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OFFICIAL PAPBB OF SI' 'UIK CoTjrNI T.
VOL. XVII. HABRIS02ST, 1TBBBASKA.
JTJ."Li" 1904. 1S3 O. 3
local news of
Huj .llg ill sll COtlinieUCSS.
Lr. T. II . Spiudlo the Ciaw ford dentist
Kiiiford Hill was in tbacity Tuesday.
Vernon H.n h:i rt Sunday at Craw
ford, John H.egel won hi the city on business
Claus ChrisU-usen was attending court
Mi of Sioux county at 10c each at
Seviral frn Alliance is in attendance
at c urt here.
Kx-i'ounty clerk 11a uni has been in the
citv Una week.
Miss (if rtm Hourret went to Alliance
Hutur luv mlil.
Jolm Jlurkeis working
barn at present.
at tlio liverv
A ugusl Ring was am.in; the visitors to
tins ity Tuesda) .
Kd Holhngsworth wan doing Iiihidhs
in tin citv Moi.il.tv.
John Plunkett and .vife ai up from
t heir ram h Sat urd.iy.
Tii" finest line of fresh and cured meats
at J, W. l'.lrU! H.Kir's.
'A. W. Himakt-r ! in Harrison on
b u tiness last ri'uliiv.
Iih.i, O'i '..tin. :r is working
Ward III III" h.iv ll.dd.
I.tuie Andreamri, of ( 'raw ford, mm ir.
this vicinity on business fore pari ol t J
Tin I- f!.. dwo
Sett llTS i'.t Alllll'Ce I
Oil" (if till'
ill this citv
-nan iu '1 !.
!, S. .).. !.
I Jiil-r were .low n
!. Thoitdav iiml
. -ti r i tt i and Ins mother were up
:!ros on linsitn.-s Monday and
Severnl from lltr.!o'i nt'ended the
funeral of I. tile Hiilh Hall at, H.id.trc
X e-liiia v.
-Pitt f.icv, Jr., went, to Andrews H"V
dav night wl.cie hi! will work at the
V.'ilks Finest and fatnily, of Sett's
Ifiiilf, were vi.itirg with friemlsin liar
rison this week.
Mro, fbiis, Hihh-ln'h sisters who have
been staving hero for some tone past,
departed for their home last Friday
Pete Allison whs 111 the citv Monday.
JiewasB phasatt caller nt this office
ntnl romcmliereJ tis with a few years suit
Kcnptioti. Mrs. Henry Warneke, accnnipainel bv
her sister, arrived lier from Colorado
Monday morning and will remain hi;r
At the democrat 10 convf-nfinn held nt
Ht. Louis, Alton P.rooks Parker of New
York was nominated for president and
Henry (. Davis, of West Virginia, for
A heavy thunder ami w ind storm visit
ed thin section on Tuesday evening, at
Highland it wrecked Henry Covy's wind
null and sheds but no other damage to
itpea!: of was done.
Hurry Miner, ft nephew of Len Dout,
arrived here from Philadelphia last
Thursday morning for a Visit and to
look over the country. I his i Mr.
Dhner's lht trip west nnd he expresses
himself well pleased with both the coun
try and thd people.
Hids Willi) received by the under
signed until July .3. to repair school
house in dist. 1 Hi.uu county, Neb.,
uHoot A notes southwest nf Ft. Uohinson
n White rive.". Ucpnirs to I as fol
lows; About SiOO ft. Kidding, one coat of
while fiimt on outside, alrtliasUne on in
Hide, foundation repaired and a few loads
of gravel hauled. For further Informa
tion inquire of director. Hids will I
od at school house July , at 1 ;a
Roard reserves th right, to reject,
',nv and till bids JiHS W. FKY, Hirector. '
ti Crawford d. ot.st i IT.T.H .Sj.io llo
Judge t 'Hies of 'had run wan attending
court here Monday.
Remember the JoCKXAL ben you have
vour contest liuhlislKd.
T!e highest rali (irae oaid for hitleH
at J. W. lfii EiKjurK's.
I rai.k Hussel ai.d two MU rs were ii
from Glen on Tuesday.
John Meckem ( i .'arey, wuh amort! the
couit visitors this week.
Peter Murtenen was; up from Glen on
business last Thursday.
lin k Uichards, the Crawford dru't'ist,
was in this city last Thursday.
Andrew Christum was down
I'leas.Uit Hidfje last .Saturday.
