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HEMINGrFOllD, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA. FRIDAY, NOV. 18..JL96.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
BOX BUTTE COUNTY.
Published nwry Friday and entered nt the.
poitt-oillce in llrmllmfonl, Nobrmka, an necnnd
claa mail matter. Tin: IIkuai.k in Unvoted to
the interests of lleiuingfurd nml Dux Jlutto
THOS. O'KEEPn, I'ublUiicr.
ONE YHAll 51 ro
NIX MONTHS 75
I - 1, I .1 II II II .... . -
F. M. I'mst.vtt Clerk.
A. M. MiM.rn Trcasttrer.
J as. H. II. Hewictt Imliro.
J',. 1'. Hwkesey Sheriff.
It. l Oilman Attorney.
Misk A. E. NEEt.XNU , Superintendent.
'IMS. lllUN Surveyor,
Dr. W. K. Mim.eu Coroner.
T)n. li. W. HowMAlf l'hiclan.
3Air.n HuntY CommiHsloncr lt DUt.
Jam. HolM.niuke.... CiMiimiHPioncr'Jiid Dist.
(i. V. Duncan (.'oinmiKHiunerUrd DIst.
IlEMloronn postottice. On week days door
opens nt 7 a. m., Keneral delivery opens nt 8 n.
m. ami closes at 8 p. m. Open HiiikIkjh 0 to
10 a. m.
JltillNClFOUD AND Ilox IlBTTE Macodnlly except
HrMixiiKOtiD Asn LoxLAr stage, Monday
WodueHdny and Friday.
Now Short Lino to Helena, Butte
Spokane, Seattle and Tacomn.
G. X. &t "W. C. Time Oard.
No. 12. pimonncor arrives ill 1:22 n. ra.
" id frclcht ' " r:4np.m.
" 8froii;lit nrrlvoH tit lO.'JSii. in,
No, ll pnnperiKorurrivcfl ilt 4:23 a. m.
" 4 freight ' " 11:52 v. m.
" 7 freight, nrrlves nt u:10 p. hi
All resolar trains carry pasRenKera,
W. M. Coi-ELA.ND, Atfenr
TUTTLE & TAS1I
Attorneys - at - Law,
L. W. BOWHAN
Physician and Surgeon
Office rooms ami residence
Praver block, up stiiirs.
Special attention Riven to dis
eased of children .
10 Reward will bo paid to
anyone furnishing information j
that will lead to the conviction of
the party or parties who recently !
stole tho top oif of house and
stable belonging to W. D. Mar
shall's farm formerly known as
the Eckel place near Berea.
W. T. Johnson.
Bring in potatoes and wood on
Taken up by tho undersigned
on section 2-l-2d-18, Box Butte
county, Neb., on Oct. 21, 1890.
One bay mare, about 3 or 4
years old, strip in face, left front
footiwhite and right hind foot
white, had halter on. One light
bay horse colt, white spot in face
and left hind foot white; over 1
.year old. One black horse colt,
white spot in face and right hind
4- tflttrti . i.f miia - Sll rl
foot white; over one year old.
. (Junior nsui iimvo srnnn hv unv.
ing for this notice and damages,
Anton Jelinek. 1
On Snnr. 28. lfiDfi. .from son. 90,
28-48, one black steer calf; one
ono black heifer calf; both spring
'calves; both mulies. Liberal re-
ward will be paid for information
leading to their recovery. ,
Albekt Nelson, j
Ilennngtord, Nob. !
, Tho undersigned will rent, his
farm in Sec. 12-30-18, at Wtumtah
ppatollice, Dawej county, for tho
your 1897. Will furnish seed,
teams and machinery if required.
f ' TlIKO. G-IIIMKS, v
13. F. Gilman is on the sink list.
District court convenes next
Deputy Sheriff Martin was in
the city Monday.
Mrs. Iodenco was numbered
with tho sick last wool:.
Rev. E. S. Muenich is visiting
at his former homo in "Wisconsin.
Loo Prankhouser of Loland,
Oregon, is u Into subscriber for
Attorneys L. A. Berry and
Wm. Mitchell were upfrom Alli
J. T. McGrow departed for
Denver yesterday morning whore
ho will spend the winter.
