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About Harrison press-journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1899-1905 | View Entire Issue (June 9, 1904)
V. V. Burke, Prop.
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isi-ia skus. i'itt wn 11 w mnfci;
OF SIOUX COUNTY.
One Doiiar Per Year.
AfA'Ku ! ISIG HA IKS-
!Vr mcli, n.rlt-niii:.ri, per m mtti ''V
3rr column, f.r month ft'1
Infwoiial card r year, one iofii 5.00
Locals per l:r.e ea h wue .O-'i
50 f-c cent off on yearly contracts.
Johr. Coflee wer;t to tbe EUwhid
Mr. ani Mrs. Thayer left la-t Tburday
'for Hut Sjinags where they will siwfld a
few we kg.
Mr. and Mr. Charles Owen visited with
friends and relative in Chadron last week
they returned lo the ranch Saturday.
Mr. James Anderson and children came
'up fr m W bituey last week to attend a
'few week with Grandpa. Hill and other
E. M. lbill and Henry Wertz assisted
Wm. Miller lata Wednesday to rebuild
'the house which the cyclone carried off
'some time ago.
Crops though backward are liwikinfr
Ipretty good Hince tbe recent rains and
tfrwjis is doint; fins. Tuesday evening
another ram visited us accompanied by
the heaviest thunder we have heard in a
lonir time. Tle country in booming for
' ettlers or hotue seekers.
ritz Piper made a business tnp over
wo Joe Kose last Sunday.
3ohn Meokeii) is busy planting beans
ffor bis broth-r Anton Metfcem.
Mrs. A. Kratz was visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mi. William. James one day
A Anton Meckem made a busing trip to
'Crawford this week to have gome deotuil
f M . If . ii .
". meyera oi naU'reeK were
r .1 o-i kint t-tDilAH i - . . ,
, t .mtoi, t uie .arey tr. U. one
day last week.
Uias, Glaze passed throuirh Cotton
""Wood enroute for HaUreek valley whre
lAe has a home Htead.
Ernent Carlson has been planting beans
nor 4 weeks if he keeps on be will liava the
whole divide full of beans.
ine meeting was not very well attended
lat the church Thursday we pernume it
aoo account of the showers.
It wan reported that Jlalcom Worthing-
ton was coming back to Neb. but it must
be a mistakea we seen Anton Kratzship-
Ijing his trunk last week to Montaua.
There, is expected a Lutheran Minister
Ho hold meeting in the Andree w-hool
Ihow-e on tljedivide June lath all invited
-Mr. Jake Henry from the divide and
two brothers pussed through tlie vally
firom Ardinore and fcUjpjjed over at the
'Jarey P. O.
. ru k . t ...
nuruiHM iias rewgneu Ins posi-
ntonat bachelor hall at Martins Saw
null and as he has not Wn seen for
Sometime on our streets I think he has
one to lielp fight the Russians.
Harold Hunter will carry the mail for
9ti!! the raiu coines. Ever welcome
tao 8ous county.
" 'e are sorry that Cathernia," has
Kiven up journalism.
r Uelbvrt Eice Visited friend in Harrison
tbbeJaatof the week.
W have a, new neighbor on tlie south
wtiividai. Mr. John Mack.
i L. C Lewis came up from Crawford to
kAalp dip their cattle last week.
"Tom Jones and wife visited with Mr.
muw Mrs. Nets Engebret at Highland last
J. H. Cook returned from Alliance
t6aturday momiog. Ha had been there
tMveral days on business.
J. A. Rio is tha powswMor of a steam
lump which beaod Frank Lewis brought
up .from Crawford Tuesday.
Mn. EJtohwr and ton of Harrison
id bar atothar, Mr. Schwartz and
other rataUras ban last waak.
Mr. aad Mrs. J. A. Riea and daughter
wm Ciwwford visitor Monday eight.
Oalbart kapt bouaa white they war
Ha Jimia a forroar Mighbtr boy
but oow of Deoftaa, Wyo. , stopped off
' tew miau teste Andrews Tuesday. B
III vi bin t-MttMf friaadt aad ralativas at
Duk Ilorey and Ed f bar't wr
l.wistn i-r rattle HiiralnT, Ihev foui d
them badly Matured end m:x-d a the
ram Ii night l.fore orove ttieiii fr ra
t he .flome rtij: e.
r. snd :rs. W, T. Jiwws and B rJ e
anil I'ary went over t the saw mill
Wfdi-('av to viit frends awl g-t v t
Ufiitr for a dijipm? (liiu.t hn.h will be
pjtinat the U Kir ram-h :it East An
W. T. Jimas had the riiis'o''tui!e to
live a vounjT horse bit with a rattle
snake while comimr frr.m Af:te tn Hun
ter witb tint luitii Mwaiay. He smtou to
be hav l,d lu k with bis hor-es ths
year bit ire lost one and tins one tri
pled for tbe ifcseut.
