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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1903)
Normol School Notes.
On August 3, under Iho nuspiccs of
! innirti- nflrtnal. the famous Bixby
Gregg debate will be given tbo opcrA
bouse. This debate promises Bomo
rare fun as woll as being something
that lntty people will wish to licar.
Go U hear whether the man or the
Wy produces the best argument.
Tickets on sale at HolstcnV, general
admission, 25c; reserved scats 35c .
Govornor Mickey will lecture in UiO
opera houso Wednesday, August 5.
Everybody will want to hear tbo gov,
cnior of the ritato, so procure your
tickets early. Guuorul tulinlstioii, 25c;
reserved seats 35c.
Utlln Delia Holsten walked proudly
into tbo modol scliool with her 'brother .
Hernard Inst Monday. Delia was a
well behaved visitor.
Dr. Horn was with us in chapel last
Friday morning, Kev. Howie, jr.,
Monday and Rev. J offers Wednesday.
Mrs. C. Lotspcich, at one time mini'
bcicd with Box Butto county's most
successful teachers was an interested
visitor in model school Tuesday. Her
daughter lrma is enrolled there.
Miss Edna Bullock, secretary to the
Btntc librarian has been with us all the
past week. Each day sho gave the
teachers an interesting talk, lasting one
period upon "books," taking up a dif
ferent phase of the subject each dry.
Sho had a collection of excellent books
with her which she allowed the teach
ers to read and gave them many useful
suggestions in regard to collecting a
The examinations for state certifi
cates will bo held August 7, 8 and 9.
There are two students at the normal,
Mrs. Cunningham and Broadlicad ol
Kimball county who arc studying with
that end in view.
Prof. McCov gate a lecture last Sat
urday morning to the members of his
physiology class and any others who
were interested. The recitation room
was filled. The lesson wus compara
tive vivi-s6ctiou, a dog, the animal used
having the internal organs almost the
same in size as the human body. The
effect of alcohol was illustrated by
showing the manner in which it acted
upon small parts of the heart, liver
and inner lining of the stomach. The
animal used had been so prepared by
Mr. McCoy, assisted by Mr, Craybill,
that there was an absence of blood or
any offensivo odor. The students ap
preciate the labor and trouble taken by
their teacher that they may more clear
ly understand the delicate organism of
the human body.
The practice work in the model
school began this week and will be con
tinued dining the remainder of the
term. The teachers who have had
charge of the classes were very suc
cessful in conducting the recitations
and feel that the summer work has
been of vast advantage to them.
Visitors this week, in addition to
thoso already named were Mrs. Bald
ridge and Jesbic Carpenter.
The model school is grateful to Kay
and Elmer Kced for bringing to the
school room, on Tuesday, a large cage
containing two pet, redsquinels. The
lesson about these little animals was
instuctive as well as enjoyable.
Supt. J. W, Baumgardner i3 again
an interested attendant at the normal
after a weeks vacation spent in Den
ver. The class in elementary arithmetic
under the instinct ion of Pi of. Bartz is
one of the hugest as well as one of the
most wide-awake classes in the school.
Tlioioughness is one noticeable feature
in their work, taking up little things
that are ovci looked, usually, and
bringing them down to a fine point of
understanding. Another good feature
is the perfect harmony existing between
teacher and pupils.
now pupus rcgisterca tins week are
C. E. Franklin, Bayard, Lena Thomp
son, Lakeside, Emma Coleman, Hay
Springs, Herbcit Russcl, Lakeside,
and Mrs. E. E. Ford, Lawn.
Miss Town of Deadwdod, a friend of
Miss McDougal, a student, accompa
nied her to the morning session last
Protect Your Nome!
Everybody fears fire and every effort
should be made to prevent them starting,
even more than to extinguish them after
they have started. As long as our homes
are built of lumber the is a certain amount
of danger from fire, both from within and
without. Therefore, any chemical prepa
ration that render lumber fire-proof is a
thing very much to be desired
Such a preparation is now on the mar
ket and the public is invited to test its
merits. It is callud Plutanica. It ren
ders all wood work fire-proof and at the
the same time acts on the pores of the wood
In such a manner as to preserve it indefi
nitely, It costs very little and is oasily
applied to any wood work,
B. V. Reeves has the agency for Plu
tanica in this district. See him and have
a practical demonstration of the merits of
this preraration and get his figures for
applying it to your home.
