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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1899)
gllov To Make Money.
If you are tired of paying high prices you
ran make money by buying your goods at the
RANGE SUPPLY HOUSE.
Every body loves a nice fitting, Stylish
Shoe. We Sell the Queen Shoe, advertised
in all magazines at $3.00 in Boston, ,-we sell
this graceful shoe for $2.75 right here at home
and save you COc express besides.
All other leather goods will be sold
just as cheap in proportion; none but
the best kept in stock.
In Clothing, Drygoods and Groceries we will meet all East
ern Catalogue prices and will throw in a set of Glass
Dishes, worth 2.50, for every $20.00 worth you
buy for cash. Also, come in and see our
Lad i es Wrappers and Shirt 'Waists.,
they are DAISIES and will
be sold very low. Call
aud get our prices
before you buy
dle the celebra
ted Valentine Flour,
none better in America.
3esides weJiave full line of Crockery.
If you want a suit of clothes made
to order we are Agents for
Royal Taylors of Chi
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE, l gerlach, Prop. .
THE SIOUX COUHTY
Thtjbsday. April. 6th, 1899.
49c. D- Cium, Editor and Prop.
- . Going Wwt . (Joinir East.
0a. , mixed. 11 :J0 1 So. . mixed '-00
E. M. V. R. R. is the best
to and from the
DI AD WOOD AID HOT Sr RINGS.
t. E. k M. T. R. It.
Aneelal Excursion to Hnt Springs, S. D.
Excursion tickets will be sold
'Tuesdays Febuary 14th and
28, 1899, at one fair for the
round trip, good returning 30
days from date of sale. Fair
from Harrison, 4.40.
P Avert, Agt.
tSSTJon't send to Mont
igomary, Ward & Company
or tb Elkhart, Indiana, for
your HarnesHcs. I can sell
you better goods and muob
cheaper. If you are open for
-conviction come and learn
" for yourself.
. Fred Pulln. and Miss Mason, daugh
ter of J. T. II moo, of Olen have been
civeo license to marry. Though we did
not learn just etheo the event took
4 place. ..
. V Mr. W. B. Wright, ho been quite
indisposed again tfcis week, but at this
writing we Are pleased to state be is
Try much improved. S - '
There h little or no interests taken
, in our village eteotion Tuesday. The
jra village members 4 rn number wer
reelected and O. W. Hester was elected
IO fill vacancy canned by E. Rower re
furng to qualify a ' year ago. There
were only 8 voteet east out of possibly
-S5lo tb village.
. A deal- m completed Tuesday,
- -7 'Mtmnby Fare , Bjgntow become owner
,ai4WCstsrof the candy "snap" owned
-tT iw yaan bjr J, W. Smith
T"TP. ?. W anderstand Mrs,
...... .. -itJ far the present, conduct the
tTh, '-Vm U. Bmlow until such
' cm HMke arrangement to
V; , - fj ":y5 wwiMSB UmnH. We jenraed
lfy'iZ&iM1k Ur. Biejelow bad
l,fy, t.jfc-t mt ft, atock Md woold
53n Mum to sM other
J. E. PHETNEY, M. D.
Fhybciaa and Sergeon.
111 ealla given prompt ttleatlcm.
OWce lo Dmg Store.
-RAKEIBOH - KKBRA8KA.
Prompt attention given to all legal
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, and before the United Stater
Fire Insurance written in. reliable
3orapaniefi. , .
i Legal papers carefully drawn.;
ILiBitisoN, - Nebraska.
Perry Kfrkpatrick, informed us that
every thinp sold first class at his sale.
Frank Stral ton, is now the sole
owner of the property heretofore owned
by William Noreish, his deed having
been duly recorded on last Monday.
, M. J. Weber of Glen, was doing busi
ness, in Harrison on last Monday,
Frank Stratton, expects to farm on
his own ranch this season. Good for him.
