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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1904)
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Nothing is more interesting than the
manufacture ot high grade lumber. We
i .-. - jSiPlip.iii.,rl lmv onlv of the best manufacturers anil
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-v.irftw 't'fV lliint? in thn line nf Hull il lnrr Material.
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CALL AND SEE VS
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Forest Lumber Company,
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WJiTTirrrr Q , . jHjr
For that small repairing we
have the fixings, Boards for
sidewalk laying, fencing and
the like, can be had from us
at reasonable price.
Dierks' Lumber Coa! Co.
Also agents for Nebr. Central Bid. & Loan Asso. Phone 22
R. C. NOLEMAN,
Itooms 1, 2 and 3, first National bank build
ltijr, Alliance, Neb. Notary luotllce.
E. H. Boyd,
.. V.lioiniy ut Lmv ..
Collections given Prompt Attention.
SMITH I. TUTTLE. I HA II. TA II.
TUTTLE & TASH,
North Mtilu St., - ALLIANCE. NEH.
SEE Jos. Carey & Co.
For house moving, well boring
making and cleaning cesspools
moving box cars, ete ....
. . . DKALEKS IN.
Flour i Feed,
Is Our Leader. Try It.
Wi:ST SIDK MAIN
I DEITTIST S
In Alliance 1C-30 of every month.
Office over The Famous . . .
FREY & BALFE,
l!18 HOX HPTTiS AVKM'K.
Calls answered in town or country.
J. E. MOORE, M. D.
Calls answered from office duy or night.
Telephone No. 02,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON
Oflleo OTer rostolllee.
H. H.' Bellwood,
llolstcn lluilding, - ALLIAJ JE, NEB
L. W. BOWMAN,
For Fine Boot and Shoe
1- P. NICHOLS
Also has in stock a now line of GENTS'
SHOES of the best manufacture and at
prices that will suit. Call and examine
the stock before you buy and you will
At R. Madsen's old stand, first
door south of Cigar Factory.
I DO YOU KNOW I
that yuii enn get good
g WALL PAPER, enoiiRli g
0 to paper n moderate size a
a room, for St. 25; Unit
o you can gel both paint o
and paper for about $2?
Just remember this nt o
2 houBc-clenning time and J
o Your Remembering
JJ just remember Hint the J
a place to buy your pamt
and pnprr and buy it
o right is nt a
! THIELE'S i
o Prescription Druggist o
g jiiccesor to J S. Htltltwy. g
iKrltli I. l'li'n-e It fully nntliorlroif l mi
ilclt yulKcrliitlons ttml Job work liml oollwl
ind ni-fipt for hiih, and tninwt ll othor
bulln-.H. In connection with Ills noiltton hs 1111
AciirtMliitMl rt-irtiitntlv(j of this mHir.l
The Fall Sea'son
mwuiimwiww i Miiaw it mi ipiiii
So are We
With Special Prices
on provisions of all
kinds. Call in and
see us before buying.
'Phone No. 4.
W. M. F0SKETT
Will Cry Sales in This and
Adjoining Counties. . . .
BY THE DAY.
Plumbing, Steam and hot water
'Phone, No. 35G. ALLIANCE, NEB.
F. M. WALLACE
Moving Household Furniture
and Trunks a specialty . .
Phone No, 1 Young's grocery, Alliance
t5T Satisfaction guaranteed. If
you want to buy or sell ranch prop
erty, list it with me
Wihly's new clothing ling arrived.
Sntnp'8 bromo tmw for ! at Wihly's.
Wildy occupiM flooo sqttftru fit of store
New top buggy for snla at n lMirsin.
Mrs. Piannnsky lm lin quite sick tint
Nellie Carter bejrtui school in the Non
pareil district Monday.
Horn. Saturday nlRht. to Mr. and Mrs,
John Armstrong, a sun.
A baby boy was Iwrn to Mr, nnd Mrs.
Shulu Saturday, Oct. so-
Mamie Miller beaan her school in the
Clark district Monday morning.
Rev. C. II. Burleigh drove down to his
ranch near Lakeside, Monday,
Tho club reception nt the home of Clark
Olds last Monday night was well attended
and every one reports a good time.
The now druggist, Mr. Anderson, enme
in on .11 Tuesday and now has charge of
the drug department in lledgccock's store.
Noticu All persons knowing them
selves indebted to Clark & Co., either by
note or on account, are requested to settle
same as soon as possible.Clark Olds Ofc
Now is the time to do your fall plowing.
Get one of the renowned Hancock disc
gang plows. They will plow whore others
have to leave the field. For sale by A.
