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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1894)
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in tie.' evening.
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t:i,k..i .f, Tli' re is 11 1 J.nii t
,aii int 1 uf uki uo.iij pr-iv '
, lu'l'i Vh I. holder MtlJ (.4(1
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m 1 V. 11. Uiy. ! Mid Li corn ,,
1 Uh way f frost nt irl t nei jiii
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aim in-, j" u-e ,s oij a;Kui ;i ijiij a
g a there 1, iu t li stal,
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town in a few weeks so that In. 1 lul ir.-,i
Fur rtliuljii', first i las.ii dental work
i.f any kin-1, to T. J. Oiliwn, Claw
lit niemljer that TlIK Jot HNAL office
in lieailiiuarters for job printing.
T. O Wil.'iaiiH ha-t Uuij 1 ir,' n lot
of well work in Wyoming.
J. H. Cook tlii(iM'd two car-loadi of
rattle from Andrews the firt of tlia
Tho corner sUire In now in cliarfra of
t!ie three WIIh Marnteller, Davm and
lei.J mIi'miI. (Jllirs finiti-iiiijatjj
3 Mija.iin UKeuiiw. iVople realize that an
w "eduration is aNiut the lie-t Iliirii.' they
("jt jrive their children,
Several alU.iniils dan, U.0u iiiml,. ()r
iiatetolill Martial Walhu e 00 w.il, i
randy, hut so far it has proven e-n., e I 1"-s,,":
to those who hava f 11 rn UI1.1I tl.a u...- i S.itunlay
A jhhiihI of irreaiiiM 111 w v. 11 minutes i
beol rvi-urd so far.
The fact tllat the leadini; ii.errhantb
of H irniion have one east, U) pcrsunally
iM'le- t t'oiKlsi for the fall und winter
trade in u pretty good iiulitatjon that
they expect a (,'ool business and they are
m Kisii;on to know what they am
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K. I'. I.:i,d ev ;,ii t f ,,.! . ..
fill" ' "' t-lrfeimmt (he li:t: ..1 lle .
1 L-wU (j. rl ieh (.-ft f,.r O.naha M .111.1 .
tkeniln; ti select t.: fall stork of (..htds.
Chai le 'unimeii;;ind 14 ill ju to Omar
U U'ork rJn rii.-i;
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ha, tl, lust ,,f tie week
E. E Miiiilev kttrted S.itunl'iy evening
on a bijsim-i ari I pleasure trip to Jh-
Soliee ) le fi l.v ifi
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Mr. R. F. Sueim and children oei u
pv the Conley iro.erty, and Mr. Neei
will divida his time between here and
The O.Taha Weekly Jt.r, 13 paoii
. 11 HI.TH, irom now 10 jot', 1), cover
ing this entire carnpai;,'!), for II) cents.
Hend Maiiips or silver to the Omaha Ie,
In th rorn diM'ricts where the crop
has failed the -ople loiilemplaU) tiie
fuel iuestion for the coMiing winter with
dreail. The free fuel of tl,i locality
nia'ues the settlers hinile.
County Attorney Clark and J. W.
Smith took Koine fjun and went to Five
Foints .Saturday evening and it was re
ported that prairie chicken was on the
hill of fare at the Harrison House Mon
The committee who are at Lincoln
in. in ne iiav ui a prei 1 y jjoou limn lor
thiy teleriiphed to County Clerk Mew
el t on Tuesday for more funds. Mr.
Bluwttt wired them to "eat the exhibit"
hut ho far we have not learned whether
they did so or not.
The families who do not have fruit
for the corning winter in this locality
must have lxen loo indolent to go and
gather it. Not less than lifteeu varieties
of wild fruits fire found here abouts and
of a quality seldom equalled.
The Jot'RXAI, would suyoRt that if
t'icra is going to ha any repairing done
to the court house to protect it from
Koiojr to m!CN it hIioiiM he done soon.
It will not he lon until winter will lie
ition us and every day the matter is de
layed makes it mure expensive.
