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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1902)
GETTING AWAY FROM HOME
Batrlt of ftetlenea end
Destra far Cfcaasre.
Judging by a good deal of tbe con
versation of the present day, there are
a large number of people who have a
positive horror of hbme. This curious
revulsion of feeling Is taken by many
persons as a sign of eoclnl deteriora
tion. For our own part tvo find H dlffl
cult to take It quite seriously or to sea
In It anything mora than a naming
Nobody nowadays likes monotony
Change Is what people dcBlro not per
haps any great change, but lots of
mall change; not necessarily for the
better, but for Its own sake. Now,
there Is a great sameness about one's
own four walls, bo they ever so hand
aomo. Wo all feel at times an overpow
ering desire to look at somelhlag else.
Wo cannot change tho patterns r the
pictures on them every ay,,and aetther
thoy nor tho home furniture ever Beems
to alter in expression.
Again, there Is a terrible sameness
About one's own cook. Experience ena
bles us to foretell the taste of every
thing at home, from the soup to tho sa
vory if we are rich and from tho mut
ton to the cheese If wo aro poor;
whereas If we dine at a restaurant
everything down to the salt la differ
ent) and tho restaurant Is refurnished
dally with new faces.
Then, again, tbe music and stir going
e-n around one avoid tho noceselty far
much conversation, and conversation
In tho homo circle Is sometimes diffi
cult and sometimes dull. It does not do
always just to say what one thinks?' it
Is such bad practice for dining out,
and, this being the case, it is not easy
sometimes to think what to say.
Nowadays we get, socially Bpeaking,
tired of our friends and eveu of our ac
quaintances. We want them to pass
continually before us like a street pro
cession. Instead Of that they rather
resemble a stage, crowd and keep com
lag up again. There is a limit to those
we know, a limit even to those we
should like or should be likely to know
even by sight, and at a restaurant this
latter Umlt Is disregarded. The barrier
t good manners which forbids that
those who are acquainted with one. an
ether should speak la sufficient to pro
tect our station or our dignity, but it
te not a very high fence, and It Is one
which It is amusing to look over. Lon
Jndffn Dnvl Wit."
The late Noah Davis, justice of tho
supremo court of New York, was ona
of many Judges and lawyers who
make tho courtroom, tho Scene pf some;
of our best wit niid humor. Tho New
Xrk Commercial Advertiser gives
jOnco a lawyer objected to n witness,
but Judge Dnvls refused to sustain
him. Tho lawyer rrlcd, "But, your
honor, I Bubmtt" And hero ho broke
"That's right," said tho Judge quick
jM "always submit. Crier, adjourn
In ono caso over which ho presided
there wero flfty-flvo dlatfjtfct2 flfTonses
and four counts on each offense! 220 In
"Woll," said Judge Davls'thcra aro
more counts than In a German' princi
pality." - it i ii 1 1 i
4 ' i
Pitted For Polttlca.
"sWhat makes you think he would be
a great success In politics '
"lie can say more things thnt sound
well nnd menu nothing thnu ny other,
man I ever know ''-ChlcuKO Post.
By virtue of im order of alo iniucd hy
tho clerk of tho dlnttlct court or llox Iluttu
comity, isehruakar upon a decree rendered
by Nitut court In favprnf tho Dunk of Atodalo
an Iowa Corporation Is plaintiff, mid mtnlnit
Amirat Olson, defendant, i will. outliniSnd
day of Deoemixjr, A- D. iftt!, nt 10 o'clock iu
in. nil -mid day, ntthu wct front door of the
court house In Alliance. In said county, (sell
tin) 'following dewrllied real etitnte. to-wlt:
The uortlieait quarter of portion XI, town
ship 25 north, range 48 west of fltli P.
Mi, In llox Iluttu county, Neliriwkii, at puli-lli-
auction to the hluhcHt lildder for rash,
to satisfy wild order of sale, in the sum of
ft 1V17, nnd Intercut, coats and, accruing twts,
iHilileet NMW.M?, tiixe and Interest.
In A itnrn, Hherirrof wild Countv.
