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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1903)
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Nebraska Stock (JroMer'H Amoclntlon.
A. M. M(xJlnctt Jinmlilunt, Kuslitlllo; H. M.
Hampton, vlcc-i)riit()ont. Allliineo; H. M
Evnrlc Jr.. srerutiiry-trvusuriT, Oit.iinllii.
Uxpcutlvo comnilttoo-K. 1. Myew, Ionnj
1L It. Klnrnld. llliiRliunit Jolin Hrennun,
AUIhucu;.!. It. VuitlluMkirk, Allliuiovi I- V..
Lowi', Hjiintils! Joint M. Adnnit, 1'otttr; It.
M.Allen. Amosi It. I.lxco, Lodtfopolu; Iert
Etdml, Orlatnlot K. C. HnrrU, Chiulrun; U
W. Hlckoll, Kluil11j Hubert Qniliiim, Al
Ituneo; .lolm Conway. thuinliiRS .1. H. t-W,
Agate; A. H. Itewl. Alllnuco.
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liny plnco on luft
Hide. Uhiiko on
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MOSr.Ktl A, Tt'M.V,
in hbuwn on cut
on either lda.
Also J -O on eith
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The Bass Bros. ere in Irom the ueit
part of the county Monday.
J. C. Herline of Lawn precinct whs ii
county eat visitor the first of the week.
Hrennan Bros, had nine cars of steers
on Tuesday's mnrket. They sold at $3.75.
Heory Winten the Liberty precinct
stockman, was In the metropolis Wednes
day and Thursday.
Geo. H. Zimmerman is another rancher
from Liberty precinct who came in Tues
day to buy some winter clothing.
John Mornvek and son Charles were in
from the ranch Tuesday. 'Ihey report
more snow falling in the west part of the
county than at Alliance.
Mr. and Mrs. Jamos Connelly were in
from the ranch yesterday. Mr. Connelly
contemplates moving to town for school
advantages during the winter.
John andT'. J. O'Kocfe had tuo cars of
steers on the South Omaha market Tues
day. They were threcycar-olds and
brought i 93, which, by the way, is the
top price of any stock shipped from Alli
ance this season.
V L. Ashbrook of Sioux county had
215 feeders on Tuesday's market which
sold for $4.00, and E. B. Myers of Hyannis
sold 59 head for $4.05. 101 lead of Ash
brook's averaged 1,215 'hs., and 113 head,
1,191 lbs. Myers' averaged 1,153 lbs.
f xv r
sou 1 Lb mtos.,
on right thigh or
XV on right
Tow 11 h hip '.'7,
Catholic cross 011
hiiinu 011 right
lluucli on H. V.
U of section 30,
so, 4" and adjacent
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I) cut 011 left hip.
also with the bur
over Instead of
(Cross II Crest)
011 left side. Also
t j I 011 left thigh.
samo an eattl i 011
luft Jaw ami U on
( LMtltAN I1HOS
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U11 left side.
N on left sldo
J. It. Nurud.
N on left thlgh-
STU11M LA KB ItANL'll,
As in cut on
i-lcht or left hip;
left ear cropped,
llorseti branded ()
on left Jaw.
JOHN O'KKUPi: Si SONS.
OK on left side:
also ok and ok
on left side.
N on rlRlit hip.
llango In Twp.
20, range 45, Sher
South Omaha Market.
Offerings of tange cattle were not
very extensive Thutbday nor was the
quality of the ntrivals particularly de
sirable as a rule. Beef steers were in
active request at fully steady prices
and the same was true of cow stuff. In
the stocker and feeder line the trade
was in very fair shape and prices firm
ly held for all suitable offerings. The
recent fiost was not nearly t.o injuiious
as was feared and the inquiry for feed
ers was about as good as it has been
The market while somewhat lower
showed considerable life Thursday con
sidering the bearish reports from other
points, and while prices in the main
v etc about a nickel lower the move
ment was rather brisk at the prices.
The decline was general and outside of
very common packers was about as
Todnv 'Friday) the cattle market
report is steady and unc'.i uiged.
Irrigate by Pumps.
Mr. Hobertson came here a month ago
from Marshall, Harrison county, Texas,
to study irrigation methods. He has trav
eled over the state extensively and gained
much knowledge of irrigation from his in
spection of the ditches of Colorado, says
the Denver Post.
"Texas will bloom as the rose when she
gets irrigation dowu fine. And we hie
learning fast from Colorado ranchers. In
our state we irrigate fully as much as ou
do in Colorado, as far as area is concerned.
Wo would do more, but many of our
people do not know how it is done or the
value of it. Krom the Panhandle south to
Beaumont, where the rice fields are, is a
great stretch of country with irrigated
places here and there. Along the Pecos
river is another strip. This strip extends
as far north as Roswell, N. M.
"We irrigate a great deal by pumping.
