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What You and Your Ne'g'.bor
A c Doha. .
A '-gentleman cf color" frctn Ft.
Robinson ?as m the city Tuolay.
Fly Nets fur sale ul E. IJjlinei's
Harness Shop. t
i'uchi nty slnrilf wxi hi the south
pari of the county Friday serving a num
inous. O.VV, Hester, has Inula telephone
line constructed between his business
tilllcs and his residence on the ranch.
lion. C. F. Coffee sjwnt the d.iy in
Iliirrioon Tuesday, returning in the even
ing. Judge Hunter, of Bodarc, was on
our streets Tue.mlay ami while in town
lnude the FliEus Juit.KtL a pleasttut cull.
The work on the house which
Co. Supt. Burke has been having moved
ix progressing rapidly und he will soon
liuve a vt-rv comfortable house.
Bro. Wright and wife, of the Sun
npent Sunday in LVadvouii. They re
port i warm time, ;uid were glad to re
turned Monday - "
Henry, Deiuk-Miuiui, v. ho has been
up near Caller, Wyo., for the past two
mouths koi kiog on a stock ranch ra
luriitd hori.e on Sutuidny, last.
A" heavy storm wm reported al
Chadron Tuesday night. Lighting did
considerable damage, burning one barn,
urn! striking u Ii.dy, Shu wan not kiH.d
but jrubaUy acriourly ir-jurcd.
KrnBl Lyons, is digging a cellar en
the property where ha is living We
luivctt't learned whether it In to ward
ifaiiit lighlinj; or cyclones or both, &o-
V.e will allow yoy to guMa on it.
Royre Tibbets left Tuesday-for n
vif.it of a week and a lulfs on Mrs.
Liz?.'o Coffefe' ram h. Wnto ho re
turiiii ho will bo cmjiloycd on tho Pl'lJ!-:
Judia IlunUr, informs us that ho
exKTlH soon to Ic.ne for Holifax, Nova,
Rrolia to lay claim to a share of f-iS,
fill.OW, of which ha is one of thu leyitl
h'Si'rs only 10 or 1,. Of course when
ho returns ha will paint the town red,
Those famous little pills, I)e Witts Li
lle Dnrly Riser.", compel your liver and
howels to do Iheir duty, 'bus pivinu yiu
pure, rich blood fo rect-,perateyourlK)dv.
Are easy to take. Never gripe. J. E.
F. W. Clark, relurnod Friday night
from the Wool-prowers convention at
PciiKlan. The convention was an inler
estinc one und was quite largely attend
ed by Sheep men of Wyoming and Neb
rtiftka. A few cattlemen were also in at
tendance. Joe Lmlwlg ami John Lacy, return
ed Friday from ft visit, in Oklahoma and
' Kanan. They wore well pleased vvit h
the appearance of the Oklahoma country
and talk of locating (here if they Rut a
buyer for their property in Sioux Coun
ty. Dnve ('olville, Marled Monday over
land for Williston N. Dak, , where be ex
pectslo make bis future home. The lwst
wishes of a bout of friends in Bioux
County go with him. The 1'nr.s.H-Jot n.v
Ah will keep him posted on the news of
Tho nection men on tlu Harrison
MCtiou have been raising the bridges
between thin elation nnd Andrews dur
ing the pant week. They have exeri
encd considerable difficulty on account
of the numerous upeciale which have
been Assing through.
TVwlmonter Dognrt, has tendered,
hl resignation to the post olllee depart
ment, find.ng the dutiet to be too ardu
ous. Ttiere will bt several applicants fo
the place. Mr, Annie Thornton, Homer
I'riddy, and P. D, Pigdosr, are candidates.
Omaha ra'.i.lcft Dciitltt,
July '.".'tli and
The ladies aid society will meet at
the home of Mrs. 7 hoi uteri's, Wednes
day aftcruoou Julv CI.
For Dp to d ite I n iit.il w.irkAtOmt bii
!rii-e4, tftt It I. WiTUKfiS, Chunba DontlKt.
Andrew Christiao, of Pleasant nidge,
attended the Wool grow ers Convention.
Ho returned ThursJav.
Huv. Rice, of Chadron, arrive
Saturday and preaehyd at Iijdaro Sun
day, Wo acknowledge a pleasant call
Mr. Will nartel), U-ft Sunday niyhl
for Andrews where he will assist in put
i vg up buy for a short time.
C. T. , Suydor returned from a trip
to Chadron ami Crawford, Tuesday, It
was "lo warm enough," for him to stay
any length of lime.
