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Tb Sioux County Journal.
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Thursday. Seitembek 26, 195.
Ui'ltiililWuii Judiciul Ticket.
Forjudges, l"th district,
M. P. Klmlaid,
For county clerk,
W. S. NKtirjiux.
For county treasurer,
For superintendent of public instruction,
Y. II. Davis.
For county judge,
W. O. Pattersoh.
For commissioner, 3d district,
B. F. Johnson.
The republican state convention will
meet at Lincoln next Tuesday to name
the man who will be elected in Novem
ber to sit on the supreme bench for the
next six years and his name will I
Theopilis L. Norval.
C. J. Smythe, chairman of the Bryan
wing of the democratic part- lias re
signed. T. J. Mahony, the nominee of
the other faction for supreme j udg is
his business partner. Mr. Smythe saw s
chance to get out and tnok advuiitac
It is reported that KJ.mi R - a uei
will noon retire lioin the iu:u;.i: m -nt
of the Beeaod the iv-j. n;;l.iliiy w'tii i
transferred to his ;d, Victor. .to
such a change it is quite, i.fcl.i Ua:
many of the animosities enguiidc.eii o,
the senior and by hitu made so proaii
nentin the policy of the paier, woulu
Judge Maxwell has agreed to run for
supreme judge, but not one word ai
pears in his letter of acceptance that in
dicates that lie has climbed onto the
Omaha platform or that lie contem
plates attempting such a thing at his
time of life. The spectacle of the
middle-of-the-road pops running a re
publican at the head of their ticket ha
a ludicrous appearance.
Secretary of Suite Piper has decided
that the tickets put up by both wings ol
the democratic party will be put on tin
ballots designated simply as democrat.
The Bryan wing objected to the adminis
tration candidates being designated in
that way, but they deferred filing such
objection too long. It w ill take a demo
crat who is onto his job to know just
w ho to vote for at the coming election.
H. O. Stewart, who misrepresented
this district in the last staw senate has
had himself nominated for treasurer by
the pops of Dawes county. He worked
that party in Sioux county until the
got onto him so that lie could do no
more and then, about a year and a hall
ago he moved acros the line into Dawes
county. He got the pops of that coun
ty to support him last fall for the senaK
arnl now he has worked them to nomin
ate him for the best office in the county.
It is hardly likely that he will get neai
the vote of hi own party at the polls.
The vigilantes of Holt county are
again coming to the front. The success
ful evasion of the law by the murderer
of Barrett Scott nesniod to hava given
the gang a notion that they can repeat
Much outrages with impunity. There is
but one result that can be looked for
ward to and that is punishment. A man
or gang of men may violate the lnw for
a time bttt sooner or later justice cer
tain to overtake them. People for
a while may shut their eyes to the petty
crimes but when it comes to drawing
hm line, between law-abiding citin
and thoe who do not respect the law
. - .I . . . .
ine masses or we peepie in every com
munity ore to be found on the side of
The report from Sheridan county are
that from thirty to fifty per cent of the
population will move out of that coun
ty this fall From Box Butte county
the report is that many are leaving and
that some district will be ulmost de
populated. - The mime is true f other
wewtem counties. Sioux county has
Km a large par cent of her population
ta Uto post but a census on January J,
IBM, would show a loss of nearly, if not
quite fifteen per cent of its people dur
ing the year 1S03. Such a condition is
not at aH encouraging from a btitiness
ataadyoiet but there m no use in trying
to hasp people here vheti they do not
HHdn a Uric. It is a fact, however,
tiMt ttoae who tela! to remain will b,
fca abMatewry caaa, quite) comfortably
tzii - tk fat arc of wirtira Nabratka
htSEHK&of a problem now at it 0i
A V .ter Day for Neliru
lltr lull ' iiij; aj-url in tue Lincoln
J,iu i.al f last Sunday ami la woilliy id
the i uii.! ration of al' :
fiie l-..urr of erot a at M.ite for
! .i ... . . 1 1 , ... i-
atal.niiitv of aulliiient tuvmtude to
attrui t pu'.ihc attention to any feasible
Ik-iiik for tlie amelioration of climatic
conditions and to induce Urn ieojile lo
take u tiited action for relief, providing
any sin h -abeine is present rat Another
year su. h as the preaent or tue pa ft
and NVura-ka's rural population will
abandon it en ilia., and the projierty
of its towns will not sell under the ham
mer for enough to ay the annual taxe.
