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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1904)
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Forest Lumber Company,
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Also agents for Nebr. Central
Stockmen: It will
pay you to advertise
your brands in this
paper. The Herald
has the largest circu
lation of any newspa
per in Western Ne
braska. Ncbrnsku Stock (irowcrs Association.
A.M. Modlsett. president, lluihvllle; K. M.
IlnmpUin, vice-president. Alliance; H. M
Se'arlo jr., secretary-treasurer, Ogiihtlla.
Executive eoinniltteo E. P. Myei, Lena;
R. U. Kincald, HIiiKlmin; John Ilrcnnuii,
Alliance;.!. K. VuiiBosklrk, Alliance; K. K.
Lowe, Hjannls; John M. Adams, Potter; II.
M. Allen, Ames It. LIhco, Lmlgepole; Lvert
Eld red, Orlando; E. C. Harris, Chiidron; L.
W. nickull, Kimball; Itoberl Gralinm, Al
liance; .lolm Conway, Diumliik'; J. II. Cook,
AKRte;A. S. Heed. Alliance.
MOSLEM k TLM.LV,
as shown on cut
on either side.
Also J-O 011 eith
and rantjo 0.
lOrosh II Cross)
on leftside. Also
II I on left thigh.
same iih eiitttJ on
left Jaw and u on
T. .1. DlAVI),
3 5 connected
any place 1111 left
hide. Ilunpo on
bead of lMne
JOHN O'lCKCI'L' ic SONS.
OK on left side:
also ok and OK
on left side.
SCII ILL IJKOs.,
on rlxhl thigh or
XV on right
STOKM LAKE RANCH.
As In cut on
right or left hip;
left ear cropped.
Horses branded O
on left Jaw.
on right bin, as
Incut. J 1 nine
ranch see. -5-'J7-50.
Ho nuttc. Neb.
t'attlo branded as
I) rut on left hip,
aUo with thu bar
over Instead of
in totrnslilp 7,
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Nothing is more inte'esting than the
manufacture of high grade lumber. We
buy only of the Iwst manufacturers and
hence can assure you the beat of every
thing in the Hue of fiulltllnti Material.
CALL AND sr.F. t'S
OUR PRICES AHE RIGHT
For that small
have the fixings,
sidewalk laying", fencing and
the like, can be had from
at reasonable price.
Bid. & Loan Asso. Phone 22
I! A. ALLISON.
N on Wsht hip.
KaiiKe In Twp.
26, range 45, Slier
Plumbing, Steam find hot water
Phone, No, 35G. ALLIANCE, NEB.
For Fine Boot and Shoe
LD. NICH O LS
Also has in stock a new line of GENTS'
SHOES of the best manufacture and at
prices that will suit. Call and examine
the stock before, yon buy and you will
At K. Madsen's old stand, first
door south of Cigar Factory.
:: Undertaking and . .
:: Embalming Company
Calls bnswered promptly day or night.
Residence phone 269,
Is Our Leader. Try It....
2 Tfi.ev . Tvevee. $
Agent for Uio Culedonlan. of
Scotland, which Insures town
firoperty only, and the Coluru
ila, which insuios town and
farm property and live stock.
Roth are reliable old lino com
panies Notarial Work..
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.Snccc.sor fo J. S. McKlncy.
The Fall Season
So are We
With Special Prices
on provisions of all
kinds. Call in and
see us before buying-.
'Phone No. 4.
W. M. FOSKETT
Will Cry Sales in This and
Adjoining Counties. . . .
BY THE DAY.
Cof Satisfaction guaranteed. If
ou want to buy or sell ranch prop
erty, list it with me
FLOUR and FEED
viioi.i:rai.k and iiktau.
Celebrated Ravenna Flour
At rilkington's old
stand, 'phone No. 71.
Contractor and Builder,
Turning and Scroll
Work and all
Kinds of Shop
GEO. G. GADSBY,
Ilrlclc Shop West of Alliance Nutlo.itil
Kank, Alliance, Neb.
For a Full
Best Co Ices,
That Can't be Deal
AJovtvs ot 3ar
A. D. R0D6ERS.
i Keith L, l'lerce Is fully nutlurld in vt
ilcltsubterlnlloiM and Job work and collect
and nvelpt for wiine, and ttniisuct nil oihr
hiislnists in (ouuiH'tUiii with his HltUm us an
ftcXTiHlllcd representative of thl mH'r.l
Wilde's new clothing lm arrived.
Samp)' broitio sed for m) nt Wikly't,
Krnet Ulday was up Alllnne Monday.
. Wildv cucupliM 6ooo tqunr ftit ot tflr
New top biunr for Ml at h tmrvaiu,
lCmmett Johatoa wi in from Canton
The school attendftnee fa tneraaiiiiK
L. A. Porter of Tekaham, Heb., it tha
eimst of G. A. KuWle.
John and Jnmas Moravek were Hsni lug
ford uitora Wedneaday,
Mr. and Mia. A. II. Pierca ipnt Sun
any .UIi I'reuolin Abley,
II. II. Pierce is moving hi rngWancu to
his land tlirie miiaa uoitbwoat of town.
