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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1897)
THE S;or.1 ( OUNTY
Thumday, Sett. 9tb. 1?17
teo. 1). Canon, Editor and Prop.
T. E. X. V . K. lime uHn.
Go Lug Went. Goini: East.
.o. , mlxod, It :30 No. 6, mixed S:Ct
3, E. PHINNEY, M. D.
Physician aad Surgeon.
4U calls given prompt attention.
Office in Drug Store.
. Yes, and eco io ny, too, if
you t ike t'le Bl'KMS.iTOX
ROUTE'S personally con
ducted oaee.-a-H'eefc excur
sions which leave Omaha
nud Lincoln eve rv Thursday
Tourist sleepers clean, bright, comforta
blethrough to San Francisco and Los
Angeles. Second class tickets accepted.
Only $5 for a double berih, wide e.iough
and big euougu for two. ,
Write for foWer giving full Information.
Or, call at the depot and see the ioc.il ticket
JiOTICE TO SETTLERS.
The rules of the local land office have
recently been amended so that settlers
to make final proof shall settle with the
publisher before sending in their applica
tion.' All parties desiring to make final
proof can have their papers made out at
TaE Jocenal office, free of charge, and
promptly transmitted to the land office
bo that no time will be lost.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner of Story, were
pleasant callers at this office last Satur
day. Henry Warneka has moved his fami
ly to town so the children can attend
The Misses Claudia and Lelia Hester
returned last Tuesday evening1 after visit,
ing a week with Mrs. Bonsell at the O.
Mrs. Alxander Tilton of Ankeny la.,
sister of Mrs. G. W. Hester arrived here
yesterday on a visit. She expects to re
main two or three weeks.
Geo. H- Turner and wife of Story are
taking treatment of Dr. Johnson Osteo
path. Mr. T. is being treated for hay
fever and his wife for stomach trouble.
Mrs. Alice Bolnian of Battle Creek,
pa., sister of Samuel Thomas of Warboii.
net precinct, arrived here yerterday to
make her brother a visit of a couple of
Phillip Frese a section foreman on
the F. E. & M. V. road has just purchas
ed the Franchere place near Pleasant
Ridge, Wyo. The consideration was
James Wright one of our carpenters
has taken another contract to build a re
sidence for Phillip Frese at Pleasant
Ridge. The building will be 24x24 9 feet
The Harrison base ball team will go
to Ardmore S. Dak. next Saturday and
play a matched game- Thus far the boys
have been victorious, still it is possible
Harrison may be defeated, but we hope
not oh no.
L. E. Parrish or Rapid City S. Dak
is doing some grading a mile west of
town for the F. E. & M. V. railroad com
pany widening out the grade. Mr. Parr
ish had the misfortune to lose a fine o-year-old
horse by cholic Tuesday.,
Rev. J. L. Kendal of the ( "luvlron
circut, was accredited to tha Harrison
charge by the M. E. conference jti.stclos
d at Crawford last Monday, We have
not been able to learn just when he will
arrive in Harrison to commenci bis lab
ors. James W. Bourette who's home is
ten or twelve miles south of town, came
in from Clearmont, Wyo., lastSiturday
where be has been foreman for the Piatt
and Farris cattle company during the
last six months. Mr. Bourette does not
think lie will return to Clearmont but
will go on to his own place and get ready
Rev. D. J. Clark who has been the
resident pastor of the M. E. church dur
' ing the past two years has been accredit
ed to the Hay Springs charge for the com
ing year by the recent conferee at Craw
ford. Ha will leave for his new field of
labor the last of this week. During his
ministry in Harrison Mr. Clark has suc
ceeded in raising a debt of four or five
hundred dollars from the church here,
which is something extraordinary consid
ering the hard times during the past two
AH Agents in Nebraska
ceil September l4.) to 25th in
clusive excursion tickets
V. 8. F. 97 to Omaha and re
turn, at One Fare plus 50c
for the round trip.
