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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1905)
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oni: jilock WKST of Good turnouts, strict attention to our business,
TllE sew 7.UINDEN . , and courteous treatment to all has won for us the
MUII.mNii. 'Phono 72 excellent patronage we enjoy. Trv us.
Miss Stella Owen is returned here as
JU. & M. operator.
Mr. and. Mrs. Arthur IlallibauRh are
down from Crawford.
The D, fr M. carpenters are here re
building the pump-house.
A McLaughlin and C. A. McGogtfy are
both shipping out haled hay.
Another week of icing is in progress'
other orders having been received.
George Hatch of Lead, S. Dak, came
down Sunday and went down to his ranch
east of town.
Miss Ream's sister arrived here on Fri
day, and together they are keeping house
in upper rooms of the Joralemon house.
Mr. Bagley, the new agent arrived on
Friday from New Castle with his wife and
thild and are stopping at the Commercial.
Mrs, A. K. Dyers went to Chadron on
Thunday remaining until Tuesday visit
ing her son Hansom who is attending
The office of the commercial hotel is
much improved in looks and comfort, by
the placing of a set of chairs made in
Dr. Miller and son-in-law. Mr. Mathew
both of Alliance were out to the Miller
ranch, west of town a couple of days, the
latter part of last week.
Carpenter Laravie drove out to his
ranch fourteen miles west of town on Tues
day, isi ted his family for a day and re
turned to work at this place.
Daddy Shultz hove into town recently
from the Platte river country, where he
has been spending a few months at the
ranch of his sons Will and John.
For the pleasure and amusement of the
pupils, a postoffice was established at the
school-house on St. Valentine day and
many dainty missives were deposited and
drawn there from.
The guage ropes which held the B.& M,
windmill tower (which stood on one leg)
broke during the gale on Thursday night
and let her down "kersmash" taking the
telegraph wires and poles along with
Misses Josie and Marcia Kendric came
down from Leadv S. Dak. on Sunday
where the former has been dressmaking
and the latter teaching music. They
were met by Mr. Frank Honeyman's
driver and taken to the ranch nine miles
west "f town.
Mr, and Mrs. I'rettyman were removed
from this place a few days ago by the
B. & M. and were assigned to the depot
work at Ellsworth As agent here Mr,
Prettyman gave excellent satisfaction,
was painstaking and accommodating and
it was with many regrets that the people
saw him go.
We learned too late for an item last
week, that Mr. Henry Brundiege and
daughter Bessie, who have been staying
for some time at the Allison ranch nine
miles west of town had gone to Idaho hav
ing accompanied Mr. Brundiege's twin
brother to his home in that state. Henry
carried a large lunch box, no doubt fear
ing they might be on the way many days
owing to the deep snow and stormy weath
er, ftliss Bessie is a very dear little girl
and will be missed by her many friends.
Sidney Johnson has been in Bridgeport
for several days.
Charlie Klsass froze his face quite badly
one day test week.
Snow, snow everywhere, every one en
jojing good health.
Cleman mail failed to como last Satur
day on account of the storm
Every one busy hauling h iv. Cattle in
this neighborhood are doing line.
Mr. Covalt went to Alliance yestorday
to spend a few days with his family.
B. Peer sold his mules one day last week
to some Iowa parties. The consideration
Robert Graham sent his driving team
out to the ranch, thinks it is too stormy
to drive. Pretty good idea, Bob.
W. C, Thompson is just about done
feeding at the F- Vaughn place, then he
will move his cattle to the A, Feagin place
where he has some hay.
The post office was moved from Mr.
Cleman'sjesterday. Johnny says he has
licked the stamps and read the postal
cards for' the public for eight years and
now thinks it is some one else's turn. We
are sorry to see Mr. and Mrs. Cleman go
out for they have served the public faith
fully. They have tried to get rid of it sev
eral times but the public knew when they
had a good post office and would not let
them go. Mr. Rice, their successor, is a
genial fellow and we are sure the public
will not be without a good post master.
' Phone Alliance ,
ISo. 5. Nebraska.
Do you like
Oriental Pan Cake Flour
will suit you
Oriental Coffee & Tea Co.
JOHN A. HUNZ1CKER, Agt.
Call at Davidson's Feed store. Orders
Phone 448 Alliance, Nebraska
For Fine Boot and Shoe
I. DL NICHOLS
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 you buy and you will
At R. Madsen's old stand, first
door south of Cigar Factory.
In Alliance 10-30 of every month. S
dflice over The Famous . . .
F. M. WALLACE
Moving Household Furniture
and Trunks a specialty . .
Phone No, 1 Young's grocery, Alliance
For a Full
1 Superior Flours,
That Can't be Beat
JoXTS fat 3avr
A. D. RODGERS.
:: Undertaking- and . .
:: Embalming- Company
Calls snswered promptly day or night.
Residence phone 269.
W. M. WILSON
New and Second-Hand
Bicycle and light re
pairing. We buy
and sell second-hand
good. Phone 502.
602 Box Butte Ave.
Flour i Feed.
Is Our Leader. Try It
WKST SIDE MAIN
JAMES KEELEK, . Proprietor.
Dray and Transfer Line.
The only spring
WPi 1 1HBHI
Of Omaha the eye sight specialist will be
at the Charters Hotel for one day only.
Don't fail to have your eyes examined
and fitted if necessary. Date, Feb. 23, 05.
The Winter Season
So are We
With Special Prices
on provisions of all
kinds. Call in and
see us before buying.
'Phone No. 4.
HEN YOU GO TO LEAVE TOWN, don't worr
about what to do with vour Household Goods.
, S. A. Miller will take charge of thorn; store thera
in a nice, dry and cool place and pack and ship
lti.ni itinapaiiA. ff.ct.ufl ... . .
dray line in the city.
............. uvauu. .h,iiKu:' "nasonanie
S. A. Miller.
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