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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 1, 1895)
THE SIOCX COUNTY
l. J. (Ummmmw. E4IUr a4 Proprietor.
r. r.ii.v e. h. Tim ubu.
Going Went. l.oin KmU
u. . mUed. lt:M I o. , uili
For flour, feed or meet call 00 E.
llorehound compound rough lyrup
(.lie great remedy for couglw and Cold
at Uie Pioueer Pharmacy.
IT or Strayed A browa Kelding,
yean old, branded circle on left thijfh.
I have a good Woods binder for sale
or trade for tock. W. K Baijjw is,
4 miles toutl) of Harrison.
Rumors of a local war come up
from Wet Ilat creek but tlie troop
liave not yet been called out
If you want a farm papei get one
Kublished in Nebraska. The Joibmal
cluba with the Xdmuka Famyr. Cull
and nee a copy of it
In caw where dandruff, scalp dis-
eaueti, falling and gray new of tlie hair
apiear, do not neglect them, but apply
a proper remedy and tonic like Hall's
Three car load or ful cattle were
dhipiied from here Monday evening, tlie
lint of tlie aeason from this place. Two
car loads were shipped by Brewster &
Anderson ami one by V. A. Bigelow.
Nels Anderson and W, A. Bigelow ac
companied the shipment
What causes bad dreams is a (men
tion that has never been satisfactorily
answered; but, in nine cases out of ten,
frightful dreams are the result of iniier
feet digestion, which a few doses of
Ayer's Sarsnparilla will effectually rem
edy. Don't delay try it today.
It is expected that the race track
will be laid off within the next few days,
All that is needed to make the plan c
success is a united effort, without tliat
it will be a failure.
Arrangements have been made so
that tlie trains will stop for dinner and
supper at Lusk after this week. This is
to be regretted, as it will lose quite an
amount of trade to our business men.
John Dout and 0. A. Garten each
made proof on a timber claim lost Sat
urday. John Pfost and Jesus Barassa
each made proof on a homestead. By
that Sioux county has one more section
added to the amount of deeded land
within her borders.
"Mamma, was that a sugnr-pluni
you just gave me?, asked little Mabel.
"No, dear, it was one of Dr. Ayer's
Pills." "Please may I have another?"
"Not now, dear, one of those nice pills
,in all you need at present, localise every
dose is effective."
Undes the new law which goes Into
effect to-day it is a crime punishable by
imprisonment in tlie penitentiary to
steal or kill any cattle of any value
whatever. A fellow would hate to go
to the pen for stealing a three dollar
The latest reports from Jackson's
Hole and the Indian war Is that t ie set
tiers are all preared to light but no
Indians can be found. It looks now as
if tlie whole thing was a farce, but the
troop will likely be kept there until all
While in town yesterday Chairman
Weber of the pop county central com
mil tee issued a call for a convention ol
that party on August l'tli. This
pretty hot weather to stir up pontics
especially when there nre but two of the
county offices that pay enough for the
incumbent to live on.
It is reported that quite a good
many contemplate leaving this county
In the near future. Home will go east
nonie south and some west. Wuen peo
ple become diswitislled with a place it is
just ns well that they leave for they ure
not comfortable and do not seem to
want any one else to be.
Among tlie new laws which go Into
effect today Is the one forbidding the
nelling or furnishing of cigarette or cig
arette paper to any person under the nge
of twenty-one years. The penalty is
fine of from ten to fifty dollars, one-hull
to be paid to the Informer. Our mer
chant will do well to be careful.
J & P. Smith fulled in business in
Children a few days ago and there was
the usual scramble among the creditors
over the stock. In some way the Chad'
ron Milling Co. got hold of some Oakdale
Hour anil put it into a enr which was
being loaded to II 1 1 an order from Lewis
Uerlach. The flour (rot here and was
stored in Gerlach's ware room. On Fri
day Uie attorney of the Oakdale mill
came up and commenced replevin pro
ceeding, Under those Shenlf Dew levied
on some of the flour in Oerlach's ware
room but it was not removed. In such
cases the plaintiff has twenty-four hours
in which to give an Indemnifying bond
to the sheriff for the protection of all
parties. No satisfactory bond was put
up within the proper time and the alter-
Iff released Uie flour back to Mr. Uer
lach. The case will have to grind ou
In the courts but no one here is Inter
ested, At no time was Mr. Oerlnnh
terested at he had not yet paid for the
Hour and the company of whom he pur
t haeed it wa amply responsible in the
event of any damage having been sum-
teityd by him, but he is pieaeed that h
M. D. Jordan aod Nels Roiefiburg were
over from Adelia yenterday.
Peter Ritbea and CI.hm Ohrinlenaen
were over from Mont rwm Wednesday.
