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OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIpUX COUNTY.
ifie.o. ft. Canou,
F,ntrvl t tho HarrL-ion poet office us
feoond class mutter.
With thin issue Ihe Sioux County
.Journal rounds out another year of it's
t xiotjince in Sioux County which com
pletes volume nine.
Schlatter tho deviue healer who was in
I enver about two years ago is now in
Senator Wellington, of Maryland was
knocked silly in th republican conven
tion in that state a day or two uo.
Since the war tho Unit ed States gov
ernment has paid out over two billions
.of dollars iu pensions to the old soldiers.
The Republican SUite convention met
in Lincoln on the -gOth ult. and nonii
nattxl Jiidi;e Post for the second time for
The three reform state con ventions met
in Lincoln yesterday to nominate a joint
i'.ati ticket. There is one supreme J ucige
and two Undents of the state University
to he uo'iiiriatal. None but able, cieau
men slioul i le put on the ticket.
It wa our great privilege, with sev
eral others from this noc:k-o-the-woodi to
,iiavetii pleasure, of lit ning to the lion.
W. J. Bryan Seak on tho "Science of
of Government', last Thursday at Chad
ran. H was a masterly i lfort and was
,V,a,'iverd without any personal abuse to
ai.y iudividual, besides it wati made in a
spirit of good humor. Only those, wlio
were too pat ti.an to see anything good
in the shaker, could help but, h-arn
vimething wven though his political
ideas Jl not hlw with their own per-
Moual views. Ch idroa and her esteernwl
..,,..,,., nniprtninwl tl. fl ist i mm iseri son
'.j Kut.bn r.,t rAvnllv. even deliv-
..ring th ; freislom of the city over to
Mr. Bryan during his sojourn there. It
i safe to say in our opinion that two
thousand people listened attentively to
the speaker for an hour and a half which
was a long lime to island in one place
consider. ng the intt rw-ncss of the heat
and the sun beating down on them. It
was well worth one's while to go that far
to listen to such a lecture.
Itmny have'beeu a-i ovi-roght on
president's tuirt, and then ho
been actuated dy a feeling of jealousy to
ward the urbane Mr. Imgley, but what
ever the causs. the president lias just
given the tariir a blow between the eyes.
In a conversation the president remarked
"the present boom in the west is due in a
great measure to the large crops and to
high prices, caurl by tho failure of crops
in other countries."
The president is not in accord with his
jrarty organs on the important matter of
wheat prices. The president declares
that the increased price is due to the
failure of crops in other countries, while
the organs are rending thei nether gar
inens and pulling all the ink off their
form rollers in an endeavor to convince
is that the increased price of wheat is due
xolely to the Dingley bill. Ry declaring
that we are experiening some bonefkh
that are not duo directly to a high pro,
t3tivo tariff, the president Ii.ih played
false tothe whol fabric of republicanism '.
For hiiu to attribute the increared price
of wheat to anything but the Dingley
tariff i a hit of treason to tho protective
principle that cannot be condoned. The
president should reruemlier tlt every
thing good is tho direct result of the Ding
ley tariff. The moment that it received
the prei(lt!nt'H signature the wheat crops
of Russia, India, and Argentina were at
tacked by chinch bugs, weevils and
ilrouth. While it was being carried from
the denote chomlier to the executive niao
inn every head of American wheat swell
ed to twice iu former siw, While the
Jhngley pill was in process of cultivation
Arneicto wheat stood still and waited for
the salvation that It knew was at hand.
And now to have the president snub the
law which brought about all these bene
ficial things! As tJje late Artmuus Ward
remarked, "It i$ (tew much !",- Would
Siour County Fair, to E$ Held
September 14, 15 and 13.
2 00 51 to
Bent sheaf spring; wheat. . . .
Best sheaf rve
Best sheaf millet fjo
liest sheaf alfalfa
Best sheaf buckwheat. . .
Best sheaf field oorn
Bost sheaf pop corn 25
Heat sheaf sweet co.'n
Best sheaf clover
I Best half bushel potatoes..
! Host half busncl ouiorm. . . .
Best bmf bushel turnips.. .
Best peck field beans
Host peck wax beans
Best pock peas
Best, i doz radishes
Best, peck tomatoes 50
Best collection beete
Best c.ollee'h'n sugar beets,
Best doz cabbajro
Best jtloz hubbard squashes
Best i d'-i common squashes
Best i doz water melons. . . .
