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HABRISOlsT, ITBBRASKA, THUBSmY, APRIL. 25, 1901
253 O. 43.
nuHULSTlori IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT."--Ho. WlllUa J. Bryan.
Advertise Your Stock Brands in the PRESS-JOURNAL.
Subscript Ion Price
Official Paper of
Gko. D. Canon,
EVTIVKD AT THE IJAiniFfN Pi ST
England, a a result of Iho war in the
Transvaal, Ir facing a honvy deficit in
revenues to the amount if somet i ig
ike eigtity thrae ml I ion poujJs surliug.
Tn the U, lava warn-; in thermal !
redwiirf, Boihoro the true mirror cf
dim who thus defines hid owu character
Qud w love.
A woman came in confessional to a
priest and t dd him tint .she had be n
slandering her neighbors. The priest
promised her absolution on condition of
her performing a penance. lie cave hfr
a th's'.lo top and said: ''You cm take
tint thistle and scatter the seeds ull ovtr
the field. 1 -
Sle went and did no and came hack.
"aow" said the priest "gather up ull
t!oseds." She sa!d' 'I cant." "Ah"
hf mi I, 1 1 mw you tnn'l." neither can
u gather up the evil worj.1 you spoke
"anriw-ylSur citlKTil,r-i." " ""' " "'"
There is probably no other way in'
t hich bo much I arm is accomplish .d as
through the sin of got:p.
The harm in cftcs innocently dor-G. for
this and that in spoken of, to a fri?it or
m.ibbor with no thought, of its going
further, but l!:e word oi;ce f p:!:e!i is like
tii thistle feed, it can nnvcr be brought
In future agis men tvol uloss the great
c imbiuaiions of capital which frightcu
u j at present. Tluse coHibi nations are
harmful to the individual, to lbs dit-chargt-d
drummer, to tletmtill bu.siuess
loan driven to production urd deprived
cf the m'ddb.'iuan's j y. Bat these
combinations are great advance tigents
of social reorganir-ation. They have
do'ie aud irs doing the greatest work cf
thisuga. They tn.ible industry to be
organized id an enormous labor-saving
ma'e. They abolish childish wasteful
competition and annbiUte' old fogy ideas
of political tconomy. Great weafl.l,
hated today, paves tho way for a social
system to be hoswd oa organization and
oat on competition. Great wealth a!
mere tool in the iiunds Of the ablest in
dustrial lead-.rs, prepare for the inevila-'
Lie day when national industries shall be
rational property, when working men
will be stlf reSjiecling partners and not
dissatisfied servant. This is the painful
train pod period of gestation The birth
of social organization wiil come in due
ti ue. Ai b jr Brisbana, in N. Y. Journ-
The religious society, christian scien
tists we notice, during the past year or
more are making rapid progress in the
United States, at least it would seem so
to us from what we read from the daily
and weekly press. And now, we begin
to lea n from thes sources that about all
the protestant denominations are begin
ir.g to prota.-t against what they are
pleased to t- r.u the christian scientist
dnclring as being heterodox, and con
trary to the leaching of the bible. Thus
we sen tho same spirit exemplified today
that prevaied when the meek and lowly
Jesus was on tin earth. At that time
Jesus deciples enme to him and declared
there were others, who wire not of their
faith but were casting Out devils, or evil
spirits in his name, and they forbade
them, but Jesus told his own deciples
that if those, others, whom his deciples
complained of doing good, or perform
ing miracles in Ids name, "if they 1 e
fr us. they are not against us." If
(ho , who are engaged in trying to save
souls for the kingdom of immortal glory
win Id ni ike greater efforts along that
Him of christian work instead of fighting
Dm denomination because they do not
agree with their views, we believe the
wrld would be revolutionized much
quicker. The great trouble with our
churches now a-dayt, is lack of applied
Christianity and a little too much world
linew Inside the pales of the church, to
gether with too much meddling with
affairs outside the church. We wonder
what the difference will be wheter a soul
iajaro through one particular organ Iza-
or tome other?
The Bout Blood Purifier.
11m blood is constantly being purified
by tho lungs, liver and kidneys. Keep
these organs in a healthy condition and
the bowels regular and you will I svo
no need of a blood purifier. For Ibis
puposo there Is nothing equal to Cham
be rlaln's utoroneh and Liver Tablets, one
dose of them will do vou more good than
a dollar bottle of the best blood purifier.
