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Or tto-. 'NO QUESTION 18 EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED mOHT."-Hm. William J. Bryaiu.
Bubecriptioa Price, f 1.00
OFFIOIAL PAtE" OF 6IOUX COUNTY.
ro. D. Cauou,
Entered at the Harrison poet office as
second class matter.
There is no doubt whatever but tliat
Hon W. J. Bryan will receive tlie nom
ination, for president oa the Democratic
ticket next year but there is some talk
io the papers of late that president Mc
Kinley may le dropped out of the race
and Hon. Theo. Roosvelt nominated io
Out of 600 German newspnpers in the
United Stateii, polled, by the Press Bur
eau of the National Democratic Catn
paiga Cotnmittee, with but one except
ion, ftaey are oppose to president
McKialey's conduct of the war in the
Philippines and also the republican poli
cy of foreign expansion and Anglo-Saxon
The nearer the time comes for the national conventions of the two
(Treat parties, the more desperate becomes the republican press, and indus
triously begin their living1 method of trying to besmirch and befoul the
.character of honorable leading men of the democratic party In the nation at
.also in tha various tales. And without exception, the administration
nud orjfiios have had to swallow a lis in every instance.
Here are two or three of them which we call to mind:
The Lincoln State Journal and the New York Herald, fabricated one
relative to ex-senator, Allen of this stale, entering thousands of acres of
laad under the national Reservoir act. Senator Allen compelled them to
Seator Fronts sniffling committee authorized by the republican state
central committee, sanctioned by the Omaha Bee and the Lincoln Slate
Journal, and legalized by the recent legislature, undertook to show up a
altortage in exgovenor Moleombs hotise rent expenses, another instance
where the lie has beeo shoved down the throats of the republican leaders
And their slanderous mud-machines:
But the most recent fabrication is a statement published by the N. Y.
Herald, to the effect that ex-fovernor Altgeld, had made the statement
that free coinage of silver at the legal ratio of ll to 1, would not be the
ramont issue in 1900. But governor Altgeld refused the lie, and thus
tbe Herald has been compelled to retract. Another, by the same metro
politan Dnily was, that ex-governor Stone, vice-chairman of the Demo
cratic National Committee, said in a speech before Ihe committee at Chica
go July 20h, that he. was opposed to any alliance with any other party or
ganizations bat n personal letter to the public denying the published state,
went, attributed t; him, hus silenced their mud battery on that score.
Ttiuh, iu the absence of truth and actual facts to carry on a .tunpaigri
the Hanacrutic leaders are obliged to resort to their Using, mud slinging
Srvcsce From The Valley. j
H i becoming "second nature" for us
to writ items, this time for the only sur
viving paper of Sioux county.
, There was hard rain at Bodaro and
tfdaity Saturday evening reaching, as
far north as far north as the oio raoch,
while at Ollchnst it is still not anddrv-
Mn. Sarah Jordaa, took her daughter
Ella to Crawford, last week to see the
Doctor. Sho waa better Sunday, but on
laoatfay nor mother took her to town to
C. F. Coffee is in Omaha at this writ
ing with ft shipment of fat cattle.
Mies Mabel Tebbet came home with
Kiss Lizzie QaBBterinan on Saturday and
uatod with her valley friends till Wed
nagrjajr morning when she returned to
town with the U. a mail.
C C. Ron moved bis mother the first
of ah week to Crawford, end Ed. and his
family expect to start Monday for a
point Ave biadred mile north of here,
where they will mure charge of a ranch.
August Beumfard traded ft horse, sad
dle aad his bat, tePete Totnaeo last Fri-
ay for like possessions, and Pete went
Aorth la eearch of work. ,.
Jae. MoCaon made ft trip to Slieep
creek Jftat week aod found hie cattle do
We went to pick currants last week
atad returned with three young hawks
y about ewe third gro a. As w had not
raised maay young chicks we thought
wo would raise the hawks for pets, but
they did act enjoy ihe ohnfge of pas
tureeo all lied. 1
Him Melli. Reynolds end Kiss normce
0rook of ChftiliM, an it guest of
The undersigned is ag
ent for the celebrated
Di viD Bradley, Wind Motor,
Improved Wind Mills,
the best made. I am
, also prepared to furn
ish on ehort notice first
temps. Pipes. Weed A Sifel Towers,
Tank or anything in the lino
of pump repairs, AT LOWEST
Write me for estimates be
fore contracting elsewhere.
You will save money by it.
Abdress-JOHX S. A6IITOX,
Arclmore, 8. Dak.