--There is no heller gauit by which
ti judge the condition of a locality than
by the btandin of its banks. The Htate
ment of the Commercial Hank w hich ap
pears in another column shows that in
stitution to be in a prosperous and
henlUiy condition and it is Rafu to pre
sume that tha people are in very much
the same condition,
The (Ire which occurred in the vicin
ity of Glen last week had tlu effect of
stirring people up to quite an extent.
Home say the lire was set on purpo and
other think it was the result of careless
ness. In either event it has been su
gesled that more care and lens fires
would he more conducive to roiufoit.
Tim grass is needed for the stock and it
is not strange that the setth'rs feel uly
toward any one who causes its destruc
tion. I-ast Saturday Mrs. H. A. Friddy
trivea surprise party for Lindley so
tluit ho instil celebrate tho anuiversay
of his birthday. Alter an afternoon of
hearty play us tho mum!! boy loves to j
to indulge in they were prepar-d to fully
nppreciete the refreshments, r insisting
of pie, cjike, melon, apples and other
good things, served. The follow
ing were present: Lee and Dell Bigelow,
Vincent and Charley Richstein, Archie
Davis, Helh Tipton, Willie Scott, How
ard Hmuck, Earnest Fhinney, Willie
Kartell and Otto Hough.
School opened on Monday morning
and on Tuesday morning all tha seats in
the primary room were filled and there
tirua iiumlier who have not entered
n-aioin una a numiK-r whose par
ills exH!cts to move into town in order
to take (idvnnlage of m hool facilities.
This brings the school board face to face
with the necessity of providing: more
school room. It is simply a question of
1 little time when a nuw school house
will have to bo erected. What is the
isn of delaying the matter and crippling
the work of the school by so doing? The
listrii t is out of debt und there is no
reason to presume that less school room
will ever be needed to accommodate the
rliildron of the district than now, The
present building is not suited for school
purposes and the parents would feel a
great deal relieved if a good building
was pro villi on a suitable location.
There is little doubt that if the matter
was taken up a large majority of the
people of the district would favor mnuj
Hction by the board.
H. H. Russell aK up from White
river the last of the week. He intends
to !np a car load of fat sheep to Omaha
in the near future and they have never
been fed a tiumthful of anything but
wit. The rich frafcH-; on the prairie has
ftirui.lied thwu 11 living all the year
Chadron is to have a sugar factory
and a number of auxiliary factories and
.'ratvford is to have a numlier of fine
business buildings. Such things indicate
that the northwest in going to have u
boom and it will reach up as far as
Harrison before a great while, hut it
may take a little energy and exertion to
get it up the hill.
One of the nurses of tho Methodist
hospital at Omaha arrived here the first
of the week with the little child of A. E.
Sutton which has ls-en there for some
months. The little one lias improved a
good deal and it is expected that it will
lie completely cured in time. After a
short visit at home llif patient will be
taken Imk for treatment.
The fart that TllK JotRNAI. this
week enters upon another year makes a
large number of subscriptions due. We
have hundreds of dollars on our liooks
and we need funds very much and we
take it as about the proper thing if our
delinquents will contribute what they
one so that we may p-iv so mo of our
debts and prepare for the winter which
will goon be here.
Henry l ovey got his threshing done
the first of the tvetk mid was in town
yesterday, Ids farm is on the hi,
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umie tuMiin six nines east 01 town so
that he Ini About as much "altitude" to
contend ith as uuv one. His wbe.it
averaged over twetitv bushels per acre
and his oats thirty-live, lie had ninety
bushels of buckwheat ami a few ncres of
mixed peas nnd oats winch yielded well
His corn is out of the way of frost ami
he .till have about a thousand bushels
of potatoes, besides a good crop of tur
nips and other vegetables and garden
truck. As that is bis showing for a dry
year he thinks that in a reasonably good
crop year he might raise enough to live
on, as he is a bachelor.
