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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1903)
By T. J. O'KEEFE.
Entered at the postofiice at Alliance,
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AST The Herald is the Official Publica
tion of Box Butte county and its circula
tion is nearly twice that of 'any other Al
'Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance.
.Democratic Judicial Coin cut Ion for the
1'lftccnth Judicial District.
The electoJSof the Democratic party of the
rlttceiith Judicial district of Ncbiasliti, are
hereby notified that 011 Tuesday, the lfth of
AiiKUst, A 1).. llWJ, at ten o'clock u. in. a noni
iuntlnKConvciitlonof said party will lie held
in the city of Valentine, Nebraska, for the
purpose nf nominating candidate- for the fol
Iowlnjj olliees to lto voted for- at the Kenenil
election of 1103.
Two candidates for Judges of thu Fifteenth
. Judicial district.
Said convention Isnlso called for the pur
pose of selecting a committee of said party
for the fifteenth Judlclnl district and for thu
transaction of such other business as may
properly come before It. The basis of repre-
seutatlou Is as follows: One delegate for each
ono hundred votes or major fraction cast for
thu Honorable V. II. Thompson for Governor
at the Keucral election of liHK. The represen
tation of thu various counties is as follows:
llox lluttu 4
.Holt 1 1(1
Kayu I'lihii ;t
.Sheridan , , 5
It'ls, recommended that no proxies bo ul-
lowed. That. the delegates present cast the
full vote of tho county.
' VM. TALLON,
Chairman of tho Democratic Party of thu
Ffteenth Judicial District of Nebraska.
Kolfh L. Pierce Is fully authorized to so
dclt subscriptions and Job work and collect
and receipt for Mime, and transact all othor
5U5lHE 111 connection with ids position us an
aeTelltcn representative vi mis paper.
Peoples Independent Judicial Convention
for the l'lftccnth Judicial District.
Tho electors of the Peoples Independent
Party of the Fifteenth Judicial District of Ne
braska, are hereby uotlllcd that on Tuesday,
the 18th, day of AukuM, A. 1) , l'.KO, at ten
o'clock a. m, a nominating convention of said
party will be held In the city of Valentine,
Nebraska, for tho purpose of nominating can
didates for tho following olllces to bu voted
for at the general election of HKti.
Two candidates for Judges of tho fifteenth
Said convention is also called for thu pur
pose of selecting a committee of said party for
the fifteenth Judicial district and for the trans
action of such other business as may prop6rly
come before it. Tho basis of representation
is as follows: Ono delegate for each ono hun
dred vot es or major fraction cust for the Hon
orable V. II. Thompson for Uuveruor lit thu
general election of lPft.'. Thu representation
01 tun various counties is as follows:
Hox lluttu , 4
Hoyd . 7
Keya l'aha , :i
.Sheridan... t 5
.siou,....r: -. 1
Ills recommended that no proxies bo al
lowed. That the delegates present cast the
the full voto of thu county.
SAM . HOWARD,
Chairman of tho Peoples Independent Party
of thu Fifteenth Judicial District of Nebraska.
W. It. HUTLKIt.
iicpublicnn Judicial Convention.
A delegato convention will bo held at tnu
county court house at ten o'clock a. m. on
Tuesday. August 25th, 1003, at Valentine, Ne
braska, for tho purpose of placing In nomlim
"Hon two candidates of tho HepuJdicau party
for tho olllco of District Judge or tho 15tli.
, Judicial District of Nebraska.
Representation of the respective counties
will bo tho same as contained In the olllclal
call for thu Republican State Convention,
which convenes at Lincoln, Nebraska, on Aug
ust llUli, UK)!. ('. H. Uohneix.
Chairman Republican Judicial Committee
15th Judicial District of Nebraska.
Cull lor County Convention. ,
Tho Republicans of Iio lluttu county arc
called to meet In convention at the court
house in Alllanco, Nebraska, on the 8th day
of August. tw3. at 2 o'clock p. m., fur thopur
'poso of placing in nomination candidates for
the following named officer, viz:
County J udcu.
