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HABBISQIT, ITBBBASKA, TI-SZTTIRSIDjk.-, JLTJG-TJST 21. 1902. IN O. &
Remember the Omaha, dentist dales.
The county Board was ia session this
John Mack was up from Bodarc last
Pete Allison was ou our streets last
was up from Crawford
Wm. Martin was
Rev. Youngman went to Hemingford
J, W. Hunter made a trip to the Hot
Springs last week.
KoK Sale: House with four rooms;
Inquire at this office.
John Herman from Eckard South Dak.
was in town Tuesday.
Mrs. J. T. Fitzgerald is visiting with
her father this .veek.
J. h. Porter of i n.ii' fori wm on our
street last Wednesday. ,
John Hansoi made a pleasant call at
our sanctum last Monday.
yc. F. Coffee shipped a train loud
cattle to Omaha Sunday.
W. O. Patterson niade a business
to Crawford Uie first of the week.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock; every-
laxly mvited. W. H. Davis; Supt.
iMrt. W. H. Davii returned home Mon
day, after a visit to friends in the east
. Just received: A new consignment of
aim and boys clothing at OEULACHS.
CVtrle New man lias bouRht the reci-
dence property owued by Mrs. S. C. I).
Jiohn Dieckmann started for Chicago
Sunday. He expects to be nms about a
(leorne Dieckmano was shaking hands
with his many friends in Harrison last
Miss Grace E. Myers commenced a
three ruoDtlis torm of Bcliool in district
No. 81 Monday.
More and better goods for the same
money at Uerlach's tore than any other
place, try them. 10-tf
Fur Kai.K:-100 acres of land joining the
village of Harrison; for further partic
ulars inquire at this office. ''
Mm. James Nolan was ft Harrison
visitor Monday and Miss Beasie Pomeroy
., ,,1 i visit wilhherfor a while.
11. uritKora Dmnhn dentist will be
t the Commercial Hotel Aug. 25-26.
He hira and have your work done by an
Mini Lillie Zimmerman wont on the
east bound train to Ft. Robinson last
Haturday evening, where she goei
visit with friends for a-while.
Dick and Emmet Jordan started to
North iMkoU on the passenger last
Saturday evening, where they will work
u the harvest Heidi of that dtate.
I am now prepared to weave curcli.
J cts. for tut and miss and 12 J for
tripped. Warp furnished nt cist.
Mr. J. A. TlUYFJt, 80 tf
If Vou want a snap in Lndicsand ciuiu
rent shoes go to (iV.ULACll'S where you
can buy them cheaper than in any
...lernritv. They now have a large
Ye scribe and Prof, I'urviance took
drive down Ut John Anderson's ranch,
commonly known as tl old 33, and as it
has been several Vr" '"' w're
I,, the men with the hammer
the plane have made quiet a change and
especially U) what It was 16 year (ro
lien we lirst knew
tli ranch. John
brighten things up though wliereever
Torn limes subscribed for the Press
Jourual for his friend, George Fitzgerald
it Highland, Wisconsin". Tuhflaiows "aT
good thing when he (teen it and he wants
Ins friends to see it too. Hurrah for
yH. V. Moore was in town las', Tuesday
and took out injunction papers restrain
ing Loren.o Snow from rutting hay on
what he claims to he his land. Sheriff
Ixiwry deputized Frank Moore to serve
Notice to Tx Payerf
All personal tax that is due must be
paid at once or I shall proceed to collect
the sa.ie by law.
John I. Jhtvis,
Charles Orewell of Hewitt, this county
has purchased the ranch and atock from
Charlas Newman this week. This addit
ion to Mr. (ire wall's former ranch makes
his ranch one of the most valuable
ranches in the county. Success to Mr.
VJohn Mosley was in from Hound To
last Monday and ho said he opened 11
gates from his place to Harrison. We
think it is time the people from that part
of the county should have a road torome
to the county seat without having to
spend all their time opening gates.
Order your Blackleg Vaccine from Ir.
Ilea. Itismade in New York. The Vac
cine is pure, and is effective in its results.
