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OFFICIAL PAPER OF
BOX BUTTE COUNTY
""'" T. J. OMCSCPIi. Publisher.
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y. E. PORTE
ocAttorney - at Lawx
Oilioo in Syndicate Itlocl;.
W. M, 10QEMCE,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW(
1'rarticcrt in nil tlio -oiirts
TUTTLE & TASK
Attorneys - at Law,
1)11. 0. A. HOLI3K00K,
1H1 Y SI CI AX and SWRGEOJI,
Ivcsidcneo, Hall house. Ollicq
First door norlli Box Butte
T. J. O'KEEFE,
U. S. COMMISSIONER,
UI51 RICT OP NHURASKA.
All uinltcrM'oinliiH lieforw tlip rnlti'd Stales
C'IumiH Coin tor tlio Unllcil Suites I.und onicc
Mill iccclu pi Din it mill niroful attention.
ANn intend to nil kinds of business for non
iWili'Ms itulestnUi. runtuls. collodions, etc.
"oin.'siowleni,e solicited. OWcesiit
r.KMINOrOKI) AMiCHAWTOltn. NK1I.
I Time Table
St. Louis and till
points east and
Salt Laki: City,
and all points
TllXINH l.EWE AS l'"OM.OH.
N. II. l'.iniu,r, dally. Df.-ulwooil,
liilluiKK nml nil points noi Hi
nml wt-t 1.21 a. m
No. IS. I ndttlit, dally, DiwIwikmI,
llllliliKH and iiitiTiui'dluto
MittioiiH 8.2S p. in.
No. 47. Pm-IkIiI, dullyNew Cat-llo
and iiitcinicduito xlatioiiH 2.55 p. in.
Ho. CI. l'ast.oiitrr, dnily.fur Lincoln,
Umulia, ( IiU'.'iku and alt
IxilntHt'UNt "...11:15 i. m.
No, in. l'"riiht. dail. for Iiinrolu
and iiiti'rinoltaUihtatioiiH . 5.03 p. in.
tin. 18. l''n'iulit, daily, for Lincoln,
and iiitrriiicliat ftalionn. lO.'il a. m
All train daily nxcent Noa. 41 au.l l
4" ilaily pkoujiI Sunday.
4bdail) except Monday,
Sli'i'idm:. ijliilm: and rcclinlin; chair rars
KnlH fiii'l nn tliiiiimli trailiN. TickctH Hold
and IwifKMKKL'lit'ckrd toanj point in tlm United
tilaU'H or Cannda.
Kor inroriiiation. iiiipN, tinio talilfs and tinlc-
t call on or rile to W. M. ( opi'land. Audit,
or. KltAM'IS, (it'li'l 1'anM'iiBPr Ai;ciit,Onialiii
Tlio uiidoPhiynod will take
cattle or liovst's to pasture thir
teen inilos northwest of Heniing
ord. Tonus reasonable. In
qnir at Win Cross.
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
The FruiU'h coai-h hlallion
QUJNAULTimcl tho Sliiro stal
lion, SAXON KING, will .stand
the piu-uiit seoson nt my place six
inilus west and two. milos north of
Tonus: is" to iiistiro a innro in
on I; so' to insure foal to teat. All
ituros trndwl or romovod will for
Tiiit Miy i n " rar.ee So will be duo
nTor.. fJtLHiltjiff to prevent
jicculeiits but I will wi)t"iwi7'Apo'n.
sible if any occur.
A. S. EXYKAltT.
Nou-rosideiit owners of timber
claims can complete thoir tSiml
jiroofs without coming to tlio
county by corri'ponding with
Bwrs the s H KmkI You Haw Always BtwgU
lvoadnmsler Mclntvro is in
Another separator was put in
tho cronmory this week.
C.J. Wildy hasn 5c counter
established in his store.
Attorney Iodonco nttonded
court at Cbadron Tuesday,
Miss A lid a Bowers was an
Alliance visitor "Wednesday.
