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-HEMINGFORD SCHOOL BUILDING, WHERE TIIE IN
STITUTE IS BEING HELD.
,Tho sociul Friday evening wns
well attended unci all sooincd to
ilmvo a good time.
L. A. Barry spokoto tho tench
,ors, Wednesday ovcning, upon the
0. L. Snodekor and Cnmo.BiB
soil drove homo niter the social
Friday ovoning and stayed over
Those who onrollod this week
wore, Mrs. G. 0. Alexander, Al
lan Feunor, Mary Collins, Leorn
Jiustin, and W. 11. Welch.
Ono of the moat interested por
tions tit the bnll gnrao TuoBdny was
Miss Frew. Hor interest seemed
to center in the loft field when tho
Allianco team hnd thou- outs,
Mr. B. G. Moulton delivered
his looturo "It Does Movo" Mon
day evening, to u good nudionco.The
substance of his talk is, that man,
like overy thing ehc, w an evolu
tion from a lower animal and that
crcntiou of man ns recorded in Bi
blical history is when God breath
ed, into tho physical man, who
had already existed for countless
ages, morality or tho power to
.distinguish nnd choose between
light and wrong. Tho faot 'that
many do not ngrod with Mr. Moul
,ton does not in any raimner detract
from what ho said. Knowing as
he dpos that wo are living in a
time and a country where every
man has a perfect right to boliovo
ns ho pleases, and speak ns he be
lioves is a sufficient guarantuo for
mm. It is very probable that ho
knew when ho proparod his lecture
that there would bo peoplo who
differed from him. Tho simplo fact
that we may not endorse his evo
lution theory doos not in any way
deteriorate from the truths ho ut
tered and wo recognize in him ono
of tho prime requisites of tho suc
cessful teacher, the power of awak
ening thought. If thoso, who nre
.bo loud in their criticism of tho
talk would stop and consider that
we nre living, in a time whon, "It
Does Move" and that the scholar
does not blindly acenpt tho teach
ings of hia parents or his church
as unqoustioned, and further, if
thoy would make a studv of tho
question for thomsolves, it might
bb possible that their differences
would not be so great a3 thoy im
agino them to bo.
Tho regular work of the insti
tute closod last night and examin
for certificates is being hold today.
The intorest in tho work lias con
tinued throughout tho session and
tho teachers will no doubt go to
their schools stronger in thoir do
torminition to do bottoi work.
The question often comes to our
mind, Does tho institute pay for
the expense incurred? Too pfton
the teacher attends to havo a good
timo, but wo believe thnt good
work has been done here this year
find that thoso who were concerned
enough about their profession to
wont to improvo, havo been bene
fited. Tho county superintendent
should now see to it that those
who camo to havo a good time be
given ample opportunity to havo it
but it should be outside tho school
Wo hoar nothing but words of
ptaiso, of the lecture givon by Dr.
J, W. Jenuiugs Tuesday evening.
Ho loft, in tho minds of all his
hearers a strong desiro for a life of
more usefulness and n higher ro
gard for humanity nnd for civiliza
tion. Dr. Jennings and a good
tnlk nro Bynonomous terms and ho
is nlwnys moro than welcome in
Thursday afternoon tho Box
Butto .County Teachers' Associa
tion elected officers for tho ensu
ing year, L. B. Fonnor President,
Maud Daws Yico President, SuBio
Frazicr Sccretnry-Trensuror, nnd
Dr. E. A. Blnckburn and J. II.
VauBuskirk as members of tho ex
ecutive coramiteo.. This nssoointion
will be a great holp to tho teaohors
who nro willing to talwan activo
part in tho work.
THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST
THOSE IN ATTENDANCE.
C. L. Snedokor.
H. E. Pinlcorton.
J. P. Hazard.
L. B. Fennor.
C. M. Jones.
Laura McCutchin Annio Ellis
Mattio Roberts Iola Dovoro
A. (J. Kovnolds
S. A. Curtis
Adopted by tho Box Butto Co.
Instituto, Homingford,- Nobr.,
August 1, 1895.
Whereas: Wo tho teachers
of Box Butto Co., having been
benefited by tho able offorts of
tho Co. Superintendent and the
Institute Instructors, and having
enjoyed tho hospitality of the
peoplo of Homingford, durinjr
the past two weoks, do adopt tho
I, Resolved: That wo express
our sincere thanks to Supt. H.
F. Fillmoro, for tho intorest ho
has manifested and assistanco
rondored in our wTork throughout
H, Resolvod; That wo express
our sincoro thanks to Cmidnntnr
B. G. Moulton, for his officiont
managomont, and to his ablo as
sistants, W. R. Sidors and Mrs.
Muirhead, for thoir conscientious
work, Aud furthermore, that
wo express a desiro that toth
Supt. and instructors bo with us,
in tho work, tho coming year.
