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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1899)
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If you are tired of laying high price you
can make money by buying your goods at the
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
Every body loverf a nice fitting, Stylir-h
Shoe,. We Sell the Queen Shoe, 'advertised
in all magazines at .'UKJ iu Boston, we sell
this graceful shoe for 2.75 right here at home
and save you die express besides.
All other leather goods will be sold
just as cheap in proportion; none but
the best kept in stock.
In Clothing, Dry goods 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, we are celling this
spring Ladies and Misses 5.00
Spring Hats for $2.50
Come & pee for
also ha n
dle the celebra
ted Valentine Flour,
none better in America.
Resides 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
Thubsday. June. 22ad, 180.
y 1 1 " ""
Geo. D. Canon, Editor and Prop.
F. E. t M. V E. jL lime talil.
Going Weit GoiiiR Kant.
0O. 8, mixed, 11 :20 So. 6. lulled :00
?. E. M. T. R. R. is the best
to and from the
HEAD WOOD AND HOT SPR1KG9.
The Best -Adrertislng Medium in
-Sortli-West Sebraaa, Is The SIOUX
F. E. & M. V. Tt. R.
Toiirth of .Jul j Excursion Hates.
Tickets will be sold July 1, 2, 3 and 4,
to all stations on F. E. & M. V., within
a. distance of 200 miles at One Fare for
Hound Trip. good, returning until
-(July 5th, ruicimum charge 50c.
F. Avkry, Agent,
F. E. & M. V. K.H.
fpeeUl Excurlon to Hot Springs,
Tickets will be sold Tuesdays, July
4th and 18th and Aug. 22, 1899, good
returning 30 days from data of sale at
One Fare Plus $2.00 For Round Trip
find on Tuesday. Aug. 8, 1339, at One
Fare For Round Trip.
F. Avery, Agent.
The Royal Neighbors ant icipat giv
ing a select social at their lodge rooms
on June 27th. A few chosen guests
:v been invitee to attend, and a motif,'
them ye editor and wife bows in acknow
ledgement of a kind invitation.
D. H. GriswoIJ, -and family who
have been enjoying a trip through the
Hills country during the past week, re
turned to their home n the Boulevard
1:t Wednesday nooo. Tbey spent a
. urligthf al week.
Mtate Brand Commissioner, M. J.
Mewett, received notice yesterday, from
the Secretary of State that blank applii
rations for brands under the new, state
law will be ready in a few days and al
parties interested should see to it that
their applications are sent in in time.
William Lidiard, of Rushville, Neb.,
ex-deputy U. S. marshal, who i travel
ir.f salesman for the Anchor wire fence
company, of Omaha, and one of tlie
friend Of ye editors yountf and boyhood
liiys, woe a plesant culler at this
Kxoctuiu yesterday. He was here in the
;ureret of the company which lie repre-
miiU, but found time to stop and chut
firijr 919 Umw flay.
Good Hay & Stock
Ranch for sale.
Dr. It. II. Blanehard,
Dentist, will be in Harrison,
June 26, 27 and 28th, pro
pared to do all kinda of Den
J. W. Smith, has a near
ly new Buckeye mowing ma
chine with basket, used two
seasons in perfect repair to
sell or trade.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bourette, were
guests of yt editors family Sunday.
Grant Guthrie is now duly installed
as cashier in the Commercial Bank dur
ing the brief sojourn of D. 11 Griswoid
and family at Lead city.
Perry White, who left here with his
family just raceotly presumably for
Gerins is bow at Alliance, where he has
a contract of grading.
Editor Davis of the Press, moved his
family up from Andrews, on last Satur
day and they are now domiciled in the
lower east rooms of the Andrews build
Rev. Oark, of Hay Springs Neb.,
but formerly of this village came in on
Monday noon to attend the Sioux county
Sunday school convention which is being
held at Bodiirc this week.
E. E. Iivermore returned from
Chadron, on last Saturday ".'here he lias
been during the past Several weeks un
dergoing a course of treatment from an
Osteopath. Mr. L., feels greatly pleased
at the success of his short stay, as lie
thinks be is now perfectly well which
his many friends will r pleased to hear.
S. IS. Coffee, who Ifcft litre with his
family last fall, for Georgetown, Tex.,
returned last Tuesday evening, and will
probably remain for a month or six
weeks, looking after his stock and ranch
in Hat Creek valley. lie shipped about
1200 head of cattle from Texas, which he
has for sale. They are atOrrin Junction
where they will remain for a couple of
weeks before coming through the rest
of the way. Mr, C. does not anlici
pate bringing his family back to Sioux
county, for the present at least He re
ports bis health has been fairly good,
during his sojourn in his native slate.
