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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1894)
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THE KIOUX COUNTY
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lc J. Mwnions. Editor and I'rojirlrtor.
F. K. 4 H. V U. U. Time inlil .
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Poultry per oz -.--
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Beuu per Tt- ......
t'ol jmt tin i
Txl per cord.. .
.jJfUuilier-nutive per in. ft
1 r(:orrei.-td every Tburii'laV
Paper napkins for m'.o at
II. J. Smiley is at worjt; on a house
On liis honiostead east of town.
Remember that The JutitNAL office
il beadciiwrters for job printinp.
Don't forget the irrigation conven
tion at Harrison on February 2Uh.
Old papers for sa,lo at THE JocrnaL
office. t cents ier ki?.en,
Don't mtM the box social a,t the
church tomorrow evening. A ''ood time
ip assured. .
If you want to sell yoyr land, list it
with Simmons & Smiley, real estate
Nels E.ik'brct will build a new bouse
On Ins farm ea.it of town in the near
On account of Ireakjiy; the press
the last issue of TiI Jol'iiNAL wan
days lute in j.;ettin out.
Sid Wilson is preparing If) UnlJ B
Dew house on his homestead as, yton a.
tho weather will permit.
-Take out ft policy in the Preferred
Mutual Accident Association. It is
tlit-ap and reliable. I. J. Simmons,
A new daughter arrived at the homt
of ex-Coun'.y Clerk Lindeman on last
All kind u" wood work done al
friddy's blacksmith shop, opposite TlIK
One of J. C. Ambrow's Jiorses got
kicked on the lej; a few days a'o, so that
U Ikis to lay up for repfiirs.
Kememlxr ttiatTllE Joi r('M. clubs
with almost any publication in tht
United States awl can save you money
on rour reading matter for the ensuing
TbP.man from AlUrt was here tb.
of tfie tik but we haye not learned ol
fci having made any convert tu that
country, although, some talk a little fav
orable. Samuel Jenkins, practical lxiot and
kboe maker. Cowboy boots a hcialty.
Rep,iinn promptly and neatly done.
Satisfaction uaranlwd. Shop second
door south court hoijse.
Will Phillip is expected to arrive
the latter part of next week from Sew-
and count v with a car-load tf poods nnil
tck. Mrs. Phillips is expected about
the same tiniw.
Otto Tietw drove his team into bis
feed lot with a load of feed a few days
ugo and w hile unloading it a steep gored
tn of the horses io badly that it died.
It was rjuitu a loss, as the aninial was
!t. is wid that there is more snow
here than there is alony It itimnp Wat. r
uud more west of here than in this vu-in-
itv. At Lu.-k and west of there it is re
ported as liti hard for cattle to pet
feed Hnd unless the now troes of kooii
the loss will Ui prc-tty heavy.
Should the board of county cornniis
s'ioneni decide to fix up s mia of the littb
things which have leei) neglected ijring
past years on account of payinp olt tin
iodcbledjiexs of the county, it mifjlit lie
wall to have-ii walk laid ub.n,; the Jots
belonging to tbo county to tile front
door of tlie court lion-. !-w years
ago the yillngo nuthoiities had a walli
fonst runted by the lot owners to the
.dge of the street adjoiuinj; the county
property anil it would be no more than
fight should the walk bo completed to
(tie ixmrt house. It would cost but lit
lie and would be a preat improvement
In anonber column appears a call
for the people of Sioux county to meet
in mass convention to divusM the ijues
tion of irrigation an l what can be done
to advance the interests of the county
and northwest Nebraska by the use ol
.he water and to make elforts to get H
greater supply of water than is now at
the command of the people. This meet
jng idioulJ be ottended by all who can
rtrruii;:e to be present. It is not- ulolie
for those who live along thu streams,
for tha theory of artesian wells will re
(xt'we a good deal of attention, so that
those living on the table lands sboub
lake us much interest in the meeting as
ny one. Those who desire water for
domestic purposes should attend as well
as those w ho want to use tli-j wuter on
the land for an effort should he made to
obtain a law which wil' be fair and just
to all and therefore all classes should lie
on hand to look after their own inter
(kiilM. Tbo meeting will be one of the
most important ever held in Sioux conn
ty mid a large number will, in a) piubu
(ouiilj Irrlfttluu n rent Ion.
