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The Sioux County Journal,
SXAJRIRZSOIT. KEB., APBIL 28, 1892.
; sioux county
Vis. Editor and Proprietor.
JI.VH. R. Time UWe.
fc.U Oglng taut.
...11 I So. J, mixed. 7 :j
N. L. Pollard is liaving five acres of
trees put out on his timber claim south
east of town.
."Judging from the number of cows
to be seen running at large about town
one is leu to believe tliat the cow'ordin-
anue has jiassed into inocnous desuetude.
- jMr hundred
Ire r"T m. IV
tcctel every Thursday.
nh in bulk at Turner's.
knled at tire harness shop.
leal of wheat Is reported as
about as hard in Sioux
iller $1.75 per gallon; 50
t drug store.
full line of farm machinery.
O. H. TLU.NKK.
i couple of load of wood
in and need tliem at once.
I per barrel at
luswoi.n & MAKSTEiJjnt'a.
ndsworth occupies the see
bo Smith biu'ldiry,' as a resi
gns of Frank Dennssig were
cemetery southeast of town
i social hop" at the res-
y evening and a pleasant
!. H. Andrews and family left for
Cozad last Monday where he will engage
in the drug business. Mr. Andrews is a
comjietent pliarmacist and we wish him
success in his new location.
One of the subjects which most in
terests the people in the north part of the
county is the new road from the valley.
The road is also of great importance to
this town and to every resident of the
county, me survey of the road will be
completed in the near future if the
weather will permit and then the matter
can begin to take its course to be opened,
The most important part will be a con
sent road so that work can be com
mon ed thereon as soon as the survey is
completed. The road will be in pretty
good shape before the crop is ready to
market, and w hen opened will be of so
slight a grculs that good, big loads can
lie hauled up.
fU office is Bti 11 headiuar-
Jnting. Call when in need
Jj that line,
'jerk Liiidciiiau will have a
V of small grain this sea-
tm is doing the work lor
, of Cottonwood precinct,
Jliaving a fine field of win
I is hoped more wheat will
,Jte fall in future.
JFirst-class native lumber
'JIBOristantly on hand at my
"T'Boggy, 13 miles east of
NwhiyC. H. Wei ler shipped
es to Children where he
Sis the first of next month.
shipped his household
Joe ear and all went to
jayhart says the most of
Jnamental trees set out by
fare living. Some that
bad sh.ipe died, hut he is
itislied bo that he will put
this year. Others should
ng was engaged in to
t during the past week
i, soma windows had to be
partii'iijan's and specta-
to enjoy the sport, hut it
will le no opportunity to
fain this spring.
KRDEl), The undersigned
?;tle the coming season on
for 80 cents per head for the
f months beginning May 1st.
Iter and plenty of range.
J. E. Ahner,
Postofllce Harrison, Neb.
he attention of the people is
La nnADt.. r,f rr.4.i..r Ua
JIG Ul VLblll Lilly
founds in some kind of shape,
lire buried there will either
oved or make an irregular
n association should be or-
steps taken to properly lay
nd improve the grounds.
Wilson is preparing to set
rd of five acres this spring.
fruit will do all right hi
w to give it a thorough test.
be pleased to learn of other
Ing likewise. The sooner the
out the sooner groves and
ill add to the beauty and
fmnf (Iih idsirm of I.'lhI,
ot near so large as
Tlx worst loss,
in u Mve 'icnrt' waH
V r- A part of his
7 W quite a number
Wle f Siou, eouatyhLd
i escajml with wnall loan,
jtonslrated the fact that it
or a stockman to hay
na iiave ins stock where
of tliem if he wants to
Lewis Pfost was up from Crawford
Mrs. S. C. D. Bastett went to Lawn
G. Rinders was up from Montrose the
last of the week.
Mrs. J. H. Cook was in from, Agate
Springs on Tuesday.
L. M. Ormsby returned from Omaha
the last of the week.
Octave Harris was in" town, yesterday
and called at this office.
