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The Sioux County Journal.
TILE SIOUX COUNTY
j j. fduiiwm. KJit'.r hiJ Proprietor.
LATEST SI ' EES,
umsxst frp eh,
teea m an in
yPKOMIT ATTENTION GIVEN TO
I HAW Till! II AM AI.I.I AM K,
IfOl'OIIT AND SOLD
FilD rr Caiital
(OStill I.IMiRVAK, IT'-xlilrni.
I.Im.i:iil.ACn, Vir Tr'-sMi-
s. II. Jow, SxTflHrj'.
I'. K. Vr.uiTT.Treiu.iin r.
fl. T. 1'iiM.tr, Altorney.
Vie new have on our Iihtu over thirty
, CHOICE FAHMH in this comity
which we can wll n ION;
TIME and EASY l'AV
MENTtt. Fai'tieK wihhiiit; to buy or s-ll .should
ee the Keeretarvi
lands hoiight ami nold on commission.
CtVI FSl'liY hr'vV'fc" ft r'T'i-In
NKWIAsK A Pil l KH'Y I'd.
llnrrlnoii, Ni liriika.
F.E.4 51. V it. K. Time table,
(iirfnii uli ,"tn Ka-.I.
50. 1,111 1 H I4:30i ho. 1, inUi t-.m
A new boy arriveil at the home of
kr. and Mrs. J. II. IlarU.il yesterday.
I sell the McCormick bindi rs and
howers.llmlH.Kf. on earth. Come ami
diamine them jcfore buying elsewhere.
O. 11. Ti l-.NKl:.
Last week 1'rofs, Iloliiien mid H.ir'.K-r
h:lurnwl from their trip to the bad lamb
bfSuntb Inltotiu Tb-y report u K1""1
iripand gathered a large numb.r of sec
ImMM which were hipiM.(l east.
G. II. Turner ban ordered a stuck of
fonlivure anil fit nitiirw which be will
kiT)' in addition to tin? ritoclc of K'-'n-nil
fiierclandise which he now handles. As
Wi as his goodn arrive tiu will !, abk
furnish almost anything ii k.tsxiii
It in repofted that wjtne of the farm
ni arc already looking af tor articles for
-llilljition 1,1 II..- u.-r fill's r ii ii t. ( 'file it mt.
Tliat is right. Just such work in going on
find counties and there is
x aon why Sioux county should not
p up with the procession.
The greater portion of she grain in
vulk;y is in the shot k and some ol
."at on the tiible land is i tit. It is all of
kod quality ami will yield s.cll and the
jolicatioiM are that goinl (inces w ill be
feceived by the farmeiH for wliat they
v to sell.
( Tke llm FreMiont; Elkhorn & Mis
uri Valley atai Sioux City & 1'acilic
"lilroaxl for Fremont, Lincoln. Hastings,
Superior, Omaha, Miwtoiiri Valley, Sioux
St. Paul, iJuIutli and jrfiints north,
tfcMoinen, I lixon, Chicago, Milwaukee.
ww th liimlxir regions in Wisconsin.
"-lose conne:tion are niiule at Chicago
for Toledo, Buffalo, Albany, Philud.
lplua, New York and all points in the
'' Palao uleeiiina tri on all
, Sliunandijuli; Iowa, the cnt of the
fnai WF.STERN NORMA h ( OLLEOE,
M moral, religioux community stands
WttMid to none in the United States.
i entirely free from n loons and dens
,f "ifaniy Mich as iiIhiuikI in the large
J1' and tempt ttiw young from the
patiiH of virtue. Thin Ix a strong point
fvor of the WESTERN NORMA L
(MAJUiK IUH gr'tly U the
of that wonderful institution,
fall triii titminiencen August J'lth
r understand several from Ibis
Wunty Will attend. "Write to Pres.
m- M, Croo and he will doubtless
you full Iriforrriallon tna. .
ii t forget t,.t ,. I,,.. .
l-orea-t of the
iMuili. e. tth,. , ,
"...it . mush, l,alr- m ,
- I-' MI'.KIf.-
I Ull'l -IlillL'l,-,
'iiiiiu at niv
'mil on Ki-i
ll.u n n.
"! lias moved ,i f.,,,,;i,.
It. Smith hu,l,i;.,,, .
