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'mv Harrison Press - Journal. OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIOUX OoTJTY. EsiftbMgfcwel 1 M Altrri willi ua VOL. XVn. HABBISON. 1TBBRASKA, vJAIsT. 26, 1905. 2S3 O. 31 LOCAL NEWS OF THE WEEK Piiblit-aUoo of con twit notices $7.90. Lksn't forget tiiat we handle stationary All kinds of fredi crackers al Lowry a. Jack Meltlee aa up from Marslaod Uu week. Dr. Spindlo, the Crawford dentist Fresh Bulk coffeo 21b. for SjcU. Lowry's. Walter Woodruff waa a Harrixoo visitor this week. Children OVERSHOES at cost for cash at Oerlath & Hon. County maps for sal at this office, Both on paper and card board. Gordon is having a great revival with over 100 conventions. Praise the Lord. The highest cash price paid for hidesatJ. V. Ricedorffs I. B. Burke returned Wednexday morn ing from an extended trip on the Platte river. The finest line of fresh and cuied meats at J. W. Rice dorffs. Moriu Wilhermsilorfer who we re ported 'i k last week is very much improved. Dr. Spindlo, dentist. Crown and Bridge work a specialty. lui'lex lis slwved up subscrip tion i . Oiarlie has a grt bit heiirt forth poor printer. James Csnnslly who has beea waiting the action of the supreme court was re leased yesterday on 10,000 dollar bonds. Ymv. Vifk was culled to Pleasant Uidjje Turs-tay to conduct the funeral services of Mia Bertha Thompson, who died last Hufdav. twn Lrvling and O. O. Wight's had their hearing Iwfore the county court lasg week and the costs were tased p to Mr. Wiggins. Francis hhine,' the Provident Saving life insurance agent tmt has been here for ebeut two months, left for New Mexico Monday evening. Mrs. John Finley and children left last FrtfUj evening for Lincoln where they will stay for about six months with Mrs. Finlev's brother, Verona Vlle, Roy Larson, Daisy Hollingsworth. Emma Sagert, Charlie Lewis' children and Elsie Hill are on the sick list this week. A car loud of liortm was shipped from h-re the first of the week made up by W. II. Davis and John Dieckniann. John lJieckmnnn accompanied them. GRAND BALL. Will given every Saturday evening during the monlh of January. R. C. Ijiun. We learn the people of Bodarc are go ing to put in a telephone line in the near future connecting them with this city. This should have been done years ago. Mike Jordan arrived from Lincoln last Saturday morning and informed us that be placed Barney in the Enright and Car ber Sanatorium. The Pwovs-JournaL will go to him every week. Miss Clara Kirkputrick, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Alice Hill and family, at Bodarc for about two months, left for liar home in the eastern part of the state last Friday evening. TO Cl'MC A OOl.tl IN OSK DAY. ake laxative Hromo (Julnlne Tsliets. All drnKRl1 refund th limnny If It fslls to rare, bos. K. w . tirove's signature la on every Suits to fit all six-s from the largest man to t e smallest ly. and the prices are down to bed rock. Come and get our price. Bourrel A lvis, Jees Crawford and Russell Smith had a jur which disfigured Jess's physiognony vwe hat ami Jena had Smith arrested, nnd brought before Jurfye Wilhermsdor (r who Vch.J ili.a Smiih stieulii pay a line of 10!00 ami lu pay all cost. The trouble begao lo the Harrison House and emled at Judge Dorfer's court. The way ot the tnagresnor is harJ. CfTRAY "OTICE Strayed or driven from the Y B ranch near Crawford aboot Dsc. 23rd, one potted cow, hraoded FW on left side and Y B on right shoulder. One red cow branded J on jaw, and Y B on right shoulder. A suitable reward for information lead ing to Uteir recover. M. L. MiMEY. Rev. E. E. Zimmerman will take up the work as Pastor of the first Presby terian church at Bridgeport Nebr. the Brst Sundav in February. Mr. Zunmer- tnan has been stationed at Montpelier Idaho but as his wife's health has been failiog since there, he has decided to come back to Nebraska again. Louis Larseo died at his home in Craw ford last week. Lew, as 1st was known by his many friends, was one of tlie first men of our