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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1895)
THE SIOUX COUNTY
I.. J. Slmmm. Editor u4 Prortrtor.
F. K.M.YlLR.T1iiir tahle.
l.ol n s W ml. Uoi n r.at
Sn. i, mixed, -.11:11 Ko. 6, mUM .6:40
H. J. Hiuiley ha hi new lioiit on
liis homtead ready fr owupuncy.
Landlord Rohwer In treating tlie
Harainon Houae to a nw emit i)f paint.
Horetiound compound cough isyrup
Hie great remedy for couh and coUU
lit the Pioneer Pharmacy.
Iiot of need hrm Iven liui-ifd U - it!i
tli soil within the p-nt wt.-l,-. L-i n
liupe that it will brinij jrool return.
From what can be learned thin part
of the state is as well off as any locality
in the matter of moisture.
The Commissioners were in Kvssinn
on Saturday and decided to have u silmll
bridge built across White river.
A f;ood time was had at the meeting
of the whist club 't the residence of Mr.
and Mrs.(iuthrie on Tuesday evening.
Steps are lieint taken to organise a
tennis club. A great deal of pleasure
would result from such an ormir it mn.
The relief seed wheat is all gone. A
Kreat deal more could huve been used,
but If all that has been distributed yields
well it w ill be a great help.
John Anderson and E. J. Wilcx
r.hiped a car of fat cattle to Omaha on
Tuesday. J. W. Earnest also shipped a
rnr loud the last of the week.
It was demonstrated last week that
when those who should guard the inter
ests of the county fai I to do so JuiIm
Kinkaid does not hesitate to do so.
A camp of Modern Woodmen was
organized here on last Friday evening
witli fourteen charter meuiK-rs The
order is a good one and we urn j;lnd to
note the establishment of a camp.
John Owens passed through 'mi the
ucstlotiiid train Monday, hiivin,r In
charge lour men who h l lnm mnvirinl
of rustling catlla at Newcastle and re
on their way to thu penitentiary ut
All are invited to attend the Episco
pal services at thu church on next
Thursday afternoon ut I) o'clock, mid
hear Bishop (Iraves. lie is a nmn ul
more than ordinary ability and all who
dttend will be well repaid.
C. S. Morrison brought us a sample
of syrup a few nays ago which was made
by him from the sap of box alders. A
the box alder belongs to the ninple fun.
ily the sap contains quite a pet centnge
of sugar and can le made Into quita u
A number of people met lit the home
of Mr. and Un f). Out brio last evening
for the purpose of arrwiiKintf lor sioifinn
practice, The next meet in(f will lie mi
next Wednesday evening at which Hue
ihe committee on books w ill r. n i nul
plans be completed.
By an oversight the notice, statin
that the dancing club would ousel to
morrow evening was left in la.-l weeli'i
Issue. It was decided by the committee
that it was too busy a time to allow the
members to attend so it was postponed.
8trayki One dark brown or black
Alley, coming three year old. -branded
7 cross lior on lelt i hwk. A liberal re
ward will tie paid fur information lead
inn to her recovery.
W. 8, Johnson, '
Hero! Rave time, Hive your wife
tl rest and buy her a ljish-wushing ma
chine that will do the work in four
minutes. II, F. Thomax,
No small objection which young
Tolks hail to the old-time spring-medic int
was their naiiseousness. In our day,
this objection is removed and AytrV
Karsnprrilla, the most powerful nnd pop
ular of blood-purifiers, is ns pleasant ti
the palate as a cordial.
Henry Ward B:cher once informed
u man who came to him complaining ol
gloomy and despondent l.-wiiiig-i, thai
what he most needed was a (Mod cathar
tic, meaning, of course, such a medicine
as Ayer's Cathartic Pills, every dose he
The editor and his wife went to
Chadron Friday evening and remained
until Monday. The eople had mailt
preparations for Ristur lestivitiesand so
cial exercises were prepared at the
various cliiuvleis. Tin Easier bonnets
and spring siiiU which appeared wen
numerous ar.d attractive. Tlie Hole,
Blaine kept upf withthe procession b
nerving a dinner Sunday which compared
favorably with what is to do had at sue li
time at the hostelries of much larger
cities, and a visit to that bouse will
demonstrate the fact that Ed. Hullcri-.-is
the best and most popular landlord in
this part of the country. We had the
'pleasure of taking tea with Dr. IV A.