Best, i floz musk melons
Best i doy. pumpkins
P.est i doz cauliflower
Best peck cucumbers
Best bunch celery
Best bundle rheiibaro
Best collection of domestic
jollies, jams preserves and
pickles 1 00
Best, loaf white, bread 25
Best loaf trraham bread 25
Best cuke 25
Rest 5 fb butter 25
Best cheese 25
Free-for-all running face one-half
mile, host 2 in 3. 5 to enter 3 to start,
purse $20; first $12. secmd third K.
County running race -one-fourth miic,
best 2 in 3, 5 to enter and 3 to start,
purse 15: hirst $10. second St, third
County trottinp racoone mile, best
2 in 3. 3 to enter and two to start, purse
$15; first if 10, second $5.
Farmers' trotting race, one. milei,
best 2 in 3, purso $10; firsUG, second 83!
third fl. '
Base ball game.
Freo-for-all trnfinr; or psoimr rnp
one milo. 5 to enter 3 t i s'art, best 2 i:i
3. uursc 20; first $12, fwcoud SO, third
Count v rttnninc rarr onp-hn.!f ni-le.
! r)psl - ';' l' -nter and 3 to blart,
jjuw-i: soconu so, tniro if.
000-yard (Wh 5 to enter ft;y! 3
BtarLpurso i I.j; first J10, second 5. j
HllTinint' I'nce. fecr f(.r nil urmnl I
winn"!'- in other races one-fourth mile j
i be. t 2 in 3. 5 to erit 3 to start, purse i
j !2: IT, second $1 third M.
An entrnnco feo of 10 per c
" ' v-,n "fi reri!iir,.fi on all en
tri"H for pr'-miums. Products many b
exhibited without being entering for
2. An entrance fee of 10 per cent of
purso will bo required of entries in all
3. Entries for all races will clofsc at
noon, day of races, at secretary's ofliee.
4. All running races will be under
tho American Racing Association rules
. All trotting races will bo under
j tho American Trotting Association
1 Sociotv reserves the right to I
! el-inrrr f!ii fir.Uii. tA tlia .... ....
F. K. LlVEitMOKK. Pre?.
J. II. Bahtell, Sccv.
County Collective L'xhihits at the
Tha sum of ?3,0f)0 is set apart, for
County Collective Exhibits. These
awards will bo made on the following
score: The county scoring the highest
will he awarded $500. Tho sum of
J2.500 will be prorated in all other ex
hibits on a score of over 800 points out
of a possible score of 1000, to tho end
that all exhibitors will receive a por
tion of tho 2,f00: Provided. No pro
rating county shall bo awarded more
than the capital prize of $500.
SCALE OK POINTS.
Corn .' 100
Other varieties of grain 100
Nativo grasses and other forago
plants not horo enumerated 100
Tamo grasses, including Millet iX)
Cabb ige and Ileets 10!)
Squashes, Melons and Pumpkins. . . 100
Grain in tho sheaf 100
Miscellaneous, including varieties
of soil and other farm products
not enumerated in thisKchedtilo. . 100
Taste in display and arrangement
or exhibit 100
Greatest number of varieties 100
Total number of point 1000
Exhibitors in this class will observe
particularly this scoring, as awards aro
made strictly by It. To illustrate: The
ommission of any one item enumsraVcd
will count 100 points off.
Individuals contributing to make up
a fiounty exhibit can use their contri
butions to enter In any other class or
lot where they properly belong, In com
potltlon for minor premiums. All ex
hibits must bo grown in tho county
ropjiD2i and bo tho ffrowtb, of lijyf,
How To Find Out
Fill a bottle or common, jylass with
urine and let it stand twonty-fonr hours,
a sediment or settling indicates an un
Lelthy condition of the kidneys. Wheu
urine stains linen it is evidence of kidney
trouble. Too frequent desire to urinal
or pain in the back, as also convincing
proof that the kidneys p.nd blader are out
.of order. (
What To Do.
There is comfort in tl;e knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy
fulfil every wish in relieving pain in
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and
every partof the urinary passages. It
corrects inability to hold urine and scald
ing pain iu passing it. Or bad effects fol
lowing use of liquor, wine or ixer, and
overcomes that unpleasant necessity of
Dcing compeneu to iret up many tunes
during the night to urinate. The mi hi.
and theextraordinarv f(lWt.nf S!,,n.