County Superintendent of Public Instruc
To bo elected, at thu general Kotomber X
1P03 election, and for tho transaction of such
other business as may come before t lie conven
Also for tho purpose of selecting flvo dele
gates to represent llox Hutto county at thu
state republican convention, to bu held in
Lincoln on uuesuay
for the Fourteenth Judicial district (time and
August 18th. And live
delegates to attend tho Judicial convention
nlnco tn liu irtren later.)
Tho severnl.precinctsure allowed represen
tation as follows: Ono delegate at large, an. I
onu delegate for each ten votes, or major frac
tion thereof, cast for Governor Mickey In said
precinct at the hint general election, and are
apportioned as follows:
First Ward 14
Second Ward S
A convention of the First Commissioner
District Is called to meet at ilia court house
in Alliance, Nebraska, on tho Mb day of Aug
ust, I'M), ut I o'clock p. in., composed of the
delegates select?d for Lawn, Liberty and
Snake Creelt precincts, to nomluate a candi
date tor mo since 01 county couunissionur.
It recommended that the precinct caucuses
lo held on August 4th, l!KJ3.at such place and
hour as tho precinct committeeman may
No proxies to tlie county convention aio al
lowed, but the delegatus present will cast tho
full voto of their precinct.
W. II. Counts.
Chairman Republican County Central Com
mittee. Jah. H. H.Hbwett,
Secretary Republican County Central Committee.
Will lto hold on Tuesday, August 4th, for thu
various precincts, time and place haying lieen
designated as folio as:
Snaku Creok Residence of John Hoverson,
Mulludu postolUcc, 2 p. m.
Dov Hutu Residence of Goo. Parker ut 2
Running Water Usual voting place.
Wright School house at 2 p. m.
Liberty- Henry Wluten'n residence, 2
Lake-'-ltesldence of D. W. Hughes, 2 o'clock.
Alliance. First Wurd Corbin hall, 8
o'clock p. m.
Lawn -Lawn Postofiice, 2 p. m.
Hoyd At Fast Point school house, 2 o'clock.
Alliance, Second Wurd -Court house, 9 p.m.
Djoriiip; mowers at Wu.iiv.
llusby's gloves at Wildy's
Dan Watson was in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Bliss Is quite ill Willi erysipelas,
Fresh fruit and vegetables) ut Wildy's
Men's hats, best and cheapest, Wlldy.
Mrs. H: B. Ford went to Alliance
C. J. Wlldy returned from IUluois,
Fredolln Abbey has been very ill
D. O. McLean was In from Box Butte
Wednesday. . .
Mrs. Carter has been on the sick Hbt
for some time.
Ladles' summer and fall hats very
cheap at Wildy's
Deeriuy binders, mowers, rakes uud
twine nt Wildy's.
Byron Foskct was in town a couple
of days this week.
Potatoes, eggs, butter and chickens
wanted at Wildy's.
A. II. Pierce has been sick with cry
sipllas for-several days,
Clark Olds spent a couple of days in
Alliance the first of the week.
Charley Hall and son were up from
their Snake Creek Ranch Tuesday.
Simon Spry and Mr. James of Alli
ance attended the Mubin sale Monday.
Almcda Foskct came up from Alli
ance to remain tv couple of weeks, Mon
day. A. M. .Miller of Ilcmingford Is payltiR
the highest market price for nil kinds of
Hzekfel Mabin'ssale Monday was well
attended and horses brought good
II. II. Funk has accepted the princi
palshlp of the schools here for the en
Mrs. Pearl Broshar, Mary TIerncall
and Susie Hopkins sperit Saturday and
Sunday at home.
A sister of Ole Moe from Chicrgo is
visiting him this week. We did not
hear her name.
Mrs. Oilman, Mebdames A. J. and
W. G. Siraonson and several other ladies
spent Friday with Mrs. Sherwood.
T. Colvin is erecting a large barn on
his ranch, hauling nil the lumber for
its construction from Pine Itidge.
John Curran while disciplining a
horse hnd a toe badly mashed Tuesday.
He came to town and had it attended
Before you buy your machine oil call
at Funk's pharmacy. He has some
thing that will surprise you in the way
Remember a pair of shoes free, with
the. purchase of one pair, or with 100
pounds Best Snow or Gold Leaf Hour
ut $2.10 at Wildy's.
