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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1899)
If you are tired of paying high prices you
can make money by buying your goods at the
RANCH 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 pell
this graceful shoe for 82.75 right here at home
and save you GOc express besides.
All other leather
just as cheap in proportion; none but
the best kept in stock.
In Clothing, Drygoods and Groceries we will meet all East
ern catagogue prices; no matter from what point
.goods may come. In addition to our gen
eral merchandise, Ave are celling this
spring Ladies and Misses 85.00
Spring Hats for 82.50
Come & see for
dle the celebra
ted Valentine Flour,
none better in America.
Besides we have 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 COUNTY
JOUR 3ST A. Ij.
Thcbsday. May. 25th, 1899.
On. D. Canon, "Editor and Prop.
JM.4H. VB.fi. timetable.
Going Went. feuing East.
Do. S. mixed, 11 M Ho. (j. mixed $r00
r. E. 1L V. R. R. is the best
to and from tbe
DEAD WOOD AKD HOT SPttlSGS,
We are requested to an
nounce that it ia the earnest
desir of those who have the
decoration cervices in hand
for next Tuesday that all
-will gather wild flowers, for
, the decoration of the graves
. of our deceased , soldiers at
the cemetery, on next Txies
lay; the flowers should be
gathered Monday aftoon.
House planta as well as wild
flowers should be offered for
decorating the Church and
graves. Love and respect for
the old eoldiers demand it
The children are expected to
take part in the decoration
District court which was to have
open on last Monday, was postponed un
A delegation from th Royal Neipb
bors Camp made a pleasant call at this
office thus week.
Deputy Revenue inspector and col
lector has been ia Harrison this week.
Attending to official matters.
The Semi-annual school apportion
ment of state funds for the first six
months ef 1899. for Sioux county s
J. L Fitzsimmoos of Kirtly, and
Martin Carroll, of Bodarc who went to
Goring about a week ago returned, from
that place on Mooday afternoon.
Mrs. T. O. Williams still continue
to improve though very "lowly Mr.
Williams is obliged through bis inability
t procure help, to look titer Mrs. W.,
s well m tbe housework,
Barrisoa has been a very lively
town this weak its streets have been
crowded from early mora till laU at
; aigfct, altogether our little Tillage of
' the plain has pat on a metropolitan
loot. Wbj not?
." A near m we cm estimate, tbe rain
trfaien ommmm! falling about - mid-
tffct law Friday continuing until -tome
tM atrtt there was about
Oeeaaioae blf tsufees and was per
r?toavMfeUaf rtfcatany one
goods will be sold
J. E. PHIXXEY, M. D.
Phyisdan and Surgeon.
411 calls given prompt attention.
Office In I)rug Store.
-HARRISON - XES3ASKA.
Preaching every other Sabbath
at 11 o'clock a. m., and every Sabbath
evening at 8 o'clock at the M, E. church.
Every body invited to attend.
Rev. J. L. Kendall, Pastor.
W. B. Wright, lost a valuable cew
by lightning on last Friday night.
Dr. lieridith, was a pleasant caller
al this sanctum between trains on last
While in town this week Hon. A. G.
Fisher did not forget to say a friendly
How" to ye editor,
J. E. Pelraen, of Adelia was a pleas
ant caller at this office one day this
week. Call again friend when in town.
The Best Advertising Medium in
North-Went Xcbrasa, Is The SIOUX
Outside of our home attornyes at
tending the present term of District
court now in se.ssion at this place are tbe
County Attorney Fanning of Dawes,
A. W. Crits and A. G. richer, of Cliad
ron, T. M. Morrow of Germg.
With this issue Mr. Carl Heumeier,
living on Soldier creek, will commence
the reading of the JocbsaL which is a
necessary adjunct to every well regulat
ed family in Hioux, Dawes, and Box
Eutte Counties. The JocttNAE is the
tribune of the people and ought to be
read weekly by the people.
After a very successful nine months
term our city schools will close tomor
row. Tbe upper room will not have
any commencement exercises but the
primary grade will give an entertain
ment tomorrow afternoon in the school
room. Much praise is due to our teach
ers for their untiring devotion to their
arderons work during year.
J. C. L. Eaglandlett for Millerboro
this state on last Thursday, where be
expects to make his future home. Bis
wife and family preceded him about a
month ago we were sorry to see Mr,
Ragland go as he is one of the kind of
neighbors who believe in trying to make
the lives of all those whom he may
come in contract with a little pleasant
er, by a kind word at least.
Tbe Jurors who were subpoenaed to
renort for service at the present term of
the district court last Monday, but on
account of couit being adjourned until
yesterday have been putting in their
lime as best they could, not having time
the most of them to return home, be
cause of the long distance as they would
be obliged to return immediately.
There were a score or more of witnesses
who were summonsed to appear in im
portaot cases which were liable to come
up for hearing at this term of oourt in
about the same predicament All have
tried aa muofa as possible, to put id the
time with aa little complaint aa they
could under tbe cwcumitanoas.
