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About Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190? | View Entire Issue (June 11, 1897)
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF
BOX BUTTE COUNTY.
Puliltlil every Friday nnd entered at tlio
Imt-itu In llenilnKford, Nebraska, ai wvemd
cn matl hotter. ,,'i'HK llKiut.it la " ."
tlm inUtsM of Jlemlmiford and llox llutto
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TJIOS. O'KfiBPE, Publlsjtsr.
F.M. Piunr . ..... Clerk.
.1AH.II. ll.TlltWRTT :'n,llf
. K. P. Hwtkney Sheriff.
II. K. HtI.Ms . Attorney.
Mlfis A. K. Neklanu Bnperlni'mdent.
iiah. Uiunk Sim eyor.
Dm W. K. Miixm .. Coroner.
J)lt. 1,. W. HoWJIAN I'hyrtlcian.
JamkhHamiy CommUnloner int. DIM.
Jak. IIou.lMtKK (omiaifHloucr'JnJ I)ist.
:U. W. DunOxji ConimlHHlonerllrdDUt.
.Hkmisofoiiii 'iMistolllop. On week, days door
.' fiMa at 7 n. in., Koneral delivery tuiens at H a.
in. and clones at. V m. Oou Hifndayn II to
10 a. in.
.lirMINOXOM) AND Itox Hutte litaRO dally except
.HrMiscivonDAnDo.Ni.Ap stnRp. daily except
Salt Lake City,
St. Louis unci all
points east unci, aim an
.south. I west.
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Tiuins I.ewb as Follows:
Patmeuucr, dally. Deadwood,
llilliUKH mid all polntH north
anil vytmt .... .1:4(5 a. m.
IrulKlit, dally. Dcailwixjd,
IlillluKH and inU'rinwlialo
Rtatloijs..- . 11:35 p. in.
Frnlulit, dally, New Civile
Htiil inlpfiiiiHlIato titatlnuH.. ;i:00r. m.
Ho. 42; -I'liiifcMMrw, dally, fur Lincoln,
' Onialin, Cliicaiio nnd all
point Meant was p. m.
Frelulit. dally, for Lincoln '
and intermediate HtattouM.. S:37 p. m.
Freight, dally, for Lincoln,
and Intermediate nUilionn. .. 10,'i") n. m.
BIcVpiiiK. diuinir and nvllniu rlmlr earn
MAtH frcol on tliroiich trniim. Ticket mild
iml Imikkakc cliorUeil to any point In tlio United
rKtatcti or Canaila.
Kor Information, map- tlraotalilPM and tlck
Ptrfcall onor wrltoto V. M. t'opoatid, Awnt,
or J. FlLVNlUS.tU-n'l PaHwiiKerAicPUt.Ouialut
il. C. A. HGLBROOK,
fPH YSICIjW and SlHRGEOJt,
Kesitlonee nnd Olljco in
Box lJutto Bank B.y,'.
Hemingfovdy -:- Nebraska.
TUTTLE $, TAS3I
Attorjieys - at - Law,
F. E. HOLSTEH,
(B. fc M. "Vntch Examiner.)
Clmrges rensnnnblo; .satisfaction
f:unvantoi!(l. Orders left Ai the
lEitALO oilice will reeo'vo prompt
attention. No extra charges.
NEW GpODS, Q
Q LOW PAIGES.
AYo ni'e located ono door north
pt C. J. Wildy nnd will yf
pleased to ahoy you our goods;
give us a call and see what we
have that you ueed.
Thanking you for past favors
and soliciting a Vinuauco of
pie sanu. Yours Respoctfujly,
Miss L. Adams.
C. J. Wildy wants your trside.
C. J. Wildy wants your potatoes.
New clothing just arrived at
Latest etyhw of uljpps gt Ipwost
njiciNS it W'ildy'tj.
HEMINGFORD. BOX BUTTE COUNTY,
Local and Personal.
O. L. Taylor and wife visited
A now sidewalk was laid on
Box Butte and Niobrara avenues
Kov. John 13. Moore, Omaha,
canvassed the town Monday for
Webster's dictionaryiind tho In
R. D. Owens is again holding
down his old position in Anton
Uhrjg'.s. hardware store Robert
is a good steady hand and is
never out of employment
Z. T. Cunningham of Box Butto
received the sad intelligence last
week of tho death of his father
who resided at Rutledge, Mo.
Owing to tho hologram being de
layed Mr. Cunningham could not
getjthere in tyno for tho funeral
hence he did not go at alj.
