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VOL. XV I. H'jKBISON", NSBRASJCATHIIH;SDAT,
MAOOH 17. 19Q4 N O; 38
LOCAL NEWS OF
Court next wwk.
Read Ihe list of juror.
The Crawford deotil i Dr. Spindlo.
Hay for sale. Inquire of Ales Lowrv
Court convene Monday March 21l.
Frank Ltwis was a H.irrion visitor
Clem I- ImK w p from his ranch
left our town Tuesday
B'rn To Mr. and Mr O'Jonnt-II
( 'ounty aeor Story ia doing buninmn
iu town thi week.
f Tlie green graa i making quite a
showing in the valley.
Com in and Bet our price on j b work
We guarantee satisfaction.
Mr. and Mr. J. A. Thayer wn among
our Harrison visitor Monday.
C. E Patridge of Luk, Wyoming wa
viailing in our town tin eek.
Dr. Ame extract teeth by the same
paiukeas tii laid that all Until use
Arthur Duan, wh.titpent Hie winier at
Deovei, Colorado, arrived home Wetluee
" March i half gone and oo had weather
yet. Hurrah for old Sioux Tor weather,
health & etc.!
The Chadron Tim m for ftiile. Brolh
r Rtcker ay lie I going to i'iiIm or
Tla)d.tor are kept pretty buy thene
day, and we are glad to nay their ctforls
eelb to be aucceanf Ul.
Jacob Hnry made a pleasant rail at
our office laat Saturday, and rtmeiubeied
Ui poor printer with a
). T. Hwitt u down front hi runch
in South Dakota yeMerday. He n-rt
cat lie h jLii.g tine in hi mction.
Augun. Maderand J. W. Huenneken
have rrrtewd ttasir milwripi ion for ail
Other year to the PKEM- OLKAL.
Gottlieb Krori mopped ia long enough
last Saturday to nay huwdy to the primer
and to plank down a $ for the Pre 8
JorWAL for another year.
TO CURE ACOI.II IN ONE DAT.
Take Lamtive tiro oYulnttin tHblnt.
droflu rrifund the ino.ify It If full" to
core. K. W. Grove' algnature lnoueai h
J. C. Northrop and wife have been re
joicing over the arrival of ttieir second
born an eleven p'Hiiid hoy, .in"e Si'ur
day if laat week V,t lent tun R publican
We received a ht'er from W.V.i. iln
week mating tint they h iVrf had tinrtv
(e now tin wiu.e ', ui.d loU if ick
nrivo' we gue huow don't keep away
mcki e nflcr all.
Wm J. R i-Uard -nie in on Monday
tr.on. He (ih h-en holding out in lead
w not) for torn tune. We are nlwmh
gl.id lo we linn, a lie in one of the old
tuners in toe- i:ris.
If you w aul a uit of clothe, r a good
hat ir oboe or Ued don't ( your
money buying anywhere le but go to
OK.hLA 118 More and get the bt
good fur the leant money.
Born To Mr. and Mr. i:hrle llihblen
Saturday night .t girl Im' y, l harleni
wearing a broad mtiile.and well lie might
(or girh a pretty nice thing to have a
round. Here' to nu Charlie.
( "hriii. 1iri'iail wn nhaking hantl
wch lii many friend in Harrison Ht
Saturday. Mr. hriattaA l on of t Vm
eerne (!oitit)'a ul'antml ciliien, hut
I i lwaj a welootre vimlor tn old
I). M Ru'ton old hi rider,ce to M'
Lucy Mill al we-k, and we umlerntMHil
Mr. Button will leave before long for
Iowa. Wa are sorry to think that It Ix
Itoing to leave u aial hop he may yet
ohaag bi mind.
WASTE" Agen. Ilutlr, Salesman,
rierfcatid everylvsly who want to en
j ,v good hearty lattgh lo send (Wc for
oTi lo Ayenl " World f50 to any
pwm wIm II g "vl f ir i living. If
nt iwi'ixf '".r your nt nev hack fir
wlar f ' tP Tli'tlh White Ei!-
jHERE AND THERE
Dr. Spindlo the Crawford dentint.
