Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190?, January 01, 1897, Image 1
6 .' 5 , VOL. 2. HEMINQFORD. BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA. FRIDAY JAN, 1, 1817 NO. 46. v i v m e fir f ;f k - & H i y v ty fc, h 1 r R The Herald. OFFICIAL PAPER OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY. PubltfihoA oTcry Krulny nnil pntoiril nt tho noot-olBco in llcmlnuford. NetmiHka, a itocoml las mull roatlor. The Hkhaui ifi tlvoti to tlip interest o lloralugrord ana Hox Huttfi count?. TIIOS. O'KEEFE, Publisher 8Cn8CBirTIOJ IUTE8 ONEYEAK KIX MONTHS ....75 COUNTY QEPIOEHS. T. M. PneLTfl '. .....rierk. .'A. M. Mt!.I.T:u. TrwMirnr. .Iar.II. H. Hcwett... dna?Z- i:.I. Hwtsesev Sheriff. II. K. Qiuixif Attorney MIK8 A. E. Nrxuvsu Bnjorlntuiitlont. Chab. IIhakn Surveyor, I)n. W.K. Milleu .Coroner. n. Ij. W UowuaN .....Physician. J AJico Ramit Commlimion'T M liirt. VI Ah, Ifor.Ll nuake ComintKslontir Sml IMst. O. W- Uomoam OorhniUaimiorSrdDlBt, MAIL MUECTOHY. llEMiNoronii po8tollic. On wok dayo door ' opens at 7 a. m., general dellvory optn at 8 a. in. and closes at 8 p. m. Open Sundays 0 to 10 a. la. JIi:MiMFonD AND Uojf Butte BtagndaUy xoopt Sunday. ' ( ItKMIKOVORD AND L.r fit&go, Monday Wednesday and b JM-iday. Now Short Lino to Helena, Butto Sjjokonc, Seattle and Taconm. O-.X. & 'W. a. Tina Oarcl. KABT HOUND, So. ts, pnssoncor arrlvos it 11:30 p. m, S.37 p. m. 10:23 a. in. (:I0 a. m. ll:WJ p. m. " 4froiKht " 4 freight nrrlvos tit WEIIT BOUND. Ho, 41 nnfirtenunrnrrlvos nt . ' ofrnlcht -' 47 frclsUt arrlvoH nt a:w p. in All rAnlHr IrniiiH rurrVwiflapnuprp, f. M. CorsLASD. ARent TUTTLE & TASK Attorneys - at -. Law, HFMINQFORD. NEBRASKA. L. W. BOWHAN Physician and "Surgeon, ALLIANCE, NEH. Oflice rooms nntl residence in Draver block, up stiiirs. Spocinl nttontion pivon to dU rnrfed of children . EVERYTHING... That a Woman's . i vw SCrtlieart Can Desire to be Found in my Stock c f Goods. Cti and seo the immense variety of Dry Goods, Ladies and "ai Gents' Furnishing Goods Shoes, Notions, Groceries, Brand Now and CHEAP. C A BURLEW. WiJU Buy an AERMOTOR, Tho Best a)id Strongest Wind-mill mado. ' D. A. PAUL, Agent HEMINGFOBD, NEB - - i . i. The finest dls play of all kinds of Holiday Q ds at Bean's iStore. Drtl -- ,.., ,pi, ., ... .,.,. m lll'l-W -II- J I now own the Ilovnolds rosi denco properly in West Homing- ford, including four lots, ls, which' 1 uill runt af tor May 1st. . . -John Eisjt.eh. Mrs. Sweeney visited Alliance Wednesday. Father Mucnich xrixsjx pleasant caller Monday. Editor Ellis was a county seat visitor Tuesday. Mrs. W. G. Rustin is sponding her vacation in the city. If you waut a cheap overcoat or suit, call on 0. J. IVildy. John Keefo sojourned in town a whilo Tuesduy evening. Now is tho tivuo to got a nico cheap dress at Cal Wildy's. John Logan came down from Clearmont, Wyo., last week. J.VC Alexander, of Ardniqro, S. D., was in town Monday. Bon Moore was down from his Sioux county ranch Saturday. If you owe Cal Wildy pay up at once or look out for Sweeney. Mrs. Manion, of Box Butte, was ajileasant caller yesterday. The Hekald wishes a happy and prosperous Now Year to all. There will be services at tho Catholic church Wednesday, Jan. Gth Mr. Sherwood was under the weather tho fore part of tho week. J. W. McCullough, of Alliance, was a visitor at tho county seat Sunday. Dr. Clark, of Edgomont, was in town on professional business Tuesday. J. A. Wilson, of Box Butte, transacted business in this city yesterday. Mesdamos. Hammond and Gil man, vistcd with Mrs. Kidwoll Tuesday. Miss Poarsoll, of Alliance, visited with Miss Anna Wohler Wednesday. Byron Watson, of Alliance, was renewing old friends in tho city this weok Miss Mabel Curtis is visiting tho family of Agent Wallick at Provo, S. D. Miss Calkins, of Alliance, is sponding her vacation visiting Mrs. Blanchard. Miss Jessio Swceuoy is spondig tho holidays among friends south oast of Alliance Jini Underwood, one of tho old tmwfts of Snake croek valley, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. E. E. Ford, of