Mr Wier, of Chadcou, w ho Ins been
vwitiH in llwcily went Monday even
ing to Andrews where tibo w ill visit for
a snort tima bcfoie returuin'r home.
It is easier to keep well than jiel cured.
DeW ill's Little early Risers taken now
and then will always ktep your bowels
in order, Thay never gripe but promote
an t-asy geiitl-j action. J. E Vu;ysm.
Mrs W-rdemau, was a plens'tnt ill
Icr at tho Pl;CSS-JofRAl. head quarters
and prr.dtucd a god big tiniilo on the
os'-v editors face by planting a dollar oil
A lul complexion pono-ally r-isult
f roni in,u;tivo liver aji-J b.iwuis. In a!
ucli ca-ei, OoWitts Litfct j Ei'dy Ricsr
prodac cgr;.tifiig ici ultt.-J. " E. I');ir
On Saturday, a ileal was marlu
whereby -Frfrd Leilhoff disposed of his
landed eistut out in IIii;iiland, to M. A.
Bannan & Scnr We-did notlearn -justj
what tho consi.ieraUon was. but ' pre
sume it was a fairly pord one, as real
est-ite is very much higher than it was a
year cr so ago.
Some of the citi;ens who have lived
here a Dumber of years, testify that the
heat during the past few weeks has been
worse than at any time during Iheir
stay here. However we have a tiocd
deal to be ( hankful for. If you do not
think so, pick up a paper and read the ac
counts of the sweltering and drouth fur
A letter from Judge Schilt at Fresno
i ali forma, to Mr. Canon, gives some in
teresting news of the writer. It gives
the Information that Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Leihle, aro the parents, of a native son
about 10 days old. They aro all pleased
with the country and are enj jying them
selves, eating of the ubundatice of fruit.
The judge docs not know as yet what he
Our friend, Fred Leilhoff, who sold
out last week, is now out of a home in:
Sioux County, and is now out of a
home in Sioux County, and "is in a quan
dry ;'ust where to go, or look for anoth
er locution w Inch will le more suitable
than tlia ono disposed of. Fred is a good
citizen, and no doubt his many friends
and acquaintances here w ill regret to see
him and family remove from the coun
ty. "I wish to truthfully state to you and
tho readers of Ihese few HnesJJ that your
Kodol I ly fdepsia Cure is without ques
tion, the best and only euro for Dyspep
sia that I have ever como in contact
with and I have used many otlior prepar
ations., John Beam, West Middlesex, Pa.
No preparation equals Kodol Hyjpi pia
Cure, as it caritains all the natural diges
tants. It will digest all kinds of food
and eou't help but do you good. J, E
A letter from Mrs, R, M, Wallace
al Houston Idaho, informs us that she
together with her two sons and Pat nnd
Han Slatlery had arrived there all O. K,t
They werejenjoy ing themselves under the
hoKpitulily of Rev. end Mrs. Kendall,
somewhat tired from their long, tedious
trip, They will dop thorn for some
ytitne before combining their journey fur.
ther west ward. All friends and acqunin
cS will Iw pleased to know they, ,ure
now within the pr.) mistd land,
ln jioA.:A:, a?Jius33j - i. -
-Mr. Tliomns CjII, of Van Tassel,
was doing business with our merchant
-vt of Tcfto 5.OT. iin-I all w k at Oiiin
h.i pi-Icm iiiui wttrrAntrU. ii-ynnri t'lncrr
L. G. fljrlach, is. having his stor
paintPd this week, E. Lyons and Ueo.
L. Gerlach, urn doing the work.
The Files that armoy you so will be
quickly and permanently healed if you
use DoWiU's Witch Hazel Salve. Bo
ware of worthless counterfeits. J. E.
Cieo. Davis, returned Monday from
his overland trip to Rapid City Montana.
He was in search of a location.
Tint car of cibVUl, Deering
Harvesters, Giant foot Mowers, and
Matchless Deering R-ikes and Deering
Tw ine lias a. rived. Will bo sold right
Two thoroughbred, registered short
horn bulls. These animals aro from the
best herds of Town. Will be sold cheap.
Inquire of A. MuCj.M.EY or V. A. Hev
te;i. - " ; : 3tf
S'oux t'min'j'.s Teachers Lkdiintc.
8.0V Primary Reading,
0:00, Akebra, ..
