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The Sioux CouMtyi
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njLKRisoisr, :eteb:r,s:k:a, TiiTTi?sr)A.-z-, apbil. e, i6S9.
Our JJoHo- 'NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL T IS StTTLED RIGHT."- to lftlluw i. Bryaa.
Do You Want a
IX THK LAXD Or PERPETUAL SUNSHINE.
Tbe r41er will no 4onht wvoder hew a pnbllxblne; company can afford to fire away
tw4ol. To enlighten you we will merely state tht the owner ol a larnte section of Una
la FsJm Springs, Riverside Co., California, hu taken tUU novel method of booming the
too, believing tht by interesting other persona throughout tfce country, and practically
bnlldlng up the town on ta cu-opperative ifilem, be will mole than double the vale of
the meny town lots which lie reserves for himself.
It ia needless to say that the owner of this land intends to make Palm Pprlngs on of
tbe greatest health reaorta In the world, It being u fct alore tbe sea level.
Ihe ellmatlc cotidluoa and grand cetuc surroundings will make tbla comparatively
Pain fprlogslsan Meal winter resort, possessing peculiar attractions to the tourist
end Invalid silk.
It Uconeeded by many eminent physicians and prominent persons to be the moat
perfect natnral sanitarium and to have tbe finest winter climate known. It la picture
ijnely situated In a sheltered valley. nestling close under tbe lofty mouutaln range of Van
Jsuluto, whose ramparts are an Impregnable barrier to ail moisture laden winds and fogs
Thie U an abnndaat supply of pure mountain water for both household and irrigating
jiui-pose. Tue streets are beautifully laid out and shaded with palms and other tropical
trees. Oranges, lemons, figs, grapes, apricots, olives and other delicious fruits ripe a In
Palm Springe fully tblrtv days earlier than In other parts of California, tbus bringing
fancy prloes In tbe Los Angeles maiket.
school, church and hotel acoomm oditlons first clans.
k'ot the least of the attractions of I'aim f prtngs I tho wonderful mineral hot sand
springs, possessing medicinal virtue of the highest oraea. Hri- Is constantly welling up
a clean stream of bot mineral water accompanied by pure sand of about 100 degrees F.,
and oontanlng magnesium, sodium, Iron and sulphur. Hlist mallaui, kidney and skin
dldcase yield quickly to regular bathing in these waters.
Tbee lots, i le.'t front each, have been placed with toe Sunshine Publishing Co."
with Instructions to distribute them to our readers abslotely f re. Why not be a ruul
Every pmon who -trt " tJ-5(5 for one year's snbscrlpi Ion to "Snniihlne" will receive
a nsrraritv deed to a town lot In I'nltn Spring, California, Irroof rhargc, witli tale puid
"frunsliine" Is one of the brightest Journals pnblilied, will not nly contain local news
of Palm Springs and vicinity, but will also contain many Interesting stories and useful
Information to every family. Vi e are particularly anxious that not only every resident
of Palm Spring, but also everr property owner therein, shall read our paper.
Addrrstall communications to tho "SUNSHINE PUBLISHING CO." I'L
paw upon all brands and marks submit
ted. If allowed by tbe committee they
shall then be registered, with tit secre
tary of slate, and a fee be paid or 1.00
for each brand or mark so registered ,
Twenty per cent of the total fees receiv
ed sljitll be paid tlie commission for Its
House roll No. 413, by Clark, reduces
the number of Justices of tbe peace in
Lincoln from three to two. ,
For TIi st Jtc fined (emplrxian, Use!
FOR TOILET AND BATH
A Wetidifful snap ftr Ihe rnrf of Iianrtrnr,
Wltek-bfsils, Kingnm-ms, Ecrems. (.'hupped
Isnds, I Ireri, Sores, Ilcbli g, snd ell other
Kisoutn, toriiKA, Ilr.Ai,i!fi, Asr;
AT OBUC1ISTB OH ,fcc BY MSIL PRCSVO.
,. Writ 1oY Axmiu Terms,
LOUIS ERNST Co , St, Louia, Mo.
LITTLE LIVER PILL
Sold by all itraggtsts
As the NaW York Journal says: "If
Mr. Rockefeller were a German he
would pay an income tax of $480,000 a
ear in addition to his other taxes and
those other taxes would all be paid not
dodged." Who are the men who bene
fit most from the government' Surely
they are those who have the greatest
amount of property to be protected.
