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The Sioux County
TEX SOUX COUNTY
L. J. ! Ultor w4 Pro rfotor.
A H1W STOCK or
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S
DKB9SMAPWQ IN CONNECTION.
Call and See.
THE MILLINERY EMPORIUM.
. E. SMITH, Prop.
1 Door North of Ranch Supply House,
BOUGHT AND SOLD
Kibraska Security Co.,
HARROOrf , NEB.
iCAJrtTAL - $50,000.00
tm vr citnkb $6,000.00
tontm uma, Frwfctont.
Ut OtfstiCft; tie i-PHMWent.
fc. I. Vakrrr, Treaanrer.
II. T. Coxlit, Attorney.
W bow have bn diir lists over thirty
CHOICE FARMS in this county
which wa can tell on LONG
TIME and EASY PAY?
Parties wishing to Lby oFsell should
": life Secretary.
Lands boughl and" old oil commission.
tive el the eounty
fcanbehad on ap-
Jllication, tor dis-
vtluii&lu aicbHitV co'.
K. i. A X. V B. K.Ttinf tM.
r.MB Wtl ... UnlJtyit.
Ho. ; uvUej',." H:1 So. ii;lid...u.4:
Tin crofc oi snail grain j assured,
v tnwri ioH hiil at tb Bank of
l5priitU f0'r at U'e
, DtoWicjeojiri will oonvfcra on week
1, '-What'a matter with the rainfall
l Sioux ootintjrr
mm of tSi O. Outhria, on Saturday,
Ibm Hh. . . .
t, A Bjpa,lj of, ladiaV,, handkerchiefs
ft tha ..N)BaQr Em'poriiim, north of
Uaoh Smwlr Houaa.
yiif'd'ffM " of
laDatatradd Una haa commenced and
jraWP ;M? wrougn ner 4111W
tMiy of Ut.
( th4ojH(kkWW,ataVM a board
ft mmW&tmw ay M
hnpi f f Mtjfttoo OB Tuday.
frUjr limhM oonUAtiy w
Mw$nr,iiil Wt Boggy. M
H m w $n.oo
MSt. .fart, flwcla. aativ.
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ACREAGE REPORT WASTED.
Th Jocuul desires to collect data
relating to the acreage of crop put in in
Sioux county in 1891, and will take iOas
a favor if the farmers will send to this
office a statement of the crop they lave
put in, such report showing the number
of acres of each kind of grain, vegeta
bles, corn, etc, planted. No matter
how small an acreage you have, a report
To the farmer who has the largest
acreage of crop we will send The Joih
SALree for one yea and to the farmer
having the second largest acreage of
crop we will send The Jovbxal free for
All reports must be in on or before
July 1, 1891, and the comparison will be
made at that date, so that reports sent
in later than that would be barred.
"We will also be pleased to receive re
ports from farmers from all parts of the
county from time to time as to the con
dition of the growing crops.
Wanted Horses to pasture at my
farm in Warbonnet precinct. Good
grass and water,
T. O. Williams.
The lecture announced for to-night
at the church has been postponed, as
Elder Webster cannot be present
Bishop Graves and Rev. Bates held
fyiscnptil services at the church
ou Wednesday evening, and after the
sermon four persons were confirmed.
Call and see the assortment of flow
ers for ladies' hats, at the Millinery Em
porium, north of Ranch Supply House,
Eh Smith has the thanks of The
Jocksal for some line pie-plant which
grew on his farm at Bodarc,
J. W, Scott has moved his family to
town. They occupy Judge Barker's
house until Mr. Scott gets his own house
While breaking prairie a few days
ago W. 1L Greeh found an old sword
blade, a relic of some of the military
scenes of early d'dys.
A large assortment of ladies' and
misses' bats to. select from at the Mil
linery Emporium, north of Ranch Sup
" There will be a basket meeting at
Plimpton's grove on Sunday, June 7th,
Preaching at 11 o'clock, a. m., after
which dinner will be served.
