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Tilt S.OUS COUNTY
Tuck-spay, May. 2ttUi. IVJ".
IJeo. 1). "anon, Editor anil I'rop, :
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F. E. M. V. IL E. i.i the Ut
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lK.viviK:) Axn iiut -ii:iSi,
A map of the
BurllKKton Route is three let
" -aide by four long; is printed
in bovfu colors; is mounted on
rollers ; shown every xtat,
county, important town anil
afflCjjstjSrailroaa In the 1 nioii, ana
ornu a very rtesiraoie ami
adjunct to any bouse-
eSS'Jj''";J. srfiolil or &ulnessestttDUminv
iJAs.y-;j:g iurclssMl In l-.ir; quanti
ties, tlie maps cost Burlington
Haute more than fifteen cent
each, but on receipt of that
amount in stamp the under
, signed will be pleaded to send
Write Immediately, as the
supply is limited.
J. Fkaxcis, Gen'l Fttis'r Ant, Omaha, Seb.
SHas A. noleomb Governor
James E. Harris Lien tenant Governoi
"Vf. I'. Porter Secretary of Stsitc
John F. Cornell Auditor
,J. B. Meserve Treasurer
C. J. Smyth Attorney General
J. V. Wolfe Lund CommisIonei
W. K. Jatkson Supt. Public Infraction
CONGEESSIOSAL DELEGATION :
John M. Thurston U. 9. Senator. Omaha
Win. V. Allen V. S. Senator, Madison
-J. B. Strode, Congressman 1st Wat., Lincoln
J). II. Mercer,
W. L. Stark,
K. 0. Sutherland,
W. L. Green,
J. J. STHvan Chief Justice, Columbus
T. O. C. Harrison ..As'ta Jwlgf, Grand Island
T. L. Korral AswocIkU: Judge, Sevrard
X. A. Campbell-. Clerk and Reporter, Lincoln
FIFTEENTH JCJDICIAL DI.5TK1CT:
:M. P. Kinkaid Judge, O'Neill
W. H. Weetover ' Kusbvllie
M. J. Blewutt Clerk, Harrison
TEKM3 OF COCETt
District Court, At liarraou, coniiaenes
'Spring term May th,
i'all Sept mil Jury l!Hh.
bounty Court, At Harrison, commences
first Honday of each mouth.
Otto Mutz.. Senator, Dist. Ko. 14, Bpringrriew
A. E. f.eilon. Dint So. 53, Ubadron
Kobert Wilson .County Judge
"M. J. Blvptt . Clerk
'bas. Eieble Treairer
3:ii.ie Merriaui Supt. I'uhlicliiiitruetion
Thou Holly Sheriff
J. E. Phinncy Coroner
B. F. Tboniss Purveyor
ii. J. 3Heett Cterii of i-iti-i i-t ' -jurt
tirant Uutitrlt?.. tVwty Attorney
BOARU Ol? COMMIASIO.NEKS:
Jens C. Men(f -lut l)iiriet
Andrew J'rocuuler M "
Jaeksou llelUen(Chairmau) 5d "
E. V. Pontius (chairman) Trustee
X. II. Uriswod . ...
W. It. Miiruteller
K. Rohwcr ... .
VV. II. Davis Clerk
Lewis Gerlach .... ... Treasurer
Kggort Rohwer Director
B. L. lirnuck Moderator
Ivcwis Gerlach ........ ..TreiiHurer
CIICKCTIES AND SfXJIETIES.
Methotltst Sunday School meets every Sun
-Uy morulntf at 10KIO
W.H. Divis, MI68 B KTOI.L,
' Regular trtiainoss meetlnn first Tuesday
evening la ettcb month.
O. Kexdall, President.
Devotional meeting every Sunday evening
p i:io. Al its. Kkn da Lt, leader.
' HnU each Suuday al 'tornoon nt 2 "A
Mas. Ki KiULU, Supt.
JERUY TtVnK POST, So. .W" tt. A. B.