Wonder what our board of County
Commissioners are going to do relative
to the delinquent real estate tax io the
county this year. Certainly something
should be done to cause people to pay up
their land taxes. It would not be a bad
plan for the county to buy in the land
taxes, and thep at the end of two years
the county treasurer could get a treav
urers deed and thus, dispose of it and
get the taxes due the county. There are
those who pay their land tax regularly
every year, but it Is not right that part
of the people should pay up their land
and personal taxes and the other part of
them to escape their just dues to tlie
county for "What Is sauce for the goose
should be saucj for the gander."
00!! ME OE
-s u & m r
Tl;e place to Get Cood
Plains at all h r.t
The, following of v. hi h i;
nearly always found, at
the above place:
A complete assortment of
Ladies and Cents furvdsh
ing (3oods, Dry Good-, No
tions and Millinery.
A Good 1 i 1 1 of .Men's
Dmk Clothing, Hats and
Caps to suit the times.
Ladit s and Gents Fine
Foot Wear a specialty; and
Children,s Foot Wear care
For fjcCormic machinery, Barbed "Wire
and Salt; in fact nearly everything
kept in a vell regulated store. If you
are in Deed 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. II. BARTELL.
Virgil Hester returned from his bus
oess trip to Sioux City la., on last Satu
Pat Lacy, u now engaged in building
a new house for Chris. Christian, at
The wind mill which has been under
going some much needed repairs during
the past week is not whizzing round at
its old time speed yet.
J. S. Tucker, of Glen, was a visitor
at the county sent on lust Baturday, and
while here dropped in for a few moments
chat with the quill pusher of tha Jour
nal. Last Sunday was an ideal day for
children's day at the M. E. church, aud a
large attendance were present to witness
the exercises which, wera very entertain
ing. Tlie County fa thtrs are still in our
midst strivinj; to adjust assessment
matters amicably, which lh?y seem to
beacomplthhing to the entire satisfaction
A. JL K?nnPdy, of Crawford, was in
Harrison this week, on business connected
with his Ranch. He was accompanied by
a colored man, the Utter will remain at
Miss Robinson of Dead wood, S. Dak.,
cousin of Mrs. Will Bogrt came in on
the West bound train Monday to make
a short visit at tlie home of tha latter
just north of Town.
W. R. Smith and wife, parents cf
Mrs. John Marsteller who have been
stopping at the home of the latter dur
ing the past two months moved th(;ir
household effects out to the Marstt-llT
ranch the first of the week w here they
expect to make their future home.
Vt, L. Farlny, who taught school
up in tlie neighborhood of Portly, VVyo.,
during the past winter is now traveling
salesman for a CLicago school supply
house was in town the first of the wijk.
Mr Farley is a young man of sterling
worth. And we hope he may succed.
A very pleasant birthJay party and
given as a surprise was tendered Mr. and
Mrs. Ed. Maine on last Fri.luy evening,
it being the amiiversy of their birthday
which, singularly enough falls on the
same day. About thirty were present
and all report a way up time. Mr. find
Mrs. Maine are among our most highly
respected. families, and their friends (for
they are !gioti) availed themselves of
this opportunity, to testify their respect
and esteem for them.
fiupt. Elsie Merriam, handed us the
fore part of the week a circular letter re
garding Hie annual school meeting which
takes place the last Monday in June,
with a request that we publish the same
in this week's Jovrsal. flut, owing to
lack of space, and the large amount
of composition in the letter to be set up,
and thst the few sections, or parngrnphs
we might be able to print would be so
Incomplete, we concluded not to print
any pert of the letter. We wish to say,
however, that every voter, aisle, or fe
male, who is interested in the schools in
their respective districts should make it
their business to get a copy of the school
law and post themselves relative to the
annual school election and the duties of
the 9c!koI Boards.
The place to Get Good
Hargains in llubbers is at
J. ii. OARTELL'S,
Where a complete line of
warm Felts and Kublwrs,
with PRICES ALWAYS
Our line of GROCERIES
are line, as we always aim
to buy Good, Fre: h Goods,
iruoli as we know would
suit all our Customers.
We carry a complete line
of FLOUR & FEED; all
Flour guaranteed. Also,
we carry II A KD WARE &
The JutntVAl.'s poH from Wyoming,
will be given space in next week's issue;
look out for it, as it will be worth
Paul Brewster, of Cheyenne, Wyo.,
was in this vicinity this week, looking
after (stock out at his brothers ranch,
with a view to purchasing them.
