The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, November 25, 1904, Image 1
Stntr lllstorlcnl Poclctr UNftM.N NKB Alliance Herald Official Publi cation of Box Butte County. Largest Circu lation of any Al liance Paper. VOLUME XI, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1904, NUMBER 4U ''Vh- LOCAL HAPPENINGS M&Mte& 1 ?fe&&& General and Personal News of Alli ance and Vicinity. -W-W-1?W$ frW--ww-w-w-w : Wl 1 HE It tt rv Wais t- EgffiHaaargraamTiMTi!'J7iggn C A new Sot of Flannel, mer- c wce jz,cu etna uinsiauuiic waisis r in ail the fall follow ngs just c received. The HORACE BOGUE STORE TRADE WINNER. $ ? rV c SL3 ti &Sfe-a&iSSl-..4B:i';afc.s4.S.fe HERE'S SOMETHING ' Hi (A, "'I That will pay ou to investigate. We have placed our entire stock ol OVERCOAT! consisting of over 250 of the latest pat terns in all of the popular styles and a complete assortment of sizes on sale at 20 Per Cent Dis count iS' S3 v from regular retail valued These poods are not marked for the occasion, but will be found to be just as represented in every particular. Call and examine the superb stock and be convinced of the values we are offering. 0. "JD. Kovow. 'mS&2'&S&VmZr-rctt' 3a-" tO-" tz-Tj -00 0; KIP T4 -T)- -Ol wiv.V foS tQu. .. .( .) .k w .J. .41 .k. .l .Jv . .., . .. .(h - ' . .Jw, .( -ti .ft i .it .(V .1, I ' is7' t. " "I "I w ! i if ij i t . - -l."ir IKA n. Ill SIINhM. l.KM-.ST l OI.DAY BUSHNELL & OLDAY I'KOi'KIhTOKS 01 mi: '' Palace Meat Market s CHOICEST FRESH AND SALT MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND i' g Fish and Oysters in Season Your patronage solicited. Give us a trial ii First Door North of Postoffice 'Phone 131 4jf j,. .. . ,(. k . .fi .4' ( r1" " -1' l. ' ', t ' t ! elk k .1. .. i 1 i -J 1 i ! .rf' . ,T ,. ,. .,(. .jTTj. ,YTyrT7fT !i Ait f i. Co-Lon-Co. Triday is Trcsh Truit Day at Glenson's Delicacy Store. Nov. 11 -tf 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. I'orSale 75 Cords of dry hard wood W. II Smiley, Crawford, Nebraska. For Sale Carriage and phaeton, for 1 cash or on time. J. C. WIlson & J3ro. ' Hurold 13. Miller, M. D., physician and burgeon, office and residence 321 south Seventeenth street, Lincoln, Neo. Geo. G. Gadsby will take down screen doors and windows and stote 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. 0-16 tf Wanted A young giil attending bchool to assist with liou&owork; good home and wages, Mrs. Matcus Fran kle. Special sale on all framed pictures at Geo. Darling's. Discount of 33 percent until November 10th. We are paying 20c for hand separat ed cream with prospects for still better price Harding Cream Co, Go to the Alliance National Bank to deposit jour money. Oct. 7-tf. Will exchange new 10 inch Victor Zonophone or Columbia record for one old record and 65 cents. C. E. Marks. Picture framing, upholstering and furni ture repairing C. Humphry. 7-10-tf 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 room house. Inquire at this office. Closing Out at Cost. Our entire stock of Children'; Hats mid cloaks ut KcKiin's. Ladles' Wiiisthiind Wrappers 11 1 UeRun's Special sale Ladles' Suits and .skirts at Hcfinn's. . Phonograph supplies of all kinds. C. E. Marks. Highest price paid for hides. C. . E. Marks. Nearly all the ailments of the human race in thes days are caused by the Wood. Stomach and Kidneys being out of order. There is not a case on record than Co-Lou -Co hasn't cured. Ask your druggUt. Wanted K00111 and board for my self and wife; private family preferred. C. D. Fleming, Alliance. Old papers for sale at this office. Dr. F. M. Knight went cnt Mondav morning fn a short isit which will in clude a trip to tin wot Ill's fair. Among the ranchmen in Alliance last Monday wete MeMra. T. 11. Guthrie anil L. J. Schill from northeast of heio. Win. King returned hist Saturday fiom Denver where ho was intoiestetl in the outcome of the gubetuatoiial elec tion in Colorado. Mr. and Mis. Thomas Regan enjoyed a visit last week w ith limit son, D. C. of Lend, S. D., who una on his return from the wot Id's fo.ii. The dance given last night at Zbin den's hall was well attended, about G2 couples paiticipated. . It was an en joyable affair througlioui. We ate giving free S7. 