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HEMINCtFORD. BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBIllSKA, FRIDAY, 31 AY 29. IMG.
tOFFICiAL PAPER OF
BOX BUTTE COUNTY.
FnMUhrd cvprr Friday and pnteml nt tho
"SlaM mall matter. Jhre hiULn la djwotcj to
tho lntirceU of llpmlngford and Hor llutw
o o u nty.
THOS. J. O'KEHFB, Publlhcr.
ONEYKA.lt 1 HW
MX MONttlB - 5
F.M. Pulps ,'. ..........Clerk.
A.M.Mlixrn , Treasurer.
Jah. U. H. Hewett dud?'
E.1. Hwramtr, ..Bherlff.
St. E. UitMAK . ..Attorney.
Miss A. E. NEEkAND Superintendent.
Dn.W.K. M1U.M1 (o0?r
Dr. Ij.W. IIowman...... .. . . .. Musician.
Jab. Holmnbakk.... Comminiilonor anil Ujat.
O. W. Duncan... . Commissioner .irdDist,
Now Short Lipo to Holena, Butte
Spokane, Seattle and Taconia
C3t. I. As "VT. O. Tina Osurci.
No, it. raRsnncer arrl us at
, ' " in f relent
" u freight nrrlvuB nt
,No,4l pnsftcnRur arrives nt
1:1 B a.m.
COO p. m.
10:10 ii. m,
4:15 . m.
ll:Kj p. m.
All trnlnhcurrv nts&euanra
W. Si. Cqjpelasd, Atron
.HiuiMorono postoflice. Oii week days door
I opens af 7 a. m., Renernl delivery opens at 8 a.
m. and Cloees at 8 p. in. Upen Sundays 0 to
10 a. m.s
IIsMlNnroRP and Hox ntrrTE itaue dally eicept
.IIkminofobd and DcNLAr stage, Monday
Wednetiday and Friday.
Office days of Co. Supt. are
Monday and Saturday of each
week. Teacher's examination, the
third Saturday of each month.
The next examination for pro
fessional life certificates will he
'held by tho state board of examin
ers June 9 and 10, 1896, at Craw
School in district No. 26
taught by Chas.' Lockwood was
Jbund in godd running order,
'having a bright class of pupils
... and patient persevering toacher.
Miss 'Edna Johnson whov is at
the helm of the school in Dist.
"No. 51 is doing good work and
has very bright pleasant children
to labor with. A neater little
fcchool room can not be found in
The Burbank school is pro
gressing rapidly and thoroughly
under the guidance of the ef
iicient teacher T. G. Burke.
Perfect harmony exists; teacher
and pupils work for tho same
end; there willjoe a lasting mark
'loft ori tho mind and character
of those pupils for good.
Mr. A. C. Davis closed a very
, successful term of school in Dist.
No. 45 last Friday. There 'was
an enrollment of 10, an average
daily attendance of seven. Ethel
Sned'ekor, Ethel and Myrtle
Facemiro were present every
!day and not one caso of tardiness
during the entire term.
Report of school taught in
Dist. No. 23, for the montli end
ing May 22, 1890.
"No." of days taught, 10.
Average daily attepdanco, 9.
No. daily recitations, 18.
No, of visitors, 4. '
Those perfect in attendance
were James Murphy, Charles
Murphy Bessie Whaley, Zilpha
Konnody and Elbridge Wolls.
T. G. Burke, Teacher.
Taken up by tho undersiged,
threo black shoats, weight about
100 lbs. each.
II. N. EARNEST.
Sheriff Sweeney has rented
tho McCorklo residence.
Over sovdn hundred people
wero killed in tho cyclone ..at St.
Mrs. O. A. Miller went to
'Mother" Shindler of tho
Fanners Homo visited Alliance
H. Ju. Bushnell has sixty acres
plrmtodto -potatoes.- Johu-liisler.
did all the "dropping.'''
John.Lally was up from Alli
John Armstrong rode tho
"goat" Tuesday evening and is
now a full Hedged Modorn Wood
man. Tho camp is growing
Revs. Thoen and Wunderlich
moved into their own rosidonco
G.? L. E. Klingboil, of Hill
City, ' S. D., representing the
MutuUl Reservo Fund Lifp Asso
ciation, was in Hemingford
The .republican county central
committee is called to meet at
Hemingford, Monday, Jxino 1st.
