The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899, March 03, 1892, Image 1
Sioux County Journal 1 HE 4. HAISOUST, NEB., MARCH 3, 1892. IsTO. 25. SIOUX COUNTY t IsT A. Xj. ,s. Editor ami Proprietor. IM.VR. H. TliuetuDle. L,t. fcolnK Kat. L..11A3 I Ku. , mixed 7:00 'bison market k-iliOl .zz mlreri Ih... lrel 1T fl-1KT liimdreU t hulici .-- 112 kir-JMT in. ft jnx-li-d every TlmrwJiiy. fu a 40 l -a 1 00 1 Vo 2r 12X 2 5fi f??, 3 (10 3 4 4 i 8 80 15 00 lis at the harness shop. Sioux county's crop for stock get caught in the in will soon nave a new omestead. will huilil a new house on near future. per lirrel at IKWOI.D & MaHKTEI.I.KI'B. hv will occupy uie jonn- with his family in a few t is that the demand for will lie greater this .season re in Sioux county. ie nasi weei ihk joi kai. Vood lot of job printing, to call when in need of any fline. I indications and acreage re lounty will have mora than Sea:- loads of wheat to whip Bniing season. -First-class native lumber 'Constantly on hand at my 1 Boggy i 18 miles east of f; J. E. Akneii. Vtrid "o. !J1 will build a. Jie by 2H feet, with stone jjUd finish it us in good shape. 1j) get settlers iu tluit locality. p. . ... .... fcluinics aim laborers ol huh lot seem to be idle much of indiccations are that this busiest season ever known Jlier, mother ami sister of tvel arrived here on Saturday ' tlieir future home. New joining in right along. Keep Jiniuif and lots more will Hides wanted at the harness shop.. i Ask Will M tore the price of hard i boiled eggs. I W. D. Lafferty will have 75 acres of ; crop this season. ! Rev. Gardner preached at the church I last Thtirrilay evening. The farmers who did fall plowing are the ones who are ahead. Tliat is a j ointer for the farmers next fall. ". II. Andrews will move into (-'. C. Jameson's bouse. The rooms vacated by luii will le occupied by Dr. Bridgman and family. W. ( O'Connor is getting the lum ber on the ground for a new bouse on his homestead. Improvement is the order of the day. John Sutton will have 85 acres of small grain this season on his farm in Wyoming and Harrison will le the mar ket for the c rop. Supt. Southworth will bold an ex amination of teachers at the school house in district No. 21, Cottonwood pre cinct, on the Hth and !lth. J. II. Bartell will soon have a w ind mill and pump in operation at his home. Such things are a great convenience and shoV that the farmers are prospering. j. )r. SlriU- reports the arrival of a new girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Itansom who resides near Andrews. Sioux county's jiopulatiou continues to increase. Kdgeniont, S. L., is after manufact uring establishments and advertises for a shoemaker, claiming that there is a good eiiing for an establishment of that Kind there. Henry Lindeuiau exiected to star from Iowa for Sioux county on the nth inst., hut the roads there are so muddy that he is unable to haul his corn to market and he will have to wait until a little later. Slierill' Reidy the first of the week sold a bunch of 128 horses at the Uwer i ranch. They were w hat were know n as the A. K. horses and were sold on ex ecution. H is reported that they brought all they were worth. 'A. fl. Deliel informed us yesterday that he will have about 35 acres of grain this season and he had his wheat all in before he left home. Mr. Deuel lives across the line in Wyoming, but Har rison in his place of doing business. L. AiWwell, the new agent at the SfcU. V., arrived on last Saturday with his family. lie came from Ains worth where he had been for six years. He is a pleasant gentleman and will doubtless look after the interests of the company in good shape. ' Sam Tebliet, of Bodarc brought us a sample of his scotch 1Kb wheat on Fri day and it is as line a quality as one could ask for. lie will have a crop of 00 acres this season and with the quality of seed he has he will no doubt have wheal that will command the top price in the market. I -Jr?t week T. O. Williams finished a PERSONAL, Z. (i. ieuel was in town yesterday. s up from Bodarc J. W. Hunter Thur-day. J. Sievers contributed on subscription last Thursday. George Walker returned Monday from down the road. J4rTT!rTi. Slitter lee went to Chadron Tuesday evening. Judge Barker made a trip into Wyom ing last Thursday. W. B. Wright was on the sick list a few days last week. Miss Minnie Crane arrived from the east yesterday morning. MrjiniUlr. J. D. Clagborn left Tues l!rjevening for Chicago. Arthur Green was up from the Agate Springs Stock Farm Tuesday. Mrs. W. . Glasner went to Heniini.'