The peo'ile of Hioux ivuui; urn hereby
invited to uttend a mawi meeting to I
held ut the court Iiouim) at Harriwn, on
Saturday, February 24, 1M4, at 1
o'clock, p. u!.. for the purpose of orin-
iitij; u county irrigation association to
woi k in conjunction with tha Northwest
Nelrak i !rrijation Association, and to
discus-, and devise ways and mean to
secure ttye legislation needed to advani e
awl protect tlie interests of all in the
use tl:e water of the fctrtams both for
irrij,rat,!.i and domestic urpofes, and
also to UWu appropriations tor sinning
experiment wll fr artesian water
and stor.iira reservoirs. All are ur:,vd to
attend. ' "' M. J. Hucwixr,
Vice-ta evident for Sioux county ol
Norti, w j.sl, iebr. Irrigation Association
V.t. ui Hm'.'.r.
The foUi'.ving is the i l (,f l.onor ol
the liraminar uvLartmei.l ol li.irrison
S bool, for. week ending February U.
Do tha DaiUll, Harry Churchill, I.oui.
Hester, Guv Hough.
fylNNK E. SM.ITH,
-Uememlier hat the Voodiiien caui
will be organized on batimlay evenin
Everyone who has arranged, to join
hould I on Land so as to sart it off in
Of id s'uape.
-The buurd of county commissioners
is called to meet on next Tuesday, Fel-
ruary ."0th, for the transjictiou of onli
nary county buiineas, and any person
having business before the board should
l on band.
-Rev'. Edward D. Irvine, the Dpisco-
pal missionary of the Chadron district
will visit Harrison, the lust Wednesday
n February, the Sth iust.. and hold ser
vices at tlie. church nt 7:150 o'clock. All
ire cordially invited to attend.
J. (. Morris writes that he will
return from California some time in the
liter part of March. It is not known
where ho will locate or what he will
age in, but it is. hoped that i.H will
lecide to remain in this locality.
Yesterday was St. Valentine's day
uul all connected with this office were
remembered !V tneir Inen.ls (t and were
nado tlie recipients of nnmcrfius mirth
provoking valentines. Tiie sending
egefl eonuV- valentines is Kinl to afford
lileasure to weak-mincled individuals and
t certainly does (he recipients no harm.
The investigations into the cream
rv matter ins iiroL'res:;ed lar eriomrli so
that il is known that a company witl
capital stock of $'2,000 would be able
to build and equip a creamery as pood
is is needed to handle all the cream that
an be got the first year and the build
up can tie maoo so as to nocommouat
nore machinery when needud. Some
even ttntiK mat fi.wu woiiu ne
nough to start with. Many of the
farmers express a willingness tu take
is much stock ns their circumstances
will permit, hut it will bo necessary to
nuke the share small to enable the
farmers to take stock. The more of
those who sell oream become stock-own-
rs, evun in small amounts, the lietter it
vill bo. if the farmers control it there
will be less dissatisfaction than other
A "Goose Party" was given to the
old maids club by Mrs. I,. J. Simmons
n Wednesday evening. There were
present Misses Wanda and Myrtle Pon
tius, Louie and Claudia Hester, Li Hie
Henry, L'zzie Oerlach, Netta Marsteller
md Minne Smith. Supper was served at
seven o'clock, after which the partici
pants settled down to enjoy themselves
tsold maids do, when at about eight
lock the doors aliened and admitted
Mi-ssi-s. Hert and George Earnest, V. A.
He-t.-r. M.J. Hlewett. Haay ( hurchill.
