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About Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190? | View Entire Issue (June 18, 1897)
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
BOX BUTTE COUNTY.
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ffemiugford, -:- Nebraska.
TUTTLB & TAS3I
Attorneys - at - Law,
F. B. H0LSTEN,
(B. &AI. AVatch Examiner.)
Charges rcn.-ionable; satintnetiou
punranttn'd. Orders left at the
Hehald oilier v.-ill reco:vo prompt
nltontiou. No extra charges.
IQJ t LOW PRICES.
We are located one door north
of C. J. Wildy's, -and will bo '
pleased to ahow you our goods;
give us 1 call and see what wo
have that you need.
Thanking you for past favors
and soliciting a continuance of
tlis sams. Yours Respectful ly,.
- - Miss L. Adams. -
C. J. Wildy wants your trado.
0. J. Wildy wants your potatoes,
New clothing just arrived at
Latest styles of hoes at lowest
ius at w iiu s, ,
j HEMINGFORD. BOX BUTTE COUNTY
nDTKi'MU iw rw-unB t !
Rememfber June 26th
will be our last day lit Homing
ford this season and those who
wish to avoid U10 big rush that
generally crowds our gallery,
will do well to come early.
BAILLIE & KODSTROM.
Local and Personal.
, M. D. Atkiu of Box Butte, was
in tho city Monday.
liev. "Wundorlieli is attending
Conferoncc at Lyons.
Mrs. E. E, Ford of Lawn was :
in tho city Monday.
John Kuhn is assistiug Dick
Bovan in the blacksmith shop.
Mrs. Ole Gilbert of Box Butte
made this ofiiico a pleasant call
Miss Mary Zimmcr visited
Hemingford friends Friday and
Mrs. Snow and daughter, Ar
villa, of Alliance, spent Monday
Mrs. Silk came up from Alii
ance Saturday and will spend a
few days visiting friends.
Mrs. Thompson, sister of Mrs.
Jos. Mauion, departed Sunday,
night for her homo in Kansas.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Cibson, Thursday, J uno 10th, a
boy. Mother and child doing
Tho work of tho new artists,
Baillie & Kodstrom is certainly
the finest over, made , in . this
Miss Dora Uohdor went to Big
Red, "Wyo., Saturday whore she
cxp"cts to visit her brother for a
"W. L. Jewell who loft Liberty
precinct two years ago is report
ed to be on his way back to Box
Kov. "YV.- C. Pkipps arrived,
from Custer county Saturday and
will have charge of the Congre
Kov. E. S. Muenich departed
Sunday night for Cincinnati,
Ohio. IIo expects to bo gone
about six weeks.
Eli Gerber and family started
overland Saturday for' Kearney
where they will visit Mr. and
Mrs. L, B. Fennor.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Michael, Friday, June 11th, a
tsn pound boy. All parties re
ported doing well.
There was a social hop at tho
resilience of Commissioner Hol
linrako Friday . evening. A
ploasant time is reported.
Miss Anna Ward returned
from Chadrou Friday, She has
baen attending tho Chadron
academy for the past year.
Mrs. Melvin returned to her
homo near Seneca Sunday night.
She has been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Frank Book.
Mrs. Frank Martin and Mrs.
Fred Smith and children droyo
up from Alliance Friday and Avoro
tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Those popular photographers,
Baillie & Rodstrom are doing an
onormous big business and every
body is well pleased with their comt hougQ tonihl fol, UlQ
AVOr" purpose of mooting Donald Mo-
J. W. Pierce, J, F. Nooland. Le(Uli tlie wen itnown railroad pro
Mrs.' G. W. Hatch and Miss Ek- ' motol jlr. McLean in a brief
tella Taylor wont to Alliance lmt luci( mnnnel. explained tho
Saturday to matte luml prool on
Alias In clue uoouonoujrn re-
1 turned from Hot Spines, H. D.,
!r-11.v ShWhnn nilmnA.
Saturday She has boon attend
! , ' ' . "-,..,
1 Ing Uie Jilwk HiUi C0"ge for
The Congregational ladies wiil
servo ice cream in tho llrithaway
bank building tomorrow.
Tho county oominKsionors arc
in session as a board of equali
zation. Tho proceedings Avill bo
published next week.
Father Harrington, Mrs. M.
Elmore and childron, Mis. Frod
Hillior and (laughter, Nellie, of
Alliance, wore Homingford visit
Baillio & Rodstrom, photo
graphers, arrived in town Friday
ami will remain until Juno tili.
Tlioy have a iirst-clans photo
graphic paraphernalia and do
Mrs. Baumgardnor was thrown
down by a calf which she was
picketing out and had her ankle
sprained quito badly. Dr. Rich
ards attended her and says she
will bo able to get around soon.
Tho Hkualu has six now sub
scribers this week aiuV'suvra'til
dollars wore received on sub
scription. This is tho only paper
in tho county ot'iicially recog
nized by tho state and county of
ficers. W. L. Convis and family ar
rived in Hemingford Tuesday for
a short visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Sherwood after which they
will start for Los Angeles,
Cal., where the5r expect to make
their future home.
