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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1904)
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IIKMOCIUIIfi SA1 IPS M. TIC5KUT.
ALTON U. I'AltKP.K
of Now York.
For Vlee President.
IIKNUV 0. DAVIS
ni MOCitAtic :on;hi.ssionai. iicKirr.
l'or Coium-". Hlxtll District,
WAIlKIt II. MoNfabU
of Lincoln cuuuly.
Dr.iftoCKATIC SI All-. 'IICKC'I.
GKOIlrflt W. linilOi:,
1H. A. T(lVVPKM,
or I'rflukflii county.
.1. R CANADA Y, '
of Koftfijfj oounly.
of INiWtitu oouitt).
l'or Jjiml Coinnils)1miiir,
A. A. WOltSU'.Y,
tt linjtl 101111 ty.
I '5r vupuriiitqmlent. of l'ubllo liihUuotlon,
of 1'orkliiB county.
l'or Attorney Oonerid,
of Holt (MUHllj.
l'or Socrotwry of Sluti,
It. M. WATICK,
of ItlfluirilMiii count-.
1)1 MOCH.VMC SI'-NATOHIAI. 'IIC1CI
l'Sr Senator Mill Dlitrlm,
ciiAitr.r.s r. corrnn,
of Daues oounly.
di mocka 1 ic i;ini:si;.vr. 1 1 vi: 1 icx 1: r
l'or lluiiresciitutlu 68(1 District.
of Itox llntto louilty.
Ill MOCKATIC COIVIV 'UCM'.r.
l'or County Atlonui),
l'or County Commissioner.
A. U. JOHNSON.
Robert Cralinni Nominated.
At tlio conventions of the democratic
nml people's independent parties, held
nt Crawford last Tuesday, Kobett
Graham of Alliance was nominated for
Representative of the 53d district. Mr.
Graham's nomination was unanimous
in both conventions,
In the opinion of T11H Hkrild, Mr.
Graham was the strongest candidate
who could be nominated. Able, honest,
and fearless in his convictions, ho will
make an ideal representative of the
people of the 53d tcprosentativo dis
trict. Mr. Graham is one of Western
Nebiaska's woll known stockmen and
his thorough know ledge of the wants of
this important element that is regulated,
by legislative action would mean in the
event of his election an uncompromis
ing champion of their lights. An
other commcndablo feature of Mr.
Graham's caiididac) is his wide knowl
edgejgjbf all ucstions portaming to
national and state legislation. This is
the ability u candidate for legislative
distinction t-liould possess and wo can
assure tfie voters of this district the
democratic and people's pai ties' stand
ard bearer is not lacking in this im
Mi. Graham's nonunatiou'a eamo
unsolicited and it wastluough thoeffoit
of his friends that he was placod in
We publish on anothur page the
portrait qf Congtessinnn Hitchcock,
candidate for re-election from this
state. Mr. Hitqhcock is the well
known and able editor of the Omaha
World-Herald and very popular in
newspaper and political ciiclos. Mr.
Hitchcock is not only a Rood looking
democrat, but he is as good as he looks
when it comes to standing up for J offer
The Democratic campaign toxt-book,
in hauling Senator Gallinger over the
coals as a "falsifier," says: "The total
alue of our manufactured goods sold
at home is not less than 6,000,000,000.
The alue of thaso same goods for ax
port is only 4,600,000,000, and the
difference botw 0011 these two amounts
(71,200,000,000) is what the American
people pay for protection." In othor
words, American goods uro sold in
Europe at one-quarter less than they
can be bought or by American con
sumers here at home. Is this to con
iKoltli U Pkrv l fully Hiillwiitwl to
llfflt fcubscrtntkins and toti work ttnil collwt
anil receipt for ssim. unil transact nil uUwr
buMuass 111 coilttodlun with lit Mltlou tu
noeretlltsd representative of tills imiwr.j
John Nickont i tlwjiroud daddy of a
Wildy shipped iwvaral cars of potatoes
C. J. WlUly sold an argon tp I'ater
James Ilunur want to Alliance Wednes
da availing. ' '
Jamas Moravelf and Louts Hnrin were in
Wildy's Minnesota Gkl Medal $1.70
cash or spud; Champion Si. 40.
There am nome vary low rat to lCttr
opa now. Inquire I'irit State Bank.
Voter Jenson who has been to St. Louis
attending the fnir arrived home Tuesday.
A. D. McCnndlots is the guost of hi
mother, Mrs. Sarah McCnndloss, this week
Wheat haulers from north of here were
in with, several load of that cereal Mon
day. Mrs. MattioOlds was called to l:remont,
Xobr.. Thursday by the serious illness of
l'or new, clean furniture and under
taking!. Wildy's is headquarters at
Mrs. Hallinruke, mothor of Jitnos llol
llnrslte, ennio here from Adair, Iowa, to
make liar home.
