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OFFICIAL PAPER OF
COX BUTTE COUNTY
T. J. O'KBUI'H, Publisher.
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.('onimUolnntT '.'nil Dint.
J. E. VQfRTE'R,
ocMtorney - at Lawx
,1llk( In Hi Milicatn lllook.
W. M. 10QEME,
ATTORNEY - -A.T - XjATW,
J'racticr in nil th courts
T0TTLE & TAS1I
Attorneys - at - Law,
DR..O. A. HOLBROOK,
rpH YSICJJM and SUCRGEtiJf,
Residence,. Hull house. Office
First .door north Box Buttu
Bemingford, -:- Nebraska
T. J. O'KEEFE, .
U; S. COMMISSIONER,
DI5TKICT OF NEBRASKA.
All mutters coming before tlio United Suites
Circuit I'bllrt or tlto United Suites Lund Ofllcc
will receive prompt Hfld ctireful attention.
AK(nUf!id toall Uluds of lniltnoss for non
residents; reul estate, irutals, collections, etc.
Correspondence finllclu.il. Ofllces at
KKMINarOHD AUtt CKAWFOKD, NKII.
Salt Lake City,
St.-Louis und all San Francisco,
points east and
TllAI.NS l.EUE AH KOtXOftS.
H. l.' l'mPili;or. dully, OPiLilwooil,
KillliiKN and all i)oiutb north
ami WL-sit 4.2)a.ni
No. IS. brQtolit, daily. Deadwood,
llllllriK" and intcrmoilinte
fto. ,. Fri'lclit, dally. New Castle
and intermediate Htatlonn. S.Up. m.
Ko. 12. I'a8eni;prt dnlly for Lincoln,
Opialia,. (tliicsKU and all
points east ...ll:ir p. m.
No. (!. Freiulit. daily, for Lincoln
aud lntPrmciltatKHlaUoUB. .. f:03 p. m.
Wo. 48. FrelKlit, dailj, for Lincoln,
ahd.intPrmi'dlatept&lfous . 10:i"a.m
All train dally exeppt Nob. 4" and 4S.
4" dally pxrept Sunday.
daily oxcupt Monday,
Hlwpliic. iliniiiK and rwlinlnjr rlialr cars
(t-vntH frw mi throned trains. TirkctH mild
.and luiKKaKiiclieckisl to any point In tlin Uuittxl
HtatfH nr Caimdft,
For information, maim, time tahleH and tick
et call on or vrit to Y. M. CopelAml, Agent,
rJ. FKANC1B, (len'l l'as&onj;erAKPUl,Oinaliii
I have some of the lost seed
corn in the county for sale (white
and yellow) also 250 bushels of
the vory best millot seed for sale
in quantites to suit purchaser.
.Orders left at H. R. Green's will
be filled or write to the under
signed. E, Mabin.
The undersigned will take
cattle or horses to pasture thir
teen imlesiiorthwest of Homing
ord. Ternis reasonable. In
quir at "Wm Cross.
The French conch stallion
QUINAULT mid t)ie Sjiiro stnl
lion, SAXON KIG, will stand
the pro&ent seoson at my place six
mil os west nud two miles north of
Terms: 85 to insuro a mare jn
foal; SG to insure foal to teat. All
maros traded or removed will for
feit nuy insurance S5 will bo duo
at one?. Care taken to prevent
accidents but I will not he respon
sible if any occur.
A. S. Enyeart.
I will buy your county war
rants. H. R. Green.
Alex Muirhoad, C. E. Ball and
Winnie Keano sport new bicycles.
Anthony Morava was dorn
from Mnrsland Tuesday on
Sup't Neeland is spending tho
week at tho Trans-Mississippi
Mr. Marplo camo up from
Lincoln Wednesday and attended
the creamery mooting.
Tho gonial Geo Zimmerman
of Liberty had business at tho
couuty capital Wednesday.
Amos Abley came down from
Edgomont Tuesday night and
spent Wednesday with his par
ents. Mrs. Vincent of Marsland was
a pleasant caller at this oflieo
Tuesday. Mr. Vincent is serv
ing on the jury.
Mrs. J. Shupp of Now Castle,
Wyo., is vi&iting her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Langford of
Mrs, E. W. Alexander intonds
moving to Alliance for tho sum
met. to keep house for her son
Hilt who is working there.
Mrs. Zi miner, mother of Mrs.
C. W. Roberts arrived from Rus-
sol, Iowa, Wednesday morning
and will visit hero sometime.
Every one interested in tho
Fourth of July celebration aro
requested to meot iu the Burlew
building Monday evening at
Mr and Mrs D F Miller of Can
ton were in the city a couple of
days this week. Mrs Miller was
having some dental work done
Anton Uhrig, our gonial hard
ware merchant, is having his
store treated to a fresh coat of
paint. Others should follow Mr.
Mr. L. C. Cutler arrived this
morning and will look after the
work on the creamery. Mr.
Whitaker will return to Lincoln
tonight or tomorrow night.
