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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1898)
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TlCBSOAT, Oct 27th, 1898.
too. D. rM, Editor and Prop.
OotncWaM. ttotag last.
Do. . -si Ho. , nixed :
F. E. M. V. R. B. "s the best
to and from the
DEAD WOOD AND HOT SPRISGS,
Gils A. Holcomb Governor
James E. Harris Lieutenant Governoi
W. T. Fortr Secretary of State
John F. Cornell Auditor
J. E. Heeerve Treasurer
C.J.SmythL Attorney General
J. V. Wolfe. Land Commlsslonei
W. K Jackson Supt. Public Instruction
John M. ThurstoB iV. 8. Senator, Omaha
Win. V. Allen U. S. Senator, Madison
J. B. Strode, Congrewinuui 1st Dtst., Lincoln
A. H. Mercer, " Sd " Omaha
temwl Maxwell. " 3rd " Fremont
W.L. Stark, " 4tla Aurora
R. D. Sutherland, " 6th " Unison
W. L. Gretn, Ui " Kearney
J. J. 81 11 van Chief Justice, Columbus
T. O. C. H.urlsouAs'te Judge, Grand bland
T. L. Nwrval Associate Jndse, Seward
J). A. CnpbellCi;rk and Reporter, Lincoln
F1FTEESTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
Jf.T. Einkaid Jodir. O'Seill
W. II. Westover " Jfushvilk
Ml. 3. BleweU...
IUtrict Court, At Barrison, oorenenocs
5prinKterm May 9th,
'ail " Sept 19th Jury lh.
Xkninty Court, At Harrtoon, commences
first Honda ? of each month.
Jtto Mnti.Jienator. DlsL Ko. U, Springview'
A. E. Sheldon . . Dist. So. i3, Cbadron
Sobert Wilson.. County Judge
M.J. Blewett : ; Clerk
s has. Biehle : . Tresjturer
Klsie Marxism. -Mupt. PubUc Instruction
Thos Holly Sherilf
4. jE. Phinwy Coroner
Jl. . Thoman ; . Surrey or
M. J. Blewett aerk of District Court
Canutt Gntbrie. County Attorney
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:
Jens C. Men 1st District
Andrew rrocunier- id "
C F. Pofttis (chairman) . Trustee
9ofan Davis , .
0. H. Griswod "2 ' "
W. B. XarsteUer .
. RaUwor -
R.Dwrls .... Clerk
Lewis Gerlarh ..Treasurer
, SCHOOL OFFICERS:
Strcert Bohwer : Director
. L. Smuek . , Modi rntor
jLewis Geruieh Treasurer
arU RCIIKS AND SOCIETIES.
Methodist Sunday School meets every Sun
day morning at 1U;00
W. H. Davis, UiwB RTeu.,
SuiierlDtendcnt. Seorelary I
' KPWOBTII LEAGUE.
KcgnlMr bunlneM meettug first Tuesday
eveniitf( in eauli month. '
O. KEKirALL, J'reaident.
TtavotlonaJ ineetlns; srery Sunday evening
t t:4o. , Ma. Kekua, leader.
JUKIOR ' LEAGrE
Meets each Susdar afternoon at 2
MS. KkltCALL., Supt.
iOTCMT RUSK POST, No. H6, 0. A. R.
Meets second Monday In each month In
lUss eact house at iiarrtaon.
' i . X. E. Livermore, Oom.
WOODMEH OF THE WORLD.
Harrison Oassp, Ho. SS, meets on each al
tentete Wednesday svening.
. W.B.DSTW, J. A.(IsmtoK,
V Clerk. Con. Com.
MOrjERJf WOODBKH OF AMERICA.
; Meets sash alternate Saturday evenlirs;
ttesak. . J. W .Smith, T. c
' .' A. JLHeW 'Cletk.
'V $itt Co, C",
Prompt attention given to all legal
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, aod before the United State
Fire Insaranos written in reliable
QTLegal papers carefully drawn.
HaRKKOS. - XZBSASXA
J. E. PHTXN'EY. M. D.
Pkylselaa and Sarrtoa.
