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Tto Sioux County Journal
SubwT.j.tion Prirc. f ,
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It A il 1 a i hUI il.,.l ' .
uwoff is uoi worm owning,"
one of our live niertlunts
. . T. a : a it i
ou.hiht, - ar,,
ue oiw uioiisami (Julian uml p,ve .
other ten timing ml
. "M.ie m :i..
bumneiMi tie suv. and I( ..... ..... ..
una lei mm run Hi business without the
aw 01 pnnwr imt aj1 I will (, to
umui .arrcm ( mnuumimillli
In one day litst week them
: 41... i
.i.c-.u. ure em-ilOU Ol ,lil,lic building
. A 1 1 ... 1 t
tivniiuijureuaiKl twentyight differ
em cmeti. a law- providing fr the.
tion of government building wierevtr
i-iue become of a certain si would do
ot a nit-.iL amount of work
wnicn now lail itjKm roiires. Kvery
. .u. ..iieni!! H) p-t solJ u.j1(l
wuDuiwriiw uy iniTOtlUCIII a bill for
a public building at every plare of any
imrtance in his district and tl.e ivM.lt
i a general scramble. Tl.e government
ought to liave building in every citv
.l.4 1 1 . .
un.1, m uinje enougn to warrant it and
ought to be secured without the
of a special bill for every t it v.
Young man. if you think you are good
looking and that your shaie will carry
you through the world, the sooner you
come down from o(T the pen h the letter
for you. We all know that nature h
not lavish, and she did not endow every
chump with that vain gift called lieautv
and for that reason every good looking
man has a right to 1 proud of himself it
lie resemble anything lmnilsonm. But
we insist young man. that you m.ist not
try to travel on your lieauty. The
world has applauded many men she has
never seen, and no matter what brother
dudes may tell you, brains are what all
men most resect, and they are the mo
tive power of the world. Jt is all right
to utand before the mirror of your own
estimation and admire the reflection you
nee, but men and women of the world dn
not care whether your mustache has a
certain twist or your hair lays just so.
If they know your head is filled with
common sense they don't care how your
vest lit Lincdn Call.
A Double Hit.
Last week certain folks who wanted to
see us downed were chuckling because
we were not invited to the grand aiitumi,
soiree given by Mrs. Judge (iilderslee, ol
Jackass hcightbs. It was a social snub
on us, we'll admit, but the aforesaid
chuckling litis ceased. It broke short ofl
day before yesterday when the sheriff ar
rived from Omaha and tapjied the judgi
on the shoulder and asked him how tin
business of cow stealing got ulung.
We've had the biography of the judgi
in hand for some months. He roblied a
postKiflice in Illinois, stole hogs in Iowa
and embezzled from a toll-bridge in Indi
ana. On the top of that he stole cows iii
Nebraska, and when his wife made cold
mutton of us we went down-to the tele
graph olliee and dispatched to the slier
iff to come on. We think we are about
even. It is not the ilky of this pajjer,
as we have often stated, to deplete om
population by "giving away" our citi
zens, but no one must try any monkey
shines with us. We are here to stay.
Protection Vindicated by Experience.
Listening to the denunciations of the
policy of protection to home industries,
no persistently employed by free-lradi
advocates, the unposted voter might
readily infer that protection was a men
experiment, unsanctioned by practical
statesmen of other countries and with
out warrant in the experience of nations
older than ours.
Tlie fact is England enforced the most
rigid protective legislation known to his
tory during a period of nearly four hun
dred years, and changed her policy but
forty years ago, when, confronted with
tl fact that there were more people on
her little inland than could be fed from
its product, slie believed herself strong
enough to Compel other nations to udopt
, a policy which would make her the
workshop of the world. In urging this
.utep Cobden promised that in twenty
jean nil the leading nations of the world
would adopt a similar revenue jxilicy ;
but, despite the efforts to thnt end ol
nuMarins who have persistently worked
in colleges, in commerce and through
, the press, England is today seemingly as
. far from the fulfillment of her ambition
to dictate the tariffs of other nations as
die was (only years ago. All the other
, leading governments of the world adhere
to protection if the industries of their
people, some of them (notably Germany)
. adding largely, to their import duties in
While the overwhelming majority oj
. stateamen througout the world are thm
- vindicating the wisdoin of protection' by
. engrafting it into the lews of their gov
ernment, it is fashionable for thioristp
. without knowledge of. gnvernmiAt be
yond that acquired in lectuiing it class
of undergraduates, and witl'.Jliusijiess ex
perience limited to receipting forLalarier-
and paying for living expenseij, m dc
cant upon tho bonifioenco of unn
f I rioted
wsti'pulilion bu'ivvuD Ox poupU
tion.; VI i
,h fluent imjuiri,.,
tl i,ro, ,!,., . regarding
follow.n.t :r au1WeI'Wi the
" i iriitji lite Matute.
of lHM)i. .. - ii "01 Ulonlaws
rfuilUlW duty of any
aku.ji anestray a,.i..,al o,
W -nd adesi ri,,i;,, ...
