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If you are tired of iayin hiijh prices you
ran make money by buyiiW your goods at the
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
Every body love3 a nic-3 fitting SiylWi
h-. AVe Sell the Queen Shoe, advertised
in ail magazines at $'5.00 in Boston, ve fell
this graceful shoe for 75 right here at home
and wive you COc express besides.
All other leather
just as cheap in proportion; none hut
the best kept in stock.
In Clothing, Drygoods and Groceries we will meet all Ea?t
earn catagogue prices; no matter from what point
goods may come. In addition to our gen
eral merchandise, we are Felling this
spring Ladies and Misses 5.0J
Spring Hats for 82.50
Come & yee 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
Itoyal Taylors of Chi
: RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE, L- gerlach, Prop.
THE SIOUX COUNTY
Thbbsdat. July. 6th. 1899.
D. Canon, Editor and Prop.
. I. . V a. 11e table.
ttoburWest. Gains Cut.
Mo. I. mixad 11 30 1 Bo. . mlxed. 8 :0O
47. PL M. V. E. K. is the best
to and from the
DKADWOOD ASD NOT SFElliGS,
F. . It M. T. B. K.
JfCiflil Excursions to Hot Springs
Ticket will be sold Tuesdays. July
4th and 16th and Aug. 22, good
.returning 80 days from date of sale at
One Far Plus $2.00 For Bound Trip
ad on Tuesday. Aug. 8, 1839, at One
.Fare For Bound Trip.
F. Aveky, Agent.
. Oc last Friday Mrs, W. JL Davis
.entertained her sister Mrs. Myrtle Bca
Urof Cody Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Griswold, of
43mnd Boulevard, are entertaining the
fba former's cousin, Mrs. Terrell, and
daughter, Miss Maud, of Platville, la.
Mr. and Mrs. I C. wrigbt, went to
Whitney on last Monday evening to
peod the 4th, with friends. They retun -,d
to Harrisoa yesterday noon.
BORN To Mr. aod Mr. Oscar Story,
at Story, on last Tuesday, Juae 27th, W
daughter, very body doing well in that
MHua-noM so far as we know,
Mrs. Wallace and daughter wont to
to canyon on last Saturday, to spend a
few days with John and Frank as well as
to hearths eagle so ream.
State Brand commiasoaer Blewe 4
ft for Iineola on last Thursday even
inf to meet with the other members of
the board who assembled for their first
meeting on th Ant of Inly.
Mrs. Ki. Maine, acoompanied by ber
idaugtar Mrs. Dott, went to Chadron, on
last Satarday areaing, to spend the 4th,
with friend la that city. They returned
OOs Louis tJarUian, is now im
.plorai in the family of station agent
Avery, Uaijia Hunter, being obliged to
Abandon bar nonttton there, owing te th
not of bar havtnf met with a'paisful no
icHmi hy atwaring nnnrtaty between on
.nf bar atbs Mi ngat.
ayiXKyteylar yar and always
CtraCJ KxmT Can Kr. W. B. Coo-
goods will bo sold
CIKL TANTED-WUI ni? a
gotxl j?irl. of experience $20 per
month to do general housework
in a small famil r. Address Sirs.
M. C. Harrow Dougluf, yoruinj.
. T. Mason of CI lea accorapaoied by
his son were Harrison visitors Monday,
John Davis, and family, spent lst
Sunday down on Runninx Water, the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Bourette.
Mr. Oscar Ward has moved his fam
ily into the bouse jost recently vacatei
bv Mr. Rohwer. The latter with his
family are now comfortably douieiled
in their mansion on the hill.
Mr. Ed. Bowker who has teea up at
Lusk, during tLe past three or four
weeks returned to the family firs-side on
last Friday evening hence the broitd
smile on Mrs. B's face.
Mrs. E. J. Wilcox, of the oast side,
Whose health lias been quite poorly
during the past several weeks, is much
'better at this writing. This ber maoy
friends will be pleased to hear.
Frof. Boush; who one year ago
last Tuesday, won the $2,00 bicycle prize
at this place, passed through by rail,
on last Monday, going west to llanville,
to spend the 4lh, where he taught a suc
cessful nine months terra, and we learn
lie is most anxiously sought after for
the coming year by the school hoard.
