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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1902)
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The News at Hemingford
.KEITH L. PIERCE, RlPOHTEn.
Keith L. Plerco IS fullr
authorised to. so
licit subscriptions and Job work nnd collect
and receipt for amo, and transact all otnor
buslncs fit connection with his position ns ftti
Accredited representative of this paper.j
B. A M. TIME TABLE.
PaMcniccr trains leave Uomlngford, dully,
as follows! ... , .,
No. 41, west.. .8: 40a.m. I No. 42, cast.. .3:44 p.m.
All reirulnr trains carry passengers.
Mike Shlmek was In town Wednes
day. Willie Walker is very 111 with pneumonia,
Sam Srav&cr was up from Alllaneo
Ira Rcodwas In town on ofllctnl busi
A. II. McLaughlin brought In the re
turns from Lawn precinct.
C. Olds and W. M, Iodenco went to
Alliance Tuesday evening.
Roy Drown has been vlstttng with
his parents hero for a fow weeks.
Miss Alexander is visiting with her
mother, Mrs. Alexander, for a fow
S. W. Christy of Johnson, Nob., dis
posed of a car load of apples to our
merchants this week.
0, Olds has two extra 'phones for sale
at 314.05 each. Auyono wanting ono
can sea sumo at postofllec
The lino of telephones west of town
will bo coinnloto In a short tlmo. The
wlro Is bolng put up this week.
Everett Lorning, a cousin of F. J.
Lyon, the B. & M, agent hero, was
killed ut Laramie, Wyo., In a railroad
accident last week.
A Il'ollowo'en social at tho home of
Mr. und Mrs. II. II. Punk under the
auspices of tho Epworth Leaguo was a
very enjoyable affair and well attended.
G. W, Loer received a handsome ma
jority from the voters Tuesday. Mr.
Loer has reason to be proud of tho en
dorsement and vindication ho received.
S. T. Hucko loaded a car for Ilolgrade
Mont., Tuesday. Sam disposed of all
his stock at public auction a wcok ago
Thursday, realizing good prices. Ho
will bo employed In A. J. Palmer's mill
during the winter or until ho can find
something more favorable.
Jerry Wells, Will Roth, Geo. Uehncr,
Mrs Mehrkons, Henry Urus, Androw
Tschachcr, A. .S. Enyeart, Luko Phil
lips, S. S, Wright, 0. C. Hucke, Prod
Hucko, A, Hucko, Androw Johnson, G.
Nordncss, Peter Anderson and Peter
Swanson were among thoso who at
tended tho Oldag sale Thursday.
Willlo Esancy was given a surprise
party at Mrs. Sherwood's Tuesday even
ing. Willlo was well liked by all tits
classmates and did well in his studies,
lie was tho soul of honor, conscientious
and Industrious In school nnd always
had a job during vacation. A young
man of Willie's disposition and ability
is bound to get on and up in tho world.
Ho went out to Pred Neclaud's Wed
nesday and expects to go to Omaha
Monday with cattle from llay Springs.
Wo arc pleased to chronicle tho mar
riage this week of Miss Clara Moo to
Mr. P. 0. Styvo of Albert Lou, Minn.
Mr. Styvo is a merchant und is said to
bo u well-to-do and upright citizen.
Miss Moo was a schoolmate of the
writer. She was ono of the brightest
girls in school and since has attended a
seminary in Minnesota. Thus she Is
fitted to be a helpmate Indeed to tho
man of her choice. They will depart
soon for their now home lu Minnesota
and take with them the well wishes of
a host of frlonds in this county.
Arthur Donovan and Miss Addle
Drown were married at Alliance Mon
day. Wo are not personally acquainted
w'ith the groom, but he Is said to be an
enterprising young man of fine habits
and character. Thebrldols well known
here, being a Box Dutto county girl
and ono of the many of which the
county may well bo proud. These
young people will live on tho Steve
Drown ranch southwest of town and
Mrs. Drown will probably go to tho
Hills to be with her husband who is
employed thero. Wo congratulate Mr.
and Mrs. Donovan and trust they will
find married life all they have pictured
it to bo.
