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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1898)
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t)'i L DIRECTORY.
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; LieuU'iinut (iovi-rnol
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U Justice, Columuu
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; County Ja!y
I ibUt Instructiyn
1 : S!i.;ritr
1 . CoroneV
I f District court
j mnty Attorney
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j Prompt .attention given to all legs!
j m.r.tcrs in Jtstii e, ( ounlv anl 1 i-t rijt
-; Courts miJ U-fore the United State
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fire lni.ara.nce written in reliable
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t i," Leg1 papers carefully drawn.
llAKIUi.'.;, - NEBRASKA.
J. E. PlilNNEY, M. D.
l'lirisciaa and Surs-onn.
Ail calls ffiven jir m ) t i.t.'-ulum.
tiaice in Iru;; store.
-iiAMttsos - xrim.vsrjA.
A. T. CLARK,
f:i?H'i': in l!ii' Kiirtj-ttriii ;:'il!t;i.ifc,
HARRiGON, - - - NEC.
II .iii:- ucle TJn'Rd, lies
i'.nd Ci'ikt; kcjit com-
tantly on luind.
wrvt'fl every Saturday.
Prices to suit every Inxly.
.Mrs. A. E. FRANCIS.
from Hit Harrison !Ione.
COr.TE TO THE
mm m a nrnrr
u y s, 2 2 1
JOB WORK I Stationary.
NOTICE TO SETTI.
T!ie rw!..-sof tin- !-;,
rw-witly i-wn amended so ;
to niak.j limit pnot ;.!; I wtt
s' Hit is
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ulli.slicr lu'lure scirLn 1a ui.-ir :ipf.!i.- i
ii'Ml. All parties, di-.i H!- t,, li.nky l.tj;:I
(rijof fan liavu tliiir j.ajn. rs ui;! lc,ou; at
I'lli: Jtil !:NAI. oili. e, hv.: of 1 !, sr.,.. :1.t;i
iroiii(.t!v traiisiniiicd to tiiu land oihee
so liiiit mi time will I I,, ,;..
Trie.-, uuil I'iaiits.
Uoiifiral Aor'iincnt of Xikmtj Strx-k.
I'ci' vaiio'ios for .Vri)r;p.ka.
Millions cif Sirattlitrry and lti.-j.be rry
I'l.tiits at uliole-alt: ami n-lail. ;ur
plants have lieen irrigated v.i.eu needing
it tliereCoi-ri very llir.lty iii:.,.'.Ke p rootU.
I xyi.iv tn i, -t n.-.ir hoine pi'evi niiri !o--
I by ilulav and -avinxr extra Irt-hjit 01 ex-
press from eastern yoltits.
V rite lor price li,t to
XUKTiJ- MKD TNTTRSKKTES,
Sard liend. Jjodxe Co., Nc
riT The undt-si.trned will
rent her farm in .Varl)onne
precinct, V) itiiles north-wesl
of iiarrmm, at the head of
Monroe creek. I would like
to lease the farm for four
Mhs. William Nokkisch.
:?r-Dr.. Riser the orulW
of Lincoln will acrain make
one' of his regular visits at
Harrison, Neb., April 15 and
10. Those wishing to see
him in regard to spertaHes
anol t.ye glasses should call
early as the doctors time is
limited. Otiice at the 1 larri-
AnvliOdv wishinL' aruu
w f, - r-j r-,....
seed corniKing of the Black
IlilLsx aii see a sample at Eg
gert Rohwer's harness shop.
This corn was raised on the
devide north of Crawford.
Laney Sutton ha been on the horse
trade this week.
. Old paper fyr sale at this office Ocper
Wanted Five hundred readers to tub
scribe for the Jocr.n ai. one year at one
dollar jr year.
Mr. and Mm. (Jruel of Fist Springs,
were in town doing some trading Tues
day and Monday of tbia week.
Notl I tan cattle hides and all kind
of skins with hair for robes, or without
or leather. See sample and price3 in
J. II. Kartell's store.
II. Ol HRICHT. Cilen, Neb.
CI. W. Hester will doubtless shi: in
a couple of cars of cattle in a week or
ten days. ' .
0. W. H'-'slr closed out the rest of
hi cuttle recently bought at Sioux City
twCbrin Cbristain ot Kirtley.
Grandpa Wright, was the papular
candidate ou the village ticket ytster
MrH Bfowfl of ArJruore was in town
luxt Monday ,'teltfing up the linal cccoui,t
wit ttdministratiij of her dec as 1 J)-is-
Call for ConiiiiUxiiiiMTs' rifclinfr.
Tiie board of county cniumissioners of
Sioux county, Nelrn-ka, are herelr
called to meet at the ol'ice of the coun
ty clerk, at Harrison, Nebraska, on
Wednesd ay April l:;h, 1!. at lo'clocj:
p. ni., for the purpose of ilrawin? a Jury
to serve at the May, l1-'.' term of tSjJ
District Court and the transaction of
ordinary county business.