We have no mountain streams as you have
here and we must put in current pumps
and do the best we can. The best is pretty
good, though. I have seen a ranch of
2.5C0 acres all irrigated by current pumps
and doing as well as any field under
"In the Beaumont rice fields we use the
pumps altogether, but on the Pecos river
we have a fall that permits of ditches
The advantage of pumping the water is
that you put it where you want it. Here
you waste a great deal of the water. Down
in Texas we would be ruined if we allowed
as much water to go to waste as the
ranchers do in Colorado.
"The irrigation has been going on in
Texas for about ten years. We learned, it
from Colorado We raise cotton, corn,
alfalfa, fruit and vegetables by irrigation,"
Stockmen: It will
pay you to advertise
yoiir "brands in this
paper. The Herald
has the largest circu
lation of any newspa
per in Western Nebraska.
Estrayed from my place near Alliance,
one cow branded 14 on left hip and H on
right hip; yearling branded B on left hip.
Reward. Lawhenck Barry.
Taken up on the 30th day of July, A. 1),
1903, as a stray on section 26, in township
24, range 49, in Box Butte county, Ne
braska, by the subscriber who resides
thereon One gray horse, branded B con
nected on left shoulder. Weight about
1,000 pounds. The owner of said property
can have the same by proving property
and paying expenses.
Dated this 1st day of August, A.D. 1903.
Wm, Culver was down from Marple
Sunday and Monday.
iKolth L Pierce is fully authorized to m
ik'lt subscriptions and Job work and collect
mil receipt for same, and transact all other
ouslnoss In connection with his position as an
accredited representative of Ibis paper.l
Arthut Bass was in town Tuesday.
School began in the Enyoart district
M. L. Claik-was down from Mais
Miss Almeda Fosket spent last week
in the country,
W. D. Cross was down from Pine
Geo. Duncan of Alliance was in
If you want a pair of hhoes free,
Wlldy will supply you as advertised.
New car of Michigan barrel salt and
a car of lump and crushed salt at Wll
dy's. John Sullenberger delivered horses
to Ira Reed here Monday.
Di. Eikner was called to Marsland
Sunday where he has several important
cases. . ,
Now clothing-, suits for boys, men
and children. Come and price C. J.
Mrs. A. R. Lewis accompanied her
husband from Marsland to Alliance
Miss Anna Miller of the eastern part
of the state is visiting with Mrs.
Wm. Foskct came up Wednesday
front Omaha where he disposed of a
cur of cattle.
Mi. Sherwood tcturned Saturday
from Michigan looking exceptionally
well and hearty.
Miss Lena Jay visited with friends
in this vicinity this week. She formerly
went to school lieie.
Dan Mauk was in town during the
snow storm being forced to take a lay
off from his hay work.
John Mchrkcns and family departed
for Red Wing, Minn., Satuiday. They
took an emigrant cai through.
Quite an extensive prairie fire Wed
ncsday burned over some valuable
rangc.about eight miles west of heie.
The Catholics arc repairing their
church and lepainting it, the work
being under the charge of Will Bahcock.
The W. C. T. U. ladies will serve
dinner in the house opposite Wildy's
stote on Snturday, Sept. :6. Every
The M. W. A. will give a dance at
Woodmen hall Friday evening, Sept.
25. It is a public dance to which all
are cotdially invited.
Ira Reed shipped a car of horses to
Illinois Monday for which he was paid
approximately ? 1,900. They were
fine horses and were products of Box
C. E. Stewait lost his valuable bitd
dog by strychnine poisoning Sunday.
It was one to which Mr. Stewart and
wife were much attached and they
1 egret the loss.
Tom Hopkins was nianicd at Hay
Springs last Wednesday to Miss Myita
Bolin. They have taken a trip east
and will return here shortly to reside
on the ranch.
A. D. Millett and son Warner and
H. R. Green went to the liver the fust
of the week on a hunting expedition.
They killed several birds, Warner
cat tving off the laurels.
The school board has choson C. A.
Burlew to take the place of W. F.
Walker as director of the school board.
Mr. Walker resigned on account of
having a homestead.
Henry Lichto has raised some splen
did vegetables this ear. He has an
acre and a half of onions which will
yield one bundled and fifty bushels to
the acre. He also has fine beets,
cabbage and other gaulen stuft,
A brother-in-law of James Novotm
and brother of John Hickey has bought
James Novotney out and moved here
by cars from Ashland the first of the
week. Mr. Novotny will return to
the eastern part of Nebraska shortly.
A. H. Piorce's dray team ran away
Wednesday last, resulting in no injury
to himself or team but breaking a pait
of Win. Fosket's fence down. They
were frightened by the wind blowing
some paper near them. Blanche and
Almeda Foskrt stopped them.