Weir on Saturday evening and meeting
his estimable wife and mother. All the
older settlers of thin looahty will lie
pleased to know that "Ed"" Weir, us he
a known to all here, is rapidly Is-iiig
itrOKniied M ooe of the most successful
phyalniMR in northwest "Xehrasko. On
Sunday evening we were, fnterUinod hv
Judftand Mrs. Bartow ut.tlieir cony
home, and with pleasant converse, inter
ersl with excellent Instrumental and
rt l music, by Mm. Bartow and Mr. J
Wrijjhf, lud a nio1 enjoyable time.
W. E. Ponliti is nnv ut Rapid City,
Miss )aisy jl,n went to Cnadron
j Weilnesiliiy to visit Triends.
Phil Mc 'unn went to i 'haxlron the last
nf the week and on Monday went to
i i'I iiis i hrt-t. nsen was over from
; MoutroM Monday and t-alled at thin
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hough went to
I'hadron Saturday evening, returning
J mine Barker dropped Into town fiat
unla from Rapid itv, M. ii. where he
h.ui i. t n ui I-ii hug lilt; school of mines,
i lie trXJirl tS lo sfx-itd the suuiuier in
; ' 'tdorado.
district Court Prowedlafs.
The following is the record of the cases
diriosd of ul the late term of the dis'
tru l wurt. Civil iwneH not liimlly dis
posed ol ure oiuitled:
lu the t-ue of the state agaiuxl James
Faruum the bond was declared lorfeited
as the defendant had left the Ktate, but
llnul ui.liou w as del erred until next term
in the case of the state, against James,
Patrick and William Mlallery, James
n tried to a jjry and u Vt-rthct of at -(putlal
returned; William was dismissed
Und t'atrick gave bond in the sum of
$'00 to ap)ear at I lie next term of lh
liorutio Locke v. lniul Klein, decree
Kate L. Houlhworth vs. Emanuel
UeUchcil, sale uoilllruied and deed ord
dtred. John 11. Bariell Vs, C. M Barton, set"
tied by iigreeiiit.nl.
Iluoige V. Mucli.-ll vs. Win. L. I'.ir
Willi it II. (ii-eeii vs. Ad.-lia 11 Un-cn,
dts-i'ee ol divorce as prayed.
Helen M. ' rune vs. S. Q. Crane, de
' re'- ol divoru as prayed.
Union Trust Company vs. Ferdinand
R. llilner, dinuiissed.
Western Security Co. vs. John .
Hunter, decree of foreclosure. -
Rutialow v'ronby vs. Edgar t. Hough'
decree of foreclosure.
Agricultural Society Mutters.
As spring advances it is generally con
cluded that Ihe pro-pects for gotxl crops
are belter than they have been for sev
eral years and it is hoped that evfcry
resident of Sioux county will ' put forth
an extra effort this spring in plantipg
crops and curing for them to the end
that we may Is) able to make one of the
finest exhibit in the state this full. The
effort will 1m- rewarded in the increase
il products, to say nothing of tlie prem
unit winch vim will receive nt the
ct only and slat fair. In my travels
'.I. rough the caM and conversation with
lieople I .inn different counties I am snt
islled that so fur ii k natural advantages
go we have not got the small end of the
stick by n long ways and if every one
will make this a personal mutter we will
lie able to demonstrate to the people of
tin? state of Nebraska that Sioux county
is alive to her best interests. "
The following rs a list of the vice-presidents
of the Sioux county agricultural
society: Anteloe precinct, S. J. Ieling,
Andrews, H. H. Lorimer; Bodarc, Peter
Schaefer; Cottonwood, Win. Ellsbury;
Five Points, Sam Tebbet; . Whit River,
. K. 'lutes; Bowen, E. E. Livermore;
Montrose, Claus Christensi.-n; Sugar
Ixif, M. 1). Jordiin; Warbonnet, Wm.
Noreisch: Riinimig Wnter, J. W. Earn
est; Whistle Crvek.'W. S. Nicholson;
Highland, Henry Covey; Hat Creek, C.
F. Coffee; Snake Creek, John Curran,
II. S. WuoDlll'FF.
President Sioux Cjunty Agrii'iili ural
BotiARC, Nub., April 18,
Mr. II. Zimmeriiian's family have
about all recovered Irom a severe attack
of U grippe.
Khner Orimni went lo Casper expect
ing to herd sheep in the Big Horn B isin
for tlie next year.
Mrs. It. Crane, Baby Kipp and firund
ma Coleman leave on the ISth lor Iowa
where they will - visit relatives and
fruinds lor some time.
