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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1904)
To Evcmvhcro nntl noils. !
THE BURUNOTON" LOW flUMMKR RATKS.
The Burlington ofiVrs uxrurion rjteti in
every titration -no low that there is tw
excime lor staying at hotna. IHIdw are
some of tham:
St. Loftit nntl lck Thwi kinds af
daily nit oi lwflidm the special low rnte
coach excurwo ih each Tuewiay and Thurs
day during August and September.
Chicago and Imck: Unity low rotes
cither direct or via St. Louis Vrith stop
overs at St. Louis, Kansas City and
World's fair stopovers at St. Louis on
Colorado and Utah there and Iwck
practically half rates all summer.
To California-San Fraticisco and Los
Angeles and back, August 10 to September
ii, only $.3;75. The only chance in 1904
to get this low rate.
to many poirta in Indiana, Ohio and
Kentucky September' 6, t j, ao, 27 and
October 11 at onu fare plus 2 for the
To Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and
the Great Lake region the idenl summer
countrydally low rates to take you away
from home. L. S. Saok, Ticket Agent.
ig 25 to st. r.outs ani rktukn.
Tho Hurlinglou olTurs the above low
rato fur tickets good in coaches and chair
cars seats free). On Mile. Tuesdays and
Thursdays during August and September.
Sec me for full particulars.
L. S, Sack, Ticket Agent.
VISIT lllli 01,0 FOLKS.
One fare plus $2 for the round trip to a
great many points in Ohio. Indiana and
Kentucky. Tickets on sale September 0,
13, 20, 77 and October n. Good via St.
Louis and for stopover at tho great expo
6ition. l'innl limit thirty thirty days. Suo
me for full particulars or write to L. W
Wakeley, general passenger agent, Omaha.
L. S. Same, Ticket Agent.
Itootiis over thu I'mnons Clothliu; Store.
All woiu guaranteed HiitMiirtory.
MIW. fi. C. YKAOlilt. AU.l.U(:t. XKH.
WILLIAM MITCH ELI
Omen I'iio.nk 180. r.sni:r.cr. I'iionkSujs.
Uootus I, a anil 3, I'lrit Nut toiiul haul; build
lug, AMIiiiiul', Nob. Notary In oltlce.
E. M. Boyd,
Attiiruoy sit jr.wS ..
Collections given Prompt Attcnlion.
ALLIANCE., - NEBRASKA.
BMITII I'. TUT11.K. I II A K. TA II.
TUTTLE & TASII,
North Main BL,
JULIA V. FRISY,
Office two blocLs hoi lli of Times Ijulliltnp.
Hours, 8 to 1:2 a. ui.. 1 :30 to A p. m.
J. E. MOORE, M. D.
O11IN tinswured from office day or night.
Telephone No. u.'.
1'IIYSICIAN AND SUKGUO.N
Oftlcc over I'ostolllco, AI.MANCi:. Nlllt
H. H. Bellwood,
Moisten llulldiiiK, - AI.MA? JK, NKH
Office tu l'lrst National Hank block. All!
DR. Q. W. COLLINS
Thirty jours e.oiliu-o. Discuses of
women ami children tuul uon-suri;lcul ro
movul of irall stones unit cure of nixmdlci
Ortlco llrst door west of O'Connor's bulfcry.
"I'lione iluj-or nilit, lilt.
GK.UU ATI". CHICAGO SCHOOL Ol'
Funeral Director and Kmbalmer
Phones Office 214. Hes 205
Attcnjont.. Alllonce, Neb,
Plumbing, Steam aud hot water
Phone, No. 356. ALLIANCE, NEB.
Buy at wholesale, "Crex" matting now
35 cents per yard, others sell it at 50 cents
per yard. Geo'. Darling.
Of Interest to Sloclimco.
So much has been said lately about
tho dipping ol cattle twfrtru shipment
tjmtTiiK Jii'.FAU) herewith prodttca ex
tracts from the rules tovoniing in such
cutut. These with lh amendment
tliototo ato tlio Intftat ciiculurs. iUod
for tho public nit well as thu litlust In
structions to the inspectors. Eor tins
privilege, wo are Indohtud to V. S.
Pidcouk one of tlio courteous itiBpectots
stationed at Alliance.
