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HEMINGFORD. BOX BDTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY. DEC. 4. 1896.
I. E. Task went
OFFIC L PAPER OF sick this week.
BOX BUTTE COUNTY.
Little Lydia Herncall was quite
Ernust Oldag made a tnp to
Harrison this week.
fnV&&xS&$ I Miss Maggie Killeon made this
?iriSrTiiSifort "a uoxutiS, office a pleasant call to-day.
AfklttltV- i . .
TMOS. O'KpEPE. Publisher.
ONE YEAR 5
BIX MONHIB 75
A. M. MtLi.cn TrcilKI'
I Jas. II. H. Hewett .J'""??
IK. Ivhwkwry ;""""""
(11. F. OlLMN Anoriifj.
Miss A. E. Neeland Saperinti-mlcnt.
Dll. W.K MIL1.TO ' "
Tmn ii inn v I'ommiHSioner lnt IIIM.
1 Jab. HoLLiNnKR.... OommlwIoniTjndlHiit.
kO. W. Donoan OommliiBloner 3rd Hist.
Himinopoud pontoUlco. On week days door
openB at 7 a. m., Ronoral dpllvory opens at 8 a.
ni. and cIosoh at S p. m. Open Sundays 0 to
10 a. in.
Heminofoihj and Box Uutte atae dally except
IlTMiKorono and Lcniap itago, Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
New Short Lino to Helena, Butto
Spokane, Seattle and Tacotna
Cr. H Se "W. O. Tims Oarci.
No. . paflBonuor arrl os at
" 48 frcljut nrrlvoB at
10:23 a. in.
No, 41 pnsReniter arrives at
it fifht nrrltfpfl fit
AU rtnlar trains carry passengers.
au rt8 w SUCorELAND, Alien
4:40 a. in.
11 no p. in.
3.00 p. m
TTJTTLE & TAS3I
Attorneys - at Law,
t. W. BOWflAN
Physician and Surgeon,
Office rooms and residence in
Draver block, up stairs.
Special attention given to dis
eases of children .
10 Reward will be paid to
anyone furnishing information
that will lead to the conviction of
the party or parties who recently
stole the top off of house and
stablejbelonging toW. D. Mar
shall's farm formerly known as
tlio Eckel place near Berea.
W. T. Johnson.
Bring in potatoes and wood on
Taken up by the undersigned
on section 24-28-48, Box Butte
county, Nob., on Oct. 21, 189G.
One bay mare, about 3 or 4
years old, strip in face, left front
font, whim and risrht 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
foot white; over one year old.
Owner can have same by pay
ing for this notice and damages.
On Sopt. 28, 1896, from sec. 29-28-48,
one black steer calf; one
one black heifer calf; both spring
calves; both mulies. Liberal re
ward will be paid for information
leading to their recovery.
Services at tho Catholic church
Tuesday, Dec. 8th at 10 a. m.
Miss Anna Wohlers spent h
couple of days in Alliance this
Rev. Preston went to Alliance
Wednesday and will bo absent a
Mr. and Mrs. Pennor are visit
ing relatives at Dunlap and Chad
ron this week.
Sup't Neeland is visiting
schools in the eastern part of tho
county this week.
A communication from Lawn
Was received too late tor tnis
issue and will be published next
P. "VV. Wheatly failed to se
cure bail and was taken to Grand
Island by Sheriff Sweeney Tues
day. Evan O. Jones of Box Butte
had his name enrolled on tho list
of this family journal Wednes
Tho board o county commis
sioners is in session. Tho pro
ceedings will be published next
Born, on Dec. 1st, to Mr. and
Mrs. Pronapfel, a boy. Mother
and child are doing nicely and
Leo wears a 2x4 smile.
Jos. S. Dickinson .and Anna
Hall, both of Sioux county, were
united in marriage Saturday,
Rev. Hazelton officiating
Word has reached here that
Gilford Gowing, better known as
"Windmill" was killed in a saw
mill in Montana a few days ago.
Dr. Blackburn, formerly of
this city, was recently married to
a Miss Royco of Hastings and
now resides at Doniphan, Neb.
