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Harrison Press -Journal
VOL. XVI. BCLXISOIsr, NEBRASKA., THITR3DAY, SEPTEMBER ,17 19Q3,
LOCAL NEWS OF
Dr. T. II. Spindlo, the Crawford dentist.
Remember, tomorrow night, J. Frank
Jack Mettlen and wife were in from
their ranch on Runningwater yestei-day
Ed O'Conner has moved his barber
hop into a room in the Oerlacirbuilding.
Hupt. Parsons astride of hist cayuse
went eastward this morning; so school
maroiK look oul.
One 3 inch Bain wagon for sale. In
quire at thil office.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Christian were
down from the Ridge Sunday and attend
ed the evening services.
( hat Uniti in from his ranch
Tuesday. Chat always has a joke
whether It snows or not.
Baby Newlin, we are sarry to say in
quit sick, and the conditions are unchan
ged na to the ast few days.
Oene W.dheler's familiar form was
seen on our streets last Tuesday. Gene,
is liting on Ins ranch iu the Hat ..'reek
HERE AND THEREf
The undersigned will sell the following
descrilied property in Harrison, Nebr. at
the Livery Barn, on Saturday, 8ept. 26,
1003. at 1 o'clock P M.
6 cows and calves
1 dry cow
2 2 year old heifers
4 yearling heifers
10 yearling steers
C 2 year old steers
2 saddle horses
1 Wagon and harness
2 heating stoves
Household goods and other articles to
numerous to mention. TERMS: Six
months time with bankable note bearing
10 er cent interest.
Jessb f IhawtouI); Auctioneer.
J. Frank Fouche, come.
The Crawford dentist , Dr. T. II. Spindlo.
All parties knowing themselves indebt
ed to rue for twine and Deerin;: machin
ery w ill please call and pay for same by
October 1st as I must pay for them on
that date. Lewis GERI.Acn.
StomatcH Trouble. ( Norden . . To be supplied
'"I hare been troubled with my xtnmtich 1 Sprirgview, supplied by W. Graham
for the pas' four years," says 1). L Heat h ' 8 uirt L. W. Hortou
of Clover Nook Farm, Greenfield, Mass. Sunny-side E. M. Keller
"A few days ago I was induced to buy a
box of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. I have taken part of them and
feel a great deal better." If you have
any trouliU with ytir stomach try a box
of theee Tablets. You are certain to be
pleased with the result. Price 35 cents.
For sale by All Druggist.
Trustworthy lady or gentleman to
manage business in this County and ad
joining territory for well and favorably
known House of solid financial standing,
20. 00 straight cash salary and expenees,
paid each Monday by check direct from
headquarters. Ext-ence money ad vanted
position permanent. Address Manaokb,
010 Mokox Bi.ixj,, Chicago, 111.
Valentine A. T. Carenter
8. A. Bec, .... ....Missionary in Korea
M. C. Rolierts, Missionary in the Black
Wilbur W. Qcttys, left without appoint
ment to attend some one of our schools,
member of Long Pine quarterly
For a bilious attack take Chamberlain's
Slomseh and Iaver Tablets and a quick
cure is certain. For sale by All Druggists.
Mr. J, H. Newlin and family can now
be conni'lered residents of Hamsun, as
the family will not return lo Wyoming
again lo live.
- 1 have put out poison in my pasture;
So watch your dogs.
T. O. WILLIAMS-
AlVWK'lft"e wiirt shipped .-alt le from
here to Omaha Saturday are! J. C.
Parsons. J, A. Ande.-son, Nets Anderson,
Bnumstand sons, August Ring ami J. T.
Andrew Wsnsenburer was in town
Ttiesttar, and he says the weather we
tmva had in the last few day rrakes a
ten think of going to California or some
other place where il is warmer.
Our sporting Editor was studying thy
mysteries of Woodcraft last Saturday
night, und the iriKiiibers of Soo Camp M.
W. .4. taken pprcial j 'ikins that lie shnu.il
see all that there was to see anil we
guens he saw I. fur when we question
huu Hliout his ability lo ndw the goat
he smiles, so we take It for granted that
he rode dim.
By J. Frank l-ouclie. I'raniatic Inter
preter and Humorist, Friday evening,
Sept. 18, at the M. E. church, under
auspice of Epworth lerfgue. I'his is a
line treat, us Mr. Fouche is one of the
best artists thai ever isitd thu west, so
come everybody, and bring vour friends.
Admission, adults 3.V, children 25.