Efg will he taken for tra Jest LowryV
H.N. A. EMTER.T AJN 1 T.
Ttie R yal Neitfh'io'- of America will
icive the Uv, "How The Huh n.l Got
Even. at Andrew H ill, Friday evening
March 25ih Admi-euon 10 and 15 ceil.
UT, A. Hannon, hrotht-r of John Haf.n
wlco hen VtilO'sJ I r fr m fw d:iv
day, w ill l;ive for hi home in Iowa
won. Me Fuiwnlod fur lh PKER8
JOGRRAL that In may keep posted on
what i volng on here.
ACatrd of Thanks-
To the people of ilrrion we wuli to
extend our heartfelt thank fr the kind
nws-t and nvnipalhy hliowii udiirinj Ihe
RickiMrM and death of our d-iir little one
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard ion.
r""J. H. ftturdivant' familiar face
seen on our itreet yet.rday. Joe doe
not net to Harrison Very often an Ik) Iiv
in the souih pirt of i he count , and no
douhl Mitchell and other town south
desire and appreciale hi company as
well an IWns.Hi.
All partie indeheted to t'lm. Newni-.m
hv note, or iith-rwiHe will find till
h nd noie nt toe ('omni-rcml H mk for
dlectiiiu. Plene c.ill and H-ttle all
on nc.oi.iiiH hv note binUnliid or c.ixli
in haml and wive com1.
H g Newmam
Riv. Diiniel preched a very interenl
iiilC ferinon lnl S il mi l V infill , and we
are gl.ul to nay there m a large ciriKre
giition to hear it loo. Hih text was Mutt
22:13 Then kiuI the Kint' to the xervaiilK
bind him hand mid loot n nil tk linn
awuv, and i a-il him into outer durkiiem.
is Ida Mor.n ek aKist-d at the oruau
laM 8uiidny ev ning, for IhiIIi League
and :hur..li MrviceH, and we have htard
veral complimeni paid to her in the
manner in m Inch idle did her part. If
there i anything we like to wi iuaitvone
that hiin luletiti, i to um them, fur in ro
doing the intellect i cultivated, and
broadened and oulv lend to greater
rE. A. Big low-and daughter Mhel
wvnt lo luilron Momlayt niht. Mih
M.ibt l will attend the c'luulmn Au.uleiny
until the Junior Norton I at Alliance
opens up, and will 'ln t ioll th ie for
the term. Our public -acliool would
bw very much more b-m llitl, if ol'ier
teacher would g ve more of their time
to tudv, and prearalioii a doe Mum
All achool have more or I h trouble
in the ovtrnuieiit of inipil um1 Luk m
ii J exi eiliun to tht. rule Chen cunle a
claili between the school hnmd and par
ent that ix when the latter want to
hull in. There la one thin.' w h ive
noticed for'nteen yearn and that 18 when
childr n all vl to run a xi h ml the
l;iX(;;ijer-.' money is r- thiin bumtd.
B. tter:i tlioiiH.nid Minn h t parnlH' who
want tin ii children to run ihew lio.tl iid
their o(i-rmg to ivy pi r nie nth. r
old plin e In be eilurati'd th in h t them
run !h- diitrict s h'dil in Oim ground to
the detriment o all the other children.
Column cou Id he written on thia mile
j 'Ct, but entngh ha lieen naii) firwrious
corixideraltnn. Luk Herald.