Mis Lizzie Oerlach was up from i
Craw ford the Unit of tlte week visiting
J ol 1 Baker having disposed of his
Sioux county interesU, left for Colorado
Robert Ferguson was in Harrison Fri
day, returning front a visit with Mr- and
Mrs. Henry Warneke,
Miss Nellie Simmons was the guest of
Miss Clara Kirkpatrick at Highland the
John Herman was in town Monday and
called at this office. John a vays re
members the printer.
Rev. and Mrs. C, K. Connell visited
last week on Running Water with Mr.
and Mrs. A. McGinley.
G. A. Eckles, county attorney of
IJuwes county, was in Harrison on legal
business last Friday aud called at this
Grandma Davis and Master Archie
Uuvis went to Douglass tlie last of the
week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. F.
II. D. Churchill left for Pino Ridge
Saturday. From there he will go to
Oregon with a bunch of horses. His
friends wish him a pleasant trip.
Sarah Gould asks the district court
to sever the ties that bind her to John
Gould. She alleges that her hubby in
stead of treating her as be premised the
preacher would, indulged in the past-
time flinging her violently against the
side of the family abode, chewing her
fingers and failing to suport her. At
torney Guthrie is her legal guide.
John Coffee got word a short time
ago that some cattle had been taken
from near the 7 box L ranch. He wect
after them and found them at Casper.
One belonged to him and twenty-four to
T. B. Snyder. The thief had not been
(aught at last reports, but such activity
n gathering stock is apt to get him into
-There is little change to report in
the condition of crops from last week.
Some local showers have fallen, some
grain is cut and some is badly in need of
rain. At Highland last Sunday we suw
that Nels Engbret and Henry Covey had
their rye in shock and wheat, oats, corn
and potatoes looked good. Reorts from
other localities indicates that better re
turns will prevail than last year, and if
rain comes soon late crops will be good.
Taken as a whole the people of Sioux
county have little to complain of, but it
would be hard to make some think so.
-Last Sunday The Journal family
visited tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
DeBock on East Hat c reek. To those
who have spent a day at that home it is
not necessary to state that it was enjoy
able. They have a large, well-built,
comfortuble log house surrounded by
trees, but a few steps from the stream,
making a delightful place on a hot sum
mer day and also sheltered from the win
ter storms. Convienient barns and
sheds were also noted. The most inter
esting irt of the place is the garden.
This contains about live acres cf ground
and is lllled with all kinds of vegetables
for the mnrket. Mr. DeBock does not
fear luck of ruin, for he has a spring
which furnishes all the water needed to
keep his gnrden flourishing. It seems to
be the general idea, that a large amount
of water is needed to Irrigate a little
land, hut here Mr. DeBock waters a gar
den which produces enough to support
his large family from a spring Which is
not a very large spring either. He is
practical gardener and works intelligent
ly so that good results ore obtained, and
those who have but little water to use on
land will do well to visit Mr. DeBock
and his garden and get some (winters.
Half rates to Boston.
August 19 to S4, Burlington Route
agents in Nebraska and Kansas will sell
round trip tickets to Boston at the one
way rate, return limit, Oct 6th.
Ttia Tram to TaMs The Knight Tern
plur official train, having on board
Grand Commander Finch and escort will
VIA TUB nCRMNMTO.S ROtTt,
at 4:41 p. m., Thursday, August 21, Hi
ter urrival of all trains from the west.
Through to Boston WITHOUT CHANOE
Seven hours stotovr at Niagara Pal In.
Tickets and sleeping car reservations
on aixilication to any agent of Una or
anv connecting line. .
Send for free folder giving' full Infor
mation. J. Frawm, O. P, 4k T. A
DM Jee Kver
Try Kleclric Bitten an a remedy for your
troubles? If not, get a bottle now and
get relief. This medicine has been found
to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and
cure nf ell female complaints, exertinc a
wonderful direct influent in giving
strength and tone to the organ. If you
have loss of appetite, constipation, head
ache, fainting spell or are nervous
sleepless, excitable, melancholy or trou
bled with dir.r.y spells, Electric Bitters i
the medicine you need. Health and
strength are guaranteed by its u
Large bottle only B0 cent at til Pio
Tlie undersigned will sell at nublii
auction at tlte ranch nf Jow-ph Hebheln. j
on Indian creek, Hioux count v. n- .
TUESDAY. AUGUST 8, W,
the following property:
100 head of 3-year-old steers,
15 head of 4-year-old steers,
90 heifers and cows,
20 horses and mures,
Parol implements., consisting of wag
ons, mowers, rakes, plows, etc.,
Household goods and utensils too nu
merous to mention.
TERMS: All cattle and all sums on
other purclutses under M cash in hand.
