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Harrison Press -Journal.
OFFICIAL 3?AJP23I3! OF SIOTJX CoTJTSJTY.
VOL. XVII. HARRISON,
ATJC3-. 11 10O4. NO. 7
LOCAL NEWS OF
K-il Dr. hnjiien lix-st.
Mrs. Jontw. muk 1 1 1 I rum
Z. F. Antrim was up tiom Bodirc last
sugar for Male at
returned from Hot Springs
rose Hood j.
w aa up from Moot'
Andrew Christen wns a Harrison visit
A good bulk coffee only 20c
per pound at Lowrys.
tiirtHamtto waa down
Jsoob Deos u
crack this week.
down from Indiao
Chan. Hibblen's father, of South Oma
ha, in visiting him thin weak.
The highest cash price paid
for hides at J. W. Ricedorffs.
c'liarlee Tho.ua and wife were down
from their ranch on Black Tail Tuesday.
The hay em are still finding hay to cut,
from the amount that in coming itto
John Anderson' having outfit went to
the upper AH to tuisel with hay than for
The finest line of fresh and
cured meat at J. W. Rice
dorffs. J. Bicerlorff went InChadron to visit
hi family Inst fintutdny and returned
A letter from L. C. Wright informs un
that l, i focaid now nnd is at work
ami likes ilia town of fturdon welt,
Head" carefully what our advertisers
hitvn tu xt-ll and don't forget to get their
pnc- on all kinds of good for they will
tr-at y.n riht.
Pickles! Pickles! The beat
Ed Mollingsworth was down from
Indian cieek Monday.
Michael Ruffing ami daughter were up
front Boggy Tueaday.
Indian creek Monday.
waa down from
Robert Lux and Jharlie 8uwart were
up from Carey Sunday.
vWni. Miller and Joho Coffee were
froji Bodarc yesterday.
A. L. Ring made a pleasant call
while in town yesterday.
Arthur Kline was down from Raw Hide
Sunday, returning Monday.
An addition is beiog built tu the stock
yards at this place this week.
Dr. Spindlo, the Crawford
LOUIS 03 REAL ESTATE
In response to considerable recent inquiry,
the COMMERCIAL BANK w phased to an
nounce special arrangement to make long-time
loans on Heal Estate.
Say what you want.
Mrs. Clarke and daughter went east last
Oeorge Oerlech went to Douglas this
John Herman was in from Eckard, 8.
0. yesterday .
J. T. Morris went to Alliance Monday
night to attend the Normal.
Carl Larson is moving into the Coffee
house north of town this week.
Eating and cooking apples
y Dr. Davis made a business trip to
Crawford the Unit of the week.
F. C. Burner and his mother left last
Friday for their home at Odebolt Iowa,
O. G. Wiggins wait up from the Shep
herd ranch Monday and spent the night
Charles Peterson of Fredrick, Wyo,
becomes a reader of the PtrsvJoCTtNAL
with this issue.
Rev. Daniels preached an interesting
sermon to an attentive congregation on
last Sunday night.
vMrs. J. H. Bartell nod children and
Mrs. F.arnest Lyons visited Un, Chan.
Smith ut Hewitt over Sunday.
The Kioux county Sunday School Asso
ciaUMi will be held at Harrison on sept.
17 and IS. We will give the program
I'r. Kindt r, ntwpHth of Chadron, will
be in Harrison Saturday. Parties wish
jng n tnke tifMnirnt will we him al
NMrs. J H. v iiiierinmittrfer ao .
Moritz, who hsv been visiting Mr.
Valdt-z nnr: family up in Wyoming for
tu i.i'l two week, returned borne Moil-
-We see from the .Noruml notes m
Pioneer Hnp that Miss Anna and ;sora
Neece were culled home on aocouot of
serious sickness (if their mother,
I S, Slnr.eckar an attorney from
Omaha was s'Jtifg up our town last week
and w e are glad that he has concluded to
lotsite here and will be on hands in about
Francis Duel went . Pleasant Ridge
yesterdiiy to put up hay for his father.
He took out a mun with him by the
name of Oeorge Jackson, who is from
Judge Westoveri being strongly push
ed as candidate for Governor and ha has
pot refused to be a candidate if both ooe
veotions nominate him, and if nominated
he will make a streng oaadidaU.