How true are the alvive word-i, and we
are glad that brother M:ive makex il so
plain. The worxl trouble always come
from children that have the r own way
at home, for teacher Hud but little
trouble In enntrnhng children that are
olwdient to I h sir parnnt. Were children
brought under proper discipline in the
home, and hocked up in the -hoo room
our state prisons would have fewer coo
icl for the flrt violation la-gin in Ihe
home, nnd school room, and it is natural
for 1 1 vein t become violalers of Ihe law
of the land, and are (hereby deprived of
LWed-At h i residence of Mr. Sarah
Jordan at 11 o'clock la-t Thursday mom
ing March lOih. 1904 the infant damrhter
of Mr. and Mr. Leonard I loot. The
little one came into Ibis world Fehrurarv
20ih. bin .la short life her w i full of
pain, and xuffering and 1 kI saw beat, to
cull H nbive wlter the is no such thing
a pain A short er ice wax held at the
home ol Mr, lordun by Itev. Daniel
after which, tls remain were taken to
the B'xlarc cemetery to rt by the aide
of a little brother that had gone some
year ago. There is always a blessed
ttiouyhl in our deepest dries over Ihe
departure of t la- w blexse I little one for
J 'snx said, Fir xilcli l the kingdom of
Heaven, and we cn always kni'v th.ri
are li'lli h or.ls h ckoiiug tn ux to come
up. lh" Ties J uirnal i-xli-ndx sy nipalh
(AoUm bereaved parent ad relatives
Mr John Plunk-tt i aiit ill at. hi
home in Warhonnet pieciiicL-
We are glnd to m that
Pontiu i much improved.
Mr. . E.T F.
. Eirnent Phinney u down from hi
ranch in Houlh lakotu after a load of
fc Mm I, (T. lywi wa vixiliig Mr.
Frank L-wm and Mr. luir'e Cmtt
la-l wk. Hl wnt to lier home at
(Jrawfonl M widay evening.
Sr. Werdm .n nolil r home place
t, rH.i tn rwti laat wk. and Martin
Dn le nw tli onn-r of tre tM luable
place. l onaid-rAtioi. 1000 00.
Ed O' 'onner tia commenced theerect
ion of a building between Mherrilln Hotel
and Digelow confectionary. He will
irne thin building for a barber hop when
T HI 1 1 1 . A. lt.A
i win noia services at tuts
Btnlarc church next Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock A. M.
Everybody is cordially invit
ed to attend.
J. B. Burke.
A man nv uir imiurui woii-i
..ailrtowMonXnake crek near James
('onnelly' iiich. The mewwge Bind lie
h id len shot. Mr. i oiinellv Bent xhenff
Iiwr a telegnim Hinting tliat if Im
wanted hecoird Iw found at 8. ott Bluff,
It enn that Mr. t'onnellv and Mr,
Miller have hai' xouie trouh'e b.-fore tin
bui !n th. r I'onuelly did tlie rhixiting i
left for the l'-roner'x jury to thai out
No doubt llnxcuxe will bring Sioux iJo,'
criminal recoid up attain.
A SAD CASE-
Oeore Bolleu one ol Doilglax'x leading
merclmcil, wax returnliu; f roin O 'ruiany
with hi fourteen year old on, where he
ha Ix-en on l vixit, and for lux health
The fattier wax taken xii k aboard the
Mlii , ami died and wax buried at xea.
No douhl thix young Ixiv will have a
VHion of Ihe death, and hmitl of bl-t
father the rest f hi life. It ix xad
eimiiKh when our friend pax awav, aiwl
we are permit tetl to do xometluiiK for
lh-iii, but to dia among xlraugerx, and
t Im bur iml in the atrx of tbe mighty
de-p, where the ii flg'i may ft-axt upon
the body of the one I hat ha ' been loved
xo. Well it i ad xad indeed. It ix true
that o far a the UkIt i conceried
,ifier the life ha gone from it, it matter
hut hllle t.) il whether it Ix; cal in the
sen, or placed hi Ihe dep'h-i of m ither
ar'h, but there ii a wredne in the
mound of earth that weal way reverence
containing the mortal remain of the
one we lov.-d o well.
We have eleven little chicken.
""EH grhwnrtx wax a Harrison visitor
laxt we k
Mr and Mrs. J. R Hunter are visiting
in Omaha at present.
le-Black hirdi were seen in our city this
morning xur 'gn f Pinng.
iJ'lie ground was white with xnow fv re
Snniliy m i x iiir, hut il oon ih iip- a d.
