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HABBISOH, nsrEBBASKA, TSTJSHDY, E-A.Y. 2, 1901.
Cur Xullo 'mo QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT." Hon. William J. Brian.
23 O.' 4.4.
Advertise Your Stock Brands in the PRESS-JOURNAL
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Books and STATIONARY.
J. E. PHINNEY, Proprietor.
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Subscription IYicc IVr Year $1.00.
Official Paper of Sioux: County.
Gko. ). Canon, - Editor.
Kntem.d at the Haiiuson Post Oitkf. as Kerdnd Clap Matter.
Ahout nix or eight weeks ago a man
by the name of Callahan was arrested
by the Onuihn Chief of Police as one of
the participants in the C'idaliy kidnapp
ing crime lust fall. Mr, Callahan was
placed on trial a week ago and Saturday
last whi acquitted of llie crime. And
now . after 13 conipotent jurors have
heard the evidence from l:ginning to
end and declared the man in not guilty,
theOaiiy papers, public sentiment ami
t lie trial judge seem to think the man is
guilty just tile same.
"I have been suffering from Dyspepsia
for tint past twenty years find have been
unable after trying all preparation and
hhvsicians to et any relief. After tak
ing om bottle of Kodol Dyspppsia cure
I found relief find am bow in better
liealtli than I have been for twenty
year. I can not praise Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure too highly." thus writes Mrs. C.
W. Roberts North Creek, Ark. J. E.
About IS months ago, little Japan
wanted to bscorne a world power, ami
concluded the best tiling to do to becom
such a thing would be to adopt the gold
standard. Now they have a financial
crash. Yes, tliey are a world power,
If people only knew what we know a-
bout Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, it would be
used in nearly every household, as there
are few peopie who do not suffer from
feeling of fullness after eating, belching,
flatulence, sour stomach or waterbrash,
caused by indigestion or dysjiepsia. A
preparation, such as Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure, which, with no aid from the stom
ach, will digest your food, certainly
can't help but do you good. J. E. Phin-
Gov. Deitrich, Monday pardoned, de
faulter, ex-city treasurer Henry Bolln,
who was sentenceJ to the sU.te peniten
tiary live tear oiro'for nineteen years
penal servitude, Ilwiry Bolln, in a broth
er of Merchant Bolln of Douglas, Vtyo,
Black Jack, the noted train robber
and murderer, was executed at Clayton.
N. M. n kist Fri-lny, in the fall from
the scaffold the h.nd of tlie tandit was
completely severed from the body.' A
toost bungling j b.
It now begins to look a if the republi
can party were getting somewhat tired
of the high protection cry. As several of
the leading republican dailies, seem to
think if the tariff was lowered, it would
knock out the trusts. That is just what
Huvermyer, the sugar king thinks; he
said, protection is the mother of trusts
and trusts, and (or the past live years
the Democratic party made the same
declaration from the house tops. Wi
begio to think it will take free trade to
kill the trusts now because there is an
anti trust law on the statute books and
the republican administration will not
enforce that law. See? Aint we right
"Our Utile girl was unconscious from
c.-uigu latum during a sudden and terri
ble attack of croup. I quickly secured a
Utttle of One Minute Cough Cure, giv
yj her three doses. The croup was
Xttstered and our little darling speedily
recovered "so writes A. L. Spafford,
Chester, Mich. J. E. PlIlSNEY.
The Old Established Line.
Between Om una ami St. Tunl
1h thu ""ortli-Wcgterii
Rniantn (he lAtmviul meriiva Hod
fmn Wiuh-rn Woodmen of Amixun
We ore glad to note that Carl A. I
Larsen, who has baen conducting the
work on a section near Van Tassel, has
been appointed to succeed W. B. Wright
on the Harrison section, thus giving him
the advantage of the schools for the edu
cation of his children.
A. O. Fisher, of Chadron vs. 1L IL
lussell of this county, is a case wherein
dipt. Fisher, sued H. II. Russell for fees
which he claims whM due him as coun
sellor for Charles Russell in his prelim-
nary trial for the murder of A. L.
Staudenmaier last May. The case was
tried before Judge Schilts court yester
day, and resulted in the court finding for
the plaintilT in the sum of $88.00. We
understand the defendant, Mr. Russell,
took nn appeal to the District court.
We are glad to announce to the
general public, and especially all lovers
of a good darkey roimstreal and cotni-s
opera show, which will take place at
Andrews Hall, Friday (tomorrow) even-
ng. The troop are composed of six col
ored ladies and gentlemen, and give the
celebrated play "Black Oddity," togeth
er with other comic features during the
evening's entertainment. Without
doubt this is beyond all probability the
best show of the kind ttiat has ever pass
ed this way and condesended to stop off
and display their talents at Harrison.