It is now the hope of every one that a
suliicient amount of niu will (all liefore
tlie ground freezes to till it with mois
ture. It is only the realization of this
hope that will make a crop certain next
year, and yet, a little reflection will con
vince any thiukiug man that the hope is
Very unlikely to I realized. With each
succeeding vear of drouth the ground
has lit-coioe dried to a :ri.MK-r di-pth
A- !le tfi- -iiii-l ir r n p-.r
i mu i ! -. . -X i .i j o i ' i '1 i .i i.
d,lliU.l-l-d. Uliie-. 1 1 it-re 1 s-'lllt- out
MiJe source from which a supply ol uioi
t ure can come it wou Id seem that we
may ho-e in vain for the greatly m-i-reased
amo iiit of rauJ fall we ne--d to
insure a crop lor next year. But i
there any cudi oilt.iide source? No. The
region south, wet and north of us have
.utl'en-d in the past three years to al
iiuvt as gleat an extent as we have and
there is no rtM-rve of moisture to Ije
found in any of them tliat gij'e us rea
s;iialjle hoj for wliat we neeil and iuu-.t
have to injure our agricultural and coiu
meri ial salvation.
It is true that some sjiecial act of
providence may take place-general
rains may come from we know not
where, caused by we know not what
and save us from initialing rum. But
ibis is not likely. According to my oh
v rvation providence works through the
iji-iii-y of certain general laws arid it is
in- duty of men to learn what those
i sure and use such powers as they
uave to luring them into ojeration.
1 have devoted a large amount of tune
o this hubject of drouth and hot w inds,
ing as a farmer deeply interested in it.
Some years ago w hen the (Tops of Kan
is were being destroyed by hot winds,
t made a long trip into the southwestern
part of that state and some distance into
ilie territory to investigile. Without
joiiig much into the details, 1 will give
my general conclusions. The great mis
take in relatioo to hot winds is that they
come from some arid district remote
iroin where they ure fell. The fact is
ihat the hot winds originate exactly or
uear where they are felt. If air that
ijurns as though it came from the mouth
ot a furnace is felt on the corner of Ilth
.r.ul 0 streets, it rises Irom the pavement
Wil.iiiu one hundred rods of that corner.
vV'lien in southwestern Kansas at the
tune referred to I found hot winds pre
vailing and the earth scorched and
opened in graat cracks everywhere,
fhey r.pparently came from the south
west. I went southwest until 1 came to
a sandy region w here the grounil was
not cracked, and whre a Miorl distance
below the surface there was plenty oi
moisture. I was out of the region ol
not wnf.ls but the hot winds in tue
Kansas regions 1 had just lft still pre
vailed. Not many years ago southern uakola
was being devastated by hot winds, coin
ing uparently from the south, liutul
that very tune there wus no hot wiud lu
The hot w md is the effect of drouth,
urolith i caused by aUseuce of moisture
which may he evaiorated aud precipi
tated m the form of ram. This may
seem like a platitude, so obviously is it
true yet it is on important Ktatemeul,
providing it can lead to a remedy.
Large arvas of land in regions compara- i
lively destitute of lakes ami rivers, tie
come snperlieated by long continued ex
posure to the direct rays ol the sun at a
temperature of KKI degrees and upward i
and the still air resting Unm this lauu !
becomes also superheated. A gentle
north wind now springs up, in fact is in j
duced by these conditions. This supr- i
heated air rises and more is Issing con-!
tinually hea tod. The wind increases in!
velocity and we have the western simoon j
or hot wind. Its continuance dejwiidn
upon the dryness and extent of the pi-!
ceding heat. But it will not extend (ai j
or do any apre(.-iab!e damage iwyoiiu '
the area wliere the ground was so super
heated, Hot winds jai only be felt when the
winds are from the south or southwest.
