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HEMINGFOItD. BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA, IfJUDAY, JUNE 5, 11)05.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
BOX BUTTE COUNTY.
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T. M. PiiEi.rs Clerk.
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JUihs A. K. Neki.anu
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Bit. W.K. Miller
Dii. U. W. Howsun
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Ci. V. DlWCAH
. , Superintendent..
.CommUnluner iKt Hist.
CommlnRionor '-nil Uist.
Nsw Short Line to Helena, Butte
Spokane, Seattle and Tacqma.
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W. il. Cokcand, Accnr
VrMlworonD poetoflico. On week days door
, oppuo at 7 a. m., mineral delivery opens at 8 a.
ni. ami clones at tip. in. Open Huud:ijs Q to
Icminiiforu asd Hox Butts tnsoiUily except
IIeiunoford and Pu.nlap itage, Monday
, Wednesday and Friday,
AH traiiiH carrv nassencfrs.
Ofhco days of
'Co. Supt. 'are'
, Monday nud Saturday of each
week. Teacher's examination, the
third Saturdaj' of each month.
The next examination for pro
fessional life certificates "will bo
held by the state board of examin
ers June 9 and 10, 1896, at Craw-
" Children must bo taught to
work, to love work, and to work
because it is right.
Bear constantly in aiiud the
truth that tho aim of your discip
line should be to produco a self
governing being: not to produce a
being to be governed by others.-'-Ilerbert
Jimmy "When I grow up I'm
going to Ito school teaohor.
Papa Why do you want to be
a school teacher?
Jimmy 'Cause you don't have
to know tho lessons yourself
you just havo to hear them out of
a book. Harper's Bound Tabic.
It is the teachers duty to train
the children and tho 'responsibility
is great. The work in the school
room to day will havo its influence
a thousand years from now. But
fin a few short years the children
of today will go into thronged
cities and crowdad marts; or' tlioy
will go to foreign countries, and
there they will take their part in
thu world's work and be "living
epistles known and read of all
wen." Train tho children, and
tho vices will be shriveled up, tho
church strengthened, the cause of
God uplifted; and thoso who have
looked with sadnobS at tho un
cODcern and neglect of the past
will thon rojoice "the little ono
has already become a thousand,
antl tho small ono a great nation."
Miller & Wildy havo secured
thq services of tho Alliance mil
ler. Tho mill has always had
tho reputation of getting out tho
best Hour and no doubt will ao
Additional local news on last
Dr. Blanchard went to Lusk
Master Paul Kendall was quite
il tho.ilrst of the week. . t -
'i Si ft', Sweeney "and .fa'mily
Sn, visitjoig at Allianco trday.
W. liTOdls'ten, tlvj'woldivhas
UU U 111 LUIS ISSUU. 1VUUU. III.
Mrs. Sherwood and Miss Ne
land visited Allianco last Friday.
Mrs. Ford and littlo daughter
of Lawn were in tho city Friday.
Prof. Fonner made a trip to
Custer Laud Hot Springs this
Miss Anna JVbhlers wont -to
Crawford yesterday for a fqw
"W. A. Hampton, of. Allianco,
transacted business in tho city
Mr. and Mrs. Gerber and Mr.
Mrs. Reed to tho Ruimingwater
today on a fishing trip.
The merchandise storo of W
W. Norton, at Alliance, was
closed by creditors this week.
Owing to sickness, Miss Fan
nie IGerber returned from Hot
Springs, Tuesday, where she has
been attending tho Black Hills
B. F. Gilman is suffering with
a severe attack of rheumatism.
Ho was under tho care of "Dr."
H. R. Green last night and was
afforded much relief.
Tho Alliance ball nine promis
ed to play the Ilemingford team
at this place on Decoration Dav
in their appearance.
Mrs. Wm. Bowman, of Hay
Springs, visited her parents Mr.
and Mrs. V. Curtis. Sho return
ed Wednesday, accompanied , by
Miss Mabel Curtis.
Henry Winten and John Lorts
cher wore in from Liberty yes
terday. They informed us that
NeckantBros., had three horses
killed by lighting Wednesday
Judge Kinkaid came in fiora
tho east last evening and wont
nvest this morning. The Judge
has a host of friends in Box
Butto county wio are always
glad to see him.
Miss Susie Frazior and Lena
Jay roturnod to their homes near
Allianco Monday. Miss Alma
Fcnner returned to Dunlap. She
expects to visit her sister at
Chicago in a couple of weeks.