10:00, r Pliysiolcgr,
1 :0fl, Rool; keeping,
2:00, ' Botany, -
4:00, Theory and art of teaching
W. E. Purviunoe,
Writing, - ' , Arithmetic,
Civil Govsrrnnient ieoj2r-phy,
J. 15. II TKB,
' Co. Supt.
. TO LET.
Tho raking and stacking of 715 to 10g
tons of hay on contract, Begin 22 July,
Digest price. Cash.
T. B, Snyder,
sale! The undersigned will sell at public
auction at his ranch, 9 miles north and
nnd 2 miles eat of Crawford, Neb., on
Thursday, July 13, 1001. And 8 head of
A baivlKonie Bteel ran Re,
only used a short time, with
reversible grate, burns wood
or coal. Apply at this ofllce.
Notice to Sioux Co, Teachers,
To the Touchers of Klonx county, Nebras
ka: Al tlio coming Institute of thin year, tlin
xtu'lle for Hrr:t (iriulo certlfleutea will be
taken ti, so If there lire unv that denim to
pits on these studies, yiu will please take
notice. Also, the Aurora Business Colletfc,
offers Ten weeks Tuition free, for ono Stu
dent, tlmt I may nominate, or any that
would llketotHko ndvnntsKo of tills offer
write to mo about H, Term bcRlns Sept. t,
l'llrl. J. H. JMRKK,
l!y virtue of an order of sale Issued by
the clerk of the IM'trlct Court of Sioux
courtly, Nebraska, and to m direr tod, upon
a decrno rendered by said court In favor
of Fiirnli Jordmi as plaintiff jmd against
N'ebvaHk Security Uoui:uiy, MoKlnloy
I. nmiintf I)iin and Trtut Company, Kquilrt
le band company us defendant. .
I will on tlie "it h day of Aiijuxt, 1001, atone
Vloek In luo afternoon of said day at tli'j
cast front door of the court lioun of siild
county ttt Ifurrlson, Kebriuka, sell at public
auction to tlin highest bidder for cash In
hsnd the following described real estate slt
nato in said county, to wit;
The suulhoast uuiirler of section twenty
In township thirty-tli roe north, of range
flfly-nve west or nth principal merliUan In
Stloux couuly, Kuhrnxlcn, to satlwfy said or
der of sale In the sum of severity six ! miliars
and twenty-four cunts, and costs and acuta
lUitcd July Jii.l,l!),
Over In Wyoming.
BORN On Friday, June 13 ,'01 to Mrs.
W. W. Tatman a girl, usual weight.
The mother i doing well considering her
former poor health, and the child is do
ing nicely. Grandpa Tatman, is the
happiest man in the settlement.
Charles McDermott is still working in
Lnsk w here he went a few days before
C. L. Christian, had the misfortune to
lose his pocket book containing f-10 the
last of last week.
C, L. Christian purchased a registered
Clyde yearling colt of John Storrie,
while in Lusk the 4th inst.
Mr. Murphy has tho windmill up and
the pump at work in the well on his
claim. One by one the windmills are
going up, and it will not be long e'ro a
mill will; be seen cn every quarter
section of land in the Ridge settlement.
Everybody is making boy and the
click of the mower is beard all over tho
M. C. and Fred Doan passed through
hero ou last Thim.day enroute to C. B.
Hollinttsworth'e camp. ll.-ey left
Burns .Colorado ou Juno lo with a
bunch of cattle and horses and made it
through with tho cattle looking lirst
S. K Hartley of Hot Springs, B. D.
made a flying trip to tho Ridge one day
last w eek.
The ha'ri storm the 4th broke 3 win
dow lights out of the east school house.
Thursday, the 11th was the hottest
day cf the season, The Thermometer
ranged srom 'Ji to 101. during, most
of the day, and that on the north eido of
the building. At 6 o'clock P. M, when
the sun hail reached the north side, it
run up to 111 , at 7 o'clock it was 00 ,
and at sun down 83. -
- - Zekel.
Gems From Clio's Pen-
Yes wo had a real good soaking rain
the 4th also, but we lad' such" hot dry
winds for days before and it has been
very warm since. The chintz bugs took
advantage of the dry weather and did
their best to destroy tho oat crop, manj
pieces were not worth the cutting. The
rye crop was a good one. The bugs are
now after the corn, and in place they
are utterly destroying it. "The oldest
inhabitants" say they never saw the
like before, neither with bugs nor hot
winds. There has not been as much
damage by the drought, as there has by
We shall have to do like lika the ed
itors of the dalies do, take back what wo
"writ" before. We are persuaded now
that it would take something more than
tho Pine Ridge to make this land a para
dise. Don't be surplsed if you see us in
iiabit old Sioux County again. There is
no telling where we may be two or three
years from now, . Wo have bad a visit
recently from my two brothers and their
two wives and my'tsister from Kansas,
They live about 25 miles from Toptka.