acquaintance in Sioux Co. He was a good citizen and was respected bv all. He leaves a wife to mourn the loss of a kind husband, but Ood had Messed him with enough of this worlds goods that she can live comfortable until Ood calls her to go up higher. Adelia Happenings. Mrs. Tom Ellis from Ardmore is visit ing this week with Mr. and Mrs. Wm Ellis. Mr, and Mrs. Freel and daughter Nora visited with Mrs. Davis last Sunday. Mrs. Tom Ellis and Miss Maude Kays visited school last Friday. Mr. Johnnie Rretey visited with Fred Davis last Sunday. Mr. Tom Ellis is in Adelia now with his gang of Jnpenese, they are working on the railroad. Fred llnvis came home last week to rest a few days; he h is been working for Mr. Mwinbank for almost a year. Mr. and Mrs. Rahen went down to visit with their relulion Mr. and Mrs. Swinbunk Itust Friday. SsowBars. ' GLEN ROUNDUPS. News items were too w arcs to send in last week. Mr. Hans Jensen is staying with Chris Morgan now ou the South Divide. Miss Nettie Albright left for Crawford last weak lo assist in careing for Mrs. Jane Force, w ho is ill with heart trouble. James Jensen took the train going east Wedneedi.y night, returning Friday morning. Mr. and Mr. Huntley came over from Belmont and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wycot Saturday night, wliose ranch they are living on. They returned Hun- day. Mr. Emery Oil more and wife of Craw ford were visitors at Mrs. Jensee's last Mnnc'ay night, enroute for their claim on tU South Divide. Mr, and Mrs. J. Denslowand Ford went to Crawford Saturduy morning. The weather being bad they stayed over and took in the show, returning Sunday noon. Not withstanding the great mount of cold weather we have had the ice in this vacinity is hardly thick enoogh to put up owing to the warm Spring weather. We learn of the marriage of two young ladies who are quite well known in this neighborhood. Miss Laura Shipley to Mr. Randall of Belmont and Miss Clara Crumble t to WiiiieC. Thiirman of Craw ford. May happiness be their lot. We nie sorry to learn of the illness of Mrs. Tucker at the home of a daughter (Mrs. Jones) at Eagle, Nebraska where she has been this winter. We hope to hear of her recovery. Wealsojearn of the death of Mr. Jones which occurred a few days after Christmas. J. H. Denslow made a business trip to Mr. Rands at Five Points Monday return ing Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Green were visitors at Mr. Masons Friday. O rand pa Denslow sent a barrel of walnuts from Hooper, which is quite a treat for this country. Yot KS As B 4 Race feticide In Now Zealand. In New South Wales the children under 8 years old were actually less In timber thta they were ten years ago, j While In tome states there are fewer under 10 years than In 1M1. In New ' Eealand complaint Is made that there ! are not enough children to fill the 1 schools. Mr. Cogtlan notes that the ' Immigration of young married, women ' has fallen off In recent years, yet In j 1M7 there were In New fotftfe. .Wales 111,147 married women " under el years, while Is HM there were lit, tiT; still the number of enlldrett bora wm about the same in each year, and In Australia and New Zealand there are now annually 20,000 fewer births than would take place had the rU of tec yesxi age bees ateJaialaed ', I ...... . OMTVAir. Mrs. Mionie Lewi wife of Claries W. Lewis died last Sunday night at the residence of Mr. A. McOioley. She had been a sufferer for some time of the caocer of the stomach and about four weeks ago she was taken to Omaha but they could do nothing for her there so she came back home u await tlie call of her Creator. . ' Kite was born at La Porte Colorado Aug. 7 1W)0 and at the age of SJ years she was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. A. McOioley and came to Sioux county in 1886. She was married to Charles W, Lewisoa July and 8 childreo survive this unieo. SI leaves 3 sisters, Mrs. Oeorga Turser of Hot Sprins So. Dakota. Mrs. Charles Roe of Cascade Springs So. Dakota and Mrs. Allie Yeager of Cantrill Iowa, and her