Mr. T Jones ant clnMren vite-' at
Mrs Archer.l. of South Hunter Sond ay
. , , ,
I u.llu-.-l I).... I. Ii. l,i,o ll'iroUl tun ,r
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ke. p hai helor'x hall while the folk are
kT. O, Willirn and family and Mr. Sm
William vixileil their xmter, Mr. J. A,
Rice, and family Sunday.
"joe Varley, of Slab Town, was hunting
a horse of his which traed away. He
slaved over night at the O We hope
lie fo'ind Iiii horse; He retorted the folk
"Prarla Jonee and Clara Christenxen
vixiled at PriK-torvilie Sunday afternoon.
Thev accomianied Mr Prw-t ir and Eva
over to Hughe and er joyed a fine visit
with Mr. Hughe. They report a fine
e""W forgot last week to mention Mr.
V, A. Hester and little daughter visited
Mr, riirixtensen several day t lie week
before. Mr, Healer came down Pridav
evening and thev went to Harrison
Sit unlay merning.
Our school is preparing so give play
the evening of the last day of schHl.
We wish litem xuocese; ndrwcholarx
have nevr made aiilure Vt, and we
feel xure they will make a luccex of tin
a It ho it i something new,
Mr Pi ' 'lark, one time foreman of
the bar F ranch, ami another gentleman
named DeMalt, were in our burg lat
Friday evening They were hxikini' for
work on the ranch, but Mr. Hunter was
lint at borne, so we understand they went
hack to Crawford,
Alriitht Peggy, I sup ne you are right
We don't understand everyTlvntf. Toil
must know we have never been trotthbd
about fences, and thre.for don't know,
i ... . . i. . .. . ti , .i
I i in we oo uw nave a small iiera ot
stock, a MMll-herd of children,, also a
autall turd ol chickens, m the leiu-e do
net beoetil iik in Hmi leaat -whether tliev
come down or not. . Do u. . Pgtry,
honestly, really and truly think our
prriudeiit would have ordered ihe fence
do b of hi own accord if wim on h id
not got mad at aorne one ele and com
plained to the ifovrrnrneni? . A l of
Course an I n ventilation f.illov) wh ch
resulted III tlM fenoe com lllf d fl (W.
Undrotaial Hint i the y H cmie at'iit
if r ng mo-one pleae correct u ) We
know te I a gootl pre i l-nt. aniMiU.I lie
ia ev-r b iiv frn-nd Til hest thing we
, can aee in: It ill tcive our home bn v
lielttr chance to et work without going
in ol her Ntiile for work, ai more hlp
will l- needed on the r.uicii
for the bei, let ux lup.
It i all
War Bonnet Topics.
r- Mr Z-trrMt'ii h iby wan quite nick
Min a,,,, v,sited s,di Ori.,n i m.
v Frank Si'olt :ind on ure bus shelling
and niHrjt. iing their corn this ek.
Mit Nellie Si-ott in at ho. ie. after a
to months ilay at the Harrison l,eoe.
iHtn Htattcrv giive ux a call and Mated
ovpr ni.flit Mrilli lib i.nu-fii.rl.t luul uUuuL
feore (in.um made ft trip to Pleant
R.ile Monday and got a Hteer he had lost
It wax at Richard bunn
I k Tout Plunkelt, Dick nod Emmet Jor
'dan veiled at Scott a Sunday, Dick and
' Emmet left for the wet on Monday.
Mr. and Mr. Merrmm and children
j visiiwl with her paren1 on the diVrle
Sittnrday, it being the firat time- Mr.
IhtrrviM n hax been laime Mine ( 'hra' nia.
Mr. Burke' teum pulleil tlte. pot up
that they wrre tied to Sunday and look
h I t It-xpin arr uud Hie pasture, hut no
linage wit done aft the laiy were on
tlmir oi)iMX -n a momi-nl and soon suc
ceeded in c.kichiug them.