M. J. Hlkwiht,
Tu.i ..;n i. 1 i
..... ik; rjei iai iea neiaj
examnitation held at the oll'icu of the
Co. Supt April J.
K;. ::e Mhkkiam
Co. Sl it.
Herman Ilibbelnof Hod.irc will vit
this issue liecome a reader of the JoniN
AL in future.
Quite a severe blizzard visited this
section of the country on last Sunday
afit rnoon and evening.
-As;!n.d Orion of Ito-larc was in
town yesterday. He is not so sure yet
that In; will move to South IXaUota.
F. I!. Snyder was in from Sheep
ji r.;' k(.ii hurtme-s yesterday U-sides he
j was anxious to hyar.abont how tl.e war
, was progressing:.
e-Tj oouy uas open mterestetl m
the war new from WanhioKton, since
the Maine report was delivered into the
hands of the president.
Virgil Jlester left last night for
Sioux city, or some other point where
he ran buy anpther Jot of cattle which
he will ship to Sioux county.
Mrs. L. A. Mint d Sturis, S. I), was
on our streets Monday solicitinir student?
fur the summer art. school at that place.
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ch convents viicre June V, to July
A little bir.1 cw ovtr the JoefiNAL
oliice this week and anjin -ed us of the
fa.'t that B. K. Brewster of Boston, pre
sid, nt of our Harrison bank, will lie
married in Juna. Cood for i. K. B.
' Certainly the republicans do not
exjiect us to run a pa;;r along politicial
lines to suit, them? Ve are now and
always have l?n in favor of politicia!
!i-;r:es ar;! vidua's liejievein" just as
i.OKN To Mr. and M;v J Srcun i:
last nitrht a girl. All are o.jing vxell es
pecially Burt and he is handing out the
lavana's to the boy. The -n.,il-pus!,er
oi I n jotgtN.M, enjoyed a hearty
over t.lii new arrival.
Jo Phillips, brother of Will and Frank
enlisted last week in the regular govern
ment axillary service at: Ft. Kobinson
and tiie n'-xt day lie was sent t Ft.
Jacksan Florida, where' he uiy have
an opportunity to smell powder.
Mr. an I Mrs. Jo.!i Brelty of Ard
more. lo.-t thvir cight-months-ol.l child
at Crawford I ist Saturday night, where
ti.ey had takc-n the little one for tr. - at -
mem. llie l.alie was
it.h. ted with
w hooping trough, wiiich w as the immedi
ate cause of itsdeatli.
Following is '.lie village ticket elected
J esterday to serve for one year on the
,J. E. Marsteller,
W. O. Patterson,
J. L. Stratum,
J- II- Kartell.
The election yesterday was quite
spirited from the fact that the new
board would be called on to Kay whether
it should be a wet or dry board. The
probability is that the new Ixiard will re
fu:se to issue license the coming year.
J. A. Simpson, state examiner came
up from Lincoln last Thursday to ( heck
up county Treasurer -3iehle, Hinee his
inducttiijn into olllce. Mr. Simpson
says the Jxxkx of the office are in excel
lent condition, better than in most coun
ties over tba district which he has charge
Next Sabbath commemorates the
day when the crucified Savior and
Redeemer broke the bonds of death and
ascended to his fathers throne in the
Heavens, where he ever Jiveth to make
intersission for us, with grmning which
can not lie uttered. How many will
think seriously on that day.
There were three different tickets
in the Held being voted for by the citi
zen voters of our Village yesterday.
The following are the three tickets:
J. E. Marsleller, E. Rohwer,
James Wright, J. L. Stratton.
T. O. Williams.
J. E. MHr'sudler, J. II. Bartell,
Eu'gert Rohwer, J. J..' Stratton.
Third ticket. .
Jimes Wright. W. O. PttPMofi,
J. L. Stratton, J. W. Sherill.
I will offer at pub
lic Auction at my,
k residence in War-j
fbonnet precinct, 6
of Harrison, on
April 18, 1898, the
ed personal poper
ft Cows, with calf,
2 Mares u foal
1 . Grass mcwer
1 Dozzen Chickns.;
i Goods. i
MRS. WLLIAM NOREISCH.!
-Next Sunday will Ihj K?aster Suu-
A. W. Nickelson and his s;ster were
in town yesterday.
lieftd Mr, b'oreisx h's Kale notice also
I aliut renting her land.
After a little Harrison will rival
Chicago or New York in its may move
itif,'. County surveyor Thomas went west
on last Tuesday noon to do some oliiciul
Mrs. Eli Smith of Bodarc precinct
was aim.iih' our Very pleasant callers
Vi'. II. J&vis will rent the rooms
now occupied by Mr. Tebbet and family
soon as the latter vacates.
