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THE SIOUX COUNTY
TBCUDAT. NOV. 8rd 1898.
ttoo. 9. Canoa, Editor and Prop.
F. E. 4 M. V B. a. liats table.
Going WuL tiom Kart.
Ho. 5, mixed. 11 : I No. 6. mixed
V. R. R. is the best
to and f ram the
PEADWOOD ASD HOT SPIUNGS,
Mia A. Holcomb Governor
jurnM E. Harris Lieutenant Governol
W r. Porter Secretary of Stato
John F.Cornell Auditor
J. B Meserve .Treairer
CJ.Smvth Attorney General
J V WuuV Uini Commisslonei
W. E. JackLT -S"Pt. Public Instruction
John II. Thurston V. 8. Senator, Omaha
Win. V. Allen V. 8. Senator, Madinon
J B Strode, Concrenwuan 1st Int., Lincoln
D. H. Mercer, - " mafca
fcamoel MaxweU. - "l " freinont
-W.L. Stark, " " Anror
K. IX Bather land,
"W. L. Ureen,
Mil " eisim
lltu r Kearney
J. J. Pllivan Chief Justice, Columbus
T. O. C. Harrison ..As'te Jadu, Grand Inland
T. L. Korval Associate Judge, Seward
1). A. CampbclL-Clerk and Reporter LiiuwOn
riKTEESTH JUDICIAL DISTEICT:
Jt. V. Kinkaid
"W. H. Westover
2i, J. Blewett
TEEMS OF COURT:
District Court, At Harrison, commences
Spring terni Slay Bth,
fall " Sept Wth Jury 12th.
County C'nrt, At Harrison, xnmences
flrrt Monday of each month.
Otto SlutzSenatqr, Dist. So. 14, RpringVLew
Jl. E. 5i)ieldon..
mat. No. 53, Cbadron
Robert Wilson County Jud?e
M. J. Blewett Cierk
Com. Bielile Treasurer
IHsle Xerr'.am Supt. Public Instruction
Tho Holly.., Sheriff
.1. V.. Phinney... Coroner
tB. F. Thomnf! Purveyor
yi. J. Blewett Cierk of District Court
irant Guthrie County Attorney
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:
Jena C. Meng !t Disirlct
Andrew 1'rocunier 3d "
Jackson Veltlen(L'hairnin j. 3d "
E. T. Pontius (chairman) Trustee
John ' Davis ; "
D. H. Griswod "
W. B. Marsteller "
K. Roliwor . "
W. H. DaviH..... Clerk
.Lewis ;erliuh Treasurer
J'.Kert Hoiiwi r Director
I!. L. Smutlc... Moderator
1-esvls Crt'.rlacti -..-.Treasurer
tilt UCH E8 A S I) STK I ETI ES.
.Vlethotlidt SuAdny fhool nwt every Sun
iny nioruiuu at 10 M
W. 11. Davis. Wis B RTeu.,
tt"Kul,ir l)Uiiw ineetJrtK (1rvt Tuesday
enlnKln each month.
t Mum I'Ai.Mto,
O. hr.kriALi., " preMdent.
Devotional inecUng every Stinday evenmif
t :b . JUBS. KENHAJ.I-, Leader.
JI SIOK LEIGI E.
lieetsrh SnmlHT afternoon ntZ.M.
Mn. Ji i UA LL., Supt.
J KR UY BTRK POST, So. G. A. B.
Meets aeoond Monday In each month in
the court Imuhc at Harrison.
E. E. lilvermorc, Com.
WOODME5 OF THK WORLD.
Hsrrlnon Camp, So. K, meets on each al
ternate WediiMday avening. -W.n.
Clerk. Con. Cora.
IfOPEKX WfKrt)MES OF AMERICA.
Vnebt cadi alternate Saturday evening
A. U. DEW
J. W JmltH, V. V
V f f 9,
Froiupt attention given to all legal
natters in Justice, County and District
Courts, and before the United Statee
Fi Insurance written in reliable
CiTLegal riapers carefully drawn.
IIakeiscix. - Nebraska.
J. E. PHINNEY, 1L D.
Fbyisdan and Serrron.
AH call! given prompt attentloa.
Office in Drug Store.
A. T. CLARK.
Office: second door from jcckxal office
COME TO THE
JOB WORK I Stationary.
Spevial Excursion Hates to Hot
Springs S. Dak.
Ob dates named below at one fare
for round trip, tickets good for return !?0
day from date of sale.
June IB August 9
June "0 August 20
July 5 September 10
July 19 Septemrwr 20
E. F. Pontics. Agent.
TakW effect An?. 30th,
tickets for the Omaha Exj.x
sition will be Fold as follows:
Every day (except Sunday)
at $23.20 for round trip.
Tickets good for return until
November 15th. On Tues
day and Friday at $16.50
pofKl for return 15 days from
date of sale.
E. F. Pontius, Agent.
For Modern Woodman Day
at Omaha Exposition.