AGENTS WANTED-FOB THE LIFE AT
Achievements or Admiral Jiewev," the
world's naval hero. Hv Mnrat Halstcsd, the
life lone friend and admirer of the nation's,
Idol. Higgext and best boo k ; over flOO pages
Sxlulncbe: nearly 100 pi;-.H hnlftoiiM illust
rations. Only l,50. Enormous demand.
HI Commission. Outfit true, thmieeota
lifetime. Writcditlck. The Dominion Com
pany, 3rd Floor l ax ton Illkg., Chicago.
Every Stork Man in the County Should
Read this Article.
The wolf association, organized coup
le of weeks ajjo, to be known as the
Running Water Wolf Asseciation. hns
heen extended as far west as Tom Bell's
ranch, who has liberally subscribed !",
for every wolf killed
The houndry now stands thus, from
Tom Bell's to east line of Sioux County,
and 18 miles each side of Running water.
All those having stock within that limit
ghnuld subscribe to the wolf bounty fund
pad wlientn H;rrisor, call at tins Com
mercial bank and put down their name,
for the sum which they are willing to
e've for something; tliat will pay tliero
100 per cent on the investment. Follow
ing are those who have already subs
cribed to the fund:
J. W. Earnest, f'J. A. McOir.ley. $5,
F. For.-e, 2, Tlios. Bell, 0,
David Colvillo, 2.
Mi -is Blanc hie Coffee. They were me in
Harrison, Monday , by Miss Blanch end
her mother, who conveyed tl em to the
Cffue mansion, where they will have an
enjoyable time for several days.
A good audience tuned out to hetr
Riv. Kendall last Similar nnd all are
cor liaTy invited to come and hatr him
preach again next Suuday. The follow
ing Sunday, the 30th Rev. Kioo will
preach. Bodaro will have preaching
each Sunday in Aug. Cuo.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Thomas, accom
panied by their son and heir, were Har
rison visitors on last Tuesday.
Katrayrtli From Running Water, one
Bleu Saddle Horse, branded U ' 1 Node
on left shoulder and on Ilij right
shoulder m ighsSl
Any information as to the where-a-boutr,
of the above bone will go liberally re
warded by ItJU Jokdan, ,
. n 4 1 - De-wonts
rereO Cootrmht Ac.
' Aflyeae sendwsf s stieteh sad srtntlssi nay
aieklr aseartatn ar opinion fae whetfur an
InvsnOna Is arobaUv sUltatM. Cossnimtea
ttoasslrMtir sotiB dmrtUTli and book on Pat sals
sent ne. OMeal Sfansr for aseertas saunts.
Patents takaa tnroerh Wssn fTlii. reetwe
tpeMml asMst, witboet ensese, la the
H1lfe(taft, rj' Ten
nBON TON BJSTAURANT.i
P. B. BIGELOW, Prop., ,
?Cfindies, Nuts, Tobacco, Fruits, Dates,
?Kigs, Cakes, Pies, Bread, Stationary
?etc. ' '
tST'A Good Lunch, Counter in
Sold at Living Prices.
NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT DEFENDANTS.
McKinley Lumitng Loan and Tmt Compa
ny, a corporation, Commercial Investment
Company, a Corporation, Nebraska Security
Company, a Corporation, defendants, will
take notice that on the 2nd day Of August,
WW, Sarah Jordan, plaintiff herein, filed her
petition in the district court of Slonx Coun
ty, Ncuranka, against McKlniey banning
I-oau and Trust Company, Commercial In-
vestiuent Company, Nebraska Security
Company, corporation, defendants, the ob
ject und grayer of which are to foreclose
the tax Hem hereinafter described.
In lu cau-ie of action ttatcd In said peti
tion the plaintiff reU u forecloso a tax
lien upon the south eal quarter of Section
twenty (20) Townsuip thlrty-thruo (3) north
of range fllty llve (5S) west of the 6th prin
cipal meridiuu In Sioux County Nebraska,
that the taxes lnrolved in said cftnae. of ac
tion are the taxes that were levied ten state,
county and school district purposes In the
years I8W, 1M, 1890, for which the same was
said to said plaintiff on tho Hth day ef June
IW, lot the sum of S3rt.W, to have an ac
oohtitluK of the amount due therefor, anil
tor tli" tnxes due therr-ontor the years, 18
I HOT, IH'JH, paid hysald plaintiff as subsequent
taxes kimI tacked to her certificate of tax sale
and said plaintiff prays to have said land
old fur the payment and satisfaction of the
amount found due' upon the same for said
taxes Hivi interest thereon, together with
the costs of suit and co-,tof sale, to bur fore
close and exclude the defendants and each
of them from all title. Hen or equity of re
demption In and to tho Bald land and for
aeueral relief, And you ami each of you are
further notified and required to answer said
petition on or before the II Hi dav of Sept
ember A. I. IS'J.
