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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1892)
1 The SiouxGounty Journal,
THE SIOUX COUNTY
Editor and Proprietor.
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K. Time table.
So. 1) mixed J
Ll-pl UlslM'l -
I per UP"' '
LueMiit-r bu.nci (uewj
U-ntle -per in. ft ..
MVjrircffil every Thursday.
au m another column.
bret and Jos. Ktastny ear
- ut sen -binders last tveek.
Salt ?2.C.") r barrel at
(JRISWOLD & 3fARSTEUJKR-&
--"-r.es Minim llas purchase.) the
"presto! w. E. Moore in the well drill
naiiace is having his thresh-
imr , .1. : . . i
Don't fc.rfiet to save samples of you
io m-ip muke U1 tll. . ,
v. aiKorlli has gone to seek a
place where there is more demand for
ins kind of goods.
HAHISOISr. 1TEB.. AUG. 11, 18912.
a flouring mi
mill would Ik?
hist was a 1 fib fain Monday even-
ieliet market fihoes paid for
it GRANT GlTHRlE.
r0cftbaII is lots of fun but a trifle
on window glasS.
a carry a full line of farm machinery.
0. 1L Tl'RNKIt.
111. A. Priddy will build an addition
Is blacksiuith shop in the near future.
Ifoi'NI) A jack knife, looser
same by culling nt
Ing for this notice.
in. n. Ninth brought in some nice
les of grass last week which will
fliake up the state fair exhibit
H. A. Priddy says it is strange how
people will try to play tricks so
people will think the wind did it.
BLirlill R IVIersnn flloH nn a lu.mn-
II on Tuesday and will make a line
out of a quarter section of govern
LmiiKii. First-class native lumber
shingles constantly on Hand at my
on East Bogey. 13 miles east of
F'-n; J. E. Arnkr.
IHieW. C. T. U. will meet at the
kh 00 Saturday afternoon, Aug. 13,
octet. All who are interested in
law of OUC State Sre cordinllv in-
The eirorts to get
ought lo be renewed.
a paying investment.
mere ;s a scarcity of hauls in this
locality. Men are wauled in the harvest
and hay fields and also at the saw mills.
The crop of winter rre is reported as
being hrst class. The acreage is small,
but will hKely be largely increased next
-The rock work on the new road is
neaiing completion. The road will be
ready for the farmers of Hie valley to
haul their crops to market over.
Henry Brundige came up Tuesday
and put a homestead filing on a piece of
government land. He knows the value
of a good ouarter section of land on
w Inch to make a home.
iJlrs. T. O. Williams was thrown
a horse a few weeks ago and hurt
Mil a little, but of late it has been
Ming her a good deal and is so lame
has no use of it;
Having cmnloved a roinnetent druir
. rf - J u
10 run my store. I will give my
e time to the practice of medicine.
"ills answered dav or nicht.
VV; E BRlfjOMAN.
At tiro sfsjcial term of the district
i last week w new business came
A few equity cn&s' were heard,
lings passed upon and sales ordered
""firmed. No jury of witnesses
am rlosimf out my lumber
in order to devote rny entire atlen
o the grain and coal trade and all
pis knowing tliemselves indebted to
'II .Tease call ani etlfe as soon as
ble." . Grant GlTHRIK-
fi a letter to the Nabraul o Farmer
Albert F. Wood's says: "For g--arminor
anfll Aock-raisintf there is
tnty iito state tnak offei better
lies than Sioux county; good grass,
(soil and timber and, a ctanceto.
t tl'ieCind o.a fttrmyont.
W.Barbour and party left Satur-
Uingfor thel" reservation
L::Lj,n .boui ten days there
"4 Thau nPP
win go to
rdeased with the resuii 01 u.e
The Slate jonrnm . m .
Ined quite an accoum, 01 uw
Ionday . evening a "ne ram
this locality, . "" m'"'j
C wind and little thunder or light-
I u mined, good and hard for more
hour and glaring the night it
I a good deaf more. It vet things
Kood shape anct Will add a good
I busliels to the crop.