' Ktvid Anderson was down from Ard
more on Tuesilay of tins wesk.
Hob Porter came down from his South
Dakota ranch Sunday evening.
John Kay and Mr Iyeelinn were tip from
Marsland th- first, of the week.
The. amount of extra trains looks lis if
stock sliippuij,' had ( "ILIIM in vl.
(ie. , Siiahl was in from the Seaman
rancb over i:u;ht las'. Frui ty nilit.
L. K lli'iid -r oi arey, Is'comes a sul
m rihi r to tie) Jot liNAI. with this isiiie.
string ol fun
grant wagons passed
, , , , , ,, ,
through here Moialav headed lor Idaho.
Howard Murke is assisting V. F. Pontius
111 the county clerk's i fli. u at present.
Mr. nod Mrs. 1 1 . am nierian were
from the valley oh M'-mlav "1 tlnst
Several of Harrison's Citizens ...peril
Sunday i-lung along Hat creel; and
We learn that Jo
thri e Ie 11 I of (-a1 lh k.
Week h f' 're las'..
St nrdi va'it l.ad
1 1 by lilili'incg
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Kersham A'ts up Irooi Ills l i'trii
in I took a new M.i 'oinui li liiiid
r h in
" ! 1. ei t'a' ion. Mr S: . art retunied Salur-
Mrs. R. A. Pigi low's mother i.rriv-ed ,i,iy u,.,j Jfr. 1 ;r ngS.am w ei.t to M.iilioo
here f roin I 'ie ea .1 last l'rulav 111, d wilil,
ii ni.iiii hen- for a visit.
.... . .
FoR SM" One good wl'ile-f,i
vertr-oil iniM. Call rr address
Moi'ieit-sai, (ilen, Neti.
Pet' r :
! route lor yoniing.
Joe S'lirdiyard and Zed (h.odwin werej A'l'-r ithuit liir.e weeks sojourn here
up from the south part of the county on 1 Mrs. E I, Kn eieU Moii'lav to do mis
hiisiness the latter part of last week, Isionary work in other parls of the state.
11. H, Russell, of (ilen, was tn-.n'Mi-ting
business in this citv last Thursday. He
was a pleasant cb Her at this ollli e,
""Mrs. Ernest Plunney and hahv went t i
Fort Uohinson Saturday evening where
thev will visit with relatives for a week.
John Urown arid wife who have lieen
visiting in the east for several wiek, rv
turiifd to their home in tins county last
Thos. Ilines' brother. M. H. Hines. left
for his home at Hn elnke, Wis., last, week
Mr. limes is well pleased with what he
saw of this country.
Mrs. C.H. Unitt. nnd children, who
have lieen visiting nt Seward, Neb., for
the past live weeks, returned to their
home in this city last Friday,
Frank Wright, who has Ih?pii working
at the livery barn for some time past,
has resigned that position anil accept" d
one as foreman of the Marsleller ranch
southwest of town.
Allen (i. Fisher, of Chaiiron, ami v
II. Fanning of Crawford was in itltend
ance at court Tuesday. They return, d to
their homes that night having' finished
their legal work here.
We notice hy the Chadrm .Toiirna
that Father McNamara, who has be-n
located tit Cbiiilron for the ppt live
years, has been transferred to Omaha
where ho will liava complete charge of
St, James Orphiiiiuire. Ila ts succeeded
by Father JWne.t, of Norfolk.
John IWiano, nged fiO years, died of
heart failure, at his home near Montrose
on last Saturday morning a 10 o'clock
A. M. Mr. 1'aheno has been a resident of
this coiintity for scvtral years past nnd
his death is ft sad blow to the community
in which he lives. The remains were
buried in the Catholic cemetery nt Mont
rose at 8 o'clock Monday morning.
A wife and large family nrs left to mourn
the loss and they have the sincere ttytn-
. Mis Anna Moravek. of F. I.'einont. S,
i p., is visiting with lriend and rt-I tlive
in tin, city.
I Ruth, the 7 months old child nf Mr.
1 and Mis M ttl I tall, died at the home of
I Mrs. Strait Jor..au in Harrison at T
j o'clock Monday morning. Lltt Ie Ruth
; .,ken sick abut threw Wdekiapaml
' si. tiered unt,.!'l aony until relieved-
bv death, (i.-i.tle hands cared for this
little one aid did tverjthintr ti ivserve
life but It was (Jod's will that she was
called In 'ine to dwell where sorrow and
sadness is ui known. bile It Is sad to
part wild our loved ones, but we know
when they are taken from ussu tcutw
that a bright home awaits then). The
funeral services we conducted at Ihxlarc
yesterday morning bv U'-v. lianielsand
the remains were buried in the Hodarc
ceiiietrv. The he caved relative ha e
the heartfelt s mpatliy of all.