W. B. Marsteller, W. K. i'.-ntius and W.
II. Davis, who had lieen invited without
the knowledge of the ladies, who were
taken completly by surprise. But ieo
ple are (puck to adjust themselves to
irciirslances, anil inn prognim was
hanged mailing it; a valentine party and
hu evening passed quite pleasantly.
mi fycuiQ m wii in
;.QF S08 FREE-
KlAHuE judb farmer,
i Kt.jrr.D tt ur son.
?.;r:s ; t::omo jcdd.
, ',iti(e.il Xvn & Women.
-.u .'.r,,! iJ -if w deftly .(irrnM
t-. ii-i t
. 'I A,. '.-4. 1 iica (111 OIU0TV
-.-ei.' tiie t')'!", .J-.iita 1'itrra,
cii- r ui .nr-.t 'u.t.i. "- c.r. tui mmy tic
. , . . l,v.)-.i ti i-t t, aided by
: ift- it -( oi c:vl y-ntrn en a ' i rip- ,
jj'jr. lv'ii cou-ir.
A (iiiclca cl n?e Frea Be
i (rtn wrjrv r:il fiu!"rlbftr of the 0
i;i mm Jrju ifAuxr.ti. A if-t ox 40 look
K.ff-i.-. idI-ii. (urih-r luromiwluo, tc,
ORANGE JUDD PARMER
SIOUX COUNTY JOURNAL
BOTH 0m rv Iw ftM. 0
f hi al Suiwortptloti to qiU Ofllo.
W. F. Shepherd was in from .
J. B. Burke came up from liodurc
Sat u i (lav.
Mrs. Sarah Davis who has been ill for
the past two weeks is somewhat letter.
J. M. Smiley is on the sick list.
R. V. Neece was in Harrison Tueaday
uid made a pleasant call at this office.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Tibbet were in town
the first of the week.
Mis?. Tracy Will cau.e up from A"
Irews last Monday.
Mrs. F. A. Castle left las, evening for
the eastern pari of the stato to visit rel-
i i . . . i . i-
Itev. Kendall returned from Uonlop on
Saturday. Hisdaugnter, Jliss (iarnett,
who had been visiting at Rusliville, re
turned with him.
Tom. liu ne.-.t iu;ue a business trip to
Lusk the last of the week.
D. Hamlin and (ieorge Davis blew
in from the northwest Saturday.
H. . Kusse'l represented Andrews at
the county seat on Friday.
J. II. Bartell and P. N. Kirkptrick
made a trip to Lusk last week.
Wm. Miller and J. C. Persons were at
the county seat, on Monday.
Miss Stell Ellis was in Harrison Mon
day. W. A- IJigelow went o AUiance Tues
day evening on business.
Bert anil George Earnest came up
from Running Water yesterday.
A. McDonald was up from the bead of
While River Monday and, called at this
H. A. Cunningham has, recovered
from an attack of quinsy.
John Debeno and Michael Bolter were
ovr from Montrose on Tuesday.
W. P. IIigins, of Cheyenne, hpent
Saturday and Sunday ''i'lj his sister,
Mrs. G. W. Hester.
Cull for Cominl-isloiH-rs .Vei-tlug.
Tlie tioiirl of i.
-ioux CKUiity, Nehr.
i iicri'liv culled
to meet nt tie. office o
eou'nly clerk, nt
, tor tlie train
(..rriHtiu, Ni-tir t-,k.i,
W. ls'.'4. i t 10 o'clock.
tcUou of ordliiury
v tm-.i ne-ts,
1. J. BI.KWKTT,
Final Proof Notices.
Alt persons havittic llnal iroof notices tu
lilts p.ipcr will receive il tn.irkwi copy 01 nu
ll ini-r and lire rcinc-di-d to exiiimne their
notice and If liny errors exi.-t report tlie
mime tq this ulllce ui oitc.tt.
