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About Harrison press-journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1900)
Thcksday. May 17th, 1900.
(ieo. D. Canon, Editor and Prop.
F. E. X. V E. tt. line table.
Going Went. Going But
Ho. t. mixed, 11 :! No. S. mixed 8:00
V. K. R. is
to and from the
F. E. M.
DEADWOOD AND HOT SPH1SUS,
F, E, & M. V. R. R.
Will be run May Ut and 15th June 5th
;and 19th 1900, to points on the F. E. &
M. V. in Nkbraska where the one way
laid lrora Dearest Mo Kiver. romt m
cluding Co. Bluffs is $3.00 or more to
'points in Wyoming wpst of and including
Orin Junction aDd to points io Black
Hill district at So Dak.
Tickets will be sold by connect .iff
lines feeding to our line at Rioux city,
Onowa Mo. Valiey and Omalia and by
our agents at South Piatt, stations,
Clair, Omaha and on S. C. P. in Iowa;
except that our agents hot sell to
points in So. Dak.
Fare will be one fare rdus $2.00 for
'round trip. Write your folks in the East
!and have thera come and se vou, hiking
: advantage of these rates. Tickets lirni-
' ted 21 days with 15 days limit on proing
portion. F. Avery, Agt.
Sheriff Holly is a very busy man
Tomorrow our city schools will
'close for the summer vacation.
Will Davis expects to more into
'his conntry house, about-the first of
Remember the Sunday School Con-
vention, it will occur On the 13th and i4ib
of next month.
Another new consignment of ladies
'beautiful hats, received at Geklach's.
'They will be sold cheap.
The Ladies Aid Society will meet at
'theChur'h to finish the bociety quilt
"Wed afternoon May 23. Secy.
Mrs. E. Livermore, of this place
'spent a few days last week, with her
husband, at Chadron, the latter is im
II, A. Priddy has been appointed
'census enumerator for Warboonet, An
'telope and Montrose precincts by the
' J "ist. Supervisor for this sixth coogres
i vional district.
T. O. Williams, of this place, while
'drilling a well down at the Bob Neoce
'ranch last week, was unfortunate en
'ouyh to dislocate the knee bone on one
' 'ofhis limbs, and hence he is walking
' rather lame now a-days.
Again Agruinaldo, seems to be a very
! lively corpse, this time we bear of him
'in the mountains of northern Luzon. He
must have nine times nine lives, for
' General Otis, has had him slain at least
'that many times.
Wilbur Shepbnrd, of this place, who
was called to the death bed of his father
; about two weeks an, returned to Har
'rieon on last Tuesday noon. He said his
father died 'soon after his arrival.
The Ladies Aid Society will give an
''1ce cream Social at the Cou-t, House on
'the evening of decoration Day May 30th,
'beginning at 8 o'clock. All come &
'have a Ernod tinvs. Please bring your
po. ket hook, for our society quilts are to
'be sold at auction.
The school Board are obtaining es
timates on plans and speci flections for
enl:iriire the prjsent school buil ling to
'1'iree roomii, "which- they will submit to
he annual school meeting which meets
the first MonHav in June. It has been
-our opinion all along that the present
building was fnadiquate to meet the de-
!inaod of the district..
The Harrson Sun, No, 1. Vol. 1, edit-
ed by Col. Keteham, of Crawford, ligh
tened op the local fermament for the
first time, on Saturday, May 12, 1900.
in nnjevjociwAL is id receipt or a
copy, and Its local editor, L. C. Wright
requested us to exchange, which we
- cheerfully do. We are wondering if the
citiMoffof Harrison and Bioux County
propose to patronise a local paper in the
fatereat of Crawford, and a citizen of
Crawford, or in ether words aa outnide
. rwporattoo, and besides a paper that is
bar only temporary, as lias been lati
MUd to s by aoose of oar republican
-oa last FrWay tbe O. W. ranch
wood by Krs. Bear? , aunt of Mr. W
iL MoasMI and at that time oocapied by
- fa nuBily was totally destroyed by firs.