The wound received by C; S. Scott
in th well machine recentlv is crettinir
along nicely and he will soon be able to
work some; bdt it witl take some time
for it to get entirely well.
J, M. Robinson reports that all his
small fruits are thriving nicely. It will
not be long until the farmers will be
raising plenty of small fruits. The wild
fruits of this locality are unusually fine
and tliere is do reason why tame fruits
will not thrive where wild varieties do
It would be hard to Dnd a happier
appearing set of men than the farmers of
Sioux county are this season. They
have stood the hardships of the past
years and had used up most of what
lmffk with (liom in livinir and
improving their lanil and now the tide
ha turned and thev will be rewarded by
good crop arid increased valile of prop-
Jt. L - i :.L -
ervy. inose wno siay wim wuu-
try always win Iti the end.
Countv Treasurer Gayhart informs
us that he lias (3et out about 250 fruit
and ornamental shade trees at his home
tliia ,,rinir. He savs Some of them were
in bad shape when received, but those
that were backed properly are ail noing
well. Every farmer should follow that
examble the more land that Is culti
vated and the more trees planted the
more moist the jitmos'phere will become
and the more certain crops will be.
v f . ' t -
The extraordinary richness of the
sugar beots sent from Harrison last fall
Prof. Nicholson, of the state umver
sity, for analysis, made that gentleman
anxious to have runner lesis muie in
this locality. He wrote to W, C. O Con
nor recently and offered tP furnish the
seed for a quarter of an acre of beeUi if
Mr. O'Connor would plant, them apd
keep a record ana senu mm some sumpim
for analysis. Mr. O'Connor accepted
the proportion, and when, fall comes the
result will be made known.
A few more acreage reports have
sntna ill. , John L. Kay haa put itl M
acres; Peter Henry 50 acres; B. F.
n,mM AO ocms: Jerry Will w acres;
Ji M. Rottqson 70 acres; Charles Biehle
80 acres; Eli Smith 100; $. H. Turner
100 acres'. Send in your,reports farmers,
the crops are what the people-want to
know about. 1891 is going to be a pros
paroui year for the farmers and if the
Montr exertion is made a good many
new tattlers will na in wou wum,
fora nowUng tima naxt year.
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HJLTjfIsOIsr, NEB.. vJTJIfcTIE 4, 1891.
Some of the farmers are already be
ginning to prepare for harvest. A, R,
K-ennedy has ordered a header with
wmcn to cut his grain and the machine
will be shipped to him about the first of
J uly. That will be the first header ever
used in Sioux county.
Tlie following appeared in the Chad
ron Advocate of May 29th. Comment is
"Ed Satterlee. of Harrison, was a
Chadron visitor this week. Ed aays the
outlook for a crop in Sioux county is
not lirst-class gust at present. In regard
to the arrest of Nolan for stealing horses
he expressed the opinion that h would
be found entirely innocent. This con
clusion is of course justifiable seeing
that Satterlee is Nolan's attorney,"
The wet weather puts the ground in
excellent condition for breaking and
from reports the farmers are imtrovine
the opportunity. On account of lack of
feed they cannot do as much as thev
could were their teams in better condi
tion, but an increased acreage will be
under cultivation in Sioux countv next
year. Every acre that is cultivated
makes the country less liable to drouth.
and if the farmers break all thev can
and get in more settlers who will do
likewise, all -,vill be benefitted.
On Monday the stock of goods re
cently purchased by Griswold & Mar
steller was moved into the building on
the corner and that firm is now prepared
to sell you anything from a paper of
pins to a car-load of flour, or a yard of
muslin to a threshing machine. It is a
general stock, sure, with the exception
of a drug department. The firm has
been in business so long that every body
knows them, and it is safe to say that
they will enjoy a good trade. They will
carry the same lines of goods that they
did formerly, simply adding dry goods,
groceries, etc. -
A number of light showers have
fallen in this locality during the past
week and a heavy rain fell Monday night,
and a good shower fell last night, and
the indication are that it is not over yet.