Jloets neeoiid Mondy In each month tn
the court house at Harrison,
E. K. Livermore, Com.
WOOPMEW OK THE WORLD.
Harrison Camp, No. W, meets on each al
torwita WwliMMstay (Vflulns;.
W. 11. DVIi, . J.A.Uxm,
Clrk. . Con. Com.
UOPtXH WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Hmt Mali J ornate Mwtnnluy nvcnln;
u-oinek. J. W ..Smith. V. C
. WW Clork.
Prompt attention pi vim to all legal
matters in Justice, County anil L'i.-trict
Courts, ami before the United State?
Fire Insurance written ia reliable
jn i ; .unites.
Fj-T-Local pat-tre carefully drawn.
J. E. PIIIXXEY, M. D.
I'l5)t''aa and Surgetm.
Ail calls aiveu jjri'inpt altent-un.
CKilce i:i Urn;; - tor.'.
-HARrtl36S - SE8KASKA.
A. T. CLARK,
Office: in the UicbsUdn Uuii'tiag,
COME TO THE
JOB WORK 3 Stationary.
NOTICE TO SETTLERS.
The rules of the local land of'ice have
re;eDt ly been amended so that tsettlers
lo make final proof fchall settle with the
publisher before sending in their applica
tion. Alt parties desiring to maue unai
proof can have their paper made out at
IHE Jocusal otuce, treo of clwrfje, fnu
promptly transmittetJ to ttie laud ottice
so that no time will 1 lost.
ZZT Car-load of wire jurt
r ecei ved. A n y bod y wishing
to buy wire and wind mills
call onG. W. Hkstkiu
For the next 30 days
I will sell at corf my entire
Flock of paddles and har
ness. EoGEBT UOHWEE.
Notice I tan cattle hides and all kind
of skins with hair for robes, or without
or leather. See sample and prices in
J. IL Bartell's store.
IL Qi.Eiucirr, Gleo, Neb.
Local news is a scarce article this
Go to Egbert Rower's if you wish
to buy cheap harness and saddles.
Burt Dew reports his mother-in-law
lira. Myers as being vary wck.
Grant Guthrie is busy this week dig
gins' a storm cave near bis house.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Christian of Pleasant
Ridge spent yesterday in Ilarnsoo, 00
Jeff Hewitt, John Davis, and Burt
Smuck, were branding their catliu Tues
day and Wednesday.
Mrs. jI. J. Dlewett, returned frotn
Crawford yesterday where ishe has been
since a week ago today.
The rain commenced last evening
about 8 o'clock, kept it up at least half
the night and is fctill at it.
George Gerlach now sports a bicycle
which he traded for with Mr. Goou-ion
Lacy last week, Georpe is catting to be
a crack rider for such short practice.
There will be mass at the court
house on May 20th at 10 a. m. sharp.
All will be given the last opportunity
this year of rierfortninL' their Easter
Mr. and Mrs. Perry White and the
children went to Crawford on last Thurs
day evening and returned on the west
bound flyer Saturday, They went to
see the circus but were disapointed.
Chas. F, Coffee was among our vis
itors from out of town on last Tuesday
It seems quite natural to see him in
Harrison after several months spent in
Dawes county, does it not Charley?
Mrs. Henry Lindernau of Crawford
came up from the barracks city with
her son-in-law last Monday noon and has
since that time been assisting Mrs, E. J.
Wilcox in getting her new home here in
Harrison fixed up for accupation.
Geo. Toole, who left here in com
pany with Dur.,Hamlin last fall, with a
bunch of horses for the latters new home
in Iowa, returned to Harrison from the
South-eastern part of this state. George
is undecided as to how long be will stay
in Sioux County.
