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Harrison tress -j ournal.
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OFFICIAL FAPEB OF SJOTJIK CoTJ"NI TIT.
VOL. XVI HARBISOIT, NEBRASKA,
JTIJjtTE 23. 1904. TS3 O. 52
LOCAL NEWS OF
Celebration the Fourth.
tiood weather the past week.
Can you file on any more land?
Itr. T.H. Spmd'.o the Crawford dentist
.Henry Will wa up from Hewitt Mon
day. listrict Court convene in this county
E ErJman returned last Friday from
a trip east.
Archie lavis returned from Alliance
Kead our advertisnients and patronize
James Mcfann and wife were up from
the valley Monday.
Mike O'Connell went down the road on
buines Tuesday evening.
Thou, and Waller Hines were in the
city on business -tenluy.
The new land lawn are the general talk
of the people in this vicinity.
r,.or Fitzgerald expects hi son here
from Wisconsin this morning.
Ned Ussher leU l!:is week for St. Iiuis
where he will put a week at the exposi
tion. Joseph Stastnv was dawn from his
place in South Dakota on business this
Walt Reed was up from the south part
of the county on business a few days last
lNnry I'.ikes of (Cottonwoo l precinct
wns transacting business in this city
sjj. H. BarteM has some lettering done
Oti his store the past, week that nl.ik-. a
istler looked after the interests
of fie t'aliv
e tins week during thu absence
Mrs. V. ii.i Wili, after a f- (lav visit
in llarns"ii. returned to Lui.l- last Thurs
Clarence I avis is spending a week or
t wo ot I he John Hickman ranch north
west of town.
Mrs. I). J. Clarke, of Clmdron. visited
few davs with friends in Harrison
the past week.
Thebovs fixed the hall grounds in Rood
shape this week no a to have them ready
for the Fourth.
The PRFSR-JoPKVAr, is very thankful to
Wavta for the assistance he pave
getting out oi. r Extra Monday
Will Cierlarh camedown from Douglas
last Wednesday evening to attend his
Ulster's wedding. He returned the next
Two brothers of John Johnson arrived
here from Iowa yesterday morning from
Iowa to look over the country with a
view of locating.
6-Vernon Hanson, who ha been looking
after the interests of the drug store in
Harrison for several day past, has re
turned to Crawford.
Marcus Valdez ami his son William
came down from their ranch near North
x ew, Wyo.,and will remain in Harri
son until after the Fourth.
J. J. Cteland came up from Crawford
last Friday evening to preiare the body
of Patrick : Dunn for bural. He return!
to Crawford the next morning.
Mrs. James Nolan and Nora Niece were
in from Eckurd last H.iturday. Miss
Niece is teaching school in district 3U
where she has yet two more weeks.
Miss Ednn Brown who went east with
her parents a lew weeks figs, returned to
Harrison Tuesday morning, Hor many
friends will be pleased to know that her
health is improved.
Lucy Moravek left on Monday evening
for St. Joe, Mo where she goes Tor med
ical treatment. She was accompanied by
L. 0. Davis. Lucy's many friends here
trust that she will return fully recovered.
Another nice t-ltower last evening.
The Crawford dentist is Dr.T.HSpindlo
Maps of Siuui county at 10c tach ut Jmus
True Webb ar.J wife were up f rom )
Coffee's Kahde ranch Monday.
Oscar Story was transacting business
in this fit y a few hours Monday.
We learo that several in the valley
dipped tmircutU tin ptit weV.
Attorney Porter of CrawforJ was in
this city on legal business Monday.
Harry Churchill was a passenger on
the east bound train Monday night.
)y. Davis is staying at the Hoiirret
ranch on Runningwater at present.
Cnimisioner Cullers spent last Sunday
at his heme in Cottonwood precinct.
Miss Ida Moravek returned home from
Hot Springs last Thursduv morning.
J. Wii.kersham and his son George
was in this city on business yesterday.
Junes Johnson and w ife and Hud John
son and wife were Hi Harrison Wednesday
Tlio town cistern was cleaned out tn s
week w hich ad. Is an improvement to the
quality of water.
Floyd Jones who has been in Crawford
for the past 'J weeks returned to Harrison
Theo. Hugert went to Chadron on
business Tuesday evening where lie re
mained until tins morning.
M. J. (i.iyhart came on the passenger
train esierdav morning and remained in
the city the rest of the day.