Some have asked us what the law Is
in regard to railroad crossings being
held by freight trains. Wo have had
the matter looked up and find thov
have a right to hold it lor continuous
passage only, and If they stop to tako
water they must cut the crossing. This
of course would be too much to ask or
expect bub It does look like they could
do a little better with tho north cross
ing. There Is a flue of $50 for holding
a crossing. Alonzo Sherwood is justice
of tho peace and W. M, Foskct is con
stable. A warrant sworn out before
Sherwood could beserved immediately
and tho business all done up "while
you wait," and In much less time than
the tlmo many people have to wait.
The conductor has charge of a train so
he would be tho man to bear the re
sponsibility. Several have asked us
what could bo done and the abovo is
what a lawyer told us. Wo would rec
ommend forbearance, but whenever
forbearance ceases to be a virtue we
should do what we legally could do.
W. L. Walker was elected assessor;
Alonzo Hhorwood ond Isaac Rockey,
justices of tho peace; Clydo Wholnn and
W. M. Foskct, constables; Luko Phillips,
road overseer for Dorsoy precinct.
Miss lulco McCorklo of Alliance will
give a recital In tho Congregational
church Saturday, November IS. It Is
expected that this entertainment will
be given to a largo audience, as Miss
McCorklo Is a well known elocutionist.
Tho prlcos aro twenty conts and ten
ccntu for children. Tho following will
bo tho program given;
Their First Unpleasantness. , , .Selected
Prior to Miss Dell's Appearance.. Riley
Tho Telltale Selected
Tho Dukite Snake. Pcako
Nigger Daby ltcrtha Wilson
The Christmas Story Sceno I
, Uertha Wilson
Music ... Solectcd
The Christmas Story Scene II.
Papa's Little Doy Rlloy
So WnsI J. D. Smiley
Tho First Settler's Story. .WlUCarleton
I ifosrwBHMnnl Boys i
-"'AND SEE" sMb& ' 2
m t- HLJ VSi- XV ; tt They arc perfect fitting X
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I flEW SHOES jjpfd date footwear.
3fc Lw 10. K "Sf All sizes and prices any- jjji
W y IS- Si where from W
"- ' $1.25 to $3.00.
Miss Fanny Derry spent Saturday nnd
Sunday at homo.
J. E. Wilson camo down from Alli
ance Sunday morning and returned tho
L. D Blair and J. C. Derry returned
from Omaha Saturday morning.
W. C. Phlpps of tho state university,
passed through hero last Friday enrouto
to Chadron to visit his brother, and
stopped off on his way back to hold
down his claim, visit friends and vote.
E. P. Sweeney shipped several ears
of cattlo from here Tuesday night to
W. G. Wilson and J. C. Derry loft for
Rushvillo Wednesday morning, taking
tho election returns with them and ex
pecting to attend to other business
Mrs. Wm. McCabo's mother, father
and Bister arrived here Wednesday from
Colorado and expect to spend tho win
ter with them.
Thomas Regan was out from Alliance
Inst Tuesday to voto and hold down his i
Joseph Herrian came homo from
Omaha Thursday morning after a stay
of two weeks.
Roy Strong came up from his homo
Tuesday, voted and visited his claim,
but failed to bring his brido with htm.
Tho Reno people all join in wishing
them a long and happy life.
Notice of Sulc.
In tho District Court of Box Rutto County,
Nebraska. A. M. Miller vs. E. S. Wlldy.
This cause ramo on for hearing upon the
nmulcutlonofT. J. O'Koofo. receiver herein
Alliance Cash Sboe Store,
THOS. OLSEN, Proprietor.
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Dierks' Lumber l Coal Co.
