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HEMINGFORD, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, AUG, 14, 1896.
H iff Hw
S have a full line
,of Groceries, Dry
Goods, Shoes, No
tiQns, etc., New
est stock in the
Produce taken at its
highest market value
and 50 cent silver ' dol
lars received at their
face. C. A, BURLEW.
People You Know.
Thos. Jieck, the portly tind alTiible
hardware merchant, of Alliance,
transacted business at the court house
Geo. A. Underwood and Miss Lillle
Hunt were married by the county
judge on 'Wednesday.
Mrs. Fenner la recovering from her
Mrs. O. A. Miller and children de
parted for Oruvillc, S. IX, Sunday
morning where Mr. Miher lias located
Attorney S. M. Stuyser accompan
ied by his wife and daughters drove
up from Alliance Sunday and spent
the day visiting friends.
Prof. Wordcn contemplates open
ing an art studio at Terry, S. 1). He
is now at Hill City.
11. W. Montgomery, republican can
didate for county attorney, was in
,tho city yesterday.
W. F. Walker's little daughter is
suffering with tonsllltls.
Don't forget to come out and hear
Judge Green speak next " Thursday,
Aug. 20tb. It will be a rare treat.
"Dad Shirk is laid up with a Bore
The young pr-ople of the Congrega
tional church will give a social next
Frhjay evening, Aug. 21st, at the
home "f Mrs. Sherwood. A unique
program will be rendered. Refresh
ments, Ice cream, etc. All are invit
ed. Hon. 11. C. Soleman will spenk on
silver at the court house tomorrow.
Mr. Noloman has the roputution of
being a sound thinker aud good
speaker and you should not fail to
Sheriff Sweeney was "under the
weather" a couplo of days this week.
Mrs. M. E. Talnter arrived from
Colorado and will visit her brother,
Editor Paradis and wife, Mcsdames
Mounts, Cunningham and Smith and
Misses Deal and Mann came up from
Alliance to attend the social Friday
Judge Spacht resigned from tho
school board and ClarK Olds was ap
pointed to -fill vacancy.
Arthur Moore, of the Vintte river,
brought in H75 bushels of wheat Wed
nesday, which he sold to the mill.
Attorney lodence made a business
trip U Cliatlrou and Rusnvllle this
Mis Nettie Uhrig is ut Alliance,
receiving instruction in music from
While In Scotts jJluff county last
week Rev. Wunderllcirs matched
span of blacks strayed away and he
is unable to liud thutn.
prandpa Cook died on Sunday af
ternoon, of cholera nimbus, at the
home of Mike Elmore, Alliance, aud
whs burled In the Catholic cemetery
on Ttiosdtiy. Mr. Conk had passed
ills "Qth year and was an ostiniablc
gentJemHii, liked by all who knew
him. Three daughters refilling in
this county survive him: Mesdames
Mike aud John Elmore and John
Lemon, to whom a host of friends ex
tends ey in path ies.
W. K. Herncall made a trip to
tho Sand hillo tlju week.
16 TO i.Z
Join tho Bryan club.
C. J. Wildy returned from his
Black Hills trip Friday morning.
Trainmaster Birdsall was in
tho city Wednesday,
Bryan meeting at court house
Tho Bryan ladies served ice
cream in tho Gerber building
Examination for Tcachors' cer
tificates will bo held in court
house Aug. 15th and 22nd.
A. M. Davis returned- from
Iowa Wednesday morning whore
ho has been for nearly a year.
Bushncll & Sherwood havo
leased tho Knapp building and
moved their meat market therein.
B. F. Gilman returned from
tho hills Tuesday. Mrs. Gilman
will remain at Hot Springs this
Mrs. J. S. Paradis and Miss
Lulu Maun, of Alliance, have
been visiting Hemingford friends
tho past week.
Prof. Fenner returned from
from Scotts Bluff county Tues
day whore ho has been conduct
ing the Teachers Institute. Ho
returned sooner than ho expected
owing to Mrs. Fonner's illness.
Miss Mary Collins departed for
her homo in Montollo, Wis.,
Monday morning. Miss Collins
has been failing in health for
some time and her many friends
here hope tho change will bene
The Gering papers and tho Co.
