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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1898)
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TBOHnAT. DEC. 15th, . WW.
Ajo. D. Canea, Editor and Prop.
T. E. A B. T . at. lime table.
Gota Wee. Going Beet.
,1a. t, mixed. 11 h i Xo. 6. Blud :C
M. V. P- R. is
to and from the
UEADWOOD ASI HOT SPRJSG9.
a Hoiooinb Governor
Jamw E. Hurll Ueateosnt Gornol
W. F. rorter Souretiiryof 8tte
hB F. Cornell Auditor
A B. Xem , Trewurer
JO. J. Buiyth ., Attorney General
J T Wolf Land CoinrolnnloneJ
W. K- jM:kJn.l..Sapt. IMibUc Intni6llo
Johm JC. Thamton V. 8. Senator. Cttcah
. V. Allen U. S. Senator, Madlaon
,J. B. Strode, Couijrewimau 1st Dlt., Lincoln
D. H. Mercer, "
amul Maxwell, "
MT. L. Stark, "
K. T. Bntncrland, "
'VI. L. Groeu,
J. J. SlUvan ChiKf Justice, Columbu
ir. O. O. Ilarrlnon ..Aii'to Jail(t, Grand lian(l
' Horval Aiwoelate Judge, Seward
. A. CampbelU-Clerlc and Beporter, Liacqln
riFTT.ESTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
M. P. Klnkald JdPe- ,t,ein
W. H- Westover " shvilU
M. J. Blewett- Clerk, HarrUon
TERMS OF COUUT:
IHstrlct Court, At IlWTWon, commence!
.prln term May 9th,
'yjl gept 19th Jnry 19th.
.Ooanty Court,-At Harrison, commence
,Ont Monday of each mouth.
Hto MntiRenator, DUt. Jto. li, 9prlfrlw
. X. Sbaldou Vial. So. SS, Cbadron
jtobert Wi:on County Judfc
M. J. Blewett , Clei
am RKihla Treaeurer
Supt. Public Isatructlon
jj. E. Fninney.
J nwnrett Clerk of District Court
tOraat Guthrie. County Attorney
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:
Jmta C. Menf lt Diairtct
Andrew Procunler . M "
.Jaefcaon Meltton(Cnalnnan) sd "
S. T. rontlua (chairman) Trustee
oka Pvla -. r.-
P. H. GrUwofl - "
W. B. Marsteller "
-W, H. Darto..
B. L. Baroek
CHURCHES A SI) SOCIETIES.
(etfto41at Sayday School .meet every Sun
ay morulas at 19.00
W. H. Davis, Miss B tll,
BeaTilar business meeting first Tuesday
evening la.eaeh month.
SewetioBal mettlisc every Sunday evening
0 A -Mas. KaKOALk, Leader
Meeta each taaday afternoon at 2 -J.
Mas. K hpall., Supt.
' JEBBT BCSK POST, Xo. MS G. A. R.
MeeU aecond Monday in each month i
a awwxt hooae at Harrliion.
S. R. Uversnore, Com.
WOODMKS OF THE WORLD.
4' Hen CMP . neeU on each s
feraate Wedaesdar evening.
Clerk. . Coa. Com.
MODER3 WOOIHf EH OF AMERICA.
Meete each alternau aaturday evenips;
aata'e-ark. J. w Jmivm, .v
I. M. Babtill Cler. . ...
MWf w. Wrn seloc
Prompt attention riven to all legal
matter in Justice, County and District
Courti. nod before the United State
Fire Insurance written in reliable
lLegal papers carefully drawn.
Humw, - NEBfiASKA.
J. . PHINKEY. M. D.
Pb'Isc.bb Bad Surgeon.
All cell given prompt attention.
Office la Drue Store.
-HaKEIBON - NEBRASKA.
Special Excursjon Rate to Hot
Spring S. J)ak.
On dates named below at one fare
for round trip, ticket good for return 30
days from date of cale.
