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About Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1895)
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rWke'Jntotosto ot Hhnlnifotd nd Hot Butw
TlfOS. iO'KECFrH, Puplliftrr.
FRJDAY, NOV, 29, 1895.
(From first pngo.)
.oris on that projected railroad
fhe south of Alliance: for-nnd
TSftrk well tho prediction of tho
,'Tribuno tho couuty scat of Box
iBntto county will remain at Hem
jdgford, no iuntter whatcourao they
fcursUo. Hemingiord is googrnph
fcajly contl-illy located, hor buaiues s
IioubOs havo eubstautial fiuancial
liaclurtg, and tho surrounding tor
. jrilory is Bottled up with .thrifty and
nrpaporons cImb of pioneer farmers
4apd cattlo moa, who mado thoir
present investments in confidence
flint tho present county Poat would
f)(s retained ns such for many yoars
'' colno; arid tho runk injustice
-ihat wtyild loxlpno those manifold
ntorbsts by its removal will never
' b sanctioned by tho level-headed,
jfairnjindptj iwprking loaders of tho
',buainoafl men of Alliance, even if
'jtho bahmco of powor to. decide such
it contest should -ho in their hands.
'To do otherwiBO would boar too
loso a reseinlhUco to tho autocrat
id povor fsanmed by England in
foertfcaliriga with "poor old Ire
Strid1 Eusaia toward Poland or
;$drkoy toward Armcnia,a3 it would
crush the life out of n deserving
competitor and would result in but
, wicagro bonofit to Allianco,whilo the
itizena of Heiningford and the
fjmtary jcountry north nnd west
. "tfould bo greatly wrongod and bu
1 for much m cousequonco of change
6,E the county soat,
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New York Counts, 45cts per can
0 tho meat market,
.'(fake your produce to Wildy's
.Herncall wants some drcBsed
J0r4cr your stovo repair's at Antjn
Paiuts of all kinds at Groon'
-$ now lo(, of shoes Just recoived by
1$. if, Jfcrncail.
ti.'ifi dcnulno Itound Oak Stove
jfoadd by Bcckwlth, Dowuglac, Mich.,
th tho numo on tho legs, is the
hphfii&yaw(iig $tovo on tho market
Vin'tl is tl'io only stovo that will burn
r6oil, hard coal, soft coal, and coke,
Wpcsfujly, and nl6o can bo mntlo a
raUrfuedrhg b.ieo burner at Llie same
Jine. For sale by AiTON UiimrJ
t H0J!8 of all kinds, styles nnd
pfit&s'i Can litany foot and pocket
Sbk; W. K. Hernoall.
iCaliforpla canned goods 15 cents a
uia,t f, K. Ilcrncnh'a.
I?aint, Qlass and oils of all kinds
Sold according to the hard times
'fteaper than thp cheapest, nt
' ' Anton UniUQ's.
jff'-you owo Wiidys' call in and
oppak to them about it they need
in Xvhot is duo them.
riV HniBALi) and tho Omaha
flcjfti-weekiy "World-Herald botli
Jfino year for $1.76,
p. J. Wildy waiits Bomo dressed
Jfciultry und hogs.
if you want to realize cash out
pt your extra horses, eoe J. C.
The Genuine Round Oak Is "good
goods.'' JHow Rood, 'not how cheap.
ppihy last, they heat, they save you
rioney, th6y Jiav'e a reputation. Can
you point to apother'tlmt lias? Tbey
lead the world of heating 6tovcs.
dimply hecapso they are perfectly
'made and do perfect work. You
cannot afford to buy any otber. Seo
ib pamo on the leg. I'or sale by
' ' '' ' ' Aston Uhuio.
. dkatp A tjno line or lep
, rikutcs just recoived at H. R,
ittrir&fcen'B Haixlware store.
1?resh bulk oysters at the Meat
Market. They nrd choice.
Kstraj'ed from niy. place 1 miles
f"'cjst of Homlpgfordt one dark iron
rey stud colt, two years old, white
J?ace,: weighs about- 1.30Q lbs., no
brands; has two wire Rears on ahoul
tt'er8. " A reward will be paid for iu
'formation of bis whereabouts.
i ' G. W, VJU8NEB.