Uhrig. Oct. 14-2
In the absence of thu correspondent this
week the llemingford news column is
somewhat like tho "little end of nothiug
whittled some. However, it will assume
its regular aspect next week.
Speaking about heating stoves. The
Usckwith Hound Oak and Colo's Hot
Blast arc tho leading heaters in the world,
and while they cost only a little more than
their imitations, they will save their price
in fuel in one season. Call on A.
In securing a car of Implements, buggies,
wagons, etc , I am now able to quotu
prices on the celebrated Stoughton and
Abiugton wagons, Deeru spring wagons
and buggies, wagon boxes, Universal
shoveling boards, below any previous
prices, only while these last. Please call
and examine. Anton Uhrig. Oct. 14-2
The Wilvert entertainers will give an
entertainment in the llemingford school
building tonight for the benefit of the
school library. This is a first-class enter
tainment, instructing aud amusing. Let
everyone come and help to buy tho school
a good library, the need pf which is very
apparent to all interested in education.
Well sorted Early Ohio for storage pur
poses. Call at N. Frohnaphel's. Big
Oct. 14-Ot. Raymond & Quivkv.
BOX BUTTE AVENUE
South International Harvester
Price come down, and
Iimvh I ilW PPTrUv!
Round Steak 10 cents
Loin Steak 10 cents
Porterhouse 12 cents
When you are shopping call at the People's
Meat Market for your meat or telephone and your
order will be delivered promptly. Our meats will
always be found the best and the prices as quoted
speak for themselves.
'Phone 207. E. H. SIMPSON, Proprietor.
Official publication of the County.
Largest Circulation of any Alli
ance paper visits nearly every
home in the county.
We do not say that The Herald
is the only good paper in Alliance
but the fact that it has nearly twice
the circulation of any other is evi
dence that The Herald leads.
Prints all the news that's worth
printing. The Herald can be had a
whole year for the small sum S1.50
FLOUR and FEED
wiiolksaij: and iiktaii.
Celebrated Ravenna Flour
At Pyicington's old ,
stand, 'phone No. 71.
Dr. J. R. Taggart, D.V.S.
Is prcpured to treat a ny and nil
diseases known to the horse
and cow. Special attention to
dentistry. All work guaranteed
Barn North of Palace Livery. 'Pho 101
Oillco In First National Hunk block,
DR. G. W. MITCHELL,
Physician line burgeon Hay and nightfalls.
Ollleoovur HoguoStoSe. I'hono 150.
DR. GEO. HAND,
I II Y S I U I A ' A N 1) S I'ltGE O N
Phone 201. Ofllce oer Ijockwood's.
Turning and Scroll
Work and all
Kinds of Shop
GEO. G. GADSBY,
Itrlck Shop West of Alliance National
Hank, Alliance, Nub.
:: Undertaking and . .
:: Embalming Company
Night calN answered from oflli't.
GR A 1)1 ATI: CHICAGO SCIIOOI
Funeral Director and Embalmer
Phones Office 214. Res 205
Attendant .. Alliance, Neb,
Hila Grand Tonsorial
Orville Owen, Proprietor.
Firstclass service. Patronage solicited.
Calls snswered promptly day or night.
Residence phono 269.
For a Full
1 Finest Teas,
Susprisc and Banquet.
The home of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. T.
Watson on Box Butte nvenue was the
scene of much merriment last Satur
day evening, the occasion being n
surprise party planned by tho Epwoith
League as a means of bidding Miss
Letha Watson, who was about to de
part for Kansas City, a farewell. The
evening was very pleasantly passed in
social games interspersed with vocal
and insttunicntal music by Miss Mc
Corkle and otheis, and a few choice
selections from 11 double horned phono
graph, all of which were heartily re
ceived. Upon occasions of this sort
some preparation is previously made
looking to the comforts of the inner
man, but owing to the lateness in the
planning no opportunity was afforded
the Leaguers to piopare nny such, but
the host and hostess in older to make
a double surprise for the merry-makers
ordered nn elegant spread at Dismer's
restaurant, and when all were seated
aiound the festive board it was found
that twenty-eight plates were laid.
At the close of the repast toasts were
called for by Mrs. Watson. Messrs.
Dr. Allen, Hill, Swanson, Snyder and
Woods, and Mrs. Hill aud Miss Mc
Corklc responded to tho call witli a few
well cho3en words whereupon Miss
Letha responded in a very pleasing ami
touching manner. All then returned
to the Watson home and bade their
co-laborer God-speed in her new avoca
tion. A vote of thanks was also given
Mr. and Mrs. Watson for their loyal
hospitality Miss Watson departed
Monday morning for the city on the
Kaw where she will enter the Fish
training school for Deaconesses.
