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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1892)
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tlie drug store
Tarpaulins at the harness shop.
Paint, oil, glass and putty at drug
Latest patterns of wall paper at
It is reported that cattle are living
on green grass in the valley.
Salt S'3.65 per barrel at
Okiswold & Maesteixeu's.
Jf the past week has not been genu
ine April weather ve should like to know
what was necessary to make it so,
Quite heavy stock losses are reported
from the sand hills east of Dawes county,
but no loss to speuk of occurred in this
section of pountry.
A coui.lo of farmers living a few
miles from town eot into a row last
week and the one who got the worst of
it had the other arrested. He acknow
ledged the act and paid a fine of $1 and
C. II. W'eller has gone to Chadron to
prepare to open business there on Slay
1st. Theo, Trimhur expects to move
down there about the 20th of the present
month. There will be quite a colony oi
Harrison people at Chadron and all wijl
The voice of the meadow lark is an
added evidence of spring.
District court will convene next
Monday and U15 jury is called to appear
4ta2i.A. Priddv today Moves into the
Parted building and on next Monday will
open a restaurant.
On account of the unsettled condi
tion of the weather last Saturday night
B. F. Thomas did not deliver the lecture
The ladies, almost without excep
tion have contributed a dime each to the
fund for the purchase of a hammer witti
which to drive the last nail in the
womans' building at the world's fair
grounds at Chicago. There will lie few,
if any, towns the size of Harrison that
will make so good a record.
Last Monday Mike Bruck, better
known as Shoester, disposed of his tools
and personal effects and took the east
bound train. He was to represent bioux
county in the democratic state conven
tion yesterday and then will look for
work. As Shocster is a tiling of the pa it
the question to be decided is "who will
rush the kettle nowr
.1. W. Scott expects his brother-in
law on everv train. The people will
come here all right if the settlers will
jet them know of the advantages offered
by Sioux county.
T. O. Williams says he has found
nut. whn cut, his fence and he is apt to
make it a little interesting. A good
heavy fine might teach some people to
resiiect the rights of others.
A gentleman arrived yesterday from
fbfl eastern nart of the state to investi
gate the advantages of stock growing in
He will visit some of the
principal stock farms and should he find
what lie wants he will return in tlie near
future to Sioux county. The advantages
possessed by this locality are fast becom
ing known and people will not be slow to
take hold of them.
The article from the Cheyenne Leader
which nnnears in another column con
tains information of importance to the
,,0n,,ln rf this locality. The experiments
of Melbourne have demonstrated that he
:in produce rain and he goes at his worn
111 a manner which indicates no attempt
of fraud. Tlie price of one cent per arftUJy
1.- u .,1 l,n rin nns will hesi- UCQf
manes iu u uuay mci.
late to go into an agreement
ttt is rciorted as
. II. Tl'KNKH.
t loads of wood
J them ft once.
ired (in ax to in-
I few days ago,
I sore foot.
;Elkhorti are still
tu be pcrpared
)j may arise.
1b a full attend-
I at 3 p. m. next
Jlricss of iniport-
his foot hurt
t imber a few
ire limps as he 1
Al meet at the
Simmons on Sat-
purpose of di:
and crab trees
J trees three years
'3ty. Enquire of
TSO moved into the
"f'tel 8. L. Ulery has
ij f&ririerly occupied
mm they M
Until May 1st we Will Sell
CASH PRICES, our Stock of
IL H. Russell was in town on Monday.
1 p.. TI Andrews went east Monday
Frank Demasig is at the Harrison
House suffering from a complication of
W. P. Fitzgerald arrived from the east
W. T. Brown was down from Yorhees
Mike Blewett returned from the east
J. L, Smedes gave us some cash on
A. Rodwell and family returned
Saturday from Ainsworth.
O. A- and A. C. Dove were up from
Cottonwood precinct Thursday.
is Mabel Robinson came up from
Glen on Friday to visit her mother.
Alex. Lowrv called on Monday and
added his name to our list of readers.
J. H. Cook left on Tuesday evening for
Washington and other eastern points.