HI. Resolvod; That wo most
heartily thank tho peoplo of
Homingford for their kindness
to us, and especially thank J. C.
McCorkle, who has so kindly
cared for the church in which
tho lecturos wore givon.
IV, Resolved: That wo ex
press our thanks to tho Homing
ford press for its kindly no
tice of the Instituto.
V, Resolved; That a copy of
these resolutions bo handed to
tho Homingford Herald for
Fred H. Ruiiter, )
Susie R. Frazier, J. Com.
MaudE. Dawes, J ?
Hon. J. V. Wktw , Jb., Iteghtor.
Hon. V. M. IIhoome. Ilwolvor.
rartlp liavlnn inotlcc inthU column are re-'
J". X " . u l" "lm" wn" ny ana rotxirt to
thsolhro for correction any errors thktmiy'
Ji2il-teLl ,.1J"c?i Jh:x M. . i.w.
n&ml wttler ha filed notlcoof hl IntanUonTu
innKo unai propr in fcupiwt of hln clalmand
that flflill tirfKlF will tin tnntlrs lukf t
rlnuton, u. 8. (nrtComralMiimfr. ni r;i..i.
.ink rum wriniL niu uo mauo Dornrn Ii. A. 1.
Neb., on Sont. S, 1893, viz!
Ilt-B. JHLV win ' '
?if ?? JT"3 - Neb., who mado II. e. No. 2012 for
tlin i a K!ik 15, t 29, m 48 w.
lln namea tho 'following wltnwscs to proven!
continuous restnn(A mon and cnltlvatlon of
NpIT., lUrnr Ii. DatUott, ChsrloH h. Waldrcn
Jothna V. Coueinn of DunUi), Nob.
J. W. Wcny. Jn IUvUtor.
Lsnd Cfflr- at AlUauw, Nol... July 17. 1RS3.
Ndtlco Ir horcbr Blvon that thu folloWltiR
nampd ottlpr ha filed nirtico of d inlcntiou
to niakjt (innX proof In support of lilt claim, and
that Mid proof will bo mado before tho reenter
or roeolvor, at Allianco, Neb., on Au?. 2J, lb5,
of Lnwn. Nol)., who mado u e No. 1053 for tho
n w H goo 82. tp S!7 n, r 62 w.
If n tUtnnt tn fn11...uf.. tl A . t
contimtonii roRitlonce npm and cnltivatlan of
Mill liXil ! 1.k.t. i 1 V I -
Johu llarta, John Sodlacnlc, all of Lawn, Neb.
U.K. ITEllHi Oil., llCfflRUir.
Land Olfico at Allianco, Nebr., Jnly 17, 18fl5,
Notlco in hereby Klvon that tho following-
ur.-iuvnuin in inniwi in ins inicnuon
Ip mako final proof In support of his claim, and
that ald proof will Iw made before llcuiator
and lUclvor at AUIanco, Nob., on Anf. 21, lb05.
FHANKLIN P. WKI1T1.
P,f,P.nnlaP ft1., who mado H e No. 3977 for tho
8 K U nee. o, ti) 2D n, r 47 w.
ueiiamHfi me io:iowtntr witnepnes to provo
rrlmUlu1,lV, TA?! ?acharlah 1). OlnKhcrlck,
IVIlllB Sultlni, Charlen Olson, Oscar 1'. Crog
waito, all of Dnnlap, Neb
lit V. YEHN,jr. UPISUir.
Land Offlou at Alliance, Nob., Jnly 9, 1695.
n a mini utt 4lni t u . 11 n, I ..4 1. .. ft I. ' 1 i ( .
u;niirin IIIIDIUU1 JIUMl'll )l IUH lUlOnUOIl lO
mako final proof In support of his claim, and
...nwrUiU iw wm w'Hiauu ijiwiu lU'Himvrnnu
""" luQiiuuiu-T, nitu, on auk. w, lOVi), VI2:
CHARLES C. HTJf'KK.
of Hrmlnsford, Nob., who mado n. k. no. 1B18,
fll ft. llkt B l .( J B. .1 t i X IkW
'' " '" u- nuu ft J! n w 4 BOO 1, ip 2. II, Tg
continuous residence upon aud cultivation of
nam land, viz: t,uko I'hllllps, Ford DoldB,
JoHephK. Noal.uoHeph Bhaffor.aUof HuminB-
fnnl. Nnl. T VJ Viu Tn I9..t.A.
"'Mi '""' m. ii. ii &UH will) j.t'Kinbvr.
IawI OjHco at Allianco, Nob., Jnno 20, 1601.