Marcs and Colts for Sale
I offer for sale twenty-four good mares,
twelve with colts sucking. These mares
weigh from 1050 to 1200 pounds each and
range in age from 3 to 6 years. Will sell
at a bargain. Will also sell siventeen
colts, past two years old, if purchaser de
sires, Mares can be seen at my ranch 20
miles northeast of Alliance, or address me
at Rushville, Neb. Walter R. Kent.
P. L. WILSON & CO.,
ranch supply House
Everything in the Merchandise Line
Dry Goods, Boots, Groceries, Lump and
Barrel Slt; tnc celebrated Victor Flour, Feed,
v HARDWARE and SADDLERY,
Mowing Machines, Bindors, Uakos, Haying Tools, Gasolino
Engines, Windmills and Tumps, Wagons and Buggies.
Your attention is especially called to our
fresh stock of groceries. We aim to
please and solicit vour patronage . . .
P. L, WILSON &
I. M. HUMI'llKUY,
The Flato Commission Company.
' Live Stock Salesmen and Brokers.
South Omaha, Chicago, So. St. Joseph, North Fort Worth.
South Omaha, Neb. Represented by Tom Q. Burkk, Brideport, Neb.
Rcguntions to Prevent the Spicail
of Scabies (Mango) In Cattle.
Many have read of the new regulations '
to prevent the spread of diseases among
cattle, but a wall known stock dealer of
Alliance informs us that there are compar
atively fowtwho have seen the order issued
by Secretary Wilson and upon his request
wo publish the order in full,
U. S Department of Aoriculture,
Officii of this Secretary,
Washington, 1). C,, June 18, 1903.
To Managers and Agents of Railroads
and Transportation Companies of tho
United States, Stockmen, and Others:
In furtlioninco of tho regulations .for tho
suppression mid extirpation of contagious and
Infectious diseases among domestic animal
in tho United Status, dated March 10, lOffl (11,
A.I.Order No.lO(l),nUlcti Is horobyglven that 11
contusions dlstaso known us hcublos.or niaiiRO
exists among cuttlo In that part of tlio United
States lying westof the Mississippi Ultrrmid
the eastern boundary of Minnesota, and In or
der to prevent tin dissemination of said dis
ease and to aid lu Its eradication, tho move
ment of cuttlo whoreln and from the" ubovu-(W-rlbed
section of country shall he governed
by the following roKulutlonss
1. Cattle that are affected w 1th said disease
orthatjiavp been exposed to Its contusion,
shall not ho moved or be allowed to move
from ouo Btnlu or T"rrltory Into another, in
cept as hereinafter provided.
a. Cuttlo affected with (.cables or. exposed
to the contusion thereof may 1m shipped, for
Immediate slaughter when transported In cars
bearing it placard on each side with tlio word.
"Scabby Cattle" In plainly visible lutturs.sald
placard to lie affixed by tlio railroad company,
or they may bo transported by bout when
healthy cattlo are not carried on tlm same
trip. Said cattlo when uulo.ldedeiiroutoor at
destination shall not ho brought into contact
with healthy cattle. At whatever point such
cattlo are unloaded they shall ho yarded In
pons reserved for tho e.xelnslvo mo of such
caftlu anil entirely separated from other
cattlo peuy, or elso the pons shall lie Immed
iately cleaned ami dlslnfo.'ted after tho cattle
me roinoucd therefrom. Tho ears or Iniut
spaces occupied by such cuttlo shall bo clean
ed and disinfected as Soon us possible after
the cattlo are unloaded mid before leliig used
for c it tie.
3. When any cattlo affected w Itli or expos
ed to sruhles are found la any stock yards
ihoy shall bo Kept separate from healthy
cuttle and shall not bo pet mltted to Iwi e tlio
yards except for slaughter, unless they. are
HrNt dipped In accordance with these regula
tions. I. Uattlo In the iilHivu-descrllied Section of
country that urn not affected with scublcsand
havo not been exposed to Its contagion may bo
moved without restriction, except as may bo
provided by other regulations of this Depart
ment or such as may be lawfully Imposed by
tho authorities of tho State or Territory to
which destined. Cattle affected with scabies
or exposed to Its contagion may not bo ship
ped or trailed outot any Statu or Territory or
stocli yards for urnlug or stocking until they
havobeen dipped In souio proitariitlon approv
ed by this Department, Until otherwise di
rected the lima and. sulphur dtp, made In pro
portion of St pounds of flowers of sulphur and
1G',.' pounds of uuslackcd lima to 100 gallons of
water and properly prepared, shall bo used
for dipping cattlo. Affected cattlo shall bo
given two dippings with an Interval of 10 to IS
days between; exposed cattle shall receive onu
5. Inspectors of the llureau of Animal In
dustry will, upon request, give coitiflcuti
for cattlo fonnd upon inepocttou to bo free
from tbo dlpcuso and not to have been exposed
to contagion, and for cuttlo that have been
satisfactorily dipped under their supervision
il. Cleaning and disinfection shall bo tlone
by Urst removing all Utter and manure and,
then saturating tho Interior surfaces of tho
cars and tho woodwork, Ilooriug, and ground
of the chinos, alloys, and pens with a 5 per
cent, solution of crude carbolic acid In wator,
with sufficient time to show where It has been
?. Violation of this law Is made llablo by a
lino not loss than one hundred dollars or more
than one thousand dollars, or by imprlson
mont not exceeding ouo your, or by lioth tluo
und Imprisonment. .Jam Erf Wilson,
Fine blacksmith proposition Dig grow
ing trade. No opposition. Eyes have
failed and must quit immediately. Some
money required to buy part of tools and
stock or will sell all if renter desires.
