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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1903)
The Bnow Is onco more very deep and
stockmen arc having to feed their stock
which, in this section, nre looking due.
In spite of had weather seventeen of
Hnrry Loouiis' Irletuls gathered nt his
mother's homo, February 2, nnd gave
him a pleasant surprise.
Kecause of had roads only a, few of
the members of the Ladles' Aid wore
able to meet at Mrs. Vermillion's, but
all report a pleasant ttmu. The next
meeting will be at Mrs. .1. McLalu'B.
Quito a large number of Mr. and Mrs.
Mtiuion's old neighbors gathered at
their home last Friday evening to Sur
prise them. The evening was spunt in
ilaying games and all had suoli a good
time they nearly forgot to go home.
Otis Ilass was in llemlngford Monday
after a load of coal.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Louis llarta,
twin babies, both girls, but only one
To head the list, ye scribe is haidly
able to look after the business of his
olllco which keeps us very busy this
Mrs. J. V. Hrosliur wus confined to
her room the first of the week, also
Mrs. James Xovotney It ml Otis Mass
were among the ailing
Oh! the cold weather Hint stays so
long. Quito a number of our people
are on the sick list from the cause of
the continued cold snap.
Mr. Cditor, you don't think for a mo
ment do you, that the county commis
sions are going to consider the matter
of building a jail without first consult-"
ing the people, do you?
The religious meetings which have
been in progress for a fortnight came
to a close Sunday night and the minis
ter, Row J. II. Clay, left Monday morn
ing for his next appointment at Hush
lllu, Tuesday night
Mr. McLuin of Hough was trading in
town on Friday,
Mr. Iiiclib (not the weather prophet),
but conductor, was hi town recently.
Section Foreman Ilunsulccr of Lake
hide vui 1111 over Sunday guest of our
T. H. llunsakcr.
A veterinary surgeon was here on
Saturday examining soniu htock prior
to its hhlpmcnt to Idaho.
There wan no hchool In district No.
01 last week owing to the illness of the
teacher, Mrs. Kate (Jlllette.
Mr. Joralemaii, who hub been for
some years a helpless invalid, hud a
bad attack of throat trouble lust week.
L. llruce returned from northern
Iowa last week ami contrary to expec
tation, no Mrs, Hruce accompanied him.
On the morning of the 13th Jim
Cook's government weather indication
registered ft'J bulow zero. Quite cool
'Squire Kvaus, living near Itelmoct,
was lp town a couple of. days transact
ing business. This was owing to the
absence of our notary, L. Snow
Miss Lillle Dickey came up from Alli
ance ou Friday and remained with
friends hero until Sunday, when she
went to lichnont to rcsumcs.'liool work
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Dickinson spent a
couple of days in town transacting
business and visiting friends before
leaving for Idaho. They left for that
country on Tuesday. '
Through the Christian Kndeavor so
ciety Marsland people will bo afforded
a greut treat on Sunday evening, Feb
ruary U2, lion. W. 11. Akers of Alli
ance will be here to deliver his lecture
011 "Jeiusalcm," A large attendance
The "Valentine Social" given byllio
Presbyterian Sunday school at the Com
mercial hotel on Saturday night was
well utteiuled and the proceeds much
more than was expected. Heart shaped
doughnuts pierced with Cupid darts and
the table decorations of heart shaped
doylius of many sies were all very
pretty. The matching of valentines
which had been cut in two parts, one
hulf given to a lady and the other half
to a gentleman, afforded considerable
Postmaster Snow and daughter.l'earl,
returned home this week from Lush ton,
whither they had been called by tele
gram announcing the serious illness of
Mr. Snow's mother who lived but a few
hours after their arrival. Grandma
Suow spent several years in Marsland
and is remembered by many as a very
dear old lady. She had reached the
ripe old age of 73 years. Two children,
ten grandchildren and two great grand"
children are the decendonts left to
mourn her loss.
Martin Mullliall was a culler in Ituno
Mal Mildrwl lUalrisquitaviukwlth
Todd Herry niadu a trip to tiie Kraubu
Cuuil Wilson has buun siuk witti tho
mumps for over a yveok.
W. (1.. Wilson is putting an addition
to two sldofe of his barn, 14x70 feet.
Charley and Kddio Ilurionara baok in
i 'nol aftor a siege of tha mumps.
J J R V I
esreV3V5"36 wViSlJT 6 6 rre?Yrrerrtfre7?6'aCTroV'30
I The Central Nebraska Real Estate Gomp'y
jj --r- LOCATED AT - v"
Lincoln, Omaha andThedford
o AltH NOW READY TO SELL YOU
Ranch, Farm or City Property.
Our means of securing' purchasers arc extensive on
account of the number of agents that are giving their
entire time to looking for purchasers. If you list your
property with us for sale, we will sell it, or if you
want to exchange for other property. We make a
specialty in this line. .We have ....