All calls riven prompt attention.
O0ee In Drug Store.
A. T. CLARK,
Office: second door from jcubval efflee
COME TO THE
J08 WORK 1 Stationary.
(special Excursion Rates to Hot
Springs & Dak.
On dates named below at one fare
for round trip, tickets good for return 30
days from date of sale.
June 16 August 9
June 80 August 26
July 5 September 10
July 19 September 20
E. F. Posncs. Agent.
Taking effect Aug. 30th,
tickets for the Omaha Expo
sition will be sold as follows
Every day (except Sunday)
at $23.20 for round trip.
Tickets good for return, untt
November 15th. On Tues
day and Friday at $16.50
good for return 15 days from
date of sale.
E. F. PoKTirs, Agent
For Modern Woodman Day
at Omaha Exposition.
Tickets will be sold on Tuesday Sept
20, at $10,00 for round trip good 5 day
from date of sale. E. F. Pontics.
NOTICE : There will be
Lutheran services at the
M. E church Saturday, Oct.
29th, 1898, at 2 o'clock P. M,
Rev. F. G. Wixoes.
NOTICE: Mass will
celebrated at Harrison at
o'clock a. m., every Satur
day before the Second Sun
day of each month.
Michael P. Waldbon.
FOR PEACE JUBILEE
WEEK AT OMAHA.
On October 10-1H2&12 We
will sell Excursion tickets to
Omaha & Return, at $10,00
good returning to leave Oma
ha, Sunday the 16th.
FOR NEBRASKA DAY.
We will sell Tickets on Oct
lth, at 7.50 for round trip
good to return 5 dayi from
date of sale.
E. F. Ponrrcs.
Xotfaa I Un cattle hides and all kind
of skins with heir for robes, or without
or leather. 8m aaaaple and prices in
J. H. BarteN's store.
H. OiJBKirr. Glen. Neb.
IIw tm Preneat Cmip.
We bare two ofaUdrw who an subject
to attack oi croup, sv neoever an attack
is eoDsiar oo my wife cires then Cbaov
btrtain's Cotijrh Remedy and it aJway
preweats Ue attack. It is a houahoM
nicsaeity is thte oouatrr aad bo nsattar
saeMe wo raa oat off, it woaM not o
bo wiekowt CtsMoerlhM'a Oeock
tsorooftt ioooM boM tku
Of all ether eooarh iiffofan combined.
-4. B. RtotJe, af Kiaklo Bros., lfmh.
roHa. inctteiCo.l'B, for sal by Dr. J.
FOR SALE 13 head of
good yearling steen and 20
head of good spring calves,
four miles north east of Har
rison. Orro Ti rzE.
For marriages Harrison U a rival for
the honors of Gretna Green.
Mr. aad Mrs. Bartall spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Davis at An
Henry Kreeman and J. T. Mason
were up from Glen Tuesday on busi
J. L. Fitzsimmone of Hat Creek
bought 23 head of yearling calves of G,
W. Hester last Monday.
Mrs. Holly is suuenng from a very
severe cold, Mr. H, is away posting elec
tion notices so she is alone.
N. L. Tipton, is going to. try his
hand at stock business be having bought
30 bead or so of calves of O. W. Hester
W. H. Booaell has bought the old
F L. ranch north of Lusk aad is making
preparations to move bis family out
there. Lusk Herald.
Attorney W. W. Woods of Rush villa
was in town today attending to legal
business for V. A. Hester relative to his
arrest for kidnapping.
Burt Hamlin of Kirtley Wyo., came
down Monday to make a deal with O
W. Hester for some of bis young cattle
which be has for sale out at the ranch,
A sister of Thomas and Martin
Doyle of Bodarc precinct arrived from
Duluth Minn., Tuesday to take care of
her brother Martin, who is sick at the
Mr. and Mrs. George Turner, rat urn
ed from Ft. Worth, Tex., Monday where
they went on a visit two or three weeks
ago. Mr. Turner reports the weather
about as bad there as here.
