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The Sioyx County Journal
HIR;R;lS0Ir. 1TEB., OCT. 20, 1892
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IK SIOUX COUNTY
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TurrsctMl overy Thursday.
Republican Nominee for Congress,
will address lite jxxyle of Hioux at tlie
(GOT IlOUSf; IN JIARRISON,
Friday, October 21, 1892,
At 2 O'clock, p. in.
Lomt' every one and hear
the ehKiueut candidate and
judge of his ability and de
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nut; WIU'IIHT or hot lie It?
worthy of your support.
T. O. Williams lias gone to Wyom
ins to drill welis.
Jell your friends to come quick if
tliey wanf, to jref lifst lioice of land.
MP H. M. Warneke has moved into
the second story of the Smith building.
It is reported that a little child of J.
W. hingdon was severely burned a day
or two ago.
V. A. Hester and bis sisters will oc
cupy rooms on the second Moor of the
Thk JoriiNAL, one year, and the Srmt-UVvA-
Stale Jimrwd from now until
Jan. 1, 1M'J4, for only f3. Subscribe at
-Happy and content is a home .vitli
- Wjii'tehead at the court house Oct.
J. L. Smedes lias put a liause on his
-A little child of Rolmrt Wallace died
llrsl of the week.
Old pers for sale at The Jochsai.
e. 5 cents per doxeri.
0. leintf tdii a tar bvn r
s to Iowa Tuesday evening
A little hail was mixed with the rain
idav eveninjr, but did no harm.
Hiirhut market prices paid for
at. ORAST OlTHKlK.
f)o not fail to liear Wfiitehead and
iod at t'ue court house to-morrow
To-morrow is "Columbu liny" and
t of the schools will have appropri
Fred Betschen ha4 the misfortune to
a good horse last week, by an attack
oroe sort of distempter.
There is need Pf some work being
e along the Sowbelly road. It is a
road to travel at present.
roll bA!.fi My stock of millinery
Mks. H. A. (inmnuham.
About live incites of wates fell dur-
the rains of last wk." The ground
ell soaked and in good shape for the
I We will take your subscription for tiev are left as they are,
pt, great ttvice-a-week paper, the hlati j VV. Smith will open a boot and
tirnul. Only one dollar froiri now un- ... ;,., im in Ounnineliam s
j m oe IC KllMUh - 'J
Jan. 1, 1H(4. , ,,. . npvf Monday. Mr.
Smith is a cood workman andguaran
lust gave and entertainment to a ips his work and invites tne puono 10
ill audience at the M. E. church last bring him anything they have to be done
ursday evening. in his line,
nleniner in Sioux
shingles constantly on hand at my county, J. J. Kipp had a little paicii
on East Boggy. 13 miles east ol planted to tomatoes, auoui oite-.i.CCi".,
riMon. J. E.AKNKH. Afn acre, from wiik-m
The fame of Harrison as a grain f!0 worth besides all he fjT
ket is extendinir far and wide. The away, and tnere are v
Lrl,. ..,; m fnrirra n uhicll Clio not npc.i
r... ..v-.-o die laiiiiifc . c- TT ,
Ti..,i; W. ( . X. U. nare ci
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, i..i.. i Rnnd.iv Oct 22 and
apariiiiu-v - . .
last evening 2a lor specuu
Union is reijuesiea w iiitol l
nt2 i). m. Saturuay anu wi.o
port a temperance meeting at 7:30 p.
lnv. All are hiviicu-
elm1nn Burky, of Montrose, raised
"The Rochester;" a lamp with the light
of the morning. For Catalogue, write L Snyder was up from Sheep Creek
Rochester Lamp Co., New York.
With new people coming in and new
business enterprises starting up the spirit
of rustle is greatly revived and a pros
erous future for Harrison and Sioux
county is assured.
-den. C. II. Van Wyck, life independ
ent candidate for governor is to sjieak in
Harrison on Oct. 28th. He is the only
speaker the independents expect to have
here during the compaign.
Spring wheat brought as high as 53
cents in lliirrison during the past week.
It is the quality of the wheat which
commands the price. Sioux county pro
duces the liest wheat in the state.