Wind from any other quarter soon cools
the superheated air. I have known the
hot wind to lie felt for a few hours with
a southeast wind, but the southeast
wind being cool and moist soon over
comes the influence of the heated air.
In the south and southwest wind the hot
air continually rises, but the earth sup
plies its place with more healed air, but
in a somewhat less degree, the mere mo
tion of the atmosphere tending to cool
ness; This process goes on until a uni
form temperature is established, either
by gradual process or a storm. We are
now witnessing the unusual spectacle ol
hot winds in the middle of September.
With all moisture sucked from tlie
earth with a rarifled air, vegetation al
most dead and the burning rays of the
sun heating lha dry and ps relied earth,
tnts nay o on antii the sun i so far
ash, L- ... ' --, ' -
(jood ri's furnish oil short notice.
Behable drivers and cjuiet saddle hordes always on hand,
(rood atvoiiimiMjations for lrans ient cutoni'Ts.
TERMS REASONABLE. GIVE ME A CALL.
IJ. It ORISWOLI. Cashier.
AUTIIOHIZEl) CAPITAL S0 000.
. ansacts a General
CO R K KS PC) N 1 ) K 'IS:
Aur.RM an ExniAXiiF. N.TKiX, Vk. New York,
Omaha National IUxk, Omaha,
IifjsT National Hank. Cltulroi!.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
t"LUAlT3 H)U) ON ALL PARTS OF El' HOPE.
-4 PFR naV ftnro 5salamftrrrtmm!irm Jl" v" "nor-
n:-iil t'-rr y:ir tO'inA, at tf.iMl ae. t ysjur
otit .iiwicie ijrii.e li.t aud pirutiiUi. ne
declined to the north that its rays will
no longei lit-at the ground. Long con
tinued :ihsein4i of dew is a condition ire
ceileut of hot winds. With a certain de
gree of moisture in the atmosphere
nightly falling in refreshing dews the
earth, evi-n where ijuite bare of vegeta
tion, could not liecome so intensely
hi fited a to heat the air to the extent I
have descrilwd. Hot winds under much
conditions, or at any time when the 'at
mosphere was saturated with moisture,
havii never Ix-rn known.
Philosophy and science will ronftrni
tlw truth of t!w above th-Hirv as to hot
Is there an ell'uctu.tl reaiwJv which can
ixf. gt-m-mily anil easily upph.-d by the
projjle l Ih.imm-1 virs, without report to law
and without any considerable aniJiiut ol
money capital ?
1 aiiswrf yes, unhesitatingly, and I
will describe it.
it is this: Supply artiliciallv what
nature has tailed to give us, viz.: I'oiid
and small lakes all over the state, winch
will be tilled with water by the fall and
spring r.nus and from which evapora
tion villi cuntiiiu.i.ly take place, uf)-
plying iiioipture to the air, wht-h will
won Oe returned 111 tiie form ol ram.
twl up by artificial process nature s own
system lor purifying the air, irrigating
Uie s:jiI and promoting Vegetation thus
masicig a wiioeruesH lu Ulossoiu us llie
iliisis stated in general terms, and
uay al lirt glauca seem impracticable.
Out as a uiatucr ol fact nothing is easier.
Over nearly all of Nebr.i-.ka, Kansas,
eastern Colorado and all of ixitli iakotas
tue surlace is geuiiy roiling, with many
maws, which as we go westward he
coun caituus. Tliere is coiiinarati vel V
nvv.v V'u nil , IC.ei lIHlb HUll'UllI
,,,, . . .1
pouus ot Irom one to ten acres carnot be
uiaile ou nearly every ijuarter sei;tion.