E. F. Troeger cousin of Mrs. R. E,
Livermore arrived from Wichita Kans.,
last Monday evening ,Mr. Troeger's home
is in reality at Chicago but he has been
to Kansas to sea his parents who live
there. He expects to go up the road
to f.hear sheep in a day or two and after
the shearing season is over will return to
On last Friday evening a large num
ber of the young friends of Miss Georgia
Sherill assembled at the home of that
young lady, viz, the North-Western
hotel awl after games of various kinds
were pnrticiated in by the guests for an
hoiir or two; the hostess regaled the
inner man with a most bountiful supply
1 1 1 is 1 1
of icecream aa cake.
tiivcipjii lAio,ltion ut
1 t tt Nov, 1st
From Harrison every day (Sunday
excepted) from June 1st to October 15th
ISM at ",20 for round trip good for
return until Nov. 15tb,
From Harrison every day (Sundays
excepted) from Jurie 1st to October COih
good for return 30 ilays from date of sale
For the craning exorcists on May 30th
round trip tickets will be sold good for
rtf-ira Juius Clii at our fare viz $1-1. .M.
E. F. Poiitius aut.
NOTICE A. Orton of Bodarc precinct
has opened a blacksmith shop on Judge
Hunters old place. Patronage kindly
For correct information be sure you
read the Jocksau
People are busy these days hauling
awav their manure piles, per inslruc
tio.i. M. J. PU-wett wont to Crawford last
Saturday aui returned home Monday
Mr. I). II. Gri.swold and family spent
Sunday at least part of the day in the
Mr. E,rgi'rt Rohwer has moved liis
family into the cottage owned by Mr.
Neeee on the Boulevard.
Mrs. E. J. Wilcox of Warbonnet is
now a resident of llarris'.n having mov
ed into town on last Saturday.
Hon. JL J. Gayhart of Montrose was
among our visitors tha first of this week,
uniting business with pleasure.
The blacksmith shop of J. L. Strat
on, and the ware hoiif-e being put up by
G. W. Hester being finished quite rap
idly. Mike Bruck returned from Crawford
last Monday where it is said tie offered
his services to Uncle Samuel as all
C. A. Puddy of Glen went wtht to
Keyline last MomUy where he will be
engaged in shearing bheep for a month
or six wet-ks,
What is the matter of Irving to raise
a company of national guard soldiers in
Sioux county. I there any patriotism
in this county?
Mr. Phil Dunn of Warbonnet was in
our midst on last Tuesday anxious as
usual to flud out the litest war news,
which the Journal is always fdad to
For ail important news, war and
otherwise le sure you read the Siorx
COCXTT JoniSAL, it is the official paper
of Sioux county and it gives the news in
. Mr. C P. Canon accompanied by
Mrs. Geo. D. spent a very pleasant
hour with grandma Wright on last
Sabbath afternoon; ami were very much
edified at her pa'ient stifferin.t.
II. IL UasscI while in Harrison Mon
day mauV his regular a!l at, tha J "t"R-
ofTW Mr. Ti'' "1 tlin-r "'1 If"1
taxt's for the Arnliv.. s Towiwile company
wbi'-li were back about four years.
Sheriff Holly and family returned
from Hat cr'-k valley last Sunday where
they luva l?n visitin; tor almost a
week, as well as official busings which
Tom had to lock afl?r whi'u there.
Walter Kent, of Alliance, was in
town Tuesday making application fur
the Village school. Mr. Kent holds a
first gratV ccrtiflcato received from the
Superiiite ndetit of Sheridan county and
of course is qualified to teach any count
ry school in the Mate.
Theodore IVkenbrock who 1m len
working at IJcalwood for the pat two or
tiireo months returned to his liotne in
the valley last Saturday and on Monday
he took the train at this place for Pine
liidge agency where he goes to work ut
his trade that of carpenter on govern
Tin second annual meeting of the
Elkhorn valley editorial association will
tie held at O'Neill of Saturday June
Judge Edgar Howard editor of the
Papillion Times and .President of the
State Press association also Doc Bixby
of the Lincoln State Jonrnal have prom
ised to attend.