M. J. O'COWXKLt,,
Attorney for plaintiff.
IN Til E DLSTKIl'T tX)t"K t OF SWrtI X COUN-
NOTICE TO KON-kKSlDKNT PCVRICDESTS.
Conimerclal Investment Company, a cor
poration, J. S. Lawrence, whose trna chrls
tlan name is unknown, Nebraska Heuurity
Company, a corporation, defendants, will
take notice that on tlio 2nd day of August,
A. ). IH'f, Joseph Hoffman, pj,ilntlff, herein,
(lied his petition In tho district court of
gioux county, Nebraska, against Commer
cial Investment Company, s corporation
J. 8 Ia rence, whose true christian name
lsauknown, ;clraska Hccurily Company, a
ciirporHtlim, the object and prayer of which
Is to foreclose a tux lien upon the East half
of the North-west quarter, South-west quar.
tcr of the North-cast quarter. North-west
quarter of South-cast quarter, of Section
twenty-eight (2S), Township thirty-three
(fl8i, North of Kanga til ly four Ml, west of
thnfltli Principal SIcrldlan, In Slout county
Nebraska, that the taxes involved In aald
cause of action are the taxus assessed and
levied thereon for state, county and school
district purposes for the years Wn, 1M14, 1H9A,
for which Ihe same was soldiosuirt plain
tiff on the lt day of kluy, A. D. 17, for
the sum of KHM, to have s n accounting of
the amount ffne therefor, and for the taxes
due thereon for the years tsw, 107, 1SW, paid
by said plaintiff as subsequent taxes, and
lacked to his certificate of sale.
And said plaintiff prays to have said land
sold for the payment and satisfaction of the
amount found due upon the same for said
taxes and Interest thereon together with
the coats of stilt and costs of sale, and attor
ney fee, to unr, foreclose and exclude the
defendants and each of them from all title,
lein, or equity of redemption In and to said
parcel of laad and for general relief.
and each of you are further notified and re
quired to answer said petition on or before
the 1Kb day f September A. D. ItjW.
11. J. O'Cossill.
Attorney for plaintiff.
LITTLE LIVER PILL
fttnMR ftOATftB. .
Bold by an'anriste
erseatey Bjaii. .
Connection and Every Thing
POST OFFICj: BUILDING, Harrison, Xeb.
A BEAlTllfUL ATI ACRHEUT
IHTATtfta 8TReED IITElE7rTS
' hai been added to the well
.1 wmm mm i
TTSt 125 CASS, i20 EOKIELT.
With Stool and Scarf.
BADJ W tAl, WAtKUTaad sUCOaANT
Write For Particular. v
NOTICE OF PfiOBATK OP W1U..
state of Nebraska,
County of sioux.
To all persons Interested In the estate of
Pstrtok Murphy deceased:
Whereas, Ullzebeth Murphy of said coun
ty baa filled in w efloe an instrument pur
porting to be he last wiU and testament of
Patrick murphy deceased laui ui said coun
ty and a petition praytiur to have the same
admitted to probate, which will relates to
both real and personal estate, whereupon 1
have appointed Monday, the 4th day of Sept
ember, 18U9 at one o'clock P. M. at my office
In said county, as the time and place of prov
ing said will, at which time and place you
and all concerned may appear and contest
the probate of the same. It is further orde
red fliat said petitioner give notice to al
person Interested In snid estate of the pan
dent y of the petition and the time and place
set for hearlnc the same by causing a copy
of this order to be published in the Sioux
county Puisss JoUKnal. a newspaper publis
had la Hal risen Sioux county in said stale
lor Uree w.svka successively previous to
the djf set for said hearing.
in testimony wnereor i nave Hereunto set
my hand and ftfticial seal this 7 day of August
- . . - KOI1EHT WtLSOK,
St L ( County Judpe.
w. ' f A true copy. )
NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT DEFENDANT.
IS THE DISrUICT CSUaT OF f IOCS CollHTT
William W1. Wood, pqtiiiUff,
Ksth B. WKht, defendant.
To Ruts 11. Wlght.non resident, defendant.
