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ERRISOZST, ITEBRASJC A, THTJRSID3r, U07. 1, 1900
Onr Molto--''NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED AJNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT. "--Hon. William J. Bryan.
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' Subscription Price Per Year fl.OQ.
Official Paper of Sioux County.
Gko. D. Canon, - Editor,
ESTEhED AT THE HkMtWiS PCfiT OFFICE AS Bl.r..'D Cl.A.'S MATTKR.
Fusion voters' should by all meant be
on their guard against being persuaded
to cut, an v of the legislative candidates,
on the fusion ticket Remember you
are not furthering the financial interests
of any of these candidates, as much as
you are Ihervby injuring your personal,
interests. Why? There are two United
Senators to bo elected. Take tlie matter
under serious advisement, and your wise
judgement will dominate, we feel assur-1
WILLIAM J. BRYAN,. .Lincoln, Neb.
Fur Vice Pnwldent:
A. K. STEVENSON. Bloomingtoo, His.
Tut Presttfontlal Electors:
FRANK T. RANSOM, Silver Repub.
ROBT. OHEUFILDER, Democrat
I N. VENDT,
JAMES HUOES, "
JOHN H. FELBER, Populist
WILLIAM H. GARRET,
W. O. 8 WAN,
FUSION STATE TICKET.
WILLIAM A. POYNTER,. ..Populist.
For I.luut. Governor: ;
E. A. GILBERT,. . Free Silver Repnb,
' C V. Rvnbmln. .i; ponnlint
For State Treasurer :
8. H. H07MI1D
For State Auditor:
Tlieodore Grecs,. .......... "
For Attorney General :
W. D. OLDHAM Democrat
For fom'r I'nb. L. & B. ;
P. J. CAREY, .........Populist
For Snpt, I'nb. liMtnictioiis:
C. F, BECK,.... "
. For OonRreux, nth District:
WILLIAM H, NEVILLE "
For Krprcscntutlv, !Brd District:
CHARLES F. COFFEE Democrat
Foa Senator Hth liMrlct:
W. R HAYWARD Populist.
For County Attorney,
W. O. PATTERSON.
For Sheriff by rctltlon,
ForV'onilulssloner 2nd district.
' L. 0. LEWIS, j,
Jignii riir ir-n -HTiirr8riTirrriiiii'
Iii'piilljctin are Paying from Fifty to Seventy-five
Dollars for Votes.
"Never in the forty years I have been active i n politics have I known the
Republicans to possess such vast sums of money prior to election day," said
a member Of the Democratic State Committee of New York.
"Agents of the McKiniey and OJell campaign commitees are traveling throgh.
out my own and othar districts, vinitiog personally as far as possible every farmer
and business man who is prenumed to be on the fem e, and offering him his own
price to support the republican candidates. Knowing Democrats are importuned
to remain away from the polls on election day. . - '
"I thought the limit had been reachedjin the Horace Greety campaign, but I
should not be surprised if from $30 to $75 were offered for Democratic votes." ,
Vice-Clini rtrwn William J. Stone or the Democratic National Committee, who
months ago told the Journil that the only hope of of McKinley's re-electon was
in the improper use of money, does not now believe that any quantity of it can
wrest New York State from Bryan. He said yesterday : V
"I will now say, for the first time, that I am confident Bryan will carry New
York. The mfurmllnnrtt. m.H un Mr. Rntrnn ia nniu in P.i.klU.
holds in the interior must mean something. And we are going to carry New
Jry too. We do not np(U New York to win, nor even New Jersey, but il
really looks: as though we are going to capture them both."
Another Lie Nailed.
Some of Deitrich's friends in this borg,
have vainly sought to placate the honest
inquiring voters, in regard to that gentle
man's being totally spurned by his own
city papers, but more especially for bis
being wholly ignored, by all the christian
ministers of Hastings, h'S home city; and
hare told them that it is all "rot" that
Deitrich has letters of endorsement, from
ministers of Hustingf, in fact they them
stives declare they have seen them.