V, U. rjlmonwni. AU'v for Plaintiff. 11-21-Rt
shcii rr.H snic,
Mv virtue of an order of ftalc Issued by tho
clerk of-tho district court of llox.nutlo
county, upon u decree rendered
In favor of .lames N. Clarke, receiver, of tho
it uumtr.t iv. n
K. VutturMin, Jennie
by said court
Nipped la tho Hit, f
"Ob, Alfredl Isn't It too badl Jnst ns
we bad everything so nicely arranged
for our elopement; father: Una gone
and sanctioned tho match." Hnrper's
Few things aro necessary for the
wants of this life," but It takes an In
finite number to satisfy the demands
" SOMfe PUZZLERS.
Hew many teeth have you
. How high (in Inches) la a ellk hat?
Which way does the crescent moon
turn, to the right or left?
How many toes has a cat en each
fore foot? On each hind foot?
What color are your employer's eyes?
The eyea of the man at the next desk?
In which direction is the face turned
n a cent? On a quarter. ? On dime?
How many steps' lead from the street
to tho front door of your houeo or flat?
What are the exact words on a two
cent stamp, and in which direction is
tho face on it turned?
Wrlto down, offhand, the figures on
tho faco of your watch. The odds are
that you will make at least two mis
takes In doing this.
What is the name, signed in facsim
ile, on any dollar, two dollar, five dol
lar or ten dollar bill you ever saw?
Tou'vo read jJosens of those names.
Can you remember one?
Your watch has some words writtca.
or printed on Its face You have seea
these words a thousand tiroes. Write
them out correctly. Few can do this.
Also what is the number In the case
et your watch? Washington Times.
She After nil, what is the difference
between illusion nnd delusion?
He Illusion Is tho lovely fancies we
have about ourselves, and dclusionls
the foolish funcles other pcoplo have
about themselves. Life.
NeliruHku Loan and Tnut Company,
tiir.iino iiffnirm w nttr r. I'liiterson,
l'nMiTTuin. IiIk wife, mid tho Countv
Hnx Itutlt. NehriiKkii are defendant). I
will, on I lie 13th day of .January, A.D 1903
hi JO o'clock a.m. on wild day. at the west
front door of the courthouse. In Alliance In
sulci county, kcII the following described real
exiute, to-wlt: tho southwest U or ftectlon 14,
of township a north, run ire 48. west of eth
principal meridian in llox uutto county, Ne
braska, at public auction to tho hluhest
bidder for cash, to satisfy said order of fcnlo
In the sum of $1,(X5.07 and Interest, costs nnd
accruing costs. ,
Sheriff, of Said County.
Umitu PTBTrtB, Attorney for Plaintiff.
First publication, Docembcr 12.
Tho fellow who stands on his dignity
may discover that dignity Is just'as
slippery as n banana skin. St. Louie
In Turkey red hair is countc
keauty, and tho women JrJ
The Bar &4 tfc Farm.
How often we hear parents discour
age the boyB who wish to stay on the
farm I They refer to farm work as
drudgery and that which tends to make
them Blares to work rather than Inde
pendent min. The biggest boys are
educated for professional men and In
many Instances excel, but the vast ma
jority of these, with a good practical
education such as can bo gained in our
schools of agriculture, would become
wealthy, progressive farmers, with fine
farms and beautiful homes, If they had
been encouraged nnd advised to stay
by tho old farm and make it a Buccesa,
That Now Hook on tho li)d
Is off tho press and ready fq
It Is a little bit tho best
script vooo this wonderful
omlng yet issued, It Rives?
ot its farms, cardens, cattlil
gating canals, oil fields and
tho golden opportunities
thirty-one splendid half-toi.
graphs. Free to any add
1 . Francis, G P, A.. Bin
Finds It Vcrv Satl
r Lincoln, Neb.,
Mr. Landvf Clark Agent,
Dear Sir In reply v- your.
how I regard Sheridan coal,
having tried it during the
furnace, kitchen range and ilfil
have found it satisfactory inj&Tl
Being almost smokelcsi aadii
property of holding fire for a
fact, until every vestige of Tew
aumed, I have found it vcrfgi
for use-in a furnace desicned far
. .. . . . 1TTO1
Its cleanliness together with Has
of holding fire makes it desirfoji
in kitchen range and in grate
, E. T. Hartley.
t. . . ,
dry as to
Amplication For PcrrnlsHlon to Sell .Min
ora' Kent Kstntc.