FINE FARMS, ELEGANT CITY PROPERTY
As well as various kinds of business, to exchange
for your property. We propose to do a hustling
! business and guarantee satisfaction. For further
j information, correspond with
1 J. ti. EDMISTEIS,
President of the Company
S lf'6 c ft 6 i "4 J o 4 4 -"6 "$ 64 6 u 6 b -4
25 PER CENT OFF -
The Regular Price
From February 14 to March 1, 1903
I 1 Mil II ,'l! .
In order to reduce our stock and make room for the large
Spring Stock that will be in on March ist, we will give a cash
discount ot 25 Per Ceilt. till Mrrch ist. This is no old
goods nor odds or ends but thev are all ....
This is an opportunity to
at ven low prices at the
Mr. Miller, from the Foster runeh,
was in Reno Webiicsday tifler u load of
I. O. Wilson is buying liorsei m the
neighborhood and expects to take them
to Custer county.
The 11 t M. railroad 1ms been im
proving Ueno by putting in new sills
under tlic water tank and raising it.
Fourteen of the young people of this
place attended the valentine social ut
Lakeside. They all report a good time,
but thought they did not want any
more ice cream by the time they got
Last Sunday morning there was three
gray wolves seen near V. G. Wilson's.
Mr. Wilson and two men followed them
north a few miles and found where they
had killed four head of horses for him.
It is time to get up a wolf limit and
Notice to Creditors.
In County Court, within und for llo Ilutto
county, .Nebraska, 1'ehrnary 1 1, UKU. In the
matterof thuestuteof I'.UIra llass.dei'uased.
To the Creditors of said Kstato-
Vim are hereby untitled that I will sit at the
ooumj courtroom In Alliance In said county,
on tliu 15th day of August, JIHXI, at t o'clock a.
in to reeeUe and exumlne all claims ugnlnst
said estate, with u view to tholr adjustment
una allowance, j lie iinie iinuteu ror llie pre
sentailon of claims against muIi! estutu U. six
mouths from the 14th day of February. A. I).
1P03, and the time limited for payment of debts
Is one j ear from said llth day of rchiuury.
Witness my huud and the seal of sulci county
court mis hio uuy oi i euruary, hum.
D. K. SPAOHT.
(A true copy.) (seal J Count) .ludge.
In tho County Court of Ho llutte County,
Nti.sON Fi.irrciiiiii ..... ., .
vs. Notice to noii-reslilent
(J. S. Hai.u i defeudaut. "
(i. S Hall will lake notice thutou tliu 17th
day ot January, l'.l. I). K. hpacht. County
Judge In ami for Ho llutte county, Nebrus-
i.s, issued an ortier oi aituciiiueiit ror the sum
of J5.S5 In mi net Ion pending lniforo blm,
wherein Nelson Fletcher Is plaintiff and O. s.
Mull defendant, thai property of defendant
eousNtlug of money bus heen nttuelieii In
bands of Nellie K. Taylor under said order.
Said cause was contliuud to the 5th day ot
March, !KX1 at 9 o'clock u. m.
nelson 1'i.mviiLii, Plaintiff.
Tukai ui.viu November 24, 102, bj the un
dcrilKiHKl In Nommrell precinct, two red
steers three yours old out) has some small
white spot on the side The one that Is all
red has an Indistinct biuud on rigid til p
uhh'li look lll.H tliu li'ilur K
'l'be owner of said propuri) chh lmetlw
MMtte l proiliiK proi;rty unit paying t
lKMlte. TlllOlMIHtl Ool.vi.s I-23-.V
Taken up by the undersigned ou his
nramiies. Miction o, town 28 range .0, n
head of steers, one three-year-old, red
mattled line back, one three year-old, pale
red; one three-voar-oUi, dark red; one,
tso-yaar-old, light rod; one .two-year-old,
dark rod; all marked in left ear, uppor bit
or slit in lait ear; one branded two
straight liars up and down on right
hip; no qther marks or brands perceivable,
J AM Kb Hqmjkkakv,
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TiiEnFORu, Neiiraska. (
O 5'5 STSYSTSli ITS irtVrtYi ITi
get High Grade Shoes
L. A. BERRY,
UrriCE I'hosk 1M. IOnidk.nck Phone 203.
R. C. NOLEMAN,
Rooms 1. 2 und 3, First National hank build"
hip, Alliance, Neb. Notary Inofllce.
W. Q. SIMONSON...
Ofllco L'p-stulrs Over Postofllco
SMITH l TUTTI.E.
I II A E. TA!H.
TUTTLE & TASM,
North Main St., - ALLIANOK. NEH.
11. 11. UKI.I.WOOI), M. I). -- W. 8. IIKI. I.W OOI). M. I).
Bellwood & Bellwood,
L. W. BOWMAN,
Otlicu in First National Hunk Wool;. Alll
J. E. MOORE, M. D.
Oalls unsweriHl from olllco day or nlgbt.
Telephone No. IK.
G. W. MITCHELL. M. D
OHIce In Lockwiwd
JULIA V. FREY,
Olllco two blocks nor Hi of Time. bulUlhue.
Phono S6S, T
1I(H1I. sto 12n in.. 1 A) to 6 11. in.