-i ..- ii i
i onvwii.-nt f,.r I.; ... .i ..
' Ulail II ! sulair-
M.I.'IHe In- fn;l
- Viiinii.v-ioii.-r Km.lt ays he has tin
" ' '"'I' if at ii.- hw raixil. S,u.x
county i- showing her hand in g,,,l sha)
'hi year and all vvh , v,.., it SIV jt js
-traight. roval Mush.
.... i'Mv ii in.u .. i. .Mini
...f. ...... i .i . i .
and Mi-.s Love, h.th former rc-idciiN il
St .UK ouMy were married at fohurg.
i ul-er oiiiity. Neb., a short ti,n.
ll-O. . iri.'ll.l:, o t li' Mart es r.il,.i!
-W. ('. ()'( 'ofinnr cut a piece of oats
f-r C.orge Walker tin- lirst of tin. ueL-
w h i h he savs are the fiiw' Iiivivi.-i
cits he has seen for year-.. Mr. O'l'on
" tin; average height of the oats
was live an. a half feet, anil the Lead,
ong ami well filled,
We learn that on preliminary hear
ing of John .Nolan at Hot Spring, S. ).,
on th.. . barge of horse-stealing, tin; de
f -n l int was held to the di-trict court.
CeorL'e Walker was attomcv for olan.
We have not. I'-arned whether Nolan has
lieen ahle to .secure hail or not,
A sample of Manitoha tnillct brought
in I. v J, M. iKiiiii-ls is one of the finest
: I : , . .
a nun h more orolituhlo emu than the
mlinary millet. It costs no more to
n:-.' goml varieties ol gram than it. iloes
the poor varieties ain! the results are a
gr-:t ileal more prilitabie.
The n-opleall over the country are
inUresled ill the exhibit for the state
fair. W. S. Johnson, the cheese man
of (ilen, has prepared samples of the pro
lin ls of his diary to go into the exhibit.
All sui h things will hehi to make the
exiiihit attr.ii tive. J,et others follow the
example of Mr. Johnson ami prepare sun
pies of everything they can,
jli s- E. (". Lockwood w as taken veiy
ill eaiiv -lomlav nioriiuif.'. nr. nnaier
was called ami on Tuesd iv I ir. Waller
of t'hailroi, xvaj) called in consultation.
For a time bor lilo was aJiuont di.spaired
of. but at last rcnorts she was in a fair
wav to recover. Mr. I-ockwood is in
Wyoming and attempts have been made
to reach him bv wire and inform him of
the illness of bis wife.
Prof. Win. M. ('.'roan, the president
and proprietor of the WESTERN NOR
MAL COLJ.EUE at Shanandoah, Iowa.
iisisl over twelve thousand dollars of
his private means in educating poor
voine' men and women last year. He
rniits them to enter bis school and
ive their note for the money to be paid
liter thev havu earned it teaching, etc.
July of this year be secured splendid
positions for many of bis .students as
principals of schools, etc. Prol. i roan
has demonstrated, in a most practical
, ,n..p his interest iii the vouug nien
and women, striving to secure a practi
,...1 .,hi, -mi ion. Write to him for cir
Arrangements have been made for
three harvest excursions at one and one-
i.if,l f..r.. f..r Hie I'oiind trio. The dates
are August 20th, Septemlwr 10th and
2!)th. The railroads will advertise the
excursions extensively and the people
of this loeahfy propose that Sioux coun-tvL-ether
share and have arranged to
send I!, ii. Smith, to Iowa and Illinois to
work up an interest for this county.
larue amount of advertising matter is
i.; ,r,,n..n no at TlIK J'll HSAl- ollice
callintf atU-nlion to the opportunitiesand
advantages ollered by Sioux county and
Mr. Smitli expc:ts to start next Monday
r. ii... -ivi in distribute nriuted nmtter
n,i ii.". . .. .v ---
1 talk for Sioux county. Jius is a
in ,vbich all are interested
wi.t I ler increases the value ol
.i ... o.f.i 'tn-neil in
1X4.1 J t.iifci.- " " "
are thousands of acres of fine government
land yet open to settlement and the soon
it is .Hilled the better for the county.
