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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1903)
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77ze News at Henfingford.
.Keith L. Plcnos, Rironrcn.
I Keith li. IMorce Is fully utitliorlcrri to ho-llcUMibM.-rlptloiiinnu
Job work nnd iiillcct :
nnd rcooliit for uinio,nnil tnmsiict nil otliw ;
buslncrt In connection with IiIh position in mi
accredited rvprcNenlatlvo of thW pnper. J
Mrs. Friel Is Improving.
J. C. Wool vvns down from Marsland
Wolf Kreimuth was n Hetnhiffford
Ora Dlulrtnson nnd wife departed for
Will Kinsley U. employed on tlio 101
r.inch near Pulhnau.
.1. V. llauingardncr visited the Hem
Injjford schools Wednesday and Thurs
day. II. II. Pierce put In a hand separator
for Robert Anderson and Henry Van
Harden last week.
It. F. Jones of llozeman, Mont., vis
ited a couple of days In this neighbor
hood the (Irst of tho week.
The- mercury has been registering be
low zero for several days, reaching 20
below Saturday morning.
Ilring your butter and eggs and hides
of all descriptions to the great O'Dona
ghue, tlifc little storo on tho corner,
Ernest Oldag is ill with a bad cold
contracted over a week ago. Ho had
to hiy off a few days In consequence.
Shoos at reduced prices and overshoes
at cost to make room for new stoclc.
II, D. VuailNK!.!..
C. E, Council and Prank Shlmek re
paired the tolcphono lino between Hem
ingford aud Alliance the llrst of the
A. M. Miller .went to Alliance Tues
day evening to attend a short session
of district court which convened to
wiiulup the mill case.
Mrs. Clcndcnnlng and Mrs. tiolds
borough of Sioux City arc at tho home
of John Kinsella, called hero by tho
bisknesh of their mother, Mrs. Frlel.
Owing to tho zero weather only
eighteen were prestnt at tho party at
Rowland's. Tho "home ones" express
themselves as amply repaid for their
Uev. N. C. A. Garncss and family
were called to Minneapolis, Minn., late
last Week to bo present at tho bedside
of Mrs. Harness' father who Is very III
and whose recovery Is very doubtful.
W. P. Walker Is now Instulled as
postmaster at Hemlngford. Mrs. Wal
ker will have charge of tho oillce, Mr.
Walker retaining his position In tho
mill. It takes any ono a little time to
got "onto their job" when assuming
duties they are not used to, but wo be
lieve that the new management will
give us prompt and ettlclent service
from tho beginning.
To some of our friends and neigh
bors, with malice toward noue and
charity for all, we, the undersigned,
desire to kludly Inform you that the
partnership heretofore existing be
twecu us by which you have been kept
in coal through the winter is hereby
mutually dissolved and you are noti
fied that if the tracks In the snow lead
from our coal houses to your back door,
again, there will be some Investigating
into the size of the shoe which made
the track. C. B. Cons km.,
W. P. WAI.KKK.
About a mouth ago there occurred a
quiet wedding at tho M. B. parsonage
record of which, save the names, ap
peared in this column. The contract
ing parties were Mr. Geo. C. Zimmer
man of Liberty, and Mrs. Lizzie Itright.
Mr. Zimmerman is well known in the
county as a successful ranchman and
is by tho way a staunch dyed ln-the-wool
democrut. We are not acquainted
with the bride. As a result of the sup
pression of the aforesaid names serious
folk have informed us of tho names of
all tho people who are likely to get
married or sue going to do so and some
timo if the publisher will kindly accord
us space shall publish them for we have
kept a list. In many iustances I have
no doubt that the facts revealed will
surprise even the parties themselves.
Mr. Hancock is getting the batter of
his sicknusswith the mumps.
0. B. McPall made a business trip to
Alliance tho first of the week
Our postmaster is not having a very
pleasant time lately witli a bad cold.
Grandma Kendall is out staying with
her daughtur, Mrs. Lunsford, for a few
K. M. Harris returned from Alliance
last Friday evening after tho funeral
of his mother.
Roy MeFull Is gradually getting bet
ter aud was able to visit Alliance the
last of the week.
Mrs. Iloss and Miss Gwendolin Davis
were up from Ellsworth taking in the
social last week.
Misses May and Lottie Crowther were
home Valentine day and Sunday, com
ing in time to attend the social.
We hearthatMrs. Patmoro, formerly
Landlady ltriggs, is in Omaha taking
treatment at one of the hospitals.
Mr. Patmoro rncplrd from the east
this week three thoroughbred hogs that
cost him about $10 apiece, laid down.
A whole load of young folk nnd young
married folk were down from l.eno
last Friday evening in help out in that
Sam Weaver was In town again the
middle of the week, hunting around to
find "some of his friends"' or to learn
if ho had lost any.
Geo. Fun ton Is visiting Ills people
southwest of Alliance, on the Denver
lino. He says we may expect his return
when we again see him.
A sisterof Mrs. 11. J. Thompson, with
some of tho latter's friends from Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, came Wednesday morn
ing for an extended visit.
Ed Dennis was in town Wednesdny
helping take caro of Geo. Hurton, the
latter being so overjoyed over tho ad
dition to his family that he really
needed a chaperon.
