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OFFICIAL PAPER OF
BOX BUTTE COUNTY
T. J. O'KliUlM!, Publisher.
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J. E fpQ'RTE'R,
ocAttorney - at - Lavra
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IV. M. IOQEMCE,
ATTORNEY - .A.T - J-AW,
I'ractlt'ttt in nil Hi" nuiirtR
I Iemin "ford, Neb.
TUTTLE & TASK
Attorneys - at Law,
mi. c. . noLimooK,
? YJCI i. V and SUKGEOJJ,
Ke.Mdoiice, Hall house. Ollico
Pirsf door north Box Butto
Hemingford, -:- Nebraska
T. J. O'KEEFE,
U. S. COMMISSIONER,
DISTRICT OF NEURASKA.
v AH mutters coming licforo tlie United Stntcs
.Circuit Court or tlio United Slates Laud Olllcti
Mill ictolvo piompt and careful intention.
,ls attend toall ltlnds of business for non
residents; leal estate, rentals, collections, etc.
Correspomlenns MillctUM. Offices Ht
hKMIKUI'Tmn .Nti CIUWFOKD, NEI.
! Time Table
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points east and
Sat.t Ijakk City,
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;iii(l all points
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ItilltiiuH and nil mintn north
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No. 43. I rolKlit. daily.
S:25 p. m.
2.55 !. m.
Kroiclit, daily, Now Caxtlo
and iutermitlmto Ntatioim .
Ho. i'i, l'aHHfmjcr, dally, for Lincoln,
Omaha, ( IiIcako ami all
No. 4 0. Kreii?lit. daily, for Lincoln
ami intrmtsllut statioiiH . 5.0H p. in.
No. 48. I'ri'iL'lit, iluly, for Lincoln,
and iiitcrmciliatiietalioUH . IO:U."a. in
All train dally except Nox. 17 and IS,
47 dally I'Mvpi Sunday.
48 dally except Monday,
Slecpim;, illiiltiir and rerlindnr rhalr earn
i-intH fife mi throiiKh trniiin. TicketH sold
and luiKKaKi' checked to any point in the United
Stati'H or Canada.
For Information, maim, time tallies and tick
vt call on or writu to V. .M. Copelnud, Audit,
or J. KltANClS, Owi'l raHhCDKcr Ancut.Onmlui
I have sonio of the host seed
corn in the county for sale (white
and yellow) also 2i0 bushels of
the very best millet seed for .alo
in quantites to suit purchaser.
Orders left at H. 11. Green's will
be tilled or v.'rite to the under
signed. ' E. Mauin.
T . .
The undersigned will take
cattle or horses to pasture thir
teen miles northwest of Heming
ford. Terms reasonable, In
quir at Win Cioss,
The French conch btnllion
QUINAUlr mid the Shire stal
lion, SAXON KING, will .stand
the present scoson at my place six
miles west and two miles north of
Terms: i?5 to injure a maro in
foal; 6 to insure foal to teat. All
mares traded or removed will for
feit rvny insurance So will be duo
nt one . Care taken to prevent
ncuideiits but I will not bo respon
sible if any occur.
A. S. Exykaut.
I will buy your county war
rants. II. II. Greon.
.ludgo Eiold was up from
Miss Adams has moved her
millinery stock into Mrs. Wheel
Walter K. Kent, of Alliance,
was iu Hemingford last Saturday
T A. Greon, one of our most
successful farmers, had his nuine
enrolled on the HmiALD list last
Miss Loula Blair was the guest
of Miss Nellie Goodenough last
Saturday and Sunday. She also
visited her parents at Box Butte.
George Feud rich who is on his
way to tlio Klondiko has reached
Seattle. Wo hope George will
strike the "right spot" up there
and if lie does ho has the quali
ties to stay with it.
C G. Ilollibaugh and James
Montague of marsland woro in
Hemingford Saturday as wit
nesses for Andrew Atwood, of
Independence, Mo., who made
linal proof on his timber claim.
It is reported that Thos. Ho-
vorka is on his way back from
Minnesota to his faun in Lawn
precinct which ho left Inst sum
mer with the intention of never
returning. They all come back.
Commissioner Barry was in
town Tuesday. Owing to the
continuous rainy weather Box
Butte is having, Mr. Barry is of
the opinion that the good old
times are returning as we shall
have a bountiful crop this year.
Ilov. J. T. Wornoin departed
overland Monday for Hundley,
Furnas County. After a few
weeks visit there ho wilj go to
Illinois and probably travel all
summer. Ho will return to Box
Butto next fall. His many
friends will miss him.