C J. Wildy has been under
the weather for several days
but the ladies are showing him
the best attention with "pressed
chicken" etc., and no doubt he'll
be all right again in a few days.
Tho fourteenth annual session
of tho Nebraska State Teachers
Ahsociation will be held at Lin
coln. December 28. 29, 30, 31,
1891. The executive committee
has secured a one-faro railroad
P. H. Zobel, Sup't of the poor
farm, transacted business at the
court house yesterday. Ho was
accompanied, by his daughter,
Mrs. Wm. Sheldon, of Kearney
county. Tho Herald acknowl
edges a pleasant call.
D. P. Miller, of Canton, Henry
Shiraek, of Lawn and Fred
Hucke contributed money on
subscription this week. Mr.
Miller also added tho Worki-
Herald to his list of papers for
this winter's reading.
Mrs. A, M. Miller returned
this morning from her extended
visit in Illinois. Of course our
county treasurer was glad to
imvn his wife return but wisnea
Rev. E. S. Muonlch returned Now Photographic Studio.
from W?Rp.nnsin wtinro ho Was T li.m Jnnf mnvivl into n now
called by tho sickness of his brick building especially built and
uncle, Very Rov. Msgr. J. S. fitted up for high clasa pbptog-
I Muonlch. Ho also visited in raphy-north of opera Iioubo block
Ohio and Indiana. Wo clip tho Alliance.
following f'-om Cincinnati En-' My work needs no introduction
quirer. to tho Hemingford peoplo. With
"Rov. E. Muenich, nn alumnus mv improved facilities I expect to
of Mount St. Mary's, now a zeal- contimio to do the high-grade pho-
ous priest in the diocese of ..,., nf i,in ,,- i. , m do
Omaha, spent a few days in tho "'bi"v , .
city last week and was cordially it atpopular prices and to turn out
welcomed by his friends as well work more uniform than over and
as at his alma raator, wnoro no wltu jesg delay.
celebrated Mass on Friday morn
Box Butte Items.
Henry Hoffman roturned
the Hills lust week.
Miss Carrio Bissell olodedathroc
mouths' term of school last Fri
day. Charlie Haines closed a success
ful term of school, south of this
place, last Eriduy.
MiBses Nannie and Julia Blair
and Maeeio Ross came homo to
spend Thanksgiving with their!
Mrs. H. A. Haines camo up
from Alliance last week and visit
ed her many friends for several
The ladies of Box Butte had
planned to give a Thanksgiving
supper, but owing to the inclomen-
enoy of the weather it was postponed.
Literary has been organized and
an interesting program was carried
out Friday evening. Lot all at
tend and take-part to help muko it
Program for Teachers Reading
circh of Hemingford for Jan. 2nd.
Opening at 1 o'clock p. m.
History, pageB 62 to 125.
English Literature, to Queen
Anne's age .... Mus Neeland.
History of New York,
Missions, Miss Parkin
Indian Wars Mr. Curtis.
French and Indian War,
Lee Rustin, 1
H. F. Fillmore, J
D. K. Spacht, J
Cabinet Photos. $2.50 per doz.
Card 81.50; other sizes from locket
to 8 x 10 in proportion. No oxtra
charges for groups.
W. T. Caldwell,
Wo have a new Kimball organ
for salo at a bargain .
ELEGANT LINE OP NEW
CLOAKS AND NEWMARK
ETS, CHEAP AT
C. A. BURLEW'S.
Calvin J. Wildy
NEW STORE! ; NEW GOODS1
New Priced! :; :New Everything!
Always Leads and Never Follows
Jovial Jolly John Dillon, pet of
the public and everybody's fav
orite, will appear at Alliance.
Friday evening, Dec. 4th, pre
senting his groat comedy,
"Wanted the Earth." For thirty
years John Dillon has stood in
tho front rank of America's
comedians and hisnamo and fame
are sufficient to pack any theatre.
Many of our people will avail
themselves of tho opportunity of
attending his charming performance.