Well let us together investigate mat
ters. For us, we find that the only min
ister who has endorsed Mr. Dtitrich at al
ia a "janitor" in the post office at Hast
ings, and prior to bis obtaining that posi
tion be was "janitor" of theFiibt national
bank of Hastings, and is no other than
the bank owned by Deitrich. ' So the min
ister proves to bs a janitor. "Truth is
mighty, and must prevail."
During the past two years of president
McKinley's "reign" 133 trusts have been
frtrmH. with n. ffimt.1imt.im of nvr
3,000.009,000. Yet, $ mark Hannasavs
there are no trusts. i 1
C. F. Coffee, President. ; F. W.Clabkb, Cashier.
Chas. C. Jameson. H. S. Claekb. A. McGiitley.
Stockmen having use for a bank at this point may rely on
us to handle their entire Banking busines.
&We are prepared to take care of our trade at all times
Th JoskvalwU) publish yomr brand, like
the following, for K :00, per rear. Each ad
dltional brand 75 cents, jurery farmer or
ranchmen la Sioux and adjoining counties
should advertise their brands in Thb Jeva
KALas It circnlates all over the state. It
may bo tbe means of saving money for yen
The Constitution and the Flag.
A letter received today from the chair
mil of the Populist Senatorial district
committee at Ainswortb, informs us that
Judge 3. K. Alder, has left the trust par
ty of McKiniey and Ilanna, and declared
. for fer Bryan and Stevenson, and I tad
written a letter to the Ainsworth Star
Jou real, giving his reasons for not sup
porting McKiniey and the trusts, but the
Bar Journal refused to publish the let
ter. Thus it is, men of influence and
good judgemhnt are coining out daily
for Mr, Bryan, the champion of the peo-l.-s
Before voting this fall do not forget the
record the fusion " State officers made
for honesty and econmy in the manage
ment of the state's bumes,
The population of the United States
luxxirding to the latest census is 74,280-000.
The American Anti-imperialistic league has issued an address to the n. depend
ent voters, which sbrt Ars that the most prominent educators, lawyers and bjsmesa
men or th country are opposed to President McKinley's policy in Porto H:co and
the Philippines. Forty signed the address, and these forty voted for McKiniey
four years ago, Tua address ia as follows: . ,
"The undersigned citizens of the United States' regard with profound appro
hension the course of tlis present administration in Porto Rico and the Philippines.
Our prior acquisitions' were of adjacent territory for the extension of the area of
constitutional government and the creation of new states to the union. We made
their few Inhabitants cttizarw; our people settlad thorn; we there establistn the in .
tilutums of freedom. For the Grat timo in our history it now proposes that the
president and congress .Khali buy territories and millions of men outside our consti
tutional system. , OiJlcials sworn to defend the constitution and deriving all their
powers 'therefrom, luv0 acquired colonies and assumed arbitrary authority to gov
ern thuir inhabitants without consent and tax them without representation. This
policy offers to the peopla of Porto Rico ar.d the Philippines no hope of independ
ence, tfo prospect of American citizenship, no representation in the congress which
taxetinm. T.iis is g iveroraont by arbitrary power; this is imperialism,
"We believe that it is the first duty of the Aniericau people to stamp witn
their disaproval, doctrines so hostile to liberty and dangerous to constitution'
government. If they are to remain free and their government is to continue
representative, their servants must not have or exercise any but constitutional
powers. Between the claim of freedom tliatall men are entitled to equal poli
tical rights and the dogma of tyrany that might makes right, there is no middle
ground. " We have not pri or to this year supported thr candidacy sf Mr. Bryan
We do not concur in certain of his views on i.iinor issues. Yet bis position on
the supreme Issue of the pf'went campaign is so sound and his advocacy of has
been m able and couragtwus that we now favor his election" as the most effective
way of hhowing dlsaproval of Mr. McKinnley's course. Without claiming any
spw'ial political influence, we unite, for what our example may be worth to our
fellow-citizen, in this statement of proposed action in the presence of a greater
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danger that we are to be transformed from a republic, founded on the declaration
of indcpaiidence, guided by the counsels of Washington' into a vulgsr, common
place empire, founded ou phhical force.