June 18 Augusts
June 30 August 26
July 5 September 19
Julv 19 September 20
E. F. Pontics. Agent
1STOTTCE: There will be
Tnt!ifran services at the
M. E. church Saturday, Dec.
Uth 189. at 2 o'clock P. M
Rev. F. G. Wikoes.
NOTICE: Mass will be
rvlftbra,ted at Harrisoa. at 10
O'clock a. m., every SatUr-
rlavWnrA Rppind Sim-
iKAAMJ a-TV A. W A wmw wwwv 1
day of each month.
Michael P. Waldron.
rTn those who made
9 ' I
arrangements tOnaUiUS WOOU
nn anhsrrintion. we WOUld
iirp vprv much to have it
brought in as BOOH as pOSSi-
KTDont forget to look
nvor thP arcft assortment I
of fineCandies, Nuts Ac. at
omith B Vyonieciiouarj , up
Ore yOU buy yonr Christmas
i T;a iha lrtwpaf
tji ck.-ii hi. i.;. Hn.kl M I
IJIUHJIOrU OIRlllll IMO Ul ...V 0MV.
1 . k. eninolu. In at. fl 1 t.ll t.
laying the shingles last night.
Full line of Dolls, Doll
heads, Photograph, Auto
graph and scrap Albums at
Mrs. E. F. Pontius and family will
3ir. E.. r. runum u iu"j .....
leave oo next wooaay or xuW, .
their new nome at napia cuy a. ina.,
. i .u.
.where her husband lias been given the
... a 11.1.
imponaiK position. o. neau
regret to see our good citizens leave but
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rn i a n
XUy , auiici tttoco,
tie cases At Drug Store.
-T. B. Allcom and hi, brother-in-law
. . D.ii .u:. w.m
in Mn Mondav and Hied each one on
. n. oiuii.ii, wi "en, mi"
Water nrecint and while here the boys
war detained as witnesses in Douglas
uh atalin? case though they claimed
. " ... ..... iL
to have Known noimng aooui u c.
Hantrinir Lamns, Stand
Lamps, uiocks ana jeweiry
at Dnig Store.
-Charles Hewman came in iroro ma
. u .
MSI opnnira nsocn vvni5j aim
leaving for home ordered us to ron hi.
-.i, k I whih will he found in anot-
I 1 . u. T ia OAawl AV -
lier cuiuiuu ti n 11 1 "
i. . i v.r i,. t in. aivk
ampie w wgv wivi, ---- -
I .1 Mui.1. a rut mim hnna nliutra
- i tiw. rnn.lna.n and
run their lirands in the Siocx Cocimr
Mr. Hardin Norria, clerk of the drug
R Rhmslr. Parrv. Ul.. says:
VL V VI sy.nr..-,., - I
A inan c(u iuwv uui viw ww"- i
oav and said. I avast ft oottle of that
stuff that saves children's live I read
i,ir anmrh. It'a the mediciM you
all for croup." tie alluded to tnero -
Wlain's Cough Remedp and bought a
hottla hafore he left tb store. rr ws
by Dr. J. E. Phinner.
-Ifiaa Haiti fyCooaor. aad bv broth-
r Ed, both prosnineot Youruf people of
our city who iuti reoentiy oratiwi
i tJwnlaisua4 war about
una WIIVKW a.. .ai.
to eive their whole at-uo w -wu
. . . . . ' .
when owlnc to Are tb ioaUtotioo closed
iU doors, maoy of the acholaatica among
the) oar twa yoS inewae
. AaMi avual tat CSaakaakaUafJl. laW
Vftf , a. a)""""
JfcjtUa ISt3rf the OOUlltry
fB.litil'rj UlT al va snaw
csret cCcid tokee? cattle
. . ... a j.at-
ESTRAYED .-Lut week
one spotted, sow-pig from the
residence of Mrs. Jerry Will
Sr., pig belongs to Jerry Will
Jr.. leave word at thi office
nr address me ft Harnscn
WANTED SALESMEN: We
make uo extravagant offers but have a I
rood busings proposition for reliable I
men to sell our Tiger Brands Lubricating
I . .11 . u HraMn
oil anil ureiwes. Auure iu i"w
The Howard Oil A. Oreie Co.