The publisher spent a couple
of days this week at Omaha.
B. F. Oilman moved bis family
to Alliance Monday whore they
will make their future home.
Miss Bertha Kern went to Alli
ance Saturday whero sho will
visit for tho next two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Sweenoy went,
to Lakeside yesterday to attend
tho Iligjriiis-BiiLfgs wedding.
J. P. Hazard returned last
week f i'om Omaha whero ho" has
been taking in tho Exposition.
A marriage liconse was issued
this week to Win Kline and Mi.-.s
Emma Eckinan both of this
Ed Lunsberg of Bercsford
Soutn Dakato was here Wednes
day looking after bis rcalostato
Howard Pinkorlon resigned
his position of hotel clerk at
llyannis and returned to IIeming-t
ford last week.
Hon. W. L. Greene was re
nominaud by acclamation for
congress at the Broken Bow con
J. C. Parkin moved his family
out on the Pierce farm this
week. This is one of tho best
farms on the Niobrara.
Clark Olds, E. C. Sheldon and
G. M. Sullivan nttonded the? Pop
ulist convention at Broken Bow
yesterday, as delegates.
Miss Jessie Sweeney went to
Lakeside last Friday and visited
at the Higgins home until today.
Sho was bridesmaid tit the mar
riage of Miss Higgins.
II. Bee ton is moving bis family
into the Iodonco house this weok.
Mr. lodeuce will take possession
of his new residence which he
has had ropnpeied and painted.
Mr. and Mrs J. F. Neeland
left Sunday night for Caxada
whore they will spend tho sum
mer visiting friends and relatives.
They will take in the Exposition
on their way.
Miss Marguerite Higgins and
Mr. D II. Briggs wore married
last evening nt tho homo of the
bride's parents in Lakeside.
Both are well and favorably
known and have a host of friends
who wish them a happy and
prospGious voyago through life.
Sup'c Neeland will leave for
Springviow, Key a Paha county
Saturday, where she will be an
instructor in the Institute. Mr.
Fred Neeland came up from Lin
coln last week and will conduct
the teachers' regular examination
next Saturday during the absence
of the Sup't.
Mrs. Fred Abley of Nonpareil
gave a dinner Wednesday in hon
or of her noice, Mrs. Morley of
Chicago. Those present were
Misses Belle Martin, Delia Heed,
Rosa Parkin. Anna Ward, Mrs.
Pvustin, and Mrs. Kidwell. Mrs.
Abley is an excellent hostess and
the day was enjoyed by all.
Tho Thompson brothers, aged
10 and 2-1 years, who resided
on a ranch near Lakeside were
drownod Wednesday whilo at
tempting to cross Whito river,
noar Cbadron. Tho st 'earn was
swollen, tho result of a Avator
spout. Tho older brother was
married a month ago to Miss
Jjiilu Kendall, sister of Kov.
An interesting talk was given
i(i Miss l)royn, Sunday evening
lit the M. E. ahn fQit, tfip Inter
est of tho Mothodist huspiiid at
Omaha. Tho building now used
is too small to accommodato all
patients, and an effort is being
i inado to oroct u 50,001) building
to contain one hundred and fifty
beds. Fifty dollars was sub
scribed in Hemingford for this
Latest War News.
New York, July Id. Tho fed
eral censor in New York, Mr.
Grim I Squires, stated at !l:lT p.
m. fodny that oflieiiU announce
ment might bo made that the
..tirrender of Santiago had been
verified, and at exactly 51 o'clock
this afternoon;, the1 city was
forinaUv turned bvor to us.
The following telegram from
Washington was received at noon
July 15. Americans took pos
session or Santiago at daybreak.
Spanish stacked arms and moved
to east end of city. All of tho
forts, lls gun boats, two cruis
ers and 15,1)00 stand of small
arms were surrendered. Ameri
can gunners aro occupying Moro
castle and all other Spanish forts.
