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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1903)
J. C. Wood is shipping hay to the
Mrrf. Wirte spent last Tuesday in
C. E. McUregg was a Chadron visitor
Mrs. Amy Rrott of North Table wan
u over-Sunday visitor in this city.
Marion McCoy was down from his
ranch twelve miles northwest on Sun
James Hunter had business in town
a conplo of days the fore part of tho
Miss Itnby McCoy spent last week
with her sister, Mrs. 1. L Wilson of
C. K. McUrogtf lias engaged to super
intend the largo ranch of John Hughes
west of town for tho coming year.
A pair of twin babies arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Jackson
on the 10th Inst. There is one of each
John Hughes left for Crawford on
Monday to visit his old friend, Ocorgo
Barngrovcr, who is undergoing a long
and painful illness.
Mrs. N. O. Poole is beiiind the boxes
in the postofllce during tho temporary
abscuce of Postmaster Suow, who is
nursing his little daughter, Fern.
Dave Colvillc, formerly a resident of
this and Sioux contics, but now of New
Mexico, tarried over Monday night ut
the Commercial hotel at this pluco.
Miss Clara Phelps came up from
Canton on Saturday and remained at
the Commercial until Sunday, taking
the passenger for her homo at Bel
mont. Charles Dorgan of Chadron and
James Hunter of Hunter's ranch
shipped 1,. '00 sheep from this station
on Saturday. They accompanied the
shipment to Onmliu.
A letter from Wm. ltlchurdson of
Omaha informs his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Richardson, that they are
grandparents' to a little daughter which
arrived at his house recently.
Mrs. Coolldge, a sister of Mrs. Mc
Coy, cume down from Chadron on
Wednesday night. She will return to
Chadron in a few days having engaged
to clerk for Mrs. Woodard.
Kritz Hoffman had a land cuse In
court which necessitated his being at
the county seat a few days recently.
We haven't heard which come out
ahead, Fritz or the other fellow.
The Chadron Times says that "Pat
Gregg of Marsland was courting at the
county seat last week." We don't be
lieve It. Ho must have been there Cor
something else. Pat does his courting
An agent for the Omaha News was
soliciting subscriptions in this place on
Tuesday, and strange to say somo who
do not take the county papcr3 to advise
them of what Is going ou in their own
Ueorge Brltton has been gone court
ing so long that we're beglunlng to got
uneasy. It would bd a terrible thing
if George should get mixed up in some
f those indictments which Hood the
present term of the Dawes county
Miss Km nm Shlmek of Lawn and Mr.
Winnie Keano of Glrard were married
on Tuesday at the home of the bride's
parents. Miss Shlmek, who U a nice
young lady, was prettily attired in pale
blue with white trimmings. Mr. Keano
is In the employ of the B. & M., being
section foreman at ISlrard.
We understand that Humphrey and
Eugene Kendrlck, J. D. Lack and Wm.
Hollinrtike, who were courting In
Chadron last week, were so intoxicated
by court life that they failed to wake
np when Marsland was called and were
carried ou to Hemingford. The boys
place the blame on the conductor but
then we guess what the trouble was.
The illness of Fern Suow of which
we made mention last week developed
into a serious case of diphtheria. How
ever, Dr. Hartwell of Crawford had the
case well in hand before the critical
time arrived and by using antltoxine
hypodermlcally the disease was some
what batllcd, We are glad to say that
at this time Fern is very much better
and will soon be as good as new. To
prevent the spread of the disease, antl
toxine was administered to the other
children having been exposed and it Is
hoped that no other cases will develop.
About forty of Mr. Culver's friends
gave him a pleasant surprise Janu
Miss Sylvina Potmesil commenced a
term of school in the Dilllug district
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
with Mrs. Vermillion Wednesday, Feb
ruary L All are invited.
A box social was given at the Keister
bchool house last Friday evening and
nil report an enjoyable time.
