Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190?, November 20, 1896, Image 1

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HEMINGFORD. BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOV, 20. am.
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The Herald.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
BOX BUTTE COUNTY.
l'nMWiecl ivry Hriilny nrul cntrml nt tlio
iidst-ntHco In HemhiKford, Nebraska, n spcond
.i... n..u mittiir. Tim lh; in Li) tin uevutoil to
Ilia Intercuts of lU'llllUKfurd OH(l UoX llUttO I
county.
TIIOS. O'KEEFE, Publisher.
suBScmfTio.v iutcs:
ONEYEAll ? 52
SIX MONTHS W
COUNTY OKFICT.llS.
F.5UIM1EU-H .....riorlc.
A. M.MlM.Kn TrcaMurer.
h. II. II. Hewett :.":
.1. HwniNtfY ..hiicrni.
II. 1 Oilman Attornny.
TVIihb A. K. NeeIAND Smieriliti'liilQlit,
Puis. tiniHN Surveyor.
I)n. W.K. . MiLi.cn (.'oronor.
Hit. Ii. W. Howius l'lijMicfHn.
.TOH'H IlAItnY.
. rommmsitmpr m uit.T.
ConimUoliiuPrSiiiI l)lst.
.('oramiBsUiin'rllril Dlst,
Jab. Holliniiake.
u. W. Duncan
MAIL DlKECTOllY.
IIejiisoforo poslolllce. On weok tlnj-a door
(ijicns nt 7 a. in., Kcnoral delivery oiwns nl S a.
in ami oIo-jcb at 8 i. ra. Upon Sundayu 0 to
10 a. m.
llEillsoroni) ahd Hox Hutte atagurially axn-pt
ttimdny.
HrviNOFonD nd L. ox lap rtaxc, Monday
Wwlnesclay and I'Vldaj.
New Short Lino to Helena, Butte
Spokane, Seattle and Taeoma.
G. I. Ss "w. o. TlWiO CCLya.
KAST HOUND.
No 12, nn'taonKorurrlvo.sftt 1:22 n.m.
" id irelcht " MO p.m.
' is froJKlit nrrlvoa nt 10:V u. in,
vi:ht mound.
No, 41 pftPfcenKernrrlVRSftt :21 a. m.
" 4.1 fruU'lit " 11:52 p. in.
' 47 froiclit arrives nt 3:10 p. m
All regular trains rnrry pascenffrrn.
V.
, Coi'LLAM), AgOllf
TTJTTLE & TAS1I
'Attorneys - at - Law,
IIFMINGFORD.
NEBRASKA.
L. W. BOWHAN
Physician and Surgeon,
ALLIANCE, NEB.
Ollice rooms unil residence in
Praver block, tip stall's. '
Special attention given to dis
eases of uliildren.
$10 Rrwaud will bo paid to
L anyone furnishing information
that will lead to the conviction of
the party or parties who recently
stole the too off of house aud
stable belonging to W. D. Mar
shall's farm formerly known as
the Eckel plcu'n near Berea.
W. T. Johnson.
Bring in potatoes and wood on
subscription. "
Taken up by tho undersigned
on section 24-28-48, Box Butte
county, Neb., on Oct. 21. 1890.
One bay mare, about II or 4
ears old, strip in face, left front
foot white and right hind foot
vhilo, 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
foot white; over one year old.
Owner can have same by pay
ing for this notice and dauiuges.
Anton Jklinek.
Estrayod.
un &epi. -o, wuu, irom.soc KM.
-x j- i ir rwir rr 1
28-48. one black steer calf; one
one black heifer calf; both spring
in1i'i? hntli tnuhos. Ldlwral vo-
ward will be paid for information
leadinir to their recovery, t ,,
Alb but Nelson,
Hemingford, Neb,
TO RENT.
Tho undersigned will renl
his
farm in Sec. 12-80-48, at Wanatah
postolli.-v, Dawes county, for tho
yoar Jo'.ii, will lurnieii soon, i
teams and machinery if required.
TllKO. UlllWlNK,
Watiiatnh, ,Tl.
Mrs. L. B. Fenner .s visiting
at Dunjap.
Miss Mabel Curtis wns an Alli
ance visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Unrig and daughter Net
tie visited Alliance Saturday.
Mrs. McFaddon is visiting at
Custer City, S. D., this week.
L. A. Robinson, of Chadron,
orders the Herald sent to his
address.
Miss Anna Neeland visited in
AUianco a couplo of days this
week.
Misses Mary ,and Josio Friel
departed for Lead, S. D., Thurs
day morning.
W. C. Cavin, tho McCormick
collector, was .in town Friday
and Saturday.
Revs. "VVunderlieh and Thoon
attended Lutheran conference at
Edgcmont this weok.
J. T. McGrow did not stay
long in Denver and is now at
Champa, New Mexico.
J.C. McCorkle has movod his
family out to J. A. Hunter's
ranch for tho winter.
