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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1903)
Miss nicks of Allianca visited Mrs.
Wirtt and attended tlio picnic Friday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. T. Grcpff drove to
John Irion and wife nro visiting their
son Charles and family at tho ranch
forty-five miles southwest of here.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Shipley ver down
from tho rarich Saturday.
Ned Crigler nnd wife were trading
In town Friday.
II. F. Moore and wifo were in town
Mrs. Eugene ICendrlck Is visiting in
tho eastern part of the state.
Miss Flora Maika returned to her
homo near Chadron Saturday.
Mrs. Anna Wlrtz has resigned her
position us night oporutor at this place,
which is much rcgri-tteil by the citi
zens of thin village.
Master Edwin Hycrs accompanied
Miss Malha to Chadron and will remain
for a few days' visit.
Mrs. L. Snow, deputy postmaster, is
assisted by her daughter, Miss Pearl,
as clerk, In Mr. Snow's absence.
Miss Kato Kichoy is on tho sick list.
A new minister has been assigned
to tho work embracing the Presbyter
ian churches' at Marsland, liclmont
nnd Willow Creek, .lust when ho will
take charge of the work hns not yet
Fritz Ilpffman, one of our most
thoroughgoing farmers, has his corn
Charles Evans is putting in about PJfi
acres of grain this season.
Charley McUogy lost a lino horse
The many friends of Kov. Sloan were
bad Indeed to hear of his death. He
will loug bo remembered by old and
young of this place ns a good man nnd
an excellent preacher of thu gospel.
Word is received that J. T. Richard
son is very sick nt tho homo of his
daughter, Mrs. Slniltz, in Mitchell,
where he and Ills family lind gone to
Concluded from lust week.
C. E. McOoiry has purchased J. T.
Illehuidnon'R homestead west of town.
John Shultz, who with his brother
Will is farming near Mitchell, came
up hist weeV and pent a couple of
duyu. Mr. Sliult. 1ms gone to work
for his sons, which seems much better
than baching alone.
Mr. and Mrs. Tollman left Monday
for ilio Pacific ijoiiht, where thoy will
spend the greater part of the summer.
Young David has taken tho pump
and coal sheds at thiR place, (leorgo
Wnlbrldge having reigned.
Thero was a little excitement in town
Sunday over a wolf chase, l'otu Wat
son brought a tame gray uolf to town
recently, expecting to have it shipped
to Lincoln but received word not to
send it from the pat ties thero who had
agreed to take it. Mr. Watson sent
wcrd down to kill it or dispose of it
otherwise; but parties hero conceived
tho idea of turning a pack of hounds
after it. Consequently, Kundny even
ing tho wolf was led out south of town
und Oregg's pack of hounds turned
loose upon it. Tho poor animul looked
nil mound nt the crowd in a pitiful
way but saw no friend all were foes.
The hounds gave u bay and rushed
upon the frightened animal, which,
when forced to fight for dear life, was
soon snapping rignt nud left aiul so
strongly did its animal instincts rush
over it that the hounds were soon
scuttered. When the wolf was about
to gain his freedom, a gun or two were
leveled and tho animal was killed,
which would have been tho merciful
way to have done in tho start.
The Ilcmlngford correspondent an
nounces the candidacy of Mrs. Ford of
I.awn and Mis. Itustin of Ilemlngford,
both teachers in tho Hemingford
schools, for tho oillce of county super
intendent of Ilox llutto county, lloth
Indies have good educational and ex
ecutive ability, wo are told, and either
would give good satisfaction no doubt,
if nominated and elected to the olllco
All tilings being equal, however, some
favor the nomination of Mrs.Hustiu, ns
she is a widow with a family to sup
port. Speaking from tho light of
experience, thero is no better way to
help a person than to help them help
that helps tliemsehes. It is a matter,
however, to be decided by delegates to
the republican convention which one,
or whether either, will make the run
lor tho oillce.