De Witt Burk camo up from
Omaha Tuesday and will spend a
few days with his parents, Mr.
hud Mrs. Burk. Ho reports
large crowds at tho Exposition.
Rev. Jos. Chunderlach of St.
Paul. Neb., officiated at the
Catholic church last Sunday.
There will bo services again on
Juno 20 fourth Sunday of the
Mrs. A.B. Butzof Janesville,
Mich., is visitinp her brother M.
C. Beaumont. She has been vis
iting other relatives on the Pa
cific coast and is now on her way
Miss Georgia Miller returned
from Lincoln Wednesday morn
ing where she has pursued a
course in music at the Wesley an
University for tho past five
Luke Phillips and G. W.
Sparks have lost some good
calves with black leg. Every
body should vaccinate their cat
tle as it is a sure preventative of
that dreaded disease.
County Clerk Phelps and H.
R. Green rodo to Alliance on
their wheels Sunday, while J. W.
Christy, H. F. Goodenough and
F. W. Rol! made a trip to Box
Butte. All of them had a good
appetite for supper when they
Tho entertainment given by
Prof Lewis and company Tues
day and Wednesday evenings was
quite well attended. Prwf Lewis
demonstrated that he is not slow
nt slight-of-hand work and judg
ing from the amount of laughter
the audience seemed well pleased
with the show.
Delbert A. Libby and Miss
Elm a Nye were married in Hom
ingford last Saturday by Judgo
Hewett. The groom is a r-on of
Ex-County Treasurer Libby and
an upright yonng man. The bride
who is the daughter of Nye
is an accomplished and estimable
lady. They have the congratu
lations of their many friends.
TO CURB A COLD INONR DAY
T&Ue LaxatUu Bromo Qufnlne Tablets. All
DivkkUw lear.d tl.i uti.ey If It lulls toCuie.23
THC CREAMERY ASSURED
Will be Ready for Operation
In Two Weeks.
The Opening Will bo Celebrated
in an Appropriate Manner
by Our Citizens.
Speakers From Abroad Will bo
At tho croamory meeting hold
Wednesday all arrangements
wo.ro completed and work will bo
commenced on tho ' plant next
Monday. It will bo ready for
operation in about two wooIcr.
Tho building will bo orectod on
Wyoming avenue, north of Rev
Brandsor's house Tho following
officers were olectcd: President,
A Sherwood; Secretary, Clark
Olds; Treasurer, ,W K Herncajl
Board of directors: B Halbur, D
A Paul, W F Patterson, Wm
Blackburn, Matt Rassmusson
Tho plant will cost 1,750 and
thero aro about povonty stock
holders An interesting program
has beou prepared for the open
ing and committes were appointed
A full report, will be published
Thomas Hovorka has returned
to his old farm near Lawn and
will make it his future home.
About a year ago Mr. Hovorka
got the idea into his head that
Minnesota was a hotter country
than this" and accordingly dis
posed of his intorests and prop
erty here, sold his herd of fine
cattle and departed for tho land
of "milk and honey" never again
expecting to seo BoxButtq." But
ho retracted all tho "me. n
things" he said about Nebraska
when ho loft and now declares
that it is tho best state in tho
Union. Ho will socuro more
land and engage in stockraisuig
and farming again. His experi
ence of moving cost him close to
$2,000. Mr. Hovorka is a good
citizen and wo aro pleased to
have him with us once more.
W. M. Copeliiuri and It. H.i Grecg
attended Masonic lodge at A31iance
Messrs Sherwood and "Vhittnkcr
had a runaway Monday. They were
thrown out of the buy;gy and Mr. Slier
wood was slightly bruised. The
The buggy is laid up for repairs.
Charles Marine of Marsland made
final proof on his timber claim Wed
nesday. Tie liled on tho laud thir
teen years ago. IJ. F. Noel ami A.
II. McLinighlln were his witnesses.
Those who have recently renewed
and deposited nionicy on subscription,
are: S. It. IJurk, Win Blackburn, Ji
w. Christy, Alliance; August Folder,
Edgar Swcezey, Jos. Ypchout, J. w.
Hiiuuigardncr, Jos. Pliunnsky, Frank
connor, C. E. Allen.
Tho following attorneys attended
court this week. M. A. Hall, Oiu
ali;i, V. II Thompson, Grand Island.
E. F. Iticketts, Lincoln, J. E. Porter:
Messrs Mi ichel, Noleinan, Slmonson,
Rinyser. Berry and Sullivan of Alli
ance. Among the spectators and
witnesses were Geo. Zuni, P. II.
Rensvold, E. I. Gregg, E. S. Marks,
E. A. Hall, Joey' Paradis.
Last month the land office did
the heaviest business on record
sinco the office was established.
The beauty of it was thero were
nearly as many now homestead
entries as there were final proofs,
which demonstrates that the
country is being populated rathor
than depopulated. The office
experienced no difficulty what
ever in handling tho volume of
business, and all work was cleaned
up each day, demonstrating tho
industry and close attention to
business of the officers in charge.
Caud of Thanks.
We dosira to express our sin
cere thanks to all who so kindly
romembcred us during our late
Mrs. F. Nikont and family.
