Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190?, August 05, 1898, Image 5

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If. E. 'PO'RTE'll,
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IV. M. MDEMCE,
ATTORNEY - AST - IjA.'W,
1'iwtUt'H In nil tlie conrta
Hemingford, Nob.
TUTTLE & TASK
attorneys - at - Law,
Hemingford, Nebraska.
1)11. 0. A. 11OLCR00K,
Qll YSICIAM and S'J'RGEOJl,
,Josidonco. TItill housi. Qllice
First door north Box Butte
Bank Bldg.'
Hev.iingford, -- Nebraska
T. J. O'KEEFE,
,U. S. COMMISSIONER,
DISTRICT OP NEIIKASKA.
,A11 niattorH cnmliii; before tlie 1'iilletl Stntos
( Cticult Court or llio United Stales I.jintl Olflce
will rccclNO piompt iiml I'uretul attention.
AthauttoniltnnU kind of business for non
residents; mil estate, lent :iK collections, .etc.
p Correspondence sollellctl Ofllees ut
I'iKMINtirQIIU ApCItAWFOKO, NKH.
Time Table
FOR
Hemingford
LINCOLN,
.Omaha,
Chicago,
Sr Joseph,
'.Kansas Cri'y,
.fyj. Louis and all
HlCNVEIt,
HELENA,
Butte,
Salt Lake City,
PoitTLAXI),
Sax Fiuncisco,
points east uiuluud all points
Vutji west
TllMNK I.FWK AS Koi.l.OWS.
No. 41. l'nMiii'r, dully, l)i'aih("i(l.
IlilliiiKH himI nil iiiilntn north
ami wvM f.21 ,n. in
Nn. 45. Hi-jcM. ilnlly. Demhwmd,
HilliiiKH itud lutiTiueiliHtu
KlatioiiH fc:2 p. in.
,11 tt. I". l-'ri'lulit, (lallj. New CuKtlo
and inieiiMi'ilmtc ptptlmiH . 2.." i. in.
No. 42. I'ltKMMiKer, ilniljr, for Lincoln,
Unmlia, Cliirau" mid all
I'olutN east Il:15i. in.
No. 40. KrolKlit. iliiilj, for litnoolu
ami IntiTint-dtutn htutioiiH ! OS p. m.
Nn. 43. l'lt-iulit. ilitilv, for Lincoln.
ami inti'rineilintii Hlalions 10 " a. iu
All traiuu dull excr-pt Nod. 47 nil I lV
4" dnjly oxcepl Sunday.
'4S dailj oi''it Monday,
WIwiIihj. dininj; and rprlinin? chair rr.rs
t-cath fiH iiu tliroiih'li tt.kins Tickets sijlil
and IwcL-nK'n'olieckiHl to any iioint In tlio United
"KtuleH or Canada
l'or infooitat lyn, n,nl, I lino tuliln and link
otHeall on or write to W. M. ( opoland. Auent.
or J FRANCIS, (Jen'l lWeiwer Agent, Onmliii
'JVebraskj,.
.ttention, Horsemenl
Tlio French coach stallion
jQUINAULT and tlio Shire stal
lion, SAXON KING, will stand
the pro&ent scoson at 1113' place sin
jniles west and two miles north of
Hemingford.
Terms; $." to insure a mare in
foul; 0 kto insure foal to teat. All
inures trade or removed will for
feit r.ny insurance S5 will be .duo
at one?. Care taken lo prevent
accidents but I will not bo respon
sible if any occur.
A. S. ExvrjAirr.
Non-resident owners of timber
laims can complete their final
proofs without coining to tlio
county by corresponding with
'JL J, O'Keefe.
Lumber, Coal and Lime!
.lust received a cur of select
pastern lumber for tanks. Also
all kinds qf. hard wood, cedar
shingles, lntli, lime, and all kinds
of lumber.
.Ready made tanks, or will make
tanks to order. Prices to compote
with anyone the Xorthwest. Comu
and Sea us bfcforo buying else
where. Tanks and tank lumber
a specially.
Heminotqup LyMjiEu Cq.
Fifty Claims Wanted,
for Cash.
