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About Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1898)
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TITTLE & 'f ASH
Attorneys - at - Law,
II Mningfc.rd, Nohrusku.
1)11. '. A. IIOLBUOOK,
?'.' IWClJiA and SVfRGEOJ!,
Ko-idftiiL'C Hall hnnso. Ollh't)
First door north Uo 'Buttu
Bunk fcliljr.' '
T. J. O'KEEFE,
U. S. COMMISSIONER,
UI5TRlCr OP NKIIKASk'A.
All mutters comltiK before) the XTnItctl States
Circuit Court or tlio L'nltcil States Lund (Hike
slll ipcclxe innmiitnud carpful iittomlon
AN intend tonll Itltuls of business for non
ii'sdlcnls rcili'stutiMcntitls, collectlous, ute.
Ooriesiiomleiice solicited Otllcosat
l-.KMlXiU'OKD ASHCRAWKOKD XKU
Salt Laki: City,
and ull ioints
St. Louis mid nil
points cast und
TllMNS IiCWC I'OI.IOWS..
l'ni-minjor. iIhIIi , Dwiilwooil.
llilllruH Mul nil joint) north
mill wmt. . .. ... . .4.25 a. m
I'rolclit, dnllj, Di-Htlwood,
IlillhiKH ami iiiteriii'Hlintu
htatiou H 25 p.m.
I'relclit, dnilv. Now CnHtlo
nml iuterim-illitte stations 2 5Jp,m.
I'.o. I'.'. l'tiKHPiiutr, ilnily.for Lincoln,
J Om-ilin, Cliirno nml all
.V I'omtHP.iHt U'lp. m.
liii. 4C. KreiKbt. ibiilj. for lilncoln
nuil intrrniifUnto NtationN f OS p. in.
Ho. 48. 1 rrlelil. tliiilj. for Lincoln,
nnd IntoriiHiiintH ntalioiiB 10,'iJ a. in
All tri.itit, ilailj oxenpt Nok. IT unj H.
47 1 ill ,rept Sunday.
4tl ilail) except Mondiiy,
Hlo'l'ilii,', dining nuil rocliulns: elialr cars
w.itn frn) on tliroiiKh tmini Tiokft sold
and linKUHUf cIk rkcsl to unj point in tins United
Jitutus or ('nimitn
I'nr iiiforiniitinn, nmlM, tlnm tnliloH and tlck
,jj mil on n riti to W. -M. ' oixilaHt!. Ascut,
or. I I'lUNl'IS, Cieu'l l'sengor Agent, Uinalm
Non-residunt owners of timber
claims can complete their final
proofs without coming lo the
ounty by corresponding, with
Lumber, Coal and Lime!
.lust received a car of select
9 pattern lunihdr for tanks. Alfeo
'all kinds of hard wood, cedar
f-hingles, lath, lime, nnd nil kinds
Ready made tanks, or will make
tanks to order. Prices to compote
with anyone the Northwest. Conio
nnd 8c3 us bforo buying elso
whero. Tanks nnd tank lumber
IIi:min(U'OUd Lumbku Co.
ifty Claims YVanted,
T want to buy improved farms
and prairie lnnd for cash; must
be cheap. Give number of sec
tion, town and range; also im
provments in detail. Address
E. A. Blunoic,
Swe' f ui"ilasWiinri ti
s 'W i.. itVM
1 the grairst newspaper west
of the Missouri Jtiuer.
It advocates FREE SILVER
at the present ratio of sixteen
Its news sorvico is the best to
Daily, $G 00 per year; 50 coats
per mouth. Weekly, 51 00 per
Subscriptions for the
rftcztved at this offlc
inmiir m i
jt. - -v
MistiM'.Iohn Filinoroof Alliimco
is in town today.
Mis.i Kute Murphy spent yes
torday in tho city.
Miss Mabel Curtis is tho pos
sessor of a now bicycle.
Sup't.A.E. Ncoland went to
AUiiinco li'riday ovening.
Capt. L. K. Cprbin is spend
ing the week in llemingford.
May and Winnie linyeart wore
quitf ill the fore art of tiie
Ijtov. Wundorlich and wifo
woYe Alliance visitors last Thurs
Miss Hamilton is enjoying a
visit from her mother, of Staeoy,
Mrs. M. II. Goodenoughontor
lained the ladies aid society yes
terday. C. E. Haute has roturned to
llennngford and has cliurgo of
Miss Pearl Liggett commenced
a term of school in the Alexandor
Miss Mary Gill of Alliunce
was the guest of Miss Geogia
Mrs. J. T. Richardson of Mars
land was trading with our mer
Postmaster Johnson and C. J.
Wildy returned from Hot Springs
Mr. Rockey of Russel, Iowa,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Roberts this week.
Mrs. G. W. Sparks started
last week for an extended visit
in Iowa and Illinois.
Mrs. H. Thompson and chil
dren of Alliance visited with Mr.
and Mrs! A. M. Miller this week.
Mrs. C. A. Burlewand children
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. E.Ford, near Lawn Saturday.
