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HEMINGFORD. BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA. FRIDAY, JAN. 8. 11197.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF
BOX BUTTE COUNTY. I
ruliltfihcd "very Friday anil entered at tlm
nnt-oibce in Upmlnijfurit, Nebraska, as soconU-
flao mull matter. Tub JIeku-d Is tfovotw to
tho Interests of llmniuford and llox llutto
THOS. O-KEEFD, Publisher.
F.M.PnELPS ........ Olork.
A. M.Mitxrn Treasurer.
J as. H. H. Hewctt.. J,,""!-
E.P. Swkknet Sheriff.
. F. Oilman .. .Attornny.
Miss A. E. Nkblano Superintendent.
On. W.K. MlLLxn .. oroner.
.Tab. HOM.inbake.... romminsionor ynu jmri..
O. W. Donoan. Commissioner drd DUt.
IlEMlNoronD poitollico. On wook dayu door
opens at 7 a. m.. Ronersl delivery opens at H a.
m. and closes at 8 p. in. Opon Sundays 0 to
10 a. m.
IIeminoford and Rox ntnrr atagodally oieept
IlEMixoroRD and ON lap etase, Monday
Wodn?day and Friday.
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New Short Lino to Helena, Butto
Spokano, Seattle and Tacoma
G. X. So "W. O. Time Card.
So. 41. nasnnKar arrivos at
10:23 u. in.
4:46 a. m.
ll:3n p. in.
3:00 p. in
18 frulBtit nrrlvoi at
So, 41 passenRer arrives at
47 frniuht arrivos at
AU rtwular trains rarry passengers
TUTTLE & TASK
Attorneys - at - Law,
- HFHIHGFQJU). -. , NEBRASKA.
L. W. BOWilAN
Physician and Surgeon,
Office rooms and residence in
Draver block, up stairs.
Special-Attention givftn to dis
eases of children .
The Best and Strongest
D. A. PAUL, Agent
F. E. HOLSTEN,
(B. & M. Watch Examiner.)
Charges reasonable; satisfaction
guaranteed. Orders loft at the
Herald office will receive prompt
Notice of Salo Under Lien on
State of Nebraska, County of Box
Butte, ss. J Dimlap citizens contemplate or-
Notico is hereby given that by Mn a posBO whiuh wii 0 tq
virtuo of a hen filed by John M. f . l r:.i.. .
Trout on tho 18th day of Soptom- help Cuba. Henry Lichte s num
ber, A. IX 1890, in tho county has been suggested as captain,
clerk's office of Box Butto county, i if you have a pig, hog, chick,
State of Nebraska, agamt one A , or t k t() sell a j.
dark bay stud colt, born from a .. . " ,. , r , , ,.
mare which was tho property of y Pai's lho hiieii market
H. Robinson at the time said colt price.
was sired, for tho sum of Eight, Eastern Nobraska was visited
S?ite Zn: !jSohel? i3lin: by the most severe blizzard on
bn 30th dav of Jauuarv A. D.
1897, at tho hour of two o'clock p.
m., of said day, iu front of tho
west front door of tho court house
in Hemingford, ofior baid colt for
Bale for cash to tho highest bidder
to satisfy said lieu, interest and
COBtB. J OHM M. 1ROUT,
Holder of Lien ,
0. J. Wildy visited Bcron Mon-1
Don't break your '97 resolu-
Miss Lena Jay visited in Hem-
Ask for four cent prints at tho
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Olg UOUUIU Hiuit .
Tho county commissioners meet
Tuesday, Jan. 12th.
J. Adam Prois is under the
weather this week.
Operator 0. P. Triplott has
been enjoying (?) a bad cold.
Rev Wundorlich held Luther-
an services awvnmm,u -.-
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Supt. Neelancl visitou scnoois (
in the vicinity of Marsland Tuos
J. J Lutsch, postmaster at
Lawn, has resigned in favor of Jog
Misses Georgia Millov and Nol
Ho Goodenough drove to Allianco
Ask tho clerk for a ton of 5c
gingham at tho big double store.
Miss Florence Edwards began
a four months term of school at
Bov. Hazelton is conducting re
ligious meetings at Lone Tree, east
of Marsland, this week.
There will be services at the
Catholic church on Sunday Jan.
24th, also on Sunday, 31st.
Tho big double store sell their
dress goods at 50 cents on tho
;5-jsAnna Ward returned to
Ohadron Mfflteto resume her
studies at theidemy.
