The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899, October 14, 1897, Image 1

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The Sioux County Journal.!i:i lc'
SllllNC iptlllll Price, $1.00
tif. II. .('mum, - - . Editor,
Knt-r.-il t the Iliindwui post ott'ice us
t-rciiiid CllOUl UlhtttT.
1'uslim Slate Ticket.
l'iu bid) of tin- S'l prf-rne Court,
J. J. Sl'I.L! VAN, "i .1 it ml.' j-,
1 nr i'eiciit, of It1. t'iiivi-r.ltv,
CP.O. K KKNOWKIi. Visiir.
v.. v. f,ui:ki.l. ::.unv.
I'iimoii (.Vm;itT Ticket.
I nuTii v I U I li.
M. J. iU.KWETT. 1
nu nv Trciooirrr I
' n'l i: y shrrin .
ii'iul r Jitdtfc,
koukkt v;i.sos. ;
( timilr Mipi-r nfri tciil.
miss KLsii: m. i
i miuty Surveyor, ;
Jt'.N' -C. MKNG- j
(iiml y ( itinmi liuinT. 2inl flint. I
'im v ro:i(inl.iioiiT, 3r-! I'M, I
TIk- Winui7 TP.ii-H. !
The caiidiilati-s on the fusion county j
t n ktt w ith the except ion of Miss F.Nie
,M iria.i) for Sujieriiiletiilenl, of S'-hools, i
ami Thou-as Holly for slseriir will ii"ed 1
ii- iiitroilii-ti-ii to tie: vcters of our!
county. :
M. J. .!li-w-tf who h(fi.l-i the ticket for .
,r i ii i nt v i. I'ik aa.l ho is tie! pr-.-sent. in-
cumlii'iit Is a com i t ( '!'.( lect and
iiiitiest diii-i r ami lor f i"-jf of this Male j
liieiit any hody w hi cnr-s to take the,
trouble to inform thnis-lv-?- can call atj
.Jerk tllewett oliico anil mal;e h -rson- j
al exaiiiiriatiou of his hooks or Mr. Iliew- )
ft wiil t-ikv .p-:'. -.1 pains tv show 1
them. !
Charles Ca in-- wdio is a canilidato foi '
Trea-urer aud, like Lile-tt is1
tn present, i-iri'y tre tsurer. Cli irles I
ll.ehli! h( en on-of ti; liest
-oon!v tr- asur- i Si'iu county h is ever i the pio-l fort uici to p issess; f. has!
.col ( ti-d taxes that none of his pre-!
decessors could t w het her t!n-y
tried or not v. e do not, know at. any
tat! the man who can collect th taxe,
.i-ventbiKK elsH iK-mj; equal is just, what.
we want ami that is Charles H ehh; j
.whom we know to h honest, r-ompft-j
t-it;ind in every way fllted for tie; posi- j
Tiiomas Holly the nominee for slienir
of f-noux county is a resident of Iiodarc"t, is aixxit 40 years of a,'e and in I
the prime of life; he is an ol.l reid.-nt of J
tlii" -.-ounly ;trnl is n, man well qualhfled
1o (ill thu olllc-j of sherilf ami in our j
ipiricn when lie pies lifter a criminal, j
will brini; hint in dead or uIivd ii such n j
tiling' ran ho done, if thu voters of our!
county want a man that will do his duty
under all circumstances pvo Thomas
Holly a hearty vote on November
In Ik half of Hon. Jud:o Wilson, our
present county Jml,'e, it would not he
out of place, to say that ho has no doubt
been one" of the very h--t.i, county Judp-s
this county has ever had. He has lilled
the oHice for th') past two years with
credit to himself and to the pcoplu he
M-rves. iio is honest, upright und com
petent atnl we believe his decisions
on points of law in eases brought before
his Honor for ailjuilicaViii have always
tx-en fair und impartial. He lias made
as litlle expense for tliu county as pos
sible. Judpt Wilson has read law with
Judpj James Pollac of Paxton, 111., and
Jinlpj Iii.wis of lluUhiusor., Minn., 1h!--ides
readuiff law hero. Judpj Wilson
li'ld.s dipiily uinl lionor to the olfice tind
we li-lievo no better candidado could
liiivu been found in the county for the
place. He has lieeti tried ami not, found
walituii.;. He is gentlemanly, courteous
.mil oblipu at all time's and ho is the
ii.'hl man iu the right place.