Grandpa Wright who has been en
eased ia beautifying the Turner mansion
both interior and exterior relumed to
ITarriin on last Suntlar owing to the
fact that his paint Urusk Iwcame dry for
lack of paint He will return and com
plete his work later on. First however
he has work claiming his immediate at
tention at Glen.
Judge wilson returned from Wheats
land, Wyo.. Sunday. He reports
Julius and tlie other boy as getting along
with their farming nicely. They have
the first crop of Alfalfa cut and put up
and his Honor seems to be well pleased
th way the boys are getting along with
their wark up there.
About 3 o clock Mondav morning
a nice shower of rain commenced falling
and continued to fall excepting short in
tervals of 20 or SO minutes up until noon
or there about, it lias been a great bless
ing to the grangers and stockmen alike
a it was getting very dry again and the
bay crop as well as the garden and grain
crop were sure to bave been very
Persons troubled with diarbaea
b interested in the experience of Mr,
W. M. Bush, clerk ot hotel Dorrance,
Providence R. L He says: For Several
years I have been almost a constant suf
ferer from diarrhoea, the frequent at
tacks completely prostrating ma and
rendering me unfit for my duties at tbis
hotel. About two years ago a traveling
salesman kindly handed me a small bot
tle of Chamberlains Colic, Cholera nd
diarrhoea Remedy. Much to my stir
prise and delight its effects wera imme
diate. Whenever I felt symtoms of this
disease I would fortify myself against
th atttack with a few doses of this val
unblo remedy. The result has been very
satisfactory and almost complete relief
For tate by Dr. J.
The place to Got flood!
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, Hats and
Caps to suit the times.
Ladies and Gents Fine
Foot Wear a specialty; and
Children, Foot Wear care
TO J. H.
For ftlcCormic 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 we can do for you
before you send your money out of the
LOST: A buld -faced St. Bernard dog
is very gentle, and answers to the name
of Lion". Any-botly finding, or know
ing of bis whereabouts will please catch
and tie him up, and send us word and we
will pay for trouble. Knoiu Bsos.
Chris. Bulling, is down frsn the
Flyipptoa ranch on business today.
Oscar btory will have tha honor of
makiag the first application for Ux k
brand under the new state lrand law.
For an up to date costume, ladies
should select styles from an up to date
magazine. This they will Dud in purus-
ng MeCaU's magazine.
llerbet Lacy who has been employed
around Lusk in a sheep camp during the
past several months returned to Harrison
Mrs. Kendall w ho lias been to very
ill during the t.ast week is tow rapidly
P.it Lacy, went down the rokd last
Saturday to tpead the 4th and retimed
M. J. Liewett returned from Lincoln
to-?ay, where he has been to meet with
t'ie new stock brand committee.
Miss Mary Noreisch who came down
from Douclas on last Saturday uigl.t
returned to tier duties in that city yes
rrank Johnvn has r urcha'! a tome
of Mr. RceJ, he will move it into town
soon as the haying is ov-r so he ea gel
some oim to help him. lie has also pur
chased a lot which is the cecond lot north
of Mr. I'rid ly's.
Mr. Ih-nry Warneka is enterta.ning
her sister, Mrs. Jverson, of Houston, Tex
Thj lady has interests in this m tiou
and we understand will invest still more
capitol here. Later on she intewfc to
make her permenant home in Sioux
Attorney Guthrie expects to ive
either tbis evening or tomorrow, with
his family, the latter for an extended
visit with Mrs. O's. mother in Kmsas.
Orant expecte to return in about a eek
or ten days.
On last Monday evening, a DURber
of the school mates of Master Lddie
Guthrie, invaded the sacred precincts of
the Guthrie Mansion on the hill, and aft
er the beat of tlra surprise had paed,
all joined in making merry for an aour
or two. Music and various games were
indulged in, after which light refiesh
ments were served, aod theo the lads
and lassies bade Master Eddie good night.