On all purchases amounting to $4 or
over a credit of ) year will tie given and
00 all horses a credit of 2 years will be
given on approved notes drawing 10 per
cent per annum, none on cattle. A
discount of 10 er cent will be given for
cosh on horses.
I will also sell or rent my ranch on tlie
Nebraska-Dakota line; running water;
about 60 tons of lay on the ground; HO
acres under ditch.
For further information apply on
premises or address,
Ardmore, S. Duk.
Notice to Delinquent Tax Payers.
I wish to call your attention to tlie
fact that the County Treasurers have
een very lenient with you during the
several crop failures and as nearly all
school districts are in need of money
and the prospects are good for line crops
this year, I hhall insist upon the pay
ment of your iersonal taxes. Gentle
men they have stood long enough.
H. S. WuouRcrir.
Independent Judicial Con vent Ion.
The people's independent electors of
the fifteenth judicial district of Nebraska
are hereby req nested to send delegates
from their respective counties to meet
n convention in the city of O'Neill on
Monday, August 30, IHti't, at 2 o'clock,
p. m., for the purpose of placing in nom
ination two candidates for judges of the
district court of said district.
The representation will lie the same
as for the state convention, and the
convention will contain 64 delegates, of
which Box Butte county will lie enti
tled to 6; Dawes, 9; Sioux, 2.
H. M. Buluk'K,
Chairman Judicial Committee.
Special Exi umlons to Hot Springs.
On the following dates the F. E. & M.
V. will sell excursion tickets from Har
rison, Neb., to Hot Springs, S. D., and
return for one fare for the round trip.
These tickets will lie good returning for
thirty days from date of sale: May 24th,
June 7th and 10th, July 3d and lDtli,
August 2d and 2!Jd. For further par
ticulars apply to E. F. Pontics,
Protect the Maine and Fish,
Shoot or flrh only in the proper season
and escape the game warden by observ
ing the laws. Many states have new
game and fish laws this year, and if you
don't know them, send live 2c stumps
for a copy of the Game Ijaw issue of The
American Field, 245 State St., Chicago
Church Services Next Sunday.
Preaching service, Sunday morning
10:30; Sunday School 11:H0; Epwortl
League, 7. C. E. CoNNHA, Pastor.
Largest ( Irriilatlou In Nebraska.
It isn't much wonder that the State
Journal row has the largest circulation
in Nebraska. It bus reduced, its price to
(kl cents a month with Sunday, or 50
cents without Sunday; it has been
spending more money for Nebraska than
any other paper; it has on its staff sucl
men as Bixliy, Walt Mason and Annin.
The Journal I being pushed at every
point and is climbing steadily and surely
away ahead of the other state dailies.
People tike a Lincoln paper. Especially
wlien it is as good as tlie Journal.
Iililriirndnnt County Ounvrutlaii.
Till" inuil Intlenendnnt elratnra of Hloux
county urn requested to send dejeffiit' to
the nuiy convention to meet fit llurrlmtu
Net,., un Hutilrtlay, August 17, 1st, nl I
o'clock, 11. ni., to elect lete(i(UM to tlie flute
mill judicial conventions nml to pliu-n In
nomliiulioii cmidldnles for the vurloui,
con my ntttces. KcpresenlMtlon will m 11
folluon, being Imic4 on tlte vote rnxl for
Hon. Nil h A. Iluknmb fur governor In IrtM
Andrews prwlnci t leleu-K; Antelope
V, Itudnrcti llnwcn II ; ktlnwuod, t; Kite
rutins,!; HatCrcck, 3; lllhlsnd. I; Muut
rose, 4; Hannltot Water, I; Hnuse creek, i;
HiiKar lmf, ; WarUoHiiet, 8; While Mlvcr
; WhiHta rrork.S, ninkliut a toud of
II Is rocoiiiinenitiKt that primaries be held
at the khI liioe aiid hours la the varhms
preelncU TNiirmta)', AM-ant l for
the ejection ol lclei(uU-s and immlnatluu of
cauUlilnte Iwr precinct olttren,
M. J. WCRCR,
t fcatrmsa I ml. . (lea. Vim.
Notice to Milder.
fcenlod lads will be. miOvec) anil Hied by
the mnntv clerk at his rtMea at IIuttIm,ii.
NiH.. Voir III rcnlnrlnit of tfckn mni.1v l.rlilffc
acriws Hat creek ahlck ws wabcri out
from aeetlon line ncla-ces octkn TS sun Kl,
town !&, range M Plan an1 specflcnllons
a In Uie manner of replselnn until l.TMae
may lie tia'l li cnlllnt hI IT, office of the
eonntv clerk. All Mils to 1m arconipanletl
Iit a Wniwl In Onnhlr the anronnt nt the l.iil.
