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About Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190? | View Entire Issue (July 22, 1898)
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
BOX BUTTE COUNTY
T. J. O K R H r H . Publisher.
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J. E. (POKTE'R, f
-ocAttomey - at - Law
Ollioo in SjnJicati'.UIooU.
W. M. WrDEJNCEf
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Ileminirford, ...... Nb.
TUTTL?3 & TAS1I
Attorneys ,-s at - Law,
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(P:l YSICIJJ'J and SU'RGEOJJ,
Residence. Hull house. Olliee
First l'oor north Box: Butte
.Hemingford, -:- Nebraska
T. J. O'KEEFE,
U. S. COMMISSIONER,
DISTRICT OP NEBRASKA.
All mutters jcoailtiK bsforu the ITnltml StnU-s
Circuit Comt oi-tint United St-siles I.und ODIcu
will rccctvu jitniiipLitiul (.'areful intention.
' AlWntluml to till UlnCsof business lor non
residcntu; rcaIcst:ito.'rentiih. fcolleciions, ott.
Currcspoudonrd .VillclKM. Offices Ut'
HKMlN(il'OKl) ANI CUAWI-'OUn. NKI1.
Salt Laki; dry,
St. Louis and alllSAiJ'FttANcisco,
'points oast and'and :tll ioihts
TllMNrt Lkmc ak 1'oi.i.owk,
No, 41. l'ahs'iiPr, il.iily. Deojuooil.
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Mid hoi '
No. IS. Kioltrlit. dully. Dtiulwotnl,
HilllrigH r.nd Ijiti-rinwllale
Maliunn .' .
No. 47. rrrlclit. iblly. NVw CitHtln
mid iiili'rnn'dmtn Htntioiift .
.1.2) ft. m
H.2X p. m.
2.H5 p. m.
JIo. 42. I'awinji'r. daily, for liinciilu,
Omnlin. Chicago and all
wi'mlmist .11:15 p.m.
Nn. 40. l'VeiKlit. daily, for Lincoln
. mid iiiti-riiiisltatHHtiitiiiUK. ..fi.Ojp. in.
Ho. 48. l''ri'Wn, daih", for Lincoln,
und ii.tt'rini'tli.il)' Kliilioiis : 10:25 n. in
All trnino daily I'xt'opt N'ux. 47 mid Is.
47 dally t'Xri'pt Sunday.
it, daily oxcept Monday,
MlivpiiiK. tllniiiu and rorlinjllK rliair r,r
IhtatH frri'l mi throimli tr.iinK. 'ieketK noIiI
and lutKKHCiti'lireUtol to any point in llio Unllitl
ihtalPH or Ciinada.
l'or liifiirinittiiiu. ninPH, tlmntftlilos and tiulc
rtf rail on or vritt tit V. M. (!oplaud, 'AkoiiI.
ir.1.'l''IIANC'lt,icu'l J'uHffiignr Aeut.Oiiialui
The undorsiynud will tako
cattle or horses 'to pasture thir
teen miles northwest of Heininjr
' ord. Tonus reasonable. Iu
quir at "Win Cross.
o jol. q w q aa ac j. .
Bom tto fr I19 Kind You Haw Alwars Bought
The French coach stallion
QUINADLT and the Shiro stal
lion, SAXON KING, will' btiincl
the pro.-ent ecoson at fjiy )lace six
miles west mid two miles north o
Terms: S5 to insure a niaro in
foal; SG to insiire foal fo teat. All
marcs traded or removed vll for
feit r.ny inMirhncn S.ri will be duo
tit oiicj. Care taken to prevent
accidents but I will not bo respon
sible if any occur.
A. S. Enieaut.
Non-resitleiit qwnors o timber
claims can complete their Anal
proofs without coming to the
county by corresponding with
O J. & W O 3R. 3C 3L .
jwa tbo A The Kind You Hate Always Bought
The county scat election will
be held on October 1 1.
Sup't. Zobol of the poor farm
had business at the court house
A marriage license was issued
yesterday to 'Huns V. Larson
and Muud I. Jesse.
DoputyJiovenuu Collector, W.
B. Easthain of Hrokun J3ow was
in the city Tuesday.
Marshal Sheldon came up
from Hecla today to spend a
couple of days with his parents.
Albert O. .Swift, postouieo in
spector, was in Hemingford
Tuesday, Ho had business at
The Sunday school picnic at
Cross' grove on the river Wednes
day was well attended and a
pleasant, times is reported.
Attorney Nolenmu was up
from Alliance Monday to see
what the county couunissU)iiei;s
would do about calling the ejec
tion. The quarterly mooting of the
M. E. cliurch will bo held next
Sutuiday and Sunday. Presid
ing Elder Schamahorn will be
Ji. C. Fonnor of Dunlap was
in the city Tuesday. His daugh
ter Hiss Alma is recovering from
the effects of the accident she
met with sometime ago which
her many friends here are pleas
Messrs Marplo and Cutler,
representatives of of the Beatrice
Creamery Co.. arrived Monday.