It will lie snot immediately by return
mail. A handsome nickel plated injector
is sent 'ree with every order of 1U doses
or more. See his advertisement in this
Martin Carroll and Mis Maggie Hunter
were Married last Tuesday at the home
of the brides father. Judge liartell offi
ciating. The young couple have a host
of friends, who will wish them a long
and happv life. The Press-Journal ex-
lends bent tt ixbes,
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Smith, we are
sorry to say have wen rjnite sick for
some time but are glad to say at this
writing Mrs. Smith is some better. Mr
Smith is troubled with his old complaint
that has caused him a great den! of pain
and suffering in years past, we hope for
the speedy recovery of both Mr. and Mm.
Charles Newman from Hewitt li
purchased the Hester proet ty and huni-
ness in Harrison. Mr. Newman will tak
charge of the business the first of S p-
lemtier, and no doubt the new linn will
receive the large trade that Mr. Hester
has had since he has been in business in
Harrison. Charlie is well known through
out the country and stands first for
honesty aud integrity. Th Press
Journal wishes Mr. Newman success in
his new undertaking.
Mrs. Daut and little Irva visiter! with
Grandma Zimmerman last week.
All the young folks enjoyed a good
dinner at Mrs. Sanford Hill's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Thayer were pleas
ant visitor at Wm. Miller's after Sunday
school lant Sunday.
Frank Coffee accompanied Mr. Miller
to Harrison last Wednesday nnd took the
evening train for Children.
As we write we presume the wedding
bells are ringing in the mibiirlw of Harri
son, but their -.lilvery tinkle reach even
to the valley.
li.Xick Hchaefer Inst week cut John
Coffee's oats and wheat, which turned
out fairly well and John exjiects to have
unite a threshing.
4K. M. Hall received word that his
mother was very sick at her home nt Ft.
Robinson, and with his family drov
on Sunday to see her.
Two of John Coffee's hay hands have
gone to the Running-water ranch to help
in the haying there. So John and Sam
are Inching aloe now and running the
.stnhlii(hment on Euroan style.
-V have to renort the loss of two
more residents of t!:e valley, as Henry
Ik.flck and John Hibbelll with their
families left on Friday in Prairie Sehoon
ers. traveling north. We did not learn
itheir intended destination.
Mr. Henry Zimmerman is still feeling
the fleets of a bad fall which he ex
perienctd one day the first of Inst week
while stacking xmi n for Matt Hall. He
fell from the top of the stack striking
upon his back. It is fortunate he was
; not more seriously injured, as 11 is ne is
Bert JLirtin the popular Barytone will
be here in about 2 weeks and will present
Kdison'a marvelous moving pictures, 500
subjects embracing both comic instruct
ive pictures. Following are a few of the
songs whicfi are beautifully illustrated
and sung: Sunny Tenessce, Never liked
a-Niggex with a Beard. You can keep
your Sour Apple, and 28 oilier. Tne
beautiful fairy story of Red Riding Hood
wi'l be illustrated uml 12 other inuiort-
ant views. The Concert is all O. K. and
not to be confounded; Let everyone come.
A YOUN'O LADY'S LIFE SAVED.
At Panama, Colombia, by Chamber.
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
iJr. ( has. H. Utter, a prominent phy
sician, of Panama, Columbia, in a recent
letter stales: "Last March I hud as a
patient a young lady sixteen years of
age, who had a very bud attack of dy
senterv. Everything I prescribed for
her prove-' ineffectual and she was grow
ing worse every hour. Iter parents were
sure she would die She had become so
weak that she could not turn over in bed. j
What to do at this critical moment was !
a ut.nte for m hot. f thought ,,f Cham-
bet-Iain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy and as a last resort prescribed
it. The most wonderful result was
effected. Within ii'it hours she was
feeling much tietter; iiuide of thre days
she was upon her feet and at the end of
one week was entirely well." For sale
by J. E. Phinney.
T n h i 1 ri rr V i
IJoyles Bros, are drilling a well lor J.
Charles I'hristinn is attending Institute
in ltouglan this week.
The weather has lieen dry nnd hot for
the last two or three wuukrt.