- i ;irHlust week to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Williams have lieen having a 1us-de with the grippe. 1 A. R. Kennedy moved his family bad. to the farn the last of the week. Mrs. Eninia Si honebanm was a pasvii ger on the west IiouikI train Tuesday. J. E. Fletcher was in town on Tuesday negotiating for the Sipimv Creek saw mill. W. T. Brown was down from Voiiiee-, Friday and gave us some cash on sub scription. County Cluik I.indeman and County Treasurer Guyharl went to Chadrun Tuesday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Gardner, parents of Miss "pdHWfiardner, have lieen visiting in Har rison lor mo pa si ween. (iranmiercy Items. Not much on the string this week. Our Squaw Creek sawmill lists started up again. The snow is fast disapiearing. I think we'll soon have spring. Mr. G. H. Turner is improving his I place by having a well put down. The man who feeds bis stock intelli- I gentlv, according to their needs is one of a hundred. A little niilitaiy discipline ,s a good thing even on the farm. Some things need to 1 brought rigidly up to the mark. Ground hog weather is pretty shadow y after all. Sanford Shores, w ho has lieen working for G. 11. Tin ner, will move on his claim in the near future. Bad roads are large consumers of horse ilesh. No community can afford to tol erate thtni. If you want to read a good paper sub scrilie for Till: JofltN.u.. Sanford Shores says that he is a farmer and several other things and has worked in dill'eivnt Idealities, but never struck a place before where he couldn't do a days work from sun to sun. j Mr. Cobb is holding dow n a job at the Suiiaw Creek saw mill. Did you see the Bargains we are Offering. SET OF GLASSWARE: turned last week from tlie coal mines of Wyoming where they worked during the winter. SUGAR BO WE i CUKAM VITcIIHIi I BUTTER DISH V AM, FOR L SPOON HOLDER 111. STANDARD BAKING l'OWDERJ SOc. A FIRST CLASS LANTERN And 1 Round of Banner Baking I'owder FOB OfcsTILVY" 60 CZEHSTTS.. All Around About. J. Wilson, so far as we know, was the first granger to follow a plow iu the vi cinity of Gilchrist this year. A. W. Molir takes the lead in sowing wheat. We understand he began sowing Monday, on fall plowing. C. I. Columbia, of Bodarc, was circu lating in the neighborhood of Gilchrist on Monday. Mrs. J. M. Daniels has been visiting J.B.Burke and H. Zimmerman iv-lfrrrrJTTftrTM rs. Andrews, iu Harrison Standard Canton Flannel.. Iiiiwrence Canton Flannel. 10 cents. 12i cents. through our little for Hot Springs, nng in the valley last week Until informed us last Thurs- liad found new grass four an his farm. Spring is open- rher than it did last year pers should bo prepared to Mn the ground at the earliest isors should reniemlier that in next Tuesday; March 15, the assessors' meeting at the county" clerk. Failure ijCh meeting is grounds for de- iffice vacant and the uppoint eone to (III the vacancy. It that all the sessors of the resent. I wheat sowing of the season py L, Oerloch. He spread B the ground the first of the Rcognizes the fact that the A is put into the ground the ssoon as the farmers get to ground ready rri the fall and grain at the earliest pos- 11 better results will be ob- jUi'e past week a carload each iber and coal lias been re- , carload of wheat shipped a pretty fair showing for Jntry at this season of the IX At, family is under obliga- Otto Tietze for a jar of nice Otto said it was from Mrs. editors wife but we propose re of it and do onr share of therefor. rled that norne of the farm- rwell for K. V. Lindsev on his homestead a few miles southeast of town. Mr. Eirulsey has a fine piece of land and will have a crop of 4"i acres this season and tlo a lot of breaking for future cultiva tion. That's the way Sioux county Is improving. Our farmers who desire to get in formation in regard to the cultivation of sugar beets, and the development of the sugar beet industry cannot do better than to subscribe for the Bflct Sugar En terrinfi published at