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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1904)
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TUB Hi RL1VT0N S LOW M MMHR RATBS.
inc wirungion oners excursion niei in
every direction -- low mat more is no .
s7. Loul,nd back- Three hind. 0f '
daily rate, b,si(l. the special low rata
coach excursioisoach Tiieaciay andTlnirs-1
dav durine Aueunt and Saptombor
Chicago and Iwck Daily low rate
cither direct or via St. Louis with stop
overs at St. Iritis, Katttnc City and
Wot Id's fair stopovors at St. Louis on
Colorado and Utah inure and back
practically half rates all stun mar.
1 o California Sun Francisco and Los
Angeles and back, August i0 to September
ii, only $45:73. The only chance in 1904
to Ret this low rate.
To many polrts in Indiana, Ohio and
Kentucky September 0, ij, 20, and
October n at one fare plus 5s for the
To Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and
the Great Lako region- the ideal summer
countrydaily low rates to take you away
from home. L. 8. Sack, Ticket Agent.
$10 25 TO ST. I.OU1S AMU RKTUKN.
The Burlington offers the above low
rate for tickets good in coaches and chair
cars seats freo). On sale Tuesdays and
Thursdays during August and September.
Sco mo for full particulars.
L. S. Sa(;h, Ticket Agent.
VISIT TIIK 01.11 FOLKS.
One fare plus $2 for the round trip to a
great many points in Ohio. Indiana and
Kentucky. Tickets on sale September 6,
13, 20, 27 and October 11. CJood via St.
Louis . ml for stopover at the great expo
sition. I''inal limit thirty thirty days. See
me for full particulars or write to L. V.
Wakeley, general passenger agent, Omaha.
L. S. Sauk, Ticket Agent,
Iiiiums over the I'mnous Clothliut Ntom.
All work Kimraiilccd satisfactory.
MitS. H. C. YKAOKIt. AU.IAKCfl. Mill.
OrriCK I'llOMS INI. ItFSIIiK.NCK I'llONH-YlS.
l!oom 1,2 nntl 3, 1'lrst National hunk build
InK, Alliance, Nub. Notary In oIHch.
K. H. Boyd,
.. f.i tornoy nt, r,.siAV ..
Collections given Prompt Attention.
SMITH V. TUTT1.K. IllA K. TA II.
TUTTLE & TASM,
North .Main SL, - ALLIANCR.NF.il.
JULIA V. FRL5Y,
Olllce two blocks north of Times building.
Ilour, S to K 11. in., 1 :30 to 5 p. 111.
J. E. MOORE, M. D.
OulU misweioil from olllce day or night.
Telephone No. i.
I'HYSIOIAN ANI1 SUKGUON
Ofllecoerrostonicu, ALLIANi'K, MM!
H. H. Bellwood,
ALLIA? JK, NKll
L. W. BOWMAN,
Ofllco In First National Hank block. Alll
DR. G. W. COLLINS
Thirty jpars uxitoritwo. DUeusn of
women ami children and lum-surglcal ro
morul of Kail Motion nnd cure of upvndloi
Oftlce first door west of O'Connor's bakery.
Thonoduyor niKht, ill'.
Guy Lockwooil . .
dltADUATr. ClIICAtiO SCHOOL Ol'
Funeral Director and Embalmer
Phones Office 214. Rob 205
Attendant.. AlliQllCe, NBD,
Plumbing, Stoam and hot wator
Phone, No. 356. ALLIANCE, NEB.
Buy at wholesale, "C rex" matting now
35 cents per yard, others sell it at 50 cents
per yard. Geo. Darling.
A Millinery Opening.
i. n. w.m,
c""t l.n c, or hro..l, to Alliance
" "'"P'n nJJUi
A i)0V ..,. i,orn lo Mr mi rjr8( fj
C. Ilahonthal Monday.
Ira Reed will ship n cur of liotsos
next Monday to Illinois.
John O'Mitra returned yostortlny
from South Omaha wliaic he marketed
two cars of cnttlc.
W. A. Manchester nud Monte Hat
graves made n business trip to Horn
Rev. C. V. Rtty and biide ariived in
Alliance yesterday on 4 1. Tub Huh
Ai.D oxtonds greetings.
Mrs. Dr. Eikner of Ileiuitigford vis
ited in the city Wednesday and attend
ed the recital given by Mrs. Endetly.
Win. O'.Mntn is down from his ranch
today. He has a lot of young stock
for Bale which are advertised in this is
sue. Tlie Lndios of the Maccabees will
give n social in the Dell hall Tuesday
evening, September 27. A program
will be given and refreshments served.
Admission in cents.
Mrs. J. J. Alfred of Pittsburg, Pa.,
arrived yesterday to spend .1 few weeks
.vith her brother, Mr. J. A. Hoist, Mrs.
Sweeney and other relatives. Mrs.