it. F. Thomas nominated for tint olllce
of county surveyor is wu lielieve as well
qualifiud for the position as any man in
the state of Nebraska; hu is the present
county Purveyor mid docs work in his
Jitio both in Wyoming and S. Ifcikota,
which tpr.uVg for bin ability as a couijk.
ent 'lurvcyor. Jo honuster man was
vcr induct e'l ino oftl'- in the county
than we believi; f,,n. p. V. Ticua . to b
y: expect to sen b;--i r- -l cie-1 'o t'-
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As oniinty rur.wr I lr. Juli.m E. I'liiir ' 14 urd"iiy to ii'j:rt !nrnr:t!ily .'(.ti1
i f ttlm iio!ii:n;tt-l l y tlif fu-,iin niMiily :iu I i)i:!li ully 1 ( i- nnri:iin-? of !lic
furn-s S .t . '.'."ii 1 1 . i ill in mi r (! n l f'oiufiitiuii. Now in rc ml tu Hit- slieri;!'
(Imc'.iI wit li nil. . i;niMtiii iiml lin (idlit tli eilitor of t ii" prt-.-s'' Mis the JJeini'
!n I. It is true tli-re h ts nut mi far cmts iviTe allowed to iiame cli ik iin.l
Ihmii another caiuii.kite put into tin- l.t-Ui shcrili', I U-; ,-av f) ch(!Vr; til-! Vmo :it-;iu-:iin.-it
liim, hut 'V.-n if timns vvms no aki'U luit ohm (;l!i-e tlmtof ui.d tin
moi'f ("ouipi'tiMit ihiko:i in tli:( coonly Populists iihiiiI and n')iuiil:ti tli-) sliT
co';!l h-3 found to preform tliv liii;. ies ill'. J ronall v iixjuird fruni iifip'i'oor
t liat il evolve upon the county coroUKr of Mr.llolly's hu his pnio:i.:iiil nl--:is
tliu'i tlr. Plniuiy. i '.vcre on tli reform pinst:-ju of thn ci.iy, i
Mi-s M-rri;! in who was tin i h i-) as informed ly t'n'iii l h:it lw was a
of tin Pi-opks In..p"n(hi)i Party con : strong fr.? silat-r nun, ani that. Ii wor!:-
vi ntion i r.J in.loi . lit' tho I hwM:n ti;
i;onvr)'ion f ir t ounly Mipi inti.-rid.'iit of
Piililic Jiistriirtion is a resin jnt of War-
honiiut ireciiicl. and so faras w are ah!e ;
to lerirn lias the alulitv and iiuulilicit- j
t ions to ad mini -r tli'i dot ;s of t lit !II- '
i f of s'lj. i-riuti-iul 'iit if eleoi.l as wu 1,-
Imvc s!ie will he. W; helii-ve Urn i: mi j
mat ion of vhss Mrriam was an li mor ;
wo!l in-mowed and orm wp know is hh- ;
ly appreciated hy her arid wehelieve the
voters ought to rally to her support. !
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."i.'iiic na .nistaiiP. 1
Then is one tiling w.j d.-sire to im- j
prison th voters r.f the ;
i (I. i iimiins i i,iTs nisi , isi.iih. -i.i. ii ;
iiiissiom r i oiin ' ou 'it tiy all iie .ins tii he i
leid'-il tills fail, h h 'in t ',v otilv niein-iii-r
of Ihe fild h,;ai';l w h i has iien nom
iii.ih il ti (ill th.' olli.-e a;' iin: tin) other
two, one lias resigned, and the le.rm of the
other has ex pi reil, heticij it, looks as if it
would ho w roii to put three new men
in tie? nll'ice. who will liavn in knowledge j
if Iiovv the county alfairs are run.
