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About Harrison press-journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1904)
Tm-wtDAT. Miv i, 19;4
C. C. Burke, I'rop.
t-M t-Ut.lt IS Tilt rM otKlrh AT li t
rUlXrS LBK. AKiWl l Li 4141 It.
OF SIOUX COUNTY.
One Dollar Per Year.
1D VEK-TISI X G RAT KS-
Per inch, single coiumu, per ni uth -V
Fer column, per month ifti (M.
Professional ctrii per Tear, one incu 5.W
Local per line each i'ie .03
' 50 per centiotr on yearly contract.
Democratic t'oit veil' ion.
A delegate convention of the demo-
trade paaty oPSioiiX county, Nebia-ska,
Cabled lo meet at Mm Court house in
HarrtsOn tu May 2. 1904, at 2 o'clock
I p. tii. for the-purpose of selecting dele-
gates to attend rtu Slate Convention
whicir meets lo Oitcdia June 1, 1904.
Tfw precincts are entitled lo the lol-
i lowing representation:
j Antelope liAndrews
J Ho tell
3 1 AJUoiiood
1 1 Sheep ("reek
' R.mninc. water
1 Snake w'reek
II Sugar Loaf
A tute liiver
John E. MaRSTIuXER, Chairman.
J. H. LACY"Secrelarv.
J 'GL'EN ROUNDUPS.
(- Bert Kodgers commenced Hulk lor the
I Monday morning.
Mrs. Weber and family spent Sunday
: at the home of Mr. Elmer lieouessy,
A. J. Hodge of Crawford visited at
i1 the home of Mr. Geo. Lakm Sunday.
Rov'Mortenwen has quit work on Mr.
Henneasy's section as ouly one hand is
' .The closing exercises of Hillside school,
- .list. No. 2 will he held at the school
I nouse Thursday afternoon, May, 20.
Mr. and Mrs.. Emery ' Giliuore, who
1 have been enjoying a visit witn Mrs.
Jenseii, returned to their home Thursday
, 'Mrs.-Jlaston who has been visiting her
t ' daughter, Mrs. John Blomburg, departed
t for her hoiueat Lusk, VVye,, Thursday
Mr. Wrlliamt isdnlling a well lor J.
. H. Denslow oo the south divide where
Mr. Dens low will range his cattle this
Mr. E. Stache, of York, Neb., arrived
at Glen Saturday. He will nuy with
if .his daughter at Mr. JJcnslow's until her
school is out.
1 - Mr nJ Mrs. Comptoo stayed at Mr.
I Corier's Saturday evening while Mr. and
I Mrs. Corder enjoyed themselves at the
Lhome of Mr. . Geo. La km.
"A.T. Hughson and i family spent a
( pleasant Sunday at Wrn. Huntley's.
-.They epjoyta very much tha free ride
jin Mr. liunt ley's merry-go-round.
Mii Denslow and children. Mrs. Tuck
i er.and sonr4(r. E. Stache and daughter
3 and Miss Garner enjoyed the hospitality
of Mr. and. MrsMiltoa Green Sundav.
A sociable-will be held in the church
1 Fjv evening, May 27 to which all are
. cordially invited. . Supper percouple 25c
Bring your, supper and also your best
f girl to enjoy ui evening to be long re
. me in i red.
Mrs. J. .S. Tucker and her granddaugh-
te, Francis Garner, arrived from the
j latter' home iitGlenrock, Wyo.. Satur
r day. MixsOarner intends to-visit until
about Tuesday when h will go home to
take up her school work which begins
. June llrst.
'-Our merchant. Mr. Madsen, has . re-
:ilaoed that worried and anxious look for
' - a contented smile. The cause is easily
v received as the doors and windows for
v bjch he has waited so patiently for over
t . month arrived, Saturday. He moved
. j ;n:.o Ills new Wuilding Tuesday.
attendance at Sunday school last
' uody was 40. Collection 70c We are
t to reportia flourishing condition of
Ami institution which ha. in its care the
i . Holding of the diameter of the youth of
, j'- community. It is the duly of every
t i.o to lay aside all malice and envy and
i alir according to Ins ability to bring up
? iys and girls of whom we, our country
t i.nd they themselves will b proud in ft
; Jure years.