A large crop of small grain is being
harvested this week. Some fields of
barley are robuiring over four pounds
of twine to the acre.
Mr. Can Held from near Lincoln is
visiting W. M. Foske't this week and
may buy a few carloads of horses if ho
can find any which suit him.
It. H. Blanchard of Chadro'n will be
here Aug. 11, 12 and 13th to renew ac
quaintances nutl will come prepared to
do any dental work that comes along.
A game of ball will talte place Sun
day afternoon between the Sleepy Hol
low nine commanded by Capt. B. U.
Shepherd and Capt. H.F. Goodenbugh's
We note the following sales of cows
from this county shipped by a ranch
men near here: 10 cows weight 993,
82.95; 9 cows weight 919, $2.95;, 3 cows
weight 900, $2.25; 1 bull weight 340,
Mr. Earns of an eastern elevator com
pany was here Wednesday looking up
the grain situation. Ho says there
will be .a market for all the grain raised
in this vicinity and that the prices will
The fourth and last quarterly meet
ing for this year will be held in Hera
ingford, August 8 and 9th. Everyone
who can possibly paro the time is
urged to be present. Important busi
ness requiring a full attendance will be
transacted. C. E. Council, Pastor.
Robt. Garrett has been here with his
house moving outfit for several days
and has moved the Perlick house to
Uhrigs furm and tho house on tho
Blanchard place one mile west of town
to Davig's ranch.
Byron Reynolds has been at Excel
sior Snrintrs, Mo., for some time for his
health. Recently his father died, but
before he could go to the place the fun
eral had occurred. Mr. Reynolds does
not experience much improvement in
Owing to the fall in price of live
stock, meats are greatly reduced in
price. I quote the following prices:
Beef steak, sirloin and porterhouse,
15c; choice roast 10c; boiling meats
3X to 7c; dry salt pork 12Kc; homo
rendered lard 13c, all other meats in
proportion. II. L. Bushnell, Palace
C. E. Council was returning from
E. M. Snlder'fl place Tuesday evening
and wns overtaken by the storm. In
attempting to turn tho load. into the
shtller of the barn at tho par
sonnge it was overturned and his wrist
badly sprained. Several boys were
with him, hut all came through with
only a few bruUes.
J. K. Neal stopped oft a few duyfi
while enronte to Washington to seek n
new location, He seems to have done
well during his absence, but being
aflllcted with' the periodical moving
germ which attacks nil healthy Ameri
cans once every 10 to 12 years and stirs
up their pioneering dispositions, he hns
concluded to begin anew in the fur
Miss Margaret Combs and Elmer G.
Rowland wore married at noon Sun
day at Alliance They came up from
Alliance Monday and were met by
their host of friends here and cordially
congratulated. They will live in the
Sherwood residence and will shortly
begin housekeeping. We heartily con
gratulate this couple and believe that
tho gain of another young married pair
may help to liven up tho social life of
A hailstorm ami high wind prevailed
In this section Tuesday evening. It
was (irst heard from at Ardmore where
tho news came by wire that largo hail
stones were falling and tho windows
were being demolished. Looking north
toward Pino Ridge the hills could be
seen coated white. The storm bi-gnn
by 11 high wind accompanied by rain
and no hull fell in town to ainou.it to
anything. Tho first phieo it struck- in
this county was Hollinrultc's. lie km!
130 acres of small grain ami the loss is
total, They had made about five
rows on a 45 acre Held when the storm
came. Cuttle were badly lacerated by
hall and windmlllsundhouseroofs were
badly pounded up. The hall moved
from here slightly en;.t of south anil
cleaned fc up Whelan's, Fronapfel's,
Snider' and Osborn's crops. It jumped
John Kuhn's but deitroyed Kinsley's,
Roland's and MeCandless grain and
Kid well's partially. Emery Abbey and
those west of town esuu pod as well as
Uhrig east of town. .Several people
in town not in the habit of seeking
shelter in caves or cellars confess that
they did so on this occasion. Consider
able grain had already been cut so the
loss is not so great as it would have
been two weeks ago and much of it can
still bo cut for feed.
Allianck, Nkh., July 28, tgoj,
iJoatd of County Commissioners mot
pursuant to ajourntnettt. Prevent:
Frank Caha, Chairman; Goo. V. Dun
can and Geo. W. Loer, tnutnbets; S.
