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HEMINGFORD, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, DEC, 11. 1896.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
BOX &UTTE COUNTY.
rn1)Hel.l every Friday will entered at tho
nost-olHee In HemliiRfonl, Nobraska. as second
class mall nutter. Tub llKtui.D Is dovotwl to
the Interest of llcniinefpril and llox Hutto
THOS. O'KnEPB, Piblllier,
BUBBCMPTION It web:
F. M. Puzlto ..rierk.
A. M.MlLLun Treasurer.
Jar. II. H. Hkwett 'J.aAS'
K.V. Hwekkit.,...., Hherlflf.
H.F. Gimiw .Attornny.
Nibs A. E. NEEtAND ,,..Buperlntendcnt.
rnxs.UtujiH , Burveyor,
r Dn. W. K. Milmsu , .. Coroner.
iV. )R. b.W.llonUAK...... ........Physician. I
n JamkBahr Commissioner 1st DUt.
JA. Holukiiake.... rommlssloner 2nd Uist.
D. W. DnNOAM.. ..,..., Commissioner 3ruiJiei.
HruisaroHD postollice. On week days door
opons at 7 a. ni., soneral delivery opens at H a.
m. and closes at 8 p. in. Open Sundays 9 to
10 a. m.
llEMiNoroBD anr Box Botte itoge dally except
lIsmiNOFOttD and LoNtAP stago, Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
New Short Lino to Helena, Butto
Spokano, Seattle and Taeoma.
Ch X. & "W. a. Time Card.
No. M, nasftflnor nrrlvus nt
' 40f relent '
" 48 freight nrrlvos nt
No. 41 passenger arrives at
" 45frolulit "
" 47 frnlcht arrives nt
5::i7 p. m.
10:25 u. ni,
4:40 a. m.
11:30 p. m.
siw p. ra
All rrarnlnr trains rarrv rjassenfters,
W. Si. Cope-and, Agon
TUTTLE & TAS3I
Attorneys at - Law,
L. W. BOWriAN
Physician and Surgeon,
Office rooms and rcsidenco in
Br&ver block, up stairs.
Special attention given to dis
eoesjof children . . ..
F. E. HOLSTEN,
(B. &M. Watch Examiner.)
Charges reasonable; satisfaction
guaranteed. Orders left at the
Herald office will roco'yo prompt
That a Woman's
Heart Can Desire
to be Found in
my Stock ( f
Call and see the imraonsp variety
of Dry Goods, Ladies and
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Brand Now and CHEAP.
C A BURLEW.
" I have, four full blooded mas
tiff pups for salo.
H. .N. Earnest.
3SrQ"W GOODS at tho 3-Cil-llnery
The finest dis
play of all kinds
of Holiday Goods
at Bean's Drug
Attorney Tuttlo nindo a trip to
W. T. Caldwell, Allhnco's ex
cellent photographer, has a now
ad in thiB issue, Head it,
Mrs. Bean is enjoying a visit
from her little nieco, Miss Fran
cis Langson, of Milwaukee,
Albert Nolson and Matilda Cor
nell were married by Judgo Hew
The finest display of Christmas
goods ever brought to Homing
ford at Bean's drug store.
Mrs. M. J. Baurngarduer, of Box
Butto waB a Ilemingford visitor
Attorney Iodcnco now has his
office in the old Smith building.
John Dillon's play "Wanted the
earth," at Allianoo Friday night,
is reported first-class. Those from
here who attended were, Mesdames
Bean, Giliunn, Ilustin, Miss Nee
land; Messrs. Bean, Oilman, Tash,
Copeland, H. F. Gpodenough,
See the elegant lino of Holiday
goods at Bean's drug store, and
they're so cheap too.
Johnny Eislor purchased Mr.
Sherwood's interest in the meat
murket and dray lino Tuesday.
Henceforth the firm name will be
Bushnoll & Eisler.
E. C. Sheldon departed for
Pennsylvania last week to look
after his father's estate.
Messrs. Evan O. Jones, W
O'Mara and Mrs. Gilbert were
among the Box Butto precinct peo
ple who transacted business at the
county capitol Tuesday.
Miss Necland spent the fore
part of the week at Chadron.
Say, young man, don't you
think you ought to buy your girl
a Xmas present Bean has 'em.