husband and children to mourn her loss. Kind hands did all that could be done for her, and two of her sisters, Mrs. Tur ner and Mrs. Roe were with her at the time of her death. The services were held at the residence of Mr. McOioley and were conducted by Rev. Egner of Craw-1 ford after which a large Dumber ol friends followed the remains to the Harrison cemetery where the UothJ !u)tglibo rs performed the last sad rites, for a deceas ed Neighbor of which order she. was i member at the time of her deatfe. The husband, children, relatives, and foster father liave the sympathy of the entire community, trusting that all may be united again to part no more, for around His throne there will be no tears or heartaches, but all will be joy and glad ness. CAKD OF THANKS. We desire to thank tlie kind friends who so kindly assisted in the sickness, and the death of our beloved daughter and wife. A. McGlKLKY, C'HARIJ W. LfcWJKAND Rklativim. KeaoluliouM Adopted liy Sliver Lear Camp 'o, Mtil, IIurrlMon, Nebr. Wlirress our He ivenlf Puttier, In bis In finite srlMlom, turn bfin plesemt to cult from our csinp, iuhI broken the Brst link In our frsternsl chain, hy taking from as our entermed Neighbor, Minnie K. Levis, Jan. 11, lda'i, Therefore, be It Keaolvod, that lis a enmp wm nionrn tier o, llnii ws ritenrt our nYrnpsthy to these who so deeply grieve over the leas ot their loved oiii!. In the bereaved home there U a Vfccsntehslr, a silent wire, bet dnr lone Is hr Khiii, for n beautiful life never ends in death . Keselved, that osr rhsrier lie riruper in mourning tor s period f sixty dsys, that e copy of tknse rnaoltitlonii le sent to tb bereaved family and lo the official puner for publication, lilso s copy be npread on our camp retwrda in memory of oar departed KeiKhb ir and a copy -nt to the loo al preas. MBS. .UA WlLIIEBHSIMtarc, Mrs. Maouik I'kiput, Mrs. Kmzabeth Fonticr. A a a est IMsTersmee. Dr Varnadoa. a noted professor of Greek, la very food of flowers, and some days ago on returning from bis college d 'i ties, he found In bis front yard a pestiferous calf belonging to a neighbor. The doctor gae chase, and the animal piunged toward the flower pit, and In another Instant crashed through the glaaa cover and mired with the pots and plants below. Whet another professor passed a few ruin ate later, he aald gravely: "I do not understand, Dr. Varnadoc, why you object so seriously to taring t modest cowslip added to your Ine col lection af plana." The doctor's frowning face relaxed, "Ah, Sanborn.' he retortea, "you see, this was only a worthless bulrush." Cxpart Parrot Cyclist In Berlin, a parrot cyclist Is draw tng great crowds of admirers Ths bird conducts Itself like an expert need rider; working with Its feet the podals of a diminutive machine whose grooved tire runs along a tight-rope With Its beak It manages the handle bar. It carries along another parrot hanging on a trspexe beneath, and thus ulntalnc perfect equilibrium. Lord Nelson Sitd tosp. "As occasional squalor is the worst evil of poverty and labor, so cleanli ness should be considered the greatest blessing of luxury and ease," argued Mr, Frank Prlndle In expatiating on the moral force of his own business, which Is the Importation of soap, "However," he continued, "those In the seats of the mighty are not alto gether without reproach on this sub ject. It Is a well authenticated fact, If not generally known that the celebrat ed IiOrd Nelson had not washed bis nands during the last eight years of his life, and Napoleon shunned a bath as though he was a cat. "A clergyman once told me that be believed the expression 'cleanliness Is next to godHneea' referred to moral eleanllnesi . and that the fashionable dally morning bath waa of little con sequence to health or habits. We should, he said, polish our mn-1 -ic s well as our teeth, make our le i i sweet as our breath, and cut on -i peccadilloes a wall as our aaiis. Professional Cards. J. E. PHINNET, Physician Surgeon. OFFICE: Anwucwb Buicg. CHA8. H. SMITH ISHVRASCE AGEST. Old Line, Assessment