: Buy Ltam nRher Vl Jlea.y Jia.e
Safer and better. Endorsed by Govern
, ment. .Used by largest ranchmen of this
, ooiiotry. , Doesn't burn the eyes. Saves
: boiling vals. , Boiliog of lime eats them
. ouCquickly. 48 OaL,.W,l 13 Ott Also
, hiive 3 horse atearo boiler $C5. 00 , 8 bone
, horsa f0J for lieajtitX Water. WriU to
ilex. Stock Food Company, Dept. A.,
, O naba, Jfeb. . -81
WAvTTD 4genU, Huetlera, Raleemu
, Clerk and everybody who wanU to en,
joy a good hearty laugh to seed Mb for
' 'Tips toUagMti." Worth 90 to any
, iroa who lelh goodli for a living, If
i, not aatiafactor joar mm; bach. C4r
, eular fetr ieMM The Ur. Whit Beo-
New l itarce tins week,
Rob Keel is busy planting j-otJtoes.
Jack Finlfv put in 20 acre of bailey
Mr. Liu mi ai-d daughter vwtd Mm.
Sunday sc-iool next Sunday as Usual.
All are invited.
AH gate on the Uerlach place are
closed froui travel.
Mr. and Mrs. Dunlap aid family visit-
at Keel's Sunday
Our Sunday fccbnol was well attended
Sundar. Tnere was 31 present.
Mr. and Mrs. Zerbst spent Sunday
evening at Um tiome of Mr. Hollz,
Ben Fiuley who lias been working for
Albert 11.11 is at home at present.
k Mrs. Scott has a new incubator, so s.he
tsfoingiulo the cbickeo busmen.
K li b ex.
A surprise partv is reported at Onu
Tally's Urn 24tb.
llain every day. If it keeps this up
we will have fine crop and grass.
Mr. Kratz went to Adelia the 21 after
pump thul lie had shipped there.
Antone Meckem sold a team lo some
horse cover und received tr'0 for them.
A air of twins were born to Mr and
Mrs. William Jame, of Soldier creek,
all parties doing well.
j Mrs. (J roves is receiving a visit from
her aunt and cjusin of Alliance but we'
failed to learn the name.
The committee is going to meet at
Mrs. H. C. Groves' the 2tih to arrange u
program for Children's fJuy.
AlvaStxton received a letter from
ReV. Jas. Mai.nab to meet him at Craw.
ford the 23rd bi we presume we will
liave preaching next Sunday.
h Antone Krala and son Ri'oli are
gathering np ,he,r cattle so as ,o U
wuip .-ujnuay morning, fxi fel
lows and Ernest Carlson are assisting
him with the work.
Dr. T. O. Reynolns was in the valley
representing the AUarnaii Medicine tim
pital of Atchinwm, Kansns, We under
stand some of his pat ients are O. in Tal
ly, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Tally and Mr. and
Mrs. A. Kratz.
Loran Lewis was at Agate Monday.
Mr. Rice was over to Saw Dust Fnilax ,
C. Christensen and wife took in the
exercises at Harrison Friday night.
Ezra Tucker and Frei Webster were
in these parts lokim? for i:.u i ' Tnei .v
jTi.ese Hoe rams are a floe thing for tie,
tr and crops add stock i, liking
Dick Hover came over from Si Dn.t
rS-iday to look after the cattle here. He
J. R. Hunter cam. home Mond.v
Wniog. Heitad un down the mad
a couple of day..
Ed Schwartz and Delberl Rice attend
ed the exercises and viwted friends in
Harrison until Saturday afternoon.
We are glad to say Tom Jones, Wair
Smoke and Loran Lewis lire all belter.
Thr-y all had a sore throat und bad colds.