The only place to get Deer
ing Twine is at Oerlacha fe
eons. Binders, mowers and
Dr. Spindlo will be in
Harrison again at the office of
Dr. Davis for two days Aug,
12 and 13 to attend to U tooth
Dick Corbet, who has been at Chad son
for tbe past three weeks receiving osteo
pathy treatment, came up Saturday
morniog to vieU for a while. He is lm
proving slowly but we hope to tee biro
all right soon.
tttrwyed or eHolem.
One light bay hone with black maae
end tail, ad weigh about IMfi pouods
and is branded
left shoe Ider
I will p ly
same at ray
S for the re tare of the
ranch live miles east of
We hud the pleasure veeterday of
meeting Dr. Nnurer, osteopath of Chiul
ion, ttiui tie will make regular visits here.
Lie wiil u.uiic lify first Vt!"'t ;tHy ,
The Deinocruts met in convention last
Saturday and elected Sheriff Lowry and
J. U. Lucy as deleKa'es to attend tbe
state ivuvenlion which met as Lincoln
Not-with standing the extremely dry
weather for the pant month or so we
noticed some healthy looking grain
slacks at M A. Bannou's and H. Wicker
William Lacy iold his house in town
Moiday to Carl Luron. Mr. Larson
will take possession in about thirty days
and Mr. Lacv will have another house
buiil as soon as possible.
The brother of John and Chas, Hanson,
who has been here on a visit for some
time, left for Ma Orove, lows Saturday
nigbt, He ordered the Pbmi-JocmaL
sent to him at that place.
omer Kennedy has been having coo-
sklerable trouble with his throat and
Tuesday he came to town and had it
lanced. On eaami nation Dr. Davis found
10 aboeaeM in the throat, which were
removed, and Homer it getting rid of hie
throat trouble now.
At a meeting of the cabinet of the
Epworth League, after church, on last
Sunday night it wae decided to start up
the Leafue agaia, and the first meeting
will be held on Sunday night Augutt the
SI. Don't forget the date.
John Biegel waa dowo from his ranch
on Indian creek Tuesday.
John Manteller sold his residence in
town to Theo. Sagert and we understand
that his family will move to the eastern
part of the state soon.
We learn (just before we go to prees)
that Hybolm Peterson's wife on Char
coal, near Olen, has small pox and Dr.
Meredith has vaccinated Peter Morten
sen's family and others.
From the amount of mowing machines
that are being so!d by our merchants and
the amount of hny that is being brought
into town it shows that our country can
produce the grns yet if we cat only get
a little meisture.
VM-k. Werst and daughter Elizabeth,
mother and sister of Mrs. F. W. Clarke,
who have been here visiting the latter for
the past month, left for their borne in
Chicago Tuesday evening. They spent
lt Sunday with Mr. and Mm. J. H.
Cook of Agate.
Foe Sale 30 tons of hay 4 miles oorth
west of town. RoaT. KtsX.
Those rhipping cattle from here Tues
dav were C. B. Hollingsworih 8 cars.
Bourret nnd sousScnrs. Henry Wertz 1
car. Oeorge Davis 1 car, Con Parsons
car. Frank H utfo. I car. Oorhin Bros, t
cars and Will Hny tend John Hanson each
shipped a car from Coffee's siding. , .
AM psrtie knowing themwlves indebt
ed to Dieckm m & Ut V will do me a
fsvor bv kettlinif by b flrt of Sept. as
I nm inlerest'si in the sairss and would
like to hit ve the amounts settled in some
wsv bv that tune. I Remain yours
Vernon Hanson, who has been clerking
. . . .I.!. fni. Ih.
n tne arug snr p -
. l . 1
part two years, oepnneo ior vyr-n.iu
Monday evening. Vern won mny
friends during hi tV here who hated to
witness his departure, and the PhESS
JOURNAL wishes him success wnever ne
Mrs. Mary Kratz was a caller at Mrs.
Fellers one day this weak.
Fritz Piper and Joe Rose are busy
making hay on the divide.
Miss Nellie Spease is working for the
family of Anton Meckem's.
Hen tellers made Ins lamuy a visit on
Hatcreek last Sunday.
Chas. Stewart and Robert Lux mad
a trii to Harrison and Mrs. Lux and child
ren accompanied them home.
Miss Rilla Kratz accompanied by her
mamma made a trip to Crawford ooe day
last week where Miss Rilla hail some den
tal work dooe.