All hlls tn lc hied on nr before itoen of
NMtenitier K Ism
the laiiirit reserve Uhi riUM te reject nny
or an lima.
By "filer of tho bOi-.M of county eoinml"
THE BAKE OF HUMAN LIFE,
JMtki Out of the System by
the Use of
"For five years, I was a gn at
puffercr from a pmst licrsibtcnt
IiIcxmI difM'iuw, nopu (if tlie various S5
..... is..: I I...;.... -'
lllouicilti'K i v"on. i ilia ui mi v i
jn-lp whatever. Hoping thnt Q
t liungn or ciimat would HHient
III, l WCIlt Id CUUM, 10 J Ull 111. I, Q
mid then to rwiitij;;i .springs, o
where I remained some, time 0
drinking the water. Hut nil was gj
110 use. At lnst, being advised 0
liv several friends to try Ayei's 01
barsaparilla, J licgan taking it,
and very soon favorable results,
were manifest. To-dny 1 con
sider invself si iwrfectly healthy o
man, with a gt appetite aid gi
not the least trace of my former 0:
complaint. To all my friends, c:
iir.d especially yourg men like o
myself, I recommend Ayer's Kar
Raiiarilla, if in need of a perfect 'y 0!
reliable blood-purifier. .Iosk .
A. Em:oiiaii, proprietor Hotel .
Victoria, Key West, Ma.; resi- ft
deuce, 3i2 W. 10th St., New York, o;
Admitted lor Exhibition or
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR
Prompt attention given to ull legal
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, and United States Uind Office.
LIT'Legnl pajier carefully drawn.
Hahhisiix, - Nebraska.
D. L. SMUt'K,
Fashionable Barber & Hair Dresser
OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9 TO 11.
HAZORS AND SCIHHORH PIT IS OKPEK.
lilve I mo t a 1 Cull,
J. E. PH1NNEY, M. I).
riiyvioita nd Surgeon,
All culls glvon proint uttuution.
Office In Urug Store.
HARRISON, - - NEBRASKA.
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p baud, aim! tin ineot Commtrati Colirft
ng ia America. Oraduam naiuly cat Ml
n. Dcauriful rtliiraia Catalofiat tKUL
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O Cltrnl w OnlUare .ftnlacy.IU.
kM Coileire. AdiioNniMt. Art, Music,
It UeUteUr flrtl eim. d4 kirkemu. but
kkorea amlf nuKlerata pricea. Co-ed vicatkio
I. Special Ladies HalTbTKONQ IN ALL
tJRHAKTMKNTS. LEADS EVERYBODY
IN AKTknd MUSIC InetmnthM by Surop
ArtUU at prices within reach of veetera
Mople. Coma and nnr ART HAI U 1 muut
kav slat Profor, iwa kraM IHp Organa,
U Pian,Cliiiiltan, FincvrJKslra.Foerbnnda,
OraterM BooatIT, beauiilul l'Wpl, mw AttUnuriuta,
im cowm of Lacturni anil canocna, Mw Oymna.
mlum. Military Cunmany. (it Ihi bt, Behealyaat
kaalaiSaM. llih. 4 Hrrntf nina iach. Cak
Ib tho name and lame of the "Old
Reliable" store of MARSTELLER
BROTHERS, where yon can al
ways find bargains in everything
to be found in a
Now is the time select your
Highest market price paid for produce
of all kinds.
"The Old Reliable."
From scandal's name we stand uloft,
And honor not its propagator,
We sell yotl goods, will maUe you laugh
And go and tell your neighlior
The cheapest place to trade
. Yes, that's the name, just
Lumber, Coal and
Edited by Ex-Con irmBUi
W. J. BRYAN
I ike gnalut twnpaptr tmt
of the Ifiuouri Rio.
It tvdTocUi FREE SILVER
at Um prasMt ntto of sixttMa
Its mwi Mrrloa is th bit to
Daily, 18 00 per yw; W emta
permoBth. Wekly. ft 00 par
Subtcrlptlons for tht
rctlvd at this off let
S. L. ELT.1S,
I .i-.'i,ir..Hl to do nil kind of HU U
VEYINO (in.1 lm:ll LEVELIXO In
l-..niil i'.iuI wvlixfiU'tory iintnner,
C. C McBBlDE,
1 prqtared to do (ill kleylU of wiurk W
liia Ime Ojr tl iawi aifwoyrf
11c Im fpeiiat MraratnH far Vi
iH-rcujwiui(J utu4e vieara m M
ti watinc rk iiia tliat 1mm 4mmU
Will have no further bether with it
kcsafiea. , Carl A, ..w, J'a. U. "
steaer. M. J. hlbwktt,
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