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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1898)
J O CT IR, XnT A. Zj.
TanutfA, Jul. 2Kb, 1898.
lie. D. Canea, Editor anl Frop.
F. 1. A M. V E. ft. lime table.
Going West. Own East.
Mo. S. mixed, 11 :S0 1 No. 6. mlmd 8 :00
F. E. M. V. R. R. is the best
to and from the
IJEADWOOD ASO MOT SI'BIXGS.
S!las A. Holcomh Governor
'Jatues E. Harris lieutenant Gorernot
1". Porter Secretary of State
John FCotneU., Auditor
J. E. Meserve Treasurer
C. 3. Baiytk Attorney General
J.V. Wolf Land Commission
W. II. Jackson
-ftupt. Public Instruction
Oobn M. Tliuraton V. 3. Senator, Omaha
Wm. V. Allen V. S. Senator, Mad ikon
J. . Strode, OongToasruan 1st Uiat., Lincoln
i. H. Mercer, 1 M Omaha
'.Kuniuol Maxwell, " Jrd Fremont
"W.L. Stark, " 4th " Aurora
E. I. Sutherland, " nth " Kelson
W.I. Green, 6tu " JUarney
J. J. Slltvan Chief Justice, Colombns
T. O. C. Hairlson A't Judge, Grand Inland
T. L. Norval Associate Judge, Seward
J). A. CampbellClerk and Be porter, "Lincoln
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
X. P. Klnkald Jadge, O'Neill
"W. IL Westover
:M. J. Blewett
TERMS OK COURT:
District Court, At Harrison, commences
mprtngterm May uth.
Fall " Sept 19th Jury lth.
County Court, At Harrison, commences
first Monday of each month.
Otto MateSenator, Dint. Ko. 14, Springrlew
-A. E. Sheldon Digt. Mo. W, Chad r on
M. J. Blewett
Bapt. Public Instruction
Thoe Holly '.
,-J. E. Phlnney
B. F. Thomas.
M. J. Blewett.
.Clark of District Court
BOARD OF C0MMISH10SEB8:
Jens C. Mens;..
. Andrew Procnnler
-Jackson aleitlen( Chairman) id "
TILLAGE OFFICERS :
B. F. Pontine (chairman)
D. H. Grtswod .
W. B. Marsteller
, EE. Bobwer .
W. H. Darta
Eg-gert Bobwer Director
B. L. Smack Moderator
CHURCHES AD SOCIETIES.
Methodist Sunday School aseeU every San
day morning at 10 .-00
W. H. Darts, Mim Biireix,
Regular business meeting flrrt Tuesday
'Craning in eaah month.
O. KBVDall, President.
Devotional Bieetlng every Sunday evening
at iM. MB. KasuuLfc, Leader.
Meets each Sunday afternoon at 2 30.
Mai. k mdalu, Supt.
-JERKY RUSK POST, Ha. MS, G. A. B.
Meet seeend Monday In each month In
itbe ceuit bouse at Harrison.
K. E. Llvanaore, Com.
.WOODMIft OF THE WORLD.
IHarrUMQ Oamp, No. U, meets on each al
IteraaM Wednesday .evening.
,W. U. Davis, J. A.HAjraon,
Clerk. Con. Com.
"MOBKKB WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
'Meets eaeh alternate Saturday evening
-at I o'aioek. J. W Asiitb. V. V
A. B. DSW Clerk.
.aaSsplt3 rtpwJS ioi oansg poag
' JH7Ssnisi qwaeeje
Prompt attention given to all legal
Battens in Justice, County and District
Courts, and before th United State
Fire Insurance written in reliable
$Legal papers carefully drawn.
Harbison, - Nebraska.
J. E. PHIiTSEY, M. D.
Pbvlsdta tac nrefsM.
All calls glvea prompt attention.
Office in Drug Store.
-HARRISON " KEBBASEA. .
A. T. CLARK,
Office: in the Rlebsteln BatlrtUg,
HARRISON, - - - NEB.
COME TO THE
JOB WORK i Stationary.
KOTICE TO SETTLEBH.