IL 11. Russell, of Glen, is having u
new bouse erected -hi his Wil ls River
ranch. W. O. Patterson of this place
lias been engaged to d j tha carpenter
Goodson Lacy, who went west alx.ut
two months ago during tlie early sheep
shearing season and has been employed
in a sheep camp during that time return
ed to Harrison last Monday evening.
Tu'iv, whil"! in town !if!erpone
iu.-ui.-eratid .vir', ; . T m'T,"i ' U.jV.
a UlUe vt iiiri aruunij tu . u .xi, i 0,en struck
out south-west of town where thv were
overtaken ty John Jlonrette, vho took
after them with a horse. Little damage
was done to the horses, harness or wagon.
A few nails were lost but outside of that
everything was all O. K. iir. Turner's
man had gone to the dejKit for some wire
and had left the team without being
hitched, hence Die run-a-way.
Over la Wyoming.
J, II. Nea'Iin lost a colt the first of
Charles G laze of Craw ford, placed a
nice tombstone at the lif-ad of Mrs. Erd
inan's grave iu Pleasant Il du cemetery
week ago today.
The Pleasant Iialge cemetery associa
tion met at the cemetery, on Thursday
of last week and built a good four wire
fence around it.
C. I Christian is building a 21x32 feet
addition to the west i;!u of his house.
Hu will re-siJo th?o!d part on the south
and will piint the whole building, when
completed Chris, will have tlie largest
and finest residence in the east end of
the county. Pat unJ John Lacy re do
ing the carpenter work.
The school Ward has placed ails in tlie
Cheyenne weekly Sun Leader, und the
Lusk Herald caling fcr Lids for filUQ
district boM.ls, ulso an ad. in the Herald
calling for bids, for the budding ol a new
Lee .uniUrunnen, is working or Bob
Charles Christian arrived home from
University Place on Wednewluy of last
Mr, Arnold Wagner, who has been in
the U. 8. navy, during the past four
years, says there is but one country o
earth, and that is our own United Htate
The thermoinetjr rose to 011 in the
shade on lust Sunday. Crops look well
and if the reason is favorable, an abund
ant harvest will be guaranteed next fall.
County Superintendent Sherman, Is
expected to visit the schools in No. 7
district this week.
George Davis, was sight-seeing on
Lance Creek the first of last week.
Lost: Two boys, about the size of
tnen, bare-fooled, with no. 10 shoes on,
eoipty pockets' full of tohmco in their
clothes. Answers to the names of And
rew and Fraok; when last seen were on
the road to church.
.4 Fine Line of
Ladle's & 0
Children & Youth's
CELEBRATED LIBERTY BELL
e B h R
Call and look our Stock over be
fore Purchasing as we can SAVE you
DKK.SS JIAKIti HAIILOH.
The unders:gned just locatad
in lower north-vest corner room
of ANDREWS HALL.
prepared to do ali kinds cf dre:s-j
miking and sewing in her line.
The patronage ' !-( ublic is solicit.),
V.' o guii-.itf satisfaction and that
our charges will Ixj i- sm.abie.
Mr.;;, Ma;;-;i!; Ii .:.
1 was seriously anlicted with a cough
for several years, and last fall had a
more severe cough than ever before. 1
have used many r-.-wdies without roceiv-
i ,ng much nhuf, and b sin z r. r,i-ii'M."i:li)
llotrv a "(si ii.-e." t ,..; i n iiili
I iwiucdy, 1'V a iricii.l, Iio kuo.vmg ine
to lie a poor id', gave it to
tried it, and wilM i!ie most grat lyui;;
r-sults. The (irsl bottle relieved me
very much and the seccn I bottle has
absolutely cured rue. I have rmt had
as got ..'i lieaiih f(r twenty years. I
gave tUis certificate without s.d'.;itation,
simplv in ni'preciii'ioii of tlw gratitude
i felt lor the cur effected. l-:-p -cl fully
Mrs. Juu-y A. B 'anl. l lareuiure, Ark.
