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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1896)
I. J. &lmmonstor ami Prop.
F. K. 4 M. V B. R. Tim table,
(jolng Went. t.oliig EuL
Ha. i, mixed, 10:40 No. e, mixed ...7:40
Prompt attention given to all legal
matter io Justice, County ant) Iliatnct
Courts, and before tlie United States
Fire Insurance written in reliable
tJTLegnl papers carefully drawn.
Harkuon. - Nebhakka.
B. L. 8MUCK,
Fathionabte Barber &. Heir Dresser.
OPtH SUNOAV FROM 0 TO 12.
KAZOMi AND SCTSSOIW ITT IX OkDER.
Giro I ma I i I (.'nil.
J. E. PIIINNEY, M. I).
Physician and Knrjrron.
All ealli given prompt attention.
Offira In Drug Store.
IIAJUUsON. - NEBRASKA.
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE
HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE IN
VOKE OF WINTER
aim! when you need uoy thing in that
line you should surely go to
He also ha a fine assortment of win
ter underwear, gloves, mitten, hats,
caps, boots, shoes, arctics, etc., etc.
His stock of staple ami fancy groceries
is full and complete and on all goods
he will make you bedrock
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
J. C. I. Rngland captured a black-
C tail (awn a few days ago.
E. P. Main is reported to have pur
chased a livery barn in Crawford and
John lldut Will run it for him.
J The board of equalization is In ses-
1 sion alld now is the time to do all the
kicking you have to do.
Some person or persons have been
jetting in their work recently as harness
t).iv Buff Coffee had a 4!J riarness.
a whip and robe taken from his larn a
short tin ago and U. E. Miner is sa.a
to lave lost a (toid harness and saddle
Hnate effort should lie made to put a
tea to Mich depredations.
f s Knn is who imve iiwii
f fmn who are used to tho inspection oi
buildings expressed tlie opinion that un
lets tba foundation stone of the court
house is protected by a coat of cement
and aome other precautions taken the
building will become unsare. ihe atten
tion of tht county board is respectfully
railed to tlie matter.
-TSeporta from all directions are that
rgraio and grass is coming on nicely
since the rain and all indicates that
UtrwUned for a time, while tin crops
weredolnirfairlyw.il. The only trou
lle wHI be in localities which have been
overstocked during the dry years and
the gnat killed out to quite nn extent,
but jilenty of rain will tlx tlial all rignt.
4TH OF JGLY
RACES ! !
A good half-mile track will lj ready
and arrangements made for a number of
good trotting, pacing and running races,
foot races, bicycle race, suck races, etc.
A game of base liall will be provided,
A good literary program will be one
of the features.
A grand hall at night will wind up the
fun of the occasion.
The following committees were ap
pointed at a meeting held last Saturday:
Literary program W. II. iJuvis, C. L.
Marsteller, M. J. Blewett.
Base ball-D. II. Oriswold, D. Bart
lett. II. A. Priddy.
Horse races and other sports W. R.
Smith, B. L. Kmuck, N. D. Hamlin.
Finance W. B. Wright, John I.
liavis, U. S'. Hosier.
iJiiuce D. Uartlett, M. J. Blewett, L
Permanent organization, J. E, Phin
ncy, chairman, W. 11. IJavis, secretary.
Every body is invited to come to Har
rison to celebrate and participate in Hie
Foi'ND A watch. Owner can have
it by calling at this otllce, proving prop
erty and laying for this notice,
If you want good photos call soon,
for Mclntire will stay but a short time
Prof. B. B. Smith, son of F. M.
Smith of Five Points precinct, has been
elected principal of the Long Pine schools
for tlie ensuing year.
Work on the race track is progress
ing in good sliape. If there are any who
feel like contributing a day's work they
should report the committee, as they
can use all the help they can get.
lC. F. Coffee was in town Friday and
A .1 ! . ., ..(... I . ... 1 1
urop3u in wi cnui lev iiiouieiiin. uc
got his shipment of young steers from
Arizona through without one dying, and
now that they are where there is good
grass Ihey are coming out nicely.