N'tiiice for Piilillctillen.
l.ititd Ollice at Allliuiee, St:!). )
Kehy. 1, lH'.d. (
Notice Is lieretiy (flven that tlie following
n u lsctller lias ttli:d notice of Ids Inten
tion to mi ke tiled proof in Mjpport of Ills
claim, mill t hitf mild proof will tie timde lie-
inn. t lius. l-.. ei- iv. i . . i . ii. otiir
at Harrison, Nelirnsik.i, on Murcli
Martin (liivhiirt. nf Mmitrosp, Neli.,
who iiinde II. K. No. V for tlie . uw. i
,nid n. k h. - (! l., tji. .,, r. :n.
Hi. leoiies thu followiiur wit-tesseH to prove
Ills continuous rnslileticu lipqii unit euuivu
tloa ol said land, vi? :
Coiirud llettielt. Jiicot) J. wssner iiiriter,
llenrv I'lekenlroek, Theodore I'iukttiihruck ,
all of Montrose, also
Ciiiiriul llcttlcli. (d'Mmitroso. Neb.,
who made U.K. No. li7 for tlie se. '.t see. IS,
tp. r. M '.
lie mimes the folloivint witnesses to prove
his eonHiiiious residence upon uiid fti 1 1 iv-ii-
lion ol saiit land viz;
Martin liavhirt, Jacoli J. y .wseriif mer.
lleiirv I'ieketdjiock. 'I 'lieouore 1'lekealirock,
all ul Montrose, also
Jlniiidl I'tuli iliill, nf Ihirrltm, Neb..
who ii, tide II. K. No. H7 ftr tip- s. n. sec. 2."i,
tp. :il n., r. ."ui w.
He lllltlUH tlie lunow 1I1 wiun:rn lo jm iMr
his continuous residence upon mid cultiva
tion of said land, vi,:
James . M'Ott, Clpirlei H. Seqlt, I-llnui
p. l.indsey, Hush T. I onlev, ll of Harrison.
L' VI I ii 1 1. i, i v,:T.v
21 r, lieKister.
Notice fur I'nlilliiitiim.
Latiil (ifliue nt Alliunee, Neli.,
1-cby. 1, m. )
S'nt lee U liereliv irt veil that the following
mi d Mittler 11 it tiled notice of hl Inten
tion to iiiuke llnal priKif In xtipporl of Iuh
clailtl. Hint thai Miiid pnil will lie ininle lie
(ore i him. K. Verity. I'- s- t t. I omr. lit
ilurrliuii, td)., on .Men. w, viz.
o.r.tr A. (iarttili. of Ibirrlsnii, Nell.,
who made U.K. No. V for t lie . n.i,
ft M. "4 lie. U A lie. ' w. ""C 31, tp. II.,
He ininies the followlnir Itiioxscn t) prove
Ills contlniiom reideiue upon and onllivii
tion ot, wild land, viz:
(tiarles Klehle, William Itlelile, John
Ixnit, lloiner T. .Murium, nil of llurrUon,
Jnlin Frederick Sfluib., of Itnrrlsnn, Neb.,
who made U.K. No. 711 lor the loti 1 mid 2
Hiul kw. ' ne. ' see- S, twp. :i-2, r. fl and kw. t
-. l, we. M. twp. :u II., r .'Ki .
lie nil mci llie lollow ihk w n u,-h m jnove
hl contliiuona reHltlence upon Kinl enitiva
tion of, Hind land, viz :
I linrlcK Itiehle, Wllllani nitdile. Ueii.liiinln
V. '1 lioiniw, til J. Wilcox, all of Harrison,
Jerry II. Will, iiflbirrlson, Noli.,
who tiiHdn II. K. No. .ml, for the miutliwPNt
yr. see. Ill, tp. Sa n., r. S; w.
He niiiin s Hie follow ln w II nessea to prove
hi contlniiotii residence upon and cnltlva
tion ol , Maid land, viz :
John Merman, I harlcn K. Hchllt, KM J. Wll
co,l'lmrlcM lllehle, all of lliirrlaoii Neb.
SI AiJ K. M. UOHKINOTOS,
FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS.
