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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1897)
THJE SIOUX COUNTY
TBOMDATj Oct. 2Sth , i-Wi
P. Cants, Editor au4 Prop.
F. A . T B. A. line tbl.
I Gotn( Wast. iotug Kui.
, mix, 11 :5 So. ., aied 5 :00
8, PHEiNEY. M. D.
Piiarae aad Saxreoa.
All !; flvn prompt attention.
rfCe la Drag Store.
. E. K. V. B. R ia the beat
to aod from the
SUGAR BEET FIELDS
Tea, and economy, too, if
yout.ie the BUKMNliTON
KOUTE'S proimUy con
ducted oucB-a-wcek ercur
ions which leave Onmh.t
and Liacclu every Tnurdav
Tourist sleepers clean, bright, conifortn
ile through to San FruncUco and Lo
Angeles. Second c43 ticket accepted.
Only for a doable berth, wile eaough
and big enough for two.
Writ for folder giving full information!
r. call at tbe depot and see the loon! ticket
A. T. CLARK,
Oflee: 1st Dear South of Earte!l,s Store.
BOTJCE TO SETTLEBS.
The rules of the local land office have
recently been amended go that settlers
po make final proof shall settle with tbe
publisher before sending in their applica
tion. All parties desiring to make final
proof can have their papers made out at
Til JOCENAL office, free of charge, and
promptly transmitted to tbe land office
so that oo time will be lost
Tte ballot are printed and are being
distributed this week aroog the different
Reports come in frqra east, rest,
orth, and south, which indicate that
the fusion tecket will win next Tuesday
with a good round majority.
Hetlee Anybody wishing to buy met.
al wheels will do well to call on or ad
AVpaa Charles SchilU. Harrison. Neb.
Miss Maggie Hunter of Badarcpre
toot ia attending school and stoping at
foe residence of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Guth
rie on North Ave. ,
A very pleasact evening was spent
at tbe church last Wednesday evening,
the occasion being a pound social given
tor tbe baasflt of the parson all report
a pleasant time.
Vottor-I tan cattle hide and all kind
pi Wins with hair for robes, or without
for leather. See sample ami prices in
J. H, Bartells stora.
H. OuiRKsrr. Glen, Neb,
Leat Afioebaod gold ring between
Harrieofl and John H. BnrtH'g farm
ouee. Tbe finder will be liberally re
warded by leaving it at this office or at
Bartell's store. Mrs. J. H. BarUll.
Toe Orapbophooeor talking machine
it Marsteller Bros. attracU large crowds
tli A. It . .
m mtva to toe books ana lectures given
by tbe iosrameot when it is wound up
and tamed loose, call and listen to it
whan in town.
Strayed. From my place near Story,
fiat cow branded -open A Jon left side.
A - i - . . J t r . .
w ifvuuiuin ior luiorniauon
Xf her wberebouU, or five dollars will
ba glveo jS brought to my place.
aut-U. M. Sutton and children who
jbave been visiting relatives and friends
H law for the past month or six wee ks
fatnroad bone yesterday. Just keep your
ajrn oa (aoey aod see bow happy he is.
Test Friday night a surprise party
waa apnwf oa Cbaa BlehLs and wife it
bass tfeeir fifteenth aoiversary. About
twearty of their friends aod neighbors
oaUed aod joined ia making merry and
after spending a pleasant evening in tbe
rotnpaey of their genial boat aod hostess
the isoer man not being forgotten, the
goeata departed wishing Mr. and Mrs.
KiebJa aaaay happy returns of the day.
Before casting your vote for county
wpartotaadast of schools read White
Elvar brasses ia tot isaoe of the Jocxa-
AL aaJ see Wh&t kind nt m. mtnrw tm
)w roU dewa ia tha White Elver prs-
etMt wtJafcleaaid tobave been started
gXCstn candidate for superloten
jrhn, T7a will refrain from making any
r titouraelvsa and let tbe voten
Find wimple tallct on
another page of thU paper.
Also instructions to voters
will bo found at the bottom
of the ballot.
Harrison i. to have a brass band.
John Stratton its building him a
liouse in the rear of the blacksmith shop.