M. C. French, Owner,
For screen doors and windows call on
Geo. G. Gadsby.
Robert Garrett and son art prepared to
do housem.vine and well drilling and re
pairing; first-class outfit. Satisfaction
guaranteed. 'Phone 74.
James C. Daiilman,
5ccy. & Mgr.
J. G. Horn,
Picture framing, upholstering and furni
ture repairing. C. Humphry. 7-io-tf
Good sized 7-foot fence posts for sale at
my njace at Dulap at ioJ cents each.
Proposal for lilds.
Sealed bids will bo received till August. IB,
for tho construction of u framo school build
ing, Slo 10x21 feet, In district No. 51, Ilox
Hutto county. Ilulhllng to bo completed by
September IS, 1W3. The school lward will
provldo for hauling of material from an) rail
road station In thu county. Specifications
may bo had upoiiaiplc:itoiiorcunbo smmnt
The HmiAM) olllco. Bids should liolllod with
tho director, w Jioso ixist olllco address Is Hom
Ingford. H.JIkvan, Director.
('. IlusNlMis, Moderator.
D. A. Paul, Treasurer.
Strayed or Stolen
From the ranch of Geo, W. Nation, 17
miles north of Minatare, Neb., about May
1, 1903, a bay gelding pony with yearling
colt by side, weight about 800 pounds,
branded G P on left hip. Colt not branded,
Any information leading to the whereabouts
of this property will receive prompt re
ward by Clark Andress, Alliance, Neb.
Having leased my ranch on account of
my injury, I will sell at public auction,
Monday, July 27, 3 miles southwest of
Hemingford, the following property:
35 head of American bred horses con
sisting of yearlings, two-year-olds, also
several mares with colts by their side.
weighing from 1,400 pounds down, Also
10 head of ponies, some of them with colt
by side. One Shire stallion 'and one
blooded Norman stallion. xO two- ear-old
steers, tra good ones. 7 head of cows,
good milkers, some with calves by side,
and other articles,
Terms: This property will be sold on
ten months time purchaser giving bank
able note. No property removed till terms
of sale are complied with and no by-bidding
as this property must sell. Persons
from a distance will be met at train at
noon. Sale begins 51 one o'clock, sharp.
E. Mabin, owner, W. M. Fosket, auc.
i. JOSEPH, SALT LAKE CITY
KA -SCITY, POITLAND,
ST. jl v. TS, SAN FRANCISCO.
and all i east and points west and
TiiAtNa Leave.. . .. .. -
No. 41 Passenger dully. Deadwrod.
Billings, all points north und
west 10:35 a.m.
Passenger dally, Lincoln,
Omaha, Chicago and all
A. points east 1:40a.m.
No. 301 Vassengur dally, for Denver
Ogden.Salt Lake, tan Fran
cisco and all intermediate
., .points, departs at 1:40 a.m.
No303 Passenger dally from Den vor
and all Intermediate points,
arrives at 10:10a.m.
No. 43 lxcal passenger dally from
Omaha, Lincoln und Inter
meUlato points arrives at.... 5:5b a.m.
No. 44 Local passenger dally, for
Omaha, Lincoln and Interne
dlato points, departs at ... 4:00.im
No. 305D.Uly. excon Sunday, for
points south and west, de
parts .... H:00 a.m
No. SOU Dally, except Sunday, from
south and west, arrives...... 4:55p.m.