Lawn, was tho guest of Mrs. C. A. Burlew Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sparks uto Christinas turkey with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Berry at Alliance. Miss Nellio Goodenough closed a very successful term of school in Box Butto precinct last Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lotspeich, of Lakeside, woro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Enyeart this week. Miss Edwards closed her school in Liberty precinct last week and is spending a fow days in the pity. Miss Anna Ward camo down Chadron last week to spend her holiday vacation with her parents. ' John Christy raffled off his bicyclo Saturday. Luke Phillips hold the lucky number which jwas 70. ' Miss May Loor's young friends gavo hor a 'surprise party Mon- i day evening and a pleasant time I ih rnnnrtorl. Hon. A. D. McQandloss, a Prominent attorney and politician 1 ol ymoro, ieif, yjsilcd Ids mother, Mrs. S. McCandl'cse over Sundoy. To WHOM IT MAY C0NCE11N: All parties who nro owing mo on note or account nro requested to call on' mo at thoir earliest con venience and sottlo. C. A. Buklhw. Mr. I. E. Tash rendered val uable assistanco on tho IIehalo this weok during tho publisher's absence in the east. Wc are pained to learn of tho death of tho youngest child of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith at thoir homo in Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. J. K. Snow is building a ho&b on his homostead two miles south east of town, and will movo his family thereon in the spring. If you want a buggy, cart, wagon or jvincjmill, call on Wildy for prices and save agent? prolits. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Price, Sunday Dec. 27, a boy. Mother and child are doing nicely and Bon novor enjoyed bettor health in his life. Row Preston returned from Topeka, Kan., this morning aftt-r sponding Christmas .with his family. Ho went to Reno today and will not return until next weok. Prof. L. B. Fennor went to Lincoln Friday for a fow days stay. Mr. Fennor is booked for a good position under Governor Holcomb and his many friends in this county would like to sie him get something "fat." Merry Christmas was celebrat ed in a very appropriate manner by tho people of Hemingford, There wero Christmas trees at both tho M. E. and Congrega tional churches, and at tho homos of Mr. and Mrs. I. E . Tash and Mr. and Mrs. Herncall. Miss "A. E. Neeland is attend ing the State Teachers' associa tion which is in session at Lincoln this weok. Miss Neeland is a wide-awako and progressive educator and neglects nothing that will tend to keep ,the stand ard of our public schools in the front rank. Bo van Bros, factory turned out ono of thoir famous "Reliable" wagons this week which is a 'Wiling of beauty" and guaranteed to carry forty hundred. Our peoplo who nro in need of wag ons would do well to examiuo this product of homo industry boforo ordering from abroad. Hon. L. B. Fenncr went to Lincoln Saturday niglit and an nounced before his departuro that ho would assist Governor Holcomb in administering tho state government during tho next two yoars. Wo ' did not learn whothor his duties will consist of feeding tho ''black nig" or milk ing tho "spotted cow called Speck." Eda Mastrud is enjoying a vaca tion during tho holidays. Mrs. Dunhasa, of Hemingford, is visiting with Mrs. Mastrud dur ing Christmas. Miss Edna Johnson closed a successful term of school last Thursday, in district No. 12. Robert Garrott is hauling flour and feed from Hemingford to Alli anco this winter. Bob always looks out for something to do. W. G. Trauy lost a valuable cow nwhilo ago very mystorioush. Will ia having bad luck with Iub stock a h o has lost several head before Wo uro glad to chronicle tho hap py result of Oscar Mastrud's stay at tho hospital as the out-look now is for a pomanont ouro of that terrible deserve, dropsy. Important Events of the Weok Gleaned from the Dailies. Heavy bank failures at Minne apolis, Minn., Sioux City, Iowa, and Superior, Wis. Tho