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About Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190? | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1898)
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
OX BUTTE COUNTY
T. J. O ' K U B I' 12 . Publisher.
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IV. M. WpEMfiE,
ATTORNEY - AJV - Xj.'W,
jl'ractlccti in all tlio ecu-its
TUTTLE fr TSH
Attorneys - at - Law,
DR. .(3. A. HOLBROQ.K,
QH YSICIAJ1 and SUttGEOJI,
JiosidotU'e. Hull house. Qljico
First, door nortli Box Ihittu
Hemingford, -:- Nebraska
T. J. O'KEEFE,
tfcj. $. 0.lMJSSIGNER,
DISTRICT OF NUURASKA.
All matters coininu before the United Status
.circuit Court or lh United mute. Laud Oflleo
will receive prompt and careful attention.
Also attend toall kinds of business for non
residents; real estate, rentals, collection., etc.
Correspondence solicited. Oftlcosnt
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Salt Lakh City,
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points oust midland ull points
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J"u. 41. l'ttwuuer, daily, I)iduood.
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Ulllim-H and interinediatu
htatiiiiiK t).2tp. m.
Ix'o. 47. l-'reiulit, dally. New Cantlo
and inteiiiuslialo Htallons.. 2.53p,ra.
IJo. 42. PaHMcnuer.ilfiily.for Iilijrnlu,
Unialia, ( ldcai;o and 11
(KiinlK ,sHt... 11:15 p.m.
tn. 10. Pn-iKlit. daily, fur Lincoln
and iutcrinisitatoKtatioiiK. .. S.Q8 p. in.
Jlo. 48. l'Velclit, dally, for Lincoln,
and int'rimsliatHtalionn 10:2jft. m
All trnins daily except Num. 47 and H.
ij dally except Sunday.
4i daily except Monday.
Weeping. diuiiiK and reolinjinr clialr earn
natn fnsij un tliniuli traiim. Tickets w.ld
and ImKKaKeciiecketl toauy point In tlio UniUsl
'HUlfM or Canada,
I'nr information, n)alR, time tlile and tick
rtH call mi nr urit (o V. M.Cmw'laiid, AKeut,
prj. KltANUlH, (iett'l I'aHuent-erAuent.Uinaliu
I have some of tbe bast seed
porn iatltu counly for sale (white
ind ylloy) also 2iQ bush els of
tbo very best mjllot sued for .sale
Jn quantitos to suit purchaser.
Ordors left at H, P. Green's will
bo filled or write to the under
signed. E, Mabin,
Tbo undersigned will take
pattlcor horses to pasture thir
teen miles northwest of Heining
prd. Terms reasonable. In.
fpiir at AVm Ci.qsh.
Tho l-Vt'iifli coach stallion
WU1NAULT mid tlio $Iiire stal
lion, SAXON KING, will stand
the proent sooson at my place six
inilcs vest and two miles north of
Terms: $5 to Insure a niaro in
f(al; SG to insure foal to teat. All
mures traded or romoved will for
feit any inuranee S! will bo duo
at one. Care taken to prevent
accidents but 1 will not ho respoiw
sihlo if any occur,
A. S. J3NYEAIIT.
I viil buy your county war
yants. JI. 11. Green.
"W. J. Beau is ropapering bis
Dr. Miller was in town a couple
of days this week.
Tho county commissioners are
in session as a board of equaliz
ation. Rev. Bowdish spent a couple
of days in Hemingford this week.
Mr. J. A. Heist was np from
Alliance Tuesday and made this
oflico a call.
Tho ladies will serve ice cream
Monday, Juno 127 opening of
Sup't Pholan, J. C Birdsall,
and L. II. Muslim Were up from
Alliance Tuesday attending court.
Miss Mary ami Master Michael
Elmore are spending a couple of
weeks .with Uieiriimt Mrs. John
Mrs. McFaddeji eanio down
from Custoi S. D. Saturday
night and is visiting her daugh
Jlov. Hazultou and family camo
up from Lakeside yesterday and
will visit friends for a couple of
Clark Olds has the contract
for building the creamery. 'Work
on tho building is progressing
E. S. Wildy returned from
Illinois this morning. Ho spent
a few days at tho Exposition on
The jadjes of tho Methodist
Missionary society will servo
dinner at .the homo of Mrs. Kern
Mrs. .Ford and children of
Lawn dcjinrtpd Tuesday for Ri
pen, Wis., where they will yj&it
relatives for alQut six weeks.
