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HABBISOIT, nSTEB-A-SA., THTJISIDir, jruisrJ. 6, 1901.
0.:r XH--'NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT 15 SETTLED RIGHT. "--Hon. William J. Bryan.
Advertise Your Stock Brands in the PS
X TTT"P nTAATP-p-n 11 TT T Vf A r ?!
Pairitx, Oils, Varnishes,
Official Paper of
Geo. 1). Canon,
Entered at tiii; IIakhp-on Pcct
Not withstanding, Mrs. McKinley's
life was spared to reach her homo alive
and with a fair prospect ot her pcrman
cut recovery recovery vet, !jn;virti dispat
ches to tha daily press, indicates very
strongly Uiat her demise may W expect
ed at most any lime, which, of cours,
will cast a gloim of sorrow (o fall upoa
(in anxious and expectant people of tliu
liepublic. who will wi.-,!i
tier ultimata racoverv.
In many instances attacks of cholera
morbus terminals fatally before medi
cine can be procured or a physician sum
moned. The safe way in to keep a, hand
o. reliable medicine for use in ouch caws.
For this purpovj there is nothing so sure
ns Chnberlain's Colic, Cholera aud Liar
lura Remedy. W.'E. Dos worth, of I.'t-
Fayette. Ala, savs: "In June, 1900 1
1 1 j 't n serious attack of cholera morbus
nod oho dona of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cliolera and Diarrhoea Uamedy gave me
relief in fifteen minutes." For sale by
J. E. Pu;nnky, Druggist.
The recent decision of the federal su
preme court, seems to have placed the
administration in a quandry. Vet we
opine that the president, by the order
and assistance of h;s guardian angel,
Mark llanna, will take the ''bull by the
liorns" and provide such lawn for our
colonial possesions, as will be most suit
able for tbem as colonial subjects and
Hie most favorablo commercial interests
of the trusts and combines of the United
KUiles, since by the decision of the court
f last resort, has conferred tlio title of
on absolute monarchy Uoii his majesty
William McTCmlcv tho I.
Disl'nt Marry For ilonoy.
The Boston man, who lately married a
pickly rich young woman, id happy now
for he got Dr. Kings New Life Pills,
which restored her to (sjrfect health.
Infallable for Jaundice, Billiousness,
Malaria, Fever and Ague and all Liver
nd Stomach troubles. Gentle but ef
fective. Only 20c at J. E. Piiixney's
Danger, disease and death follow
neglect of the bowolr.. Use IteWitt's
Little Early Riwrs to regulate them and
you will add years to your life and life
to your years. Easy to tuke never gripe
J. E. Phinkiy.
4th of July!
The citizens of Harrison, are deter
mined to celebrate iwlendnco day at
home thin year and without doubt it wil
he done io a patriotic and old time way
A subscription paper is circulating al
ready for the porpose of collecting and
raising funds for buying fire work and
putting tlw town in proper ehnpe for the
tiienioriul occasion. We hope, in our
next issue to be able to give the program
And nil the particular relative to the
occasion. Watch our next wee'is issue.
Itr. James Brown, of Putmnouth, Va,,
over 00 years of age sutfeT.d f r years
wi'h a bud tore on hi face. Physicinns
could not help him. le Witt's Witch
Haul IVilve cured him pormunenlly, -
E. PHINNEY, Proprietor.
KSS - JOIJ R N A L.
Per Year SJI.OO.
- Editor. '
Ohicb as Second class Matter.
Senator Tdhnan and McLaurin, of
South Carolina w ho have been very bit
ter enemies, since the latter was Hunna
ized a year ago, have both resigned their
seats in the U. S. senate and will submit,
their political differences back to the
people in a primary election and the one
receiving the majority of tho popular
vote is to be returned to the senate and
Inereiore, is Yinuicateu. we be;it)ve
that is the proper nod most sensible way
to settle all political differences. We
believe any official who prostitutes the
honor, principle and good will of his
party after he or they have ganed that
party's confidence that he or they will
carry out the principles of that party as
embody in their platform of principles,
and then as soon as elected, is short on
political ntanhoorl ought to be relegated
to political oblivion.
