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Harrison Press -Journal.
VOL. XVI. HABBI80N, NEBRASKA,
MAY 12. 1904- N O. -S
LOCAL NEWS OF
Th Crawford tWotist in l.T.H.Spinllo
Remember the Baumgard sale th 19th
Hourret A Davis oew ad tbi
Francis Deuel spent Tuesday nitfht ia
Floyd Jones wan
a Crawford visitor
Mr. Joho Beigel eod little boy war in
Tom llines in breaking horse for John
Serre tint week.
Th African explorer,
Siaulay, ia dead.
F. M. Hall wa in
notice in this
Take notice of Uerlach's new ad else
rlier in tliii irsu.
Mr. and Mm. William
from Btslarc Saturday.
Miller was up
Joe Verity put in Carl
f potato if Ibis week.
Char leu Grejveli wu up
latter part of lust week.
Nice spring weather the pant week and
the grass is growing fast.
Browa, (lie photographer, will be at
the Court House in Harrison on May 21
an I 22.
E F. Pontius left last evening for the
Black Hills to look after his mining
Please notice our rates in
ninii. There rates will be
anot her col
strict! v iid-
Olen Z-rhe urn vm.I from Iowa venter
duv lint', will kmuJ a short time visiting
Rnudmaster Hnsberg. of this division
of Ue Northwestern, was in this city a
few hour Usl Friday.
J. W. Mann, a druggist from Cody,
was in this city from Saluruay morning
until Monday evening.
We are sorrv to state thnt Patrick
Diirn, Sr. m verv ill. We trust that by
ur next ifsue thut we can report him
J. B. Burke pr-eu-hed at the M. E.
church SuntUy evening in the place of
Rev. Daniels who was sick and unable to
H. T. Zirhs Was showing one of the
finest stallions on the streets of Harrison
last Saturday that we have seen for
Alva Snyder, from Runningwater.
went east Tuesday night. We hear he
will not return alone bat we will have to
wait and see. -
G. W. Hester, who has, ben visiting
and looking after his interests here, left
for his home at Paonia, Colorudo on
A Mr Collins of Lusk. was in this city
a. few days this week and purchased a
ear ! of Inmher.lime.cenient.brick.etc
from Lacy Bros.
Arthur Kline wa down town yetr
day. the first time for several months,
as he has been laid up with rheumatism,
lie looks quite pale yet.
All parties indebeted to Chas. Newman
by note, or otherwise will find all bills,
and notes at the Commercial Bank for
collection. Please call and settle all
pen aaxHJtit by note bankable or cash
in hand and save costs.
Mr. Bryant, a brother of Mrs. W. C.
O'Connor, arrived here Monday evering
with hi three children and will spend a
few day visiting here and will then go
o to Iowa.
MiJoi Sherill, who has been at
Douglas, Wyo., for tha past year, came
to Harrison on Monday night's train and
will spend a lew day visiting friends
itx) relatives here.
Tom Mines, one of Hat creck'a stock
nen. made the PRBft-JouftAL office a
pleasant call last Saturday sod be did not
forget tlie poor editor in a financial wa
itber- Torn is all right.
I. T.H.&ptodlo Um Craw fort datit-
J Tlieo. Sagert, of ( hadron, wu ia this
city on kusio Monday.
W A miu k nirrii-H fLmr vu Dut ID
the post office thia in!.
7 James Nolan and Walter Woodruff
were in the city last Friday.
i Geo. (ierlarb liaa bill out advertising
to take pfiotogTaphs oo May 22.
Henry Wertx wan among those wbo
visited Harrison last Saturday.
M rt. Sarah Jordan has moved from
Harnaon to Iter place in the valley.
Jonn Herman, from near Eckard. was
in Harrison bitter part of last week.
Carl Eastler is making-some improve
ments about the Commercial Hotel.
Eli Zimmerman orders the PREsa-JoC-NaL
sent to him at Hat creek, Wyo.
County Assessor 8. R. Htory was doing
business at the county seat this week.
F. E. Jandt was in from his ranch in
the south part of the county yesterday.
eggs. Price, 1 for $1
R L. KEEl.
i The livery Imrn now has a telephone
connected with the main line, This
verv convenient all round.
Charles Njrtnasa was in Harrison on
business last Saturdar, He made a
pleasant call at this office.
Mrs. F E. Jandt came up from the
ranch with her huithand Tuesday and
went down the road that evening.
J Vr.irir.i- Itimn arrived from ArVndo
Wyo , Tuesday morning in response to
the word that Ins father was sick.
M. J. Oayhart, of Montroe. was in
the city Monday and Tuesday nnd made
his usual pleasant call at this office.
i Frank O'Connor left Tuesday night for
Sheridan. Wvo.. where he will work tnis
summer. He has many
that wish him success.