This office has received the
premium list for tho state fair to
be held in Qmaha August 27th
to Sept. 5th. The premium list
is ak good one and no doubt the
fair5' "this fall will equal any held
in tho state for years.
Cards are out announcing the
marriage of Phil Tierney and
Milb Mamie Hollinrake, on Tues
day, June 2, 1896. ' A recep
tion will bo given in the evening
at' tho home of tho bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hollin
rake. C. A. Burlew has leased tho
H. R. Green residonco and
moved his family into the same
Mrs. Paradis and sister, Mrs.
Hathaway, of Alliance, spent
Sunday with Hemingford
Will O'Mara of Box Butto was
in toVn Friday. Ho and M. D.
Atkin are buying up afew horses
which they expect to take to
North Dakota to soil.
Mrs. B. F. Gil man was visit
ing Mrs. Clark Olde last Friday
and while out in the yard was
attacked by a yicious dog and
bitten quite severely.
IB. L. Fcnnor, of Duulap, was
thrown from a pitching horae
Wednesday, breaking his collar
On the Diamond.
Tho base ball game at Alliance
Saturday resulted in favor of the
Allianco boys. Score 15 to 7.
In tho gamo at Fort Robinson
Sunday between tho colored nine
and Alliance, the score stoqd 17
to 10, favor of the Fort.
Alliance will play tho Hem
ingford nine at this place tolnor
ALL QOOD REPUBLICANS
Bhould mako a point of attending
the National Convention, to bo
hold at St. Louis, Tuesday, Juno
Tho expense is not groat if
you tiike tho Burlington.
On tho 13th., 14lh. and 15th of
Juno, you can purchase a round
trip ticket to St. Louis at THE
ONE WAY RATE.
Think,- isn't it worth a few
dollars a few days time to boo
tho next President nominated?
Full information on application
to any Agont of tho B. & M. R. R.
R. or by addressing J. Francis,
Gon'I. Pass'r. Agent, Burlington
Routo, Omaha, Nob.
Decoration Day Exercises.
Yourself and wife are cor,
dially invited to attend Decori
tiou dny exorcises at Hemingford
on Saturday, May 30, 1896, as
guests of the people of Heming
ford. All others tiro invited to brins?
their baskets and enjoy a picnJc
dinner with us. Hot coffee wj 1
bo served free. i
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1. Assemble at the Congrega
2. Music by tho Homingford
3. Vocal Music.
4. Prayor by Rev. Kendall.
5. Address by Hon. W.R. Akors.
6. Dinner in tho church and so
cial for tho Soldiers and
2 p. M.
7. Procession will fqrm at
tho church under Marshal
Sweeney and repair to tho
2:80 P. M.
8. Appropriate services and
J T Pinkerton, 1
T? TT "RlnrinlieiWl
Smith P Tuttlo', L Committee.
E P Sweeney,
A M Miller,
Box Butto Bull tin.,
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Sheldon
started this week for North
Dakota where they will visit a
couple of weoks.
C. L. Snedeker went to Pine
Ridge Wednesday but not
Russell Fleet was thrown from
his pony last week and at last
reports was in a serious condi
tion. Little Major A.tldn has heon
seriously sick tho past week, but
During one of the storms re
cently, lightning struck near tho
house' of Mr. Gilbert, stunning
Mr. Gilbortand Henry Mathos
for a few moments.
Mr. Geo. Toothili has left for
a short stay in eastern Nebraska.
John McCarty went up to
S.. Dakota to work this sum
mer. Protracted meetings wero clos
ed until next Tuesday evening.
Quite a few people from Box
Butto will attend tho Memorial
services at Hemingford Saturday-
Box Butte Co. Sabbath School
Hemingford, Neb., May 23, '96.
Tho Box Butto County Sabbath
School Convention was called to
ordor at 10:30 a. m., by Pros.
Oflkors present, President and
Secretary. Asst. Sec'y being ab
sent, Sufeio 11. Frazior was ap
pointed ass't soc'y pro tern. Treas
Devotional exorcised led by Rov.
W. J. Golden was first on the pro
gram. By common consent Mr. En
yeart's paper was dofwrrcd to af
tornoon, lie being absent.
Tho association thou listonod to
a very interesting talk on "Tho
truo function of tho Sunday
School," by Rov. Goldon.
Discussion opened by A. Shor
wood. Adjourned till 1:30.
Mooting called to order by Pros.
Papor, "What are tho dutios of
tho family to tho Sabbath school?"
A. S. Enycart.
Discussion opened by Rov. Win.