G. E. Mark has sold thi Goring
Homestead to E. F. Moon who
has assumed charge thereof.
Mr. Moon promises the Gering
people a good paper and the
indications are that they will not
bo disappointed. We wish the
now management success.
Mrs. Leo Brandle died at her
homo near Lawn Monday morn
ing, leaving motherless, twin
babies only a few hours old.
The funeral occured on Wednes
day, interment in Lawn ceme
tery, The bereaved husband and
family have the sympathy of
J. W. Johnson came up from
St. Paul, Neb., Monday to make
final proof on his timber cl.im
west of town. Mr. Johnson was
the first B. & M. agent at Hem
ingford and is now agent for the
company at St. Paul. lie is a
very pleasant gentleman and
his many friends were pleased to
A double wedding occured in
this city last Saturday evening.
The parties iii one instance were
Orru E. Vincent and Lcoim B.
Wright, and in the other John A.
Chambers and Lizzie Wright.
All parties hailed from Malinda,
just across the county line into
Box Butte county, and the cere
mony was performed by Itev.
Allen Chamberlain at the M. E.
parsonage. Gering Courier.
Hon. W. .1. Bryan has been
authorized to organize a third
rogimontof Nebraska volunteers
which will bo organized provis
ionally under the national guard
law of the state and for the pur
pose of being mustered in the
United States volunteer sorvico
at any time a call mav bo made
therefor by the president. It is
desired that all portions of the
state bo represented in the regi
mental organization as far as
possible, reference being had to
the locution of the companies
composing the two regiments al
ready 'a the volunteer service.
The location of the different com
panios will be announced as rap
idly as determined upon. The
following locations for compan
ies have been selected:
Lancaster, Polk, Douglas, Ad
ams and Harlan counties, one
It is possible tiutt Box Butte
county may be ablo to got in a
company and an olTort will bo
made at once in that direction.
A NEW CREAHERY.
It is Almost Assured That, a
Creamery Station Will bo
Established at Hemingford.
The creamery mooting last
Saturday was largely attended.
Mr. Marplo was present and
addressed the meeting and ox
plained tho proposition of the
Beatrice Creamery Co., which
the farmers generally considered
a fair one.
About twenty shares of stock
wcro subscribed Saturday and
there is little doubt but what the
requisite number will be subscrib
ed in ton days when operations
on tho plant will bo commenced.
It will be a good thing for the
farmers and business men and
Box Butte county. Everyone
should tako a share of stock as
you have everything to gain and
nothing to lose. Our most. enter
prising citizens are interested and
aro pushing it along. Put, your
shoulder to the wheel.
In response to the anouncemont
and call, the subscribers to the
creamery stockinet in tho city hall,
last Friday afternoon, ami pro
ceeded to organize. V. W. Mar
pie, general agent of the Beatrice
Creamery Co. the parent concern
located in Lincoln, stated tho pur
pose of tin company, aftor which
by-laws, charter and constitution
wore provided, and tho following
officer" elected: President, Joseph
A. Snyder; secretary, John J.
Gnrrard; treasurer, V. F, Lawson.
Tho board of directors was chosen
as follows: J. II. Myer, Joseph
Schmitz, Fred Wagner, August
Droll, James W. Hupp. A com
mitto of three, James W. Hupp, L.
W. McConnef and J. E. Kolley,
was appointed to select a silo for
tho plant. Adjourned. Latek
Wo learn that the coinmitoo has
practically decided upon a site
north of McCook Hour mill, which
will nniko a very satisfactory loca
tion for tho building, convenient
to tho patrons of tho company.
The Tribune believes that it will
bo demonstrated that the Beatrice
plan is a profitable one. It has
tho endorsement of tho most emi
nent dairy men in tho United States.
A fair trial Jtcre will provo all
that has been claimed lor it of
profit and sucoss. McCook Trib
une. The Schools.
IKdlted by County Superintendent,
"Insist on yourself; never im
itate. That which each can do
best none but his maker oan
"Trust men and they will be
true to you; treat them greatly
and they will show themselves
Tho Box Butto county Insti
tute will bo held in Alliance be
ginning Juno 20, and continue
ono week. William Hawley
Smith will bo with us Tuesday
tho 21, and talk to tho teachers in
the forenoon and give ono of his
popular lectures in tho evening.
This lecture will bo worth a weolr
of your time and no one interest
ed in education should fail to bo
Tho school in district No. 12 or
"Star" school, which is being
taught by Miss Frazior had a
"Bird Day" program last Friday.
