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HEMINGFOJID. BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA. FRIDAY JAN. 22. lii)7.
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L.' , The Herald.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
BOX BUTTE COUNTY.
1'nhllshed ee.-y Kriday and entered nt tho
Iitint-nHIro in lleminsfonl, NehraBkn, an Hpciind
ciaes mall matter. TllK Heum.d indovoted to
tho intercuts of Hemins'ord ami Hox llutto
THOS. O'KUEPE, Publisher.
ONE YEAH flM
BIX MONTHS W
F.M. PnBM'B .. (,prk'
A.M. MlbLiin litntmrr-r.
,Tq. H. 11. Hewett :,,,.,,JK
'.. V. HWKKMFV Sheriff.
U. V. Oumks .Attoriiy.
Mibs A. E. Neui.vnd Superintendent.
J)n. W. K. MlLi.EU Coroner.
l)n. b.V. Uowmas ..lMiiicln.
James IUituv... ComniiHHioner 1st liNt.
J R. HnM.iXRAKK.... CommUnioner 2nd Dist.
U. W. JJOKCAN CoinnihiHionerllrdDitit.
IlEMlNoronD pogtoflico. On week days door
openw nt 7 a. m., general delivery opim at S a.
in. and closes at 8 p. in. Open Sundays ft to
10 a. in.
IlSMIKoFOBD AND llOX IlUTTE ataROdnlly Ojeept
Ueminofoiid and Lo.vt.AP stage, Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
Now Short Line to Helena, Butto
Spokane, Scuttle and Tneoma.
G. X. & "W. O. Tlmo Card.
So. 44, pnsonKor arrives ut
" 4 freight
" 48 freight arrives nt
:fo,4i pnRficnKoriirrivi;s nt
' 4: fruliiht iirrlvo nt
r.::i7 p. in.
10:25 n. in.
4:1(5 a. m.
ll:3'J p. ni.
3:uo p. ni
All regular trains carry paBnonRPrs
HID YOU EVUR MAKE MONEY EASY?
Mr. Editor. I have nad how Mr. C. E. It.
mado o ranch money in the DihIi Washer Ims
iuens and think 1 have lent him: lam very
younir jet and havo hail littlo oxtn'rieucd in hoII
iriR coodd, but have ron'Jo ovp olsht hundred
ituilara in ten wu.Us ?elini? Diehw-iBhprh. It Is
imply wonderttfl lfbw eaHy ivh ti Veil them.
All yon havo to do Is to miow tho ladieH how
thpy work anil they cannot help hut buy one.
For the benefit on other 1 will etato that 1 t?ot
my ntart from the Mound City Dichwn'dipr Co.,
Ht Lout. Mo. Writo to them and they will
tend you full dartictilar.
I think I can clear over $J,000 the coming ye'rr
and I am not (joins to let tho oppoltonity pas.
Try it and publish your BueepAs for tho Ijcnrtit
of others. J. V. O.
I -will not be responsible for
nnj' debts contracted by my vife,
Hi3y the Dipper Sui t-J e Farm.
Fiithor was sick ami lliu niDrtgagp
ou tho fnn.i was comlnir. (hie. 1 saw
in thu Cliri.xtlan Advocate where JIIbs
A. Al Fritz, or Station A. St. Louis,
Alo., would send a sample combina
tion dipper for IS two cent stamps,
mid I ordered one. I saw the dipper
could be uspd aa it fruit Jar filler; a
plain dipper u fllne strainer; a funnel;
a sick room warming pan and a pint
inetiMirc. These e!f,'ht different uses
makes the dipper such a nccesv.iry
mtlclc that I went, to work with jt
niiD it sella at very near evTy house.
And In four months i paid off the
mortgage, l think I can clear as much
as $200 a month, if you need work
voti can do well by givlna this a triul
iliss A. M. Fritz. Station A, St. Louis
Mo., will send you a sample for 18
two cent stamps write tit once.