Iieriir PeMy received a letter from
IDther in Iowa, last week which in
m a very bad state of affairs. Tlie
tropwill be little more than noth-
M outs will w the poorest crop
p there for year. Tlie extreme wet
oarly jiart of . the geqson was fol
9 a licl of moisture later and
"t wiU be a decidedly short crop,
t iJMnion hn.w f.tiA mivnv for
grinder which in pronouned by
Han in a nosition to iudce to
"1 MIIBK or tha kirul iM tha mor.
Ci . ckto an be
- in ve miouwa and fttdwl
F jobne n wJbl to dP by.
for it keaps tl bevel pn tbe mcUom
"icb is w.roppprUiit thiof
f a tickle do good wr)u.. IVUw
wc4uawiiauii a mochipe would
II to comult him,
A new threshing outfit, complete,
arrived last week for James Nolan.
With the number of machines there are
in the county this year there will be no
need to employ outsiders.
A little 4-year-old girl of J. B.
Burke's got lost of Tuesday and was
found by J. ti. Morris about a mile from
home. She had evidently started to fol
low her father w ho hud gone to a neighbor's.
The Ladies' Aid Society will give an
icecream social il Hie courthouse on
Wednesday eve, Aug. 17. There will be
a short program commencing at 7:JU
sharp. Cream and cake will lie served
immediately after. All are invited.
Alex Lowry 1ms filed a homestead
right on a qiiRWf-fiectioh of fine land
about three miles east 0 town. lie
came here last spring; pllt in a crop and
took time to look around. He says he
is here to slay and derive has laid claim
to 160 acres of Uncle Sam's domain
Mrs. A. Southworth and daughter,
Winnie, were thrown from a buggy last
week. The team attached to the vehicle
became unmanageable and made a short
turn, throwing both the occupants out.
but fortunately no injuries were su
stained except slight bruises. The buggy
was somewhat damaged.
Sam Leeling was in town Monday
and said he had Ins wheat cut and in
hock. He said he had shocked grain in
the east which was heavy but Ins crop
this year is the L'avrest grain he ever
handled. The small grain crop all over
the county is good, with the exception
of some smut iri tho wheat.
E. J. Wilcox informed ifs on Satur
day that he would fiave about one hun
dred tons of wheat grass bay this year.
There is no question that wheat gaass is
the best grass lr. hay that is known.
There are more fattening properties in it
than in clover or timothy. It is a native
of this country and by breaking or thor
ougly cutting the sod vi'h a disc har
row a good crop of it is obtained. Our
farmers would do well to get good
sized meadows of it for hay;
The rate at which people are filing
on land of late is one of the best indica
tions of the .doming of h5w people and
development of the country. A good
many have been waiting, thinking there
was plenty of tim.e, but the assured good
crops here, considered in connection with
the poor crops in many of the older
states and portions of this state has
brought tliem to the conclusion that if
they wanted to gei a choice piece of land
it would be necessary for them to be
about it; and the future will prove the
wisdom of (heir course.
In the car load of cattle shiped re
cently by G. W. Hester was one which
was "held up'' by .the . brand inspector.
The animal, we are informed, was pur
chased by a resident of Harrison from a
party near Crawford and by such pur
chaser sold to Mr. Hester. By what au
thority any one siezes cattle shipped to
market is a oiiejstion. Under the laws
provision is made for, inspecting aud dis
posing of -diseased stock . but Nebraska
has no law creating a brand, inspector at
stock yards. It Is hoped Mr. Hester will
.contend. for his right in the matter.
J. W. Smith was in town Monday,
fiiiiford Shores was in town yesterday.
G. W. Cobb was in from Antelope on
i i iuuv.
1IT f. .
. n. Johnson was up from Glen yes-
J. is. .Martin came down from Suces.
was up from Crawford
Wyo., last week.
Mrs. B, B. Bixby left Monday evenio:
for Nevada, Iowa.
il:ss Mary Lindeman returned from
Sturgis last week.
U. 11. Turner arrived Thursday from
:.s trip to Umaha.
Sheriff leidy was at Hay Springs dur-
g the ast week,
Geo. Walker was up in Wyoming last
weak killing sage hens.
J. A. Hanson ave us some cash on
subscription on Saturdav.
A. L. Baumgartner, of the Herald,
pent Sunday at Hot Springs.
Alex Lowry ordered The Joi-rnal sent
to his brother at Harisoh; Iowa.
J. F. Cook was at Crawford Thursday
to secure hands for the bay field.
