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About Harrison press-journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1901)
TnmsiAY, may, 2Uih, 1001.
Uo. r. Canon, Editor ami Prop.
F. E.iH.T K. i. lim table.
(ioing Wott. Going East.
o. S. UiiiRd. 10:50 I No. 6. mixed 7:50
F. E. M. V. R. K. is the best
to and from the
DEADWOOD AND UOT SPH1'US.
Red Front Meat Market
Choice, Fresh and
borne cored Meats
and home rendered
Lard, salt Fish,
fine lino of Grocer
ies, Tobaccos, Cigars, aud Candies, Nuts
and green Apples. Highest price paid
for Hides and Produce, at
Smith's fSzi "Front
Buy your wall paper st the drug
John MarsteJIer, is having his east
side residence treated to a bran new coat
of paint this week.
Will Davis, who lias been at Omaha,
during the past three weeks as federal
juryman, is expected home about the
first of June.
EOKN To Mr. and Mrs. Phil Dunn of
Warbonnet, on Snnday May 19th a son
f regulation weight. Mother and child
are doing well and Phil feels away up.
The least in quantity and roost in
quality describes DeWitt's Little Early
Riser?, the famous pills for constipation
and liver complaints.-J. E. Phlvxky.
"- A nice little growing shower, visited
tilts section, Tuesday night, and Wed
nesday, which refreshed, the growing
-grass and pnrified the atmosphere very
We understand that F. M. Smith and
his better half, of Five Points, will ac
company bis sod, to Washington. They
expect to leave in a few weeks, for their
Skin affections will readily disap
pear by using DeWitt's Witch Hizel
Balye. Look out for counterfeits. If
you get DeWitt'n you will get good re
sults. It is the quick and positive cure
or piles. J. E. Phinxey.
Parties having buisinessto transact
in the county Judges office will always
find me there Monday's.
CbUs. E. SnrLT,
All our people stfbuld itrive to re"
member the G. A. K. memorial services
at the church next Sunday morning.
We should try on this special occasion
to turn out en-raaase, and honor the
living nod the dead heroes of our late
You are much more liable to disease
when your liver and bowels do not act
properly. DeWitt's Little Early Risers
remove tbe cause of disease. J. E.
We understand that things did not
il at June Smith's sale, as he had aoti
cipated, the cattle espeialiy, sold beneath
his expectations. We presume the fact
of so many sales being held so near to
gether had something to do with the low
. DeWitt's Little Early Risers search
the remotest parts of the bowels and re
move the im purities' speedily with no dis
comfort. They are famous for their
efficacy. Easy to take, never gripe J.
In the absence of ber husband Mrs
W. EL Davis, is having quite a time as
I tie three children are suffering from
chicken-pox. While the little ones are
not bedfast, yet they are sick enough to
If you desire a Thorough Butines or
. Normal Training attend tbe Broken
Bow butt ihx and Normal College. Fall
term opens Sept 2nd 1001.
Broken Bow, Nebr.
C. W. Rocfh, Pres.
Remember tbe Junior League social
on tomorrow evening. All should turn
out and rbow their appreciation of the
little folks endeavours. Commences at 8.
General manager Bidwell, General
Superintendent Hughs, General freight
agent Kuhn, and Dir. Superintendent
Harmon pasted through here for Casper
Wyo., Tuesday morning on a special
pr.tsenger train, which to us indicate,
the F. E. A M. V. R. R. Co. are content
plating some further extenlion in their
hoe farther west in the near future.
Partita will please keep their rattle
oft my wheat on the J. M. Robinson
ptnet and avoid further cost.
14,0(O Acres fenced iu 4
in each; two and a half School
scattered locations to control
well system in centre of largest pasture that cost $800; 320
acres deeded on Running
House, Corrals, etc.
From May 23, 1901, until July first,
1001, We will give a ticket, with every
$1.00 cash purchase on a handsome tea
set, S2 pieces in the set, something very
fine. This beautiful set will lie display
in our window for inspection, remember
the date and save your tickets as some
one is bound to be the lucky one
Your for business,
Several people from Pleasant Ridge,
were in town last Saturday, to attend
the two sale's held, in the afternoon.
