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About Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 7, 1896)
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,of eeries, Dry
Goollsf Shoes, No
tions, etc., New
est stock in the
Produce taKen at its
highest market value
and 50 cent silver dol
lars received at their
lace. C. A, BURLEW.
School district No. 26, Dawes
county, will receive bids up to
August 10, 1896, for building n
frAniR Rnbool house, size 18x21.
Specifications furnished by officers
.of the district.
All parties desiring Up make
tp final proof can haye their papers
ly made out at the juskaioj oinuu,
E free of charge, and promptly
transmitted to thp land office.
I will sell trimmed goods at one-
fourth off from marked price in or
dor to make room for now goods.
Now is tho time to get a hat cheap
at tho millinery store ono door
north of Wildy's.
Miss L. Adams,
TUTTLE & TAS3I
Morn&ys - at - Law,
L. W. OWHAN
Physician and Surgeon,
Office rooms and residence in
Draver block, up stairs.
Special attention given to dig
pases of children .
New Short Line to Helena, Butte
Spolsanc, Seattle and Tacoma.
CK X. & "W. O. Tim.3 Card
No. . pnnsftntcer arrives ul
6:0o p, in.
.0:10 U. m.
" 18 Irelcht nrrlvos nt
J WEST BOUND.
No, 11 pjisflenBernrrlvcsnt 4:15 a.m.
" isfrolcht " li: p. m.
" T IrolKht arrlVos at 3:M i. m
All truiusenrrjr passoncorfl.
W. M. Command, AKPnr
HeMiNaronD postotlice. On wpek clnys door
opens at 7 n. m-, general delivery opens at 8 a.
m. and closes at 8 p. m. Open Sundays 11 to
10 a. m.
Heminofobd and Ilox Burnt stagedally except
BcMINCiroBD AMD DtJNLAP stego, Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
XUUted by Kx-Comctmkimck
W. J. BRYAN
It the greatest ntvxpaper .
of the Missouri Miner.
It advocates FREE SILVER
at the present ratio- of sixteen
Ita flews service i tha bast to
Daily, $0.00 per year; BOcenta
per month. Weekly, ft 00 par
Subscriptions for the
received at this offlc
A. Triplett, of Alliance, is in tho
James McLennan was nijing
somo this week.
A. Sherwood was a Crawford
B. F. Moore, of Marsland, was
in tho city Wednesday.
Boy. Wunderlich married a
couple at Whitney, Monday.
Bey. Bicker, of Chadron, was
a visitor in the city Thursday.
Co. Treasurer Miller was on the
sick list tho fore part of tho week.
W. Q, Caven and wife, of Lead,
S. D., wore visiting Hemingford
Gus Larson is injoying a visit
from his brother and nephew, of
Fremont, this week.
There will bo services at tho
Catholic church Sunday Aug. 9 th,
at 10 o'clook sharp.
Mrs. Willis Youne wont to
Deadwood this week whero her
husband is employed.
Mrs. J. W. Frazior and sister,
Miss Lena Jay, visited Heming
ford friends Wednesday.
Miss Anna Neeland returned
from tho hills yesterday and re
ports a very pleasant time.
B. F. Moore and Pauline Byrne
were married at tho court house
Thursday by Judge HoWett.
Win. Cross, W. A. Hoftd and
C. M. Lotppeich, Lakesiko, are
now subscribers to this family
Mrs. C. S. Worloy came up from
Lincoln Saturday to visit friends
and look after her property near
Invitations are out for a good
old fasioned quilting party at the
residence of Mrs. James Hollirake
Bev. Coolidgo and Mrs. Sher
wood started for Reno Wednes
day to attend the ordination of
Mesdames M. M. Blanchard, M
E. Hammond, Leo Bustin and
Miss Anna Ward were Alliance
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Pinkerton
returned from their oiting at Hot
Springs, S. D., Saturday. They
report a very pleasant trip.
Dr. W. I Seymour, representing
The AIoo Penfold Co., opticians,
of Omaha, was in tho city luesday
and fitted glasses for several of
"VV. M. Coneland went to Custer,
S. D., Sunday and accompanied
Mrs. Copelaud and mother. Mrs.
McFadden home from a months
visit in that city.
The directors of the Box Butto
county Agricultural society are
requested to meet at the court
houso at 2 p. m. Saturday Aug. 15
189G. A. Sheuwood, Pros.
J. C. McCorklo relumed from
Omaha yesterday. Mac is ono of
the life long republicans who has
comooutfor silver and he says
"Everything iB coming our way
in eastern Nebraska."
Tho Missionary society of tho
Congregational church will havo
its regular monthly dinner nnxt
"Wednesday with Mrs. Sherwood.
Tho object of tho dinner is to raise
money to repair the church.
Everybody welcomo. Come.
