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The Sioux County Journal
HJLIRISOILsr, NEB., IfcTOV. 19, 1891
The Jc ks.il is now more than tlir.
years old nod lias IM,vtr , ,i . ,i .
: .anttfrw I-, ujtil . . .i
r..mr ami Proprietor. ; tiliw iUl whk (iave iaJ
u contend, l,ut bow vuth the good . rops
'! to Turner's for li;
11441 !. , nt'-d '
' ixiWBsT prices.
ded in all m
LjOMTT ATTENTION GIVEN TO
l . .t out icnu
(T!AWKU) Ali Al.UAM E,
j mid p w lal j.rority of tin? people, it
j but jilr-ti- e to a-k those who are indcbh
i on mibsi rplam or oilier ;
end wttle. It is
a sllia 1 amotiiit 1.. .-i
individual hut ill the ni.'L'r."'!tle amounts
to hundreds of dollars, and as we lave
uliarS the hardships of the past with
.Von, we desire to share the
the prtsriit with you
not settle in full
Iso. If you ean-
imv .1 hart of it a.s it.
w;l all help us meet our bills ami
uiiiiT exj-en' es. In many r
U.-n i in t j? y an oversight anil
j th.it thus calling; attention- to the matter
v. ill bring a prompt rosjxjuse.
urgain in every- A. E. Kennedy exjects to move his
family to town in the near future.
-Twenty-four liars of soap for if fatl-We learn that quite a uuinlier are
internum; to lit up lisli ponus uuu
.1 o. 1. TL.tl 1: f rtrA lihlll. It
vneiu wiui us.i. nmv ... o i
would lie well for all to arrange so that
i ......1 nnnlientions to-
u:j vouju scum iu .......
gether and then the fish commissioner
could come up with ms nsn cur aou
iii. iu .1.. n-eivil m iroou conui-
tion. A good llsh iwnd, well stocked
would prove a paying investment and
would alo furnish a great deal of sport
There is no occasion for the people of
, . ! f.-ni.i
tins locality to nave to su.p
the east the many nice sucmn
line locations for ponds offer excellent
opportunities for raising fish.
The cloudy sky made it inijiossihle
for any one to see the eclipse of the moon
Witii plenty of siiow tiiiririr the
j ninli-r pl i rops will reward the far
mers nexi season.
Everv one aiMieai's to lie in favor of
an agricult ural six ii ty. Who w ill take
hold of t tie matter and pet it in shape?
W. B. Wriiiht's father was here a
few days a'o looking around with a view
io I'.iatm. Everything indicates that
many new ople will locate here in the
The prosjiects are that the coming
winter will not 1 very mild and people
! will do well to nreiiare for severe
alher, then if it comes they will he
more comfortahle, and if it does not
come they will lie nothing out.
BOUGHT AND BOLD
'fcbraska Security Co,
Apples One ier hiisliel at Turner's.
Blankets and rohes at f'unningham
- Dr. J. (I. hhafer reeived a new
w in hmil the tirsl of the week which he
will put up on his farm northwest of
t-.rtn. It will not he long until wind
mill will 1? iicmerouR in tlti-. locality.
J. W. Scott had about liftv bushels
fus tr OriTAt
of ixitatoes buried and w hen the recent
cold snan set in he thought it lst. to he
safe and so put a loud of manure on top
of the heap. A few days later lie exam-
ind them and found that they had got so
hot that they had cooked.
- The vote lu tween S, L. R. Maine and
W. E. Moore for assi'ssoi' of Iloweii pre-
in. t lieing a tie, the parties in interest
were not ilil to apiiear at the olliee of
th- county clerk on hist Monday and de
cide the matter according to law. The
r..Mill nan that Mr. Maine was the lucky
one ami will do the assessing next spring.
For a long time Mrs. Davis, mother
The weather for the past week lias
lieen decidedly cold and stormy. It
caught a good many More they were
prepared for it. Such weather is not nl-
together pleasant hut it helps make good
crops next season, and that is what the
ti ii.li.t.i niui iroverne.r have
iss i. d proclamation fixing Novemlier 2
as a dav of thanksgiving. Now if some
one will hrini; us a nice, fat turkey,
, . .1.:... ,;,.!,..,( it.
goose, ancK, or soiiiewniig """'""
will greatly assist us in the matter of
jtirliI.AtM, Vice rreldiHt.
K II. Jo" ri N-crclary.
C. E. V tBir , Trei""T
II. T. l'oT, Atwrney-
V',nc,ha on our 1ml over thirty
CHOCEFXllUS in thin county
. . it - f t V11
Uicii irn oeii on iaj."-
TIME and EASY PAYMENTS.
rVtie. wwliing to hny or ll nM
Ui U'Ught nJ wild on commiuu.