Rev. W. K. Warren, will preach
fit the Bodarc, church, Sunday May 2Gth
1901, at 3 o'clock P. M. Everyone in
vited, to attend.
A genuine house warming was given
at the home of Mr, end Mrs R. F. Neece,
on Running Water last night Ilaccing
wss among tbe features that were in
Mr. W. J. Bister of North Brook,
N. C. says he suffered with piles for fif
teen years. He tritd many rcmcdie
with no results until he used DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve and that quickly
cured him. J. E. Phinkft.
District court, will ecsrens in Har
rison tomorrow, his honor Judge West
over presiding. He will have the larg
est docket to dispose of, that has ever
been arranged, for any one term of court
in Sioux county, 5-et all but oce are civil
Quite a number of our people, went
to Crawford, on last Thursday, to see
the elephant, among them was John An
derson and family, Kels Anderson,
John Deickmann, Charles Snvder, and
George Earnest, they all returned Fri
Miss Mabel Tebbct, was a passengor,
on the west bound train last Tuesday,
going as far as Guerensy, Wyo., where
she will visit for about three week's in
her nncle's family, Mr. Southwort'u, the
gentleman was formerly a resident of
Sioux Count v.
We are pleased to announce that
everything at Mrs. Wallace's sale on last
Saturday, sold very well. 8he with her
children, expect to leave here sometime
next week for their new home in Wash
ington. They will be missed by a Urge
circle of friends in Sioux County.
Oo last Sunday evening, the regular
quarterly meeting was held at 'the M.
E. church, Elder Schamahorn presiding
a large attendance, listened to the Rev,
gentleman's discourse, Rev. Schama
horn, has a large number of admirers,
in Harrison, who are always glad to
A glowing testimony of the high
esteem in which Mr. Beihle, and his fam
ily were held in by their neighbors in
the valley, was displayed by the latter
on last Saturday, when they all vied
with each other in seeking to be the first
at Mr, Beihle's home in the valley, to
convey the family to town, where they
spent a few days with friends.
Ye editor, who has spent a week or
ten days in Idaho returned to the routine
duties of his office, in time to erind out
this weeks issue of the PitESS-JoCKXAU
How did we like Idaho? Ob, very well;
but as there is no rose without its thorn,
so also we found that Idaho like all oth
er states has its thistle and its rose, yes
we found it had its drawbacks just
Sioux county has.
J. G. Martin, and family of Andrews,
left this week, for the eastern part of tbe
f Late, where they expect to make I heir
future borne. Mr. Martin disposed of
of his Sioux county interests to Mr.
Langworthy, cne of Sioux County's
foremost and enterprising yopng stock
men. Mr. Langworthy's faith in our
county is secure, hence he is enlarging
his cattle and real estate interests in a
measure which will e'ere many years
tend to make him one of our leading
Hugh Fremont Mcintosh, editor
Nebraska Farmer, passed down the road
Monday evening from Casper and Doug
las, Wyo., where he has been for the
past week looking over the sheep and
caMie ranges, more for the purpose of
recuperating and having a good all a
round outing. Editor Mcintosh was
very favorably impressed with the stock
industeries of Western Nebraska and
Wyoming, and will without doubt make
other such ploasure trips from time to
time, as the desires of his pleasure seek
ing disposition may demand. North
western Nebraska and eastern Wyoming
is, on the account of the stock industries
tlie natural field of the Nebraska Farmer
and we hope its mailing list may be in
creased many foldin the future as a
result of Brer Mcintosh's recent visit to
pastures, fine running water
sections leased in suitable,
outside range. A first class
Water; large substantial Darn,
P. O. Box 4,
j Qo to J. E. Pbikney's for wall pap
Ex-connty comminioner, A. Pro
curer, from cottonwood, was in town
iart Saturday on business.
The state camp meeting will be
held at Lincoln, tbis year, enmnaencing
Jone 2Ut and euding July 1st. , '
Miss Tillie Christensen, of Mont-
rcse, is new employed at the Harrison
House. Her father brought her in last
Andrew Christian, of Kirtley, Wyo.,
attended the public sale at Livermore's.
south of town, Tuesday, buying all the
steers that were put up.