The following' letters remain un
cafled for In the postotllce at Hem
ippford, Neb.,' for the month endipg
Pet a!, 1805, vkJ
( "A, S.JPi toilets Frank l?pad (4)
Yl'lien'calllng for the ab'ovo plpase
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AlHuiico Inur the U. ai. roana
houso and machine' sdt'ops, iho 400'
and U. 8. Land ottico, uoiioof
which Heiningford has oyer tried'
bmoltist, but now show their liog
glehnoss by wanting the county
soot. "Wo object,
Senator tllll litis started much gos
sip by renting a largo house In Wash
ington and reports as to his inten
tions cover every imaginable thing
from getting married to opening a
political club house for the starting
of n now boom for tho preslaVntiul
nomination. It Is probable that his
person"! convenience yus his only
reason for sotting up housekeeping.
This week tho county clork re
ceived from tho troasuror of Hall
county a draft for $99.90 payable
to tho treasurer of tbis county in
payment for costs advanced by this
county in tho caso of A.J.Mc
Knight, insane, who was tried be
fore the commissioners of insanity
of this county Inst summer and
sent to tho hospital at Lincoln, his
legal residence boing in Hall
As iho annual report of the heads
of the varkuiB branches of the gov
ernment service aro made lb Is easy
to sec that democratic ideas of econ
my Itn public expenditures luivo boon
put into effect wherever possible.
Tho grand aggregate of all tho sav
ing effected may be found In the foot
ings of tho ordinary cxpenditur
column of tho U. S Treasurer's
annual report. Thoso footini? show
that for tho fiscal year ending June
30, last, tho government spout for
ordinary purposes $11,1129,981 less
than was spent during the previous
With few exceptions democrats
are agreed that it Is the duty of tho
democratic senators to retain tho
control of the Senate until they are
forced to give it np. Thero will be
no occasion to All the vacancy in tho
ofllco of President, pro tern of tho
of the Senate so long as Vice-President
Stovcson Js on hand ovory day
to preside over the Senate, and lie
can bn counted upon to bo on bund
unless prevented , by serious Illness.
It Is understood that tho democratic
steering committee of tho Senate
will recommend following this lino of
policy, also that ovory measure which
comes before the Senate shall be ful
ly debated by tho dwnourats, in order
that the position of the party may be
thoroughly understood by the coun
try. Tim republican sonators can,
of course, otualu control of tho Sen
ate at enco with tl)o assistance of the
populist and without their nld If
Dupont is seated from Delawaro
when the Utha senators tauc their
seats, which will probably bo early in
the coming year, if they can agree
among themselves, but up to this
tlmo they aro a long ways from agree
lng, nnb by harmonious and skillful
Ucllcs the democrats may rcmnsu in
control during tho entire session,
Calvin J. Wildy
Wo are pleased to inform qui
many friends and patrons that Ave
aro now loaded down with an im
mense stock of Foil and "Winter
goods, as well w grocories, pro
visions, and Glass & Queenswaro.
Our Holiday Goods aro now' in
"Wo aro making exceedingly
low priebs tin nil grades of dross
goods, trimmiuga and linings. Wo
show you an ologant line of men's
tidies' and children's underwear.
In bopts and shoos, rubbers and
felts, wo always lend and uevcr fol
low. Wo buy all your produce,
butter, eggs, oheese, potatoes,
chickonB, geese, turkeys, pork, and
pay you more for it than anyone
else ns wo have a branch store in
Lead City, S. Dale,, managed by
H.'B., wo are in a position to ob
tujn tho highest market price
therefore never forgot tho oldest
stand iu Bos Butte county, when
you come to tho city whore you
will always recoivo your money's
wprUi, cordial treatment, and the
best of everything in exchange for
CALVIN J. WILDY.