A surgical operation is not necessary
10 cure piles. PeWitt'a Witch Hazel
Salve saves all that expense and never
fails. Beware of counterfeits. J. E.
By the assistance of the federal su
preme court, president McKinley, and
his imirial cabinet, will be able to per
manently establish a colonial empire in
the Orien', arid there by placing presi
dent McKinley on a paralell with king
Eeward the VII, and i.ll foreign kings
and potentates of tho earth. Great is
King William the I.
toma, Saltrhetiin, Tetter, chafing,
ivy poisning and all skin tortures are
l'iickly cured by Pe Witt's Witch Hawl
Salve. Tho certain pile cure. J. E.
Here is something that would be very
funny if it were not so sad. During the
Wall street panic on that terrible Thurs
day tlie 117th nniiii.il convention of the
Protestant Episcopal church of Pennsyl
vania was iu session. When the news
came of the panicky condition in wall
street the ecclesiastical work was stopped
and the convention hastily adjournm! to
permit the delegates to protect their in
terests in legalized stock gambling.
Just think of grave and reverend Chris
tian gambling in the stock exchange.
Wonder if the bishops and other clergy
had also taken a flyer.
These are the men who instruct us the
way to heaven. Wonder what Jesus
Christ thinks of Christians w ho gamble
in stocks? How would we look on Him
if instead of driving the money changers
out of the temple he had put up his
mony as margins on New Jerusalem
railway sliar, ? Non conformist.
How to Avo'd Troiil.lc.
Now is the time to pruvidu yourself
nod family with a bottle of Chamber
lains, Coltfi, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Rem
edy. It is almost certain to be needed
before the mimim-r is over, and if pro
cured tiow may save you a trip to town
in the niht or in your busiest season.
It is everywhere admitted to be the most
successful medicine in use for bowel
complaints, Isith for children and adults.
N family can afford to be without it.
For sale by J. E. Phisnkv, Druggist.
8cvcn Y'arn In Ital.
"Will wonders ever Cfiise?" inquire the
friends of Mrs. I Pease, of Lawrence,
Kun. They knew she hud been unable
to loave her WI in sjven years on accent
of kidney and liver trouble, nervous
prostration, and general debility; "Thr.e
bottles of Electric Bitters, enabled me to
walk," she writes, "und in three muiiihs
I felt like a new person," Women suf,
feting from Headache, Backache, Ner
vousness, Sleeplessness, Melancholy ,
Fainting and dizzy Bpells will find It a
priceless blessing. Try it. Satisfaction
is guaranteed. Oulv HO..-.
FOR SALE A complete set of Eiu vc
lopudia, liritannlcns, V) volume You
can get th-trn for almost nolhit'K In coui
parison to what they cost. The same
call be sceu u. this office.
Ths Rale Reduced.
THE OLD EKTAL1SHKJ) LIXK
llctuccn Oinului and St. Paul,
One Pure f.r the Hound Trip.
Iinli'S to the. riifnniiil Wfefiij Jhnd
Vmiij) IMixlrv WcHxhncn if Anuricn
h.ive been unounced at one fate for the
round trip1 1 lates of sale. June 7, ft and
'J: limit, leaving St, Paul June It) to 18,
The railroads of Nebraska connecting
with the North-Western Linn at Omaha,
The rsio.N Pacific,
B. & M.,
C, It. I. & P. ,
and the roml connecting at Missouri Val
ley is the I'HKJIONT, EuitlOItS & .VlO. VAL
LEY. Delegates and their friends from oil
points iu the state can therefore secure
the best accommodations by buying
throrgb tickets from their homo towns
via the most convenient road to the
Missouri Riveraud the "Nokth-VJ'estf.KN
TWOTtIKOUH TRAINS PAI'.Y.