Dr. Richards from Crawford has made
several trips out on Cottonwood to see
Mrs. Fellers who is very sick with
As Mr. Spease had the misfortune of
breaking down his hinder he employed
Chas. Slewsrt and Robert Lux to llnisl
cutting Ins gram.
Oram ix ripening so fast that the people
are obliged to cut in the week time, Sul
days and niahls besides as Ed Fellers was
seen out the other night with the lantern
tied to his binder till 11 o'clock.
eIN ANDREWS BLOCK-"
The fu test line of wines, liquors and best branda-of cignrt,.
THEO. SAGEBT, Proprietot.
6ERLAGH & SOU
. C, Spease was
on the sick list last
Wrs. M E. Dunn, mother of R C, Dunn
arrived here from Wilber, Neh. lasr
Thursday morining to visit for a short
time. She was here some two or three
years ago and at that time wasn't much
.leased with our town, but she seems ne-
lighted with it now and says she wouio
like to live here, and will probably come
here and live next summer We wel
come her in our midst.
Mr. and Mrs. L C. Wright Wftlati
Friday night for Oordoe where Mr.
Wright will enter the employment of
the Gordon Journal. A large number of
friends gathered at the station to bid
them food bye, aad wishing them success
io their new home, L. C.'a familiar fore?
will be misesd on our atreeta at be hes
been ieietsUfled with tbeeewteeeer work
of this place for a number of years, and
can stick a bout at much types any man
in the northwest. We wish him euocesa
on hit new told of labor hoping be and
hit family may And - welcome among
the hospitable people of Qordoe,
Xotlee to Taipayers.
Notice is hereby given that On Septem
ber 15, 1KM distress warrants will be fs
sued by this office for the collection of
all unpaid personal taxes for the year
ltOS. The provisions of the revenue law-
requiring the County Treasurer to file a
list of unpaid personal taxes witn tr.e
unty Clerk on October lt makes this
action necessary and no exceptions can
be made. Caul M. Lox.
Having had a three months vacation
we again enter Into the work of the Dev
il. We will open our II and dirty our
res-ree- anil C, if we can't do as well if
not better tlwo we did before. We have
had a very good time during our vac' i n
and drifted over next to the Pacific and
mutt say we saw many wonderful eigMt
between here and there, bnt nothing at
tracted us enourh to hold us away from
"Old Sioux". There it an eld song which
it always new "Home Sweet Home".
Sioux County hat always been our home
and no doubt It always will be. Wo will
say to our sister and brother correspond
ente to tend in your item as heretofore
and help ua along to make the Jociwal a
blessing in erery horns and we will push
Blaine Booth came down from Casper
Saturday where he has been herding
hheep this summer.
Jusper Miller nnd son of Marshsltown
lit., sou in law and grand sou of R. C.
Tally are visiting the latter.
Mrs. Theresa Feller is very sick. Dr.
Richards was called to see her Sundny
and he called agaia on Monday,
Harvest is nuout over, O. C. Tally
takes the lead as the champion harvester,
having cut over 100 acres or grain last
Mr. Button a former resident, is here
yisiling old friends and neighbors. He
expects to return to the Black Hills in a
The Ladies Missionary Society will
meet at the Union Star church for an u 11
days meeting Thursday Aug. 18th. All
the ladies are cordially invited.
Anton Kratz purchased a new binder
last week. He says he meant to be inde
pendent und cut his grain wh"n it is ripe
and not have to wait until home one else
is ready to cut it for him.
Two weeks ago Rev. McNab went to
Harding S. D. to visit his family, np to
date he has not returned, last Sunday
was his regular day to preach at Union
Star but he did not appear, or send any
word when he would be back.
Selling More Goods Than Ever.
A complete line of GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
I DRYGOODS, BOOTS & SHOES, and a complete
line of SPRING GOODS. J
I H 1 1 t H H HIH I itdde
Huilding material of all kinds. Flour, Feed, Grain,
Wind mills, Pumps, Tanks, Wagons, Buggies, Faun
Implements, Hardware, Harness, Saddles & etc;
All ordars riven prompt attention. .
You Are Reading
That's what it's here for:
To let yon know that we handle a fine line of Con
fectionary, Tobacco, Canned Goods, and Every
thing to be found in a first class Grocery Store.