Jons G. N.
TUTTLE & TAS3I
Attorneys - at - Lav?,
L. W. 3POWHAN
Physician and Surgeon
Office rooms and residence in
JPraver block, up shiirs.
Special nttontion givan to dis
eases of children .
Tho Be.st and Strongest
D. A. PAUL, Agent
, Local and Pergonal.
Kov. Golden mado the Heualij
a pleasant call today.
W. G. Simonson, of Alliance,
Yaa in tho city yesterday.
Miss Rosa L'nrkin is teaching
school in tl.u Vaughn district.
W.J Bean has place I an ele
gant new eigur caso in his drug
Mrs. L. 13. Fonncr went lo
Lincoln Saturday to visit her
James Mrachek returned to
Edgemont this week to resume
work with the bridge gang.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin
and Mrs Golden, of Alliance, are
attending tho Biblo Institute.
J. W, Baumgardnor and D. C.
Norris dropped a few "cart
wheels1' into the Hekald excheq
uer this week.
Co. Treasurer Miller wont to
Lincoln tho first of tho week to
make settlement with tho state
A social hop was given at tho
homo of Frank Book Friday
evening aud an onjoyablo lime is
G. S. Raymond, of Omaha, the
oldest and best known jowlor in
tho state, failed Wednesday
IT. R. Nissley departed for Lin
coln Monday night. Ho shipped
his dry soods and sold his grocery
stock to C. A. llurlow.
Oliver F. Crocker, of Stanton
county, and Miss A una Rissoll,
ofDunlap, wore united in mar-
riagp by Judge HewjattTuosdajLJ
Six head ofcattlo belonging to
Theodore Johnson wore killed on
the railroad about sayon miles
southeast of Homingford Satur
Twenty-fivo farmers may se
cure that many yearly subsciv
tion, free, to tho "Western Soil
Culture" by applying to the B
& M. agent.
Rev. Funk informs us tb- : Dr.
C. A. Ilolbrook, of Bayard, has
decided to locate in Hcmingford
and intends to move here this
month. We welcome tho Scotts
Bluff county people to our thriv
''If the party that oak the pair
of Indies' fine shoes last week from
omi of the Alliance business houses
does not return them or send raoii
cy for same inside of ton days,
they will bo arrested, for they are
The year 1890 has been a most
i nvnsnm'fsiiK nnn fm 1lin Mfirlrnn
Woodmen of America. A total
of T1, 700 new certificates wore
writton during tho year against
52,005 in 1893. Tho benefit fund
has never bec3n in a more satis
factory condition. Modorr
I,ov. J. N. Funk, accompanied
by his family and Mrs. Funk's
sister, arrived from Goring Sat
urday and will make Ilemingford
their future homo. They are oc
cupying tho Brandser residence,
corner of Wyoming avon ic and
Custer street. Mr. Funk will
i have charge of the Baptist church
aud for tho present services will
be held every other Sunday.
Donald McLoan says that tho
Short Lino will surely be built
and that contracts will bo let next
summor. There is no doubt but
what tho road will follow its old
survey and Ilemingford will bo
the division town. There are lots
of good things in store for Ilem
ingford and tho day is not far
distant when she wil bo one of
tho loading cities of Nebraska.
Eyorything is QQiniujj her way.
Messrs. Emory, Cliff aud Amos
Abloy camo" down from Dead
wood Wodprvlj, for a short visit
at homo. Tonigh . Mr. aud Mrs.
Abloy will givu a social danco in
honor of their sons and no doubt
it will bo a pleasant affair as Mr.
and Mrs. Abloy are exceptional
According to the World Herald.
Prof. L. B. Fennor was appoint
ed as teacher in the reform school
at Kearney, and will tako lis
place at tho timo tho now super'
While "wo havo not heaid of His
appointment being officially an
nounced, we beliovo ho is suroof
J. S. Anderson, tho Veterinar
ian, of Seward, spont three days
in Ilemingford this week and was
kept very busy. Ho performed
some difficult surgical opera
tions and convinced everyone
that ho thoroughly understands
his business. Mr. Anderson is
an old friend of Harry Piorc.c,
who, with Mr. Gerber, is re
sponsible for his visit to this city.