In consequence of the inability of the
Department to begin the work of inac
tion and of supervising the dipping of entile
at an ourliar date and of tlia inadequate
facillia for dipping now available, and in
view of the great losses which would be
sustained by the owners of cattle in States
whore cattle mange, or scabies, is prevalent
should they be compelled to hold all cattle
for dipping or to ship all of them for
slaughter as exposed animals, it is ordered:
1. That the requirement of 1). A, I.
Order No. 12 j be and they are hereby
modified to allow shipment until November
30, 190.1, as hereinafter specified- with the
exception that before said date vigorous
measures will be taken by Statu authorities
and stockman to eradicate the disease
through dipping all affected and exposed
2. That fat catte designed for slaughter
originating in an in fueled section may be
shipped to market centers or stock yards
where this Department maintains inspec
tion, without dipping or placarding cars,
provided they havo first been inspected by
an officer of the Bureau of Animal Indus
try and found free from all evidence of
scabies, if it is dcciijed afterwards to reship
such cattle for feeding purposes or for ex.
port they must be dipped according to the
regulations of this Department before leav
ing such stock yards,
3. That all cattlo that arc to be shipped
from an infected locality into another State
or torrilory for Stocking or feeding purpos
ce must be inspected and dipped twice if
showing disease, and be dipped once if not
showing disease, on account of exposure
. That all cattle from infected localities
must be accompanied by a certificate of
inspection or be refused shipment,
5. That cattlo from an infected .section
shall not be trailed to other States or Ter
ritories without dipping and certification.
and when trailed the inspector shall desig
nate the route to be taken in each case.
6, That affected cattlo may be dipped
once under thu supervision of an employee
of the Bureau of Animal Industry aud
shipped for stocking or feeding purposes,
after satisfactory arrangements have been
made for the second dippingen route at the
required time after the first dipping, at a
point wheiu there is an inspector stationed
and under his supervision. In all such
casus the cars, waybills, conductor's man
ifests, and bills of ladicg must be marked,
showing the true condition of thu animals.
7. That inspectors in the field must see
all animals placed on board cars after in
spection and certification. If,, however,
the inspector's services are immediately
required at another point, such auimals
may be turned over to the railroad agent
and placed in the railroad puns and lock
ed up by tho agent until loaded.
On account ot thu difficulty at present
of accurately defining the localities infected
with mango, and the uudesirabity of class
ing tho whole state or a large part of a
state, as infected, wihout actual knoledgo of
the exposure of the individual herds, you
are instructed to construe paragraph No. 3
of Amendment No. 1. to B. A. 1. Order
No. 1.25, to permit the shipment of feeders
on inspection at point of shipment, if such
animals are found free from disease and
are not known to have mingled with diseas
In case part of the animals offered for
shipment are found to be diseased or if it
is knowu that they have been in contact
with diseased cattle.'dipping should be re
quired. This instruction applies to animals that
are to be shipped to feed lots or stock yards
but uot to cattle that are shipped for stock
ers or to go again upon the range, and will
remain in force until November 30th, 1904.
Cattle that are to go .upon other ranges
or for stockurs should be tre.-u 1 strictly in
conformity with the Order at.'i Amendment
above mentioned dipping b.-uig required
in all cases where there is t ,-idence that
the range upon which the lime been gras.
ing is iufected or that they have been other
Keferring tS Amendment No. 1 to B. A,
I. Srder No, 123, dated July jO. 1904, you
are advised that the Bureau officer who is
sues a certalicate for unaffected fat cattle
to be shipped for slaughter tinder this
Amendment shall write across the face of
the certficcto "Pat cattlo from locality in
fected with scabies". This notation is for
the purpose of identifying the cattlo at
destiu.uiou in case it is decided to dip aud
reship them for other purposes.
You will note that all cattle of an infect
ed locality that are intended for shipment,
must be certified to, and if shipped into
another Stale or Territory for stocking or
feeding purposes, they must be dipped
once, if affected they must be dipped twice.
Affeclod cattle shipped after oue dipping,
that are to be again dipped onrouto, must
be treated in all respects as "Scabby Cat
tle" until the second dipping is applied,
after which they should be reshipped to
destination as "Free", in clean and disin
fected cars, and the cars in which they
were transported to the place of second
dipping must be cleaned and disinfected.