Lincoln. It gives all the news in reference to the industry in Nebraska and a great deal of other valuable information. Reports from the valley are that a e;ood deal of plowing has already been done. The farmers have their terrnis in good shape and plenty of seed and feed and they will do farming this season as L . . . ., ... it should be done. The early seeding is It is put into the ground the , . ,, improve every moment as soon arf tlie ground i in condition to cultivate and 111 better results will be ob- sweu' f The absence Of land sharks in this mace is pleasing 10 noie. me uusiness men and settlers, almost without excep tion, will do all they can to help new comers find a location without expense; In most new counties there are always a mill located here it would , ,ot of f"ort'S 'eady to pounce on a shipping of a tar each ! stranger and charge lum a good, round heat would have been con- fee 10 Ioi but here more peoplo are in-and the home product ' wanted and the settlers consider a little 'pie instead or snipping in ' unle anu irouuio wen spent n it assists a new man to gel wnai ne wanis. Kf si: cftr beets tins been Island and of course a -Andrew Christian,' who lives across the line in Wyoming, was in town Friday hdvance wilf bo" ntiido at and called at our ofllce. He says he and t season the scafe will be his brother will have a crop of 100 acres r cent kets $4 peftoh'; or more this' season. He is salisded that its 1.50; i(J per cent beets this section of country is one of the best ..rr tent beets $RM tier wheat countries to be found and is in ; vJrht I6;ts to ier ton: 19 ner hones a mill will lie built here before the out of doors unless their property ;J.50 per tori; 20 per cent beeU crop Is ready for market. He also says fenced.' The merchants dare not put any Tho rnrmers lust year made that he finds the merchants of Harrison goods out for display for fear of the bceis and with that ad-! very reasonable in their charges, more so slock destroying it. It is right that the 'will tertelffly WRKKfo6ti'lhan fie enecte1 Aral in It hew I law be enforced and the better judgment ti i . 1 o not forget to plant something choice and give it a little extra care and bring it to the county fair. It needs the co-operation of all to make a fair a suc cess. A KotMif ' George Slack was thrown Atrtffawngon last Saturday and it was thought his leg was broken. Dr. Bridg man was called and found no bones broken but a pretty bad sprain. The work of invoicing the Andrews drug stock is completed and Dr. Bridg man has gone to Rushville for his family and will return tomorrow ready 1o re main. He has been so busy that he has not had time to lix up an advertisement. Look out for his announcement next week. Peter Henry was in town Tuesday. He feels very badly over the untimely death of his son in the mines of Wyom ing. He believes the lad was sent where he should not have been and has retained Sullivan & Cunley to look the matter up and if the circumstances warrant Mich a course action will be brought against the parties at fault. Tun Joit.SaT, will take it as a favor if the farmers will hand in reports as to acreage of crops they will put in this season. If it is not convenient for you to rail write tho crop acreage on a pos- lal, sign your name and mail it to The JofKSAL. It is a matter iu which not only the people here but those in the east who are thinking of coming lu re are interested, for it shows how the county is progressing. A letter lias been received from the Norfolk sinrar company to the effect that iu the negotiations with Chadron people Harrison was not overlooked, and that they will lie glad to get beets from here if a satisfactory rate can be obtained. Further information is promised in the near future. There appears to lie little doubt that a rate can lie obtained so that the farmers of this locality will have a market for tlieir bectii; An error occurred in the article in the last issue of THE JiR KNAI. in regard to the hammer with which to drive the last nail in the woman's building at the world's fair grounds. The permission was given to the woman of Nebraska to furnish tho hammer and not to any one woman oS might be inferred from the article of last week, and the managers desire io give all the women of Nebraska an