Mr. Palmer, of Chadron, came up on
last Tuesday ooon, for a short slsy at
the Hester mansion, the guest of Miss
Our baby lias been continually t Mull
ed with colic and cholera infantum lioce
h i birth and all that w could do for
rim did not seem to give more than tem
porary relief until we tried Chamber
lains Colic, Cholera and LUrrhoea Rme
dy. 8iac giving that remedy he has
not been troubled, We want to give
you this testimonial as an evidence of
our gratitude, not tbat you need ft to
advrise your meritorious remedy. Q.
K. Law Keokuk, Iowa. For sale bj Dr.
J. E. Rhino ey.
Grandma Davis, is k pending a ; few
I days at the horn of Mr, and lira 00.
The place to Get Good
Bargains in Bubbera is at
J. H. BARTELL'S,
Where a complete line of
warm Felts and Rubbers,
with PRICES ALWAYS
Our line of GROCERIES
are fine, a3 we always aim
to buy Good, Fresh Goods
puch a b "we know would
fuit all our Customers.
We carry a complete line
of FLOUR & FEED; all
Flour guaranteed. Also,
we carry HARDWARE &
J. II. BARTELL
E'EFtrayed from ray
place 2 black, 3-year-old hors
es branded reverse F on left
jaw; 2 iron pray mares brand
ed cockeye on left shoulder.
A. L. IIoixjk,
.... Glen. Neb
"Dr. Crooks the noted fre
mont HiK'cialitt, will arrive
in Harrison on the noon train
Wednesday, July 12 to re
main until Friday July 14.
For two days? only at Hotel.'"
Mr. SjiffP-, who ban been h Kiiwt f t
t! e McGiuley himse during t'ie past
eral Vteei.s,, teUirui to h a hjino in l'eti-
sylvaoia on hist evening.
Ed. IJowker, left for Campbell, thin
slate, on lact Tuesday even.n, where
be has beu enj,':ined to wurk on a l.ir'e
contract. Ed. expects to be gone fur au
The JiA'KNAL family are certainly
indented to Mrs, N. L. 'liptun, tins ween
for three lor lour rnes-ies cl flue nwiilieii
Tliey were without doubt as line gar
den vetahlts as lias come lo the village
tins spr.ng. Many thanks (or same.
Mr. SicGiiiley and his liroMK-i-m-law
Mr. Sellers who went to Uenng and
Alliance, a week asro on business and
pleasure combined returned Tuesday,
but not in time to spend much of a
fourth with friends and neighbors out in
Ttie following named parties are to
appear at the court house to.iay, liefore
the state irrigation Iward in a suit invol
ving water rights, in the parties iuinied
Chas. rw hiltz, J. A. Thayer,
O, A. Garton, John Phuikett,
Marts Valdez, 8. H. (kj(fe.
li. fc. Brewster, C. F. Cotfee.
" Juring the hot wei t ler !at summer
I had a severe attack of cholera morbus,
necessitating my leaving my business,"
says Mr. C. A. Hare of Hare Hro., flu
castle Ohio. "After takink iwo or three
doses of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and diarrhoea Remedy I was completely
relieved and in a few hours was able to
resume my work in the store. Jsincerly
recommend it to any one afflicted with
bowel or stomach trouble. For sale by
Dr. J. E. Phinney.
BILES ASD KKOIUTIOSS OF
THE 8TATE HKAND8 AMD
Applications for registry brands or marks
should he sent to secretary of state with
fee of $1.50 for each separate brand or
mark. Bend cash, draft, or postoflice
order. Where brands or marks are a!
ready recorded in a county a certiflt
copy of such record must be attached.
Applications for registry may tie made
after July 1, 1899, and are required to be
made by Dec. 81, 1H9, for all brands
and marks then in use. Application
will be filed in order as recived, and con
sidered by the board in said order.
Blank form may be obtained on ap
plication to secretary of state.
To secure uniformity all applications
are required to b mad on thes blanks.
A Fine Line of
Ladie s &
SHOES HAVE HO EQUAL;
Call and look our Stock over be
fore Purchasing as we can SAVE you
OT3nunnr.p'S VT A T?TtfTPl?i SHOP?
All kinds of Harness Goods. Al, Flour and all lands of
Grain and Feed for Kile. P.efdderf the above I have Build
ing material, such as Lumber, Lime, Hair, Cement &c. &e.
' zf" Call and get PRICKS before buying elsewhere.
