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HEMINGFOlll), BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JUNE 12. 1890.
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?OFFICIAL PAPER OF
BOX BUTTE COUNTY.
PntilUtml every Fridaj and cntaml nt the
posUoilico In JJenilnafortl. Nibrak, an socoml-
. 'olaim mail mattor. TilK llnnAtn Is ilovotMl to
te inU'restB o Heniingfonl and HoK IJutto
' THOS. J. O'KUEPn, Publisher.
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F.M. TnEi.PR ....Clerk.
A. M. Mir.usn Treasurer.
J as. If. H. Hewett i Indict.
K. P. KwnENEV , SlwrilT.
11. K. Oilman Attorney.
Mibs A. K. Neeland Huperintundent.
Tin. W. K. MlLLKn Coroner.
Hit. L.W. Uowmas., l'hiuloian.
James lUnnr t'omniicslonrr 1st DIM.
Jar. Hollinrake. . Cmnilt.ionpr2iid Iiist.
O. W. Duncan . .. CoiHiniBHionerUrdDiHt.
-New Short Line to Holenn, Butte
Spokane, Seattle and Tacoma.
CK X. e "W. O. Time Card.
JIo.lQ, pnssoncorurrlves ill
cut " " o:oo n. in.
V MUrulgttt nrrlvos at iU:iuu. in,
No, 41 lmsficnKor arrives ut 4:1s a. in.
" s freight " 11:53 p. in.
" 17 friBht arrives nt 3:3$ p. m
All trulns onrry- pasHOnKors.
W. SI. CorciiAND, Agcnr
UEMisoronD potttolllco. On weok days door
opens at 7 a. m. (relieral doliven' opons at S .
Hi, and closce al Hp. ci. Upon Sundays 0 to
10 a. in.
Ilzui.voroRD and Box Butte taeo daily except
JIkminuvohd and DuNi.Ar ttago, Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
Dunlap cheess is tho best on
Hhe' market'. Try 'it '
A new lot of shoes just received by
W. K. IlcrncaU.
"Wildy'a received a new lino of
"Wildy lias reccivrd his first largo
invoice of spring goods and clothing.
Now line of carpets at Ilorn
.call's. Ask your grocer for Ankora
coffee and get a silvor spoon free
8 lbs. of broken Java coffee at
Wildy's for $1.
Kaffir corn for sale at Wildys
Best cereal for this country.
I will buy your county warrants.
H. E. Gkeen.
20 pounds of largo California
prunes at Wildy's for SI.
Eastor glasswaro novelties at
20 lbs dried apples for $1,00 at
Wanted To buy a second
hand wagon and harness. In
quire at this oilicc.
OLD PAPERS 5cts a dozen, at
TriE IIeiiald office.
0. J. Wildy wauts some chick
ens. Now dry goods and shoos, right
up to date, juBt received at Wildys
Look at those live cents prints at
V at WILDY'S
Now Every thing J
Tho republican electors of Nou
paroil precinct are called to meet
in caucus at tho Nonpareil school
houso on Thur&day, June 18th, at
3 o'clock p. in., for tiio purpose of
choosing four delegates to tho
county convention, and nominat
ing a precinct ticket.
E. Mabin, Committeeman.
Tho republican olectora of Dor
soy precinct will meet in caucus
at the court houso in Hemingford
at 3 o'clock p. in., on Thursday,
June 18, 189(5, for tho purpose of
choosing six delegates to tlie
county convention, -
' B. F. GiLMANjCoromittoeraan.
Tho county commissioners are
in session this week ns a board
of equalization. Tho regular
business will bo taken up Mon
day. Operator Chambers has been
transferred to Alliance and Clnts.
Triplett takes his place here.
Roy "Wundorlich held Luther
an sor.vices iu Scotts Bluff coun
O, J. Wildy and Miss NolliotM?s. Lemons
Goodonough visited frionds at
Box Butte Sunday. .
G. E. Zimmerman, of Canton,
made this offico a pleasant call
Mr. Fallon drove oVor from
Hay Springs Monday roturning
! Tuesday. Harvo and Nellie
Goodonough accompanied him
back for a fow days visit.
M. McCarthy, of Omaha, wt s
looking after his real estate in
terests tin this county Wednes
day. B. L. Fenner and sister, Miss
Alma, were iu tho city yester
day. W. J. Earnest has returned
from Council Bluffs.
Thoro will bo Baptist services
at tho M. E. church tomorrow
ovening. All are invited.
