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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 29, 1895)
THE SIOUX COUNTY
L. J. Jmsww. Editor and Prs,r1rter.
F. E. . T K. B. Tire taMr.
HltrK fM. Kl1li Kut.
!. , wi4l. IJ., Xfr. , minx!.. :'
For flour, fel or im-"t cull on E.
Hrewter & Anderwm sliijuii-d two
car IvhaU of fat tr.it tie to (iii-Ii;i 00 M,
iUv. JlWelioutid co(iuunii cougli svrup
1 lie great remedy for cousin u vAiis
at tli Pioneer Iliarmary.
j Dr. Pliintwy report tlw arrival of it
new pri at tlie lioiie of Mr. arnl Mrs. J.
V. RiceUrir 00 last S.ituriUv.
1 ht 1 HrntAVEli A hrovrn 'lilinf;,
2 years old, lrir(l.il ciivle on li-ft tliigli.
A. M iCNl.KY.
T I . ,
puMiMied in Nebraska. Twi J yvw.
tlulw with tlie Xiimnhi hintvr. Call
Hml see a copy of it.
Evry pn kivinj,- a lr:nl sfwoli!
keep it an even and natural color, ami
if it is not so already, use Buckingham's
live and appear tKlv.
Tlie engine on a wet -hound iul
set the grass on lire on the south snl of
the track on MottLiy, and ipiite a scof
of territory jvas burned over. .Suite hay
which had been put up hy H. L. Smuck
was destroyed. No otW damaj;. tut
No apfietttc? Then do nut try to
force food down; hut uv; tlie most w-ien-tide
means for restoring tmn to (lie
ktoniach. How? Why, hy taking Oyer's
tSarxaparilla, ami in a surprising .short
time, your aps;titi will coiom a- nu,
and come to stav.
A dose of Ayer's Cl;rrr IVrtornl
tuktm in time lias prevent! rwmy a lit
of nicknem and saved numerous lives.
Tliis proves the necessity of keeimi this
lr.commrahle mwiicine wh ere it can Im
reached at all hour of tlw d,iy and
Important otlre. j
.. f'hte lirt firm ior.' ,;., m l.en 1
Ti-t en vl frmn tin- emmty ln-iitvr t-y
j the fsrhhsJier of TilK J, haL to tall an.! !
1 ... . . - !
j "-uie .ue uVJin'jiieet tow To
tliat cash is newJetl the county treas
urer w, 11 wt taks (), jjan'len truck,
etc. , in mv rneot cl tswra. Tlte JuVhsal
has hmt.lre.K of Arlisrn duo ami wtwn
ak-iHiiiHl ismadefornettlCTnent of our
.lchts we jwsrt tli demand aloo,
and we 1k, thi.t !hoe indebted to us
will Iwinj,' or send in tbo amount due
witiioul furtlier notice.
Mill Mate an
at the State
The dry weatlier litis used up the
rorn in Home ports of the county. The
wlieat is not mj good as was expected
hut still little complaint is m.ide. No
one w goiny to suirer for tlw vegetable
crop is fair ami most of Hk settlers have
some stock which they can disse of.
1 II. Itek'fcman, Fred Witt ami J. Did-
wijf each hied on a quarter section of
land near tlie Kennedy place northwest
of Harrison. Tricy came out from Iowa
a couple of weeks ajco and concluded
...sjtnt this was n goxl country for them
and located. It will not lie loni.' until
they will lie here to live.
S. R. Story was at tlie county
J. I. Clatdiorn was at tlie county seat
J. K (1. Hunter left this morning for
his Itonie in California.
Miss Kllie Wright went to Whitney
rriday evening to visit.
Mr. ami Mrs. Thomas Ilevenport were
up from (ilen last Satmlay.
W. K Nicholson was up from Whistle
Cnk ami called to see us.
jiis. it. t, Aeece ami ifcmliter, .Miss
Nora were at Harrison Monday.
Miss M nine Iiwler was up from
Crawford last week to visit friends.