Mrs. Dr. H. II. Bellwood, of
Alliance, was a pleasant caller
at this otlice Thursday.
Frank Book, section foreman
at Girard, had his eye injured by
a flying spike last week.
Cards are out announcing the
engagement of Rev. A. C. Wun
derlichlo Miss Anna Wohlers.
E. C. House, the genial rep
resentative of the Now York life
insurance company, lias bean in
town siuco Saturday.
A social dance was givon at
the home of Jas. Hunter Friday
evening aud a pleasant lime is
reported.
Gso. J. S'dr.irff returned from
Iowo Monday. He spent a few
weeks at Norfolk on his return,
working in tho sugar beet factory.
The Kroesing boy who was
lojst in tho storm Monday night
of last week was found dead near
Diinlap Friday. Funeral services
wore held Sunday.
Jos. Carey came down from
Deadwood Wednesday where he
has been holding down a good
job for lho past nin0 monU,6.
Ho will return in a few weeks.
James T. Byrne, one of the old
settlers of this county, enmo
down from Hill City last night
and will remain a few days. Ho
called and deposited $1.50 for
the Herald.
True Miller, son of Co. Coroner
V. K. Miller accidentally blurt
himself in the leg last Wednesday.
Dr. H. II. Bellwood, of Alliance,
was called to the ranch and has
made tho young man as comfort
able as possible.
Tho publisher acknowledges
receipt of an invitation to attend
tho sixth annual ball given by
the Crawford Firo Department
in Syndicate opera house, Craw
ford, Thanksgiving evening.
Prof. Gungl's orchestra will
furnish tho music and no doubt it
will bo an enjoyable affair.
The great comedian, John
Dillo nnd Sl cauable company,
, wU1 bo at Alliunco Friday even-
jcr Dec. -It hi Mr. Dillon's fame
. .. . 7 . . .
, js wovw-wiae.
soon or heanl
Everybody has
of him, and his
t visit to any city is an event of un-
usuai iiHerest. It is more than
lilcely that a goodly number will
attend form here.
j r0 i,ftvo a new Kimball
' for sale at a bargain.
ELEGANT LINK OF NEW
CLOAK'S AND NEWMARK-
I5TS. fcniSP'AT
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A, BUR LEWS.
District Court.
Judgo W. II Westovor cot
on.
ed tho adjourned September term
of court here last Tuesday,
There 1ms nover been a judgo in
this district that has so expedited
court matters as does Judgo Wes
tovor and under him tins court
expenses are kept at a minimum.
Tho jury Was called up Wednes
day morning but there being no
jury cases it was discharged at
once.
The caso of tho Slate of Ne
braska vs James Brantner w a
dismissed at the cost of defend
ant. Stato of Nebraska vs Grant 0.
Alexander continued upon a
showing that a material witness
for the defense could not bo ob
tained this term.
A bill of exceptions was grant'
ed in tho Bank of Hemingford
cases and they will be appealed
to tho supreme court.
Huston vs Huston, decree
granted and costs taxed to de
fendant Tho mother to have
the custody of the child.
Pearson vs Pearson, divorc,
decree granted plaintiff.
COURT NOTES.
Reporter Maher is on hand and
spreads a "halo of glory
about
himself as ho pictures the late
political struggle in the stato and
Douglas county. John narrowly
escaped having his oyes scratch
ed out when he suggested to one
of tho lady witnesses that she
would have to talk so ho could
hear her.
Among the attorneys present
from out of town we noticed
Messrs. Hamilton, Sullivan,
Smysor, Mitchell. Berry, Nolo
man, Siinonson, of AUianco,
Fanning and Dnley of Crawford,
Habegger of Chadron, Kaley of
Omaha, Pettis of Lincoln, and
Swahury of Wahoo.
Tho lawyers aro a jolly set of
fellows and seem to have all en
joyed tho term of work. Kaley
of Omaha Mild Maher are con
ceeded to bo the story tellers and
some of their yarns would come
very nearly having the desired
effect on Engineer McDermott.
Iko Marshall came up Thurs
day with a very sober face but
his complete exoneration of the
charge against him sent him
home with a smile like a half
moon.
Tho divorce caso of Mrs. Fan
nie Huston vs Dean R. Huston
drew the only crowd during tho
term. The evidence only proved
an incompatibility of temper and
it seems that these young people
should have been happy together.
Neither one of them had a caso
against tho other. The caso oc
cupied all of Thursday afternoon
and evening.
Co. Treasurer Miller and Mr.
Sherwood were in attendance at
court Thursday.
Engineer "Pete" McDermott
made an everlasting "stand in"
at tho county seat. If Pete
would run for a county office next
fall we will guarantee him the
vote of every man, woman and
child in Hemingford.
John Sexton ontertained tho
boys Thursday with a compiicat-
ed key. John says its the key
to the whole situation, lie is a
pleasant gentleman aud is always
a welcome caller at the county
sear.
