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THE SIOUX C t'NTY
Ueo. D. Canon. Editor anI Prop.
F. E. AM. Xn.iL l lnietallr.
Going Weal. GOiiiKKast.
4. mixed. 11 :30 No. 6, mixed 8:o
y. E. M. V. R. K. is the best
to and from the
SUGAR BEET FIELDS
A map of the
""X wuil a "j "JsUeJ I'j lis
Burlington P.oute U three feet
vride by four long; 1 printed
la seven color; Is mounted on
rollers; shows every s;,it,
county, Important town and
lrallroad hi the t'lii.m, ami
"orm a very des.ir.ible. and
lsefl adjunct to any house,
lold Or business establishment.
Purchased la lnrge quanti
ties, the mi.ps coti BuningUm
Koate i,ore than fifteen cents
eiico, but on receipt of that
amount la stamps the under
signed will be pleased to tend
Write Immediately, as tte
supply Is limit, d.
j. Tnkycm. Gen'l Pass'r Agent, Omaha, Sub.
fnia A. Holcomb Governor
Ja.ni fa . Harris Lietttenant Goveruoi
W. F. Porter Secretary of f-tatc
John F.Cornell Auditor
J. E. Meserve Treitaurer
C. J. Smyth . Attorney Genera!
J. V. Wolfe Laud Coniuiissionei
W. B. Jtcktou upt. Public lDtructlon
ohn 31. Thurston V. 8. Seuator.f.ii-.iha
Win. V. Allen tr. . fx-nator, Madinun
yj. B. Strode, .o;igre...i.ii 1st 1 lt , Liucoln
D. H. 3Iercer, " -1 " Omiha
Mmuel MaJtwell, " ir 1 " frerm.nt
W. h. Stark, - 4tb ' Auroi
R. I). Sutherland, " ttfi " elton
W. h. Gresn, " ttii " Ke4.r1.ey
A. M. Poit . Chief Justice, Columbus
1. 0. C. Harrlaon Au'te Jade, (irand Island
T. L. Sorval Aasoelate Judge, .seward
D. A. CampbeU-Clerk Had Eeporter, Lincoln 1
FIFTEEyTH JUDICIAL DISTK1CT:
U. P. Kinkalul -Judge, O'Nein
W. H. Westover ' KushviJle
X. J. Blewett Clerk, Hurriton
TERMS OF COURT:
Iltrict Court, At Ilamson, ' commence
-Spring term April 13th, jury nth,
" October 25, JnryKth.
bounty Court, At Harrison, coimnencen
Brat Monday of each month.
puo Matz Senator, Dist. ho H, Spring vleir
A. E. Sheldon Dit. So. 53, CUadron
COCSTY OFFICE P.i:
Robert Wilson ...County Judge
M. J. Blewett Clerk
i has. Btehle Tretwnrer
W. H. Davis Snpt. PubUc Instruction
D. Bartlett sn.-rUI
J. E. Phinney Coroner
)i. T. Tboma .surveyor
M. i. Blewett Clerk of Ijistrlct Court
prant Guthrie .County Attorney
BOARD OF COMMISSION EltS:
Frank TlPkbam . Ut Diairld
M. J. Weber(Cbairman) 2d "
Jaine F. Young 3d "
f.. Robwer (chairman) Trustee
J. W. Scott "
D. H. GrlBwod "
W. B. Marsteller '
9. J. Hamlin "
W. H. Da vis Clerk
wt Gerlacb Treasurer
J. W. Seott Director
B. L. Smack Moderator
jLewls Lerlacb .. Treasurer
CHURCHES ASD SOCIETIES.
MetnocUat Sunday School meets every Sun
tay morning at 10 9
J.t. MABSTSLLEB, W.H. DVI,
iyi1T bnalnMS meeting first Tuesday
Ttnlnf in each month.
C. L. MA(TELLER,
W. H. DiTla, President
Devotional moeting every Sunday evonlnf
M. D. J. CLABK, Leader.
31eeM fb Bandar afternoon at Z 30-
Mk. D. H. GftiaWOM), Supt.
jJEtBT RUSK POST, So. MS, G. A. R.
3feets second Monday in each month in
f Be eoort boose at Harrison.