EGGERT ROHWER, Prop.
!'()!', SA LK.
Two Hereford F.;i!R two-year-old--,
an 1 .:..-. ?:iu i ; - -j:u!ht
;is new. V.'iil take
L'rain for hinder.
Tim r.rst Advnrtiiiiri MfJium In
North-Wet Vhriisit, is llK'flOl'X
Good Hay & Stock
Ranch lor sale.
A 10 foot, Perkins wind
mill, ami tower for tale
cheap. A. It. Kennedy.
in tiik county roi-BTorsjorxcoi's-
In the MtU-r of the Ktute of I'strlck
At a County Court lieM at the County
Court iUmm in and for ssl-i County on tbe
Irtl day of July,
I'reseiit liolrl W'ilM)n, County JuiJire.
Ou reiiillng unJ filling tbe petition of John
RarrutijflK, prjiying tlmt sftmiulstrstlon ol
napl estate lx fcrsnted to hi in a Aamtiiln
trator. Ordcret, Ibnt the Tth ay of Angstt A. D.,
W), ato'cUK-k A. M ilnu'l for her
Inn iwlil M-tk!ou, wlin all pi-rnon lutnr
elel In sul'l matter may appour at s ennn-
tf court W )J held In and fur tiald counly
and nliww rmi liy th nrayr of the vwtl
llonrr aliould not (franU'l; and Unit
notice nf tbe M-ulnry uf ald etltlin uud
thn ln-rln;f thfreof, t nUen to all rwiu
InlTrit'-'l in jhki Tiintirr uy puDiisnins a
py of tills order In Ths Hforx coi'srr
Jne mk a t.. a wi-rklT nrwiiiaixr iillnted In
nald county, lor four successive weeks, prior
to mm any ol hearing.
Uuted this ard day of July, im.
. . ltOUEUT Wil o
JSeaJ, I County Judge.
' v ' (A true Copy.)
Cures Impotcncy, Night Emiesloniand
wasting diseases, all effect of self.
abuse, or excess and Indis
cretion. A nerve tonic and
blood builder. Brines tbe
pink clow to pale cheek and
restore tbe Are of youth.
y mall 60c per box, 0 boxes
for M.HO: with written iranr&n-
tee to cure or rernna tne money.
Send for circular. Address,
NCR VITA MEDICAL CO.
CHntvn AMkWi Cta ONICAOO, KX.
tM4 j Dr.J DrWaner.
lVe;ichifK evi ry oilmr rUhhath
at 11 oVI. il ls a, in., :u:d every Kub'mitli
vnivir' tti k (A leek tit the M, E. church.
i;,. i V l.-iy invited to nltoti'l.
K;v. J. L. KKMiAl.t., Puitor.
J. 11 I'HINNKY.M. J).
riivlcla ami Sitrjrvou.
AH calls Kivrn prouipl atU'titlou.
Cifflci In DniK ?lr.
rrotiiit attention given to all lepal
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, and liefore the United States
Fire Insurance wtittttn in reliable
f3LoaI pajiers curefully drawn.
IIaruisoh. - Nebrakka.
lin:8s MAKING PARLOU.
The undersigned just located
in lower north-west corner room
of ANDREWS HALL h
prepared to do all kinds of dress
making and sewing in her line.
The patronage of the public is solicited.
We guarantee satisfaction nod that
our charges will be reasonable.
Mrh. Magoie Roseckaxb.
I desire to sell at private
sale, for cash, 30 head of cat
tle, 15 of which are cows
with calves; 3 yearling Hteera;
1 two-year-old Hereford Bull
and 16 head of 2 and 3 year
old Heifers. Residence i in
. GOTTLKIB KlfOBL
KKTHWATE! FOR "THB Un AM
AclMdrmaanUof Admiral Dewey," the worlds
tho life lunjr friend and aslailrer of tha mm'.
oil's l.lnl. RUrcmt and beet bosk) over Sat
tiav, xio uk hosi nenrlyjM Mae ksttawe
illastratlniis. Oulyll.M. amuutmmL
Mt drniuilrtlons. lmt$t five. bm ear a
'" tan tk. TheU,MaOs
Mr. W'l riwr Uasien BlOf OWeafo,
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