The rules of the local land office have
recently been amended so that Bettlere
to tn&Ue final proof Hhall bettle with the
pabliahor before sending in their applica
tio. All parties desiring to luake final
proof -can have their papers made out at
Tee Jouknal office, free of cliarge, and
promptly iranwmieu to we uuiu uum
so toat so time win De lost.
' f SOO for Good Guessing.
The Nebraska Farmer has inaugurated
for its subscribers a unique guessing
scheme on the possible number of paid
admissions to the Trans-Missippi Exposi
now running at Omaha.'
(100 will be paid for first nearest guess
1 50 each for next two nearest guesses.
110 each for next 10 " "
2 each for next 50 "
1 each for next 100 " "
One guess may be made with each
yearly subscription paid m advance at
regular price one dollaj so that every
one guessing will get the Nebraska
Farmer one year and have a chance be
sides to get from one dollar to one hun
dred and there will be 16.T persons who
will get these cash premiums.
For sample copies, terms to agents and
full particulars address Nebraska Farm
13X1 Dodge Bt, Omaha Neb.
Machine oil at Hesteb's
the best 35, 45 & 50c per gal
lon. KT--Prof. C. W. Roush
Oculist examined and restor
ed the normal vision for
many by fitting them proper
ly with glasses.
Prof. C. W. Roush Ocu
list will be at Dr. Phinney'e
drug store Sat. , July 23.
will exa mine the eye and
properly fit glasses. Satis
faction insured. Examina
tions free at Harrison; one
day only Sat. July 23.
i3T Parties wishing to
purchase anything in the line
of harness, saddles or gTain
and feed, can call on L. Ger
lach, who will look after my
businesa during my absence.
Parties owing me on
accounts and wishing to set
tle eame can do so by calling
at the Commercial bank.
The July number of The
New Time is more agressive
than ever in pursuing it
war policy. It is unusually
rich in orginal cartoons and
interesting reading. Send
in a dollar for an annual sub
scription: We make a club
ing rate of $1.65 for the New
Time and the Sioux Couunr
'WANTED Wood on subscription aeon
a wa can gat it. Editer.
Hotiee I tan cattle bidet aod all kind
of skins with hair for robea, or without
or leather. Saa sample Bud price in
J. R. Bartall's store.
H. Oimcatr.'Glea, Neb.
-Eev. Father Maneiefa will bold maaa
Bt the court hoaat Friday July Mad
ICS at lflbM o'clock A. M. Do aot
teeattha dajr jLad da4 lao Ubm pf
rtt iii'.ioii llntes to Trnn.Mh-
lt to "Sov, lat
From Harrison every day Sundavs
excepted) from June 1st to October 15th
1S9S at Q3,20 for round trip good far
return until Nov. 15th.
From Harrison every day (Sundays
excepted) from June 1st to October 80th
good for return 30 days from data of sale
For the opeaing exercises on May 30th
round trip tickets will be sold good for
return June 0th at our fare viz (14.50.
E. F. Pontius agt.
Special Excursion Itatr-s to Hot
Springs S. Dak.
On dates named below at one fare
for round trip, tickets geod for return 30
days from date of sale.
June 16 August 9
June 80 August 20
July 5 . September 10
July 19 September 30
E. F. I'ONTrcs, Agent
Galena, 8. Dak., June 1897. Dr.
Clark, Edgemont, S. Dak. : I bad catarrh
for a great many years and your Catarrh
Remedy cured me three years ago and
there are ne signsof it returning yet.
J. W. Hovey.
For wind and dust flying in the air
four days, commencing last Sunday has
See call for two reform party sena
torial conventions for this drtrict in an
Master Carl Thomas of Crawford,
is up this week visiting with ti old
J. H. Kartell informed the Journal
scribe he had sold 9 McEormick mowers
already this season.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirtley of Pleasant
PJdee were in town Tuesday visiting
at Mr. and Mrs. Sutton's and doing some
Charles Biehle and his son Willie
went to Crawford Tuesday with a load
of wheat, to get the equivalent in flour
at the mill stopping over night and re
turning next day.
Perry, White, John Finley, P. N.
Kirkpatrick and Jo. Varley left for Raw
hide with about 5,000 feet of lumber for
Converse county Wyo., which is to be
used for a bridge.