X. E. Urermore, Con-
WOODYUf OF THE WORLD,
garrison Oainp, 9o. W, nuwta on each si
lerBBte Wedaewtay evenlnr
W.H.Datis, J- A-Ho!,
CUrk. Con. Com.
mOVtK WOODMEX Of AMEBI'-'A.
J3ats eaeh Blternate lord ay evnnlaf
Mi,'ck"k. A. i r-v, V V.
, .. Vi', tftrtttll f WlV. ."
matters in Jc
I'ourt', auJ tn !'
giv-n to a!! legal
V.innv and l-Mm-t I
le t Le
written in rehabU.-
Legal per carefully drawn.
ILf.ilKlSCW, - NEIiK-v-KA.
J. E. PIIlNNEY.il. J).
Phycaa aud Surgeon.
ill calls given prompt attention.
Office iu Drug Store.
A. T. CLARK,
(See : 1st I'oor South of arle!l,t More.
H R .ISON - - iEB.
mjtice r imr.s.
The rules of Uiu local li'.t.J oi'U.e have
receu:ly been aciej-ded So that settlers
to make Unal pi oof shall settle itli the
publisher U-fore sending m their applica
tion. All parties desiring to ri,;ti;e liiutt
proof can have their paer mu.le out at
The Jul'RSAl. jf!ice, fr-.-e of charge, an;!
promptly tr.tnuiitt.?d to the lacJ oili.'e
-o that no tnue will he. 1c -t.
W ANTE;.). Two turki.-s at this OiD e.
A few good stoves for sale cheap at :
BaCTEIX-. Come quick. .
Burt Dew is talking of going to !
Green Seld la. oa business hood.
Marste.lier Bros, have purchased a
new het of counter s.-ales of the dayVon
computing scales company Llayton O.
One of Jeff. Hewitt' little Ijovs was
sick a few davs last week but at, this
writing the little fellow eenm to 1 O. j
Turf eh Urea of J. II. Birt-li' pi-
having a round with the hooping coiifch. i
It is thought that most of th ch.l Jr-a j
in town have beeoexpraud t ithe dim-a-, I
Mi-htmI From inv r hu- near St.rv. i
one cow branded open A J on left side.
A reward of two dollars for information
of b-r wherebouts, or tive dollars will
ba given if brought to my place.
Without premium but at bed rock
prices for coat you will find Boy's suits
and Over Coat's Children Cloaks; Men's
suits and Over Coata , also fur coats at
IL A. Priddy of Warbonnot pre cinct
will leave for Greenfl-Ul. Ia., next Satur-
day or Manday on business.
to be gons about a week.
Notice I tao cattle hides and all kind
of skins with hair for roles, or without
orl-ith-rr. See sample and prices in
J. II. Bartell's store.
11. Ol-ERCTT. Glen, Neh.
Mr. and Mrs. Andr-w Christian of
Kirtl-y, were down t' Harrison last S-i-day
to aSteni services at the Vi. E
Church. They were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Bartell at dinner.
Notice Any body wishing to buy met
al wheels will do well to call on or ad
dress Chas, Schilt Harrison Jfeb.
About two inches of the beautifnl
fll last Sunday night, making things
look quite wintery th n-xt morning.
The indications are that it will not re
Quite a serious wreck took place on
the North-Western roadeatof Chadrot)
last Monday morning alxiut daylight.
Fortunately no hodv was hurt. The
blame was said to be that the engineer
read his orders wrong.
Judge Kinkaid who has been hearing
the Irrigation cases at a term of court
held in i hadron for mof t two weeks,
holds that the courts have no jurisdic
tion over the irrigation cases, or until
after the irrigation board hive passed on
A photographer of Denver Colorado
arrived in town from the hill's country.
He has a new process of taking pictures
and in addition to that he goes directly
to your house and takes the negatives,
finishes and returns tlus Photos to
Quarterly meeting services were held
at the church last Friday, and on Sunday
pies.sed Sacrament of the Lord's supper
was adminstered to the members of the
church, and all others who felt worthy
topa'taka of the body and blood of the
Quite a number of children have
been kept out of school during the past
two weeks, because of what the parenU
supposed to be hooping cough. But Dr.
Phinney does not pronounce it hooping
cough but a kind of epidemic going about
among the children.