Por Rent Stable room for two horses.
Enquire at The Herald office.
OtTnenox nutte County
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION
To be liclil ll the
M. E. CHURCH
SCPTEflttCR 23 and 24, 1904.
- linVY KVBSlMi SB8SIOV.
7:30 Devotion; led by Rev. Burleigh, of
8.00 Andreas by Prof. Steidly. "The
Boy that God made "
in it 1
ATURHAV MORNING SRS9ION
9.00 Devotion; lod bv Rev, Rny.
9 30 MimHain-w, "A Primary Standard,"
n:ao Prof. Stefdly, "Tbtj Teachers'
1:10 Devotion; lod by Kev. Embree, of-
1:30 Prof. Stuidley, "Kouud Table."
2.25 Election of Officers.
3.00 Mit Haines, "Sunday School Les
.son to the Children,
Discussion follows eaqh trjpic.
A Cordial Invitation to all. The chil
dren are especially invited to attend the
Let us hope and pray for a grand suc
cess in the Sunday (school, work.
Each Sabbath School in the county is
entitled to two delcgntus besides the
By order of
Chairman County Convention.
Geo. G. Giidsby will take down
screen doors and windows and store
them till spring when they will ho re
pairuu, paiuieii aim ptiv up again, lie
will also make and put up storm doors
and windows. Phone 400. 0-16 tf
For Rent A good six room house,
close in. Inquire at Tint Hi:r.m
Por Sale -75 Cords of dry hard wood
W. II ' Smiley, Crawford, Nebraska.
See Humphrey for picture framing, up
holstering and furniture repairing.
Por Sale Carriage and phaeton, for
cash or on time, J. C. WIlson & Bko.
"Irish Mail"! Do you know what it is'
Your boy does and ho wants one. Geo.
July 27, from my place in east Alliance,
one red cow with white spots on face,
branded P U on left side and right hip
knocked down. $5 reward for return of
same. Jacoh S( iikbinkk.
Porty head of young pigs.
E. A. Pkatiier.
ttcinch For Lease.
Five hundred acres of irrigated h.iy land,
four miles east of Bridgeport. For par
ticulars see M. H. llagerty, Alliance, or
John Hagorty, Bridgeport.
Strayed from Alliance one cow branded
IX on right hip, Keystone brand on side,
white face. Please leave information
with Al. A. Standen, Alliance. 29-tf
Stray steer, at my ranch near Lawn,
about two years, Hereford stock, branded
VT (connected) on left side. Owner can
have steer by paying all expenses. Sec.
31-28-51. LOUIS Ho.MKIGUOUSEN.
Owing to the fact that the services of a
United States Land Commissioner have
been greatly in demand since the passage
of the new homestead bill, I have decided
to again attend to all kinds of business
before the United States land office
Having had several years' experience in
the work, all matters will receive proper
and prompt attention. Homestead filings,
final proofs, contests, etc., can be made
before me at any place in thu land dis
tricts in which the lands desired are
located. I will also visit points between
Brokon. Bow and Crawford upou request.
Any iolation of the land laws or irregu
larities of governmental acts will receive
tho proper atten:ion when reported to
me. T. J. O'Kkeik.
United States Commissioner
for the Di .trict of Nebraska.
Wanted Cash offer for S E '4 sec 4-
I can locate you on a G40 acre homo
stead. Por Sale Good farm In Custer county
and desirable ranch property in Holt
county. - -
To Exchange House and lot in Alli
ance for quarter section near town.
For SaleA ranch of 480 acres deeded
land and 320 acres leased land 10 miles
from Alliance. Land lays nice, 140 acres
under cultivation, good house and other
buildings, splendid well with windmill, all
under fence, fine grove of large trees, lots
of small fruit. This is one of the boot
places in the county. Price S2, 100; half
cash, five years time on balance at 8 par
T. J. O'Keefe.
0;. t . i ,. 1 - k t, R, t :-&-& s
Honesty and Carefulness )
are the main
siness. Such have won for. him
an enviable reputation.
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are well stocked with choice goods,
enabling him to furnish everything
needed for house-keeping.
