Hull existed in a house/store located on south side of the Banner/Scotts Bluff County line in the NE corner of section 23-20-58. There was a store collocated with the post office and several other businesses were located nearby.
There was a “shoe store” located
The Star route beginning in July will be Kimball, Loriane, Randalia, Hull, Granger and Mitchell weekly. Jun, 1887 GC.
Hull’s store in Hull is the place to vote on county division. Oct, 1887 GC.
Mr. Waggy built a horse and shoe shop. Nov, 1887 GC.
At the new store was a dance with Mr. Hull and his bride attending. Nov, 1887 GC.
W. J. Merrihew has opened up a shop for watch and clock cleaning and repairing one and one half miles east of the post office. Dec, 1887 GC.
Hull people blamed for cutting down Granger’s timber. Dec, 1887 GC.
A reward is posted for the apprehension of individuals killing cattle of the big ranches. Dec, 1887 GC.
Mr. Hull has a very nice store with a good selection. Jan, 1888 GC.
Work is started on the cemetery. Jan, 1888 GC.
Church services were being held in School District 30 school house. May, 1888 GC.
Alex Calderwood opened up a blacksmith shop. May, 1888 GC.
Alex Bookwalter was taken to the state insane asylum. Jul, 1888 GC.
A. B. Hull adds shoes to his store. Aug, 1888 GC.
O. M. Ross has order a cane mill for the manufacture of sorghum. Sep, 1888 GC.
Jones M. Clapp is running a stage route through Hull and Mingo. Oct, 1888 GC.
Elections are J. S. Edgar, assessor; C. B. Whipple, justice of the peace, and T. D. Deutsch and John Chapman constables. Nov, 1888 GC.
The county division will split the community in half, from the west to the east. Nov, 1888 GC.
W. W. Rentfrow is a candidate for sheriff and G. W. Rockafield for county commissioner. Nov, 1888 GC.
Hull residents S. R. Spear and T. D. Deutsch was elected Scotts Bluff County’s first county commissioners and F Beers was elected Scotts Bluff County Treasurer. Jan, 1889 GC.
Hull residents, Old Nelson charged young Chapman with assault and after lengthy deliberations, Chapman was found guilty. Feb, 1889 GC.
The Jones M. Clapp stage line is operating to Banner, Hull and Mingo on a 6 days a week basis. Jan, 1889 GC.
The church site has been changed to the cemetery. Feb, 1889 GC.
Throughout the years the sawmill has operated in various unknown community places. 1888-89 GC.
In the North Hull precinct C. B. Whipple was appointed Justice of the Peace and Richard Beebe was appointed constable. Feb, 1889 GC.
Nearly enough lumber to build the church near the cemetery and a school in district 30 in Scotts Bluff county. District 117 in Banner county will be built of stone. Feb, 1889 GC.
Sheriff Rentfrow will move to Harrisburg. Hull Banner precinct officers were A. Clark constable, I. F. Warner road supervisor, and Jesse Ammerman assessor. Feb, 1889 GC.
By petition, the name of Hull precinct was changed by the Scotts Bluff county commissioners to Rose precinct. Mar, 1889 GC.
A. B. Hull received a fine lot of farm implements. Mar, 1889 GC.
Calvin M. Woodard became a notary public. Mar, 1889 GC.
Gering & Beers of Gering placed farm implements for sale with A. B. Hull. Mar, 1889 GC.
W. L. Ross add for his store in Mingo. Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Flour and Feed. Nails and Light Hardware. Quick Sales and Small Profits. Mar, 1889 GC.
Mr. Hull is disposing of considerable farm implements. Apr, 1889 GC.
The boys are talking of organizing a baseball club. Apr, 1889 GC.
Richard Beebe posted bond as constable in Rose precinct. May, 1889 GC.
S. B. Spear to start blacksmithing soon with new equipment from Omaha. May, 1889 GC.
William Little of Hull was implicated in horse stealing. Jun, 1889 GC.
William Little was taken to Holdredge, Fall River County, Dakota, and tried and found not guilty. Jun, 1889 GC.
The first Decoration (Memorial) day was held at Hull with about 100 attending. Jun, 1889 GC.
Old Soldiers from Rose and Hull precincts will gather at Cottonwood canyon for a picnic, by C. B. Whipple, Commander of the GAR. Jun, 1889 GC.
Scotts Bluff county brand committee met and approved fifteen to twenty brands. Sep, 1889 GC.
Z. V. Cleveland are running the Hull store while A. B. Hull is in Iowa. Oct, 1889 GC.
Hull settlers are now selling milk at the new LaGrange cheese factory. May, 1890 GC.
Mail Route, Gering to Harrisburg via Mitchell, Thompson, Granger, Hull and Banner leaves Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7:00 am and arrives Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8:30 pm. J. A. Burton, proprietor. This is a change in the mail contract from Clapp to Burton, but very good service. Jul, 1890 GC
Mail Route, Gering to Harrisburg via Mitchell, Thompson, Caldwell, Granger, Dorrington, Hull and Banner was let to a Washington man who sublet it to Mr. Anderson of Harrisburg to begin September 15th. Sep, 1890 GC
John Lewis discovered a vein of coal 27″ deep on 66 Mountain. He is trying for an state award of $4,000 for a 36″ vein of coal. Jun, 1893 GC