I ue iaoor of constructing these ponds is
very latfe. it is entirely unskilled ia
uor. U is d n with plow and scraper
aioue. it nevils tlie sanction of no law
Hie division of the state into nn irriga
tion districts the iiavment of salaries
vi no ligation coiiiuiis.si.meis. .10 gas, ,
cAjtueu mi me ciuuus or Mie legislative;
wooy, s uecessary. A lew days labor
with team, plow and scraper, 110, Lm
lorw tlirf (aft 1, mis begin oil every land
,11 the su.e, is all tnal is reipiire.l.
iiul tlio iast-naiued comliUou is nulls-
peusiUe, Aim muveiiteiit to e vamaole
must be general. The application ol .
this plan to oiie county like Lancaster ;
niigni erhaM have some value but It 1
"ouici oe very Utile. Uul its uppnca-
tion to the state al large could not fail 1
u Is! of inestimable value. If these
dams are constructed the fall and spring
rain would lill them with wAter ready
for evaHration during tlie ne I summer.
Hie uiowture thus raised would be rede
po siUsl in showers or dews within tue
mil Hence 0 this system. An iulor-
change of such showers and dews would
go forward, and drouths in all the great
area that might adopt the nysteiu would
oe impossible. Then indeed trie Oeneius
liortrayed by some er.Umsinsti': editors
10 result from Major Powell's mountain
reservoii-s minht he realiXedt "An d
dilion of 100,000,0(10 licres of rich but
now arid land Would be made to the till
able area of the west."
In behalf of all tlie (wopte-'-ln behalf
of increasMt production in oetiall 01
those Htruggling farmers who are lieiug
brnyed in the winter of destitution 1
auk thi press of the state to lake up the
subject and secure an immediate und
concerted movement to put the plan
into fore. JT. Ri'Mtowa,
Feed and Sale
C. F. f'orFEB,
own home or to Iravrl? If v, fcfinl '1
lurr.ii.a uc&l of iiaiiic rrfercm.e.
CO., Detroit, Michigan.
Send your address to H. 1'. Ruckled &
Co., C'hicaga. and get a freu sample box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial
will convince you hf their menu.-i. These
pills are easy in action und anj pariw u
larly elfective in the cure of tti v (ra
tion arid sick headache, per Mal.nta
and Liver troubles they have been prov
ed invaluable. They are guaranteed ti
be perfectly free Irom every deh teriou -substance
and to be pmeh veeliibl. .
They do not weaken by tleir action
but by giving (.in- to sto. 11.11 li ami h .. -els
greatly invigorate the system. IU
ui.irsiz.j per box. S lid by Ploi.cei
Thos? who have used ur. King's Ne
iJisuovery know Us value, and thow
who have 11 jw the opportunity to try n
free. JulI do the advertised drugi;..
and get a trial bottle, tree. Send youi
iiaiuu and uddrens U Jl. E. Ruckleti &
vyo., .hicagu, and gel a sample, iox t-i
ur. King's New Lilc Pills Free, as wen
us a copy ol Uuidy to Health anil House
hold instructor, free. All of which i.-
guaranteed to do voil irid and cost vou
uotlung, ati'loiieer i'liarmai V
. Notice to lcli im iit-nt Tax Payers.
1 wisli Uj call your ulteuliou to Uk.
(act that the county 1 reasurers hav.
lx;eti very lenient witu you Ouiiiig tin
several crop failures ami as ueariy ai.
sclimil Oi.tlricls are in lieeU ol uionev
ami the proects are good lor Unu cropn
tins year, j shall msi.-t upjn tlie p.i
. ... I. i T
lueiit ol Vour iwf.vjii.il taxes. Gentle
. . ..,,.,..'.,, . .
men they have stood long enough.
H. S. WOOUHLI-F.
Riu kieii- Arnica .salve.
The best salve in the world for tuts,
i.r,. H..r... ul.-ei-. -.il n...,i,..