1 want to buy improved farms
and prairie land for cash; must
be cheap. Give number of sec
tion, town and range; also im
provmonts in detail. Address
E. A. Bluncic,
Carroll, Iowa.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Boars
Signa'
.uro of C&Z&X -G&&1
Miss Hollo Martin is visiting
friends at Marsland.
Sup't. Xeoland returnad from
Springviow this morning.
Richard Revan came down
from the Hills Monday nitrht.
Rev. Wundorlich is atteudinjr
Lutheran conforonco at Norfolk.
Mrs. Uoouey of Nebraska City
is visiting her daughtor Sirs.
lv.il leeti.
Mrs. A.M. Millor and daugh
ter, Miss Georgia, visited Alli
ance Wednesday.
Mrs. l'eainish has moved to
town aud is occupying rooms iu
the Austin hank building.
Rev. Bowdish will preach in
the Congregational church Sun-
da v morning and ovouing.
Miss Maud Emory of Alliance
was tho guest of Mr. aud Mrs.
Libby a few days last week.
W. P. Michael and family left
Monday for Logan, Iowa, where
they will reside in the future.
Mrs. F. II. Smith and Miss Ina
Rellwood drove up from Alliance
Thursday and visited friends.
The Neeland Bro's. shipped a
car of cattle last. Tuesday.
Fred accompanied tho car to
Omaha.
"Mother" Shindler departed
Monday night for Grand Island
where she will receive treatment
at the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. 13. F.Gilman
came up from Alliance to attend
tho surprise party given Miss
Jessie Sweeney.
Mr. and Mrs. Copeland return
ed this morning from Omaha
aud Wymoro where they have
spent tho past two weeks.
Attorney A. v D. MoCandless
came up from "Wymote Tuesday
and with Mrs. MeCandless re
turned home Wednesday night.
Mrs. Dr. Langston and child
ren made Mr. and Mrs. Bean a
brief visit last Friday evening.
They were enrouto to Broken
Bow.
Miss Nellio Goodonough re
turned from Logan, Iowa, Sun
day morning and commenced her
school in the Ilucke district
Monday.
The subject of tho Epworth
league lesson for Sunday evening,
Aug. 7, is "Giving to God",
found in Luke -21: 11. Miss
Jennie "West leader.
Mrs. M. L. Murray, daughter
of J. V. Nichols, arrived Thurs
day morning from Pekin, 111.,
and will visit Mr. and Mrs. Nich
ols for a month or two.
J. W. Bauingardner, "W. T,
Johnson and Tom O'Keefe ropror
sonted Box Butte county at tho
populist and democratic conven
tions at Lincoln Tuesday.
Tho County Sunday school
convention will he held at Col
lins' chapel, nine miles north
west of Hemingford, on August
10th. Come and bring your
lunch basket.
Mrs. Heath, from nsar Alli
annce, was trading with our mer
chants yesterday. It is a well
known fact that goods can bo
purchased cheaper hero than at
the combine town .
Miss Alma Fennor arrived
from Chicago Wednesday morn
ing and will attend her sister
Mrs. Bartlett who is quite ill.
Miss Fennel is recovering from
the. accident she met with last
February.
Hon. S. M. Smysor has been
hired for anotho:" year as clerk iu
tho Alliance land office Mr.
Smysor is the right man in tho
right place and tho Interior De
partment seems to realise tho
fact.
I.E. Tash, our townsman, is
spoken of as n probable candi
date for the office of commission
er of public lands and buildings,
this fall. Tho convention could
not nominate a bolter or stronger
man than Mr. Tash and this
part of tho state and especially
Box Butte county is entitled to
recognition of some kind and
such it has never had from
tho ropublienn..
A DKAWINO CAWI).
ITtMuiugford's creamery is
proving a success. The cost
ofthrsuu is less than $2,000.
Already wo hear of trade which
is tributary to Crawford being
attached to Hemingford on ac
count thereof. Wo had bolter
wake up. Crawford Bulletin.
Yes, llotningford is not only
drawing trade from the north
ami west but also from within
two and three miles of Alliance.
If you don't believe it, come and
investigate.