Mr. Bow ker tried his hand at engine
ering last week, and so far as the Jurn
xai. scribe heard, he made a first class
liulf Coffee was among: the dislin
t'uivhed visitors who graced our streets
with his ever welcome presence today.
Buff's MULES came too.
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pleasant caller at this ofhee on last
Air. juiin iJ-ino oi Aramoro was a
urdav and renewed his devotion to the
J'ii'H.Vii Come again friend John,
when in town.
Mr. Henry Lindeman and family
expecta to leave Sioux county next week
for Crawford; where he will engage in
the hotd businetj.. IVel! our los is
I'awes County's gain.
On last Tuesday Mr. John Marsttller
i.O'K luded a ileal, which puts yn!on
Moravek in ivm ssmn ot tbe protierty
now occupied by ye editors family.
!",(b rat ion beirt; ?l?a.(;'l.
J ues'; ay lour.. a,,; a txaue'i
r looiher on-'
child ara doing nicely, and Char!
! v'" abnioxt i".V '"dy would ! d!igbtd
to lw caileil papa to a sweet little
J. B. Bur.i' returned from (Jerrinj.
Wvo., on last Sattirdav and if he can
arrange matters satisfactory he w ill tab- i
his lamilj hence in the near future. !
Mr. B. thinks the country there lookt j
(Irandmn Klino was arm mg tie; mosf
welcome visitors who graced this (dlieii
with b.-r Venerable presence iluriri" tl.,.'
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. ..v i.iiiiu m noon a;l.
j 1)ra,,. ,r (.!,.!, ,lrt1(!:iv . is HH ..,rv
and nimble as many young gins. Well
vh a iv always glad to have jou com
The Cbadron Ib-i order seems to hav
a rocky road to travel these davs. Wei
iiad hoped ti.at. Jiros. T.iylur & Kendal
had so adjusted their linancial trouble
that they would have no more of it
in the future. It will no doubt give all j i1 ,!'- ' bief cause of bladder troub
the newspaj r boys of the North-west ' l' H.. tlii troiub, like the bladder, was
Nebraska great pleasure to hear soon ! created for oi.e purpoK, and if not dm tor
that the Recorder will lie able to tiiake!'' t(0 much is not liable to weakness or
its aparance again. The bovn were do-! d:ease, except, in niro cases. It, is fitua-
ing valiant services for the reform forces
and the three parties can not afford to
dispense with their good work.
"White River IJrco.os.
Y. 11. White will move on the Mo
Kane place this week; and Mr. Weber
will move on the Klien farm.
Judging from the noise we hear; the
Olen troops ruust be drilling at nigl.t.we
hor,e they will become experU; as we
believe the Casliliun dynasty will qxxake
even to its foundations, If this regiment
ever enters the field.
Mrs. Fred Mason expects to leave for
her old home in Iowa, on April the Ttli,
for an extended isit of several wefks.
I II. Bodish expects to locate on
Running Water in the near future.
Boihirc hniipeni iiih.
Mr. Fred liunga expects to leive for
Montana this week,
Joe Montgomery will move his reni
dence Thursdiiy to n highergr.xund as the
Creek sometimes over llowi it-j hnuk',.
Mr. Buir (,ff a,j fum.jy arrived
home last Frida y,
Mrs. EliSniith an ! vii Don wem hi
Here We Are Again.
500 pairs of shoes of the latest styles.
The above is an addition to our already lareand
oinjilcte stock of hoots and shoes now on hand.
e have the largest
.orth- est Nebraska,
Competion and are sure
OUR STOCK OF GENERAL MEKOIIANDISF
IS STILL THE LARGEST AND THE
BEST IN HARBISON. CALL
SNT) SEE US AND SAVE
M a rs teller Broth e r .
j'- .'i t.'.i:njf our
Montnise ( lipiiins.
The weather still keeja, wet and
yuite a numU-r of th: farmers com
menced sec-din;; last we:k.
iV. M. Oa; hart moved hi family from
Ed(.-eniont last Saturday.
John Was.-orhurer is stayin;.; with
E. Hollinswortli of Pleasant Ridge.
H. Wasscrburtrer has purchased bay
from Sliaf. rw, and Hall has been busy
liauluir the Ust week.
A ridrew Wass-rbure;or got some seed
grain at Shaffers last week.
Services w ill lie held at the Montrose
church the 7lh. Mil, S"th, also Feaster
Sunday lit v. Father Mumach nlliciat-
M .m ! Mil i'iui.i.iU were vit.lois
at O. A. (iaitou'.s Friday.
Iw Wdsi.ii Passed through our
la-slie crane and tin Sl.Slery Ib-os.
were caller's at II. T. M, rria.ni'. Tii.ir.v-
Miss Els'? Merriani is vtsitin liar fat
her lies we!;.