Your are hereby tiotiflod that on the LUth
day of June, ISfiS, Wlllinm W. Wood, plaintiff
herein, ffled his petition in the above entit
led cause, in the District Court of Wou
comity, Nebraska, against Ruth 11. Wight,
the object and prayer of which is to recover
from the detendant the snm of ssl.13, duo
and payable Iroin defendant to plaintiff for
fees, costs and expenses caused and expend
ed in the prosecution of tho case of the
Commercial Investment Company, trustee,
aslnvt Is'.ulor Itlcteln et al, in the Dist
rict (Hurt of Sioux county.
'JHoa are further notiilcd that an order of
ettltchnitint has been Issued in this cause
nd the slime has been levied by the Sherlll
upon the NVJ of the S-W 1 and N-W'4 of the
S nf8-ct'.oti 45, and tho N-K of the 8 K),
of octlon 21, In Township S3, N. KangeW
west of theOth P. 111., In Sioux county, Ne
braska, and this action is in part to cause a
sale n( said tract of land under said order of
Atachmont and subject the same to the
payment of said debt that Uiere la now
dna and payable on said debt tho sum of
ssl, is, with Interest at thete of 7 per cent.
per annum, from the 17th day of June, 1809,
for which sum, with interest, plaintiff prays
for a Judgement against defendant, and
that In default of the payment thereof said
miscs may be sold to satisfy the amount
ftfeni4 dr.o under said order of attachment.
fob are required to answer said petition
on or before the 4th day of September, 1IW9.
U-4 William W. Wood, Plaintiff.
A delegate convention of the People's
Independent Party of Slouz County, Neb
raska, is hereby called to' meet at the Court
House In Harrison, Nebraska, on Saturday,
August It, IMS at one o'clock p. m., for the
ramose of selecting delegates to the cou-
Igraaslonal, judicial, and state "onventlons,
for piscine In nomlnstion candidates for
the various county ofBoes and for the
transaction of such other business as may
properly come before tbe convention, tbe
various preelnots In the county will be en.
titled to representation la said eonventlon
based upon the vote for Hon. W. A. Poyn
tar for governor In the general election
Of tsM. One Delegate being allowed for
each ten votes and major fraction thereof
sad one at large from each precinct, which
lakes the f ol lowing apportionment :
1 Antelope 2
. 6 Cottonwood t
1 Hugar Loaf ' t
1 Warbonnet I
' Total delegates: 40
It Is recoinesended that tna primaries be
Ibeld at the usual polling place In each pte
einct oa Thursday August ittn and that no
prexles be allowed bnt that the delegates
present cast tbe tell vote of ttse precinct.
; futrsOiraisTairiae, obalrmsn,
0IAKT QtmaiK, secretary.
Manufacturer and dealer
Send in vour Harness and Shoe re
pairing, and a first class job is
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY
STRICTLY CASH.' NO EXCEPTIONS.
The Commercial Dank
Harrison, - - - - Nebraska.
pCAPITAL STOCK PAID IN - --6
SURPLUS AND PROFITS - -
Ii. Fj. BrtiWstbr, President.
Chas. C. Jameson.
D. H. Gbiswold, Cashier.
INTEREST PAID ON
Final Proof Notices.
All persons having tlnal m-oof notices in
this paper will receive a marked copy of the
paper and are requested t examine their
notice aim 11 any error exist report tue
same to this office at once.
TIMBER CUI.TITM, FINAL PR(X)P-NOTI-
CE FOB PUBLICTION.
U. S. LNB 01 fice, Alliance, Heh.,
July , 1HU9.
Kotlce is hereby given that
EDWA HI) E. LIVE It MO HE, of Harrison,
has filed notice of intention torn like tlnal
proof before County Judge, at his office, in
Harrison, Neb., on the iMth day of August,
1H99, on timber culture application Ne. MW,
for the 8X of N-E'i and Ni of of Hoc.
No. 33, In Twp. Vo. 31, Hange No. 5L
He names as witnesses:
Duvld llartlett, Charles Cammensind, B.
F. Johnson unit Alex Ixiwery. AM of Harri
son, xeb. i M. DoSBIsuloN,
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
DEPARTMKVT OF THS IsTERIOR.
Land Oflice at Alliance, Neb., Aug. R, 1S99.
Notice 1s hereby given that the, following
numed settler has tiled notice ot bis inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, find that said proof will lie made lie
fore Clerk of District Court at Harrison,
Nebraska, on September 18, HAKl, viz :
JOSK1MI W. KAKNr.ST,
of Harrison, Nebraska, who made If. E. No.
44S, lor the H W14, N-K H-W, and H-KJ
N-W'i, of Sec. Twp. N. Range 56 west.