They "are well pleased with the
workings of the plant here. Mr.
Marple returned to Lincoln Mon
Mr. and Mrs. "W. M Copeland
left for Omaha Tuesday night
for a week's stay al(thu Exposi
tion after which they will spend
i i v :
a few days with relatives at Blue
Springs. Gerald liegan of
Crawford is acting agent during
Mr. Copeland's absence.
Mrs, A. D. McCandlessof AVy
niore, Neb., .and Miss Grace
Wheeler, of Aledo, 111., arrived
Thursday morning for a visit
with relatives. Mrs. McCundlcss
expects to return home in a
couple of days while Miss Wheel
er will remain several .jveoks.
Why not have a creamery in
Goring? Other towns no .larger
than this have thorn and they are
operated successfully, purely
a creamery can bo run as cheap
,hore as id Henpngford, and there
are certainly cows enough to
supply it with the milk needed.
Rev. E. S. Muonich will offici
ate at the Catholic church next
Sunday for the last time, having
been called to another charge in
the east. Father Muonich has
labored faithfully during the
past two years among his vari
ous charge ,in this part of the
state and it vyill bo difrlfcult to
find a ptiest who can fill his
place. He is held in the highest
esteem by all his parishoncrs
who deeply regret his leaving.
Miss, Otilla Nikont and Mr.
Joseph Moeller were united in
marriage on Wednpsday, .Inly
L'O, 1898, in the Catholic church
at Lawn, Ilev. Father Muonich
ot)iciating. The qontracting
parties haye residqd in the county
for several years and are well
and favorably known. The
marriage was largely attended
aftor which all repaired to the
homo of the bride wljero an
elaborate dinner was sqrved.
The Herald joins with their
many friends in' cxtonding con
gratulations. Prof. W. C. Philips, of tlit
Chadron Academy faculty, came
down from Harrison Monday
night where ho had been engaged
as an instructor in the normal
school, conducted by the county
superintendent. TJio 'professor
also, distinguished himself by an
oration which- ho delivered on
the "ltli of J,uly. lie has been
engaged by Superintendent
Julian as one of (ho instructors
in the Dawes county institute
this year. Chadron Journal
lev. A. A. Orcssinan of Crete-,
Nob., on his way home from
Portland, Oregon, whero ho at
tended the Triennial session of
tho National Council of the
Congregational churches of tho
U. S., stopped off at llomiiigford
last Friday night to visit old
friends. Mr. Grossman is a
brother of Mrs. jh. Spickler, who
was one of the first settlers in
Box Butte county and,lies buri.-d
in the Hemingford cemetery.
To look after her grave was a
principal object of his visit. He
was highly pleased to ilud tlio
cemetery so well. cared for. On
Sunday morning -ho preached in
the M. E. church and at 7 p. in.
conducted tho young people's
meeting. Preaching again in
the evening in the Congregation
al church on "Tho need of
Christian Education for, our boys
and girls. Uov. Cresmax is
Stale secretary of Boane College,
.located at Crete, Neb. This
college ranks among the best of
tho Institutions of higher learn
ing in tie r.tato. Mr. Grossman
left Monday afternoon for -Alliance
"P.olice Court News."
Chas. Brown, ,ou Allianco
barber, is serving thirty days in
tho county jail. Be wanted to
leave tho alkilie town and in or
der to carry out his plans got
possession of a B. & M. ticket
without putting up the necessary
Mrs. Bessie Gillospio is an
other Allianceite who is serving
a ten days sentence for the ma
licious destruction of property.
Attorney Nolomnu was hero
Monday but escaped whilo tho
Sheriff viis taking a nit). Alli
ance should certainly have a
county seat, or ateast a jail, of
Sheriff Sweeney tool: a man
named Bogers to Omaha this
week and turned him over to
authoritos from Fairfield, Iowa,
whe.-chewas wanted. The fol
low was run in at Alliance the
rendezvous for toughs.
The Hemingford creamery is
now receiving nearly 15,000
pounds of milk daily which is
about 7,000 pounds more than is
supplied any of the lifty-one
stations operated by tho Beatrice
The Thompson browning.
From tho Cbailron Journal:
"William and Henry Thompson,
two young ranchmen living near
Lakeside, Nebraska, woro drown
ed in Lono Trep Crook at Dakota
Junction yo.4teiday morning at
11.30. These iwo young men,
Mrs. Win Thompson and h.cr
sister were onrouto from Hot
Spriugs, S. D., to Bordeaux,
where' they expected to attend the
When they arrived at a point
just sonth of tho register station
whore tho wagon ro.'.d runs paral
lel with tho railroad track they
found tho road undor water. Tho
ladies alighted and yalfced down
tiie track while tho twp gentlemen
remained in the light covered
wagon and startpd to drive
through the wa tir, Tho road at
that place is beside tho channel of
Lono Tree Creek and an embank
ment leads down to it. Heavy
rains Wednesday accounted for
the rise in tho water. Tho man
J) ad just ontorpd tho water when
one of tho horses floundered oft
tho road and down tho embank
ment, carry iji tho wagoh and
other horso with it. Henry
Thompson was driving and his
brother was standing up holding
on to tho bows of tho vehicle.