Notlco Jb hereby plven that tho following
nameii sottlor has filed notlco of his Intention
to mako final prmif In support of his claim, and
that said proof will bo mado before Iteslstor
and lleciiTur at Alltanco, Nob., on August a,
of Dunlap, Nob., who mado II. E. No. 3218 for
tho 8 ti Ku HVH N W H & N li hi 8 B H
llo names tho following witnesses to provo
. i i '".". '"Iv1 upon ana cultivation
of i taU latul. viz-. Martin Barnpin, Ed Marrnnd,
Peter Hall, 1). U. Fennor, ail of Dunlap, Nob.
J. W. Wkiin, Jn., ltPBister.
..LnndOIlicoBt Allianco, Neb., Juno 25, IMS.
Nut I... 1(1 llANlln. ral '. .U. .!. A..I l'
el settlor has filed notice of his Intention to
mako final proof In support of his claim, and
flint Utfl ll.Itllf ll I fc.n ... l.P flf .
Iloceivor at Allianco, Nob., on August 0, lb05. viz:
BYllON II. nUIUUTT,
pr IIj-mlnRford, Neb., who mado II. E. no. UOO
ii $ and 2 nni1 K H n w U see 7, twp 20
II, 1 . OO .v.
Ha n.n. .1. 111 t i.. .
..u a. niu ii.uuwiuff wuncpfos to prove
his continuouB rosidenco upon and culllvaton
of raid land, viz: Peter K. CJiristenson, Charles
.' ; ""."".wri '."."' .nansen, u. ixenninKn, all
of Hcmliiftford. Nob. Also,
I'ETEK K. CUIllBTEriSEN,
of nemlnsford, Neb., who made U e no. 1073 for
tho n o ii sec 18, tn 20 n, r 60 w.
Jig names tho following witncRsesto provo his
continuous roaidonco upon and cultivation of,
HomFnor'dL:' Hanfcn' C ""W of
chaiiles e. noBENnnnaEH.
of Heminfordi Hob., who madou E No. 1573 for
thpHW8ool2, tpSOn. r50w.
----. . .uuuiilUK Wliuwses Ml prOVO 1118
oo ltlnuous rosldonco upon and cultivation of,
JIo names thi; followins witnesses to provo his
ii . ' v ni'7'V" a' Ki viiinst ian-
of Heminsfprd, Nob., who mado u E No. 1713 for
Usei?H,Dtp2llnrr56.::0n,rHW'nnd nH W
HonamcBtho following witnesses to provo his
SS teulrtacoi uWmand estivation of,
-ii I.Faudlttl J K;TrJ,rl8tinen, C. Hcnninss,
all of Homingford, Nebr '
J W. Wnmt, Jn.. Register.
Notioo to IR.eciei-i.
T?..t!ll?i pr?Bent owners, occutwints and persona
in whoso name the land hereinafter described
was assessed in tho yiars 1KB aud 180a, and to
whom it may concern.
nnYMat?iL , KPa ftre. hereby notified that
on U o Ibth day of November lS'A V. E. CrosiMr
.... i T"ii ' '" "; f uoi. soiu ior tno
.T,t.0,b,ddor',ia.B. Pr'vIled uy lr. from tho
telP?fli'?rerotAIoxIi,it,o county, .Nebraska,
fprthodelinciuonttaxos for tho years lfcffi, 18KJ,
tho real estate described below, situated in Uox
Unlta county, Nobraska, viz:
Tim iinnlhiHial nn..iA. jr
i.M Tr'T'r . wl: lownsnip
-7, ransoM. raied In tho namo of John M.
Jackson for UftJ and 1603.
- nrlwft 1D1after of section 0, township
... ran;o SO. Jaxml in tho namo of James Ken-
18ieu ' narao ot Jono lMham f or
Tho northeast qnartor of section 33 twn 27
son for 18. and In tho namo of ! Amorlcla In
vestment Comiiany for IHU. ""can in
1 ho southeast quarter of section 35 twn i
hill fur l5a tU nameof Walter W.Whlto-
All of tho abovo descrilKsl land is situated In
rw omption of each tract from sad tax salos
will expire on the 16th day of November. 1KB.
J-'irst publication Aug. 2, 1893. ,0'uutr' l0M'
. C. E. Cnosun.
Orcliiiemoo No. 3t.
An nrfllniinna lam-Inn - it mm.m.
n.if.: ir 'vrs.i"?.,r juo pr I"
l-iAZiif ","t,"1.1"u lucmeuun oxpensos of
uf 2?i.f Si?"11 th0 nnnal "PfPria-
.. .i ii.' "'i'""r""in ana ooaru ol
trustees of tho yillago of nomlnciord. Nebrfcv
itn It. fir.latn.ul I... .I.n u.l.- . .