And yet these are tbe men who are al
lowed to escape the payment of taxes
to the government of this country.
If the rich wera forced to pay their
ust share of taxes by the government
of the United States, there would be no
burden to complain of. The people rea-
ize this, And the demand for an income
tax will soon become too earnest to be
SES1T0R JOSES' DEVOUT WISH.
or sent by m
Nervlts Meslcal C., Ckksf
Sold Br Dr. J. E. Phinuey.
The Sioux County Journal.
Subscription Price, $1.00
OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIOUX COUNTY.
Geo. D. Canon,
- . Editor.
Kntered at the Harrison post office
second class matter.
Municipal Election Returns.
Following are the results of some of the municipal election which tool; place in
n few of Wis priucipal cities of Borne of the states of the Union, giving their plur-
ja lity vote.
Himl. M. Jones, Ind.
John H. Farley, Dem.
Ham). J. Swartz, Repub.
Yankton, 8. Dak.
Carter Harrison' Dem.
Jlenry V, Johnson Dem.
2 to 1.
"All we like sheep have gone as-'
tray" that tells it. A sheep is non
wicked, simply foolish, without will.
ilhout intelligence, wandering into(
gsr and Ueatn. ine one great
lack of the world, then, is light.
I find that we can reject opinions
nJ even hate opinions, and still res-1
t the men that hold them. And
when it comes to affection, we lovi
the man, not for his intellect, but be-
use be himself is true and loyal,
devoted to bis thought.
Nothing so convinces me that a'
man is sinner and in fear of the1
judgment as his eagerness to hear
tht there is do judgment; that the,
riff is dead aod the judge gone
Rev. llyroa Reed, in Sunday
Rocky Mountain News
We have read in vain. Influential dai
ly, metropolitan papers as tbe Denver
Hockjr Mountain News, Omaha or ld
Herald and the Cincinnati Inquirer also,
New York Bun and World, besides num
erous Populist and Democratic Weeklies
and we have not, so far, discovered one
ingle word of conderanatiou ic them
against lion. William J. Bryan, in refus
ing an Invitation frem a Hunacrat to ate
tend a Jeffersoniaa banquet to be held in
Mew York city April 18th, next. Neith
er have they complained atout the way
Mr. Brvaa demanded a test of Mr. Del-
aaotit't fidelity to Democracy and tbe
fhaolaaJs wfelch the Democratic party
rsywasn u ana .Manas tor.
JI0W IS THIS!
"I am not a high moralist, and not
so much opposed to stealing in it
self: bat 1 do question tbe judgement
of a man who steals a red-hot stove
that he is in no position to earry off.
Such a thief is a fool. Tbe attempt
of the UoiUd States to steal the lib-.
erty of tbe Filipinos is of the same
sort. I believe the American people
are waking up to this question."
Senator Mason of Illinois.
Oar Cooiity Attorney Likes "Coon"
Mr. O'Conoell, was in this part
of the cofcnty last week for a few days,
lie tSo tjfent a few days at his former
borne, tboegh w failed to learn his mis
lioa; so far but it is supposed to be on
accouot of his l(en apppetite for racoon,
of which 'animal be is very fond, and
which seam to be very plentiful in his
neigbuoKsood. t Last fall M. J. suocaeded
in capturing one of those animals altar
having dirposed or a small stack of wheat
for the animals benefit; after baviog
i. be finally decided the animal
was fat enougti, aod so he killed it and
had fine roasted "coou" for dinner,
Roast coco U quite a luxury around here
and Mr. 0,. maay friends would appre
ciate verjr much, a kind invitation tbe
belt time lie has one of those feasts.
r , coos.
' . OUR CLUBBING LIST- f
Thk Siocx Coitktt JotRNAt, and JocKat, of Aamctuma 1 Year, - (1.75
THa0a4WaWU, (N. t.) '
" sn-vwiKaioBf If aietiiH (D. C) 4
" " " CIXCIX3ATI WH.T txQCIBtR, "
- . '
Tas Jodskal will riablMh your bran, like
til followlna;, for 2 :00, per rear. Each ad
ditional brand 75 cents. JLvery farmer or
ranchmen in Sionx and adjoining counties
should advertise tbelr brands in ThkJoLB
HAL as it circulate all over tbe state. It
may be the meau of savins; money for you.