If you want wotk lhat lupIeanRnttirKl pronlable,
enil uii your uildu-it liiuiH-iilnlf.lv. We u nt il men
fnid wonit-ii Itnw In eHin Iroin toft. OO per duv in
M.I,(NH per yeitr wltlniltl InivilifC imil previntM
exiierietioe.aml lui iil-li I In-eiiipln, iiii-nl nt wliu-li
llii-y ciin li in k Hun uinniiiil. NutiiiiiK illllit'till in
learn or that ri-ittilri-n iniu-li tlitni. 'I'la- uork !
i-iuy.lii iiltliv.iiiiil limioriilile, ii nd con bi-ilniicdur.
li.K davlltiM' r i vcnlii!, i-l arli t In toiirown Ini-iil.
It v, wliernvrr vmi live. The renull of a few
Iioum' work often xrpiHlH n weeU' iij,-.
We liave taught ilitiiinntxln of Imtli m-xin nutl rII
niten, intii intniv linti) laid f , n i mia I in on Hint will
mt-i-lv litlii! Ilnm rlelifn. home nf tlie Muni-tout
men In llii rountry owe llielr aitceena In life 10
In Hurt (tiven tlieni wlille ill nnr oniploy yi-nra
Hin. on. render, mnv do n well: Irv II. Yon
I chii.ioI lull. Nociipltiil iied-ii-v Wi-fll y mi out
Wi Willi HMMt-unriK 11, im ,i,- ,
2 MmM ,lvlc, " "
"I' by wrtili for it todny-
0 pelayt iw eftillj.
Willi fMnrnnni unit la new, wuia.aiioiiirs, a
if advice la free to all. IK-lp ynur-
not to morrow.
E. C. ALLEN & CO.,
1 0 1 V lll
ALVIX T. CLARK,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT
HARRISON, - NEBR.
Practices in all the courts and before
U. S. LanJ Office.
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TIlp BEST IN
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LEGAL PAPERS CAREFULLY DRAWN.
Ii ! I t S i
' Ollice in Court House,
L. E. HELHEN & SON ,
Wagon arid Carriage Makers.
nepairln.i; done on -.liort notice,
(ood v. o: U and ri::i-.-!i:ilde. ehi.v-jes.
S-hoj) south o! livel y liarn.
UAltI:l-;lN. - - - NEB.
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Fashionable Barber & H:ir Dresser.
One Unnr Siui'.li tit I!aiil: of J I unison.
OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9 TO 12.
RAZORS AND SCLSWtKi W"'T IV QP.DER.
(dve t m tut Cull,
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See the "Old Reliable"
T. O. WILLIAMS
ruri'linr Tickets anil ('(iiisi-jn Your Freight
F., E.&M, V. S. C.&P.
If. (1. BUHT, (Jonci'iil Manlier.
K. C. MoitRiifH'KK, J. Ii. Buchanan,
Gen"! FYeiKlit Agt. Uou'l Puss. Agt.
J. E. PIIINNKY, M. I).
Physician ml Surgeon.
All cul Ih (riven prompt attention.
Oflice In limit "lore.
MctilM.KY A STOVKIt,
own followlnir brut
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Patent a taken tlirnniili Minm ft Co. reedT
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ooac to mi inventor, -i nia nptnnain paper,
laaneti wwkly, nleoantly llltlntrted, baa by far tha
laiwaat circulation ot any aeianiino work in tuo
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Ever oirered to tbe people of Harrison, and we are confident
tbat we can suit all, botb in
STYLE AND PRICE.
Our stock of Dry Goods, Groceries;
Hats, Caps, Under wear and
Furnishing goods is
We have for Meig, YOUTHS
and Boys, which wq
are selling at
'Ve also carry
Suits and Overcoats,
Made tq Order,
From $25.00 to $40.00,
PERFECT FITS GUARANTEED.
Alsfl cleaning ant repairing done in first-class order.
J. Ckuny, Merchant Tailor,
Lumber, Coal and
Press Claims Company.
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With a view of protecting inventors from worthless or careless ntttorneya
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