M. Stnjscr, Clerk.
It appearing that A. '1'riplutt, for the
year 189.1, paid in cash liin poll tux to
the county Tioasuror and now presents
liis tcccipt showing that for that yutu
he worked out said poll tax and asks
that he he 1 of untied threo dollars.
It h ordered bv thu Honrd tho County
Treasurer refund said sum of $3.00 to
A. L. Park presents his tax teucipt
for tlu year toot, showing that lie
paid city taxes levied by the city an
thoiiticsof the City of Alliance in the
amount of-$4.65 for that year under
protest, for tho reason that tho property
upon .. Iiicli said tax was levied was not
within the limits of said city on April
1st, Hoa,and now makes application to
have the same refunded, and the Hoard
upon consideration thereof finds that
said propel tv wa3 included within the
limits of said city by nu ordinance of
said citv passed and approved May 6,
1902 and have thereafter duly ptiblis
cd and a certified copy thereof filed
and tccorded in the office of the County
Clcik of Hox Butte County, Nebraska
on June 24, 11103.
It js ordered that application to re
fund ho rejected.
Hoard adjourned to meet until tomor
row nt 8 a. in .
Imlynk Caha, Chairman
S. M. Smyskr, Clerk.
Allianck, Nbii., July 20, 1003.
Board of County CouunissEonei s met
pursuant to adjournment;'. Same offi
cers as on the first day.
The following bills were examined
and allowed and the Cletk ordcted to
draw warrants on the general fund in
payment Uieieof, towit:
ira icoci,ixkiihcs arrt 01 .tniy ura-i
Nelson I'lelchiT, liiKinaiice
Auburn Telephone Ho., service March,
April and May
8 M Smyner, oxpVnso account, May,
I). If. Siinehi,goits In llochroldureiiso,
dismissed , -
FOnist Lumber Co.. coal ami lumber
Ira Heed, lwird and Jallm's fees ac
H. I1'. Oilman, 1 'omminsioner IiiKUulty,
les $. il taxes
I). K, J-pacht el al costs In Thompson
case . , ,
Frank I'alm, roiJimlsloii.r fees and
Cleo. W. Ier, same
(leo.W I'unean.snmonud vloiv Ing roan
Hoard adjourned sine die.
Frank Caha, Chairman
S. M. Sniyser, Clerk.
Schlitz Export and Brau Bottled Beer
W. H. McBrayer, Atherton, Paris
t Club and Sam Clay Whiskies.
Try our Bottled in Bond Whiskies, They must
Ixj good for Uncle Sam's guarantee is on the neck
of each bottle.
Family ancl,Mail Order Trade solicited
Goods-delivered on short notice to any part of tho city. 'Phono 13G.
i WAv ' u"5f V
! A - igsssssST
, r.riStvafrftteJ. -v
I have purchased the paint
shop of Albert Johnson and
am prepared to do all kinds of
People, if you have furni
ture you want fixed I will call
and get it. I also do painting
and paper hanging, graining
and first class sign work. All
work of the best and satisfac
W. H. Zelirung.
ID iamonds Watches,
Haying is now tho order of tho duy
and hay hands are scarce and the hay
crop is heavy. Thu second crop of rye
is looUlpp very promising at this writ
ing. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Randall weru in
Alliance Monday on important buslr
ness and came home Tuesday.
' C. W. Loclcwood was in Uemiugford
Friday and purchased a new mowing
Geo, E. Zimmerman and lady were
in Alliance, Saturday.
Mrs. J.. W. Hroshar and daughter,
Miss Edith, came homo Thursday from
an extended visit in Sioux Co., at the
home of Mr. and Mrs?C. II. Irion.
C. W. Loclcwood was in Alliance this
week for borne machinery for haying.
Geo. and Arnold Jones from Harris
burg, Banner county, were guests at
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. II.
Clayton a few days tho past week.
A. N. Oleson lost a fine cow Friday,
which was killed by lightning.
Miss Mary Ilickey was the guest of
Miss Myrtle Broshar, Sunday evening.