For every $20, paid en
account or in cash trade from
now till Jan. 1, 1809, we will
give one beautiful Oil Paint
Mr. Virgil Hester, baa been up at
the O. W. ranch in Wyo., a part of this
Go to Drujr Store For
-It is Said bv same of the oldest
citizens that we have had more winter
weather already than we are wont to
Why dont you advertise
vour. stock brand m tne
. -a i
T K:.1 I
paper Of the County.. I ry
it a year.
t j m. vm,h ai in at
Crawford where they have ben during
the greater part of two weeks helping to
transfrrm the sinful inhabitants of that
r'liimVroin' Cnl'ic. Cholera and
DiarrhrxML Komedv can alwavs be decen-
ded upon and is pleasant and safe to take
Sold by Ur. J. 1 f tunney.
I y aUU 11. IJ I J . iiki OWwr a vi '
pear, all stockmen should emulate their
Sheri-f Holly informs us he is to
have his better half back again to look
after bis batchelors quarters, may come
in need of any-
l.i. . J. x x Ml I
B " w
. I mrs-r 4a WAT -vV tt I A T3. 1
. o" -.v "" "
iB the cbMt wh . ha.
, cold ir
umonia, A piece of flannel dampened
with unamnerjaini rain naim ana
hnnrul nn tn the cheat over the seat or
bound on to the cheat over the seat of
.... ....... i
pain win prompiiy too mkiiu "u
prevent trie threatbened attack ol poe-
1 . . . . . ! 1 1
inis some ireatmenv win cure
a lame back in a few hours. Seld by
Dr. J. E. Phinner.
The Mjaera Woodmen of America
at their annual election on last Saturday
evening at their Lodge room in Andrews
block elected the following named gents.
las officers for the ensuing year:
. . v . ... .j .... ... , - j ,
E. B., W. B. WnghtjClerk, J. H. Bartell
iu,J ' r, v
I XVHJUrVa AJO A I i fiannuiwUf
.W-Str.. V f,wia: Chief For-
- , . . , ,
ester, L. C. Wnght; Board of managers.
W n Wriirht .1 A. Anderson and J. H.
WVipn vnn wnnt. to bnv
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Furniture, send to MontgOm-
1 , . . ,
aw ivqtm ann i n nniPSHi
yOU wani LO DUy CUeap ill
The Woodmen of the World will this
u.ual. irive tbeir reeular annual
i oyster supper, wnicn win occur some
Umeduringthehoiidays. itwii befe
i. m.AA U m..nrm wi II tka a hnw inf
-Dr. 8hafer, dropped into our editorial
"" f"" fc
I ouill nuaher that there wa a bran new
l -i r------ . ... ..
boy at Wilbur Shepards, aod trial who-
bur was about a foot Uller than ordinar-
I - ...
i The Modern woodmen ol America
HI una Civy wws uu. ma...; "'
condition uoUl about one year ago. Bot
withiiitbe past year it has increased
iu ""berabip from ten or twelve to up-
wart. i active memoer.; - DOw D.u.
lair Ml oecvtne one oi uw uw. .w. w.--
V lien you want W uuy
Flour Or feed. Bee Bartell,' as
ro can get gd value for
I VOUT mOfieV.
1 At tna regular meeunu oi uarrj
I Busk Post, O. A. B., the following ofllc-
an were elected for toe ensuing year;
Com. E. E. Livermore: 8. V. C. P.M.
Smiui: J. V. C. San ford Hill; Q. M., A.
I J. Bogart: Burgeon, W. I Baldwin;
- 1 chaplain, U. I . ureweii; u. u., -
lahnannO. fl K R. fltnrv.
I i l rf-
If those who read the JoOWAL lor
,w, ( DraaU(De that is tbeir ob-
I koQW M MWI ,xpct to
1 gee in the column of the JockKAL and
I .tl . M-J i. .1 L. a. kava
IMI W UH M) W.f US w WI.