W. P. Walker, :ho has been
,ir nf. wsuiv TCrnt,r?Js rancn
for a few-weeks, roturneWd -
D. C. Burk and Mrs Eaton of
Allianco aro visiting their pa
rents. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Burk.
Miss Anna Wohlers departed
for Crawford yesterday where
she will remain for several
W. M. Copcland, our gonial
station agent, purchased a barn
last week and had it moved on
If you have been sending "away"
for your goodB, get prices at the
doublo storo and see how you feel.
Rev Thoon left today for Hay
Springs and Rushvillo. Ho will
hold confirmation services at the
latter placo next Sunday.
Co. Judge Hewitt issued a
license to wed, on Monday; to
John H. Pay of Sheridan. Wyo.,
and Miss Florence Bailey of Alli
ance. Prank Caha wont to Ardmore
last week. Frank has recently
built a new house and apparently
is making preparations for batch
ing on a donblo scalo,
Tno big doublo storo is the placo
to do your trading the whole year
round if you want your money's
S. Mastrud, the Berca sectiou
foreman, made this office a
pleasant call today
Monday and Tuesday
momorablo ono in Janurary 1888.
of tho co
Iodenco assumed charge
county attorney's ollico yos-
terday. No doubt Mr. Iodenco
will mako a capable and painfitak-
Just beforo going to press wo
learn that C. A. Buvlow hns dis-
posed of his gonernl nierchnudiso
stock to n Lincoln linn who will
close out the stock at once.
II. It. NWioy is hero and has
charge of tho storo.
There has been a great scramble
for ollico bv about 1000 men
several ladies, at Lincoln this
week, but as yet only n fow havo
succeeded in getting n taBtu of
C. O. Ruirgles, a prosperous
stockman who resides about ten
1 miles houtheast of Box Hulto, was
doing buBiue nt tho county cap-
,tul yesterday. IIo roports stock .
doing well in his section.
While in Omaha last week tho
writer enjoyed a visit with Dr.
Blanchard who is attending tho
Omaha Dental University. Tho
Dr. is making rapid strides in his
chosen profession and is rerog
nizod as a leader in tho college.
Your butter, eggs, cheo-so and
potatoes should always go to tho
big double storo.
Joe Watson secured an order
from County Com. Duncan and
wont after E. Boyer yesterday
and brought him to his house in
this city, where ho will bo cored
for at Mr. Watson's expense.
This, wo understand, is in return
for favors extended years ago,
they being old friends. Nothing
like debts of gratitude paid in
times of need. Allianco Guide.
Marshall Sheldon, who has been
at Parmingdalo, S. D. , for the past
two years, returned this w.eok to
remain permanently. IIo roports
largo numbers of horses and cattle !
dying on the range from starvation
UYj l!JL&mjftttift iejng no
grass or feed of any kind; and yet
tho wealthy companies would rath
er eeo their btock perish than sell
The Congregational missionary
society will havo a dinner at tho
church next Wednesday. The
ladies aro requested to come pre
pared for carpet rag sewing and
the gentlemen aro reminded that
there's plenty of wood to saw.
Mns. Ward, Sec'y.
Tho party who loft a pocket
book in our shop may havesamo
by proving property and paying
for this notice.
Bushnell & Eisler.
To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
All parties who aro owing mo on
note or account aro requested to
call on mo at thoir curliest con
venience and settle.
C. A. Borlew.
For Sale I havo somo choice,
woll bred young sows for breeding
purposes, for salo; also one fine
boar. E. Mabin.
If you want an elegant bod room
sot, or only a chair bottom, cheap,
per Dad at Cal Wildy's.
If you have and old kino, steer
or calf to sell, C. J. Wildy will
Program for Hemingford Read
ing circle meetiing to bo hold Feb.
13, 1897, at 1 o'clock p. m., in tho
office of tho county superintendent.
Mrs. Blanoliard, Now York.
Miss Neoland, English Liter
ature. Miss Goodenough, French and
Mr. Curtis, Indian Wars.
Mr. Banks, Colonial Govomm't.
History Questions, Pages 75 to
131, Sholdon, Barnes History.
Leo Rutin, I
11. F. Fillmore, Com.
D. K. Spacht, j
NEW GOODS Ctt tlo il
SOLD OUT-0. A. Burlaw hns
?ld out his entire stock of dry
go ids, clothing, boots, shoe0,
groceries, etc., to a firm In tho
This entiro stock of C. A. Bur-
lew, consisting of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Uoi ts' urmsliing
Goods. lints, Caps, Liu-o.'