B R J N t
dftOi &P& SVfe tSTf-V .?. eSEfe.
w wwwzcyft? w j
SALT LAKE CITY
KANSAS CITY. POi TLAND,
ST. LOUIS, SAN FRANCISCO,
and all points cast and points west and
Tkains Leave a Foi.i.oms.M mjntain Time
No. 41 Piissmirit dully. Deailw hmI,
Hillings, all iKilntb north and
west.... ... ..10:35a.m.
No. 42 Passenger dally. Lincoln,
Omulia. Chicago and all
points east IMOa.ni.
No.30lrussoiiKerd.illy, for Denver
Ogdon.Silt Lake, Sin 1 run
clsco and till Intermediate
points, departs tit 1:10 a.m.
No. IKU Passenger dully from Denver
and all Intermediate points,
I arrives at !0:10,i.m.
No. 43 Ixx-al passenger dally from
Omaha, Lincoln and Inter
mediate points arrives tit ,:5!i a.m.
No. 41 Local passenger dully, for
(jmanu,i.incoin ami imunutr
dluto points, departs at ....
No. 30M).Uly, excel) Sunday, for
POIIIIS SOUlll III1U Wirai, uu-
h:20 a. m
No. 300 Dully, except Sunday, from
south and west, arrives.. . j:.p m.
No. 15 Freight
7:311 ii. m
No. 4(1 Freight dully,
light dully, for iiincom
and intermediate stations t:3up in.
No. 47 Freight dully.except Sunday,
for Deadwood and HlIlliiKs 10:50a. m
No. 4S Freight dully for Lincoln
and Intermediate stations 8:0ju. m.
No. 4!) Freight, for northwest 1:00a, m.
No. 50 Freight from iiorthuest. ar-
rive 12 p.m.
Denver freight, dully except
Monday. arrles at . . . t':1a am.
No. 304 Denver freight, dally except
Saturday, leu ves at .... 5 0 a.m.
Sleeping, dining and reclining chair curs
(scats free) on through trains-. Tickets sold
und buggago checked to any iwlnt In the
United States or Canada. For Information
imo tubli'B und tickets call on or write to J.
Kheiiiei.dauoh, Agent, or .1. 1'uancip, Gen
eral Passenger Agent. Omuba. Nebraska.
MISS MAGGIE ARRY, Proprietress
Good Table Board
H. B. MILLER, M. D.,
Ollice and residence tbrtv dixirs north of
Idaho stieet on HIg Horn uienue.
TeloiKmeNo.SQ. Alllawf. NeU
FINE BOOTS and SHOES
HF.PAlltlNG A Sl'KClALTV.
OUOKIW CALLED FOR AND DKL1VEKRD
. tfto ctf & cStf. &U dUj- &(&.
INSECTS SHOULD BE
And the best way to do it is to get one of those &
STEEL DIPPING TANKS MADE
Newberry. Then use Chlors Naptholeum Cattle sp
Dip. There is nothing - - - - - m
About the dip except to parasitic life, therefore t&
if you wish to raise big, fat - - - - P
3 T B B R3 I
?;S&!& w mL$&im&&m&&&&&
SHIPPED OVER THE BUR
LINGTON BY... .
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
J Reason It's the . . . .
4 Best in the World !
Just order a case of " Red, Wliite and Blue"
for family use. We'll deliver the same at ativs
hour, day or night; for we're out for business
and lose no time .
H. C. ARMSTRONG.
F. M. Ksioht, Pres.
0. II. Connctt, Cusblcr.
Alliance National Bank,
2S Incorporated. Safe. Conservative. 22
Capital Paid in $50,000.
niKKUTOKS: F. M. Knight, H. F. Ilettlehclm, V II Corbln, Thos. Heck. F.W. Harris
E2T MONEY LOANED
A. Hampton, President.
A. S. Reed, Vice President
First ' National Bank,
Capital, $50,000. - Surplus and Profits, $20,000
Directors: V. A. Hampton. A. S. Reed E. C. Hampton. R, M Hampton.
Two of Our Churches.
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One Block Hestatid Two
Mocks horth ot
George Collins Jkffkks, Pastor.
Sunday School jo.ooa.m.
Preaching n.oo a.m.
Junior Meeting 3 M.
C E. Meeting 7.15 p.m.
Preaching 8.00 p.m.
Prayer Service.Thursday. 8.00 p.m.
cf- A Hearty Welcome
TO ALL SERVICES.
ALL BEST PLACES.
& Sffist &sSd8t$8&.&
W. H. Cohhin. V. Pres.
ON APPROVED SECURITY.
R. M. Hampton, Cashier
Hampton. Ass't Cashier.
ALLIANCK, - JfKIIUASKA.
REV. E. C. HORN. PH. D.,
P",,, . L
Sunday School 10.00 a.m.
Prcnching : 1.00 a.m.
Class Mooting 12.00M.
Junior Rpworth League. . 3.00 p.m.
Kpuorth League 7.00 p. m.
Prayer Service.ThursdSy. 8.00 p. m.
Ecronc Is Welcomed to
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