Come out and hear them.
-Will Harvey, was unfortunate last
last Friday aftrnoon; while in the tioiber
alone trying to load a log onto his wag
on with a pry and skid, and in sorno way
the skid gave away causing the log to
fall back on one of his legs, breaking it
about midway between the ankle and
knee joints. The accident occured a-
Uout an hour before sundown and he was
compelled to stay there until about S
o'clock in the evening before assistance
came to bis relief. Dr. Phinney was dis
patched for, and went out and sot the
fractured member and otherwise Jooked-
after his physical conditions. It means
Will must lay u) for at least six weeks
from bis labors.
News From The
: j Post.
i Ft. Robinson April 29, 1901.
, Fine weather new, grass looks floe.
Dad Young has sold out to P. F. Cram
lett of Crawford.
Wedding bells near Olen the first
J. ' T. Mason has rented the M. J.
Blewett school section
BORN To J. T. and Mrs. Mason on
the 28lh ult, a daughter weight 9 lbs.
Martin Weber is fencing a large pas
Over In Wyoming.
The Jodsnal will publish your brand, like
tb following, for 12 :00, per year. Each ad
ditional brand 75 cents. Jtvery taruier or
ranchmen In Sioux and adjoining counties
should sxlTcrtise their brands in The.Iodk
NALas It circulates all over the state. It
way be the means of savins money for you
For the arrest and conviction of any party
or parties stealing or disfiguring any brands
on stock belonging to the undersigned par
ou righ shoulder or
on right Jaw Also, I bare
fl OO Reward.
For proof to convict any person of steal
lug, alteriug, ruuuiug off or In any -uy
damaging slock branded
side or nip.
Address, James Fokci,
f.' , Harriseu, Neb.
A.T. HUGH SON.
Brand cotnbl doublet
of cattle. Horse same
;ut out righ
J. Cattle all dehorned.
liange on Kyle Creek,
Pott Office, tilen Nebraska
on left side
Old Soldier! Experience.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife waa
sick a long time in spite of good doctor's
treatment, but was wholly cured by ,Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which worked
wonders for her health.." They always
do. Try them. Only 25c at J. E. Pin
ney's drug store.
have bc-en announced at one fare, plus
$2.00, for the round trip.
The railroads of Nebraska connecting
with the North-Western Line at Omaha,
The union Pacific,
It. & M. ,
MrsHot iu Pacimc,
C, It. I. & P. ,
nd the road connecting at Missouri Val
ley is the Fremont, Elkhokn & Mo. Val
Delegate and their friends from all
point in the slate can therefore secure
th best accommodations by buying
through ticket from their home towns
via the most convenient road to the
Missouri Riverand tho "Nokth-Wshtkhn
TWO TTIIIOUOIC THAIS9 DAILY,
Lv. Omaha, Union Passenger
Station 7:53 r. U.
Lv. Omaha, Union Pitimenger
SUUon 6:55 a. M.
The night train has modern broad ves
tibuled coaches and pullman sleep
ers. The day train has modern broad vesti
huled coaches and observation buffet
We note the fact that "M. W. of A."
always want the het when they can get
it for the same money. The motto of
the North-Western Line is "The Dest of
J. R. llrcmfu
Geo. 'ill l'iisrii;rr Agriil,
Joe Sturdivant came up from Hew
itt tliu first of tho week to uo some
trading and business affairs.
"Dad" Young, from near Ft. Robin
son, in this county was in town Monday
attending to business at the court
The dance at the Andrews Hall last
night was quite well aittniieu, uave
Barllctt and L. C. Wright furnished the
M. J. Carroll, who has been at Mor
croft, Wyo., during the past few months
returned to the tosom of his family
Arthur Christian, came into town
Monday evening and had a surgical op
lerutioo performed by having a very
piuiful tooth extracted.
We understand that J. J. Kipp has
sold his ranch to the Schaefer's and for
the summer go to Oeriog whore he will
put in the season for the next seven or
eieht mouths. Oeriag's gain will be
Sioux County's loss.
It saved his leg.
P. A. Danforth, of LaOrange, Oa.,
suffered for six months with a frightful
running sore on his leg; but writes that
Bucklen's Arnica Balve wholly cured it
in five davs. For Ulcers, Wounds,
Piles, it's the best salve in the world,
Cure guaranteed. Ouly 25c. Bold by
Fought For His life.
Mv father and sister both died of con
sumption," writes J. T. weatherwax oi
Wyandotte, Mich., "and I was saved
rom tho same frightful fate only by Dr.