0teOwed) io March By ("Wyo-
, , (ming Muse.")
Old March we'rri glad to have your go.
WHS vottr zaroes, and storms and bllxs
' 'r , . ' arts, and snow.
vou tarried to long for any pood
Touneaall our feed ai.a burned all our
- ' ' wood. ;
Our cattle vou starved and aome you froze,
And out on lbs prairie have turned up their
' ' '.' , ; toes.
Their bones th coyotes soon will bare;
A ghastly reminder of "March on a Tear."
4J V .
Our calokeos too, have lost their toes
By Touf zeroes snd storms and blizzard
, . and snows,
And now snuet roost upon tbe ground
For Ue wsot of toes tbe poles tn clasp
While dorens are dead they didn't (He warm
The roof of tbe henhouse their bodies adorn
They'll luy there till tlie rain und sun
Keinuid us of March, and the havoc It done
Telt March, yO're gone, we're (rind to know
That April Will melt the four feet of snow.
That's lain on tse ground slnee Jim. tl
And, u mover the bones; rrim reminders of
you. , V ZvSiil
On left side of cattle and on loft
shoulder ot horeg.
Eange on Antelope crculc
P. o., (Jlillcnnst, t'ious Uo., Heb.
From a Sick 11 ,d He Writ His Hope
Washington, D. C, April 1. In reply
to a note sent to Senator Jones of Ark
ansas by Representative John Wesley
daines of Texas, elpressing hope of a
speedy recovery from the illness which
lias confined him to his room for some
time, Senator Jones has written the fol
"Washington, D. C, March 81. Hon
John Wesley Oaines, House of Represen
tatives Mv Dear Mr, Gaines; I am very
much obliged to you indeed for your
very kind note just received. It is con
trary to the doctor's orders for me to
write or to dictate anything, yet I can
not help thanking you for your very
kind note and for the kind expression
from Mr. Bryan. I am glad to think
that I am improving, and while I do not
believe that ( the doctors or I know
whether there is anything permanent in
what has occurred, the indications, to
say the least, are favorable, and I sincer
ely hope that I may be well again soon.
'I shall be glad to take a hand in the
next battle in the interests of tbe people
I hope and pray God that the people will
succed in that tremendous struggle. If
I could see a democratic president and
congress elected in 1900 I would feel like
saying in the language of the good old
man we read of: 'Jow. lord, lettest
thou thy servant depart iu peace, for
mine eyes have seen thy salvation.
Verv truly yours. Jamks K. Jo.NEy.
or Government Money.
FROM A SOLDIER'S FATHER.
Bad These Two Legislative Sill s.
, Following are two House bill Nos. 460
and 347, which passed both branches of
the legislature this winter aod become
law if governor Poynter, signes, or even
if he should not sign them anb fails to
exercise his vetointr aower tney wui
become law by limitation:
nouse roll No. 450, by Fisher, provides
that in funties haying not more than
10,000 inhabitants 'the commissioners
shall be elected from the county, and i
counties having more than 10,000 inhab
itant the commissioners shall be elected
from their respective districts. It repeal
the provision that in counties having
more than 79.000 and leas than ' 12.1,000
mhabidants the county commissioners
shall be elected by a vote of the entire
House roll No. 590. by the committe
on deficiencies, appropriates 1927.02 for
Ute payment of books, etc., for the state
library, owing to the state of Nebraska.
RAM Wl O I.IVK STOCK.
House roll No. 347, by Fisher, creates
a state registry of bruDds and marks, a
state brand and mark committee, and
provides for brands and marks upon live
stock. Any person having cattle, hogs,
sheep, horses, mules or asses shall have
tbe right to adopt a brand or mark for
the use of which be shall have the ex
clusive right in this state, afUr record
ing such brand or mark. A state brand
and mark comnHU is created wha shall
Would Not Begrudge His Son's
Wound If Caiwo Were Noblo.