Tickets will be sold on Tuesday Sfpt.
20, at f 10,00 for round trip ood 5 days
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. Winoes.
NOTICE: Mass will be
celebrated at Harrison at 10
o'clock a. m.. every Satur
day before the Second Sun
day of each month.
Michael P. Waldron.
FOR PEACE JUBILEE
WEEK AT OMAHA.
On October 10-1 1-1 2&12 We
will sell Excursion tickets to
Omaha & Return, at 10,00
good returning to leave Oma
ha, Sur.day Ihe ICth.
FOR NEBRASKA DAY.
We will sell Tickets on Oct.
17th, at 7.50 for round trip
good to return 5 days from
date of sale.
E. F. Pontius.
A. T. finghnon of Olen was in oik
midst on last Monday and Tuesday off
this week, while in town he "lared the
lion of the JociMAlio his den' and re
newed his allegiance tri the dootine which
his sheet exponada. Many thanks friend
Elughson call again. ,
-Ivast Monaay night being "AH hollo-
een the boys in town iv.nde kooA use of
the m alloted them according toe us
tor, bjr ptoyifig: tbfir boyiah pranks on
atowtat hmvmi in town. Well ' we
were all yooof oiim and perhaps more
mtehevfrn trtM or txrya of today, o
all we will say ia "golt wliile jrou are
young boy ! you are old you caot
NOTICE To the voters
of Five Points, Hat creek
and liodarc precincts. Your
attention is called to the fol
lowing changes in your pre
cinct boundary line as follows
sections 25 & 30twp 33 Range
54 has been annexed to and
made a part of the territory
comprising Sugar loaf pre
cinct, sections 4-5-0-7-8-9-1G-17
& 18 Twp, 32 Range 54 has
been annexed to and made a
part of the territory compris
ing cottonwood precinct.
Sections 2-3-10-1M4&15 twp,
32 Range 50 has been annex
ed to and made a part of the
territory comprising Warbou
net precinct, and that the
remaining territory in Five
points, Hat creek andBodarc
precincts, has been consolid
ated into one precinct, to be
known as flat Creek precinct
M. J. Blewett.
1'arties who are in
arrears on subscription to the
Journal for one and two
years are requested to settle
by January 1st next It
costs us money to run the
paper ana Ave ieei uie price
of one years subscription
1.00, is not much to pay for
the JoruxAL-and it will very
materialy assist in making
the paier better for the next
year. We hope to make some
improvements in. the ma
chinery of the office tire com
ing year and we will need
what is due us to do so. We
have over $500, on our books
and we must have then: bal
anced up by the end ef the
year. Geo. I). Canon.
IOditor and Propietor.
rif To those who made
arrangements to haul us wood
on subscription, we would
like very much to have it
brought in as eoon as - ixssi
Notice I tan cattle hides and all kind
of skins with hair for robes, or witiwut
or leather. See sample and prices in
J, H. Kartell's store.
H. Oijkuciit. Glen. Neb.
Miss N r i 1! mri;it" c.imv in on ihe
West bound train on luV MaaiSay iion,
Mrs. iJedrijk Nelson, of Glen was
taken to Omaha for Medical treatment
Y II in. Lewis Gerlach arrived home
from his campaigning tour on last Mon
Kev Kendall is gitting to be quite
a crack huntsman. He is evidently desir
oiijof a rabbits foot.
Mrs, H. Neeco arrived home on last
Mo'iday noon after a brief visit at Omaha
and other points of interest.
J. W, 0lranJar of Ard nore, was
a vistor at the huh on last, Thnrsday
remaining over night nnd while in
town dropiHsl in tosiy a friendly "how"
to the Journal scribe.
in expounding truth reformed by droping
two bright dollars on the round table
ti "h -!p !h caus-J alony". Many thank
kind friend come ntmin the latch-string
is alwuys out and the Journal man is al
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Bartell entertain
ed a numlier of friends on last Sunday as
Mr. and Mrs. B. are most charming host
and hostess it is not surpraing their
many friends like to surpusing their
many friends like to visit them.
J. W. Ernest's family will occupy the
rooms this coming winter and spring,
just vacated by A. T. Clark and f.iruilv
Mr. Ernest is desireous of having the
little hoys attend school of course,
and moved his family into town the fore
part of this week.
On Inst Saturday, Perry White con
cluded a deal which puts hiru in possess
ion of the property recently vacated by
John L. Stratum including the shop.
The consideration being (125.00.' Mr.
White will make some improvements on
the interior of the house which his faml-'
fr ---Jacob Marking and wife of the Hat
creek valley, came to Crawford on I ast
Tuewkv, and left here on Wednesday
evening for Wisconsin, whera they
go to look up u location for a home.