They drove through and reported crops
as looking very hie along the route till
they reached Lincoln, from there on this
way they were not so good.
They took us by surprise and it was
a surprise for I had seen none of them for
almost seventeen years. We had a live
ly time for a week here, I assure you,
for they are all jolly and lively, and
talkers as well as ye scribe.
We very much rejoice that Mr. Rice
has so much improved in health as to be
able to meet with his people at Bodarc
again, and that the Bodaro people have
interesting Sunday school. We shall al
ways be interested in tho north-west
corner of our state and are glad the hay
crop is a good one and hope tho hoppers
will not become a burden. My health
has so much improved during tho past
three months, that I go ess this is the
best place for me. The water is surely
very healthy for it is my medicine and a
pleasure to take it. Cuo.
P. S. Say Zekiel I'd hate to have you
see that garden now.
I want to thank the loyal peoplo io
Harrison and surrounding country who
have held up my hands as I have en
deavered to hold up Christ. May heave,
sniilo upon nil, It is true that there has
been a little friction but that is a go d
omen, When evil is hit It squirms
The alnrfji clock of truth gives forth un
welcome sounds to Its cars. No poltrons
are needed in nions ranks. Wo need men
who are not on the maket for sale and
men who Im ao coneieoces as steady as
- , ju.ii is, leoi.
the needle to the pole. Men who will
look the world an! the devil right in 1 lie
eye and men who know their duty and
do it, and know their place ar.d fiil it
men of God. Pray for me so that I may
be a Daniel for good.
W. K. WAnnasr.
Information For Teacher.
As the time for holding my institute
is drawing near, and I have had a great
many inquiries concerning the 'enroll
ment fee, I will say is f 1.00 and to take
the examination will be $1.00 extra,
I am pleased to know that so many of
our boys, and girls, are taking such an
interest in Institute, and Educational
work for that means bittteachi-rs in
My every effort will be to mako it
pleasant and interesting for all that will
come with the intention of advancing in
On August Cth, stutcState Supt. W.
K. Fowler, will be with us and I desire
to make this school officers, and patrons
day, and as he has promised to talk, on
matters of importance, I desire, and ex
tend a special invitation to all to be
present on that day.
J. B. EciiHE,
Prompt attention given to all legal
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, and before the United States
Fire Insurance written in reliabh
tsiTLegal papers carefully drawn.
llAnrasox, - Nebraska.
M. J. O'Cornell, - - Co. Attorney,
prill Practice ia AH Courts.
Special Attention Given to Land Of
Collections find all business entrust
ed to me will receive prompt attention.
Hakbisos - Nebraska.
J. E. PUINNEY, M. I).
rhyiscirtu and Surgeon.
All calls given prompt attention.
Office In Drug Store.
-HAItEISON - NEBRASKA.
E. Hon W Kit, ,
Wdealkh in g&
Lumber, Harness, Saddles,
Grain and Teed, Doors
and Windows, Heavy Hardware.
Estrayed seven "head of saddle horses
Branded HSffS'S'O on left hip or
on right tnigti ana otner old
brands on them, I will pay a reas
onable reward for their delivery lo me
at the KC ranch, or information leadin
to their recoverv,
' Deep Creek Live Stock, Co,
J. Ii. Halbert, (foreman,)
Ice for Sale.
Soe George Williams or in my absence
J. n. Wilbermsdorfer, at the harness
shop will supply you.
14 acres, Millet on ground and 4 acres
corn fodder, also what Hay can be cut
on (midsection of laud, and pasture for
rent. Address, M. J. Buffer.
Edgemont, S. Dak.
NOTICE TO TAX-PAY ERS.
All tax-payers of Sioux county, that
know themselves to be delinquent in pay
ing their personal taxes, are hereby
notified to call at the county treasurers
office and settle them at once and avoid
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve should lie
promptly applied to cuts, burns bad
scalds, "it soothes and quickly heals the
injured part. There are worthless coun
terfeits, be sure to get DeWitt's. J. E.
Til E P RESS-JOU RN Ah.
$1 PER YEAR.