Mr. Herman' Fraedrich and
Miss Paulona Trenkle, both of
Alliance, were united in holy
matrimony at tho Lutheran par
sonage by Row Aug. C.
Wu'uderlich, Thursday, Juno 4,
Phil Tiornoy and bride depart
ed for their f uturo homo in Rap
id City, S. D., this morning.
Mr. Tiernoy will resume his po
sition with tho Rapid Milling Co.
in whoso employ ho has been for
Rev, L. Coolidgo, the new
Congregational minister, arrived
from Natick, Mass., last Satur
day and preached his first ser
mon in Ilomingford Sunday
morning. Mr. Coolidgo is a
pleasant gentleman, and no doubt
will give good satisfaction.
Tho many friends of Frank W.
Smith, of Allianco, trill be pleased
to learn that helms been promoted
to tho responsible position of
Car Accountant of tho Burlington
with headquarters at Lincoln.
Mr. Smith is a young man of
energy and ability and his promo
tion has boon earned by steady
application-to his dutiss.
Memorial Day is Approp
riately Observed by the
' lift Viil,t and Grateful
People of Herrtjngf o
wP'.9 "T " "C
May CO, now
geuerally designated as Momori-
al Dt- , tho largest assomblago
ever soon in nemingford gather
ed to pay fitting tribute to tho
memory of the nation's departed
heroes. Tho procession formed
with tho Hemingford Cornet
Band of, eighteen men, at the
head, and marched to tho Con
gregatioual church, which had
been beautifully decorated with
ilags, flowers, and bunting. tL'ho
church, which holds about
people, was tilled to its fullest
capacity, while many could not
gain admittance. Tho band play
ed an appropriate selection after
which Rev. Kendall offered an
excellent and appropriate pray or.
The choir of fifteen trained
voices selected by Prof. Blanch
ard, especially for tho accasion,
with Miss Nellie Goodonough at
tho organ, rendered an appropri
ate selection at the close of which
Hon. W. L. Akers, orator of tho
day, was introduced by Chairman
Piukerton. For a moment, the
speaker himself a veteran, at the
sight of maimed and battered
comrades, of '01-03, who sat be
fore him with bowed heads, was
overcome with' emotion. "Qttlok
ly overcoming this, ho began his
address which was both eloquent
and grandly pathetic, moving Che
vast audiendo to tears while tho
old yeterans sobbed aloud as tho
sad scenes of other days passed
in review before thorn and at tho
close of tho address each old
soldier -grasped tho speaker's
hand with a fraternal feeling
that others can never realize.
Tho band played and the choir
sang again and tho audience was
dismissed until after dinner. Tho
old soldiers formed in double file,
headed by the band, and voro es
corted to the Gerbor Hall where
tho ladies of Homingford had
prepared a bountiful dinner for
them and their families. Ono
hundred persons sat down io tho
first table, Rev. Wornom invok
ed tho divine blessing, and the
people of Homingford vied with
each other in thoir attention to
their honored guests. After the
ex-soldiers arose a general invi
tation to visitors was extended
and tho dinner wiis ample for all.
After dinner the pi-ocession con
sisting of seventy-two teams bo
sides many on horseback and bi
cycles, was formed by Marshal
Sweeney and proceeded to tho
cemetery whero the graves of
Edward Roborts and Werner
Sqhlumpf who aro there inter
red, wore decorated by the school
children under tho direction of
their teachers, Mrs. Blanchard
and Miss Frazier. Tho following
named old soldiers wore in at
tendance: B. F. Moore, Co. K, 59 111.
F. M. Hawkins, Co. G. 47 111.
L. R. Cordin, Co. B, bll Pa.
W. K. Alters, Co. G, 7 la.
G. W. Loer, Co. B, Xi Ind.
Olo Gilbert, 10 Wis.
Edward Keano, 13 Kan.
M R Murphy, 102 111.
B F Frazior, Co. H, 18 Wis.
David Loch, Co I, 0 Mo.
Jacob Shetlor, Co F, 142 Ohio.
John Eokmau, Co C, 7 Iowa Cav.
Fred Abloy, Co A, 0 Mich.
Robt Anderson.Co G 125 U SOT
J A Bull, Co K,l Miss. Marino B.
J K Benedict, Co H, 74 Ind.
W M Evuns, Co F, 18 N. Y.
W M Foskct, Co H, 52 III Cav.
MH Goodonough,Co A.20 NYCav
H B Jones, 1 Miss Marino Brig.
NO Judson, Co A, 118 Wis.
Lewis Morgan, Co A, 811 Iowa.
Alvin M Miller, Co F, 70 111.