G. 1L Turner made a business trip to
Csawford Monday night.
Treasurer Oayhart came up from
Montrose on business Tuesday.
Some relatives of Commissioner F, W.
Knott arrived from Iowa last week.
E. G. Hough left on Saturday for
Kearney to attepd the district con
F. Nutto was in town on Tuesday and
called and gave us some cash on sub
Eli Smith left on Monday for Kearney
to attend the republican state conven
tion as a delegate.
Miss Mi nne E. Smith came up from
Montrose last Friday, haying finished
the spring term of school there.
LJmC Christensen came down from
Orin Junction, Wyo., last Saturday to
visit bte sister, Mrs. E. Rohwer.
Geo. H. O'Kane and Phil and James
McCann were at Chadron the first of the
week, the former to make final proof
and the others as witnesses.
I Mu) Cunningham went to Chadron
Saturday where he met his mother, and
sister who came from Wisconsin to visit
him. They will remain here but a few
C. L. Phillips, who with his family
spent some weeks in Harrison a couple
Of years ago, has returned to Sioux
county and will farm in Five Points
precinct this feason.
C. E. Verity received, a letter from S.
H. Jones a few days ago. Mr. Jones ex
pects tq visit Sioux county during the
coming fall. He is still a resident of the
county as being in the government ser
vice on an Indian reservation does not
causa him to lose his residence here anf
beside, he has property here and expects
to make this place his home.
Until May 1st we Will Sell
at STRICTLY GASH PRICES, our Stock of
The Following List Shows a few of the Many Bargains
. , we are Offering:
California Canned Fruit, 20c a can.
Atlantic Sugar Corn, 10c a can.
Tomatoes, llo a can.
Arbuckle's Ariosa Coffee, 22c a pound.
Uncolored Japan Tea (very fine) 3.1c a fc.
2 fc jar of Crosse & Black well's Preserves
Standard Baking Powder, 20c a pound.
Pail Silver Drip Syrup, 90c.
25 pounds Oatmeal, $1.00,
14 " Dried Currants, $1.00.
12 " Dried California Peaches, $1.
14 " Evaporated Apples, $1.00.
12 " Turkish Prunes, $1.00.
25 bars White Russian Soap, $1.00.
27 bars Union Soap, $1.00,
3 cakes Best Tar Soap, 25o.
4 cakes Good Toilet Soap, 15s.
All kinds of Spices, 20c a pound.
Reduction m all Smoking and Chewing
Best, Grade Outing Flannel, 12ic a yard.
Nice Dress Ginghams, 8c a yard.
Good, Heavy Capton Flannel, 81c ayard.
Heavy all wool Red Flannel, 30c '!
Heavy all wool Linsey, 28c a yard.
Good all wool Linsey, 25c a yard.
Good Linsey, 18c a yard.
Good Checked Shirting, 8c a yard.
" Heavy Canton Flannel Undershirt 30c.
Men's Heavy llickory Shirts, 40c.
Ladies Hose (good) 10c,
Men's No. 1 Grade Rubber Boots, $2.50.
Boy's- " " " " $2.00.
First Class Plough Shoes, $1.25.
First Class Men's Congress Shoes, $1.50.
Old Ladies Shoes, $1.10.
Ladies Shoes (good) $1.15.
Overshoes, felts and rubbers Jess 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.
A Discount of From 15 to 25 per cent, on all Hats Purchased.
16 POUNDS OF DRIED BLACKBERRIES FOR $1.00.
Don't ask for Credit at These Prices.
Cash Only Secures These Bargains.
NOW IS THE TIME TO LAY IN SUPPLIES FOR THE SUMMER
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE,
MacLACHLAN & COOK, Props.
School B porta.
Report of school in district No. 1 for
month ending April 22, 1892:
Number of pupils enrolled 26
Number of days all pupils attended.. 263
Average daily attendance 14
Per cent of attendance 54
Number of visitors . 1
Number case of tardiness....! 1
Those neither tardy nor absent during
the month were Frank Miler and Willie
The following pupils ranked one in their
reprectiyed grades: A grade Cora
Kemp, 96 per cent; B grade Willie
Miler, 90; C Sanimie Kemp, 95; Primary
Charlie Pinneo, 93.