(ieo. (iriiiim basa contract for la'eak
ing HO acres of land at Edgeiiioul.
Krcsl Teschlsdd will work for tliarlcs
Plympton this spring and summer.
We are sorry to learn that Mr. ' Peter
Schaefer is still sick with the ague.
Dki-L, Nkr, Airil 14, 1M.
II. C. Oowey aad W. 8. Nicholson
were at Marsland a few days ago.
Nicholson Brothers have been deliver
ing hay at Ft. Kohinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Octave IlarriM and Mise
Anise Nicholson male trip to W. 8.
Jtdinsoo'n last Thui stlay.
J. S. Iiickinton has been suffering
from one of Job's comforters.
Miss Lulu McCoy hail the misfort.ua
lo step on a nail a few days ago, re
ceiving a painful wound.
W. S. Nicholson is arofiml interview
i'lg iple as to what they are worth,
ij far non) have' huea fouml who are
ni'ijii't to the io'-otue la.
J. W. GOOD.
I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY)
if you will come or send to
and buy your Clothing, llatrf, Boot. Shoo and Gente.
furniislnnK poods of me. ,
i I Lave bargains nt all tiiiujs in clothing find will
igivi! tlie pople.of Sioax ceiinty .si-kciai- bargains.
j If you cannot come down send me your mail order.;
If for boy send age and Hie, and ftate whether you
want long or fdiort pants and if he is large or pmall
for his age, and give about the price you want to pay.'
If for"4 man's Huit'give size coat nnd vet4, around
jclifst, und pants around waist and length.
I If they do not fit you can return then ut I
i Here are a few price: . ,
Jioys Knee Pant Suitn, s?1.00, 1.50, 2.00, .tOO
j 3. .10, 4..r0 and W.(K.
.Youths' Long rant, Suitrt, :J..f0, 4.00, 4.50, and
; up to a.oo. I
iMens' Suits, :j.50 buyn a suit lliat sold for 5.00, !
; 5.()0 " " 7.50, j
(loo to 7.00 " 10.00; '
'.00 to i).00 buys a nuit that sold for 12. 50 to 15.00.
I hi ordering a suit stab; ' if you want Hound or
Sjuare Cut, Cutaway or Single or Dotible-Hreastcd.
j Don't send to Omaha or Chicago for I have a big
Itstock and will sell any of iny heavy goods at COST.
If you want a boys' overcoat for ages 14 to 17 you!
ran get one for 50 cents on the dollar.
It will pay you to buy clothing of,
A Car of Flour
and 21 doz. pairs of Shoes
jnsi received at M a rste 1 1 e r
"Minnesota Makers1' and "Biff 4," bolh No 1 Hour, 1.5t
A jiatent flour it l.tu ami high patent at 2.15.
The People's Store
.1; , . . - 1
rOR''V ; See! 50-inch Cheslcr Hniatlclotk.
O-OOIDS :i finest in the market, at 7jc per yd.
Shaker Flannels from 7c up. Red and colored Fla-iind
at reduced prices. A complete line of Outing Flannels
. and Calicos of the latest patterns. Cotton -Flannel of
all grades and price.
BOOTS ' Headquarters-in this liny as wr
SHCXE3S Hlv ln a" other lines. Ladies Dow'
gola Slif)es at only 1.50. Calf Shoes, Grain-leathr
Shoes, Fine Shoes, Slippers; anything, everything.
All grades of Overshoes. Felt Hoots, German Sockt.
The celrbiated "Hlne Kibbon" Cowboy IUft.
CAPS A line unexcelled, from the lowrl
HATS , grade to St?tB, bot. Wi,iKr
goods at reduced price. ,..
Acoinplete line of Groceries and Hard
ware. Furniture, too. ,
WHY SUFFER WITH
Sick and Nervous
You may b ouily and quickly raril
' I linvp lifcn a victim of trrri
Mi liciidaclios, nnd lmvo inner
fmiinl anythiiitr to relieve them
so quirklyiiH Ayer's I'ills. Si nee
I Ih-kuii taking this meilieine, tlie
HttaekH have lieeome less- and
. less frerjiient, until, at jireseittj
months have passiil sinee I
have had one." '. F. Xkwsian,
liwg Spur, Va.
"Ifavinfr used Ayer's Pills with
- iireat success fordvsiepsia, fnim
whieh I suffered for years, I re
solved never to I' without them
in my household. Thev are in
deed effective." Mrs. Sai.i.ik
Mourns, 125 Willow St., l'hila,
del phi a, pa.