Superintendent speak very high
ly of Prof. L. B. Fenner's work
in the Institute at that place.
.Concerning his lecture, tho
"Among tho interesting feat
ures of the Institute this week
was the lecture Wednesday night
by Prof. Fenner on tho subject,
"We the People." Tho lecture
was listened to by a largo aud
ience and was highly appreciat
ed. Ho presented somo unusual
ly good thoughts in an able man
ner, which showed himself to bo
in touch with the best of our
thinkers in tho educational
A very pleasant gathoring was
tho old fashioned .quilting party
at tho home of Mrs. Jas. Hollin
rako last Saturday. After par
taking of an excellent dinner
which Mr. Hollinrako had pro
pared for her guests, tho time
was spent in quilting and dis
cussing tho political situation of
tho day. Mr. Volney Curtis fav
ored tho company with some
choico selections of music.
Those present were,
Gibson, Grandma Hollinrakq,
Tho political social at the court
house Friday evening was a de
cided success in every particular,
Tho hall was prettily decorated
with beautiful mottoes and poiv
traits of McKinley and Bryan
! . i i , ii
parties were ably represented
the democratic by Mrs. Switzor
chairman, Mrs. Millett and Mrs.)
Roan; populist, Mrs. Nichols,
chairman, Mrs. lodence and Miss
Hamilton; republican, Mrs. j
Sweeney chairman, Mrs. Rustin !
and Mrs. Hammond; prohibition-
ist, Mrs. A. M. Miller. Tho rep
resentative of each party spoko
liko an old-timo politician and all
were heartily applauded. Tho
glee club rendered several choico
selections and Mosdamps Switzor
and O. A. Millor sang a duel,
I entitled "Silver Threads Among
tho Gold," which was well re
ceived. Mrs. Blauchard made
fow appropriate remarks and re
minded us that while wo may
havo dilTorpnt views on 'Jjo polit
ical question, there is one thing
wo all lovo alike tho Stars and
Stripes. After tho program was
finished all joined in singing
"Tho Star Spangled Banner,"
when tho room was cleared, tho
tables arringcd and loaded down
with "gold" and "silver" cakes
which wore served with delicious
ico cream and Mrs. Miller's pro
hibition pop. In fact tho only
thing lacking about tho enter
tainment was "gold bug'.' argu
ment and ico cream which disap
peared before many wero aware
of it. Tho receipts amounting to
about 812 wore donated to the
church. All the ladies, and sev
eral of the gentlemen, worked
hard in getting up the entertain
ment and aro deserving of much
A distinguished party from
Box Butte county. Neb., has been
visiting our successful dry goods
and clothing merchant, Herman
B. Wildy, tho . past week, and
havo enjoyed immensely tho
romances connected with moun
tain life. Tho party consists of
C. J. Wildy, a brother of our
popular townsman, and a promi
nent merchant of Hemingford;
B. F. Gilman, county attorney
for Box Butte county, his wifo
and children; "and Miss Anna
Neeland. county superintendent
for tho same county. They aro
out for a good time and the
beautiful weather of the past
week has afforded ample oppor
tunity to inhale the pure oxygen
of the bracing mountain air. Of
course Herman has sjiared no
pains in looking after their en
tertainment, and no attraction in
tho way of mining wondqr and
rugged mountain scenery has
boon overlooked. Terry News.
A Suspicious Case,
The suspicions of tho Times
l'egarding tho intentions of the
Hemingford Herald proved to
bo true, as the paper came out
last week squarely for free sil
ver. The publishing of tho de
linquent tax list for this year was
awarded tho Herald very quiot
ly at a meeting of the pop board
of county commissioners last
week, which makes it appear ou
the surface as if somo kind of a
trado might havo been mado.
Well, the popocrats have beon
wanting an organ in this county
for some time, and now they
havo it. Tommy will bo strictly
in clover next November after
Bryan is elected to stay at
home. Alliance Times.
Well, well, Bro. Ellis seems to
Inyo another attack of cholera
morbus. So the "printing of tho
tax list was awarded the Herald
very quiotly at a mooting of the
pop board last week," was it?