Thank you "Caiherine" for your
cheering words. It is pleasant to know
we are missed. We enjoy vour work
very much as we have many friends
there we would not hear from so often
only for you.
Pearla and Thomas Jones. Clara ard
Mabel Christense went to Harrison last
Friday to be on hand for theTenth Grade
exercises. They report a go, urogram
and enjoyed the lecture very much.
They visited friends until Saturday even
ing and came heme feeling well paid for
their trip. We are sorry we coulJ not
v lorn jones and wire went over to J.C.
l . n j . . . n
rariey s lasiounaay naving neara Grand
ma Baldwin was not very well. We are
glad lo say she said she felt better Mon
day morning. They with Mr. Varley's
folks and Grandma all went o er to call
on Thos. Doyle and family and had a very
pleasant visit and partook of a most de
licious supper which Mrs. Doyle insisted
GoTernment Land Open for
Settlement In the ltoeebud
The Chicago eV North-Western B'y is
the direct line to Bones teel, on the reser
vation border. Copy of pamphlet "New
Home in the Weet", containing mape
and fall information as to the allotment
of Uteea fertile land and how to reach
furnished by any agent of the North
Western Iiae or will be mailed to any
jddreee on receipt of (3) cent la postage,
byJ.A. Kntw, Ass't Oem. Frt-eMW
THE PIONEER PHARMACY. I
rfums, Oils. Varnishes,
Books and STATIONARY.
Tlie finest Line of pipefind
best cigars in the city.
2 ."PTfTTANTi X, 1()VV Siirrpr;r!'; .! F Priinriu
g uiviiiuuij va. u'.'iijkj, ' ;
J. H. WILHEBMSDORFER,
All kinds of (told and Silver work done
llins mad? to order.
All work guaranteed.
Harness made to order.
The Commercial Bank.
C. h. Cokfkk, President.
j CuAs. C JAMK,()X
Stockmen having ue for a
us to handle their
-ft We are prepared to take
Will make tie
- "BIT -N it .
on Monroe Cre6k
J q HamSOn.
; WJSD0M J., Sired by imported CLYDE, Dam SCVCn-eights
; SHIRK, Weigllll.OHU DOUIKiS.
1 t'"0 U&xlTe Vvin " The money for service
i of stallion will be due and payable at once in case mares
i are or removed from the
ENGLISH SIITRE STAT.T.Tnv
The above stallion will stand
ocafcuji. reeswiuDe aue ana payable at once in case
mares are disposed ot or removed from the county. Call
ami see us n you desire tne service of a horse this season.
TBBM.SiS.00 to insure colt to stand and suck.
Lacy & Son.
Will stand for the season at
namson, o miles wedt of Andrews four days in the week
Mondays and Tuesdays at my place in the valley.
TERM8-H0U SCOTT $12 to insure living colt, SOLIDE
110. Fees wilr be payable at once if mares are taken away
oi disposed of. Hares cn be left a few day in pasture
F. W.Clarke, Caphier
Clarke, A. McGinlej-
bank at this point may rely oe
entire Hanking b urines.
care of our trade at all tiniest
season at my plaoe
7 miles north-west
at our barn in Harrison this
, my place 6 miles east of
J. E. PHMNEY.
L C. DAVIS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Office in Bartell Building.
Residence 1st door north of Commercial
C E- i ESTLER.
Fine Work a FjxHaiiy.
Jobs Taken Either by Contract or Day.
HARRISON, . NEBRASKA.
A5D ALL TREATED WITH CWHTESY.
Board Uy Day or Wwk.
Z-12 V,r. B- WRIGHT, p'p.
R-sltread between Vllssourl Hlver and
Direct line to St. Paul Minneapolis.
Direct Line to Black Hills.
Apply to nearest Agent for rates, maps
West Bound. Eiil Bmnd.
No. 13, Due 9:11
No. S3, lo. frt
No. 14, Due 7:23
No. H Inc. frt. 6:4
Both trains carrv wssenifer.