Lincoln. Nab., March 30. The follow
ing is an answer by the father of one of
the boys in the First regiment at Manila
to the governor's telegram informing him
of the injuries received by his son:
"Many thanks for your very kind ana
thoughtful act of sending me telegram
apprising me of my dear noble boy's
'I join you in regretting the sad duty
devolving upon you not only by reasoo
of tlie possible serlouseoasepuenoe of bia
weund.owing to its location, but also
because it was incurred in the prosecuti
on of a conflict which is revolting to
every true American, and I know it is so
"Let us hope that tbe sacrifices tfut
are now being made by these ne-Me boys
may result in awakening in the hearts
of our people a full realization of tlie
dangers that threaten our most cherish
ed principles through the unscrupulous
rampacity of the can of law defying
adventurers into whose hand the destin
ies of this, our beloved countrv, have
temporarily been place by a misguided
people. Then indeed, though tbe price
dk1 may ha great, our noble boys ana
their relatives and friends will pot- have
suffered, bled, or died la vain.
At close of our Civil War in 1865,
there appeared in the London Times
the following : u:.
" If Uw mischievous financial poi-
irv which Kid its oriffin'in the North
American Republic during ttie later
Livu War in that country, should be
come indurated down to a fixture,
then that government wiil furnish its
money without cost. It will have all
the money that is necessary to carry
on its trade and commerce. It will
become prosperous beyond precedent
in tlie histOTy of civilized nations of
the world,.' The brain and wealth of
all countries will eo to North America.
THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE
DESTROYED OR IT WILL DE
STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON
THIS GLOBE." ' -
The famous Hazrard circular, to
capitalists in NW York; and the Buell
Bank circular to United States Bank
ers, both emanating from London, and
the fabulous corruption fund raised in
Englaad tfld Germany, estimated at
51,500,000, were the agents that se
cured the closing of our mints against
The "walk into my parlor" policy
of England, during and since the
Spanish War, is tbe latest evidence
of English Diplomacy in shaping the
destiny of tbe United States oovern
Notwithstanding the famine price
of wheat, the Spanish War, and tabu
lous expenditures of money by our
"government during the past year, gold
has increased in value eleven per cent
and all other values decreased in the
For' 4 thorough understanding of
the money question, or silver issue.
the Qncimtatt Enquirer has uniformly
given evidence of its ability to teach.
explain and produce all facts and
truth. It is a oarier that oucht and
cn be read by ail classes with pleas
ure and profit.
On left ii1e or hip of cattle, J
On left shoulder of hm-sesi. )
Kai;e on tbe head 01 Warbonuet
Address Harrison, Stouz Co. 'sb.
I B. W. CARET.
Ion left Shoulder of cattle and
Kanseon Little Cotter wood.
I'O. ., Crawford Nebr. .r-
ADVERTISE YOUR STOCK BRAND
Tbe brand ruprsented Ui t&u) notls
and brauded any wuei'e on left side -of
Also tbe L L bran4 any where uu.
left side tit oattle belongs to the
undersigned. ' ',
The brand represented In this notice
and brr.nded any where on left slda
of cattle, and over-lap out from l t
Also the same brund on left thigh of
horses, belongs to the undersigned.
i.iat' ceur at Springs, south part to
Sioux county. CHaElhs Sbwmsk,
THE SIOUX COUNTY JOURNAL
RE YOU A WORKER
la Weed er netalr Use
sod tur CetsJueu ef
' practical, Strong, Curable.
I W. F. & John Barees Co
t RochforA, Uaoois.
STSl I AT Z
-iTIie Commercial Bank.
Harrison, - - - - Nebraska.
(OCAPITAL STOCK PAID IN - -?b
SyilPLUS AND PROFITS - -
H. E. Brewster, President. C. F. Coffee, Vice President
Chas. C. Jameson. A. McGiitley,
D. H. Griswold, Cashier.
WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, Nw Yore.
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, OMAHA, N.
INTEREST PAID ON. TIME DEPOSITS.-
8 Read This Notice, Land For Sale.
JFOR SAI.E: 160 acres, situated on Running Water creek. 13 unlets
Ssouth of Harrison, in o oounty. EOGERT ROHW ER.