'We inviss the co-operation of all independent voters to avert this great and
impending danger. .
Signed Anti-imperialistic League of the United States.
A chairman 'of a Republican county
central committee of New York dav be-
f re yesterday rt signed, and declared for
taa Democratic ticket. Fifty of his re
publican friends followed his example
t lose are straws which shows which
, w:vv the wind blos.
TO Fool The Farmer and Cattlemen.
, The final efforts of the trusts to fool
farmers and cattlemen, into voting the
"prosperity" ticket is a boom of
prices for wheat, oats, corn, cattle, hogs
sheep and other farm products on the
eve of lection,
The trusts are in control of the mark
et and if they choose to push up prices
a few notches for campaign effect they
will have no difficulty in doing it. And
of course if they can push up prices be
fore election they can push them down
again after election Will they fail to do
so'? Well, hardly. It is their game to
fooV the farmers just now when McKin
iey so urgently and desperately needs
their votr. After Nov. fl they will
rcoup themselves and punish the small
cattle men and farmers for their folly
by smashing prices and putting the
screws tighter than ever upon the mark
Fusionists should be alive to these im
portant facts, and make thena known,
all should be waroeJ agiiast this trust
On left aide or hip of cattle, j
On left shoulder of horses, j
Sm tub liM M 1M, ttWb
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Neb
For the arrest and conviction of Say party
or parties stealing or disfiguring any lmads1
on stuck belonging to the undersigned par
DAVID COLVIXLM. -
on rlgta shoulder ov
on right Jaw Also, I have
on left side and
on left shoulder
llauge on heart of White River.
P. O. Address, Harrison, Ke'o,
on leit iblgb
I'ost Office Addresf,
- Harrison, Sionx Co., Xebraslra.
F. E. JANDT,
ou lef t bis
JOHN A. HANSON
Owns the foliow-
Also HQ on cat
tle and horHow
rattle on leftside
horses on left
Han ire on Sllror Springa and east of stats
ine. I'ostoOiCK HatrUoii Neb
left hip of Cattle.
Sioux County, Nebraska.
on left Jaw,
JOHN T. SNOW.
lpSSrZl on left show-
' CHARLKS KEWMAN.
Vbrand represented in this notice
mad bAinded any where on left side
o,ettl, and over-lap out from the
rrfct ear. ' - -j
Also the same brand en left thigh of
borws, belongs to the undersigned.
Kakge near East Springs, south part fo
Slouz county. . Charlis Newman,
SPECIAL NOTICE TO VOTERS.
We, the undersigned Chairmen and Secretaries of the Peoples Innependent
Pafty and Democratic Co. Central Committees oi Sioux county, earnestly request and
urge the VOTERS of our county irrespective of party and partisan feelings to vote
and do all they can in an honorable way for the election of William Bryan, on
the National ticket, and the State from Gov. William A. Poynter, clear on down . to
Co. commissioner of the 2nd Dist. -
Pay no attention to any stories that are liable to be circulated by the opposi
tion for the purpV of stampeding fusion voters to the republican ticket Bear in
mind that our canuiates are all clean, moral men; honest and upright and efficient
candidates, and no story circulated by republicans can have a semblance of truth
in them. , Charms Bieblk, Chm. Peoples Independent Party Co. Cen. Com.
J. T. MiEBiAM, Secretary.
Geo. D. Canon, Chm. Democratic Co. Cen. Com, "
J. E, Marstelleb, Secretary.
Reformers, beware, as now is the time
for all kinds of fa.! Ulas to be circula
ted freely Pay m attention to these
two faced serpents, wbo circulate tfaem;
M they are "boodled" for doing so, at
our expense- Beware of them,. They
have do politics but malice and deceit.