K. Bovan went up tho lino
Monday whorje ho has a job as
blacksmith with Miko Elmore.
Revs. Wundorlich and Thoen
have built a now barn.
Marshal Gooch returned from
Owensville, Ind., Wednesday.
His father is much improved in
Mrs. Furman, of Marsland,
was the guest of Irs. Burlew
Owing to ill health. Miss Col
lins closed her school near Mas
land and is staying with Airs.
Attorney J. F. McClung, of
Edgemont, had business in Hem
ingford a couple of davs this
. Mrs. O. A. Miller rotm-ned
from Crawford Tuesday.
Postmaster Morrissey. of Dun
lap, transacted busiuess iu town
Miss Viola Trout is tho proud
possesor of a fine piano, a pres
ent from her father.
Rev. Kendall has a fine now
Rev . Father .Tutz, of Rosebud
Agency, will say mass at tho
Catholic church Monday Juno IS.
J. C. McCorkle went east Tues
G. L. Taylor shjppcd cattle to
Omaha this weok.
D. P. Miller and D. Mcintosh,
of Canton, are in town to day.
They report fino rains in that
vicinity and crops aro dojng
Nearly all tho dams on Snake
Creole wore swept out by tho
heavy rain last Saturday.
Edgoirlont is malpng prepara
tions for a grand celebration on
Muster Paul and Miss Lulu
Con vis oamo down from Craw
ford last evening for a visit witli
Mrs. W. A. Bissoll and daugh
ter, Miss Carrie, of Box Butto,
wore Hemingford visitors Satur
day. Tho Missionary society of the
Congregational church will hold
its regular dinner at Mrs. Mc
Candlass' next Wednesday.
Revs. Coolidgo and Ticknor,
Mrs. Sherwood and Mise Noo
land wont to Chadron Tuesday
to attend the closing exorcise at
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Losfi
Price, Juno 0, 1890, a girl.
Marry Pierce an u JidKoyuolus
made a trip to Chadron
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Jiev. bmunbuugn, or Alliance
was the guest of How J. W. Ken
Miss Mary, Maslor . Johnny
and Michuol Elmore ara spend:
mga lew days witli. ,tlihaiil6
Miss Lillio Johnson died Tucs
day at her homo near Boreal
She had been teaching at Lake
side until reentry when sho was
taken home sick. Miss Johnson
was an estimable young lady,
loved by all who knew her. The
bereaved parents have tho sym
pathy of tho community. '
Children's Sunday at tho Con
gregational church onevQok froni
next Sunday Juno 21. At ton
o'olock (hero will lie special px
ercisos for tho children and will
include singing, recitation etc.
At eloven o'clock the preaching
sorvico will bo especially adapted
to tho children. Everybody is in
vited to all of tho sorvices.
Tho heaviest rain wo have ovor
seen fell hero last Saturday and
wjis followed by another on Wed
nesday. Wo fear theso heavy,'
rains will cause a crust to form oi$
tho top of the ground, and if so
our farmers' should immediately
proceed to harrow their small grain
and break 'up this crust, no differ
ence if your grain is knee high
and you do tear up a part of it.
If loftalono this
only retard tho
growth of" tfio
grain, but will draw tho inoisturo
from beneath. We aro speaking
from experience and know what
we aro talking about. Follow our
advice and you will thank us next
A Pleasant Surprise.
One of tho most ploasant par
ties of tho season was the sur
prise given Mrs. John Lomons,
Tuesday evening. Tho party
was gotten up on short notico
but a good sized crowd turned
out and by nine o'olock tho com
modious residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Lemons was completely
filled. Dancing commenced at
10 o'clock and at 12 all sac down
to an elegant supper which tho
"intruders" had bi ought in their
baskets. After' tho repast danc
ing was resumed and continued
till 8 o'clock when all departed
for their homes with tho feeling
that Mr. and Mrs. Lemons- is an
oxcellont place to-go to enjoy
Bcac 23u.tto Bulletin.
Since the rains are so plentiful
Mr. ilughos who is now in Okla
homa writes he will ho back in
August to stay.
Calvin Wildy and Miss Nellio
Goodonough were guests of Miss
Lulu Blair Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Atkin and
little Major leave for Omaha
Friday where they will consult
a specialist in regard to Major's
Dolbort Libby made his good
by visit in' this vicinity Sunday,
and thoro is one ho oont want to
be nigh(Nye) anymore.