It would le well for the village
board to have the planks and charred
limbersvhich are lying about the streets
near where the fire occurred picked up,
... . i J if
Some one will nave a norse injur u
ihe JoCRXALS books show a large
numlier of delinquents on subscription
and other accounts and aJJ are urged to
call and settle as soon as possible. Most
of these accounts are small, but in the
aggregate they amount to hundreds of
dollars to us. Ho not wait for further
notice but call and settle up or send a re
mittance for the amount
Your prompt attention to this matter
will be appreciated b;-
Osborne left on Friday for
fieorge Walker sient Sunday at Chad-
Miss IJa Schwartz spent Sunday dowi
B. F. Johnson returned from Chad ran
LfCTTn R. Shepherd left for home Satur
Leonard Daut returned from Montana
a few days ago.
Miss Ellen Satterlee came up from
NfrS. G. H. Turner returned yesterday
from Indian creek.
Jarvis Richards came up Monday to
join the wolf hunt.
Will Phillips orders The JornNAt, sen
to him at Cresham
at any place
A reception was given
M. ... I
iss Ellen Satterlee, at the residence
r f n H nriswold. The
9 a-f v -
ig people who were present rep
IJonot ail to near wmi ..v vie,ded 24 bushels
aii nnn Afford to a crop oi . . ...
3l" r. ond be sold the seed tor wi cents
one uay 10 pouu " j - 1 .
your arrangement to come more than the market
son on that pay. . , d shows that farming
lmo-t very day we ! of more P w()en it jg properly
fBrmem , Vhlt done,
ti. on lv cauno ii 1 . . ..ui:
1U" '...i. : .r. not larirer. V L. A. Brower, OI naurou, repuuu-
lds being Pul1 . , ,i:,it. tnr rpnrospnt.it.ive for this
ii made as it is. """""" ---
ir tests win .
the new roau i
except the three mis
t 4r DC
. . ... . 1 1 Atar wn n"
llxrid nd wiU mUCh bettel'
L-M from all directions are be
fiZtMvt the fac t that the mer-
rZot . Hwrison sell goods cheajier
C&fS owl be bought elsewhere and
rA taking advantage of the condi-
ery one should get in line and
Ule and develop the country.
who does not should be branded
itor to his home and accorded a
.bent that will show to him tlvt
I 'have no use for such a creature.
Wther good, soaking rain fell he,"e
lunday evening. The ground is
nill of water and lots of it ran off.
little btd for the farmers who had
t their threshing done, but it puts
Wind to excellent condition for
irj one who oonee hen to look
foountry to epy oat the land i
Jtiued than he eijikcted to be.
M the best encouragement which
I offered to other, la the two
from Seward which have recently
)ere there were twelve nwa, all
jn; and every one of them Died on
purchaned land or began action
Innre what they wanted. Who
district was in Harrison a short time yes
terday. He met a number of people
here and expects to be vhere on
Friday to get better acquainted with
them. He is a pleasant gentleman and
made a good impression on all he met.
F. M. Smith was in from Bodarc on
Tuesday and made a pleasant call at this
office. He has the material at his place
for a new house which he expects to be
gin work on next week. Mr. Smith is
an old settler in Sioux county and has
made a success with his farm and is
anxious for mow people to locate near
A few days ago Mrs. Mary E. Mac-
Lachlan received by express from Scot
land nn deir-loom of much interest. It
is a Bible which was printed in 1003,
bound in leather with a leather cover en
casing the entire book. The leaves are
time stained but well preserved and the
old-fashioned style of spelling and form
ing of letters add to its interest. One of
the most curious features of the book is
that at some early date some of the
leave got town out and destroyed and
some on copied the missing leaves from
another Bible of the same edition, the
copying having been done with a pen
and in e neat and regular a style as to
almoat equal the printing. The book is
primd very highly by the possessor and
arrangement will be mnriV for it to be
the first of the week.
J. J. Kipp added his uame to our list
of readers on Tuesday
JSrm Dunn is home from the B. & M,
extension in Wyoming.
H. W. MacLachlan left Friday even
ing for Omaha on business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wright attended
the fair at Chadron last week,
A. Castle called on Thursday and sub
scribed to this news disseminator.
A. W. Olds called last Thursday and
added his name to our list of readers.
J. W. Scott returned Saturday from
Chadron. His eyes were somewhat im
Jlfrs. J. H. Cook and Miss Bessie Sondes
were up from Agate Springs the first of
H. J. Smiley and Henry Covey added
their names to our list of readers last
TTJ-. Cook left on Monday evening for
Chicago to be present at the dedication
of the world's fair buildings.