Little Esther Sheldon had a very
bad fall the other day which came
near reultincr in broken bones.
Mr. Daufitt und Frank .liuUon cume
last Saturday and gave their Muter
Mre. James McLean, u pluatunl ur-prise
Our people who were on the sick list
last week have become themselves
Misa Clara Phelps closed a successful
term of five months of school in tho
Clayton district Friday This wan Miss
Phelps first term of school and wc
learn she has given good satisfaction.
Mr. Beebe of Bridgeport, the genial
livestock and tiro insurance agent, was
in theso parts Wednesday and did quite
a landofficc business while here, insur
ing quite a large number of cattle and
We are pleased to register another
marriage that is spoken of to take
place in the near future, tho contract
ing parties being a young lady near
Malinda and a gcntloman, a friend of
ours who is now visiting in Montana
looking up a location for a ranch.
Our literary is becoming so interest
ing that wo had thirteen visitors on the
last evening. Darkey dialogues are
coming in vogue and wo hope to be
able to entertain our friends who wish
to visit our society. Come. Wo have
plenty of room and to spare this win
ter. Again wc are sorry to chronicle the
departure of one of our young lady
acquaintances, Miss Clara Phelps, who
left Canton Saturday morning via the
overland route. Conductor J. W. Bro
shar being in charge of tho United
States mail, made close connection at
Lawn with the ilyer between Lawn
and Marsland. Miss Phelps will be
missed from our midst as she was one
of our Sunday school teachers during
her stay hero. She goes to her home
Willie Lawrence is in very poor
Essa Heath has been sick but is bet
ter at present writing.
Mae Heath is having a vacation from
her school labors until spring.
R. II. West has been having quite a
serious time with neuralgia in his face.
Tommy Lawrence is building him u
barn with Ambrose Hadlcy as fore
man. Wm. Nye had u nice calf drowned
while going through the dip. There
were so many in the vat at the time
they kept it under until it drowned.
The party or dunce or whatever the
entertainment was at John Hays, in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lindcr was well
attended, a nice lunch was served and
n good time is reported.
Ladies Aid met with Mrs. M. P. Nn
son Wednesday, January til. The so
ciety was well represented. The next
place of meeting will bo with Mrs.
Heath February 4 if the weather Is
pleasant; if not pleasant, the following
On the evening of February 13 the
Ladles Aid of Falrvlew will give a
Valentine social at the home of Fred
Hadlcy to dispose of some articles that
they hud prepared for a fair. A free
lunch will bo served consisting of
bread, butter, pickles, pie, cake und
coffee. Come one, come all and bring
your wife or best girl or somebody else
Half Kates to Lincoln.
OnJuuuary 18 to 24, lliu:, the Bur
lington will sell tickets from any point
in Nebraska to Lincoln and return at
one fare for the round trip. Tickets
good returning until February 3. Ask
the Burlington agent.
Notice of Dissolution of l'artncrt.lilp.
Alliance, Neb., Dec. 31, '02.
This is to certify that A. Blackburn and
C. L. Snedeker have this day dissolved
partnership by mutual consent. A. Black
burn will assume all liabilities of the
above firm and all bills due the firm will
be collected by him. All those knowing
themselves indebted will please call and
C. L. Snedeker.
Will Whiter Horses.
I will take horses from now until May
t, to winter on good range and water,
section 13, town 27, range 48, nine miles
east of Hemingford, Neb. Clavton
Wo r ley.
Those neckties are dandies, at Norton's
Tho sting of the tarantula (a mime
derived from Tnranto. a town In Italy),
the most venomous of spiders, was pop
ularly supposed to produce a dlsense
cnllcd tarantlsm, which could be cured
only by music or dancing, and the
dance which cured it wns called taran
tella. You can see the peasants dance
the tarantella now, but without wait
ing for spider bites.
Why They Were Clean.