Anton Ulirig hns gone to Pine Hidgo on
a business trip, loftviug his son l'rank in
charge of the store.
A lady lecture nnd singer is billed to cu
tortain tliu poo)i1e nt the Congrugationnl
Church Octoltor 3d and 4th.
"Mein Drucler vat lifs in St. Louis'
shipped us some "bankrupt" shoes vat
Wildy gives away for noddings.
Alliance carpenters are still busy at
Wildy's enormous potnto cellar and en
larging his store room capacity.
A. II. Pierce returned from Michigan
Saturday, where he had been the last
couple of months vitiitnig relatives nnd
friends ," ' .
James Uarry .returned Friday from his
extended trip through the caitt. His time
was spent ery enjoynbly in Saw Kngland
for the most part.
W. D.Cross has bought his family a very
hue piano which ho took home and installed
in the nature of a surprise while they wore
away from home
The congregational people have voted
unanimously to extend Kev. Kmbree a call
for another yoar. Though he had better
offers (torn other places he has accepted.
Capt. Corbiu of Alliance was in town
Woduosday with his new Premier auto,
lie was accompanied by his chalfcur. His
auto was an object of interest to many who
had never seeu one before.
H. Mabin accompanied by his bon Ed,
went to Illinois Thnrsday evening. Mr.
Mabin will take treatment in an eastern
hobpital. He has not been well since he
underwent the amputation of his arm last
The potato market dropped a little this
week. Most persons who claim to be in
formed on the potato situation, are advis
ing that the potatoes bo held at least 30
days when they predict the demand will
increase and the price advance.
To the People Trade at Prohnapful's
where 011 get the most for your money,
Ho has a new stock all the way through.
Remember, ho has no brother's in St.
Louis to buy bankrupt and fire stocks.
Prohnapfel furnishes the potato trade
with good Hour, not an article shipped in
for that trade. Prohnapfel pays you for
every bushel of potatoes in your losd.
Ho will also give you a dollar's worth for
every dollar purchase. Any bill you pay
once you never have to pay the second
time, I want jour trade and will treat
you right and treat you so you will be glad
to stay with me Norbert Prohnapfel.
C. D, Stilhon a brother-in-law of Mrs
Gardinor visited with her Thursday. Ho
has a fine ranch in the sand hills north of
Hyannis. Ho met Judge McCandlews of
Wymore bore and took him home with him
for a few days' hunt.
I hae the bott potato digger on sale
11 Hemiugford that theie is manufac
tured. Aarrngoments have been made
wheioby for 11 shott time only in order
to iutiodure them I am permitted to
cut the logular price io. Will take
the digger, for which I am agent, into
a contest in which the other diggets for
sale hero ate lupresontod and will
'demonstrate its superiority over all
otbets to the uatisfactiou of everyone.
r D. J. O'Kuhib, Agent for The
H row 11 Potato Digger.
Why not insuro your farm buildings now
that winter is coming on ? I am anxious
to write your policy for you in a good sub
stantial company. You want to deal with
a home man on insurance for the reason
that about half the companies are offering
you policies the provisions of which you
won't like. Insure now. K. L. Pierce,
To the People: Trade at Prohnapful's
where you get the most for your money.
He has a new stock all the way through.
Remember, he has no brothers in St,
Louis to buy bankrupt and fire stocks
Frohnapfel fujnishas the potato trade with
good flour, not an article shipped in for
that trade. Frohnapfel pays you forevery
bushel of potatoes in jour load. He will
also give you a dollar's worth forevery dol
lar purchase. Anj bill you pav once you
never have to pay the second time. He
eaa and will do undertaking and sell furni
ture cheaper than It has over Irnen sold In
Hemlngford. I want your trade and will
treat you riilit aid treat you so you v. ill
bi glad to stay with mo. -Norbert Frohn
Parents who have children to enter the
Hemiugford public school should see Mr.
Maker at the school house, Saturday, Oc
tober 1st, so he can classify new pupils be
fore school open on the following Mon
day. We will havo nine grades this
yonr, Mrs. Ol.Is, Director,
A pleasant surprise party occurred at'the
home of Miss Jaesie Lenvitt last Snturdny
evoning, it being her 17th birthday anni
versary. A crowd came from Canton and
these together with her friends who live
nenror made a merry houseful. At an early
hour they repaired 10 their homes declar
ing the evening pleasantly nnd profitably
School begins Monday with twb teachers
who come highly recommended. They
will no doubt do faithful and efficient work
during the ensuing yonr. Space will be
given in this column for school notes and
such matter as the teachers may desire to
bring to the attention of the patrons. The
board is making an oarnest effort to make
this school year a success.