Mr. Marking settled in Sioux count y in
and succeeded in building up a line
home and accumulating considerable live
stock, all of which we understand lie
sold to meinWs of his family. We
doubt whether Mr. and Mrs. Marking
will be contented to the cut and expect
them to return to enjoy the bright sun
shine and Invigorating atmosphere of
Northwest Nebraska in their decdinii
years. Success to llieiu, howler.
to thk voters of
ROAD DISTRICTS NO.
18-4-5 & 7.
Your attention is called to
the fact that it will be your
duty to vote for a road Over
seer in your' resjiective road
districts: the recent change
in your precinct will not al
ter the vote on Road Over
seer and it will be necessary
for you to write in the name
of your candidate also the
number of the road district,
thi terretory anuexed to
Warbonnet & Cottonwood
Precincts will become a iart
of Road Dist No. 8 & 9.
M. J. Blewett.
iuu s a Lift Une pure
breed Hereford bull calf 40.
if sold within a month.
J. h. Kay.
M. J. Blewett nnd Family t.pnt Sun-
m at Chat Umtt's honu.
Mr. and Mm Clans Christensen pas
sed through our midnt thix moruiui; en
route to their dauhter'a Mrs. Chas.
Newman at East Springs.
Mrs. Holly left for Gordon on last
Tuesday evening whf-re she will take
treatment at the ho-pi'.al.
W. L. Farley, left for Kirtly, Wyo.,
on lust Mood iv where he is enjjaged to
tjocii sis months of school.
r&iiH Hattie O'Connor leaves tonight
for Lincoln where she will attend the
University, her brother will also attend.
Hon A. O. Fisher was in our city
on last Wednesday "fixing up his fen
ces which lie found, in very had condi
tion. Mrs. Pontius went to Gordon on
Wednesday evening to see how her
daughter wax getting along the lattor is
taking treatment at the hospital.
W. A. Glaze of Cottonwood was a
city visitor over the sahhath while in our
midst Mr. Glaze did not forget ye editor
hut paid us a friendly visit an 1 showed
his appreciation of our humhle efforts
lion. W. Reynolds of Chndron
repuhlii-an candidate for state senator of
this Mth district was in town last Satur
day looking up and arranging his politi
cal penres. He feels very hopeful regar
ding his own election hut is not so san
guine as to Mr. Fishers election. But
the JmCRNaL is inclined to beheva thoir
names will he 'dennis 'in Sioux county.
Just as we go to press we learned of
the death of Mrs. P. Nelson of Glen,
lvs irf'M-i sr.,,."'irt4 Ktr-1 f,?nitlr r.f venrs
with Asiiidia and nii-.'Uiicr.iMii ar il who
was on 1ii.j way to Lfeadwood to take
Osteopath trcntmeiit for his trouble was
induced to take christian science (faith
cure) at that place and of cour.se was
more than surprised the next morning
to wake up and llndhewusa well man
again and like, "Rip Vanwinkls though
ho was 20 years younger''. The same dis
patclf says Mr. liiffoe was unable to gel
to his room without help. Hence he
feels very grateful to the christian
science people for his marvelous re
covery. To Whom It
I return thanks to my
many friends for the respect
and best wishes they tender
ed to me on the 23d day of
October, and I aho return
thanks to them fur the res
pect and sympathy they have
shown me in my sad case.
In regard to the misrepre
sentations spoken of I openly
and boldly deny the charge
and I defy a contradiction to
I was honest and have been
from the begining,to end and
more than honorable I have
a clear coucience and I have
no regrets, the day will come
when I will have a true com
panion and mother to my chil
dren. With a level and head
I shall follow a strait course
and I shall shure gain the
day, right must and will pre
vail. P, Lacy.
The Wet 1'juHtcr.
A piece of flaunell dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and Iwund en
to the effected parts is superior to miy
plaster. Wlien troubled with a pain In
tlje chest or saw or a lame hack, trlve H
trial. You are certain to he more than
utaaaed with Uie prompt relief which it
affords, I'ain Balm in also a . certain
Omaha on last Sunday mght where her XliAPmlk 0??CS:3T C?
hiisljsind had taken h.ir for treatment. , .--X i-i ;.VV MSPln'r 51
Her bndy was brought home for bunal Jffe SlT' ' I
Mr. Nelson will have the aymjatiiy of 1?-' 'J'i iV'j-tK Ciilv" t B. 0 TiCVT
the enUre community in his rat loss. ' Tiiiii G'faK KiiES i?
A special from Clwlron to TUB j " S. - C''fj?--' S 9t'A .a
JorRSAL s;ivs Mr. Charles Coffee who o ':frb. srf '" Sy-VA--1 " ' VoatMy. tr- ii-? ve...
'f mre for rheumatism. Fo.- wiU by L'r.
' J. T. l'hiiinev.
UIIO IS LIARSTELLR BROS?
o - o -
Why, 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-quar'.ers for all kinds of Groceries and
Provisions, Flour and Feed.
Right hore, 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
BEST STEEL RANGES
that can be bought Any where. Price $33.
Call and see that Range.
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