Miss Louise Linderaan of Crawford
is spendio? a few davs at the home of
her sister M.-S. M. J. Blewett.
A big crowd, and a first class time,
is the synopsis which is given by all who
attended the ''hop" on last Monday night.
A. L. Statidenmeir was among those
from out of town, who graced our city
streets with their pretence on last Mon
day. . . ulaus tflnstensen of Montrose pre
cinct was a Harrison visitor on last Mon
day and while here did not forget to say
a friendly "faow" to ye editor. He was
accompanied by his daughter Mrs. Chas.
Mrs. Kirtley, of Kirtley, Wyo., who
has been.uisiting in Texas and Missouri,
during the past two months returned to
this city yesterday. Mr. Kirtley was
here to meet her, and take her the rest
of th journey over land.
In 1888 my wife went east and was at
tacked with rheumatism. She received
no relief until she tried Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. Since that time we have
oever&een without it We find it gives
instant relief in cases of burns and scalds
and is-eever failing for all rheumatic and
neuralgic pains. D. C. Brant. Santa
Yaec Cal. For sale by Dr. J. E. Phin
nev. A letter from Representative Fierier,
at Llaooln, was received by us last Mnn-
My containing the important information
diet the wolf appropriation of $45,000,
iad passed both branches of the legisla
ture but that it would not in all probab-
Uty be sufficient to pay all the claims
now filed in the different counties of the
state. If also informs us that the
claims will hove to be paid in the order
in which they have been filed. Also,
that the (ooney for paying claims will
not be available on til after July 1, 18M
Bssidee Uh above pe furmeties us a copy
ofclaJM MmK wbteb sjbonld be Med in a
deaaod fr state wwnwt frea the audi-
The place to Get Good
Bargains at all times is at
J. H. BARTELL's
The following of which is
nearly always found, at
the above place:
A complete assortment of
Ladies and Gents furnish
ing Goods, Dry Goods, No
tions and Millinery.
A Good line of Men's
Duck Clothing, Hats and
Caps to suit the times.
Ladies and Gents Fine
Foot Wear a specialty; and
Children, s Foot Wear care
60 TO J. ft BARTELL'S
For McCormic machinery, Barbed Wire
and Salt; in fact nearly everything
kept in a well regulated store. t If you
are in need of a large or small bill come
in and see what we can do for you
before you send your money out of the
' J. H. BARTELL.
There will "be maas at the
residence of Anton Mora vek?
in Harrison, on April 29th.
All members should attend.
M. J. Blewett and his family return
ed from Crawford, Monday noon, wtiere
Mrs. B. and children went last Friday to
Upend Easter with ber parents, Mr. Blew
ett going down Saturday. , '
E. E. Livermore, we learn is quite
sick with heart trouble, but we hose be
will soon be out again and. enjoying bis
usual good health. ,-' .
Hay is one of the scarce articles of
feed in Korth-west Nebraska this spring.
Hence every body having stock to feed
are anxious to see the gra frrow.
J. X. Hason, has rande apijiicalioivto
lease school section No. 30 about a mile
and a half, North-west of Olenf and
will locate a saw mill on one corner of
tbe land some time iu the oear future.
Ed. O'Connor has concluded to take
two month's more study and last Mon
day evening he and Olney Kendall, took
the train fer Chadron, where they
will finish the spring term at the ac
ademy. Lee Dickinson, returned from Cairo,
Moh., last Saturday, where be and his
brother weot couple of weeks ago to
burry the remains of their brother Joseph
wbo died at the M. E. hospital, Omaha
about that time.
Chas. Newman, was in from his
East Springs Ranch on last Monday, to
meet bis better half and little one whom
grandpa Christnnen had brought over
frons Montrose. Mr. and Mrs.. Newman
remained in town over night.