In addition to above agents
in Nebraska west of O'Neal
(toll fieptemljer 2 J ft and 22nd
prcurtion tickets at 86.50 for
Mood ay w;ts labor day.
School commenced Iat Monday.
Everybody shou'd look out forprarie
fires at this seat.cn of the year.
Mrs. IV. Fhmcey went to Crawford
last Friday evening returning Mauilay.
There are five or six race horses in
town, preparing f r fair races next week.
J ha Marsteller got it in iU" neck
while he was back in Pennsylvania on a
Ensrir.eer Stratton has been kept
pretty husv pumping since he got the
pump fixed op.
Next Tuesday the County fair will
commence ioernest. Everybody io S.oux
County should attend-
S. Sherman from out on Sheep creek
has moved his family t to" n. His wife
will take treatment of Dr. Johnson.
Come in to the offii-e and see that
sheaf of outs brought in hv P.it Lacy yes
terday. He has 40 acres just like it.
The engine pulling the regular train
doinir w.t last Monday Ket thrve tires a
bout half way between here and Andrews,
Pctei Bretv and daughter. Mrs.
Brown from hear Ardmore, were doing
holiness before Judge Wilou's court yes
terday. G. odson Iacy son of Pat Lacy, who
came from Iowa recently, li.is file on
i a quarter section ot land out near hix
Michael Brin k seems o lw doing as
much or a littie more business since he
rv-ned his saloon than any other business
house in town.
Laney Sutton, sold his tre claim nut
in Ple ts;int R U" W n. to Burt. Hamlin
last week. The consideration we under
stand was S'300.
John Tidd of Five Points, is in town
with his race horse. He no doubt expects
o catiture one of the many purses which
will be awarded to the fastest horses dur
ing fair week.
J .hn T. Ri.Ten Sr. and Mr. snd Mrs.
Wm. H. Clampitt returned to Chi-'agoon
Inst Friday evening, after enjoying a
very pleasant visit among relatives and
friends in Sioux County.
Have you noticed 'hat red hat Char
lev M-irsUdleris wearing? Well h says
that is the latest style, and thn ' 'barley
says too be las tre exclusive r'htto
wear the only one in Harrison.
G. R!nd-er and M. A. Baimn of
Montrose made a pleaant call at this
office on last Monday afternoon. Come a
cain gentlemen, we are always glad to
get acquainted with the peop.
Mr. John Mar'e!ler and family re
turned home last Monday mornintr after
an extended viit tnrousrh TUirois Pnn
sylvania and N br.isVa. J- hn looks jn-st
as natural ever 1hind th counter.
P. N. Kirkpatrick's little boy sustain
ed a fracture of his arm last Snndtv
bv falling from his pin v-bouse Pr Phinnpy
was called to administer treatment and
at last accounts the little boy was doins
Alvin T. Clark who has Wen em
ployed as collector for theDepring Har
vester Co., will tro to Caspar Wyo., this
coming week where he exrect to loca'e
in the future to practice his chosen pro
fession attorney at law.
Bob. Wallace of Ardmore S. Dak. the
alleged slaver of John Brown of that
place, who is out with the Deputy Sheriff
of Fall River cnunty looking up his
witnesses to testify in his behalf. hf n
court convenes in Hot Springs this fall,
was in Harrison Monday and Tuesday of
Lient, M. A. Batson of the 9'h Caval
ry Ft. Robinson and aides de camp a-p
m iking a tour of ino-s ition of roi l
which leades to the Fort covering n
certain district running east as far as
Chadron south to th"Pl te r;ver wct to
the Wyo., line an I north to 'Jie South
Dakota line. He is correcting th gov
ernment top-rraphical roail chart.
Henry Llndeman who shipped a car
of sheep a little over a wck ago reports
that he made $75,00 on them over what
the local buyers offered him at home.
Good for Mr. Lindcman that seventy-live
dollars is just as good to him as the
regular buyers. Limb-man concluded
while so near his old home to go and st-e
old friends and relatives in Iowa. He
will return in about two weeks.
