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About Hemingford herald. (Hemingford, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1895-190? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1898)
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TURTLE & TAS1I
Attorneys - at - Law,
DP.. C. A. 110L13R001C,
am YSICIAM and SUOiGEOM,
Residence, Hull house. Qllico
Eir.st door north Box Biitte
Hemingford, -:- Nebraska
T. J. O'KEEFE,
0I5TRICT OP NEBRASKA.
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Circuit ('om I or ttie United Stales I.utulOfllcu
will reijtlve prompt and eiuuful nttcution.
Alsn attend to nil Idmls of business for non
tesldonfs, real cstutu, rentals, collections, etc.
Corrcspondenct! solicited. Offices nt
H1JM1NOFOU1) ANliCHAWFOUD. NKU.
1 Time Table
Salt Lakf. City,
and all points
St. Louis and all
points cast and
Tkmsm Lkivkah Koi.r.ows;
M. 41. VaKHriiijor, daily, UphiIwihiiI.
JIllliiiKH mill nil ioiiil nortli
.4.2'J a. m
K.2S p. m.
2 K p. m.
H reltrlit, daily. Dondwooil,
IIIUIiik'h mid liiti'niRllnt
l''ri'iht, daily, Nuw Caxtlu
anil iutermedmln ht.ithms..
I'aNRenKfr. daily, for Lincoln,
Oiualia, Chicago and all
l)oliUH I'ant 11:15 p.m.
Freight, daily, for Lincoln
and intnrini-dtatn editions. .. f:08 p. in.
trolclit, daily, for Lincoln,
and intormediatu utalionn 10:J;i a. m
All train dully nxci-pt Nos.47 and 4S.
4" dally except, Sunday.
4S daily except Monday,
Hlcflpimr, dining and reollninc Hmir earn
Incut free) nn tlironh trainx TlcltPta Bold
and Ixikkhkp cliHcked to any point in tliu United
t'ttitfH or Canada,
Kor information, mal'H, time tablns) and tlck
rt call on or write to W. M. Copeland, Aitent,
or J. FJAN('lHvGeu'l Pnanouuar Agent, Onmliii
' Non-resident owners of timber
claims can complete their final
proofs without coming to the
'comity by corresponding with
Lumber, Coal and Lime!
. -Just received a car of select
oastorn lumbor for tanks. Also
all kinds of hard wood, cedar
r-'hiugles, lath, lime, and all kinds
Ready made tanks, or .will make
tanks to order. Prices to compete
with anyone the Northwest. Come
and 'Sea us before buying else
where. Tanks and tank lumber
IIemingfoud Lumjiuk Co.
Fifty Claims Wanted,
I want to buy improved farms
and prairie land for cash; must
bo cheap. Give number of sec
tion, town and range; also ini-pro-vmonts
in detail. Address
E. A. Blunck,
Florida is the home of the fa
iriQUS Easter Lily. During tho
blobming season, in somo places,
tho ground is almost white with
their beautiful, lily whito ilowers,
and thousands of them are picked
by the colored children -nd car
ried to market. Before coining
north I had a fine lot of tho lily
bulbs dug, and brought thorn with
inoj they make lovely house plants
and are sure to bloom. Any on
whp would like two or threo of
thee lily bulbs can have them by
sending a stamp to pay postane.
You aro indeed welcome to send,
as J can get more when I return
to Florida next fall.
Address Mrs. F. A. "Warner,
Sngjyaw, East Side, Michigan.
Sea tho 5o surprise burgtiins at
Now dross goods at WildyV
10c Bargain Wonders at "Wildy V
Watch the 10c counter at
Miss Mnry Ilerncall roturned
from Marsland today. (
Co. Attorney lodenco made a
trip to Allinnco Monday.
If you want a high grade organ
or piano talk to C. .J. Wildy.
Wildy want3 droned poultry
e.vory Tuesday and Thursday.
The- big double store is full of
new Fall goods at Jow prices.
ivliss Sophia Roll of Marsland
visited her brother, Torn, .Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Founor
roturned to Kearney Mouday
Miss Rosa Kinsloy commenced
a term of school at Girard Mon
day. It is her first term.
Waller It. Keutof Alliance is
in town today. lie will teach
in Dawes county this fall.
Fred Abley went to Edgemont
yesterday to soo bis son Amos
who is reported quite sick.
John Mahony of Box Butte
precinct transacted -business at
the county capital Monday.
Ferdinand Nikont of Lawn
was in tho city Monday. Ho de
posited a year's subscription for
the official paper.
Misses Mabel Our' is and Anna
Ward went to Dunlap Wednes
day for a couple of days visit
with Miss Alma Fennor .
Misses Loula Blair and Vera
Atkin of.Bor Buttowero in town
Monday. Miss Bhiir will teaelL
the Marslaud school this year.