The Hsrrisnn Wfhool board request all
parlies tluit are not residents il Hie lis
tnct to pay tlteir tuition in advare-e,
J. II. Bartkll,
There are a few of our late customers
that have not nettled their accounts, we
would lie pleased to huve thee come in
am) settle, for we are .uixious lo close up
all our accounts.
Call for Bide.
Glen, Nebr. Aug. 10,-1903.
Tim htitt'tl of w hool district No. 19,
Sionx t., Nebr. will recvive iids for a
new whool house until Sepi , 19th at 0
o'clock I'. M. wlien bids will he opened.
N. B. Hoard reserve t lie right to reject
any or all bids. For pecilicatioii call on
or write dirvior.
I'KTKH Mi;TE.WN, liirector.
Remember t ho cnnv-ntion call in an
other ctilumn, mid let evervouo attend
liie primaries and - tliat proier rtele
gutes nre sent, to represent you. We want
the liest men put Torlli that we lave rl
unless J on as a citizen see to it that the
right tiir-n are sehcied to represent vou
ia tin county convention Ju are likely
to have men nominated that you doo't
want or can't hiipport.
KfNDAY SCH(X)L 1NSTITUTIC HELD AT
The Institute held last Sundav by
Prof- H. M. Steidley, Held secretary and
Miss Mamie Haines, Supt. of the primary
work, was the best thing in the way of
Sunday Scheol that Harrison has ever
had. The sesfions in the morning, after
noon, and evening were well attended,
and a more appreciative auJiem.-e could
not be asked, tha only losers were the
ones that did not attend.
Prof. Steidley is an able and logical
sis-tiWer, and hie subjects were well
chosen, and if any one present did not
understand or receive a benefit from hij
talks it was no fault of his.
Miss Haines in her char and earnest
manner, briefly analv zed many tlting
l hat. are worrying not only the church
hut parents as well. These workers
will le with L'H again when we hold our,
comity convention next vear and we
know they will look forward with pleas
ure of coming to Harrison again; f.r
tliey said I hey have been Hi no place that
they received a more iippreciuti v people
than at Harrison, Their compliments
paid to the ones that sang, and taken
such an interest to make it pleasant, for
them while here was great and well nifty
Harrison feel proud that her people
Imve done her credit, for Blessed is he
that, coriielh in the name of the Lord.
A- NcClnley k.rd V- A. Hester came
There has been a great deal of guessing
and a great deal of worrrv of the above
gentlemen's friendsas to the results of
this case but we are gUd to sav that
right, has righted itself once again
. vvyommr as well as all other states
make some very foolish laws, and this
one was not only foolish but defirnena
to tlM states own interest. The law way
such that every hoof of stock had to I
inspected before it could cross the line in
to Wyo and parties living across the line
could nH keep their stock from coming
into Nebratka, and as twelve citizens of
the state of Wyoming have s.tid; that
Mr. McGiniey and Mr. Hester were not
guilty of any violation of the law, has
only substantiated what we said when
they were lirst detained, and bound over
on the charge of violating the law it was
this; that neither of these gentltmen
would purposely break or violate the law
ot any stat, A great many of the
sinuller stockmen feel elated over this
dicision for a victory for I lie state meant
auiiihiHUori to them. No doubt the
expenees has been great to these men in
having to defend Wieir rights, and prove
that they weiW'lt law breakers; but
the man thats irifc right can alwavs do
this. We haveJFIiown these im n for a
nn rrtlier of years and while they may
have their laults they stand among our
best people for the right and a more
generous btarted man than Mr, McOmlev
Sioux county husen't wilhi-i her borders,
and we rejoice with t.het.e men in their
victory ; that th-y dare stand for their
ritrhts tho it be the great stale of Wyo.
that was fighting them.
On October 2nd there will lie a ball at
Andrews Hall in the evening. Good
music, as usual, will be furnished, and
a good time is assured,
The worst snow storm that Sioux Co.
has ever had at this time of the vear,
commenced last Sunday night, ami lasted
until Mot day night. It snowed on Fri
day night, but Saturday and Sunday
Come one and (,llrinK the day it did not snow bill felt
NVmcK To Tax Payems.
All delinquent personal taxes ant paid
on or before October 1st will be collected
by Dial rs, Warrant.
Hee New Revenue Law
John I. Uavw; Co. Treas.
A can from Nawcastls, Wyo., receiv
d TusmIav, announces the dismissal of
the tstsa of tit State of Wyoming vs.
John . Arnsr. Nobody appeared to
testify against him. The matter has
cost Mr. Arner considerable time and
'money. Craford Bulletin.
