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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1903)
Hv T. J. O'KKEFK.
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tion is nearly twice that of any other Al
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accredited repiCMintull vo of tlilx paper.
Carried over from last wcoW,
Uecrlnjr thowcra at Wll,lY.
lJcforeyou buy your machine oil cull
it Funk's phnrmacy. Ho has some
thing tlmt will fiurprtso you In the way
A little girl of James IiucUoy's is
quite ill with measles.
Eggs'nnd butter wanted at Wildy.
Mr. Ilroshar and daughters Myrtle
and Edith en rue. 1 11 to attend the lect
Too lllg Double Store Is the rlpht
place to buy the right goods at the
II. h. KuBhnell is constructing an ad
dition to his store.
A new Metzow orgnn for s.ile or
Mary HcrncnU closed her school iu
the Cnnton district Friday. hlio is be
coming one of tho county' most suc
cessful tcadhcrs nml'ia always wanted
to teach iu tho .best districts nt good
Remember the best sack of Hour In
Nebraska for SI. 05. Ask for prices in
larger quantities'. Wildy.
Allun Co 11 n ell fell out of a haymow
Thursday and bruised tho side of his
head and broko 0110 of tho bonos In his
hand. Ho Is getting along nicely.
All kind of hats at reduced prices at
Rev. Horn of Alliance delivered his
Illustrated lecture at tho Congregation
al church Tuesdny evening to a crowd
od house. It was quite good partaking
of the nature of inngio entertainment.
We would, personally, much prefer to
hear Mr. Horn deliver a lecture with
out the views feeling sure that word
painting would bo much better than
tho illustrations used, It is cvideut,
however, that Mr. Horn had a splendid
time and that ho profited greatly by
his trip. Possessing a somewhat ven
turesome disposition ho was several
times involyed In halrraislng situations.
We hope that Rov. Horn will give sev
eral lectures on special sections of his
trip at this place in tho future. Wo
are sure that a crowded house will al
ways greet him.
Don't forget to get that pair of
shoes for tho asking of it. Wildy.
Mr. E, M. Snldor's father has arrived
from Iowa to visit hero for some, time.
It was a surprise, Mr, Snider not know
ing that his father contemplated visit
Mrs. Rosa Schilling nnd babo aro
visiting with Patrick Kinsley and fum
ily this week.
See us if you ueed lumber or posts at
Willio Walker was painfully injured
on the Fourth while playing with a
toy pistol with unother boy by aeci
dently fulllug into Dr. Elkuer's barb
wireieuce. a severe gash wns cut on
his face which his pareuts fear will
scar him for life.
Martin Logan's team rati away
Wednesday while ho was loading a
barrel of salt. They wore stopped by
running into Hurlow's store porch,
ilie wagon was broken to some extent
but otherwise no iujuries were sus
tained to horses or Mr. Logan,
$100 Notzow Piano for sale or trade
for stock at Wlldy.
I'ete Watson was in town Monday re
turning by way of Mnrple from cele
brating at Alliance.
Quito a few from here celebrated at
Alliance this year and most of them re
port a very good time.
Charley Schlndler and Mr. and Mrs.
Rreckman visised in tho city Sunday.
Mrs, Ureckman wns formerly Mrs Kate
The soldiers returning from Alliance
camped here again Sunday.
Hinder twine headquarters at Wii.uv.
Mrs. A. II. Pierce was ill tho first of
the week from blood poisoning in her
hand. Dr. Eikner laneed it and she is
now improving rapidly.
W, L. Ashbrook aud Thos. Katen
were the purchasers of two fino new
steel ranges from H. It. Green this
II. M. Miller, our night agent has
been transferred to Ardmore and his
place is filled by a young lady.
Lee Rustin is visiting her mother iu
Miss Lula Dunean and Percy' Cogs
well of Alliance spent Sunday In Hem
Inpford tre gnrs cf M's Orncc
FOR 15 Days
Sale Commences July 11 and continues
till Saturday night, July 25, 1903
ONE FOURTH OF
on the entire line of shoes for Gents, Ladies,
Boys, Misses and Childrens shoes and slipper?
