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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1903)
The ladies aid of the M. K. church will
meet next Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
B, Mewhirtcr "' "J
A daughter was born Monday to Mi
and Mrs. John Martin living about thirtj
live niilos southeast of Alliance
Funeral services for Elizabeth, the two1
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. O
Blnino. living ten miles southwest of the
city, were conducted by Rev. Sindurs ymk
tcrday afternoon The services and bui
ial were from the home of Mr. Slirows
Sunday at the Baptist church, G. C.
Jeffers, pastor Subject of morning dis
course, "The Model Voting Man." Even
ing sermon, "The Unionrclmble Riche
of Christ." Sunday school at io o'clock.
Juniors meet at 3. C. E. meeting at 6 45,
Vina Porry, leader. Midweek prayer ser
vice Thursday evening. A welcome to all
E. H. Smith, advance agent for the
Curts Dramatic Co., is in the city today
getting up paper for his company which
opens with a three nights engagement in
Alliance beginning next Thursday night.
March 20, and continuing the balance of
the week. The press notices for this com
pany speak highly of all the plays produced.
There are ten people in the company.
The opeuing play will be "The Boome
rang or For a Million,'.' laughable comedy
drama interspersed with specialties consist
ing of songs, dancing, etc. The night will
be "Jack o' Diamonds," a comedy drama.
Saturday night will be presented Milton
Noble's great drama "The Phoenix." As
a special inducement for people to turn
out, prices have been reduced to is, 25
and 35 cents. Reserved seats will be on
sale at Holsten's, beginning Monday
I)i aw s the Prize.
U V. Reeves of this city was the suc
cessful contestant in the guessing contest
which closed and drew the prize of twenty
dollars, last week. The drawing was con
ducted by W O Barnes and C, A. New
berry at Geo Darling's store Saturday at
the hour specified. Eleven persons guessed
the correct advertiser They were, Mrs.
E. H. Rood, Mrs. G. A. West, C. II. Mc-
Kinney, L. S. Mastrude, J. G
S. W. Reese, L. T. Poole, B.
C. J. Itenjarrin, Alliance, Frank Potme
sil, Fremont, Mrs, L. B B. Craft, Exeter,
The other merchants guessed on were The
Famous, W V Norton, Bogues' Mollring
Bros, and Thos. Olson. Thirty yer cent,
of the guesses were for Geo Darling.
Alliance, Neb , March 1 (, 1903
Received of Geo. Darling and Thk Al
liance Herald Twenty Dollars in gold,
prize in guessing contest. B. V. Rekves.
I wish to announce to the ladies of Alli
ance that I am prepared to do first-class
dressmaking and ladies' tailoring. Hav
ing had years of experience in and out of
the city I can assure perfect satisfaction
in every respect to those who wish to give
me a trial. Rooms 9 and n, McCollough
block Mary Shelley.
Rye For Sale Can be sowed in the
spring and will make two and three crops
in one season; the best thing for hay in the
country. C. A. Posvar, five miles west
of Lawn. g-8t
"I thought caudles went with stage
coaches, but n good many people must
use them yet," said a shopper who
pointed to u collection of candlesticks,
nil of the utility sort, arrayed in a
house furnishing department. There
were big and little, ornamental and
plain, practical and unpractical ones.
Some had btoad trajs, and others had
none at all, and borne had devices for
lifting the candle, while others were
made with deep necks. There still re
main people who cling to the traditions
of their ancestors and will have none
of the modem lighting Inventions for
their sleeping rooms. Certain women
prefer a light In their bedrooms until
they are asleep, and for this purpose a
candle Is just the thing, for It will put
Itself out at the time pioportloned by
its length. New York Tribune.
Suit No Kenxoii For Svrenrlnir.
General Grant was asked why he
never hwore. lie replied: "Well, when
a boy I had an aversion to swearing.
It seemed useless, an unnecessary hnb
it, and besides I saw that swearing
usually aroused a man's anger. I early
had a desire to have complete com.
mand of myself. I noticed when a
man got angry his opponent always
got tho better of him. On that account
also I determined to refrain from
swearing. Then the swearing men of
my acquaintance when a boy were not
the best men I knew. I never saw any
reasons for swearing. AH were against
Home Life la CnRlnnd and America,
Tho decay of tho homo life is to bo
attributed partially to tho influence on
society of the invasion of Americans.