Through an oversight we neglected
to run the name of Esrgert Rohwer to
his local in the special local column
last week which was to inform the public
he was selling out his entire stock of
harness and saddles at cost. 80 please
keep In mind that it was Eggert Rohwer,
and call and see what be can sell in the
way of harness and saddles at cost.
J. W. Earnest of Running Water
dropped into our sanctum last Monday
afternoon and informed the quill pusher
that he and family together with the
families of M. J. Welier and C. A. Puddy
neighbors and the school mistress of the
district in that neighborhood of Gleo,
were visitors at W. 8. Johnsons last
Sunday, were all treated to a dinner of
One trout and carpe fish which were
aught in Mr. Johnsons ponds right
at home. Of course Mr. Earnest did not
mean to Infer that fish was all that was
served up to the guests at Mr. Johnson's
but other delicious viands were served up
in bountiful profusion. Altogether Mr.
Ernest declared lie had not sint as
pleasant a days visit in -many year,
b des he (speaks volumes of pratoe in
behiijf of the host and hostess. ,
1 b w was the rircu? Was it good?
It looks good to jo water Handing
in our streets.
Hioe w ho went to Crasvford to at.
tend the circus last Friday were fooled
once in their lives.
What are the town honn doing to
ward getting the wind-mill put up for:
pumping water for the village? , j
Last Sjn.ljy was tha first nice j
warm sunshiny day for the past twoj
weeks. The grass certainly made rapid
growth for one day.
Sam Seaman rame down from Hat
creek basin last Sunday on business Mr.
S. report stacfc doio nicely up in his
part uf the country.
Some of our citizens claim, not for
years has Sioux county lxen blessed
with so much rain at thi3 t;fne of the
year as we had last week.
P.. W. Mernamof Millagevillo" Ills,
brother to James and Elsie arrived here
lakt Saturday noon to see bis fattier who
was dead and hurried before he coukl get
here. Mr. Merriam was very much sur
prised and di.siipoiotisl to learn that he
liad come to late to pay the last loving
resjject lo bis father.
G. A. It. Services.
G. A. R. memorial services v. ill be
field at the M. E. church next Sunday at
11 o'clock. Ruv. J. L. Kendall will
preach the memorial sermon after which
the decorating exercises will follow at
once. Every body who has a spark of
patriotism about them should net fail
to be present on that memorial occasion.
Tiie old soldiers who save d this Union
and helped to maintain a glorious re
public in HC1 to ISB-j should lie honored
once a year at least. lt every tody
come and strew flowers upen the graves,
the hallowed spot wlwre he the last re
mains of one who served his country
when it was in peril.
Another tine Gone.
E. J. Wilcox an old xildier and G. A.
K. comrade has, since the las.', memorial
and decoration day when he was prev-mt
and helped to di-corate the last res-ting
place of .some of his old comrades in arms
and pay tribute to their memory .passed
to Die great camp ground on liieh.
Thus it is the old soldiers one by one are
dropping out of the earthly ranks and
are filling up the ranks on high of those
who have gone on le-fore. And now
others who are left to light their last
battle il! strew flowers upon las grave
in memory 'if his tscrvices to his country
and to his fellow-man. Only a short time
ten or fifteen years at tnrwl will have
closed the earthly career of them nil.
Il the country honor ibe-m liy thuir
presence next Sunday to libten lo the
memorial sermon and take part in the
Q;iite showery Tuesday morning.
Miss Maggie Hunter is doi;ig the house
work for Mrs. li.ib Keel. Mrs K is on
the si-'k list.
Sir. and Ura FilzgeraU and family of
Ind inn creek returned to tistir home
ye- U'.d.iv i! '' ( "l '-i--n vi-i'.ii'.g for a
It; -a i. ay."- wiiii S'iK'.r 1 .tie!'!-.
Howard li urke lix btvii eoiployeil by
lion Smitli is haulmg potatoes to
Harrison to -h:p east this week.
M. J, Bradley will move back on his
own place next week.
Mrs. Dan Jordan will visit with her
parents tliis summer during Dan's ab
W'iirhonnct WiubH n ys.