"Wo are informed that A. II. 1
McLaughlin, of Marsland, was
quite serously hurt by a young
colt last Sunday. Ho was removed
to Fort Robinson for medical treat
ment. Mac has many friends in
this city who regret to hear of his
Wo are in receipt of a lpttor
from J. K. Neal who is now in
Tennessee, in, which, he says, hini-
BOX BUTTE COUNTY,
self and family will start for homo
this week but will visit a fow days
in Virginia and also in eastern
Nebrasku. Ho says it iB very wot
there now and suushino is scarcer
than rain in Box Butte. Regard
ing tho political situation ho says
"tho democrats and populist here
and in North Carolina seem highly
pleased with tho nomination of
Bryan. Many republicans like
tho financial plank in the demo
cratic platform hotter than their
own and declare they will voto for
Judge W.L. Green, of Kearney,
will address tho people of Box
Butto county on the political issue
of the day at tho court houso in
Hemingford, Aug. 20, at 2 p. m. at
tho opera houso in Alliance 8
o'clock p. m. Everybody should
hear this noted orator. Good
.music in attendance.
Clakk Olds, Chairman.
Oo. Board Frocroodlxigs.
County Clerk's office, )
JJuly 30, 1895. j"
Board of county commissioners
mot as per adjournment. Pres
ent, James Hollmrako chairman,
James Barry and G. W. Duncan.
Petition was presented by En
os Kerr and 35 others asking
that a public road be opened be
tween townships 25 and 20 and
described as follows, commenc
ing on the Sheridan county lino
at the junction of tho northeast
corner of section lr township 25,
range 47 with the Sheridan
county line, thence running west
between township 25 and 2G a
distance of six miles to tho range
lino between 47 and 48. Also
remonstrance against the open
ing of said line was signed by
William Kline and 19 others.
After due consideration the
board finds that the public good
requires the oponing of such line
and as authorized by section 46,
compiled statute of Nebraska, for
year 1895, thoy declare this lino
to be opened for public travel.
The clerk is instructed to notify
the overseer to remove obstruc
tion and cause it to bo worked
same as other public roads.
Petition was presented by G,
W. Erb and 29 others asking that
a public road bo opened com
mencing at the southwest quar
ter of scotion 0-25-17 and running
duo east Bix miles to southeast
corner section l-ao-if; aiso re
monstrance against the same
signed by C. C. Stevens and 34
others; Since neither petition,
nor remonstrance shos the lo
cation of tho signers, it is deem
ed advisable and is ordered by
tho board that the matter be laid
over until the next regular meet
ing in order' to give both parties
time to make a complete show
ing.. On motion board adjourned
Afternoon session. Full board
Potitinn was nresented signed
by Nolson Bearss and 21 others
asking that a public road bo
oooned commencing at southeast
comer section 1-26-49 and run
ning due west to southwest cor
ner sec 0-26-52. Tho petition
not showing location of signers
and objection being made in per
son to the opening of said lino,
the-board decided to lay the mat
ter over until the next regular
meeting to giva each side oppor
tunity to make complete show
Samuel Nauglo presented tax
receipt JMo. aaaa snowing lax ior
1895 on southwest quarter aa-zf-52
paid under protest, and asked
that tho amount be refunded on
the ground that the land at that
time was not subject to taxation.
Tho; board aftor investigation or
dered tho treasurer to refund
On motion board adjourned till
n n m.. Julv 31. 1896.
P. M. Phelps, Clerk.
July 31, 1896.
Board mot as per adjournment.
All inoinhp.rs nresent.
John O'Keofo appeared before
ttyo board and, asked that ono
JqUu Prokop, now a county
NEBRASKA. FRIDAY, AUG. 7, 1896.
chargo at tho poor farm, bo turn
ed over to his euro ana Mr.
O'Keofo offered to caro for and
clothe said Prokop return for
such services as the boy may be
ablo to render. Tho board bo
loivhig that tho boy would bo
woll cared for while in Mr.
O Keefo's chargo, issued an order
to P. H. Zobol lessee of tho poor
farm, directing him to turn him
over to Mr. O'Keofo.
A. E. Tunborg having moved,
from this countv loavinir person
al tax of 1893 amounting to
$40.40 and interest, ansottled,
and tho trensuror having issued
distress warrant which was ro
turned by tho sheriff with $39.10
realized after paying legal ex
penses, it appearing1 to the board
that tho balance of said tax is
uncollectible and that tho treas
urer has used duo diligence in
endeavoring to collect, thoy
hereby authorizo him to apply
said $39.10 upon the tax and
strike balance from tax list.
On motion board adjourned for
Afternoon session. All mem
Resignations woro presented
and nccepteL ds follows:
Foto ivoarney, overseer jx. u. zy.
G. W. Parrott, " 14.
Jno. E.Hunt, 27.
Lewis Mackey, " "28.