Mrs W. Brown, who has been quite
ill for some time, was brought in from
Pleasant Ridge this week so that she can
he under the dot tor's care.
Rev. Daniels was suffering with rheu
matism last week hut we are glad to say
he is much better and will be ready
llll his pulpit on Sunday. '
1 in interMtin? letter from H. C.
Burke: former editor ol the Phkhs-Jour-
.t it nntr in California, will lie
found In the columns of this issue.
Two public ales took place in Harri
-,,r. lft Satnrdav and a large numlier
nfnjniiU from the country were in town
making it a busy day for the merchants.
i Joseph Dunn, his wife and sister, came
down from Wyoming Monday night
ikoi- hnvinir rerj ived word that their
iimsj - -"rt
father at this place was dangerously ill.
Wm. McReynolds, the prominent Man-.iti-
m.r.-liani. was a passenger on the
east bound passenger train last Thursday
nitrht. enroute for Illinois, where he was
called to attend the funeral of his only
J Mm. J. A. Deuel and children left
Monday night lor Us Homes, iowa,
where thev expect to remain for awhile.
Mr. Deuel is preparing to drive through
to Idaho where will locate before sending
for his family.
j V. A. Hester disposed of his household
good laat Saturday and he with his fam
ily left on Monday morning for Paonia,
Colorado. The PUKSH-Jot'KNAL extends
best wishes for their future success in
their new home.
Wa wish to thank our subscribers for
their hearty response to our call for
funds. They realize that the poor editor
has to live the same as other people, but
we are sorry to nay that some must
think he can live on wind; while wa will
admit that some editors are a little
windv, but nevertheless wind calls for
money whan it-la put on paper.
U A surprise party was given at the
Harrison House laat evening in honor of
Miss Olivette Dunn, the occasion being
her 15th birtnday. About 40 of her
friends was present and a most delight
ful time ia reported. Games and music
war tl principle Amusements and deli
cious refreshments at the usual hour.
MiaaDunn was the recipient of many
The undersigned will sell
the following described pro
perty at the ranch 4 miles
north of the 010 ranch or 3
miles south of Montrose, on
Hat Creek, on Thursday, the
19th day of May 1904, at 10
o'clock, a. m.
64 head of 3-year-old heifers
and cows, some with calf by
28 2-year-old steers,
29 2-year-old heifers,
23 1 -year-old heifers,
23 1-year-old steeis,
1 Bull ! Hereford,
3 mares, 3 years old,
4 mares heavy with foal,
17 2-year-old colts,
4 1-year-old colts,
1 Indian pony with foal,
1 saddle pony.
2 sows heavy with pig,
1 corn planter,
1 wind mill, 30 foot tower
and pump and other articles
too numerous to mention.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
TERM 8 2 percent discount
for CASH or 6 months time
will be given on good bank
able notes bearing 10 per cent
August & Adam Baumgard
P.G COOPER, Auctioneer
The undersigned will sell at
Public Auction at his resi
dence in Harrison on May 21,
1904, at 1 o'clock p. m. the fol
lowing described property.
5 young saddle horses.
1 Estey organ.
1 sewing machine.
1 washing machine.
2 bedroom suites.
Carpets, rockers, dishes,
stoves,' cupboards and every
thing else needed in house
TERMS-h sums tinder
$25.00 cash. Over . 2.r.00 a
credit of six months will be
given with bankable note.
C. B. HOLLINQSWORTH.
i A light snow visited this section of the
country last night, and as we go to press
this morning the weather looks as if
more dampness is in order.
Pvggy," our correspondent from War
Bonnet, has severed her connection with
the Pkkss-Jocrhau We are sotv to
loose hsr from our staff for she has' hetn
faithful in gathering the news each
week for o-ir readers and we wish to
thank her for her untiring efforts lor the
success of this paper.
People whp want stamp pictures or
photographs should remember that Geo,
Oerlach will be located in the northwest
room on the second floor of the Court
House on May 22, prepared to do all
klndsof photographic work. This will
be a good chance to get Home excellent
work done as all work will be finished in
Another Siouk County Pioneer Cone.
Ir John 8. Tucker, aged SO years, 6 mo,
28 da. died at hie home on White river
near Glen last Thursday evening and was
buried in the Olen cemeterv on Friday.
Mr. Tucker was one of the early settlers
to this oounty having cam here 20 years
ago.) He was born in Ohio and for sever
al years was a resident of that state. He
crossed the plains to California in the 60's
and returned to Iowa where he remained
for a few years and he then cam to this
stat where he has sine resided. Mr.
Tucker wa a man who always lived in a
way that all hfs' acquaintances ware his
friend and the bereaved relatives hav
th sympathy of all.
Csvrst of Thaixks-
W wish to thank our many friends
for their kindness during the sickness
and death of our husband and father.
Mr. J. 8. "and Etta Trxxut.
