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Thursday, Jrse, ttsh, 1901.
! latum, Kill tor and 1'rop.
F. E. Jl. V U. U. I mse tall'.
Coins,' Wurt. Coin Kaat.
Ho. . mUed, 10: I X"- u.ixert
E. M. V. R. R. is the best
to ami from the
.HEAD WOOD AM) HOT SiT.lXLiS,
dVKX VV, A V "
From !:-'.;", VMn, until J "'.' first
iSHlt. We vviil Rive a li kef, with every
ll.Qf) cash pur. on a handsome tea
set, 82 pieces in the t. something very
'hue. This beautiful will le display,
in our wim!mv fur inspection, remember
the date and save your tickets as some
one U hound to le the lucky one
Your for business,
Gc to J. E. PHiNNF.Y's for wail pap
er. Mr. aril Mrs. Earnest Lyon, have
moved into the Coffee house, just recent
ly vacated by Judge Sclults' family.
- A ucl.jiie future f 111 -iw.u fori
tli. s time "I the vear was a small snort
Tie count v "fwds" will 1 in sess-
sion on the V'.h ir.st.
-We understand that J. A. Andersor
hs 'ld hi interest in the Andrews
building to Dr. Phinney and A. McUin
ley. The sale of Mlk? Rowing's was inter
i:;i!hI somewhat Tuesday, by the rain,
hut not-u i'h-standing we thought the
rattle sold fairly well.
Wonder who will I our next County
Jiu'.c? ("iim now don t all sneak at
Red From feat Market
Choice, Fresh and
bowe cured Moats
and home rendered
Liird, silt Fish,
ies, Tobaccos, Citrs and Candies, Nuts
irreen A pules. Highest price paid
for Hides and Produce, at
Snv'tH's Pi HrzrCz.
Lr. C. (). I laid, ins Crawford den
tist, will ba in li-n rison, June li,
at Commercial hotel. Crown ami
Bridge work a specialty.
nF thr? teacher, left for .their
i i,q wpL-. to soend vacation
J lJI I n v.. - -- ,
Eead Miss Parsons, validictory which
.., miwi interesting featuru of the
1 IWJW - m
i-!inol r.icnic. on hut Friday.
Mrs. J.ike Henry, and Mrs. Will Gay-
i t f v.,iiir,iu snant Sundae, at the
1 1 ii i if J " - ; -i
borne of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nut
ta in the canvon.
Let the wood store rest for the sum-
mtr, and try one of those coal oil stoves
at 'Barteixs" they are guaranteed to do
the work and are perfectly safe comej
and see tbein.
A. P. Rosenberg, and Jamos Nelson
of Adelia, were among the pleasant call
ers at this "den" during the week. Boys j
call again, our latch etring is always;
out. " j
' Our better half is enjoying the sweet ;
odor of a beautiful boquet, of flowers,
the gift of the misses Noreisch. Many
thanks girls we appreciate your kind
Bess. Mrs. J. E. Marsteller, and her sister
Mrs. Northrop, of Valentine, left on last
Friday evening for Deadwood, Valentine
and Kansas, to be gone a month. That
s why John looks so down at the mouth.
-Tne billious, tired, nervous man
cannot successfully compete with his
healthy rival. DeWitt'g Little Early
Eisers the famous pills for constipation
will remove the cause of your troubles.
J. E. PllINNEY.
Remember that Father
Raybock, will celebrate. Mass
at Harrison, on next Tues
day morning, June 11th at
10 a. m.
We learn that the bail storm w hi ch
visited the Highland district Sunday,
destroyed the entire strawberry crop of
Mr. DeBock, which usually amounts to
about 1200.00 every season. Mr. DeBock
usually Hods ready sale for all of his
email fruits in town which were always
fresh and delicious.
The railroad graders, who will put
in their time for the next month or so
filliuK in certain large culvrets and wid
ening the track, will be here the last of
the week or the first of next, which will
make everythiug lively in and around
town. It will, of course make business
very much bettor for our merchants besides.
George Grimm, and Frank Scott,
returned from Gering, Tuesday where
they went a week ago to work on the
irriiratinz canal, but as the work will
be completed in a couple of weeks, they
loncludcd not to wait for the haying
Mason, a it was a week or ten days to
ansa for it. They My, however, there
will be plenty of work there in about a
month or mure.
"A few months ago, food which I
ate for Breakfast would not remain oo
any stomach for half an hour. I .used
om bottle of your Kodol Dyspepsia cure
and cau now eat my breakfast and other
.meal with a relish and my food is
Ihonroughly digested. Nothing equals
ICodol DTspepnia Cure for stomach
trouble' U. a Pitts, Arlington Tex.,
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you
at. J. E. Phiksey.
