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About Harrison press-journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1900)
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TRESi Jol KUL,
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. E. M. V. R. B. is the best
to and from the
,ZjEADWOOD AND HOT SPRINGS,
F. E. 4 !T. Y. E. 11.
Second class Colonists Tickets to Port
land, Seattle, Tacoma. Spokane &c, on
.sale now at $25.00. Order tickets few
F. Avery, Agnt.
F. E. & M. V. R. R-
To Hot Springs S- D
Tickets oa sale Tuesdays,
February 6 nd 20, March G
and 20, 1900 to Hot Springs,
?. D,, good returning 30 days
from date of eale, at one fare
plus $2. 00 for round trip.
F. Aveby, Agent
M. J, O'Coneell, is now clerking for
-county treasurer John Serres.
Jake Henry, of Montrose, was in
Harrison, tbis week on business.
W. H. Bonsell, of Luelc, Wyo.,
uCatBedowo on business Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. il. J. Biewett, and
. (Children arrived home on last Saturday
Tlie re will be Mass at the Court;
Houm ob Twsday Feb. 37; at 10:3O4
" o'clock. '
Nick Shaefer, and his brothers are
busy this week hauling bailed hay from
-4beir ranch to the livery stable.
f County Attorney O'Connell, expects
f 4 commence the foreclosure on the de
linquent land tax in the county soon.
There seems to be considerable ice
fieine out ud in Harrison this week. It
ii being bawled from the Ben Johnson
'.j!ace on Running Water.
Rev. Smith, commenced revival meet
ings at Pleasant Ridge, the first of the
week and they will be continued until
If-he bad people of the Ridge are converted.
Mr. James Parker, of Fort Robinson,
was in town this weefc on business,
-while here, he did not forget to drop
in and say a friendly -'how" to ye editor
-as well as to inscribe his name among
ur readers. Com again.
GBRLACH is prepared to take your
fneasure and get you a suit of tailor
made clothes, cheaper than any other
' house this side of Omaha. If you doubt
it come and give us a trial, we will con
U8heriff Holly, has been quite poorly
for the past week, but now seems to be
n the mend. But the tooth waa some
thing terrible to extract. We under-
tand that it took one Dector and the
strongest roan in town together with
large bottle of preparation to pull it.
r Quite change in the weather.
Tuesday, night, resulting in severe cold
'.and anew, thus making it feel someting
like winter. Mo complaint, however
I - can be made about the weather thus far,
no more ideal winter waa ever experi
Vfloed in north-west Nebraska, than the
We hope to have a fall attendance
- f the Democratic County Central Com
mitee, day alter tomorrow which has
been called to convene here on that day.
GEO. D. Ca0!, Cbmr.
J. E. MaMTKLUX. Sac.
We are now in our own' store, and
intend to add to our already large stock
. foil and choice line of CAVMxaof every
.-description, together with nut of all
' kiada, in a word we will carry a com
plete Block of confectionary, (iive us a
trial. . Liwia Odujich.
WavahlngtoiM Birthday Ball
' There will be give at the court bouse
nraraamv February 33, 1900-a Washing
tOM totfe-day bail. Good muwo will
i faraliwad, Ibrary body are invited
lo mm aa l fcav a good tlaie.
' O.-der rfConimUee.
ii;:so .fc!n.-K . t
rVrvl 1 A VW'Lr ! in I
Epworth League, (:"-() p. in.
l'reacliiu;r, every Sunday eve
ning at 7:00 p. in., and every
alternate Sunday at 11 a. m..
commencing Jan. 14. 1900 at
11 oclock a. m.
Every one are cordially in
vited. "Highest prices paid for
hides at Eggert Kohwer,s.
t3f"Write Huydeo Bros., Omaha,
Wholesale Supply House, for prices and
Mis Watson, of Craford, who has
besn a guest at the home of her uncle
Sherritf Holly, returned to her home on
last Thursday evening.
Attorney C. E. Murphy of O'Neill,
was in Harrison, the first of the week,
on busine-ts. While here he dropped in
for a few moments chat.
Roy Maine, went to Kevline on last
Monday noon, to hold down a section at
that place, for a short time while the
foreman took a short re&t.
Charles F. Coffae, was up from
Chadron yesterday and (iay before look
ing after his interests in this part of the
Lords vineyard, returning home last eve
ning. County attorney, M. J. O.Connell,
concluded a four months term of sihool
in the Bogie district, last Friday, and is
now baek at his duties in the court
v John and Mis Lizzie Dunn, of Cmt-
hrie, Wvo. , came down last Friday even
ing on account of the serious illness of
their father whe wakes hU home with
Rich and Jo.
Grant. Guthrie is now comfortably
domiciled in his own cosy office where he
will be pleased to meet his many old
friends and also many new oce?, all will
be given a cordial welcome.
On last Monday Lew Oerlach, mov
fed his stock of general merchandize into
his own commodious new store building,
on the corner, formerly occupied by the
post office building. He will have one
of the best sites in town.
Mr. Southworthof Chadron, brother-in-law
of Sam TeWet, ts in town
last Saturday. Mr. Southworth was
formerly county superintendent of our
schools. He is now looking up a loca
tion we understand.
