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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 24, 1902)
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The News at Hemingford.
KEITH L. PIKROK, RtPORTSR.
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Keith U Pierce fully nuthorUed to so
licit nutwcrlhtlons nnd Job work anil collect
and receipt for same, and tnuwact all oilier
bnalncs In connection with lit position as an
accredited representative of thin paper.
B. A M. TIME TABLE.
PawcnRor trains Iouto Htttntngford, dally,
m follow) .
No. 41, wcst,..9:40a.tn. I No. 42, cast... 3:41 p.m.
All regular trains carry passcnRers.
came up from Alliance
E. S. Wlldy
Mrs. H, U. I'lorco wont to Marple
D. E. Watson has sold Bomo cattlo to
B E. Johnson.
Almcda Foskct began a school in the
Moo district Monday.
James Kennedy and wife were In
William Dock of Box Butto was in
George Carter is employed drilling a
well on tho Illckoy ranch.
William Culver and Pearl Meyers of
Jlox Butte wero In town Saturday.
Quito a number of people attended
the "Aid" dinner at Mrs. A. 8. En-
Alonzo Sherwood has been driving
a buggy salesman over tho country
tho past few weeks.
,1, A. Hunter, wifo and son and Mibs
Edith Smith wero the guests of Mrs.
K. L. I'icrco Sunday.
Boy Esancy returned to Council
llluits Suuday evening. Roy is em
ployed by n store in tho Bluffs.
II. B. Green, Bov. C. E. Conncll C. A,
Rowland and not "101 others," but sev
eral others went on a hunting trip
Teeth extracted without pain by tho
local application of Alvetunder. 1).
Kqonh, at Hemingford October 31 and
Ira E. Tash and Mr. Ashbaugh, re
publican candidate for county commis
sioner, wero shaking hands with our
The Misses llettriek departed
Thursday evening for Missouri where
thoy will visit two weeks, returning
thence to Canada after an absence of a
Call and see samples of crowu and
brltlgo work and artificial teeth while
Dr. KoonB is in Hemingford, Friday
and Saturday, October 31 and Novem
S. 0. Lack and wifo returned Mon
day from Lincoln. Thoy report their
little boy somewhat benefited by tho
treatment he received at tho hospital
J. J. Smith was in town a short time
Saturday. John is ono of tho most in
dustrious men in our community and
he seems to glvo excellent satisfaction
in his work.
G. L. Taylor shipped the cattle he
contracted to an Iowa buyer Friday.
A. S. Enycart accompanied the cattle
to eastern Nebraska. Several others
besides Mr. Taylor disposed of cattle
to the same party.
Mrs. Isa Council and Mrs. Arnott
McCaudlcss, relatives ofMrs. McCand
less, camo up Tuesday from Wymoro
for a few weeks' visit. Thoy report
that the rear sleoper of 41 was demol
ished by a rear end collision at Scwald,
The democratic-populist precinct
ticket is as follows: Assessor, John
Kuhn; road overseer, country district,
Isaac Bickell; justico of tho pcaco,
Alonzo Sherwood and Isaac Bockoy;
constables, Clyde Whelan and A. D.
Tho many friends of Mrs. G. W,
Hatch, will regrot to hear that iho
died of Bright's dlbeasu at Hill City, S.
D., Tuesday evening, shortly before six
o'clock. Mrs. Hatch has lived sevcrtd
years on a ranch north of hero on the
Niobrara river. Shu leaves a husband
and on? daughter. Mr. Hatch and
daughter went up to Hill city on tho
passenger Wednesday. Interment will
take place in Hill City. The IIkimld
extends sympathy to tho bereaved ones.
I will sell at public auctiou at my
place three miles west and three and
one-half miles north of Hemingford,
October 30, 1002, sale to begin at 1
o'clock sharp, the following described
Forty-seven head of cattle, viz: Five
cows, 11 two-year-old heifers, 0 two-year-old
steers, 9 yearling heifers, 7
steer calves, 0 heifer calves; 1 lumber
wagon, 1 spring wagon, 1 light buggy,
1 set buggy harness, a lot of poles and
lumber, 3 good ridge poles 30 feet long,
1 pair pulleys, 1 good sled, 1 hay rake,
1 milk tank and household goods too
numerous to mention.
Terms: All sums under 310, cash;
810 and over, six and twelve months'
time will be given upon good, bankable
security, no discount for cash,
Samuel T. Huckb.
K. L. Pikoce, Clerk.
W. M. Fosket, Auctioneer.
Good pasture and hay, stabled at night.
Four miles southwest. Inquire Mollring
Bros.' Store. ' "" -
Tho undersigned will offer at public
sale on tho premises two nnd one-half
miles northwest of Hemingford, Thurs
day, November 0, i002, nt 1 o'clock
tho following property, to-wlt:
Sixty-seven head of cattle 28 eight
'milch cowb, 5 two-year-old steers, 0
yearling stocrs, 0 yearling heifers, 1
bull, S two-year-old steers, 13 last spring
steers and 0 last spring heifers; four
head of horses 1 3-year-old gelding,
1 saddlo pony 8 years old, 1 gelding
nnd 1 last spring colt: sorenty-flvo tons
of feed barley, millet and rye, 13
acres corn fodder in shock with corn
and some wood nnd wire and other
things too numerous to mention.
Terms of sale: Ten months' timo
will be given upon approved secnrlty
drawing ten per cent, por annum. All
sums of $10 and under, cash; no dis
count off for cash.
If weather is bad sale will bo post
poned until further notice.
K. L. Pikkcr, Clerk,
W, M. Foskkt, Auctioneer.
Red Letter Sale
On all lines of
Includes all the...