Miss Zelia .Miner returned
from Rushvillo this week. Site
attended tho Sheridan county
institute and will teach at Lake
side. It is expected that Prof.
Phipps of the Chadron Academy
will occupy the pulpit at the
Conirreirational church next'
John Wildy and family arrived
from Lenzburg. 111., Sunday
morning to remain permanently.
Mr. Wildy will assist in the
L. It. Corbin. I. E. Tush and
J. A. Wilson were delegates who
attended the republican conges
sional conventional Broken Bow
Mr. Andrew McGinloy of Run
ning water, sold out his ranch to
J. II. Cook last week tho con
sideration boing 20,000. Harri
S. B. Libby represented Box
Butte county at the Populist
Senatorial convention held in
"Valentine last Saturday. Sena
tor Mutz was renominated.
At tho republican convention
bold in Allianco last Saturday S.
P. Tuttlo of this place was
.nominated for county attorney
over A. L. Field the AlHanco
Misses A- E. Neoland and
Blanche Bjnkerton and C. J.
Wildy attended the social Wed
nesday evening at tho home of
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Cross on Run
Mrs. Murray, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nichols departed for
her homo at Pekiu, 111., Tuesday
night. Mrs. Murray said that
she would always cherish many
fond remomberances of Heming
Tho livo youngest children of
A. S. Enyoart left Friday night
for University Place. Neb.,
for a ten days visit with Mr. En
yoart's parents. They wore ac
companied by J. C. Bonnet of
We aro in receipt of tho speed
program of the Custor County
Fair, to bo held at Brokon Bow,
September 13th to 10th, and
judging from the S2.000 offered
in speed, the racing events will
bo hummers. Single races in
both trottjng and pacing, reach
as high as $350 eacbr Good
money is offered in all-races, and
the program is roploto with bi
cycle races, base ball tourna
ment and other sports.
MIWIH 111 Ill1ll I
Mr. and Mrs. TS. P. Sweeney
and Miss Susie and Dow Sween
ey Iflft this morning for Hot
Springs. Spearlish and other
points in the Hills for a few days
pleasure and recreation.
Michael Fay a car repairman
on tho B.&M. was seriously in
jured at Marsland yesterday.
A oar whool passed over one log
crushing it badly, probably mak
ing amputation necessary. Ho
is married and resides at Alli
ance. Mrs. Blilnehard has purchased
a fine photograph outfit and will
soon be prepared to take pictures
of all descriptions. Sho has
raro talent for such work and
doubtless Hemingford can soon
boast of ono of the best pho
tographers in.tho state.
Born, on Tuesday, Aug. 23, to
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Christy, a
10-pound boy. Mother and child
aro doing nicely and John wears
an ear-lo-ear ' grin such as all
Homingfordian ami farmers
throughout the county will wear
after tho county seat election.
Keith Piorce roturned Wednes
day from Lincoln whore ho has
b?on attending school at the
Normal University. lie has
been engaged as principal of the
schools at Sprig iow, Keya Paha
county, for tho comb:
year. Keith will make
in school work.
Arthur Sehaffor arrived Tues
day from Uhieamauga where ho
has been stationed with Co. .
Wyoming. .Ho is off on a thirty
days' furlough and will spend
the time with his parents.
Arthur says, 'you may talk about
tliG sunny south but 1 have soon
all I want of it."
Miss Bpllo Martin departed
Monday night for her homo at
Jacksonville. 111., whore alio will
remain. A party was givon in
her honor, at Mrs. Miller's home,
after which all accompanied her
to tho train. Mrs. Broshar was
also a passenger for Paris, 111.,
where she will visit until October.
Her two youngest daughters will
return with her.
.1 . Rockey purchased the An
north of town, Tuesday. Ho will
move his family hero from Lucas
county, Iowa, in a few days and
become a permanent resident.
Mr. Rockey is an agreeable gon
tleman, an enterprising farmer
and dairyman and we aro
pleased to have him locate among
Ralph D. Brown and Miss Car
rie Bissel have been engaged to
teach the Hemingford schools
for the coming year. Mr. Brown
comes from Doane college, Crete,
and is ,woll recommended as a
teacher. Miss Bissel is one of
Box Butte county's best teachers
and is an ostimablo young lady.
She has been teaching in York
county lor tho past ye'ar.
Robert' Anderson of Lawn
precinct, who by tho way is the
only colored farmer in tho county,
left Monday night for Peters
burg Illinois, to visit his sisters
whom ho has not seon for over
thirty years. They wore parted
during tho war and it was just
recently that they ascertained
each others whereabouts. Rob
ert will also take in the Exposi
tion on his return.
At tho republican cpunty con
vention hold at Alliance last Sat
urday tho following persons wore
solccted to attend tho senatorial
convention at Gordon on Sopt.