In the District (tourt of Hox, Hutti county in
thurniuttor.otthe appllciitlon of AllaGloo-
ktn, KuarUlun, toholl roal estate.
Tills causo coming on for hearing upon the
application of AlluGookln, puardlan-of ltay
mond flookln, Merret Oookln, Ethel Qookln
and Hnth Qookln to bell thewest half of Sec
tion a-j, Township 28, noith of Itaimo 40, tho
northwest quarter of Section 4 and tho north
east quarter of Bcctlon 5 in Township 27 north
of Uango 49 all In tho County ot Uox Hutto and
Htato of Nebraska, real estate of said wards,
for tno nuruoso or maiuiaininc anu i-uiiuumiK
her said wards, and It appearing from the ie
tltlon of said Kuardlau that tho personal
property und the IncOme ot said real estate is
not sufficient to maintain and educate said
minors and that it will lift beneficial to said
wards to sell said real estate. It N therefore,
ordered that all persons Interested lnsald real
property appear lieforo tho undersigned t
Unshvlfle, Nobraaka,on tho 8th day of Dccom
bcr, lUetJ. at 10 o'clock a, ta. of said day to
show causo why ii license should not bo grant
ed to said guardian to sell said real estate for
the purpose of mrdptalnlng and educating
said minors. s
It Is further ordered, that notice of said
hearing bo given to ull persons interested In
111 tho III I Hill fc)IBHM II Bllll lllipMII I
tH JHpitisWiMMyvrVT MfwT WwS Hot
i Judge District Court,
J)eUila8a day of October, lBOfl. 'H-H-9
ortWnuarjorat km ef tk MottrlHa-
RAM Live Stertt mtmpmr.
glvon ot th lRCOrponttWH
im r.inw riiiirh rn nr!
i & i? "c -. ttMMa. t -ri -'
tat) MimW 01 oorpontMon :,
rpiu tMluVfl n't fch'3itf in be tnuuuotod
by eorpoUon hU,'b to buy. aetl mjim
iYenocKr tv pwrcnas ana xw !
w fntikMirinv tho nurnnMl AMdmMMMlt
the Mf BuraUoa ttii loan woiY'l
staekMl;wch)Jja M to wfomjwrii
b j wm b 1
IHh MuriMLl atank Ht HkM.
sjUm. sr ewtt. to bsoerwdi
The handsomest and most complete stock of Silk, Dress
j G-oods Trimmings and Waistings to he sold just exactly as
quoted here. No shameful exaggeration, ho maddening dis
appointment. Call and he convinced.
Beginning Monday, DecJ
f9 J 4 ...u-w-fSSK
k Bt. u. a. jsc nmap7r:ia,F ra-'fc
5Vb w Sms axv
oVvrts. . .
ieejMsnjMMaa ma kj wii"
UinyaMirte prorootfe ut l4fcr-
iife Hi.eoittnMlK of bmriay
k ; -i,r.
TiMHyiirr va tw pw we rvqtttH
utmrnzwra. . v
fiuitlmnnf rr.mmenc.lnW buslneaa No'fwii'
her, 1st. 1S9B. W eoijiowtk' to cetrthiwi
aarliat the iwrtf ft m years, f .
TSohlghest amount of ludobtednfcssw. any
time HaTt not bo auw thn f 5,eeo.
affairs of said corporation snail bo con-
u l rectors ot ho more
thaa Are and fro
Bated Xllhwice, Ntbraska, Dccotobe 4th,
MotutiNQ-ioViC ttv Stock Oohpant.
wua iMroctoMSHiui ue
VresViwjt. treasurer nnd General
35 yards ofalf'-Wool Clievtetjf Me, pUck.:ahdjfl)
Vthjfi.oo'andjii.25 ' .kWtiifi
Sktrice - i 4L ' -5nf"3sFi'
2$ yards Basket 'Cloth or Ekrntne browned ..
r wkf worth fhpa , . ,. fiJf
36 yards Scotch Plaids. btifttl, mvkHttWe effects,
abaolutdy tbf newet, worth ftt.as -T fi?
3 j yard Covert Cloth; ,blu, wfrje, red v'ntl 'gray,
Worth' 1,50 " '7 '07Vjm
IOr 4ii'34Ajk ,J-aTV t- -w 1
- - ver gray attdaYk?r, wsrth is t t
and 2,00 perard now" .lTfti , t -...v. V
25 yarda'Brd4otrij. black and rad, , .-.,, , ,
s m MM jw aWQ
worth J 1.507
100 yard CaHcfo:
,4- " t
Alert For a AbkcL.
