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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1894)
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THE SIOUX COUNTY
(JOU!R 1ST .A. Xj.
L. J. Simmons. TilKiir and Proprietor.
F. E. 1 M.
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l.iiiiiN-r- niitlvc - m r in. It
ii i orn cti I ri ry Tlmrlny.
Free il.im e July 4th.
One "or two showers i ilay wt'liiH to
be'ahuiit the or.lcr of lliinics of lute,
Ail kinds of woinl Weill; iloiie at
l'riiMy's li:u -k Miii tli simp, opposiic The
Tin; county bi;ul oxi t to fjet
through with tin1 work of eipiuhziition
this ct k.
Tiir reliable, first l;i-ts ili-iitiil work
of any klti'l, i!i to T. J. (;ilsnt t.V.vv
II. J. Smiley unil V. N. Kirkpatrii k
with their families ttcn- tin! pm-,ts of
l'ft'T S( hiffcr, ut lioilurr, lust Sunday.
I t n"t hi.ik'j a mistake hy toiii to
Komi' n! Ii. r l i' to smi I thi! 4th.
H irrisoii is tin: pl.r : to spriiil tin: day.
X munia'i! Iii'i-iiii was (.rrantisl hy
JimI'i; Wi! ,ii on Tu"l iv to II. F. H.
Hass.- uiiM,,, li-iiiallMilhir, hoth of
Th aiiiiual .si hool meeting in ca' li f
the school ilistrii ts will lie held on Muii
day, Juny "ith that lwin the last JIoii
day ill ('' iiionl h.
UcV. K"ndall irci.ivi.d word thai his
Iiotm.! was at Whitney and Monday even- j
in W. I!. Mar-teller wi nt don on the
tram an I'roile tho aninial;hoiii next
Our readers wlm live nearvvhero tli
wild fruits j;row tdionid hear in mind
that if they h ive not cash we will take
fi uit on account at the market price.
The smiiual si hool meeting of this
district is called to meet at the school
house on net Monday, Jcino 2'ith, at -1
o"clock, p. in. Kvery one intere.sttd in
w hoid matters should attend.
Kupt. I'avisi him cotisti ucted a tele
graph line from the postollicu to his
residence, liotli he and Mrs. Havis being
telegraphers, so that now ho will have
uo excuse for lx.iiig late at meals.
-When the storm came up Sunday even
ing liu If ('oii'ee was one who viewed the
raging elements ilh a clear conscience
for he was in town the day before and
h'juared himself with lito printer.
I tr. rhinwy informs uh that J. E.
Wallace is much improved and may yet
get up again hut it is likely that his
mind will In: somewhat ell'ected. Some
of this tiluml vessels of the burin are
ruptured and he cannot fully recover.
TilK Jul i:SAI. wants a correspondent
in every seit lcment in the county who
will w.nd in the local news each week.
If those who will act in that cajKicity
will send us notice to that ellect wo will
wnd them ntationcry at once.
SxiiAVKIi I' l'om the residence of the
undersigned, near Glen, two dark bay
mares, three years old, weight alxmt
1,200 KjutKls, each, branded colt's foot.
A liberal reward will lie laid for infor
mation leading- to their recovery.
J .Wilis T. M.S0', (ilell Nel
l)on l wear out yoorsell and jour
mower stickles by Using the old-fashioned
fi-indiiiir stone, but tret u, ('line sii kle
grinder of K. Iv. Livermoro. He will lie
In llarnsoo each Monday soul Saturday
MkI will sIkjw you 'all about tiiem.
Thev will save more than thev cost ill
n haying season.
Atxmt hilf past six Kmxhiy evnn,
ft nliaf cloud was noticed hy some of
Our Jw-l'li lis it gathered Ml tiio iirH:I II
ky !?fnt tt was not long liefoie it proved
I,) si.ioethiug of a twister, l or a
liu it -emed to lie coming this way
ii! o I'lity't, mnde certain that the
wiy w; clear 1 1 some friendly cave to
wti. h thiv niif ht lh:e shouhl occasion
reoinre. Tliu storm toid an easterly
direction and soon speiH its force. It
I.roved to b in the vicilillV of Oilclirist,
nliout eighteen miles north ol here. Tl
only building it t'W KrH the rattle
Miediof ). W. Wooily.' ltufiw Woody
and his liorso were under tho shed ami
Irfith were nicked uiiand carried a short
fltsiti'r anil net down without injury
xcopt ,s ratches, and the shed was torn
to pi'ore. The trade of tin storm was
only a few rods wide anil about six miles
King, and it had Worm; alxitit exliair-tod
near the resilience of M. C lJoano.