Georgo Pinkerton wont to
Alliance Tuesday where ho has
accepted a x)osition on the B. & M.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J,
Adam Prois, a girl, Monday Aug.
18, Parties concerned doing
"Mother" Shindlor returned
from Grand Island Sunday
morning much improved .jn
W. R. Sidors of Alliance spon
Wednesday in Hemingford tak
ing teacher's examination, wo
Johnny Shaffer spent Sunday
in Hemingford. Ho was on his
Way from Orovillc, S. D., to Cas
Charlie Triplott sojourned in
town n whilo Tuosday evening.
Ho is now stationed temporarily
at Hot Springs.
Mrs. Joseph M'oller wont to
Hot Springs last 'week, whore
sho will test tho famous resort
Thos. Lee of Box Butte receiv
ed the contract for building the
county bridge at Green's cross
ing on the Niobrara.
Frank Chouoy returned to
Qeraingford Thursday. He has
been visiting at his old home in
Harrison county. Mo.
Mrs. L. B. Fonner and Miss
Alma came in from Dunlap yes
terday and spent tho day visit
ing their many friends.
Mrs. Blanchard und children,
and Miss Lid a Bowers spent
Saturday and Sunday at Lawn,
the guests of Mrs. Broshar.
Rev. Garness left Monday
night for Red Wing, Minn., to
attend Lutheran conference. He
expects to be gone two weeks.
Mr. and Mr. L. B. Fonner
came up from Kearney Sunday
morning and are visiting Mr.
Fe liner's parents near Dunlap.
Einmot Johnson came in from
the ranch Tuesday to got Frank
Shiinek to repair his pump.
He reports his stock doing well
The Kings Daughters" of
Marsland serve ice' cream every
Satuaday afternoon and ovening
in the town hall. Proceeds to bo
used in improving tho Marsland
cemetery grounds. Farmers
coming to town please contribute
The Board of county commis
sioners has advertised for bids
for tho construction of n jail.
During the last few years tho
prisoners have been taken to
i Grand Island for safe keeping
which has cost the county more
than enough to build two good
jails. Tho taxpayers of Hub
county are pleased that tho com
missioners have at last talcon tho
At tho populist county conven
tion held yoaJLorduy W M lodencu
was re-nominated for county at
torney bv acclamation, Dele
gates wore selected to attend the
tho senatorial and representative
conventions, Our reporter failed
to learn who tho delegates were.
Tho domocratic county conven
tion was held at Alliance Thurs
day. The following were select
ed as delegated to attend tho sen
atorial and representative con
ventions: W. J. Bean, T. J.
O'Kcofo, F. II. Smith. F J Bet
sold and W T Johnson. A later
convention will bo hold to nom
inate a candidate for county at
torney and transact other bus
iness. Tho republicans of Dorsoy pre
cinct hold their caucus Tuesday
and modo tho following nomina
tions: For justice of tho peace,
Thomas Killeen; constable, Har
ry Pierce; road overseer district
No 5, J. Adam Preis, and J W
Pinkerton for district No 2.
At their caucus Wednesday,
the populists nominated John
Kuhn for assessor, Sam Hollin
rake for road overseer dist No 2
and R Basse Ijojr dist. No 5, No
nominations were'mado for Jus
tice of tho Peace or constable,
The democrats nominated W II
Ward for Justice, John Eisler for
constable, John Kuhn for asses
sor, Robert Basse for ro?.d over
seer dist 5, and Sam Hollinrakc
for dist 2,''
Tho Box. Butte county Sunday
school convention mot at Collins
chapel August 10, 1898. All
parties on "Tho Program" woro
present except two, Opening
devotional was led by Alonzo
Sherwood and openiifg a'ddress"
was mado by tho president, Rev.
Subjects discussed were "Shall
we use independent S. S. litera
ture at tho oxponso of our own
"How to teach a S. S, lesson."
"Hints to superintendents."
Discussion of tho subjects
after being opened by an appoint
ed loaders wore participated in
by several of those present.
There were about forty-fivo
persons present, a basket dinner
was served and all appeared to
enjoy tho occasion. The Bap
tist church of Alliance was
chosen ns the place to hold the
next convention. It was voted to
hold a district convention at
Cauton sometime this fall.
Committee appointed to fix
time. Rev. Kern Jed the' clos
ing devotional. It is reccom
monded that each S. S. in ' tho
county send at least one dele
gato to tho next county conven
tion as county officers will be
elected vt that time.
A. S. Enyeart, Secretary.
Mass will bo celebrated in
Hemingford on tho 2Gth day of
Aug. 1898, at 10 a. in. All should
Michael P. Walduok,
Tho stockholders of tho Hem
ingford Creamery Company
aro requested to meet at
tho court house on Saturday,
August 27th for tho purpose of
adopting by laws and the trans
action of such other business as
ma' properly come beforo tho
meeting and overy stockholder
is urged to be present.
Alonzo Sherwood, PresiJent.
Claiik Olds, Secrotary.
