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HABBISOIT, NEBRASKA, THTJBSDAY, JLTJOTJST 22, 1901. ISO. 8
fr mci la at T)nvl44.
Mr. Umphenour and Ur two (tons ar
rived Friduy from tluuoeoii, Kansas.
J. Herman shipped several carloads of
atwep from Collee Siding Saturday, ,
- TV BmII shipped a trainload of
cattle froui Coffee Siding Monday.
Judfte Hunter, former ostmater at
By-'ure ww in town Friday and informeu
lite editor that lie hud retired from" tin
,40ireniment service having (jrown rich
V. . V., U....J..
Goodsen Lucy had the misfortune
Thursday to have a steer fall uu hie
ankle arid sprain it. He was compelled
to limp for a few days but is now much
Mm. Lix-ia Coffee aa in the city
Tueaday. transacting bUHineas with our
Mis Mary Moravek left Saturday for
Lusk wliere sue expects to be employed
io lite hotel.
Mrs. O. Ward and children went to
Audrew Saturday uight for a visit with
Mrs. Chris Clnlsteoseii her sister.
A. MeGiniey sold 100 liead of cattle
to Mr. Sliiwonaud 21 head to Mr. Wright.
They were delivered Thursday.
Marsteller Bros, shipped a carload of
lumber, last week to Caiey Bros, wealt
hy ranchmen near lJougtas, Wyo.
Mrs. Lacy, arrived yesterday from la
to make a visit will) the Lucy's of our
The school horn is being painted this
wwk. Bartlett aud, Lindsey are the
County Commisoner Lewis and fiiniily
Mill iMiva m.zt week for a visit to the
Huffalo Exposition aod with relatives in
O.O. Buck, Birri, Ark., says: I was
truti oM with constiKUin until I bought
l)e Wilt's Littlt Early Risers. Since than
have been entirely cured of my old com
plaint, , I . reccomeod them. J. E
It is reported by persons from the
north side of the county that Mike
O'Connel and Geo. Ash ton on Indian
creek were arrested last week in South
Dakota, chained with stealing sheep.
l"1 rOIIl vnu
Ilow M. A. C. we will not wai for
Zekiel to crow first this time. We have
no sweet corn in our garden 0r (,e
chintz bugs took it all. but we have been
(easting on melons aod cucumbers for
two weeks. We have just net out three
hundred strawberry plants, and shall
put out at least seven hundered more, as
chintz bugs do not thrive onxtrawberries
we shall expect a light crop next year.
We hail two inches of rain the 3lh
and a nice shower yesterday. Late com
is doing line. With our rain the 13lh we
had an "awfully grand" electrical dis-
Co. Attornty O'Coimel is engaged this play also. The lightning struck posts,
week lu looking after his interests on the telegraph poles, and trees but no damage
ranch and Co. Treasurer Series 1 is
attending to the oflice duties and '-batch
ing'' in town.
I'rof. Roberts returned from her home
at Uskaioosa la., last Friday and s.'le
says this is the greeuest looking country
This is a gowd time to be thinking she has seen. Not rain enough at her
about your winter supply of clothing, home since the middle of June io lay the
L. Gurhich received this week a con- dust and wells are dry and hard to gel
sigmuvul of California clothiug which it water evu by digging deep.
will pay you to exaiuitie.
We took a twenty mile trip to the
north east lust Saturday iiiuruing relum
ing Sunday. In passing llirough Chirks
we came upon the ruius of a big lire
which had burued Several business
Deidrick Nelson of Glen was in the
city yesterday enjoying the benefits de
rived from our merchants. Wnile here
he made a pleasant call on the nuw editor houses. Origiou of tire unkuoivn.
and made himself aciiuaiuled which we
in vv voi ri n hz. v
We hasten to :ofiraPnlata Mr. and
Mrs, Csiwrn on the arriviil of the young
typo at their homo in Idaho.
Andrew Christian had trouble with
his pump and had to pull it three times
the first of the week. The trouble was
caused bv sand getting ii. to the cylinder.
Ye scrilw was helpiugChrisChrihtenseu
make hay last week.
Some two weeks ago as -Oscar Boyles
was riding oim of J. J. JCiiinHrumeii's
horses it fell and broke one of its )pgs
just aoove ie knee, and had to be shot.