H. T. Zerbeand his toother came down
from Cascade last week and the latter
left Monday evening for Omaha.
Robert Keel was in town the first of
week. He still has to carry his arm
in a sling but will soon be all right
Attorney Fannie O'Linn was up from
Chadron on Tuesday to adjust the loss
of the Tubbs building by the recent fire.
Two brothers of Mrs. John Corbin were
here last week and expect to invest in
Sioux county property in the near future.
Miss Frances Teq Eyck, who has been
visiting at Agate Springs for the past
three weeks left Monday evening for
L J&-T. Conley and family went to Cot
tonwood last Thursday, where Mr.
Conley addressed an independent politi
-O. H. Turner has had new glass put
into the front of his store building to re
place that broken by the recent fire.
-The Seward party of land-seekers, H.
j. Smiley, Henry Covey, Will, Frank
and Wilmer Phillips, left for home Sat
urday evening, having each made out
filing papers on a quarter section of fine
land lying a few miles east of town.
They will gather their corn crops and
prepare to return here in tne spring to
make this their home, and in the mean
time they will do some missionary work
for Sionx county by telling their friends
what can be secured here, lliey were
highly pleased with the treatment they
received at the hands of liverymen, hotel
men and all with whom they had deal
ings, for all charges were reasonable and
no one attempted to bleed theln. They
say that others expect to come up here
in the near luture 10 get 0 quarter sec
tion of Uncle Sam's land and it is need
less to say that all such will receive a
cordial reception at the hands of the
people of this town and vicinity.
Dug Hamlin took a load of wheat to
mill last week and owing to the severe
rains did not get back until Saturday.
Why doesn't some one start a mill in
liarrison? There s not mucn inducement
in raising wheat when it takes a whole
week to take a grist to mill.
Corwin Lewi is getting well fast and
has begun building a house on his claim.
John Dunn was in your city last Fri
day. Leslie Crane has a new roof on his
house now. He doesn't intend to be
mined on any more.
We mean to give Hon. James White
head a good, large audience at the Rally.
Mrs. Lawler returned to Harrison last
Tuesday after a pleasant visit with
friends in the valley.
George Davis ha been harvesting corn
for Lin Ellis the past week.
Winter has given warning ofhis com
i,rV,Ti h ;hi!avv .freeze .we had last
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All persons owing us are requested to
call and settle their account, as we are
closing out, preparatory to removal.
JBasch Supply House,
MacLachlan & Cook, Props,
A Wonderful Offer.
It is this: We will send you The Semi
Weekly Journal from now until Jan. j,
im, for One Dollar. Remember-we give you
two papcrH eaclj Week-Tuesday and Friday.
All tlie telegraphic uews and markets twice
a week, making it almost as good as a 'daily
This twice-a week feature lias proven a
remarkable success tlie past year, The Semi
Weekly Joukxal now having the largest
circulation or any paper in the mid west.
This Big Dollar's worth will carry you
through the great full campaign, and all
through tlie next legislature. Wc reach you
with the news a half a week earlier than the
old fashioned weeklies. No usercadingstale
news when you can get it fresh from the
wires at the price. We have odt own tele
graph wires, and correspondents all over the
country. It takes money to get news, aud
we are sending it. We can afford it because
our circulation has quadrupled the past
We have a few of our Great Stanley Books
left. Will send paper to Jan. 1. 1894, and the
book prepaid for il.40, or if you send us your
own and another new name with $2, we will
scud you the book free. This will be your
lust chance to get this great book. We give
the paper and our Oxford Bible for $2.75. We
give you the N. Y. "Woedcly Tribune' a year
snd the Journal to Jan. 1, 1804, for 11.23.
Regular price of Tribune is 1.00. Or if you
send your own and another new name with
wc will send you the Tribune a year free
Don't delay but send us j'our ordors at
once, as the sooner, the more papers you
will get. Nebraska state Journal,
B. L. SMUCK,
Fashionable Barber & Hai,r Dresser.
One Poor Sontli of Bank of Harrison.
open sunday from 9 to 12.
razobs and scissors put in order.
Sewing machines cleaned and repaired.
Uye t nic a I Call,
J". W. SMITH,
Boot and Shoe
Shop With H. A. Cunningham.
unable rates in any i
Call on or Address
SCOTT U BOHNERT,
fcoturt n hart kom down In ordinary wind! jk fnlau hncnwn
tb.l lb. stnl Whatl 11 unnfa. Jndia it only bj th Aarnotor,
In tliia rear'i bliisarda and reloneatba Aarmotor lau IB pra
MtMH.t.lv mmk I mi than an. woodan lhaal. whita MW IMS
of tha iniutian ataal onaa baa fraqaantlv baea total. .