A certain farmer of this county
recently wont ii .o tho Alliance
Grocery store at Alliance to en
quire the pico of produce. After
being told that eggs wore worth
10 cents per dozen and butter 12
cents per pound, looked upon the
wall and inquired who that pic
ture represented. Mr. Stewart
with much emphasis informed
(,'m that it was tho picture of
William McKinloy tho advanced
agent of prosperity, when thp
farmer remarked that with-such
prices it would seem that this ad
vanced agent was a h 1 of a
long way u ii-ad of his show.
Tho Biblo Institute which is in
session hero no 'V and conducted
by Rev. Frady is well attended,
there being an enrollment of
fifty. Those assisting Rev. Frady
in work of Institute are, Riv.
Rominger, of Crawford; Rev.
Golden, of Alliance, and Rev.
Preston of Ilemingford. Rev.
Funk acts as chairman and Mr.
E. F, Woodruff of Chadron adds
a great deal of e nisinii to tho
Institute. Tho lectures given by
Rev. Rominger both Wednesday
and Thursday evening on Palis
tine were interesting. A n
plete report of tho proceedings
will appear in our next issu -.
The Edgemont Express of last
week conta 't a very interes.
ing eight page writo up of that
enterprising and rapidly growing
city and the Black II 'Is in gen
eral. Thirty half tone cuts dec-
.orate its pages and typographic
ally it is a beauty. When II.
Goddard, the present editor, as
sumed charge of tho Express two
years ago if was of small dimen
sions as was also tho town; but
Mr. Goddard Avho has been a
resident of the Black Hills for
twenty years, foresaw Edge
mont's future and .sot to work to
build up the town and now every
one ctiu see what has been ac
complished. Hon. A. L. Shar
rock, the hustling mayor of V o
city and Mr. Goddard make a
very strong te.un. Elgomont,
with her irrigation canal, which
furnishes water for irrigating
10,000 acres of land; a large
woolen mill, ono of tho lineal
grind-stone factories in tho world
and a 8300,000 smelter, iron
works, electric light ph :ir, water
works, etc., which are tube put
in at once, js destined to become
the lending city of tho Northwest.
Tfioro will bo services at the
Catholic church on Sunday Jan.
24th, also qii Sunday, Hist.
Editoii Heuald: Birthday sin
priso parties aro getting to be th?
social pasl'mo here in Box Butto.
On tho evening of January Mth
about forty of the frioiuls of Mrs.
Ole Gilbert gathered at lor res
idence to colobrato the 40th anni
versary of her birth. It was in the
form of a surprise. Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert hud gone to spend tho
n ght with a sick neighbor., but
wore told they wero provided for.
On returning home they found
their house illuminated and filled
with their friends and to say that
Mrs. Gilbert was surprised would
but mildly express it. An el
egant supper was partaken of (as
tho Box Butto ladies know so well
how lo provide and servo) and a
very nico birthday basket was pre
sented lo Mrs. Gilbort. All went
home feeling that they had spent
a very enjoyable evening and bear
ing with them expressions of pleas
ure from Mr. and Mrs. Gilbort in
being thus kindly remembered.
One who was there.
Harry Till Olrl Quick.
I saw In your paper that a 13 year
old boy made $1.25 tho llrnt hour he
worked Bolllnf? the Porfoclion Metal
Tip Lampwiek. 1 ordered a .sample
and went to work and the llrat week
1 cleared 810, the second week I clear
ed $15. 1 expect to run up lo $25 a
week in the near future, aa the Per
fection Metal Tip Lampwiek makes
such a beautiful white lltfht mid does
away with smokey chimneys mid had
odor and saves oil, it is easy to sell.