Hr.ot is soon rpaliH it. t .,'
is soon realized. It stands the
highest for its wonderful cures of the
most distressing cass. If you need a
medicine you should have tho best.
Sold by (IriiKis, price fifty cents and
one dollar. You may have a sample
bottle and pamphlet 'both sent free by
mail. Mention TllK tfiorx County
JotTtNAL and send your address to I)r,
Kilmer & Co., Bjnghampton, N. X. The
proprietors of this paper guarantee the
genuineness of thin offer.
A One Fair Kate.
To Au. Whom It May Concern:
As chairman of the Suite Central com
of Nebraska, 1 hereby announce that all
railroad companies doing business with
in the state have notified our commit
tee they will only charge one fair for
the round trip from all points in the
state of Nebraska, to the state conven
tions held at Lincoln, September 1. Tick
ets to ba soid August 31st, and Septem
ber 1st, good to return and including
All newspapers friendly will please
copy. J. 11. LD.MIPTFN,
Chairman State Corn. People's Party.
Notice to Xun-rrsiilent, lit frndont.
In the District Court of Soiux County,
Wilbur V. Ilenriett, plaintiff, i
Terry Yarrlnfcton, defendant )
To Perry Yarrlngton, non resident edfn-
i:int, You are hereliy notified that on tfta
23rrt day o'r AuKust, 107, the plalntill herein
Hied his petition In the above entitled eausfi
in the Uintriet Court of Sioux County, Ne
bravka, aa!iiLt yon, the uboe named de
fendant, the object and prayer of which is
to set aside a warranty deed executed by
the plaintiff in the above enlitled catie, to
you, the defendant herein, to Ixt Number
tw '2j, and (s-Wi. of N-EH ol Section one
( 1 ), Township twenty- six (CG), ICange fifty
three (63) west t'th P. M., Stoux County, Ne
braska, on the ground of fraud and inl.wp
, j rcseii tulion made by you in making et-
(itiinc oi a cci lain niLcrcrui in u ct?j lain
patent to manufacture hydrogen ga, eover
inif State of Iowa, for said above described
land. You are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 4th day of October,
Dated at Harrison, Sioux County, Nebras
ka, tliia 24th day of August, IS!.",
WlLUIilt V. JSjssnktt,
Order of Hearing on Petition for Appoint
ment of Adinlstrutor or Adminis
tratrix. State of Nebraska, )
Sioux Couuty. j1
At s County Court, held at tbn County
Court- Room, In and for said Couuty, Auguut
nd, A. D. IS97.
Present. KoiiKUT Wilson, County JimIko,
In the matter of the estatk or JOHN II.
On rending and tiling tho pelltition of
ANNJE liKOWN, praying that Administra
tion of said Kutate may be granted herns
OHDKRr.D, That September fith, A. I). 18(17,
at 1 o'clock p. tn., is assigned for hearing
said petition, when all persons Interested
In said matter may appear at a County
Court to be held In and for said County, and
fthow causo why tho prayer of petitioner
should not be granted; and that notice of
the pendency of said petition and the hear
ing thereof, lie given to all persons Interest
ed In said matter by publishing a copy of
this order In Tim Miottx Countt Journal a
weekly new-ipaper printed In said County,
for four successive wsw:ks, prior to said day
liual Proof Notices.
All persons having final proof notions In
this paper will receive n marked copy ot the
paper and are requested to examine their
notice anil if any errors exist report the
(lame to this ottlcu at once.
TlMRKR ClILTCBK, FINAL I'HOOP.
V. S. Lund Oftloe, Alliance, Neb. I
Aug. 11, ls(t7. I
Notice Is hereby given that Edward Solrer
of Donison, Iowa, has filed notice of in ton.
Hon to make final proof before M. J. llw
ctt, clerk Dlstlrlet Court at his offlco In liar
rlson, Nelir.. on tho 18t day of September,
IS97, on Umber culture application No. HM,
for tho 8 W i of section No. 13, In Township
No. 31 N linage 50 W.
Il nauis as witnesses:
John Corbln, William O. 0'1'onner, David
liartlett and John II. Ilarlcll, all of Harri
son, Nebr, j. w. Weiin Jr,
.Notice Kr 1 ubiuatioii.