An exchange says: "Now that the
hard times are beginning to pinch, all
should endeavor to retrench and econo
mize as much as possible. Don't cut
down your tobacco ullowanre, though;
don't stop fpreadiug on style; don't stop
bucking tiie tiger; don't stop patronizing
fakirs and bum shows which come along
those peop'e hive to live, too. Don't
cut on any of those lines, by any means;
nut it you want to hranil your.se.lt as a
Napoleon of finance, and set a glorious
example to bo followed by your neigh
loirs, go in and stop your subscription to
your local paper. This will ba the
means of saving you a cent, cent and
a-h:tlf or two cents a week. The inter
est on this, if kept long enough, will
amount to enough to buy a lottery tick
et some time; that will make you rich,
you will wax fat, and jieoplo will call
you 'Hon.' "
tef JI irt. ;kr I -It for O10.. .
tu buy l'o.hI f.tt the fall
Willie fjerlach i in charge of the
ranch supply house during the absence
of his father.
Mr. G. W. I letter contemplates start
ing Thursday to muke a visit to her old
homo in Iowa.
Mr., II. J. Kmiley and Mrs. P. N.
Kirkpatrick went to Hodarc yesterday
to visit friends.
J. J. Ziinibrunnen was down from
Pleanant Ridge Tuesday and made a
plensact t all at this office.'
C, I). Plimpton's mother und brother
arrived from Massachusetts the last of
me wecx arm win visit Here for some
Mrs. J, E. Phintiey is expected to
return home today from her visit to
Lincoln and there is a broad smile on
the Doctor's face.
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tVi.s, i.utof'ltni. John Haul
N'-b- J. W
J. E. FHINNEY, M. I).
Physician ami Surgeon.
All culls Riven prompt iittentJon.
imiee. In Ilnitf store.
HARHISON, - - XKBKAPKA.
II. L. SMUCK.
Fashionable Barber & Hsir Dresser.
You see tliem everywhere.
Their sales attest their popularity.
Catalogue free at our agencies,
or mailed for two 2-cent stamps.
POPE MFG. CO.,
Boston, New vork, Chicago, Hartford-
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OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9 TO 12.
UAZOItS AND St'ISWIRS ITT IS OlttllilL
Notice to Tax Payers.
Notice is hereby given that all person
al taxes for the years 1HHT, HHH, JSK9,
and !!)() remaininir unnaid OcIoUt 1.
101, will be collected by distress and
salti if necessary,
H. S. WooDHt'KK.
i;tvo f mil t 11 1 Cull,
I'liYSIinAS AND RIHOIXIX,
HARRISON, - NEBRASKA.
Diphtheria, Rheuiualism, Female and
nil Chronic Diseases a
Hodauc: Neb , Sept. 11, 1H&4.
Almost told enoug!) for frost. Ther
mometer registered 34 degrees above
George and Elmer Urinini and Earnest
liunge have gone back to Edgemont, So.
Uik. to work on the irrigating canal.
Eugene Hovey has come hack to the
Five Points and he thinks it is belter
hero than in Custer county, Nebraska.
Mrs. 11. Rou.sh has moved in Marion
Pfost's house ho that she can send her
children to school.
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery have moved
on Earnest Runge's claim.
Ollice 2d door north of JOURNAL oflice.
J. W. SMITH, Proprietor.
New work and re
(ioml u orli, (ioo'l emteri
I ami reasonable
Oive me a cull.
ATTORNEY ANi; CO UN
' ..5Tf;or:i in th world
The above picture is intended to call
A 1 1 e n t i
TO THE FACT THAT
Have the largest and most conudete stock of
BOOTS JISTJD SHOES
Ever oll'ered to the people of Harrison, and we are confident
that we can suit all. both in
STYLE AND PRICE.
ratHW E. i .1 1
Look at This List
of western cities:
It does'nt mat ter
Practices in all the courts and before
U. S. Land Ollice.
CjTOIIici! in Court House.
which you intend
visiting. The Ruilinglon Route is the
best line to all as it is to any one of
Advertising matter and full informa
tion about trains and rates on nmdica-
tion. J. Fkancis. (. P. &. T. A.