Crowded over from lust wi'oK.
S. A. Millor and wife, Mrs. Kinery
and Ada Simpson of Alliance spent
Sunday at the home of John Law
Mr. Howard will deliver the Memor
ial address at the Fairview school
house May 30.
J. V. Fiuzior and Doll Jay visited
with T. .1. Lawronco anil wife Sun
day. Leonard Dm roughs' team ran away
while plowing Tuesday, breaking the
p'"" ant i'Bg o'l'fr "PV t'lmsp'
11 Jt. (Jillespie and I ,m 1 l ,
mudi'ii tiip to tin. ii h - it. ' it
J J R V I
FLOUR and FEED
WIIOLKSAt.K AJ5I ItKTAIti
Celebrated Ravenna Flour
One door south of
They'll clean and press
that old suit and make
it look like a new one.
Suits and pants made
to your measure.
Gilbert & Co.,
Opposite Hotel Charters.
Low ItntCH West.
$25.00 to Portland, Tucoma and Se
attle. $27,30 to San Francisco nnd Los An
geles. S22.r0 to Spokane.
S22 2f to Salt Lake, Hutte and Helena.
Proportionately low ilites to hun
dreds of other points, Including Big
Horn lJusin, Wyo , Montana, Idnho,
Washington, Oregon, British Columbia,
Every day February 15 to April 30.
Tourist cars dally to California. Per
onally conducted excursions three
times u week,
Tourist cars daily to Seattle.
Inquire of nearest Burllngtoii Route
The Central Nebraska
AHU NOW IiHADY
2 Ranch, Farm or
M Ml I II i
Our means of securing purchasers are 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, vc 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. EDMISTEN,
Dealers in Hides, Tallow, Furs,
Cow and Horse Hide Robes,
Leather and Saddlery Hardware
, C. BURNETT. M'gr.
t.t,r isk.i I ll
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ltovAh Hinm.ANnKiiB-Alllariro Cmtlo No.
4.'l meets very second nnd fourth Thursday
ovpnlnn In W. O. W. Hull. VlMtlng Ulnnsmcn
K V, Woon, C. f. JrrrEita,
Largest and best
equipped bakery in
Our work is done in
a clean shop, with
clean tools by clean
High grade materials
alone are used.
ifeal Alliance Neb.
h lOSEPH, SALT LAKE CITY
Kh S CITY, PORTLAND,
ST. l 'S, SAN FRANCISCO,
and all p oast and ixilnls vest and
TllAirS TjHWH.. . ...."
No 41 Passenger dally. I)endiV!od,
lllllliiK's, all iKilnts north and
v , west.. . 10:33 a.m.
.No 1 IVoeiiger dally. Lincoln,
Omaha, UIiIc.iro and all
No. an Passeinier dally, for Deliver
Ok'ik'ii,!-alt Lake, Nin I'ran-
It 40 a.m.
eisco linn ail liuuriULiliate
I'WIM1 UUI l .,...
No. tt rasscnuiT dully from Denver
nouns, departs at.
I :I0 a.m.
111111 an intermediate ixjltus,
.. , arrives at ... MMO.i.ni.
No. 43 loc.il ii.isiiiKir dally from
Omaha, Lincoln ami Inter
mediate points arrives at .5:5b a. m.
No 44 Ixx-al passenger dally, for
l dhito points, departs nt 4:00.t m
No. 305J)ally, excep Sunday, for
I points soutli and west, de-
. ..'. lrl? ll'C" a. 111'
. No. 0O1I D.illi, except .Sunday, fiotn
J suutli and west, arrives' 4:55p.m.
, Sleeping, dliilnjr and leuilnlnj? chair cars
beats fn e) on tliroimli trains, 'ilul.ets sold
and 1,ij;k.iku cheeked to any point In the
I'nltid Mates or Canada Tor Information,
time tallies and tickets call on or write to J.