' Omr Uleoted and efficient school
- teacher, who bare done themselves
pro4 in the conduct of the Harrison
mcI tools, during the acolastic year just
lot, left for their respective homes
where they will be in a recuperative
WMition. restiiMC thvir tired noula and
brain until the leginning of the nit
cheol fear, ometinw in September
We oVwre to say in behalf of the teach-
mn Uatt It hns bn otir goid fortune to
kaM littla, if any couiplaintagninst tbera
m taaclwr. or in any other way that
- mmU reflect etiecmlit upon them. The
rrAioimtb. has notlung hut praise
C;.i J(n4 wiU 'or them acd we believe
V '.CjA mo eaftkke wouM b mad fliould
fpicyz p fut' If amploysd
J iJtr ytar.
K.iaid lAnev, mother ol
Kobtrt Neeoe, Wt for Cm ford f-n
last Friday evening to remain for a while
or uutil fche grows hoiuesick for ranch
The church social, given at Andrews
Uall on last Tuesday evening, ut.der the
auspicus of the ladies of town, w,-.s n
most decided success. A full house, and
a good neat sum was realized.
There will be mass at
the court hou?e, on next
Tuesday, June the 11th, at
10. a. m.
M. C. Itoane, and family, who left
Bodarc. about four years ngo, for Bums
Colo, have sold their interests in the lat
ter place, and expect to start for this
part of the Lord's vineyard, sometime
wiihin the next ten days or two weeks
Miss Lizzie Parsons, was the valedic
torian, of the Harrison schools at the
Mmnioncmpnt exercise, which were
concluded at the school picnic, at the
beautiful grounds of Charles Flyuipton,
eight miles east of town ou Friday the
last day of the term.
Call at J. E. IHinsey'k drug store
and get a free sample of Chamberlain'
Stomach and Liver Tablets. They are
an elesant ubymic. They also improve
the appetite, strengthen the digestion
and resrulate the liver and bowels. They
are easy to take and pleasant in effect
J. E. FlIISKEY.
Jake Henry, of Montrose is an expert
sprinster, and to demonstrate bis agility
of foot, be gave chase to an Antelope
one day last week, ana came out victor
ious, as the Antelope tired, but Jake
did not, and as his reward, he carried
home on his shoulder, the trophy of Ins
victory. Jake is much elated vith
bis new pet.
,-Mrs. Geo. 1L Turner, was in town
one day this week, ind us usual dropped
in for a moments chat. She wasextrem
ely happy over the fact of her brother
being her guest for the summer, and
possibly longer. She expects to start
for the sunny south next month, to
spend several weeks with her old friend
Mrs. Jell Hewitt.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coffee and their
son Frank, came up from Chadron Sat
urday and were the guests of banker
Clark and his estimable wife until bun
day, when they left for their Eawlnde
ranch and were gone three or four days
iir. Coffee informed us that while in
Texas he bought 1,000 head of cattle and
that they were on the range near his
liawbide ranch, he will probably by
some more soon.
Dyspeptics cannot be long lived be
cause to liye requires nourishment food
is not nourishing until it is oigesieu. n
disordered stomach cannot digest food,
it must have assistance. Kodol Dyspep.
sia Cure digests all kinds of food without
aid from the stomach, allowing it to rest
and regain its natural functions. Its
elements are exactly the same as the
natural digestive fluids and it simply
can-t heln but do you good. J. E. PuJS-
Merchant Kartell, last week complet
ed the deal with Mrs. Basset and B. E.
Brewster, owners of the Kanch Supply
building which transfers the property to
Mr. B. , who has a mechanic employed
reuairinz it. and will, soon as it is in
proper shape, move his stock of merchan
dise into it whew be will be prepared to
meet his customers from every quarter.
It will take some little time before the
building will U ready for occupancy
probably a week r twe.
At no time, since we came to Sioux
county going on live years ago has the
crass been as largo and thick on the
ground at this time of the year as it is
now. And old residents say there is a
better prospect for a bay crop than there
has been for years, besides utock of all
kinds never looked any better at this
time of ttie vear llun they do at present.
Thus, we believe Sioux county is in the
fore front of the slock raising districts
You mf van well enct to run ft
ateam engine without water as to find
an active, eneritetic man with n, torpid
liver and you may know that his liver is
torpid when he does not relish his food
or feels dull and lanzuid after eating, of
ten has headache and sometimesdizxinew
A few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets will restore his liver
to it normal function, renew his vital
ity, improve bis digestion and make him
feel like a now man. Price, 25 cents.
Samples free at J. E PumcY'H drug
once. Wonder, huts the matter with
Mat-tin V.V'r, being called Jud.'e for
the rnst of the term'?