Price, 81 rents. Samples free at J. E.
WiKKKn drug store.
Vat. oa, nemmi
Per Year $1.00.
OlITCE AS PlfOKD CLAN) MaTTF.H.
n ii ii J. .ill.
If troubled by a weak digestion, loss
of appetite, or constipation, try a Jew
loses of Chimbarhiiu's Stomach and
Liver Tvblets. Every box warranted
For sule I vj, E. FY.
You will waste time if you try to cure
indigestion or dyspepsia, by starving
yourself. Thut only make it worse
when you do eat heartily. You al.vys
need plenty of good food properly (ligest
td. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is ihe result
of yearn of scientific research for sonic
t hing that would digest not only tome
elements Of food but every kind. And it
is the one remedy that will do it. J. K,
Tis Easy to Feci Good.
Omiotless IhouaiiiKts be fWum) u Mu
sing to the body in Dr. King's New Life
Pills, which positively cur-j constipation,
Hick Ili-uduche, b'zaines', jiundice, Sla
l.iria, fever and Ague and all Liver and
ntomacii troubles, purely vegetable;
never.griue or weaken. Only "c at J.
12. Pirnney'u drugstore.
lie Kept Ills JVg.
Twelve years ngo J. VV. Sullvan, fo
Hi rtford, Conn., scratchd his leg with a
rusty wire. Inflammation acd blood
poisonirg set in. For two years he suf
fered intensely. Then tba best dotors
u-ged amputation, "but," he writes, "I
used one bottle of Electric Bitters and 1
boaea of Bucklen's Arnica Salve and
my le was sound and well as ever."
For Eruptions, Eczema, Ttstter, Salt
P.lieum, seres ana all blood disorders El
ectric Bitters has no rival on earth, Try
them J. E. PurwEY will guarantee satis
faction or refund monev. Only 50 cents.
"I have been troubled with indigestion
for ten years, have tried many things
and spent muc h money to no purpose un
til I tried Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I have
taken two bottles and gotten more re
lief from them than all other medic ines
taken. I feel more like a boy than 1
have felt in twenty years." Anderson
Riggs of Sunny Lane, Tex. Thousands
have testified as did Mr. Riggs. J. E.
A Testimonial From old Ti: gland.
"I consider Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy the best in the world for bronchitis,'
says Mr. William Savory, of Warring
toD, England. "It has saved my, wife's
life, she having been a martyr to bron
chilis for over six years, being most of
the time confined to her bed. She is now
quite well," Seld By J. E. PnwsEY.
The Old Established Line.
llotwern Omaha aud St. Puul
la the North-Wcstt-rn
Rates to the bkvninl meetivg Haul
Camp Modern U'ocdmcn of America
have bten announced at one fare, plus
$2.00, for the round trip.
Tho railroads of Nebraska connectit g
with the North-Western Line at Omaha,
Tuk i nion PaCIF c,
B. & M ,
C. H-1. & P.,
find the rond connec ting at Missouri Val
ley is the Fkemont, Elkhorn & Ma Val-
Delegates and their friends from ull
points io the state can therefore secure
the best accommodations by buying
throngh tickets from their home towns
via the most convenient rond to the
Missouri Riverand tha "NoilTH-WKSTKItN
LlSB" beyond. v
TWO TIIROCOil TRAI.VS DAILY.
Lv. Omaha, Union Passenger
Station 7:55 P. M.
Lv. Omaha, Union Passenger
Station 1:55 A. M.
The night train has modern broad ves
tibukd coaches and pullman sleep
ers, The day train has moJurn broad vestl
lul id coaches and observation buffet
p. rhr car.
We not the fact that "M. W. of A."
always want Iho best when they can get
It for the same m-moy. The motto of
the North-Westarn Lino is "The Bast of
J, R. Rl'CHANAV,
General Passenger Age nt ,
Over In Wyoming.
Rev, Warren was out to the Ridge and
held services in the east school house.
The Sabbath school, was reorganized
with F. D. I'u I as superintendent. The
f. 8. will Le held in the west hchool
Andrew h slhin, was an overnight
visitor in Lusk last Saturday night.