opportunity to contribute. Al,oiit, fifteen head of stock was taken up by the marshal on Tuesday under the ordinance recently passed. There appeared to lie a determination on the part of some to disregard the law and it became necessary for olhciai ao lion in the mattor. It caused some hut t ioho whose stock was " a - caught Will recognize the justice of the action. With a lot of stock running at lurge no one can have trees, plants or gardens, neither can they put anything for a few days past. Henry Wert. pasi burg Sunday enrout South Dakota. F. W. Knott made a trip to Cotton wood Thursday. Herman Konrath, Jr., purchased a fine span of colts of A. W. Mohr last week. Mr. E. 1'. Maine. ' Harrison, moved a family to the valle.i .ast Saturday to the place formerly Occupied by B. UphoM', on Squaw creek. Rather a windy and cold day to introduce new comers. The farmers in the v.ilb'.v :-re talking mill, mill, mill now il vs. They will meet at the Bodarc school house, next Thursday at one o'clock to discuss bonus". Now is tho time to do some thing, or the opportunity will pass and others will secure w hat we ought to have. Sioux county is sure to have a mill. If there is any one mall busy now it is II. Zimmerman, the blacksmith, fcvery- body wants their plow right now, and he is the man that knows how to make a plow run if auyqody can Further im rticulars in regard to the fatal accident we mentioned last week- are these So far as we can learn: John Henry was working on the grade about ten miles from Gillett, and in the even ing as they were about to quit work they put in live shots for blasting; four ex ploded and the unfortunate boy went to see why the other did not go, it being a slow fuse. It exploded aboitt the time he got there, and blew liim about forty feet in to the air, causing instant death. Mr. Henry went after the body on Thurs day, returning with it on Sunday. The funeral was held at the family residence on Monday and the remains interred in the Montrose cemetery. U No. Card of Thanks. Tlie Undersigned desire to return their sincere thanks for the aid and cohifort extended in their late bereavement, l'KTEU llKNUY AND FAMILY. Fair I'reiiiiinns. It will soon lie time for tho managers or the agricultural society to prepare a premium list. In this work outsiders can assist to quite an extent. If you have anything out of the ordinary lines for which premiums are offered which you wish included send a notice to the secretary so that ho may get it on the list. There ate a great many things to think of in that branch of the work and the co operation or all interested will be of a great deal of help. Do not be back ward in this matter. There is no time to lose and if a successful fair is to held a great deal of work will have to lie done. Any information or suggestions will be appreciated by the management. Important Notice. Having disposed of the drug store ut Harrison all parties indebted to C. H, Andrews & Co., or A. E.Andrews are hereby notilied to call at once and settle. Do not wait for further notice. 0, H. Andkkws. We carry a complete stock of Gro ceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,- Clothing and Fur nishing Goods, which we will sell at LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES, The Celebrated WHITE BREAD FLOUR Constantly on Hand- BARGAINS IN EVERY THING IN OUR LINE. RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE, MacLACHLAN & COOK, Proprietors, i X all fulrinlpdetJ beadle wi sustiiiii if Farms For Knit. Either of the following farms can be rented from me on very easy terms: John Slelzer place, Sec. 27, T. ill, P. BOi Alonzo Hnvev ' " 7&1B " 83, 54. John Rockhoft " 80, " 4, " W. Frank1 CiilTeV " " 21, " 85, " 54. Ciixn: e: vBt'if : t is a Fact! THAT- GEO. H. TURNER Has one of the best selected stocks of groceries in the northwest and can sell as cheap as the cheapest, Also a full line ol Flour, Feed and Grain. Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps; Clothing; Furnishing Goods, Hardware, Tinware, Barbed J Dry Good; I Fnrni Wire, Farming Implfmentsi Machinery and Buggies. Please call and Examine our GOLD SEAL Buggy; Gko. I I. Turner; Harrison Lumber Yard, Lumber, Shingles, Sash Doors Blindsj -EtC.: Business Cendueted en a Strietly Gash Basis; 'U 1 -c "X'liy"