21 and representative convention
at Crawford on Sopt. 10.
A. II McLaughlin, Iddo J odor,
Henry Whiten, E. Mabin and A.
At the republican caucus held
in Lawn precinct last week the
following ticket was nominated
Justice, A. Morava; constablos,
B. A. Latbrop, J. Shetler; assess
or, J. M. Wimolc; road ovorseors,
Charles Marino, J. A. Ball.
The populists nominated John
Broshar for Justice, James Plan-
ansky for constable, F. Nikont
for assessor, James Turok and
A. Morava for road pvorgcors.
'Clms. Stewart brought his sis
tor, from New York, over from
Alliance this week. She was de
tained a few days on account f
ilbioss. Ho had not seen lis1
sister for about .sixteen years be
fore, "when he purled from her
in Europe, whore they were do
ing team trapeze work. Since
that time, under tho professional
nujno of Mdllo. Leona Dare, she
has achieved prominence as an
atbloto and aeronaut, amnssed at
lqivt a competency . Her history
hi soveral respects soonis to have
been a romantic one. Goring
Preaching at M. 'E. church
Sunday morning, it being tho
last service for this conference
year, t will present a report
both spritual and financial for
the year. All aro invited.
.1. W. Khun, Pastor.
There will be sold at public
salo on Tuesday, Sept. 19th at 2
p. m., 2 miles east and one-half
south of Uomingford. 9 cows, 1
yearling lje'ifer, 2 calves, Ustovos,
chairs, bedstead'and other house
hold goods, lot of cedar posts,
lot of black-bill petrifactions and
sandstone ornaments. Terms
cash. D. J. Lehr.
Sealed proposals for janitor
work for school district No. 18
(Hemingford) will bo received
by the school board until Wednes
day night Aug. 91, bids should
be markod "Bids for janitor
work." The board reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
Uwiuc Olds, Directgr.
Stock of McCormick mowors at
headquarters nearly exhausted.
Come soon or you cannot get one.
Ci-auic Ol-ds. agent
Estra3'ed from our ranch at Ma
linda, Neb., about July 4th, 1808,
one dark brown 3 year-old geld
ing, white faco and ieot. Kindly
inform O. J. Wildy.
Wanted to buy a good driving
or saddle horse. Inquire at this
descriptive of Yollowstone Nation
al Park and the summer resorts
of Colorado ami containing, bo
sides maps and illustrations, a
great deal of information of inter
est to sight-seers and tourists can
be had by addressing J. Frauds,
General Passenger Agent, Bur
lington jtoute, Omaha, Neb.
Write- to J. Francis, General
Passenger Agent, Burlington
Route, Omaha, for handsome 32
page phamph't descriptivo of the
Taken up on May 12, 180S, at
my place on Section 21, Tp 27,
R. 51, one yearling mare colt,
brown color, with both hind feet
white, star in forehead, no brands.
Ono red Polangus bull, four
years old. Ho is a thoroughbred
and a lino animal; has never run
in a herd. He can be seen at
James Hollinrako's place, 8. miles
north o Homjngford.
J. W. Pnsitci:.
All trimmed hats must go at
reduced prices. Anyone in need
of a but would do well to come
and see us. First come, first
choice. Miss L. Adams.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Beaw tin Tto Kind Yoa liars Alwars Boagtt
Bean the I ho Kind Yw Have Always Bosjfct
Iho Kind Yw Have Always
" - - ' "' " " " -.,... -
And a store full of
Of latest styles, Lowest prices.
Come and see for yourself at
THE BIG DOUBLE STORE
,P S Our Stores aro.cloijcd on Sundays.
AN OPEN LETTER
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO
THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTORIA," AND
PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADEMARK.
, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was tho originator of "CASTORIA," tho samo thai
has borne and docs now bear f on every
the fac-simile signature ofGzL&ffigZ wrapper.
This is the original "CASTORIA" whicJi has been used in
the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years.
LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the hind you have always bought - on the
and has the signature of C&z&yfz&Z&t wrap
per. No one has authority from mo to use my name except
The Centaur Company, of which Chas. H. 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 he does not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
TMC eCllTAUN COMPANY. TT MURRAY TnfKT. NCWVOHH Cm.
U'lli: OI.DKST JSTAUI.!.S!IMKNT IN TIIK Cot'NTV
Charter Oak Cook Stoves,
Genuin e Round Oak Heating StOYs
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc
Special Agent for BAKER FERFECTSBarb
Wire the Best on Eai'th
HEiyilNGFORD HILLING CO.,
- - Manufacturers of
Flour, Graham, Meal and Fee4
i . IK Dealers in All Kinds of
COAL, Z-iIlZB-BIES, ICIIMIZE
Paper, Sash and Doors.
HILLER & WILDY.
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