After Ihn storm F. W. Kmrtt went out
to look after hi ntock. I In fount!
mare and colt which had lieen killed by
Hghtiiuig urtd' an his rode along hix horse
fell and threw him to the ground, hrenk
mg liin collar bone. He came ttf town
ami Dr. 1'hinney fixed him up and he
returned homo Monday morning, Jl
was fortunate that no mora hr.rm was
dotw and our puoplo will be just an well
pleuned. it nucIi Htorms remuiu crown in
Kun-H'?' wh'ire th?y blonf.'
HARRISON ! ! !
Coimnit tees are at work to make :i
rangeineiils to have the best celebration
ever held in Sioux county.
J. W. Scott, V. Ii, Marsteller and
('. Y. Hough have charge of the pro
gram for the day and have decided on
the following as a part of the amuse
ments: ;ami: UK isaki; HALL,
Harrison vs. Montrose.
FUF.K I'Oli ALL FOOT R.VK.
I'ooT K.V'E HOYS UNI 'KK 1,
I'OTATO HACK HOYS VSWK U
WIIFFL H.VUHOW HAt'K,
S.( K Ii. i; FRKK FOR ALL.
SACK HACK HOYS UNLKR VI,
1'ONY RACK 100 YFS. AND HACK,
w ill be paid to the winner and -.1 winner
in every contest.
After iiinuer the exercises at the court
house w ill take place and will as follows:
Frayer by Rev. J, W. Kendall,
Kxerci-i-s by the children.
Reading of the Itedaralion oi Inde
pendence by Mrs. F. W. Knott,
Address "Patriotism and Education,"
tev. J. v . Kenil
Songs by t he i
lub will also
In the evening
ilren anil the Olee
a feature of the
will occur under the management ol a
committee composed of County (Jerk
flleivett, John I. Davis and W. H.
Wright, who w ill make a siiecial ell'ort
to make it pleasant for all.
Harrison extends a- most cordial in
vitation to the people of the surround
ing country to come and spend that day
with tliem and everyth'tKr nosrilrlu w ill
be done to make it pleasant.
A new daughter arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs J. W. Scott on last
Wyoming natural machine nil, the
liest on !iirth, is sold bv us for .ia cents
a gallon. iiesier ct nou.
-Doctor Shafer has permanently
a ted at Ihti'nson again. Ollice over
(Jn account of hard limes and scan
itv of monev Doctor Shafer w ill deduct
i per cent from his former charges.
Kli Sloth has so far recovered from
theiniuries received hy being thrown
from his horse ns'to lie ; able la come to
town on Monday, lie thinks some of
his ribs were injured.
Adam Morrow, foreman of the Van
TasHcll ranch waN in Harrison Saturday
unil en oil at this othc". About live
hundred head of cattle have been recciv
ed there, this week, from Cheyenne.
Dentist (hbson will remain in ltarri
son until Monday morning. Any who
want work done in his lino nhould call
for he docs not exoect to vtiit Harrison
again, for some time at least.
It has rained more or less every clay
for the past week. Tito water has fallen
mora evenly than has been tire rule so
that it has gone into the ground and not
washed the soil oil' tho crops. As a re
suit the people are happy.
On last Friday evening lightning
struck a wir fern off W. . Haldwin'
place south of town and was thus carried
to where his cows were and killed two
line cows and a heifer. The loss is1 a
severe one for Mr Haldwin as it left hi in
without a cow of any kind.
On last Friday afternoon the ho'use
of Andrew Kirori, in tho canyon north
cast of tow n was destoyed by fire. All
the hoys Were out at work and the fire
was discoveied hv nasscm bv w ho were
returning from tho valley. Nothing to
speak of was saved as tho flumes wera
beyond control when discovered, Tho
building wan insured for a omall amount
but till the Iocs in quite a heavy ono to
Walter Pitt was up from Soldier creek
I'Oli Smith started on Moiida- 'or
hrist hristeiivn was up from An
drews on Monday.
O. F5. Caily was doing business at Har
rison on Monday.
K. A. Littler returned from Montana
the last of the week.
Henry Covey was in town Saturday
and reK,rt"d his crop prosjiei ts as good.
Ma-ter Archie UiWs returned yester
day from his visit with relatives in
Julian Iver was up from Cottonwood j
Thursday ami made an agreeable call at j
this cilice. i
H. K. Rrewster was in town Tuesday
ami said that when he saw the storm
cloud on Sunday he was seared.
O. Feuel was down from I'leasant
Fudge Tuesday and made a pleasant call
at tins ollice. He reports prosjiects good
in his locality.
Misses Kdith Fritcher and Kiiitna
( 'ooksoy, of Whitney come up the last
of the week for a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Ricedorll".
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. II. Turner were in
from A'i!eloe precinct Saturday and
called at this ollice. It is the first time
Mrs. Turner has lieen in Ilrrrison for
eight mouths and her appearance is
proof that, she enjoys life on the ranch.