!"""" -....,i, ...v..v..,, umxuni,
corris, alio ull skin eruption ami (slivc-
j ly cures plies, or no pay required, it is
'wuaranUed to kiv- ik...u, t si.l.niaclioi.
'""" k-.u,.,. t !., isjuus pe,
box. For sale iiy Pioneer Phariiincy.
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Prompt ittteiiliou given to all lc..
matters in Justit), t ounty uud i isli iii
Ixmrts, and lfore lltu Unitetl tlalt
Land OtlU e,
Fire Insurance written in rt-huble
jr-aLcgnl papers .-arefolly draw n.
llAltlii'-KlS, - NtHliASKA.
V. K. R.
P., V, & M. V, K. It i th ts-st
to and from the
SUGAR BEET FIELDS
THE UND OF THE HOME
STEADER. Free Homes for More
Than 5,000 Men.
A new county with
AND 800,000 ACRES YET
OPEN TO HOMESTEAD
Contains over forty-five miles of
rail oad and has no county
SO KOSIIS. SO DEBTS, LOW TAXES.
Furl, l'osls. Log ami I.uiubi r I lu-aprr
Than at uu v Other I'liico
Sioux l ouiily in tlie nortlnvesl t oiiuty
It is ulsmt thirty miles
c;tst ami west tiy about M-veiity miles
north nnl south :uul contains
OVER 1,300,000 ACRES
of l.i ml There ma more bright, sjiark-
lini;. stiiiill streams in the "uiity tlmn
ean s found ill the same lireil els: here
in the state. It has more (line timVr in
it than all the. rest of the state combined
Its frni-ses are th rii In st ami most nu
tritions known so that for sVu L-'ro" iur
it is unexcelled.
The soil varies from a heavy i lay to a
light mtndy loam nnd is cHpabl of pro
ducing excellent crops.
The principal crops uiv Mimll t;rain
and vegetables, although good corn is
grown in the valleys. The vvlraat, oats
rye and barley are all of unusually floe
quality and command thfc highest mar
The water is pure and refreshing mid
is found in abundance in all parts of the
The county is practically out of debt
md bus over forty-live miles ol railnmi
tvitlmi its bonJers, has a good brick court
muse and tlso lieces-iiry llxtuitrs lor ruii
,.ii llie county ami there haniievtr
.K-t-u one dollar of county bond issiineu
lid hence taxes will lie low.
The Fremont, Eiliiioru & Missouri
alley railroad crosses Sioux cxiutity
Irom east to west and the U. & M. has
ibout lilleeii miles of its hue in Hit
ioi tlim: t part of tlie county.
Tue climate is more pN.-as.int than that
f the etinle.ru portion of Nebraka.
There is still
OVER 000,000 ACRES
of laud in Sioux county yet oiu to
Homestead entry. It is liclter land uuu
more ilcmrably loi-ated than that foi
hicli, such ru.slies are made on the ojh-ii-inol
a rvservation. Tliere in no ruii
road laud in Uie county and for thai
rea-oil itn .settlement has been slow lor
iio hpecittl ell'orl to j;ot settlers Was
uade, :ix was done in the early days oi
the HftUemeul of the eastern jirt ol Iht
Good deeded land can be purchased at
reasoimble rates w ith pivernuieiit land
oiljoiuing no tliat. a person vWio waul
more than one (juarler seclioii caiiohtau.
it if he liioi a little mean.
. There are aliout li.olXJ peole in ti e
county and there Is room for tliouuid,
uiore. ilarri iu ih lliw county scut uud m mi
j.it'-d ou the I', li &. M. V, railroad, inn.
s a xni .i liiiu an the Unuly wll in.
.SciiiKil lioiine.i and ..liurWiex ure ic
viiJed in almost every Hcltleiiietit and iw
Kept up will) tie; tunes.