J Miss Lizzie (lerlach came up from
Crawford lust Tliursdav, rettiniin I'ri-
i Irs. W. I. Handy ami djmt;hter. Miss
Ktti. returned to Whitney Friday even
W. H. Johnson of tileri was doinjj husi-m-wi
at tlie county seat the tirst of the
Sir. am) Mrs. L. T. I'(Kle of Marsland,
were gucts of TltK JiifKNAL family the
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Heurv was in
The meeting of tlie Hioux C'ounty
ricultcral .Sxietv tsi last ftotuiifar was
o'fairv welt 'itfnlMr Tlu. i.u.ulu.11 .,f
lioldui a county fair this fall vras taken ,
up and a tnotioo that no fair be field j
was offered and carried. Tlie question j
of tlie elate fair was taken up and it was
deckled to make an exhibit and tlie fol
low injj were selwted to collet t tlie stuff
and have charge of tlie exhibit: Leo i
IieF5s k. William Ellsliery, 31. fi. Oreen
ami J. H. Will. This committee is to lie
alio ed not to exceed 1 1 each for work
in pit tiering tlie exhibit and their ex
penses while away with it." That is a
very small sum and people sIhiuIJ do all
they can to help gvt the stuir toother.
Anvthiiif? that will not , spoil
should le fixed up in Rood
shape and the committee notified where
it is so that it can lie sent for.
This matter is of interest to all and
none should stand back. Tlie material
is in the county to make a line exhibit
and all that is necesirv is to tret it to
gether and lix it up. Tliere is no reason j
why a good premium should not lie se
cured. A large number of the counties
of the state w ill not lie able to make ex
hibits on account of the poor crops ho
that it will give Sioux county a better
show than at former fairs. Now is the
time for a strong effort to s made.
Last year a premium was won w hic h
will pay the exjienses of the one for this
year ami so a much lietter collection
should I secured. Ilo not wait for
some one to call for what you have,
(iet it. in shaie anil bring it in or notify
the committee or the secretary of thj
society mi that it will help to swell the
Pet I'rosser who was workinx for
Octave Harris had quite nn experience
with snakes last week. On Wednesday
lie was bitten on the arm by a rattle
wiake. He went to Crawford ami got
neceKwry medical help and was doing
all right and on Friday he went to
work again awl becoming faint got off
his horse and sat down on the ground
hut was hardly seated before another
snake hit him on tlw leg. He was taken
to Hemingford and medical aid called in
And atlast reports whs getting lietter
It was a pretty close call and for time
it was not thought that his life could Is?
saved. It is said that rattle snakes are
unusually 'numerous along Running
-A irty consisting of Mr. and Mrv (1.
Outline and son, Kd, Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
Simmons, and M.J. Hle"ett went to (ilen
on Saturday evening for an outing. They
were met at the station hy M. J. WetM-j
wlntransported their catnp out lit to a
picturesque Kt near the banks of
White river a couple of miles below
Olen. Next day a visit was made to the
carp pond near the residence of A. Ro
land, whose ieriiiis.sion was obtained for
the party to try their hand at capturing'
Home carp. A great deal of sport was
had and about forty pounds of ll-h cap
tured and were fine eating. The party
returned home -Monday, exnpt Mr.
Outline who had to remain to look after
some legal business, all well, m! islied
with the trip.
The case of 8rnith nguinst the Vil
lage of Harrison on some old warrants
which was mentioned in the last issue of
TllKjolRSAt. came up before Justice
Toddy on last Monday. The plaintiff
was represented by Frank Muridith of
Crawford and O. Outline represented
the village. The plaintiff being a non
resident wan required to give security
for costs and tlie court allowed thirty
day in which such bond should Iw
tiled so the case is continued for that
time. It looks like a contemptible piece
of business for the cue to have been
commenced a it was nt tlm most incon
venient place and day for the defendant
to apsar. Indications wore that it was
not etiec'ted that the village would ap
pear, but the parlies Interested got fool
ed a trip, The courts hive held Unit
such warrants are no good and the Irili -r
had better quit hm folishness.
ElHTOR Jskhnal: Let me thank you,
through your paper for the free 11 ml la
borious pulling you gave me in your last
isu, and inform the public that 1 am
too busy harvesting these davs to write
lip cope fr. ,-o'"Wb ' 1
i', i . 'i I1U-4.V.
ton yesterday and made a Jeasaiit 1 all
at this olllce.
Mr Nellie Hey 1 terminated her visit
liere kist evening, -and started for ler
home at Omaliu.
H. R OliHiam's wife and sister arrived
from Iowa last Friday and exjiecls to re
side Iktb in future.
Miss Fannie VanI5.skirk left Friday
evening for her home at Oordon. Mrs. C.
IC Conrs-I accompanied her and will visit
for a time.
I Miss Nellie Simmons started hist even
ing for Warrenshurg, Mo., where she
w ill attend school tlie ensuing year. Her
fatlier accompanied her as far as Omaha.