Harvest will begin on the Rii'ge this
week as a few llelils will be ready for the
W. Rood of Lusk was on the Ifidf.'e
-flcr a load of wheat and oats n, few
Carl Whitman was up from the Jake
Mill ranch, after a load of outs, one day
last week, ;
ly Wilson proved up on his home
stead just across the line in N'ebr. on
I). M. Sutton of Harrison proved up on
his homestead in the south end of the
settlement on last Friday.
Every one is busy haying and hands
are ill deinvnd. Ono man is offering- fl.
Tj0 per day.
S. Holterfield sold'his fat. cattle to I).
M. Sutton, who shipped them 011 last
We understand that Nate fietiel hits
the contract of putting up W. ft. Smith's
residence in Harrison.
We are greatly interested in Mrs.
Emma Rice's letters and hope that she
will tell us more of tnat country.
George Davis, who is living in John
Sutton h house, went to Iince creek and
the Cheyenne river this week to look
lfter his cattle there.
Francis leuel accompanied by his
father Z. G. Deuel started over land for
("asper the first of the week to get a team
harness and wagon which Francis left
there when he came home sick last May.
Sheriff MoDermott was out to the
south end of our settlement some two
weeks ago and arrested Stewart Sides on
the charge of driving infected cattle
across the state line from Nebraska,
I lu was taken to Doiigl is mid after a
day'scoiillnemenl in the county jail gave
the required $'.1,000 bail. Several differ
ent crimes are laid at his door, but thern
is no substantial proof ugamst him for
any except violating the law in regard
to bringing cattle from Nebraska with
out having them inspected. Stewart
seems to have more trouble than usually
falls to the lot of our citizens, but then
he brings it about himself.
We hear tha' on last Friday as George
Walker rode iuto his stable on the Ander
:xin ranch near the V. T, Springs he saw
a coyote lying on the hay, fast asleep.
Perhaps it had attended the dance in
Harrison the night liefore and was dream
lug of pretty w-hool mums. At any rale
tke coyote was safe in the nnns of
Morpheus and (h-orge noticing it's con
dition thought to wnken it by gently
tickling it w ith ft pitchfork. Thechance
being too tempting George perforated it
with the fork pinning it to the ground
when the cries of the coyote mingled
with George's hilarioiisness attracted the
attention of Rollle Christian who came
upon the scene in time to help finish the
career of Mr. Coyote. George is still
laughing about the way he surprised n
Dr.REA'S BLACKLEG VACCINE
r w y
One Sirtpl Plated
10 d.M, .m
M. " ,?!!!!
' ' j,ut
Write for 3-pa:e tre.it Ise
on lllacklcii. It is free.
The test physic Chand)erlain's Stom-a-
h and Liver Tablets. Easy to take.
Pleasant in effect. For bale by J. E.
A li tter from Mr. Rice reminds us that
I he has not seen any Carey Items in the
Press-Journal of late. True "Timothy
has been very neglectful in reparUi late
iv. If Items were as
coyotes are in the valley you would hear
no such complaint.
Harvest i about over, six binders have
been kept busy. Tin ee of t hem bought
new this season. If you want to see
some line crops come to Cottonwood.
Tilings ook'--d'pret.tv shocky litre for a
while now it logins '( l"k stacky.
Little Freddie Ixyd wasquite sick with
i-holera Infantum, about a week ago, Dr.
Hart -veil ':i 'ailed in attaiaience. The
little fellow is much ls-tter now.
m. ' ,w!iv.. is at. ii niie from Oiad-
ron, visi'.mg ber parents for a couple of
weeks. Shu i accompanied by her friend
The Misses Lydia and Phoebe Beans
and Estella Holly of Crawford visited
with fiends on Cottonwood over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. llartly Kaxton are the
happv parents of a bouncing boy. Ail
concerned doing well.
Mrs. Amos Jacoby and children are
visl iug her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert
The genial face of John Dickey is seen
amorgus again. Herding sheep hasri I
changed him in the same old John; only
intended to stay a lew. da',s to visit, but
., ,,,:rl( to he (lone, thinks
be will stay a while enu neip ins om
A Procunier ships a car load of horses
10 St. Louis UPS Week,
Rev. Zimmerman filled his appoint
ment at the church Sunday. There were
12 in attendance.