The reports from other parts of the
county are to the effect that plenty of
rain lias fallen, It is reported that Cot
tonwood precinct has had more rain than
any other part of the county. On last
Friday a very heavy rain fell in White
River precinct, and we are informed that
in Lower Running Water precinct the
ground was too wet to work the first of
the week. Good crops are assured for
Sioux county this year.
We have the agency for the German,
of St. Paul, and can insure your crops
against loss or damage by hail. Call
and get particulars at the Bank of Har-
W. H. Hough went to Omaha the first
of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neece were in
I. 8. Mcintosh was up from White
River on Friday.
Mrs. M. Spencer and family moved to
Lusk last Friday.
O. J. Gowey and Mr. Nicholson were
at Harrison Wednesday, and called at
Mias Minne Srjii'th and Miss Nellie Sim
mons returned Saturday from their visit
in the east.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Stimson, d'f Glen, were
the guests of County Attorney Cohley
one day last week.
C, F. Carlton arrived from the east on
Tuesday to take a position in the store
of Griswold & Marsteller.
T, B. Snyder was up from Sheep Creek
precinct last Thursday. He says more
rain has fallen there this spring than any
season since he has resided there,
That taint of scroiifula in your blood
can be wholly eradicated by AyeVs Sar
saparilla. Estimate of Eiptnscii. ,
lURBjsoK, Nebraska, May 13, Ml.
AU mooting bt the board of comity com
, si.., .niv Ni'liraska. held
on tho IMh day of Junuwy, 1601, the follow-
in estimate for expensos iui " j-"
was made; , . .
District court expenses tjSm
I'rlntinR -4. q'ntl
ItoadHRiid Bridge r-;r"7,".,",7
IndnbtralnoMi and Interest as I'ldloatofi
. 1 I.. ..,. nf Ituii k if lllil '
oy ittiiuiniiui Hnno
ICI'IBIIIUI-..-"---- - 'off.
Insane ami pi 1 uiiu iJol.
Soldiers relief fund ..
: otlc of ConmiissloiH'r'8 Meeting.
Th. hiii.nl nl commissioners of; Slow
county. Nebraska, are taftjbjr y'Tf,'2
county, In Harrison, NubrasKa, on
Hi HUT i 7"
niv. Ill iini ri.ii, ."- . fc
tb IrannaUtlon l ordinary county business.
1.. ; a iwn in ..viim'Ic a. in., iw
1 ' County Clerk. '
Article of Incorporation.
The anderiifned associating themselves
for the purpose of buying, selling anil im
proving of real estate adopt tbe following
articles of Incorporation :
Art. 1. The name of this corporation sliall
be the Nebraska Security Company of Harri
ART. II. The principal plae of business of
this corporation shall be Harrison, Sioux
Art. 111. The general nature of the busi
ness of tins corporation shall be the buying,
selling, leasing, cultivation and improve
ment of real estate.
ART. IV, Tlie capital stock of this corpora
tion shall be flftv thousand dollars, divided
into shares of tlf ty dollars each. At last
ten per cent of said capital stock shall be
paid in before fonmiciiciiu-ut of business
and the remainder fit such times as the
board of directors inuy order.
ART. V. This corporation shitll commence
on the 42d day of December, I8I1O, and shall
continue thirty years unless sooner dis
solved. ART. VI. The highest amount of indebted
ness or liability which this coi-)oration may
at any time subject itself to shall be not to
exceed ten per cent of the capital stock
ART. VII. The affairs of this corporation
shall be conducted by a board of directors
consisting of nine members who shall be
elected by the stockholders of the corpora
tion from their number at tho organization
thereof. Three of said directors shall bo
elected for a term of three years; three for
two years and three for one year. At the
expiration of their terms of office their suc
cessors shall be elected tor a term of three
years each. All vacancies occurring in the
membership of the lxard of directors shall
be filled by the board of directors.