Many stringent criticisms were
hoard relative to the escape of
the cattlo rustler, Ira Nelson.
It is reported that Reporter
Mahor is thinking serious' y- of
engaging in thb brewery business
at Omaha. John you ought to
1
got maruied and stop your " foot I
UihueiiK. :
I rho "liars" i. e. tho Wo"ld-
Tt" l.1-st I--1.1 .1.- ...-
iiuriuwiiiuii lumi mo cnampion-
ship over the "lawyers" in whist
during tho term.
Tho following Alliance people
wore hero as witnesses in tho
Huston case: Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Whinnoy, Mr. ami Mrs. McDer
mott, Mo blames Tillottand Van
Court Misses Mao Slossand Til
He Wilcox, J. R. Sexton, W. A.
Payne.
E. M. Todd, II. J. Ellis, Beck,
John Ourmicle, L. E. Sickles and
A. J. Sitnonson of AUianco at
tended court.
Rev. Father lirophy, tho first
Catholic priost of Chadron, left
last weok for Ponca, Nebraska.
It is with' (loop regret that the
members of Father Brophy's par
ish part with their old pastor He
came to northwestern Nebraska
olovon years ago when the country
was now and sparsely settled; the
churchriwas without organization,
Inu. ho went to work with enoigy
and as'a result of oleveu years of
ceaseless toil ho loaves a fino
church property in this city and
a flourishing congregation. Bo
sides ho erected churches in Sheri
dan, Box Butte and Sioux counties,
nine in all. No one has b.enmoro
closely identified with tho early
history of this country than he,
aud his kind heart and progressive
spirit 'have endeared him to the
hearts of his people. Chadron
Sigiial-Rccord?r.
Father Brophy has a host of
fricfids in this county who wish
him success in his now homo.
-
Thore will bo hem in Heming
ford, Nebraska, a Bible institute,
conducted by Rev. Frady, begin
ning Jam 20, 1807 and continuing
in session four days. The work of
the institute will bo a study of
four Gospels the life of Christ.
Circulars concerning tho institute
may bo had from Rov. Hazclton.
Rov. Preston, C. J. Wildyor Mr.
Sherwood. Everyono is invited to
attend. A largo class is desired.
A meeting concerning tho in
stitute will bo hold at M. E. church
noxt Tuesday evening Nov. 24,
7:30 p.m. Everyono como.
Anna Neeland, Sec.
Tho Northwestern Nebraska
Educational Association will meet
in Crawford in Crawford, Nob.,
Nov. 27. A good program has
been prepared aud a inspiring
meeting is anticipated. Every one
interested in educational work is
cordially invited and teachers are
requested to attend.
Anna Neeland, Sec'y.
Photos.
While your family is all at homo
and in health why not have their
picture taken together innybe
you would not part with such a
pioturo at any price in a few years.
W. T. Caldwlle,
Photographer, AUianco.
EVERYTHING...
That a Woman's
Heart Can Desire
to be Found in
my Stock ( f
Goods.
Call and see the immenso variety
of Dry Goods, Ladies and
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Shoos, Notions,
Groceries,
Brand Now and CHEAP.
C A BURLEW.
I.havo four full blooded mas-
'iff' pups for salo.
II. N. Earnest.
:V
NEW GOODS out tvxc& Mil;
rl
linory Stone, ,
Calvin J. Wildy
NEW STORE! :-: NEW GOODS!
New Prices! :: New Everything!
lways Leads and Never Follows !
ANTON UHRIG,
PIONEER -
ardware and Saddlery.
llll! OlDKST ISSTAHMSIIMKNT IN Till! COUNTY
Charter Oak Cook Stoves,
Genuine Round Oak Heating Stoyes,
Paints, Oils, Glass, nto
Special Agent for BAKER PERFECT Barb
Wire the Best on Earth -'
HEMINGFORD
. MANUFACTUUKHS OF.
FLOUR,FEED, ETC
We Guarantee Our Flour
Equal to Any Other. -Try It.
AI,eO
DEAU'UI IN
xjxjososs
NEW CASTLE SHERIDAN, AND
. . . .FELIX, GLENROOK,. . . .CANON CITY.
H. H, PIERCE,
Proprietor of
Livery
and
We have first-class stock and double and sinijlo rigs, which we
urnish at reasonable rates. Our facilities for accommodating boarder
aro unoxcolled in tho city. Give us a call.
CST" Stahlo Corner Box Butte Avcnuo and Sheridan Street.
xaierrIrLgrford., nsfe"bra,s3sa.,
Fred
Krug
CABINET BOTTLED BEER
A High Grade Lager Beer,
Purest in the Market.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Oflice 1007 Jackson
MILLING CO.,
AND ALr.
KINDS OF
oo-ajlj,
Feed S
Street, Omaha, Nb.
tabes
Brewing
Company
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