JIKlHUHKASW t I'.nVlll.
-Hid wanted tit lirnes "f
rrf V. II. Davis, lias h;ul a good deal of
trouble with her eyes and of late they
have grown rapidly worse so that she
could not , see at all a part of the time
ami on last Saturday she started for
Omaha where she will lie treated by an
ociihst. Her many friends hope soon to
of her complete cure.
The fa dance and .supper on lust
tYid.iv eveninir wa attended by only a
few, a.i the storm which prevailed during
the afternoon deterred those from attend
ing who had any distance io com.
i . wi.iild have been there had
.... i. n- l.n ne. but tieopie o ool
III" r....-. . .
, .in.i.i nl- this
cure to ntnrl out in a snow
season of the year and take chances.
V- go.l deal of trouble appears to be
V .... . t .1 .Inno I.V
Wtm.. I., .rr.lll' H Ol Uillll.lnv- --
IIKCIV m I)"'" " , .
stocl;. Two or three roses are reponeu
i(,...i !i U-ett taken upioraam-
a-ennd the owners luive token them
iway against the wishes of the
'parties who had been damaged.
There is a pretty heavy peiuJty
.....h.-tsandit might he well for all
L.rtiesco,K'eredin such matter to look
-The date for the special term of the
district court has not been fixed. It was
,.,i n,.it ii term won d hectn at
mneri -,n m... v . .
i 'ha.lron on the 4th, but it has beeu post
poned until December 4, and it is quite
likely that me lerm ior muu.
will 1 held during the same month.
T,..t ,-ni- America imported H,1Kj,-
pounds of sugar and produced
r12,2u,iw pounds. inese uu
ligiires are enough to 0)en the eyes of
...... J.I.- f....J. iUni
men of business mstinci to me i
4 -ii ..i.A trnnA ninnv ficxes of sutfar
11 Y.WI Lime
lieets and a large numlier of sugar mak
ing plants to put a stop to uupoi unn.n.
H. T. Merriam brought to this oflice
sai.'iple of syrup made from sugar
Uts. H is rich, thicK ami piuai,.-,
though it had not been punl.eo, vneias e
to that of sorghum. It
ueiiiy n... ......
J. D. Claghorn was in town Wednes
day. J. H. t'col; went to (. rawford Tuesday
- - U .
Octave Harris was in town the iirst 01
J. T. Mason was up from White river
II. W. MacLaeldau was at Crawford
last week on business.
Mrs. W. H. Davis and children leave
this evening for Iowa,.
G. Guthrie returned Monday from his
businf ss trip to Omaha.
Mrs. Bassett returned this morning
r,.r,m .1 trin down the road.
E. D. Satterlee returned this niornin
from a trip down the road.
John Webber added his na.ne to our
list of readers on Thursday.
iu,. T. .T Simmons and children re
turned last week from the east.
Mrs. B. D. Sin uck left on Tuesday
evening for a visit to Iowa.
J. M. Daniels started the first of the
trin alout; the B. & M.
i i,i-ron,-v called on Thursday ami
added his name to our list of readers.
L E. Belden went to Chadron Ihurs
dav'evening on bigness, returnig Satur
0 0 Jameson, of the Commercial
bank, started for Omaha the first of the
L. Hutching of Valley cvmly, father
of Mrs. John I. Davis, cmv,. Wtturuny
for a short visit.
Geor-e Walker left on Friday evening
to accomoai'.y the editorial excursion
through the hills.
A ticket given with every dol
lars worth of goods you
purchase for CASH.
8 Tickets gives you a Silver Plated Sugar Shell, worth U 00
10 Tickets gives you a Butter Knife, worth q
13 Tickets gives you a new style Lace Pin, worth. -
.j . . ..: n tot of Roirer's Teaspoons, worth.
a; XICKeis givf 3"" " o-
35 Tickets gives you a set of Roger's Knives, worth
35 Tickets gives you a set of Roger's Forks, worth
rP..1.1...nrtMU IX-nt't t 1
00 Tickets gives you a set ol Koger b j
m- PLKASK C0IE AKD SEE THE GOODS.
Our fall stock of Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves and Under
wear has just arrived.
"T'omplete stock of Clothing
received, to which we call
of Latest Styles just
vour special attention.
Was made in the simplest manlier, t r and fami,y have re-
U-eus having been cut up and bo dedand 4ohn make their rest
Plua to!ur,-a for J". cenU a (.mndat
-Eighteen jiouml nf granhlat sugar
ior il at Turner'.
-We need mc woo.1 on suW riptiun
uil need it at onto.