Mr. CI urch, f?r., has been 'jiiita poot ly
but is now able to he around again.
Mr. Dryer, ofth e valley, has bought a
ranch in Routh Dakota, and has nicvel
into tho same.
We understand that the rites of bap
tism will be administered to those so de
siring at tho next meetting, one week
from next Sunday,
Philip Freeze, planted quite a patch of
potatoes ou last Thursday. We fear it
is a little too early to plant many.
Lock Kirtley, a former resident here
bus taken up his residence with Lo.
Wilson, so we hsar.
Tbk will sen farming begin in earnest,
u less we should have a few more days
o snowfall, such as visited us on the
15 h. .
M . IloUerfleld has purchased a new
due drill and expects U ; ut in tha most,
of his crop with out plowing.
Murphy and Davis havs rented about
30 acres of land of John Sutton and will
try farming in the great state of '.vyoni
M. Sutton has leased tha windmill
and improvements, on h;3 homestead to
Sam Kaori, who will run his cattle on
the range there this season,
Mr, Jennings has rented his farm to
J. D. Williams, who will put in a crop
there. Mr. Jennings has purchased a
sw mill and will get out lunioer this
instead of farming.
Potatoes soem to 09 in great demand
this spring and are as staple as sold dol
Miss Amy Christian was no! feeling so
well on last Sunday, it is to be hoped
that she v. ill soon regain hor health.
L. W. Thorp of the national Slioep
and Land Co., was on the ridge Uw Qrst
of the week buying potatoes.
Elias Foote is working for the nation
al sheep and land Co. Ue expects to
work there all season. Zekieu
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature la strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gani. It is the latest dlscovereddlgest
ant and tonic. Ho other preparation
can approaca it in emoency. itin-i
stantly relieves and permanently cures '
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, I
in I . . . 1 . . t. v ra 3 I
Sick Headache, Gastralgia Cramps and
all otber results ot imperfect digestion.
PriceSOc. and ft. Large size contains IH times .
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X.I thought I wou'd give Zek e!s items
a chance to appear before I should writ
a'ain, and it is fcitb pleasure I tube up j
my pencil. , I
We are very glad indeed to learn that
Mr. Rice is able to be at Ids post again,
and bepe he may be spared many years
to continue his labors for the master.
We are longing for some relief for the
long suspense, about the small pox in
Mr; Miller's family. We hope it did not
spread Lut it seems to us M. A. C. has
Ceased writing items long enough to
have had tiie small pox twice. No
items from the valley at ail, makes the
paper appear lonesome.
We expected to learn the weather had
beon bad 'n Sioux county, for we had
tain and fog here for a week, and the
weather has been unusally cool, ar.d
spi-fhg backward, so old settlers say.
Fall wheat looks well also rye. I be
gin to fell more encouraged as I have a
prospect iu encouraged as I have a pros
pect in view of something green to cat
by and by. Radish, peas and lettuce are
up "and cabbage plants set out, but
people seem to think I am crowding the
season a little, but I think they dont
"rustle" quite enough down here. Ex
perience is a dear teacher and mayby I
will fall in line with the rest after while
I know I will if I find it necessary.
If Col. Copeland happens )our way
dont fail to tiear him. His lecture, see
ing the elephant is good, very good in-
The juniors at the college gave a fine
entertainment, it, was "an evening with
Longfellow" ard "the bridge'bas al
ways been a favorite of mine. Prof.
Uaworth sang it and as a solo Binger he
is one of tha best, then when acted by
seven pretty girls all robed in while,
j ou could almost hear the clock strike
and isee the moon rise. It was grand.
We learned by the press anjdf "the.,
Omaha daily that Bliss Lizzie Cottmaa,
is quite a heroine and. her bravery and
presence of mind was remarkable. We
wanted to shout hurrah for Sicux county-
r i4 OO YEARS' N
Anrmifl wnillnc a kf ch and dwCTlntlnti may
enlckly wiferialu our oplnton irno wbetiior an
IliTMillon In prol)l)lj ptttentabl. Comn)inil.
tlom i rlctly ronHdentlal. Handbook on HatenU
avnt fnm. UMnt neoncy for curing patent.
fatanta taken IMniau-h Munn A Co. receive
peclat notice, wllhoat charge, la tho
A hann,om)lr HliitTd weeVlr.
culation of any -rtentlBo Journal. Torma, ! a
lour mnnina, ai. cuiwijywi m)..",
Offloe. m V fU WuktuKton,
New VeClt, ,
Th JotfttsAL will publish your brand, like
the following, for S2 :00, per year. Each ad
nitional braucl 75 cents. - Jivery lariuer or
ranchmen In Sioux and adjoining counties
aonld advertise tlielr brands in THEjocn
kalss it circulates all over the state. It
may lie tlie means of saving money for yeu
- S500 REWARD.