Mr. ZumDruiineii had a narrow escape
from being killvd a short time ago. In
rying to stop a runaway team he was
thrown onto the end of th buggy tongue
and carried through a wire fence. He
wwS bruised up coiMiderably mid his
lot ties were lorn into shreds.
No, M. A. 0. Z)kiel hasn't the time to
crow over Mr. II. ills corn; besides thin is
no corn country, as we are too elevated
to raise any except the kind that grows
on the toes. Why, bless vou, we just
had our first inews ol green peas the
other day. Along about Thanksgiving
we can expect coi n.
Haying is a big business in this count
ry. We parsed several wg hay ranches
besides tliose owned by 1L T. rtoward,
Mrs. S. II. Allport, Johuston, pa, I His cattle ind hay rauclnu are scattered
Hnysr'Our little irirl aliuot uLraiu'iail k. allover the country aud Ins buildings
death wilh croup. The docters said lm on them are Very Una,
coulden't live but she was instantly 1
iieveuoyuue Minute Cou;;! Curs. J.
In some unexplaiiuhle manner, Tlie
PiiiiKS-JoVRxL. r ported last week that
J. Andorson and Thos. B II shipped a car
IojwI of cattle tilo previous Sunday, Of
course anybody would know that we
meant tram load.
k M'ss Mabel Raum, daughter of Sioux
Counties effectent and popular County
Clork, arrived Friday for a visit with her
father and relsi'tied Saturday evening.
F. Force was in the city Saturday.
Mr. Hunter od wife of Omaha are visit
ing at Uteir houi. Mrs. Hunter b cou
teioplatmg buying the Force ranch.
If the action ol your bowels is not easy
and regular serioux complications must
t. lim hail reitult. DeWitt's Little
Eirly Risers will remove this danger.
Kufe, pleasiaut and effective. J, E. l'hin
A trainioad of cattle left Harrison
Saturday ufternoon. The following
were the shippers and the number of inr
oads each Rhipd. O. Story, 2; W. Cole.
I; Geo. Turner, 2; F. Curne, 2; J. Her
We are very, glad to know that so
many of tho'girls of Sioux County that
we are very much interested in, are ex
pectmg to attend Chadroil Academy
Make the best of your opportunities girl,
Wllen you m.ijuireau education, you gel
something you will not loose, even if
the banks fail or buikhn,' buru dowu or
Hoods cover the land. Prepare for your
life vork then when opportunities come
you will be prepared. Clio.
.'entral City, Nebr. 819 1901.
In cases of cough or croup give the! The troops of this comniand were paid
tthvune One Minute Cough Cere, Then off of ",e 8 int. and a htrge numbs? uf(
rest easv and have 110 fear. The child I l'm boys spent an enjoyable tune at the
will he alt right in a little while. U Ice C.-e 111 Social given at the Post Am
never fails. Pleasant to Ink, .lu,,., museinent Hall under the auspices of
f, sure and almost inslantaueous in t.'" Catholic thurch on the same date
effect. J. E. Phmnev. . It is rumored that xome of the boys fail
ed to gej their money's worth.
..c" wnk t..r. ...
6. on the 12 til on a practice, march and re
St. Anthony. Idaho, ,
Aug. 12, 1U01.
Before wc left our old home and
friends in Sioux County, I made a num
ber of prouiices to various ones, both
in Harrison and through the country,
also Ziekel that at a proper time I would
send to the Prkkk JoiiIOIaI., a descriptive
letter of our trip to this country and
also my views relative Io the future ol
Norht-eust Idaho, and more esjiecially
Fremont County and its metropolis, St.
Anthony. Well, to begin with we went
aboard the ox-press ut Harrison about 25
minutes of 12 o'clock the 29t.li day of
July, aud sailed along at a rnpid rale,
i. e. as fast as a F. E. & M. V. train can
Co, without another incident until we
readied Chug water station on the Colo.
Southern R. R. where we laid over about
one hour and a half until the road bed
hadjepaircd so the big and little guns
could b transported to Cheyenne, as
lliere had ljen a washout 4 days before,
our train being the first over the roap
since that tune. After reaching the
place where the road had been washed
out and repaired the engine hail left the
Prompt attention given to all legal
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, and before the United State
Fire Insurance written in reliablf
t2"Leg:il papers carefully drawn.