-Don't forget the nnwtU' ! ""
in need of a M-hlng null
Vill do well to i-H.ll at thiii o(!n
-Higliest nmi-kt-t vi V-M l,r ni'"
'Utile Hiiirtwin Luililr Vufd.
. i ,-:il to do
wasted at fun.-"
Wlyn u-nrU nt the Harris '0 house.
-Four Pound of Arbu. kle's w
for Weenuut Tt'HNW
-Stven choice cigars for 25 ' enU at
H, A. Cunningluun bu'Wi"K "n
Wition to Un wiiie" - J- 1L mn
fa doinc the work.
-For KAUS-Trie Harriiwn Hous.
E. Bohwkk, Pmp..
.... ti... t.Ltv in the matter.
-The editor stood at the a,HihC the matter of roads,
t l.ia nntc hes: . .. nm
ful Kale, in all ms "
Lt long dal he wonder, not bug d. d to
.. , .. .i ,., him a handfull of
wait. I"! Uiev ft"-- . ,.
matchM. And they taped a h.g 11
"' .,,.,! in-well, tho pUne
that was i.-v.-. - ,
with the ' nlUr:ir,im ,
....... ...imi.e he lo.md himself in it-the
Agoing fast vle-U-r. And ttoy
. ... . .i.;ij,,,.,v n furnace hf-
alli HI lllll "on. IV . . ,
Len.nearbyafimitKi. .I-- -
j the halo (d linnisu. -
. i i;,i,,ui.iit suliscriber. Aim
old -tiuie dehiHlUU11 . , lriea-I
vmlvtohide his emotions hetiw
. face I oW f0"-
mtt ft ml boilwii down. Hie
yield is good for the qua.uty ol. beets
used and the product is as . . B.
. . i it doc;
eral use as that oi sorguui..
not require as muvUnminmiorj
' . t i- ,.o11t M'.
it The samples ami repon. -j
Merriam to Washington showed a y.e k
- in r.ont ni si lira ui
ol over i I'ci y-"" --
puritv of H0.4, anu a
acre of 13.5 tons and of sugar 36...
pounds per acre. Such a, showing is
r -fi and goes to bear out the po
tion that Sioux county in the sugar b t
llt and is destme.1 to ne one o,
ti.o 1,1-niliiction ol sitgai.
ing localities m i" c
.It is a good time for our people to
. . ti. mp.lter of roads, Jt is
pessary for the wel rare and parity
I Harrison and It- business men to see
nl 1 . . u nr made from the
that oeuer - . . .
it will continue to b
1 e get a niove on themselves and ge
over which the farmers ci luul
loads. If Harrison ever
m) and compete with other u... -r.
lvit ii absolutely neceswry to
eSf a t leant and convenient for
make it P 60 The
the farmers to Set
turned from Custer to make their resi
dence in Sioux county.
. ... ti c;,r wont, to Fort Robinson
Tuesday evening for Medical treatment,
having been sick ior some nine.
Low Prices and Fair Treatment Guaranteed.
COME IN -A--ST33 SEE TJS.
Ranch Supply House.
MacLachlan & Cook, Props.
KEl'OUT OF THE CONDITION
RAK OF HARRISON
At Harrison, i" the state of Nebraska, at
the close of has "?I,v?' ' 19J1'
Loans and discounts - -m n
(iverdriilts, seenre.u ...... .,2 n,
Doe from National mo ,,,,,.,. niWi 00
Due from state " . i.Mft r7
lie.nl estate, Inrnituie ' r' . im 54
Current expenses am tuxes p.ncl.
Checks niul otlier casn . GI8 00
hills of other Hanks - .,,,,
Fractional paper currency u.-.-
SpticW' " " . 46 00
Total - . ; ' W
1.1 A 111 1.1 nr..-- nnono
Ciuiitnl stoelt paiil 1" . . '2x 01
Indiviihial deposits snhlec t ;Tf) ciici o
enian.leertirtcatesof d.'posit H
Time certificates 01 ueis. , lu0 00
liills piiyuhle - ' .
. . . i.v:!0 2
stath or NTahka County ok v0
I, Charles '" fj 'y swear that the
rvifstJaeme!:; r 'raSthelxor my
klinwllH "I"1 lHHt. K. VERITY.
.. ,... to liclore
Sll ISCl'lDCII iu s ... -v. .
B,,u. me this 14th any o Nov ., 18. H.
Bl,t' Thomas Itninv,
' Notory l'ulilie.
Geo. H. Turner.
We Have now on Hand a First Cass StocU of Clothing, Hats, v. es.
Ribbons, Hosiery, Boots and Shoes, High Patent Bon Ton Flout
Always on Hand, No Better in the Land.