Fsniot-s, Cali., April T,, 1104.
TO THK READMM OK THE Pk-J(X K-NAl,
We It-ft HarriMon ToeMiar evening,
April It, 1WM, for Fmosa, Call., and ar
rived here tiie t'iri. After we left Har
rison we arrived at Crawford at 8:30.
had our laggag transfer! to tlie B. &.
M. depot am hud it clun ked to our d&
tic.ftion. We then bought our tickets
for 29 to B.ikerslWld, Call., leaving
Crawford at 1250. After we left Craw
ford our first slopping place to lay over
eas at Denver, and we just got there in
time for dmntr. Our next train was not
there until 8 o'clock and so we decided to
Me as much of the town as possible be
fore that time, so we boarded a street
car and rolled around the city viewing its
parks and many other wonderful sights.
We must say that Denver is a great city
and very industrious. A while aftr we
left LVover we entered tlie Rot ky Moun
tain and rode through a grand canyon
of Colorado for about a day viewing
many wonderful tree. eaks, canyons,
tunnels, bends, springs of hot and cold
water and some very nice farms. After
we were through this canyon we were on
lop of the mountain and we found the
weather up there very severe as the
snow was about two feet deep and still
flying. We reached the next city. (Og
den, Utah) late in the evening and our
story of that city will be short as it is
rather hard to tell much about a city by
lamp light. All we can say about Ogden
is that it seems to lie a very wet city as
the streets seemed to be covered with
water. We left Ogden at 4 o'clock in
the morning and jiift at daylight we
looked across the plains and saw a great
litke which was pronounced "Tlie Great
H.i't Lalie." We li.ul to travel around
tins lake for ith'iiit .1 diiy and therefore
we got to examiue It thoroughly from a
distance. After we left the lake we
crossed a desert about 400 miles long ami i
must sav that It certainly was a desert
for you couldn't see a living feature on
it. After we got through this desert we
name to the Sierra Nevada range of
mountains and found the weather there
uuch colder than on the Rockies- and the
snow was living also, We traveled over
tliese mountains during the night and
just at daylight we liegan to drop from
them and entered tlie lant! of the living
just as the sun was rising, We raised
the windows and let the soft breezes of
California blow upon us and we began to
view tlie green country : The first fruit
we set' n was oranges dangling from the
oiange trees and the country as far as
the eve could reach was as green us
on Id Ih. There were many fruit farms
ami stock farms and the stock on the
slock farms were jusl having a picnic
eating the green grass. 1 he most of the
farms were tlnirv farms. After viewing
this land scenery we entered tlie capital
of the state and there we ate our break
fast and liegan to view thic city and found
it verv prosperous. We went to the de
pot and looked at tlie different kinds ol
fruits raised in California. The depot at
this citv was quite a nice place as well
ns the rest of the city. We left Sacra-
mentoat 10:10 and the remainder of our
journey was very pleasant ss we saw
many beautiful things to look at. We
reached our destination at 10:30 p. m.
and found J. F. Pfost. s residence and
rolled in a feather bed (this being the
ftrt bed we had slept In since we left
home) and did not wake up until the
sun was high but we got up in time to
attend Sunday school which was at 10:110.
We certainly like California well so far
and will go to work In a few days, tie
will let the people or Sioux County hear
from us again when we can tell them
more about the country.
H. C. Burkb.
rom the Files of The Journal
Fifteen Years Ago.
Lewi Oerlach's beaming face greeted
us igain last week.
John I. Davis has moved ii t ) the Con.
Mr. Kelly ha severed his connection
with Um store of W. R. Smith and is
speodioK a few days with his brother at
Will Davis, of the Herald force, is re
covering slowly from his recent severe
llness but ii still unable to resume his
work at the case.
Dora Trimbur has been appointed mar-
shall, street commissioner and city en
gineer and wa instructed by the town
board to lay pipe from the new well to
th cistern at th old well.
Mr. Joseph Parsons suffered a severe
loss on last Friday by the burning of his
louse and barn. Mr. Parsons wa away
from home at the time and it was only
by a strenuous effort and the assistance
of Mr. Whit that a rt of the house
hold goeds were saveo. Mr. Parsons al
so lost a valuable horse that wa burned
in 'he barn. The loss it sorely felt ky
Mr. Parsons w ho is a hard working, in
dustrioua citiean and a gooM Mighbof.