R. C. Tally has taken the contract of
nishir.g the school house in District No.
i. He expects to .ompli.te the job this
Fred Bemoan is building a line house
for Carl M. Lux. invitations are out lor
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dance and beer drink when uie sa.., ,s
comideled. Of course Mr. and Mrs.
T.molby are both invneu.
Messrs. Arner.Kratz, and Howard each
purchased new buggies of an Iowa firm
a short time ago.
The Sioux County Institute closed last
Saturday. The teachers all took great
interest in their work and they all seem
ed well pleased with the progress and
...dvanorment ill their studies. There was
a number of eight grade pupils attended
from Harrison, and over the lltllry
and their work was highly commended
. 1 tui -iw.trirs. When
bv the o. rsupi. hiiu ins
the students from our so:
interest in education
Is show an
.... .. 1 1... i. i.iiia tancll.
in llio tuture we 11 10 in" n. ... ,
ersand better qualified to teach. At the
close of the institute the teachers offered
the following resolutions which were
Resolved, that we, the teachers of
Sioux county ir. institute assembled, ex
tend lo Supt. J. B. Burke, our sincere
and hearty thank for his uutiringeff'orts
in behalf of the educational interests of
the county in general, and especially for
these efforts in making this present
Institute so prollt.ible for each of us, and
so successful in it's general results.
Resolved farther, that we recognize in
Professors, Percy and W. K. Purvianoe,
instructors of exceptional abilities, and
desire thus to express our appreciation
of the labors they have expended in our
interest for our personal and profession
Resolved further, that we appreciate
the kind treatment and universal court
esy of the people of Harrison, who have
opened their homes for our entertain
ment and tin ve contributed so much to
make our stay here so pleasant:
Clarence Ritim, Ona M. Hid Iyer, Lilian
! E. Harris, Susie Tupper, Kslher Parsons,
and I lit tie O'Connor; CoMUITTOK.
absolutely rjtiarntitc-ed to protect yonr
cattle from UluvhU'g: Each pill of
YnwiMC is an exact d-mc; and vac
cination. Willi them is safe, sure and
My injector puts the pill under the
skin easily afrd auickiy. -lJy-orlwkii?
direct of me, you jet frtnh viuihu:
iimnediatelv bv return mail. Sent
fa1y prepaid on receipt of price.
SPECIAL OFFER: For a hort
time only 1 will mail one of my dollar
B.ckd hiU d in-yUira fr(?( wh h every
order tor lu (loses or more or jjiar-Kiecr
Vaccine. Not sold by druggists or dcalci'3.
No agents. Prepared and sold only by
220 EAST 32d STREET,
Li nCi NEW YORK CITY
( 3fM tt-'SH N EK VU ICEKDI Kl!.
Hiirrison Sioux Co., Nobr. Aug. IS, VMY!
The county commissioners met. s pel
adjournment. Present, commissioner!
M 'lig, Lewis. Bigelow. and Wiu. J. A.
The report, of the commissioners to
view and report on the valuation of a
county road commencing at SW 4
corner of Sec. 22, Twp. 31. Range ')!,
thence running eas-'t one hair on Section
Line between Sec. 22 and 27. The same
on motion is be and is vacated as re
commended by Comm. John Spray. Al
so the county road commencing at the
SW corner of Sec. 85, Twp :1, Range 53
and running thence north one mire
Section Line, 1 hence east one mile.
The I 1,
same be and hereby on motion is ordered
to he vacated and struck from th Road
Record. Thn road p-tnion of Martin
weneeiinn others was taken up, he.
same liemjr a consent petition, the .same
was on motion allowed.
The following f.l-.!m ...... ;..Li
I Cr iv. u 1 . 11 ... ,
w. ...... I..HV.H wj'.in-j uii Too! Mri aiioweo.
r red Penman Jf.'i 8.ri
bridge plank .
Leo He Bock lo.OO
labor on bridge and plank
J. K. Burke 52.00
Instil ute f und.
Alex Lowry 1.00
52 00 For
John Mosley appeared before the Board
and stated that the county commissioners
in I he year 1804 has! ordered his 1&H7
taxes stricken from the tax list as he had
no taxable properly in Sioux county
'that year. The commissioners alter
examining the records find such to he a
. matter of Record, ar.d on motion ordered
, the county clerk to strike said tax from
the 1887 lax list.