CO XT LIST XOTTC1V
Tniled State J.nml Office, Afllancn
')ls';:'' " July W,RKI.r
A HOfth'ienf contest ulrtdavit lMVtng- Iwir
Iticd lu this (iffl;.e hy Clans C'ln-Utensen, ran'
ti!st:iuf, against lio-iMtxMct entry Nor H'i;r
made October aril, hr. l, for Kmt half C?.
souUi went section (), east (J,), Sort l
West iU), Section (75, Township (S4) iirrtli.
BiliigR(M) West, by llary FxrtSe Umfwht.,
In whleb it is alleged that, the said Mary
Footo lias tailed to reside on and- cultivate
eaid land as required- by Taw In this; that
she has failed to build thereon a liabitalil j
house; tint she has failed entirely to- culti
vate any of sulci land at any time: and that
she has failed entirely to establish her rra!
deuce on said land; that said defaults eon
tmue atthe date of this affidavit and urn
not nor were not caused by service of tliu
entry woman in the Army Haw or Msr
fne Corps of the United Stales during th
Into war with Spain or nnv other war in
which it may have been engaged.
i-aid parties are horoby notified to unpen
respond and offer evidence touching said al
legation at 10 o'clock A. M., on Attaint Jtlst-
IB01, before Grant Outline, a Kotarv nnbllc-
at his office in Harrison. Nebraska.
And tliat dual hcarini' will be held at to
o'clock, A. M., on September 7lh. I HOI, before '
the Register and lteeelver at tho 1,'nited
States Land Office in Alliance,- Kebra.,
ka. Ilio said contestant having, In a proper
affidavit, filed July 1st, 1(101, set forth fact
which show that after One diliVence. per.
somil service of this notice can not be mad...
it is hereby ordered and directed that such
notice be given by dae asd proper ntli-
366 F. M. DoMMNGTOK,
"I (mi indebted to One' Minute Cough
Cure for my present good health an.i
my life I was treated in vain by doctors
for lung trouble following lagrippe. f
ook One Minute Cough cure, and recov
red my health." Mr. E. H. Wise, Mad- -son,
Ga. J. E. Pjiinxey.'
George Davis, of Kirtley, who, hair
been away looking up a new location '
near Gillet, Wyo., and also on Powder
River returned, a few days ago, and re
ports he found some good ranch loca
tions where he may remove some time
between now and the late fall. Georg
has been absent about five or six weeks.
O . ;
Grasshoppers are repoted indifferent"
parts of the Valley, and are dwog con
considerable damage in some gardens
J. L. Anderson has finished the first
crop of Alfalfa and reports the yield
mord than double what it was- last
Mrs. Anderson, while careing for a
very sore throat is spending a few; days,
with her mother. Mrs, S. Hill and Jim
has once more to try his own cooking.
Iu the last issue of the Journal ZeLiel
mentioned a stack of rye put up on Mr. '
A. Christian's farm.- We think' that
crop of Rye done well hut with all due
respect to Wyoming, and Zekiel too, we
believe Nebraska cant ba beaten. Mr.
Zimmerman sowed only five acres and
stacked 23 good loads, Zekiel will sure
ly got thin again if he tries to find any
liing like that in Wyoming.
Miss Lillie Zimmerman, spent last
week on Old Woman Creek looking
after bouse hold affairs while her broth
er Irven dug a well. Ha obtained good,
oler water at a depth of only 15 feet.
Notwithstanding the heat the atten
dance at the Bodarc church on Sunday
was good and the sermon by Rev. Ricef
was appreciated by all. There will be
preaching services again July 28th,
We mis? Clio from the ranks. What
is the reason? Has she not recovered
yet from her fourth of July dissapation,
or has she forsken us altogether.
The weather still continues hot and
dry, the creeks are getting very low and
the ditches empty. A good rain is very
much neded here. SI. A. C.
County clerk Raum, received an np.
plication yesterday for a hunters permit
from C. L. Clifton of Crawford, who
will be entitled lo hunt and fish in Sioux
county during the balance of the season.
Who w ill be the next to comply with the
aw. This is the first application taken .
out in onr county.
I will offer for sale at public motion
at my residence in Harrison, Neb., at 3
o'clock p. m. July 27th, 1001, the follow
ing personal proerty, to-wit:
2 Cows 7 and 8 yoars old,
2 yearling Heifers,
1 2-vear-old, white faced steer,
1 Spring Calf,
1 Set Double Harness,
1 Bed room set Dresser, Toi let Stand
Also one other Bedstead,
1 Barrel Cart.
And oilier household good:, not me
tioncd. OK. D. CAIHW.
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