SFOR 8ALK: W0 torn, at the mouth of little Monroe easy on, in War
Mboonet precinct. QoeWI, story and a half frame house on ranch, 14x26
Mpainted, lathed and plastered; also barn for 12 horses, besides other buildingi
&od ranch; 2 acres under cultivation and irrigation, and much more can be'
Bput in same condition with little work; ranch is fenced and cross-fenced!!
SLittle Monroe creek runs through place. For information inquire of L.p
SOerUch or at the JOURNAL office. 1
JFOB SALE 160 acres, 3 miles North-west of town adjoining' the west
ffside of the Smith place. This place is cheap as dirt. Investigate by en-3
Squiring at this office or, of J. C. L. Ragland, Harrison, Neb.
IN TBB COUNTY COURT OF SIOUX
Io tha Mattlar of the EsUta of Joseph
a DVtnaaa, Uetaaeed.
Htate f Mebraaks, ,
Sloes, eeantr. Is ' ,
At a Cd)Hsy Cuu .' id In the County
ooert ". tn aa1 . fi 4 county tbla 3rd
dajef AViit of
: PinsMBajj jgb(r V County Jude.
tm read ts and.. J petition of Olde-
eu A. Pleason, 'that administra
tion M saia essaff iraated to lel
E. Olcklnson, aaurl 0,j nkor.
Oraernd, mat iWon! Veai X A. D. ISSS.et
i .. .
one o onica r
aklng thl" ,or
, is interested la
satdseatter mar ' "losmnte eourt
and ya. f ty. aad show
tfee t lne trP'iie petitioner
skaeUHiai be gra jo longer fust notice of
taeAenasBseyoi atan I, t w ana tne near
af Ibereaf , as ffv,enty.(0llirsons laterea
.swi an nw ainir
s said saatter e ing a copy ot
HeJ la the ti ' ,ty Jocksal a
lyWsaspaper1 qu'n said countv,
jar soneeeeiTff Lor to said day
Cures Impotency, Night Emissions and
wasting diseases, all effects of self-
abuse, or excess and indis
cretion. A nerve tonic and
blood builder. Brings the
Ink glow to pale cheeks and
restores the fire of youth.
By mail 50c per box, O boxes
for $g.flO; with written guaran
tee to cure or refund tbe money.
Send for circular. Address,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton stJaokaon 8ts CHICAGO, ILL.
Mi By Dr. J. E. rklaacy.
(loi'y) crd of alVn.aoM.
J . . m. m
lessor. -ouniy juafe.
I was reading an adrertisement of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy in the Worcester Enter
prise recently , which leads ma to write
this. I can truthfully say I never used
any remedy equal to it for colic and diai
rhoea. I have never had to use more
than one or two doaes to care the worst
case with myself or children. W. A.
Stroud, Popomoke City, Ud. For sal
by Dr. J. E. Phina-y.
A GODSEND TO HUMANITY.
Saves Health, Life And Doctor
The most remarkable tnreotlon for Man.
woman or child, cures without medicine,
prevents disease, you can have at home In
your own room. Sanitarium, Hot Sprlnm,
Turkish, Russian, Merilcntert, lry steam.
Vaiior Alcohol, Oxysen. p.-rtumed. Mineral'
or Sulphur Uatbs, at a cost of about Ic per
If tbe puklie, instead of fllllnfr their aya
terns with poison, by taking drag; end nna
troma, would ret into a vapor bath cabinet'
and sweat out these poisons and assist na
ture to act, tbuy would hare a skin as clear
smooth and healthy as a child 'a.
Ihe Koononiy Vupnr Rath Cabinet Is aot
onlyaluiury for the well, but a cemfert
aad cure for the sick. It restores and pre
serves health, prolongs llle, a uulck and ra
tional cure for Kheatnatlsm, OlMslty, Blood,
kin and Nervous dlsnnsxH uiul private tils
eases ot either sex. The best xprlng remedy
known, equal to any cablma made roetlng
fmni S to Siofl, price coiupluto eft ,00 with
full directions. Kcnnomy Vapor Bath caW
net Co., St. Ixula, Mo.
To A (rents: Don' waste time anaworlng
eaten peany sdvertlsetncuts, if you wish te
Improve your liosltlon tn life write Bs at
once and wowtll hnlp yon make an honor-,
able living 1 1 mv psf. t!i H S. or Caws
da. Wesnriv' 'Sv i.ans 'ji iiuiues
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