M. J. Gay hart of Montrose, and Rob
ert Harrison of Adelia were doing busi
ness in our city yesterday and today.
About every so often they come to our
city to look after business interests.
-W. R. Woods father of Mrs. H. A.
Pnddy who has been here for the past
two or three weeks visiting with his
daughter and family returned to his
home in Iowa, Friday of last week.
Eggert Rohwer has bought a quar
ter section of land adjourning the town
site about half mile south-east of town
aod will commence the erection of a One
residence within a week or ten days.
Last Monday morning was a fair
representation of winter, there being
quite a snow storm In progress at day
light continuing up till noon the result
being about two inches of a snow fall.
The dogs begin to get quit numer
ous again in Harrison. Only a little
over a year ago ten or twelve dogs were
maae scarce in wis town and tnere are
as many more that should be thinned
Mrs. Jerry. Wills has- rented the
building occupied during the summer by
Superintendent Elsie Merriamand moved
her family into it Monday for the pur
pose we presume so the children can at
tend the school.
Eddie Guthrie took the Tuesday
evening train for Chadron where he
went as toe accredited delegate of the
Junior Epwerth League of this M. fc.
charge to attend the Epworth conven
tion of the Chadron district
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wright expect
to leave about the first of next month
for an extended visit at Omaha and other
points of interest They will be gone
some time Mrs. Maine will look after the
wants of the family in the meantime.
Andrew McGinley and family will
doubtless move to Harrison within two
or three weeks. Mr. McGinley will occu
py e it her the Utlitt bouse about a mile
noitvwestof town or be will live in toe
H. Bartell farm-house about a mile
cortheast of town, he is as yet undecided
which place be will take yet
John Finley and Perry Kirkpatrick
of Highland precinct will this week
move their families down to the valley
order that their children may
have the advantage of the winter
school, Perry Kirkpatrick will move on
to the old Ortoo place aad John Finlev
will move bis family on to the Judge
Our little boy was afflicted wit
rheumatism in Ms knee; and at times ua
hle to oat bis foot to the floor. We
tried in vain, everything we could hear
that we thought would help him.
We almost gave up in despair, when
some one advised us to try Chamberlains
Pain Bala. We did so, aad tbe first
bott!e gave so mnoh relief that we rot
scood one, and, to our surprise, it
cared bios sound aad well J. T. Bays.
Pastor Christian Church, Neodesfaa,
Kaa. For sals by Dr. J. E. Pbinner
Last Saturday afternoon V. A. Has.
oa learning that Mrs. Myrtle HeaUr bad
rone to Gordon to take treatment at the
hospital came to the conclusion that
daring ber absence be bad tbe best riatit
to bis little boy Cecil and wbea bo die-
cewerod him on tbe street ia company
with his aunt, he took the little fellow
homo with him. Aod as a result Mrs,
Pontius swore out a warrant for V. 'A.
Hester's arrest cTsvrlng bin with kid
Bapping the little follow. Heaoe, Virgil
wasoompled to return the boy to it
rraad parents while doisg so Mr. Hester
claims that Mrs. K. F. Foattas struck
him and he in tarn swore out a warraat
for her Krrnt and charges her wiA a.
rT U3 head of calves and
one-yearold Heifers for sale
quick. Call on or write G.
Mr. C. L. Christian and his childme
returned from the Exposition last Satur
Hon. Lewis Gerlacb went to Gordon
Rushville, Hay Springs, aad Cbadron
Tuesday evening aad will not be back
Paul W under and Mike Ruffing went
toKirtly Tuesday to get their cattle
which have been summered there and
will take them to Adelia to winter.
A sistar of Henry Covey of Highlaad
precinct and ber daughter who came
out here in tee spring on a visit left for
their home in New York state Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Duell returned from
their trip to Omaha on last Tuesday as
Mrs. D. was not felling very well so
they did not visit the exposition but
visited with tbeirdaugbter.
Mr. and Mrs. Kendall started over
land on last Monday for Chadron, where
they expect to participate 10 Epworth
League convention wbich occured in that
city this week.