King's New Discovery. An attack or
Pneumonia left an obstinate cough and
very severe lung trouble, which an excel-
ent doctor could not help, but a
few month's use of this wonderful medi
cine made me as well as ever and I gain
ed much in weight." Infallible for
Coughs, Colds and till throat and Lung
trouble. Trial bottles free. Guaranteed
bottles 50c and $1.00. at J. E. Piiinneys.
FOR SALE A complete st of Euryc-
lopa-dia. Britannicas, 23 volumes. You
can get tham for almost nothing in com
nan son to what they cost, the same
can be seen at this office.
MARRIED At the residence of Mr,
and Mrs. Charles CUmmenzind's, today
Miss Mary Widenstein of Buffalo, N. Y.,
and Mr. Jacob Dose, of Hat creek, Wyo.,
Judge Schilt performing the ceremony;
the parties are aged respectively 21,
and 28 years. Congratulations.
Peter Bourette, was given a most a-
greeable surprise Inst week, in the na
ture, of a visit from a younger brother
from West Bend. Iowa, whom he had
not seen in several years. Uncle Bour
ette knew his brother was in Sioux
county, when the latter arrived at his
domain on Running Water. Mr. Bour
ette is engaged in business, in West
Bend, and while he'told a press report
er he liked Sioux county for a visit yet
he did not think he would like to reside
here permanently. The gentleman spent
a picas ii, t -k. with relatives, and I'.ft
nn list Mondav for Cliailron, wlipre he
pl:iaut tlay.or two with rola-
bluidiU rsut his past.
"I recall now with horror," says mail
Carrier Burnett Mann, of Ievanna, O.,
"my three years of suffering from Kid
ney trouble, I was hardly ever free
from dull aches or acute pains in my
back. To stoop or lift mail sacks made
me groan. I felt tired, worn out, about
ready to give up, when I began to use
Electric Bitters, but six bottles complet
ly cured me and made me feel like a new
man. They're unrivaled to regulate
Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and bowels.
Perfect Satisfaction guaranteed by J. E.
Pihnn'ev, only f'O cents.
We are glad to note that Miss Amy
Christian is able to resume her school
duties this week. Oc last Wednesday!
she was able to ride home from the val
ley, and has Improved greatly since.
. Let every voter turn out to the oo
nual school meeting on next Monday the
8th, as there is a treasurer to elect, and
several other matters to be attended to.
The election will be held in the east
The demand for potatoes are so great
that almost every one on the Ridge ex
pects to put out a large patch. On the
east side of the settlement, alone, there
will be about twelve acres planted to
There seems to lie quite a demand for
seed wheat here and several could not
get the seed to sow the amount of
ground that they had intended sowin
tlonn Lieuel had to pull the pump in
bis well, the fore part of last week, on
accouDt of the check valve not working.
J. H, Foster, of Manville. was through
here assessing the "Ridgeites," on Wed
nestlay of last week, lie has the whole
county to assess, and it is sure a long
job ds the county is about 100x70 miles
so we understand.
Mrs. S. HolterOeld was quite sick the
first of the week. We did not learn the
nature of the disease.
What has become of Clio and M. A. C?
Wo miss their letters so much. Now
sisters wake up from vour Rip Van
Winkle nap and give us the news. Do
not leave poor old Zekfel to fight the
battle alone, even though there is a
Cannon to do the execution, spring is
here and we're "picking up" our feet
after the plow. Wake up, sand hill,
let's hear you scrake!
Mr. Editor, can't you get a correspon
dent from Glen? A weekly news letter
from there would be highly appreciated
by us. We would suggest that Mrs. M.
II. Green, send in a list once a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Christian went
to Lusk last Saturday afternoon, return
ing home on Sunday.
Miss Nellie M. Christian gave an af
ternoon party to her little girl friends,
on la-it Thursday. Quite a number were
present and they passed a pleas-ant after
noon playing games and feasting on can
dies and nuts. An excellent dinner was
served at 4:110 o'clock to which the girls
did ample justice. After dinner they
played a few games, then bade their
hostess good bye and went home to tell
their rrtothers what a fine time they had
at Nellie's party.
Tlioso present were, Nellie and Dot
Zunibrunnen, Berlie Church, Olive Tat
man, Oeorgiaand Thcollolterfield, Eliza
and Metta Christian, and Jessie and Bes
V. L. Christian took his cattle to his
south range the first of the week.
on left thigh
Post Ottic Address,
Harrison, Sioux Co., Nebraska
r. E. JANDT.
60, ii7, - m
ou left hip
left hip of Cattle.
Sioux Couuty, Nebraska.
on left Jaw,
Post Offlce, Hewitt
JOHN T. SNOW.
on left shotil
I. A KS PETKBSEN.
on left hip also
Range on Soldier Creek and White Blver.
Address, Ulcn, Nebraska.