Dr. Holbrook's horse ran away
yesterday. The doctor as well
as the buggy looks somewhat
worse on account of tho accident.
Judge Hamer of Kearney and
Hon. M. A. Hall of Omaha were
here Wednesday. They are
counsel for tho Hemingford
people in tho county seat case.
Mike Elmore is expected here
daily with his grading outfit to
widen tho road-bed of the B. $ M..
oast of the section hose and also
tho cuts east of town. Crawford
Sheriff Swenoy took Mrs. Jas.
Driscojl to tho Norfolk asylum
last Saturday. He was accompa
nied byjiis daughter Miss Jessie.
They spent Monday at tho Ex
Among tho Alliancoites who
attended court Wednesday wore
Thos. Beck, Editor Broome, E
S. McWhinnev. W. D. Rumer.
D. W. Butler. O. E. Burke and
R. McLeod spent Wednes
day in Hemingford shaking
hands with old friends. Mac is
now travelling for a drug house.
His family resides at Belle
Fouiche, 6. D.
C. Klem ke of Lawn precinct
transacted business in Heming
ford Tuesday. Mr. Klein ke
thinks the creamery is just what
we need and says it will bo a
good thing for the town. Ho re
ports a hail storm in bis neigh
borhood and his ryo was cut down.
Clyt-o Badgely, a 10-year-old
boy of Alliance was brought bo
fore Judge Hewett Thursday on
complaint of D. Eberly who
alleged that the boy had stolen
$20 dollars from him. Tho case
did not come to trial as the boy's
father paid tho costs and settled
Tho writor.in oompnny with W.
M, Copoland, (our gonial, affable
and scientific station agont), Mrs.
Conoland aiul Mrs. McFadden,
last Sunday afternoon drove out
to Mr. W. J. Britton's place nine
miles northeast of town where
Mr. Copoland has a herd of fine
cattle which ho is holding until
ho gets ready to uiovo to tho
ranch. Wo believe that Mao
would make a good ranchman If
ho would leave tho jackrabbits
and prairie dogs alone. It
is unnecessary to say that the
drive was a pleasant one.
4tli of July
Hemingford will colobrato tho
Fourth of July in an appropri
ate manner. The program will
bo in charge of tho Ladies of tho
Progressive club but they have
invited the gentlemen io assist
them and with tbo combined for
ces no doubt the day will be ob
served in tho most becoming
manner of any celebration over
held in tho county.
At tho meeting Monday even
ing Mr. A. M.Miller was elected
President and I. E. Tash chair
man. A program was prepared
and tho following committees
On Salute: Frank Shimek,
Harry Pierce, Jos. Herncall.
On Parade: E. P. Sweeney, I.
Music: R. II. Blanchard. D. K.
Parade-; A. M. Miller, A. Slier
wood, Clark Olds, W. K. Hern
call, Harry Pierce.
Speakers-: Ladies progressive
Reading of Declaration of In
dependence; Lyndon Pierce.
Indian Parade: W. J. Bean,
Geo. Pinkorton, Mrs. Sweeney.
Bicycle Race: II. R. Croon, T.
Target Shooting. W. M. Io
deuce, S. P. Tuttle.B.F. Oilman.
Egg and Sack Races: A. Uhrig,
Frank Shimek, A. M. Miller.
Fireworks; W. J. Boan, Geo.
Pinkerton, Frank Olds, C. J.
Finance: C J Wildy. J T Pink
orton, Mrs. Iodence, Mrs. Bean.
Advertisings O'Kcefe, Blanch
ard. Ice Cream; Mcsdamss Sher
wood, Olds, Holbrook.
Awnings; J C Parkin, John
Shade Trees; F Book, Cope
land and Blanchard.
The ladies will make a flag,
size 5x10 feet -which they will
present to town or precinct bring
the largest delegation.
Judges to decide which town
brings the largest delogation:
Rovs.Wunderlich, Kern, Garness
Everybody come and help cel
ebrate the day wo all so doarly
The following cu.ses wero dis
posed of sinco our last issue.
Tho "saddle" case was acaso
wherein Andrew Oleson replev
ined a saddle from Grant Hal
stead. Oleson claimed that the
saddle had been stolen from his
barn and that it was found in Hal
stead's possession. Tho question
in the case was the identity of the
saddle. Tho jury found that it
belonged to Oleson. The saddlo
was valued at 25 and tho costs
are? 1 50.