Mr Hoi ke wa out and ave u a good
sermon Sunday, hut sorry lo xay w
never knew he wax to I there, xo not
many wt-re prexent; But tin xhowx that
we xhoul.l always I ready and pari alo
ft xmall favor, and then if an unexpect
ed treat comes we fhould all be there to
hear it So come every Sunday as usual
at 1:80 P. M.
Another dtnee is reported at Adeliafor
March 17th, 8t. Patrick' day,
eMis Rilla Krats wa viailing her aunt.
Mrs. Stewart, one day thi week,
C. Stewart and Frink "arlxoo toide
a huxiiiex trip to t'rawford to-day.
W- Frank Speaxe wa at this end of (tton
oil Sunday vix.tiug the bachelors.
Anton Mecketn Hnd family were visit
ing in tl.itcretk valley over Hundiiy,
tThe Mei-kem hays are fearing dry
weather Ihm xeaxon xo have gone into the
cord wood buxinexs..
Walter Meyer was made happy Sunday
by getting In broncho home thtit wax
given him. for hritias by hixaunt.
L Blaine B kith expects '.o g i tn Grand
11 ind Normal Vulege the lli-xt of April.
Th- voiing folk will mm him very
.We are glad to learn that little Will
Mcckem, son of -Mr. and Mt. J.; Meclteni
who has Ix-i n sick for a year -or xo, i
getting tastier sad able lo walk again,
w We tinderttand the dance at Howard's
Friday night wasn't very well attended.
It a shame on the boy for not taking
the girl and th'n gmwl because there
are no girl tn dance with.
e""?few is not plentiful this week, hut a
we saw our last it- nis in print we fromi
ed. to come.again. Why don't Timothy
wake mi and u rile more mow a-i w
always enjoy reading Carey Items.
Thirly Howe, h.i arrived last week
from Minneapolis Minnesota, hod quite
an experience Sunday in riding a western
broncho. After getting on he went up
in the air and cam down like a rubber
ball. We hear the boys attll laughing,
hot try again Charley, you can only
tumble off on the other aide,-
MORTGAGE OUT 0' PtACL
Paator'a Witty Explanation Deserve
to Wall Rewarded.
There la a atorr of a paator wbo, at
the opening ct a new cburcL, favored
bli congregation with a minute ao-
c mnt of the atrtictural faatnrea of the
pored edifice Id which for the Bret
time tbey were met "It la lo the
Innlc ityle," he remarked, "with
ro is pot I it veatry and Oortnthlan lis
Ufa. Over the portico," be added, "to
a pediment tower, over that a cupola,
and on the top of all a mortgage,
which laat, my brethren.' be oonclud
cl,' "being clean contrary to the rulee
ci architectural proportion aa laid
Oorvn by Prof. Vttnjvlue, t hope
t romptly to reoyivn by a. Hbertl
BQildin? material of all kinds; Flour, Feed, Grain,
Wind mills, Pumps, Tanks, Wagons, Buggies, Farm
J Implements, Hardware,
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!You Are Reading
That's wliat it's here for:
To let you know that we handle a fine line of Con-
' ffctionary. Tobacco, Canned Goods, and Every-
J tiling to ba found in a first class Grocery Store.
Give us a trial. Yours for Business,
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MIDLAND BREEDING FARM.
55 HEREFORDS 55.
AT' AUCTION SALE.
Plainview, Pierce County, Nebraska,
March; 25th, 1904.
Thirty (30) Bui's li Hi 2 year ..hi; Fifteen (15) 2 year-did bred Heifer,, nnd a,.
nuniDMr of cho'ce ynuuK ' nws with cilve at siile all richly bred, it majMity (if,
the iieihuref running hack tn ANXIETY 4TH 9901, through the blond lines of the .