Suction foreman Blomberg wa a
pleasant visitor in our Hanctum last Mon
day. Mrs. B. F. Thomas returned from a
month's inlowa, among relatives and
-B. F. Thomas left last week for Col
lins, Colo., . He experts to be gone un
Mr. James Wright is building him
a house close the home of his son Will.
The du&ky features o f private Krow
scn is getting to be quite familiar on
There will be mass in Harrison oo
next Friday at ten oclock sharp at the
Next Tuesday is election day. Be
sure you vote for your and your fami
lies mt rests.
The family of Mr. B. F. Thomas
moved to town this week so the little
folks can attend school.
Attorney Dorrington of Alliance was
in our midst on last M mday in tlte inter
est of his client George Krowsen.
Will Gerlach left UstSuud.iy after
noon for two or three weeks visit with
old friends aud neighbors in Iowa.
' The hospital Steward and con pany
Sargent were op from Ei. Rolynsou on
lust Monday as witnesses in the Krowsen
J.ihn Warrao aud family have left
far where tlwy expect to make their
fi;t ure houits. Mr. Warrau will engage
iu the livery business.
Hon. G. W. Hester, sports a nice
new buggy since receiving the nomina
tion for County Judge. Well you ought
to get out now and rustle votes like the
rest of the candidates.
Lew Witt, who has been herding cat
tle for Eggert Rohwer all summer U
back on our streets again looking as nat
ural as ever. Now fora good time again
this winter Lew. you have earned it.
N. L. Tipton lias taken a claim about
five or six miles north-west of town,
aod is now engaged in building a new
h'Hixe and barn. barley Umphoenom
is helping him with the barn this week.
Fred Biomberg from Glen was in
town Monday and did not forget to call
at the office for achat as he alwav does
when in Harrison. Fred says White
river will be all 0- K., foj the fusii n
tu ket this fall as far as he can learn.
Monday afternoon a light rain fall
took place and up till some time in the
evening it turned into snow so that whi-n
morning dawned the ground was whit
with snow and about threj ioch-J dttep.
with a cold north-west wind blowing.
But the indication at this time seems to
be for som bettar weather to follow.
Have you or I cin-i dered that e'ere
anothor month elapsed we will bavespen'
thanksffiving;. Are we griving the matter
sufficient reflection in order that we may
'eturn thanks for a few of the many
favor aud blessings received at the mast
Bro. Davis nuld restrain us from
saying anything to the voters of Sioux
county yet he hinivflfhan been out work
ing the voters with all his might and
main which is perfectly right if he sees
fit and we having no objections to offer
if done in an honorable way; and the rule
will apply to every candidate no matter
what party they atliliate with.
Dont let any man ho professes to
have esp )'ii-id the ctiie of "fra silver"
dout 1 repeat let him for a moment de
ceive himself if he does not vote for ALL
and not scratch any one. Have you ever
noticed that the gold standard republi
causal wyg vote for the namioee's of their
convention no matter who or what ttiey
are. Friend let us do likewise our ru en
on the silver ticket are men w hoi-) ability
integrity and honeety cannot lJ (juestion
edt let us give to each and every ODe of
tbe candidates our heartiest support.
We hope every voter in S.oux coun
, ty who favor reform principles and are
opposed to "government by injunctions"
and the robbing of the public treasury,
aod the single gold standard will vote
the fusion ticket from top to bottom do
not let an opportunity pass to maintain
tbe honor dignity and credit of the state
Will the people like the "sow rttjm to
its wauow ojjam ro never continue
the good work so well betftm lait fall,
when almost all the hoodlmg and thieve-
ing gang were routed from high places of
trust in Nebraska.
The case of Nebraska vg Geotge
K row sen for the murder of Harrison Wil
Hams at Ft Robinson on tbe last dav of
November, which was heard before hit
Honor Judge Wilson fast Monday after
noon was dismissed for want of sufficient
testimony to bind the prisoner over to the
District court The state had but one
witness of any importance whatever and
his testimony waa altogether circumttaa
cial, hence, tbe state could do nothing.
At any rata Bioux conoty will save seve
ral thousaod dollars by not having to
prosecute the caae. The prisoner was
glad enough to regain his liberty and
went back to the Fort happy. We un
derstand be will not be paniahed by tbe
A Card of 1 hanks
We deiire to thank the kind frieods and
neixhlK.m who so faithfully aasifiUxl us
in caring for our beloved wife and moth
er in her last Hicknetm aud death,
Mrs. Jennie Bourett
J. H. Lacy
G. M. Lacy.
White lUvcr llreeu.