Thar will be a Democratic caucus or
prieiary at the voting place in Warbunoet
precinct on Sept. 2lsl 1103, nt one o'clock
P. M. to elect delegates to atUnd the
couritv convention. Pat Lacy,
precinct Committee man.
Tha Harnann school promises to sur
pass nv work done in the past, and as
iMte over our corps of teacher wa
rl thai such will Ira lb case, hut what
lliey waul la -nnpmli-n of the ps'.rons
and lit sshool hoard to see that they
have lha proper apparatus lo work with.
Own Ml Ufa a Neighbor s Kindness.
Mr. U P, ItaMgheriy, writ knon
throughput Marcer an J Humiier counties,
W. W, innsl likal)' owes his life to the
kh dm-sa of a neighbor. He was almost
lmplely afllicftd with' diarrhoea; was
attended ; hv two physicians who gave
him hulk, if any, o-lwf, wlun a neighbor
U.irr.ing of biermiM i-'ealition, brought
h a hrHI nt t'huntherlain'a Colli,,
i.'.w rbnt' and WsrrtKiea ReiHerly, which
r'ireil hlni In less ttwatr four hours.
very much Use winter weather, nut
Tuesday morning old sols rays soon made
the liesutiful snowllakes dissappear und
we hiqie they won't come oul of season
A ILemsvrksble R.sord,
Chamberlain's Cough Rented v has a re
markable record. It has been in use for
over thirty years, during which time
ins,ny million bottles have been sold and
used. It has long Is-ea the standard and
main reliance in the treatment of croup
in thousands of home, yet during all this
time no case has ever lieen reported to
the manufacturers in which it failed to
effect a cure. When given an soon as
the child becomes hoarse or even as soon
ns the croupy cough nps ars, it will
prevent thea'tin k. It is pleasant to take,
many children like it. It contains no
opium or otiier harmful substance and
may be given as confidently to a baby as
to an adult. Fur sale by All Druggists,
As we are writing these items it is
Mrs. Ellis's hither, mother and sister
from Lilchlield, are vikiuo Iheui this
Mrs. C. E. Wilson, from Crawford,
came i.p Sunday to see tier son Floyd,
wiio is teaching tins sciiooi.
Mr. Ellis, his faiherinl.iw and also his
sistei inlaw went up to Hoi Springs Sun
day , but did not enjoy themselves very
much, as lliey had lo wait a couple of
hours in Edmout for thu train, and so
had only forty minutes left lo see the
Springs in. Thev returned uu the uiht
passenger Sunday night.
This city was quite a business place
place last Monday. There was twelve
car loads of cattle shippid from here to
Omaha. Messers. Uoht. Harrison, John
Serres, Samuel tSw inbank, Peler K.ibeu,
Frank Miller, and A. P. Uosenburg went
ii. riiiuitiM Willi iilM fuirie. MMotru. I n,,iilicr ,tiiii7.
Samuel Swiiibank and Peter R.iU-n Me. Cook shipped two cars of cattle
slopped off u day at Lincoln to see rlie last Sat urday. Mrs. Cook and Harold
slate fuir. The orjiers returned home on j visiled with Mrs. B.issel over niyht.
Friday, except Mr. Miller, who went on Mr, Ashbrook shipped fifteen cars of
They all relumed nU lU) frm, iut..- Sundav.
Mrs. Whiton of Sheep creek eania over
to visit at Hunter Saturday evening, re
It was snowing Sunday so there turning Tuesday moruing.
Mrs. Biyset and Ida Pusvor came home
Mrs. S. E. Jones visited with friends at
Harrison Sal uril.iv.
Olailvs Art-hard and Pearla Jones were
on the sick list last week.
lr. Ames and wife came to see Gladys
Mrs. J. D. Proctor was a Harrison
visitor one day Inst week.
Mrs. Elmer Hughes and Mrs. Proctor
of Proctomlle were seen riding through
Est Hunter one day last week.
Mr. II. T.'Zerbe was visiting at Hunter
Frank Lewis and Ed Schwartz were
working Hie roads last Saturday.
Mr. Pi'oclor is helping Mr. Hunter
Grandma Baldw in of Jonesville visited
at Hunter hub day hist week.
We thought Buds and Blossoms were
gone for sine, furr-uiiday morning when
we awoke we ton ml the ground covered
with snow. How's that? Snow in the
Love to buy good gooda at the lowest price possible
and the place to do this ia at
GERLACfl 8 GENERAL STORE.
In clothing, Gents furnishing, Goods,..