THAT 1NCRUA5K.
The Alliance Times last week
stated that "Alliance is enjoying
quite an increase iu trade as the
result of the building of tho new
creamery at Hemingford.'"
Bro. Ellis might as well say
that business in Alliance basin
creased since the county seat was
removed theio. Tho Hrs,t pay
day at the creamery will not bo
until August 10. All the "in
creaso" Alliance receives from
tho Hemingford creamery is not
begrudged by tho Hemingford
merchants.
A PLEASANT SURPRISl!.
Last Saturday was Miss Jessio
Sweeney's seventeenth birthday
and An honor of the occasion Jier
parents and friends arranged a
surprise party which was a very
pleasant affair. Miss Jessie was
invited to spend the afternoon
with Miss Georgia Miller and
upon her return homo sho was
very much surprised to Hud the
house filled with friends and
after mcovoiiug from the sur
prise she discovered that her
old piano had been removed and
a line now one occupied it, place.
She was. also tho recipient of a
handsome fan which was present
ed by her friend-?. A delicious
repast was served. TJiero were
about forty persons present and
a very enjoyablo evening was
spent by all.
Hon, F. M. Dorrington has
assumed the duties of register of
tho U. S. land oftieo at Alliance.
No better qualified porsoji than
Mr. Dorrington could have been
selected for the position. He is
thoroughly familiar with the
duties, of tho ollico and doubtless
everybody will receive proper
treatment at his hands.
Hon. J. "W. Wehn. tho retiring
register, has made an efficient
oflicor and The Ueuald returns
thanks for many favors shown.
It is probable that Mr. Wehn will
devote his timo to looking after
his ranch interests.
A very sad accident occured
on Friday ufternoon of lust week.
Little Leslio Mooney and his
younger brother were playing in
the water in the flume of the
Crawford canal, southwest of tho
school house hill, and getting
hold of a board set it down to the
bottom to stop tho flow of water,
which it did. In some manner
he slipped and foil on his knees,
and tho water commenced cover
ing him, His younger brother
became frightened, aud ran to
the house to tell his mother; but
when sho arrived at the scene
and tore away tho boards the
ljttlo fellow had drownod. Craw
ford Ti'ibnno.
The casu of tho Slate of
Nebraska vs. tho Cases father
and son charged with shooting
a man named Kincaid, in Sharp
precinct, being sot for hearing in
county court last Monday, all
parties appeared. Defendants
Waived examination and were
bound over on the charge, lo ap
pear at district court. Tho bond
was fixed at 2.r)0 each. Thoy
furnished sutticsnt security for
their appearance aud were releas
ed. They do not deny tho charge,
but probably waived their right
to a hearing for tho purpose of
concealing their defense, but wo
would guess that they will claim
justifiable use of fire amis to pro
tect their rights. Tho shooting
occured on tho promises of tho
defendants, which will bo a strong
point in their favor. Rushville
Standard.
A bouncing boy was born lo
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Ko.skot this
morning. All parlies doing well.
SPI5N1) AUGUST IN THE
BLACK HILLS.
Go lirst to Hot Springs. Thoro
you can Halhe, ride, bicycle, climb
mountains dnnce and play tenuis
to your heart's content. If your
limbs are HlilT, your kidneys out
of order or if you are troubled,
with exeenia or any other form of
skin disease, a mouth at Hot
Springs will make a new man of
you.
Sylvan Lake aud Spear fish are
within a comparatively short
distance of Hot Springs and
every one who visits the Black
Hills should see ihom. Sylvan
Lake is the prettiest aud coolest
summer resort in the west.
Spearfish h reached after a rail
road ride that ranks among the
experiences of a lifetime. There
is nothing like it anywhere else on
tho globe.
During August, the Burlington
Kouto will run two low-rate ex
cursions to Hot Springs; one on
the Dili., the other on the f2u'th. of
that month. Tickets will be sold
at one faro for the round trip
iialk itATjKS and will ho good to
return any tiuiv. within !50 days.
Organize a party. Arrange
your hotel accomodations at Hot
Springs. Got your tickets from
the Burlington agent .and puss the
most delightful month in U10 year
in the most delightful su miner
lu'nd on tho continent.