M. J. O'Coimell, - -
Will l'rartlcw io All Courts.
Special Attention tiiveu to Land Of.
Collections and all business entrust
ed to nil; will rewire prompt attention.
HximiKow - Nebraska.
J. E. PUIXNEY. M. 1).
I'liyixcian and Surgeon.
All calls piyen proinpt attention.
. Offlce in ruif titure.
A Inindof about 900 sheep belonging track and a delay of another hour wu
According to theCommisoners proceed- "-"rued 011 t' 1M ullhough they tolter-
ings pubhlil in last weeks issue the
jury drawn was for the April 1SI02 t.rm
of court. This should have been Sk-pt.
iJOl term of conrt.
U. II. Newlin and family of Pleasant
Kidge was in the city Monday and Tues
day. Tlw editor acknowledges a pleas
anl visit Mth Mr. Newlin.' '
The bank examioer was looking over
books of lite Commercial Bank of
Hurrison Friday. Everything wasfound
111 4rst claiss condition,
B. F. Hummel, proprietor of the hotel
at Lusk, Wyo. was paHsenger on the
east bound Elk horn tram Tuesday oight
uud stopied off in the city.
James W hite, BryanUville, Ind., says
Le Will's Witch Uaiel Salve healed run
ouik sores on both leg. He had suffered
years. Doctor failed to help him.
Get DeWitts. Accept no imitations, J
ed along beneath a blazing sun they
nevertheless reportd an enjoyuple trip,
wtitcli was under th command of their
1st Sergeant Herbert Turner.
The target range under the immediate
chaige of Ordnance Ssrgeaot Rose, U. S-
Army wus put in order for practise and
A deal was completed this week wlwre
by Jolin Anderson and comimnv liecjime . , , , .t , ,1
. , ""l- u'.v oeuime lately arrived troops of Cavalry will
flip rwtu(ua nr A(fi r t I L l 1 J
.... , , , wrai wnicn !.,.. ,..,U ,.,. ,... ,,
" ' " Bler"e. U IOlI. inst.
to John Herman passed through here on
their way to Harrison, Oil las! Friday.
Frank Currieand a man from Atlantic
Iow, were interviewing the cattlemen
on the Ridge last Wednesday.
Harvest is being pushed rapidly along
now, and several have llieir wheat in
Miss Florence t hrislinn has been n-
gngd to teai h the east school in our
district, for the winter,
Miss Amy Christian closed a three
months -school in tin west school house
on lant Friday. blie has given good
satisfaction and we would be pleased to
have her -teach the winter term there
but understood that she has engaged a
school in No. 4.
Through the courtesy of Hon. Mon-
dell U, C. we recieved the year book
for 1900. It is finely illuslriated and
continues much valuable information.
It is well worth anyoues while to read
and pL-escrve the year books sent out by
the government, as they contain infor
mation gained by actual experience.
While at the post office one day last
week we were shuvu a monstrosity -in
the form of a fe'iten brought there fot
observation by Harry Franober. The kil
leu had a head or heads, divided from the
top down. It consisted of two noses,
two mouths, two chins, and four eyes,
but had only two ears. The seperation
or double of the head, began at the top
just above the eyes. The two inside or
center eyes being placed very close to
jrether. The noses, mouths, and chins
were' well developed and dislinctly
separalied. When found by Mr. Franch
erit was" dead but h;ul evidently been
born alive. The body was well develop
eJ and tot out of the natural order.
War Bonnet precinct. The consideration
was $ 1,500.
The department Inspector General
Capt. J. R. Erwin, 4th Cav'y, arrived at
the post on the 17tli lust and immediate-
Eruptions, cuts, burns, scalds and sores lv pfoceded to execut' the duties of Ins
of all kinds quickly healed by DeWitt's ollice. He will leave sometime during
Witch Hazel Salve. Certain enre for the present week.
piles. Beware of counterfeits. Be sura Serjeant aud Mrs. Rose in company
yon get the original De Wilt's J. E with a few congenial friends went out
Matters perUining to the Haines estate
were settled this wrek and L. Banks
Wilson buys Uw property. Consideration
Hon. C. F. Coffee came in on yester
day train and went out to the ranch
preparatory to shipping some cattle the
last of the week.
