Nebraska State Gazetteer, Business Directory and Farmers List for 1890-91
J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, 509-510 Paxton Block 1890 (Omaha, NE)
Entered according to act of Congress in the year of 1890, by J. M. Wolfe & Co.
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Benedict is a station on the St. J & G. I. Division of the U. P. Ry in the northern part of York County 10 miles from York, the county seat. It is favorably situated in a rich agricultural country, and the grain and livestock trade is a very important business interest. The population is about 200. Two hotels provide accommodations for the public. The Bank of Benedict attends to the financial needs of the community.
- Bank of Benedict, G W Post pres, Lee Martin vice-pres, B B Crownover cashier.
- Beanblossom, G W, restaurant.
- Bennett, A E sta agt O & R V R R.
- Bogart House, R Cavender prop.
- Brabham F M, prop Commercial Hotel.
- Cavender Robt, prop Bogart House.
- Commercial Hotel, F M Brabham prop.
- Davis B D, confectionery.
- Dever Samuel, barber.
- Dovenbarger Charles II, livery.
- Fairman & Harrington, genl mdse.
- Frickey Adam, livery..
- Garton M, shoebaker.
- Green J G, hardware.
- Hine L C & Co, grain, livestock, coal
- Keeler O D, coal
- Kinyon & Son, blacksmiths.
- Lett J, postmaster, notary, justice.
- McConaughey R E & Co, lumber.
- Reed B H & Co, drugs.
- Scott & Stoddard, genl mdse.
- Sprague & James, grain and live stock.
- Steinback John, harness, saddlery.
- Stryker S P, grain.
- Van Dyke J A, phys.
- Young & Chappell, wagonmakers.
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