Mr. C. ltolbngsworth, did credit to
bor sex in her attempt at riding thu
goat" at the meeting of the R. N. of A"
on last Friday evening, nnd we under
stand it is rather fractious too.
Flmer Smith, has Iwug1. :t the Avery
barn and moved it onto a lot east of the
Jerry Wills house and will remodel find
convert it into a dwelling house which
he and hi wife will occupy soon as it is
complete! and ready for occupancy.
Robert Crews, of Grapevine Texas,
and a brother of Mrs. Ueorae H. Turner
is a guest at the home of tlie latter. Mr.
Crews, expects to spend the summer at
the n.mh, and later may tjtke up his
abode in Sioux county.
Mr. Geo. C. Beiser. mother and his j
brother, of OdoMt. la., arrived on u
week or so'a visit with John Bicser a
brother and bis family of this place.
Mr. Beiser was here little less than a
ye-ir ago and bought a place which he
The post ofllce inspector for this di
trict, unexpec.edly dropped into the
Harrison office yesterday, and of course
checked up the present incumbent No
doubt, however, but that postmaster
Bogarts accounts will be found to exact
Iv balance, and everything else all 0. K.
"Tha Doctors told me mr cough was
incurable One Minute Cough Cure made
me a well tn.in." Norns Silver, North
Stratford, N. H. Because you've not
found relief from a stubborn couch,
don't despair. One Minute Cough Cure
has cured thousands and it will cure you
safe and sure. J. E. rm;;EY.
McGinley r.nd Hester sold the cattle
they recently trail-id from Ruck i'r.f-U.
Wyo., to Robert Neece, the first of the
week. There was something like eight
hundrend or a thousand head, which in
creases Mr. Neece's heard to over two
thousand head, making him one of the
largest stockmen in North-west Nebraska.
Will Hough, a former citizen of
Sioux connty, and now a prominnt
:md prosperous Hardware merchant of
Pierce, Neb., and a son-in-law, of Puter
EJourett, of Running Water, came in en
last Thursday noon, presumably to
lnU flf'or liis cattle interest which be
still hold here. To a reporter of the
PltKss JotT.SAL, Mr. Hough, siiiJ be was
pleaseJ with his new home and hisbusi-
n w- "nnrt. which " ill s ms"
friends, wi' I be g'tad to bi'. He re
turned to Pierce, on Saturday evening.
Charbis E. Shilts. and family left the
first of this week, for California, where
they expect to rraVe their future home.
Judge Shilts like bis predecessor, Judge
Wilson, resigned in favor of S;oux Coun
ty that be might hie himself away to the
land of flowers. Mr. Shilts and bis esli
niabla family leave a large circle of
friends, io Sioux county, to regret their
departure, and among them is ye scribe
yet they are ail obligt-d, tho reluctant
to wish them a God s)wl.
To day we come to this grove to spend
our la-.t day of school.
The llowers, the tives all seem to wel
come us and say "Happy be tiy vaca.
We uelcome vacation with song and
l,mif. but vet it serais Sad to have
For the fleeting hour bids us depart.
The (Kirting hand be given
We hoG to meet again, as now,
If not to mi et in heaven.
1 Kiiid teachers you do not know how
much e scholars do appreciate jour
kinclnes in the past nine months.
We never can repay you for nil you
have done for us.
You have not only benefited us in the
school-room but in many other ways.
You have benefited all those you have
And ns to our teacher, he has taught
us one great lasting lesson, that is "kind
ness." Not by preaching to us on the subject
hut bv the dailv examol-i ho set before
- j w ,
Manv timet we nere discouraged, but
with kind words and willii g liuuilr,
V.o toiled from day to day
To guide our wayward feet aright,
In learnings rugged way.
Often in si h.xd we scholars were mis
chiu'vous and did things we should not
have done but 'l:is not done to try the
patience of the tcaclwr.
And the school asks forgiveness.
We n. av never see him nuain, but we
all know e shall hear of him.
Not only the school, but others say
that he is on the road to success and
We hate to see the teachers go, hut it
is not fair for Harrison to l.'-ep them,
tmt let them ifyt forth and tcai h ct'ii-rs
tho great lesson of truth and kindness j
they have taught us. I
We will soon be forgotten among hun
dreds of their new pupils hut we will not
forget the teachers, who have done so
much for us.
Accept the tlmnks ' one to thee
Kind friends and teachers too,
(J ever grateful nre we
To those so irnod and true.
Mi-h U;j.:r. Parsons.
C. Y. Coffee, Presi.lttit. r " .Clahke, Cashier.
Ciias. C. Jamkhon.
II. S. CtAEKE,
A, McG INLET,
Stockmen having use for a bank at this point may rely on
us to handle their entire Hanking bnsines.
wiV nre prepared to take rare of our trade at all timestfr.