Mrs. H. A. Priddy and children re-
urned Monday from their visit to
A relative of S. H. Story arrived from
Oregon last week to visit and look over
J. R. Williams arrived from Chicag
last r nday for a fefr week's! visit with
. W. Maclachlan.
j ne emtor 01 the jontNAi, accom
panied by his daiighter, Miss Nellie
ent to Chadron last evening
A party consisting of Mrs. A. L. Baura
gartner, Misses Mason, Palmer and
Hester and Virgil Hester left for Hot
Springs last week.
A Prize Heii Parly.
II three hundred heng ay three hundred
Kf,V." t"rHe ""'lUred days, liow many heun
III It lull. tr. ..
I 1 Jh 1 iiiinurea epg iu one
. " u.ij b. , me iirNi jieriMm tuiswer-
"K me a.jove problem correctly the pull
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equivalent in cash. To the third permit, a
handsome Gold Watoh, valued at75, or its
r..ilvalent in cash. The net fifty persons
"eliding correct answers will each receive a
prize, valued at from twenty five dollars to
live dollars. Prizes awarded in tlie U. 8. will
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The date of postmark on letters iairiveiil
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RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE,
It is Whitehead.
At the republican congressional con
vention at Chadron last night Hon,
James Whitehead was nominated on tlie
first ballot. The selection was a most
excellent one and will add strength to
the republican ticket. There will have
to lie no apologies iriade for the republi
can congressional canil'iduW. Hbneft.
clean and able; the wisdom of tbe'eon-
vention is commended by all.
- , Married. . ' .
Storm Phoi.-At the county court
room at Harrison, Neb., on Wednes
day, August 10, 1892, by Hon. 8,
Barker, countv iudire. Mr. William N,
8trni-Mllii Catharine Peper, botlk
To the People of. Sioux County.
The undersigned Having been appointed
as a committee to arrange for an exhibit
at the state fair, would urge all to assist
in making the best exhibit possible. We
request that the peohle make it a point
to select sajiipies of grain, vegetables and'
grasses. liaher All samples Jim as they
mature and put them away carefully
and notify the committee of what you
have or deliver it at Harrison not later
than August 30th.
Arrangements will be made so that
the people can deliver their samples
from White Kiver and Cottonwood at
the residence of M. J. Weber or at Craw
ford. A united effort is desired.
M. J. WEBElt.
F. M. Smith.
For Ice . Cream, Lemonade, Confection
ery, Fruity Cigars and Lunch, and
tlie Fruits of the Season.
One Dotu- .North of Ranch Supply House.
Auction Sale of Stoci.
The underpinned will sell at public
auction at Hoyt's livery barn in ILarri
son, on Saturday, September 3, 1893, be
ginning at 1 o'clock p. m.( the following:
One Holstien bull, 3 years old.
Four yearling steers.
25 head ofojYSj heifersand, calves.
Fifteen head of horsefi comprising
work teams; mares and colls.
Terms; A credit of three months will
be given on approved notes bearing 10
per cent interest. A discount of 5 per
cent will be given for cash.
T. O. Williams.
25 Cents Until After Election.
The coming p'resldfintial and state cam
paign will be one of the most exciting
ever known. During this time you will
want a newspaper that., is thoroughly in
touch with public sentiment, and one
that prints the news before it becomes
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prints the news several days earlier than
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same, $1.00 per year. A complete paper
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Giving 104 papers a year,, it is almost as
good as a daily. The old-time weekly is
not in it when it comes to printing news.
A year's subscription will carry readers
all through the campaign and the next
session of the legislature. A big dollar's
A few of. our oilers- The Journal a
year and "Stanley in Africa," $1.40;
Jottrntd and Weekly N. Y. Tribune, both
one year, Jt; ,Jmrnal and Oxford
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As a trial subscription we . will send
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quarter, .Address, ,.
Nebraska 8tatb. Joauwti, a
N'ullie to Xou-Eesident Defendant and tlie
Unknown Devisers of John Khay, Deceased.
Marv8huvftl.fl file nnlrnnvn itvianmi r
John shay, deceased, will take notice that
cm the llith day of April, 1SW, the American
investment company, oi Kmuietsburg,
Iowa, plaintiff herein. II led its iietiiinn In
the district court of Sioux Countv, Nebraska,
against said Mary Shay aud the unknown de-
usees 01 jonn snay, deceased, upon the N. W.
of See. Si. Two. af N. Hire. M W. of the fit.h !