....... n nut- . ni i w J wissen K ers.
Th JorBSAi. will unbliiih vuiirbrHnd.like
the following, for K MO, per vtrnr. Kach nd
4itic ol brsnd 75 cents. Kvi-rv tarini'r or
ranclunen In Woux nml sxIJolnhiK rountl-s
Hiould ad verliw their brands ni TbkJoCK-
rals It ctrcnlstea all over the tt-,. It
mHy be the means of saving monev for you
For the arreat and conviction of any party
or parriea stealing or rtlif Igitrlngftny brnndii
n stock belonglnH U the undersigned par
(iEOKGK W ANSMIS
( stlln brstulcd
Hi left side
on left ahou
der, rniigc on Pal'ller t.rcek.
Any Um:Ic branded lovc l-lng estrsv-
id from my ra-.ge, discovered hr anv body
on giving iuu liiforiimtleii win be rewarded.
AddieM, ft. Itohinsnn, Nibrk
f ItANK UTTO.
aide and annis on
dor r horses. r vm as
Alsi some of thn lfnrM. la IV i
tie lire nrHiided on I. e m mn ,,,
siiiiuKu-r some sa (! rll- bM1 ed lor the
auove Oiumd. a
Addreas, llsrrlaon, Nebrsaka.
iiKki- i;bkkk i.ivk ' htociTiS;
Ttranded en left hip of (.'attic
and on left nhoek oi florae
Ac'dieaa, Iieep Creek Live Htock Co,.
J. If. IUlbkrt, Coremar.,
. (ilen. Knbraast,,
Samuel k nohi.
any wnere on
left aide or the
Itange on J'rai-
rle Dog and Mon
Address, Harrison, Nebraska
will 7y 5.00 reward for eAch head
Of DaveColville'ahorses branded
on either iaw or thurh tnrnad
over John Bieeer on Runntngi
water, also $100.00 for proof tV-
convict any p-rson unlawfullyTlaIimg
any of said horses.
W. j. a. Rami.
ROBRUT r. NICKCB.
on left side
Also eattle hran.l
on lert hip
no Jiner or tide.
annnlng Water. P.O. Addreas
HHKWsTKK A tia
s &auie -a that
as rut, eitlier
.e(t htp or on
llorte brssde4 arllh ur of abor
Addreu, J. . AKOBUS",
ed same u tbet
on cu. on eith
er side of siil-
And following on
leftside of caltlr.
on left side of she U
on left side and kip
Kangpou lliiiuiliiK Wstrr.
Tout fiffli-e Adilresa, Ilnrrison, sebrsJ
J. K. IILNTEU.
cstt le brand
cut, on right
aide, ulp, or
AIo s on left side. Hlg-lit e. ell
5100 REWARD will be psld forevioJ
eonvlrtln hut one (or ruiinlnf off ol
iiT wuy tumperli ft w 1th stork having
of the above brand or brunds.
Ksuk st Andrews, Nebr,
A'lilrrst, Harrison !
A'.d alae D
llorae brim 1 ed 1 J on right slionii
oryw. Kanifeoii W.iltu Klver, on' the
Dave Colvillo run ell.
P. O. Adrlreas;
aro the pr.perty of Andrew tlirlatian ail
range tributary lo Van Tamel Sprlngi.
JOHN A. HANSON
Uwn th fnllow
Also H3 on cst
lln hiiu linrsHK
horses on left
Kanga on PUrer Kprlngs and east ofalaJ
sa shown oi
left side will
over bit;en ler
Esses on ""s1
P. O. Addreas. Msrsland, Jlebr
Horses snd est!
either sldf, am
at on ant.
And Cattle branded
aide, and Iluraet on lei
Address, Bodarc, Nebraska.
ed on left side.
r P. o. Addrese Harrison, Nebraska.
A. K. KKNNKUV
on Bight Hie
P. 0. Address. Crawford, Nebraska.
flfer 'l on lfti
dip J r -
on the !-rt I 1
left shoiil- I j il I
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