The following persons have been se
lected by the Secretary of the Agricul
tural Society to go to the state fair with
the Sioux county exhibit to be held at
Omaha commencing Sept. 20th:
Leo DeB'itk, Warbonnet, Precinc
F. M. Smith, Five Points "
Henry Covey, Highland. "
C. L. Marsteller. Bowen, "
It was expf cted to hold a meeting of
tne society on Monday to elect those who
wonld go with our county exhibit to
Omaha, but on nccount of having to send
in the names to head quarters of the
State Fair association this week it was
impossible to pet the people together
hence, the appointment by the Secre
tary. A (jlraud Opportunity.
There nre today thousands of yotiiig
people on the farms and in the villages
who are tied down by lack of education
to work they heartily dislike. Are you
one of them my friend? If so, the
Grand Island Business & Normal Coll
age can put you on the road to success
if vou are ambitious and willing to
study. Tt makes no dtffernce how
back ward you are provided you are
pluokv and mean business. We tcsi-h
everything necessray for a Buccensfol
start in life. If you are short of money
we will accept a'good note without in
terest for tuition or if necessary we will
furnish everything tuition, board, and
books and give you time to graduate and
pay for mm afterwards, Business.
Normal and Shorthand course. BonrJ
f 1.S0 per week. Established 12 years.
College Record sent free of catilogue
for 6 cents in stamps. This is your
chtinc of a lif time. Will you let it
slip by? jMress.
A. M, Harm, President
Grand Island. Net.
White lllvt-r Hi--'es.
Our school in L'ist., do 19 comenced
Aug. iiOuj ith Mis Owens as teui'lr
she has a'jout eighteen wholars enroll
ed. The scliooll in Disk, No 1 commened on
Sept. sixth. Mis Carrie Frazier teacher
tiumlk-r of pup'ls 13.
Mr. J. T. M tson was thrown from a
horse several days ago and quite ttsJly
injured, but is improving very nicely
Mr-i. Finley is still qite sick, the hot
weather is very fatiguing fo- th. old 1 1 'y
she is over sixty a ars of a-;.
U'e ha ve j!ist le,irn.-d that a fret si Iv.-r
jfirl arrived at tne h i ne of L II B v-
dishonSpt. 6th. We uuderstcUid Mrs.
B. is very sick.
There is to be a preparatory lecture at
the church next Saturday eveniug, fol
low -d by preaching on Sunday by Rev.
What has become of
t. ..:.. ,.t
in1; luitiiiiur? i i
the InJepsndeOt party Vested
r,ou.-i-r to crI a ci,n vent ion lor trie nu r msu
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Ul UUliJil.lllil) llllllllll.iVUM ,1,1 l.iv
second idst. It looks as lh-ugli dilegiles
oai;ht o lw chose a at our regular pri
inary, and oot have to call a special one
fr that purpose, thus far houever we
have read no call.
Ye scribe his h td two or three of Job's
comforters on his yes air we have to
walk pretty straight now a days.
Jame Bourett came dawn from Clear
moot Wvo. last S tturday ou bust- j
Mr. and Mrs John Sherill was out to
t .11. Uicy last aunujy aim uuu a. incas-
Mr. V. E Johnson has got up a nice
lot of hay and is building a barn.
William Miller's team ran away while
stacking wheat and tore up llmi-'s in
H. r'w-rt L icy was up home un a v.it
from V.i n Ti.s-el last Sunday.
Miss. V.iny Archer is helping Mrs.
Lacy tins week.
Mrs. P. Itcy is improving as fast as
can be expected and we are glad to hear
it as she had a very severe attack of
Henry Dickenson was home from the
valley las! Sunday visiting his pa
rents. James Bourett and wife was down to
Running Water last Sunday to look alt
er their interests there.
G. M. lacy visited ids brother J. II.
last Sunday. RoCNIAT.