Miss Rosa Konrath together with
her father were in town from Montro:e
yesterday. Miss Rosa taking the train
for Chadron in the evening where she
has been employed as head waitress at
tbe Biaine Hotel.
Andrew Christian's, stock brand,
will makei ts debut, in this weeks issue
of the Press-Jownal. Read it. Who
will be first in emulating his wisw ex
ample, Stockmen may save hundreds
of dollars by advertising their brand with
We can still give The Tnrm Jorns
, . t- r . X 1 r, Tt ... Ci.
auu urn uritiiuuimi iui jp . - - -
moner and the Pkess-JoI'HXal stand for
the peoples interests and the n-adirs ie
Sioux County cannot afford to 1 with
out these two champions of the people'
rights. The Piiess-Jojhxal alone is
worth the price asked for both. Every
body in Sioux county shculd read BOTH
FOR SALE A complete et of Encyc
lopaedia, Britannicas, 25 volumes. You
can get thsm for almost nothing in com
parison to what they cost. The tame
can be seen at this office.
No editor can, coccientiously advo
cate the doctrine of buying from homo
merchants, unless some merchants thow
that they are interested in catering to
the home trade, by advertising in the
columns of I he local paper. It is some
what depressing, puttiog it tnilJIy, to the
editor to find business men, patronising
every advertising fake that comes along,
and at the same time Use names of lho)e
business men rarely if ever appear in the
advertising coluras of the local newspnp-
During the past two weeks we Lava
been in charge of this ofilce, and while
the duty in itself is one of pleasure,
because it is a chosen one, yet the one
difficult part was to run about and find
local matter for publication. Tbis diffi
culty was entirely obviated by several of
our business men, and now that we are
relieved of our duty, we fuel that we
must thank all those who have been so
extremely kind to us.
Respectfully, EJitor protein,
On last Tuesday noon, Mr. Charles
Beihle, and his estimable family were
passenger, 00 the west bound train, en
route for California, where they intend
to reside in future. Mr. Beihle, has
been a resident of Sioux county, during
14 years, and we can say without fear
of contradiction, that a more upright
and honest citizen never lived In this
county, or in any tther. He strveil
two terms as Treasurer, (if our county
and were it not for the fact that the
Treasurer's success! ve term of office, is
limited to two, he would hare been re
elected unanimously. As he was con
ceded by all to be the best treasurer
Sioux County has ever had. Charlie as
he was familiarly known, was the friend
of all, irrespective of creed or nationality
and bis home in the valley, was always
one of the pleasantest to, go to, Mr.
Beihle's pleasant word and pleasanter
smile will be sadly missed by all our
citizens, and we c&o only show a slight
appreciation of a true neighbor and
friend, by rtccommending him and his
estimable family to the people who are
to be bis neighbors, as a family who are
worthy and entitled to any and every
consideration they may bestow upon
them. His aged parents will accom
pany them. Mr Beible and bis estima
ble family will be missaed by our Sioux
county people, but our lose will be the
gain of another neighborhood, and to
those who are so fortunate as to have
them for their neighbor, we can only
say they will never find any better,
whether la sickness or health.
The Ladies of the R N. of A. are re
quested to meet at Woo.lninn Hill, at
950 a. m. sharp decoration day, to
participate in memorial exttrchei and
parade to cemetery,
Mrs, E. F. rTrn
Prompt attention given to all legal
mat ior in .TimtirA. Count v and District
Courts, and before the United State
Fire Insurance written in reliabli
y Legal papers carefully drawn.
Habkjsox, - Nebraska.
SI. i. 0 Connoll, - - Co. Attorney,
Will Practice in All Court.
" Special Atlfuliou Given to' Land Of
Collections and all bnslness entrust
ed tome will receive prompt attention.
lUl.'WKON - NKliKAsKA.
J. E. PH1NNEY. M. D.
Fhjisffan and Surgeon.
All call Kiven prompt attention.
Offlce in Drug Store.