HoriAitc, Neb., Aug. ft, 1h)."i.
Mr. Jim Fitzgerald, of Chicago, is vis
iting his brother. John Fitzgerald, and
Mr. A. Houtliwortli has sold all of his
cattle to Mrs. Sarah Jordan.
The hum of tlio threshing machine is
heard through out the land and grain is
turning out lietter than was exiecti!d.
Quite a numlier of families are talk
ing of going to Harrison 10 school
their children this w inter.
Orandpa Hovey and family are back
on their old homestead in the Hovey
canon. Having tireu ot city hie 111
Kdgeuiont S. I).
There is a great deal of complaint
among our gardeners that cabbage lice
is ruining the late cabbage. Does any
one know a reliable remedy r If so we
would In: pleased to see the reciept in
the next issue of TlIK Jot RNAU
THE DULLEST DtiillH
Harrison , ,nk (I.
Notice to Delinquent Tax Payers.
I wish to call your attention to the
fact that the County Treasurers have
been very lenient with you during the
several crop failures and as nearly all
school district. are in nuea 01 money
and the prospects are good for line crops
this year, I shall insist upon the pay
ment of your personal taxes. Oentle
men they have stood long enough.
H. Si WdurmcKF.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the part
nership hereloiore existing oeiween .
K. Hough, W. II. Hough and C. Y
Hough, or Harrison, Nebraska, uiulc-i
the firm name of S. K.. Hough & Soiu
was dissolved hy mutual consent on tin
1st day of August, IHd.l, W. 11. Hougi
retiring. Jlie liusiuess will be conliniiK
by S. E. Hough 11 nd C, Y. Hough, undc
the firm name of S. K. Hough & Sou
who will pay all bills and colled ah
accounts due said linn.
S. E. lhifiilt,
W. H. Hdtdll,
C. Y. Hot nil.
OK ANT OUT1IRIE,
Prouqit attention given to all lega.
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, mid before tho United States
Fire Insurance written in reliable
Igiil papers curcfully drawn.
AllltiWlN, -- NkHIIASKA.
Alsmt twenty persons went to I.Usk
from Imt last Friday to witness the
game of base hall which had ls;eii ar
ranged for. Tlie day was pleasant and
all looked forward to a good time. The
game w as simply a social one so '.here
could 1 no occasion for unpleasantness.
As soon as the party arrived the Lusk
;ople ls'gan to roar a iout the pitcher
the Harrison team had with them. A
good ileal of roaring was kept up until
the players gathered on the grounds and
then the manager flatly refused to play
if Williams pitched. The manager of
the Harrsion team plainly informed the
others that if a game was iilaved Wil
liams would pit.h. After a lot of fuss
the game was commenced with Wil
liams as pitcher. When two and a half
innings had lieen played and the Lusk
boys just going to bat it was learned
that they intended to jump the game as
soon as the inning was finished anil as a
result it stopped there. Mr. Collins re
fusing to play any longer and left the
gronnds, and he being the captain of the
Lusk club the fun Ktopped.
The people who spent their time and
money to go to see the game as well as
those who weni to play felt that they
were treated decidedly shabby by the
Lusk crowd. The challenge came from
i,iisk some lime -ago and w as lor a game
for either fun or money. Our boys did
not think a nine could lie got together
and so informed the writer. Later it
was decided that a nine could be raised
and Lusk was noli lied that they could
have a game for fun. It was found that
there was no pitcher among the players
here and it also came to the ears of the
iople here that Lusk had a college bat
tery and shortstop who wera to help
them out nnd that they would also have
some of Manvilles best players. Not
caring to be caught napping they got
George Williams of Chadron to pitch
for them. Jt was learned that the col
lege party had left tho vicinity of Lusk
about a week liefore the date the game
was to have come off so that tho actions
of the leaders of the Lusk players indi
cated that they had decided to back out
of the game.
It was the first visit of the writer to
Lusk and he had always been given to
understand that the people of that place
were sports. Tlie exhibition of last Fri
day brought him to the conclusion that
Lusk was pure gumbo, not a bit of sand
being discernable in its composition.
It was thought by some that the
course taken by the Lusk players was to
even up an old score against the Harri
son ople of year's standing but if that
is true they purpetrnted their display l
malice on but two who participated 111
any of the former games. It is iiuiti
likely that no attempt ill he made ti
get up a game lietween the two towns
for some time in order to allow the cap
tain of the Lusk team to get big enougl
so us not to Ik? a baby afraid of beine
In all other respects tlm treatment 11c-
corded the visitors was all that could
have Is-eri asked, hut tho proceedings in
regard to the game certainly whs very
For a Cold to Eun into Bron
chitis or Pneumonia.