The potato digging contest last Satur
day developed into afield trial. The judges
appointed failed to make any report owing
probably to a desire to live a short time
longer. Some thought one digger the best
and some another and the net result was
that it was an instructive test to those who
were present enabling them to tell which
digger suited each best. There was no
decision made which would help any one
not there to a choice.
A new well n, being drilled by the rail
road company here. It is said they intend
to go 500 feet. If they do every one hopos
that artesian wator will be found though
it is thought that it is deeper to artesian
than 500 feet. Hemingford lays in a kind
of valley vvuich is proved by the surface
water being only 20 feet below the surface
nt this point and from 150 to 250 feet north
or south of here So if there is any shal
low artesian water near hera it oug1, t to be
found he re.
To the People Trade at Frohnapfel's
where j ou get the most for your money.
He has a new stock all the way through.
Remember, ho has no brothers in St.
Louis to buy bankrupt and lire stocks.
Frohnapfel furnishes the potato trade
with good ilower, not an article shipped
in for that trade. Frohnapfel pays you for
every bushel of potatoes in jour load.
lie will also give you a dollar's worth for
every dollar purchase. Any bill jou pny
oncejou never have to pay the second
time. He can and will do undertaking and
sell furniture cheaper than it has ever
been sold in Hemingford. I want your
trade and. will treat j 011 right and treat
jou so you will be glad to stay with me.
Fred Haven wa a recent visitor at the
Station Agent Prettyman dipped his
stock last week.
Hon. Iuank Curry was in thoho parts
buying cattle Wednesday.
A well drill was unloaded at the depot
last Saturday for L. D.Jiruce.
Louie llomrighousen purchased the
Vick Steinberg place, paying $1,000.
Frank Moore and Messrs. Herline and
Uass shipped cattle from this station Mon
day. Otis Caruthers is getting out posts to
fence his section of land northwest of
lames Tollman sold seventy steers to
parties from Grand Island who are buying
Henry Clark is improving his homestead
west of town and has already one building
moved on to the ground.
Uyers & Zimmerman made a shipment
of cattle on Mondaj. Both gentlemen ac
companied them to Omaha.
Cattle Inspector Campbell of Alliance
has been in town foraiew days examining
cattlu j-arded for shipment.
Ii. II. Miller, a former resident of this
county and who owns a fine ranch north
of town, is here for a short visit.
E. Short of Hazleton, Iowa, who has
ejgagett to build a large residenco at Cas
per, Wyo , was a visitor at J. Sullonbcrg
er's on Thursday.
Miss Mrtrcia Kendric, who has been v lu
lling her mother, Mrs. Frank Honeymau,
returned to Lead Mondey, where she is
engaged in leaching music. Her sister,
Mitsjoe, is also there conducting a dreso
John Sains, who has beau working in the
hay yelds up the river, came in Saturday
with his pockets filled vvith'well earned
ca.h. He has taken a section of land in
the Hickey range and expects to begin
making improvements soon.
Peter Hunsaker. brother of our section
foreman, moved to town recently and oc
cupies the east rooms in the Grift Jorale
mon house. George Greggs, who moved
back from Crawford, occupies the west
rooms in tbe same building.
Miss llertha McCoy and Mr Pete Pros
ser were married Tuedaj', Sept. 20, at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs
L. M. McCoy, Rev. Shull, pastor of the
Congregational church of Crawford officiat
ing. These worthy young people have the
best wishes of a host of fslends. Mr.
Prosser has won a talented nnd educated
bride, while he possesses the qualities
which make a first-class husband. Thsy
went immediately to Chndron where they
will reside for the present. Mr. Prosser is
in the trnin service of the V. Ii. ft M. V.
The kids of this place show thsir loyalty
to old Leonard, the banuer Republican
precinct of Dawes county as is proven bv
the fact that one of our merchants brought j
on a large supply of Roosevelt and Parker
metal images. 1 ne Koosavelt badges were
quickly sold, while now the Parker badges
are offered as gifts.
G. H. Claj ton was in Hemingford ?don
day. MissMCdith Iiroshar ison the sick list at
A. S. Stewart has been on the sick list
since our last issue.
Geo, 1. Zimmerman was trading in
Hert Stewart and family were trading nt
the county seat Monday.
Scott Hood was in Alliance Saturday on
business before the U. S. land office.
. Peter Sprackhn has treated his wife to a
brand new organ and the hours are now
passed with sweet music.
A. N. Oleson's fine trotting team ran
away with his buggy Sunday morning and
left him standing in the road.
Mrs. Roy Mickey's mother. Mrs. Harney,
and two little brothers, Guss and Iiud,
from South Omaha, are visiting with her.
Those who attended the county conven
tion at Alliance the 23d and 2plh of Sep
tember, were W. U. Phillips. Mrs. Hroshar
and Mrs. Randall.
Shipping cattle is the order of the day.