Trompt attention given to all legal
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, and before the United State
Fire Insurance written in reliabb
f,-r,Legal papers carefully drawn.
Haw.ison. - NKMtAjA.
31. S. 0 Coi.iti II, - - Co. Attt rncy,
Will Prnetir? in Alt Court.
jm-m! .Mtrailim t;h:-a t I.-vid Of.
Collection f nJ all bui'mess -ul rust
ed to vrill rm'iTfc prompt attention.
llAIlltWoN' - NKUKAsKA.
J. E. PHINNEY. M. I).
I'liyisiian and Surgeon.
All calls given prompt tiltimllon.
tiltlce In UruK Store.
-HARRISON - KEUUASKA.
til i'l. U.l.!! S - l'Ptt
Lumber, IIuriH'ss, hinMics,
tJrain and Fci-d, Doors
hikI Windows, Heaiy lliti'dnnro.
Rranded iJ'&S'SK". 'J
The attendance, at the G. A. R., decor
ation exercises a week ago today wre
not so large as usual, but the weatuer j
was very unfavorable and therefore, e
are not inclined to believe the small at
tendance was because of the wniiiing of
respect and good will for the oi l soldier
nor any less patriotism for our country
as a nation than has always been mani
fested by our people at these annual love
feasts. We notice, however, that with
out an exception, all the old veteran,
who lilca Isaac of old was offered up as
a living sacrifice for 1 he salvation of
tins great republic in n time of peril, are
now treiriblintrly sttndiiig upon the brink
of the grave and will soon be summoned
. i t . i. .. f . .. . f
w ttjieiir iwiore w uruw xiu '(.. 1,1, I
our silvation, whom we believe wnl ,
, , out all bis horses, he offers bi-t Imported
give them an iibunduiil entrance mto .
the promised land, wliere they will be
Kitrayed seven head of saddle horses
on bit hip or
and all have
mTTon riKht thiirli and other old
brands on them, I will pay a reas
onable reward for their delivery to me
at the KJ ranch, or information leading
to t heir recovery.
Deep Creek Liv Stock. Co,
J. 11. H.i!.Bi'!rr, (roreman,)
young again and never grow old. And
we say God bless them in their last day s.
After the closing of the exercises ttt
the cemetery the old soldiers and their
invited guests held a banquet in tho
court house where all enjoyed them
selves some of thorn perhaps, for the
l ist time. We acknowledge a kind in
vitation, and though we were unabl-i to
be present as a result of a very busy day
in the office we appreciate the invitation
of Commander Livermore In befalf of
the Post, we thank them very cordially
for the same.
Clydesdale SLallion Whiston, for sain
nt a hurgiiin. Whistm. stand. about
17 bands high, and weighs li' out .VK)
lb, und is n good a foal getter ns llxre
is in the stale, and is sound in every
M. J. Uayi'art,
Sioux Co. Nb.
leeo watch of this
CD k 3
Don't forget to watch this
Will stand at our barn at HARRI
SON, this season.
TERMS-?8.00 .to insure colt to stand
up and suck.
DEICKMANN & LACY
Hatr Tro Frtin DcntU.
'Our little daughter had nn almost
fatal altck of whooping cough mid
bronchitis," writes Mrs, W. K. Huviland,
of Armonk, N. Y.. "but, hen all oilier
remoiUes failed, we saveil ir life with
lr. King's New lJiscovery, Our nii-e
who bud Consumption in itn ailvuncrd
stage, also used (his wonderful mdicine
and tcsl.iV she is prrfectir well." I)ev
A 'J'crriblr K spin ton.
"Of a gasoline stove, burned a lady
here frihllollr." writei N. E. Palmer.
of Kirkman, la. "The lie jt doc tors j (x-riite I liroat and lung diseases j lul l to
could nt heal tpe running sore that fol- Dr. h.mg ev wiscovery, us ir no oiri
owed, but Buckletis Arnica silve entlrj r mwheine on earth. InfalliaUle for
cay cured bor." li-UUable for Cut, Cough nnd Colds. 50c in I tl 00 bellies
Corns, f-iores, Boils, nruises. Skin Diseas-1 guarmUed by J. E. I'HI.vxiiV. Trial
Jiund Piles. Si.'utJ L I'liXEY'j. 1 OuttltJ frue.
Will make the
season at my place
on Monroe Creak
7 miles north-west
WISDOM JK. Sired by imported CLYDH. Dam " eights
KM HK-weight l,fU 11m.
PKICE: 5.00, to iiirtiin? living colt. Th:; money for ser
vice of ptallion will be due and payable at onc in caso
inare are fold or removed from the county.
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