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The Sioux County Journal,
HJLKiISOIsr, ISTEBIJLSKIA., TKCTJKSID-, APBIL 22. 1897. TO. 33.
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The Sioux County Journal.
Subscription Price, 11.00
OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIOUX COUNTY.
Geo. 0. Ctnos, -
Entered at the Harrison post office a
ocoud class matter.
The Omalia reform forces will be
obliged to crow eat again a thy were
.lefeated in Hw.Mnyomllv flection liirt
Tuesday, but not without mme satis
faction, ns they were deseated by only
a small majority of 263 votes cult ry the
republicans normal majority down 1238.
We acknowWdge the receipt of "The
Siocx County Journal" published at
Harrison, Nebraska, by deo U. Canon,
the former postmaster at Alpena. We
shall be pleaaed to receive it as ex-
hange, and trust that Mr. Canon may
find bis new business both pleasant and
profitable, and nttould judge that he
would from tlie issue before us. Tlie
We Must Reap What Wf- .Sow.
the year i896 the people of this country
spent 1,456,000,000 for strong - drink,
then following this statement comes
these two questions. "Now why did they
do it '( Did it help them in or out" ?
To tlie first I should sav that a great
mnn iu.d inherited fL iTftvimr flnnitite
for it and did not have strong will enough ,
to keep tiiem trom tailing into toe iemr
talion that surrounded them everywhere.
Home believed it no harm to take a
social glass, and very rude and illmau
noredlv in refuse a. drink. Many more
drank because they thought it smart to i
make hogs and howling demons of them-j
Jo aristocratic society people drank
because it was fawbionable. While the
bicest majority of our state and United
States officials from the least to the
greatest drank to smother what little
conscience they bad left that they might
swindle the people out oi as mucu money
as it was possible for them to do while
holding prominent positions of honor,
trust ami influence unuer trie huwiuu
of Uncle Sam. As to whether the people
were helped in or out, I should gay tliat
in the largest majority of cases the people
were helped in.
F.ir inutnni'a throuirh its influence
lrxvl into the noor-liouses,-
mad-houses, orphans homes ana work
houses, into poverty, lives ol simme.anu.
into drunkard and pauper's graves, and
last but not least it helped in election,
when its mliuence swayeu me iiiuiinmuo
to such an extent that they lent their aid
to plying into the most prominent and
highest offices in our land swindlers and
These are only a few of the ways
that the people were helped in, but it is
enough to help tlie people to think.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an
order of Hal to m directed issued by the
clsrk of tbe. District Court of Sioux County,
Kohrn.L-u. fti mi action pending In said court
wherein Asbury K. Hobxon 1 plaiutitr and
Count H. Wadsworth. Glrtie M. Wadsworth,
Louis V. Wodsworth, Joseph G. Morris,
Charles J. Grable aud Altman, Miller ft Co.,
are defendant, I will ou the 17th day of May
1897. at one o'clock P. M-, at the Eest front
door of the Court House In Hernsou, Ne
braska, offer for sale, at public vendue the
rniifiurlnir rtescrihed real estate., to wit:
ti, w.mt Half iwW) of the South-Kant
Quarter. (soH) and Keast Half Ce'-i) of the
Kiirli-Wt Ouarter (s-w'i) 01 hecuon sine
(9) In Township TMItyone (XI) n Range
Klltv-slx Cifl) W., of tbe Sixth ()!', M., In
Woux comity, Nebraska, to atlnfy a decree
of toreclosure entered in panl cauws uy our
HHld Court at the reirultir Koveuiber, 1H1I3,
term ol said Court to wit:
On the first day of November, 1903, where
in our said court found due to the defend
ant Altman, Miller Co., on the cause of
action set out In Us cross pctitltlou the sum
of 70.40 with te.u per cent Interest thereon
from said date, and adjudged same to be a
fit lien on s:iM premises. The said Court
also found due the plaintiff ou the cause of
action Ret ont in Ids petition, the sum of
320. 71) drawing ton per cent interest from
said date, which was declared and adjudged
by the court to be a second Hen on said
premises with cost and accruing costn.