UetnemlHT the celebration to I held at
Harrison the Fourth. The public is invited
to come ami have a good time
W. It. Milium, the Iowa marble denier,
was in this city l ist Friday erecting
some work in the Harrison cemetery.
Several from the east, have arrived
here this week to look over the country.
We h.ive plent) of ro mi here for more.
A gentleman by the name of inih;in,
who is an iicipiaiiitance of Mr.' Wicker
sham, arrived here yesterday morning.
Mr . ii nd Mrs. ( 'has. Hibbeln, who have
b"en in Sniith Dako'a for several tl.it s
hive relurncd to their home in Harrison.
Antrie Kralz. of ' Yittonwood precimd.
was transu.'titig business in this city a
few davs the latter part of last wetk.
Mr. and Mis. C. H. Smith came up
front Hewitt Tuesday. Mrs. Smith wiil
remain in Harrison with friends and
relatives until after the Fourth.
Mrs. Chns. Wriifht. after a few davs
visit with her daughter, Mrs. Ernest
Pbiiuiey in thiscit v returned to her home
at Fort Robimon last Saturday evening.
Rev McNabb, of Cot Ion wood precinct,
nrrivn in Harrison on last Friday morn
ing and on Saturday went to Uodarc
where he conducted service on Sunday.
l-Mrs. Tom Dredge arrived from Omaha
last Friday, where she had been for
medical treatment. We are pleased to
slate that her health is much improved.
Do you want a fjood stal
lion. SoeT. O. Williams at
tlie 10 to 1 ranch just north
of Harrison. Will sell or
Mrs. Burke, a sister of Lo Wilson, ar
rived here from Eddyville, Iowa, last
Thursday morning and will spend a few
weeks visiting with friends and relatives
Attorney H. 0. Nolernan of Alliance,
and Attorney F. A. Wright, of tiering
was in this city on legal business Monday
Both gentleman were pleasant callers at
Geo. Turner returned last Thursday
morning from the Excelsior Springs in
Missouri, Ilia health is much improved
to what It was when he left here a few
On Monday night The PltKSft JolItNAt.
issued an extra in which we gave the
rulings on the new homestead law and
these were sent to our stibsorilstrs in the
counties within the lines of the boundary
of the 010 acre homestead law. A great
many inquiries in regard to this law has
been made of laid and we used this
method of giving our readers as early
and oa much information as possible.
Aii.tlier old Kettlr Gone.
ifr-'"fatrk k F. 1 'linn, eyed 7 years, died at
his home northwest of Harrison on
Thursday, Jun 10. at 7:;i0 V. M. alter
ilnu-s of several weeks.
Patrick F. 1 Hmn was !srn in Ireland
and came to t lie United stales when he
w ast ,arg f ,t(r He first settled in
New York, where he hvd for several
years. He helied to build the Erie ('anal
anr in the ye tr of till he moved to Colora
do where he lived until lie came to this
state. He wa married in Is-'iH to Marger
ttt Lacy who died at Iioiilder Colo., in
1"'JT. Eleven children were liorn to this
union, eight of which were living. Mr.
Dunn came to Sioux county in 18 where
he has since been engaged in stock rais
ing. He was n man that w as highly re
siected by all. and theentire community
morn the loss by his death. S of his child
ren, Joseph, Patrick, Philip, Richard and
Lizzie, was present at the time of his
death, The three other children two
daughters and one son who reside in
Cjlorado. were unable to tie here. The
remains were brought to Harrison on Sat
urday morning and shipped to Boulder
Colorado where they w ill he buried lie
side the remains of his wife and other
chiHren. His son and daughter, Philip
and Lizzie went on the sume train that
conveyed ti e body of the deceased. Mr
Dunn will be greatly missed by the many
friends in this vicinity and the bereaved
have the heart-left sympathy of all.
Next Monday, the 27tli, is annual
school meet iug. and every patron and
elector should be present, an4 see that
the r'ruH-r amount of tax is levied and
that the proper people are elected to
Contest not ices can be published in the
Pimss JorUNWI, by request of the party
filing the contest. The contestant has
the privilege to have t!.e notice printed
m the paper be may wish that is publish
ed in the county w here in the land is
D. M. Sutton, who with his family
went to Iowa nlout three months ago,
bus returned to Harrison. Mr. Sutton,
we learn, will locale again somewhere in
this part of the state. J I is family will
ret urn Inter, His many friends w ill be
pleased to learn of his return.
i.Thonias Iverson, a former resident of
this count v, b it who for the past few
years hi'S been in business to Iowa, arriv
ed here from that state yesterday m rn
mg and says that he intends to again
locate here. His family w ill arrive later.