Misses Mary and Ora Clayton came
home Monday much pleased with their
little outing, which they have had
among their friends, uncle, aunt and
cousins near Ilelmont, Dawes county.
Miss Pearl Hroshar who ha,s been at
tending the Normal in Alliance since
the fourth, came home Friday and re
turned Sunday over the overland route.
Mary Lemons of Ilelmont was visit
ing this week with her cousins, Will
and Evert Clayton.
Arthur Hubs was taking in the sights
at tho county beat Friday and came
homo between showers.
G. II. Clayton was in our city Mon
day for a load of grain for his ranch.
Tho Canton itemizer for the Alliance
Times give yo scribe a piece of their
mind a few days ago for gathering
news in their jurisdiction. The prom
ise wo made, was that hereafter we
would gather items fresh and newsy
from all p'olnts of tho compass.
Strayed or Stolen.
One brown yearling horse 'colt, slim
built with white spot in forehead, wire
cut on throat, no brands. Ample re
ward will be paid.
D. T. Taylor, the Hay Springs banker
and stockman, was in the city yesterday
to receive a shipment of wool which he
purchased of Nels Worley.
Preaching at Carpenter church nest
Lord's Day, August 22, at 11 a. m. by A.
W. Post of Lincoln.
Cattle taken to run by the season or
year. Correspondence solicited. Refer
ence Commercial Bank, Chappell, Neb-
I Jno. M. Delatoup, Hutchinson, Neb.
Itoud Notice to I. and Owners.
Itnail No. 44 Notice to Lanil Owners.
To Whom it May Co.nckii.n:
Tim 1 'omnifont oner itiiDoluted to cxiimlnt! 11
rinui foimuuiicltigitt nortluMist corner uf Si
tion 14. Township ST nurtli, Unnsu is wi'M 6tli
1. M. In llox llutto nrccua't, Hox lluttu
County, NubriNku. itiunliiK iIipiick wiutli on
section lines for II f teen miles teruiluatlim at
the northeast corner of Seetinn .'15. Township
LT) north, UaiiKU 48. west Uth 1. M. In unlc!
count v has reported in favor of the JayliiKOut
thereof, and all objections, thereto op cIiiIihb
for (liunnires must he illed In the County
Oleik'sollleooii or lK'foru noon of the 3d day
otOctolwr, A. I).. HKXIorNitu road will lie laid
out mid onleied opened without reference
4t H. M. SMYHTr-ll,
- County Olerk,
Repairing in all its
. Hail orders promptly 2
attended to.--- i
AI. O. Barnes,
Jeweler and Optician.
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Notice is hereby ulven that Shrovu A: Carson,
a lirm composed of .1. C. Shrove, mid .1, C. Car
hiiii have tiled their petition with the villain
clerk of IMmiluL'fonI, Nebraska, askliiK Unit
thoy bo urauted a iiceusu toMHi man. spirit
uoum and vinous llcpiors on lot 10 nail IP In tin
llouors on lot lOiiuil IP In the
villain) of llein'nKfurd. -cbraHka. for the
municipal war cudliiK May, llMi. And that
ssld matter will be presented to thehotirdof
trtitttuos of huld vllliitiu on Monday evixilnu',
August 10. H'0.1. or as boon thereafter us tho
board or trustees may in) in session.
Siiiievk Si Cauhon.
A II rm composed of J. ('. .Shreve and .1. C.
F. J. Brennan & Co,
Toilet Articles, i
a l w PSniv FvJlIX V7il
:: Undertaking and .
:: Embalming Company.
Calls snswered promptly day or night.
Residence phone 269.
$ Paints, Oils and Wall Paper.
I S'arnskt bnlaotau Alliance, Nebraska.
ICE CREAM SODA
Fresh Crushed Strawberries
Every day at the
J. S. flEKINEY, Proprietor.
5 Forest Lumber Co.
Every loaf of hread that leaves our
ovens stands on a par with the best
beef It contains nourishment for the
whole body, And this
has flavor to it unlike much of that
produced by tke careless, unskilful
baker from inferior material.
We use the best flour obtainable and
use it intslligently.
The PARDEE Bakery.
Xumber an& I
Estimates Cheerfully Given, r -y S
WE MAKE ALL
AND A SPECIAL
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