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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1897)
tite sioux cor
TictnwoAT, Nov. 4th , 1837.
o. D. Canon, Editor and Prop.
r. K. ft . T B. d. Hate faMe.
GolTur West. , Going Kast.
Ho. S, xJxed, 11 3 So. , Ditzed .:00
J. 3. ?HIXNEY. M. D.
Piyiraa aud Surgeon.
41! oU I given ppainpt attention.
OTSve lu C-rur Store.
t . M. V. R. R. is the best
to and from t!ie
SUGAR BEET FIELDS
Yes, and economy, too. If
you tk the BCH UStJTON
KOCTt'a personally con
ducted onee-a-vreek excur
lwn which leave Omaha
and I-iocolu every Tnurbdav
Tourist sleepers clean, bright, coniforta-
l)lr -through to uii r'rauciaco unci Los
Angeles. Second class tickets accepted.
iralystfer a doable berth, wide eaough
nil Ubjeooagh for two.
Writ fa folder giving fall information.
Or, call at the depot and see the local ticket
A. T. CLARK,
Oatee: 1st Door Sonth of Bartell,s Store.
HARRISON, . - NEB.
HOTICE TO SETTLERS.
TtM rules of the local land office have
recently been amended so that settlers
to makoilnal proof shall settle with the
publisher before sending in their applica
tion. All parties tbsiriar to h kike tinul
roof can have their papers ruuie out at
TBI JoCTUiAL office, free of tUrge, and
firamptly transmitted to the i.nd office
iw that no time will tio lo.t.
j Tj-rj!,iy n very qti election
i El O' Conner i expected home Jin a
few !. v
J Most all if not all of the voter in
i ftrtivun rii-M-inz-t ufl in in vntp lattt Tiim
,... ,,. .
When in need of boy' suits cull on
Bartell, as he lias just received a new
Carpenter Wripht's new ho4tse is he
gininif to loom up in the south-west part
-Dnt forjret that you can pet your
w inter mil linury or trimmings at Bar
llallowene evening was not observed
o any preat extent in Harrison this
John Fitzgerald will move his family
bick no Indian creek today wliere they
lived liist winter.
Thurt-day November 25lh will be
Thanksgiving day this year. So look
out for a turkey for dinner that day.
Frank Moravek who ia a fireman on
the B. & II railroad running into Dead
wood will be home in a few days on a-vis-it
Last Tuesday was an ideal election
day. Old residents Ray it was one of the
finest day's for an election for many a
Mrs. Perry White made a short hut
pleasant call at the Jocrxal office Tues
day Hfternoon. We would be glad to
have more of our friends call. ;
During last niht it commenced U
mow and up to this time is still tailing:
and ihe indicrtions nre that a deep snow
will he the result
-Eintei- Smith I- ft fir Valentine Tue-'
d.iV having rtceivi: a teh j.rau Ironi til.
fa' her to come down at once. The Me.
sa;e did Jiot sitate hether any of hi fat
hers family were si k r uol. Elm i
does not know how soon he will return.
SAttKIED. at the nielhodist parson
age M u lay N jvl M 1 tf" J l-itl 4 e of th
Peace Smuck ' olficiateiiig, Mr. llenr.
Rose of Highland precinct and Miss Ma. ,1
Amy Grewell of Bod.-.rc precinct.
While wa are not personal acquaiovtd
with the bride we are with the groom
and believe Henry is one of the best
young men in S;oux county and is a cit- t
izen that any neighborhood or county J
can feci proud of. An it is our opinion i
that the huly ileory has cho.-n us a life
partener to trav.-l tlm j nirney of lifj
with him is one he will fell proud of j
through hf. The Jot'KNiL offers healy j
congratulations and hofes their live
may be nothing but sun shina and happi-
The lucky candidates wlio are elect--d
and re-elected t -comty offices on luel
TueJav are an lollows:
family of John Uaeain ut purchase) two
car loads of cattle is this ricinity whil
lie khipbed to the Oinah market a... -
White Elrrr Rima.
j,1 Ttie llall place lut agnin changed
owners, a Mr. Young from tbe Sand Hills
is the present owner.
J. Foreman is staying at Mr. Hixon's
hi intend to start for (faring in a hort
time to tliapose of aooie tM-rees.