We do not mean to say that thu other
andiates are not, all of them men j
or, tliat. tlicy aro not. ipiaiineu t-ven n ;
i.r. , i
any one of should
hi! l-leo'ed, hut, lii-c'lll-.-' Com II I i -SH ,-ner
Youri has had a year's experience or
nearly so to assist him in the discharge
of the dulies of the office if elected. Mr.
Youn' is 1 i'ii i.-st , conicictit i'Uis, can-ful
ami compeiuilt to f i 1 1 t h" olli.c'. if is
a eradiiati) of an Publish co!ep and
he has been a resilient of this country
for over sixteen yars. We are quite
sure no mistak-i will ho made if Mr.
Youns is elected in November.
An Opft'i Letter.
E htor Siucx ' 'o. Juries at,.
Imr .Sir: I wish to m.ik:; a correct ion
in regard to an item in lu st w-ck's issu
of the Jol'KSAl. in regard to Mr. Fon-e,
have either been misquoted in what I
said or wilfully rnihf -qir" v-nt "1, a del
e'atC to the Imlpl. convi n'.i'in in whoci
I havj implicit roriliduniaj came to me i
and in a conversation with M". Force
he Frank, why dont you run lor
count.' ju'!'e Mr. Force's reply wan I
haven't thought anything ah-iut it in
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further cor, vi-rsation he sanl i you pi - o -
pie s.-e proper to nominate me fir the
ofliee I will come be f ire your convention
and make a statement be d d n it,
iid'v I
II mat siaien.eui. ... i opoosu e
e . t . .... II i... n i .. .
Pepubhca.ii or i democratic I m:i
iioiniiiation with the full kuowlcd
it would add strength to the wh,.l ; tick-
, i . . , ,
et rep.nlless of what his political f-
filiatiotw tui'ht he, he w.u my n-iL,'hh ir
for year'" anil his reputation is above
reproach anil his qualification for the
position cannot be questioned and know-1 v,;t(;r!i h(x (-;inU Xahradia, that
in' Ins personal influence in certain pnr- j hy an a-l. of thu la-.t h-filslal ure, the
tiousof the county th -re was not a I judges an I clerks of i.-l-ed ion in I he couu
intestionof doubt but what he w..ul,l . '.v are to be pp .iuie.1 by the county
,, i- .i i, Jiid,'e, and that, sin h el 'Ction olhcers will
draw a respectable vote frmu th - Ki-;.. i,,pm,., fl,,m Ui(l vvll) 11)iiv )H
publican ranks and every vote so taken ; i.omin.iUsl by precim-t ctiueuseH of the
was equal to two votes for the ticket ( several parties, provided that Ihe curtifie-
tiominated the 25tli, if the delegates at ;
the convention could not see it, in tlie
lit I did, I have no cause to find fault.
if I understand the principle of tlu Pop- j "a, r Persons for judges and two for
ulist party they dont let party name's cb-rks o( election.
become a stumbling block in the way of j i'rnm ""'"inecs certified tr. me I
reform, Judge Maxwell was ami I cannot j h,i reij iired hy said law to make tie'
sav but tsa n-publiean. The Po1iulists ; a-l'ictments on the 2Hrd of October;
nominated ami elected hirn why, Ih-chus.. i 'f ;i,l.v l"'irlv in "".V princinct shall
he was an honest Judge and true to his.''1'1 to hold its cau.-us and certify,!,
convictions of honesty he could not be nomination, within tl e time hpcoilied, I
used as a tool by corporation and poll- i '' U'i-after make such appointments
ti.-.-tl tricksters audi for one am proud i as shall upon impartial information seem
of congressman Judge maxwell ami if Mr , l" most M' "J i' conformity
Fvrco should have been elected to the of- i Wlln tl,,! l'uv'
fice th.) blush of shame would never j 1,1 prccinels which have not already
have had come to mantel the cheek of i nominations the caucimes should
anv fonohst. H.-siiectfullv yours. j held without delay, to insure time
j r , .
Wrn. J. A. Racm.
What Do. the Disturber Think of til's
Fullowiiiii Eellcr.
Editor Smrx CoiwrY Jouknai.