GERLACH Hi SOU
A complete line of GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
DRYGOODS, BOOTS & SHOES, and a complete
line of SPRING GOODS. $
Building material of all kinds . Flour, Feed, Grain,
Wind-mills, Pumps, Tanks, Wagons, Buggies, Farm
Implements, Hardware, Harness, Saddles & etc.
ssssnefsisiesisiisiaiii 'I 4'
T THAT'S BIUIIT; J,
" That's what it's here for: t
To let you know that we handle a fine line of Con- '
t fectionary, Tobacco, Canned Goods, and Every- t
J thing to be found in a first class Grocery Store. J
J Give us a trial. Yours for Business,
I A. L0WRY. i
FACT l.-BOURBET & DAVlsj
curry the largest and most
rACI 2, All our prices are in
keemnir with the qualny ol
goods we sell. We do n-t kee
i heap John gotwlsand therefor
we do not sell at Cheap Job
prices. We sell tirst class gorx
at fair prices.
'ACT 3, Weendeavor tocaleri
t tlie wants nnd needs of our
. ust rs and our goods are
e t d with this intent.
C. H. UNITT
successor to C. W.NEWMAN
Lumber, Doors, Sank, Lime,
Coal, Wagon, Buggies and
' Machinery of all Kinds. -
I also carry a' line of Wind
Mills, Pumps, Piping,
Towers, Wind Mill re
pairs ' e,tc. etc. etc.
A large stock of feed, both
ground and ungrouud al
ways on hand.
mail orders given prempt
Give me a Call.
This great vegetnlile vltsllxer, the pre
scription of a lainous French physician, will
quickly cure vou of all or nervous dlsoHtes
of tlie K-enerutive organs such as lost Man
hood, insomnia, puins In the Back, Seminal
KinlMlons, Nervous Debility, Pimples, Un
fitness to marry, Eihaunting Drains, Varico
cele snd;C'onstipstlon. It stops all losses by
day or night. Preiniitarlty, which if not
chocked, lesd to spermatorrhoea and all the
horror of linpotcncy. CUP1DICNB cleanses
the liver nd kidneys. CUPIDKNI strength
ens and restores The reason sufferer r
not cured by doctors is because ninety per
cent are troubled with Prostatlts. C'UI'I
DENE Is the onlyl known remedy to cure
without nn operation. S,W tlstlmooials.
A written guarantee given and money re
turned If six boxes do not effect a perms
nent cure. QII.OOs box; six ror Ave by nisll
send for free clrcalsr and estlmonlnl. Ad
dress DAVOI. MKDICINKGO., RsnPlsncisoO
Caitloraia. for sal by Kicwai tJos.
Goods Than Ever.
4H-tt Ai IHlllllllHHfl
All orders Riveniproinpt attention," 2
'ft''l 4" 4"
FACT 4, We have just re
ceived our Spring and Summer
invoice of white waists St drw
.oods, India Limons, Cambri.:.-,
Hercules, Ginghams, Sateens,
-'hirti.its Henriettas, &c, Ac.
!p A . "I" It -k I: n ri : m I
rtKsi u, I 1 1 lie ui ooots ot
Sh'ies and Slippers i composed
ol me latet tyle from the
most reliable hoiwe
FACT 6, -Evert (i,mg usually
kr-ot in a General Store can lv
found tit our place
BOURRET & DAVIS-
To WHOM IT MAY CONCURS
The commissioner appointed to loct
a certain road petitioned for by Putrick
Lacy and others commencing at a point'
on the public road number 41 where the
suine touches between the sect ion corner,
between sections 11, 12, 13 and 14 Town '
ship 32. Range 57 from thence running t
south on the section line betw een section!) '
13 and 14 to the section corner between
sections 13, 14. 23 and 24 said township '
and range from thence in a direction
about south east, by e ist to a point eighty
rods east, of the line between said section
23 and 24 ucd t,vent rods south of th
line, between said sections 13 and 24 from
thence running in a direction about south
east to a point one hundred an I sixty
rods east of the line between ."-aid section
23 and 24, and eighty rods south o' th
Iwt.ween sections 13 snd 24; from thene
east tin quarter section line in section 24
eiifbty rods south of the section line t
tween sections 13 nnd 24 to the township
line between Ranges 66 and 57, . i
thence running east across sectien IV to.
the section lines between sections 19 and
20 Township 32. ranpe 56 on quarter ec
tion line in said section 10 eighty rads.
south of the section line bet ween section,
18 and 19; from thence est in section 20,
said Township and Range, on said quar
ter section line one hundred nnd thirty
roils east of section line betwten section -.
19 and 20 and eighty rods south of wec .
tion line between sections 17 and 20; from
thence south east to a point on half sec
lion line running north and south in sa d
section 20 on hundred and Un rods oi Ufc
of section line between section 17 and U
frum thence south on said half section
line between sections 20 nnd 29 ia d
Township and range: from thence east on
section I in between section 20 and 29,,
also between sections 21 and 29 until it
connects with county Road Number 9;
reports in favor of locating said road.
All objections thereto or claim for -,
damages must b filed in lb County
Clerks office on or before June 17 1964 or.
such road will be allowed without rf
llarriaoo, Neh., April, 19, 1904.
E V. Poktito, Cottlj Ctartfc.
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