Sleeplug, dining und rocllnlng chair cars
tseats free) on through trains. Tlckots sold
und Vaggago checked to any point In tho
United States or Canada. For Information,
tluio tables and tickets call on or write to J.
Kiikidkldauoh, Agunt, or J. EiiANOis, Gen
eral Passenger Agent. Omaha. Nobrusku.
ItOYAi. HiuiiLAMirtis Alliance Castlo No.
meets very second and fourth Thursday
nlntr in W(). v. linn vuttim. m,.. ..........
lurumiiv ill) lieu.
iiili "7.- " ! .-.w-...
F. M. WALLACE
Moving Household Furniture
and Trunks a specialty . ,
"Phone No, 1 Young's grocery, Alliance,
Ridpath's Uuiversal History is the only
general history which may justly be ranked
as a classic. The reader will find in it
more solid and authentic information re
lating1 o historical objects thad could be
gleaned fr6ifl a vi16l6 library of more dif
fuse but lest Valuable works. New York
Christian Advocate. Information about
clubbing rates on thl beautiful World's
History can be obtained nl this office
Achecon & Jo-ei,
The hardware mm, sell the only cattle
dip, Car-Sul, for lice, itch and mange.
See them if ou want to clean up jour
n n I nl IM 1 1 ill Ill
L. A. BERRY,
Orricc Phone l&o. u8ipnc Phone 203.
R. C. NOLEMAN,
Hooms 1, 2 and 3, First National hunk bulk)
lnif. Alliance, Neb. Notary In olllco.
W. G. SIMONSON . . .
Oflieo Up-st.ttrs Over I'ostofflco
smith 4p. tuttle. i a e. tash.
TUTTLE & TASH,
North Main St., - ALLIANCE. NEB.
II. II. nVLLWOOP. M. I). -- W. 8. IIF.I.I.WOOU. M. D.
Bellwood & Bellwood,
llolstcii'lltilldftig. - ALLIANCE, NEB,
L. W. BOWMAN,
Olllco In l'lrst National Bank block,
J. E. MOORE, M. D.
Calls answered from
Telephone No. m.
olllco day or night.
Q. W. MITCHELL. M. D
Olllco In Lock wood (
Telephone No. 379.
JULIA V. FREY,
Ofllce two blocks north of Times building,
Hours, 8 to IS a. m.. 1 :30 to 5 p. m.
A. U. NEW,.
Sales cried In this and adjoining counties by
tho day or commission. Sixteen years ox-
perience. Kntlsf action guaranteed. Con
tracts can Ihj mndu at Tin: Hr1iAi.11 ofllce
where references to Alliance citizens will
also bo given.
Notice of Order of Hearing.
Statoof Nebraska 1 R
Box Butto county I "
At 11 eounn court, held ut tho county court
room. In and for said county, July 13, A.
1)., lOOJ.present, I). IC. Sp.icht, county Judge.
In tho matter of tho estate of Austin Sylves
ter McDonald, deceased:
On reudlng und llllng thu petition of John
Archibald McDonald, praying that the In
strument, filed on tho 13tli day of July, 1B03,
mid purporting to be tho last will and testa
ment of the said deceased, may be proved, ap
proved, probated, allowed nnd recorded as the
l.vt win nml ti'stmnimt nf thu Mild Austin Syl
vester McDonald, deceased, nnd that th ox
vMiiinnnf said Instrument lnuv be committed
and tho administration of said estate may be
granted to John Archibald McDonald as ex
ecutor. Ordered, that August 4, A. D 1003, at 0
o'clock, it. m., Is assigned for hearing wtld p
tltlon, when all persons Interested In said
matter may appear at a county court to bo
hold in and: for said county, und hhowcaus
why tho pruier of petitioner should not be
grautod : and that uotico of tho pendency of
said petition and tho hearing thereof, bo given
to all person- interested In said matter b)
publishing a copy of this order In tho Alli
ance Hehalk, a weekly newspaper printed In
said county, for three successive weeks, prior
to said day of hearing.
(Atruocopy.XflKAi.) UK. Hpacht,
First p'uh. July IT.
Notice to Creditors.
In County court within and for Box
Butto count), Nebraska, July , 1P03, In tlio
matter of tho estate of Mary Brenuan, de
ceased. To the creditor, of mid estate:
You aro hereby notltled that I will sit at tho
county court room In Alliance In mild coixity
011 the 6th day of January, IWI, at lOo'clock a.
m. to receive aim examine uu claims against
said ostato with u view to their adjusment
and allowance Thu time limited for tl) pre
Dentation of claims against said estate is six
months from the ttth day of July, A. I). 1003
and tho tlmo limited for paymont of debts Is
onoyuar frotiwmld tli day of July, 1003.