Mrs, E. W . Alexander visited
friends in town a couple of days
Miss Jessie Sweeney and Mas
ter Freddie were numbered with
the sick the first of tho week.
P. II. liensvold brought a Toad
of brooms to town Mondaj'. The
brooms manufactured by Mr.
Rcnsvold'8 firm are equal fo the
best and our citizens should pat
ronize home industry.
Christmas comes but once a
year make the children happy
with some of those pretty toys at
Bean's they've very cheap.
Mss Maude, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. F. Huot, of Spring Hill.
Mont., died last Sunday and Birdie,
their youngest chjUl, is not expect
ed to live. Mr. and Mrs. Huot are
certainly having more than their
share of trouble. Thoy have tho
sympathy of their many Hem
ingford friends in their bereave
ment. Mrs. Akin and son Roger, who
have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Hassolton for several weeks, de
parted for their home at Waterloo,
There are a few in every com
munity who have not yet discover
ed that they are tho loser by send
ing to Montgomery Ward &Co.,
Sears, Roebuck & Co., and other
eastern firms for merchandise.
Thoy may see "flowery" quota
tions in catalogues and think they
aro getting bargains but if thoy
would take into consideration tho
fact that almost invariably they
receive shoddy, shelf worn goods,
it wnrild soon be a case of "self
pure." You can buy a superior
uality of goods and for loss money
f your home merchant every time.
ELEGANT LINE OF NEW
CLOAKS AND NEWMARK
ETS, CHEAP AT
A. M. Clark and Mi'hs Lucy
Smith were united in marriago by
Rev. James Shoppard at tho Bap
tist parsonage last Monday. Both
the contracting parties aro woll
known in Dawes county and moro
particulary in educational circles,
tho groom being county superin
tendent of schools and the bride an
instructor of exceptional ability.
Tho meeting of the Northwest
Nebraska Teachers' Association
held in this city was a very inter
esting Bcssion, and greatly enjoyed
by the largo number of educators
who were present from Dawes and
At the business meeting Prin.
John N. Bennett of Chadron, was
elected president; Prin. 0. F.
Leotham, Crawford, vice-presidont;
Miss Anna Neeland, Hemingford,
secretary; Prin. Frank Disney,
Rushville, treasurer Crawford
Tlie executive committee have tie
cided to posponc tho mooting of tho
liox Butto. County Theacera associa
tion, which was to be hold in Allinnco
December 12, 1890, until the last
Saturday in January, 1807,
Ina 1. Marshal-, Sec.
Death of a Faithful Old Horse, at
tho Age of Thirty Years.
On the- 8Qth ult., faithful old Mike
the family horse belonging to John
W. Broshar died of old ago. Old Mike
was a very intelligent horse, possess
ing more than average horso sense.
For several years years he has been n
privileged chracter, exempt from
work on the farm and his name did
not appear on the assessor's book fvr
taxes. Mike seemed to realize his
greatness and also to appreciate his
freedom as he roamed unmolested
through the neighborhood. Mike was
a neigborly borse; ho would call on a
neighbor at any nour of tho night and
in a very familiar way rub up against
the door, window or side of the house
When Mike introduced this fashion
able method of calling on the neigh
bors at first some wero a (ittlo alarmed
thinking it might be foot-pads till
dUcoveey proved It was only good
old Mike, so thB-.arjned wife and
children when disturbed in their
slumber by the rub, rub, or tramp,
tramp, would be quieted by the hus
band and father saying gently "Oh
that is John Broshar's old Mike
making an evening call." We shall
miss his gentle rub- rub at our door
or window and his steady but llrm
tramp about the house.
Mrs. Bush gave a Thanksgiving
dinner in honor of her son Mr Andy
Leavltt. who returned from Spcarllbh
to remain during the winter and now
intends to farm his mother's placo
bhuuld the prospects for a crop ap
pear favorable next spring. Andy is
a very iuterpribing young man. full
of life and energy. The dinner was
a success, as Airs. Bush is an exper
ienced hand la the art of entertaining.
There were a large number of friends
and neighbors pi esent, all appeared
happy uud much pleased with the
entertainment of the host and the
ninny thrilling stories that Andy had
prepared of army life. Andy advanced
several new theories as to how Box
Butte county might be successfully
irrigated apd his hearers were so
favorably Impressed with Andy's
ideas (hat they agreed to give them
duo co sldcrHtiou during the long
winter evenings and Jvlll report on
Christmas eyo as to what parts of
bis theories they considered practi
cal for the irrigation of Box
Butte county. Faumeu.