The fad that bul one-sixteenth of the
land in the county lias lieen proved up on
shows that tli-e is st'll a vast amount
from which to select, and people call get
what they want, not being obliged to
lake anything they can get. In our opin
ion so.iio of the linest land in the county
is located In the vicinity of Royville, on
what is known Ol flats and it will not be
many vir thut wi" ho "l''1
thrift v farmers.
In the work of getting new scttleM all
u,l,l taks U hand, wruo w j
friends in the east who are paying
,,i nml 1e tlieni io
g,.( a hoiueof their own. There is room in
Hiouxcountv for many farmers mid now
to extend invitations to people to come
. .i m iicate.
HABBISOF, EbTatJGTJST 13,
Vr a (iraml Exhiliil.
The, ommitu.eu,I(oillk.( t(,Ul;t,(.larKe
"f p-ttin- up a,, exhibit for the slats fair
bave b-, ,, , ailed to meet next Saturday.
mi i; nojrt . that
wdl be on .ai,., f,. j( js
a lli.ir.Hiuhly or-ani.Kl
"-. i lie imhviiiiial niemlrs of the
' 'ii.mitlee have bs-n at work and some
of tbi-ui report that they are getting
a!e,0' in g.,d sbaie. In making collec
tions can, .si,,,,,!,) H, (.lkell ,Q
'lo'ih so that the article can 1 entered
in the i l.,.s exhibit. A movement is on
foot to oilVr prizes tor the l-st articles
brought into-o in the county exhibit
s it will W well for the farmers to look
for the liest they can find so that it may
t.iiiil a -how in the collection here and
in the class exhibit and also in the coun
ty collective exhibit at the state fair,
b t all who can attend the nieetiliff of
the committee next Saturday. They
want your help.
.Miss Ida Andrewsof Chadron is visiting
with Mrs. Z,.rbe.
Rev. Rorick preached at the Boilarc
hool house on Sijivlay.
St. Ir .. .
-nr. ami .urs. ii. a. Uixhv expect to
start for Iowa in a few da vs.
l-.ii Ninth wall;, ,! down from Harrison
on s.uuniay, winch he reports as quite
Miss Miniie Smith visited with Sillier
inteiiiinit huiithworth the fore j.art of
1 he small boys and some of the larger
ones are on the trail of several water
The liodarc Farmers' Alliance met on
I'riilav and we are informed that the fol
lowing ollicers were elected; nresideiit.
J. li. liurke, vice president. A. O. Ort.on.
secretary 1!. Ii. Smith, and executive
onimittee. W. S. Hall, J. Ii. Uradlev
ind F. W. Knott. The other officers are
oo numerous to mention, in fact we are
told that everv member holds an ollice,
seventeen in all.
! I Mil cll.. I
IIAIIIUSON. M;n., AillflistO, lS'JI.
Ilojii'.l of county conitiiisiimiers met jmr-
ar.nt to call of elerk.
I'resi'iit: I oiiiniUsioacri Cirove, tireen,
K milt ami clei k,
Miautes of la.-l meeting re,e.l itinl on mo
(duiiiiiiiii.'atiiMi uf II. 1.. slonc'iiutf m as
taken ill) oil iiiolioa clei k ijuwi.il Wli-rcLiV
Inst nicteil to liilonn jjarlies to tiring tlic
niitttfi" heiorc tin: Itoiinl in proper I'onn.
rn;atirer'rf semi iiaiiii.il report was taken
up, exaiiiiiie.l iui'1 on motion upjirovcl anil
oi'ilered pliice.l on (lie.
On motion the eierk lie uii'l U hereby in-
strueleil to cancel warrant No. 215 on jfener
ul fluid of Is'.o us Hiirrant. So. S on special
ijebt I nml of isiil rovers miniie aiiioiuit,
Uesignatlon uf Hubert Wilson us justice of
tbe peace for l.owen jireeinet was taken up
up and, on motion, In ill over until next
The tolluu lni? li-t of liiunis of jicrsons
eliKibie for jurors was then selected from
the diO'ereut precincts:
t buries S. scott, Kmil Hurti-lcr, Wilbur
Slieplicrd, II. A. t'liniiiiinhaiii, K. K. Liver
more, T. ii. Wllliiiins, Hobert Wilson, W in
C. U'c'oimor, J. I-; Marsteller, h. r. -Maitiu,
K. A. lltisselipiist, John Hanson, S'llll:tln
Dixon, Null) iaigbrrt, W. S. Hall, Leopold l)e-
lloek.J. VV. Custle, Jacob Korster, Uobert
llurrison, John .Minehart, John F. Mever,
i.orge A. uove, joiin cranaui, iiany
llrown, I'url M. t'ox, Win. Llsberry, John
I'riee, John Mo.selry, Julian Ia;ver, Date
r.iirson, ticoie llovven, M. (.'. Iioan, K. II.