The stockholders at their annual meetings
shall choose from the board of directors a
president, a vice president, a treasurer and
a secretary, who shall hold their oflice for a
term of one year. Any vacancy occurring
in cither of the offices named snail be lilled
by the board of directors until the next
Kach shnre of stock shall be entitled to
one vote at all elections.
ART. V 1 11. The regular meeting of the
stockholders of this corporation shall he
held on the third Monday of Ueccmber an
nually. ART. IX. These articles may be amended at
any time by a vote of the majority of the
signed this 23d day of December, lsflO.
Charles e. Holmes.
S. If. Jones.
Charles jo. Vkkitv.
In presence of II. T. Conley.
Statu ok nehraska, 9s
Sioux County, ("
On this Ml lny of December, MX), before
mo, II. T. Conley, a notary public in ami for
said county, personally appeared the above
named Charles E. Holmes, 8. II. Jones, Con
rad Lindeman, Lewis Cerlach, Charles K.
Verily, and Grant Guthrie, who are person
ally known to me to be the identical persons
whose names are afixed to tlie foregoing
articles of incorporation as incorporators,
and they Hcvernlly acknowledged the sign
ing of same to be their voluntary act and
deed lor the uses and purposes therein set
, , II. T. Conley,
seal Notary 1'iiblic.
Will make the season pf at my
farm (the old W. R. Smith place.) 1 mile
northwest of Harison.
Description :-RO YE EXCHANGE is
three-fourths Norman and one-fourth
Canadian: he is 7 years old; 17 hands
high and weighs 1,600 pounds; color
bright black, star in forehead, clean
limbed, and has good style and action.
$10 to to insure a mare with foal, due
and payable when the hiare is known to
be with foal, or upon change of owner
ship or removal from the county.
Care will be taken to prevent accidents
but I will be responsible for none.
Will make the season of 1891 at my
place on Warbonnet creek, 3 miles west
of C. F. Coffee's.
Description and Pedigree. Barbarin is
a black-gray; star in forehead; foaled
March 27,1888"; imported 1888; weight
I, 800 lbs. Bred by M. Dorchene, Com
mune of Coulognes les Sablons, De
partment of Orne. Got by Uouillard
101&1, he by Favori, belonging to M.
Champeor.; darn, Traniquille 10134.
Terms-$10 for the
season, payable in
II. 1 dollars to insnre a inaro with foal or
upon her removal from tho county or change
of ownership. . ,
Care will be "taken to prevent accidents
but I will be responsible for none.
A. W. MOHR, Owner,
"Horses taken to past ure at $2.00
for trie season of (1 moiYftV.
FLOUR. CORN AND CHOPPED FEED.
FLOUR as low as ?2.00 per hundred. BON TON, High Grade, f3.20.
t3T HEADQUARTERS FOB BULK SEEDS.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies Shoes, Good Quality, $1.25 a pair.
Ladies' Dongola Button Shoes, $1.25.
Plow Shoes, 90 cents.
Cbildrans' Shoes, 50 and upwards.
Allen's Fast Prints, Warranted, 7i cents a yard.
Lawns 5 cents a yard. '"' .
Bargains in Dry Goods and Clothing.
Call and be
Groceries Fresh and Prices Low.
Special Discounts on Large Bills. '
FRESH and SALT MEATS always on hand.
Geo. H. Turner-.
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
OUR PRICES ARE AT THE BOTTOM
every day in the year, We are always
ready to give you a first-class article at
fairest prices. Come in and try our way
of doing business; you will come out way
ahead if you do. ' ,
For Men, Women and Children.
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Crockery
Ranch Trade Solicited.
LIBERAL DISC OUNTS ON LARGE
Ranch Supply House
MacBachlan & Cook, Props.
Hill I II 'Till "I ITT 1-1 Mil Mill "'
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