The place to Get Good
Bargains at all times is at
The following of which is
nearly always found, at
the, above place:
A complete assortment of
Ladies and Gents furnish
ing Good?, Dry Goods, No
tions and Millinery.
A Good line of Men's
Duck Clothing, Hat3 and
Caps to suit the times.
Ladies and Gents Fine
Foot "Wear a specialty; and
Children, s Foot AV'ear care
TO J. H.
For McCorraic machinery, Barbed Wire
and Salt; in fact nearly everything
kept in a well regulated store. If you
are in need of a large or small bill come
in and see what
before you send your money out of the
DKESS MAKING PARLOR.
The undersigned just located
in lower north-west corner room
of ANDREWS HALL.
prepared to do al! kinds of dress
making and sewing in her line.
The patronage of the public is solicited.
We guarantee satisfaction ami that
our charges will be reasonable.
Mks. Maggie Rosfxrajss.
TVbat Mcaneth Memorial Day?
What is the meaning of "memorial
day? Few of us inueVd slop to Hk our-
stlves tbH (.uestion. But we go to tbe
cemetery, and possibly jjiu ta tiie parage
nay, we even take part ia decorating the
graves of our departed loved ones, for
whether of kin or not, tbosa who dyed
with their blood our Gag are our loved
ones. Yet after the duy's work of love
is over did any of us ever repair to the
silent city of our dead, and note bow
quiet is the cemetery when the last
speech js made, the last flower laid upon
its graves and the last note of martial
music has died away? Then, only the
sentinel stars ker-p watch above the sil
ent ranks awaiting that last trumpet
call which alon3slis.ll wake them from
that hard-earned soldier's re.st.
Gently from the bands of beauty lovo-
invested flowers fall
Kot a tiero'sgrave is mittsing, there is
lore enough for all;
Bloisouis fair for those who battled
where the British guns grew stilL
And a people row) to grandeur from the
slopes of Bunker Hill!
Roses red and white for thousands who
at home and far away.
In the shadow and the sunshine, camp
forever and a day,
Let the Southland's proud palmetto
touch the Northland's gtntle pine.
Where the birds are singing sweetly on
the battle's ghostly line.
Written for the occasion.
Rain began falling about six o'clock
on last Friday evening and kept it up
until about six o'clock Sunday morning
A great amount of water fell and every
one seems happy.
Leonard Christian caught a coyotfl in
a trap one day last week. He readily
dispatched it and will claim the bounty,
Florence Christian is teaching her old
school near Manville, so we understand.
At the meeting of the school board on
the 15th inst. it was decided to rant a
bouse and have a two months term in
the west end of tbe district, school to
begin at once. They at once procured a
room in John Button's house, but up
to this time have not been able to get
seats. As sooa as scats can be procured
school will begin.
Mr. Goodwin, Lusks photographer was
doing business on tbe Ridge one day last
Mr. Farley representing the O. A.
Evans school Furniture co. of Chicago
was interviewing the school hoard oo
Wednesdap of last week. ZtXBEL
The place to Get Good
Bargains in Rubbers is at
J. H. BARTELL'S,
Where a complete line of
warm Felts and Rubbers,
with PRICES ALWAYS
Our line of GROCERIES
are line, as we always aim
to buy Good, Fresh Goods
such a s w e know would
suit all our Customers.
"We carry a complete line
of FLOUR & FEED; all
Flour guaranteed. Also,
we carry HARDWARE &
we can do for you
J. H. BARTELL.
Prompt attention given to all legal
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, and before the United Statef
Fire Insurance written in reliable
ftfljs,:& papers carefully drawn.
Harrison, - Nebraska.
Distrt court, which was ordered ,for
!Liy --nJ, last "Monday, l.ut as Jude
Westover, was unable to reach here
sooner than yesterday, clerk of the
court, Blewett adjourned the term over
until Wednesday, May 21th wbt-n his
honor Judge Westover was on hand for
business, going direct to the court room
and at once ordered court convened.
After hich adjournment was taken till
after dinner. At the afternoon session,
the following cases were taken up by
the attornies and presented to the court
for trial for adjudication:
Criminal case State of Nebraska vs.
Ed Douglas for cattle stealiug. Tbe or
iginal information as filed by county
attorney was demunel te by t'efenlant's
attorney, aud busta.r.eJ by tin court, nd
the county Attorney asked leave to file
a new complaint instanter, the court
The case of V rgil A. Iltb-r vs. Myr
tle Hester was callod up during the in
termission, while County Attorney O
Connell was repreparing the criminal
case of Nebraska vs Ed Douglas. The
case of Hester vs. Hester is tbe one sup
posed to have beau disposed of last full
wherein a decree of divorce was granted
to the plaintiff and the custody of the
little boy Cecil, was awarded to the
defendant, his mother with certain priv
elages granted to the father and mother
relative to each having its company a
share of the time during the pleasure of
the court. Now comes the defendant
asking an order from the court on con
dition that a proper bond is fild for
permission to remove the child from his
jurisdiction into S. Dakota. But the
plaintiff Usui filed objections and asks
for the custody of his boy, offering a
good and sufficient bond for tiie care
and roairlance while the boy is in his
pessesaion. The court listened to the
arguments pro and con and after about
five hours consideration, decided that
the best thing to do was to leave the
decree stand as originally txud by the
t ae of Nebraska vs. iMuglas, is now
on trial and will not be concluded before
tomorrow morring. After which the
case of Nebraska vs. John Karris, for
horse stealing will be taken up.