Tom has many friends hi re that will be
pleased to learn of his return.
pAnna Margaret Miller died at. her home
on Soldier creek on June 3 iOiH She
was born in Onrmany en Dec. ii lK.r7.
She came to America when she wns 27
years of age, and was married to Herman
E. Miller at Millet Nchr. on July 15 lsO?,
and lias resided in S oux county v r
since. The services were held at the
. 'oti(-regat ional church at, Crawford by
Itey. Scliultx of the German Lutheran
chr.rch of which Mrs. Miller was a faith
ful member during her life.
Kd Fellers made a trip to Crawford the
There was a good turn nut at 8. S. last
Sunday attendance 51,
Anton Kratz made a business trip to
Harrison one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carey made a business
trip to Hat Creek Valley the 20th.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fellers made a short
visit over at Joe Rose one day this wee!;,
KnU Leithoff and W. Pullen are get
ing ready to dip their cattle to-morrow.
Mr. and Mis. Groves were pleasant
calltrrs at the Carey Post Olliee the 20th.
We understand there is a picnic report
ed at lleiiniHfi's saw mill the 41(1 of July.
There w ill be preaching at the Union
Star Sunday School next Sunday every
Mrs. Emma Rice is expected on the
cotton wood, her many friends will be
glad to see her.
Strawberries are just commencing to
t-is-nnn 1 lie creek, Mr. and Mrs. Meckem
picked their first Sunday.
Henry Nortnass who is working for Mr,
Peterson on Soldier creek made his
parents a visit Sunday.
Henry Fricky ant! Chas, Groves made
a trade whereby Chas. liecame the owner
of a colt and Henry a cow and calf.
Barney Soester while on his way home
from Wyoming where lie had lieen beard
ing sheep stayed all night with Anton
I'.y virtne of nn nrli r of sale i-tie, 1,y the
clerk of the district cmirt of Sioux rimiity,
Nt-l.r.oka, In favor ot Siirli Jordan, piani lit.
to.u Schick -tiurity, Coinpuiy, a corpora
lion, Mckinley l-uiiuhtf.', l.ou :unt 'lru-t
I on. no. V, a col ,'r:it toll , defendants, I s ill
en ltir Mh l;iy ot July. KOt.ut one o'clo.-k m
tlie lt TinMjn ol .ill dav ul liie east front
d(or of the court house in Harrison Sioux
county. Sclia-lm, e-ll at public uuetiou to
the lowliest bidder tor east) in lined the (ul
lowing d- Ncrils-d real etitte situated in s;ii't
county, to Mt. Ttie cast tuilf of the noutll
east viUnrtr-l ill sretkm ei(litM'li unU till- east
half of ttie norlin a.l qu.irt.-r ot section
niiiteen in to nslilp thirty three :!) north
ot riuiKe fitly ttve (.'.&) west of tiieeth I'riiu l
ial Meridian. To MW-fy said r.rder of sale
in the mini of oiic'hiui'lrc'l and seventy one
dollars and ninety five cents ( tl'l-!K) uiM
interest and accurinj costs.
Hist publication Jane 'Mi V-H.
Sheriff of said futility.
By viitue of an order of sale Issued by the
Clerk of the district court of sionx county,
"Nehraskn, uimjii a decree rendered in said
court In favor of M,W. shea e ami Charles
ll iriii'iii, ph.intiir, uii'l Jacoh Mi kutd et ul.
defeudilnts, I will on the nth day of July, i!)4
at one o'cha-k in the afternoon of a.iid day- t
the esst front door of the court house of .said
county at Harrison, ehriu.ka, sell at nuhlic
ii net i. n to ttie IcKhi'Mt hidder fi r cash in
j hand the follow in Ueserilwd real est ,t.e sit.