Teacher Now, I want all the chil
dren to look at Tommy's hands and ob
serve how clean they are, and see If all
of you cannot come to school with
cleaner hands. Tommy, perhaps, will
teli us how he keeps them so nice.
Tommy Yes'm. Ma makes me wash
tho breakfast things every morning.
After n limn I 11 ft y you run Tool him
hy MtyiiiK In In niiart. but you can't
fool him by Bitylnj; he U pretty or nwwt
A Qvtimfm Mo.
GrevlM doxw not toll tb folkmlnx
atorjr, in bl fetnoua "Meroolra," but It
is a fitting return for his own rather
malicious wit: On u occasion, when
Lord A Ivan ley was hla guest, tha din
ing room had been newly and showily
furnished, whereas tho dinner was btit
a very meager one. White ninny of th
guests wore complimenting their hoet
on lilti tat and ningnlflcence Lord A)
vnnley interrupted them with, "For my
part, I should prefer more carving and
Ctmnatfnar the Diet.
Cannibal Chief-Wasn't that last mis
sionary you sent us a writer of books?
Cannibal Chief And tho one before
was formerly an editor?
Agent That Is correct.
Cannibal Chief-Well. I wish you'd
send ub a football player next. Tho
mcdlcino man says we're having too
much brain food. Judge.
A Genalne One.
A man dropped his wig In tho street,
and a boy wbo was following close be
hind tho loser picked it up and banded
It to him.
"Thanks, my boy," said the owner of
the wig. "Yon are tbo first genuine
hair restorer I have ever Been."
Father Well, ray son, did you suc
ceed in breaking In the new horses bo
that they would stand the noise of
b ten in?
Son No. father, but I broke the car
riage. In the Lover' ICye.
All's fair In love, especially the girl
a fellow Is In love with. Philadelphia
L. A. BERRY,
UFFICK I'HONK 1KI. KKSIDKNCK I'llONE 203.
R. C. NOLEMAN,
Room-. 1, 2 and :i, First National hunk build
luif', Alliance, Neb. Notary In otllce.
W. G. SIIYIONSON . . .
Olllco Up-stulrs Over I'ostotHce
SMITH V. TUTTI.li.
lit A K. TASII.
TUTTLE & TASH,
North Main St.,
ii. ii. nri.Lvrooii, u. n. -- r. 8. uf.li.wood. m. i.
Bellwood & Bellwood,
Uolstcn HulldlriK, - ALLIANCE, NKH,
L. W. BOWMAN,
Ofllco In First National Hank block. Alli
J. E. MOORE, M. D.
Calls unswered from office duy or night.
Telephone No. tS3.
G ' W. MITCHELL. M. D
Olllce In LoekwocxH
Telephone No. 37ft
JULIA V. FREY,
Olllce two blocks north of Times building.
Hours, i to 13 it. in.. 1 :30 to 5 p. in.
H. B. MILLER, M. D.,
Olllce and residence three doors not lb of
Idaho street on Htg Horn avenue.
TOluponc No.SU. " Alliance, Noli.
Humphry Undertaking: and
vjl- -sKDa- tvj- -
HUIH Alfanre. Nek
LINCOLN, DENVER, ,
ST. JOSEPH, SALT LAKE CITY
KANSAS CITY, POl TLAND,
ST. LOUIS, SAN FRANCISCO,
mid all Klnts oust und mil nt s west una
TitAiNS Leave as follows, Mountain Time
No. 41 I'tissongur dully. Deariwixxl.
Hillings, nil points north una
west 10:35 a.m.
No. 42 Passenger dully, Lincoln,
Omuliu, Chicago und all
points cast 1:40 ii.rn.
No. 301 Passenger daily, for Denver
Ogden.Sult Liike, San Fran
cisco and ull Intermediate
points, departs at 1:40 u.m.
No. 303 Passenger dally from Denver
and nil Intermediate points,
arrives at 10:10a.m.