S iin.i" .Tl'at there bo and is hereby levied
?,Ln.?1Jtl!?,J,ble l-erty of tho Tillacoof
J.'.'M.'fP"1, ?'. tax of ten milts on
each dollar valuation thoveof, as nhown by tho
assessment rolls for tho jear lbltt. to dofray tho
Koneral awlincidontnl expenses ot Mid viliafio
for said year. "
Section 2. That thcro lx and is hereby levied
aKainst each malo inhabitant of Said villlLo
U-tween tho ase .of '11 and BO years, except lnnai
Section a. That for the year 18B5 there bo and
tr?,lll,,lipr.opri",wl10"1t of. tlo revenues tlei
. n M-r?im V"f tuxta le vied to detfy tho general
and incidental expenses of said villawo tlio Tsov-
helSsfon8owf.7tl10 " biecU Mm
i'or balary of Villaco Attorney - - $50.00
.. ., treasurer - - jo.00
lerk -. - 6aoo
' Overseer of streete SO.OO
t i . . . minting - . jja.00
Incidental Expenses - - 120,00
Rvtion 4 Tliat this ordTnanw shall Ukef
fect and bo In force from and after its ijassago
and publication according to law. "
l'assed and approved Jnly 15th, 1893.
. , , . Samcel SwiTzxn,
Chairman Board of Trustees of tho ViUgeof
Attest, W. M. IoDK.Nor,
seau Villase Clerk.
Smoko No, 5 cigar.
Tho Herald and tho Omaha
semi-weekly World-Herald both
one year for $1.75,
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Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Fat-J
,i...nw...n.m IVIODKHATC FEES.
our orncc la opposite U, s. PATtNTOrrict
and we can secure patent in Jess time than those
Send model, drawing or photo., with deserip
on. We adviie, if patentable or not, free of
Our fee not due till patent Ii tecured.
Pamphlet . " How to Obtain Fatents." with
cost of same In the U. S. and foreicn countries i
tent free. Addreim.
opp. patent orncc, Wabhinoton, d. C.
. Ko aconta. Wu sell f m-.
1 catttlcfruo at 'AVhofet
k alo l'rlcru. Bhlplor
a examination before
- ; - ,rr --'' am. uurs av some
?98Hc.nt!"!ollf3rC73,ours atjii sarao as agents soil
llWbo5i:"l2tylcaiwtot). ""-" "-"'
Guaranteed same as npenta soil for i& to UOO.
tmi ROAD nACEB, 26 lbs. 0n
Perfectllncs.perfectstecrlnB, perfect adjustment.
Ouarantocdsainoas ngents sell for $li" ana i;i5.
Wrltton warranty with ovory machlno Every tlmo
you boy a bicycle throntdi on agentyou pay WJ to K0
mora than our wholesaloprlco for nmoqnallty.
It cocts about cs mur.h to soil blojclos ttiroufrti
nccntsnndclnalersBSlt docs to mako thorn. Let
prudenco and economy sucnest tho better way ana
uuy irom us oircci at wuoiesaio prices.
iiiustratea wataiogue ireo.
Acme Cycle Company,
k h " Bo v
be a a 5 s L
p I CD's" h H
suits and all tho latest
wave, combination and colorings, is as indefinably beautiful as the varied hues of tho
ilowers of spring. They
Safclssr tlxe Olosest Scr-u.txrD.3r
and evoke tho unqualified praise of all who behold them. Unrcmittent study of tho prevail
ing stylo in vogue, and strict attention to tho v-'v't ftoc(ing wants of my patronage,
makes my storo in tho estimation of tho refined and tasty, the
Emporium Par Excellence
whereat to procuro tho daintiest,
most stylish, economical, unique
Freshest Groceries at Lowest Prices.
Big bargains in my Shoe Department
W, K, HERNCALL.
BOX BUTTE BA
THE OLDTBANK COUNTY,
Colleotions a Specialty. Foreign and East
C. A. piJlJlJEWj, Pres-
2C. K- GKESIEIEIfcT.
Shelf & Heavy H
PAINTS, OILS AMD WINDOW GASS.
Hand made throughout
For Two Years. Call and soo
I am agent for tho celebrated
Also Junior WSlidden
I am always ready and willing to Sell as Cheap as tho Cheapest
H. R. GREEN, Hemikord
THE BUCKEYE Machines
WORLD'S FAIR ennnot he
.. . ...
Tho HOLLINGSWORTH and TIGER Hayrakcs were nevorShulon,
Either of thosa celebrated tools will ho sold AS CIIEAl
1 -iTTTJi a ui?T 4l..... ;( : .!,.
liiiu. ' i''t 1 iiu iiiiiii iiuy luiuuui jjiauua.
I also koop repairs for theso and other 'machines. Can got
repairs desired. Tho
Best Birder "nr-wIrLe
At tho lowest living prices.
novelties in Dress Fabrics, for tho
wauiau 111 Wy w-wtnJaujoM jt
Warranted Not to Rip
E. Glidden Barb Wire
which took tho cako at tl
For sale at tho
coming season, in texture, finish,
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