Lv. Omaha, Union Passenger
Station 7:.')5 r. Jl.
Lv. Omaha, Union Passenger
Station f5:.Vi A. M.
The night train has modern broad ves
tibuled coaches aud pulhriiin sleep
ers. The day train has modern broad vesti
buled coaches und observation bullet
We not tho f A that "M. W. of A."
always want the )st wlien they can get
it for the same inonev. The motto of
the North-Western Lino is "Tlie Best of
J. R. Buchanan-, ,
General Passenger Agent,
The continued showers we have had
during the past few weeks have !een
a source of great encouragement to those
who are fortunate enough to have their
Sunday capped tno climax of the stor
my weather, a heavy hail storm struck
West Hat Creek extending eastward
along the hills for considerable distance
leaveng the hills, white as new fallen
snow, a heavy rain at the sanao time sent
a flood sweeping down the creeks carry
ing away small brsdges and breaking
several darns In its course.
Do wo hear wedding bells Yes we
do, not one alone, but a chime of thern.
Is Clio trying to boom Merrick Co.,
that she talks of green peas and new po
tatoes in May, is she holding those out
as a bait to us poor mortals? No thanks
Clio, we don't bt-laive we will bite at
that hook. You must offer better in
ducements if you want more . neighbors,
because it rains now in Sioux County.
Rev. O, V.. Rice, will hold services in
the Bodarc Church Sunday Juue blh at
eleven A. M.
Bodarc Sunday school was reopend on
Sund iy. Mr. J. B. Burke, being present
acted us superintendent for the occasion.
Olllcersand teachers were duly elected.
TheS. H. is nnco more in working order
and everyone is invited to attend.
Not-with-stanJing the late raina; seri
ous fear are entertained by many that
the grass-hoppers will come off more
than conjurers this year, as the grass
sums to be alive with very small ones.
Mr. Coffee nnd wife nre expected this
week to visit for a few days at their
homo Ranch and other places in the val
ley. M. A. C.
Life is What We Make it.
How manv of us ever truly realize,
the full import of these words "Life is
what we make it,,. As we sat atour ed
itorial d.tsk, just a day or two ago nnd as
the old maid says, In her definition of the
word ''meditation" thinking iilwnt noth
ing; yet racking our brain foe some news
to give our readers, e suddenly liecnme
imbued with the desire to write averse
or two on this subject, and here wo give
it for the benefit of our renders:
Life is simply what we make it as wc
hasten heedless on '
To the future that awaits us just beyond
the gilded dawn;
We can plant our path with roses, aye,
or water it with tears,
We can shadow it with sorrow that will
stay throughout the years;
Wc tan make our neighbors Imppy with
( uttlf lirund
oil on lei t si'le
H.ime as cut
Hfinin as cut
;ive tlie prnycrty of Arnlreiv Ciirltiau und
ingi- tributary to Vuu Tiisxrl Spring.
THE D1STKKT ('(H UT OP R50UX COUN
In the matter of tlio Kstute of James 1".
Nov,' on tills '.'lt!i day of Kay, A. I. l!d,
this cauiise ciune 0:1 for bearing upon the
petition of Martha Jl. Ifovey, adininistrH-
trlx, praying for licence to sell tho west
hall n the north-west '-nurter, tlie south-
istipiarter of tlie north-west nuarter, and
Hie oiil h-west ijuaiicr of the south-east
rj Hurler of Section eight In Towinhip thirty-
two, ICHi.Kc llfty-foiir In K-oni enmity, he-bf-u-,ic-4
of u stiilieieut iinumnt of suine to
briiil the um necessary fvr the pnyrneiit
of debts allowed iiaint said estate, and
the costs of iwliiiuilstration there not tsdn
milllcicut personal property to pay said
debts and expenses. '
It is therefore ordered that Bit persons
Interested In said estate appear before me
at O'Neill, Nebraska on the YitU (lay of July,
iwi, lit ten O'civuk , tit. tO iiu O'iiio.T V liy
a license should not be grunted to said ad
ministratrix to Sell so much of the above
real estate of said deceased as shall be nec
essary to -ay said bebts and expenses. And
it is further ordered that till perso.is inter
ested in suld estate be given notice of the
time mid dace of such bearing by the pub
lication of a copy of this order for four suc-
eeastvo weeks prior to said hearing in the
lUmusos I'hksk-Jocknai. a weekly news
pa))cr published at Harrison, Nebraska.
