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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1903)
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JARVIS 1877 BRANDY
SOLD IN ALL BEST PLACES.
Hv T. J. O'KKEI'E.
Entered nt the postofTicc at Alliance,
Nebraska, for transmission through the
mails, as Becondclass matter.
Display! per single column inch per
Business locals, per line first insertion .10
Each subsequent insertion, per line .05
Legal notices at statute rates.
r The Hkralij is the Official Publica
tion of Hox Butte county and its circula
tion is nearly twice that of any other Al
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance.
Scott Hood was In Hemingfont Mon
day. Otis llass was a Ilcinhigforri visitor
Misses Antoinette and Sophia Calm
arc on the sick list at this writing.
It. C. Curtis and his mother wore
visitors at W. A. Randall's Tuesday.
Mrs.G. H.Clnytoniiml daughter Jessie
were guests at tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Hroshar Tuesday.
Mesdames Curtis and W. A. Randall
visited with friends in and around
Hcmlnjfford this week.
The corning of bprlng is the time for
the breaking of young horses and (ieo.
Zimmerman and Otis Uass are in the
(5. II. Clayton was In Hcuttngford
over l'Yiday and Saturday laying in a
supply of coal, salt nnd provisions for
Miss Mary Moravulc has started a
new industry. She has a nice pet in
the shapo of a pig which slits is taising
on a bottle.
'dune Hall, one of Alliances commis
sion men, was In these purts this week
looking after tho Interests of his cattle
at Kinmett Johnson's.
Tlii'io will be quite a number of the
boys leave Huh neighborhood soon to
work In other fluids, and wo regret it
for It will greatly diminish the number
at our Sunday school.
llert Stuwart left Monday morning
for Marbland to resume work where he
left olf some two weeks ago on the
Hughes' ranch. Itorl had been home
looking after the interests of his ranch
on Snake creek.
V. A. Randall, our genial and up-to-date
ranchman, returned home from
Alliance this week where he had been
to look after some urgent business.
Mr. Randall informs us be has a nice
bunch of young calves twelve in num
ber all In nice shape.
The social given at J. W. llroshar'o
Friday evening, the S7lh lust., In the
way of a tutl'y pulling was about as
nice a gathering as has been together
for some time. All enjoyed themselves
by being there nnd departed for their
homes in the wee hour. of tho morn
ing. Tin Sunday school elected new oil!
eers Sunday for the summer. While
some of the old oillcers were re-elected
home new ones took others places.
C. V. Loekwood, Supt.; Mrs. J. W.
Itroshar, assistant Supt.; V. C. Phillips,
secretary; Arthur Itass, treasurer; Mrs.
G. II. Clayton, librarian.
Ciowdod ouiivfrwii lust weeU.
John Lawrence, Jr., is reported to be
on tho sick lint.
Harry Smith of Alliance has com
menced a summer's work with Herbert
Tho snow is all gone and armors
are reminded that It is time to start
The dance at Charlie Benjamin's
Wednesday night was well attended
und everyone enjoyed a good time.
The school in the Ole Oavig district
reopened last Monday after & vacation
of several weeks, Miss Mao Heath,
The Misses May and Nellie Huuth re
tin ned home last Saturday from their
two weeks' visit with rolutlvi'S at
Hauling potatoes to market seems to
be the order of the day. It is a pretty
hard job as the condition of the roads
is such us to require two teams to haul
one team's loud on good roads.
Herbert Gillespie, a foriuor resident
of Hox Itutte count but who has been
in the eastern part of the state for tho
lust few ymus, bus returned to this
place and has hired for tho summer to
John Law ronoe, jr.
Mrs. S. It. Llbby of Yankton, S. D.,
after performing the sad mission of
accompanying tho remains of her little
granddaughter to Alliance for inter
ment, visited bar sister, Mrs. M- 1'.
Nason, before returning home.
Judging by the appearance of one of
our oeteemod bachelors making rog
n . n
nlar fr'ps H n ecrtnln rtlrpft'on nml
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lil'l-.llllU,LMM.Mk Vlhii.ll nil rht
IUCUIIMUtlli4k Wtltell UlUtit
I, w (irmjkjt. ilmt an MVtai
untloH will haapvu In llio
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uiuij- tit Hivniiuit win uuppu in Hid
M A WLWAMAAJMAAAAS,t
The Central Nebraska
A HE NOW ItRADV
Ranch, Farm or
Our means of securing1 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
information, correspond with
J. H. ED M ST EN,
President of the Company
Notice to Creditors.
In County Court, wlthlii and for Hox Hutto
county, Nebraska, Fuliruary 14, HkU, In the
mutter of the oitulo of Hlvlr.i Hiss.dccoased.