J Give us a trial. Yours for Business,
! A. LOWRY.
TMt QUESTION OF SOF"ES.
te Benefit of
ef Opinion as
Aa old Italian proverb hat It that
"Who goea to bed eupperlett all night
mm Met and totter " A Portugueee
laying la. "li you would be 111. tap
tad tbet go to eleep."
It It plain, American Medicine een
Itades, that the "potted wtsdora" of
proverbs will give no decltlve rule as
to digestion during eleep. Tbe ene
kom of an after dinner nap It common
hi tlmott all Italian aad Oriental
tonntiiet. but It la contradicted by an
tld Latin proverb which the Germane
tad the Kagltth In turn have trana
lated: "ACler dinner alt a. alle, after
tapper walk a mile."
At a rule, the northern, and ea pe
rkily the Anglo-toaxoe, races incline
io think that digestion It nM tbe beat
At to drinking, the people'! expert
tejee It that "he who gone to bed
UUrety rises healthy." Aa age comet
en digestion growa more difficult, ao
that the 8paalth aay, "Who ttealt aa
eld maa'a ttpper does Mm no wroM."
Aa egg. aad be bed,
fact i. bourret & davis
carry tne lai'Kesi ami most
complete stock of lienrrtl
Merchandise in Sioux Coun
FACT 2, All our prico r in
keeping with the cjuali y of
oods we seil. We do n-t keep!
Cheap Johngoodsand theretore,
we do not sell at Cheap John
prices. We sell tint class goods
at fair . prices.
FACT 4, Ve have jui.t.---
oeiveo our rtpneg an I Summer!
In .lice or white waiste A drs
gods. India Limons. Cauuirics
Percales, Oinghams. Sateenw'
Shirtings H iirieiias. S- .t
FACT 5, Our line of Boou 21
noes and Slippers is composed!
I II ie latest styles I nun II
.ost. relishl twins
iFAcT 3, We endeavor to cater
to tlie wants and needs or our
customers and our goods ar
ilected with this intent.
IFACT 0. Evervtiiiuir u.ii
Kept III a Oeneral Store can 11
ouno at our place.
BOURRET & DAVIS.
C H UNITT Manllooci Restored
successor to C. H. NEWMAN
Lumber, Doors, Sah, Lime,
Coal, Wagons, Buggies and
Machinery of all Kinds.
I also carry a line of Wind
Mills, Pumps, Piping,
Towers, Wind Mill re
pairs, etc. etc. etc.
A large stock of feed, both
ground and ungrouud al
ways on hand.
mail orders given prompt
Give me a Call.
WANTED Agents, Hustlers, Saletm
Clerkt and everybody wlw wanta to en,
Joy a good hearty laugh to tend 50c for
"Tips to Agents." Worth $M to any
person who telli goodt for a living. If
not satisfactory your money back. Cir
oular for tlamp. The Dr. White Blee
trie Coetb Oe. Deoafrur, III.
J This great vegetsblevltallzer, the sre-
ecnption oi a rsmous rrencn pnysietan.wtll
quickly rure too of all or nervous disease
of the rsnerutive orxsus such ss lest Hsu
hood. Insomnia, psina In the ItseaVSetninal
Kmlstlons, Nervous Mebltlty, Phnples, Vn
lltnesata marry. Exhsusttng Drains, Varies
cele and Conatipstlon. It stops all losses by
day or tilfht. Pretustarlty, wblek If net
checked, lesd to pernislorrhoea and all th
Horrors rr linpetenc. CUPIDBMB cleans,
the liver snd kidnsys. CUPIDBMB strength
ens sad restores The reason sneerers are
not rured by doctors is beraese ninety pee
cent are troubled with Preetatlte. UUi't
DENE la the only known retnedf to earn
without sa operation.. tjw clstlmealals.
A wrltun guarantee given and mosey re
turned If six boxes do net effect a perasa
nent cura.Lgl.M s box ; six for tee by nail
send for freeclrealar and wstlmonlals. Ad
drees DA.VOL MEI)lCiaECa,IUnrrsaelsee
California, for isle by Btcaaav AJotaa
All parties indebetod to Chae. Newmaa
by note, or otherwise will Ond all billa,
and notes at the Commercial- Bank for
collection. Please call and eettle all
open acoounu by noU bankable or caeh
in hand aad save costs.
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