Canl T Tiianks.
To the peoj le ol Harrison and P...darc
who mi kindly assist d us in our threat
lierea vemeiit we oiler our heart felt
thanks. Mit. AM) Mi:s. F. M. II.U I.
District i '. nrt convened Tu.iilay w i'h
jilde W, II. Westover on the h'iich,
an. I S.'ott as rejKirter. Tiasd.ty was taken
up In disposing of c i-es lliat tt.'as of little
importai.i e. AI..1II 15 o'cloivk iij the afier
noiiti coi.rt adj Hirnid tmtil yesterday
morning w hen they commenced to s Iei t
jurors lor the Connolly trial, (Jotiuty
attorney OVimi.ell, ,f this place and
.'i.tt.'inev Mitchell of Alliance, on the
pru-ei ti t ion ai d I ('. Ki'ie'natiof Alliance
.. .1 IV. .1 IV la ,.f i ' 1 1,,, il ,,f i.iihu
j " 'c,
I of t In-r.iie. It was iieivs. irv to soiiion
about li irt y eM ra j oors in order to get
a jury lor tl," trial. As we went to
press lale last evening a jury had not yet
ll "I'll :tcut''d.
J. 15. IVurke was pi asaut caller in
thi -e parts last Friday,
K"V. rd' Na'.h ni..t his iipj ointment at
( lien Suiiil.iy returning home Moi.lay.
lie will bold -11 vices at Union Star next
1 Sin 'la v ' li' 1 T' li Ins!.,
j fist tveek Chns. Sl.-wurt and Jos. ph
I'i oii'I,.'!"! took a trin to lb- Pose Hud
I Is inc IVn'iir.ier, 1
old time r.-idenl
, Ins frien.U and
He Was ai I 'lio-
; C I Oi tO
llei rhl-i.rs i til ' V Ti:
1 pained by his I inoiy ;::!! they wire 1:1-
While she was here 11 meeling was held
nt U'ibt. llariifons at which lime th"
l,"n on Star so. i"ty w as re-orgariized ai d
one of t he ph aant teat ores of 1 his meet
ing for the I lilies was the visit to the
home of Mr. arid Mrs, Harrison and the
s eing d t lees lioieii with friiit.and later
tei)ai'oMi"r enjoyable meeting w as held at
the home of Mr. and Mis. Amos Price,
wh"ii the Willow Dale society decided to
take a new start. On Sunday she trave
an interesting nddres after Sunday
school and tin? people showed their Appre
ciation and regard for her ell'orts by the
'arge attendance, there being about 100
"freer. Zimmerman and wifo have ben
spending a week at old Woman looking
after their interests" there.
Rev. McNab of Carey, will hold servic
es at Bodare. every third Sunday, his
next appointment being July IMth.
Mr. and Mis. John Drown who have
been visiting their former home in Scott
landS. I), the past month returned last
lKMiss lilancbe CofTee neenmpanipd 1 y her
cousin's Hurry and lh-x Coffea nnd Mrs.
Alva Snyder came over from Kunning
C-n tee cream party wais given at, the
I I om of Albert Rind Monday evening, in
I h.ei! r of their gu-sls. Miss Pheob- Dean
I nnd Miss IJ-lli Freeman of Criwford. A
pleasant nvening is r. ,,orted.
iicconnt, nfthe duil weather last
noibiiiL' much could be done in the
bay Held, but this week the Minnd of the
mower is heard from morning till n ht,
and business ru-hing nnd the slacks of
buy are going up rapidly.
Mr. KminaL Rice kept her appoint
riient with us June 25 we were glad to
welcome her back nnd sorry that her stay-
wit h us was so brief but we dare to hope
that the wornans Missionary society will
need looking after again sometime in I bo
future and slw may timk us another anil
a longer visit.
The l .riou Fun-th pissed o IT very
ip uctly in liit Ya-liey as nearly everyone
j wviit to II trrison t i celebrate, only 'Jy
attended the picnic f .r the stay at homes,
U'lt thev all a.gf.-t-d they had a iiood tin e
Jand enjttyej the day, eiesially the child
i reo wli h t il "in ''ii. and s'.eakiiv aad
I (n J to o!iler!a.lu tin) older folks
M A. C.