A New Year A New Deal.
Another year Is rolling by,
Hat oar mill keepa rolling on,
Oar brands ot floor (or quality,
You may depend upon.
We do no credit bosineea,
Hut a wood excha.uga we ntyk.
We'll ie jqq m lba. of flour and krAn,
For a buihel ot yonr wheat.
Farmers, e would be pleased to have
Of your patronage a share,
And ycju'p'find in dealing with yon,
We'll trpat you fair and sqnare.
Herningford Milling Co,--
Box Butte Items.
The ladies of Box Butte will glvo a
supper Friday nvoiiing and an inter
esting program U being prepared,
Everyone is invited to attend.
School commonced In tho Llbby
district lust Monday with Miss Cur.
rln Blssell as teacher.
Mr. lllcks and Mis. Trobrldgo wore
tho guests of Mr, and Mrs. Judsnn
Mr. Council preached here last 31111
day to a well filled hoime.
Geo Leo's school closed last Friday
Mrs. Loomls has been very sick, for
Mr. and Mrs. Banks, Hughes and
Blair wero Alliance visitors Saturday.
The ladles of tho Congregational
church will hold a fair next Frjday
afternoon and evening Dec. 17th at
the church. Everyono coino and buy
a Christmas present for frijMids. You
can Qm) artloles both useful and
ornamental moro beautiful and
cheaper than you can make them.
Come and see tho display. Refresh
ments will be served from 2 o'clock
to 10 p. nv
Photographer W. T. Caldwoll
of Alliance has made arragemonts
with Mr. W. T. Andrews, a pho
tographer having yeurs of exper
ience, who will take views of the
country within a radius of fifty
miles in all directions from Alli
ance for the next few months.
Ho is equipped with a first-class
outfit and all the work will be fur
nished at tho popular Caldwell
Studio, and will bo furnished the
same as the best grade of portrait
work. Parties wanting work of
this kind dono, by dropping a card
to either of the abovo paatioB at
Alliance will bo notified when Mr.
Audresraia expected to bo in. thio.
Wo have a new Kimball organ
f pr salo at a bargain ,
T. A. Siocum. M. C, tho Great Chem
ist and Scientist, Offers to Send
' 'Piee, to tho AflltcteiT, hree Bot
tles of Ills Newly Discovered
Remedies to Cure Consump
tion and All Lung Troubles.
Nothing could bo fairer, more phil
anthropic or carry more joy In its
wake than the offer of T. A. Siocum,
M. 0., of 183 Tearl street, New York
Confident that he has discovered
an absolute cure for consumption and
all pulmonary complaints, and to
to make Its great merits known, ho
will send, free, three bottles (the
Siocum new system of medicine) to
any reader of the Herald who is suf
fering from chest, throat and lung
troubles or consumption.
He iuYjtes those dcsrous of ob
taining the remedies to simply send
him their express and postollice ad
dress, and receive In return the three
Already this "now scientific 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,
Offered freely, apart from Its ad
herent strength. Is enough to com
mend it, and more ho is the perfect
confidence of the great chemist mak
ing the offer.
He has proved consumption to be
a curable disease beyond qny doubt.
There will be no mistake In send
ing tho mistake will bo Jn overlook
ing the poctor'a generous Invitation,
lie has on Ule In his American and
European laboratories thousands of
testimonials of experience from those
cured, In all parts of the world.
Delays arc dangerous; mail your
address to T A. Siocum. M. C, 183
Tearl etieet, Now York, and when
writing the Doctor, please mention
reading this article in' Tim Huu.ko.
Calvin J. Wildy
NEW STORE! :: NEW GOODS!
New Prices! :: New Everything!
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Genuine Round Oak Seating Stoves,
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc -.
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Livery and Feed Stables.
We have first-class stock and double and single rigs, which we
urnish at reasonable rates. Our facilities for accommodating boai,-dor
aro unexcelled in tho city. Give us a call.
WSF" Stablo Corner Box Butte Avenue and Sheridan Street.
CABINET BOTTLED BEEB.
A High Grade Lager Beei?,
Purest rj t.he Market,
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
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