All persons arc hereby warned that
no hunting will be allowed on my
premises. John Hendukson.
49c SPECIALS In suitings on dis
play in Norton's window.
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IN 100 POUND SACKS FOR $3SO
Special Prices on Larger Lots at Holsten's.
The Price of a Heating Stove
Doesn't cut much ice if the stove will save you one half your
coal bills. That is exactly what our best heaters will do.
And the prices of these stoves arc low too, At the hened of our
lino of heating stoves ate
COLES' HOT BLAST RETORT OAK AND
BECKWITH'S ROUND OAK
Then we have a large line of cheaper heaters you will also
find the largest and best line of Steel Ranges- Cast Ranges
and Cast Cook Stoves at Irresistable Prices "Nuff Sed"
Call and sec them at . .
Nebraska Hide and Leather Co.
Dealers in Hides, Tallow, Furs,
Cow and Horse Hide Robes,
Leatherand Saddlery Hardware
L. C. BURNETT, M'gr.
Nebraska City. Nebraska.
That Can't lie Beat
"iowvs ov 3&t
A. D. ROBGERS.
Notice to Creditors.
In I'ounty Court, within and for Hot Htitto
county, Nubtuhku, Oct. 31, 1004, In the
mill lor of the otaU of Dorsey II. Ault.,
(Iccoiised. To thu creditor of bald uMatu:
You uru hereby notlUed. Unit I will sit at
the County Court Itoom In Allluneu In suld
county, on tho Sd day of Muy, 1!W5, to ro-
culto uud uxumluu all claims uulnst suld
cotate, with a view to their adjustment and
iillowiinrn. Tlio time limited for thu nrs-
oiitutlou of cltilms ugiilniit said estate U six
mouths, from tlu3lst day of Oct , A. I). 1004.
and the time Uu'lted for puyrnunt of debts is
oiib yuiir from suld Slut duy of Oct lMll.
Witness my hand and thu soul ot said
county court, tlil 3l.st day of Oct., 1901.
A Truo Copy) u. it. M'ACiiT,
HKALl I'pOi'l. I-4W.
Hy vlrtuo of 1111 order of wile isfciiod by tlie
clerk of thi district couit of llox Hutto coun
t, Nebraska, upon decree rendered by Mild
court lu favor of Tho Kiiuilitble Land Co..
pliiiuUB, uud luulnnt Huiney McC-abu, uud
Josephine MeC'awililK wife, uud )i. H. Hallurd.
dufuiulHUls, 1 will oiler on the 15th day ot
NnwiiMlmr A. II. IM1I. Ill lu i.'l" ock H. 111. Oil
Mild day, ut the west front door of tho court
liouhe 111 AlllHlico. in muu roumy. mi uis
Ioiiowiiil: uuocrllMHi reui oniaie, 10-wii:
Northwest ijuur. soc. 15, twp. 28n.rungo 47 w.
lu llox liutte county, Nebraska, ut public
auction to thu hlghust bidder for msli. to Mt
Ulv Mild nrilnrnf h.ilu.ln tliBsumof St'.U.O) Hlld
liitureht, costs uud ccr. lint costs taxed JSJ.ls
w hiinieoi to (ill unpuiu luxua. ika ur.t.u.
5 V. G. Simomson, SlieiiJJw'I said County
Attorney for l'laintlir. V V Oeu 14
REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWING
Hartford Kite Insurance Company.
North American ot Philadelphia.
I'hoeulx of lllooklyu, New York.
Continental of New York City.
Niagara Flru Insurance Company.
Now York Underwriters, New York.
Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ixjndon
Liverpool, London uud Globe Ins. Co.
German American Ins. Co., New York.
I'linnurs and Merchants Ins. Co., Lincoln.
Columbia Fire Insurance Company.
I'hoeulx Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn.
Dray and Transfer Line.
HEN YOU GO TO LEAVE TOWN, don't worry
about what to do with your Household Goods.
S. A. Miller will take charge of them; store thetn
in a nice, dry and cool place and pack and ship
them wherever desired. Charges reasonable,
The only spring dray line in the city.
S. A. Miller.
Palace Livery Barn
S. II. 13IDSOII, Prop.
oni: 111.OC1; WKST of Good turnouts, strict attention to our business,
THE NKW 7.MNDKN . , and courteous treatment to all has won for us the
UUILUING. 'Phono 72 excellent patronage we eujoy. Try us.
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