ICiiEiiiKi.iiAUOU, Agent, or .1. 1'iiancis, Gen
eral l.issciiKcr Agent. Omaha. N'obraska.
Real Estate Comp'y
TO SP.LL YOU
President of the Company
tvr.svsTrrs'ST Trravs. r ,
and Leather Co.
n n tyt r I tfM Tib n r.i'-iirm .
B R AN D Y
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ALLIANCE, - NEBRASKA.
L. A. BERRY,
ALLIANCE, - NEBRASKA.
OrflCK I'llONK ISO. Kr.dlDCNCK IMIONE203.
R. C. NOLEMAN,
Itooms J,:.' and 3, first National hank hulldS
lnu, Alliance, Neh. Notary lu oillce.
W. Q. SIMONSON...
Olllco Up-stalrs Oor l'ostollleo
6MITII 1. TUTTI.K.
IUV K. TASU.
TUTTLE & TASH,
North .Main St.,
ir. 11. iiFLiANOOn. m. n. -- w. s. ueli.moou. m. ii.
Belhvood & Bellwood,
Moisten llalldliiR. - ALLIANCE, NEH.
L. W. BOWMAN,
Olllco lii first National Hani; block. Alli
J. E. MOORE, M. D.
Calls unsKured from olllco day or night.
Telephono No. aS.
Q. W. MITCHELL. M. D
Onieo lu Lookwoodl
UuIIUIiik . S
Telephone No. 379.
JULIA V. FREY,
Oillce two blocks north of 'I linos, bulldlnj?,
Hours, 6 to 1.' a. in.. 1 -.80 to 5 p. m.
H. B. MILLER, M. D.,
OIHeo and residence three doors north of
Idaho streut on lllg Hnrn annue,
TeleiKmoNo.9e. Alliance Nrth
A. 1). NEW,
Pale cried In thU und adjoining counties by
the day or coramUhloa. felxteun iwm u
iwrniiu Sntlhfai'tltm KUHranleed. ("011
iraeir. . an lx luiuk ai Thi Hhiai i tJUi"
whin. le(eren.s- 10 AT int tlUi 11. will
P A3 M 3 i
In Business are almost
as disastrous as
Straight legitimate business, best goods at
right, courteous treatment and a large and varied stock of
Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Gasoline Stoves, Oil Stoves,
Lawn Mowers, Refrigerators, and everything usually kept
in a first class hardware store is what makes business go at
The placing- of a few
dollars monthlv in the
... ALLIANCE ...
will soon enable you to
J buy a comfortable home.
0 l .M. KMOIir, rretldeut . ...
W II. CoituiN. V.l'iooldeut .. .
0 O. II. Co.NMTT.Cishler,
W. A. Hamiton, President
A. S. Rkkd, 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.
AKE PKOrKIETORS Of rE-
a Palace Saloon
Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Afrunt for rUIM) KUUO UKI2W1NU CO .
EXTRA PALE and Other Popular Urunds.
. . r,.nro.i3.77' r3?xa,a.e Solicited.
i ,.m('s Hel.7i,-wt t' in !' i' " ' iiHt'iv Lonii rid ITr
ALL BEST PLACES.
prices that are
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SAtASAAXSASASAft AAaSA5A ff
Something to Blow About f
iHit never blow away. Our
windmills run in the lightest
wind but stand their ground
in the fiercest storm.
Are of the most approved pat
tern, have many improvements
over those of older design.
f Strong, serviceable and last
ing. Mnda of carefully select
ed material. 2Jot liable to get
out of repair. (Jet our piiees
on windmills, four post angle
steel towers, tanks, etc.
Achcson J oiler.
To Fill an Order
For any kind of Lumber
is an easy matter for us.
We carry a full supply of
all kinds required for ex
terior and interior work.
See us before buying.
ber s Coal Co
R. M. Hamiton, Casliie
C5. Hamiton, Ass't Cashier.
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