Lrwjrge Iia has taken a lay off and
is at home ror a few days.
We uodersUnd tliare is an oyster sup
per on hand given by one of our prooiio-
eat young aien. .
The parties atjp ditpeneed liquor on
election day did so wtUtuvt a hcuDse.
The election in Uiis precinct was io
favor of the silver forces by a vote of
Mr. Gates his lininhed huskmg his corn
w midcntaud it is yielding from 12 to 15
bushels to the acre.
There is a large band of sheep being
held on dead man's creek O' ud by Owen
Shay. Rgro u.
R pans Tabules: at drugg sts.
Hipans Tabules aiilst digest on
R.paii3 Tabuics cure liver troubles.
Ia a. Ho'eomb .j;overnor
Jmtrt E. haiTl Lieutenant tjovenioi
W. K. I'orV r fxx'retary of stato
John F. Co) m-ll . Auditor
J. B. Meter re . ..Tn-itn rer
C. J. Kmytb Attorney lieneral
J. V. Wolfa I-aud t'oimulsxlouci
W. K. Jack Mia Sunt. lublic luatrucl bin
John M. XlHTnton I. 9. Senator, Oumba
Win. V. Allei I'. 3. uator, Mudinuu
J. B. strode, liigreunian Int l)it., Lincoln
D. H. Mercer,
Samuel Ual well,
W. L. Stark.
U. I). Aatbe- land,
W. L tirett ,
A. M. Post fhlef Justice, Columbua
T. O. C Ilai risou An'le Jwlgu, Cirnd lr.liin.1
f. Ij. Sorr l....Ah-K'it Judic, sewafti
1). Jk. Caiu ueil-.l'lerk aud UcjHu ler, Liucolu
riFTi ESTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
M. P. Kink Ud Judge, (VNeill
W. H. Wetover.. ' UukhTUU
M. J. Blew tt.. Clerk, Harrison
T ' K i ";T:
Where are you going?
We are on our way to ths'
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE
IS SO CHEAP AT THAT
My wife want one of th0Kf
beatiful SPRIXG JATS
and dry good prvvimm dr.
I need a Spring SUIT myif
and we think we can nave mon
ey by trading at the
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
LEWIS GERLACH. P.
WE SELL THE
Arrericin Hand-Sewad Shoe Co's
Also, Wo handle a full lino cf
the sick iiht this
; M. J. Blewett
J. E. Phinney
B. F. Thomas
Jens C. Meng
Jackson Mett len
"Com 1st Dint.
" 2nd iwist.
' " 3rd List.
Mrs.Tebbet is on
B. L. Keel is helping Mr. Hewett
move the Smith house.
-JJtt. John Daut was on the sick list
the first of the week.
Peter Borett went to Ohtdrm last
Saturday oigbt, returning Monday Morn-
BORN To Mr. and Mrs R. L. Keel . f
Warboonet, on Tuesday, OctoW 26,
18t7, a daughter.
Mnjt4. From my place oear Story,
mm cow branded open A J on left side. : into consideration the silver forces stioivd
A reward of two dollars for information ' a grand victory. If every other 4unty
f ber wberebouts, or Ove dollars wjlj ; in Nehrak i have di,ne their duty as well
As to the atate ticket Judge Sullivan
heads ihe list with 83 miij inty in 13 vot
ing precincts out of 15 in Sioux county.
Two R-'jvnts for the State University
Kenowerand Von F. e ran about 10 v t
behind Jude Sullivan, taking everything
all the pain
uffer Is caused
by weakness or
the organs of
when a woman Is not well these
Trans are affected. But whan
they are ctronf and healthy a
woman Is wry seldom sick.
i ... i
Is nature's provision for the regu
lation of the menstrual function.
It cures aU" female troubles." It
Is equally effective for the tfrl in
her teens, the younf wife with do
mestic and maternal cares, and
the woman approaching the periesi
known as the "Change of Life."
They all need It They an nl
benefitted by it.
series ta ones nesMnr lessIB)
To Chatuaoofa itaSdM Co., (Mtt
Bsocs.Taa. WOf. J. COOPfl. Toseis, Kts., ssvn
"Bl let wtii K mm ss) i Jwetmsr
M eatatsi wtriistlia ess eoewft
eewe ai i
r. Wlaa al C.mn
v sjivea ii orougnt to my place.