J. J. IlAi'.nmuToN,'
Dioests what you cat.
Itartlficially digests the food and aids
Nature in sirengthcuing aud recon
structing tho exhausted digestive or
gans. It Is tho latest discovereddigest
ant and tonic. Ho other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gastralgia.Crampsand
all other results of Imperfect digestion.
PrlceWc. and IT. Large slxe contains 2 tiroes
emaiitise. Book all aooutdytpepsianmllodfrtte
Prepared by E. C. DtWlTT ACQ.. Cbjeooo.
Notico to Sioux Co. Tcnclu r?.
To the Teachers of Sioux county, Kehras
ka: At the coming Institute of this year, the
studies for First Grade certificates will be
taken tip, so If there are anv that desire to
puss on the.ic studies, ymi will please take
notice. Also, the Aurora Kuslness College,
offers Ten weeka Tuition free, for one Stu
dent, that I may nominate, or tiny that
would like to lake advantage of this offer
write to me ubout it. Term begins Kept. 4,
l01. J. IS. IiriiKE,
Estimate of Expenses.
At A regulsr meeting of the boaid of coun
ty commissioners held Jan. fltli l'jnl tlio fob
lowing csttmste of epellscH was made for
District Court, B.iKO.ro
Officers fca!nrles, l.eno.io
Printing and Publishing, (IKI.OO
Soldier relief, SOi.on
ttoad and Bridges, 3,uo,ifl
Incidental Kipenses y.soo.oo
Offices fees, "iiym
Special Koiui 1,1st, WW,)
VM. J. A. ItAl'M,
u Ltugh or with a song.
We cfl)n scatter sunshine always, ns
thru life we pass along;
Life is mnply what we make it; let us
make It bright and gay,
For the bird that carols sweetly gladdens
all iiie summer day, ,
Aye, life is what wo make it, bright or
clouded o'er with woe,
As fate doth sweep the pmduluni un
ceasing to and fro;
Plant roses in your pathway, weed the
thistle from your door.
He in whose heart a laugh is born can
not 1m counted poor;
So make life bright and merry, sunshine
never killed a flower,
And never came a smile amiss unto the
The birds doth II II with happiness the
meadows where they throng,
And we cn set tho world uglee wilh
laughter and with song.
Tho wont form jHMrf-
B," l n,l Vf hi t.i'ltc. '1
Jhwk turn. tU vr riu.
1 WlHiH I 'W, tllClllfltl )',!ntt Hud
I'R WAHU INI1ITU1E.
120 H. 9th St..St.Unli.M
Tiir .Io-.irxalw -1 J 1 nublish your brand, Ilkn
the followin-;, lor iji rlXI, pc-r year. Lach ad'
ditioual brand 75 cents. j-.vcry raruier or
raiiehineii in .Sioux and adjoining counties
snould H.lvi'i ti. their brands in 'I'huJoi.h
KAI. lis It rireiilutes all over the Ktale. It
may Is, the means of saving money lor you
For the arrest and cjnvlctiou of any party
or parties stealing or disfiguring any brands
on stock beloiiifingtot.be undersigned par
on ngli shoulder or
on rfght Jaw
Also, I have
on left tbigli
Tost Oltlcu Address,
Harrison, Sioux Co., Nebraska
K. K. JAS1IT.
60, ii7, - m
on left hir
on left Jaw, K
left hip of Cattle.