Mrs. Frank Scott and three children
and Mrs. Maggie Rosecaa and little .girl
of Seward county this atate, the former
a sister of Jobs Finley, the latter a sister-in-law
of Mrs. Scott, have come to
Sioux county to locate permenautaly if
this country proves to be satisfactory
to them inside of a reasonable length of
It now transpires that the man who
came here a couple of weeks ago--so we
are told bad no right to take the cat
tle away which the Will boys have been
wintering.. ' Ashe did not hold, either
the mortgage or notes given by them.
A gentleman now cornea from -the -east
and claims that he is the rightful owner
of the securities. So, it now seems that
there is likely to be more trouble
over the cattle, which in alt probability
is liable to involve tbe boys in fresh dif.
ficulty. Ttey should,' have demanded
their paper or refused to have permitted
their cattle being taken away.
"A word to tbe wise is uflloient'' and
a word from the wise should be sufficient
but you ask, who are tbe wise? Those
who know. Tbe oft repeated experience
of trustworthy persona may be taken for
knowledge. Mr. W. M. Terry says
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy fives bet.
ter eatief action than any other in the
market 11 baa been in the drag bnsi
neea at Eltrtoo, Ky., for twelve yean;
baa sold fcvadred of bottle ef thin rem
dy nod nearly all other ooaft medicine
manufactured, which shews conclusive
ly that Chamberlain's le the meet satis
factory to tbe peosW, d is ft best.
The place to Get Good
Bargains in Bubbers is at
J. H. BARTELL'S,
Where a complete line of
warm Felts and Rubbers,
with PRICES ALWAYS
Our line of GROCERIES
are fine, as we always aim
to buy Good, Fresh Goods
such as we know would
suit all our Customers.
We carry a complete line
of FLOUR & FEED; all
Flour guaranteed. Also,
we carry IURDWARE &
We learned through J. T. Mason
that there are 600 soldiers, now located
at Ft. Robinson and that more are com
ing, also that the government authori
ties at the post are contracting for 1,000
cords of wood to be delivered this sea
son. , . " 1
There is considerable complaint this
spring by stockmen that Urn calves are
dying from dysentery after the calves
get to be about two or three days old,
and without any apparent cause for it
Besides it effects the males altogether,
the females, escaping entirely.
Andrew McGinley, who has been
back to his old boyhood home in Maine
during the past two months, returned last
Friday, accomoaniffd tv hi' si'tnr Mrs.
MatljeWK, who will visit with her b-oth-or
and family for some time. Every
body is pleantKl to see Mac back in this
nock -o-the-woods again.
In the American Monthly Review of
Review lor April the editor reviews the
work of the Fifty-fifth Congress, exam
ines the present status of the various
plans for inter-oceanic ship transit dis
cusses the latest developments in the
Philippine situation; and comments on
tbe other News topics of the day in home
and foreign politics, including tbe cabi
net change in Spain and the altered rela
tions of Germany, England, and the
J. T. Mason, was up from Glen, last
Saturday, doing business with Judge
Wilson's Court, and while here showed
tbe boys around town a few points io
handling the boxing gloves, he being an
old sport and hand at the business. He
even wert so far as to ask ye editor to
put on tbe gloves and be "knocked up to
pek," but, accidently we learned profes
sionals in Harrison and vicinity had been
knocked out byJ. T. so we declined with
thanks concluding that a "living cow
ard" was better to us, than to be a dead
I will offer for tale at Pub
lic Auction,, at the Livery
Barn, in HARRISON, Neb.,
atl o'clock p. m., April 15,
lc?99, the following described
personal property, to-wit:
6 Head yearling SteersY
. 3 .Head 2-yeai-old Steere,
1 Short yearling Steer,
2 Steer-calveH, 5 months.
1 Wagon, 1 Hay Rack
1 Harrow, 1 StirngPlow,
1 Potato Plow 1 Brakng "
1 Lot of TooIb, consisting of
Spades, Shovel, Mattock,
Wire Stretcher, Hammer,
Crows-cut Saw. &c. About 50
bushels of Oats, 25 bushels of
Potatoes, 15 bushels Millet
seed and other things to no
merou to mention.