Herman Hiutilein sdd ins ranch on j
West Hat creek to Mr. Thayer of ibift j
Springs Mr. Tliiyerw.ll not taki pjs.su i- j
ion t, II next spring. "
' Sir, J. B. Birke &. Mitt Hill finished j
their haying coutract and cauic to Uieir J
Wilbur Shephard from the West part 1
of the va.l!-y pass-.d through this burg
Mr. and Mrs Wright of Hat risen v. tre
vis. ting wiih Mr. and Mrs, itBuck Sun-
F. Hcyt is visiting with her
folks & gathering plums.
Mrs. Sirah J.rdni i- Xn iisg Willi Mis.
Bu.'f Ji ifee this win,.
Mr. ' has olfei; imd the mis! on.- o
have one of Ins linger n.ui.s torn ''it
Mr and Mrs. T. IViib ilil returned
Elgetliont to work on the ditch.
Frank Uauimu also went to L!i;e
monL Mi ss Mamie Gr-nell is on the .sick list
Mr. Oii. B iwen we are glad to Mate
that he is lietter he is able to attend to
some of his wan k.
Sow Belly creek lias quit running 1
low us and here also, th ;y must lie ir-
.,.-, 1 in, .iti.tv-M R.-.M-r l,t it. ulon. lii.si't
dry times or there will be trouble from
the muttering below, stock must have
water whether crjps or gardens d ) dry
up or not. OasE vf,i.
Mr. Will Tattman and sister of I'l fas
nut R.dge called at O. A. Garten Sun
day. Mrs. Tood and daughter of Pleasant
Ridge pt-ni Sunday in the valley.
Mr. A. E Bigelow and family spent
Sunday at O. A. Carton's.
Mr. John Deuel and family spent Snn
at O. A. Garten's.
A whirl wind or small cvclone visited
the Kennedy place last Thursday morn
ing tearing the top off of a hay stack
and aliout half of the roof olf one side of
Charles Byihle has part of his corn
John Kav has his Ibreshinc done.
James Nolan did threshing for War
bonuetite's this week. Fc'H ).
l i ,iu. ij. iki I , i i n.w miuni
Ourtwople take considerable delight
in camping out and gathering w ild fruit
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durinif good weather.
L T. Poole reports thi arrival of a nine
pound girl at th-ir house,
L. Snow has a sever attack of aponn
dicilis on hand. Dr. BjIIwood of Alliance
is t tending him. '
Wm. S'ouvnnl and T. J. Poole have
ench bought themselves one of those new
light running Dempster steel wind
mills. 1 Rex.
Cottrnwotl M urmerlns.
Mr. t has. Groves still thinks there is
water on his olace he is having an itlvr
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jtriKt waifrin nuiii.
Miss Jl'tlh tiOlden lis oern ensrngen 1
to tench the school in district no. 4 this
full it began Sept. 5th.
Mr. Jim Hixsoo ia working for John
j JjiteJ by
. 31 rs. Geo. I. fanon.
Miort Hit'elo from the ludie. of.-'ioui
county are solicited.
Hits About Women.
The Countess of Strafford is at the
h.i.l nf an or -anization know uastbe
j F,Annel s.rt club. The aim of the
L. i(l to ,k out the shirtless and
I supply tlie u'ith warm parninnts.
' Th., E.npr s "f 'istri has erected a
j tiii.rldi- s,,i.- ol 11- in.- in th" gi oidsof
bt-r vilin at orfu. Tin-statue has len
pl.c d on a rock 2,00 feet alwiv the level
of t he . a, and it is to be surrounded by
50,000 rose tree.
Mrs. F. A. Warner of Jackson villa Fla ,
has the most extensive collection of sea
i fciiclls or anv woman in uie worm sue - as
'a irreat variety from many I uuls. Manv
' i'IO1 our u 1J CUJlsi e e A'joi -( Le puiu
I i .i .. r-.. u I r. I
! others from the West India islands She
also has many liuhful coral branches.