No. 43 Local passenger dally from
Ouiuha, Lincoln and lnter
medluto points arrives nt.... .V.Sb a.m.
No. 44 lxwal passenger dally, for
Omaha, Lincoln and Interme
diate, points, departs at 4:00 a. m.
No. 305D:illy, e.xcep Sunday, for
points south und west, de
parts 8:30 it. in
No. 30B Dally, except Sunday, from
south and west, arrives 3:30 p. m.
No. 45 Freight, dully. Dead wool.
Hillings and Intermediate
stations 7:30 p.m.
No. 4il Freight dally, for Lincoln
und intermediate stations.. 6:30p.m.
No. 47 Frelghtdully.u.xcept Sunday,
for Dead wood und Hillings.. 10: Wu. m
No. 4S Freight dally for Lincoln
and Intermediate stations.. 8:05a.m.
No. 4!) Freight, for northwest 1:00a.m.
No. 50 Freight from northwest, ar
rive. 13 p.m.
Denver freight, dully except
,Monday. arrives at !:15 am.
No. 304 Denver freight, dally except
Saturday, leaves ut 5:30 u.m.
Sleeping, dining and reclining chair curs
(seitU free) on throne!: trains. Ticket sold
und buggago checked to any point In the
United Stutes or Canada. For Information
me tables and tickets cull on or write to .1.
KltKiiiF.t.iuuoH, Agent, or .1. Fiiancis, Gen
eral Passenger Agent, Omaha. Nebraska.
MISS MAGGIE BARRY, Proprietress
Good Table Board
FINE BOOTS and SHOES
ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
. R. MADSEN,
ler Bros.' .
The largest line of Steel and
Cast Ranges veer shown in
Western Nebraska. Ranges
from $25.00 to $62.50.
Stock of G-lass in Alliance.
cop - XOJ5- x -cs -iflyp KffiS '-$&
SHIPPED OVER THE BUR
Who came here to stay,
And will never lit driven away,
And Sold to
This is the Beer that Waked Up
Alliance, and it Stands to
Reason It's the ....
Best in the World!
Just order a case of " Red, White and Blue"
for family use. We'll deliver the same at any
hour, day or night; for we're out for business
and lose no time
H. C. ARMSTRONG.
S W3?j Wf
P. M. Knioiit, Pros.
O. II. CONNtrrr, Cashier.
Alliance National Bank,
--2S Incorporated. Sale. Oonsorvatlve. 29L
Capital Paid in $50,000.
DIKKOTUKS: P. M. Kuliclit. II. P. Uettlehelm. W. H.Corhln.Thos. Heck, F.W. Hurrls.
2T MONEY LOANED ON APPROVED SECURITY.
W. A. Hampton, President.
A. "S. Reed, Vice President
First National Bank,
Directors: W. A. Hampton. A. S.
Two of Our Churches. j
t.. iirs t
One Block West ana Two
Blocks North ot
Gkoroe Collins Jeffers, Pastor.
Sunday School 10.00 a.m.
Junior Meeting 3.00 p.m.
C. E. Meeting 7.15 P.M.
Preaching 8.00 p.m.
Prayer Service.Thursday. 8.00 p.m.
A Hearty Welcome &
TO ALL SERVICES.
' The Herald has the best equipped Job Office In the
west, and turns out the best work.
V. II. ComiiN. V. Pres.
R. M. Hampton, Cashier
G. Hampton, Ass't Cashier.
Surplus and Profits, $20,000
Reed K. C. Hampton. R. M Hampton.
REV. E. C. HORN, PH. D..
Sunday School 10.00 a.m.
Preaching 11.00 a.m.
Class Meeting 12.00 m.
Junior Epworth League. . 3.00 p. m.
Epworth League 7.00 p. m.
Preaching 8.00 p, m.
Prayer Service,Thursd8y. 8.00 p.m.
everyone Is Welcomed to
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