Boots and Shoes.
We are ready to compete with the world,,
and the way to prove it, is to give us a trial.
"Come and see us any way and be social."
train. We found the Clarks ieople very
hospitable and a good turn out both
evenings. We are verv glad to hear
from Mrs. Rice again and hope that
climate may "just suit" in every way.
We wish to congratulate Mr. and Mrs
Irvin Zimmerman on the arriv.il of that
young cow-boy and may he be an honor
to the profession. The boys that went
to Alaska in the spring are returning,
bringing not "hags full of gold" hut
exerience with Lhem M. A. C. are vou
loo busy fighting mosquitoes to write
every week? I never saw them so thick
lief ore, only in northern Iowa last year.
Fishing has lieeo very good all season,
and fruit scarce. Sand burs are not as
palatable as cactus bwrries or we could
use them for desert. We expect to hear
good reports from Bodaris school this
season as they have secured a aood
teacher. Caves are still wet and not
nun h prospect of going dry very soon
If Sioux county Could have such asepply
of water as this county has, it would be
the banner county ol the stale.
A. J. AMES, M..D.
Pi'jsiciua ninl Surg-eoa.
All calls given prompt attention-.-.
Office at Commercial Hotel
or Drug Stors.
HAKKIHOX - HEBRASKA
a visit back east. They all relurned
happy and feeling good, and did nut Deed j
a doctor when thev caiae back
Rev, L. W. Horton returned on Mon
day's train from Valentine where he has
been attending conference, and he
brought us the sad news that he was go
ing to leave us and that for a time R-v,
fVamnhorn will supply this place only,
and that means that Pleasant Ridge will
not be supplied from this point for a time
The Presiding Elder O. ,1. Clark will
(ret a man for this field as soon s Ira
can. W as well as many others regret
to see Bro. Horton leave us for ha has
done a good work, and lha cliances for
great work was nneniog up before him
which ha in hia whole sou led way was
always willing lo da. He goes tn Stuart,
where I lie people can rest assured that
they liava a worker In whom they need
not he ashamed, and one that will always
ba found labotuitf, for tba maata.
no one catue to S. S. except the siiieri!i-
temlent, Mr. Clint Melts.
P. E D. J. Clark,
Alliance C. VV, Ray
Chudroo . . A. E. UuMois'
Cody Supplied by B. Hunt;
Crawford .... O. K. HobsorC
Gordon To bp supplied
Harrison.... .To beaupphadi
Hay Springs.... .......A. C, Barton '
Hemlngford.... O. 11. Burleigh j
LukesnUi O. L. Ramsey
Merrimiin,.... supplied by A. S. Jenkins I
Rushville.... R, II. Gammon!
Whiluey T. W. Taylor I
LONU P1NB IrtSTKlCT.
P. E A. R, Julian
Postolllce, Long I'mej there are
Aineworth U. K. Coaneli i Institute was the best this summer that
Atkinson J. W. Deweese ! tl, country has had in many years.
Russet 0, O, Lue Prof. Fordyce, lienn of College of Mineral
Brownlee, supplied by N. L. R Lyons' Arts, Wesleyan University was one of
BREEZES FROM CESTRAL CITY.
It was reported here Sunday that snow
has lalleu at Chadron and farther West
and wo are willing to believe it for it
turned cold here Saturday, and Sunday
we kept a lire lor comfort. Cloudy cold
and heavy rain. It lias rained so much
it has beer, hard to "make hay when the
sun shines' or Ihrash eilher. Farmers
are anxious to gel wheat sown, and just
as anxio-is for the frost to hold off a
couple of weeks yet.
Kearney seemed lo be the only city
that was not disappointed in the location
of the new Normal and lime may make
Millie changes yet. It does not npiear to
have lieen all straight goods. Wo seem
to need a new primary building just now,
iihiix than we do a Normal lis one of the
city liools has 43 new primary pupils,
have not heard how many hegiuneo
in the other building. The
It has been raining and snowing for
two days and we are afraid the "spell
of weather will end up with a freeze.
Threshing has commenced in the lower
part of the valley, threshers are t: w al
Mr. I'ercv'y wailing for spring to come
so that they can finish the job.
Anton Meckern met with a painful
accident last week, a load of hay lipped
over with him, and he fell on the rack in
such a way as to fracture a couple of ribs
Or. Richards was called to make him
ciimfortuble and he is getting along
Or. Richards was in attendance upon
little Willie Meckern again last week.