E Mabin, Co B, 148 111.
ASH McLaughlin, Co I, 18 Iowa.
Cfijis S Marino, Co B, 18 III. -J,avPinkerton,
Co A, 184 Pa;
if Shiudlor 8 Iowa Cav.
E P. Swoei y, Co K, 4 U S 0v.
Sbiith P Tuttle, Co F, 1 Neb Oav
Jam eft Burr v. I 30 Maine.
Rev. Jas. T. Wornom, S3 111.
School Closes. '
Tlyi sohool your of tho Heming
fqvd High School eloW, Jaat Fri
day with tho utmal Htersty exercia
e The txpressiona of satisfac
tion with the able corp3 of teachers,
rrnni patrons and pupiV, are tini-
ionnly wvurnbie. lne occupation
ot teacher is ono of the most ardu
ona of professions and the untir
ing devotion of our teachers, Prof.
L. B. Fenaer, Mrs. Blaftciiavd sad
Mis Friyiier to their laborious du
ties, aro -worthy of tho- highest
A Birthday Surprise.
A surpri'0 party was given Mr.
James Stratton, at Berea, yester
day, tho occasion beiug his 71st
birthday. A pleaaant time is re
ported. Those present worte:
Messrs and MetHlaines,
Fred Abloy, W 11. Ward,
A. Pierce, John Stftadaid,
A. I). Millott, II. N. Kavaeat,
0- Kidwell, Bon Pnw,
Fred Smith, of Alliance.
.Mr. T. Green, Mrs. McCnmiless.
v Misses, y
-'Dolly Piorco, Xice.Rustin. .
Vernie Millott, Don Standard.
iM.mJH9mf ot the
Lincoln Park soWOoltNvltl-fiidr'
hold in that city from Juno 16th
to 19th inclusive. Tho Associa
tion has spared no efforts or ox
penso in securing a largo field of
horses for the several races, and
tho program will be so arranged
so as to givo tho.-o attending the
first da' tho opportunity of wit
nessing the greatest field of 2:09
pacers that will likely bo brought
together this year. Their aim is
to -give a class of races, the equal
of'which has not taken place in
Nebraska, to pleaso tho public
and merit their patronage.
Married, in tho Catholic church
at Chadrou, Juno 2, 189(5, by Rev.
Father Brophy, Mr. Phil Tierney
and Miss MainioIIollinrako.
Tho happy couplo accompanied
by Mr. Henry Hollinrako who act
ed as best man and Miss Mamie
Friel tho bridesmaid, repaired to
the homo of tho brido's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hollinrako,
whero an elegant wedding feast
was served to about sixty invited
guests. Af tor all partook of tho
BumptuouB ropast the tables wore
cleared and tho tripping of tho
light fantastio was indulged in till
tho wee small hours, when all dd
parted for their respective homes
wishing Mr. and Mrs. Tiernoy a
life of happiness nud prosperity.
Manv useful presents were re
ceived among them tho following:
Mr. and Mrs. Knten, glass set;
J. A. Huutor, set silver knives and
forks; Mr. and Mrs. Burlow, silver
pitcher; Mrs. Jas. Hollinrako,
picture, towels and comfort; Mag
gio Hollinrakc, cako stand; 0. J.
AVildy, picture; Mr. and Mrs.
Cross, table cloth; Geo. Fendriok,
towels; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Who
lan, pillow shams, bowl and pitch
er; Samuel Hollinrako, set of
knives, forks and spoons; Delia
Reed, picture, Mr. and Mi's. Neo
land, napkins; Estor Neoland, doy
lies; Mamie Friol, bud spred and
cushion; Grandma Hollinrako,
table cloth and fruit dish; Mr. and
Mrs. Gibson, fruit dish; Mary
O'Koofo. bod spread. Mr. aud Mrs.
G W Hatch, water set.
AH ways Leads and
AVE SELL YOD GOODS.
WE SAVE YOU
AYE MAKE YOU
Como and boo us, and got the host, the latest, and the
cheapest. Dry goods, Groceries, Clothing, Boots
and Shoes, Glasswaro, Qucensware, nnd Provisions.
AVo are always ploasod to have friends call whothor to buy or other
wise, and especially invite strangors, transients, nnd city visitors to
call and if wo havo no timo to show you goods nor quote you price,
we will bo pleased to havo you admiro our floral windows decorated
with tropical and foreign plants, all in full bloom (but pleaso dos't
sttjal slips) so whenever at the county seat always do
your trading with your old reliable firm.
Yours nnxious to pleaso, J,
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