W ftliCBS my hand and tbo seal of said coun
ty court tills 0th day of July, IB0.I.
D. K. M'AciiT. .County Judge.
(skal) First pub. July 10, 4-w
Notice of Order of Hearing.
State of Nebraska 1 fia
Box Butte county t BS"
At it county court held at the county court
roni lu and for said county, July IS, A. D.,
113, present, I). IC. pacht, county Judge.
In thu matter of thu estate of Lomey A. Cur
mlcle. On reading and Mini? the petition of John
t'armlcle, Sr. priiyiiiK a Dual settlement und
allowance of his tlnal account, tiled on tho
16th day of. Inly, P.K33, and for certain (hidings
und for his dlschurae.
Ordered, that July 81, A. J).. 1P03, at 10
o'clock a. m., Is assigned for heurlnK said pe
tition, when all persons Interested in said
matter may appear ut a county court to be
hold In and for said county and thw causo
why the prater of petitioner should nut bo
granted: and that notice of the pendency of
said petition, and the hearing thereof, be Iv
an to till por-ons Interested in said matter by
publishing copy of this order In the Alli
ance ll-UALi), a weekly newspaper printed
In said county, for two successive weeke prior
to said day of hearing
(A tnt. copy) (SEAL) D. K. SrAC-T,
First pub. July IT. County Judo
, DEALER IN
FLOUR and FEED
WHOLESALE ASD HETAir.
Celebrated Ravenna Flour
At Pl'kiiigton'S old
stand, 'phone No. 71.
BON TON TAILORS
They'll clean and press
that old suit and make
it look like a new one.
Suits and pants made
to your measure.
Hats cleaned und ro
pnired; made good as
new by Retts, the hat
ter. Gilbert & Co.,
Opposite Hotel Charters.
t Fire J
t Insurance. o
Jt HEMiNGroRD, Nebraska. 0
AKcnt for the Caledonian, of
Scotland, which Insures towh
property only, and tho Colum
bia, which Insures town and
farm property anil llvo stock.
Both are reliable old Hue com
panies l Notarial Work. T
W. M. FOSKET,
Will Cry Sales, in This and
Adjoining Counties. .-.
BY THE DAY.
OT Satisfaction guaranteed. If
you want to buy or sell ranch prop
erty, list it with me
III (8580) Bred bv William
Ward, Weston, Spalding
Line, England and imported
by L. Banks Wilson of
Will mako tho season of 100:1 at my ranch llvo
miles west and one-half mllu north of liem-
nml ut owner-s r,k. j reserve rlcht to icject
1 'I itpniQiii in iiiwnrn 11 vinp ('fur. innri's
any mare. If owner parts with maro she will
bo considered In foul und fees duo at onco.
Parties living at a distance can leao mares
qr.id for SI, cash, extra.
GIVES DISTANT RELIEF.,
Dl-COV-RCD IN 1900
FIRST SOLD IN 11001
years' of suffering
with Hay Fever In
its season, Sir. Wood
run discovered this
valuable remedy, and
is now entirely free
from Hay Fever.
Others have tried
it with the same re
sult. Outward appli
cation and inhaling
Price 50c by taail,
THE WOODRUFF CO.
For sale by D. W. Butler at Eagle
Pharmacy, Alliance, Neb.
Contractor and Builder.
Turning and Scroll
Work and all
. Kinds of Shop
GEO. G. GADSBY,
Brick Shop West of Alliance Nutlcal
Bank, Alliance, Nub.
FINE BOOTS and SHOES
REPAIUING A SPECIALTY.
ORDEB3 CALLED KOIt AND DELIVERED
K. V1AL-Nf I
THE BEST OF
Our. Prices are Right.
5vo& "V.s a 3T.a. 6to.6t.
J as. Graham.
For a Full
That Can't fie Real
"Vovits ot "3a.lv
A. D. RODGERS..
Flour 1 Peed.
Is Our Leader. Try It..,
WEST SIUE MAIN
W m. James,
MISS MAGGIE BARRY, Proprietress
Good Table Board
Opposite Depot, Alliance, Neb.
made of careuflly selected gram in a
distillery where every detail of the
making is watched by those jealous of
its reputation is our Marriage Wreath.
It is a
that can be used safely in the
in the sick room or at the club.
Of fine quality when made
acquired an exquisite flavor,
ft fl raS LJj O
THE RED LIGHT.
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