The board of county commiss
ioners will convene next Mon
day for tho purposo of callinir
a special election to submit tho
question of tho ro-location of tho
county beat. As there seems to
bo a few people in Alliance who
cannot rest until an election is
called, wo presume it may just,
as well be called now as
at any other time and
tho matter will then bo set
tled for livo years. When it
coinos to voting, the farmers and
tax-payers will not allow them
selves to be bulldozed by the
Alliance schomurs who aro work
ing tho deal for their own per
sonal interests. Doubtle.-s tho
schemers will resort to anything
to secure voles but the farmers
and tax-payers will moot them
at every turn.
Hay making is here and tho
ciy is "Who can I get to help
G. II. Clayton and family re
turned homo from thoir visit in
Duwes county Saturday.
Arthur Bass whilo in Alliance a
fow days ago swtiped horses and
is well pleased with his trade.
Miss Pearl Broshar ennio down
from her homo Sunday to tako
charge of her school on Snake.
Mr. Ennnett Johnson of Sioux
county "v 111 till Rev. Kern's ne.xi
appointment at Canton, July 24th.
Mr. Ed Swoezey, our energetic
assessor, called nt our sanctum
Saturday evening and expounded
to us on the topics of the day.
LaBt Sunday evening while tho
storm was raging tho resilience of
D. F. Miller wns struck by light
ning, set on lire and a pig wns
killed twenty yards away.
Mr. Louis Hood, who has been
managing G. W. Nation's sheop
ranch on Snako Creek for tho past
two months, drove a nail in knee
and returned home on Saturday
A fow days ago whilo drawing
water Mike Sedlogic, a boy of 10
or 12 years, hud the misfortujin
to fall in a well 180 feet deep.
His mother finding him hitched n
horse to tho ropo and drew him
Seo tho 5c surprise pargains at
Lost on July fourth, a gold
watch. The case is some worn
and has the letters M. li. on
gr.ivon on out side. Tho finder
will bo suitably rewarded by
leaving it at my homo or at tlio
Mus. R. II. BuvNCHAitn.
A LIBERAL OFFER.
Every farmer and dairyman
should read tho Upto-Dato
Farmer. It is tho best Irani and
dairy paper we bavo seen. The
subscription price is fifty cents a
year. Wo will send tho paper
free ono year to now subscribors
to TiihIIkkaldwIio pay a year's
subscription and wo will also
solid the paper free to all who re
new their subscription to The
IIekau) within thirty days.
Subscribe at onco so that you will
receive tho next issue of tho Upto-Dato
Farmer which will con
tain a yvrito up of the Hemingford
creamery and Box Butte county.
All trimmed hats must go at
reduced prices. Anyone in need
of n hat would do well to come
and seo us. First come, first
choice. .', Miss L. Adams.
Bids will be received on or be
fore July 2, 18i)H, for bujlding u
soVl school house in district No 41.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at county superintendent's
ofliue. The Board reserves the
right to reject any ami all bidn.
Taken up on May 12, 18(.)S, at
my place on Section 21, Tp 27,
1. 51, one yearling niaio colt,
brown color, with both hind fool
white, star in foroliead, no brands.
One red Polangus bull, four
years old. U is a thoroughbred
and 'a fine animal; has never run
ina herd, lit! can 1)3 seen at
James llollinrake's place, 8 miles
north of Hemingford.