'TlM tedfca wltit tbe tro cbildreo were
aiewe at tb time, and Mrs. Boose 1 1 was
K'Stairs away aod oa oeoeodiog to the
toar Oar aaa was horrified to flad It all
Uaam ft is aopfwsstf tba little boy had
'ln rrtcj wltlf'ssatehas aod in that
vr-TT starts tt Cm Cha loss will roach
'l-tlsCasasia. Oa learataf oftha
u!SJSa tZr.tln. Eester started at
" :t.ltl tern of tie Are, to do what
Keteham as up from Crawford
Friday looking after his son.
Our "Bojrgifa' items did not arrive
in time for publication by two days.
Miss Dotha Bartell, spent a few days
this week with friends at the ridge.
It is noticible that more boys swear
than men. What does that Indicate?
H. A. Priddy, moved his family to
the Tubbs place in Monroe canyon Fri
day, The dance given at the court bouse
on kut Tuesday evening bad a slim at
tendance. Mr. and Mrs. Gerlach, spent Sunday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Han
son, at Van Tassel I, Wyo.
Editor Ketc!am, came up from,
crawford, last Friday ts see how his new
paper was leing run.
The inhabitants of the county were
treated to another one of thoe treotts,
spring zephers Sunday.
A new sun is born in Harrison, we
understand its sponsor or fosterparent is
D. E. Thompson, of Lincoln.
Dr. Millar of Alliance, was in town
for a couple of days this week. He was
transacting business at the court house.
The butcher shop has put on metropol
itan appearance. The proprietor having
put up a canvas awning over front of the
Roy Maine, W't for the west yester
day, to take charge of a section in the
vicinity of Douglas, he expects to be
gone all summer.
Floyd Clark, of Chadron. was a Har
rison visitor on day this week. He ex
pect", to spwnd bis summer vacation in
Henry Rose of Hewitt, has secured
the contract for Carrying the U. S. mail
from that place to Agate and return,
twice a week, for f 300, a year.
M. J. Blewett, returned from Hot
Springs, S. Puk, on last Friday where
lis went to meet friends who were in at
tendance at the A. O. U. W. workmcus
Prof Lindemen and Miss Marley were
in attendance at the Bodarc, Teachers
Association Saturday, though the atten
dance was small, yt they report a suc
cessful and profitable time.
Superintendent Burke was down on
VV hite River last week trying to settle
some school differences between school
officers and the patrons. What success
be had is yet to be learned.
F. J. Witt, left for Chicago on last
Monday evening to be gone about three
weeks. He took his two youngest little
girls with him, and expects to leave one
of them there to attend school.
Friday last, A. J. Elliot, William
Hamlin and Cornell, and their
families passed through this village on
their way to the Pacific coast where
they expect to make their future homes.
The town board, last Thursday night
at its special meeting appointed Oscar
Ward, path master and town marshal.
We may expect good roads and obser
vance of law and order in Harrison this
We not iced by the belated, "Bozgie
news items of last week that Thus. Hines
John Hines and Will Bannan, left for
Leadviile, Col., on the i)th inst. Where
the former goes to act in the capacity of
.Jrs. tiiistave Noreisch came down
to Crawford from Sioux County on
Thursday evening afoot, consuming two
days to make the trip, fibs has deserted
nnsiiana nuu children, but we fail to
learn the cause. Crawford Bulletin.
Countr Siipenntendpnt Burke, of
Sioux county, visited Crawford the fore
part of the week, accomponied by bis 12-year-old
daughter, to consult Dr. Hart
well in regarrt to some trouble the daug
hter is experiencing with her eyes. Cra
A new "machine" paper has been
started at Harrison under the guiding
care and protection of D. E. Thompson,
of Lincoln and Captaia Alien fi. Fisher
of the 53rd Representative district. It
if christened "Sun." Chadron Newa.
If: T.' , . ..
xiai.ua u connor, is assisting
out at the Frank Wright b-ims during
Mrs. Wright's Inability to attead to
household duties. In our estimation a
few more young ladies of Miss O'Con
nors typa would be pearls of great worth
in our midst.
Mr. Jacob Henry, Sr., of Montrose,
was a hub, visitor on last Saturday, and
whils hers paid his respects to oar scribe
as well as to renew bis allegiance to the
PREBS-JOCBMAL. It is the first call we
have the pleasure of acknowledging from
Mr. Henry, but hop he will call often-
r ia future.