Perry Kirkbatrick of Highland pre--inct
went down to Warhonoet last Wed
nesday to husk corn for O. A. Oarion,
who has over 600 bushels to husk.
Mrs. Jameson and children and little
katie Bourett, wb have been spending
Ihe week at the 33 ranch returned to
C hadroo last Saturday evening.
Arties I tan cattle bides and all kind
t4 efcine witb hair for robes, or without
for Ithr. Hee sample and prices in
J. H. Bat-tell's store.
1L Oi.BnicHT. Olen.Neb.
Mr. Dratming of Lusk, Wyo., passed
tlirough Harrison on bis way home from
Wnitoey, where he bas been to attend a
Irrifatioo meeting last week.
S4k Anybody wishing to buy met
l wheels will do well to call on or ad
itareft Charles Scbilts, Harrison. Neb.
Postmaster Reindeers and his two
-haraoiag daughters the Misses Anna and
Z3M atteoded maes at Harnsau last
TtiUj nod together with Father Meunich
of Oawford ware entertained at dinner
icy C ACTUAL family.
Ld A 6ae band gold ring between
C-stjan aad John H. Bartell's farm
trtT 'Dm fiader will be liberally re-
: J hr ksseia it at this office or at
ill J. H. Bartell.
" J C?ci, John Davis, A. J. Bog-
.." v.- 3 Csir, and John Stratton
-t.lcr:cJ ti keys, who either lost or
CO CBj m HSm election of county offi-
tn, f bN failed to hear of any
f-cXC te around town putUng
f' . - VJ9f WVIIIi
"Z.'L' Crr anything, its wrong.
' ,p i Jf luii-work say way. -.
, k.' iLZT2ntx of Prime, Neb.,
' Nifcrfai. Merrkun
; 5rJet arrived In Car.
C Jrth-we-iern railroad
" " l.rt r sbe has been oa a
:iogio Uatrity. Cbe
Mar father 'far two or
as 8ioux cO'inty the rcpuhlican pirty are
Mr. Tidd of Round lop passed through
this burg last Monday on his way to the
Thomas Holly was a Harrisoo visitor
Mr. ane Mrs Ch is. Coffee returned las
Saturday from Chadron.
J. B. Burke bas just accepted another
fence contract of Mr Bigelow on running
water, Lew Pfost is assisting him.
Mrs. Art. Hagerman and children have
gone to Alliance to live.
Mr. T. Doyle will help Chas, Plypton to
clean his irrigating ditch this week.
C. Plypton while at Omaha treated
his wife to a fine cart.
Miss Sylvia De Bock retured from Chad
ron last week where she hrs been taking
a course of treatment under the care of
Rev. Kendil will preach at the Bodarc
church next Sucday afternoon at
o'clock. ., .
Mr. Weisner of Remiogford stiped at
the Post office for a few minutes last
Saturday. He will teach in the Waseer
burger district, he taught the 'same
school two year ago. OksT1K
Condidates continue to appear every.
Frank Nutto and M. J. Gay hart went
ta Edgemont to visit their relatives at
The dance at the school house was not
as well attended as was expected.
Squaw creek school commenced today
(Monday) with Mr. Waisner wielding the
burch, the Montoee school will also open
after election witb Mr. J. Jacoby as iU
M. J. Gay hart and family were pleas
ant visitors at J. and Henry Wasserburg.
ay's last Sunday,,.,
'Jacob Henry is hawliaff 'his winter,!
opplf of wooc rrom tbeiCJyofl, - "...
Joe Baoglrr who is visiting with the
II yna wi n one of ;hr 1!(I,0M
K-tt W r h- yov-rniarot er
qr, t i Uf H cn ! m
; nuw i.i t' f it io m turr it,t a at
lor fj-Mn trie rcuu-rcd t
b rvue exasHSalMVfl therrlor.
t nrrtrv, I act ami a cosmos Kbaol
ociion arc all tbc rcqua-csKuu
.td. . ,
Tni Bui ui ius h bt-s- (xilitr potuUc (or ob
tain patents and co;rrtshtf in this aad forac
countries. The the I oi tni ocpl- Sa bad SO rears
eipmence as in'ct r.ianincr, cooniarwacr oi
raieais, aal Paun. Aw ntf. aa it very
rai in wcunng broid pal 'tit, ana in ine
ef all patent liuca'ton Ixlore the courts.