50 woith of waie with every Majestic sold at our stoie next week. See advertisement in this pn pet for pat ticulars. Acheson & J odcr. Roy Cunningham of Mastotmechanic Kramer's force, accompanied by his younger son, went to Lincoln hist Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with his sister who resides near that city. Glen Hampton, the efficient assist ant cashier of the Fitst National bank, depnrted last Monday for a ttip east which will include the wotld's fair and a visit with his mother and brother at othor points. Engineer John S.iinpy has been transfeited from the Shetidnn to Al liance division and with his wife ar med lieu Thursday. Thev spent Thanksgiv ig with the "old folks" in Nonnateil precinct. Mr. nnd Mrs. I. II. Huston were called upon to part with thrir babe who died last Satin day. The funeral took place from the residenco Sunday afternoon, Kcv. G. C. Jeffers officiating. Interment took placo at Giceiiwood. The Majestic Manufactuting Co., of St. Louis, Mo., will have a man at Acheson & Joder's store all next week who will show you how to bake biscuits brown top and bottom in 3 minutes. Don't miss this chance of seeing the great cooking wonder. The Alliance Art studio is making some special pi ices on high class pho tography for the holidays. This will be an opportunity to secure fine work that will make a fine present. This old reliable establishment always gives its customers the benefit of special prices at this time. Read the ad else where in this issue. , J. A. Mallcry purchased the business block of Miss Ella McCollough, situated on Hox Butte avenue and formerly oc cupied bv the Alliance Candy company, last Satuulav, the consideration being ?3. 500. Mr. Mallcry is having the building lenovated and arranged for Ins convenience and w ill have a spacious and convenient business place in keep ing w ith his increasing trade. Eugene Clark Burns, foimeily of this city, and Miss Carmen Mitchell of Omaha weie united in maniage at Billings. Mont., last Tuesdry morning. Mrs. B. L. Burris, accompanied by the bride, left heie Sunday for Billings. The newly married couple will make their home at the latter place after a wedding ttip which will include Spok ane and other western points. The voting people will receive the hearty congratulations of many Nebraska friends. While playing near a hotse one day last week, the five-year-old son of L. L. Raymond of ScottsbluQ was kicked by the animal and his skull ctushed in. Dr. Bellwood was summoned to assist two other surgeons in cateing for the lad. A piece of the skull nearly an inch and a half long and over a half in width was removed. It wag at first thought the patient would die of his injuiius, but he is still alive, with indi cations of ultimate recovery. The W. D. Rutncr metcantile estab lishment will undergo a general over hauling. A commodious basement will be excavated thereunder and the building enlarged and improved in many particulars, before this change is being made, Mr. Rumer will teinove his stock to temporary quarters and business will continue uninterrupted. When Mr. Runierhns the contemplated improvements completed he will have one. of the finest mercantile establish ments in the wost. The bans of marriage wete performed at Holy Rosary church Wednesday morning uniting Mr. John Ellis and Miss Agnus Ryan. The groom but re cently came from Billings ai.d is em ployed in the B. & M. sh- n. His bride is a pleasing little lady who showed her devotion to the one neatest her hoart by coming all Mm way from Wheatland, Wis., to become his bride. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan ware school matos in childhood and their marriage was the conclusion of true love, which never smothers. Father Galvin performed the ceremony. WsS 'IMIIJI Willie ! llSJill 111.1 ool iulALto mb XX w s&"-Mr W' r 0 H I1M Table Linens, Crashes Bed Spreads, Outing Flannels UWWIIIH Reel and Blue Oil Boiled 3C n CJ Lnions, per yard jyiPfJ ClSiU jJ,, HeeY1fci 45, 50 and 60 c ls-tteT fT.60, 75 and 90 c 72-inch Heavy Linen Domestic, ya ?-90c, $1.00, 125 vn?ite Bed Spreads, Marselles Pattern, S fi65c.$l, 1.25 and 1.50 . . .(LC 15 G-ood Ootton Towels, Fringe Ends, each. Huck Towels, All Linen, Hem Stitched. Plain or with Border, each Turkish Towels, Extra Heavy, each yr s Ootton Orash Towling, per yard 4c Ail Linen Orash Towling, per yard.- Outing Flannels, Bleached yleached'5,7,9, Wand 12k Robe Prints and C f Q oyjf 1 fir Oretons, per yard. Ui t i (J ciiiki ti sn 5 4' w- M BJL1L We want to call your special attention to our large stock of Dress Goods Furs Ladies' and Children's Cloaks r OUR PRICKS ARK T11K LOWKST K A mes TSelmwA Sftove; mS JJrSZZF JfcJ 1 fc ?li!rv2r fiwm Among the Bowlers. The bowlinK contest last Friday niclit at the Alliance Bon ling alley between the round house boys and a town team, resulted in a victory for the latter by a score of 2373 to 2037. The scote is as follows: kouno iiou.si;. FnU 330 I Burris 39O joe Keardon .. 