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The Sioux County Journal,
THE SIOUX COUNTY
V j. siiHinou. Editor t4 Proprietor.
HH;H,IS02Sr, ZLnTEB., DEC. 1, 1892.
V H. R. Tim table.
6, wlxed 7.00
B--r bnwhel . .
ja-p. r nannrra
PKd-rlmpped pr hand ml f
Iff r i!oz . .
!l-p-r ton .
Hood -'r cord...
Umhir-nHllve per m. ft
"l'orrerted every Tburmlay.
Have you swn the comet?
-This is the first day of winter.
-Finet life of cigar in town at the
-Are jour friends coming to Sioux
county to live?
-IIuw large a crop do you exje t to
have next season ?
-Old :iers for sale at TllE JoniN.u.
office. 5 cents per dozen.
0. (iiithrie will begin the predion l
hi ?rain house next week.
-Two curs of horse were sliip-d
from here the first of the week.
Hightst mnrket prices paid f
ilieat Grant Githwe.
the work on tlie elevator is pro-
sresfiiiis and the building is now used for
-Tlie farmers are putting in tliei
Kara time tretting up a supply of woo
Jfor the winter.
-Tlie W. C. T. U. will meet at the
evidence of Mrs. E. G. Hough on Friday
Wtemoon at 2 o'clock.
-Mrs. H. A. Cunningham is selling
tier inter troods and roillenerv nt cost
ill at residence and secure a bargain.
Happ? and content i a borne with "The Re
ssner," a lamp with the lieht of themornbg.
Ualojpia, write Rochester LampCo.,N"cwY.k.
Rtinemlicr The Journal clubs with
yiy paiier published and by ordering
'hroujjh this office you can save money.
Work for a mill. A good mill will
prove of great benefit to everyone and
Kould also be a good investment for the
Rumors of new enterprises being
puled in Harrison are afloat, but we
knot at liberty to give the particulars
-But a small part of the wheat cro
this locality has been put on the mar-
tyet. The farmers are holding for
-Otto TieUe has moved the house re-
Fitly purchased bv him of Judge
Irker to his homestead north of town
P will soon occupy it
Ht would be a good plan for the
fng people to fix a skating rink. It
uld cost little, excent labor and a
m deal of sport could be had.
hB. L. Smuck savs that the person
i has the pullevs belonging to the
Pge had better brinir them back as
f as possible as they are needed.
Lcmbkr. Pirst-class native lumber
shinele constantly on hand at my
on Kut IWp-v. 13 miles east of
rison. J. E. Antim.
p. W. Hunter informed us that a
t bic bov arnved at the home of
i Serres a few days ago. Sioux
y will soon need anotlier census.
band boys ore making good
in their work auu v i.-
The J'n cyu.'s i,a-.- i - .
i " a large
j n'""W " WinuuiU on suWription
i and otl-r accounts and all are ursed to
call and settle as soon as jxible. Most
of tlse accounts are small, but in tlie
agre-ate tl.y amJ,)llt lu lim)djeJi of
dollars to iu. Ito not wait for further
notioe but call and settle up or send a re
mittal e for the amount.
Your prompt attention to this matter
will he appreciated by
U"seBaiker returned Saturday from
iH. Cook returned from Crawford
V- . Hester went to O-uwforJ Tnes-
The editor of Tin: Joi iism. arrived
nome last Monday from I
eastern part of the stale.
alist-nre he made it his stiecial business
peopU- of the fr.-e land, free fuel,
line climate, good soil and pure water to
lie found in Sioux count v and also of the
cheap himlierand coal obtainable in this
section of the country.
The fact that there is still over eight
hundred thousand acres of government
land in Sioux county yet oien to home
stead was a surprise to many, hut those
who have no land and have been paying
the high rents asked by land ow ners are
taking much interest in the matter and
scening all tlie information tliey can
with a view to coming here to get a
home. The advantages in the cheapness
of fuel, luinlier, etc., are at once recog-
niwd by those who know of the high
price of such things in the eastern part
of the state in the early days of settle
ment and all know that cheiip fuel and
lumber are two great advantages in any
Another thing which is attracting a
good deal of attention is the fact that
tome cheap deeded land can be had in
Sioux county and a number contemplate
coining hero to purchase land and im
prove it and thus make a valuable piece
of projierty out of it. They have seen
the development of the east part of the
state and have seen land advance from
no market value to from fc.r to "i0 per
ac'-e and they are sitisficd that the same
will prove true of northwest Nebraska
as soon as the government land is taken
t-n . Hill returned Monuav from a
trip to Omaha.
Miss Minnie Crane, of Bodarr. is in
Mrs. A. L. Daiiingartner returned from
Fairfax. S. I)., yesterday.
George Valic.;r started yesterday for
the Tilack Hills on business.
1. II. (hiswold and family returned
Monday from their visit iu Iowa.
trip to the .VJmues Clark, of Montrose, was in town
During hisiTuevlav and inlll nt ,M,-
V. A. Hester went to Chadron Thurs
day evening, returning Saturday.
Wnlm Sutton and his mother were do
ing business in Harrison yesterday.
Mrs. Haynes, sister of Mrs. S. L. Ulery,
arrived from Douglass Tuesday evening.
We received some cash yesterday to
apply on the subscription of E. L. Gal
pin. Mrs. S. L. Ulery is on the 'sick list,
having had to give up her .school in Cot
lA !?, Kennedy went to Crawford Mon
day evening where he will lie employed
during the winter.
i-rfT"J. Zutnbrunneu was down from
Pleasant Ridge the first of the week and
called at this office.
p W. Meridith was up from Crawford on
professional business last Thursday and
called at this ollice.