Excursion tickets will be sold June
12th, and July 3d and 24th to Hot
Springs and return at one fare for the
round trip, good leturning 80 days from
date of sale. E. F. Pontius,
Agt F. E. & M. V. R. R.
the parties to the suit with their at
torney and witnesses appeared at the
home of Justice Hunter inBodarc,on last
Thursday in the case of Hester & 8on
against Lindeman. Attorney Outhrie
filed a motion to dismiss on mm grounds
that the records of the county clerk did
not show that any such firm existed, and
supported his motion by an allldavit tf
the county Clerk, ine court, suauiuieu
tlie motion and the caie was dismissed
at tlie cost of the plaintiff. The statute
on the subject provides that persons
doing business as a firm shall file certi
ficate to that effect in the oMice of the
county clerk, and failure to do so makes
the parties liable to a line in any sum
not to exceed t,000, but it is not lived
up to by many, but some have taken
tho precaution to file the necessary pa
pers since attention has been called to it.
It is understood that the defeated party
will take tlie case to the district court
It It reported that a shooting scrape
occurred at one of the ranches on White J
river a few nights ago, but no one was
hurt. A man from that locality ex
pressed the firm opinion that it
would lie wise lor tlie county board to
grant the license as the place will be run
anyway. That, in tlie opinion of the
writer, is a wrong position. The fact
that such a place was permitted to run
some years ago should not be taken as
evidence that it will be done again. L.
O. Hull is not county attorney and the
violator of tlie law may find to their
sorrow that such is the case. Tlie mat
ter of a license will come up before the
county commissioners on next Monday
and a reinonstranse has been filed so
that it Is not known how it will oome
out, but The JotmNAL would advise the
parties if they fail to procure w license,
they had better move out before they
get into trouble.
JacU Kriesler was at the county seat
J. W, Hunter spent Sunday at Chad
ron. Mr John Daut came up from f'rnw
focd. Monday morning.
Mr. J. L. Tipton lias been very sick
during the post week.
W. 8. Nicliolson was up from Whistle
Creek Saturday for a toad of wire.
W. B. Marsteller lias been suffering
from a cold which settled in his eyes.
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Williams visited
relatives at Pleasant Ridge the first of
I Larson was up from Running
Water the first of l he week trauuctiug
Co. Supt. Davis was at Adelia and !
Bodaru the first of the week on school
County Clerk Blewett was confined to
the bouse for a couple of days with an
attack of grippe.
Frank Nutto and Herman Kroning
were over from the north part of the
cojinjy on Monday.
Cashier Oriswold accompanied his
j family as far as Crawford Thursday
evening, returning next morning.
II. H. Russell brought up an oi)
painting which was executed by his son,
Harvey, which indicates that lie has
considerable ability in that line, He has
taken instructions from Prof. Worden,
All comrades are urged to attend
the meeting of the J. A. R. post to be
held at Harrison on Monday, June 15th,
at 11 o'clock, a. in., and especially those
who signed the application for a churter,
as business of importance will come be
fore the meeting.
E. E. Livkkmoke, Com.
The party that went to Andrews last
Wednesday evening report a good time.
A dance was given and the visitors were
taken into the circle, even the ladies not
being exempV'The fact that Red Cloud,
old and feeble as he is, made the pilgrim
nge from the reservation to visit James
II. Cook indicates the feelings of the red
men for him. lied Cloud is the head of
the tribe and his act reflects the good
will of all the Ogallalas.
F. M. liroome returned homo last
Saturday and reKrts having spent a very
pleasant time up on the White river.
Himself and family were met at An
drews, about 9 miles east of Harrison, on
the arrival of the train by Editor Sim
mons and his family, and were escorted
to tho camp where was a comfortable
tent, and all necessary utensils and pro
visions for a comfortable camping.
There were abundance of mountain
trout of good size, and nothing but lack
of skill and science in catching them
prevented the landing of more than
enough to eat. They speak in the warm
est praise of the hospitality and gerfial
manner in which they were entertained
by Mr. and Mrs. Simmons, and only re
gret that they could not remain longer.
The republicans of Warbonnet pre
cinct are requested to meet at the resi
dence of E. J. Wilcox on Monday, June
15, 1H9A, at 6 o'clock, p. m.( to select 2
delegates to the repumican county con
vention to be held on June 20, 189(1.
John Pi.unkktt, Committeeman.
Excursion tickets will lie sold from
Harrison at one fare for the round trip
to the following points on dates named:
To republican national convention at
St. Louis, Mo., June 10th, on June 12,
13, anil 14, Una! return limit June 2.1.