For the arrest aud conviction of any party
or parties stealing- or dlsf ljjnring any brand
on stock belonging to the undersigned par
oa rlgli shoulder or
branded on right Jaw Also, I have
Horses branded on left thigh
Tost 0I!c Addreas,
Harriaon, Sionx Co., Nebraska
F. E. JANDT.
60, 117, - ffl
ou loft hip
on left Jaw
left hip of Cattle.
Sioux County, Nebraska.
Post Office, Hewitt,
JOHN T. SNOW.
on left shoul-
branded on left shoulder
aud Cattle on left aide.
Poet Qfilee Address,
Patrick, Laramie Co. Wyo.
GEORGE 8WANSOX. ,.'
on left side
on left shou
Idcr, ranpe on Soldier Cre k.
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.
Horses branded on
Cattle same on loft
left shoulder and
Sheep barnded jjj 011 l'ck or
back of Shocp.
Range on Soldier Creek and White River.
Address, Ft. Robinson, Nebraska.
(JWDt the rollnw
Inxbrand on eith
er: Also HQ on cat
tle and horses
cattle on leftside
biirsrs on left
Range on Silver Springs and oast of state
Ine. I'otofllee Harrison Neb
CIIA.I-K? NKWMAN. -
The brand represented in this notice
and branded any where on left side
of cuttlo, and over lap ut from the
Og Also tlie same brand on left thigh of
g'Jfjfjui horsus, belongs to the undersigned.
Range near East Springs south part io
Sloux county. Chaki.cs Newman,
J S. TUCKER.
Branded on left shoulder ot horses
md on left stde of cattle.
on right sidj
right side of cattle too.
Range orf Whlto River, near Glen,
Post Ofllco address, Glen, Nebraska.
DEEP CREEK LIVE STOCK Co.
Branded on left hip of Cattle
aud on loft cheek of Hor?o,
Range on Deep Creek.
Address, Deep Creek Live Stock Co,.
J. H. IlALBtBT, Foreman,
BOURRET ft SON8.
ed amo ss that
on cut on eith
er side of ani
mal. And following on
left side of cattle.
on left side of she stock.
on left side and hip.
Range on Running WsU-r.
Poitoffloe addrese, Barrison, XeBraskP
AX . -.W
For proof to convict any person of steal
lug, altering, running off or la may way
damaglngs stock branded
side or hip,
Addross, Jamkb Foicb,
Brand combi doubl
a left side
of cattle. Horses sarui
Cat out right
Cattle all dehorned.
Kange ou Kyle Creek",
Tost Office, Glen Nebraska
Cattle branded ft on left hip also
Bange on Soldier Creek and White Btver.
Address, Glen, Nebraska.
Foreinau, Fbed If ASOV.
on left hip and
jaw, and same
on Horses. Also
on left jaw, shoulder or flank. Also Horses
on left flank and
ou left shoulder..
Range on head cf Van Tasaell creek, Wyo.
Post Office aJdres, Harrison, Neb.
BREWSTER & Co.
i d same as that
on cut, either
left hip or on
Hor branded with any of above brands.
Address, J. A. Ancbiisox,
on left side.
Aluo Cstlln braacd
on left hip.
sliouldr or side.
. o. Address
Range on Run-
on left side.
Address Agate, Neb.
Horses and cat
tle branded on
cither side same 3
And Cattln branded
tide, and Horses on left
Address, Bodarc, Nebraska.
ed on left side.
"P. O. Address Harrison, Nebraska,.
On left side or hip of cattle, I
On left shoulder ef hnraes.
1 Range on the hood u Warbcmnet
Address Harrlsos, Eloax Oo. Neb
J A on the toft
side and same on
der of horses.
Address, Harrison, Vebrks.
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