MlteUeil, J. II. Nswlin, (lilnndo Gowey, Wil
liam Mi holson, (bristhiii Jensen, J. J. was
srrbeiKcr, John -Messing, W. K. Mel.imans,
l.rldley Tbiiyer, llussel W illimus, lierhurd
Ueinders, IrvinK Wilson, Aaron Vandekar,
W. II. ( orbin, W. If. Harris, T. R. Snyder,
C. A. ruddy, 31. J. wr-bcr, J. Miiii.son, junies
T. vii'son, Ii. s. t'ox, John Fry, A. K. Dew, O.
A. loirtcn, N. 1). Hamlin, is. r. J nonius, Siiin
uel Thomas, 1.. L. Wilson.
(in motion the clerk bo and lie is hereby
Instructed to liuve construeicu -ii nooins 101
election purposes, to be niudo of medium
grade ciinvuss oriliiekni!?, una oe.llooi uie
undsixa'idii bull reetliinh; the corner posts
and brin es lor same to be li Inch lumber
;ind cueli booth to be pro! ided with dressed
board at least 12 Inches wide, mid three feet
Tlie t'ollowliiK claims were iimutcn, nl-
lowcd and wiinanls uruwii on inc neneiai
tuml of the levy of Mil for the amount of
van, c :
(iniulin Itepubliciui I'riiitliiK Co., sup-
jilles, elalinc"! rn..s.', mh.im.-u
. w..,,i,,-i, t in. eo. sunt, services
(,eo. w . liesier, eon." oi ...... ........
and diKK"i"K l?rav 101- same ...
II. T. Conley, siilary ns coioiiy uiij
. Ileriieilll, sii)iiies mi l""
Itiiel.iichiaii I ook, supplies lor poor
elalineil 'i i ,iiir'i-
II t'. (.ibbs, uiedleiil aiieiiuiince n
i.orlon lirollins, iiiedieiue lor iiiiuper. 11 i-
Conrad I.lmlemun, nalury, express.
Jumrs Wiilpolo, MiijJport lor puuprr....
N. K. I-f,llt'll,iUkllMlMUH''rvin:M
MacLnchlHii & l.'iKik,. supplies lor poor.
A. ;. ( handler, supplies lor poor
Thus. Iteldv, sheriff's leen
MacLiichlun A ( ook, supplies tor poor,
( laimeii ih.ih aiioweu
David Mack, witness lees in iuiuesi
C I, aides Anderson " "
Peter Weldcnleldt, "
Thos. Ifeiuy, sneriii Himi in .mi"..'
K.bm ( owlisbitw.Jiiry lees iiiipiesl ease.
I'. Win. .Meyer
W. L. Jones
F.. ('. Mrvem " '
John Seiiuli! "
i.ooriw J- siniier, coroner in
iiuesl, eliilnied f.'.'.M nlloued
Mrs. 1. M. .sicphcie.im, house rent fur
jiauper, eh imed juii.tm allowed
I.. .1. MmmoiiH. iiiiIiliH.b,.i
on motion .7. it. Ilr.idley was uppnlnf ed
road overteer for roud district -No. 4.
On i,-,ot Ion, adjourned wltliont duv.
J. H. Cook was in town Tuesday.
Miss Minnie Crane was in Harrison
H. L. Smuck contributed on subscrip
tion last week.
W. S. Johnson adds his name to our
list of readers.
S. W. Carey sent us a years subscrip
tion last Thursday.
Miss Elsie Merriam left on Saturday
for Wyoming to teach school.
Judge Crites' stenographer, Mr. Laird,
was in Harrison Tuesday.
Mrs. 1). H. Griswold left last evening
for a visit at Custer City, S. V.
Mr. and Mrs. E. 1J. Satterlee went
down the roail Monday evening.