Chief Clerk Davis, was seen cleaning
t' e windows of Marsteller Bros, store
yesterday. He stated positively that
this was not an indication of a wedding.
The Prkhs-Joukvai, will watch the case
L. J. Ebert. living in the northent cor
tier of Sioux County was a nurrison
visitor Thursday. While in the cily he
rrnide a pleasant call on the PftEH3-Jom-KAfc
man. We are nlwavs pleased to
have Harrison visitors call at these head
Do you need a newsuit for the Boj ? If
o commit your heel Int rent by calling
at Bar tell'. Another invoice just re
ceived and will be sold Right. Come and
Your for business. J. H, Burtell.
Jan. Nolan, one of the PitBW Jot rnal
sifWnbeni was in Harrison, Thursday
transacting business with our merchants
Mr. Nolan slopped in for a talk wilh the
eoWrand locidently left the Impression
Matt considered that it paid him well
tff) to Harrison and deal with ImjO'
at iiiin'Mi men.
The editor was entertained at the home
of the B'lUrrel'sSaliirdny night and Sun
dny. Now it would lie athogether imposs
ible to tell what a good time he enjoyed
but it is sufficient to mention where he
was and everyone will know that he had
a royal good time and left Sunday even
in with many regrets that tlie time was
cut so short.
The daily papers say that it has pract
unity been decided to build a rftad from
Minnraxli and St, Paul to Dead wood
and from thero connect with Denver via
Orin Junction. This should mean much
better connection for this auction of the
Vorth went. TiM rood will be2t5 mil
on a oicnic not long since aud returned
jovial and jolly reporting a high lime.
We regret to learu that some of the
Cavalry boys after recieving the dough
for tiie mouth of July, considered the
same as a furlough aud took advantage
thereof. (French Leave.)
The new Post-Mistress Mrs. Habbeger
has been installed.
Although today being Surfday the In
speclor Geuerat busied himself persuing
the records etc. pertaining to the Sub-
stilence and(jr. Mr. Di pi's and we learo
lias expressed hi high appreciation ol
Mrs. Douthett of Crawford was the
guest of Mrs. Rose on the 17th iiml.
We regret to learn Corporal Jock's
(edal extremeliurt have become impaired
which was due to long and laborious
march participated in by his company.
We tender him our increasing sympathy
wishing him a speedy recovery.
Mr. Black, her daughter Lora and the
little baby boy left for their home in
North-Loup on Hie 18th inst. Mr. Black
hi yet a resident of the post having been
employed us it Chief Carpenter. Their
daughter Miss lleorgie left the post for
the name place on the 8th inst.
A Remarkable Octogenarian
Although eighty-two years old this
summer, Mrs. U. P? VanCleve, ''the
lirst white baby born in the North west"
is stilt vigorous of mind and actively in
tt rested in the world's affairs. Shi
lives in Minneapolis, Minn, Her lifeloog
story, as told in The Ladies' Home
Journal for August, is a picturesque and
exciting one. Born at Ft. Crawford,
Wisconsin, on July 1, lyi'J, the daugli
encountered," besides all passengers were
ordered to unload and walk over the
dangerous new fill around a curve along
the river bank about 00 yds. The track
moved iu toward the river two or three
inches. After the wrecking train, which
was within whistling distance of us had
come and assisted to putting our engine
outo tiie track, we promled to Cheyenne
where va were oblidged to layover until
the next morning. After our start from
there on our journey nothing took place
worthy of note instead tieing on
the road 36 hours it took 40, to Idaho
Fulls where we visited two days before
concluding our journey to our new home
I St. Anthony. Well, we arrived here one
week iigo Friday, last, and found every
thing about as we expected.
Well I took churgo of my business
venture Aug. 5th and to say the very
least it has been keeping the writer
wonderfully busy getting out my first
aud looking af ter a very young edito r
who came and took up his abode with us
about 0 o'clock a- tu., on press day and
who will probably taki charge of the
business here in about 21 years. Thus
we have added very materially to the
population of this city. We think -we
ha v done as well for Idaho as Charley
Beilile's folkes done for California, see?