Mr. Geo. Ross wont to Hay
Sxrings Wednesday for a load of
Hour for our Box Butte mer
chants. I expect to bo homo Monday,
Juno loth and remain a fow
days. R. HBlanchaud,
PADS! PADS! Call and get
your sweat pads of B?. It. Greah.
Brown baoks at 35 els each.
Ulustraled Lecture on tho
LIFE OF CHRIST
it is in tho Bible, iiivon bv
Rev. T. P. Haloy, of Alliance,
in tho Catholic Church at
nEMINGFORD, JUNE 25, '00,
Lecture begins at 8 o'clock p, m.
It is tho whole life of Christ,
painted by tho most celebrated
artists, and represented iu lifo
size. Tho lecture is purely his
torical, and was equally appreci
ated by all denominations in a
'score ot places recently. Inter
esting to all. Come!
Admission, adults, 25 cents,
children, 10 cents.
Oilico days of Co. Supt. are
Monday and Saturday of each
weok. Teacher's examination, thq
third Saturday of each month.
'Tile Teachers' Institute as main
tained for defiuito purposes.
T make provision for enriching
the course of study in tho country
To elevate tho standard of pro
fessional ideals and to dirodt tho
professional studies of teachers;
to create educational soutimont and
enthusiasm, and to frivocdiicitimi-
lo exemplify, by the best meth-
how tho woveral Buhjecls
should bo taught in the elemen
To instruct teachers in how lo
organize, manage aud control
crust will notBcuooto anu ,'properJ wcare tortno,
'health, comfort, gonoral culture,
and moral elevation of tho chil
It is not for the purpose of
teaching tho "common branches;"
or for making teachers of people
who are ignorant of thoso branch
es. It is not for tho purpose of pro
paring people for passing exam
inations for teachers' certificates.
It is not to bo conducted in
view of an examination at its
close'; and tho examination, which
is hold at tho closo, is not confined
to tho few brief lessons taught
during tho institute.
It is not to furnish silent listen
ers to instructors who think tolling
Tho Institute is a school whore
everybody works, it eostB money
and is worth money worth many
times what it costs, if wisdom is
used on the part of the conductor
aud instructors aud if tho teachers
como for tho purposo of being
strengthened in their profession.
Believing firmly that teachers
(should bo urged and encouraged to
strive for educational and profes
sional improvement, I have decid
ed to make the renewal of croUfi-
cates depend on tho following con
ditions:" lbt. All teachors who
hold second-grade certificates hav
ing an average of 85 per cent or
more, may have thorn renewed (a)
upon passing a satisfactory exam
ination in Teachers' Heading Cir
cle Work of 1895-90; or (b) by
taking examination in at least
thrco of tho branches in which
they have their lowest grades.
2nd. All teachers who hold sec
ond grado curtiiicates having an
average of less than 85 per cent
will bo required to tuko examina
tion in at least five of tho branches
in which they have their lowest
grades. 3rd. Teachers who have
not taught since receiving thoir
certificates cannot have them re
newed except on out ire re-exam-iuatiou.
Anyone who has never
taught siay recoivo a certificate on
passing tho required examination
it ho (wing: a written testimonial
from, his teacher certifying that ho
possesses ability iu that line.
Always Leads and Never Follows !
Como aud seo us and get the best, tho latest, and the
cheapest. Dry goods, Groceries, Clothing Boot
aud Shoes, Glasswaro, Quccubwjvto, aud Provisiona.
We are' always pleased to havo friends call whether to buy or other
wise, and especially invite stnmgors, transients, and city visitors to
call and if wo havo no time to show you goods nor quoto- you prices,
wo will bo pleased to have you admire our floral windows decorated
with tropical and foreign plants, all in full bloom (but please dqa't
steal slips) so whenovor at tho county seat always do
your trading with your old reliublo firm.
Yours anxious to plcaso,
his Space Belongs to
...... Tna Oldest Establishment in the County,,
Charter Oak Cook Stoves,
Genuine Round Oak Heating Stoves,
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.
Special Agent for BAKER PERFECT Barb
Wire the Best on Earth.
CABINET BOTTLED BEER
A High Grade Lager Beer,
Purest in the Market.
PATK0NIZE HOME INDUSTRY.
Offico' 1007 Jackson Street, Omaha, Neb.
H. H, PIE
Wo have first-claBS stocl
furnish at reasonable rates. 0
aro unexcelled in tho city. GV
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