Sunday Sch.K1 wu well alteiided as
I5en F.oley visited his aunt Mrs. S. ott
Mrs. Shoitzison tlw sick hU She
has mountain fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Tipton, Gerlach and Lyon
spent Sunday at KmjIs.
Pottmaster Prid.ly and wife visited
with Mis. ifelle Uuun on tbe cliv .nc Hun
Edward Scott, wIkj has l-a working
for Mr. lUuiKia in Wyoiuiiig, returned
Jack Finlev and Arthur Dunn are busy
this week building fence around the
school sectiou on tlie divide.
ius Noerwh went down to Running
water last week to look after Lis cattle
he is ranging there. He returned Sun
Jay. There w ill be a picnic at Keel's grove
next Sunday as it is Chiihretfs Iay.
Everyone is mvittd to come and bring
your lunch and luive a good time.
Newpier readers Lear very
much the days concerning
Marquis I to and an article
printed in a recent issue of
the Loudon World may be of
interest, In this article, the
writer Fays that Japan owes
to Marquis Ito in a very ftreat
measure the position which j
she now holds in the world
and that but for him Japan
might be today a second
China. Marquis Ito is des
cribed by this writer iu this
way: "He belongs by birth
to what we should call the
lower middle class, and - has
therefore had neither wealth
nor influential connections to!
to give him a helping hand.
None the less, at an age when
in England he would have
been counted a boy he was
already a minister plenipoten
tiary arranging terms of
peace with great powers of
Europe For lie had the good
luck in very early days it
was a pure piece of luck to
attract the attention of the
old emperor Komei Yeimo,
who was struck by his extra
ordinary ability and all-round
cleverness that he took his
education into his own hands
and set to work to train him
for a politicanl career. In
1867 the old emperor died,
but his successor, Mcutsouh
ito, had just as high an
opinion of Ito as his father
had had, and as soon as he
had power in his hands he
made him governor of Iliogo,
A year later he made him
finance minister, and from
that day to tlm Ito has prac
tically ruled Japan." Com
monor. 382,000 Acres
Government Lancia Open for
Settlement In the Ronctuid
8outh-e astern South
Tba Chicago North-Western R'y is
the direct lina to Bones tee I, on the reser
vation border. Copy of pamphlet "Nsw
Homes io the West", containing maps
and full information as to the allotment
of these fartite land and how to reaeh
furnihad by any agent of the North
Wat tern Lina or will be mailed to any
addrasa oa reoe ipt of (2) canto in postage
by J, A. Kuhn, Ass't Oen. Frt A Pass,
Faints, Oils, Varnishes,
HOOlS and STATIONARY.
The finest Line of pipesand
Best cigars in the city.
best cigars in the city. j
1 1 RICHARDS & JONES. Successor J. E. Plunrey. I
J. H. WiLHEiKDORFER,
All kinds of GM and Silver work done
Rhiffs made to ordtT.
All work gaarantvd.
Harness made to order.
-iJlie Commercial Bank.1-
C. F. Cokfkf., President. F. "W.Clarke, Cashier
Chas. C. Jamksox. II. IS. Clarke, A. McGinlky
Stockmen having use for a bank at thn point may rely oi
us to handle their entire Banking busines.
AYe are prepared to take care of our trade at all timetn
Will make the season at my plaoe
on Monroe Creek 7 miles north-west
WISDOM J., Sired by imported clyde, Dam seven-eights
shirk, weight l,fi(K) pounds.
Price 6.00 to insure living colt. The money for service
of stallion will be due and payable at once in case mares
are sold or removed from the county,
v7 " JSsA 'I'to,
KNOLISII SHIRE STATJJOY
The alKive stallion will stand
season. Jutes will be due'
mares are disused of or removed from the county, ' 'all
ana see us n you desire liie
ritfttltf $8.00 to insure
tod Don't Forget
That We Do JOB 170DK
For we are here yet
And can do as good work as ever
and that is
Call in and get our prices
Jtieads, Letter Heads,
v,. J-ajv. ..aa-L
t S-V "-e. y
at our barn in Harrison this
and navahle. at once in !.
service ot a horse this season,
colt to stand and suck.
Lacy fe Son.
on Business Cards, Note
Envelopes etc., any way
' ' STALLION
J. E. PHINNEt,
OrTJt'E: A.vimrws Buck.
I, C. DAVIS, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Otli. io Bartell DuiUI-nj.'.
IJi-siderxe 1st door north of Commercial
C E A- ES1LER.
Fine Wurk a Sjm-uiity.
Jobs Taken Either by Contract or Thiy.
HARRISON, - - - . NEBRASKA.
AND MA. TItBATED WITH rifTESy.