uatetl in said county to wit : The rf'iuth half
of the southeast quart 'C. thu noi tliwest (quar
ter of the southeast iiuurter and the south
east quarter ol the southwe.t iiuartcr ot sec
t)On three In township lhlrt -Jour
iini'ihol range ill ly Jour ;a nest of the. tith
To satislg siiid order of sale in the sum o'
on.'' tlioilsiiu.l ami twenty dollars illtd eighty
cents i l,0:il. SO j and interest nut costs and
aeel Uihg Ci4t.
r'ird puhiu-.ition Jnuetuh i'.iil.
h l ift of said eouniy,
I'.y virtue of mi order of sale is-in-d hy the
Clerk ol tlie disirict court of sj0i)X canity
Nehra-ka, lit on u decree r ndered In said
eosrl In luv.ir ol the Michigan savings Hank
a corporation, l phiiiiiiff and .Mrs. William
lt:!iiiiig;ird. h iio ,e true christian name is uu
kiiim a to plaintiff, el ul, ilcfeii'lauls, I will
on tin '.'! ii day of July I'.'OI at one o'clock In
the ul lernoon ol said ihiv at Ule east fiont
door ol the court house of said rountv at
llarri-on, .Nehra-kn, sell ul public auction
to the highest i. idder tor cadi In hand the
lollott ing deseril I'd real, estate situated in
said ciui nty, to w It ; The sout na est ouarlcr
of section twenty six fjfi) tn township tliiriy
four (-4 i north of range Eltv ilve (.Vj) west
of thin th principal meridian.
'lo sat is(y said or-u r of s '.le In the sum of
five hundred, and ninety tour dollars and
hiiti't v ccuis ( ;'"!. l-fl) and Interest mid costs
slid maiming costs.
Hi st publication June Mil Ml.
Al l.'. I.IAVKV,
f ill rlir o. said count V
Ity irtue ot on order of side Issued hy tlie
Clerk of t:io dtstilcl court tit .sioux county,
.Nrliriisk.i, upon a decree r ndered in said
coin tin f. ivor of M. V ,-hcalc and Churlcs
Harmon, plaintiff mid Otto MiinS'.n Kt uv,
det'enda .t.. I, will on the Mil day ol July
I'.li nt oi.e o'clock in tlie afternoon of said
d;;y at th" ""si tmntdoorot the court house
of said county at Harrison sell at pal lie auc
tlon to the highest bidder f r rush in hand
the follow 'ng (.'escribed real estate situated
in saiil county to-wlt; 'the noi tlieii-t (uar
t.T of section fifteen in tow nslii i I li.rty four
CM) north of range fifty -six ci;l west ot the
r.th prlncip il meridian,
To sat wl y said order of sale In tlie sum of
one tlunisoud and ten dollars 4 1 ,010 (joj and
interest and eosi and accruing rnsl.
I? Irst publication June Mil 1WH.
She; Iff of said county.
I'.y virtue of nn order of sale issued by the
leik of tlie district coui t of s;ioux county,
'.ebraskii, upon a decree rendered tn said
court in favor of M. W. Sdicufe and Charles
Harmon, plaintiffs, and Jacob It. Swlcknrd,
etux, defendants. I will on the tun day of
July I'.KII at oiu' o'clock in the afternoon of
said day at the east front door nf the court
house of said county at Harrison, NchrasKii,
si ll lit puplic auction to the highest bidder
lor cash In hand the following described
real estate situated In said county, to-wltt;
The south half of the northwest ipiarter
and ttie north half of the southwest inuirtcr
of section three(3 township thirty-four :H!
north of range fitly tour (.11) west ot therth
principal meridian In said county ami state
of Nebraska to satisfy said order of sale in
the sum of one thousand and eleven dollars
mid seventy eighteen'.". (1,0II.7S) and inter,
est and costs anil accruing costs.
First publication Junettth 1004.
.Sheriff of maid county.
A WONiiF.KFUL INVENTION.
It is interesting to note that fcrtunes
are frequently made by the invention ol
articles of minor importance. Many of
the most, popular devices are those de
signed to beliellt tho people and meet
popular conditions, and one of the most
interesting of these that has ever been
invented is the Dr. White Fleet ric Comb,
patented Jan. 1, '!!. These wonderful
Combs positively cure (iandrulf, hair
falling out, sick and nervous headaches,
and when used with lr. White's V.lectric
Hair Brush nre positively guaranteed to
make straight hair curly in 25 days' time
Thousands1 of these electric combs have
been sold in various cities of the Union
and the demand is constantly increasing.