"I alwavs use Ayer's Pills, and
think tliein exeellenU" Mrs. I.
1. Watihu s Jiv'ksuii, I'liu
Ayer's Pills I
Received Highest Awards o
AT THE WORLD'S PAIRo
On account of hard times I will Ktiuitl
my il-yvur-old Shire SUill.jon for $00 lo
insure u mare in foal.
Vie i a bright Iwy, with cA hlyle
and lo tion, and weighs ulxmt l,70f)
I will take young cattle ut the market
value in payment of service fees.
The horse ciin always be found at my
Itarn, one mile south of Hodarc.
Two Liven Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction f 'ity
III. was told, by hr iloi tor she had ocn
siimplion ami that there was no hoe fer
lier, mil two bottie ol Or. Kinjjs
I liwovery completely cured her and she :
snys it saved her life. Mr. Tlios. Ktfirern '
128 Florida 81. San Frunciiaxi, suffered .
from a dreadful .cold, approaching eon-;
sumption, tried , without result every-'
tiling else then bought one Isitlle of Or. :
Kind's New Discovery and in two weekn !
was cnreil. He is naturally thunkfut. 1
It is HiK-h ceswlu, of whieh these are,
samples that prove tlie wonderful eflica '
V of this medicine in coughs and colds-
Free trial bottles at, lim.ier I'harnincy.
Uynlar sijie .Vtc iiikI fjfl.lW
2S g. ,
x s ir
S 5 S
T i-' r B
f?. 2 2.
. . 3 e
Vi'hell slix-k llli x'y drnppcd idenH not id'
ML'Jll. ' '
.And nimiey's like a rhiUiijin -lijjM, ' ' ' '
And men lalk poor aiKl wiiiii-ii eliuib ''
Six pair of Mhii's lo save a dime-
; : Then is the linns for master mind ' ' !
Some lie ci.iomy lo Hnd.
One economic dodge you know, "" '
Just trade with HOUOI1 SONS. ' "
A law liri!' of Dry (Ku.ls, '. C'lothiii.i?, Hoots and Shw,,,
. (hestnuts, ('juidifH for the haloes,
OraKt'! for tin1: ladies.
Tea set of 56 pieces given away with
$50100 worth of goods.
HCOTJO-Ii 3c soosrs. -
Lumber, Coal and Farm. Implements,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Lime,
Lath and Shingles.
Windmill and Pump Supplies.
S. h. KU.I.S.
; 1 pr.-p ir d lo d nil liind of Sl'!"
VEY NO ami wiT H LEVKLIN'O in ..
prompt r.i.l vatUf n-tofy miiim.-r.
B. U SMUt'K,
Fashionable Barber & Hair Dresser, i
OKN UN0AY FROM S TO 12.
I1A7XMK KI HWNUKS I I T IN IIRHKM
Otve I h J rn. ' ' 1
'j. 11 phi nK ey7m. I -
PkjuirisB an4 Marfsss. ,
All aiU ivb pruiHil utMntio.
omm In lirug f4iiv
How to Save Money !
Yuu run nave Iuin t Ut H per mil n i
all repair work by K'lulli.jf your U A'1'i UL
anU.JKH r.l.UV lu G. P. WASHBU.1N,
RAILROAD JEWLER, CHADRON, !
NEB. A" nn'rlie me Hilly uiuiiiil-'U
for one year ln u rlianril unit rei.ilrrd '
He H ill yj .ipiw cm nil work netil j
Heiid ))lm your.vuteli rben needlnjf re-!
Iivilrx iuM hr uiil nive you the EXACT (
COST"' pnlUnjt it lu Orat-vlnw fiuiiliiK .
orilrr. tutw but ihe Itiii'.t inat'r)B) u-et,
(J'Hu liol hI)i your nnK ll Ui rilu Uiugrr
lhn l iwoiilh. ilhoul rleaiilnf. j
lie iirrU- u Urgu u k ol U Tt HM, '
I'UK'KH. JBW fcl.B. Uli l lvlOVAMK. OPTJ
VALMh'Vf AM Ml'tlCAt I S-( Ul'M 1 ' l )
G. P, WASHBURN,
. NAIiXMQ JtWCUCM,
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1 preimfid to d) nil klnOa of ntk In
" Ilia line l.v lh moat n)"ol
He hna fciit Hnritti for MntklnK
(rroupHwnd iili.l vi und iv,
lw aunln utk 1m ItMlJiprahouUI
'ti(l on Inui, .. ;
til' WmtL'TWA H AtU1MMi.
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