The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, November 04, 1904, Image 1
r' il Sdlcty 1 The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of Box Largest Circu lation of any Al liance Paper. I Butte County. VOLUME XI, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA'! FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1904, NUMBER 4u 'VVArfvrw'vrWNH' FURS We have just received a strong line of fur Scarfs and Boas at all prices. The HORACE BOGUE STORE TRADE WINNER. v.VUNWNAABAWAyVAAvV.'lArfvlyv- Business Local Column. Advertisements in this column will be charged at the rate of 10 cents per line first insertion and 5 cents per line each subsequent insertion. Advertisers should remember that Tim Herald's circulation is much larger than any other Alliance paper and has the lar gest circulation in the city and county. Co-Lon-Co. Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house. Forest Lumber Co. make a specialty of manufacturing dipping vats. Dr. Koons, dentist. Office upstairs Norton block. See Humphrey for picture framing-, up holstering and furniture repairing. Picture framing, upholstering and furni ture repairing C. Humphry. 7-10-tf For Sale 75 Cords of dry hard wood W. H' Smiley, Crawford, Nebraska. For Sale Carriage and phaeton, for cash or on time. J. C. WIlson & Bro. . Harold B. Miller, M. D., physician and surgeon, office and residence 321 south Seventeenth street, Lincoln, Neb, Geo. G. 'Gadsby will take down screen doors and windows and store them till spring when they will be re paired, painted and put up again. He will also make and put up storm doors and windows. Phone 400. 0-1G tf Go to the Alliance National Bank to deposit your money. Oct. 7-tf. Nearly all the ailments of the human race in these days are caused by the Blood. Stomach and Kidneys being out of order. There is not a case on record than Co-Lon-Co hasn't cured. Ask your druggist. Tor Sale. Cattle Ranch, 1 1 quarter sections all deeded land, good title. First class improvements. Inquire at this office. Bromos Grass Seed. I have a quantity of choice bromos grass seed for sale at my place 5 miles south of Hemingford, at 10 cents a pound. Bromos is the ideal grass for western Nebraska. L. Samp v. Watch round. Found in Alliance, a watch. The own er can have same by calling on Judge Berry, proving property and paying for this notice. W.fNTUD-Knrly Ohio Potatoes, fiood stoitcd stock for btoniRC piirpo.se. AIUW.I'.S. Well bortcd, hand picked, Sl.00 per bushel. Oct.J4-0w. ALLIANCE GItOCKKY CO Cattle for Sale. I have for sale 240 head mixed cal tie, all well bred; Sixty head of year ling and two-year-old steers in the hunch. J. D. IIaoekty, Bridgeport, Neb. Will exchange new 10 inch Victor Zonophone or Columbia record for one old record and 65 cents. C. E. Marks. Ladies when in Alliance do not fail to call at Regan's where you will find the most complete line of Millinery and Ladies' Furnishings at the very lowest prices. For Sale Cheap Good seven 100111 house. Inquire at this office. Closing Out at Cost. Our cutrc stock of Children's Huts and clonks at Kenan's. Ladles' Waists and Wrappers at Megan's Special sale Ladies' Suits and Skirts ut Megan's. wwwww. Phonograph supplies of all kinds. C. E. Marks. Highest price paid for hides. C. E. Marks. Old papers for sale at this office. Taken Up. 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. 3I-2&-5I. LOUIS HoMRIGHOl'SEN Prominent Youn9 People Marry. A beautiful wedding ceremony in which two prominent and popular young people were united in the holy bonds of matri mony occurred at Holy Rosary church in this city yesterday morning, tha parties to the sacred contract being Mr. John J. Lawless and Miss Anna Kinney. Rev, Father Galvin officiated. The Christian spirit that prevails at a nuptial of this kind is inspiring and it is the safeguard of the human family. Thin blessing was evident in this instance and the happy couple who entered the patli of life's journey hand in hand were the recipients of fervent pray ers from the many people present at the nuptial mass. The groom is well known in western Nebraska, having been for sev eral years a trusty .engineer ou the Bur lington, making his home in this city, but at present located at San Bernardino. Cali., where he holds a similar position on the Southern Pacific railway. Mr Lawless is well to do and through his own efforts has accumulated goodly portions of the world's goods, but better than this he possesses an honorablo name. The bride too is a person of commendable character and her kindness and womanly bearing have drawn many friends to her. Mr. and Mrs, Law less will make their home in California, and with them will go the best wishes of their mariy Alliance friends. IlKOWN-HUSUNELL. Claude V. Brown and Mary E. Bushnell were married at the M. E. parsbnagc Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock by Rev. C. W. Ray. These young folks have the best -wishes of The Herald for a prosperous future. Mr. Brown is 0110 of the popular and efficient emuloycs of the B. & M., in the capacity of brakeman, and holds the highest esteem of his many friends. His btide is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bushnell, of Hemingford, who are numbered among the oldest and most highly respected citizens of Box Butte county. She is n noble type of true womanhood and will be a fit companion of the worthy young man. The newly married couple in their wedding cards announce that they will be at home to their fi lends after November 15, at their residence No. 183 W. Arizona street. LOCAL HAPPENINGS fysJkfiw SHOE High Grade Shoe Making is an art. "Florsheim's" ability to origin ate smart creations for men in durable, footwear has won popular favor for the "Florsheim"; Shoe. There is a vast difici ence in shoe making. Atrial of the "Flor. sheim"Shoe will convince you of its excellent construction. We are desirous of con vincing you. W. W. Norton. 