Anypno wishing a middle-aged
jridy ro cook or keep house a4dress
'- Box 62, Hemingfodi Nel'
Hon. J. W. Wxnx. Jn., Ifotlater.
lion. P. M. Hkoome, Hocirer.
rttlnpi having noticw InthUcolnmh are re
qnwfcfl'td rosd the natnb ratrcfullr nd report to
tbli olllbtr lot cttrtwtton any error that tnajr
exlkt. This will nteirtsnt pokslble delay in
hind Offlco at Allianw, Noli. , Oct. JW.IB9S.
Notice U iK'rohjr Riven that fiho fol!6Wintf
Batnnd eettlet lift filed notice of hi Intention t
miki final proof in nUpport of his claim and
tbat wild proof will bomodd boforo (leister and
HeceiverM Alllanro, Neb., rtn Dec. 10, lbitt, vU:
CLKMENT L. HPIIACKLEN,
of Matdlnml, NcK, who mado H. li. No. 2594, for
thoN HTJ W U 8j23.8 W h BK K.SEU 0 W
H no wi, ti 29 , tst Vi w. , , ,
ho naniM thp follownut wltnemog to prove hla
contlunons rtuddenrto upon .and cnltlvallonof
nlil land, vls Kank Honcrman, , Jowipli
Lonro. of Mamland, Neb.. John li. John, Wil
liam John, of lieiuJnKford Neb. Alio,
of Mar(,land, Neb., who mado K. E. No. 8085 for
tho B E H see 21, tp SO n, tb 60 w.
Hhe namoa the following wltneayea to prove
her continuous rqglilnnoo upon and cnltivatioU
of Mid land. tIk Frank Honoyroan, Joseph
bowc, .Tohn D. Jvhn, Wllllain John, of Hem
Ingford.Neb. J. W. Withx, Jn., llesUtcr.
Not Inn 1 hernhv ulven Uiat Ell F. Johnson, of
I'llffcr, Neb., has filed notice of Intention
to mako final proof Imforo J. K. Neal,
Clerk Diet. Court, at hla olllce In IfemiuKford,
Neb., on Monday, the 2nd of Deecmier, lstO. on
tlmbor cnltnro application No. 100, for the B E
H of section 8, tp 20 n, tg 50 w. .
Ho names an wituenaes: Petor Jansen, Jens
P(!hriatenn, IJ. F. Price, U. E. Johnson, all.
of Hcralngfor.4, Neb.
J. W. WEn.f . Jn., Iteslsttar.
Land Offico At Alliance, Neb., Oct. S3. ISM.
Notice 1h hereby ftlveu that tho followlni;
nameil Kottlor has litwl notice of his intention to
nmko final proof in support of his claim, nnd
that said1 proof will tie mado before h. A. Dor
rlnaton, U.S. C. C. Commlssionor, at Ubadron,
Nob., on Nov. 80, 1895, vlt:
of Chadron, Nob., who mado H. E. Ho. B330 for
tho E H B E U seo 10 and 8 H BW H soa 11, twp
20 n, rg M w.
He namns tho following wltneiaos to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
saidland, vlzt William Aitnew, of Chadron,
Neb., (looreo Hatch, John C. Woods, Grunt Ag-
now, otoiarsianu, noo.
J. W. Wctm. Jb., lteglslor.
Ijind Ofllco at Alliance, Nnb., Oct. 15, 1895.
Notice is hereby Riven that tho following ncm
od settler has hied notice of his intention to
makii final proof in support (tt his claim, and
that said proof will be mado rytforo Itegltter or
ltoccivor at Alllanoo, Neb., on Nov. SO, 1803, viz:
JO 11 AN UMBAKOVSKY,
of Box Butte, Neb., who mado II. E. no. R3.13
for'Aho b H h o M and s Vi s w K sec 31. tp 26 n,
rg M w.
Ho names the following vUneeses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz: John Plasek, Frank Ycchout,
John Kovarnlk, John Potmeisel, aU of Vox
Untte, 'ob. AUo,
of Box Batte, Neb., who mado h. e. no. 2021 for
the u w X aoo 24, tp 23 n, rg 44 vr.
Uo nainus tho following witnesses to prove
hla continuous rosidnnco upon and cnltitaUon
of Bald land, viz: John Urhanovsky, John
PotuiHlsol, John Plasok, Prank Yochout, all vf
Box llatto, Neb.