Those shipping are L. E. Hood, Arthur
Uass, Dae Randall, Hurt Langford, John
Moravek & Sons, John Herline, Otis Iiasa
and Frank Moore. Nine car loads in all,
borne of our witty school mam's now
have it to their credit for giving nanies to
some of the new ranches in tins and Sioux
counties. First geutieman, Port Arthur,
second, Charleston, third, Williamsburg,
fourth, Marbhahtowu, fifth, Fredricksburg,
sixth. Hullrun, Ladies' lumblesonrun,
last but not least, Morning Glory.
(Laid over from last week.)
Wood hauling from the piue ridge is
now the order ot the day.
Chas Moravek is improving his new
rauch oy building a new tram barn there
on. bmoke from the several new ranches can
be seen quite often now, getting their
Miss Minute Wanek, the belie of the
post olhce at Lawn, wsitud with the Misses
liroshars last week.
lieu, 1. Zimmerman purchased a fine
bunch ot 95 head ot mixed cattle, ol ii. A.
1 1 all ol Alliance, Monday.
Arthur liass aud bcott lloud made a liv
ing .rip to Alliance last week, Artnur oe
mg in tor repairs for his wind mill.
Miss Mary Hick-, who is teaching
school east ot Marslaud in the Pool dis
trict, was home Sunday to visit her pa
Miss Florence Meek, who has been with
hei sister Mrs.Con liass for several weeks,
lelt lor her home near Maliuda Monday ot
Not long since a number of land seekers
stopped at the home ot John Hickey for
dinner, exchauged hats with Mr. Hickey
and he vows he will mop the ground with
the gentleman on sight if a uew hat is not
J. T. Garvey and Mrs. Grant of Dead
wood, b. D., were in these parts a lew
daj sago looking for a homestead of O40
acres aud went to Alliance to euter the
same Monday. Mr. Garvey is a brother-in-law
of Emmet Johnson of Sioux counly.
In today's issue of Tim Hukald will
be found Judge Paiker's letter of ac
ceptance. It not onl speaks for itself
but for principles that affect the good
of the entire government.
In the parlois occupied by Geoige
Ii. Cortclyou is a gayly decorated cbaii
with a great and splendid history. It
once suppoited illustrious flesh. It is
the one which Tlieodoio Roosevelt was
sitting in when lie was nominated for
In the report of the farm average of
Nebtaska by counties Ho Butte comes
up smiling with 415 farms and 188,070
acros under cultivation. This speaks
woll for us aud is 'convincing pi oof to
the outside world of the excellent grow
ing quality of Box Butte soil.
Cattle Ranch, 11 quarter sections all
deeded fond, good title. First class
improvements. Inquire at this ollke.
Persons desiring to enter homesteads or
make fiual proof in other laud districts can
do so without going to land office. Address
or call on T. J. O Keefe, U. S. Commis
sioner for the district of Nebraska, Alliance
All persons contesting lands have tbe
right to publish notices in any newspaper
they desire provided such paper is pub
lished in the county in which the land is
"Irish Mail"! Do you know what it is?
Your boy does aud he wauts one Geo.
All that is left of the
Bankrupt Stock must
be sold gufck
Getting0 ready for new
goods coming in
of good stylish servlc
able shoes to close out
Ladies' $3.00 and $3.50 tan shoe for - $1.50
h.u,,.cs. ,?"li 1M.- Liv .
ouicK IS.KI . snoe 91.00
Ladies' Kid exten
sion sole shoe - $1.95
Children's shoes to
rm? t,..-. enn 4- r i a c-
i-iuau 11UII1 JUL, fvU tp !.-
Hen's Soled leather
shoes - $1.10 to SI. 93
Boy's shoes heavy and
For Men, Women and Children
still a few left
Men's heavy fleeced Undearwear
Ladies' Fall Weight Ribbed Fleeced
Vest and Pants -
Children's Underwear in Cotton. Wnni
and fleeced Pants and
in Ladies' and Children's Winter Jackets
and Coats going at 50 cents on the dollar.
One OJs Lot
of Hen's and Boy's
to close out quick.
MEAT'S .nTZD BOYS' IHZ.AJI'S
Prices that mean at least 50c on the dol
lar saved to you.
It is an absolute fact the prices on ALL
the Bankrupt Goods mean an actual sav
ing to you from 25c to 50c on every dollar
you buy, and these Goods are good Fall
and Winter Dress Goods, Notions, Hose,
Flannells. Underwear, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Shirt Waists and Wrappers,, all
Priced for quick selling.
X I3STTriZS -STOTT TO CLAuIL.
J. CII 2$
light leather $1. to $1.65
Vests from - 10c to 65c
':-L-::i---'- -'-1 lMiiVVx!!r!
Overcoats at 1-2 Price
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