All who desire to ;el u lioluesje.id i.i
buy laud clieap am invited to come twiil
see Him country for tlictuwl'. en ami jlill.
il Its im riU, lioic .-te.i.o v. Hi i.
ilitrt iiihImc miH li i. n.' i -nix '
to use your riul uinl f,el Ion u
land Irom Unci JSmui liec it i ino j
were aliout it,
Look at Thin I.I.t
of wet?m i-iliee:
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ll does'nt infUr thlcli you ml. ,
vikitinjr, Tim IhirlhixtiHi Routf i, i
bmt line to nil us it is to ny m: i
Advertising ii,. at. -r a. id full u.r..n. ,
lion bout trains nial rlc on apl'l c
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situs A. lioleomh I .ne;noi.
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VleetH i-neli u! li'l-firtl v Nil unlay evening
lit r o'eltn-k. . l(. Ill.vi, . 1'.
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t ru oiiTii i.k Mil i:.
liewilioint! nii-etlni es ery simi.ty ei inilii
wt lijl. 1 I'lllnl Inritlli-J on en II 'of pli".!
ill-Ill. I.ol It 111 TI II,
JlKS. M . II. !)VI. i,i-i'li lU.
to the person uhmltlln the I
most meritorious tnvcatioii I
durini? the privv-dinir month. I
WB SKCL'HB l'ATKSTSi
FOIl INVKNTOH8, ami the (
object of this offer i to en
courage Denonii of an Invent-
lvo turn of mind. At the (
name time we wlnh to Imprest
the taut that, :: :: i
It's the Simple,
That Yield Fortunes
such s flo Ixinif'ii ftock
unit K.) e, "S'0 thnl llunili," i
Safety Pin." pi(M In t lo-
vcr." "Air llrake," etc. i
Almost every ooo cunceivrt j
Q a lrl(lit Idea at so mi- time or i
other. Why nut put It In (irar- i
Ileal use? Jul It tnlcutx riniv
al user 1 ol It t.iK'iiln run v m
In thin . direction. Muy II
ku j-our fortune. Why nut la
? :: r. :: t: IX
M tyiVrito for fiirlhr-r lnfonruition f 3d M
uiauliun Ho puncr.
8THE PRESS GLfllMS GO.H
Philip W. Avlrctt. Gen. Mgr., M
618 F Street, Northwest. S
i pan H
at I in M
fWTh n-3 ik r.s: in I H y of thia comfiani
may 1st ju.lio-0 tiy mc fact that I
alocK i hel'l liy ovei uiie thoumnil '
lit the leadllllt bcaainWuit In lili-
ST. MARY'S INSTITUTE,
This Institution, chartered July, 1873, is
conducted by the School Sisters of Notre
Dame, and provided with every requisite
conducive to physical, intellectual and moral
The system of education embraces every
useful and ornamental branch of art and
science suitable for young ladies. For cata
St Mary's Institute, Quincy, 111.
fouply taugtu. l.tlre trvhen, HUH nutrnl,
neap bowd, and the tnesl CommcrtiaJ lollera
aildmgu Anuinca. Orduaie nadily xcutt iu
Moot. Beautiful TlliiMnitd Calalocu (RLk.
4U D. L. MUSSKI.MAN. PMd.i,7
j OamCltyBualn OolUra, (tulncy. 111.
kaa Oall, Acwlnmie, Normal, Art, Mask,
Oonmarotal ami Modal School UepsrtmetiU
Itltitrtotly flntclM!, mn4hl-htid, but
chrp ool r mod era te prk-a. evocation
L . ftdtlldli Hall. HTKONO IN ALU
DEPARTMENT). LEADS EVERYBODY
IN ABTaoi MUSIC. Inatroction by Europ
MArUata at pr loot within reac h of wm tan
pwi vaaw aiMMaMrAKTHALL. fanatic
PWrn, t. rWt ant Pkw Oraaaa,
U rUaaijCablnct argant, Vinr of. h.ir, tmm baaa.
Oraiwla taewt, txauiiful Chapel, new Auditorlaak
I Lartutra m4 cocn, Hrw t)m
. Cflai ifaal. Ti ' l
"0"7 wiwait acaaainat
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