' ' ' "" ! Ml I lll Vl - .. .!.-
Fifty Claims Wanted,
I want to buy improved farms
and prairie land for cash; must
bo cheap. Givo number 'of sec
tion, town and range; also im
proyments in detail. Address
E. A. Bluncic, ;
E. A. Blunck, a land broker, of
Carroll, Iowa, who is connected
with tho B. & M. was in Homing'
ford Saturday with a gentleman
to whom ho sold a farm about
nine miles southwest of town.
Mr. Blunck informed us that ho
will ho hero ovory two weeks and
will locate about forty families
in this county during tho summer,
lie says routers in tho east can
no longer afford to pay tho rents
asked them and thoy are seeking
homes in tho west. Tho gontlo
mau whom ho located horn was
well pleased with Ibis country.
Ho thought our now Creamery
enterprise was a grand thing and
said that throe years ngo there
was one creamery in Carroll
county and now there are twelve
which demonstrates that tho
dairy business is profitable. Ilv
also said that tho enterprise
would be an inducement for"
peoplo to locate in this part of
Latest War News.
Loudon, Juno 10. It Is reported
hero that. Sar.tingo has been captured
by the American flout.
In accordance with a preconceived
plan Sampson blew up the Merriuuic
and advanced into the hiiroor this
morning The bombarding lasted
for three hours.
Santiago and Oerveia at Mio end of
tliut time presumbly surrendered.
No details have reached hcie yet.
but as Sampson silenced all foils at
the mouth of the harbor at his last
bombardment, his entrance into the
harbor should bavoJiot been a dlili- -
Hivana, via London, .nine 10.- The
A me i lean ileot bombarded Santiago
Tho engagement lasted from 8 to 11
this morning. No details yet.
District court convened Tues
day with His Honor Judgo West
over presiding and C . B. Scott re
porting. The case wherein It. M. Hampton
sought, to have tho court to issue a
.writ of tmindamus ordering the
comulis'Hioncrs to call an election,
tbe court overruled tho demurrer o,f
the respondents, and gave thorn until
next tygdncsday to aiiBvyer. x , ,,
", Allio J, Simonson'vs B&x Butler
county appeal; case dismissed.
W.,D. Rumor Vs Box Butto
county; Error; special nppear
auco by 'defendant sustained and
on request of plaintiff in error
aleas summons in orror nrdcrod.
Allio (male) J. Simonson vs
James Barry was a case wherein
Allje sought to have Mr., Barry
removed from office for alleged
misdemeanors. The case was
dismissed, Allie has tho sympa
thy i of all.
Nettie Underwood Morrison
told of tho cruel treatment sho
received from Charlie soon nftor
their marriage at Aspen, Colo.,
and Atty Noleman.with a faco as
long as ho is broad, read an affida
vit corroborating Nettie's testi
mony. Thero was no defense
and a divorce was granted.
The case wherein It. C. Noleinan
appealed from the allowance of the
claims of Commissioners HolIinntKc
and Barry, the court held that tho
claim of Hollinrake was not excessive,
and. should be allowed. Further
more Mr. Hollinrake was untitled to
one more day than ho charged for.
Mr. Scarry nuu'o a mistake of SU in
footing when he filed his claim. Ho
discovered his mistake tho dtiy he
tiled tlits claim and wanted to correct
It, wlVlch be was not permitted to do.
Tho court ordered him to refund tho
In case of tho State vs George
Clark, defendant plead guilty
and was sentenced to one day's
imprisonment in tho county jail
and, pay cost of prosecution.
Whon pronouncing tho sontenco
the Judge informed tho prisoner
that ho could just as well givo
him 'Sixty days and that was
probably what he ought to have
but lie thought it would inflict
more injury on tho county than
Clark told tho court that he
didn't have a dollar but he
"would send the money just as
soon' as ho got it, suro" He is
tho fellow who was going to "do
up" Nato Hart with a butcher
iJiMjiuinUi.qritTuTiU mt iiI.riiijHriluHi 'U-iJ
ling tlic Stomachs nmlBowcis of
(trtA'J Jupv .
Ancrfccf Ttcmcdy forConslIpa
lion, Sour Slonuch.Diarrhoca,
Worms .Convulsions , feverish
ttcss and Loss OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of
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Of latest stales, superior
fabrics, at fabulous LOW
prices are now on sale at '
The BIG DOUBLE STORE
HM Come and see llll '
atsybruvcE C. J. WILDY.
Hardware and Saddlery.
Tub ui.dkst Kstaulisumisnt in this County
Charter Oak Cook Stoves,
Genuine Round Oak Heating Stoves
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.
Special Agent for BAKER PERFECTlBarb
Wire the Best on Earth
HEMINGFORD HILLING CO.,
. Manufacturers of .
1 Flour, Graham,
COAL, HLCTIMIIBEilEe, 2LI3EE3
Paper, Sash and Doors.
fllLLER & WILDY.
For Infante and Children,
The Kind You Have
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Meal and Feed
in All Kinds of
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