25 per cent cash
the Regular all the season prices and out
shoes are all marked in nlnin firmrc TU.iV-
is no old, out of style or past decades to of
fer, but all new and up-to-date goods.
high and low cut, in the best American
makes and a clean saving of 25 per cent on
Stylish and right at every point, finest Kids and patent Leath
ers, all shapes of heels and toes and one fourth off the plain
marked prices on every lady's shoe in our stock.
of the reliable sort pricing from $1.50 to $3.00, one fourth
off on the entire line.
handsome stvles in all
each and every pair.
You wiil find this a genuine
alliance Cash Shoe Store
1). T. Taylor, banker and stockman
of Hay Springs, was here buying wool
Monday aud Tuesday. C. J. Wlldy,
Vol Wright, C. .lohnson, D. A. Paul and
II. II. Rensvold scld to him.
Wo will buy your potatoes at Wildy.
Mrs. Sam Hucke has returned to Hoi
grade, Mont., after spending over a
month with friends and relatives here.
Mrs. E. M. Itean has laid a now side
walk in front of tho bank and drug
N. C. A. fiiirnrK! hns rntiirnml trnm
southern Iowa where ho had been at
tending tho half century jubilee of the
SVnod of tho X'nrtfonlnn r.iilliornn
commemorating the end of its first fifty
years iu America. lie participated ih
a corner store laying, celebrated the
Fourth and olllciated at. a marriage
ceremony and had altogether a most
busy and delightful time.
E. D. Piper returned from his eastern
trip Wcdnosdnr. Ollltc a lnrrrn nnn.
course of citizens met tho remnins iif
his father and had it not been so rainy
there would have beon a great number
of people to the funeral. As it was tho
turnout was large. Mr. Piper's father
was a Mason, a fact which we did not
know tit tho time of our item noting
Hen Curtis nnd mother was In town
E. D. Piper has purchased the farm
known as tho Daniel Oerber place one
mllueastnnd one-half mile north of
There worn kuvcmiI ti!ohIe 1 tlm
country on the Fourth afwhlcha large
part 01 1 no people celebrated.
A. F. Miller of Dawes county was In
H. L. Fenncr was in Ilomlngford
Fred Neelnnd spent Monday night in
Geo. Fendrick was in town Wednes
day. A, S. Enyeart had the misfortune to
break the wire in his telephone receiv
er and consequently being out of com
munication with his neighbors has
been compelled to make several trips
to his neighbors, four trips to town and
to lose about two and one-half days
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Rurk visited In
uau 101 d this week.
Omer Roland and ltessie Keane were
married in Alliance Tuesday. These
are two very deserving young people
and no doubt excellently suited to each
other. They have both grown up in
tho country and in this vicinity and are
too well known to need introduction to
our readers. They will niako their
home near here. Thk Herald extends
Its heartiest congratulations and trusts
the matrimonial ship thus auspiciously
launched will have a most successful
C. Klemke has been to Scribner, Neb. ,
to attend the funeral of his father who
was almost 77 years old. He was gone
about ten days.
For Sale nj sec. 20 and se)4 sec. 20-27-49,
320 acres fenced, very good frame
house, wind mill and frame granary,
(rood sod barn nnd slirwlR nnn inUUc..i.
of Hemingford to land; buildings one
raue south and one-half east. Also
sma.i rrnmo iiniiso on the sV- '"
j rr'."i3y ?rstST v. "-wrvsai
new shapes, one fourth off on
money-saving shoe sale.
The Joralemon family are spending
the week at Highland Centre, their old
Misses Rertha and Ruby McCoy went
down to Alliance Friday evening.
Mrs. Ed Mason of Old 33 nnd her-.sis-ter
Mrs. Simons of Grand Island, who
is hero for a visit were trading in town
S. P. Trussell is hauling his seasons
wool clip to town for shipment.
Kendrio ISros. shipped two cars of
sheep to Omaha Saturday.
Uruco & Holllbrough drove in two
hundred head of horses from liny
Creek which they will put out on the
Miss Attio Snow returned home on
Sunday from Alliance having spent two
weeks in that city visiting
Miss Edna Hyors is spending tho
week with May Moore at the .Moore
True Miller nnd family and Mrs. L.
Snow and children, Misses Hertha aud
Ruby McCoy, Dave Miller and wife ail
returned from Alliance the first of the
week whither they had gone to cele
brate. Roy Rlchoy and Carl Thomas took iu
tho sights at Alliance July 4.