Mr. Stormlngton Barnes and his lead
lag man were passing a village church.
"Listen I" exclaimed the eminent tra
gedian. "Does the music of tho choir carry
you back to your boyhood daysT'
"No; but you know how long we have
been looking for some ono with money
Who was willing to back the show."
"Well, I think I bear some ono inside
thero singing 'X Want to Bo an An
gel.' " Washington Star.
Alarm Tht Worked.
First Office Boy What's Johnny hur
ryln' fer? Looks like ho heard a fire
Second Office Boy lie did. De boss
aid If ho wasn't back from dat er
rand in ten minutes he'd lose his Job!
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.
She Spoke Too Early.
, Lady (with awfully painted cheeks)
My portrait Is very good, but don't you
think that tho a cheeks are a trifle
Artist Yes, thoy aro not done yet
X leavo that to the last Pllegende
Aa Interesting Boelc.
"I've had great pleasure today In re
viewing a book that Is entirely new to
me." said tho literary editor.
"What's that," Inquired the snake
altor, "a bankbook?" -Philadelphia
In tho matter of tho application of Alia
Oookln, Kuardlau, for license to sell tho real
estate ot her wards:
'Jlstlco Is hereby given that In pursuance of
an Order of W. II. Westover, JihIko of tho Dis
trict Court ot Bos Iluttu county, Nebraska,
made on tho nth day of December, liKJJ, for
tho sale of the real estate heielnafter de
scribed, thero will bd sold at the west front
door.of tho court honso In the city of Alliance
lit nox Ilitttitciiuntv lino stivtii of XolmisKu.
on tho rith day of January, Wi at 10 o'clock
1. in. in puouc veiiuuo 10 1110 iiikiicsi oiuuer
aorcash tho following described real estate,
to-wlt: Tho west half ot section SJ In town
ship ZH north of raiiiro 49, tho northwest quifr
ier of section 4 und tho northeast quarter ot
section A In township 27 north, or raiiKQ 40
west of the sixth principal meridian In Ne
braska. Hald sain will remain open one hour.
ALU uooKin, Uuardlan.
RKPAIUINO A SPF.OlAITY.
OltnKns'cALLED FOR ANI? DF.LIVKnED
Notice to Defendant.
A, K. Hartnmu will take iintlcu that on the
10th day ot Octolier, IPOS, an notion was com
menced by Wm. V. Norton, plaintiff, against
A. K, Hartman,, (tlr.st uaino not known) de
fendant, to recover of defendant tho umof
f 10.40 beforo U A. Kerry, Justice of tho pence
In and for Alliance Second wurd product,
Uox Uutto county, Nebraska, uud that an or
der ot attachment was Issued In said action,
and property consisting of money in the
hands of tho Chicago, Uurllmrton &. Quliicy
Hallway Co. has lKsen attached In &.Udactiou.
Bald causo was continued to December 15th,
lQOi. at tho hour of 0 o'clock a. in.
Dated November SI, lOOd.
It-Sl-Hw Wm. W Nohton Plaintiff.
MISS MAGGIE BARRY, Pop rtetrcss
Good Table Board
sr iff,m ,?. . A-m3ki-f 'luh ?m..
uiSk : MfcSI
. .. "ggje2F' I
Ladies' Flannel Waists at one
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks
Shoes at Costja?
o yards Brocades, vvc-rTh'fj'.oo and fjkl
i XvXTlt lOT . U . , ,, -. k-ftt - " m "
stjo yard Hwrettav;jm a4t colors,, selHnf; at
1 j "- ' . awipf a 1 - m.
F7m'"VJ"W!l?ii' f J
0W JJfl,,r3)H?i.4..V'f'(!,r 'fr-r mm
300 yards NoVeMBratW' God, J 'T'l
worth 65c and c,- sakf pr k' f .. ,J,jf 2'
50 yards Drees Gbods,j, -" ' . i
1 W,orUi 40c. forn, 2 .. "..-,'. ,.. ,.,., --i
00 yard4 Drtws GoxHk.u t JE
i 'worth a;c for .-,.iJ .liE, iJ'
T ., ' . -' S V vV - - - -
: :r.- s c
gown8,in"trijitcst shades, wbrti 6$c j4 Qt
-now . ., . .- -, -TJ
Hn vfl'rdsiTrieott Plnnnnl (nr vnstiojm. ManTr? hlnn t
" mMI - ... .,. r. ....... -,,.. .....n-rHK . ...wp., ...