Ha! ha! ha! ha! ha! we can't help but
laugh. Now the population of St. Antli
ony is close to 1,000, may be more; there
is 5 or 6 general stores one clothing and
;ents furnishing store. 3 blacksmith
shops, 2 drug stores, 3 hotels, 2 restuar-
ants, 1 plaining mill, 7 or 8 attornies,
3 doctors, (regulars), 2 churches, Presby
terian and MoUiodist besides a Mormon
organization. There are 875 school child
ren in tli j city, 3 livery stables, 1 wool
house, 1 elevator, 1 department store,
3 saloons urd other sporting resorts etc.
etc. etc. There is an opera house here,
a brewary and other contemplating enter
prises that will surely come to our town,
which I believe is destined to make a city
secoud to none in the state, Boise City
not accepted. The new school house
here when completed would be a credit
to a city like Cheyenne and the architec-
ural work on the building is very beauti
ful and of course, it will be an induce
ment to out aiders to come here and
ocale, it for no other reoson than to
educate their children. I wish a lot of
is. item we it,.
Lunilicr, Harness, Saddles,
Grain and Feed, Doors
and Window, Heavy Hardware.
Sliei ifTs Sale.
liy virtue of ml oriler of sale isvued by the
clerlt of the district court of Stoux County
Nebraska, and to me directed, upon adeetoe
riKred in mll court in favor of tiie eouu.
ty of .Sum us plslntiff and -aguliistt Clin,
ton itz, Mrs. t;ilrifoii Muti lii wife wiioae
true Christian name Is unknown toplaiutitr,
Marie C. Dorringtou. -
I will on tiie 2Cth (lay of August 1901, stone
o'clock in the ufternoon of sslil dny, at Hie
i-ast front doer of the court House of said
county, at Harrinon, J.'tbrak, veil ut pnb
lic auction to tho highest biddvr tor cash in
hand, lue i'oliovrinif dewribed real estate
situated In sstd county, to wit:
The North east qusrter of section tweaty
live in township tlilrty-thee north of Itange
fifty-three west of 8th principal meridian.
to satisfy said order of sale lu the sum ot
Thirty-two dollars, aeventy-flve cents and
ceals and accruing costs.
Dated July the 24, l'JOi,
Notice For Presentation Of Claims
IS THE COUNT V COURT OK SIOUX COU.V
TV, st: MUSK i.
f" tu the matter of the Estate of wd, J. J.
Vi'ltt, deceased, '
Notice is Rlvfln to all persons having claim
or demands against Fred J. J. Witt, Into of
Sioux Comity, deceased, that the time fixed
lor filing claims Rjrainst said estate is six
months from the 9th day of August 1901, nil
persons having such clnimes are required It
present the same with the vouchers thuv
for, to the Comity Jurtso of said Comity, nt
his office therein on or belere the 9th day of
eluuary 19U2, and claiines so flled will be
card on the flrnt Monday la September Itwl
and thereafter on the first day of eacit n1-
gnlnr term of said court during the time
limited for filing claims ns aforesaid.
John H. Bartell,
I.li tl nil. ..nilluli .i-iiiii ..HI, ml. nwA . Itn I
v.. . lne Sioux County peoplecould see this
wiuow oi another, sne passed inroutrii , . ... ., . , ,
country, it would open their eyes. Well
all the trials, hardships aod adventures . . , ,
, .... , ,., ., , 1 1 must close my long letter may send
i . , , . A I another letter later od. One tinner more
tier, anu aunouirn nas peui most on ... . . . . ...
" . 1 I hare seen wheat here that will turn
' I mil. 4ll nil. tn tlia tWfH All Imnirk t SAho
are not so kooJ as usual on ac'ct of the
late frost, the fruit crop was badly dam
weed by the late frosts, plenty of Alfal
fa and timothy here, can get wood for
3. per load delivered. Good bye for
this time. Geo. Bia Gun.
have still I ten of a varied and unusual
character. Her golden wedding anniver
sary was celebrated more than fifteen
Mr. Kircheand several gentlemen from
Indian Creek felt last night for
Chudron where they will appear as wit-
neaaes for the defense in the perliminary
hearing of John Herman which h held
There will be a dance given at Andrews
llall Friday night Sept. 6. Good music
will be furnished and a good time enjoy
ed. All are invited.