Bd. Lyons, has leased H. A. Priddys
blacksmith shop aod will run it for a
wbils, and should it prove to be any
thing like proftibl, we learn, will buy
Homer out and become sols owner and
Proprietor. Ed is a hustler and ws beli
sys bo will make it a proftiblt business
to eagags '
Ordinarily ys acribs is not in fayor of
tho question box; but just recently dur
ing om of oor reveries too idea occured
""j om ih a question: and re
sponding immediately to the impulse
wo aw i he following, and the person
who sends us the first correct answer is
to receive the ftvw-Jocinui, gratis one
7nr: - .
What Book J TText In Importance To
The Bible t
g4 ail ammrn to thk afloa.
Will make the
on Monroe Creek
WISDOM JR, Sired by imported
CLYDE Dam 7-eights SHIRE-weight
Price: $5.oo, to insure living Colt.
On last Wednfcwlay occured the tenlh
anniversary of Mr. and Mrs, John E.
Marstelier, and ttieir many fritmUs took
cognizance of the fact, by repairing en-
niasse to their palatial reMtlence on Um
cast side, and bared "the lion in his den"
this tune however the lion had lain
do.vn in bis liiir, as John was in Uie ten
der embrace of roorpheus wlvn bis un-
bidden guots arrived. But slumber for
the evening was banished, and mirth
and merriment prevailed First in ordtr
was Ihe renewal oftlieir marriage vos
by the h st and hotev. Next, in order
c,-.rne "chur.uW with J. 1). Bartell and
W. H. llavis as kad,:rs, I). 11. Onswold
plaved the part of tiie "copper" perfect
ly and Mr. Avery set'ined equally
familar with his exclamation of "gee"
next came refreshments to which the
guests did ample justice, after which
vocal and instrumental music was in
dulged in, until the wee small hours of
the morning, then mid the toolmg of
tin horns and clash of tin ware which
was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Marsteller
the invaders departed but promised the
bout and hostess that they would return
to help celebrate their fiftieth.
Head Onartr-rs Jprry Iiuk Post, No.
:$t 4, 'Hcparlmmt uf Nebraska, (;. x.
U., Harrison, eb. May 14, 1900.
Gevcvai. Obisbs. So. 2.
Comrades, l otjedlence to order from JCa
tiiiuttl iuid IcjMrt!i!t Head Quarter the
Pout will oljTe Memorial t-rviceon tn
r.oth ly of ay.
ly.l j kUoit (?ratitiid! to the (Jrand Commad
cr of the Unl reran for th prew-rvatlon of
our lire by doing honor to the Memory of
tboim who gave their IIvm m M -n of
their country and Bug. sad all fntrSot.c my
clrtlcn, w-hoois ad Sshbsth schools siri? ctr
dially lavlltd to join u In dolngr honor
to depart! friend. A Mcinorlal Sermon
will be di-livrrcd by tlie Uev. smith in the
M. K. Churr-h Bt ilarriou, ul U o'clock A. M.
on !li pn-rtvtin.-; ahbtti. May ith.
IIV Olll;ll .iid OJ' k, ii. 1..V tS'K",
y. J'ultfi:, Coiuniaadcr.
tnday evening, June 1st, nt the M,
E. Church given by the Kendall, Hixson
concert company, and will consist of
sacred music, recitations and instrmen-
iai music. Ann will be given under
the auspices of the Harrison Hpworth
Iuasrue, who will divido the proceeds
with the company to hdp defray their
expenses. Admittance 10 A 13 cents.
M. W. of A.
Soo Camp No 2923:
You are expected
to tie in Harrieon. on May 80th to take
part in the Decoration J lay Exercises.
All toe members will meet at the
Lodge Hall preparatory to going to the
c..urcii tor toe services.
J. I. Davis, Clerk.
uitu At bit home In Otuiiiiw. I.on May
iu, IKS), or nesrt fiiorj, John K. nhetMird.
Kd 67 years, It month, and 27 dy.