45 told In '88
2.288 told In '89
6.260 sold In 00
20,040 sold InfH
60.000 wW be MM hi 92
V Steel Windmill end Steel
s- f Tower eer mlnytee.
P-' 0 TheeegureeteMthe
iteel iTermoter. Where
one im. othere follow,
and wa "Take the Country."
Tnouk aold, a won inabla (0 naia all of
In mfitt Aamotora In ft. OrdaraoAaa
T 111:7 inaiiuao oar pwni ana an onp
1 itoBBtlyu plant oar Iniraaao la ai
SftBusus portion or tna tuna.
An n amrlouto (now aov no aer
metOrCO. Inuatin yoarof llaailot.
aooo, onow to naaa many Ttmva na
man windmills) ae all other
makare oomhlned f J
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1 Um Btcl Fixed T0WT,tll BtMlO
lit. WflABfflMIllnftftlMU 1
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MiJ I mj l 1M "mmeiioaa In a aH In e
l.llt. Until Jll them Mm ma Uleflt or IBM- s3
I wkUk than bad bMa no improt-
I ffMfU for u ar, uani
WB,naiiDne tw ;n vent rawwa m
of our lmrtmtJon 5 1
I murateotun.zbHfaT talso-
(rorTiVtan uS tv
to routioB, oUtrMtttti 1b tki
wkooL nok as kotTj voodon area, obalnaaou boron iko
fwa. aa IB too TBMiaoa nun, ana mxaj omct bmto wo b j
rM, Uob bo! looa Important anonlont. Theee 1
ana ttve riOT y n aany aentwrernnee i
KhM been done. ... ..... ;
on. To tu nnani pouoj or w
itor daily aemonetratea am
icj or th. ItrTBotcr Co., taat raann-11
wry or p.71 Irottbt both woja, and a a
ioflu faetorr which aaabtoa It to ror 1
lantbna tUpooroolloaaUror. Fot "
M. Totlullboral POU070
Ojnt til OQIJl OBtlalBotorT
Bilh too bora onlalo at low
m. a rarmiah um meat perftot beartnaa
pntrnnTdBdjallLandluiTo bmAo aa cxhJIUBttvw r
inlAn at thdt apmottr ai
B jan won otross, Mtftotol fliad 1
ttMsaotojM Hoa than wool and lar
fTaoitool At.niilii)orlfTn want n
want fao towwr too don't harouaUaETo awl TlrtlnC
Towor) and tbo Wfeool tbat raaa vban all oiara naao uu,
BB WBOB BBS U1U in 1 1 MM
in, SnaB, OB. swap wmtm, hub imm hb m
oaw wwd, taat dooo tbo wort of 1 aoa at tao am of
Ti THE BEST. il'Dr
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. ISITonmna. ITturnt ia. aw. -
NEW Hnus S. H.Oo,,
M uU.vg.8t. ;itt..UuHilo.
Commencing Monday. Sept.
19th, we will sell out our
entire stock of Groceries,
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots,
Shoes, Hats and Furnish"
ing Goods at
NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE
FIRST COME, .FIRST SERVED.
DO NOT DELAY.
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE,
MacLACHLAN & COOK,
GEO. H. TURNER,
Groceries, Dry Goods, Furnishing
Goods, Flour and Feed
ZAND A FUIX LINE OK
Hardware, Tinware, Barbed "Wire and
Rakes, Wind Mills, Pumps
When in town call and see our
goods and get our prices.
GEO. H. TllRNER,
A MARVEL OF BEAUTY AND
IN HEATING POWER.
KiOLUTELY air-tight; HOLDS FIRE from 12 to 34
hours. Every inch of metal exposed to the fire is also
in contact with a rapidly circulating current of air; this
gives tlia rr:tcst possible ECONOMY of hUEL and
EVENNESS of TEMPERATURE.
It can be run red hot without injury, and ONE
BLACKINQ lasts an entire season. It U the
BEST soft coal stove in America; wiJ work every
where and is GUARANTEED TO GIVE SAT
ISKACTION. Enquire of your dealer for it If
ne docs not keep it, write to cs. .
Joliet Stove Works, W
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