On but Saturday evening the people
of Xw York City fairly outbid tben
kIwsj, la their ovation to our chatnpioo
William Jeonlofa Bryan over 160,00 Opeo
pto participated ia the demonstration to
Mm, wpd to "Teddy" only M.000 partial-
We are ia receipt of private Informa
tion, tort Bryan A Stevenson will sweep
the country from the Atlantic to the Pa
oiOo and from the Ualf to the British
poaisesions on ttw the aorta. Kreo Oh
io and Row York etatee are now safely
within the Brraa eoinoin. Whoa the
etempioa rotanwd to the empire state
Ct gftt of this week, fak premii
tiotett very mooh atroRsnr.
sromm mm' giwwtei mishtar aaa
tar as c hwun orw a?ar.
Ex-President - Cleveland
Ex-president Cleveland, in an inter
view with the special correspondent of
the Philadelphia Times, Oct 39, said, re
lative to the political situation:
"Young man, you will see a landslide
for Bryan, the morning after elec
tion." Of that I am confident."
Wtieo Mr. Cleveland was told that the ;
republican leaders were claiming the el
ection for MoKinley, he said: Of course
hey are, that is policy.
When asked for his reason, he had for
ao thinking be continued:
The elements ail over the rountry U at
work which would be impossible to draw
into line for H Kinley" "In the ilrst
place, union Lel.or is for Bryan"
"The traveling men are lor Bryan.
Thaw men are a small army, are of the
Opinion, the republic ao party are the
potest of eorpratSoa tod oy tie am
algamation of industrial .interests many
of them have been thrown out of em
"If the republican managers honestly
think that Mckinley wiil be elected, it is
my opinion tbey will be mistaken."
Omaha World flerald.
J.S. TUCK KB.
Branded on left shoulder ot horses
ind on left side of cattle.
Range on W hit Blver, near tiles.
P. O. Address, Glcs, Nebraska.
Remember voter, if you cast your bal
nt v oniihUt!i r-andida fa for the
legislature you will be indirectly voting
for D. E. Thompson for U. S. Senator.
For D. E. Tnompsoo a mn who is the
head of the gas trust of Lincoln, a man
who is the candidate of the Burlington
railway a man who is backed by all cor
porate interests, both in and out of Neb
raska, a man who according to the sworn
testimony of 14 reputable citizens was
willing to turn traitor to and renounce
all the principles he had advocated for a
position in the U. S. Senate, a man who
is now advocating all the vicious things
of the administrationan increase in the
standing, imperialism, trusts, govern
ment by injunction opposing labor org
anizations, a man who only two years
ago was willing to oppose all these
things for office.
Shades of the immortal Lincoln! Will
the people of Nebraska be guilty of such
a thing remember that if you vote for
the republican representatives he will be
your next senator,
Voters1 remember only a few more
days, until the ballots shall have been
cast and the votes counted, but rememb
er loo that you are in a measure respon
sible whether you elect a president or a
potentate, a governor or a man that will
stoop to anything, and is a railroad tool,
and is willing to barter his very soul, as
be has no honor; to attain bis end. Will
men who love their home and families
vote for a man wbo has no regard for
the sanctity of any home? We hardly
think so, they if reflect a few moments.
DEEP CREEK LIVE STOCK Co.
Branded oh left hip of Cattle
and on left cheek of Horses,
Range on Deep Creek,
Address, Deep Creek Live Stock Co,.
Cephas Ko s, Snpt.,
VMjj"VljJ on left shon
lder, range on Soldier Creek.
Any stock branded as above being estray
ed from my range, discovered by any body
on giving me information will be rewarded.
Address, Ft. Robinson, Nebraska.
branded on left shoajdw't "
en left side.
Post Office Address,
Patrick, Laramie Co. Wyok .
' J. B. PARKER.
Horses branded on toft
Cattle same on left L-J hip.
sneep oarnuea v j
back of Sheep.
Range on Soldier Creek and. White River.
Address, Ft. Robinson, Nebraska.
For prnsf to convict any person of steak
ing, altering, running off, or in any way
damaglngs stock brand
aide or hip.