Mrs. Bassett went to Gordon yester
day and will return Saturday.
A. & B. Piekenbrock order THE JOUR
NAL sent to them at Ardmore, S. D.
B. B. Smith has been assisting in The
Jolhnal ollice for the past few days.
Robert Neece was in town yesterday
and made a pleasant call at this ollice.
J. B. Johnson was up from Glen Mon
day and made a business call at our of-
James Slatterly left for the hills Mon
day taking with him some horses for
Miss Minne Smith begins a term of
school in the Soulhworth district next
Johh Mosley came down from Cambria
recently and was in Harrison on Thurs
day and gave us some cash on subscrip
tion. II. T. Conley was at Valentine the
first of the week attending a meeting of
the republican judicial central com
mittee. Dlt. LEONHAItllT,
1432 O Street, Lincoln, Neb.
Practice limited to diseases of tbe
Read the press notices,
Send for symptom chart.
State vour case.
If yoil are. Tclt and walit to .'vet well,
write all about yi tirself.
Ni trouble to read letters; send stamp
1402 O St. Lincoln, Neb.
SULLIVAN & CONLEY, Lawyers.
Will practice in all the local, state
and, lUleral courts, and U. S. Land
Legal papers carefully drawn.
IS" Ollice in court house.
IlAiutLSON, - - - Nebraska.
C. E. HOLMES,
All business entrusted to his euro w ill re
ceive prompt and careful attention.
HARRISON, - - NEBRASKA.
Will practice before all courts and the U.
S. Land Oflice. liusiness entrusted to my
care will receive prompt attention.
HARRISON, - - NE1IRASKA.
B. L. SMUCK.
Fashiouabie Barber and Hair Dresser
Everything in his line dofo in a neat
and artistic manner.
Razors and Scissors sharpened and put
in order at reasonable rates.
Give him a call.
First door eastjof poslofliie.
Harrison - NtltUsKA.
L. E. BELbEN & SON,
Wagon and Carriage Makers.
Repairing done on short notice.
Good work and reasonable charges.
Shop south of livery barn.
HARRISON, ... NJ
.WIRE ROPE SELVAGE.
ACKNOWLEDGED THE BEST
for Lawn, Gardens, Farms, Ranohes and Railroads.
rBICKS RKDt CKI). Bnlil hy ilfnle". Kltl.KIHT I'All).
MeMtlLI.KN'S l-IHIl.THV AKT'IIXU. New TMug I
No B:lngl No bmcKlnel Kiir lMyy,'ljr'.
Ttm SoXullM Warca WinTdnM Oo., OUohiAU,
WIDE I 1
I AM STILL ON DECK,
$1.00 will buy IT pounds of Granulated Su
pounds of Evaporated Blacl;!erries: 10 pound?
White Kussian boap.
Oil per gallon, So cents. .1
FLOUR AND FEED ALWAYS ON HAND.
Bran and shorts per 100, $1.20; Oats, $1.73; Chopped feed, SI. 63.
FLOUR, High Patent, $3.15: J Patent, 2.85; Straight Grade, $2.05: Low
Grade, sfl.Oo. Meal, if 1.00.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies Shoes, Good Quality, f 1.25 a pair.
Ladies' Dongola Button Skies, $1.23.
Plow Shoes, 00 cents.
Childrens' Shoes, 50 and upwards.
Allen's Fast Prints, Warranted, cents a yard.
Lawns 5 cents a yard. ' -
And everything else as low as the
buying elsewhere. These prices for cash only.
Ol'R PRICES ARE ATJTHE BOTT0M-
every day in the year.-' We are always
ready to give 3-ou 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, Drf Goods, Boots and Shoes,,
Hats and Caps, Crockery
Ranch Trade Solicited.
LIBERAL DISCOUNTS ON LARGE ORDERS.
Ranch Supply House.
MacLachlan & Cook, Props.
T f MLgrcpjui
T.vrun-?. Si ,
Em Ehsxhd mn9 G?
;tr; 18 pounds Extra O Sugar; 10
of English Currants; 22 Bars of
pound cans Choice Nevada Apples 12S cents.
lowest, ('ome and
et my prices befora
l ?. in i ntv
iiril .' llie coioo if
work Jfo oii with u wilt:
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