In tho United States homo life is al
most unknown. The meaning of tho
word "home," as understood to Brit
ishers, Is a mystery to Yankees. To n
certain extent wo have always envied
you your home life, and 1 certainly
agree with some of your correspond
ents that it would be disastrous for
your country to lose tho elevating and
refining Influences of the home. Anglo-American
in London Mall.
To Iinprop the Home.
If some owners of horses would
spend raoro for feed and less for whips,
they would have moro spirited ani
mals. Atchison Globe.
Edward I. was 0 feet 2 Inches high,
and it is said that the tips of his mid
'dlo fingers extended below his knee?
jHj B H.
l&uu Sit JLLVI if Mi iiHaBLLB S5 2I ' jcytj 3
- -v? . r-r-HrrtwtmtfW&2K?mmiS(m.
wnnmtririm-rnmf r -rr r "" -
To Doughnuts, if such a ratio were possi
bl"e, that we are showing; the finest
1L For ni en that was ever brought to Alliance. In making our selections
$- the first thought is QUALITY. The line must be good, such as we ft
ft can recommend as high in style, honest in make and reliable in ma-
ft terial. Whatever the grade, it must be of such nature as will help to V
f maintain our reputation for selling the BEST GOODS AT THE ;
We are doing more
toward giving: you
bigger values, than
we did last season.
And we know this is
saying a good deal.
We were fortunate
this spring in clos
ing out some good
bargains from the
'1 "Mff Ss-vfiwA
Prove our Claim that
WE SELL. CHEAPEST
Fine STRIPES in the new
See those Blue Sere Suits
Beautiful Yenitian stripes at
These are finely tailored with non-breakable
fronts and are regular $12.50 values.
v large assortment, comprising all tlie news
colors, cuts, weaves and materials in our
$10.00, $ 1 2. 50 and $ 1 5.00 grades.
Good line of every day Pants - -
$2.50 value in Corduroy - - - -
Carhartt's Black Cheviots - - -
Big lot of Boys' Knee Pants - -
Good WORK SHIRTS - - - -
Seamless Sox, fast colors, 3 pairs -WORK
Sox ------ -
ENGINEER'S Gauntlet Gloves -Good
Goatskin Gloves - -
COLORED DRESS SHIRTS -
SHOE S! SH O E S !
100 pairs Men's Satin Calf - - -
84 pairs Marine Calf
1 20 pairs Casco Calf - - - -
Boys' Shoes good ones - - - -
Weber's Union Make - - -
Men's Hats -
Drummer's Samples including
hats worth up to $3.50 onlv
THE HAWES HAT -' -
One lot of Stetson Hats
3- VJ1I-.TJES IZET :BO2S, OLOTH11TG-
TRUNKS - VALISES
ALL K I IS D S ....
We give piano tickets away
FREE it will pa)- ou to
remember T II JC
'Samows CVft,vxia owse
Distributors of the World's Best in the Clothing line at prices
that won't make you bleed inside
WE CARRY IN STOCK THE CARHARTT OVEHOLOTHES.
Alliance, Neb , March 17 1903
UoajdLcunty commlwionors met pur
8UhnT to druer ot adjournment. Present,
Frank Cnlia, chairman, Geo V. Duncan,
Goo. W. I-or, mombeni.tin S. M Smy
lionnl itiot with .ii(MMri nd participat
h! tn thalr (Ulllxratlofl mlatire to the
aMniant of prpartr foi tits ensuing
Atljotimeil until tomort w nl 9 n. m
S. M, Smyier, Frnak Cha
Altlrtnco, Nb.. March 18, 1903
flonnl met pursuant to atijournmnnt
FjKWfnt, mine officers at on the first day,
,0AbAjd by tho board that the county
trtjaiurar trnnifar to the county general
fuiui iTliu imlnncea ramnfning in the funds
hereinafter named, to-ult
iTridgu .tifet,,.. $45691
Road 207 79
Wall ,3 00
Co. Soat... 1. , ... Q 17
Total, $0M8 67
'1 he applications of D. G. Miller, Lin
coln Land Company, J. D. Cnrmicle, N.