Mrs. C. B. Hollingsworth left last Sat-
lay for a visit to relatives in the east.
J. M. Daniels was in town Monday. He
has had a three weeks siege of the grippe.
Judge Barker returned Thursday from
down the road, having been snowbound
for some days.
O. Patterson went to Wyoming on
Monday where he expects to worK mir
ing the summer.
II. W. MacL-acliluti started last even
ing on a business t rip east. He will go
to Chicago, New York and other cities.
Sioux County Offers to SMm:
Cheap coal ,
Cheap lumber, ,
Finest wild fruits,
Cheap deeded land,
Fine native lumber,
Good railroad facilities.
800,000 acres of government land,
The finest, richest natural grasses,
And other advantages too numerous tq
The finest wheat producing district in
Tell your friends to come and see for
The Following List Shows a few of the Many Bargains
we are Offering:
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"HblM'ttW ground for the
'.JSm ridawalk toward the
' MW fonce will be put
m lew days.
" isaUve lumber
i hand at my
''hi.s knee-cap dis
Vby the pole of his
lace a few daja
Itown on Saturday
at was up so that
Jr He proniisffd to
toes in the near
Vved to the farm
inst souin 01
crop there this
inie to select a
m before II ling.
live leen unusu-
Bunlry east of the
rosts occurred at
Io surorise people.
icomidain of the
oniing season on
its per head for the
eginning May 1st.
enty of range.
)e Harrison, Neb.
Tin 10 encourage
Vong the streets of
1 things which can
care and time and
made e sooner
California Canned Fruit, 20c a can.
Atlantic Sugar Corn, 10c a can.
Tomatoes, 11c a can.
Arbuckle's Ariosa Coffee, 22c a pound.
Uncolored Japan Tea (very fine) 35c a 1
2 It, jar of Crosse & Biackwell's preserves
Standard Baking Powder, 20c a pound.
Pail Silver Drip Syrup, 00c.
25 pounds Oatmeal, 1.00.
14 " Dried Currants, 1.00.
li " Dried California Peaches, $1
U " Evaporated Apples, fi.uv.
12 " Turkish Prunes, i.wu.
25 bars White Russian Soap, $1.00.
7 liars Union Soap, 1.00.
:i cakes Best Tar Soap, 25c.
-1 cakes Good Toilet Soap, 15c.
All kinds of Spices, 20c a pound.
Reduction m all Smoking and Chewing
Best Grade Outing Flannel, 124c a yard.
Nice Dress Ginghams, 8c a yard.
Good, Heavy Canton Flannel, 8 Jc a yard.
Heavy all wool Red Flannel, 3tlc
Heavy all wool Linsey, 28c a yard.
Good all wool Linsey, 25c a yard.
Good Linsey, lBc a yard.
Good Checked Shirting, 8c a yard.
f Hoavy Canton Flannel Undershirt 30c,
Men's Heavy Hickory Shirts, 40c.
Ladies Hose (good) 10c.
Men's No. 1 Grade Rubber Boots, $2.50.
First Class Plough Shoes, f 1.25.
First CJass Men's Congress Shoes, $1.50.
Old Ladies Shoes, $1.10.
Ladies Shoes (good) $1.15.
Overshoes, felts and rubbers less than
Lined Sealskin Mitts, $1.00.
Good Buckskin Gloves, $1.00.
Calfskin Gloves, 85c.
Big Reduction in Clothing.
Good all wool Pants, $1.00 and upwards.
The weather Tor the pa st tveek has
been a mixture of suow, blow, rain, sun
and clouds. April weather in every
sense of the term. The condition of the
weather and the ground has prevented
the farmers from doing much in the
fields, but the grain will start with a
rapid and strong growth when it is once
in the ground, and the harvest will show
that this was just the kind of weather
One good well drill complete, town
nronertv consisting of one lot, good
1 1 , , ,
house, barn, good cistern anil cellar.