SCHOOL OF UW.
Thi Bum a cn fit h (or idaitwoa to the Bar
nd preptfe yon tor acirve practax ta two year,
wiuwut ajteri3iir irterirrtng antn yoer otocraa
lies. Oar inructor are ttie ahlrst. oar mum
I tboruogh.and caircnarcetrmonabta. Tbreecaers-
are uutrni: umrcnuy, IHif aeaa aad sseeML
Scad for particular, terwa. etc
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J ouy troea rei.au,e ay
factarars tbat luv rained a
reputation bybonaat and aquare
deal las, yon wUI thee jet a
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U world over for Its dare
Yob want the ene that
There Is aese in tke werM tket
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part, SoMaeas of Caleb, baaaty
In apoaaraaoa, or bas as bmbW
tot rfl rayeits ea the
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Ipnuft let ui . ii iu, Ai.y .1 1,
Tall " tK lubfr i i, jury Kill.
lOonnty CooTri At Hnrrlxou,
. Brat Monday ( f each month,
v-tto 5!ntxe nator, !i-t. o II, Sprlmj i "
A. K. elieldou , iit. :-o. .'k!, Ch id ron
; CJfSTT OKriCERS:
Robert WiSacA County Jud'
I.J. Blewett. Clerk
U t. IMelile .' ' Tre..nrvi
V. II. Knvis i -upt. Public Instrnctioii
.. B irtlett.i Slu rllt
J. E. I'hlniw y. Coroner
B. V. Tbouiaa. Surveyor
it. J, Ulewel.t.. Clerk of District Court
; t.r.uit tiutlirie .Xonuty Attorney
f 1!)A Kn OK C'OMMI.S!l"M-;iIS:
'rank Tlnkhiin la! m-iri
l. 'J. H'eta-r(Ch tirniitn) "
J. uiea K. Vouii;?.. .VI "
. i Oliver (-h ir
I V, Scott .
.'. It. Gr!wod
H . B. Mursteil. r
S. Hamlin'.. i
W. II. Davis i l,
j Lcwta Cerhich Treaauret
j SCHOOL OmCElW:
J. W. Scott .Director
R. L. SinncV... ! Moderator
IwU Lerlach !Tre;ia:ire
lIIl"M"II KS AM)1 SK I KTI Kh.
Mclluxllst Kundity Kchool incetn every Sn
, day iiiorniiigat 10:00
J. E. M .KKTKI.LEn, W. It. IHVIH, .
t Snricrliurndenl. - Sccretnr
Reiralar bualneaa meeting flrat Tuewluy
venln In each month.
. C. L. MAKKTKLLr.R,
Wilt. Davis, I'rcakleiit.
Devotional inectfng every Sanday evening
at 6:45. D. J. C1.ARK, Leader.
JCMOR I EAflCK.
Meota each Sund iV aftermu at ZM.
Mas. D. tl. tikiSWoLli, Mupt.
JER RT RUSK POST, So. Ml, O. A. B.
Meota aecond Mondcy in each month In
the court booae at llarrlaon.
.. E. E. Livertnore, Com.
WOODMEM Of THE WOKI.D.
Harrlaon Camp, So. U, meeu on each si
ternate Wednewlay evening.
W. n. Davis, J.A.lUKrox,
Clark. . Con. Com.
MODEKX WOODMEM OK AMERICA.
MeeU each Mlternatc Raturday evening
at S o'clock. A, U. DKW, V. C.
J. W. Smith, Clerk.
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HE BIQCCSf bOOT IN TluTWlaJLO
Just tar a r tut or rnze jfjn k it i:.
Wi-lin you are Itadly in need of the only
sold in Sioux C-nunty, call on me.
J. If. BARTKLJ..
During: the campaign you ought to
subscribe for the JOURNAL and keep
posted in your own county. Try it a
THE EVENING STAR.
The best of Wines, Brandies, Whiskey
and Beer kept constantly on hand.
I will open for business Saturday, Sept. 4, 18U7. WLoh
in town give me a call.
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I am Agent for the world famed McKOKMICK BIND.
EKS and MOWERS. I keep on hand all the time a full
line of supplies for . these machine. -
Last but not Least.
PERKINS WIND MILL
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