Alfred had not seen her brother for
John A. Wilson, an old settler in the
county who has resided near Hox Hutte.
left Wednesday for Hot Spiings, Aik.,
in the hopes of securing relief from
nervous complaint with which he has
been afflicted for the last three years.
That lonesome look has left Judge
Heiry's usual happy countenance. All
because Mrs. Horry and the boy re
turned Wednesday from their extended
visit in Iowa and Michigan. Mis.
Heiry's health is greatly iippioved we
aio pleased to loam.
F. E. Reddish, secietary of the re
publican county central committee, has
sfcttretl Hon. E. J. Hurkelt, tepublican
candidate for U. S. senator, to speak
in Alliance tomorrow (Saturday) even
ing. Mr. Huikell is a good speaker.
I. U. Hagar returned Tuesday from
Mystic, S. D., where ho lias been over
seeing woik done on the mining chums
of the Little Ruth propcity in which a
number of Alliance citizens are interest
ed. Mr. Hagar is very enthusiastic
over the piospects of the piopeity.
Leonard Sampy drove down from his
ranch south ot Hemingford Tuesday
with a load of broinos grass seed which
he sold to several stockmen of this
vicinity. Mr. Sampy raised over 6,000
pounds of seed this year from 28 acies.
It is clean and f ice from other grain
and being homegrown is pieferabie foi
this section. Notwithstanding that Mr.
Sampy is in his G2d year ho is as hale
and hem ty as the average man at 50
and besides caiing for his cattle, nuiii
beiingover 100 head, his crops this
year, raised without hired help, are
wotth Si, 500. A 'id yet there are some
who say fanning doesn't pay in Hox
Hutte. It has been just foity years
since Mr. Sampy left the "atild sod"
and he contemplates a tiip back theie
Hromos Gross Sect!.
1 have a ipiantity of choice broinos
grass seed for sale at my place 5 "s
miles south of Heniingfoul, at 10 cents
a pound. Hromos is the ideal grass
for western Nebraska. L. Samp v.
At the fusion convent1 ms held at
Rusville Tuesday Cliaila . Codec,
the Chadron stockman, w. , nominated
for state senator by both conventions.
No stronger man could have been nomi
nated. Mr. Coffee served as represen
tative of this district one torin with
crodit to himself and his constituents.
Owing to age and ill hoalth I will sell
my much thice miles notth of Alliance
on vory reasonable tot ins. This is one
of the best improved places in the
county. There are 1 120 acres of deed
ed laud and 320 acres of leased land,
all fenced, good soil and nice laying;
160 act o is good hay land; 160 acios
under cultivation; 20 acres seeded to
broinos grass. Good frame six room
house, barn, granaries, cow stables,
com cribs, corrals, 2 good wolls, wind
mills, tanks, etc. : all improvements in
good condition. Will also sell machinery
and farming utensils if desired. Liboral
terms. Sea Christian Matz, ownor, or
T. J. O'Keofe.
Children's School Shoes.
Over 300 paits of good shoes to bo sold
from 50 cents to $1,45 a pair.
Fred Mollring, Manager.
Knll HniV nf lnrlipa wfiiets nnrl ivmn.
I- .-.- v. ...up
pers just received at Regan's.
Box Butte May Profit.
The daily papers of Thursday state
that there is a possibility of Hox Hutte
county receiving some of the waters
from the government ditch which is
causing to much excitement in Scotts
Hluff county. Should Hox Hutte lie
benefitted it would be in the exttcme
southwest portion of the count.
Under the survey of the government
ditch in the Platte valley homostuads
am being taken up rapidly. These
lands promise to become very saluablc.
Upwards of twenty Alliance citizens
have made filings this week. We have
a few choice numbers left hut they
must be taken quick. See T.J. O'Kccfe,
Alliance, or G. L. Shutnway, Scotts
bluff. T. G. Hut I:, a wejl known and es
teemed citizen of Cheyenne county was
gteoting fiiends in Alliance Sunday.
Mr. Buik is a candidate for county
commissioner this fall and if the people
place him in office they will have an
honest and painstaking official.
S. P. Tuttle, Henry Ciilly, Mrs.
Richardson and son Walter and T. J.
O'Kcefo made a trip to the Platte val
ley the first of the week. There's a
great rush down there filing on home
steads under the survey of the govern
Register Wilcox and wile returned
Satin day fiom their visit on the Platte.
The Judge bagged a good many ducks
but did not enjoy camping out as well
as on previous occasions.
Mr. and Mis. Win. Roth wete in
from Libct ty Saturday. Mr. Roth has
commenced digging his held of potatoes
nuinbeiing thiity acres.
Mis. O. A. Pittman left Saturday
night for a visit at the old home at
Hamburg, Iowa, and the World's fair.
Mr. and Mis. A. T. Mounts and
Mrs. Martin went to Crawford Monday
to visit fiiends.
Dr. Edwards retimed Thursday fiom
a trip to Sheridan and the mountains.