, Attorney Clark, will leave for Colo
rado springs, Uolo., about tbe first of
November where be has accepted a posi
tion in a law office of a firm of attornies
in that city.
KspUal Knots aad Pranks of Caold.
MARRIED At the court house Har
rison Neb,. Oct 21st 189$ Miss flora
Demming of Inman, Mich., to Mr. Fred
Elmer of Man ville, Wyo., Judge Robert
Wilson officiating. The couple were
u?ed respectively 22 years. Though we
never met Mr Elmer until little over a
week ago yet we believe him to be a
gentleman in every respect and do not
doubt in tbe least but bis companion is
lady as well. Unfortunately however
we did not have the pleasure of meeting
and getting acquainted with the bride.
But not-with-staading that, The Jour.
nal extends hearty congratulations
the newly wedded pair and sincerely
hopes that neither one or, the other will
nave cause to regret their conubial life
and that Mr. and Mrs. Elmer mav
respected and honored citizens of
community in wbich tiiey live.
MARRIED. At tbe court House at
Harrison, Neb., Friday evening October
21, 1898 Mrs. Maggie Schooley, of Mar
rion, Ohio to Mr. Patrick Lacy of Har
nson, eo. Judge Bobert Wilson perfor
ming tbe ceremony. Tbe couple were
aged respectively 53 and 43 years,
The Jourhal is however sorry to say
it would only be too glad to offer hearty
and sincere congratulations to Mr. and
Mrs. Patrick Lacy in their latent conu
bial venture, but under the circumstan
ces we believe neither of the high coo
trading parties would appreciate tbe
effort on our part just at this time
we learn that Mrs. Lacy is sick of her
bargain having enjoyed the loving com
pamoosmpoi her other half only two
nights nnd a day. Thus it ever is
.....J ,u hum ami rtrjKnt at leisure
which to us seems to be a poor motto to
guide men and women in their matri
moniai contracts. We understand Mrs.
L. claims her liege Lord misrepresented
lacts to her, hence tbe hasty separation
Even it he did Mrs. Lacy is not by any
means excusable in the part she played
iu the weediug tableau, as she bad every
opportunity ut nna out whether or not
Mr. Lucy had misrepresented the facts
to her or not But to go on aod submit
to having tbe nuptial not tied and then
to commence a rigid investigation would
seem to be rather late in tiie day to com
plain over a dilema fog which she is in
jasure as much to blame as Mr. Lacy.
ne aaow nttie aiwut Mrs. L. but she
with her daughter no doubt feel keenly
toe siluition they And themselves in l
the mother will be older aod wiser m tbe
we nave known the bridegroom for
most two years and caa say without
fear of successful contradiction that bis
family is one of tbe best and most respeo-
w in an Bioux county. Mr. Lacy him
self is a hard working man aad we be
lieve bis wont fau'.t is to himself aod
those who know him loogast srs best
able to testify to bis good aod bad quali-
13?" Parties who are in
arrears on subscription to the
JOUBVAL lor one and two
years are requested to settle
Dy January 1st next It
costs us money to run the
paper and we feel the Dri
Of one Tears SUbacrintlnn
$1.00, is not much to pay for
me journal and it will very
materialy assist in making
me paper oeiter lor tne next
year. We hope to make some
improvements in the ma.
chinery of the oflce the com
ing year and we will nmd
what is due as to do so. We
nave over $500, on our book
ad we must have them bal-
anoed up by the end f the
year. Gw. D. Cairo.
Editor and Propietor.
UI10 IS JIEISIELR DE1SS?
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Uhy, thats where every
body trades these days.
There is nothing they do not
keep for sale.
They handle Suitings for Ladies
Novelty dress goods, Plain dress
Flannel for all purposes. Also
Cloaks, Capes, Shawls, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Matting Shades and Curtains.
We are Head-quarters for all kinds of Groceries and
Provisions, Flour and Feed.
Right here, before we forget it; we want to call the at
tention of the public to our Canadian Pure Maple Syrup,
try it and be convinced.
We have on exhibition at our store one of the
OEST STEEL OUS
that can be bought Any where. Price $33.
Call and see that Range.
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