P, ft Biqilow.
A PICTURES OF
A PICTURE OF '
BLOWIG UP OF THE MAINE,
A PICTURE OF
i BATTLE of MANILA
Any of these
Over In WTindaf.
We understand that Mrs. 8. L. Kirtley
is expected to arrive at home tomorrow.
Did vou .ever see such an easier?
Snow from four inches to four feet deep
deD. with the thermometer down ton
(above zero) no efe-g and not much pros
pect of an early spring.
Feed is tetting scarce and those that
have straw for sale find a ready marked
at good prices.
Wood "piles are getting low and those
that have a supply are digging into the
snow to get out a few logs now and then
to supply their less fortunato neighbors-
Thanks to Francis Deuel who divided
wilh Zekiel to keep him from freezing
during the lust two weeks.
J. H. New land, will close a five and
one half months term of ucliool, on Frid
ay the 14th.
Dora and Charles Christian are sxnect-
ed borne, from University Plaoe, on Sat
urday April 15. Dora will begin her
e.hool, in Went pleasant Ridge, the 24th
of this month, Zotel.
My wife has used Chamberlain's Pain
Balm for rheumatism with great relief
and I can reccommend it as a Kplendii
liniment for rheutratism and other hous
ehold use for which we have found it
valuable. W, J. Cyler. Red Creek N. Y.
Mr. Cuyler is one of the leading mer
chants of this village and one of the most
prominent men in this vicinity. W. G,
Phippin, Editor Red Creek Herald, For
sale by Dr. J. E. Phioney.
NOTICE:-There will be
Lutheran services at the
M. E. church Saturday, Mch.
18th, 1899, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Ret. F. G. Winoks.
ry other Sabbath at 11:00
o'clock a. m., and every Sab
bath evening at the M. E.
J. L. Kendall, Pastor.
tSTParties wishing to
sell or buy land should
call on or write to the edi
tor of THE SIOUX CO
erVsrWRBs MMaWVeMMeMts f aW Bsp
W'lmt ShttU We Do.
A serious and dangerous disease pre
vails in this country, daogerou because
so deceptive. It comes on so slowly yet
surely that it is often firmly seated be
fore we are aware of it .
The name of this disease which may
beiUvidni uiui three distinct ststges i,
first, Kidnev trouble, ifdi-atd by pain
io back. rheumatism, lumbago, Inuuent A
dwr to urnwU, often with a buroinjf v e
seusbt on, the How of nrine being copioua
or Ncaut with strong odor.
If allowed to advance, this rear he t-e
8 -cond stage, or Bladder trouble, with
h-avy pain in the abdomen low down I e
tween the navel and the water nusiag.
Inceaaing desire to urinate, with scaldii g
sensation in parsing, small quantitir
biu passed with difficulty, noiueliuiee
neceitry to draw it with instruments,
of uric acid mt gravel hae formed, it will
prove dangerous if neglected.
"M.e Thirn stag tt Bright' Diwaxe.
There is comfort in knowing that Dr.
Kilmer, the great kidney aod bladder
spv;ialutt, has discovered a Remedy fam
ous for iti marvelous cunts of the most
distressing car ond known as 1 r. Kilm
er's Swamp Root.
It is sold by all druggiHts.
As a proof of the wonderful virtues of
this great discovery, Swamp-Root a sam
ple bottle aod book of valuable infrnia
tion will be sent atari utely free by mail
on application to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Bing'
hampton, N. Y, When writing kindly
mention that you read this liberal offer
in the Sioux County SqvwUlL
S for 1899
of the Spanish
READY FOR SALB
J JANUARY Jrt, J
Tofttlux with .
The Battfe Cakndar
of the Rejxifcfico
EDGAR STANTON IXAOAY
PRICE 2S (XNTSe
1 1 mt
for ntle by Dr. J, & fjtinoty.
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