s,i-.1 nremise.8 will be, sold for the purpose
of satisfying said sums in the order above
):i2..) Sheriff of Sioux County Neb.
i STATE OFFICERS:
Sijas A. Holeonib Governor
Jiuiieg K, Harris Lieutenant Governor
v i'nrt..r rieeretarv of State
Jttf'n F. Cornell Auditor
J. It. Meserve. Treasurer
C.J. Smyth Attorney General
J. V. Wolfe Lund Cominissionei
W. It. Jackson -Supt. l'ublie Instruction
TlIK.TOURXAL will publish yourbruud. ike
the following, for $10, per year. l-.acli ail-
ilttlonuJ brand 7.ri cents. Kvi-ry farmer or,
ranehiiienin Sioux aud adjoining countie4
should advertise Ihelr brands in The JoCK-i p,.omDt a(.tention given to all legal
NALas it drculaU all over the, state. It,
,uay bo tbe means of saving money for yon. 'matters in Justice, County and Uistncl
Courts, aud before the United btutes
John M. Thurston U. S. Senator, Omaha
Win. V. Allen V. S. Senator, Madison
J. Ji. Strode, Congressman 1st Dist., Lincoln
KRANK NUTTO. LanJ Oilice.
On left side of cattle aud ou left
Mmolder of horses.
Range on Antelope creek
1'. O., Ghiichrist, Sioux Co., Neb. ,
D. H. Mercer. " 2d
Sau.el Maxwell, " 3rd
W, L. Stark, " 4th
irD. Sutherland, " fith
W. L. Green, " 6th
A. M. Post Chief Justice, Columbus
T. O. C. Harrison As'te Judge, Grand Island
T..r.. NorvHl Associate Judge, Seward
D. A. Campljell-.Cierk and Reporter, Lincoln
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
M. P. Kinkaid Judge, O'Neill
W H. Westover " KushvlUc
M. J. Blowett Clerk, Harrison
On lpf siile or hip of cuttle, j
ii.. i..ft vii. mliler of horses. 1
Range on the head of Warbonnotj
Address Ila rrison, Sioux t o. eD
Fire Insurance written in reliable
companies. , ,
l"Legal papers carefully drawn.
Harrison, - NaaRASKA.
c w CAI1EY.
!On left shoulder of cattle and
lliHiiire on Little Cottonwoou.
1', ()., Crawford Sebr.
W'hile abroad slie declared that all
men were created free and equal and en
dowed .with certain inalieoable rights,
tihenlill recognized a dividing line be
tween labor and aristocracy. They were
considered as equals, labor was from the
begimng the servant of capital.
The clause in the declaration of inde
nendence. savinir that all men were cre-
stted free and equal appealed to the mind
of tlie common people, and they were an
How Gists Consider Proposal.
i'Mv Hrtar rirl. when a man asks you
to become his wife you ought to put
some questions to yourseir, writes ivuu.
Ashmore to girls on "The Profession of
Marriaee," in the April fri'lits Home
Jounal. "Satisfy yourself that you love
this man well enough, not only to be
happy with him, but, if need be, to suffer
with him. Decide for yourself if this
be the man of all others in whom you
Final Proof Notices.
All persons having final proof notices In
this paper will receive a marked copy ol the
pajtrandare requested to exam ine th. U
notice and If any errors exist report tbe
same to this offlee at once.
Robert Wilson County Judge
M. J. lllewett r-Clerk
Chan. Biehlo - ......Treasurer
W. H. Davis.. Supt. l'ublie Instruction
u. J):u iit-tt ..
j K. Phlnney ...Coroner
B. . Thomas - surveyor
M. J. lllewett.,.. ...Clerk of District Court
Graut Guthrie . .....County Attorney
I 1 firiantrflfl American I
A Aoency for
1 "A JJy TRADE MARKS,
Mlh RESICM PATEMT8.
HOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:
Frank Tinkham - !- Dislrict
M J. Weber(Chairinan) 2d "
JiiUies F. 'Young t "
.i I . : ,1 .... 1 , ... wi. . .i i n ' frtr i t,m n: f
with one accord ready to sacrifice their i jonship means as much in marriage as in
... ... ... t; il.; Than vnil must think of the
all, even their life for their countries
freedom and independence. And when
their country's freedom was established
and capital stid we must put tariff oo
foreign L'oods to protect our home manu
facturers, and keep other countries from j
floooding markets with their goods.
friendship. Then, you must think of the
future. Ask yourself, too, whether this
man brings out in you all that is best,
whether he pro voks that which is little
.. .i r, in iniii nr whether he IiinUeS
auu liici," J ,J , r ,
you into making light of that which is
good. Lwcuie wnetner tins nmu
one with whom you would be willing
to grow old; wnetner mm man is me one
The laboring clasa of people fell easy o whom you would, without hesitancy,
' b ? . I ...l... 0,i,.nu il,t irAiil.U vnnr con-
Timber Culture proof.Notiee for Publication
Land office at Alliance, Nebr. i
i March 20, 1K97. i
Kotice is hereby given that Edgar Mack
ey of Mackey, lowa, has tiled notice of
Intention to make final prof before M. J.
lllewett, Clerk of the DistHce Court wi.
oflleeiH Harrison, Neb., on the first day of
May, on tiuilier application No. 430, for
tbe W li of N-E'4 mid Wi of N-WU of Section
So. 1, In Township 34, Range W.
He names as witnesses:
Michael 1). Jordan of Adulia, Neb.
Sels V, Rosen burg " "
Aaron O. Wisdom "
and Joseph lloffcr " Montrose, Neb.
j. W, Webs Jr.
Otto Mutz..Suuutor, Dlst. No. 14, Springview
A. JC. Sheldon I'ist. No. 53. Chadrou
For Information and free HanflbooK w r im bi ,
JIUNN & CO., D61 Broadway. New Yomc.
Oldert bureau or scurlng patent.
Every patent taken out by u Is brought berora
tha public by a notice given free of cnarne la the
IrBestclmilnttonof any grlentlflo paper tbe
man should lxj without It. Weekly, J3.00 a
year: &I.50 six months. Address, MUNN & COM
tuauhutua, 3U1 Broadway, Now Vork City.
victim, into the tr.pt .tn.ni.. ana , '.-Ti,e; y0Vn,,tk your-
wilUngly contriuta metr time, streuui ( A.mt st.eruSi perhaps, like a trivial
i ..ino nt tlmii- nnnntrv. ,i,aii,ur this miin is one whoso
puiu ciKsrjtj on nii. - - - j
gladly sacrificing their all for the up
building of a monopoly and working for
starvation waes Tor, as they thought
and many still think.) the undying hon
or, glory and distinction of existing nnd
linK a citizen in a land of suh boasted
leedom, justice awl mercy.
Thinking the small pittance flung at
them as the price of their labor, ample
(compensation, because of iIh great privi
lege they enjoyed of living and laboring
stnd being a citizen in such a country.
But they were in an age of free thinking
An( srrowinir enlightenment. And a.
neonle that had sacrificed so much for
their freedom, were not a class that
would always tamely submit to being
walked over by money lords, rough shod
or any other way.
And as their education broadened, they
began to think, and reason more, and to
realize the injusticu hesiied upon them,
and to feel the sting of tha practised
jmpoition 0f tlie lords of creation, or
mora properly called fashionable ffam
blers, winebibers and robbers.
For that is just what the moneyed clans
of people in our country are and always
have been. Our country wan born out
of corruption, and was seeded down the
first year of her birth to vanity and greed
abundantly watered with depravity and
well watched over and tended by averice
nod treachery, and the harvest of vice
was scattered to the wind- and It
spread, and is still spreading with fear
It is so strange then, tliat a nation
liorn in winebibing and gambling, and
which in its earliest infancy passed laws
, to enrich the rich and to enslave the poor
that slie might dawde the eyes of the
older nations of tlie world, and make, a
great show and parade before tliem. Is
a - .. .. .tmnim tlmt. aui'h a nation
IV m .... -n- - - " . ,
when a little more than one hundred
yearn old should stand only third in the
ranks to the most drunken nation on the
(ace of the earth ? Or that three fourths
of her entire population, not counting
the African slaves winch she freed after
. a civil war of four years, she turns .
deuf ear 1 IWe fourths of her people
are laborers and one fourth capitalist or
their hired tool.