Bert Bushncll came up the first of
the week from the Phelan lanch where
he has been working all summer. He
has made many friends and has the
icputation of being an excellent man
in the hay field. He expects to go to
Omaha soon to learn. the barber trade.
C. E. Council has been assigned the
pastoiate at Ainsworth and a man by
the name of Burleigh will come to
Hemingford. Mr. Council has a placo,
carrying inct eased responsibility and
salary and doubtless was assigned to
it on account of his reputation for
rustling and work.
W. K. Hemcall quit business here
Saturday and has sold Ins stock to
Wildy and Bushnell. Mr. Heincall
has been a merchant heie for some
time and had the confidence of the
people who tiaded with him. That
he was honest and dealt squarely
is widely known. He will shortly go
on the ranch.
Mis. Sarah McCaudless celebtated
her eightieth birthday anniversary last
Friday. Four generations were rep
resented among the relatives present.
Her son Arnott McCandless and wife,
Mrs. Hattie Johnson, Mis. Mary Ward,
Tom McCandless.Miss Grace Wheeler,
Mrs. Anna Pierce and Misses Jean and
Lee Rustin ueie the guests, Mrs.
McCandless was remembered by letters
from her absent children. It was a
pleasant occasion and will long be
remembered by all who were there.
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THE FAMOUS: Y m I THE FAMOUS!
ONE PRICE t H I H K I ALLIANCE'S
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With the largest stock of Men's and
Boy's wearing: apparel. Our stock
this season is the largest and most
varied that we have yet shown you.
Besides our regular lines of new fall clothing we made a
BIG SCOOP of 150 MEN'S
.. SAMPLE SUITS ...
We got 25 Per Oervt ZDisco-mrLt on them
and we will sell them the same way. They comprise
all the new fabrics. We have not all sizes of each kind
but we have all sizes in the lot. Seeing is believing.
Come in and take a look at them
X MEN'S SUITS
'H Fine Union Melton Suits
at . .
J? Big- line of Men's Cassi-
and Worsteds at
Men's Furnishings SHOES AND HATS
Tiger Hats - - - $3.00
Bip; Collars; just the thing for
Railroad Men. They're dandies
Elegant line and lots of patterns
to pick from, and they aie
This lot of
are great values. They are
Made of Washington Mills
Woistcd and are easily woith
more inonev. Padded should
ers, non-breakable fronts, all
the latest patterns.
In the fine grades we are
1 nis line at . . c
Is equal to any tailor's work at
double the price. Nuff said.
Dr. Wright's Silk Fleece
Yaeefer Color Fine
Fleece Underwear . .
Brown Ribbed Under-
Fine Double Breasted
Fleece Underwear .
Fine line of Boys'
Fleece Underwear . .
Men's sox, ; for . . .
Men's Bedford Cord
1 lot of Bov's Work
Mankato Wool Sox . .25 ,
Best Sargent Gauntlet
I Gloves .... $1.00
Working Gloves . . .25
$1.00 lines in Shirts .75
A guaranteed Black
Shirt . . . . t. . .50
New Neckwear .25 and .50
Men's Corduroy Pants
Giinrnutccd Not " CI 7q
to Kip .... .. Pi.'O
Hawes Hats -
q Stetson Black
. road -
.50 Boys' Golf Caps
Blucher - - $3-50
1 Hanan's Best Shoes 5.00
Satin Calf Shoes - 1.50
Box Calfskin Shoes - 2.00
New Railroad Shoe 4.00
Boys'all-wool knee pants . 50
Don't fail to see
our Boys' Clothing
Joseph 1'. McMaiinU will tako notice Unit
on Ilia 11th duy of Au;;ut, IPO I, l&u.tt- Kochey,
& Justice of tin iRiucu of IKirsoj n reel in t, Uux
lliitto county, Ncbrusk.i, Issued an order t(
uttaclimuut tor the Mini of J75 0O In tin lu-tlou
)H'nUlu' before lilm wliereln .lonn 1. Nut land
tint, that property of defendant, consUtluK of
uonej, im ieen nuueneo miner cam nrner.
s iilulutltr and .losenli K. Me.ManuUW defend
lnonei. has IxMiii att
kilil cause w a Continued to the IStli day of
Octolwr, l(Vi, nt 1 o'clock p m.
JOH.N 1 . .MXU.MI. 1'l.llutllT.
UumlnKfortl, Nebraska, j-'eptemlxir 15, 190.1.
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At present, as always, our stock is the Newest,
Freshest and Brightest in town. Our buying
has been done with a view of offering you the
Best Styles, Best pal
1 Lowest Prices
DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR
NEW FALL and WSiNTER SUITS at
$5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 an'd $18.00
They are WORLD BEATERS $
iva.-4 himiium nn
Where the New Styles and
Low Prices come from
No. 307, Box Butte Avenue,
Two Doors ,-ontli
of l'ost utliiv.
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