Itoard l!y Itsy or Week.
W. R- WRIGHT, Pkop.
Ksllro&d between .Miss-juri A-ivor "and
Direct line to St. Paul MlnnRapoils.
Direct Line to Black Kills.
Apply to rteArost ft. gent for rates, maps
West Hound. Eat Hound.
No. 13, Hue 0:11 No. 14, Hue 7:tTi
No. S3, lo. frt. 9:3.j No. 84 Joe. frt. 5:45
Hnlli tr:iins carry inswnprs.
This Joi bkal will publish yonr brHtid.llko
the following, fur fi '. l"r yi-ar. K irh rid
ditn r al i.ran.1 75 rpiitit. Kvi-rv farmt'r or
rar.rhn.cii In Si.nx und hdjoti.iiiK f'int'..-
shimld atTcrttu! tin ir hnmdn m Tui;Juiti
ALs It c'.realiitrn all oviT the Btiitc. It
rosy ho the TtuHiih of Htivlnsr moiiPT f.ir yu
lor the arrtxt ami rouvirtloit of any party
or turtln sfi'ulliiK or dif ijrtn Iiik any brsnd
a tttix-k Ik'IoiikIiiK to the uii'li rsljfned pur
G KOItiiK hWASWIN
in left Hid
'in left nhoij.
uIt, tmin' on soldier t.'twle.
Any Ktock Lrnndi'd h hIkivb bring triiy
id fnim my ru'itre, dlHcoviirod by any boly
oa Riving iue tiiforinatton will ho rewarded.
Addiftdn, Ft. ItoblniKiii, Ni'brakit
shin and uittH on
dcr 'if horses.
on the h-ft
Alsosomenf the lh)ris
tie are branded fin Hide
enotiirier rtotne an ileHrrlt-
atKve humid. IsaJaJ
ed !!jr the
Artdreas, Jlarrtton, Nebraaks,
!Ktl't;UKIiK LIVESTOCK Co
Branded en left hip of tattlr
and on left eheeb ot llomeg
Half fe n lk..p f'M,.tr
Address, Deep Creek I.Itc Stock Co,.
J. II. HiLBKKT, Foreman,
AML Kh K NOIti.
any where on
left side of the
ItiuiKO on I'ral-
rle !oi( and Mon
Address, Harrison, Kehraaka
will pay i.00 reward for e.ich head
of Da ve Col ville s horses branded)
on either jaw or thigh turned,
over John Hieser on Running
water, also 10J.OO for proof to!
convict any person unlawfully imiJi'i
any oi stud horses,
W. J. A. Rai m.
ItOUKKT f, NKKCE,
on left Hide
Also cattle branded
on left hip
shoulder or side.
Wunnlng Water. P. o. Address
ed .amc a Hint
on ut, eitar
.Mi I. ur on
Horm l.rsHded lth any ot shove rr. 4.
A'hln-9., J. . Askkssos.
WH KKET a
et sfttue s Uist
on rut on eitli
er aie of sni
lift nl'lc of fktllr.
on left side of she stor .
I on l-ft side and hip-
tUntrenn Knnning Wsti-r.
font Oftlre Address, Harrison, Kebrnilti.
J. It. IICXTEU.
aide, hip, or
Also s on left tide. Kltflitea.' rllpjied
SIO0 REWARD will be paid for rvuh-t.co
convletlnK any one for running off or lo
any way tumpt rli'lt with stock curing any
of the above braud or brands.
Itanck at Andrews, Nebr,
i ll. HENSLOW.
on rijfni aids
die at rut
also I) on
Hore hniM iv Js on rinlit shoulder
ort-aw. K -in.'" i v. .iii. : Hi 1 1, on the old
tavc 'o:v,!,- r:i:i!-ti.
1'. O. Addreas;
ed on loft Kid
same a sat
saint sa rut
are the property of Andrew Chrlatian nut
ranxn tributary to Van Tiuaxd Sprtngi.
JOUN A. HANSON
Oarns the hillow.
Inxlirand on iillli
er: Also HQ on tat
tle and hnrwa
cuttle on luftslde
lint' on left
l'.anife )n RUrnr Springs snd aat of slate
line. Poatofflce-Harrlaon Neh.
OCTAVE If A It I! IS,
at shown on
left side with
over bit en left
Ksnge on Run
P. O. Addreas, Maraland, Nebr.
Horses snd rat-
lie branded on
either aide, asms
And Cattle branded
side, sad Hurses on left
Address. Ilodarc. Vebrsska.
ed on left side
Kan (ii on
-p.l. Addreas Harrison, N.;braka.
o "Icht HID
P.O. Address, Crawford, Kebrasks
dj csttle brand if 11 W
Ii b shown In tof; I
l ...I .n Iwht L jfB
lw 1 ,W'
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