J. W. PiEUCU.
1 want to buy improved farms
and prairie land for cash; must
be cheap. Give number of sec
tion, town and range; also im
provments in detail. Address
E. A. Bluncic,'
Notlco U liorcliv i;li;n that by Urtun of u
Clint Hi! inorlfcWKf d.ili'd on tlio VHtb tiny of Jan
uary lhVM, mid dnlv lilrd lit tlio nfllco of tlio
county olorlt of llox Uvitto county, Nebraska,
on llic'JUh iluv of .Ittiu.iry 1WW, and oxocutud
by Ui-oreu H. Carter to Annlo K. Trout to su
curu tlio paymunt of tint sum of .Oll and Inter
est at ton per cont from date and upon ulilch
there Is now duo llinsum of UiM and Interest
from date. Default IiuvIiik been madu In tbu
payment of HaidHumiind no suit or otberpro
ccedltiKK lit law bavliiK been Itml Itutcil to recov
er said dobt, or nn v part tlioreof, I w III nol tlio
property tboroln dehcrlbed, viz:
Olio dark bay muni, iilno jours old, brnmlcd
:tv on rli;lit blp, two will to bind foot, uclcht
lir.ltpoumlN, at public auction lit tlio west front
door of tlio court Imuso, In Ilemlnit.'oril. llox
Hutto county, NtbraMia. on tlio alictli day of
AuKiist IMMpt oiin o'clock p m.
Dated this mil ilav of July, IW.
ANNIP. H. TKOUT, Mortsnu'CO.
Ity K. I. SWUKNUV,
fp 7-lr, Slierlrt of llox Ilutto Comity, Nb.
desci iptivc of Yellowstone 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-seers and tourists can
bo had by addressing J. Francis,
General Passenger Agent, Bur
lington Routet Omvihn, Nob.
"Write to J. Francis, General
Passenger Agent, Burlington
Ron to, Omaha, for handsome 32
page phiimplet descriptive of the
Trans-Mississippi E x p o s i t i o n-.
FREE. ' '
OLD PAPERS forsalo at this
office. 5c a dozen.
Low rates, East, West and South.
Denver and return, Juno HI. 17.,1H,
Oinuliii and lotuin, Juno l, ),2"J, i.1, SB, 27, 25)
San Francisco and loturu Juno 2S and "-.'.
Hot Spring, and luturn, Jur.o::ii and Julv A,
I'oitlaud. Ore, ami return, J unc::u and July 1.
NhhIhIIIc, Tcnn. and return. July 1, 2, 'J,
Salt I.ako City and return. July II,
YntdiliiKtoii, I). (' and loturu, July. .'1. 4, S,
llumiloand return, July 11.12,
A.-k tho local ticket ngent for
J. Francis, General Pn.-senger
Agent, Omaha, Neb.
Lumber, Coal and Lime!
Just received n car of select
eastern himbor for tanks. Also
all kinds of hard wood, cedar
hinglos, lath, lime, and all l. inds
Ready made tanks, or will niako
tanks to order. Prices to compote
with anyone tho Northwest. Come
and seo us before buying else
where. Tanks and tank lumber
llKMIXai'OKD LUMUEll Co.
O J$u SB T O St 2C j&. .
Bears tbe O k Kind Yoti Haw Always BkjM
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You K&ve Always Bought
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR ItlOHT TO
THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA," AND
"PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADEMARK.
, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of llyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "CASTORIA," the same thai
has borne and docs now bear f on every
the fac-simile signature ofOSzr wrapper.
This is the original "CASTORIA" which has been used in
tho homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years.
LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the kind you have always bought yV on the
and has the signature of Ca&yfM&M wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name except
The Centaur Company, of which Chqs. 11 Fletcher is President.
Do Not Be Deceived.
Do not cnd.an.gcr the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist niay offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even he docs not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought M
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed Toil
'HI CCNTAUIt COMPANY, TT MUHHr OTnECT, NKM YOBK CITY.
4m Spring Goods
Of latest styles, superior
fabrics, at fabulous LOW
prices are now on sale at
The BIG DOUBLE STORE
UlIK Ul.DKVT IVVrAIIMiIIMKNT IN TUB Col NTY
Charter Oak Cook Stoves,
- Genuin e Round Oak Heating Stovs
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.
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Wire tlie Best on Earth
-- "Manufacturers of-
COAL, HLCrnisEBIEIEe, ILZ3EE3
Paper, Sash and Doors.
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