P. B. Smith, Teacher.
Tarpaulins at the harness shop.
A heavy rain fell on Tuesday, but
the shower did not last long.
the recent term of the district
court two cases against ex-County Clerk
Charles C. Jameson and one against, ex
Treasurer E. C. Lockwood to recover
sums found due from them to Sioux
coiinlv came UP. The court ruled
against the county In all of the cases and
Count? Attorney Conley will at once
! carry thojii to the supreme court on
error.he briets in we cases are now
being printed at this office and will be
filed in tho near future. Judge Bartow
held that the fact of the commissioners
having allowed the bills presented by Mr.
Jameson for clerk hire and no appeal
having been taken the county could not
recover. In the mandamus case last
winter Chief Justice Maxwell, of the su
prtme court, stated that the proper
remedy for the county was to bring ac-
UnM n ... i I A... ...... 1 .. r fl 'i . 1 1 f 1 1 u IV 1 1
had wrongfully obtained funds from the
The farmers are putting ill full time
in their fields whenever the weather will
Ak Pratt expects to go to Cozad
Wlflew days where he will engage in
the livery business. He has disposed of
most of his interests in Sioux county.
Brot Line to the East.
The Burlington Route B. A. M. R. R.
is running elegantly equipped passenger
traines without change from Newcastle,
Wyoming and Crawford, Nebraska, direct
to Lincoln, Nebraska, making connection
at that point with their own through
trains for Denver, Cheyenne, and all
points west, and for Kansas City, St.
Joseph, St. Louis, Omaha, Peoria, Chi
cago, and all points east.
Remember this is the only line by
which you enn take sleeping car from
Crawford in the evening arriving in Lin
coln and Omaha the next afternoon, and
in Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis the fol
For further information and tickets ap
ply to nearest agent of Burlington
Route B, A M, R. R.
L. M. Ormsby informs us that his
sheep went through the storm last week
with but little loss, He has made ar
rangements to shear at Andrews so that
he will not have to move his dock for
B. L. SMUCK,
Fashionable Barber & Hair Dresser,
One Door South of Bank of Harrison.
OPEN SUNDAY FROM O TO 12.
RAZORS AND SCISSORS POT IN ORDER.
Sewing machines cleaned and repaired.
Give t me Sat Call,
The following is. a report of school
district No. 2 for the month ending April
Number of pupils enrolled 11
Number of days taught 17
Number of days all pupils attended 95
Average attendance 6
There were no cases of tardiness. Ezra
Tucker was neither absent nor tardy dur
ing the month Belle Russell, Mary KaL
strom and Emma Beekjy were 100 in
deportment. Mabel J. Robinson,
One good well drill complete, town
property consisting of one lot, good
house, barn, good cistern and cellar.
Very desirable property. 30 head of cat:
tie, 13 head of horses, 320 acres of lands,
with springs and running water, fair
buildings, good well, 45 acres broke and
about 4 miles of fence. For further par
ticulars see or address
T. O. Williams,
' Harrison, Neb.
INDIANA RANGE CO.
OF WROUGHT STEEL RANCES
QUIJJVAN A CONLEY, lawyers.
Will mAcTici m all tub local, math
and 'federal court and V. 8. Luna offlco.
LEQAL PAPERS OAREFUULY DRAWN.
t t I t 4 t
tJf Office In Court House,
HARRISON .... NEBRASKA,
Giiarantsed to be the most eco
inomical, most durable and most
perfect Range on the market.
Suitable for hard or soft coal, or
Send for catalogue to
INDIANA RANGE CO.
STATE OFFICERS :
James E. Boyd Governor, Lincoln, Neb.