Mr. Fnlz Piper went to Aidmore the
J din Howard went to Alliance the 11th
Mr Lutheran he!il their ntissfmary fes
tival the lUtb at Crawford.
Me. and Mr, t'has. Nortness received
a visit from their daughter Sun.
Mr. I liini s from Ardrnore was in this
I icality looking for several stray steers,
Palmer is sole proprietor of the saw
mill on Soldier deck having bought out
bis pat ! u er.
Uolti-rt Lux is through working for
Mr. Speiis- and is engaged in painting his
fathers f irm ho-ise.
The hoys on the cri'el; are e xpei t it,e to
have a ball game on Sunday 1 !,. 1 Tt h III
lhe lieigo'in. liood of ( -orge Sliaws.
Jos'ph nuigham went to the Hose Hud
reservation last. Tut -day to look t Vi r
lands i. iid up to date has not retuna-d,
Some of tho e w no made
trip to ( 1 iw lord from the
Joe il lK-nrv 1 rickee
a t u-ii.t ss
hviile w ere
and J i . 1 1 !
Toe h o s" pia was strayed or stol.-n
from Me. l.o;, d ti I in- 4' li til July w'a
lout,.: on ll.e reservalion wnh out the
N'-l-- 1 ''t"i'ori on
bad T !, niisl ,r 1 one
an 111. J he'iig r.,ile
r i rc I;
-e .a horse, t he
lor. d man on
the hank slip,
and broke Ins l-g so Mr.
litd to lull him..
Km est Carlson and Macom Worthing
Ion :ne huil'hi.g a f: nine boil'-" 011 ihe
divid,- we s ipp. .se it I on .1 r.iO n-re
bomesiei'!, antun" svunto g inn. th.rg
done in lb it inn; would do Weil by s,.eing
li.tss. it ret n -i i
'l-V .1.1 v.
en sunn, v.siied ii'ii'iiu. near Harrison
the last ol i be w e. k.
Messrs lain, !Ut-:oti anil Fi!7gerald
of slab tow n were east Andrews v
Clurn (Jbrist.ensen and K
made Perla Jones a pleasant call Satur
Messers Jones and II. igermaii, Floyd
,'iid I'ansy visited at Joe Varlcy ' sou lii
of lla.-ri.son Sunday.
Miss Anna Hanson of Crawford visiKd
Mr. and Mrs. Hughes since the 4i h r-tin ti
ll) her home Monday evening.
Mrs. Ilagerman and baby of saw dost
and Mrs. Jones of east Andrews ivy re
visitors at Proclorville Sunday,
Frank I'wis moved to their claim
nearer Harrison lat FrVay, Lorau is
keeping bachelors hall. We are sorry
they have moved so far away.
Mr. . bristensen branded his calves the
other day. Miss Clara, is the proud
owner of a new saddle nnd pony, Clara.
I'erla and Tlxuras are the Andrews
Mini g cowboy's tins summer.
A. L. Hageriiuin and family came over
from saw dust Saturday to visit, friends
and get some wagon work done, lh and
Mr. Jones, .lone a (hie joh when it comes
to work of that kind they are bard to
Mr. Proctors brother Charlie returned
to his home last week he had n very
pleasant visit with his brother and
family, viewed our charniimng hilla paid
a visit, to saw (last, and hunted for jack
rabbits and after an exciting time beard
tbatJ. H. killed four coyotes we are
sorry he could not have stayed lon.'er
a( there are a few more coyotes which
we would have liked to have him help
catch. Mabehowi como again uft.-.rl
tl.em w e hope so.
Mrs. Hagenian nnd Mrs. Junes are
carrying the mail to Agate this week.
Agatu is the lovliest place we remem
ber of ever seeing (lowers, tret sand grass
lovely garden and buildings and Oh! niy
the lame currents of which we haven't
seen for many years, the bushes are
loaded. We were m ide welcome and
entertained with true hospitality. We
were almost sorry the time came tj
start homo so quickly, hut Uncle Sam
ilont cure for such things, his work must
bo dona on lime.
E a u
The fintd line of witex, lltuorx and bent brand's of cijars.
TUEO. SAGERT, Proprietor.