... t-l I A 1 A , ... g
mi'WUU IJItl SllllIO UIIU IIII1K Willi
Wool t-repe, evening
shades, worth 51.25, for
25 Silk Waist Patterns, Persian, Jap
-...-V'fsj-- nJJ5.. i
-jiuo jraiua fiwa uuuus,
worth, 15c, for ., ..-. ja
400 yards Henrietta and
latest out, worth S3.25 andl-j.sd
4 heavy French Flannel Waist Patterns, embroid
eted band for collars and cuffs, 4 EEL
worth 53.90, now. . . ... -"w mlKJ
50 yards M,arie Silk in black, 36-inch
width, worth $1.65, sale price ..
All Trimmings one-half price.
SALT LAKE CITY
orvn 1 viiiAjw,
points west and
x: F- TMBCr
' j-v-w t r 1
1 , -j, J, 5 - '
i, S' l!
And lie more comfortable by using
ON DOORS AND WINDOWS.
You can find it with a
lot of other good things
in Stoves, Enameled
ware, etc., at
Hcbeson Si -jober's,
and all points cast and
Tkains Leave as Follows. Mountain Tim
No. l Passenger dally. Dcadwood,
Hillings, ull points north and .
No. 42 Passenger dally, Lincoln.
Omaha, Chicago and all
points east 1:40a.m.
No, 301 Passenger dally, for Denver
Ogdeu.Salt Lake, Ban Kran-
clsco and all Intermediate
points, doparts ut.,....,'-?- l:Ma.m.
Na 303 Passenger dally from Denver
and alt Intermediate pplnts.
arrives at.... ..? 10:10.i.m.
No. 43 Local passenger dally from
Omaha, Lincoln and inter
mediate points urrlves at..,, &:fA u.m.
Na4 Local passenger dally," for
omana, Lincoln ana interm
dlato points, departs at... .&
so. SXJDaliy, excop sunaay. 101
points south and west, de
No. 306 Dally, except Sunday, from
south and west, arrives
8:30 R. W
No. 17 Freight dally.except 8unday,
for Dead wood and Billings. 10; 50 a. m
No. 45 Freight,
No. 49 Freight dally, for
1:00 a. m,
12 n. m.
No. 49 Freight, for northwest
No, 50 Freight from northwest, ar
rive Denver freight, dally except
Mnndnv. arrives at
Nil not itanver frelcht. dally excout
Saturday, leaves at 5 SO a.m.
Bleeping, dining and. reclining chair curs
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets sold
und baggage checked to any polut in the
United States or Canada. For information
time table and tickets call on or write to J,
KitEjDixuAcaii.Agtont.oj: J- FaAjJC,. .Gen
eral Passenger Agent, Omaha. Nehraska.
Alliance Bowling Alley,
W. S. RIDGELL, Proprietor.
"frUxM frxst ew i Te,Be,sft. eeaxves sitvit Bet.
Appointed Amusement Place in the West,
and Invite All to Call. Ladies -Especially
Bowling, Billiards and Pool.
ONE DOOR NORTH OF
Two of Our Churches.
One Block West and Two '
Blocks North ot
Georob CoiUns Jbitbrs, Pastor.
Sunday School 10.00 a. u.
I Preaching , 11.00 a.m.
Junior Meeting.......... 3.00 P.M.
f C. E. Meeting 7.15 r..
Preaching. ... 8.00 p. m.
Prayer Service,Thurs3ay, 8.00 p.m.
& A Hearty Welcome cfi t
TO ALL SERVICES.
AITAXCE, - NKBRASICA.
REV. E. O. HORN, PH. D..
Sunday School ..10.00 a.m.
Preaching t 11.00 a.m.
Class Meeting. 12.00 i,
Junior Epworth League., 3.00 p, w.
Epworth League........ 7.00P.M.
Prayer Service,Thursd8y. 8.00 p.m.
Everyone Is Welcomed to
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