W. S. AOUESON.
.T. B. JODER
ACHESON & JODER,
Successors to BECK & CO.
Lumber and Building
oa auo. "MOooa.
We Can Also Make
a Loan In the
Nebraska Central Building and Loan Association
SO AS TO HELP YOU GET A HOME.
for on orJor to sell nil tho property, Iwth real
tho best Interest of all parties concerned that
and icnionl, of tho co-partnership of Miller
It Wlldy and It nppoarinn 10 rno tnai . is 10
mill nrnnnrtv uhould
ordered that tho said T,
bo sold. It Is therefore.
T. J.O'Kcofe. receiver.
roccod forthwith to soil all of tho property.
Kini? xo sum co
:incis and under
Ills control as such receiver. That such salu
bo fo rcash In hand and before belllnK such
property uotlco of said salo to uo published
for four consecutive weeks In somo nows
paper of general circulation In Uox llutto
county. That the various pieces nnd parcels
of real estate belonging to fald co-partnership
bo otfered for salo separately and that tho
personal property bo advertised and offered
for salo lu lots or parcels which will sell to tho
best advantage to said co-partnorshtp. It Is
further ordered that after tho completion of
tho salo of said properly, tho recelvor heroin
mnlrn n full, rnmnlnfn nnd llnal rtinnrt of all
of his dolnics as such receiver and that ho (lie
tho same with tho Clerk of tho District O our
of said llox llutto County.
Dnnn t i-lniinlKrs In cllv of Alliance. In said
llox llutto uounty tins zm uay 01 uciooor,
W. H. Westovkh,
.IndRo of tho District Court,
Alliance Cash Meat Market.
ONE DOOR SOUTH OF OPERA HOUSE.
Fresh and Salt Meats,
FISH AND OYSTBRS
Majestic Ranges and
Estate Oak Soft Coal Heaters
Opera House Block.
ALLIANCE HEAT CO., Prop.
Cash Paid for Hides'
B. dc M. HOTEL.
G. A. WHITE, Proprietor.
&00& T&oavd aw& Ce.a, Covcovaie "Blooms.
V. M. Kniqiit, Pros.
O. 11. Connett, Cashier.
W. H. ConniN, V. Pros.
Alliance National Bank,
-2 Inoorporated. Safe. Conservative. 22
Capital Paid in $50,000.
DIItEOTOUS: K. M. Knight, U. l Dcttlcliclin, W. Il.Corbln, Thos. Beck, P.W. Harris.
E2T MONEY LOANED ON APPROVED SECURITY.
A. S. Reed, Vice President
R. M. Hampton, Cashier
Hampton, Ass't Cashier.
First National Bank,
Surplus and Profits, $20,000.
Directors: W. A. Hampton. A. S. Reed E. C Hampton. R. M Hampton.
Furniture repairing neatly done.
139. Geo. Daruno.
Lunch Counter in Connection.
WE AIM TO PLEASE.
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Opp. KCila errand, .A.11 anoe, 3STetorasl&a,
JAMES DARKY. Pres. O. L. TAYLOH. V. Pres. KEITH L. PIEUOE, Cashier.
hfs Sfcit'e Bqulfj,
Authorized Capital, - -
Newberry's Hardware Establishment.
I v, RANGES I
I i"1 in 1
II. 1L GltEEN.
BOARD OK DIRECTORS:
J. H. SninK. James Barry. Keith L. Pierce.
G. h. Taylor.
Exchange furnlshod on eastern banks.
t3T Interest paid on tlmo deposits.
Loans made on good security.
Lumber and flulldlns Material.
The largest line of Steel and
Cast Ranges ever shown in
Western Nebraska. Ranges
from $25.00 to $62.50.
Forest Lumber Co.
"SVW Ttuwis o SoumlQw axvi
Estimates Cheerfully Given.-
WE MAKE ALL
Largest Stock of G-lass in Alliance.
The Herald has the best equipped Job Office in the
west, and turns out the best work.
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