For sale by i-r. J. E. Pliinney,
Bad management kts ps more people
in poor circiimst.vuces than any oilier
one cause. To be successful m:e must
look ahead and plan ahead so that when
a favorable pH,rtiiiiity presents itself
m is ready to take Advantage of it. A
llttlx forethought will a!s savu iiiuih
expem e and valuable lime. A prtuiunt
and cure! ol man will keep a Ix.tlla tif
Chamls-rlaiti's ( 'oHe, Cholera and Iliarr
hue,i lteinly in the house, the chiftless
fellow will wait iitilil necessity compels
it nod then ruin his best hors'i going for
a doctor find have a log dne'or bill to
pay, 1-eMile:,; one pays out 25 cents, tlie
other is out a hundred dollars and then
wonders why his neighbor is getting
richer while he is getting poonr. For
sale by lr. J. R, Ph,miev.
hvytrnm (wiiIikc s kMh snd i1sMrliitln mur
qiii.-kif MftArlnlii ,ur riptnUrti fmb wliHhwr an
Inwiiiifin In f.n,tnl, r.nleiilahli.. Coniniiiiiii--tpmcMirti.ilro'niStlcKfli.l,
llmnltK-M-ik m I'mtiM
K-M fn. )li)ml muitnif 1tr prtirln palnl.
I'liffiioi tHkf-n fbn.uiiu Miinn k. Co. rcjve
tpfruu nsilue, without chirga, lu tti
A hn4onnir M!ntr1 wwkly, jirvr rlr-
ntlatlifft utxf ti-UntUA JfuntJ. Twbh, W a
j-tMr- fur mof,t fif $L HtM by all nWMlnUen.
UUNN Co. New Tort
Bian Ofliw. G t DC Wubtnsliio, D. C.
Krln4 UKK i-.imli prr m"Oi, So -
Hrvlng, nf lototiv4ninr:r i. W4 tvmHt, mnlgmtu
drura. 1 rlm.nl jifwriijr h.rml'M kail ilrksly eor,L-
Oueionjll ti urd lu k irM. t' II or fii,.
I A RH VOU A WOWCLI
i ju. t-i vvoj it n-i.ir irM
k'fd fur CatulusLt uf
Tract:.?, b'ro-nz, rurrhfe.
j V.', 1'. & hn bitntt Cm.,
,tU44i 80 YEARS'
Preachicg every other Sit bint Ii
at 1 1 o'clock a. m.. and every Sabbath
evening at 8 o'clock fit the M, E. church.
Every body invited to attend.
Pj:v. J. L. Kendaix, Pastor.
J. E. Pi I INN EY, M. I).
ri:ji-i;iii a at! Surifitin.
AH r:Oi: -!Frn rmijit utret: iiiju.
tmi': ia iri:f Hture.
Prompt attention given to all legal
mm ters in Justice, County and District
.ii. ris, ui.l before the United States
Fire Insurance written in nriiable
CirTATal J4rs carefully drawn,
IIaiuujx, - Neiika-ska.
I desire to Kell at private
sale, for cash, ."G head of cat
tle, 15 of which are cowh
with calves; 3 yearling steer;
1 two-year-old Hereford Bull
and 1G head of 2 and 3 year
old He if era. Kesidence is in
i Sowbelly canyon.
Don't Hend to Mont-
jyomery, Ward & Company
or to Elkhart, Indiana, for
your llarnesHeH. I can fiell
you better poods and much
cheaper. If, you are open for
conviction come and learn
A(,KST WANTKI) KOH "TIIK 1.1KB AJO
Ai lielveineiitnuf Admiral IlBwey," thewortilii
irrcHlfit huvbI liero. Hy iunt llivle'l,
tlie life Ionic frleml nnI a'liulrer of thn n tl
ou'ul'lol. HlKs-st Brnl tet Ixtok ; over Eon
liuirea, hxUl inetien; nearly 100 pHgr-s li.ilftmn
llliutmtlnn. (inlyil.W. Knornioiudrniua'i.
IliK Coin in IimiIoiid. Ontnt free. ( linlie eof
hfo time. Writ iiiiek. Tlie Uomlnluii Coia
inv, Jr 1 Viyr C,ixUn lUfljf., Cih.-hku.
CurcalmjKitcucy, Ni'ht Lnmsiunaand
aatlnif dkcai-co, all effects of self-
abuKC, or excess and indis
cretion. A nerve tonic and
IiIwmI builder. Urinjrg the
pink glow to pale checks and
-, . u 1 fire, a 4 , ftr . . 1.
r, . i v-' r, ii.v. uiv V 1UI1LII.
Hy mall COcperbox, ffboset
for k2.r0; with a written (puran--c
to euro or refund tha utoue).
Send for circular. Addrc,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Cl!r.:: C Jackcn Ct3. CH1CAOO, ILL.
hold V,y Vi. J. E Pliiutw;,
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