and Accident Policies written Correspondence solicited Address; Harrison. Neb. LACY BROS. DEALERS IN Lumber, Lath, SaHh, Doors, Lime, Cement; Flour, Feed and Grain; KuggieH, Farm Implements, Wagons; Hardware, Wind mills, Pumps & etc. C. H. UNITT successor to C. H.NEWMAN DEALER IN Lumber, l)aor, Sah. Lime, Coal, Wagon, Jiu(aies and Machinery of all Kiiuh. I aho carry a line of Wind Mills, Pumpt, Piping, Towers, Wind Mill re- pairs, etc. eta, etc A large stock of feed, both grountl and ungrouud al ways on hand. mail oriers given, prompt attention, Give me a Call. Bodarc Gleanings. Henry Wertz is on the sick list Harvey Zerbe is helping Martin Carroll move his house this week. Vern Antrim who has been real sick for the past week is now much better and able to be out. The wenther in the valley is like a spoiled child is indulging in a fit of the sulks. The east wind, heavy air and fog are very depressing on the spirits and seems to effect the general liealth of nearly all in this locality, Martin Carroll has purchased the Wm. Schleyer house and is busy removing it on to his own claim, he expects to move his family there very soon. ' Mr. George Cant is rather unfortunate having lost six head of cows this month, the cause is supposed to be blackleg. Mise Clara Kirkpatrick whe has been spending the past roont h with her sister Mrs. Allasrt UiM returned home to Custer Co. Friday. Mrs. John Finley and child ren accompanied her. Since the Japs have taken Port Arthur and are supposed to rest on their laurels till spring. The general conversation, (in this com munity at least) is telephone. We learn of the intense cold in the east where is registered 48 degrees below sero Jan. 0, at the same date in California they were enjoying raspberries and straw Urries and lovely summer weather. We seem to be between the extremes. Weill we can be thankful the wind forgot to blow last week, Harrison Gold Martin son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Martin of Bodarc died at Beatrice after one days illness. The re-j main were interred in the Bodarc Came- j tery Sunday Jen. 15th. Rev. acnab; I conducttsl the funenl services. The 1 i-nmruiinil y svnputhi" with the Ix-reav- 'o.lf;imily in lliir jwitow. I M.A.G, r-otr-n DOUliflET & DAVIS Don't Agree In Politics. BUT They Do Agree To Sell More Goods In The Next SO Diy. For The Same Money Than Any Other House In - The North Went. REMEMBER That we tarry a full line of Dry Goods and Notions, Boots and Shoes, Groceries Flour and Feed. Everything Carried In A General Store. : . BOURRET & DAVIS. GERLACH & SONS WU1 sell you the best' "HOT BLAST HEATER" on earth. There you can buy a first class suit of clothes. In Gents furnishing goods they keep the best Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes And such other goods as are kept in a general store. They sell at bottom prices. THE PALA SALOON . "- IN.. ANDREWS BLOCK Tkefrust lint of wines, liquors and best brands of cigar. THEO. SAG EH T, Propritov aaaaMajaaaaaaaSssssesaaaaaaaaaaaMaassi J '' You Are Reading That's what it's here for: To let you 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. Give us a trial Yours for Business, ! ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l"i ! l i We have a SHARPLESS TUBULAR Seperator and make as much but ter from 2 cows as we did without the machine with 4 cows, huwaku WICKERSHAM. Aaron Stewart, AGENT, Harrison, Nebr. Pemllar Teal. Little Bmer had acoompanied hit father to church one morning, and the minister discoursed from the text: Why halt re between two ophiloaar Upon returning home hit mother eked ir he Mmemtered the teit "I san't remember the exact words." re lied Bmer. "but It wm something fchout hawk between two Btgeoae." This,! THAT'8 RIGHT; A. LOWRY. WsWyarwK4r i Csar Restricts "Inlanders. The csar has Issued an order by which the provincial governors of Fin lead are empowered not only to re selnd the election to municipal and communal offices of "politically un sound" persons, but to appoint m their places others of the governor's wwa