Resignation of L. H. Moshor,
J. P,, Lako precinct, was receiv
ed and laid over till next meet
ing. Bids to furnish the countv with
coal were opened and contract
let to lowest bidder as follows:
to Hemingford Milling Company
to furnish one car hard coal (egg'
size) f. o. b. cars" at Heminsrford
at $12 per ton.
Attention of board having been
called to certain funds shown on
treasurer's books as due the state
Page 19, Jan. 8, 1894, $-120, lease
" 21, 8, 200, prin.
" 28f" 8, 280, Int.
and of which books do not show
disposition, tho matter was re
ferred to former treasurer Keefe
who thereupon presented to
board a receipt from tho state
treasurer showing these funds
to havo been paid to him, whore
upon the board directs that cred
its be entered on treasurer's
A list of sixty names was- then1
prepared from which to draw
jury for Sept. 22nd term of court
and filed as required by law".
The board then took up tho
consideration of claims and after
obtaining certificate of delinquent
personal taxes aue irom tne sev
eral claimants, allowed tho fol
lowing claims and ordered war
rants drawn on tho general fund,
lew of 1890, for such balances
as may remain aftor
ri imi Rt.inpr
2981 State Journal Co., stati'n'ry
2926Potor Kearney, road ov'rsr
3030 Simonson Bros., lumber,
3037 "V. A. Clark, ovors'r dist 1,
3038 John E.Hunt, " "27,
3039 A E Woodbury supl p f'rm
3040 P Kearney, hauling rock
3041 simonson, coal, Mi's Mouary
3042 Chas Parrish, elk elec, '95
ICiA'A .T W Plivictir "
3044 B P Oilman, srv co atty 2qr
3U45 15 1' (iiiman agt, ins court n
3046 LW Bowman srv co phys 2q
3047 Carl Weitz, ovsr dist 22
3048 Moses Johnson "11
3050 Gillespie Bros, supls p frm
3051 Bell & Acheson, "
3052 LW Emery "
3053 C Stovons.damg layg out rd
8054 W W Norton, supplios.poor
8055 P H Smith, juror, Mch '96
4056 P H Smith, supls poor-farm
0JD XT n. ZjUUUI, UYUVhUUl-
3057 J W Brosliiur ovsr dist 8
rrtr-i n TT rr .1 1 tl
3058 OARohder " " 7
3059 Jas Barry, serves co com'sir
3060 Jas Hollinrako "
3061 GW Duncan '
3002' Lewis Mrckoy, ovsr dist 28
A. L. Muirhead presented receipt for'poll tax 58 paid, tne board
upon investigation found that the treasurer had also colleoted tho
amount and ordered a warrant drawn on general fund for $3 in
favor of A., L. Muirhead.
Claim No. 3019, school district No. 18, tuition of non-resident
pupils for ?90 was allowetVfor $89 and warrant ordered drawn on
county school fund, lovy of 1996.
Transcript of costs was filed by Clark Olds, J. P., in case State
of Nebraska vs. G. C. Alexander, amount S37.I0, for payment by
county. On motion matter was laid oyer until noxt meeting.
On- motion board then adjourned sine die.
Attest: P.. M. Phelps,. James Hollinkake,
County Clerk., Chairman.
Calvin J. Wildy
NEW STORE! :: NEW GOODS I
New Prices! . New Everything!
Always Leads and Never Follows f
- PIONEER -
Hardware and" Saddlery.
The Uldest .Establishment in tub County
Charter Oak Cook Stoves,
Genuine Round Oak Heating Stoves,
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc..
Special Agent for BAKER PERFECT Batf
Wire the Best on Earth.
Fred Krug Brewing Company
CABINET BOTTLED BEER
A High Grade Lager Beer
Purest in the Market
PATK0MZE HOME INDUSTRY
Office 1007 Jackson
Street, Omaha, Nob.
John Garrett i on tho sick list.
The late rains done a lot of good,
to corn' and potatoes.
Mrs. A. J. Dunham, of Hemingr
ford is visiting Mrs. O. A. jWS
this week. r
Mr. D. Eberly is our S. S.' sup
erintendent, vice Mrs, S. A. Curtis
resigned. Mr. Eberly is an old
hand at it.
Fred Shrcior has hired some
parties to-take care of his crop.
He is working in a smelter at
Deadwood and intends to stay in
definitely. Oscar Mastrud is so unfortunate
as to have been taken down with.
dropsy; his parents took hin down
to Alliance last Saturday to con
sult a doctor and although the
doctor thought he could cure hiirn
there is but little-hope for his re
covery. He is- under. Dr. Bow
Wanted A load of on subscrip
tion, at this office.
OLD PAPERS octs a dozon, at
Tiik Herald office.
The undersigned will take cattle
to herd for tho season of 1898, at
Foskot's ranch. Terras, 81, for sea
son, from Mtiy 1st to Oot. 15th. .
E. D. Pircuu
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