T. J. Majors.. Lieutenant Governor
J. C. Allen Secretary of State
T. H. Benton....... Auditor
John E. Hill Treasurer
G. H.Hastinga : Attorney General
A. B. Humphrey --Land Commissioner
A. K. Goudy Supt. Public Instruction
A. S, Paddock U. S. Senator, Beatrice
C. F. Manderson : V. S. Senator, Omaha
W. J. Bryan, Congressman 1st XJist., Lincoln
W. A. McKieghari, "' 2d" lied Cloud
O. M. Kern, 3d " Broken Bow
S. Maxwell . Chief Justice, Fremont
T. L. Norval .r..Aseoclate Judge, Seward
A. M. Post Associute Judge, Columbus
D. A. CampbellClerk and Reporter, Lincoln
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT :
M. P. Kinkaid 1 Judge, O'Neill
Alfred Bartow chadron
Conrad Llndeinan ...Clerk, Ha'rrisou
S. Barker Couuty Judge
Conrad Lindoman i.l...Clork
M. J. Gayliart Treasurer
A. Southworth Supt. Public Instruction
Thos. ltwidy Sheriff
Geo. J. Shafor Coroner
A. R. Dew.. Surveyor
Conrad Lindoman Clerk of District Court
II. T. Cpnley Cpauty Attorney
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:
John A. Green, (chairman) 3d Disirict
V. W. Knott 1st "
M. J. Wcbor 2d "
W. Wilson Senator, Dist No. 14, Chadron
El. L. Hoath Hop., Dist. No. 53, Rushville
Thomas Ilouly (chairman) Trustee
Grant Guthrlo "
C. E. Verity "
C. II. Weller "
W. II. Davi Clork
G. Guthrie... Treasurer
J. W. Scott Street Commissioner
Mrs. E. G. Hough Director
W. II. Wright -----Moderator
G. VT. Hester Treasurer
TEEMS OF COURT:
District Court, At Harrison, commences
April 18th and November 21st, 1802.
County Court, At Harrison, commences
first Monday of each month.
CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES.
M. E. Church Preachbig each altornato
Sunday at 10:30 a. m., and every Sunday even
ing at 7 ::. Rev. W. O. Gleasnek, Pastor.
Episcopal seryicos on tho second Wednes
day of each month, at 7 o'clock p.m. Com
munion at 3 p. m. Chas. E. Snavelt.
Methodist Sunday School meets every Sun
day morning at 11 :30.
MRS. W. O. Glasnkb, TV., H. Davis,
Biblo School meets at the church each Sun
day afternoon at 3 o'clock.
S. O. D. BAS8ETT, Supt.
GEO. H. TURNER,
I WILL SELL YOU:
Bon Ton Flour per 100 pound $3 00
Half Patent ' 2 75
Straight Grade " " " 2 50
Lo-.v Grade " " " 1 75
Corn Meal " " "1 30
Chop Feed ' 1 15
Bran & Shorts mixed " " 90
22 pounds Hominy - 1 00
22 " Oatmeal - - 1 00
20 " Pail Jelly 95
Pail Syrup .... 95
6 pounds Broken Java Coffee 95
1 " Baking Powder - 25
Tea Per pound ... 15
Tomatoes per can - 11 1
3 pound can Michigan apples - 11J
5 " can Prices Baking Powder,
per pound .... 40
Climax & Horse Shoe Tob. per lb 4
4 pounds Joker Tobacco 100
5 pounds Smoking Tobacco - 1 00
7 Choice Cigars 25
DRY GOODS, BOOTS 4 SHOES.
Full Stock Kipp Boots - - $2 00
$5.00 Calf Boots ... 3 50
Ladies Dongola Shoes - - 1 25
Felts and Rubbers at cost.
Calico per yard ... 05
Best Graxle Outing Flannel, per yd. 14
Dress Gingham per yard - - 10
German Knitting Yarn, per pound 90
Men's Working Shirts - - 00
Come and look at our Hardware, Tinware, Fibreware and
Barbed Wire and get our prices.
Harrison Lumber Yard,
G, GUTHRIE, Proprietor.
Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Business Conducted on a Strictly Cash Basis,
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