Address, Jambs Force,
' Harrtson, Neb.
Brand combl double!
of cattle. Horses same
shoulder .' "
)nt oat rlgh
Sl nil Cattle all dehori
Range on Kyle Creeat,
Post Office, Glen Nebraska.
m left side
Whom Do vou Prefer?
As a final warning to all honest voters
we most rtspeciiuuy , urge them to con
sider before voting for Governor, whttth
er or not they will have for the r.t
Governor of Nebraska, u man who ie
debauched, and utterly depraved, or r n.
who has the honor and purity of woman
hood, and the sanctity of the homo at
heart. In the former, you haven true
picture of "Deitrich" Bepubiican nan
didate for Governor, and in the latter,
vouhava a portrait of bis excllecY
r SO YEARS'
In The County Court of Sioux
IN THE U ATTE R OF THE ESTATE OF FRANZ
P. MUELLER, DECEASED.
Now on the th' day of October, A. i. 1J0O
came Freak J. Mueller, the executor of the
last will and testament of Franz P. Mueller
and prays for leave to render an account'
i such executor.
It is therefore ordered that the 19th, day of
November, MOO, at one o'clock p. m. at my
offlee in Harrison, Nebraska, be uxedas the
time and place for examining and allowing
such account. And the heirs of said deceas
ed and all persons Interested In said eSUte
are required to appear at the time and place
designated, and show cause if such exists,
whv mid account should not be allowed. It
is farther ordered that said Frank. J. nailer
executor, give notice to all persons Interest
ed in said estate by causing a eopy of- this
order to be published In the Harrison Paces,
journal, a nowspaper printed and of gone
rml circulation la said county, for three
weeks prior to the day set for said heating,
Dated October, 26, 1909.
(A true copy) lUJ 20
Aeyeae seng a Mh mt
feta, -, as the
ii bavo a portrait of bis excelMttfs
veraorPeyntor, who asks your r
if "ft : ; i
FRANK. NUTTO. .
On left side of cattle aad on lef
shoulder ot horses.
Range on Antelope creek
P. O., Gsilchrlst, Sionx Co., Neb.
Diassts obit yoa eat.
It artificially digest tbe food and aldt
Katun la strengthening and noon
tructlng tbe exnauttod dlgmtlvo or
gans. It lathe latest discovered digeit
ant and tonic No other preparation
can approach It in efficiency. It In
tantly relieves and permanently carat
Driptpsla, Indigestion, Beartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nauaea.
Sick Headacbe, Gutralgla.Crtmp and
all otber resulu of imperfect digestion.
yeaered byC. C OeWITT CO, CbMev.
Like Stanley and Livingstone found it
harder to overcome Malaria, Fever and
Ague, and Typhoid disease germs than
savage cannibals; but thousands have
found that Electrio bitters is a wonder-
cure for all malarial disseases. If you
have chills with fever, aches in back of
neck and head, and tired, worn out feel
ing a trial will convince you of their
merit W. A. Null of Webb 111. , writes:
My children suffered for more than a
Tear with chills and fever; then two
bottles of Electrio bitters cured them,"
Only B0 cents. Try them. Oimranteat
told Da. J. 5- PE3T, LiTtr.
I THB DISTRICT COURT OF IIOUX CCOirtT
Patrick Lacy, plaintiff
vs (Notice to Nen-KesMtot defendant)
Maggie Lacy, defendant
To Maggie Lacy aon-restdeet defendant;
' Ton will take notice that on the Mth day
of October.'ieno, Patrick Lacy, plaintiff, fllett
hie petition In the dlstrlet Oonrt of ntoex
f'onntv, Nebraska, the object and prayer of
which petition, Is tooht tin aa attentate di
vorce of tbe bonds of matrimony existing
between von and the said plaintiff, ' '
Ton are required to aaser said pntiMCB
on or before the Ird day of Deeember ten.
ratrtok Laey, pMattar.
Grant Qathrie, AtSorsey for assiniur.
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