Mr. Crwford who was shot Dear Glen a
few days ago is getting along nicely aod
is so as to be out again.
There will be a side track put in at Glen
in a few days, the grading has been done
severul days the track is expected to be
laid as soon as the rest of the material
Rev. Sloan preached at our church last
Sunday both morning and evening.
It has come to our ears that the repub
lican nominee for County Superintendent
had revived the old talk about the White
river girls who atteoded Institute last
July, for political purposes. If this be so
I wish to say that be has no grounds
whatever for making aversions that be
has. We have refrained from saying
anything alxtut this niat'er thus far,
knowing that the White river girls have
never been mixed up in anything un
becoming to any lady while they were in
Harrison or in fact any oilier place, but
we do not propose to forever keep quiet
ond a low such talk to p on without any
found ition bate viir. We wonder if thix
fell'.w should he elect-! if tins fellow
ever exect lady Leactn r to h ply to him
fir a Ciltificate after his circulating such
stories us we miiH.rsiaid l.e has. I am
going to ask the teachers and also the
voters of Sioux county if they want that
kind of a tuperinteadent for the next
two years? metiiinks I hear them answer
no: we want one who will work for the
interests of a I teachers and schools, a
benefactor to all and favored of none.
M.J. (ay hart made atrip to Har
rison last week after a load of potatoes
A good time is reported t tbe dance at
Leelings, there will also be a dance at ttve
Squaw Creek school house next Friday
the twenty eighth.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wassnrburer, Mr.
and Mrs. Marking and fanjilv were visit
ing at H. Wasserburjrer's Sunday.
Mr. Jacob Henry Sr. has purchased a
brand new saddle at Crawford which
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he presented to Matr GharSey.
Mies Laura Reindur returned home
from tier pleasure trip to Missouri.
The remains of Patnc Murphy who
died at his home near Five Points were
interred hi the Mootroae cemetery last
Tidlags From Pleasaat Ridge.
J. J. ZumBrummen has been assisting
D. M. Sutton in putting up a windmill
on his claim.
Potato digging and wood hauling seem
to be the cheif business among our peo
J. H. Newlin mabe a trip to Gilchrist
last week and brought back a load of
household goods that be left there a year
Mrs. E. Sutton contemplates a trip to
Texas this fall to visit her daughter and
wil likely spend the winter there. We
think this visit will be very pleasact for
Graodraa, as her health was very poor
last winter, and is not verv strong now,
ard that warm genial climate will sure
ly prove beneficial to her health.
Mrs. Bartell was a very pleasant and
welcome visitor among her many friends
on the Ridge last week. She drovo to
the Ridge with several little children in
her indpndent way, which wasdoubtless
no littU trouble, we think others could
be a-i sociable with less effort perhaps.
James Wright recently completed a
building for Philip Fref.-ze and returned
home. Now he is expecting to lcin a
house for A. Christian on Ins timber
claim near the shool bou-e The build
ing will be occupied by J. iJ. Newlin and
Mr. Wright has been in our midst so
long that he has almost pained his (Or
iz-nship. He surely would be a worthy
aiditinn to our community if he should
decide to locate.
II ymi wi h one cf the 150,000
portion m ilic government wr
nrf". uct a: a a i4mrocQ tcheol
n-.i;un iueall the requirements
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This Burrsu cm fi' yu tm :miir.B to the Bar
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RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
LEWIS GERLACH. IV.
WE SELL THE
American Hand-Sawsd Shop Co's
JciTT.r. or T.ia.o.T! k . ..
I am Agent for the world famed McKORMICK 11IXI).
ERS and MOWERS. I keep on band all the time a full
line of supplies for these machines.
Last but not Least.
Wehn you are badly in need of the only PERKIN S WIND MILL
sold in Sioui County, call on me.
J. H. BARTELL.
During: the campaign you ought to
subscribe for the JOURNAL a id keep
posted in your own county. Try ita
The best of Wines, Brandies, Whiskey
and Beer kept constantly on hand.
I will open for business Saturday, Sept. 4, 1897. When
in town give me a call.
MICHAEL 13 RUCK,
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THE EVENING STAR
Edited by ALBERT SHAW
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