Mrs. Alice Curtia returnad from her
lsit to OhioSitturdny. Shu hns bean gona
H F. Citirdiner is nifTering from a blow
from a spike which flew up and struck
him in the eve.
There will bo a public dance nt Wood
man hall Nov. 24 ('llinnksRivintf.) in the
evening. Hvcryono invited. C. A.
H. II. Kunk departed for his father's
home nt Funk, Neb., the last of the week.
He expects to go to Omaha to a school of
pharmacy this winter.
Do not put of any longer the insurance
of your buildings against fire. Hates are
low and now is the danger time in the
year Irom fire. II. L. Pierce, agent.
Notick 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 &
Now is the time to do your fall plowing.
Get one of the renowned Hancock disc
gang plows. They will plow where others
have to leavo the field. l?or sale by A,
Uhrig. Oct. 14-2
The Commercial hotel is now open to
all the bnsincss in its Hue that comer, to
llemingford. Help hat been secured and
the former high class of service will bo
oflered the public.
-'. L". Johnston, .1 brother of 1 11. John
son, who bought a few cars of cattle here
a few weeks ago, shipped several cars of
horses and steers to hi3 home at Columbus
Junction. Iowa, Tuesday.
The hobos who were in the vreck of
Monday night celebrated their deliverance
in the usual style Tuesday. Hcmingford
has :2-foot sidewalks, but the walks were
not wide enough to hold a few of them.
Speaking about heating stoves. The
Beckwith Hound Oak and Cole's Hot
Blast are the 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.
I). C. lA-nner, B, L. Kenner. Henry
Gasseling, Geo. Fendrick. A. 1 Miller,
T. L. Hopkins, Jr., Karl Fostrum, Win.
lodence and S. D. Lack were among those
who sold cattle this week to C U.
A number of ladies belonging to the
Progressive club went out to the lodence
ranch last Friday and were royally enter
tained. They assisted in the organization
of the Marple club, which follows the out
lines of the llemingford organization.
Don't forget the M. K. church ladies'
dinner on Thanksgiving day. The doings
will last all day and there will be enjoy
ment lor all. The young people will be
especially "in the swim." A fine supper
will also be served. Come and spend the
A successful school for Catholic children
is being conducted here. A great uumoer
of bright faced boys and girls have been in
town recently whom we do not often see
here. '1 hey all seem very prompt in their
attendance and no doubt are learning
much of their religion. Let the good
work go on.
In securing a car of implements, buggies,
wagons, etc., I am now able to quote
prices en the colebiated Stoughton and
Abington wagons, Deere spring wagons
and buggies, wagon boxes, Universal
shoveling boards, below any previous
prices, only while these last. Please call
and examine. Auton Uhrig. Oct. 14-2
A wreck occurred bore Monday night
and a uumber of cars, iu which a labor
gang was domiciled, were derailed and all
broken up. A dead freight was on the
main line and a slock train which had the
right of way to Alliance crashed into it.
The engine of the stock train was derailed
after it plowed it:t way through eight cars.
It seems miraculous that none of the labc r
ers on the extra g-ng were killed or seri
ously injured. The only person who was
bruised up to any extent was tne extra
gang foreman. The doctor from Alliance
having this class of work to attend to came
and fixed him up. In a short time the
wreck was cleared, the debris being
The Ladies' Progressive club was enter
tained at the home of Mrs. lodence, north
east of town Friday, Nov. n. The Marple
ladies were there also and a most enjoy
able time is reported. An elaborate din
ner, consisting of turkey and all the ac
cessories, was served to about 35 guests.
It seemed that the gentlemen present en
joyed this meeting immensely and es-
peciallyat the table. Alter all prestnt nau
partaken of the bounteous repast, Mrs.
lodence led the way to the parlor, where
was rendered a most entertaining program.
Mrs. Dr. Fikner recited a pleasing selec
tion; Miss Basse read an instructive and
entertaining piece, as did Mrs. Clark Olds
and others. After the closing prayer by
Mr. Wilson of Marple. All returned to
their homes feeling that they had spent a
pleasant day. Those present from here
were Mr, and Mrs. Clark Olds, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Olds, Mrs. Eikner. Mrs. A. H.
Pierce, Miss Mary Basse and Misses
Blanche and Almeda Fosket.
Nearly all the ailments of the human
race in these days are caused by the Blood.
Stomach and Kidneys being out of order.
1 here is not a case on record than Co-Lon-Co
hasn't cured. Ask your druggist.
Cattle Kauclt, 11 quarter sections all
deeded land, good title, First class
improvements, Inquire at this office.
Mrs. George Lomon lias been vary sick
but is n little battar at this time.
Thomaa Squibb and on ware HeminK-ft-rtl
Mr. Went? who waa taken to the hos
pital nt Lincoln a few days ago ia slightly
Mr. and Mrs. True Miller and Mr.
Stephenson, Mm, Miliar' mother, were In
Mrs. C. IT. Hlchey is spending n weak
with her daughter Mrs. Frank Moore of
Henry Won (era and rlaughtor, Miss
Minnie left Tueaday for Get many to le
gone about three months.