1mm Wr J General nntl Personal News of Alli ance and Vicinity. A howling contest took place at Rid- gell's alley Satin day night between the machinists and louud house hoys, in which the latter won by a score of aio to 3207. The game was an inter esting one and attracted much interest. This is the closest game on recoid for five games. Following wns the lineup of the Round House team: Richstcin, Strikel, Whcaton, Fritz and Roberts. Machincsts: Burrers, ones, Scott, E. Re.11 don and Jos. Reardou. Rev. W. E. Dunlap of Orchard, who was nt one time pastor of the United Presbyterian church in Alliance arriv ed in the city Thursday and will pi side nt a meeting at the church this evening nt 7:30 at which time a formal call will be prepaied and extended to Rev. J. M. McConncll to become the settled pastor of the church. Rev. Dunlap will also conduct preaching services on Sabbath at the usual hours. The public is cordially invited to at tend. rr.. The feast of All Saints was solemn ized in the Catholic church all over the wot Id Inst Tuesday. The day follow ing, that of All Souls, when it is the custom of the faithful to pray for tho souls of departed relatives, fiicnds and strangers who have no one to iemcni bcr them in this life, was also com memoiated and set vices held at Holy Rosary chinch, which were largely at tended. As the good book recites: "It is a holy and wholesome thought to pray for the dead, that they may he loosed from their sins." A. T. Hemingway returned from Kansas City last Monday accompanied by Mrs. Hemingway and the baby. Mr. H. has been away from hoinu for sev cial months m northern Idaho looking up timber land lor tile Foiest Lumber company and traveled extensively through the Couer de Aleuts country. On his lcturn cast he went to his old home at Oak Park, a stibcib of Chicago, and other points stopping in St. Louis for five bouts to take a passing glance at the World's fair and thence to Kan sas City. The patrons of tho electric light plant were agreeably surprised Mon day evening, when the lights were again in evidence and in better condi tion than hcieteforc. It was thought that more time would be required to make the repairs necessary since the break down several days ago, but through the active effoits of the com pany, the patts of the machinery re quired were foi warded by express and the delay to the patrons who felt the inconvenience was of shorter duration than expected- Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Strong cele brated their paper wedding Wedncday evening with an elegant dinner prepar ed at the home ot Mrs. Sttong's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Watson, of which a number of intimate friends partook, and taken as a whole, the entertain ment was a very delightful one. Mr. and Mrs. Strong not only received the hearty congratulations and best wishes of the guests for their future happi ness but also a number of beautiful piescuts which will often cause their memory in future years to revert hack to this pleasant occasion. II. G. Taylor, who has been at the hospital at Grand Island suffering with an acute attack of stomach and kidney troubles, died in that institution Tues day and the remains were shipped to this city arriving on train 41 Wednes day afternoon. They were met by a committee from the A. O. U. W. lodge and escorted to the family residence in West Lawn. The funeral was held from the Baptist church yesterday afternoon under the auspices of the order, Rev, Jcffers officiating, inter ment at Greenwood cemetery. The deceased was one of the oldest resi dents of Alliance and was for a long time a passenger engineer and also en gine inspectoi for the B. & M. He leaves a devoted wife and several childien. Mr. Taylor carried $2,000 life insurance in the A. O. U. W. lodge. " Buffalo Bill," the notorious Indian fighter and hero of dime novel fame and whose name is being perpetuated in the public mind in later years by his efforts to unshackle himself from the mattimonial chains through the di vorce coin t, was an interesting figure at the depot Wednesday noon. The bid wariior in company with several others, including a buck Sioux Indian, were passengers on their way to Cody, where they will meet a party that will go to the Big Horn mountains for a hunt. In an interview "Buffalo Bill" expressed himself as follows: "I was never in finer health than I am now. We have had a magnificent season with ofir show. Never had a hotter one. The show closed a week ago at Honley, Eug., and it will winter in England. About April 1 we will go to France, showing all through that country. I left England a week ago last Saturday, arriving at New York Saturday. Cap tain W. R. Corfiold of Cardiff, Wales,, a prominent ship ownor of Great Britain and Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Stanloy of Liverpool accompanied mo over