Hough vs Donton was a case
wherein Joo Hough took up a cow
belonging to J. B. Denton which
ho claimed had been on his potato
patch and done damage. The jury
did not agreo with Joe and ho will
have to pay the costs which are
In the case of the Kara Cattle
Co., vs Duhon, the plaintiff main
tained that tho case had been ad
judicated by Judge Kinkaid at
tho last term of court and tho
Judgo held it for further investi
gation. In the county sont caso the court
ordered tho commissioners to moot
on July lth and call tho election.
In the mean time application will
ho niado to the supreme court for
supersedeas bond and stay of pro
ceedings until the matter is hoard
there. Court adjourned Monday
II. F. Fillmore departed yester
day for Sioux Rapids. Iowa,
whore ho will reside in tho
future. Mrs. Fillmore and
tho children loft Tuesday
night. Mr. and Mrs. Fill
more have resided in this county
for the past ton years and they
havo many friends who regret
Miss Agnes Esaucy entertain
ed sovernl friends at a tea party
Miss Nollio Goodenough enter
tained a fow friends Wednesday
evening in honor of Miss Loulu
Blair who is her gueBt. A pleas
ant evening was spent.
A number of Miss Bertha
Kern's young friends gave her
a birthday surprise party Mo
day evening, She was tho re
ceipient of several beautiful
presents. There wero about
.twenty persons present.
Gauntananio Bay, Juno 15(v;a
Kingston, Jamaica, June, 10)-
Tho dnfonses of Caimanera havo
been demolished by tho Texas,
Marblehead arid Suwaneo.
Camp MoCalla Guuntanamo
Bay, Wednesday, Juno 15, !J:15
j). m. (via Kingston, Jamacia),
Thuisday, Juno 1G, 8 a. in. The
brick fort and earthworks at
Caimanera nt th ond of tho rail
road loading to tho city ofOaunta
iiiiino, wero domoli-Jiod todajy by
tho .bonibimltno.ut, .f the Texas,
Mnr.blcherul and Snwanee. Tho
warships opened fire at 2 p. in.,
and tho bombardment lasted one
hour and thirty minutes.
Tho Texas steamed slowly up
the channel leading to tho forti
fications, followed closely by the
Marblehead. Tho Texas fired two
shots as range finders, lioth falling
short and to tho right. Tho
Murblolmud stood off to tho west
sido of (ho channel and opened
with lior fivo-inch guns on tho
fort, knocking down part of tho
The Texas then threw in some
twelve inch shells, tearing dowji
tho wall of tiio fort uud throwing
tho bricks and mortar thirty feet
in tho air.
After badly damaging tho fort,
tho Marblehead stood further in to
shell tho earthworks and barracks
at tho west of the harbor.
Sho knocked them into the air
annwhon tho Spaniards flud from
tho fortthoy were shelled by the
St. Paul and driven into the bushes
Tho Spaniards fired only fivi shots,
which did no damage. After tho
ships stood out into tho harbor,
tho Spanish in tho hushes opened
firo on tho Marblehead's launch,
which replied vigorously. The
Suwaneo then turned back and
shelled tho bushes, driving tbo
There will bo services at the
Catholic church Sunday Juno 2G.
Low rates, East, West and South.
Dunrcrnnd return, June IB, 17. 18,
Oiniilui und return, Junu 10, 20, KJ, 3, CO. 27. V9
San Krancisco and roturu Juno 28 and 20,
Hot BpriuB. mid return, Jur.oliO atidJulv 5.
Portland, Ore. ami return, Junc'iO and July 1,
Nnuhvllle, Teun. and return. July 1, 2, :i,
Salt Lake City and return, July 3,
Yiinilni'toii, I). C and return, July. 3. 4, S,
lluflaloaud return, July 11,12,
Ask tho local ticket agent for
J. Francis, General Passenger
Agunt, Omaha, Nob.
de.sCi iptivo of Yollowotono Nation
al Park and the summer resorts
of Colorado and containing, be
sides maps and illustrations, a
great deal of information of inter
est to .sight-soors and tourists can
bo had by addressing J. Francis,
General Passongor Agent, Bur
lington Route, OinvJia, Nob.
Write to J. Francis, General
Passenger Agent, Burlington
Routo, Omaha, for handsome 32
page phainplot descriptive of tho
Trans-Mississippi Expos it ion.
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