J. D. Carmicle is spending the week
Captain Akers spent Sunday in Den
s School Books s
I .r-. . . . e
uei tnem Tor you
Any kind you want
Get them in a week
Wc curry a
Full Line of
Tablets, Pencils, Inks, Copy
Books, Composition books,
Book Keeping blanks, etc.
Cull nt our store when you
Succcor to J S. HcKlncy.
di. itrtiCrvaiici, I
id zei :&t t i s or s
In Alliance 10-300! every month.
Office over The Famous . . .
business Local Column.
Advertisements in this column will be
charged at the rate of 10 cents per line
first insertion and 5 cents pur line each
Advertisers should remember that The
Hkrald's circulation is much larger than
any other Alliance papar and has the lar
gest circulation in the city and county.
Dr. Koons, deutist,
Battenborg patterns and stamped
linens at Regan's.
Forest Lumber Co. make a specialty of
manufacturing dipping vats.
Picture framing, upholstering arid furni
ture repairing C. Humphry. 7-10-tf
Hand nibbed, polish finish oak stovos
at Darling's, same price otlwrs are get
ting for plain finish.
Geo. G. Gndsby will take down
sereon doors and windows and store
them till spring when they will he re
paired, painted and put up again. He
will also make and put up storm doors
and windows. Phono 400. 0-16 tf
For Kent A good six room house,
close in. Inquire at The Herald
For Sale 75 Cords of dry hard wood
W. H Smiley, Crawford, Nebraska.
tw3Kis?riTrizrcn wmMmmmmjuujii3 assaa
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1 jSMJfZ ikxn
We make no charge for putting up a stove and it will be
done right; an experienced man to do this kind of work.
We have full stock of Enamel, Stove Polish, Brushes, El
bows, Dampers, Coal Hods. Shovels and Stove Boards.
Come to US for your needs.
FURNITURE and All FU
:: Undertaking1 and . .
:: Kmbalming Company
Calls snswered promptly day or night.
Residence phone 2G9.
DKALKKS IN. . ..
Is Our Leader. Try It
WKST SI 1)1
Dr. J. R. Taggart, D.V.S.
Is prepared to treat any nnd all
diseabes known to the horse
and cow. Special attention to
dentistry. All work guaranteed
llnrn North of Palace Livery. Tho 101
SEE Jos. Carey & Co.
For house moving, well boring
making and cleaning cesspools
moving box cars, etc ....
Big Clook and Jacket Sale.
Misses' and children's jackets and' coats,
Jackets from $1,25 to $3.50.
Coats from S2.S0 to $7.00.
Fred Mollring, Manager.
Found in Alliance, a watch. Tbe own
er can have same by calling on Judge
Berry, proving property and paying for
Flour i reed.
THING TO FIND
estern Stove Co
This name on a stove means Dura
bility, Style and Finish; so, when
you buy one, look for the name.
Our store is where you can buy these
stoves. The prices are right for we
don't have to pay excessive freight,
just from Omaha.
OAK HE A TERS
From $7.00 up.
From $12.50 up, number 8 size.
I F. J. Brennan & Co.... !
Repairing in all its
Ae O. Barnes,
Jeweler and Optician.
Ciias. K. Ford, President
A. S. Reed, R. M. Hampton, Vice Presidents.
First National Bank,
Chas. E. Ford, A. S. Reed, R. M Hampton. II . G. Warrick. S. K. Warrick.
Notice to Creditors.
In ouiinty Court, within and for Hot Hutte
county, Nebraska, J?ojt. I", HOI. In the
luattur of tliu u.ttotu of ltobi'rt l-'reeliiml.
ileeeubvtl. To tlu cri'lllor of Mlil oxlato:
You tiro liuroby notltliil. that 1 ulll lt at
the County Court llooni In Alliance la said
county, on the Sid day of Mureh, HW3, to re
ceive nnd OMHiiIno all claims us.ilii't sulci
ostatf, with a vlow to their adjustment unit
ullowuncu. The time limited for tliu pnw
eiitutlou of claims auuliiht said ostuUt Is siv
iiumlh-.. from tho 17th day of Sept. A l. 1WI,
and thetlmu limited for iJajmunt ofdubts Is
one year from siild 17th duy of fupt. l'JOt.
Witness my hand and tho soul of said
county court, this 17th duy of rvpt, 1001.
(A True Copy) U. K. SpaCUT.
tsE.Ll I'pt5epL23-4w. County Judge.
r?r s -a 1 a i 9
i oiiex Arts
and Wall Paper
.Go id Jewelry,
. Hail orders promptly
S. K. Wakrick. Cashier
G. Hampton. Ass't Cashier.
Surplus and Profits, $20,000
Buff Wyandotte Cockerls
Now is the time to buy. come at
once aud get your pick. Finest lot of
hirds in the country. Prices to suit.
Come aud see them, or write me your
wants. The best all around chicken
for profit and color. L. A. Supkisk,
Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house.
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