A complete line oi' GRUCERJKS, irAKDWAI'iK,
IU VfHX I)S, JJOOTS&SI1UKS, and a complete
line of Si'lUXG GOODS.
"',' V ,-WV
I'uildiiiLr iiiaterinl of .-ill kinds. Flour, Feed, Grain,
Wind-mil).--, Pumps, Tanks, vVaons, ! iiiies, Faun
Impleiiieiit;-;, Hardware, llaineso, Saddles & etc.
You Are 1
Tliit'is whot it'is liere for:
To let you know that we handle a line line of Con
fectionary, Tobacco, Canned floods, and Fvery
tliina: to he found in a. first class Grocery Store.
Cive a trial.
i-jv-i -M-i'M ''W-:,H'
r iiu l v3
fact i. hourret& oavis
carry the laigest. and niosc
.-omi.lete stock of (ieneilll
in Sioux Conn
FAC I' 2, All our prices are mi
keeping with lhe ijuali'y id j
goods we sell. We do ll'.t keep;
j-. 'heap John goods and t here! ore,
; w," do not sell nt. ( 'heap John;
prices. We sell lirst class goods
;at fair prices. j
' I' We endeavor to caler,
!to the wants and needs of our!
customers and our goods arej
jseh etc.! w ith tins intent. j
C. H. UNITT j
successor to 0. Jf.NEWMAN
j-rTp5 j SJ
j r, 7 t
Coal. Wagon, Jhigahs and
Machinery of all Kunh.
I also carry a, line of Wind
Milh, Pxtmpx, Piiiing,
Towers, Wind Mill re
jxirf), etc. etc. etc.
A large, utock of feed, both
ground ami vngrouud al
ways on hand.
Giva nis a Call.
W ANTE ) Agents, Hustlers, Salesm
('lerks and everybody who wants to en,
joy a pood hparty laugh to send fiOu for
'Ti(is to Agents." Worth "i0 to any
ierson who sells goods for a living, If
not satisfactory your money back, Cir
cular for slump. The Dr. White Elee
trio Comb Co. Decittitr, III.
Goods Than Ever.
5 '.'V V-
AI! ord li s lvea )n-oni!i Mtt''Ul :on,
e a cl i n r
Yours for Kissiness,
FACT 4, We have just
ceived o'.irSprn-g and Si'innnS
Invoice of white waists si et
goods. India I. inioiis, ( .'ani ons '
Percales, ( i inghaiiis, Sat - ' i
jShirtiiigs Henriettas, &c. ESf J
.'FAcT'S.-Our liu-ol Hoots&
;Shoes and Slippers is composed i
ol Hi'.-" latest styles from the '
jniost reliable bouse
FACT 0, Ever thing usually
ikept- in a (b-neral Store can he
ifonnd at our place.
BOURRET & DAY IS.
! Manhood Restored
Tins crest veget'.hlc vltaltser, the prr-
hi-ri p. ion oi a itunous r reneii iii sif;inii, will
(inieklv cure von of all or nervous dlHeitseA
of the penei'.itive oiirioiH sn.'li ns lost Man
ho.sl, insoniiiln, pious in tint r.nck, Si'ininul
1-iiuisnioiis, Nervous lielillity, IMinjiles, Vn
lltneit to anirry, Kliaiisiing Driiliis, yurleo
ecle anil Constiput ion. !t Mtops nil kisses by
ilsy or nlglit. I'reiuntiu-ity, wlildi if not
checked, loud to sjternmlorrlioe!. and all the
horror or IniiinteiH-y. CCIMDENK cleituseV
I he liveramt k dnevs. Vl'lDKN K s'rciigth
eiisnad reti)res. '1 lie reusi in niitfereri, are
not cured by doctors is Is'riiuse ninety per
cent lira troubled with Prnstiitlts. Ct'l'l
UV.NK Islheonly known remedy to cure
without nn opcrution. S,1K)( list linontiils.
A written giiiirnatee nivcu qnd money re
turned If six boves do not effect n perma
nent, cunt, gl im ii box ; six for flvo by mail
scud lor free circular .old teitlinonlals. Ad
dress IiAVUI, M hlUCIN li CO., San Km arisen
Cnlilornla. For side by HnaiAiili a.Iosks
All parties indnheted to Chas. Newmah
by note, or olherwisa will find all bills',
and notes nt the Commercial Hank for
collection. Please call and RUle alt
open accounts by note bankable or cash
in baud and save costs.
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