Tho horses found themselves in
water oyer 'their heads. They
gave several violent lunges, over
turning tho wagon. Henry
jumped out but was unable to
swim. Meantime, Mrs. and Miss
Thompson had run down from
tho' railroadtrack. Tho former
reached tho edgo of the bank and
hold out her hand which Henry
attempted to seize, llo could uot
do so and sank into tho nnrky
water with an agonizing j?erenm
Mrs. Thompson saw her hus
band go down with the buggy.
She expected to soe him rise.
1 1 or griof vas inexpressible when
ho tlitl not do so. Her appeal
ing cries woro unheeded. Tho
muddy waters gave not up the
man she loved her husband of
but four short weeks. Kinally,
when till hope was yonc. tho
young women sped down tho
track. They know not whither
thoy woro going. They crossed
tho big bridge over While Uiver
and for a milotliey sped headlong
Exhausted andgriof-strieken they
spied the farm house of W. A.
Birdsall and sought assistance
there. Mr. Birdsall received tho
two sorrowing young women with
every possible tenderness, and
finally gathered from their almost
unintelligible remarks that the
two men were drowned. Ho Ir.-.r-ried
to Dakato .1 unction and tele
phoned tho fact to tho train dis
patchers' oilieo in this city.
Sheriff Dargan was immediately
notified ami raised a party of men
who proceeded at once to the
Junction. Forty or , fifty men
wore soon at the scene of tho dis
aster. Willing hands quickly
constructed a raft while others of
the party disrobed and sorght to
find the bodies in the creek. The
sheriff called up Chief Dispatcher
McNiel and asked (or grappling
hooks and othor necessary appa
ratus for dragging the creek
could bo sent out from Chadron
on a special engine. The rail
road company nobly replied that
any assistance it could render
would bo gladly given. T10
switch engine soon arrived aiul
the search was continued. The
body of Henry Thompson was
found Into yesterday afternoon
and brought to E. Mead's under
taking parlors in this city. Tho
elder brother's body was found
early this morning.
Mrs. Thompson and her sister-in-law
woro removed yostorday
afternoon from Mr. Birdsall's
cottage to tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Mossman hi this city, whore
tender hands have beon adinin
istoring every possible relief to
their distress. Mrs Thompson
was formerly Miss Lulu Kendall,
of this city. Last year she
taught school in Hot Springs and
was elected to a position in tho
Chadron Schools, but resigned
about nmoi) th ago when tho
married - Mr. Thompson-.- Thfa
Journal wired tho particulars of
the sad affair shortly aftor its
occurence to Mrs. E Kendall,
Ainsworlh, tho mother of tho
griefstricken young women; her
brother, Ilov, JL Kendall, Ilarri,
so'n, and the fathor of the un
fortunate young men, II J Thomp
son, Lakeside, Neb.
A number of relatives of tho
bereaved wife wn1 sister and tho
unfortunate young men who lost
their lives in the treacherous
stream, arrived in tho cpy to-day,
and arrangements for tho funeral
yill be completed.
See tho go surprise purgaius at
All trimmed hats must go at
reduced prices. Anyone in need
of a hat wpnld dp well to come
and see us. First come, first
choice. Miss L. Adams.
Bids will bo received on or be
fore July 2IJ, 1898, for building a
sod school house in district No 41.
Plans wild specifications may be
seen at county .superintendent's
oflico. Tho Board reserves tho
right tq reject any and all bida,
BU R LI NGTON BO UTE
Low rates, East, AVest and South.
Donver ami return, Juno 16, 17. 18,
Omalm ami roturu. Juno 10. S0.S2, 38. 1M. 'it. 'JO
Sap IJmiiolwouiulroiurii Juuo 2 nnil W.
Hot HprinuH, unil loturu. Jur.uSO unit Jitlv r.
1'ortlHinl. Oro. mid return. J unoao uuUJulyi.
.nmIhIIIu, Timn und lutuiii. July 1, -', V,
Salt I.uku City and loturu, July .1.
Wtililni,'toii. I). (' untl leiurn, July. 3, I. s,
lliifTulOaml luturii.July 11,1'.', ,
Ask tho local ticket agent fori
J. Francis, General Poisenger
Agent, Omaha, Neb.
AN OPEN LETTER
WE AUK ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO
THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF TIIE WORD "CASTORIA" AND
PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADEMARK.
J, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "CASTORIA," the same that
has borne and docs now bear on every
the fac-simile signature ofC&iM& wrapper.
This is tho original "CASTORIA" which has been used in
the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years.
LOOK CAREFULLY at tho wrapper and see that it is
the hind you have always bought 0 - on the
and has the signature of arc&: wrap
per. No one has authority from mo to use my name except
The Centaur Company, of which Chas. 11 Fletcher is President.
Do Not Be Deceived.
.Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even ho does not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought "
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed Y09.
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