Mrs. Julia Ward Howe on one occasion
presented h'Tfelf at a club of w hich she is
i R mf,mh,,r wjt h her U)nne!
front. After some hesitation lest Mrs
Howe should feel hurt a sister member j
informed h'-r of the mistake. "V. hat a
blow to my vanity!" said Mrs. Howe,
with an amused sin il. -. "I thought I
was receiving quite an iiiiikibI amount
of attention as I came dou town in the
car, but attributed it solely to my at
tractions." A curious mtirnair- (,'isiom obtains in
flt ,:,tnl ilirn
. just opposite the island
of Rh'sl.-s. The GeWis. b whoin it is
jf,rtl, Wrn thir fivnig by the sponge
j fSiei-y, No gu 1 iu this island is allow-
U) fll.,rrv ,,t, has brought up a
' C' r'nin liiindier of sm iiil's, hich must 1
t ate u fr mo a c eartiu di !.ih. In some of
t!t.. i.Hi.-r islaiuls (hi, ;l'ruonsra-
ti.m ot i.t. lay is r (loifetl ot ;he iih-ii. and
, if lb- re ,-ir- -j-v-.-ra I mi i tors '.,r the bund
! of a mauMi, h"r faioer Wstows h r eti
j ,w ,., ( , Hn h- best and hi jug up
i tjlt, l,tr,est niimlier
Miss. Daisy iJoild is the teacher of ii
school on the 1 "araHou islands, which are
a parte. fth" fir-t ,n ,J the city of
San Francisco. There are four light
house keepers on the i land-, which are
rockv and rough, and Miss, ihejd teaches
the children of the keepers. There are
ten lit i le ones and Mi--s. 1 loud's scho.-.l-h'nise
is probably o.i ol the ol lest in
the world. AIIIi'iimK of s-n, birds live
upon the rocky island coast and if Miss.
loud'.-t III tb; ones rr ' in 1 ne.l t i t.bt- st u-
i!y of nature! I.if toi-y they will have
tnipl, opnrluuil for the ea!ber.-l m,d
!lniwl puit of it at any r,itc. Derp :-ea
fish and shell !i-h are in abundance at the
foot ol the .:iiiioihoisi. and the f pr.ty
r.e l;s and w
th- windows of the
si iiooiro. in.
Had what h::a V hull r Wilcox Mysy
aVHIt taxing obi lu.tl llehirs. ItOKtOIi i
I fur sex iilso seem reudy lo take up arms
a. b si ilieni.
ID'-avy Tu on ull Hnchflors.
Waat . i! it me to make men inur-r-.'i
Ki. i Wij.-. l i Wib-ox has some or
igina so-as -'titse -'i ji-ct of bsicheiors.
She wmt. tin in tax-it. She says wont
en ar; -n'.tl-.l to support by men.
"Men siiiui 1 earn money and
r.lituiM use it in the uuiintairi.ince of t be j
fauiiy,"' -h-alU "And a fund s!vu! I
be cre.i't.d for unmarried wonitn i
draw upon fur !he:r .-uppgrl,"
Ther.- is t vrt tinng in modern
ili.ition t.) rend r "nai la iorhood a p
am li.'e for a selli-hly inclined man. ;
The. spirit wh.cti a tiiat'S inxen'a n
l must be masculine for almost every day
wii hear of some new dev ico w hich rcn-
der woman's serviff s hs a caretaker un
necessary in a man's hie. j
The patent button sneers at the old
fashi ineu needle and thiead.
The electric light fcnd tlie heatriiator
illuminate and warm the l.vhlor a-
part merit with no aid from woman.
Teh st earn laundry at a " very small
cost keops a man collared and hhtrted
neatly with uo feminine intervention.
The clubs furnish an excellence and
variety of food much more carefully pre
pared than can be found in any home
save the homes of wjth. And after
dinner there are the cardr oonis and the
reading-rooms and the biilaid rooms and
no one to say "don't go ."
Of course these luxuries cost money.