Foreman, FasD Maso.
on left hip end
same on the left
Jaw, aad same
on Horses. Also
branded on left shoulder
and Cattle PIY on left side.
Post Office Address,
Patrick, Laramie Co. Wyo.
on left side
on left shou
lder, range on Soldier Crcrk.
Any stock branded as above being estray-
cd from my range, discovered by any body
on giving me Information will be rewarded.
-Address, Ft. Hobinson, Nebraska.
J. B. FARKEB.
""ill on left flsnk and RifiVj
I 111 oa left shoulder. I Kl
on left jaw, shoulder or fiank,
Bsnge on head of Van Tasscll creek, Wyo.
JSa-I'oat Office addres, Harrison, Neb.
ed same as that
left hip or on
Horses branded on
Cattle same on left
Sheep barnded PJjjB
left shoulder and
on back or
back of Sheep. .
Range on Soldier Creek and White River.
Address, Ft. Robinson, Nebraska.
Owns the follow
r: Also HG on cat
tle and horses
rattle on leftside
horst's on left
Horse branded with any of above ln4U.,
i i Address, Jt A. ANDfcMOW,
' Harrison, KebTMka.
ROBERT F. NEECE.
on left side.
Range on Silver Springs and east of stata
die. l'ostofllce Harrison Neb
Tho brand represented In this notice
and branded any where on loft side
of cattle, uud over lap ut from the
Also the same brand on left Ihlgh of
horsus, belongs to thn undersigned.
Rasgo neiir East Springs, south part 10
Sioux county. Ciiaklbs S'RWMtN,
Notice , For Presentation
Notice Is hereby given to nil persons hav
ing chilins or demands ngslnst Frederick
Werdcrmann, late of MIoux County, deceas
ed, that the time fixed for tiling clulms ft
gainst said estate Is six months from the
22nd day of April 1901. All such persons are
required to present their claims with the
Touchers to the coenty Judge of said county
at his office therein, on or before the Mnd
diy of October 1001 and all claims so filed
will lie heard before the ssld iudge on the
Bthdayof May 1901 and thereafter on the
flft dy of each regular tnrm of said court
timing tho time limited for filing claims as
Jjstcd this 1.1th dsy of, April, 1901.
J S. TUCKKR.
Branded on left shoulder ol horses
ind on left side of cattle.
on right side
rlg'jt side of cattle loo.
Range on White River, near (ilrn.
Post Office address, Ulcn, Ncbrnsk.
DEEP CRKEK LIVE STOCK Co.
Branded on loft hip of Cattle
and on left cheek of Horses,
Range on Deep Creek.
Address, Deep Creek Llvo Stock Co,.
J. II. Haliiekt, Foreman,
kl (A True Copy)
C'llAS E. Rcnii.T.
Diaests what you eat.
Ittrtlflclally digests the food and aids
Nature In strengthening and recou
tructlog the exhausted digestive or
Bant, H lithe latest dlscovereddlgeav
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach It In efficiency. It In
tantly relieves and permanently cures
Dripepsla, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Hour Stomach, Nausea,
Hick Headacbe, Gtstralgla.Crampsand
11 other results of Imperfect digestion.
smell sise. Book all sboatdysipstanisfMas
tprspcrtd ty c. C csitfiTT CO., CWeee,
Im-A N Y LA D Vcn get a valuable secret
(tat mS rm M0, an 4 k rabbn shleM for .
M.s. V. M. A PP. CO.
WW TTHT, WTKFKT. ET. TOPIS. WO.
fX In Wead or flrta! ? M ee
t -, send for (ttatogtM ef
. bkKizsr Foot
! Pixrttcel, Strong, DersM.
t V. P. 4 Jr.tia
BOURRET A SONS.
ed same as that
on cut on eith
er side of animal.
And following on
left side of cattlr.
'I , -1,1 . ,.t .Ka I'.r-U
Also Cattle braaod
shoulder or side. .-
on left hip.
P. o. Address
Range on Run
Ion left ; side.
Address Agate, Neb.
Horse and cat-
tie branded on
either side same as
And Csttln branded
side, and Horses on left
Address, Hod arc, Nebraska.
ed on left side.
tfT. O. Address Harrison, Nebraska.
On left side or hip of cattle,
On loft shoulder ef hn-sos. (
I Range on the bead ol Waroonnet
Address Harrison, Slonx Co. Nob
side and same on
on the left
on left side and hip.
Ro?o en Running Wetrr.
I'ostOfflte address. Hartlson, Ntftrsskp.
der of horses.
Address, Harrison, Nebraska.
Mrs. WasMoffMi. D. Cm isw U4r $1 nrtss octal
wtlts ot twe ssis isiif inwr"oiMT woaiW-
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