and will visit with us for a while at Cody, Wo. Two of Captain Cotfield's sons are now at Cod , huving come over some time ago. These pni ties ato in teregtcd in some of our Wyoming en terprises with 11 number of olhev En glish capitalists and enstoru mouicd men. I had left England when the Russian fleet ,was piacticing on the English fishing fleet. But the affair will have tliu result of inflaming Brit ish sentiment against Russia, as the English aie favorable to the Japanese any way." E. C. Harris, a Chndrou banker and ex-superintendent of the Not th western railway at that point was hcio this week accompanied by A. F. Ward, a discharged conductor also of that place. Their mission here was in the interest of Frank Cnrrio candidate for repre sentative and Mr. Ward distributed circulnts soliciting members of the var ious railway orders here to vote for him. Mr. Clinic's recoid in the leg islature two years ago wns bucIi ns to icquire a vast amount of expanation to square himself with his constituency especially as to that patt of his record wlu-iein the interests of the corpota lions and their employes weic concerned. The lepublican press is trying to show the iniquttious revenue law is not such n bad thing for the tax payers in this county. But it is difficult to ex plain. Personal interviews with many tax payers throughout the county who have personally investigated for them selves prove conclusively that taxes arc almost iuvaiinhly higher than in pre vious years. And it is useless for tho fnkery to try to bewilder the tax payers with meaningless columns of figures. It is a self evident fact that the last legislature appropiialed sixteen hun dred thousand dollars more than had ever been appropriated by anv pre ceding legislature and all attempts-at explanation will prove of no avail. Tun Herald solicits every tax payer to investigate the matter for himself. Tire Destroys Small Huihliqq. A low of small sheds north of the photograph gallery caught firo this afternoon and were entirely destroyed. A delivery horse belonging to the Pardee bakeiy was burned to death, but aside fiom this the loss was light. Ilallow'cn Party. On Monday evening the home of Mh and Mrs Lon Lay ton vas the scene of a brilliant gathering of little folks congregated for the purpose of celebrating Hallow'en. The evening was passed very pleasantly by the twenty-five or thirty youngsters with games and other indoor sports. If one could have taken a peep at the smiling faces of the boys and girls as they pur sued their amusements, there could be but one verdict rendered, they were en joying the occasion. Before the even ing's festivities were hi ought to a close an elegant supper was berved by Mrs. Layton to weich the children did jus tice, www. Attempted Hold Up. u A telegram from Cody, Wyo., of last Tuesday gave the following ac count of an attempted holdup of the bank at that place, in which Cashier Middaugh, well known in this city, was killed. The telegram says: "An attempt to rob the First Nation al bank of this city at 3:30 this after noon resulted in the immediate death of Cashier I. O. Middaugh. Two arm ed men who have been hanging around this town some months rode up to the batik on horsenack and entered it at the front door. They were not mask ed or disguised. When tliev brdered the cashier and his assistant to throw up their hands they were answered by these plucky officials with shots from two six-shooters. The firing became so hot that the robbers left the hank without securing any money. Cashier Middaugh followed them to the street and attempted to stop them by empty ing his six-bhootcr at them, whereupon the smaller of the two men shot Mr. Middaugh in the breast killing him in stantly. In the meantime the town became aroused and shots , were fired at the robbers from every corner. They returned the fire, shooting at every one they saw on the streets and finally succeeded in mounting their horses and riding awaj over the hill to the southwest quickly followed by about twenty armed and mounted men. Deputy Sheriff Jeff Chapman was in the lead and word comes into town that he took a shoit cut through a field, and six shots wcro heaid a few moments ago. It is expected that the robbers will surely be takon. A large reward has already been offered by the citizens of Cody for thoir capture or death?" The Alliance Bowling alley is a lively place these evenings and tho coutosts for high scores is keeping the boy going at a lively rate. JtiBt about tliu time a fellow thinks he has the rest skinned to a finish his score is knocked into a cocked hat bv some one least ex pected to make a recoid, In today's issue Mr. Ridgell, proprietor of the bowling alloy, has a number of valuable presents to ?ive to those makiug the best records by December, 1. Look them over and then try your luck. 7v U'-n 'W-rys- Rumor's J3 pecial Thi GETrilXEaEffiBSSZLWOTW 3 Week! Ladies' and Children's... I CLOAKS ?i:Ht Buy Early. Don't Wait! WE SELL Ladies' all-wool Jackets $2-50, 3-50, 4.00 Ladies Capes 3.50, 5.00 Ladies' Melton and Beaver Jackets in Tan, Blue and Black 5.00, 6.50, 7.00 Ladies' three-quarter length Coats in Black, Tan and Brown, 7.50, lO.OO, 12.00 Ladies' long tourist coats-lO.OO, 12.00, 15.00 In Children's Cloaks we are showing a very large line in all colors and styles at 2-50, 3.50, 7.50 Don't forget, we sell Dry Goods, - Clothing, Shoes and Groceries.