1-aud orhVe at A li lance, eb. I
Notice is hereby given taut the foil wUvj
named settler has Hied notice of his intcn
tlou to iimke Mmil proof In support of his
claim, and thHt said proof will i; made be
fore M. J. lilewett, Cl-rk District Court Ht
Harrison, Neb., on September L'uth. lsCT, viz:
William iiiii in (urd of (Hlchriat, Neb., who
made U.K. No. h'6. for the n of Num.; of
Section No. 34 mid N'j of N-W'i of section
o.3S, Township No. 34.V Range 5jW.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz; Oerhard Keinders
of Montrose, Neb., liernard llaits, K.W.. Ivnott
und Jutin Ttomas, nil oj' Oilehrist, Neu.
J. W. Wtux Jk., ltetfif,tbr.
ollce. For l'ulHieation.
Land Olliee at Alliance, Neb. I
Aug. !W, ls7. j
Notice is hereby ffiven that the following
nauiod settler bus tiled notice oJ his inten-
l T , nmU f" ' ""PPort of his
clu""' antl U,,it "'"J proof will be made be-
fore JI. J. Klewett. Clerk IHstrlct Court at
' H.iiTinon, Neb., on October '2nd. lh7. viz:
James ilcL'unn of Harrison, Neb., who made
11. K. No. 8;,14, for the I.ot No. 1 and 2 and
K' J of N-Wiji of Section No. 18, TowiMhip No.
S3N Range, No. uOW.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said lands, viz:
i'. W. Knott and Kugeue Wohlheter of
(jliehrist, Neb., and Joseph C. J'arsons of
ilairmon, Neb., and Joseph II. Montgomery
of ISodarc, .Neb. J. V. W fcu.v, Jk.,
Jfirnes E. Harris Lieutenant Governoi
W. V. I'orter Secretary of State
John F. Cornell Auditor
J. it. Meserve Tn-asniei
C. J. Smyth Attorney General
J. V. Wolfe I.und Cominis.sionei
W. K. Jackson Supt. Public Instruction
CONCESSION A Ij U E LKCJ A TIOS :
John M. Thurston A'. S. Senator, Omaha
Win. V. Allen V. S. Senator, .Madison
J. II. Strode, Congressman 1st lJi.-.t., Liiicoln
D. II. Mercer,
W. L. Stark,
K. II. Sutherland,
V'. L. (irueu.
A. II. Pozt Chief Justice, Columbus
T. O. C. Harrison ..As'te Judge, tirand Inland
T. L. Norval Associate Judge, Seward
1. A. CampbellClerk and Keporter, Lincoln
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
M. P. Klnkaid Judge, O'N
W. II. Westover
Itobert Wilson County Judge
M. J. Blewctt Clerk
('has. liiehle Treasurer
W. II. Davis Supt. Public Instruction
D. liartlett Sheriff
J. E. I'hlnney Coroner
I?. F. Thomaa Surveyor
M. J. Klewett Clerk of District Court
Grant Guthrie Couuty Attorney
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:
Frank Tinkham IstDislrict
M. J. Weber(Chairmau) 2d "
James F. Young 3d "
Otto Mut.z.-Scnator, Dlst. No. 14, Ppringvlew
A- E. Sheldon Dist. No. Si, Chadron
VILLAGE OFFICERS :
E. Rohwer (chairman) Trustee
J. W. Scott "
D. II. Griswod "
W. B. Marsteller "
N. D. Hamlin '
W. II. Davis Clerk
Ixiwis Gerlach Treasurer
J. W. Scott Director
H. L. Smuek Moderator
Lowla Lerlaeh. Treasurer
TERMS OF COURT:
District Court, At Harrison, commences
Spring term April Ktth, jury I4th,
Fall " October 23, JnryUfith.
County Court, At Harrison, commences
first Monday of each month.
CIIL'RCHKH AND SOCIETIES.
Slethodist Sunday School meets every Sun
lny morning at 10:00
J. K. Marstkllkr, w. IT. Davis,
JKItRY lil'SK POST, No. 34!, G. A. R.
Meul.s second Monday 1n each month in
the conrt house at Harrison.
E. E. Llvermorc, Com.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Harrison Camp, No. 55, meets on each al
Vernato Wednesday avenlng.