John R. Shepard, was trn i n Jefferson
eouuty, CSIo, May 13, 14, where lie lived
nntll ttnliiiigmau' mtste, In lsi2 ha mov
ed toOttumwa, la., where thefsmlly have
since redded .except hi son Wilbur who la
a resident of Sioux county, He was married
to Miss Mry Hwlekard, to this nnion wero
bornfoai children, tn died in Infsnry,
snd two son with the bereaved wife and
mother are left to mourn his lorn.
Mr. Shepard will be rememberd by mny
of our ituople in thin place MhHvlnaiiiiuie
perUjdiral irtns to sioux county to vb.it lil
on and to look after lila bosiuem iiiir,u
Intense sufTerinjf wag endured by wit
new T. L Martin, of Dixie Ky., before lie
gave this evidence: "I coughed every
..i.uniii mr inroai was nearly raw;
then tried Dr. Kings New Uiscovery
which gave instant relief. I have used
it in my family for fouryenrsaud recom
mend it a the irrentest remedy fo-
I ough. Odd, ami all Throat Client and
Lunif troubles it will
ough, and not nnlg prevents but abo. i
lutely curei Consumption. Price i l J
wmtsand fl.00. Every kottle guarau-
season at my place
7 miles north-west
Over In Wyoming.
Hill Shatto was drilling a well
Tom Hell, near I.usk, last week.
At the liepubhca:) caucus held in Kir
I ley precinct on the 5ih in"t. Francis
u:l was chown as delegate to the
At the annual m hool meeting on the
7th. Klias f oote was elected director
for a term of throe years. The Umrxi
was int,truct.I to have 1'iftoen months
of school ih the two schools during Ibe
year and wages was raiwd to $W ier
month. T!w board was instructed to get
the new school Iioumj inurtd for !?'500.
Mr. Portly man was an overnight visi
tor at our sanctum, one night last week,
Rev. Smith and wife spent last week
visiting among his parisiwners here in
We understand that fieorge Davis has
moved his family into the Slreeter prop
erty which he bought a short time ago.
Fred Smith, of Manville, put out a
crop on John Sutton's land. The ridge is
all right when a man will come 40 miles
to farm a little erowid here.
Miss Dot ha P.artell is visiting friends
on the ridge this week.
A daughter of James Nolan's was the
guest of Mrs. Fred Deuel last week.
Mr. Church moved his family into bis
new house on last Saturday. They are
now nicely located and bid defiance to
the wind and rain.
Whilt in Harrison on lat Siturdnv we
called at the print shop of the Harrison
Sun and witnessed Roy rutj oil the drat
copy of theOreat venture.
What has become of KSi Parkins alias
Doggie man iu the l.i'-t ffx bvies?
Look out for tl: c' lij.s of the sun on
the morning of the 2th. No doubt but
it will ba a grand sight and one to be
remembered by the 'ittle folks for years
to come. .
Andrew. Christian was taken violently
sick on last Sunday. Dr. Phinney was
called and sluved by him all Sunday
irtrht. He was resting easier no Mon-
TIicto will ho Mass at the Court
House on lacsday. May, 2!, at
C- L. SMITH, 0 TT f7hvr-r
UAUKISOV . .NEBRASKA.
Fnmlsy K-lm.l io o'clock a. m. Kpworth
leugf fi ;,'iU p. jji.
rrvarlilns every Mindny evenlnir st 7:30
i. m., iid eier- spernate Sunday at II a. m
romiiienriiiE Jxuuarr It. IliOO. Every body
rorumiy lavlicd U utiend these nervlren.
E. PHINNEY. IL D.
I'bylsclan and Surgeon.
All call! given prompt attenlioa.
Office la Drug ftlore.
-HARPJSOM - HKBRA8KA.
Prompt attention given to all legal
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, and before the United S La tee
Fire Insurance written in reliable
tU" Legal papers carefully drawn.
Hamimos. - Neskakka.
H. i. 0 Conned,
Will Practice la All Conrts.
Special AtteaUoa illrea to Land 0f
Collections sad all baslness rntrnst-
ed Usm will recrl re prompt attention.
flAKRMoX - NKintASK.
Michael Rjffing, h'Uvicvob.