To the Creditors of said Kstnto
You are. hereby nntlllcd tluil I will sit lit the
county court room lit Alliance In said county,
on tho I ;lli day of Aumist, lim.1, at It o'clock a.
m to lccclve and examine all claims against
said estate, with a view to their adjustment
and allowance. The time limited for the pre
sentation of claims against wild estate Is sU
months from the lltb day of IYhriiaiy, A. II.
WW, and the time limited for payment of debts
Is one year from said llth day of l'cbiuuri,
Witness inv hand and the seal of said county
coin t this llth day of February, 1WJ.
I). K. SPAOHT,
(A tine copy.) Inbw, 1 County .Indue.
Hy ltttie of an execution lued on timis
dipt bv the cleik of the district mutt of Ilex
lluttKcouiil), Nebraska, upon a decree leudiMed
h thedlilrlct court of Lancaster counts, Ne
braska, w lift em Hludi-ou "-ii1iik-. Hank was
plaintiff, ami itifiiltiKL Kiniim .1 Cornell, de
fendant, I will, 011 the Till da f April,
A. I) I !i! I. at la o'clock a in oa salil daj nt llio
west front door of the courthouse In Alliance
in nii id eountx, m-II tin. fiilluuliin docilhctt
real estate, lo-wlt- the noitliwcHt 14 of wclioli
I, touiiMhlpt'il, north of runice I!', west of thi'l'ith
principal meridian in Hox Untie count), Ne
braska, al public auulioii to tliehluhost htddei'
for cash, to KHtisfy eald Judgment in llio cum
of?j77.(W and intero.t. cts and iiccruliu;
costs subject to ta.xes In the sum of SmT.'.i-,
and 11 laortKHKO for thu sum of $mvi im.
'I'll" aboo meiittoned Judgement was
duly assigned to Henry A. Cllllord who
l now the owner thereof.
Shurllf of S.1I1I Couutv
K'lllKlMTUlei; Ss 11 M.m, Atty for l'l.iititllf
First ptihllcatloii. Match il
In the County Couitof Ilo Hutte Couuij
VlOI.A I'll M IN, IMllllltlll
IIkmivH. I'iiw li. Defendant.
To Henry F. Fiaucls, liuti-roolilcut ill -fendaut:
Yon are heiebv notilled llinf on the 3rd day
of March, met Viola i'raui Is filed a petition
against jou in tbedlsttlct court of Hox Hutte
couutv, Nebi'iinUa, the object and prayer of
which ate to obtain adlioivofiunooii on the
ground that) oil wilfully abandoned the plain -1
1 If, without uood cause, for the term of tn
jcars last past. You aie reiiiired to iiiiibit
said petition on or oefore Monday, the l.lib
day of April. UKU
Vioi.t Pimm-is I'Uliiiin
H) Win. Mitchell, her attorney.
Fit st publication, March (I
1 1 VI
Hj irtun of an order of sale litsutid by the
clerk of the district couitof Hox Hutte county.
NebrHt.ka, upon a derruo rendeied by hhIiI
court tn favor of Virgil Young. ))alntHT.
am) iiKulnst .lob hathuway & ( ompany, a firm
orco-iwrtiierwhlp, uuuicoi poruted.coniiKM.Ml of
.lob llatliawax. and F.mma C .1. Austin, V.m-
tun 1 I Anrtii II It Atiktlh
Kmin'iic. .1. Austin, a nu niber 'of defendant
li.iml of Finnia ('. ,1 AiiMln defendant. W H
111 nt ,11 .11111 uiiioHnuv noil 1 nu i 111 . 111111 11 111,
l.aunlug, trustee. 'I'liomas Fralnii, licuenclary
of W II. l,aiiuluK, trustee, defemlnnt. the
I'.iiiltnlle I.11111I Comptto Wllil'im I'anott.
and .lanet I'urrott or Mrs. l'arrolt first mime,
unknown, wife of defendant William l'arrolt,
.lama l'arrolt and William I'urrott or Mr.