But it is strange when her history is
traced back that slie should hav become
what she Is today. CnnHn' hired tool
and the lalmrers oppressor. We must
reap what we have sown, in smericas
boosted land of the free. BrrTCT Swcrr.
Answer to Q.fstkss He. 15, In "Lire
to Lean and Loam to t."
In th. last weeks JoCMUL, I noticed
ttv.nl question, asked by tit. author of
"Live to Ijmrd and Ijearn to Live." Par
ps they war. not intended for a reply,
but I should like the privelege of answer
Vtf ftuwtion 15 la my own war.
Vdt sUtetoeuV was tot made that in
PrSIl i.wv m.v... ., r--, ---
question, whether this man is one who
name vou will i honored in bearing,
not because of any material health he
may possess, but becaus of bis being
an honest gentleman. Think out all
things, Ask yourself question uion ques
tion, not" only to his lltuess,
but as to yours, and then, if you give
t,i.n ilia 'lfivinir answer that lw wishes,
try to become thorouoghly acquainted
NOTICKTO DKt,INO.r KST3.
v..,,..., lu iriven that the Interest
and rent d np'on the contracts or leas.! anil
sale to the following (iecrim-.u r.un,
Lanil8itualw.il in lonx county, hebrimka,
as set opposite the nuies of the respective!
holders thereof, is delinquent and, if such
delinquency Is not paid within nlnty days
from the date of this notice, said contracts
will be declared forfeited by the Board of
rklneational Land and Funds and said for
feiture will be entered of record in tlie man
ner provided by law.
.. . a,. fii Tn If Nunid.
e,,eN.nw, cH'sw'i 10-32-.,5,Alexander Steele.
' lleli sor assigns.
tieM,nU,'!iwi Wl-Sl -M. A. C. I'ratt
wuiirw 3U-;il-n,C. A. Cnhfleld.
A1I---.1 Sd-ta-M.lIugli V. Mae-
wl. . aivof-.W.Gortoti Nichols
p, ' ;l-:lv-6K,J. V- Mowry.
. , ;tii-;n-Vl, John Otey.
2 ... 16-2H-53, John 8. Dillen-
n'i.neiinwM m-m-'a.V. Ml'rownlor.
w-4neii.se!'neit,nw!'.4l-W M.Thomos has-
wSnCi-eX" s"4-!,'Sw W ,wjet4 M;pow
Unli,wXiiw .M-2-V,Hngh j. Hinlley,
..eT,;'i-- Wlltncr W. Phfl-
v- an-27-')3, J. L. Mattel.
t, an-7-5:iGutave J.Maucl
eSmt .nUi If.-m-ft7. John lunn.
Xli I6-'2.V-(B,C. J. Peterson.
AH lfl-aB-:.ll, H. K. (kipcland.
Ttinbef Culture Final Pnxtf, Notice for"
Land Office at Alliance, Nebr. I
March 43, 187. I
i herehv Klven that Kggert Roll
vr of Harrison, Neb., has filed notice of In-
.....1,,,, t T.iake final proof belore m. j.
r:irk of the District Court at his
office in Harrison, Neb., on the 1st day of
m.,v is,7 on timber culture application o.
i . t t fnr t.l.n K-W'i of N-K'X V.H f N-WVJ
N-KJt of 9. W'4 of Section No. 9, in Township
20, Range No.W.
ii.. t..nd us wil-iiesnes:
i w v,.rn.Mr.. Kilward Swartz, John Corbln
and V. II. Hough, all of Harrison, Nebr.,
J. W.Weiik Jr,
E. Robwer (chairman) - Trustee
J. W, Scott
D. H. Grlswod "
W. Ii. Marstcller "
N.D. Hamlin i- "
W; H. Davis Clerk
Lewis Cerluch Treasurer
J. W. Scott Director
H. 1.. Sniuck Moderator
Lewis Lerlach Treasurer
TKRMh OF COURT:
District Court, At Harrison, commences
Spring term April 13th, jury 14th,
October K. Jury th.