Patrick Collins of Box Butte
pi'ecinct was in the city Wednes
day. He reports crops in his
vicinity doing nicoly.
Dr. Blanchard went to Lusk,
Wyo., Monday morning to do
some dental Work. He will be
gone a weok or ten days.
Tom Killeen brought his blood
ed horses 'Cyclone" and "Grey
E vgle" down from Ardmore last
week and is now putting in his
,sparo moments breaking them
to eat hay.
Lewis Morgan and J. H. Bro
shar wont to Alliance Tuesday
for tho purpose of appearing be
fore the pension.cxamj.ning board
but were disappointed as only
one member of the board was in
vt9wn. - .
Miss Estonia Taylor returned
from Hot Springs Friday. She
has been attending tho Black
Hills college for the pst year.
Geo. E. Zimmerman, a success
ful farmer and stockman, of Lib
erty precinct, was trading Avilh
our merchant Fridaj
Mrs.-John O'Koefeanc) children
came up from Allianco Tuesday
for a yisit .jvith relatives and
llorncall wants chickens of all
Miss Lena Jay visited Homing
ford friends. Sunday and Monday
Mrs. Fenner and daughter,
Miss Alma, of Dunlap, were
Hemingford visitors Saturday.
Phe Hemingford Cornet JJand
will give a grand ball in the
court house hall, Hemingford, on
tho evening of July 2. Grand
march at 8 q'clock. This will bo
tho social event of the season.
Tho proceeds will bo for the
benefit of tho bard and everyone
is cordially invited.
Rpv. Hazleton hitched up his
bronchos Monday and in company
with his wife and baby and Miss
Delia Reed started to drive to
Mr. Reed's place southeast of
town. When crossing tho rail
road track one of tho horses sip
ped and fell, breaking tho tongue
of tho buggy and tho other horse
hnmonced to kick. Mr Hazel-
'ton who was sitting on tho edge
ef t)io seat was thrown out on
the double trees and tho buggy
was. turned on jf-s, sido wjth Mrs.
Hazleton and tho baby boneath it,
fqrtuuatoly tho horses broke
looso entirely from the vohiclo
otherwise the accident would
prqbably havo resulted seriously
if not fatally to Mrs. Hazolton
and baby. As it was, no one but.
Mr. Hazleton received any in
juries 'and his are not serious,
Tho townsito company will
make soma improvements in
Hemingford in tho near future.
Homingfoi'd is all right uud al
ways will be.
Mr. E. Mabiu brought us a lot
of lottuco and pio plant today
for which ho has our thanks.
John Macok, tho tailor, is turn
ing out tho best work and at
reasonable prices. If you want
a hico suit call and seo him and
Mrs. Gilman is much impoved
in health and returned from Al
Mrs. Earnest was bo much
worse lasi Saturday that hor
condition was considered dan
gorous and her children fvoro
telegraphed for. She is improv
ing at this writing and thcro is
hopes for hor recovery. Clyde
arrived from Now Castlo Monday
and her daughter Mrs. Smith, of
Washington, camo Tuesday
William AVillmot, an old sot
tier living six miles west of town
was brought beforo tho commis
sioners of insanity on Thursday
and was examined relativo to .his
mental condition. Several wit
nesses had been summoned and
after listening to all the evidence
and making an exhaustive inyos
ttgation, tho board determined
that while Mr. Wilmott's mental
condition was not exactly normal,
and there was good grounds for
tiling the complaint, yot his con
dition was not such as would
warrant his comtyitment to ,an
asylum and he was discharged
Sioux City, Iowa, Juno 7.
Ponca, Neb., to-day submitted a
definite proposition to Donald
McLean, organizer of the ti'ans
continental railway to bo built
between the' Missouri and-Los
Angeles, for tho location of the
eastern terminals. It agrees to
vote a tax of JO por cent of itfi
assessed valuation, furnish
right of way to tho river, and $i
bridge franchise, give land for
the location of shops and yards
and use its iniluouco to secure a
ta: frouj. noighborjuia: townships,
It will probably get tho ter
minals. Jt was tho pleasure of the
writer to spend Thursday in
Edgomont, ono of tho best and
liveliest towns in South Dakota.
In company with Mr. E. C. Eddie,
superintendent of construction
work on tho smelter, wo visited
tho smelter site which is ono and
a half miles south of the city,
where the work is being rapidly
pushed by Mike Elmore who has
forty teams at work grading and
excavating. Tho railroad bed q
the grounds is graded and ready
for the iron and the machinery
for the smelter has been ordered,
Mayor Sharrock was busily on
gaged in the "pleasant" work of
moving intq his handsome new
residence. Mr. Sharrock is as
hearty and joyial as ever and no
doubt is good for a hundred
years yot if ho holds on to his
present appetite. Wo found Mes
srs God dard and Stewart work
ing likp trojans on tho Express,
which by tho way, is tho leading
newspaper of tho Hills country.