Bot unaertbed that particular piaco of
- - - r r
i tho r-d.
"rrpoabU for Bot Bomiofawd
0?tof M . qu-. w. cb-m
fcjHHighest cash price paid
for hides. .
Hand Coal Heater,
and car load of Na
, T x f
LI V O AJUiUUCI at VJT.
ESTRAYED : From our
place on Monroe Creek two
Cows branded 5 on right hip
and flank. "
Jerry & Hexry Will.
-Ed Douglas, who was brought to
Harrison last veek from Gerrioff for
cattle stealing, wan given a hearing be
fore Judge Wilson Monday afternoon ajii
after the examination of two witnesses
by the prosecution, the court bound the
prisoner over to appear at the next term
of .court, placing his bail at 300. Atty
Morrow of Oerring appeared for the de
fendeut unC County Atty. O. Guthrie ap
nearine for the'.:. . te. The defense attack
ed the constitutionality of the law mak
ing it felony for cattle stealing, but Judge
Wilson after taking th question under
advisement for three ar four days, decid
ed the law to be valid and that the pris
oner would have to stand trial before his
court aad prove his innocence or guilt
trial resulted as above stated. It looks
as if tlie accused will have a naru t:ma
oot presume to say Mr. Douglas is guilty
DOr we 'ie is cy any eAs mno-
cent of the charge but if guilty he should
be punished if not guilty, he certainly
will have no dilllculty w aarwg n.s
name from the stain of cattle stealing.
Mr. A. McGiivley who isa "friend in need"
as well as "'one indeed, was kind enough
to go bail for Mr, Dobglas appearance
at the next term of the district court,
and we hope that the latter may appre
ciate the favor which Mr. BicGioley was
seemingly so willing to grant him.
llegartl)i.s of Age.
The kidneys are responsible for more
sickness, suffering, and deaths than any
other organs of the body
A majority of the ills allicting people
to-day is f-aceable to kidney troubl
Tt rirAvati all n.iau of n.'it V. in all
I .... ..
lh- back a deslre to urinate often day or
Diht rofUM or scanty .upply.
tt.. j.i rfann.lt . ur n.
I are signs ol clogged Kidneys, canning
poisned aod germ-HUed blood. Some
times the heart acts badly, and tube
casts (wasting of the kidneys) are found
in the urine which if nrgli.wted will re
sult in Brig'.H's Die;u, the luost ii.mger-
ous form of kidney trouble.
All these symptoms and conditions are
promptly removed under the influence
of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root. It has a
world wide reputation for its wonderful
cures of the most distressing cases.
No one need be long without it as it is
so aasy to get at any drug store at fifty
cents or one dollar. You can have a
sample bottle of this wonderful diye-
rv. Swamp-Root and a book
about it. both sent to vou absolutely
h? "'L Sed your address to Dr.
Kilmer A Co., Bingham ton, N. . and
kindly mention that you read tins liner
al offer in the Siocx UCwty Journal.
I . -rtSi COVUNHENr POSITIOHS.
" wt'? " lb 1?000
r Dottlion. in ine (txivrrnmrni n
r4 vice, this Burraa can advise yoa
i i , um
Mnr.Ni in vrnre li. ana ni
pun( UK requirra in
I 3f iFitr rxnjuww uniiivi.
J BlTtar. bitiiti
Tb,. B,c h.. the b f.auik. viM tor ob.
I ..' " r.M,,t ,H. .cut loroia
imw "L- , .r' . f . : . i wTi an ...
p..m m r.wi Attorney, and I' yM-
hal io icninnf broad p-tit- d io "t pro-rauoo
Of Jail pMCOt llU(f lllOO dciotv iiw .
SCHOOL OF LAW.
rt.1. n a, v,ai fnr arfninloa In the Bar
aad prepare yoo lar active practice in two years,
witbaut matrnillf inwrtrrlnir with your other da
ties. Our instructors are the ablrst, our systea
tnoroa7i,ana o-jr tn.'ii.. i .w.'"-. . " - -
(f are uagttii univetsiiy, Duiincas mmi aoa.