Jeff, has at last succeeded in landing
the house which he bought of Mrs. June
Smith on its foundation last Saturday
near the livery baro, where Mr. Hewitt
will have it repaired and made ready to
move Into at once. Jeff, experienced no
little difficulty in bringing it into town
from iu former site three miles south.
Among the pleasant callers at our
sanctum this week, was Mrs. F. M. Smith
of Five points, and while we enjoyed a
call from the lady very much, it was
rendered doubly interisting from the fact
of her having some very fine specimens
of ber own painting which was done for
eome parties at Ohadron, We emjoyed
th :-.!! 'ore 'iillb
I'; r s -!f)iiVrti ;.iirl t, ip'
. l u..!i tiw Mnuti t t!fj
!.ur. Ii Ut Sift!.iv. II- his I
! from II.- Uh'W of J...l.:i-I l.-ipter. Hi-I
t",,r,r' J--'"'" s-v rapt at'eniiou to u!l ,
tl-t "," '"v- "l'r M"l
, - . I . ,1.1 . T 1 -. ,
31 r- Ivrnyo, i Mvtm n,.jH'e, yo. ,
v XU a v. rv bad f t.r ';
for the p.it tw'u '.i. cuus.-.! hy Iwing
cut wiili a H.i:l.et knife. Ir. Phiniie3
as called to iiook after eht crippk-o!
iimb-r lat liaturl-iy, and res.iUit
dir.DH liiitlyat 1hiS tin.e.
Sam Ie. resilient chinamin of Iiea.l
woirfl, S. 1). was in Harrison ia-t Monday
un ImsiDSj ( one. t. d w ith 8.000 head of
sheep which he has j ust north of town,
and which In? !.s just hro.iget in from
Wyoming. Sun hasalwi.it i 0.000 head
I of s!.e.j of his own. He u one of the
j heavy stock men of 1 he n .rt - est. Mr.
j L-. 's f a1 lur it v s in nl Vj...l wlirr lw
I runs a cl lie-- s' -r-. ti- 'a.. r's all b -Islo
kdrift from !us n it.ve country.
I "LkTLH "1'ht hit'M) atn m t kt n f prov-
led t I aswitallerol the worst tvpe ;4s
i .. , , . ,
at least one of our men hauls . an lestif v. I
Tidings Trim 1'Uasni t Kidge.
1 1 i rr i 1 1 i .r I a i i ! . -S i i i i: - i I i .
'I't, y mag ii pl - -f Hi s v.c i ly ,i
l.-n lot Te-ieil rei. ntl . in c.i.h -nng
matches aa.l srn.-H.iig s. li ...Is.
R v. K -n l iil did not pr-a'rb the r.-k;ii-1
ir uptviiuted t urn o.v.ng U ih qnar't r
I iy mee'li; in H ti r'.Miii :u t Sui .iay . Th
i fii-xi ppotuuU'.-ut- wili N.v- 2i h.
t The hideous U. rk of the ciiy ales and
I wolves ish.-ar.,! .p.i!-ofivi of late. They
are Incoming m lame that, (buy have re
1 oently K en kti -vn to dis.turh the s;tce
of lb Wvt fcinB l,,:a fw
feet from the Uroyatd.
ischooi opticu ov. ctn at me rieaMot
Ridge school. A31r. Newlin was ailing
Mrs. N. began school and as she is an
old hand at the business we presurs all
is satisfactory. Olio.
Bo. Lire Doiijjrs.
Mr. and Mrs. liitiry Rase were visitors in
Ibis part of tin valley yesterday.
Mc ai d Mrs. Orewell have. moved
u tiir Homestead on Sh-p creek, Chan.
c-n-s ii.u alltr a load of houseitol-i
goods, Mr. and Mih, Ore well will 1
mi-vd but car loss Mill be Slieep ca-ek's
M:ss Lillie Zininx-niiau is visiting with
her sister Mrs. Dout of WarbonneL
Mr. I Pfost received the sad news
from Jackson county W. V. tnlri aunt
age.l To years and two cousins had been
murdered by a man w hom the old lady
had raised from childhood. The object
was robbery. Obrjekvejl
Lumps From Sugar Loaf.