The First Rattler.
By virtue of an order of sale issued by the
at one o'cleck in the afternooa of said dsf
Clerk of the District Court of Sioex County,
Nebraska, and te me directed, upon n decree
r.niler.-il in said court In favor of the coun
ty of Sioux as plaintiff and asralnst Kr. Mil-
ner, Mrs. Er. Milner, uis wiie wuow un
christian name is unknown to plaintiff.
Western rami Mortgage Company, nancy
A. Plumb and J. I-ewis Browne, assignee
Western Farm Mortgage company.
j win on the 2Sth day of August nun,
at tho east front door oi me cum. -
suidcounty, at Harrison, neorwaa.
public auction to thehigheiH Diunerior
in hand, the following acsvnoeu v..
sltuiitod in said county, to-wlt:
The north east quart-jr of section ten la
township thirty-lour norm of range llfty
fonr west Cth principal uierldinn.
To satisfy said order of saleiu tho sum of
Seventy dollars and sixty cents and cost.,
and seeming cots.
Dated July 14 th, 1001,
fly virtno of sii order of ante Issued by the
clerk of the distlrlct Court of Sioux County
Nebraska, ana to ins directed, nuan a iin.
While riding to the Uourret ranch last creo rendered by said Court in favor of tho
Saturday incompany with Misses Gertrude K'ounty of Slom ns plaintiff and against
and Katy Uourret the editor had his lirst 1 , , V "; "naant.
. ... ... , I I will, oil the iiaii day of August, 1901 at on
epe. i.nce w.ui a raiuesnaKe. it seem- .ci(K.k ln tlle nflsrl)oon of ..y, nt tlle
en a very serious occasion but the young east front door of the court house of said
ladies insisted that it was funny to He I 'Qxluyt ftt Harrison, Nebriinkti, poll at pub
Hid tenderfoot editor carefully stepping !lc to u,e M" b'''" r rr ah in
, . . ... ".. s. "and the following described real estates!!
... ...,...a u.v,..u. ine repine coneu nat0, i HH((1 ,otinty, to-lt;
and realty to strike. It is said by people The south weitiinarter of section thirty
who understand these creature that tWB,l,l tlilriy.iive north, of range titty
thevcanonlv l.imr. a rll-in o, west of the dlli principal meridian in
' r I ' I .llhl.l t If. l i.ht nf u.n.. r I .
their length but not being used to them ,.ul ,. ()f ,.-, .. wv...,.
me euiturunin I trust minseil tlml close tral Hallway uomniinv.
nut made his observations and threw the 10 Mtiry "id writer of sale in tliu sum of
rope at a distance of about 'steen feet. r,,rtT u"'" "'! "K''ty live cents and
H... Ail ...,K ri ... . "'"... ruing cosu.
v,n. , 11M,UBr, ami win i Dated July Sltli, HOI
no longer go creeping tnrougli the grass Alex UiWHr,
to see who he can devour sonubodv un. I " h -h . sheriff.
My rlrtiio ot en order of sale Issued by the
clerk of the IMslrlrt turt ol WoexCounty
Nebraska, and to me directed, npon adeeree
rendered In said court In favor of the comi
ty of Slonx a plaintiff and against Jiewm.ni
C. Hutching.. Mrs. Sewmau C. Hatchings,
christian name unknown, to plaintiff, West
ern Kami Mortgage Coiiipnny.aeorpori.i:.- ,
and J. 1 Brown, aslgnee Western K..nu,
Mortgage Coiiipanv aud trustee, as di-t- n
1 will on the !th day of August IMM, at "
o'clock In the afternoon of said day, .it Hi
east front door of the court hoii ' s.iid
county, at Harrison, Mebraeka, aril el pu -lie
auction to the highest bidder fo- i-.ov
In hand, the following neaori""-' - -
minted In said county, to win
The south half of the nortb w,-.t ,piar.r
aud the west half of the south --t 1 ' h"
of .ectlon thirty three in tow .id. p
two, north of range Ofty-threo ki
TotIfy aldorderof aalelnUie win. -y
i evenly flw lol1iir and re mm
i i,t and accruing eoaU.
liaUxl Julry". IU
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