If you wish to try It send 13 i'-cent
stamps to Mis A, M. Frilz, Station
A, St. Louis, Mo., hiuI she will send
you a sample outfit, this U u (rood
way to make money around home.
. Miss Tina V.
Cal Wildy says Sweeney is tho
shoriil and if you don't pay upyou
will know him better. . ... 4
Your butter, eggs, cheeso and
potnti 4 should always go to the
big d j ilo h i
Cal Wildy wants dressed
) uiltry evoiy week huro.
Tit: New Hick Sp oi r . to AH.
I read iii thu ChrisLaiu Standard
that Miss A. M. Fritz, Station A, ,3t.
Louis, Mo., would give an elegant
plated hook spoon to anyone sending
lier ton'2-cent stamps. r-srnL for one
and found It so useful that I snowed
it to my friends, und made SIS. 00 i.
two ileum, taking orders for the
spoon. The hook spoon Is i house
hold necessity. It cannot slip into
the dish or cooking vessel, being held
ti the place by a hook ou tho baok.
The spoon is something that liousc
keeprs have needed ever since spoons
were first Invented. Anyone can get
a sample spoon by sending ten 2-cont
stamps to Miss Frilz. This is a
splendid w.iy to make money around
JKr . '. S.
Make Your Own Lantern.
Your home is incomplct without
it, and the pi ice is within rca 'i of
all. 1 ordered one for my own ho
and it wa o handy and cr iveniont
I Aent to work taking orders for tlwin
and sold 51 in ono day miking over
S5 clear. It gives a beautiful whit,
light, chimneys never break from
heut. it Is always clean and ready.
Francis Gasoy, St. Louis, Mo , will
send sample for 13 two cent stamps,
write for one. I got my s tart with
him. Geoiiok H.
To whom it may conckun:
All parties who-aro owing me on
i note or account are requested to
; call on mo at their earliest con
i vonience and sotllo.
C. A. Buiilkw.
For Sale I havo soino choice,
well bred young sows for breeding
purposos, for sale; also one lino
boar. E. Mahin.
If you want an elegant bed room
set, or only a chair bottom, cheap,
per Dad nt Cal Wildy's.
If you havo and old kine, steer
or calf lo sell, C. J. Wildy will
Ask the clerk for a ton of 5c
gingham at the big double storo
The big double store sell their
dress goods at 50 cunts on tho
at the BIG DOUBLE STORE
ililliiiwill begin Jan 2nd and
continue o dvfelpiis
TO OUR PATKONS AND FRIENDS:
Wo will iu,.iiii olf.'r on enta-o stock of goods consisting
pf Dry Goods, Cloth ig, Mn's Furnishing goods. Hut-,
and caps, hosiory, notions, novelties, dress goods, trim
mings, boots, shoes, ladies i na'w, grocorios, quccu and
glassware, nt such reduced ice mat will absolutely
dofy all competition. Oar tonus aro cash or in ex
change of produce. Thank ! you most cordially for
your past patronage, and wisliii-g you a happy and
prosperous xNew ienr, i i;enuun your humble sorvaut,
HHICaivin .J. Wildypl
The uldkst ifisTAnnisiiMEXT in tub County.
Charter Oak Caok Stoves,
Genuine Round Oak Heating-Stoves,
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.
Special Agent for BAKER PERFECT Barb
Wire the Best on Earth
We Guarantee Out Flour
Equal to Any Other. Try It.
'2LlJ3ivdLlEbjJ.ii KINDS OF COHiXIi
NEW CASTLE, .... SHER DAN AND
.... FELIX, GLENROOK, .... CANON CI T f
mmmmmmmm l if i in J
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H. H, PIERCE,
Wo havo first-class stock and double and singlo rigs, which wo
urnish at reasonable rates. Our facilities for accommodating boarder
arc unexcelled in tho city. Give us a call.
BS Stable Cornor Box Butto Avenue- and horidan Street.
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