T. A. Slocum. M. C, tho Great Chem
ist and Scientist, Offers to Send
Free, to the Afflicted, 'f lirce Bot
tles of Ills Newly Discovered
Remedies to Cure Consump
tion and All Lung Tioubles.
Nothing could ho fairer, more phil
anthropic or curry more joy In its
wake than tho offer of T. A. Blocum,
M. C, of 183 Pearl street, New York
Confltloiit that he has discovered
an absolute cure for consumption and
all pulmonary complaints, and to
to make Its great merits known, he
will send, free, three bottles (the
Slocum new system of medicine) to
any reader of tho Herald who is suf
fering from chest, throat and lung
troubles or consumption.
He invites those desirous of ob
taining the remedies to simply send
him their express and postofflco ad
dress, and receive in return the three
Already tills "now sclcntine course
of medicine" has permanently cured
thousands of apparently hopeless
He considers it his religious duty
a duty which he owes to humanity
to donate his infallible cure.
Offured freely, apart from Its ad
herent strength. Is enough to coin
mend It, and more so is tho perfect
confidence of the groat chemist mak
ing the offer.
He lias proved consumption to be
a curable disease beyond any doubt.
There will bu no mistake in Rend
ingthe mistake will bo in overlook
ing the Doctor's generous Invitation.
He lias on tile In his American and
European laboratoricH thousands of
testimonials of experience from those
cured, in all parts of the world.
Delays are dangerous; mail your
address to T A. Slocum. M. C, 183
Pearl utreot, New York, and when
writing tho Doctor, pleuso mcutlou
reading this article In This Hbhakd.
- PIONEER- -
Harflware and Saddlery,
TnE Oldest .Establishment in TnK County
Charter Oak Cook Sto?es,
Genuine .Round M Beating StOYes,
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc ,
Special Agent for BAKER PERFECT Barb
Wire the Best on Earth
That a Woman's
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NEW CASTLE,.... SHERIP AN, AND
. . . .FELIX, GLENROCK,. . . .CANON .CITY.
HL HL PIERCE,
that sho had remained away one Call and see the immense variety
dav longer so that ho could have
attended tho theatre in Alliance
Henry Lichte, tho Dunlap
mail carrier, has our thanks for
n Viif fnt iacK raDon unu v.
Wl.n innrirrnod Will rent his
farm in Sec. 12-80-48, at tt anatah Cladlk who mnnufacturos tho
postoffiee, Dawes county, for the j pelobraed Dunlap cheese, re
year 1897. Will furnUh seed, membered us with a "young
teams and machinery if required. Americailt Verily, those Dun-
nf Drv Goods. Ladies and
Gents' Furnishing Goods
., Shoes, Notions,
Brand Now and UHEAP.
C A BURLEW.
, ,. Proprjetpr of
I have four full blooded mas
tiff pups for salo.
H. N. Earnest.
lap peoplo aro small in st-ttuo
but have great big hearts.
NEJAAT OOOrjS a.t t.X& Jitil
Comfort to California.
Every Thursday morning, a
tourist sleeping car for Salt Lake
City, San Francisco and Los An
geleso 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
ductor and. a uniformed Pullman
portor accompany it through to
tho Pacific coast.
While neither as oxponsivoly
furnished nor ns fine to look at
as a palaoo sleeper, it is just as
good to ri'do in. Second clnss
tickets aro honored and tho price
of a berth, wide enough and big
onougl) for two, is only $5.
For a folder giving full par
ticulars, call at tho nearest B. &
M. R, R. ticket office. Or, write
tp J. Francis. Gen'l.Pass'r Agent
Burlington Route. Omaha, Jfob.
We have first-class stock and double and single rigs, which we,
urnish at reasonable rates. Our facilities for accommodating bqardor
ar unexcelled in the city. Give us a call.
' Stable Corner Box Butto Avenuo and Sheridan fitroat.
Fred Krug Brewing Company
CABINET BOTTLED BEgE
A High Grade Lager Beer,
Purest in the Market.
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
O&ce 1007 Jtckso Street, Omrtft, Nek.
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