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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1889)
HA-ZRISOILT, NEB, 2, 1889.
Feed o Sale Stable.
IHED ON SHORT NOTICE, AM AT REAS
THE S'OUX COUNTY
J" O TJ 1ST .A. Xj
V. E. Patterson, Proprietor.
F. E. & M. V. Ky., Passenger.
Going west leave Harrison at 10:35 A. M.
Oritur east leave Harrison at 2;51 P. M.
Poultry, per doz. 2.40 to $3.
Oats, per 100 ft. ft. 00
Corn, per 100 ft 60c.
Bran, per 100 H $ 1.10.
Feed, chopped, per 100 ft $1.35.
Potatoes, per bu. 25c.
Sorghum, per gal. UOc.
Onions, per bu. $1.00.
Beans, per bu. f 1.00.
IS IT TO
Trade at the
Attorney Maiue w coddling a, lioil on
--Chadron talks of having an electric
Subscrilie for the JOURNAL, now in the
( 'ounly Surveyor Rigdon was in town
a couple of days last week.
The Champion says that Whitney is
suffering of "post olllce fever."
- x. K. Snyder, of Sheep creek, was a
visitor at the huh the fore part of the
Grain is growing nicely and the, pros
pects for bountiful crops in Sioux coun
ty are very ualbering.
II. R. Iiishee has leased the Ainsuortb
News to T. S. Armstrong. The News
will continue Democratic.
Ii mi niu ain .c
ben In Business Here Long Enough to-.
rhe Trade Demands.
7AUSE we carry the
and Best Stock
In the County. -
leap as the Cheapest.
W LOTS of Dry ft4 CONSTANTLY AERIV
hl &C0., Harrison, Nebraska.
Ctaeral office F, O. Silkespen, Secretary.
AU GAP, DAKOTA..
i E1P LUMBER CO.,
. CEMENT. -
On the third day after the opening of
Oklahoma loiners are climbing ovei
each other in a iu;id rush to get out,
AU-rt Taylor lias lieen suffer
if- verel V of u wound causel bv runniTiir a
nail in his foot.
James Slattexy of War Bonnet was in
.town Tuesday and his genial smile light
ened up this olh.ee.
L'r. Shafer moved out to his pre-empt
ion Tuesday. His home now is north
west: of town about three miles.
Pave Bartlett, who is engineer at
(lark's saw mill out in Wyoming.
in town Tuesday. He reported that Mrs
Clark was Rick.
: Miss Ida Smith was quite ill Sunijrfy
and Monday, but has been improving
since and will doubtless lie fully recov
ered in a few days.
! The Chadron Tem?ranee Advocate
thinks the day is past for lighting the
liquor interests by means ol constitu
tional amendments. It favors some
Upe fact that the train was late on
Tuesday was caused by having on board
t,he Hon. J. Wesley Tucker, the heavy
yreight lawyer and prominent politician
ilf ViilitnlifiR. lie was on his way to
A British tlag, displayed above the
United States flag in New York City
during the celebration of the centennial
of Washington's inaguration, was torn
down by a company of Pennsylvania
millitia amid considerable excitement.
We are in receipt of a communication
signed '-Kangaroo Club,' winch we
would tie pleased to print but for the ab
sence of the authors name. ve would
Ik; pleased to hear from the same source
"Oranges and Lemons at R;.neh Supply
New stock of Hats at Ranch Supply
W. II. Davis, of the Herald, is on the
sick list this week.
C. L. Tubb's well is 150 feet deep with
50 feet of water m it.
The sick menders of the Murphy fam
ily are reported as recovering slowly.
Jones & Verity buy allowed claims
against Sioux county.
Mr. Tui)is has purcliased a large span
of line young mules of Jas H. Cook.
''Remnants of laces, 2 to 12 vards m a
piece, only 10 cts. at Ranch Supply
You can have your old clock repaired
by Morrison the jeweller or he will sell
you a new one.
Someone hehied themselves to fifteen
gallons of boiled linseed oil at the court
house last night.
For Sale Pure Millet seed at W. R.
Our Clubbing List
Is complete and comprises every news
paier, magazine or periodical of note in
the United States. Wo can save yon
from 10 to 25 per cent on a large major
ity of publications. Come ami see our
tubbing prices and note how much
cheaper you can get your papers and
magazines hy clubbing tlieui wi:u me
Est ray Notice.
Taken up by me on March 21st, 19,
at my phice on section 81, township 83,
range 50, in Sioux .county, Nebraska.,
one roan heifer with slit in brisket, sup
posed to be 2 years old.
Oscar A. Carton.
Legal ' o1 ice.