County Court, At Harrison, commences
fl.-st. Mondav of each mouth.
Don't forget that The Journal ha!
a large clubbing list and when selecti g
reading matter for the coming year cai
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CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES.
Methodist Sunday School meets every Sun
day morning at 10:00
J. E. JUBSTKIXEK, W. H. UAV1S,
Superintendent. . Secretary
JERRY RUSK POST, No. 341, G. A. R.
Meets second Monday in each lnomn in
the court house at 11 arrlson.
E. K. Livermore, torn.
H . K-29 53(1. 11. IlnrtHOUgh.
All ". 1 i'.-i4 -fa) s. J. Johnson.
ah"" 8-24-r,4 Mathilda John-
AH lfi-2.'.-',4 J. II. Jensen,
All-" K!.1-M M. Jensen.
All i-i-M John N. Warp.
AH 3S-ZB-M Julius Warp.
Ai Sfl 27-54 llelga WBrp.
Aii . IS-1S-J4 George Frank-
AM ....lrt-2-M Jesse Franklin.
.,i u.!nuj AmituU Frank
All I6-X!rrsl Gust F.- Veuir-
H l-24 i5 John Frsnklln.
NOTICE FOR 1'UHLICATION.
i .,..,1 im,. at Alliance. Neb. f
April 15, lWT. i
Notice Is hereby given that the following
..,i u,.iti..r ha filed notice of his mien
tlon to make final proof in support of his
i,i.,i,.. ,...l that said proof will be maue ou-
. . . i.iiirli .llutrlet court at
run. i .1. w.i-v. v.... -
iirrl.n. Neb., on May 1K97 viz:
A turns t L. Ring of htory, Neb. who made
H. E., No. 3144, for the S'i of 8-Wkof St-c. 1,
andWHof N-'!i Sec. 12, township :U N,
Hull ire M W.
He names the. lollowlng witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cuiuyi
tdn i if laid land, viz;
rrmlrlplr Kteininer. John Welier, S. R
Hf,rv. n.l (ear W. Stfjry. all of Story, Neb.
Anviv-raon who desires to protwt against
! the allowance of such proof, or who knows
of any substantial reason, under ine iaw
..nd regulations of the Interior Department.
wby such proof should be allowed, will be
-riven an oDDortnui ty at the above mention-
.! time mid nlacc to cross-examine the wit
nesses of said claimant, and to offer evidence
In rebuttal ol that submitted by clnlmant.
J, W. WKIIN, jh,
33.4s I Register.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Harrison Camp, No. 86, meets on each al
j ternate Wedncs.lay evening.
W. H. DAVIS. W. L. HoYT,
Clerk. Con. Coin.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Meets each alternate Saturday evening
at 8 o'clock. A. R. DEW, V. C.
J. W. Smith, Clerk.
Regular business meeting first Tuesday
evening In each month.
C. L. Makstellf.b,
W. H Davis, l-resiuont.
Devotional meeting every Sunday evening
ft t 0:45. J. J.Clark, Jicauer.
JUNIOR LEAGUE. ' '
Mcels each Sunday afternoon at 2:30.
MRS. I). 11. GRISWOLI), Supt.
8. E. BRKWSTtR,
C. F. Comm,
D. H. GRISWOLD, Cashier.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
American Exchange National Bank, New York,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadron.
Order tor Hearing of Final Account In tlie
County Court of Sioux County,
JK-24.ft3 Christina IV.ter-
....l-r(.Wl Chan. J. Ilraiuaii
A1U . ..W-27-M Mrs. Sophie Mm-
All . UVI4-50 Victor Samuel-
All . . l6-24-7 Ids E. Abraham
All.. - IK-W-W V. Abrhmon.