On motion the clerk is instructed and
he is hereby so ordered to draw a warrant
in favor of C. W. ( riles and W. H. Fan-
ning to satisfy a judgement obtained in
theDist. Court ugamst Sioux county
ill cembei' 5, 1001 for ftOO.OO and interest
at 7 per cent. Total .fll'.t.HO
On motion timed adjourned until Aug.
lit, 1!)02 at 8 oclock A. 31.
Wm. J. A, Raum,
Board of county commissioners met as
per adjournment. Present comminission
ers, Meng, Lewis, Bigelow, and Win. J,
A. Raum, clerk.
The follow ing claims against Sioux Co.
was taken up, audited und allowed.
Fremont Tribune fcl.l.tfS
labor on bridge.
C. O. Burke 85.51
printing and supplies,
J. B. Burke 60.25
services as Co. Supt.
J. H. Bartell 31.25
113 38 For
12 00 For
lahor on court house,
, Jo,m H(iriy g (,()
: Kggert Kohwer 23 50
plow, road district 12
1 H. I). Mead 24.f)0
Chas. L. Hibhort 30 00
George Itenham 12 00
L. R. Mote 14.00
F. B. Curly 75 78
George Benham 10.00
On motion Board adjourned until Aug.
20, 1002 at 8 o'clock A. M.
Wm. J. A. Raum.
County commissioners mst ns per ad
journment. Present commissioners Me
ng, Ipwis, Bigelow, ami clerk.
On motion the conn'.v Treasurer is in
structed to transfer balance in funds of
mad district No. 9 nnd collections for
said fund to special road district fund for
district No. 0.
On motion the county Treasurer is
instructed to tratisfernll funds in roiul
funds of yours previous to 1877 lo road
fund of that year.
motion the clerk is Instructed to draw a
warrant in the county road fund 107 in
favor of Chas. U, Grove for $31.00 in lieu
of road certificate on rond district No. D
and caused said certificate.
Etadlbe Press Journal.
M. J. OCoimell, - - C. Attcru.
Will Practice in All I'onrtn
Spet ial "Afifiitiflij Givfii tit Land GC
ridlectiuux and all hHslnesn entrust-'
ed(oi:ienill receive in'ompt atlculMi.
Jlil'.RTSOJI - NlMtASKA.-
J. E. rillNXEY. M. J).
Phyiscian and SertreoH.
All cull given prompt attention
Ollice in Ih'ng Store.
-HAI.'KIHON - SKIJLtASKA.
Prompt attention given to all leesi
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, and before the United State
Fire Insurance written in reliablf
2TLegal papers carefully drawn.
HAiits:oN, - Nebraska.
E. M. V. U. It. is the bo
to and from the
DliAinVOOll AN1 HOT Sl'lllNUS.
F. E. A M. V R. it. I line table.
Uolnir Going Eas' ,
No. 5, mix 'A, iO :!H I No. o, mixed...
PEER of all
5 ft. Cigars.
All lovers of a good cigar
are invited to try,
DAN SULLY Cigar.
L. li. Bigelow; Sale Agent
DAN SULLY cigars.
A paper down in sand hills says; "Bill
Damn's daughter Grayce has Rcarletilia.
and the whole Damn family is quarantin
ed. "Alliance Herald
John and Tom Hines were in fromi
Boggy last Monday. Tom and John nre
alw ays jolly and well might they be for'
they have plenty of this world's pood1
and that means a great deal in the battles
in this old world of ours.
The claim of Dr. J. E. Phinney for pro
fessioniil services and fumigating homes
of small-pox patients was allowed $35. 00'
David Bartlelt having the lowest bid'
filed to do the painting on the Court
house as advertised. On motion Davirtl
Bartlctt is hereby allowed said contract,
for the sum of $300.00
JensC. Menjf flH.25 f1.25
L. O. Lewis 10.05 10. Oil
E. A. Bigelow 0 .-) o.on
- On motion Board adjourned Bine Di.
Wiu, J. A. Raum.
M. A. C,
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