The valentine social last Friday night
was a very successful nu"air, everybody
seeming toenjoy themselves. Over $20
was cleared to apply on tho running
expenses of the church.
Miss Lena Thompson is home from
attending school at University Place,
Lincoln. She brings a case of whooping
cough with her so she may be In good
company, at least in style hereabouts,
Geo. Iturton was extremely hilarious
Wednesday upon hearing tho news from
his wife, now visiting in tho hills, that
ho was a "dada" to a live-pound miss
that put in an appearance hist Tuesday.
Around the World.
wcto all about mc and I soon learned
that the soldiers' story was a fake; that
the nearest point to Manila, at which I
any fottifying was ever done by the
Americans, was seven miles out and it
was in i8gg; that there were no insur
gents anywhere in the islands now un
der anna excepting ladiones (outlaws)
who arc in hiding in tfic southernmost
islands, several however, I learn are to
he found even in the suburbs of Manila;
that some of the provinces bad elected
American governors by direct vote of
the people; and that such a state of
peace had been attained that the pris
oners ot war wcio tinned loose by
proclamation last July; that multitude
of prisoners swelled the ladrone ranks
and added fuel to the Haines. 1 was
informed that Aguinaldo has no follow
ing whatever, it being doubtful whether
lie could be elected to the smallest
office by his own people because he was
untrue to them in many ways. In the
first place the Filipinos claim that
Aguinaldo was in the campaign for
what he could get out of it. When he
co-operated with the American forces
against the Spanish, he ordered his
men to loot the city when Manila was
taken. They began, but were stopped
by the American officers saying that
looting would not be tolerated, where
upon Aguinaldo ordered his men to fire
upon the American soldiers. War was
on. Aguinaldo kept his agents out col
lecting money from the Filipinos with
which to carry on the war. Instead of
paying the soldiers with the cash col
lected, Aguinaldo kept it, sending it to
Hong Kong as fast as large amouuts
were accumulated, his soldiers remain
ing unpaid. He lias the money now
on deposit in Hong Kong and expects
to open a bank of his own, being
wealthy and living in luxury. In my
noxt nrticle, with other articles, I will
outline my interview with Governor
Taft and sketch my visit with Agui
naldo. E. C. Horn.
(Continued next week.)
THE WOMAN'S .WAY
A woman there was, and she wrote rijjfht fair,
(As you or I might do.)
Mow out of a barrel to make a chair,
To be covered with chintz and stuffed with hair,
'Twould adorn any parlor and give it an air
(And we thought the tale was true.)
Oh, the da) s we worked, and the ways we worked,
To hammer, and saw and tack,
In making a chair in which no one would sit,
A chair in which no one could possibly sit
Without a crick in his back. He Who Tried.
Never try to make so useful an article yourself unless
experienced at the work. You can surely make a
selection from our line of chairs and get one that fits you
COME IN A IS D SEE
W. M. FOSKET,
Will Cry Sales in This and
Adjoining Counties. . . .
BY THE DAY.
835 Satisfaction guaranteed. If
you want to buy or sell ranch prop
erty, iist it with me
Flour i Feed.
Is Our Leader. Trv It.
vi:st hum: main
PRAIRIE DOGS 1
Do you want to rid your ranch of them? We can re
furnish you a formula for a preparation which will W
kill at least go percent, of them at one application. &
We will give you the formula, furnish the chemicals r
and tell you just how to use them. $5.00 buys the ftS
chemicals for 500 acres' It has been successful where $
J. S. HEKINEY, Proprietor. j$
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F. J. Brennain & Co....
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? Kepairing in all its
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AI. O. Barnes,
i Jeweler and Optician. C
Hail orders promptly
LAMBEflSON & STETTEJ?
ARE PROPRIETORS OP THEam
and Ivfliwi rl ilWtvD
Paints, Oils and Yall Paper.
'arns,T bnlaotcS?al Alliance, Nebraska.
Is One of the Most Up-to-Date Drug
stores in Nebraska
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Agent for FRED KRUU RREWING CO.,
EXTRA MULE and Other Popular Rrands.
. . 3c!,,Slm.il37 QTrad-e Solicited.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city. Come and See Us.
O omDOimde d. s?;
Watches and Diamonds.
Fine Watch Repairing
a Sp ecialty. -
1 Forest Lumber Co.
E. E. HOLSTEN,
Estimates Cheerfully Given. -rr
WE MAKE ALL
Our Leader for Railroad Men 4The Sunflower"
never sold less than $3.5o, this sale ....
Broken lot Children Shoes, all sizes
4tHere a chance to show your KNOWING."
Strootman's School Shoes,
"Ask your wife if this SHOE is good."
Men's broken lots, $1.35 to
Good Dependable Goods ?.
Remember these Prices till we invoice only.
44The Early Worm' you know,
to buy here.
Its DOLLARS and SENSE
THORNTON & CO.,
Ships Omaha Meat
Round Steak . . . 12'x
Chuck Steak . . . . 10"c
Porterhouse Steak . .15 c
Loin Steak .... 15 c
Omaha Lard, 50-lb Can $5.00
Home Rendered, per pound 15c.
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