. same tn ..
- - inuon ol 1 1 ..
""5 I-ace in ti.
"fiv me Mi.j
ithm fortvi..l.. ..... . T.
m forty-ei",i honrv l,...f....
. 1 , . -J"-' liT,
"' I'l kv him f0r t)la1
P'-HKe. for which heh:iM X
"-niyssl.,llntl, (;l,lilnwl 2
"'ner thereof .i1lin..n ' '
MjHnmoi the same hlw
)if wuind. ,.1. ..i. i
1 he sent to
..e.H oy i lie party takin
siiKl estniv. who J.i.u ; ,
' -... ii J 1 1 J IT 1 1-M T I f 1 1 tilW ,,.
" "i'we m a K,k 1;e..( i.
l""-sse, tor which he shall
t l.t, ..... i ...
"nil H UHI t'. Co rr,
iikin-un tle es(ntv ,,)..,,, ....
"ty days thereafter pro,-ure the pule
''"'' of the diption of su,-h ani
mid or animals iu any neWspa,r pub
hshed within the count v"
The following from the (V,,;i,.,i
Statutes, in connection with the above,
covers the main points in the proceed'
mgs in cases of estniv, and will give
parties L-iking -ip animals information
wlii. h will enable then, to take the nron-
er action at first or until they have an
opportunity to get legal advice in the
Chapter 27, sec. 4 and 5.
"The owner of an estray niav, at any
time previous to its ilo 41.I
ame on proving said property bv oath
w otherwise, and paying for the adver
tisement, and a reasonable compensa
tion for any other necessary expenses in-
urreu t,y the person hiking nil said es-
U-.iy. In case the parties cannot agree
upon th amount of the expenses bl
urred, they may each choose a disinter
ested rson to act as arbitrators, and
the two chosen may choose a third. Tiie
lecision of the arbitrators shall ! final."
Sugar Beet Profits.
The ipiestion of sugar beet culture is
attracting widespread attention. With
in the past, few years experiments have
demonstrated that the industry can lie
made as siiccess.mil in this country as in
Krance. The per cent, of sugar obtained
from samples raised in this country ex
eed the French product, proving that
'he soil, especially in the west, is pecu
liarly adapted for that purpose.
Under the inspiration of Clans Spreck
les, the fanners of California will make
the sugar beet one of the leading crops
this year. After building his factory
last year, Spreckles offered two prizes,
iggregating seven hundred and fifty dol
lars, for live and ten acre tracts of tieets
producing the largest amount of sugar
per acre. The competition resulted in
I he production of beets which yielded as
high as eighty-four hundred and seven
teen pounds of sugar to the acre. These
lgures were never reached by cither
'jermany or France.
The farmers and capitalists of Nebras
a are thoroughly alive to the impor
tance of sugar beet culture. The inter
;st is manifest in the number of inquiries
received and the discussions in the press,
md the further fact that the low price
obtained for corn this year operates as
an incentive to diversified and more pro
fitable crops. Analysis of the sugar
beets raised in Hail county showed six
teen per cent, of sugar, demonstrating
that the rich, sandy loam of Nebraska is
is prolific for root crops as for corn.
The organization of a company to
build and ojierate a sugar factory m
Oraml Island promises an early practical
test of the value of this industry. The
state bounty of one cent a pound for all
the product showing ninety per cent, of
crystalized sugar is an inducement
which will multiply factories in the
state, if the first proves a success, of
which there is no reasonable doubt. Ex
perts estimate that a factory consuming
thirty thousand tons of lieets annually
will net a profit of twenty-live per cent.
flio investment. To farmers the 111-
dnfrv is euttallv profitable. From fif
teen to twenty tons of lieets can be
raised to the acre, which, at four dollars
a ton, delivered, will net a sum greater
than is now realized from the leading
The laws of health are taught in the
.linn1s: but not in a way to lie of
much practical lienefit and are never il
lustrated by living examples, which in
many cases might easily he done, If
some scholar, who had just contracted a
cold, was brought before the school, so
that all could hear the dry, loud cough
and know its significance see the thin
white coating on the tongue and later,
is the cold developed see the profuse
"eatery expectoration, and thin watery
discharge from the nose, not one of
them would ever forget what the first
symptoms of a cold were. The scholar
should then lie given Chamlierlian's
,'ough Remedy freely, that, all might
see that even a severe cold could hi
cured in one or two days or lit least
greatly mitigated when properly twill
ed && soon as Urn fl,t symptom appear
This remedy is famous for it's curc-s of
-AtViiU',, .ld aod cv,v I'-- ' ow-A
" t prnmpt and most" reliable medi
une known or lhe
tle, forsalebyC.il Andrews.
pain in the stomach, colic and
, 1 . "jhiucii, cone ami
norbu. there is nothing better
' ".mmenain's Colic, Cholera and
7", rlioea Remedy. 1 by C. II
VTs the Button,
T J ANYBODY
J-oaieri lor m pitturea. Ke-loading, $2.00.