A. Krenek, V. J. Cheshire and Charles
Grtickuo to hnvu taxes refunded wore re
jected. Ordered by tho board that the county
treasurer proceed at onco to enforce tho
collection of all delinquent personal taxes
by distress watrant if not paid.
Doard adjourned until tomorrow at 9
S. M. Smyscr, Frank Caha,
Alliance, Neb., March 19, 1903
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Present, same officers as on first day.
13ondofO, A. Kowland, oerseer road
district number 1 approved.
Ordered by tho board that on April 12,
1903, at 1 o'clock p. m. the road petitioned
for by J. P. Hall and others and remon
strated afiainst by C. Ii. Wiltsey and oth
ers, will be cousidored and acted upon.
The bonrd made a contract with tho
Panley Jail Manufacturing Company for
the purchase of door and window guards
for jail for $235.00
Ordered that the contract for county
physician be awarded to Dcllwood & Bell
wood as per their bid.
Ordered that $1,75 personal taxes bore
funded to F. C Hooves.
The following claims were examined and
allowed and warrants on general fund or
dered on payment thereof
Bellwood & Bellwood, county phy
sician and medical services... 8192 50
V, D, Kumcr, Rcc, Electric Light
Co. electric lights 37 05 .
J. W. Baumgardner, salary Supt.
schools 136 50
A. Renswold, work on jail 3 90
Auburn Telephone Co., telephone
I.ockwood . Lock wood, supplies. m 00
Alliance Electric Light Co,, elec
tric lights 35 75
Ira Reed, fees as jailor and sheriff 51 00
John Henderson, Room, Novem
ber lection, 1902 5 00
Carl Weitz & Co , livery to poor
farm.. , 3 50
Forest Lumber Co., coal for coun
ty and paupers 79 25
Geo. Rcitmeicr, janitor 60 00
S, M. Smyser, expense account.. 1 57
I. L Achcson, supplies 15 45
T. J. O'Keefe, stationery from
Feb. 1902 to Sept, 25, 1(02.... 14 75
T J. O'Keefe, stationery from Oct.
1, 1902, to date 97 90
Omaha Printing Co., silpplies to
Pioneer Grip Co., printing county
treasurer's report 9 00
Frank Caha, county commissioner 17 50
Geo. V. Duncan, " 12 00
Geo. W. Loar, " 11 Co
I, F. Oilman, insanity case, held
for tax 3 00
Board adjourned to April 21, 1903.
S, M. Smysor,4 Frank Caha,
For Salk Two good houses in Simon
son's addition. T. J. O'Keeke.
Five hundred bushels of seed corn for
sale. Samples seen and orders taken at
Alliance Grocery. C. V. Lammon, i mile
south and 5 miles west of Alliance.
I am prepared to give prompt estimates
on all painting and paper hanging. Please
give me a call. All work guaranteed.
Frank McFland, 'Phone 285.
Dr. C. E. Menter, of Ogalalla will
be in Alliance March 31 and April x
and 2 prepared to do any work in the
line of veterinary surgery af dentistry
and is also piepared to treat every ill
that the horse or cow is heir to. He
will make drives into the country.
Give him a call. 13.2
Itesoliitions of Condolence.
Whereas It has been the will of the
all wise Ruler of the universe to enter the
home of our esteemed sister, Dr. Frey,
and removed from their midst her dear
sister, be it
Resolved That we, the members of the
Royal Highlanders, castle No. 43, extend
to our Fair Lady Frey and family all
kindnoss, sympathy and hope, pointing
thorn to Him who is Father of all doeth
all things well
Rbwjuvbd That these testimonials of
our sorrow and sympathy be published in
tlw city papor. a copy bo sent the be
reaved family and the same be spread
upon the records.
Mrs. S. J. Hqldrige,
Mrs. C. D. Hall,
Mrs. G. E. Leidy.
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