Luther Glavk and sister nnd Miss
Hertha and Carmel Chenev drove out
to the oicnfu in thn Hnn-u. ,?.:i.i...
hood on the Fourth. Ther runort
Havimr linfi liomm In ul .. .ii.. .i.
yield being good.
Those, wlin rnt ilnu'ii fn a in-
the Lourth of July excursion, which
consisted of a caboose and passenger
ear hitched to a long freight train, say
the excursion wns von. ..,m!,...-,i.i..
the absence of passeugers.
The troops from Fort Robluson went
into camp near this place Mondav noon
on their return trip from Alliance.
They remained till Tuesday morning
seemingly enjoying tho recreation our
valley afforded. They aro a very civil
lot of soldiers and were very courteous
to tho many people who visited their
camp during the evening.
Rev. Hnmmntifl la cnurwlt.... n
days at the pleasant home of the
P. L. Wilson linK inst i-.mot ..! ,. n.x
lot of hew wairons and nil h-imU t
For the most part oar people re
mained at home on the Fourth, and
we've heard heve'ral say they didn't
ltnow one could have such a good time
at home. There were several dinner
parties and landlord and Mrs. Ulchey
entertained in their usual hospitable
way. The children had a parade and
free ice cream and cako were served in
the afternoon at the Commercial.
Tho display of fireworks in the evening
was very good and fire crackers and
babv canons knt. ,1 n n .!. ..r.ir.r. -....
Cattle to summer I will take cattle
to pasture for the summer at my ranch
three miles west of Malinda. Plenty of
good range and water and cattle will be
salted regularly. Terms, $1,25 per head
lEOTAt.. llfmif.Al.firtd 1 -......- .
'l meet very Kejioiid nd fourth TliiirMliiv
K. I Wo'ltiv . C. V. JtrrmiR.
Seo'y. I 'I
L. A. BERRY,
Orncc l'nosB lMt. Hesiiih.ncb I'mosh 203.
R. C NOLEA1AN,
.UK, Alllunce, Neb. .otmy In onk'o.
W. Q. SIMONSON...
Ollleo tTp-stiilrs Over I'ostolnVe
SMITH 1 TUTTI.E.
TUTTLE & TASH,
North Main St., - ALLIANCE. NEB.
II. II. BFLLWOOD. M. n.
Bellwood & Bellvvood,
jlolstcn IIulldinR, - ALLIANCE, NEB.
L. W. BOWMAN,
Oflli!n In !'trr. Vutfnn J n..mi. .i,...t.
J. E. MOORE, M. D.
Calls nnswuicd from
Telephone No. K.
olllce day oc night.
G. W. MITCHELL. M. D
Offlto In LoclcwoodJ
Ilulldlns.. .. f
Telephone No. 370.
JULIA V. FREY,
Ofllee two blocks noiili of Times bulldlmr.
Hours, & to 12 u. ui.. 1 :30 to 5 p. m.
H. B. MILLER, M. D.,
Oftlco and reMdciico tiirte doors north of
Idaho street on Big Horn avenue.
ToluponeNo.20. Alllunce Neb.
A. D. NEW,
Sales cried In this and udjolulng eonntfes hy
tho day or commission. Sixteen years ex
porience. Sntlsfuctlon itunrntiteed. Con
tracts can be made ut The IImiau office
where references to Alliance citizens will
also bo Klven
iMfe'j Alliance, Neb.
SALT LA KI2 CITY
ST. t 'S.
and all p
east and points west anil
Sa 41 !'.l,1st',1Ki;r dally. Deudw od,
umnifis, nil uolllts north nl
No. 12 rassencer 'daiYiV'T.l7wv,Yn'
Oninliii, CIiIciiko and all
UKden.Salt Ijiko. San rran-
elseo and all intermediate
v .4l.u",ls"C).irts at
Ao. 303 r.isseiiL'er dally from Denver
and all Intermediate points,
1 :40 a.m.
. V", lib., a..,..,
20. 13 Local im.SSeilL'(!r ! 1 1 v frnni
Omaha. Lincoln nnd Intur
.. .1 medliite points arrives ut.... 5:5h a.m.
o. U Local passeiiBcr dally, for
Omaha.Llncoln and interme-
no. 30oI).illy, e.cep Minday. for
points south and west, de
parts, .... t.Yl ,r
No. 30U Dally, except Sunday." from
south am west, arrive 4:55 11. m.