J. W. Yejin, Jn., Ilegistor.
To all whom it may concern, puriuant to an or
der oi inn uiBirii'i uonrtoi uox; uniio county,
titato of Nebraska,
Any and all rsona having, lioUJins or own
ing claims against tho Bank of hemingford, of
Hemlngtord, Box Butte comity, Nebraska, are
hereby notified and required to probout and
make proof of same to liaE. Tash, receiver of
said bank, at Heiningford, Box Butte county,
Nebraska, on or beforo December 20, 1895.
1HA E. TAHH,
Receiver of Bf nk of Heiningford,
of Hemlngtord. Nebraska.
First publication Nov. 1, 13Uo.
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year for One Dollar and e?ery paper
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In fact it combines all the crisp,
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frnyor Meeting each Witdnssdajr
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GEKMAN LtniIRlIAN!-Servloo at the
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AT110L10:-lter. Charles Zak Pastor.
llET110rJlSTi-Hov J.W.Kendall PaHor
iil Vreachlns tho sccotid and fourth Sunday lo
ench mouth at 11 a. in., and 7 p.m.
Service on tho third TUuridny In each month
nt v p. m.
W. A. Rosebush Tamp No. 2040. Meets
second and fourth Tucsdav nlsht of rash
month, Visiting Neighbors cordially invited.
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IlEHiNoroRD postoflleo. 0 week days door
opens at 7 a. in., genoral uelivcry opens nt Bo.
tn. and closes at 8 p. m. Open Sundays 0 to
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HcMixarORD AND Box Bctte stage dallr except
JlKMiKdronD and Dunlap stage, Monday
Wednesdar and Friday.
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New Short Line' to Helena, Butte
Spokane, Seattle and Tacoma.
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No. 42, pnannncor arrives at
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lo:io n. tn,
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No, 41 passenger arrives nt
4Sfrnloht u '
b;21 a. m.
,11:59 p. m.
3:33 i). m.
" 47 freight arrives at
AU traius curry passengers.
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Physician anil Surgeon,
Office in Norton's Block.
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Js the greatest newspaper teest
of the Missouri Jiiver.
It advocates FREE SILVER
at tho present ratio of sixteon
Ita nowa service is the best to
Daily, ?0 00 per year; 50 cents
Vper montn. woouiy, i.uu per
Subscriptions for the
received at this offlca
A Beautiful Woman
Attracts Attention Everywhere.
Qold -;- Leqf,
NOT AS HANDSOME TO LOOK AT
A BEAUTIFUL "WOMAN, BUT
After Giving it a Trial
33I. S3- 0 -
M & Heavy Hardware
This Card is to (Benefit Cash
20 j 25
100 10Q 100 100 100
20 25 i
20 j 25
l R. GREEN,
HOW TO SAVE MONEY
Head What This Card
When you pay Cash, lot the Clerk punch out
tho amount; and when you have paid ua
Twenty DoLiiARB in cash, will give you
One (Dollar In Goods Free of Charge,
ZSTOn all goods except Barb wiro-
50 50 50 50 60
We will not be undersold, Always bring this Card with you.
Receiver's Sale !
The Mammoth Stock of Dry
Goods, Groceries, Boots & Shoes
Hats and Caps, Belonging to the
Bank of Hemingtord and Known
as the "REGULATOR STOCK"
Will be Sold
CHEAP FOR CASH
Sale will Commence Nov. 27,
1895. and Continue until the
Goods are Disposed . of.
You Should Not Miss This Op
portunity of Supplying Yourself
W th Underwear, Overshoes,.
Warm Dress Goods, etc., etc., at
Unheard of Prices. .j
IRA E. TaSh,
W. K. HERNCALL,
You will wonder how You Ever
'buyers. (Don't Lose It.
100 100 50 5
15 10 5
15 10 5
15 f 10
anil Harness by tho set.
50 50 50 50
15 10 6
An Ugly Woman
Can Make Better Bread With
Qold -Lecif -Flotitf
THAN A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN CAN
WITH ANY OTHER BRAND.
Got Along without it. ,
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