All customers will be given a
1 1 I 60M- IN H If
PI -AN06EE J
1 1 I'MEW SHOES I jfj
They are perfect fitting
latest styles and up to
All sizes and price3 any-
$1.25 to $3.00.
Mrs. Bass is on tho stele list this
Mrs Bass and Mrs. Randall wero the
guests of Mrs. Curtis Sunday.
George E. , Zimmerman is numbered
among tho aflllcted at this writing.
Arthur Bass ami his sister, Mrs. Vk
A. Banc till, wero In Hemingford Mon
Will Clayton has been ailing for
somo timo but is on tho mend at
Some of tho bon tons of Canton took
in tho danco at Henry Shtmek's Satur
Ben C. Curtis and his mother have
got moved luto their now house. Ben
is a model workman in building a Ne
braska brick house. '
Wo had tho pleasure of shaking hands
with an old time friend and staunch
citizen of Allianco Sunday In the per
son of John O'Keofe. who nassed!
through these parts en route for John
Hlckey's ranch in Sioux county.
Georgo Lemon of Dawes county was
in this vicinity Monday gathering up
his cattle which tho Bass brothers had
been keeping for him. Bofore leaving
he sold four head of calves to Mrs.
Bass and five head of older cattle to
W. A. Randall
The singing at J. W. Broshar's Sun
day was out of sight. Among those
present was B, C. Curtis, tho great so
prano singer and violinist of Slonx
county, who entertained tho company
for some timo with vocal and instru
mental music. Also, Miss BeEslo Shet
ler gave tho company some good tenor
It makes us feel sad io have to chron
icle another accident to Miss Mary
Clayton. Tuesday morning after start
ing for her school her horse becamo
excited, ran away, threw her off and
sprained her wrist- and bruised her
otherwise qulto severely, Tho horse
ran a few rods further, stepped into a
hole and fell and killed itself. This is
the third timo such an accident has
happened to Mary and she now affirms
mat wanting is good and is not all
From somo cause unknown to us our
items have, failed to come out in the
IIkkali) for a few weeks past. We
don't think it is oir fault, as we have
startud them in good time. (Week be
fore 1 as! in only timo recently we have
fulled to publish every correspondence
that iwitne in. That week all of them
wero crowded over to the next week
by an unforseen pressure of other mat
ter. Wo shall try to have them all ap
pear promptly hereafter. Emtok.)
uox nurrn bounders.
Willlati Banks and family left last
week for their old homo in Iowa. Thov
have lived hero for tho past' two years
and have made many friends who are
sorry to seo them go.
Miss Mae Heath closed a successful
terra ul school in the Clark district
last Frlcuvy. She commenced teaching
the following Monday morning in dis
trict No. 10.
C. C. Ruggles left last Friday for the
eastern part of the state where he will
canvass for the Globe cabinet.
Messrs. Judson and A. S. Gerdes de
livered a flno bunch of cattle at All l-
Mrs. A. a. Gerdes has just received
five full-blood chickens of the rose
comb leghorn breed. Mrs. Gerdes has
a fine flock of these chickens.
Dr. Koons, dentist, of Alliance will
positively extract teeth without pain
by the use of Alvetunder. At Heming
ford Friday and Saturday, October 31
and November 1.
Notlco to Taxpayors.
Are your 1901 taxes paid? Tui-iale will
commence November 3d, and if your tax
is not paid for last year or previous years
your property may be sold.
Oct. 23rd to Nov. 1st.
TRIMMING AND LINING INCLUDED.
Alliance Cash Shoe Store,
TH0S, 0LSEN, Proprietor,
Lumber nnd Building Material.
! Forest Lumber Co.
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Estimates Cheerfully Given.-
WE MAKE ALL
"dipping m. !
W. B. AOHESON.
J. E. JODER
ACHESON & JODER,
Successors to BECK & CO.
Dier ks' Lumber! Coal Co.
Lumber and Building
We Can Also Make
a Loan in the
Nebraska Central Building and Loan Association
SO AS TO HELP YOU GET A HOME. ,
Alliance Bowling Alley,
W. S. RIDGELL, Proprietor.
?u sus frpsucu. wvs Tte.es, Ctaawesfx &w&Tb&s
Majestic Ranges and
Estate Oak Soft Coal Heaters
Opera House Block.
W. IT. ConniN, V. Pres.
P. M. Knight, Pros. O. II. Connett, Cashier.
Alliance National Bank,
2S Incorporated. Safe. Conservative. V ..
Capital Paid in $50,000. '
DIUEOTOUS : K. M. Knight, 13. P. Bottlehelm, W. H. Corbln, Thos. Beck, P.W. Harris.
tW MONEY LOANED ON APPROVED SECURITY.
V. A. Hampton, President
A. S. Reed, Vice President
R. M. Hampton, Cashier
G. Hampton, Ass't Cashier.
Appointed Amusement Place in the West,
and Invite All to Call. Ladies
Bowling, Billiards and Pool.
CIGARS, TOBACCOS AND
ONE DOOR NORTH OF
B. M. HOTEL.-
G. A. WHITE, Proprietor.
Lunch Counter in Connection.
WE AIM TO PLEASE.
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Opp. XZUeu Gtrsuaci, JU.lla.no, XTartsrsuilca..
First National Bank,
Surplus and Profits, $20,000.
Directors: W. A. Hampton. A. S. Reed E. C. Hampton. R. M- Hampton..
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JAMES BA'KItV, I'res. O. ITAYIXIR. V. Pres. KEITII h. PIERCE, Cashier.
Fitfst Scte Bqril,
a Authorized Capital, - - - $10,000.
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BOARD OP DIREOTOPS:
J. II. Snint Jauks Bariit. Ksitii U Piihcv. o. L. Tayloh.
ran Interest paid on time deposits. Exchange furnished on eastern banks.
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