Motion carried that those pres
ent from various schools act as
delegates where nono wero elected
Roports woro given and accept
ed from tho following schools.
United Presbyterian, Alliance.
MethodiBt Episcopal, u
MethodiBt Episcopal, "
Clayton school, Liberty precinct.
Collins Chapel, Dorsoy "
Pleasant Plain, " "
Plain Viow, Snake Crock.
Election of officers resulted -as
follows: President, Rev. "W. J
Goldonf Vico-Presidont, Rev.
Yicu-prosidonts for each of tho
Dorsoy, Mrs. Enyearr.
Box Butte. Mr. Blair.
Nonpariel. Oscar Rouso.
Liborly, C. A. Lockwood.
Wright, Mrs. Christy.
Lake, W. T. Tiainor.
Lawn, Mrs. Jennie BroBhar.
Snake .Crook, G. W. Regan.
Boyd, Miss Lulu Mann.
Running Water, Mrs. Fosket.
Subio R. Erazior was olected
See.," and Maud E. Dawes was re
elected Troas Motion carried
that our next meeting bo held in
Allianco, timo to bo tixed by ox-
cutivc committee. Motion carried
that Rev. Shambaugh bo our next
delegate to 'tho state convention,
having power to scud proxy.
Rev. Shambaugh gavo a talk on
"How can wo gain best results
from our Quarterly Temporauco
Discussion opened by Rov.
Susie R. Fhazier, Sec.
Postmaster L. M. Kennedy and
bou of Burbank, are in town to
day. Mr. Kennedy is also assess
or atidioft ub the assessed valua
tion of Snake Crook precinct,
which is as follows:
Horses, 252; valuation, $1,286.
Cattle, 1,232; " 3,820.
Sheep, 2,252; " 1,131.
School district No. 23, G,332.
" " " 54, 7,4G5.
J' ' " 57, 5,570.
Total, real and personal, S24,744.
I Dunlap cheess is tho best on
tho market. Try it.
A now lot of shoes just received by
W. K. Ilcrncall.
'"Wildy's .received a new lino of
'"Wildy lias received Ills first large
Invoice of spring goods and clothing.
Now lino of carpets at Corn
Ask your grocer for Ankora
coffee and got a silver spoon free
8 lbs. of broken Java coffee at
.Wildy 's for 81.
Kaffir corn for sale at Wildys
Best caroal for this country.
I will buy your county warrants.
H. R. Green.
20 pounds of largo California
prunes at Wildy's for SI.
Eabter glasswaro novelties at
20 lbs .dried apples for $1.00 at
PADS1 PADS! Call and got
your sweat pads of H. R. Grcon .
Brown backs at 35 cts each.
OLD PAPERS Sets a dozeu, at
The Heuald office.
O. J. Wildy wants sorao chick
ens. New dry goods nnd shoos, right
up to date, just received at Wildys
Look at those five cents prints at
nJr Mnrl 1
V at WILDY'S
Now Everything J
Wanted To buy a sccqnd
hand wagon and harness. In
.quirc at this olfico.
Calvin J. Wildy
Always Leads and Never Follows !
WE SELL YOU GOODS.
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
WE MAKE YOU HAPPY.
Come and see us and got tho best, tho latest, and tho
cheapest. Dry goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots
and Shoes, Glasswaro, Quecnswni'o, and Provisions.
Wo are always pleased to have frionds call whether to buy or other
wise, aud especially invite strangers, transients, and city vuitors to
call and if Wo have no timo to show you goods nor quoto you prices,
wo will be pleased to have you admiro our llor.il windows decorated
with tropical and foreign plants, nil in full bloom (hut please don't
Bteal slips) bo whonovor at tho county Seat always do
your trading with your old roliablo firm.
Yours anxious to please,
I his Space Belongs to
.Tiik Oldest JEsTAULiBnMENT in the County,
Charter Oak Cook Stoves,
Genuine Round Oak Heating Stoves,
Paints, Oils, Glass, otc. .
Special Agent for BAKER PERFECT Barb
Wire the Best on Earth.
JF. n. Dellwood, M. D. ' W. S. Bellwood, m. d,
Physicians and Surgeons.
SSF-Roaras 3-4-5-6, Opera Block.
Frefl Krug Brewing Company
CABINET BOTTLED BEER
A High 'Grade Lager Beer,
Purest in the Market. .
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY,
Office 1007 Jackson Stxeot, Omaha, Nob
:C. J. WILDY
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