Christ Chrislensen was up from An
drews Tuesday. He is .suffering a good
deal from rheumatism.
John Plunkett culled yesterday ami
gave us some cash on subscription. He
goes to Vorhees today to take charge of
a section ou the F. E. & M. V.
-Henry Brundige and children returned
Monday from Iowa. lie expect-, his
brother-in-law and family to become
residents of Sioux county in the near
In the south part of the state a piece
of land which would not sell for forty
cents per acre a few years ago, sold a
few weeks since for $17.50 and there
were no improvements on it except that
a fence surrounded it, and land which
only a few years ago was passed in scorn
by the settlers is now selling at $2" per
aero with an excellent prosjiect of going
still higher. From what could be
learned it is likely that from fifty to one
hundred families will come from Seward
and Nuckolls counties within me next
few months to make their home in Sioux
county. A party oi iauu
each place expect to come up during the
present month and a number are prepar
ing to move here in time to put in a
... ... : I..,-., fircf In look.
crop, wunoui coiniuB -
Parties living in uranc county
nvestigating this locality with a view
to locating, having just lear.ieu o. ...
excellent opportunity to secure lanu ...
Sioux county. Land seekers and settlers
are also expected from Illinois within the
f.,,, unil tnk lie the wnoie uiiuS
Ntrai mi"'" 1
.o consideration it is but fair tooeie
that the heaviest settlement ever known
in Sioux county will be witnessed
.u future and it is the
.!.,. of every one to exert every
tar of new
.,rir tn aim lu nif ...
CCIfe, w .
a ii a frnnn. eueiuoii. ..v...
comers, i n a -
hv each one will accomplish a great dea
and now is the time to do it.
Notice of Dissolution.
The lirm of MacLachlan & Cook is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. If, W.
MacLachlan will jay all liabilities and
collect all accounts.
IlroH W. MacLachlan.
James II. Cook.
Harrison, Neb., November 28, 192.
-The board of commissioners is in ses
-Rev. Glasner will preach at Boclarc
next Sunday at 2 o clock
i i-nir until they will be able Harrison in the evening
p w. w .1, u .u; .
Vnisb gooI mumc
, and at
t L.,ntv court and a jury was en
. ...it hetween Mm.
rirouertv Tuesday. The jury
fr. :. t 1 . i ..." r -
Lj Botscheu for the poaaes-
ttat It belonged to tlie former.
ciuuura u vcvu -
the Bank of Harrison and are now j
rnii...d. T,.in a i.iicas. nrpNiueni.:
Ul.V- UUIW -. ' ' f
Vtte, vice-president; Chas. E. Ver
iiei: F. A. Castle, assistant
i is trouble betweeu the F. E. &
1 B. & M. railroads so that one
vttakc cars of freight from the
V" tn conseouence the removal of
Dug Hamlin is busy wrestling with
Mrs. Emma Crane visited at the home
of Mrs. Adda Thomas on Sunday last.
John and Pat Dunn spent Saturday in
Jim Dove has gone to Cottonwood for
a week's visit with his friends.
Mrs. and Mrs. Erdmann attended the
Pleasant Ridge Sunday school last Sun
day. They report a good attendance.
Rob Ellis has taken a homestead in
Sheridan county, Wyo., where he says
he can irrigate a hundred acres.
There was a pleasant dance at the
home of S. M. Thomas last Saturday
night. All report a splendid time.
Mrs. George Davis spent Sunday with
Mrs. Corwin Lewis.
Irwin Garten and wife are back in this
neighborhood again. They have been
spending the summer up near Orin Junc
at 7 o'clock.
All such things There will also be services each evening
next week at the church. All are cor
dially invited to attend.
Tlie barley grown in northwest Ne
braska lias always been of an excellent
quality and in making plans for next
years crop it would be a good plan for
our farmers to arrange to put in some
In telling your friends in the east of
the advantages of Sioux county don't
forget to tell them that there is over
forty-five miles of railroad in the county
and not a dollar in county bonds has
ever been issued. That means low taxes
and low taxes is unite an object to the
V MacLoclilan's goods to Ardmore During our recent trip in the east
f . . . .... , .. il 1 ...it!, r. ,n.onl
''a aelaved. nart ot tne state e umevi
. S .rt nf the state the t many farmers. In talking of the small
d girls went skating on Thanks-1 grain crops all agreed uiai mucn
results were ouiameu m ocij
where a nress drill was used. Less seed
is required and the yield is larger and
quality better. If the tests of fall wheat
made this year are at all satisfactory
that kind of farming will prove much
The following is a report of school in
district No. 3 for month ending Nov. 25:
Number of pupils enrolled 23
Number of days taught 19
Number of days all attended 290
Average daily attendance 13
Those neither absent nor tardy were
Cora and Mary Sowers, Elmer Burson.
Those receiving 100 in deportment Mar
tha Carey, Maggie Dove, Nettie Rains,
Minnie Warner, Mary and Walthon
Sowers, Eva Burson, Bertha Glaze and
Clarence Raum. Belle Ulery,
In Sioux county the farmers
iwing. When people talk about
ilier being colder here than it is
utern part of the state they do
,r what they are talking about.
A climate to be found In Nbms
it of Sioux county. Toll your
o com and see for tbem selves,
more profitable when tho press
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