Ari-hitiaklf.," Lirl Brand. n," ' Beau Knl," other. Tho "E.4rl of Shadeland '
unit " The Urnve Sd"' are strongly represented. This i not a dispersion sale, but. ia
made up .f the Very Topn of the ynunj loclc of inv hrd, tieiiig of a very uniform
type and color, with plenty of quality. They are n very choice and desirable lot
of ca'tle. Tuev have nut hm?n ;ain(x-red and are not fal, but are in tcood thrifty.,
"n-wlin condition, are jnut alKiut rii;lii; h ivn been raised in pasture und open yardi .
and they will certmnly prove profitable and satisfactory to the buyer and luakehun
iimiiev. This will be an excellent chance for farmer and ranchmen iu North
Nebraska and South Liakola to buy gitod breed in," cattle at thuir own pncee,
delivered at their own door.
HOLT HKOS., OF LAUREL. N'E3R4SKA.
Proprietors of oi;e of thi bunt pure bred Hrieford herds in Northeantern Nebraika,.
will contribute 7 head in this ;le 8 Bulls.tnd 4 IJow, all choicely bred.;
PLAlNVlE .V ia located in Northeast Nehr. , about 73 ilo Wt of hiuujt .City,
mi the Ureal Northern and F. E A M. V. Railroad..
Write at once for Catalogues, giving full particulars..
L. L. YOUNG,' Oakhtml: ??ebr.
HOLT BROS., Laurel, Nebr.
POISION FOR. PR.A1R.JE DOGS-
The following prescription i recont
niendfd us a "hure shot'' to nrl Ihe farm
ol pra l ie d t's hi (I other ndeiits:
oi fKiwdered nlrycliuine sulphate.
3 i'l cyanidu of potasium,
3 ob reen coffee Iwrries.
White- of 4 etg.
alloH thick syrup ma jo of light
sugar and water.
140 Us. of clean wheat.
14 D of com meal.
' Mix the compounds ft follow.
First C 'Ife and white of t:gi are
mixed, and tl)w mixture alli d lo stvnd
aboul 14 hours.
Hecond St-ychnine and alcohol are
mixed and the mixture allowed to taud
S or 8 hour.
Third The cyanide of potassium i
dissolved in a quart of hot water and
F'jurth Th inix'ure of coffee and
vtf i added In the cyani !e and water,
.nd Htirred. mid then Kliired throuph a
Fifth The svrtip is added to the laet
Sixth The strychnine and alcohol
mixture t added to the other ingredients
and the whole well stirred, and if not
wanted for immediate use, roust be kept
ia a closely corked vessel.
DIKKTnOJf YoR C.
After thourouuhlj tirrin(c r shaking-
the mixture, pour it over the wheat in a
laoce tub, and again thnttroujrhlv roixj
then atir in the corn meal to take op the
extra moiature and to hold Ihe poison to
the wheat grain. Allow the poisoned
wheat to stand closely covered over
night, and put iteut early the following.
morning If the weather is One, riace a
iahlepoonlul or lesaat the outside of
ach burrow occupi-d by prairie doge,
placing it In two or throe little hunches.
I'M poison is also reconienda lor oe-
strnying prairie squirrels, rati,, nticej
' podl orhn. and other rodent..
Harness, Saddles & etc.
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i C. r. M. WrxU.t
! " Rm IX-unis,
I " L IV .VVttWI.
R.llrod between Mlseeuri River rV.
Direct line to St. Paul Mhaneaeolle
Direct Line to Blsok Hills.
Apply to nearest sclent for rate, mp.
wnd time cevrds.
Xo 13, Due 9:11
No. 14, Due7:U
No. 88. lo. frt. 9;35 No. U loc frt. hAMk
Both train carry passenger.
J. E. PHINNEY,
OFFICE: AVDRIW BU)Ob
L..G. DAVIS, K D..
PHYSICIAN and SURCE0N,
HARRISON, - NEJpAirjU
St. Patrick's Day,
Leap Year Dance-
. Will be given at the opera house.
Pnf will he given to the prettiest
iTHiiuoie, Sinn comic everybody invit.
ed to come and make this tn. beat tUncaj,
of tbe aeaaon. Good muMO aa usuel,.
epc'ow twenty nve ceota. . .
K C . Uwp. VtleV
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