401 Kiclistein 483 H. Stirkle 407 Total . . . town. Bacon . . . . . 416 Oilman 507 Howell 4Q4 Wells 519 Brown 439 2037 Tot.l 2373 This victory put the town team on their metal and they wont forth other worlds to conquer. But their k was .short lived for a picked or scrub team met them on the bowling alley Monday night and they went down in defeat by a score of 22S2 to 2430. Following is the score: TOWN. Bacon 44O Oilman 447 Rowull 408 Wells 4O3 Brown 518 Total 2282 PICKED. Hi'lRl 544 lieu man 536 Wats 492 Kaynokls 390 WsMon 46S Total. .243O Two shop teams will piny a game to night which promises to bo decidedly lively. The town and picked trains will bowl again Saturday nig"ht for an oyster supper. Mrs. G. D. Woods who has been bed-ft for the past week or ton days has recovered sufficiently as to be up and about the houso. The short days of the year are upon us, and the foolish virgins who neglect to roplenish their lamps in the hours of daylight, miiBt groupe about in dark nos for the kerosene can. Fit & Webster present to the theatre-going public ol this citv their new est version of the big Farce Contudv success, "A Biei'zv Tinic." A stitfr-it of niciry ideas and hilaiioiif. filiations, incorporated into n pint of ingenious originality and intense interest An entertainment of absolute supt-iiority, well to the front in the tucc for popu larity. The name of Fitz & Webster for past season has been a "trade maik" for good clean, comedy, and those who attend a performance of "A Bieezy Time" can assure them selves of an evening's enjoyment serv ed up in the very latest style. Our specialty artists arc a decided feature, having been chosen from among tic leading audevillo performers of t'i day, and uilh our long expericne o could not do otherwise than rliuue pleasing and catchy acts. In alt a. production of vast amusing uosfcihili tios and lecognied noon it-- nieiiW as. the best Faice Coined v on the toed. At the Phelan opeia house Wednesday evening, Nov. 30. A large delegation went to Crawfoul today to attend the teacher a atfeocm tton which will be 111 session Ftiduyl and Satutday. Some of those who went were Superintendent Bait, l'tin- ' cipal Hayes, County Supeiiutendent j Mrs. Kusttu, Misht-s McCorUc, Keen, Fjazier, Darling, Kramer, McDonald. Worloy, Clatk, Fullurton, Reynolds, Smith, Kit; duii, Perry, Mesdntuts Cogs well, Stonur, Robinson, and Koup; Clayton Koed, Claud McDonald, Kay Clapp, Ilerbeit Butler. Karl Mallery, Ethel Nolan and Irene Koup the suc cessful onos in the High School Du claumtory contest Monday night also accompanied thu party and will partici pate in the district coutost which will givo the winners the right to enter the state contest. An Interesting Game. The foot ball game which took place at the b.sc ball gfounds yestcrdav be twee! the Bnrlington and the High School learn drew an immense crowd and proved most e.citmg and in tetesttng. The brass band added to tho enthusiami ami with the ideal weather then e was nothing lacking to make the o"casion one of entire stis. faction to those in love with sport cm the gridiron. The game ended in a tie sroio of 5 each and it 8ec-m- is ti honot are even in every respect. Two 20 minute halves weie played and the fe.i lures of tho game consisted of two end runs. Barks went through the high school line like a whirlwind .-nd made a toncbdown as did Dn is UirU-e school Ihjvs. The B & M. team .v a little too much for their opponent in matter of weight, hut the students sue ceeded in holding down their opponents in this lospcct. So far no arranf inents have boen made to play otf the tie. The line-up was as follows: IIXOIl SCHOOL TKA.M H. AM) M- TfcA I Worluy , c Klappall Ed Burris r g , Scott Uodgers 1 g Gibson Campbell ,,rt...,. Carroll Smyser... 1 t Fernald Wehn re.... Dr Kramer Wilson Ie F Burris Knglohorn r h Wheaton Spacht. 1 h Pardee Smith .q b Allen Davis lb -.Parks Mrs. Moroland, daughter of Mr. Stratton of Borea, arrived here from Chicago last Sunday to be with her fathor who is very low. Drop in and have a cup of coffee and hot biscuits at our store any day next week, will be glad to see you if you in tend to buy or not. Acheson & Joder.