But so do a home and a wife and child
ren. Tiiej bachelor can estimate the
of hscl.ib 1,1 each Vir. lUcan only
'pue.ssat the,ii,-l.tof a marrisge;',,, ,,, ca.iiut,.. rw ,.:(, nw
- - -
. aim lie ai a h pios u ,oe ingest, hg-
' lire and d.a.les that tbo luxury is too
' expensive i.tid the risk too great.
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Meanwhile lovely young women whoj
would 111. 'ke excellent v.i res and wIiom,
greatest lmppineis would 1 in seeing
bow much comfort hey cou.d gtve a
man for the least possible outlay of
money are left to earn their own liveli-
til., . t 1
hood und to face msterhood.
Oi course in the days tht-re are worn-
en's clubs galore but when Owl miwle
women he made Ihem incapable of m -
jo,) ing one another's society hs nun en -
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ueepwr fnyer 01 aumMis arm u rmuner
tM,n ti,un ,:.. ... .i.-.i-, -hv this is so.
But that it Is so remains an undoubted
Concluded next week.
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE,
WE SELL THC
American HanJ-SooJ Sa03 Co's
kDOl IN f.-ii. WC'riU
Jivr trv v '.! i -: i r Jt t i 1 1.
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i ni;i A'-oii? :or i :o v.orm
Kl.'Sand MOWKUS. I keep on hand
line of tsuuplie for those jTiacIiine
1 Wehti vou nr! badlv in n
sold in Sioux County, call on me.
'I A .,
The best of Wines, Brandies, Whiske v
and Beer kept constantly on hand.
I Vvill open for business Saturday, Sept, 4
In town give me a call.
Now writ1? v '.)
about it. We l.tvc i o i
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During' the campaign you ought t
subscribe for the JOURNAL and kdfi
posted in your own county. Try it"
(allKor Conuty Convrntlou ofl'eoj le' lm:e -
1 euih ut Prrty.
Hitrrisoa, li. I
aUg. lb, in,. J
J'.y o iler of tlio County einriil oininlt
lee of liie f'iplu'a liulejia'li-ii t IVrty of
hloux .mmty, N-hr.sU i i.erohy ell a
county convenli.,,, of the eUcuos of ...l-l
pmiy io lniet hi tlie l.ourt limine in tliu
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,u'" "v'i i""l to tr....,...t uc1. other
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, repre.ent.itu.n U ba-,l on one .lelo -
K ite ut e.rife In. 111 each ina elnei ..,.,1 ...
' ' "" niH;or iritci.on uieror
spK,rtionii,enl by piecincts:
Aiidienn 2 Anteinp.'
iMKh.re ; -owe... ,,
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hiK ptM-s liieacl. precinct sinl H,t
no vmx.ts be allowrl. hut n...t 11.. ... .
''7..,.,r''"4"" e1 lb Rullr" vo,n of
Wa.J. a. Uavm, thsin.
Y. W- KOTT, fc.
Where are you going? f
We are on cur way to the
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
IS KO CUKAV AT THA 'I
Ml vifc imrix one cf iliii:-,-Lcaiifal
' ' KPUIX; JIA'iy
I need a Spring SUIT ;. l,i
and we tlrirJ: ue can. utvc 'n-oh
cy hy ira llng at thi
ill the time & fu'
PKUEIXS YINI) JJL
J. II. CARTEL!,.
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C 1 1 A K Iv I R I JO K ,
:. i usj H'ettertt Iowa.
:! . 1; i: 5m Orgatifor$8S .
A : i V. nCLLAR BILL
down itnd per month
-.": to i uri year.
c talcj !-). V.'e will tell you al
'.t i;in at this now 23 years.
. HOSPE, -
CM AHA, NEB
;( all IcrtbUiity ( i nvtiitiin Of Tl. fun
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f!y orHernf the County f 'eniii.1 ( mam
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, Kebr-ks. w,, hereby mil ,i county ,,,,,,
, t!o f ,,e olector-of .ui.l rtr io
torn of tuiil party to mm
theionrt House In the VI lliin of lUrrl.
on MtunUv. thKthdHv of s..,.i-. i
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