.Sioux County, Nebr
I'ost Olllce, Hewitt,
J011N T. SXOW
on left shoul
der branded on left shoulder
and Cattlo p !? on left side.
I'ost Oftice Address,
Patrick, Laramie Co. Wyo.
on left side
on left shou
lder, range on Soldier Creek.
Any stock branded us above being stray
ed from my range, discovered by any body
on giving me Information will tie rewarded.
Address, Ft. Hobiusou, Nebraska.
J. n. PARKER.
Horses branded on
Cattlo same on left
left shoulder and
Sheep barnded r3tt
on back or on
l)ttck of Sheep.
Kan go on Soldier Creek and White Kiver.
Address, Ft. Robinson, Nebraska.
JOHN A. HANSON
Owns the follnw
Also HG on cat
tlo and horses
cattle on leftside
hors-s on left
Ran ec on Silver Springs and east of stata
Ine. I'ostoflice Harrison Neb
The brand represented in this notice
and branded any where on left sido
of cattle, aud over lap ut from the
Also tha same brand on left thigh of
horses, belongs to tlio niiderslgncd.
Kangn near East Springs, south part fo
Sioux county. Chakles Newman,
Branded on left shoulder ot horac9
Band on loft side of cu ttle.
on right side
l Iglit side of cattle too.
Range oh White lllver, near Glen.
Post Ofllcc address, Clen, Nebraska.
KKKP CltKEK LIVE STOCK Co.
branded on left hip of Cattle
and on left eheelt of IIors,s,
Range on lleep Creek.
A( dress, Deep Creek Live Stock Co,.
J. II. IIai.iikkt, Foreman,
llOt It RET A SONS.
ed same hs that
on cut on eitle
er side of ani
And following mi
ll'ft SlIO Of fllttl.'e
ou left side of she stock.
on left side and hip.
llsiigeou llnniilng Water.
Pe.t tlie ; i!dier, lli rrlion, Kdrrikn.
tim . .....
fr.Rj l"" tcrr
For proof to convict, any person of stext
tug, iilteiiiijf, runiiiug ott or In any uy
dainiigiugn stock liraiuleil
side or hip.
Address, Jahkk Koiick,
Itrinil eonibl doubt
a left sldo
ofrultic. Horses same
;'t at out right
, aine all Uchoi nc-d.
Range on Kyle Crces,
I'ost Office, Glen Nebraska
Cattle bra.ided on loft hil also
Range on Soldier Creek and White lllver.
Address, Glen, Nebraska,
Foreman. FkEb Masox.
on left hip ami
mine on the left
jaw, ami same
ou Horses. A''
on left jaw, shoulder or flank. Also Horse
branded Kf -J H on left flank und
EiSii " left shoulder.
Range on bead of Van Tansell creek, Wyo.
Post Office addres, Harrison, Neb.
BREWSTEH It Vo
ed same as that
on cut, either
left hip or oa
Horses branded with any of above brands.
Address, J. A. Andersok,
ROBERT F. NEF.CH.
on left aide.
Also Cattle braaod
on left blp,
shoulder or side
Run go on
Kamiing Water. P. o. Address
Range on Kan-
Ion left side.
Address Agate, Neb.
Horsag and eat-
tie branded mi
cither side same a
And Cattle branded
side, and Horses on left
Address, Bodare, Kobraska.
ed on left side.
i r P. O. Address Harrison, Nebraska.
Cuttle brand-llWII '1 1 on 1 ilt side
Addrme, UUTtton, Xab.
side slid nine on
on tba left
dcr of horses.
Address, Harrison, Nebraska.
any where on
left side of the
Range on Pr-il-i
!c I i g 1 1 (', ta
Adduns, I'l trhen, 1 tt rrtka,
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