' . .. . -.in....' the hiruiBi.-. w . - , .,, to
, . ., l,n"e cart to tne eoo-... " ... . 0 where mey ...
a I drc ' ee ,w . ,,,, wood people liKe to go nothing
Fri.iB'1. iie feel that they are "-
While in tTafonl lt
" T.- Ti-KVAI. in s).eaking with
alitor of THfcJ'A1 ' , l0Wn
,,WnW u" northwest h,-ska.
cure new m'U lers m no UmA
'r,:,?"f. ,,.her. for their i.-ter-
'r. : in the matter and the
--n8 : r;wli i-.0""
rkteatllarrton.Neh. , . I 1, lv and in addition to those
(.'HaH PaJ.MM" 1 indeiiendenUJ . a gV.lt deal
t.,M rU-Ut. native luml! ..,ita the work i n HimlS
d J,1B(S con.Utly o at j '''.ttsa va t anio-mt of freejfovvrj
mill on Ext Brfy W n.H of wllt M , , , d
1. tp a hnkiu muni inn" j - f..,i a ncaiei
Urtitwn.' I .,111,-fart that truwi . -
.entlandrts.- "f,,d is l0cated
i of new try and t! - t,e seltle-
-Almodt every uay - . t,e coumj " - ,
... ,i...i irf come tOinoneuri" unux countj
Pot.le wlw are expcciw . ,
' . i.. future tolo- m
pm who are v- , " n.ellt uf the i.i . )si(leHS nl,.n
oux ,,u,.y n the nea of l"-1";' n erested in the
ok . Let ettdl one lm , . ' f (.ra ford. Those "
rteoHiofU.r friend in tl east to . yf llB ,y on
Join Um proceilon. j t in,.rease m t ;
-Don't forget to faring in your ioul(1 do all h ,oto Uo olfec
Hofcon.,nnt enter the t k, Kowist n work
U-pno We wU-work .,-1 ' tttld M-t
owtoU ppU WlK. come J ,,,,,,,,, (je innimi i of llin(l ,n
a home. T Ume tor entnng the verj;u a farmen
people l.w 10 h m. n(1 no.ling
feel that they a - - more to show
car, 1 dona that -
sll,h feeling t.iau l : - e!i(:h the
oy l"L ; . earnest work
The sugar heel factoi-V at Grand
-iUt. 0 a schedule of
iSft"'r Zit t the luivancewillin
It is estimated that
.u,.e. Beets th. , i,
will be wort.. lllB!ttlvant.B;
additional per ue- M r,nUir.
1h0 cents instead of en
Willi worth f .W Ii s2Q
lWl1tihdwhereley ta . f
1(Cr cent they w, . -
t()n, Tllese tince w l-y
raise Intel t(' .. lU " deeh fait
r'"' f" W ts for next
p0W.H8 I" miul0 limiprob-
year'sshir'.'" , . , of a month.
make their cont-wts
B. E. BltEWSTER) C. F. COFFEE)
Corn Oats, Chop, Bran and all Kinds of Feed. A complete stock of Hardware,,
T ZL, Barb Wire, and all Uinde of Farm Machinery,
1 ..... ........, 1 it ...vest, Prices possible. Wemv.ce
: vhii:n wo win ms" .
all to call and look at Our Goods Wore buying.
CHAS. C. JAMESON, Cashier.
General Banking Business
TB ANS ACTfi I .
We Shall Endeavor to Treat all Far and Square.:
T,iiki4. f the ILurison school for the
month ending Nov. 5,1891:
Avriasni" w is i , , .,
S S ESS ! cit st P't ' n
Johnny iJiwhir. Mm ' ,1u;il,au, KhsK-. , pPS Moines, Dison,
W, l-."', '-""iV, ' "Vi, tieown O'Connor,
Names ol those y-" ,.'cv Ltiwler,
CWtati. Htm llr.".'--' 'U ,.,1m. nnle Sat-
l,,i-h.e.- S.ellim "-"'IH m,-o, .hones
O'Connor. -' W 1 ili'toU. Jas. O "ConivOv.
Johnny 1 .''" , i.wieman. Sir.nlierH;
iniysioloxv : ;' j-" W'totl, J.-!'s
m.c.i, Minnie I- ' 1 '"J 'hsum. T,c'nei-.
Take the Fremont, Elkhorn & Mis
souri Valley mid Sioux City & Pacific
railroad for Fremont, Lincoln, Hastings,
Superior, Omaha, Missouri Valley. Sioux
;iU ponus uci-. ii,
Pes Moines, Dison, Chicago, Milwaukee,
and the lunilCT regions in .wconwn.-
Close t-onnections nre made at mcgo
tot Toledo, BulT.xlo, Albany, Philadel-
delpWa, New York and all points 1.1 tne
east. Palace , sleeping cars on
,1 ntufan 1 i
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