Send for partirulirs, terns, etc
NATIONAL INFORMATION BUKEAU.
New York Are . WaahiE.ton. D. C
'a. .4 Lrcarans
'reet fSowva-aKTa Ac.
eateklr aaaartala ear octaioa (ra araathar aa
eat free. OMest seaarv foraasnaasata.
KMaetsss, wttoesifum ta UM
Bas u m rrft -tk.
UIIO IS DARSTELLd 0308?
0 - O -
body trades these days.
There is nothing they do not
keep for sale.
J ..-iyi.-i.il -i-m'liU'!J.awllww,Tl'wie'
They handle Suitings for Ladies
& Gents, ,
Novelty dress goods, Plain dress
Flannel for all purposes. Also
Cloaks, Capes, Shawls, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Matting Shades and Curtains.
AVe 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
BEST STEEL RANGES
that can be bought Any where. Price $33.
Call and see that Range.
Two Pointed Que-Ktloii
What is the use ef malting a better ar
ticle than vour. competitor of you can
not get a better price for it?
An. -As there is no difference in the
price the public will buy only the better
so that while our profits may be smaller
on a single sale they will be much great
er in the aggregate.
How can you get the public to know
your make is the best?
If both articles are brought rxrominent-
lv lwforn the nuhlic Ixith htm t-er!ivin to
be tried undtliepunhcHili very quickly
paM judgment on them and u.se ouly the
This explains the largo sale oa Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. The people
have been using it for year and have
fouud that it csn always be depended on.
They may occasionally take up with
some fashionable novelty put forth with
exaggerated claims, but are certain to
return to the one remedy that they know
to be reliable, and for coughs, colds and
croup there is nothing equal to Cham
berlain s Cough Remedy. For hale by
Dr. J. E. Phinney.
Call for Bids.
I desire to let a contract
for grubbing out about five
acres of timber-lana in bow-
belly Canyon, to the lowest
Parties desiring to bid on
Contract, please call or write
me at Harrison, Neb.
$1 A Year
The Kana.MaKally OBelal (.alee aad
Haud Baah ot U.. Aaliwar and tim Karl
ruta Uarrn of tti Caiiad ataua, iMmilialoa ef.
CaaMla, aad Msslco.
DervlKd rtperlallr to traaraarsilloe Haa Is MM
...arywr iw. naaa a. aa
lod UMaaiff callers Uw laaa
Maea foveread bj 4a MaM ef
atral Swadanl uaMi.eed wast
iTnorT m iu nraso ai
raaiuo. inriaaint all iiaa
Um huOi aierVtlau lOritrai
thwvof i bna ala ai4eaad aM
ibumb w au rwrar aaanoas.
wsiaiarn. M.ee v.aa, to ave pea a
TBB ABtRJCAa BAII.WAT OIT10I CO
IWrrirw ianearael. lV.'Tl
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COME TO THE
JOB WORK 1 Stationary.
To Whob It May Coscbiw:
Notice is hereby given that the under,
signed baa taken up on his premises in
Five Points precinct, in Sioux county,
Nebraska , ooe gray horse as an estray, be-
i '"K "I'-e particularly dacnbed as
lows: Une iron gray home, about six
years old; branded door key on left
Dated at Harrtsan, this 23rd day of
B. F. GILBERT.
rgT Parties 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 tho
paper and we feel the price
of one years subscrintion
f 1.00, is not much to pay for
the Journal and it will very
materialy assist in making
the pajier better for the next
year. We hope to make some
improvement in ' the ma
chinery of the office the 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 thm ba
anced up by the end ef this
year. Geo. D. Camon.
Editor and Propietnr.
Ann vou a wokkuk
, Hi Wood or rtatais H aa
aeawlar fefaiogw aj
rNacalaal, Mrvau, Dssra
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