The little lellow has been suffering for
over two years with something; in the
nature of nu a In ess on Ins hip. We un-
'.erslatid that the doctor performed an
0jer,iliou the last tune he was out, and
that Hie Utile sulferer is getting along
Mr. and Mrs. Gran of Toledo Iowa,
parents of Mrs. Alva Saxton, are visiting
with the family of the latter.
Fred Beaman has compluted the county
cringe across the Cottonwood at Mr.
Carey's and it is said to be a "dandy.
Alexander Johnson was in this neigh
borhood last week selling washing
machines. We have not learned what
success he met wu h.
School commenced Monday Sept- 71 h
in Hist. V. 4 ivilhlva Speaae tu teacher.
Chas. W. Tidd of Eck.u-J S. I), was in
Hie valley last week. He is selling the
Bliss Native Herbs und other medicines.
Tut, old geulleman is looking hale and
J. H. LACY.
We have our building completed n w:
and have a new supply of goods, and ol
sell lhem right.
Lumber, lath, tsash, doorv
lime, cement, and building
material of all kinds.
Farm machinery, ;
Harness, Saddles, and
Flour, Feed, and Grain.
Paint, Oils & etc.
I am agent for the Wood
manse wind-mill. Have- a,
supply of pump fittings ov.
hand. Come in and cret m v
prices whether you buy or
jf '. lJ7 1 I I I I
Railroad between Missouri River and.
Direct line to St. ul Minneapolis.
Direct Line to Bl ck Hills.
A.ply to nearest a.f ent for rates, hiiim;
ekrtd time ccrds.
Butte ....U. F. Meade
Crookslon.... J. U. Hardesty
Fountain Valley, supplied by A. M.
Washburn, ..poatoltk-e, Newport, Nebr,
Johnston A. F. Cun.how
Long Pins.... W. T. Cummins
Napier & Brocksburg to lw supplied
Newport, .supplied by X A. Johnson
1 tie leading lights and able instructor.
Oillege begins next Tuesday with a
brighter prospect thnn last year. About
t-n of us ladies planned to driva to
eiirks the 26th of last month to attend
tlte W. O. T. U. county convetion, but it
rained and rained so much, we had to
give it up and only Uv weul on lha
No. 13, Due 8:H0
No. ,S3, loc. f t-t.. 10.
No. 14, Due.f?.lf
No. 84 loc. i'rt. ,V,..-.
TO CURE ACUl.tr IS ONK DAY.
Take I-nintive Hvo o Quinine tablets. Ail
druggists ref und tlie money It If l:.il i.m.
cure. K. V. tirove's signature Isoiienvfeb
"LET WELL EN OUCH ALONE "
The re-ieiiniualioii of Hon. W. H.
Weslover, and Hon. J. J, Harrington lor
judges ol Hie Lislricl court of the Kith
Judicial District is a merited recognition
of desen iug men. Bolu of these judges
are faithful, able and impartial interpre
ters of the law. Their policy on the
bench has been to dispose of business iu
such a way that litigants have thuir
cases tried without unnecessary delay.
It has been their constant aim to deal
fairly Iretween all persons. The rights
of the humblest citizen have been care
fully guarded. No favors have been
shown to any powerful interest. Neith
er of these men are controlled by any
corporate interest. There is no question
about their integrity. There is no liti
gant or attorney in the Fifteenth Judic
ial District, can truthfully say aught ,
against the conduct of these men. They I
have been all that just judges should be.
All litigants have had an opportunity
to be fully anil fai'ly heard. All cases
nave received careiui auu conscientious
attention. Their decisions have been
based ifti honest conviction. No nerson
acquainted with the workings of our
court believes otherwise. Tney have n it
held eases under advisement for long
periods f lime; They have not listened
to H-rpular clamor, they have always
wanli-d lo do the right thing rather than
the Kipular, or politic thing,
In past days, lawlessness reigned
supervaj in this district. The law
rivate vengence was restored to nun v
limes each ear. Vigilence commit'e s
were numerous; lyncliings the iisii I
thing; bunds of cattle thieves were n
work. Right here in Holt County, Inn -drt-ds
of cattle were stolen every year
Since these judges have lieen on tl -bench
the laws of the state have lieen
t n forced. As a result the mau with lh
rope; the man with the branding iron;,
the mini wjtti the mask have disappear
ed. We hear no more of lynching-, call I
rustlers Slid "Gulch boys. The reaoidr
of these men will stand the hito light,
of careful scrutiny. They are men of
fairness, integrity and ability. We know
what they have done. Why niakn a
' change? Whv not "let well enouglu
I alone?" Eienin-.' Advocate.
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