He iiumes the following witnesses to prove
his eotinuons residence upon and cultiva
tion of said I11H1I, viz:
Samuel 1'. Coffee, John E. Mnrsteller,
Dwlght H. Urlswold and Lewis (Jerlach, all
of Harrison, Nebraska.
f. M. D0RBIMGT0N, Register.
notick run prtincATioN.
DCPARTMrNT OFTHK lKTKRIOH.
lud Offllce at Allliance, Neb., Aug. 8, IR99.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has Uled notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore Clerk of District Court at Harrison,
Nebraska, on September IS, HHS, viz:
of Harrison, Nebraska, who made H. E. No.
40ne, for the SS 8 E, 8-E'i S-W'4 aad Lot 4,
8ec. 3L Twp. 31, N. Kange 54 west.
He names tbe following witnesses to prove
bis continuous residence upon and cvltlva
tlon of said land, viz :
Peter Miller, Walter Pitt, Henry Rose and
Nefs Englebrecht, all of Harrison, Nebraska.
F. M. DoBeiNOTov, Bcglster,
NOTICE TO NON-BESIDINT DEFKNDANTS-
IN THE D1STBICT COUBT OF SIOUX COCS
J. T. Castle, plaintiff, against Metta L.
Mains, alias L. K. Maine, George W. Hestar
James O. Sargent, Defendants. To Metta
L. Maine, Silas L. B. Maine, and James O.
Yon and each of yon will take notloe that
the above named plaintiff has filed her pet
tltlon in the district cenrt of Sioux county
Nebraska, the object and prayer of which
petition Is the foreclosure of a certain tax
lien on lots numbers 20 aad tl of block num
ber 7 of tbe village of Harrison, Nebraska,
for ths delinquent taxes on said lots for
tbe years im, ISM, 1WI, 1M2, M 1804, lf
and paid by plaintiff aad bier assignors,
and that the said lots may be sold to satisfy
said tax le In. That you and each of you
may be foreclosed and barred of all right,
Interest, Hen, or equity af redemption
in or to said premises. Ton are required to
answer said petition on or before tbe lltb
day of September IR90. .
J. Y. Casth, plaintiff.
Giant Gvruaii, Attorney or plaintiff.
Saddles, Bridles 4c.
SI O.OOO.OO55. O)
C. F. Coffee, Vice President
A. McG inlet.
WESTEEN NATIONAL BANK, Nkw Yobk.
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, Omaha, Neb.
STOCK BRANDS. .
Thk JotTBNAL Will pnbllsh vnnr brand. Ilka
the f ollowing, for KM, per year. Kaon ad-
ajuoiiHi oraiici is cents. a very laruiar or
ranchmen in Sioux and adjoining eountles
should advertise their brauds in ThbJock-
ai. as it cireniates au ever tfce state. It
may be the means of saving money far yoa
On left side or hip of eat tie, 1
On left shoui'lerof nwraes. i
I Range ou the bead 01 Warbaanet
- Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
The braud reprsentcd ki this notice
and branded any where on left side
of horses and
Also the L L brand any where oa
left side of cattle belongs to the
The braad represented In this notice
and branded any whereon left side
of cattle, and over-lap ut from the
right ear. .
Also the same brand on left thigh of
horses, belongs to the undersigned.
Kange near East Springs, south part le
Sioux county. Charles Nkwhan,
' Harrison, Nebraska.
S. W. CARET.
JOn left shoulder of cattle
lUangeon Little Cottonwood.
, Crawford Nebr.
On left side of cattle and on left
shoulder ot horses.
Kange on Antelope ereek
, Glnlcbrist, .Sioux Co., Neb.
JOHN A. HANSON
Owns the follow-
ingbraud on eith
er: Also HQ on cat
tie and horses
cattle on leftside
horses on left
Rangoon Silver Springs and esat of state
rostomce n arrison
FOr proof to convict any person of steal '
Ing any of mj stock.
same as cut.
same on rigbt
Sheep, paint brand
same as cattle and
Are braad c on
right side of nose.
... Address, Da vis coLvitu,
. Eetrav Notice.
To Whom It aur ooKoaaa.
That James Boarett tbe anderslgned did
on the 7th day of July UM n kl( molosed
land situated oa Banning Water, BlouaOo..
One dark brown mare was taken up by
mn as estrayed, said stare belog mere par
tlcularr described as follows:
One dark brown mare, aboat three yttBre
old, branded; , Jem left skealder.
Dated at Harrison, Neb., tMs r day et
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