Iieir Sir:
t i.i i.:. ..ii.. .,.,!. r.. .. 1 :...:. I
i WOillil IlillOl.l ttll IOI fh lllllll.i njin,
1 I 1 II I . ijlllllOI'- II ill. .1 li, linn .11 , i iiiiiii
J . . ,
in reCiiril to the iate con vent 'in - I r. ad
ii brief acc t of tic- proceedings of thai
body iu the Press of your cil y ; I
nothing but feelings of respect (or the
editor of the tire-,s,yet 1 think he is mis-
, ,-. ,., .
seonstruiug the actions of the convention
that took place the 2"th it is very true
the Pops are a pluarahty in the county i
but that cuts no great linger w hen if is u
mutter of vital importance to unite Pol-
itical forces of different additions, on one
or mom principles of reform; and that
was the main object in view in the con-
venfion the 2"lh, tbe silver 1 )etnocrats
asked for Ihe olllce of County Clerk, and
l.' lth'i remaining ollicns to the
ot In r p tri a ' , i( 'VM'-i :
uplya iirilter of
I ' il.llli-.t-i
-d and support ,-d tli.j 1'opuiist noii.iiu-'-'h i
lor hnvcral years, chat, was stilhriwit, rn- I
-otn.iid.t lull for toysdf a. id 1 M;-vn for ,
the niajoijty .f tins ,oiiveiit on, or tli. v '
would not Ii.ivj iioinin:itd Mr. li iifv: i!ie
idea and the p--at I'oire of t hh PUKji.s"
is to i r- a',- i!i:..i;isfaijt ion aaioii tn
Voters of the silver forix-s, thy ar well
aware that united we siand; devid.-d we
fall, heia-e the ik-Mre forsowirj; the s-eil
of discord.
1 for one favor a clean open campaign on
party I, ties tu:d principles, anil t.'ii- f i .-
of tii- s. vera I candid its for the rsp-j,;-tive
ollices th "V aoire to (ill: I hav i no
rj , (.rif lsiz ;l KU1S pr, v;U(i a;r;l,
l,ull.i,puhl:.' I,fe' havea ri
it to censuie
i '
r :i hl; to the manner h
performs the trust confided to his keeping
and on thoso lines I am willing to take up
my shan; of the ii'ht, in the corning cam
pai.,'n an I filit It to a successful
Yours for sun-ess.
Win. J. AR.vCM.
Fiodure loins.
J. B. Burl; pit a f-in:in (O'llrai't lint
t.ik" a month to eou.pli-l.-, for Mr.
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inn hi it hi, .-ii . .im is as.c i l. .o .
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Potat i di-jpn is the order of the d i v :
from present indn-al ions potatoes will he
h.ih. Tni-y are w..i-:ii Slh li p--r bushel
in Omaha and 1.(11) in i 'ouin il Hlull's, so
it will pay farmers to hold their's lor
a. -a Ink- hinder.
Mi-s Jordou made a short but pleasant
call al the I'.oilarc P. (). hist week.
.Mr. and Mr. ZouuM-mian and Miss
I. lie also their son E nrie-ry and Mi's.
L-v ibuit vi.iled witli Mr. I'.ll hlliU h'r
Family 1. 1st We.-k, Wo tru st to see them
soon a;rain.
V. li. i.ari.s was a valley visitor last
N.-il Jonlon traded some of his anil Mr.
J- Puce's driving horses m Mi;. for cattle
Neil isexfiecied home any ilvy now,
Mrs. Oeliock returned from Indian creek
Sunday alter tiiri-e weeks ahs'-nce, she
has lH?en mu sing Mrs. John Kirker. Mr.
Hibhlen has pin i there tOtUy as Mrs. K.
is still ver- sick.
Mr and Mrs. J. Smith wets valley visit-
orM vesivntav.
f- n- (i
Mr. Tom Holly has bought Jan.- S uiht.
h imestcae. tin eosi ii-ration live hundr-ii
I Mr. and Mrs Picdorlf returned from
S'1"-"' "'' 'ripth.-y left, here last
sprint; with their horses Thev traihsl
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i oil some of their horses for cattle w hu h
j , h,.y 1 1 1 f t on I he t rain,
has. i 'otl'ee shipped ten cars of eatth
s'it uruay ami twel ve Sunday to Omaha
Emmery Zimmerman went with the
, , ... ,.,.,.,,, ., ,,., , ,..