To democratic national convention at
Chicago, 111., July 7, on July 3, 4 and S,
final return limit July 14.
E. F. Pontic's , Agent
The Sioux county teachers'Jinstitute
will bo held this year in the court
house at Harrison, commencing June
22 and closes July !). The attention of
the teachers is called to Sec. 6, Hub-div.
10, of school laws. So if you expect to
teach during the coming year be in at
tendance at the institute.
W. 11. Davis, Co. Supt
IRON N0 WOOD
OF ALL KINDS.
Krltpfc sod Fs'rbnka Wind,
mills Tuwt'ru. TsqIu, Irriga
tion Outrun. Hum, BiMUdk.
Orlnder Hli-lie r. Wood Sam,
Drive I'ulnu. I'Ith. Kllllni..
Rr.a. imfwt. .firl ValrbkHkl
HIMlldsrd MralM. I'rlrea
low. (Iri toe beat. Send (or
FAIRBANKS. MORSE & CO..
tl02 Farnanitt. Omaha. Neb.
Kstlmste of Expenses,
At n reiriiliir moetinK of the Hoard of Trim
tnc of the V'II1hk of lliirrlson, hlonx conn-
tv. Nehriwkft. he it on tlie oth Oiiy of May
IhW), the following estimate of expenses for
the current municipal year of Istm was
Offleers' milnrles M no
l'rtnttiiK w m
Water piiinpiiiK, etc .... SAO 00
Klectlon expennes .... .... . l on
liirlMeutnl ..... 0"
sinking '"'' - m "
liferent oil wilier IsilllU ISO
To uiiply on ItKlifiiieiit.. 400 00
Total l.4 00
Dated llarriwiu, Nebraska, May SO,
1 37-41 1 J.. J. Ml M Moss,
1 VII lane Clerk
Estimate at Expense.
At tho regular January, ISOn, nieetlnir of
the uoaru or county eniiiiiiiaMififierH oi
Hlonx county, Nebraska, the following- es
timate of L'xpenM! was made for the cur
rent vear :
lilatrict court expenses tt,!fe no
Salaries 1J 00
HohiIh ami brldtfes ,fW0 00
I'rlntlnai and uiibllsliliiK 400 Oil
Institute 100 00
Insane and poor fund.... ' 00
Inrldental . . t,W
Soldiers relief fund . 100 00
Officera tees - W
Special debt fund as imiluaiMi ny ,
re1tvred warrants for the
years lssT, ISM and I SMI S.onn M
Dated Harrison, Nebraska, May 18, IS.
M. J. Hi.awiTT,
30 j t'oanty Clerk.
1'IuaI Proof Nolle.
All person having nusl proof iiottef-a in
thiM paier will nweive a marked eoity f 1 ie
m(jer and are n-'ue.w-d to examine tlM-tr
notice ami il any rrroia exial li.it lite
same to UilNOIIloe at oliee.
Notice fur I'uliliiniii.u.
Jtnd (Ittlee at Allliinee. Net,. I
May is, !!. i
Not ine Ih hereby arl -en that tlie followliiff
riMiiHHl Hi-ttler httrt tlU-,1 no(,ee il liii. inlen
tern lo ma lie lliial priaif in MitpM,rt of lila
elnitn, and Unit Maid rt! will la- niHde be
lorn II. J. Illettett, . lerk of Ihe ili-ll. l
urtirt, at Ilurriaou, Mel,., on June 77, I.,
Eaaie V. Pr'e-fcer. efllell, Nell .
alio made II. K. Vo. IIK7 for the . A
a. ' m-f. M, li tJ 11., r. '4 .
I.e uhiii 1 lie lol low litf a it-iene to prt,ve
hit eon liaitou renult-ut-c lllMill mid eujti
lion t,i wild laud, vi.:
s tave Ham., It. t . Swe, Alva lii'leve,
M . . NleholHon, al! of lu ll, Ni b. alu
Emory K. 1'neuser. (if Bell, .Veil..
alioimifte II. K. No. H4f for the ne. i4,
ae. uw. and lot & aee. i, tp. II., i. b4 a .,
ami e. t ne. , I, tp tx n., r. io w.
lie uaiuea the folloa l,i wllneert lo prove
lila eotitinuoUM residence lljioii uud cultiva
tion ol, aattt land, viz :
octave liarria. It. t.Neece. Alva Mirleve.