The following is the program for the
"Mite" (social to be given by the Senior
Kpworth League, at the court house, on
to-morrow (Friday) evening:
Qu.irU'tte, "Jkhiih, Uiver of my Houl."
Itecltatloii, "ilie Dog and tlm Tmiiip,"
Iliielt, lristiiliiie.-itiil, "( lion SUeUs"
( liimllu Hester, Mituin Smith.
drutloii "Tlin Aku" II. 1.. Usher.
nolo, vocal, Mrs. V, A. llcttter.
IHcuiioii of tlic polltlCHi Iksiiiis of the liny
by a republican, 11 dninovrat
unit n populist
Huett, vneul I.lule Hester, Mr. Olliifter.
IteelLitlon, "1 he l liiin li (JiK.in,"
l Ihlllilll Heater.
T.ibli'Hii, "I'.cloro .Miiii'liiKii unit Alter
tiuiii telte, "I'lin U'lilp piHir-trlll."
1 olleellna -The "mlte."
Music, In tru mini L I lliiirlson lliind.
KKI'UIir OK TllK CONDITION
THE COMMERCIAL BANK.
At Hiirrlson, in the State of Nebraska, nt the
close of hllsliiess, AUKUstlll, Is'Jt.
i.ins and discounts
Overdrafts, secured 11ml unseeiireil
ounty warrants ....
Duo from National Hunks
niinkiiiK house, furniture 11 ml
Current expenses and tuxes paid
Cheeks und other cash items
Hills of other Hunks
fractional paper currency, nickels
1-egnl tender notes
1,7.') 00 j
2 00 j
IJi uincu in louri Jlouse..S:
Our stock of Dry Goods, Groceries;
Hats, Caps, Underwear o.nd
Furnishing goods is
We have for Men, YOUTHS
and Boys, which we
are selling at
also carry a full line of
I, AMI Ml
LESS THAN HALF THE
PRICE OF OTHtR BRANDS
-r POUNDS,20t J
SOLD IN CAMS ONLY
Capital stock laid in
Individual deMisltssiihJeet to check tl
Demand certllloutcs of deposit 1,11s 17
I line certificates of deposit 10,174 is
Totul . . n,aa 87
Ktatc of Nkiikahka, County ok Siopx, sk:
I, II. II. tirlswold, cashier of the ulxive
nnined tinnk, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to the best of my
know Indite and belief.
1). II. OHIMVOl.ll.
Snhsetllied and sworn to before
ska I. inu this 7lll day of Hept., IHU4,
Lumber, Coal and Farm Implements,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Lime,
Lath and Shingles.
Windmill and Pump Supplies.
' ( IT IS
t, ' : ASSOU'TttY
For the annu.il em aniiiiient of the
O. A. U. the F, E, & W. V. uill stdl
lickela to Fillshui'g and relurii for
tH.UO. Hunt in uii opii.iriuiiily- lor any
obj to (.'o east at Binall exieuo.
Notice fur Sale or iHiluti il Tract of Land.
Notice Is hereby given Hint under Meetlou
A 11. s. Kevlsed Miitnte, and Under pro
visions 01 Act March , Isui, anil uiiderilhec
Hon 01 the l.elienil l.ui,n 1 nn.. l.u 1.
ilut'd July ISH4, this following deserliM-d
tract ol luiiil, hcliiK an Isolated tract of land
nlliintcd In Minn county, Nebraska, will lie
onered lor wile In the hlKliest bidder lor
cash In hiinil, at the C. s. i.and Ollice, at Al-
iniiee, Nebrk,i, 11,1 thelilh iliiy of October,
I 14, at III o'clock, a. 111., viz: 1 he no. 1. ol
hw. H of see. K7, lp. 1,. el ri. An, w. t.l li
Nollee will lie given hy piiblleiitlon In the
Sioux 1 oi'Ki r J.. 1 its a 1. lormiilnys prior to
date of sale. J. . kiis, jr.,
K. J. IlHOUMlt,
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The New Il.ime Sewing Machine Co.,
310 North 11th Su, :St. L.uis, Ma.
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