Mr. H. I.. Keel is under Br. Phiimcys
carx :.t pie-ent. Iv-liu.
One of Two WaYs.
The bladder was created for o:c; pnr-t-f.
namely, a receptacle for t'm urine,
u.d as such it is n it h ilih; to any form
, 'U nisi ae except t.y one of to wavs.
i l'he lirs' iv iv is from iuitier 'ct. n;-! ion of
iu kid in.-vs. Tie! seeuiiil way is Iroui
l re less lo'-ai treatment of other d.s -a ;-.
Unhealthy urine from unhealthy Ul'l-
U(i ba. k of and very close to the bladdej
therefore any pain, disease or inconveni
em manifested in the kidneys, back,
bladder or urinary ).assage is ofien, by
mistake, attributed to female weakness
or womb trouble of some sort. The error
i easily made and may be as easily avoid
ed. To find out correctly, set your urine
aside for twenty four hours; a sediment
or settling indicates kidney or bladder
trouble. The mild and the extraordinary
effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the
great kidney, and bladder remedy is soon
realized. If you need a medicine you
should have the best. At druggists fifty
cents and one dollar. You may have n
sample bottle and pamphlet, both went
free by mail, upon receipt of three two
cent stamps to cover cost of postnge on
the bottle. Mention the Siot x (ot'XTV
Joints a I. and send your nddress to Ixr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton N. Y. The
proprietors of this piier gurantee the
genuineness of Ibis oiler.
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assortment ever shown in
and as to nrices we DEFY
to suit all who come
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TO BK II KID AT
SIOUX CO., XEBR.
JENIO 13, TO AUGUST (,
EIGHT WEEKS' SESSION.
Tuition Seventy-five Cents per Wvi t.
No extra charge for examination or
ourse of st iidy will include nri'v !ho-
ci- ! s re in. red hv law !or u hrt
gr.e.ie cert at.-.
A ;.:nie o! I) per cent in each of tln
'.bird gr.ei-: biai.ct.es will tj reipiired fur
a t.iiiid gia.ie ci-rlilicnte.
y ;..rad; of t;'.i p. r cer.t in each of tbo
coud grad! branches, aial ill' biding tbo
third gnul- I rale I.e.. dl be reipnrcd
for a ci, ml grade c rtil.cate,
A grade of '. () M-r cent w.ll be required
in each of (lei best gr.id.; blanches, and
j iiiclud.ng -c!.-.i.l :tnd thin) grade b micli.
es. I it a li.r-t gr.-rle i er!ilb-nte.
j No on,; w ill tve. ie a mai kiiig of 1110
i (er i ent many Iritnij of study. Oulv
I a sp -'iabst has a right to so high i
! .1, W. Smith -Or awing.
i J .blf; It. i!!V - Botany, liool;-
!'. p;ug Ant hiiietic. Physa;-, Algebra,
j ai.e! r.V.
i sin i i:i: MnaitAM.-Eleinetits of
;ivluci' oii. Ilisiory an. I Pheto.-ic, ()r
. thognii hv mid R.-adiug, ( .lmm.ir. Civil
;(lov., PiiVMologv, an 1 llygieii-, t.eo-
I'.boiu ids of Education, written by
J. '. S.ivlar. to be read Joiia l".
BoTik la-eping written by Harry K,
Wilson. tr ,e r-nil Juiie .'l.
P.,. (any, written by Prof Ikssoy, to Imj
read July 1.
Pnjier, Kabiect selected, yV. J. Balx:ock
to lie read July M,
Our country " Hope, Prof John R.
Cray July la,
There will lie a teachers social July 2'.
Teachers are requested to come prepar
ed to give a litter ary program Aug 5.
Examination Aug 1 and 0.
1 hope everyone, residing in Sioux
county, will manifest their interests in
the cause of eduoatioh, by their atten
dance nt this Iustitute, or by visiting
at least rnie day. A special invitation
is extended to memWs of a school-board
to come and visit us, end encounige the
teachers to greater effort than ever lie.
fore, by showing an appreciation of their
efforts in giving them their hearty gut),
port. J '
It Is only rltflit and just, that the
teachers, who upend their time and
money each year that they mav m bet
ter pre a red themselves for their work
in the school-room, should have a first
choice in ourputdic schools.
However the sol cti'm nnd rtid of right,
education is not, jtist to tann school.
The true nun of r'bt c duration Is ft
assist in the development of all the men
tal and physicial powers. The rnii nf
riijhl education i the comp!rf develnp
tnentof thoeo fwiwera, I hopo to meet
many others at thin lnstituli beside
tlioso who expe:t to tench school.
Vihitur1jpiill receive n h'urty wij
J. II. Bartell. ' :
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