Tho room was beautifully deco
rated with pictures of birds and
flowers. The children recited
ami sang their little pieces in a
manlier that showed thoir ability
and the careful training of tho
Almost all tho parents in tho vi
cinity were present, which speaks
well of thiir interest in tho
Tho concert given by the
Ilomingford High -School pupils
assisted by our town's ablest
assistors was in every way a
grand success'. Tlio church was
crowded. The High School or
chestra rendered several very
choico selections. The Hag drill
was well performed and proved
that the children are learning to
lovo our Hag. Tho recitations,
tableaus, and .ongb were all well
rendered and appreciated. Tho
choicest part of tho progam was
tho wand drill, rendered by sovon
young ladies. Much credit it duo
tho teachers and Mrs. Kustin,
Mr. Overman and family of
Dunning county have taken
charge of the Beroa section.
Miss Pearl Benedict closed a
very successful term of school in
tho Facomiro district last Kriday .
Miss Susie, Anna and Tom
Hopkins, from the rivur, wore
visiting in this liuighbor-hood
Miss Mary Eborly, who has
been attending school in Alliance
the past year, returned homo
Mr. V. T. Johnson, tho Gener
al Manager Box Butto County
Produce Exchange, returned
home last Saturday and roports
his uttor failure to got to Cuba
with his last car of potatovs on
account of having got stuck in
tho mud at Louisville and Platts
inouth, Neb., where ho made sale
of them, however, at fair figures.
Mr. .Johnson shipped about
thirty car loads and says there i
no question but that he will be
ablo to ship several thouKind
bushel next fall at same prices,
provided the farmers succeed in
raising the largo smooth varieties,
especially the white Mammoth
On Sunday April 2(5t,h from
my place 2 miles east of Heming
ford, one two-year-old lilley,
light hay color, small star in
forehead, weight about SOO lbs.,
barbwire niaikson upper pai-f, of
front of both fore legs. Leave
information at Hi:uau: office.
J. T. Woknom
A Map of United States.
Send me lTic stamps and 1 will
mail you a map of the United
States, three feet four inches wide
and fivo ,feet three inches long.
Painted in six colors. Mounted
on rollers. Shows every state,
county, important town, and rail
road in the United States New
edition, just received, contains ten
handsome half-tony-pictures of
principal buildings of tho Trans
General Passenger Agent, Bur
lington Koute, Omaha, Neb.
MEETING OF liOAIlh OV EQUALIZA
TION. Hemitigford, Neb., May i), 1898.
Tho County Commissioners will
moot as a Hoard of Equalization in
this office on Tuesday, .1 une Mth
1S08 and remain in ossion not
less than three days. Any com
plaints against the 1&!)8 assessment
should bo made at thut time.
F. M. Plii:us, County Clerk.
NOTICE TO HOAl) OVEUSKEllS.
Hemingford Neb., May .), 1898.
You aro hereby notified tho
dlaims for filling old wells should
bo filed in this office in on or be
fore Juno 10th 1S98. Claims filed
after that dato will not be acted on
at tho Juno meeting.
By order of the Board.
Attest: F. M. Phelps. Clerk.
Geo, W. Duncan, Chairman.
COMPLAINTS AGAINST WELL CLAIMS.
Hemingford Nob.,Mny 9, 1S98.
The County Bonrd will meet on
Wednesday, June 22, 1898, to con
sider claims filed for tilling wolls.
Complaints against snid chums
will bo heard on that day.
By order of the Board.
Attest: F. M- Phelps, Clerk.
Geo. W. Duncan, Chairman.
Choico, clean Gorman millot
seed for salu by Clark Olds.
TO CURU A Ol.t) IN ONE DAY '
Tako Ltimtl.o Uromn Quinine T-.iblett. All
DriiKKlstbiefimd tl.t u.ruj if It fuiltot'iiiu.-J,'i
Wildy wants all your potatoes,
butter, eggs mid chickens.
We have a new Singer sowing
machine the boston tho market
for sale cheap. Call and seo it.
Non-resident owners of timber
claims can complete their final
proof by corresponding with T. J.
Bulls For Sale.
1 have S head of thoroughbred
Ilorofoids ono to two yoars old
at my much four miles Southeast
of Box Butte. Will take our old
bulls in exchange. W. E. Hall.
Of latest styles, superior
fabrics, at fabulous LOW
prices are now on sale at
The BIG DOUBLE STORE
Hardware and Saddlery,
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Genuine Round Oak Heating Stoves
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc
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, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
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