Born on Saturday Nov. 7th,
to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reed, a
boy. All parties doing well.
Rev. Preston held services at
Reno Sunday and will hold ser
vices hero next Sabbath at tho
F. W. Wheatloy, formerly
station agent at this place, ar
rived in town Wednesday morn
President Cleveland has issued
a proclamation desijrnatincr
! Thursday, Nov. 26th as a day of
thanksgiving and prayer.
Snow commenced falling Mon
day afternoon and by Tuesday
morning there wore about eight
inches of the "beautiful white"
on the ground.
Johu Hollinrake made final
proof on his homestead before
the land office at Alliance Mon
day. Leo Fronapfel and M. R.
Murphy wero his witnesses.
Cal Wildy drove- out in tho
country Monday afternoon and
was "snowed under" which ac
counted for hjui not returning till
L. B. Fennor is assisting in
the county treasurer's office.
Treasurer Miller is exerting him
self to collect delinquent taxes
and is deserving of much credit.
Mrs. W. J. Bean wont to
Broken Bow Monday night in
answer to a telegram stating that
her father, Mr. Tuttle, was dan-
Later Mr. Tuttle died yester-
J. D. Lonz, of Iowa, traded a
farm in California for tho Dan
Gerber farm cast of town. Mr.
Lenz was hear Monday and ox
pressed himself as well pleased
with this country and will prob
ably move here next summer.
Johnny, the six -year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. John Aamstrong
"Was thrown from a horse last
Thursday breaking his right arm
above tho elbow. Dr. Bowman
reduced the fracture and tho lit
tle fellow is getting along nicely.
Among the old soldiers from
out of town who attended Mike
Shindler's funeral were; Ezra
Popper, Al Wiker, A. Froshla,
H J, , R Mont
ery, A. F. Payne, J R. Watson,
J- i- Denton of Alliance: L. R.
antl " Loroin or uanton.
A ton-year-old son of John
I Kroesing. who resides ton miles
rthoast of Hemmgford, was
lost m the storm Monday night
on hi way homo from school
and as ho has not boon found yet
it is feared ho hius porishod. Tho
whoi0 neighborhood is searching
Report of school in District
No. Pupils enrolled 8
No. days absent 83
No. tardy 20
Geo. II. Lee, Toachor.
IIP Mhib 1MB imam IWWBOMa i'ia.wMHII. in , mi
BushuQll A: Sherwood will
pay the highest market, in'iuu for
Died, on Friday. Nov. 0, 1800,
Michael Shindler, aged lifty
Deceased was born in Pennsyl
vania; enlisted in the flh Iowa
Infantry on July 10. 1801; was
discharged on Jan. l',, 18613, for
disability. For the past two
years he has been suffering with
rheumatism, which was the oauso
of his death.
Tho funeral services wero con
ducted by the Grand Arnryt5fwtlfo
Republic, General Day Ion Post
No. 321, dopartmontof Nobwska,
of which he was a member, and
prayer was offered by Rev. Wor
nom. Mr. Shindler has resided
in this county for tho past ton
years and was well known. IIo
leaves a widow, ono son and two
daughters to mourn his death.
CARD OF THANKS.
I desire to extend my heartfelt
thanks to tho G. A. R. and all
who so kindly assisted during the
sickness and death of my beloved
husband. Mus. M. Shindi.ek.
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My work needs no introduction
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Tho following is tho program
of the Reading Circlo which
meats on Saturday, Nov. 21.
Crusade Mabol Curtis,
History, to page 02.
Child study, to page -12.
Leo Kustin, I
11. V. Fillmore, f Com.
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Comfort to California.
Every Thursday morning, a
tourist sleeping car for Salt Lake
City, San Francisco and Los An
gel pso leaves Omaha and Lincoln
via tho Burlington Route.'
It is carpeted; upholstered in
rattan; has spring seats and backs
and is provided with curtains,
beddings, towels, soap and etc.
An experienced excursion con
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porter accompany it through to
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Whilo neither as expensively
furnished nor as fine to look at
as a palaco sleeper, it is just as
good to ride in. Second class
tickots are honored and the price
of a berth, wide enough and big
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For a folder giving full par
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Notleo in hereby (ihen timt
John C. Lammers,
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