' I complete nis si inbes at lieh-vu t'ollcp
Mr, W i-i klr m a u is conlineit to his liid
h" ,rt'" 11,111 il" summer.
'Mrs. W. came home last week she lias
I wrkill(; rr ,,.!r S(II1-S h,Vin-ontfir
; all sumoier. ():n;.I;vi;it.
VaII,.., I. ...... I v ,. 11,,. I..,r.l
'""- '"' ''laion .ir-i lil-U in my o,n -e
on or lie fore the day of October;
each precinct party caucus should
for the caucus nlllcers to return the
certificates for l.luing by Oi tolier, 22,
No persons nro eligible as election
nlllcers w ho are not of good character
; approved integrity nnd well informed: or
w ho cannot read, write ami speak nhe En
glish I tnguiii-'e, or have not resided in the
' .
recim t in which the, nre to
serv-i next preced
nig their appointment
'"' a,v ""' ei'tnled to v-nt-- th, re.ii. or nr.
candidates to be voted for at the elect u
to bo held Nov.-, uber 2ml Kj; or who
i . . ,, . . , , .,
have anvthing bet or wagered on the re
suit of kin h election.
RofiTlKT vVlI.'ON.
I , ,
! Mint h.
; f. W. Drown will take notlco that on tin-
i and tl ay of sept, i k:i7, d, s. Cox Justice of
tlie peace for sioiix County Nebni-ka, h.iic I
mi order of nt liteliinent ror mi), mi In un net
Ion, hern a. Prhneiui x, in ,liiliitl( anil l
I W. Iirown ili-reiiileiit, tlmt pronci iy coimiio.
.(f II lirn.l ol lior-es of ilelViwInut Iiiis
l,i-i :l i.i I ,,-),i ,1 .
-a el iri '.oi, I i mn T ((
s.l le i I I.
i I', ii.'.l .
I tii al-'-iiaei-s I':
JiVrr-son. Vft. )
in t 0- l,".i;. t '
To rd of count' coeirnis.soiiern met tare
IJllIlT ceiio i.
1'rei.jiit t 'iimi.j!ofc'-r Wi-bitr, Vouag :ti. l
I iiikliiini ii ml ( le. 'k.
Ylie ri'!;;ii:itioii of V, p. Iliuuijn us liraml
.-t.iiiiiiissioaer W..H pKsei.tuil and on inota-a
'1 in- i sl srn n t --i i f Charles, K. svli'p as jue
'if-o the I .nee iv.u presumed and on mo. !
teei neeep ef),
The hti.temeiit of '.V. II. I .; vi-. comity
r, j.j v,.,i
ilieriat.i-ii li-at of ni(,.iiei dStiir-! an.! 1
was p e-iieiteil and o t motion !
.ppriiv.-d. !
na iiiot'eiii lvrry Wh'.ti wus eppii ited
ro.:d over -teer In lio.vca l'ri-ei.iet, Ui.,t.
i Ti- r.'ipieKt of thu sol tier i relief eoniniis--i'ei
r lull .loan I'lti ikett -!'i, ml ,ie.-oiiiit
if th- nolil -.ers relief wis p ci it d
.u:d oa n a ion allovved ;uirt w;irr iat oi'iti-red
train o.i si, id fund for nunc.
Tin-oiliei i! lioad of J'eii-y H'llito road ;
aver-n-cr in 1'isL, No. 1-w..s presented ana i
oa lentioii i.ppi'iveil. !
J In- peti'ion of J. C. Miiph y and otli-rs j
isking that t .e pollliit; phiee in Whist.e i
i 'reek pneiuet lie idi . ,:(,'eil to the store ol ('.
11.1 rlo j at I cil, N h. Wis pr--,iti'.d u-id on .
iiiotioii Ihe prayer of pethio.iei-H is liereby
nu eil. j
Tile complaint arid petition of the Cotton- :
.-.o.;d jii-ople alii--, ia r!i a the in mi traveled
road to Harrison h n! ln-eti ohst i-uel. I by
1 irtiiM leneiu-x and My-:t ilm; J I ro.ite
yvas presente! and on motion Commission r i
WelM-ra-id Voini wire appointi.-d to view i
said roaj aud r.-ii irt it this ui-i-Lia.. I
tut motion llo i.-il itdjouruc I to view said I
ro:id. I
.V. J. Ili-Ewurr, C'ic rk.
lliirri-on, Vi b.