Mr. Goddard, tho editor, spends a
portion of his tinje in the north
ern hills and is a groat hustler.
It is evident that Edgemont's
population will be dpubled with
in the nox,t yoar and s,ho is des
tined to becomo a great city.
Tho ladies aid extend thoir
thanks to tho gentlemen who so
kindly assisted in . building the
storm door on the M. E. church.
Storm. Door Committee.
C. J. Wildy has just received
from Chicago a now lino of uico
Dry Goods. Sco him bofore bond -
nig away. &uvo money and pat -
vonizr homo mtluslry.
NEBRASKA. EMMY, JVM) II. 17.
Stajo Labor Bureau at Lincoln
Now Ready to Receive Ap
plications for Help or
i i i 1 1
Lincoln, Nob., Juno 5. All per
sons desiring help and all out of
employment should write at once
tt the State Labor Boroau and lot
thoir wants known. The late leg
islature passed a law making Hub
a free oinplbyment bureau for the
ontireslaTti. T" "
Those who want help should
state in their applications exactly
what kind of help is wanted, in
what brunch of lahor, etc. Thos-P
who want .situations should state
sex, age. height weight, t rutin or
branch of labor, length of sorvico
or experience references, etc.
All information received by the
bureau will bo hold strictly con
lidential and-oU services rendered
will bo free. Absolutely no fee
will bo charged in any case. TIub
is a freo employment bureau ami
is designed to do away ,wUh tho
private employment agoncy nui
sance in the cities, by which so
peoplo are victim-
All desiring help of any kind
carpenters, briokmakers, mill men,
farm hands, city labors, cooks,
servant girls, or holp of any kind,
should immediately apply to this
offico and they will be put m com
munication with thooc in the lino
of service desired.
Persons out of employment
should also writo without delay.
All untitled applications should bo
renewed after thirty days.
Communications should bo ad
,ilro?se()t to Stale Labor Buieau,
LESS THAN HALF RATES
TO BAN rnANGISCQ.
Via the Burlington Route.
Juno 29 to July 3, account Nation
al Convention Christian Endeav
orers. Special trains. Through
tourist ami palacofneepcr.s. Stop
overs allowed at and west of Den
ver. Return via Portland, Yellow
stone Park and Black Hills if de
sired. Endeavorers and their froinds
who take tho Burlington Route
are guaranteed a quick, cool, com
fortable journey, fmo scenery (by
daylight) and first class equip
ment. Bortljs. rosorved and do script
tivo literature furnished on request.
Soo nearest B. & M. R. R. ticket
agent or writo to J. Francis. G. P,
A., Burlington Route, Omaha,
Less than half rates to San
Francisco, June 20 to July 3, via
the Burlington Route. Seo neares)
B. & M. R. R. ticket agent.
Buy DunlDLp Ohoaso.
Don't throw your money away
for poor or filled cheese made
from skimmed milk ,md rotten
butter and grease.
Dunlap cheese is tho only pure
article, made from tho finest and
richest sweet milk, it is tho best
and wholesomest food in tho world.
This cheese was awarded the
first premium and silver medal at
t,ho Omaha State Fair.
ESTRAYED from my farm
7 miles east of Hemingford, about
April 8, 1807, a two-year-old bay
stallion, one whito hind foot, star
in forehead and snip on no-e. A
liberal reward will bo paid for in
formation leading to recovery of
same. Leave word at tho Herald
ofiico. S. R. Buiik.
c. J. Wildy has just received a
' llcw Hno of Clothing of latest stylo
1 anj superior fabrics,
Is Chuck Full of 'V '
..,lf),Call and see.
. .CALVIN' J. WILDY;
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TlllC U1.DKST .KbTAnLISIIJJKNT IN TUB COUNTY
Charier Oak Cook Stoves,
Genuine Round Oak -Hating-Stays .
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc. .
Special Agent for BAKER PERFECT Barb
Wire the Best' on Earth
H. H. PIERCE,
, .Proprietor of.
Wo have first-class stock a,nd doublo and single rigs, which wo
urnish at reasonable rates. Our facilities for accommodating boarders
unexcelled in tlio city. Give us a call.
ftSy Stable Cornor Box Butte Avonuo and Sheridan Street.
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W. K HERNCALL,
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