Jacob Marking was in town from
Montrose and reports small grain in bis
locality all about destroyed by the dry
weather, and what is left is being eut for
fodder. He says corn however looks
fairly well yet
Mrs. Dr. Hubbard daughter of Mrs. 1
Elizabeth Sutton of Pleasant Rtdg aod
sister to Laney Sutton of this place who
came here a week ago from BoaUand
Tex., via the Trans-Mississippi Exposi
tion at Omaha on a visit left for borne
Irving Gillmore of Glen, came up
with his attorney M. F. Harrington of
O'Neal, who he has employed iu place of
A O. FLsber to defend hi case in the
fall term of court at this place.
By the way "Billy" Bourett is
rushing the building of his new bouse
it would indicate that a bride was soon
to occupy it Aod then it see tns' that those
Sunday trips were becoming more fre
quent, another strong indication 'of
wedding bells. Remember the Journal
with a smoke and a large piece of wedd
-Mrs. W. LL White of Glen called
at this office yesterday while in town
and left a bright silver dollar in pay
ment of the Journal to be sent to her
husband for the ensuing year saying her
husband was a free silver Republican
and that t bey wanted a frea silver pap
er that was published in the county.
Mrs. Kendall of Ainsworth Neb.,
mother of Rev. J. L. Keadall of this
place arrived here from Chadron over
tb F. E. & M. V. railroad Monday noon
in company with Mrs. J. L. Kendall
where they bad been to attend the funer
al services of her son-in-law and his
brother who were drowned in Lone Tree
creek near that place. Mother Kendall
will stop with her son until annual
Hon. F. M. Harrington of O'Neal,
was in our city this week consult
ing with attorney Clark one of onr
local attorneys relative to the defensa of
the oaa of Irving Gililmore. Mr. Har
rington is said to ba one of tbe moat pro
minent attorneys in Nebraska and ha,
assisted by Mr. Clark will conduct the
case ia defense of Mr. 3iUinora; Mr. LL
taking tbe place of a A. O. Haher, Mr.
Oillaiore's former attorney which will
doubtless be tried at the September term
Henry Olbrigbt, who want to Big
Muddy Wyo., last Saturday to look
after the busineas affairs of his nephew
tb section foreman of that place who
died that last Wednesday nigbt return
ed on bora Tuesday evening. Henry
claims ft was a mistake about hi neph
ew Robert Bittner committing suicide.
He say ba wa. is the habit of taking
morphine to induce sleep and doabtlew
took an overdoeew hich caused his death.
While up at Big Muddy Mr. Olbrigbt
want oo ta Caaper to attend to soma
real estate business, belonging to hi
nephew there, aad he said the .country
an arauad Caspar was a IHtle too rough
aad th weather too dry with bet wind
to suit him but that he -wa .Bfttisfkd.
tritb Steux oowu. , ,
Dlif.U At the home of his parents
9 miles south-east of Harrison Vernard
Burton Uoitt aged 6 month and 33 days.
Funeral aer vires conducted by Rev,
Smith of the M. E. church at Crawford,
were bold at tbe borne of the parents
of the deoaaaed and the remains were
interred in the Harrison cemetery last
The text choeen for tbe occasion was
suffer little children to come unto me
and faibid them not for of such is the
kingdom of heaven.
The reason I commenced treating Cat
arrh on other people was because that I
bad it from four years old until I was
fourty-two years old. My Father and
aad only brother were physics n as well
as myself and none of us were able to
cure it until I discoverd this Remedy and
cured myself in the fall, 17& Si nee that
time many can testify to the healing
powers of this Remedy, aod now after
twenty years' experience with catarrh I
firmly believe I CAN CURE NEARLY
EVERY CASE OF CATARRH IF I CAN
GIVE THEM MY PERSONAL CARE.
Bronchitis catarrhal asthma and con
sumption yield quicker than catarrh
any where else. I make a specialty of
these diseases and have never failed
where a fair trial haj been given.
Dr. . D. Clark.
October 11th, Box Bute county will
vote on the county jieat question.
George Turner and bis better-half
from Story were doing tbe town Mon
day. N. L. Tipton purchased a new 6 foot
cut Deering mower of L. Gerlach last
Nelse and Andrew Rosenborg of
Ardmore were in town Monday doing
business at the court bouse.