BORN: To Mr. and Mrs. J. I, Davis,
on last Mjnday a'ternoon, Feb. 5, a girl.
Ye editor is under lasting obligations
to John for one of those Floa de cabbage
tears which we snoked with tytat jre
lih. It. waa of extra nn.-ilitv and flavor.
Lewis Gcrlaoi, will lx? found in
his new location the UICHSTKIN
building which has lieen thoroughly
repaired from eel ler to garret. C MUX All
& 80S have the finest store room this
side of Chadron. It is a verltablo pal
lace, On last Thursday morning. A mes
senger came to town, post haste after
Dr. Phinney, to go to the home of Mr.
DeBock, as one of his children waj ser
iously injured by a horse. Dr. who is
always ready to respond to all emer
gences hastened to the relief of the suf
fering boy and at last reports he was
Marcos Valdez, who has been up in
Wyoming, during the past two weeks,
buying horses, was hurt on last Wednes
day, and was taken to the home of Chris
Ruffing, at Hat Creek, where he re
mained until Monday. His foot ws
bruised somewhat badly, though fortu
nately, not seriously. He will be able
to be out in a week or so.
Mr. John Dunn, of Glendo Wyo,,
who was called to the bedside of hi aged
father in the valley, on last Friday eve
ning, returned to his home on last Mon
day noon. He was accompanied by his
fiancee Miss Lulu Patterson, of Douglas,
Wyo.. Before leaving for his home Mr.
Dunn, did not forget to add bis name
among our readers.
i-Orer 1470 brands were allowed dur
ing the first meeting of the state brand
(commissioners, and over 1600 had been
filed, of these about 200 have been cither
layedover until next meeting which oc
curs March 19th, while some few have
been rejected, and the owners of these
latter have the privilege of sending in
new ones, without the payment of an
1 Cards are out announoeing the mar
riage of Mr. Elmer 8mith of Harrison,
Neb., to Miss Stella Leonard, of Gerring,
The marriage will take place Feb. 14.
Elmer is the youngest soa of W. R.
Smith of this city and a brother of Mrs.
J. E. Marateller, and it highly respected
by all who know him. His friends are
legion and while we do not know the
young lady ef his choice, we can safely
ay, that if she has but half of the ever
sunny disposition, of Elmer, their mar
ried life will be without a cloud. This
Is the heartfelt wtah of the Pit B-Jot's
Hal. We acknowledge a moat cordial
invitatioa to be present. The young
couple will reside at Deadwood, where
Elmer will engage io business.
: u-.tr to otvr l-r h my ranch at Etrt-
;. v, '', , ., vuiwixtiiiK of V acre ot dcdcd
i"1'. racr uuder cultivation; good two
; story frame noose, containing room, oil
the place. Large frame barn, 40x60 and two
gidwell on place anil one 12 toot wind
mill in operation. AU shed room for Ave
or f ix hundred bead of ateck, and plenty of
ranee under fence.
I h;tve for sale 80 head liereford cows, two
thorough bred Hereford Bulla; 70 bend,
coming two-year-old, white faced steers; 54
head yearling steers and i'lfer ill w hite
faced; J White FaceC. Keirl?ered Bulla and
23 bead of work ami .unlle Jiorse..
s. U Kirtley,
-Rcmeraber next Wedn tsday, will be
J. H. Cook, was up from Aate
Springs a day or two this week.
Arthur Christian, was. dewn from
Raw Hide a day or twotais wetk, on
. Granilpa Dunn, who lias len sick
during the past two or three weeks, js
now slowly recovering.
Ch-is. Coffee, who lias just returned
from 1 ort Worth, Tex is, was in Harri
son yesterday tn business.
sWe are pleased to announce the fact
that Cha rloy Thomas, who ha been very
sick, is now slowly rrainiug his health
Michael Bruck, expects to leave for
Story, fie Urst of next week to resume
hiv dutv. that cf sheen herder. Mike is
one of the best sheep herders out.
The C aliforna legislatuae, which was
convenxJ in extraordinary session for the
of electing it U. H. senator (but
failel t-) do so at Hi- r-trular session)
wteil k L-enteU-nii!. l.-v the name of
OvEir in Wyoming-
Andrew Oliristiun. I -"t thre yearlings
liv the blm kleir rould tins last of last
J. H. Mar ch son-in-law of 8. L. Kir
tlev, who is in charge of the Box K
ranch during- 3b r. Kirtley absence in
Hot Springs. S. Lak., returned to the
land of "B;g retiapples"'aUouttwo weeks
We under Mnd that those who have
been tulfering with the grip for the past
ten days, ai- able lo be out.
Mr. Thomas who has ben quite sick
with pneumonia, is getting Iwtter, and
we hore soon to see biru enjoying his
ws tal good heaflh.
Rev. Smith, of Harrison began a series
of meetings at tha West school house on
last Monday night.
He preached Ui a crowd! house on
last Sunday, and we hope to tw-ar of
much good beinsf done during the protra
cted meeting now goicg on.