Oct. 7. is'.)7. j j
V.n ir 1 of cou ''y connnissioiiers met pur- j
-ii nit t i nil journmen t.
i'rt'cnt Coinniis.iouir Widjer Yonnff and
Tliililiani and Cliak.
Com ails-loner Wi-ber anil Younj.' after
i aeviiiK t hi- road com pi line, I of, report la fa
vor lit open; n s .hi and o , uiot io l I lie
c nuty attorney is hereby requested to no
tily thii ro tit overseer of Cottonwood pr
i-inet, ,lii .t. o. 9. to notify lluniiaii K. Mil'
ler to open up said road, and Co amissloner
Vi Cbi-r aceo up ini d by the coiiii.y survey
or are on mo! ion antiiori.i-d to reopen ami
plot sa d route brinninK it county road o.
ji. eoraer -if sect! u 7 il-.-,', a 1 1 iatsrs 3t
coil ity road ii. 2 '. -ve s.i s etio is I ,ia I ;t,
.'!i .vii -hip II, t i.i : j i.
on motion aX.o-rt ilohwi-r Was ippinnted
t itii-iiiber of t lit: bran I committee ofsiour
iloiinty, M-b.
The fullowi i! elntuis :i; ihis! Sions C-ninty
Mere ii'iilili'-l and on li.otiiin ;ilmve. and
u-irrant oi-'len-I ilrawn on county bruise
i u ail oi ).-'. 7 t or - une.
i iury While buililuu; br'ul-i- V.:
Lewis Cerlai-li brid Ke spik . :-"ta
Tne foiliiWiHKelaiiiis it stnux County
vTere ii'iiliti-i and on motion anT
v, rrarit s orde, u.l di nwn on p nerai fund of
is-, 7 for same.
( li ines lliehle tiostiure fi.M
aiiiui-l 'ji-bb-t l.ii cry hire S.UJ
M. J. I'.l -wett , K ilary' post ie, slation- j
:o y and i-ii ii;n II u j n last ,:cn (7 j
1'r.i iik i .'i kliam. ser ices us i o. I mn 1 1. mi '
I. .). Webi-r, - "
v' : 1 1 1 -s 1-. 1 ounk', " "
i .ran t ( ,u 1 hrie, " "
'.11. '-II
Alt. 7. ..Ill
iiiiVi l I'.a t i-tt, " "
sle rill' - :..0n
-I. it" Jour. i I Co., statin. i iry '... 6
.-ii . iia I'ri a lam; ( o. si a tio-i ry in ( i
iiavi'l VielirMiu, Hliplii-S fill- pauper..- .-,2 I i.i
Lewis lo, " " " 4.0.1
Tlie claim of J. K. Hartwidl for nuiilieal
si-rvi -res riselereil to p.iup ir was presented
and oa motion laid over till next, meeting.
Un motion th; I illin:? pi iee In Five I'oiuta
precinct Is chunked from the resilience of
f rank Tinkhain to the school Hou,o in Dist.
No. ''4.
mi motion the Polling place in Hat creek
precinct i clittwl froai the resid -nee of
i:, . Coll' -e to the r-si-le u-e of Han .ford en.
un moiio i iliiar i adjourna l till II. a. m.
Xuv. 4 Lit . Ii'j7.
M. J. ni.K.w :i i , Cli-i k.
How To l-'ind Out
Fill a bottle or common glass with
urine and let it stand twenty-lour bouts,
a sediment or settling indicates uu un
healthy condition of the kidneys. W hen
urine stains linen it, is evidence of kidney
trouble. Too I requcht desire to urinate
or pain in the hack, is a I so convincing
proof that the kidneys aud hlader are out
of order.