Check it at Once
'K.uiv i'i tli" Winter, I took a
iv co. which developed into
uti ,.livf lii-it:, 1 1 -1 1 L- 1 1 1 , r ,'itnoli
very painful to endure ami
'i'o;i!(iii!g hie day ami night, for
nine week., in spite of piuncnius
lvini'ilies. Aycr's Cherry l'cc
toivl licihg recommended me, I
began to take it. and inside of lit
hours, I was relieved of tlm
tickling in iiiv throat. Before I
finished the bottle, my cough
w is nearly gone. I cannot speak
100 uigiiiv 01 its excellence. oi
Mrs. K. li'osui. Eaton. Ohio. oj
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral t
Received Highest Awards
AT THE WORLD'S
B. L. SMUCK,
Fashionable Barber & Hair Dresser.
Is the name and fame of the "Old
Reliable" store of MARSTELLER
BROTHERS, where you can al
ways find bargains in everything
to be found in a
Now is the time select your
OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9 TO 12.
KAZOIM AND St'lSSOHS ITT IN (lUhKii.
t.lve I lue
JK. PM1NNEY, M. I).
. riijsician mill Surgeon.
All calls given prompt attention,
ornre in Unix Store.
llAltUlSON. - - NEBRASKA.
IT IS A
In the daily performance of his tfreut,
original trurtejry in real life the
It is in two acts. In the first act the
principal parts are taken hy Mr. (lerlach
and representatives of eastern wholesale
house, from whom the former purchases
his goods. In this act he displays tfreat
power in the forcing' down prices, and
extraordinary ability in the selection of
goods to suit his customers. But it is
in the second act that he most truly
shines and at the points where w ith 11
nourish his prices are
cut iirr two
his classic countenance bears a look
that is almost heavenly,
Performances every day from !) a. rn.
to 10 ). m. Special low prices on all
goods 7 days in the week. Admission
free. Don't forget the place.
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
Highest market price paid for produce
of all kinds.
. MARSTELLER BROS.
. 'The Old Reliable."
From scandal' name we stand aloft.
And honor not its propagator,
V sell you goods, will make 3-011 laugh
And go and tell your neighbor
The cheapest place to trade
Yes, that's the name, just
HOUGH & SOIST.
Urges! CimilalloH In 'eli aski.
It isn't much wonder that, tlie Hlnle
Journal now has tho larireht circulaUtin
in Nebraska. It. has reduced its prirv to
IW cents 11 month with .Sunday, 7r TiO
cents without Sunday; it has been
sndinjf more money for Nebraska than
any other paper; it, has on Its utalf such
men 11s Hi l,y, Walt Mason and Anniii,
The Journal is Iwinrf pushed at every
point and m climbing steadily mid surely
away ahead of the other slate dailies.
IV ( nt like a Lincoln paper. K- ec'ally
h . 1 it is lis good as tlie Journal,
GET THE BEST
When you are about tn buy a SewinR Macliinr
do not be deceived by nllurinn advertisement!
and be led to think you can get the best mado,
finest linmhod and
for a mere song. See to It that
you buy from reliable manu
facturer that have gained a
reputation by bonest and sq uare
dealing, you will then net a
Sewing Machine that la noted
the world over for its dura
bility. You want the one that
if WUiMt to manage and i
There li none In the world that
can equal in mechanical con
traction, durability of working
nana, flneneaa of finish, beauty
In appearance, or ha a many
Lumber, Coal and Farm Implements,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Lime,
Lath and Shingles.
Windmill and Pump Supplies.
It hat Automatic Tana Ion, Double Peed, allae
on both tides o( needle (patented), no other baa
it New Stand ( patented), driving wheel hinged
on ad Instable centers, thus reducing friction to
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I I the grtatttt newspaper vest
I of the Mit sour i River. ''
It advocates FREE SILVER
at the present ratio ot sixteen
Its news service is the best to
Daily, fO 00 per year; 50 cents j
per month. Weekly, 11.00 per)
Subscriptions for the
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S. L. KLUS.
iiivpiuvd in do all kinds of Sl.'lt
VliV Xi! iinil DITCH LEVELING in a
iniinjt r.inl NiitiMfiictory manner.
Haimuw - Nbbraska.
C. Mi BRIDE,
' ro)iirwl to dii nil klmU of work in
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