Sleepliis, Ulnlns and lecilnliiK chair cur
(scuts free) on throuKh trains-. Tickets sold
and bujjcugo cheeked to any point In tho
United States or Canada. Tor information,
time tubles und tickets call on or write to J,
KuciIlEI.UAUOII.Aiieiit.ur J. KntN'i'ia r..,r..
oral I'assener Ak'eut. Omaha. Nebraska.
German Coach Stallion
Will stand for the season of 1903 at
Smith & Heeler's livery barn in Alii
ancer Friesland is a beautiful, imported
bay horse of a gentle and kind disposi
tion. Any lady or child can drive
him. Weight, 1450 pounds; i6 hands
high; good style and splendid action.
Tl'IIMS. tiAf... ui.. ..,. ... ... .
colt is foaled. If not paid wliun due, JO per
1 -, ;".-v wm ifv i:iiurKiii, 11 owner
should dispose, of marc she will bo coneidored
in foal and fee due at once, euro will be
- W. S. UELLWOOD. M. D
lu iircvuntBcciuenis out owner will not
I bo resposslblu should uny occur.
IRA REED, Owner.
FLOUR and FEED
WilOLKSALK ASI1 ItKTAIt.
Celebrated Ravenna Flour
stand, 'phono No. 7
TRY the mm
BON TON TAILOR'S
They'll clean and press
that old suit and make
it look like a new one.
Suits and pants made
to your measure.
Ilats eleanec and re
paired; made good as
new by Uetts,,the hat- .
Gilbert & Co.,
Opposite Hotel Charters.
a Fire " 0
Hemingford, - " Nebraska.
A cent for tho Caledonian, of .
Scotland, which Insures town X
property only, and the Culum- v
llii, which Insures town and r
farm property and live stock. O
Both are reliable old lino com- i
woiarial Work.- T
W. M. FOSKET,
Will Crv Snlf in TIiIq nri
Adjoining Counties. . . ,
BY THE DAY.
tST Satisfaction guaranteed.. If
you want to buy or sell ranch prop
erty, list it with me
HI (8580) Bred bv William
Ward, Weston, Spalding
Line, England and imported
by L. Banks Wilson of
Will make the season of 1P03 ai my ranch five
miles yet and one-half mllo north of lleiu-
Terms-fiototnsuteltvlnKColt. All mares
bred at ownei risk. I reserve rlitht to reject
liny mure. If owner n.irts with nmru she will
he considered in foal and fees duo at once.
I'lirtll' HWllfT fit fl .flltfllir... n.... I. ....... --
fiwd forfl, cash, extra.
' LUKE PHILLIPS.
GIVES IKSTANT RELIEF.
DlSCOVCRCO IN 1000
First cold inneot
years' of ouflering
with Hay Fever in
its season, Mr. Wood
ruff discovered this
valuable remedy, and
Is rnow entirely free
from Hay Fever.
Others have tried
it with the same re
sult. Outward appli
cation and Inhaling
Price 50c by taail,
For sale by D. W. Butler
Pharmacy, Alliance, Neb.
. Contactor and Builder.
Turning and Scroll
Work and all
Kinds of Shop
GEO. Q. GADSBY,
Brick Shop West of Alliance Natlo.
IUnlc, Alliance, Neb.
FINE BOOTS and SHOES
4tEPAIItI.NO A SPECIALTY.
ORDERS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
THE REST OF
Our Prices are Right.
Slop. Ms a 5na 0x&ix
J as. GTaham.
For a Full
That Can't he Real
A. D. RODGERS.
Is Our Leader. Try It...
WKST 8I1JE MAIN
Dealer in .
MISS MAGGIE BARRY, Proprietress
Good Table Board
Oppo-ite Depot, Alliance, Neb.
made of careuflly selected cram ; Q
distillery where every detail of tlm
making is watched by those jealous of
its reputation is our Marriage Wreath.
It is a
that can be used safelv in tl, i.r,m
in thesick 160m or at the club.
Ut fine quality when made
acquired an exquisite flavor,
Flour i Feed.
1 V 11 h L.
...... .... .. ,w ..uituiuct J. -JOS. AKRUD,
THE RED LIGHT
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