:; GEO. DARLING
:: Undertaking- and . .
:: Embalming Company
Calls siibwcicd promptly day or night.
Residence phone 269.
Is Our Leader. Try It
NT.ST SIDt: MAIN
Dr. J. R. Taggart, D.V.S.
Is prepared to treatanyand nil
diseases known to the horse
unil eow. Special attention to
dentistry. All work guaranteed
Uarn Xorth of Palace Livery. 'Pho 101
SEE Jos. Carey & Co.
For house moving, well boring
making and cleaning cesspools
moving box cars, etc ....
Notice to Creditors.
Iui-ouut) Court, within ami for Ho llutto
couuty, NiibruNkii, July 27, Ifot, lit the
mutter of the ostati- of Snriih r.wnon,
Iut-LaM.i. To thu crtHliiornof 19.1I1I uMalt:
You art" hereby notified, that 1 will sit ut
tho County Court Ituom In Alliance In Mild
county, on thoSMhduyof January, 1M5. to r-
L-ulvc and u.imlnu all claims upiliint suld
O-.UI0. with a vlow to their adjustment una
ultottuncu. Thu time limited for tho in-
entutluu of eluiiiis uK4lml wild uslulo Ii m
months, from thu-JTtli day of July, A. I), 1WM,
und tho time limited for payment of debts. Is
one year from said 27lh day, of July, Wi.
Witness my hand aud thu seal of said
county court, tub STtli day of July. lPOt.
(A True Copy) O. K. Simcht.
skalI Fp July 29-1 w. County Judge.
It would not be consistent with
the high ideas he always pro
motes and enforces in gaining
and retaining trade. ' Ask him
how he manages to always be
busy at waiting on customers and
delivering goods. He could tell
you in a few words.
springs to any successful
F. J. Brennan & Co.... I
4 DEALERS IN
Paints, Oils and Wall Paper !;
"PrcscTVpYvcms C&touW CoxTvpowxtarl. y.
Repairing in all its
Ao O. Barnes,
Jeweler and Optician.
Ciias. E. Pori), President
A. S. Reed, K. M. Hampton, Vice Presidents.
First ' National Bank,
Capital, $50,000. - Surplus and Profits, $20,000
Cbas. E. Ford, A. S. Reed, R. M Hampton. H G. Warrick, S. K. Warrick.
Notice to Creditors,
lu County Court, within and fur Box llutto
count-, Nebraska, Julv S, UH)I. in the
mutter at tliu estato of Martin II. I'utmure,
decuuhed. To the creditors of the said utute
You lira hereby nntlliiHl. that I will Rlt ut
The County Court ltoom lu Allluueu In t,ald
countv. on the :wtli day of January, I'JOo, nil
o'clock p. in. to receive and examiueall cluinis
iiKuitibt said eotuto with u view of their ad
justmeut und allowance. Tho tlmu limited
for the prexentiitltm of claims njjalnst said es
tate Is u tnoiulis, from thu ?3d day of .lull,
A. I)., 1WI. and, thu tlmu limited for t lie
iKiymentof debts is one joar from stild 3d
day of July, A. I).. HOI.
Witness my hand and seal of said County
Court, this 23d day of July. lOOt.
(A truo copy) J). K. SPAOHT,
anrf Toilet Articles.!
Alliance, Nebraska. 3
Hail orders promptly
S. K. Warrick. Cashier
G. Hampton, Ass't Cashier.
Notice to Creditors.
In the county rourt, within and for llox llutto
r?",?,! t;Jj. Atiw. 11 1P0I, In thu matter
of thufstatuof Willlum lioness, deceased.
To tho creditor-, of Mild ewtate:
You are herebj uotilinl, that I will sit ut the
county court room In Alliance. In sad countj
on the mil day of Fehruiiry, A. I). IMS. ut'i
i clock 11. in.,to receive aiiiioxamlnu all tliiim-.
UKUInst said estate, with it view to their ad
justment and allowance. Tho tlmu limited
for thu nresentatlou of claims acalnst said
estate Is six months, from the tlth duy of a,,..
mt, A. I), iffll. und the time limited for?) y
muut of debts is onu year from said uth day of
(Copy., ,p KlB'WT. County Judge.
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