Cuban illlibu.stor, ThVeo Friends, failing to land her lat est expedition on Cuban sou, leaves it on an island, and return ing is captured by U. S, revenue cutters. A passenger train goes through a bridge 120 feet high across tho Cahaba river in Alabama and is burned to the waters edge. 27 lives aro lost and 11 persons aro missing. Gen. L. W. Colby, of Beatrico, is preparing to organize an army to assist tho Cubans in gaining thoir independence as soon as this government gives them of iicial redognition. A large hill 100 feet high, in tho county Kerry, Iroland, t be coming loosened by continuous rains, slides into the Flesk river, darning it up and causing great loss of life and property. Sioux City, la., Dec. 28 Don McLean, tho original organizer of tho Pacific Short line, arrived hero today to arrango for a sur vey of tho road from O'Neil, Neb., to San Fransisco. Tho road was started six years ago, ..but only got from Sioux City to O'Neil be fore tho crash of local business enterprise in 1893 forced its abandonment. As planned it will bo 261 miles shorter than any other transcontinental lino. Mr. McLean claims to be backed by. $32,030,000 of English capital and says the work will be rushed through. State Journal Dec. 29. If you want an elegant bed room set, or only a chair bottom, cheap, per Dad at Cal AVildy's. Program for Teachers Reading oirch of Hemingford for Jan. 2nd. Opouing at 1 o'clock p. m. Music. History, pagos G2 to 125. English Literature, to Queen Anno's age Miss Neoland. Colonial Government, Mr. Banks. History of New York, . , , Mrs. Blanchard. Missions Miss Parkin Indian Wars Mr. Curtis. Frouoh and Indian War, Miss Goodenough. Nellio Goodenough, " Len Rustin, H. F. Fillmore, f Com. D. K. Spacht, Tho new improved Acrmotor, with glass cupd, self feeding, Zero Oil, will feed in tho coldest weath er and mill will run for a month with ono oiling. 8, 10, 12 and 10 ft. wheels. X. A. Paul, Agent. A New Year A New Deal. Another year is rolling by. But our mill keops rolling on, Our brands of flour for quality, You may dopend upon. Wo do no credit business, But a good exchange wo moot, We'll give you 31 lbn. of flour fjind bran. For a Imsjml of your wheat. Farmers, wo w'd bo pleased tohuvo Of your patronogo n share, And you'll lind in dealing with you, Wo'll troat you fair nnd bquaro. Hemingford Milling Co, Tho HeuaLd will recoivo gold, silver, wood, potatoes in fact most anything c.xcopt "confi dence" pn subscription. The first of the year is a good timo to straighten up. your account with tho poor printer. Nirrw GOODS'at trX3 mu. llxiory Store, - "' ' f j gflffiwiM at the BIG DOUBLE STORE liilliiiwm begin Jan 2ndand continue 30 daysMUMMM TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS: Wo will again oifor our on tiro stock of goods consisting of Dry GoodB, Clothing, Mon's Furnishing goods, Ilat.s, and caps, hosiory, notions, novelties, dress goods, trim mings, hoots, shoes, ladies clonics, groceries, queen nnd glassware, at such reduced jiricos that will absolutely defy all competition, t Our terms avo cash or in o. chango of produce Thanking you most cordially for your past patronage, ond wishing you a happy and proBporous Now Year, I remain your humblo servant," HHilCalvin J. WildyS ANTON PIONEER- Hardware and The uldust jsstaulisiiment ::, vua County. Charter Oak Cook Stoves, Genuine Round Oak Heating Stoves, Paints, Oils, Glass, etc Special Agent for BAKER PERFECT Barb' Wire the Best on Earth HEMINGF0ED .MANUFACTURERS of. FLOUR.FEED, ET We Guarantee Our Flour Equal to Any Other. Try It ALSO nEAI.Elt 1H XTLCIBIElIEe NEW CASTLE, .... SHERIDAN AND .... FELIX, GLENROCK CANON CIT H. H. PIERCE, .Proprietor of. Livery AND Wo havo first-class stock and doublo and single rigs, which w urnish at reasonahlo rates. Our facilities for'accommodatiug boards arc unoxcolled in tho city, Givo us a call. frS'-Staldo Cornor Box Butto Avenue and Sheridan Streot, THE GREAT "' CLEARINy SALE- UHRIG, MILLING CO., ANO AL& KINDS OF COAL, irc- Saddlery. b& Feed Stables. I 'I T? t IKV. ,SU-,.