Tli': om m it tee of arrangements has
reiiiete(l ilis-es jiarsiciier aim miuiii
prep'ire children's exercises for the 4th
of July and all the school children who
w ill take part are request eil to meet at
the court house on Friday afternoon at
:j o'clock. J. W. Scott,
Chairman of Committee.
Monti h m ki;y Pahsons. At the resi
dence of the bride, at Hodarc, Sioux
county. Nebraska, on Wednesday,
June la, l'llf. bv Rev. J. W. Kendall,
istor of the M. K. church, Mr. Joseph
Montgomery and .Miss Sara M.
Parsons, both of Sioux county, Ne
braska. The above event was a surprise to all
the acquaintances of the contracting
parties, as not even the near relatives of
the bride knew the wedding was to oc-
ur until the evening before. The cere
mony was witnessed hy only a few of
the near relatives, after which an ele
gant supper was served which had been
prepared hy the bride prior to the ar
rival of the clergyman and guests.
Hoth the bride and groom are well and
favorably known to a large number of
people, having resided here for some
years, and the former at one time pre
sided over one of the departments of the
Harrison school. Their many friends
wish them a happy future and TriF.
Jot'RNAI. desires to join in the well-
SwiNBANic-R.ArH'.N. At the residenro ol
the bride's parents, near Montrose,
on Tuesday, June V2, lHf, by Kev.
K. ('. Rice", Mr. Samuel Swin'bank and
Miss Katie Rahcn, hoth of Sioux
These young people have a host of
friends in the locality of their homes
whom Till', jM'HNAb desires to join in
wishing them a long and happy voyage
over the sea of life.
HolMIIC Nkii., June li".
Another ,shower"cnnio last tieght and
helped out the late gardens.
J. H. Hradley and II. Koush went to
Edgemont, S. D., last week to work on
the irrigating drtch,
The measles have again broken out in
the Southworth district.
Miss Anna Price was the guest of II.
T. Zerhe and family last Saturday and
Sunday. Miss Price expects to go to
Ogden, Utah, in July.
Mr. Hovey, Sr., is building a house at
Edgemont and expects to move there
J. W. Arnsbtirger h.is sold his interest
in the sawmill to Perry Whito and will
leave for Montana in the near future. .
The undersigned will oiler for sale at
Olinger's livery barn in Harrison on
MONDAY, JULY H, 1lk
the following property:
10 head of horses, consisting of mares,
geldings and colts. 1 cultivator; 1
Tf!itMi: All amounts under flO" cash
In hand. On all sums of $10 or over n
credit of eight months will bo given.
A discount of 10 per rent will be given
for cash on all sums over $ to1.
Sale to begin at 1 o'clock, p. rn.
Thomas Reidy,- niff tiofieer.
3. W. Swfu.
I fiavo sold mv fctoelt Of general
merchandise to S. :. Hough & Sons who
will collect all book accounts ami pay
all indebtedness ngainMt the stock of
GEO. H. Tt itNicn.
All book, accounts ami note friOr to
May 13, 103, will be Collected by rae.
All per.-, lis indebted to The Jm f.SM.
ou any account and all indebted for
subscription to the ltil nthitt are
urged to call and settle at an early date. !
We desire to have a settlement with
every one on our books and want to
rai.se funds with which to meet our bills.
If you cannot pay a-.li. notes on which
we can get money w ill lie acceptable.
Do not delay this matter as it deserves
vour immediate attention.
Agricultural Society Meeting.
An adjourned meeting of the Sioux
Comity Agricultural Society will he
held at the court house in Harrison, on
Saturday, June '.'-id, for the purjiose of
perfecting arrangements for a county
fair to Iw held this fall and also for
makin an exhibit at the state fair. A
lartre attendance is desired as the busi-
ttess to be attended to is important.
To our German Headers.
The publishers of this pajier have made
sjiecial arrangements with the publishers
of the (Jeriuan Lincoln Freie I'resse. by
which both paper together may be had
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non-part isan paper and contains a full
report of news from the old country, a
weekly review, a serial story, several
short novels, and last but not least.
carefully written editorials pertaining to
matters of special interest to the (ier
mans of our state. Local hapiiening!
from our count v w ill be reported by a
German correspondent and will lie pub
belied iii the Freie Fresse. Subscriptions
will be received at this ollice. Old sub
scribers of our paper will gel a receipt
for a years suescriplion for the Freie
Fresse upon payment of .10 cents and
new ones may suliscrilie for both papers
for one year by paying fS.WJ at our
Ql U.IVAX A CONI.KV, Uwyrrs.
i i.i. Hi actio; i n am. thk local, !tatk
and federal courts and V. S. Land ollice.