Our agents are rapidly becoming rich
selling these combs. They positively sell
on sight. Send for sample. Men's size
35c. ladies' 50c-(half price while we are
introducing them.) The Dr. White Elec
-.'"IX ANDREWS liLOCK-"
The Jim-xt line of wine, liquor and bext IraiuJxof cigars'.
THEO. SAG Ell , Proprietor
1 Selling More Goods Than Ever.
A ( omplcte line of (JROCKKIKS, HARDWARE,
DItYGOODS, JiOOTS t SIIOKS, and a complete
jine of SPRING (JOODS.
PuilfHiip: material of all kiixlH. Flour, (,eed, Grain,
Wind-mills, l'uinps. Tanks, Waon, IJugies, Kami
Implement.-!, Hardware, Harness, Saddles & etc.
? You Are Reading j
That's what it's here for:
To let you know that we handle a lino line of Con
fectionary, Tobacco, Canned Goods, and Every
thing to he found in a first class Grocery Store.
Give uh a trial. Yours for Bwsihess
1' 1. j l o
;KAt;r i.houkuist& iuvis;
ic.irrv the laigesl and most I
complete stock of (ieiientij
Mercliaildisi; in Sioux Conn
('AC 1' 2, A" our prices are inj
keeping with the tiunliy l j
trooils we sell. We do n.t keep!
'beap John goods and therefore!
wc do not sell at Cheap John
prices. We sell first class goods
jat. Inir prices. I
K.V I' 'd, We endeavor to cater
to the wants and needs of our
customers and our goods are
(selected with this intent.
successor to C If. NEWMAN
Linnber, Doors, 8ah, Lime,
Cool, Yagom, Jlwjgks and
Machinery of all Kind.
I aUo carry a line of Wind
Mill, Pumps, Piping,
Toicen, Wind Mill re
pairs, etc. etc. etc.
A large stock of feed, both
ground and ungronud al
ways on hand.
mail orders givea prompt
Give me a Call.
WANTED Agents, Hustlers, Salesm
Clerks and everybody who wants to en,
joy a good hearty laugh to send BOo for
Tips to Agents." Worth $r0 to any
person who sells goods Tor a living, If
not satisfactory your money back. Cir
cular for stump. The Dr. White Elec
tric Comb Co. Decatur, 111.
LAOH & SON
All ord.irs iivcn iiroinpt atteution,
Fai,T 4, We have jiist r I
ceived our Spring and Kumme
Invoice ol wliit.e waists Sc (lies
'joods, India Limons, (.'ambries,
I'erc.iles, (imghams, Sateens,
shirtings Henriettas, &c, &c.
KAt 'T ", Our line of Hoots &
jSlioes and Slippers is composed
ol the latest styles I rom tin
most reliable li''i"
KACI' (i, Everything umiuu.i
kept, in a General Store can In
found at our place.
BOURRET & DAVIS-
Tills great vcKctnlile vltallzer, tho prr
scriptlon of a fatuous French physician, will
iiicklv cure vou of nil or nervous discsses
of the Keiieriitive organs such ns lost Man
hood, insomnia, nams in the Rack, Seminal
Emissions, Nervous liehlllty, Pimples, I'll
fitness to nmrry, KxhnuHttng Drains, Vsi'ii'.o
celejiuil Constipiition. It stops Hi 1 losses hy
day or ni(,'ht. Prematurity, which if not
cheeked, lend to spermatorrhoea and all the
horrors ol I m potency. Cl'I'lDKNE cleanses
the lirerunil kiituevs. Ct: PI I KN K strength
ens mid restores The reiisun sutferers are
not cnreil hy itoetors is because ninety per
cent nr trouhlcd with Pros la tits. eCPI
ni'.NK Is I ho only known remedy to euro
without iinopenitlon. !i,H0( tisthiionliils.
,V w ritten Kimriuitee given and money re;
turnerl If six hoxi's (to not, eiTect a perma
nent cure..L$l.(Kl box; six for five by mail
send for free circular mid mt,linonialn. Ad
dress DA VOL MKIUCISK ( ()., SaiiKrancisco'
Ciiltfornhi. Vors.sloby Kiciuno ft JosEsi
All parties indebeted to Chas. Newman
bv note, or otherwise will find all bills,"
and notes at the Commercial batik for
collection. Please call and settle all
open accounts by note bankable or casl?
in hand and save costs.
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