Clerk. Con. Com.
MODERN WOODMEN OK AMERICA.
Meets eaoh alternate Saturday evening
at S o'clock. a. R. Dew, V. C.
J. W. Smith, Clerk.
Regular business meeting first Tuesday
evening In each month. '
C. L. Marsteller,
W. II. Davis, President.
Devotional meeting every Sunday evonlng
at 8:45. D. J. Clark, Leader.
Meets Cacb Sunday afternoon st 2:30.
AU3.D.1I. (WSW0Vi,8upt. .
Tun Jovrxal will p'lbllch yourbrniid, i-e
th..- folkiwins, tor fz-M, Pt year. Kteh ml-,
ditioiml bruml 7.0 cents. Kvery farmer or
ranchmen lit fionx nd adjoiuins eo inticsi
tnoii!d ad rertisK their brands in TheJoIK
nal us it ireulHte.a all over the Bta-.e. It
mny be IL., incuuB of 'bHving mouey foi you.
On left side of cattle and on left'Lald Office.
stmoIUer of borseii.
liane on Antelope creek
1. O., Ghilchrist, Sioui Co., Neb.
On let side or hip of cattle, I
On left shoulder of hrnws. j
Hange on the head ol Warbonnetj
Address Ilarrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
S. W. CAKBY.
jOn left shoulder of cattle auC
Iltantceon I .title Cottonwood.
1'. O., Crawford Nebr.
I ain prepared to do all kinds.Q cq waffOll WOrk
of wood-work, horseshoeing
and hlachim Wring. .
My shop is two doors north of The Jianch
Supply House. Give me a chance to live.
JOHN. L. STRATTOIM.
t GOVERNMENT POSITIONS.
If you wish one of the 150,008
positions in the government ser
vice, this Bureau can advise you
how to proceed to secure it, and fit
you for passing the required Civil
Service examination therefor.
Energy, tact and a common school
education are all the requirements
This Kumu hai the best facilities possible for ob
taining patents and copyrights in this and foreign
countries. The chief of this dept. has had 20 years
experience as Chief Examiner, Commissioner ot
Patents, and Patent Attorney, and is very success
ful In securing broad patents and in the prosecution
of ail patent litigation before the courts.
SCHOOL OF LAW.
This Bureau can fit you for admission to the Bar
and prepare you for active practice in two years,
without materially interfering with your other du
ties. Our instructors are the ablest, our system
thorough, and our-charjjes reasonable. Three cours
es are taught: University, Business and Special.
Send for particulars, terms, etc.
NATIONAL INFORMATION BUREAU.
M20 New York Ave., Washington, D. C
r. k-iv M'AJ FX, FKaraotBwl O001 AS"
S' A I VN fi-.". i ir !" maiiey; thi-y can't be
i:iri,:. iloo't tEy. milisii you upline b'-n. A
h iir homo i rhu rmiiu. exp.uislvn invesiment
.(iu i nn u ii'sc; It 1.-: uurfllalilf1. find menu that
i.tirK'i- m-jiucr v.mi mint Hiiy fii. Ifiiiy oniy
liniiSiiv.. tcivH lnrov-d 1VAI It JS.lt
v.i.vh v id !a3t fii a llh-tinut, srtd prov tho
-e-vrU''"' I;i ? end. run' run l!ii-n ritfriuto
oar lit. t!B'AB! OK alilTATlOXal
farnan St., Omaha, Neb.
(411 MfateH ItrpaSri-d.)
They handle every thing usualy handled in a gen
eral department country store.
SUCH AS DRY GOODS and GROCERIE, BOOTS and
SHOES, HARD and TINWARE; also FLOUR, FEED and
GRAIN, KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY GOING TO MARSTELLER BROS.
D. H. ORISWOLD, Caihitr.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $S0 000.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
American Exchanok National Bank, New York,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadron.
Interest Paid on
WPRAJTS SOLD ON ALL PAgTS QF EUROPE.
Prompt attention triven to all leypj
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, and before t!ie United fcc.at.s
Fire Insurance written iu reliable
ELegal papers carefully drawn.
Harelson, - Skbkaska.
But still on deck
Third building south of livery barn.
First door north of the
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
paid to all repair
work, also boot and
L. E. DICKINSIN.
THEN COME TO THE
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