-HAKMKOS - NEBRASKA.
MItS. ANNIE GILBERT,
Dressmaking & Tailoring,
kinds cf nsrtly
and prrmpllu dine, tls? gentle
mens clothing cleaned, pricszd
Prices reasonable, Hatiific'ion guar
ut ecd. Room? oppox'tc I'ress-Juurual
Lumber, IIuriK-KH, tulUx,
Grain and Feed, Doors
and Windows, Heavy Hardware
10 head, of two-vear-old heifers,
branded t on riL'ht Kiilu and on
left hip. 0 Sutiie may not have
oo but all have bar on.
Will pay ?3,GQ r head for their re
turn, at Daye Col villes place, on Kuan
ing Water. AiMccim,
C. G. Hdllibrough,
f-tate or Nc-lirakii, (
County of muux, 1
To whom it uir coscKax.
Xotire i hereby given by V. A. Hf-iti-r the
undrr-ifncil,tliat on the Hlh (iuy of March
A. I). on hU eunlowtl lilllj situated in
Huvru preriurl In fHonr ( nunty Hlnikii.
One? liuy horse, wa taken up by him B nn
imy, traucle! 1 tfo k-ft tliouklcr
T 5C 011 Hft law -Uwanpnosed to be a-
bout li yc:ti o!J and bramlfl as above den
Iialed nt HurrUou tills 2t;ib dny of M:in li
A. I). 1501. V. A. liMTta
The undersigned will sell at Public
Auction at Harrison Neb., on May, 2Uh
the following described personal pro
'Z Cows & Calves by their sidy,
Vi Yearling Steers & Heifers,
8 2-year-old Hnifers,
6 3 year-old Heifers,
3 Milk Cows,
1 Hereford Bull coming 4 years in June.
TERMS OF SALE All sums over t0
00, four months with bankable notes at
10 per cent, per annum; alt sums under
Robert Keel, Auctioneer.
The Junior League will on Friday
evening, May 24 HXjl, at the Hall, give
an Ice Cream social and entertainment.
Admission to the hall free, with popular
prices for refreshments.
Or trads for cattle 100 acres of land in
the Plesant Ridge settlement north
west of Harrison. All fenced, 80 acres
broke 8 acres in Alfalfa, Also mv resi
dence in Harrison.
T, O. Williams.
Notice fo Sioux Co. Teacher.
To tbe Teachers of Sioux connty, Kr.brss-
At the coming InstMateOT tills yesr. the
tudlc, for rtr.t tirade rertlncates will bo
taken ap, Mir thrresre snv that dmlre to
pasaoe Mums ftlud ten, yeu will plnaae take
notice. Also, tbe Aurora BualnsMCol)rK,
offers Ten warka Tnitlon Tree, for one 8tn
nt, that I tirtiy nominate, or any that
would Ilk to Utka advantag of this offer
write to ma about It. Term M-K-in, B.pt. i,
j. n. iiL'sss,
It suvid bis lrg.
P. A. D.inforth, of L-iUrang, Git.,
suffered fur six rnonl lis with a frightful
running sore on his leg; but writes that
Bucklen's Arnica Stive wholly cured it
in five day, For Ulcers, Wounds,
Files, it's the best salve in the world.
Cure guaranteed. Only 2V, Said by
J. E rin..cev'a,
The Commercial C...
C. F. Coffee, President F. W.Clarke, Cashier.
Coas. C. Jameson. II. S. Clarke, A. McGimlit,
Stockmen having use for a bank at this point may rely on
us to handle their entire Banking businek
We a"e prepared to take care of our trade at all times
on I forget
Will stand at our barn at HARRI
SON, this season.
TERMS-8.00 to insure colt to stand
up and suck.
DEICKMANN & LACY
WISDOM JK, Sired by imported CLYDE, Dam 7-cights
SJIIRK-weiglit l,r,00 IIjh.
PRICK: $5.00, to Inwuro living colt Tho money for Her
vice of Htallion will bq due and jayable at onco in caso
mares are Hold or removed from the county.
of this Space.
to watch this
Will make the
season at my place
on Monroe Creok
7 miles north-west
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