,, Who sa w the big chief wield his totua
ha vk on that fatal day, Nov., 2nd ?oo
Ijody did; for neither he nor his braves
were there long enough to t-hoot off their
bazfw once, the only fight ing he did w as
lonir before election, and that -was done
in an underh inde i cowardly way as no
body hut a red-kin wuM do. Why
should not his braves 1 proud of him
and .iidnt they all turn out at their chief's
ca'i? They knew ha would need them:
and Kiv r's dog rmd run ytt a
little "faster he wi,nd !iav- caught 111.
rabbit. And "if the big chief ever faces
the 'little terror' jn a,Qoth;r bitk, he
will get some dirt on his eagle feathers.
Henry Cvey tiad the misfortune to
break one of his wagon wheels on the
road to Crawford aad-d with wheat.
Mr. Willi tins has finally struck water
drilling for Fred Leithotf.
Mr. anl Mrs, H. J. Rse were visding
Mr. and Sirs. Wcu Pliillipps Hucday.
Win. Phillips isgoing to I'rawfonl with
a fourhor.se load of wheat this week
These days etii like, winter was com
M. J. Gay hart is irointr to move part
of his cattle to Mr. II. ILb'iilos place for
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Henry Br, were
pleasant visitors at A Rhein's won San
day last. t,
Miss Tilhe '"liristensen who was em
ployed at Sylvan lake has returned home
for the winter.
We noticed that II. II. Waserhorir-r
is making bis house more comfortal
for the coming blizzards.
Mr. Theo. Pieckenhro -k went to Al
liance to work in the B. and M. car
John Wasserburrr went to ' hadron
looking for cattle that t raved away
from the herd he was running this Hum
mer. Miss Laura Reinders accompanied by
her youngest siMer lara went to ("raw
ford Miss Laura will work for Rev. E S,
Muenich Clara will attend school.
jgPQn account of the cam
paign, the woman's column
was discontinued or rather;
crowded out for the want of
-v - a a A 1 e
space, liut witn . tnm issue
we commenced its publication
t3T There will be a Grand
Ball given at the Court House
Thanksgiving Eve, Nov. 24th.
Good music will be furnish
ed for the occaion and a
good time ia guaranteed.
Everybody is invited to come,
and enjoy themselven.
G euroe Geblach,
Ii Hrrc mir l!i iimki Why urj
ilsou rdiniiM'nt JIum-
u 31 111.
U l.x.fcsas if the people and l.ii.in
nit-ii .f ur county, -cially Harrim
. . .
uL;lit to l fiitt-riri-irit; tiioiic.li for tlicir
vin it,t rsti to U iiil every cfort tuward j
try .r, to get a grist mill located h, re.
Who ili take tle lead in that direction.
Home indjt-lrv will huild up this coun
try atd it is our opinion that if a lonu
of five or six hundred dollars was raises!
for the purpote of assisting Home lirst
class miller to come here and hx-ate and
build a mill it would be to our lasting
No doubt but there is 30.000 bust els
of wheat eaised in Sioux county at any
ra'e adj.icei t to our town, audtal, no
uoub' vi onld lie increase I to twice that
amount if iroi home tucket was es
lablis .e l h- re in 1 lams. n. ! i. JoCRS
AL ands i- dy t h- lo i a' .. . i'
can 1o ge' a ml I si.t teil lo our t- ai.;
what will. mr ct . ns d ? Why would
not a good triht mill pay at Harrison.
I here i itnp-iried into this ton troni
outside points, from e'trht t ten cars of
, . . ,, , ., , ,
1 onr .tor ng ea . h-s' ts corn-
meal, bran and shorts, also g-jt-lc wheal
Hour, -. I itog .iu ul Inn.ilivds of
i. s ,. Is ol . Ii.a' taken 1o 'he nearest
ii. ii - to le- i;r -'.ul op t'-r ill- fiiuiers
n it's supply. To n It w. ui.) have a
' lend- ". V I
so.v ii. r rniKZ
, w er- utrr I..
h ai. mark-J
t . . . r- a
v, .. .. , The I
d.-r' v. .1 .Tiiild t
courag.- th- f irm-rs to
f wheat at d rye if Ihev
would haven rili nei;t
t w hjI.1 Ik- -n.-licll !
i : o.v on? y .n n.:in I
y nr.. p'-- i V'f
. , as n-e vi-v th. ones s
tion to increase ' h-- tra ie 1 I our ha ul
merchants at tesst 25 per cent and next;
m importance it would keep Mw money
at home, that otherwise would go out
of the country.