I'anott. first iruiieuiikiiowu. or Mr Doe real
name unknown, Im-ibuud of Janet I'm roll,
defendant-, 1 will, on the llth da) of April,
A. 1) , llUI, Rt in o'clock it 111. on said dnj.at
tli'i went ft out door of I he coiirtlioue in AUI-
........ t., kU,.l .X. I. ...11 ,1... f..l... I.... .I.IU-
crlhed mil ehtate, tiwlt. northeast '( of
Mvtlon30. township M, north nme 17 wet of
the iHhprliiciiMtl nieiidiiiu lu lkx Hutte toon-
-J, ... ...... ...... ... ,..'.......'...,.. ...... ...M".,
bidder for chkIi to t-Misfv hkIiI older of sale In' '
the Mini of Uiiaund interest, costs and atom- I
Itw cosut WP.KH. W. II, Launliig on his cross
petition ns'o erisl ns u seeoiut leln on suld
prenitbCs the sum of SfV.KfO. i-ubjei't to tuxes '
IRA IIKr.I), I
Shot Iff of SnW Cknmty ,
iMlilani Mlicneii, ,it'y ror l'litlutlir. ,
First imblk'Htlim, Mareli 13. ;
1 15-1 I
Hy virtue of 1111 order of sttlti issued by the,
elerk of the district court 'of Hox iiutto 1
eoutity, upon a ileoree ivndeied by said couit
In favor of Wllllain U Hldwell, pliilntlll', audi
agHiiist Hiidolpinik li. AllxiKatit and Itouta
ArUigitst, defeiidHilts, I will, on tlie'JOthdij of 1
April A. D lW3.Kt hi o'chx-k n. 111. on said ilay.
at the west front door of the courthouse, m
AlllHiue In s.ild couutv. sell thu following
described real estate, tu-wtl the iiorthenst '
Xi of section 111, towiioldp ; north, ramie 41,
west of tub principal merldiuii In Hox llittt
count, Nci.i.uka, at public auction to tin
hlgliekt Itlttder for chIi, to satisfy said order
of sHlo in the miiu of ;7J1. and lnterst,
Mtits ami accruing costs, subject to tuxes on
said land to the itwouiit of Vi6.ru.
Mierlff of ild eouiity
Y. II. l'uniiliia. Alt y for plaintiff.
I'lis-t piibltcuiUui Jlarcli u.
Hy virtue of an orkruf sale IshuisI bj the
olui k of the district court of Hox Hutte couu
tv. XHlirusLa. tlluvn u iIiutam f4.nl.,ril lav ulil
court III faMU-of the lIcKlnlev-ljininu-' I.ii.iti
ttml I'rust I'omiMtu.v, plalntllf, and ttxHtnat Ira
H. Ilrl.-trlc.i:il A. Hrlairleaud W.ll ('amalum
dcfwulaiits, I will.im tlin jth Uy of April,
A. ', lIHif, at Ido'cliH'k . in. on wild day at tli
Wfbt front door oftbeeourt Iioum iu Alliams- in
said count), will thr follow iui; dirilw.1 imil
extate. to-wit: th i-mitlieusl U of kti'tlmi it, uf
towusbip 27, noithuf ruuxe Is nt of the Htli
nriuelMil mWldiivii in Hox itutte county. N-
. . . . . ... ---.,... .i. .,...,.-. -,,.,,-
' for "' iU !-f -ii ! rd-r. ' 1 i " n
..,. UUit .lU'Ilrl ! iilld a
O, (rf.,. Utlit ilUTIrl l illld HKII'IIiH
.tH,,,wwljm., u u;kl ue.ou.i.liu lu I
I -Iwriifof $UUttmiy.
-iH'riffof Mtld t ouKly
i. W H. SlMtlMW.' AW liDJT tvr 1'llOMUtr.
inrsi uiiumuuii, iiait
Real Estate Gomp'y
TO SUM, YOU
No. 11 17.
Hy vliluoof an ordi r of sale Issued by the
clerk of tbedlsttlct court of Hox Hutte coun
ty, Nebraska, tiiou aileciee rendered by said
court In favor of lril Yimmt, plnlntlir, and
iiKiilnst .lob llatliawas and Coiupany, a linn
or co-part ucrshlp uulacorporated, coiiixiscl
of .lob Hatlinwnv and l.inni.iC. .1 Austin.
Hniina C .1. Austin. H. H. Au.lin, husband of
Kiiiinii C . I. Austin, a member of defendant
ilim of .lob Hatliui.i ami t'ompinv and hus
band of 1. :11111a C. .) Austin, defendant, V II.
I.nuiilii).'. trustee. Thomas I mum. benellelar)
of W.ll Lannliii' iruslce. defenilnnt, Dinke
llaliwaiul 1 oiiip.iuv, William l'arrolt and Ja
net I'ii in it t or Mi. I'ariot, llrit name un
known, w Ifo of defendant William l'arrolt,
.lain t I'anott ami Mi. I'anott or William
I'nrrott, first name unknown, 01 Mr.