Very desirable property. 30 head of cat
tle, 13 head of horses, 320 acres ot lanas,
with springs and running water, fair
buildings, good well, 45 acres broke and
about 4 miles of fence. I or lurther par
ticulars see or address
T. O. Williams,
Notice. Timber Culture
V. S. I.avd Office, j
ClIAlillOK, SEBB., I
April 11, 1802.
Complaint having been frntoreil at this of
tlco by lidwui-d ficliwurz itKiiinst Lunian P.
O'l.'oiini'r for failure to comply with law as to
Timber-Culture Kntry No. "lia, duti'd June 13,
. . - .1... , ... 1 ..,..) J ...iH 1.-1 KUfU
Section 7, Township 81, Uuuio 54, in Sioux
county, Nebraska, Willi a view to the cancel
lation of bukI entry; contestant alleging
that claimant has failed to break plow or
caused to broken or plowed any part of said
tract since dale of entry, that lie has failed
to plant or caused to be plumed to trees,
seeds or cuttings any part of bald tract since
date of entry, and has wholly neglected to
cure said detects up to date, towitApril9,
lssii, the said parties are hereby summoned
to appear at, this office on the 23 day of May,
iic .jt in n'cl(.t -i in . to rrsoontl and fur-
lllsll testimony couoei -nm uaiu nucguu
Testimony oi witnesses will be taken be
fore George Walker, a notary public, at his
oihee in Harrison, on tlie 1(1 day of May,
ls'.fii, at 10 a. ui. T. F. Powers,
11. T. I'ont.ey, Receiver.
Contestant's Attorney. 1 31-36)
Having disposed of the drug store at
Harrison all parties indebted to C. H.
Andrews Co., or A. E.Andrews are
hereby notified to call at once and settle.
Do not wait for further notice.
C. H. Andeews.
Notice to Land Owners.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY GONCKHN :
In accordance with petition filed and It
,nwif-:! lins to the loard of countv commis
sioners that the public good rcipiires the
lOllOWlUg section ones t, )jti:m-u .is jmi,-
1? ... ...It. ,.1.....,....(.i...r of tin. iW
11C lOlvis, i'i-nii,. v.,i.,.fi in- ....
............ ,.f c..,. H, Ti, 1! F,s. rnnniiirr t.lii.ncft
east between sections 10 and IS, 11 and
M, 12 ana i.i in sum tuwnsiuii nnu
7 A 18 in Twp. 33 K. f4, four miles, to the
HI', corner See. 7, Tp. 33, 1!. 54, it is therefore
ordered that all objections thereto or claims
for damages must be tiled iu the County
Clerk's office on or before noon of the !-2nil
day of June, lh!'"2, or roads will be established
without reference thereto.
30-33 County Clqrk,
Colvllle 1'. TefTctt will tako notice that on
the 2ld day of March 181)2, S. Barker, county
judge of Sioux county, Nebraska, issued an
order of attachment for the sum of $5.90, in -an
action pending before him, wherein
William E. Moore is plaintiff, and Colville P.
Terret is defendant, that property of tho
defendant consisting of one hundred seventy-eight
fence posts and five hundred
thirty -four rods of barbed wire has been at,
tached under said order. Said cause was
continued to the 10th dav of May, lscs, at il
o'clock, a. in. William E. Moork, -
A Discount of From 15 to 25 per cent, on all Hats Purchased.
16r0UtiDS0F DRIED BLACKBF.BR1F.S FOR 81.00.
Don't ask for Credit at These Prices.
Cash Only Secures These Bargains.
SOW IS THE TIME TO LAY IN SUPPLIES FOR THE SUMMER
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE,
MacLACHLAN & COOK, Props.
' JJunily (
f 'JJiess reeet..(
Tiwill no doiiBv
1,1 nttr seems v
nxlay fttnl lie and
Mime date. He
;e of the livery
ised by liim. He
e in that business
a success of it.
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f (V....v. y- . j V. ,
Uit will riot be lo4ntil there will be
.igh to mipply ihi demand. If all
01. nt'itui'u u-nrn piiritful find wnritu
butter so it would Veep it could Vie
The executive committee of the ag
ricultural society will meet on Tues
day of next week. It in time for
action to be taken in tho mutter if a fair
is to be held this year.