.'Cloaks, Boots, Shoos, Grocerlos,
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UlU.. Will UU SU1U UUU ill) XUliWI IU
tho first customers coming to tho
old stand of 0. A. Burlaw in the
town of Hemingford, Box Butte
.$:,000 worth of tho 0. A. Bur
low stock must bo sold out quick
ly at 50 conts on the dollar. Wo
must havo tho money and you
can buy tho goods
at your own
Special Throe Days Salo of
tho C. A. Burlow stock: Satur
day, Jan. 9; Monday. Jan, 11;
Tuesday, Jan. 12. Bargains in
Soiling out the C. A. Burlow
stock at any prico Come at once
and lay in a supply beforo the
stock is taken away. Nevor again
will you havo an opportunity pi
buying goods so cheap.
A New Year A New Deal.
Another year is rolling by.
But our mill keeps rolling on,
Our brands of flour for quality,
You may depend upon.
Wo do no credit business,
But a good exchange wc meet,
We'll give you 31 lbs. of flour
For a bushol of your wheat.
Farmers, wo w'd bo pleased to have
Of your patronage a sharo.
And you'll tind in dealing with you,
We'll treat you fair and square.
--Hemingford Milling Co.--
T. A. Slocum. ai. u., tno urcat uuem
Ist and Scientist, Oilers to Send
Free, to the Afflicted, Tlireo Hot
ties of His Newly Discovered
Ri-niedied to fare Consump
tion and AULiuig Tioublcs.
Nothing could bo fairer, more phil
antlnupic or carry more joy in it
wake than tlm oiler of T. A. Slocum,
M. C, of 183 Pearl street, New Yorlc
Confident that he lias discovered
an absolute euro for consumption and
nil pulmonary complaints, and io
to make its great merits Known, he
will send, free, three- bottles (the
Slocum now syttem of medicine) to
uny reader of the 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 expiess and pnstofflcc ad
dress, and receive In return the thice
Alieudy this "new scientific course
of medicine" has permanently cmed
thousands of apparently hopeless
lie considers It his religious duty
a duty which he otfes to huinui.ltj
to douatu his Intulllblc cuie.
Offered freely, apart from its ad
heient strength. Is enough to com
mend It, and more so is the perfect
confidence of the great chemist, mak
ing the offer.
He has proved consumption to be
a curable disease beyond auy doubt.
There will bo not-mistake in send
ingthe mistake will bo hi overlook
ing the Doctor's generous Invitation.
He has on ille in his American and
European laboratories thousands of
testimonials of experience fiom those
cured, in all parts of the world.
DeMys arc d.mgeroufc; mall your
addles to T A. Slocum, M. C.j 183
l'earl stievt, New York, and when
writing the Doctor, please met!ou
reading this article in Thk IIuaku.
Tho now improved Aormotor,
with gloss cups, solf feeding, Zer
Oil, will feed in tho coldest wen -or
and mill will run for a mr Ji
with ono oiling. 8, 10, 12 liV 10
ft. wheols. D. A. Paul, Ago ;.
Duulap chccftO ia
the market Try it,
taytri3T"" B" '
at tSie BIG DOUBLE STORE
i!ii!ii!will begin Jan 2ndnd
continue 30 days
TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS:
Wo will again oiFer our entire stock of goods consisting
of Dry Goods, Clothing, Men's Furnishing goods, Hats,
and caps, hosiery, notions, novolties, dress goods, trim
mings, boots, shoes, ladieB clonics, grocorios, queen nnd
glassware, at such reduced prices that will absolutely
defy all competition. Our terms aro cash or in ex
change of produce Thanking you most cordially for
your puBt palroimgo, and wishing you a happy and
prosperous Now Year, I romain your humble servant,
iHICalvin J. Wildy
,TlIB ULDKsT JSsTABLlHraiKNT IN TUB COUNTT.
Charter Oak Cook Stoves,
Genuine Round Oak Heating Stoves,
Paints, Oils. Glass, etc.
Special Agent for BAKER PERFECT -Barb
Wire the Best on Earth
We Guarantee Our Flour
Equal to Any Other. Try It.
AIAO . -DKALUK
NEW CASTLE SHERIDAN, AND
. . . .FELIX, GLENROOK CANON CIT Y
H. H, PIERCE,
Proprietor of ,
We havo first-class stock and doublo and single rigs- ivhich wo
urnisli at reasonable rates. Our facilities for accommodating boardor
aro unoxcollcd iu tho city. Givo us a call.
fi Stable Corner Box Butto Avcnuo and Shoridan Street.
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