LEGAL PAPERS CAREFULLY DRAWN,
t S t I t S t
7jT Ollice in Court House,
HAKIMSON .... KEHIMSKA
J. E. PH1NNKY, M. I).
Physician ami Surgeon.
Ail culls given prompt attention.
Ollice In Drun Store,
HAUKISON, - - NEBUAKKA.
Land patents secured for settlers
the shortest possible time.
Contested cases intelligently and
OLD CLAIMS AND DISPUTES.
Old claims and disputes speedily
lielwcen individuals having conflicting
claims tinder the agricultural laud laws
and those between claimants under tl
MINERAL LAWS' and agricultural
claimants: and also between claimants
under any of the public land laws and
the Railroad Companies and their gran
tees, and the Slates and their grantees
under the SWAMF-IAND and SCI GOT
Specialty made of securing patents in
the shortest possible time for settlers
who have fully complied with the laws
under which their entries were made
and who are annoyed and worried by
delays in the issue of their patent
caused by TIM IT I NO IRRKGULAHI
Tl I'M which can lie easily and speedily
Advice also pivetr in all matters
lating to the public lnndsj especially on
points arising under the new raws which
have U'tai recently passed providing for
the disposal of the public domain.
If you want your land (irttcnt in
hurry If you want your land business.
of anv cliaracter,- attended to bv skillful
and competent sfitorfneys,- ami promptly
disposed, write to
PRESS CLAIMS COMPANY,
John WwniKliM IW, General Manager,
P. G. Pox liM. Washington, IK C.
J. W SMITH; Proprietor;
New work and re
(ioo'l work, (iooct nmrerinl ftnif rusMinhto
prices lifAi:.M'KKI; Give me n cult
II. L ciMUCK,'
Fashionable Barbei Mail Dresser.
6PEN SUNDAY FROM TO tJ.'
RAZORS ANOCtSSOftSTUT IN 0KDBK,
"T v55i. err. pushed
TK CJOaESTaODl iN THE wshuj
The above pi t ore is inteiidei" to call
5 S3 sra
e? h s. 9
Have the largest and most conuilcte stock of
boots jmu SHOES
Ever offered to the people of Harrison
that we can suit all, b
STYLE AND PRICE.
Our stock of Dry
Hats, Caps, Underwear and
Furnishing goods is
We have for Men, YOUTHS
and Boys, which we
are selling at
We also carry
PKRFECT FITS GUARANTEED.
Also cleaning and repairing done in first-class order.
J. Ckilvy, Merchant Tailor
Lumber, Coal and
Jl f ii
riio"ri:r.n iiy rnu
Press Claims Company,
fci'ifaf vvifli tfcfe' imerost of t iiosf having claims against iUt (iovei'ftWf'n'4 ffi
that or lNVFTOll who oft-ii his.' the henelit of vn nations bccan'fe Of tf&
in'oomi'icnfftfj of innlfontioh of tho attorneys employed to oMain fhir finfiAtf.
Too rrfifch eliro' riirittnt he oxorcHo.l in employing competent anil feliabM' SoticifoT?
to' (Vroru"re patefils"; for tho value of a patent ih'pemls Kn-atly,. if not erttfre ; 6fMf
tlio tare ami kih of the itttorncy.'
Wihf d View' Of pr'otor-tm'' in'v'ento'M fro'trt worthless or' carc-TeRS aifdorn'ftjv
anil of so'ein' that inventions arc well protected hy valid patents,- TflM' pilEr!
CLAIMS' COMPA'NY has fetainvil conusor export in patent practifis and i tb&H?
fore prepaftd to'
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IfKN 1 1 1' K dl'IMOSs us to si o'K ami VALIDITY Of lATRSf.V
t-Rdsl-Kt'TKimil IH- I KNIi ISKUINIiKMKST VVri
if ytfif havo an invention oh han'il scrnl Tlft FRESH CIA.1MS CG.Mf XnY
sketch tit' phoCograpli tlwroof,' tofjollwi1' w'ith' d briof description of the HnpofUMt
foatnres, anil you will Imi at once ailvneil as to' tho host conrso to pnrsu'O. Vtafititit
ar6 not necessary unless tho invention is of a Coinplicateil nature. If Other Ht'K
iiifrrnging on your rights,- or if you aro olinrwl with' infriiiKcuicnt hy other,- tttb
mit the matter to us for a reliable OPINION before noting on t ho mattfer,-
Tiik 1'kkss Claims Cgmpany','
6W F Htreet, north'.vest WAS1 Ii:rUT(,' H; t
T; O, Box 40. J(,n WEMtKimvHN, managing VHvxtMf:
e Wt tVrfi (fiti tmft nnX It Witff ytfnt lwptttr:jl4
and we are confident
a full line of
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