M. ill Sioux county. Nebraska. One ot said
mortgages to W. J. Uowden to ncenre the
liavment of ten nrmiiiwr,T-r tw.t.tu .loti.d
July 1, 18U1 for the sum of V.ii each, with in
terest at ten per cent alter maturity, and
the other mortgage to W. 1.. Telford to se-
ure the payment of a promissory note for
moo, due live years from date with inter
est at seven per cent, per annum, payable
seiui-annually and evidenced by ten coupons
for tl'i.ib each. Plaintiff is the owner of all
of said promissory notes for 5.25 each and
also of the lntesest coupons of SI2.i5each
which became due on the first day of July,
!s!t and tho flrst day of January, 18(12, and
default has been made In the payment
thereof, and there Is now due the plaintiff
011 said notes and interest coupons aud for
tuxes expended by the plaintiff which have
become due on said tract of land the sum of
111.10, and interest at the rate of ten percent
per annum from the first day of April, 18S2,
and plaintiff prays that said premises may lie
decreed to be sold, subject to the principal
sum of 350.00 and interest maturing after
January I, IsUii, to satisdy the amount due
plaintiff thereon. You r are. required to an
swer said petition on or before the mth day
of September, 1892.
Amkeican Investment Company,
Hy W. W. Wood, Its attorney. Plaintiff.
First publication August 11, 1892. 3-51
Notice to Land Owners.
To all to Whom it mat Concern :
The commissioner appointed to establish a
roail commencing at the northwest corner
of Sec. 0, Two. 3, 11.57 ; thence running two
miles east, thence diagonally to a point X
mile, west ot the quarter corner between
sections II and 12; thence one mile south:
thence! mile east: thence mile south:
thence H .mild east; .thence diagonally to
111c quarter ccrnnr octw een sections 24 anu
19, thence k mile south; thence one mile
east; thenco one mile south; thence one
mite east anu. lucre, terminating nan re
ported in favor of llic establishment thereof
and all oblections thereto or. claims for
damages mufit be filed In the county clerk's
office on or before noon, of the 15th day of
October, 1S92, or said road will be established
without reference thereto.
411-49 County Clerk.
Groceries, Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes, Hats,
Gaps, Furnishing Goods
and Crockery Sold at
LOWEST GASH PRICES.
PAIR if HONEST
Tlie Celebrated "TAMBOB MAJOR"
Gigar for Sale,
GO TO THE
Ice Cream Parlor,
Reasonable rates in any locality and to
Call on or Address ,
Sc'OTt & jOHNERT,
Harrison .... Nebraska.
ULLIVAX & COSLEY, Lawyers.'
Will practice in all Thb local; statb
and federal courts' and V. 8. Lund office.
LEGAL PAPERS CAREFULLY DRAWN,
t i t t . t
Office iri Court House,
Will practice before all courts and the U.
8. Land Office. Business entrusted td my
care will receive prompt attsntioh.
HARRISON, - - NEBRASKA.
L. E. BELDEN & SON,
Wagon and Carriage Makers.
Repairing done on short lidtlcc. ...
Good work and reasonable charges.
Shop south of livery ham:
Furcianfl Tickets anil Consign Your Freight
Yia the -i
F E. & i. V. S. C. & P.
H. G. BURT. General Manager.
K. C, 1Iorehoc8E, J. R. Buchanan,
Gon'l Freight Agt. .Gen'HW Agt,
CALL GLT I PRICES.
IdacLACHLAN & COOK,
Groceries, Dry Goods, Furnisfimg
Goods, Flour and
IAND A FLXL LINE OFZ
; - t
Hardware, Tinware, Barbed Wire and
Rake, Tind Mills, Pumps
w hen in town call and se bur
goods and get our prices.
GEO. H. TURNER;
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THE CHAMPION VA60N
Will guarantee It to please or
10 -. nv wnippinK or
toufftie, and no aloe draft,
no matter now roturn tbe
road. Parts peculiar to
the Champion warran
ted for three years.
Write at . once for
prices, terms and
agency to ... .
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