Democrats never toll tho truth
so wo quote the following from
tho Commissioners Record:
"JA.NUAHV Id, 180t5.-Hidu for furnlsliln
stationery aud printing official notices hid wero
1 opened and counlderod. Coutiaot was awarded
1 to tho Jlomltiyford IIehald aud that paper was
! dwdsnatod an tho otlioiul paper of liox Hut to
county for lMHi aud eold paper to publish tho
"I'Mal lax Ht. Hond of tho Hwnlniffonl HtB-
ah iur wiu intuitu iwrj urtunuce 01 mo con-
tmct , oXaminwi aud apP,mi.
Att.t: k.m.i'ueu-s. county curie,"
Harvoy, don't you romembor
tlmt yu woro present on that
day, when tho contract was lot.
But anything to got a rap at tho
two "PP" members of tho board,
Havo you forgotten about the
complimon v notices you used
to givo IhM on mo "pop" board
two years i go Avhou you wore
publishing a pop paper and got
ting all tho patronage? How
things do change, Harvoy! You,
and the other editor who drove
twenty miles through tho rain
during tho last mooting of tho
board, to get tho printing, havo
worked nobly and wo extend to
both of you our sincero sym
pathy. Wo trust that you fol
lows will not forgot yourselves
again and come out. next summer
trying to elect McKinloy.
Judgo WL. Green, of Kearney,
will address tho people of Box
Butte county on tho political ibsuo
of tho day; at tho court house in
Hemingford, Aug. 20, nt 2 p. m. at
tho opera houso in Allianco 8
o'clock p. m. Everybody should
hoar this notod orator. Good
music in attondiinco.
Clank. Olds, Chairman.
All those who havo expressed
thoir intention to join tho Bryan
club and all others who wish to
become members of tho clnb aro
requested to come to tho court
houso on Saturday Aug. 16 1SUU,
1:30 p. m. for organization, and
other business. Good spcakors
will he on hand.
Don't mako tho mistako of
thinking you can't afford to attend
the '90 Stato Fair.
Tho truth is' you can't afford to
It makes no difforenco what
your business is, your knowledge
of it, your intorcst in it, will bo
increased by what you seo in
Omaha, Aug. 27 - Sept. 5.
And tlie low rates and special
train servico offered by tho
makes tho mattor of reaching
Omaha a very cheap and easy
Orclitin.n.00 No. 33,
An ordinance levying tuxes for the
your 1890 and making annual appiop
riations for said year, entitled "The
Annual Appropriation Hill."
Ho it ordained hy the chairman
ind board of trustees of the village
of Hemingford, Nebraska:
Section 1. That thero ho and
hereby is levied upon nil tho taxable
propci ty of the village of Heming
ford, Nebraska, for the year 1800. a
tax of ton mills on each dollar valu
ation thereof, as aliown by the assess
ment roll-s of said village for the year
18'JO, to defray the general and IiicIh
dental expenses of said village for
Section 2. That there be and here
by is levied against each male Inhab
itant of said village, between tho ages
of '21 and 50 years, except nanpers.
lunatics, Idiots and U.S. pensioners,
for the year 1890, a poll tax of three
Section 3. That for the year 1S90,
there be and hereby is appropriated
out of the lovenucH derived from the
tuxes hereby levied, to defray tho
geiif-ral and incidental oxponses of
said village for the present llscnlyoai
the several vnioiints for tho speciile
objects named herein as follows:
For salary of Tillage attorney ROW
" " " ecrk 5000
" " ovarhWof MrMJta.. S(0
" " " tronsupir 10WI
" prinllnK 2000
" luuldtmtal exiwnwtw WJW
Total , Jjslsw
Section -i. That tills ordinance
take effect and bo in force from and
after its pissage and publication ac
cording to law.
Passed and approved July 21, 1890.
Chairman Hoard of Trustees of the
Village of Hemingford. Nebraska.
Attest: "W. M. Iodkncu,
(Soul.) Village Clerk.
Notice ol Dissolution.
, M UtLAND. Nob., Aujf. 10, tft).
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rontite duo the firm uud tUln all awuimUi
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my placo 1 mUosouthwustof Ilom
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brunds; 0110 sorrel mare, weight
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right hip. Both had halters on.
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