S. B. Harrison and family who
left this county a short time ago
for Montana have reached Sher
idan and write, back, that, so far
they have got along nicely al
though there had been lots of
rain and traveling through tho
gumbo country was not very
pleasant. They expect to leave
for Montana soon and their ad
dross for U10 present will be Bil
lings. Children's day observances fil
led tho hours of tho morning
services at tho M". E. ami Con-'
gregational churches Sunday.
Flowers and birds, bright music
and brighter faces of young peo
ple, made a scone of rare beauty
and an occasion of joy. Quito
a full programme had been pre
pared including recitations inter
sporsed with singing by the
school and congregation.
Anirato father from Wright
precinct came to town early Mon
day morning on the hunt for a
couple of young girls who had
loft homo tho night before ac
companied by two young men
from Homingford. Tho girls
were found and returned to the
parental roof. Some practical
joker started tho rumor that a
warrant was out for tho boys ar
rest, on tho charge of abduction,
and tho boys aforementioned
very quickly made up their minds
that the balmy breezes of tho
Pino Ridgo or Black Hills woro
more pleasant than tho atmos
phere of Hemingford and they
accordingly hit tho high places
on the road leading in that direc
tion and never stopped until tho
county line was safely passed
and they had learned that their
scare was unfounded.
O'Neil, Nob-, Juno 1 1 . A rous
ing and enthusiastic mooting of
flio nili'.ens of O'Neill was hold in
vmt ndvnnljiges to ho derivwl
from tho construction of an in
dependent lino from Ponoa to
O'Neill via Crcightoii them west
t0 th. 1c!ll :-.. b,rr,
lecbea m favor at tu now on-
torpriso wisre made by Mayor 011-
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NEBRASKA. FRIDAY, J
leudittb eitizaiiB. A communica
tion from Geo. E. Chounoy, of
Creighton, staling that thecitwiis
of that place woro fully alive to
tho now enterprise, was road. A
committee consisting of Mayor
Gillospio, 0. O. Snyder, M. F.
Harrington, J. J. Meddlm-ty, J,
P. Muuu and John Mcllugh, was
apponipd to act jointly with liliq
committees selected by other towns
along tho now routo in promoting
tho now entorpriso. The follow--ing
resolution was unanimously
Resolved, That tho city of
O'Noilfand surrounding country
are in full sympathy with tho pro
posed now routo and oro willing to
rondcriny assistance within thu
range Nof their ability to aid tho
Preaching at the Congregational
church, Sunday, Juno 2dlh.
Morning theme: Tho Divinity
of .CHrist. Evening theme: A
portrait of .Jesus.
Professor Word en, who is well
known by our citizens,- has tho
following to say about the ,new
To the ladies and gentlemen of
Box Butte county: I am purson
ally acquainted with Mr. and
Mrs. Kodstrom and have seen
much of their work during the
past leu years and I talco pleas
ure in saying they are among tho
very finest and skilled photo
graphers in the slate. All per
sons wishing true pictures, and
life like, now have an opportunity
never f before offered in lh?
coiuUav..:Vei;y rospaotfully.. . .
W. S. Woiidkn.
2 per Dozen
Wo are in Hemingford and
will remain until dune 26th,
Wo do the highest grade work
known to tho art at extremely
low prices and guarantee every
picture wo make to ploaso any
and all who wish our service.
Can you afford to misa this op'
portunity of securing a perfect
photograph in tho very latest
styles, neat and tasty in finish
and overy detail showing tho su
perior skill of men grown up in
the business, and surrounded by
tho latest improvements and be
ing thoroughly familiar with tho
European as well as American
methods employed for producing
tho finest results.
Touching our integrity as bus
iness men wo refer you to the
First National Bank, Holdroge;
First National Bank, McCook,
and State Bank of Red Cloud.
The Hemingford Cornet Band
will give a grand ball in the
court house hall, Hemingford, on
tho evening of July 2. Grand
march at H o'clock. This will be
tho social event of the season.
Tho proceeds will bo for tho
benefit of the band and everyone
is cordially invited.
C. J. Wildy 1ms just racaivnd
from Chicago a new line of nice
Dry Goods. Seo him lief ore Bond
ing away. Snvo money and pat
ronize homo industry.
Dr. B lanelmrd ieturnxl this
morning and will remain a few
duys. If you wih work (ipno
you houW ttU at ottco. ' ,
UNK 18, UM7.
Is Chuck Full of -'
Cal! and see. ,
CALVIN. J. WiLDYJt'
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'ilin (JM)KST KhTAIIMxflMKNT IN TI'.K I'oiMV
Ghaitef Oak Cook Stoves, N"
Genuine Round Oak Hating Stovs
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc..
Special Agent for BAKER PERFECT Barb
Wire tlie Best on Earth
H. H. PIERCE
Wo have first-class stock and double and sinirlo rigs, which wo
urnifah at reasonable rates. Our facilities for accommodating boarders
unexcelled in tho city. CJivo us a call.
JS" Stable Corner Box Butte Avenue and Sheridan Street.
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