KusIitIHc School Programme
Xor. 2ith. 1N07.
How can Teachers Best Interest Pa
trons in tle school?
Johm F. 'VTtRAN, Gordon
Discussion K. H. Watsos, Valentine
10W What can Patrons Reasonably
1 Vn'and of Teachers?
I,!i.i,l.t! U. SPOMF.It, Valcoiine.
A. R JrLi, ""hadron.
Mrs. Paiikf-S, Rushville.
M RO.ARrr MOROAV, ("hadron.
11:00 The American Elucalional Ri;
vival. V.'rsiFRED C.'PAdes, Chadron.
Disc ussion -
AJfv F. Neelakd, Hemingford.
12 0 I.NTERMFSfon.
Child study W. R. BiPEns, Alliance.
Discowion Fred Ditf. Rushvillo.
2:30 F.t hies in tli rv-hnol Room.
MAY HoPPTO, Hay Springs.
I")iwiission Jean Coax, Alliance,
El-KABETnO "IJ"N, Chadron.
3:30 Seh'tnl Influence which IVvelop
the Pupil, Exclusive of Text B"ok,
C. C. WnJlAKPfX, "ra ford
rtisc.iwirtn W. C. nin.UPS, Chaxlcon.
A-M BreitEs's SBSSI05.
75 - VcT'C.
Mrs. R, II. Wat!, Valentine.
ItA'TKM.mGFa E. MacLp.'.
Edited by - Mrs. Geo. I). ( anon.
Short articles from
county are solicited.
the iadiea of ioux
Your Writing I)t-uote3
Girls in society like to know a little
of th- myst.c art of fortune telimg and
chara. ler readiiiii. Formerly this u.d
to te done with car is. then came grace
ful divinations, with the grounds l-(t in
a teacup, and a year or twtiago palinis'ry
litrrtllv trained the upper band. At pre
sent the lats: fad is liraptioiogy.
'it ord r to I- able to do tins, nu miiRt
utnl. rstaod where, and how, to find these
p. .mis or t raits of charade. . and this is
tne nuriMis of 'h following pani-'rapiis.
The quality of nffe. tion or leiid-'iiess
of nat ore on .if the easiest to de'et.
mine It pie tits itself to the ee ot the
uraph d 'if.st in a handwriting slopinirto
th r ,ir:,t, and ith somewhat rounded
M ist nfl'. tionute people ore verysermi
live, s . nensitiveness is als. indu attd by
a hl'.ping hond ritinif.
Ail swmiuve natures, however are not
tei d r T affect lonnte, hen this is so the
bao.l ritiiii; would Mill he tdopinif, but
the curves would become angular iiisteHd
("ont:nned next week.
Whore did the Word Wife Origin
ate. "What do you think the beautiful
word" wif' comes from?. It is the great
word in which the English an l Latin lan
guages conquered the French and Greek.
I hope the French will some day get a
word for it instead of that of fetmne,
But what do jou tiiink it comes from?
The great value of the Saxon words is
that they mean something. Wife means
(weaver'. You must be either housewives
or house-moths, remember that. In the
deep xcn.se, you must either weave men's
fortunes and embroier them, or feed upon
and bring them to decay. Wherever a
true wife comes, home is always around
her. ,Tbe stars may be over her head,
the glow-worm in the night's cold grass
may be the fire at her feet; but home is
where she is, and for a noble woman it
stretches far around ber, better than
houses ceiled with cedar, or painted with
vermilion, shed ping its quiet light for
those who else are homeless. This, I be
lieve, is the woman' true place and
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE-
LEWIS GERLACIi. IV-
WE SELL THE Also, We handle a full line of
American Hand-Sewed Shoe Co's
JnsTTRTi riiaorTnssB3r A '.'.
Iam Apervt for the world famed McjKORMICK BIND
ERS and MOWERS. I keep on hand all the time a full
line of supplies for tlicae machine?.
Last but not Least.
When you are Imdly in need of the only
sold in Sioux Countv. call on me.
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES, I ALSO IIANDLK
' Flour esic! Feed of aS! ki
at my harness shop.
Third Building West of J. H. Kartell's Grocery fctonv
EGGLT.T K0IIWKR, rhetor. '
srTrr rx rfww CI A TC
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