Andrew Christian Jr. and his sister
Aniy, were at LoskV on fast Saturday
having dental wcrk done. They each
had several teitli extracted ana were
pleased with ihe ise with they parted
! witli liter moi.us.
Mr. Andrews, expects a couple of his
brothers here soon, to take .claims on the
Ridfie, iD the "Banana Belt.'
Jamea Duel is helping Mr. Kirtley look
after hist'atth, and perhaps doing some
thing in tLe culinary line.
Francis Duul, savs that he has boils
on his cheek not on his arm.
Mr Williams and family of Harrison,
were visiting relatives on the Ridge, the
We are glad to state that Mrs. Eva
Christian, is getting along bictly now,
she is able lo walk about the house wit
hout assistance now.
Mrs. Church expected to go to Liisk,
tha first of the week to have lit r teeth
all extracted. She has sUsen to be pul
led and as the dentist advertifced to ex
tract teeth without pain, she thinks she
can have them all taken out with one
As no letter" arrived at Kirtley, on
last Saturdays mail, it is safe to presume
that ou' Lusk nasbv was so elated over
the British victories in Africa, that he
forgot to put them in the mail pouch.
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Invention Is probably patentable rowimunlea
tkma MTMtlf iwnSdentlaL Handbook on Patcala
ant fraa. Olilaat ea-ency fur Meartnc palentj.
faMnu Ukra tfaruoi b Mann A Co. reoalTe
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your family? If rot, why not? The
Catholic paper is, for the Catholic peo
ple, a perpetual mission. The North
wen torn Catholic by John Brennan, at
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of its kind. Subscribtions will be receiv
ed at the PflMeJocirSAX office.
lt taocuitic State CouTentitm.
Tl.a l'ii-ii!8ti :.nJ Secretary of the
Democratic state central committee
have issued a call for a Democratic: state
Convention, to be held at Lincoln, Neb
raska, Monday March 13th 1900. Sioux
coun'y will be entitled to three delegat
es in that convention. Jt is for the pur
pose of electing 16 delegates to the nat
ional Democratic convention which will
doubtless be called to meet, possibly in
New York City about the first of June
Call for County Convention.
A delcrate convention of the Powplei lu-
dependent Party, of Sioux County, Nebraska
is iicreby called to meet at the Court Horn
of said couniv. In Harrison, on Thursday,
March Int. 1900 at 1 o clock. for tbe purpone
of electing- delei?atea to the btato Conven
tion of said party. The wveral preclncU
will be allowed the numl-er of delegate
Uited below, being one ileletimle at laru
and one dcleitatc for each ten votes cast or
luator fraction thereof east for Hon. Sllu
A. Holromb for Supreme Judge at the (jon-
eral election of WA.
W lilstle Creek
It Is rcco:ii!iicuilcd thiit no proxies be nl
lawed but that tho deli'ifute pn-i-eiit rnst
tilt-full vow of the precinct, and that the
primaries le held ut the umial l.lllric plac-
es in each precinct on Suturdiiy February
4, l'.). CHANT liL'Tll: IB,
t lacs ChkiiTf r.s, secretary.
People Party State ( 'omentum.
The Peoples Independent Party state
Convention, will 1 held at Lincoln Neb.
ut 6 oclock P. M. ut tlie Auditorium
building, on the 1'Jlli day of March, l'JOU
The Slate convention is called for the
purpose of electing delegates 1o attend
the Peoples Independent Party National
convention Who will nominate a can
didate for president, to be voted for ut
the 1900 presidential election
The basis of representation is one dele
(rate at lurp? for each county anil one
delegate for each 100 votes, or mnjor
friction thereof c:t for Silas A. Hol
comb, in the election for 1HKI, for su
preme J udjre; and Sioux county will be
entitled to 4 delegates.
Call for Meeting of Ucmorrullc
County Central Com
mittee. Notice is hereby given, .calling the
Democratic County Central Committee
together at Harrison, Neb,, on Saturday
Feb. 10 , 1300, for the purpose of tr.m-fl
sacling such business aa may projierly
come before it.
A full attt-adanc ot Committeemen is
reqested. S. 11 Makstku.ER, Svc
Geo. IX CaSOX. Chairman.
In Tho County Court of Woux
In the mutter of tlie V. -tiue nf Jamc. V.
Notice for Presentation and Allowance of
Notice i hereby (.'iven to all perona hav
ing clulm and dcinunds aK!tiut James F.
Hovey, late of Hioux comity, deceased, that
the time fl-ted for filinir claims eyalnst said
ei-tuiij is six month from the dh day of
February, 'MI. All uch persona are reinr.
rd to preent tlieir cialma w ith the vouch
er lot he County Judge tf Kttld county, at
hla office, on or before the th day of au
nst, II), and all claims o fllel w 111 lM) heard
iM-for said Judge on the lilh day of March,
lldMi, and thereafter on Ihe nrl day of each
regular term of said court during the time
limited for tiling claim aa aforesaid.
Dated February 5, l'JOO.
1 .' (Atrnecnpy) i:stj
( Ouuty Judge
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