I am prepurM to lo all klniltof Civil
When in need of the rlurveors Services,
give me a call as I have a full and com-
I'1"1 ntilfit. together with experien-e Io
do tlie work wiUl neatnena and disjwtch.
Go to ROHWER'S for Lumber, Har
ness, Flour & Feed, or anything in his
line of business; he will save you mon
ey by giving you a squar deal.
THE PIONEERPHARMAUY. jj f
'q Drugists Sundries, y
Paints, Oils, VarnislieS,
BOOkS and STATIONARY. ?
)) J. E. PHINNEY, Propfietor.
Harrison, - - - - Nebraska.
p CAPITAL STOCK P.MD
y'iD SURPLUS FUND -
C. F. Coffee, President.
Ciias. C. Jameson. 13.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Will make the rvipoii of 11)00
at the DII-X'KMANN L1VE
IiV BARN in Hrnlrnn.
PZDiCtE l"i:'tcc-u aivU't-iilli.
Weight, 1500 lhM.
TKKMS: STi.00 for the seas
on, nayuole middle ot peapon.
Ukcouallso us Otyls on Dbbism
V a rT io v. t.u
Wa Cclcbrato Our 2at? "ducat
TOR SALE-8 IjrisUred Hereford
Uulls; one 8 years old, one short horn 8
yearn old, also yearlings, Here fords and
Short horns, Chah UlflTT.
At smeetlnif of the Board of Comity Com-
nilmioiieraorKlmii Omnty, Xebraolm. held
on the ilthdny of Jsnusrv. loan ih fii,.w.
n(ftliiiHteof epen!S for the; year 1.00
nintrlct Court Enpenses., f.OiOOn
m.alsnt BrMre. i.rri
. I .trnri 0J
I'rlutlNK and J'uWI.hlns-
' - . , (in iwj
Institute . . )mM
Soklien R.-llf ;
fpevlal toad OUtrwt ..viu (
.... ..i".fifto i
S Doalu Svnnu CI uvrwvnni )t-(i, owt'slrl-.r ...r'!il
W.4t 4. KAIi 4, f.Ml ity .lrh.
Flour & Feed
I). H. Giuswolp, Cagbier.
E. BltKWSTF.K, A. McG INLET,
WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, New Yoiik.
OMAIJA NATIONAL UANK, Osiaua, Nsa.
A ( (I
rile. 1Bil Ultu i
i II bh 1,0 li,wtl JJMllJle
it our siria E. liaBnaS
7 i -a tvii.r-1
8 t'n!. nn: l
I un I run
'islr, llnjnJ aud Oroa-
ih-ublR Reijeniot Aitlon.
riu y Rtfn.
IVobi V- tiorod Oi,,.
rim-hK) I. (j . I. M - h .rsny .inl Wslnoa
I. 'Id orCkrv fi-iru.
Kj.j.ui.lon slule lwk; UoliUj Pa.ll
Three fedsl sa4 f.dal OysM He.
ll-.n'lful.7 Ho1.Ul u4 l-ulUauO.
IIoIitIil; 4 f-i, n 1,,-Hm.
yitUi: ft fn-t. rx-
Wpih: 1 Imu .a IneB
tao In Can, Wslnut Vrr. Qnae.
ed 0.1C, Aoiiqae tbkaud inh4iut.
Writ (or Tsrew umd prlcv.
F.ry ltnim Plmnn . (,'a .rnrte-it rf
r, ........ y,., w UVM BiO'IlCKll.n.
Aiimvcrsai October 1. IQ'M.
Kutrsyed from White Klver, four miles
west or Glmi. one bay Pinto" Mare, tlrl
feel, white , and branded s, on Mt
Any one fftvlnf me information of her
where-, hout. .m M iirH,,, rtKMlir4 by
wntlnif to me. '
I have a few piM for we
W. H. FIiimjih
nTU I'tiNteiwu, and St. Ixiois
KepuMic, 1-C0.ir year. Try it.
-Parties havisjf bueine with ma
In reKartl to s. Iwol matters will il -a
ny om in Harrison on a,y Raturdsy i
s that is my ofike day, J, B. tvm
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