For sale by all Photo. Stock Dealers,
fiend for copy of Kodak Primer, with
Dry Plate and Film Co.,
nwuritSTER, N. Y.
OIT R W V w
Worth m I OO.OO. ieai?H$
Iwaich in the world. I'artact
I Both ladiui'aiidfent'iaizH,
irre, toirether with our larp
SnmnlM. Thu ,iu. 11
, , . . a" ine watrii, mn ire. ah ue work you
nd do t to show wliat we M-n.l you to tLom who call vour
fnatidi ati'i utirhWrhiitit) about 7011 tint, alwayireiulti
in valuable trade firm, which hl.i (or yean nlien onceatarted
and ttma we are repaid. We pay all eipreaa, freiRlit, etc. Afiar
you know ail. if y.,0 MoW hk.e to go to work for tin. yoo tan
fjrn from f&-0 i0 $ttlO Jirr weelt md upwards Addreii,
v., ami a a , uniuno, JM Mine,
One oft hi
eveopfH 1 n
Iht vvitrlil. (tir fariji
uneqiiah d, ami to introduce our
iiiprrior KO-ds w wfli aendrxKK
to UN It f-KRnw in each lornlitv,
at above. Only those who write
t' u at oncfcan mak mre o(
tlie cdnitce All you iinve torloin
rHurnitto ahow f.iir gr.nfit to
thoHe who cnli Totir nriftihori
and th'e around jou. 'I he be.
"'rtnlnpr of thi crUstroent
b-iwn the final) end of the tele-
the It ppen ranee of it reduced to
icpc. The following cut frv
tH-iif the ttrtiPth part of itabulk. Ii i a arnnd. dou1)Bize tele
iropi', '.urgt us ' tttnj ro rnrrv. We will nifnMmvi vun Jiow ywi
can nmkt from f&ll t it a day at least, Jrim th-start. with
out -'V i-rmrr Jitter wnti orrff W.- pfl v ?; e xpt-'t rherpei
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HABWSON, - - NEBRASKA.
Will practice before all courts and the U.
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care will receive prompt attention.
C. E. HOLMES,
All buwinesw entrusted to his care will re
ceire prompt and careful attention.
Office with JONES & VERITY.
H. T. CONLEY,
Special attention given to
LAND PRACTICE. Office at the
old stand with Reidy & Pollard.
Hakrkon, ... Nebraska.
MRS. L. J. SIMMONS,
Satitif action guaranteed.
W. E, PORTER,
Contractor and Builder.
EHtlniateH 011 all kinds of carnenter work
cheerfully given. Satisfaction guaranteed.
I'lans f urnishral at reasonable rates,
HARRISON, - NEBRASKA,
MRS. L. A. POST,
Keeps a nice line of millinery which
;he sells at prices that defy competition.
GOOD GOODS, GOOD WORK
And fair prices. Second street.
HARRISON, ' - NEBRASKA.
W. A. SNYDER & SON,
Blacksmith, Carriage and Wagon Shop.
Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
Satisfaction guaranteed In every particu
lar. Shop on Main street,
L. E. BELDEN & SON,
Wagon and Carriage Makers.
Repair! ntr done on short notice.
Good work unit reasonable charges.
Shop south of livery bant.
HAIIRISON, - - - NEB.
Tha Barber Shop.
First door south of the court house.
M. R. MoDOWELL, Proprietor.
Here you can ret a clean shave, a
tlrsl cluss hair cut or a
WARM or COLD BATH
OF TIIE ONLY FlltST Ul.ASS
LIVERY, FEED AND SALE
Wish to call the attention of the public
to the fact that they are prepared to
furnish at reasonable rates
First Class Rigs
On short notice.
A Dray LineRun in Connection.
R. E. M ASSET,
Havintr fiUed ui) the large building
just hack of the Harrison House, is now-
prepared to lake care of all work in his
f'an'do any and all kind of carriage
and wagon work.
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HAHKISON, - - NEBRASKA.
J. II. COOK.
Aoatk Kwiistm Stock Farm.
Brand t: on left jaw. Makes a specialty
or breeding Roadsters, Draft and Saddle
Horses; also red and black Polled cattle.
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