W. Nli holaou, all of Hell. Neb.
I :., J i j. v. w tiis.jM., lu-xtxter.
Xntiie for fuhlii'stioii.
Jiud Office at Alliance, Neb.,
June e., IH'.a;. I
Notice U hereby a-Ken that tlie followluir
nauii'il aettler hua lllel liotiee ot hiaiiiteu
tinu to imike final iinHit in Hitimorl o( hi
claim, and that said proof will la-uiaile la-
lore . J. Illini-ll. clerk or llislrlel ljurl.
nt llurriaoti. Neb., on July Iti, is'.ai, vi:
I'hnrles S. Williuius, of Ardmore. S. l
who mode 11. K. No. 4 KM tor the lots 3 A 4 and
a. n. i, wc W, tp. 25 n., r. w.
He UHUi-a ttie lollow'hn; wltlieaKe to prove
lila c-ontlnuotta reHhleiice UiKiil ultd cultlvu
llou of , auld laud, vi:
lleruian kriM-niutf. John McHiuir. refer
Wlwlenfeld, Joi n Oil rauder, all of Ard
more, s. 1.
J. W. V Kits, Jr., Itchier.
Not ice tor I'lilillnitiini.
Laud Office at Alliance, Neb.,
June 3, 1HMS. (
Notice la hereby u-lven tint the followtnir
named settler htia lilel uoiioe ol hiaint'ii
ttou to make nual proof In aiipiioi-t f,f Ida
cliilm, and that aald pnaif will lie made la"
fore M. J. ItleweU, ( lerk lilatrict t UI t ut
Harrison, Nebraakti, on July II, lhM, viz:
Jnliii If. N'eulln, of tiili hriat. Nell.,
Who made If. K. No. 4214 for the a. 1 . ae. K,
l4 ae. l4 it air. L. lie. l.. aec. I.i. til. J3 It., r.
He nauiea tlie followlnl witnesses to prove
hla contlntioua realdtnicu upon and cultiva
tion of , auld laud, viz:
K. W. Knott, Jamea Wilson. K. V. Wohl-
heu-r, nil of ollchnst, Ni b., ('. V. Coffee, of
J. W. Wkiis, J.
Notice fur I'ulillcatioii.
Land Oltlre at Alllauee, Neb., I
Mny lata-,. t
Notice ta hereby Klvcn that the followlliK-
iiamed act tier baa rtliil notice of lua Inten
tion to make rtilal pnaif In aujiNirt of his
claim, and that aaid proof will be nmde la--
fore m.j. iiieelt, clerk (list, court, ul llur
rlMiu, Neb., ou June 27, ISAM), viz :
Kmii7. Peter MulliT. nf Aril mure, S. II.
who made II. K. No. IWT.'i for thew.'fae. i,
are. 11 uud w. 'i ne. '4 aee. 14, tp. :14 u., r. -A w.
- He nauiea till! followlua: wltm-aae to prove
hla contlniioua residence, upon unci cullivu
tlou, of aaid hind, vi.:
I'eter Itreity, Jakob K lrelier, Jakoli Mark
1nf, I'eter llaiiaon, Hit of Ardmore, s l.
j:l7 4'J J. YV. VVkhs.Jk., Keiftaler.
The line 4-year-old Shire Stallion will
make the stand for the season of 198 at
(."i.OO to insure a mare in foal.
He is a bright bay, with good style
and action, and weighs about 1,700
Young stock will lie taken at murket
value in payment of service fees.
The horse can lie found at all times at
tho Schaefer barn 1 mile south and 1
mile west of Uodaro postofrice.
DO YOU WANT TO RAISE
I will put you is a machine which will
elevate from 800 gallons to 22,000 gal
lons per minute with the least possible
power. It can be operated by windmill,
steam, water or horse power.
It has been tried and its merits are
It is just the thing to use in streams
where a portion of the water can be
used to elevate the other portion.
They are cheap. They are durable.
They are simple. They are up-to-date.
Prices on larger machines or on iron
work alone, furnished on application.
Write for further information to,
L. T. FOOLE, Agent,
M A RST ELLER BROS.
"The Old Reliable."
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
THE SIOUX COUNTY
Always carries in stock a good line
of stationery consisting of
Letter heads, Note heads,
Etc, Etc, Etc.
When in need of such things do not
forget to call.
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