What Tn Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that In-. Kilmer's
Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy
lullils every wish in relieving pain in
th- back, kiihie.s, liver, bladder and
every partof the urinary passages. It
corrests inabilit y to hold urine and scald
ing pain ill passing it, or bail ell'ects fol
lowing use of liquor, wine or beer, nnd
overcomes that unpleasant necessity of
being compelled to tret up many times
during the night to urinate. The mild
nnd the extraordinary- elici t of Sami
llnot is soon icnlized. It stands the
highest, for its wonderful cures of Ihe
most distressing cases. If you need a
medicine you should have the best.
Sold by drug''is s, price lifty cents and
one dollar. You may have a sample
bottle nnd pamphlet both sent free by
mail. Mention THE SlOt'X Cot NT Y
Jni'usu. and send your address to I)r.
Kilmer & Co.. Piinghampton, N. Y. The
proprietors of this paper guarantee the
genuineness of this oiler.
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to report tr in-u -lions conil'ig nu ler
tlielr cjui I urn iturln the Inst conn y fair,
held September, II, 11 iiii'l U'.tli, nnd nl ti n
complete detnileil iiscoinit Iroin eiicli iitnl
pvrry one tlmt nee rniipaii led Die i !ilb"l to
thu -tilie fair It s rnqniMlnl, -letn Ming Ihe
iiiiioiint taken In cari-, lilto the ntiiount
r'liirneil to tlni ottiiers tin'l iiNothn nrtieli'-i
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Tuk ,Io:-uxai. 111 imiilish your brand, 1k
the lollo-.rin, for f ':, j-r yei-.r. l.aei; :nt-
ililioiail I ran. I 7r, ( cuts. Kvej-y farmer or!
rain-litneii ia si-,ut ami uijohiiiir coiintii-s:
iiioiil'l ailvertis. Iliiir hra.nlH in 'J'HKjo.Kj
st lis it clreiili-ies al! over the stata-. It
imiy be tlie mcaici of (,avii,Lr nioiiev lor vtia.
"jl left .side if I'll
ij'ili'j i-liiiol'Ier of liorsiv.
! lll li-fL si, n of cuttle oil rf., T
pJy jfJ R-.uiBft on Aute'olie creek
I". U., (.hneliri-t, Sioux Co., Ne!i.
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Cm let t side or hip of cattle, ) . i
''It shoulder (.1 ' liii-rM s. i
i' -i-'s llinnire on the head ot vt urbonnK
f jj'&j A'ldroMf Uarrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
wp qjy-l S. W.CAKKV.
f'AiflC?;'"" I,,ft 'ouliJer of cattle and
B-A '(liorsi'M.
Llvi.'it h.o.i-'i- on I-it'.le Cottonwood.
I'i. ., ( rawlord ;-ebr.
A ('raiid p,irtunity.
There are today thousands of youn
peoilu on the farms and in the villages
w ho are tied down hy lack of education
tii work thev hi-artilv dislike. Are vo,i
one of them my friend? If so, the!
(irantl Island iiusim ss & Normal Coll-j
avfe can put you n tlie road to siii-cessj
if vou are ambitious and willing to
study. It makes no diU'ernce how
liackv.aril you are provided you are
1,1111 ,e aiai oe-an onsniess. v, ia.e n
evervthin-x tn-iessr.iy for a mn cesslul
start in life, if yon are short of money
we will accept a piml note without in
terest for tuition or if necessary we will
furnish everything tuition, hoard, ana
hooks anil give you time to graduate and
pnv for sani afterwards. Iiusinr-ss,
Normal ami Shorthand courses. Moan!
$1.50 per week. Established 13 years.
OolpLre Record sent free or catalogue
for 0 cents tn stamps. This is your
chance of a life tune. Will you let it
slip hv? A dress,
'A. M. llAIWis. President,
Grand Island. Nebr.
They handle every thing usualy handled in a ge:
era! department country store.
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Harrison, Nebraska.
D. H. GPJSWOLD, Cashier.
. jansacts a General Banking Businec z
Ameiiicas ExcriAViK NATtoVAt. Wamc. New York,
Omaha National Rank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadron.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
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matters in Justice, County urn! E'-ind
Ivourts, and befoiu tlie ViiiUi SU',
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