John Culp, defendant, will take notice
that on the 17i.h day of April, 10, the
BuM'alo Gap Lumiier Company, plaintiff
herein, filed their petition in the I listrict
Court of Sioux county, "Nebraska,
against said defendant, the object and ,
prayer of which are to foreclose a cer
tain mechanics lien upon lot No. 2, block
No. 8. in the village of Harrison. Sioux
county, Nebraska, for the sum of $187.07
for winch sum, with interest from the
3rd day of September 1HHS. plaintiff
nravs for a decree that defendant be re
quired to pay the same or that said
premises may be sold to satisfy the
amount found due.
You are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 27th day of May,
Bitfai) Cap Lumber Co., Plaintiff.
Ceo. WAi.nci:, Attorney.
adl, Grain, Lath
Oklahoma the emigrants were
merous as the immigrants.
S. H. Jones is expected back in a
days from his visit to his parents at
napolis Junction, Maryland.
The Omaha Board of Trade was given
a fine reception by citizens of Chadron
on the occasion of the recent visit.
Free homes in Sioux county, good soil.
excellent water, plenty of free wood and
the best climate on earth; come and see.
Business is very good in Harrison at
present and the prospects of a business
boom in the near future are more umb
If the fool-killer had suddenly swooped
down upon Oklahoma last week what
an almighty big task he would have en
countered. - Peter Bourett has been appointed fore
man of the upper 33 ranch to fill the va
cancy caused hy the resignation of Henry
T. F. Martin of the firm of Martin &
Smith, millers at Albion, was in Harri
son Monday and took a trip to the country
with Thomas Reidy,
We are informed that Eli Armstrong,
Jack Amos and Lana Saville, old ac
uuainuuices of II. T. Conley, left Ansley
for Sioux county on the 22nd ult.
, Con. Liiuleman went to Chadron Mon
day to tile on his homestead. Mr. Lin
deman wisely believes in securing a
piece of Uncle Sam's land while it is going.
Michael Schonebaum, one of the prom
inent farmers of the valley, left on the
train last Wednesday for Chadron to
transact some business before the Land
Several exchanges are making inquir
ies as to who President IJarrisou's succes
sor will be. The JoUWAL is of the opin
ion that President Harrison will succeed
respite of the fact that it was reported
that Cordon went prohibition at the re
cent villmge election, we notice a saloon
J-tceper there has li led his petition with
the board of trustees.
Jacob Dometshauser, from Madison
county thib state, located on a half sec
tion of Sioux county land last week, and
thus is added to the list another enter
prising Merman citizen.
anted, a middle uged lady to do
general house work for family on ranch.
Mood wages and steady employment to
the right person. Enquire at this office
or apply to Jas. H. Cook, Harrison, Neb.
Luring a Sunday game of ball at Lead
City recently, between the Lead and
leudwod clubs, Hal Edsoii of the Dead
wood club was struck on the head by a
ball from the pitcher and badly hurt, be
ing unconscious for several hours.
understand that i;r. Waller has
sold ins Cherry county ranch, the one
Jlenry lij'uiiilige was to take charge ol,
and that Mr. brundigo has been appoint
ed loi'umai) of tnw lower Vve are
glad that Mr. lirundigu is to remain with
Our Five Point correspondent is doing
good work. For sumo uninxoniiUble
reason his items for last weeks ppr
never reached us. The chrouio olieix-d
lor a correspondent at Montrose is htill
iu our possession. Wont someone
again if the sender s name wui oniy ac
company it as we must know who the
party is. The name will not lie pub
lished only when permission is given.
DIED On last Friday, of diphtheria,
Miss Julia Murphy, aged 10. Miss Julia
.-.c! u-oll L-nnwn t.rv thn VOIIIICT folks of
Harrison and vicinity having resided
here for several months, only having re
moved with her parents to their present
home at Five points this spring. She
was a bright, pleasing little lady and
her absence will be sorely missed by the
I bereaved family and sorrowing friends.
B :rt Dew kit- Friday for . Harrison,
Neb. In the loss of Bert, Greenfield
looses a lirst class man and one able to
fill any position or station to which he
mav be -called. His long residence in
bis ola.ee made him many friends, there
fore the regrets. We can recommend
him to the people of Harrison as one of
the very best citizens possible to obtain,
and we hope he may bo prospered while
laboring with them. Greenfield, (la.)
The dance given by the band on last
Wednesday evening was not so well at
tended as some others that have been
given in Ibirrison but the participants
enjoyed themselves heartily. Several
w-entlemen from Lusk and Van Tassel
were present, The music, was furnished
by the Harrison orchestra and the Blunt
Bros, orchestra, both being present.
Supper at the Harrison House at 12 was
served, and in a manner that was a cred
it to the proprietor.