Tbe entire court proceedings will be
given in next week's issue.
I have been a sufferer from chronic
diarrhoea ever since the war and have
used all kinds of medicines for it. At
last I found one remedy that has been a
succestt as a cure, and that Is Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. P. E. Orisham, Guars Mill?,
La. For sale by Dr. J, B Phinsey.
A PICTURE OF
A PICTURE OF
BLOWING OP OF Tffi MAINE,
A PICTURE OF
BATTLE of MANILAS
Any of these three with
The Woodmen of the World
will please remember that our
Camp is to march with the
procession here on Decoration
day. Every Sovcrign should
W. II. Davis.
A fctulCaseof Drowning.
On last Saturday morning the start
ling news reached this village of the
death of Alex Brown, by drowning in
Old Woman crek, in Wyoming, while
trying to ford the creek on hurseback.
The creek is ordinarly dry, but owing to
the recent rains it was very high and the
current was so great that the horse was
lifted bodily, and thrown suVw.'ijs thus
his riikr had no p)&iile n.aus of e xupi!
from his death. Mr, Brown was on his
way to the sheep tramp with provisions
to his men, which ha failed to reach.
He was unmarried, tbout middle life,
and every body friend. All this com
munity will be nonpluwed to learn of his
sudden death. Mr, Brown had but just
recently returned from Tampa, Florida
where be was with Torry's Rough Rid
ers who volunteered to deflnd our flag,
during the Spanish war. While in the
South Alei, had a chance to display his
valor and bravery, during a wreck on a
railroad train in which he relieved a
number of wounded comrades, and for
his gallant acts in that one instance, lie
was promoted from a private soldier to
the rank of sargeant. We have not
learned just when the funeral bervices
will be held.
AOKNTS WASTED FOR "TlfE J.irE AND
Arhclvemcuuof A'tuitril Iow"y," tbe worlds
greatest nnral hero. 11 jr Murnt Uuatcnri,
the life long friend snd admirer of the n sti
oo'sldol. IHg(fft ami bot book; over C0
putrei, SxlO inch; nearly 100 psge-) halftone
illnttrations. (mlytl.DO. Knormou demand.
Bit; OommiHtiuns. Outfit freo. Clianc eof a
lifetime. Wrltequlck, The Ioniinlon Com
any, r! floor Cailon Bldg., Cbicugo.
My son was afflicted with rheumatism
which contracted his right limb until he
was unable to walk. After using one
and a half bottles of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm he was able to be about again. 1
can heartily recommend it to persons
suffering from rheumatism. John Snid
er, Freed Calhoun Co., W. Va. For sale
by Dr. J. E. Phinney.
Many old soldiers now feel the effect
of the hard service they endured during
the war. Mr. Geo. 8. Anderson, of Ross
ville, York county, Perm., who saw the
hardest kind of w-rvice at the front, is
now frequently troubled with rheuma
tism. "I had a severe attack lately," he
says, "and procured a bottle of Chamber
lain's Pain Halm. Jtdidso much good
that I would like to know what you
would charge me for one dozwn bottles"
Mr. Anderson wanted it both for his own
use and to supply it to his friends and
neighbors, as every fsmi!y should have
a bottle of it in their home, not only for
rheumatism, but lame bock, sprains,
swellings, cuts, bruises and burns, for
which it is unequalled. For sale by Dr.
J. E, Phinney,
Salt! Salt!! Salt!!! For
Sale at G. W. Hri'mis.
I have a Xew good Heifers
left, yearlings and two-year-olds
that will go cheap if
V. A. Hester,
NOTICE-.-I will sell at
public auction, Saturday,
May 27, 1899. at 2 o'clock p.
rn., in Harrison, three Horses
and Saddle and Bridle.
Dr. J. E. Phinney.
rv "200 head of good young
Native Cows, also 200 head of
yearlings; most of them steers
will sell cheap if sold soon.
They can be seen at my
Ranch 8 miles north-west of
. George Hitshew.
825, reward will be given
for information that will
lead to the arrest and convic
tion of the person, or persons
who cut my wire fence, four
miles west of Glen last Sun-
day night May Dth, and also
on follow ing Tuesday night.
For Sale:-a stud Colt,
three-year-old, sired by an im
ported, thorough bred Stal
lion, darned by seven-eights
Shire. Colt can be seen at
my residence in Warbonnet
precinct. Chab Bieuls.
fST'Don't pond to Mont
gomery, Ward & Company
or to Elkhart, Indiana, for
your Harnesses. I can sell
you better goods and much
cheaper. If you are open for
conviction coine and learn
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