All W-24-5S Jas. M. MlushMr.
.... ... I ...1: .l.nurli SR-.1A.M II. S.
.. ,i,..-.4.. . v - - -
tlsrrlaon, Sinn x Co.. Neh., April f.', IW7.
I'll as. IlirHi.r,
APPI.ICATIOS FOR I.IUfOB LICENSE
Matter of application of Isldor Mlchstein Tor
liquor ItoeiiM. .
To the mayor snd eltjr emini.ll of the city of
Harrison, Woux eouniy, Sehrssks ;
police in nrw"y
stein has ll lib. application with th vlty
clnrk of llarrtsmi, Slout county, Nebraska,
for UeartM. to sell malt, splrltnoiu stut yjn
on liquors In llsrrison, ftowen township,
a ons county, Nslirssks, from the 7t.lt dsy of
y, 1S7, to the Jth lsy of Msv isss. If there
be no objections, remonstrsnoe or rotext
lad wttblu wo wotjks prior to the ftli mv
of Msy. US7, the ssld license will tie granted.
In the matter of the estate of Charles J.
Puil.l v. .lereaned.
Now on the 10th dav of April I87, came
(I. Augustine Puddy, the adinlnistraUir of
ald CMtaUi' and prays for leave to rennor an
..neon nt as such iMlmliilstrator. It is there
fore ordered that the 3rd day ot May 18W7, St
1, o'clock p. ni., at my offlco In Harrison.
Nebraska, be tlxed for the time and place
for exaiiilnlne snd allowing such accounts
And the heirs of said deie.med and all per
sons Interested In said nutate, ore requrled
to nnuear st the time snd nlsoe so designoi
od, snd show cause, If nuch exlsti, why ssld
accouut should not bo allowed, it isiurtu
er ordered that said C. Augustine Piidny,
administrator, give notice to all persons In
terented In said estate by causing a copy
of this order to he published In Tmk Sioux
Coi.'STT Jot; ska i.. a newntnner nrlnted and
In general elroulatlon In will county, for
inres weeks prior to meuay set lorsam
fisted April .0th, A. D.
Timber Culture Final Proof, Notice for
Publication, ; i
Land Office at Alliance, Nebr. j
March 23, 1K97. 1
Nnt.lee Is hereby given that Charles K
Schllt of Harrison, Neb., has filed notice of
in ten tion to make final proof before M. J
ttinurntt.. Clerk of the District Court at
bis office In Harrison, Nebr., on the 1st day
nt Mav. 1S97. on timber culture application
Nov1iU,for tho S-W'i of section No. a, in
Township 33, Range No. !W.
He names as witnesses:
Charles lliehlti, Nels Anderson, Ell J. Wilcox
and William lllehle, all ot Harrison, Nebr.
Aln that Nels Anderson of Harrison, Neb.,
has tiled notleo of Intention to make flnul
nroot at tho aame time and place, ou tiui
ber culture application Ko, TIKI, for the N-
KU of Section No. IT, In Township 33, Range
lie names ns witnesses:
f lorin Hiehle. Ell J. WllooX, Charles K.
Schllt and William lllehle, all of Hurrlson,
Aln that Charles lllchlo. of Harrison,
Neb., has (lied notice of Intention to make n
nil nroof at the siuno limo and place, on tlni
tier culture annlleatlon No. TW, for the N-
K'i of Section No. 2S, in Township 33, Range
Un name ns Witnesses:
Kll J. Wilcox, Charles K. Schllt, Neis Ander
son and O. A. Carton, all ol Harrison, NeD,
J. W, WltllN JS,
29 84) Register.
DO YOU READ THE
I Try it six months.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
BT-DRATTS SOLD ON ALL PARTS OF EUROPE.
Feed and Sale
Good rigs furnished on short notice.
Reliable drivers and quiet saddle horses always on hand.
Good accommodations for transcient customers.
TERMS RERSOtliDLE. GIVE HE A COL
N. O. HASLItt,
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