We are informed that Hon. J. F. Pow
ers of Chadron is a candidate for Register
of the Chadron land office. Major Pow
ers was a gallant soldier during tho war
and fought in th 22nd Michigan volun
teers, being several times promoted,
linally achieving the rank of Major.
He was among the lirst to come to this
section of Nebraska and has done his full
share in promotion of all public interests.
He is the present county judge of xawes
county, and is universally recognized as
a lawyer of unquestioned ability, a man
of unimpeachable integrity, a public
spirited citizen and, iu public or pri vate,
filu'avu vel-v mile h of a c-entleniau.
" There has been a big time in iNew York
. i i i ...
the last few days in ceieorauon ui uio
inaguration of George Washington lirst
President of the United States. This
event occurred on the 30th day of April,
but the celebration has been going on
for several days.
Tliere seems to be considerable misun
derstanding among people regarding the
admission of the new states, as they are
called, North and South Lakota, Mon
tana and Washington. The act provid
ing for tho admission of these territories
was approved Febuary 22 last, and many
persons take it for granted that Uiey are
already states, Something remains to
bo done, however. Ju each of the lour
territories a constitution is to be sub
mitted to the people at an election to be
bold on the lirst Tuesday in next Ucto
bcr. if the const duliou is approved by
a majority of tho voters, ami the pro
visions ol the act ol admission complied
with, the president will issue a procla
mation announcing the, result, anil the
territory will be in tho union, on an
equal folding with the other slates. 11
is proliable, therefore, that the proposed
lour states will lie m soon niter tlie lirst
Tuesday of next October, StuUi Journal.
There was war on Boggy
One man was choked black.
W. 11. Price is once more in the val
ley. The post otlice is what he has to
The P. K. Murphy family is on the
O. Coffee is hauling lumber from Ken
dall's mill to build a Hume for his irri
gating ditch. He is building 301 feet of
Hume to carry the water across Hut
creek where he taps his old ditch.
T. Holly has added a portico to his
Corcoran came down the lull to Col.
Greger's with his ox team hauling a
large pitch pine log for wood.
The snow did not last long, the sun
melted it soon.
... ' . Wild west.
IT. S. Land Oiiico, Chadron, Neb.
April H, 1HH0. )
Complaint No. 1171 having been entered
at. this office by 'buries L. Tnbhs against
Henry G. F. Junker lor failure to comply
with' law as to Timber-Culture entry
No. 5381 dated March Hih, IHSli, upon the
northwest quarter of . section 27, town
ship 31, range 50, in Sioux county, Neb
raska, with a view to the cancellution of
said entry; contestant alleging that the
said claimant has failed to cultivate any
part of said tract during the third year
after entry, and that he has failed to
plain either trees, seeds or cuttings upon
said tract during the third year after
entrv. and has failed to cure the defects
iqi to the date ol initiating tins contest,
the said parties are hereby summoned
to appear at this olllce on the 10th day
of June, lssll, at 10 o'clock A. M. to re
spond and furnish testimony concerning
sum alleged jaiiure.
Testimony of witnesses will he taken
before O. O." Jameson, Clerk of the Dist.
Court, at his office in Harrison, Nebras
ka, on the 3rd day of June, 1N'J, at 10
o'clock A. M.
ALBERT W. Cp.ITES, Receiver.
L. O. HULL,
ATTORN EY-AT-L A W.
HARRISON, - NEB.
Five Point Items.
The fields of grain are looking green.
Mr. Meinhart is busy planting corn
Mike & Louis Rufling have been break
ing for Mr. Meinhart.
Albert Rands is turning the sod over as
fast as he can every day.
Frank Bannan is working for Henry
Our old friend Mrs. Conley has re
turned to the valley to stay with the
Miss Allie Ilovey is working at the
railroad camp for Arkansaw John.
Miss Georgie Gibson is quite sick with
the sore throat.
The Saw mill on the Boggy is sawing
five thousand feet a day.
Bud Ilovey and Bert MeNet are talk
ing of going to tho Rocky Mountains on
a bear hunt.
Dont call east Hat creek War Canyon
any longer. There were three lights one
day on the Boggy. That's getting pret
ty near "War Canyon".
' Will practice before all courts and. Die
United States land office.
Business entrusted to my care will re
ceive prompt attention.
boot & shoe maker.
FIRST CLASS GOODS
First door north of Bank of Harrison.
The Barber Shop.
First door south of the court house.
E. L. GALP1N, Proprietor.
Here you can get a clean shave, a
first class hair cut or a
WARM or COLD BATH
J. If- COOK.
Agate Srmxos Ranch.
Brand c on left jaw. Makes aspeeialty
of breeding Roadsters, Draft and Saddle
Horses; also red and black Polled cattle.
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