Doe, real mum unknown, husband of
.liinel l'ltrroit defendatils. 1 will, on the 11th
day of April, . 1) JiX'.l at Id o'clock 11 m 011
said d-u. at the we-i f mat disir .if t'n court
Iiiiiim- in Alliance, In Mild county. m1I the fol
low ini: iici-rllied real estate, to-wlt,: Norih
wt'Bt 'i of ms Hen 31 town'JO, north of ratine
IT, wes. oi the Bib prliii-ipal meridian In .se
brHskn In Hox Hutie county, Nfbtaska, at
piilii iiuctloi, in ihe huhest hlddi r for cash,
tosutls'y said order tifsale lit tho sum of
47U iW a hrt lel'i and Inn n tt imis and ae
crulnjf c ts. HUflnud MSI" ill rcsjvpred by
W.ll I alililuir, cliis, petltloiiei. iish n'fond
leln on ild premlM". s,,, j, , ) to taxes Mis ,1.
lu Kl I II,
-.i 1 1 i.f s ilii 1 ounty.
e. 1 it. Mil, In 1 ,t f,u 'l liutlll
1 1 -1 Mil,, 11 aimii X Hi .1 I 1
III. .II M INI 1 -.
Tlti' im ill .1 'iiilintt j ii.iii it x ti!
out olil. nielki.v anil line
will improve the mental and physical
condition. IIipv have been uiaturutl
before holtiing, and have that rich,
ripo llnx'or ko highly appreciated by
Tho following brands we consider
Wadding Boquet Whiskey.
California Wines . . .
Our wines for table use are worthy
of more than a trial. Thoy ate good
for n&e all the tl me.
,, . . .., .
The f?FD T TCtHT .Sfllonn
ONI.V l MON liAK IN TUT. t ITV.
Dealers in hides, Tallow, Furs, J
Cow and Horse
ueatnerandbaddlerv Hardware iteiiabic
I SELL 64
Cultivate my acquaintance
I SELL Walking, Riding and Disc Cultivators .
I SELL Listers, Breaking Plows, Stirring Plows,
Let me show you
ALLIANCE, - - NEBRASKA.
L. A. BERRY,
Omen PitONK l;o. Hksiiiijnch I'miM-'.Oat.
R. C. NOLEMAN,
liooms 1. i and 3, l'ltst National bank biilld
Ins, Alliance, Neb. Notmy In olllee.
W. Q. SIMONSON . . .
OHlco tjp-st.ilrs Over l'ostolllco
MIT1I 1'. TUTTI.r. flt.V K. TAbll.
TUTTLE & TA5H,
North Mulu St.. - Ai.MANCi:. NP:H.
II 11 111 I.I.MllOI), M. I. -- W. S. IlCLIAMlon. M. f).
Bell wood & Bellwood,
- - -
IIoIMlmi ItuildliiK. - AHI.IANCi:, N'i:il,
L. VV. BOWMAN,
Olllco In I'list National Hank block. Alll
J. E. MOORE, M. D.
ri.ii Clll.lt HI.OCK,
falls' answered fiom olllt'o day or nljjht.
Telephone No. UJ.
G. W. MITCHELL. M. D
Olllee In Loekwood I
'i'elephone No. 370.
JULIA V. FREY,
Otllcc two block's north of Times Imlldlntr,
Hours, s to Vi a. m., 1 M to 5 p m.
H. B. MILLER, M. D.,
tllhVe and leldciice three doors north of
Idaho sins t on lllvf Horn avenue.
Telepone No. Jo. Alliance, Neb
and Leather Co.
Hide Robes, M
Nebraska lit) Nebraska.
tooth Steel Harrows, 96 tooth
tooth Harrows, Disc Harrows
tongue is waggin'
inrsrsmrtrsn 5o o ei6ToT
Harvey's Bowling Alleys
Heathful exercise and amusement for
ladies and jrentlemen ....
THREE FIRSTCLASS ALLEYS.
East Side of Main Street.
The placing of a few
g dollars monthh in the
... ALLIANCE ...
I National Bank
will soon enable on to
bin a comfortable home.
M. ICmi.ut, President
W. H. t'oitniN, V. President
V. II. CO.NNITT.I'uslllvr.
W. A. Hampton, President
A. S. Rkkd, Vice President
First National Bank,
Capital, $50,000. Surplus and Profits, $20,000
Directors. W. A. Hampton. A. S. Reed K. C. Hampton. Ii. M Hampton.
AKK PKOrHHTOHS Of Tills
Finest Wines, Liciuors and Cigars.
Apent f.r Vlilll) KUTti URKWINU CO .
RXTUA TALK and Otlier Popular Jiramls.
. . Fs.sriS.1 orrsa Solicited.
And be more comfortable by using
ON DOIIRS AM) WINDOWS.
c.T on Tin a TDTr-cnr
You can find it with a
lot of other Rood things
in Stoves, Iinameled
ware, etc. , at
sts Yorr vrv rrsvrryve
K. M. Hampton, Cashier
i. Hampton, Ass't Cashier.
iH P Ji "I M r
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