Grandma Davis p.-nt a couple of days
in the valley visiting with M'aa Elsie
Earnest Lyon finished breaking for
11:11 Shatto Thursday.
James Nolan is busy assessing these
Mrs. Wilcox has moved to Harrison.
Pat Slattery was a caller at O. A.
Carton's Thursday. Echo.
A Card of Thunks.
Wre wish to extend sincere and heart
felt thanks to our many friends and
neighbors for their kindness toward us
during the recent sickness, death and
burial of our little babe.
Mil and Mim. H. P. Fancheb.
A Curd of Tuuiikn.
We wish to extend our sincere thanks
lo our friends and neighbors for their
kindness toward us during the recent
sickness and death of our father.
Miss EiifiiR Merhiam,
Mrs. F. D. Bsimr.
mb. James Mkhkiam.
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Here We Are Again.
500 pairs of shoes of the latest styles.
Hie above in an addition to our already large and
:omictc stock of boots and shoen now on hand.
u f fiavft the l.-irccst
Comietjon and are pure
OUlt STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
IS STILL THE LARGEST AND TIIE
BEST IN HARRISON. CALL
SND SEE US AND SAVE
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about it. Wo have been toiling our
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TO BK I1KLD AT
SIOUX CO., NEBR.
JUNE 13, TO AUGUST 6.
EIGHT WEEKS SESSION.
Tuition Seventy-five Out per Week,
N extra charge, for examination or
Omree of study will Delude only thonj
branclifs required by law for a first
A r.'ido of "(J per cent in each of tho
third trr.tile branches will lie required fur
a thinl grado cer'.ifica!.
A grade, of f-0 per cent in each of th
socotid tfriide Vinuiches, and including t Im
third (;radi) lmtiHbes, will be. reiiired
for a mercimd (Trade certificate,
A fri-ada of 90 -r cent vviil Imj required
in each of the first jrrade bmnclies, and
including second and third xr.'ula blanch
es, for a (iirrt ffnide certificule.
No one will receive it marking of 100
per cent in any I r.ioch of study. (July
a Recialist has a right to so "tiijjh a
J. W. (smith. I (rawing.
I'aoc. JiiH.v If. (kay.- liotany, llonk-lo-(
(iiii- Aritiiinetic, Physics, "Alvbra,
St IT. "kiE Wr.iiltlAM. Elements of
Education, History atul Uhetoiic, Or
thography and Heading, Oranimar, f'ivil
(Jo v., Phytiiology, and Hygiene, Gto
Elements of Education, written by
J. V. Haylar, to lie read June l.
I5ixk-keepin writttin by JUrry E.
Wilson, to Iks read June2f.
Botany, written by Prof flessey, to U
read July 1.
Pajier, Subject aelected, A. J. Hubcock
to be read July 8.
Our country's Hope, Prof John li,
Cray Julv 15.
There will be a U-achrs social July 22,
Teachers are requested to come preiar
edto give a htterary protrranie Aug 5.
Examination Aug 5 and (j,
I hopo everyone, residing in Sioux
county, will manifest their interests in
the cause of educatioh, by their atten
dance at this luKtitute, or by visiting
at leant otie day, A gx.ial invitation
ix extended to members of a school-board
to come and visit us, and encourage tho
teachers to greater efforts than ever be
fore, by showing an appreciation of their
efforts in giving them their hearty sup
port. It is only right and just, that the
teachers, who spend their time nd
money each year that they may 1 bet
ter prepared themselves for their work
in tiie school-room, should have a first
choice in our public schooln,
1 fowever the sole ni'in and end of rifrhfc
education is not just to leach Miool.
Tim true nim of right education Is to
awiht in the development of all the men
tal and phyHiciiil powers. The imd of
Wi education is the completa dereh
ment of those powers. I hope to tueet
many others at this Institute tskside
those who expect to teach school.
Visitors will receive ft hearty wel-
COUiC. ' :"
C'WSTT H.t TEm.STE-.IET.
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