Miss Claude Hester went to Lusk last
week to visit bar sister and husband Mr,
and Mrs. Bonsell, for a month or six
James Hogle of Crawford was in
town last Monday looking over the
grounds with a' prospect of starting a
Landlord Tebbet has painted his
hotel front which gives it an altogether
different appearance. Ed. Bowker is
performing the artistic work.
John Serres of Montrose was in town
getting a bay rake repaired last Monday,
John reports a run-away at his place last
Friday while raking hay, a broken rake
being the result
Capt Fisher of company H, Chadron
Neb., volunteers is now reported to be
under arrest at Chicamauga Ga., for tbe
part be played in tbe private John Maher
court martial proceeding for insubor
dination. Rev. and Mrs. Kendall who were
called to Dakota Junction last week on
account of tbe drowning of a brother-in-law
and his brother in Lone Tree creek
last Friday returned borne Monday
L. 0rlach retumd ("mm the con
gressional convention" fust Friday noon;
He reports over 100 delegates 'in atten
dance and that congressman Green was
unanamously nominated by acclamation
there being no other candidate in the
C. A. Puddy a Glenite, was doing
business at the county seat last Saturday
and called at the Journal office also,
to pay his respects informing the repor
ter that his better half had gone east
on a visit, and in all probability return
home via the Trans-Mississippi Exposi
tion in course of a couple of weeks.
Last Saturday at J. IL Bartells
store as announced in bust weeks Jour
nal, the bicycle drawing -took pla-'e.
The lucky number was 64,470 but it was
not known who held that number
N. L. Tipton, though who was in
town attending the drawing but did not
have his tickets with him thought he
had that number at home but such was
not tbe case.
Dr. M. D. Clark of Edgemont, came
in over the F. E. & M. V. raillroad Mon
Day noon on business connected with
his celebrated Catarrh remedy which he
discovered about 20 years ago. The doc
tor claim that his remedy is latest and
best remedy on earth for that dread
malady. Ia these columns will be found
testimonials regarding what it has done
for those who have tried it
Thomas Bell of Lusk passed through
Harrison yesterday on the passenger
train for his borne; having just returned
from tbe Exposition where he and bis
family started about a month ago but
as his little boy was taken with dip
tberia on the way they were obliged to
stop at Norfolk and obtain skillful treat
ment for the little one and as a result
of the d iseoae Mr. Bell and family were
quarantined for a couple of weeks. He
report th little fellow all out of danger.
The treatment administered to the
patient was inocculation of aati-Tocine.
Mr. aud Mrs. James Nolan made a
trip to Sheep creek .last week, returning
Mrs. Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. Oarton
want to aoldiar ceek after goose berries
the firatof the weak.
3, Q. Merruun is upon tb divide mak
Ernest Lyon k working for Mrs.
CtolleLeeliog is working ior John
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Here Wp Are Attain.
WW w srwa w vll "
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500 pairs of shoes
The above is an addition to our already large and
Urnr.iafo ofnir nf hnnt and shoes now on hand.
We have the largest assortment ever bu 11 i
v .i tir a i i j nkrv
ICompetion and are Bure
OUR STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
IS STILL THE LARGEST AN1 TUH.
BEST IN HARRISON. CALL
SNI) SEE US AND SAVE
E NEW TI
THE GREAT REFC2M MAS&ZIEE
WewTttne:" Let tne lake those Umdsrom
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Small grain most all cut for feed.
Heavy rain last Friday on Squaw and
Antelope creek it was the heaviest rain
of the season, it helped corn and potatoes
out in good shape.
Adam Baumgard spent a few days
with his parents lat week.
Oustie Baumgard is able to be up and
is improving fast
Married at the Montrose church to dav
July 19th, Anton Meckem and Miss Tena
Meyer. The young couple are well
known to the people of Montrose, we
wish tliem a happy journey tbroug life.
M. J. Gayhart returned from Hot
Springs last Saturday where be made a
stay of two weeks on account of the
river being high.
There will be mass at tbe Montrose
church Tuesday July 26th at 10 o'clock
a. m. fcUu.
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