Ban U yy KM Yeu Han Wwjjs BaigM
tfufrftimrjfti m rMtmaantia
jRtock of MiCormiek mowers at
headquarters nearly exhauaiivl.
Conn soon or you cannot get one.
Clakk Olds, agent
SPEND AUGUST JN THE
Go first to Hot Springs. 'Jjhnro
you can bathe, ride, bicycle, climb
mountains, dance and play tennis
to your heart's content. It your
limbs aro htitV, your kidneys, out
of order or if you are troubled
with exconui or any other form of
skin disease, a month at Hot
Springs will ninko a now man of
Sylvnu Lnko.nud Speurlish aro
within a comparatively short
distance or Hot Springs and
overy one who visits tho Black
Hills should boo thorn. Sylvan
Lake is tho prettiest and coolest
summer re.sort in the west.
Spoarfph is reached after a rail
road lido that ranks among tho
experiences of a life time. There
is nothing liko it anywhere olsu on
During August, the Burlington
Route will run two low-rato ex
cursions to Hbt Springs; one on
tho flth., the other on the 2(Hh. of
that month. Tickets will be sold
at Ono faro for tho round trip
half i:ati:s and will ho good to
return any tims within HO days.
Organize a party. Arrange
your hotel accomodations, at Hot
Springs. Got your tickets from
tho Burlington agent nnd pass tho
most delightful month in tho year
in the most delightful summer
land on tho continent.
Est rayed from our much at M:i
linda, Nob., about July 4th, J8UH,
ono dark lirowtf year-old geld
ing, whilo face and ' foot. Kindly
inform 0. J. Wi'ldy.
Lost on July fourth, a gold
watch. The cuso is some worn
and has tho letters M. B. on
gr.ivoii on out side. The finder
will he suitably rewarded by
leaving it at my home or at the
Mas. R. II. Blanciiaiid.
dcpcdptivo of Yollowstono Nation
al Park and tho summer resorts
of Colorado anil eontniniiip-. be
sides maps und illustrations, a
groat deal of information of inter
est to sight-seers nnd tourists can
bo had by addressing J. Francis,
Geneinl Passenger Agent, Bur
lington Route, Omaha, Neb.
Write to J. Francis, General
Pnssonger Agent, Burlington
Routo, Omaha, for handsome 32
page phamplot descriptive of tho
Trans-Mississippj Expos it ion.
Taken up on May 12, 1898, at
my placo on 'Section 21, Tp 27,
It. 51, ono yearling mare colt,
brown color, with both hind feet
white, star in forehead, no brands.
One red Polangus bull, four
yours old. Ho is a thoroughbred
and a fine animal; has never run
in a herd. Ho can be seen at
James Ilollinrako's place, 8 miles
north of Hemingford.
J. W. Pierce.
All trimmed hats must go at
reduced prices. Anyone in need
of a hat would do well to come
and seo us. First come, first
choice. Miss L.Adams.
See tho 5c surpriso bargains at
gCareats, and iid;-MarVs obtained and U Pat-J
rent buunetsconuuc'td for MooinATt Fern, i
iOuROrncL'iBOrv mtcu.b. PATtN-rorricr
(aodnecaa tvure nt m leas time taia mote
r remote from V'a ..rtcn.
i Send ra i irawing ot photo., wita cetcrip-i
lion. V advin. if nattnf Ma nr cot. free of
r coarse, um u not aua u.iunr ijiecurto.
i A PAMPHLri " How to C- n "atenti," witl
icon of tame in the U 6. and forclza countnet
. .. . r " . - .
ient free. AdJrcu.
i 0r, Patent Orncc, Washington, D, C.
WE ARC ASSERTING IN THE COl'UTS OUR RIGHT TO
THE EXCLUSIVE USE QF THE WORD "CASTORIA," AND
riTCIIER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADEMARK.
J, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Ilyannis, Massachusetts,
7t?qs the originator of "CASTORIA," the same that
nun uunw una uocs now uear
the jao-similo signature of
This is the original "CAST0
the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty year3.
LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the hind you have always bought ygr , ,, ' on the
and has the signature of QZg&zt&c&s. 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), the in
gredients of which eveti he docs not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF '
Insist on Having
The. Kind That Never Failed You.
Tnr etNTAun company, tt Munnar otiiict. niw voik mrr.
New Spring Goods
Of latest styles, superior
fabrics, at fabulous LOW
prices are now on sale at
The BIG DOUBLE STORE
HiNI Come and see Chilli
. . ..Till? UI.TJKST ifibTABMnUMENT IX THIS COUNTY
Charter Oak Cook Stoves,
Genuin e Round Oak Heating Stovs
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc
Special Agent for BAKER PERFECTparb
Wire the Best on Earth
HEMINGFORD HILLING CO.,
COAL, LTJMBBS, XJUlZX
Paper, Sash and Doors. "7
fllLLER & WILDY.
p - on every
Rl A" which has been used in
1 VI" '
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Meal and' Fee
in All Kinds oE
a dime to a worthy cause.
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