EuTllAV NOTICK.
Kstrnved from our ranch at Ma
Iinda, Neb., about July 4th, 189H,
onadurk brown 3 year-old geld
ing, white fuco and foot. Kindly
inform O. J. Wildy.
Lost on July fourth, a gold
watch. The u;eo is some worn
and has the letters M. B. en
graven on out side. Tho finder
will be suitably rewarded by
leaving it at my homo or at tho
post ottioo.
Mks. R. II. Buv.N'CiiAitn.
CLEARANCE SALE.
All trimmed huts must go at
reduced prices. Anyone in need
of u hut would do well to come
and see us. First come, lirst
choice. Miss L. Adams,
See tho 5c surprise bargains at
Wildy's.
A Bargain.
I have for sale one of tho best
improved slock farms in north
west Nebraska.
1(50 acres, iJO arcres under cul
tivation, all enn be cultivated;
balance fenced for pasture.
Splendid frame house, 2 stories,
main part 28x18, with an L
14x1-1; good cellar; good log
barn Si8.l, with hay mow, holds
4 tons of hay; 2 good granaries,
L' corn cribs, 4 frame cow stables,
2, 1-Ix8()ft;a0xl4, and 24x11 ft;
buggy shed, smoke house, hen
house, cave, corrals, hog pens,
hay yards, etc; fine garden, irii
galed; splendid well will supply
over 200 barrels of warer daily;
good windmill and lank.
27 head of cattle, 10 young
cows, good bull, '1 2-year old
heifers, balance yearlings and
calves; all good stock. Plenty of
range for 200-head of stock.
None of tho above property
will lie sold separately, but tho
whole Avill bo sold at a sacrifice.
"Will also offer a lot of farm
implements and machinery
cheap. Apply to
T. J. O'Keefe.
Tourist Pamphlets
desci iptivc of Yellowstone Nation
al I'ark and tho summer resorts
of Colorado and containing, be
sides maps and illustrations, a
groat deal of information of inter
est to sight-seers and tourists can
be had by addressing J. Francis,
General Passenger Agent, Bur
lington Route, Omaha, Neb.
"Write to J, Francis, General
Passenger Agent, Burlington
Route, Omaha, for handsome ;2
page phamplct descriptivo of tho
Truiis-Missksippi Exposition.
FRRL
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To
VF. AUK ASSCRTIKG IN Tlin COl'UTS OUR IUOUT TO
THIS INCLUSIVE USC OV TIIK WORD "CASTOUIA" AND
"PITCIIKU'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADEMARK.
, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "CASTORIA," tho samo that
has borne and does now bear yf on every
the facsimile signature of C&tfz&Z&s wrapper.
This is the original "CASTORIA" which has been used in
the homes of the Mothers of America for overMiirty years.
LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the hind you have always bought Jf - on the
and has the signature of CZa&ffi&&y. wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name except
The Centaur Company, of which Chas. II. 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), tlie in
gredients of which even he does not know.
"The Kind Ton Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
Czf&ck
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed Tou.
. Tpt CIMHUP1 COMPANV, TT MUHT BinttT. NCWTOHK OITT.
Complete Line
5New Spring Goods
Of Jatest styles, superior
fabrics, at fabulous LOW
prices are now on sale at
The BIG DOUBLE STORE
ateEJfcfcifc vuinc
AT YOUR
SERVICE.
TON
Hardware
and
.'J'lIU Ol.DKVr JisTAIU.IhUJIKXT IN TUK COUNTV....
Charter Oak Cook Stoves,
Genuin e Round Oak Heating Stovs
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.
Special Agent for BAKER FEKFECTgBarb
Wire the Best on Earth
HEMINGFORD HILLING. CO.,
r. Manufacturers of v-
Flour, Graham, Meal and Feed
And Dealers iu All Kinds of
Paper, Sash
HILLER
LETTER
OTHERS.
diiu ace ?'11s62fi5Kfs
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C.J. WILDY,
UHRSG,
PIONEER "-
Saddlery,
and Doors.
& WILDY.
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