Hon. Frank Curry of Crawford was In
town Monday and of course was smiillna
over his recent political victory.
Mr. Tatcftirt, the veterinary surgeon was
tip from Alliance Monday to pull a tooth
for a horse belonging to J. H. Clark.
Mrs. BowNby took her baby to Alliance
Friday for medical treatment. lir Bell-
wood tapped the little one which was the
third opurnlioa ol this kind.
A number of person from here attended
C. 11. Hritton's sale Monday. Thnre was
a big crowd and things sold well. Mr,
Britton expects to go into sheep ex
clusively. A young gentleman arrived at James
Tollman's on the 5th inst., who, in just 21
years will vote the straight ropublican
ticket. Mother and son doing well at last
reports and Jim measures seven feet now,
Mnnied At thu liome of Mrs. J. I.
Hicks, Wedncsdry evening, Mr. John
II. Cnntlin and Miss Laura K. Owens,
Kov. C. V. Ray officiating. Tho
groom is n conductor on the B, it M.
and the bride is a sister of Mrs. Hicks.
Both Imve 11 largo circle of friends who
wish them well. They departed that
night for Denver where they will put
in a few days sightseeing.
Curd of Thanks.
To. the many friends and neighbors
who so kindly assisted us during the
sickness and death of our husband mid
father, II. G. Taylor, itud to Allianco
Lodge No. 203 A. O. U. V. for the
many nets of kindness and assistance,
wo desire to express our hcattfelt
Mks. 1J. A. Taylor and family.
HOLSTEFS PHARMACY. . . .
IN 100 POUND SACKS FOR $3SO
Special Prices on Larger Lots at riolsten's.
d Dealers in Hides, Tallow, Furs,
Cow and Horse Hide Robes,
Leather and Saddlery Hardware
L. C. BURNETT, M'gr.
Nebraska City. Nebraska.
REPRC8CHTS THE FOLLOWING
Hartford Fire Iiihuruui'o C'niiipiiny.
North American ot Philadelphia.
Phoenix of lllooklyu, New York.
Continental of New York City.
Mapira Flro Iiimiiuiicu Company.
New York Underwriters, Jew York.
Commercial Union A.siiirum'e Co., Iiidon
Dray and Transfer Line.
The only .spring
Repairing in all its
A. O. I3eiines,
Jeweler and Optician.
E. Ford, President
Rued, R, M. Hampton, Vice Presidents.
First National Bank,
I Chas. E. Ford, A. S. Reed, R.
M. Z. CHURCH NOTES.
Services will he held iu the church
ns usual. Sunday school at 10: a. 111.
ProHcliing at 11: n. 111. and 7:30 ti. in.
Morning subject: God' liiiduring
Motpv. Evoning aubjwt: Man's Pmver
for DeHemnctt. Junior League at
a:. jo p. m, Epwurth League nt 0:30
p. iu. All aio cordially inrittxl to at
tend. The Ladies' Afd society will meet
neat Fridny with Mta. F. IrWli at
o'clock in tho afternoon,
Sundnv school Teacher's meeting
will ho held nt thu home of (lev. Kay
next Wednesday evening t 7:30.
Tho Upworth Longup prayer meet
iug will hu held at the homo of Mrs, E.
M. Mattin next Tuosdny evening nt
Tho First Quarterly conference will
ho held in tho church November 27.
For Stile -A ranch of 4S0 acres deeded
land and 320 acres tensed land 10 miles
from Allinuco. Land lays nice, 140 acres
under cultivation, good tiouso nnd other
buildings, splendid well with windmill, all
under fence, fine grove of large trees, lots
of small fruit. This is one ot the best
places in tho county. Price $2,100; half
cash, five years time on balance at 8 per
cent. T, J. O'Kbrpb.
Hromos Grass Seed.
I have a quantity of choice hromos
grass seed for sale nt my place 5K
miles south of Hcmingford, nt 10 cents
a pound. Hromos is the ideal grass
for western Nebraska. L. Sami'V.
All persons are hereby warned that
no hunting will ho allowed ou my
premises. John Henderson.
F. M. WALLACE
Moving Household Furniture
nnd Trunks a specialty . ,
Phone No, t Young's grocery, Allianco
and Leather Co.
LlwiptMil. LiHi'lriit 1111O Glulm In.-.. Co.
Cinriniiii Xmi'riciin Ins, (" New York.
I'll rniiTft nnd Miti-Iiiiiih In., i'o , f.ln In
Columbia Kirn lutiiruiice Coinpttlly.
l'luH'i.lx I iin. 1 1,.. Hertford, t 01,11.
HKN YOU GO TO LEAVE TOWN, don't worry
about what to do with your Household Good:.
S. A. Miller will take charge of them; store them
in a nice, dry and cool place and pack and ship
them wherever desired. Charges reasonable.
dray line in the city.
S. A. Miller.
flail orders promptly
S. K. Warrick, Cashier
G. Hampton, Ass't Cashier.
Surplus and Profits, $20,000
H. G. Warrick, S. K. Warrick.
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