Last Thursday the household goods
and family of E. D,. Battcrlee went to
Chadron and the hotel will be opened in
n. fw davs. The bouse will in future be
called the Hotel Blaine and will open
with excellent prospects,
Raster will be observed at the church
at 10 o'clock, a. m., next Sunday. An
interestinir program In being prepared
and appropriate decorations will add to
the pleasure of the occasion. All are
cordially invited to lie present.
The indications are that the crop in
Sioux county in 1M2 . will be the befit
ever raised. The acreage will be a ureal
deal larger than that of any previous
year in tlie history of the county ana uie
Yard, to urosiwr-
Best Line to the Enst.
The Burlington Route B, &. M. B. R
. ;., .Wfltk eouinoed passenger
traines without change from Newcastle,
Wyoming and Crawford, Nebraska, direct
to Lincoln, Nebraska, making connection
at that point with their own ui'b"
fv,r Denver. Cheyenne, and all
points west, and for Kansas City, St.
Joseph, St. Louis, Omaha, feorm,
cago, and all points east.
Remember this is the omy ime j
, , i. ..L Diu,nino- i:n.r rom
wmen you inii o.vi....n .- . T;
Ci-awford in tlie evening arriving in Lin
coln anil Omaha tlie nexi iuw( " ''
in Chicago, Pooria and St. Louis the fol
For further information and tickets ap
ply to nearest agent of Burlington
Route B. & M. R. H.
Trees! Trees! Trees!
n,iw Hit annle trees, northern grown
A line line of npples, crabs, plumbs, cher
ry, grapes, and other small I ruit.
2,500,000 forest trees, nursery gnwn,
Th Wo-est nurserv in northwestern Ne
i im Sn(iur:irti(incuaranteel. Write
U, a.niu . ,
for wholesale price list to retail trade.
Kfi.nfimber. I cive the Nebraska farm
er, a weekly paper devoted to the farmer
free for one year, with every ten uonar s
worth of fruit trees bougnt oi me.
Address, 0. F. SMITH,
Ansley, Custer Co., Nebraska.
Reference II. T. Conley, Harrison Neb.
GEO. H. TURNER,
I WILL SELL YOU:
Bon Ton Flour per 100 pound $3 00
Half Patent 3 73
Straight Grade " " " 2 50
Lo-,v Grade " " "
Corn Meal " " "
Chop Feed " "
Bran & Shorts mixed" "
22 pounds Hominy
' Pail Jelly
Pail Syrup -
6 pounds Brofen Java Coffee
1 " Baking Powder -
Tea Per pound
Tomatoes per can
3 pound can Michigan apples
5 " can Trices Baking Powder,
per pound .... 40
Climax & Horse Shoe Tob. per ft 45
4 pounds Joker Tobacco - 1 00
5 pounds Smoking Tobacco - 1 00
7 Choice Cigars - - - 25
DRY GOODS, BOOTS 4. SHOES.
Full Stock Kipp Boots - - $3 00
$5.00 Calf Boots ... a 50-
Ladies Dongola Shoes
Felts and Rubbers at cost.
Calico per yard
Best Grade Outing Flannel, per yd.
Dress Gingham per yard
German Knitting Yarn, per pound
Men's Working Shirts
Will prnetlce before all courts nnn tlie V.
?. Unit Ofllcc. Business entrusted to my
care will rocalve prompt attention.
Come and look at our Hardware, Tinware, Fibreware and
Barbed Wire and get our prices.
GEO. H. TTTIRvHSTEIR,.
B. L. SMTJCK,
Fashionable Barber & Hair Dresser.
One Door Snnt h of Bank of Harrison.
OPEN SUNDAY FROM TO 12,
1UZOKH AND SC1S11!S TUT IN order.
Harrison Lumber Yard,
G. GUTHRIE, Proprietor.
Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Business Conducted on a Strictly Cash Basis,
M OG Miai hCl at LOU ynn m.un,jii
oua Umeji, I
H4HR1HIIN, - - MUUUS&A.
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