Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1905)
i- T t!S'' lrtUSIttfiPr
... KPk Jffel
IKolth L. PIcYcc Is fully nuthorlrcd to
licit tutncrlpttons and Joli work and collect
Md receipt for name, unci tninoict nil other
kulncv fa connection -with lit ixnltlun M nil
ftOcreUltoO renwnUitlvt of till a pnper.
Mrs. Enyeart went cast Thursday night.
T. Kubottom, of Point of Rocks, was in
Fence post; at cosf, to otoie otit. At
H. It. Green's. ifr4
Mrs. Carvey camo dp from Canton the
first of the week. '
Mrs. Hroshar will spend a few weeks
with Mrs Sherwood, i
Vlldy'A ladies spring stills, skirts and
bonnets are now nrrivlng. 15-1.
One two disc plow used one year.
Lacrosse make. O. F. Fosket. 15-2.
5 per cent paid on interest certificates.
First State Dank, Hemingford, Nebr.
Frank Llska. from Hay Springs, has
been visiting his father, John Llska, for a
RRev. Kntbree will deliver a series of
Bible lectures beginning a week from Sun
day in the evenings,
The best lino of implements known to
the farmer, tho Celebrated Deere goods,
for sale by Antou Uhrlg. 15-3,
1 have a few implements carried over
from lat year, which I will sell at greatly
reduced prices. Anton Uhrig. 153.
Karl Forrslrom's baby fell from a win
dow Tuesday and injuied its head so that
jt lay unconscious for sotno tlnio.
Tho Utile daughter of True Miller had
her hand badly injured Monday by getting
it into ibo cogs of a washing machine.
Lawrence Ford returned from a very
pleasant and profitable term of school at
tho Fremont Normal tho first of he week.
It you want n cultivator or corn planter,
such as give the best results known to any
practical farmer, coll on Anton Uhrig. 15-3.
Mrs. Rustin came up from Alllanco
Tuesday and wont out to the McCandless
ranch to spend a few days with her grand
On April 5th the local creamery station
will receive milk twice a week thereafter,
Wednesday and Saturday, until weather
Harry II. Pierce ha3 two second hand
cream separators almost ns good as now
for sale. See him at otlco if you want a
fine article cheap.
Insure your stock now against fire and
lightning. $t 80 per $100.00 for five
years. Covers increase aud nil, actual
value, K. L. Pierce, agent.
Mrs. Norbert Frohnapfel went to Alli
ance the firs( of the week to have some
dental work done and to spend a few days
visiting her friends thcrs,
C. A. Powar bought a now windmill In
Alliance and took it out homo Saturday to
put up in the place of his old one, which
blew down in tho high wind of last week
Mrs. Holdredge, the milliner of Alliance,
will have a stock of millinery nt Phronap
fel's store in time for Easter. Watch this
column for further announcement. 15-2.
The social nt C. A. Rowlands mentiojed
last week Is on the iirsUilay of April in
place of the third as stated. 'The error
came in receiving the message over the
Xoticc Anyone having claim of indebt
edness agalust Fred Uhrig, deceased, will
please present same to Anton Uhrig at
once. All claims must be in by May 1st
neit, Anton Uhrlg. 15-3.
The safest, best, cheapest way to Mend
money away is by bank draft (money
order) New York drafts always wanted by
all mail order houses, first State Hank,
Droits under $5. 3 ceuis; under $15, 5
cents; $15, to $100. to cents. Cheapest,
saieit, best ay to remit money. Get n
bank money order. First State Bank,
Mr John Wlldy and family are here the
guests of C. J- Wildy. This is especially
pleasing to their daughter, Miss Lena
Wildy, who is making her home here for
the present on account of her health,
F. II. Johnston, from Columbus Junc
tion, Iowa, is heio with a choice lot of
bulls and stallions. He was here last fall
and bought up several loads of feeders.
He has local advertisement in this column.
Simon Iverson is laid up with a broken
arm. He was in a stall with rfn unbroken
horse and the horse in his awkwardness
turned around and caught his arm between
itself aud the partition and snapped it off,
Mrs. Grant returned to Whitcwood
Thursday, after spending several days on
her farm southwest of town. Hur daugh
ter. Miss Susie Grunt, will remain here for
bomutinia as the guest of Mrs. K. L
11. R. Groen and Rev, Burleigh installed
a nuinbor of 'phone for the members of
tho Heminglord telephone, who have
recently biujt a new line in from the south
west. Tlnsre are about 02 'phones in con
The pupil of -the Hemingford ichools
gave an entertaining program at the
school house last Friday night. It con
sisted of phi) s, music, recitations und-so-forth
and was a credit to both the teachers
and the pupils.
We have a carload of fine short horn
bulls for sale at Hemingford, from one to
three years old. Also one good imported
Percheron stallion registered; and one
good Shire stallion, registered. Terms to
suit purchaser, Johnston Bros. 16-3
The many friends and neighbors of Mrs.
Ford surprised her last Friday at .the
school house where she was just closing a
term of school, by all bringing their din
ners and spending the day with her, Mr.
Posvar brought his band along and enter
tained the company with some fine music.
There were'thirty-five persons present and
all spent a pleasant afternoon.
We hate for sale on terms to suit-purchaser
the following second hand imple
ments; One three-disc gang plow.
One combined lister and drill.
One two-row listed corn cultivator.
One broad cast seeder.
One Barlow corn planter with sod at
tachments. One Carsady sulky plow.
One disc barrow.
Also one three disc rotary Dutchman
gang and one two-disc rotary dutebman.
Clark Olds & Co.
J3-tf Hemingford, Nebr.
, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Niece took 41 San
day for Harrison
Carpenter Iiravae has gone to tho
ranch for a few days.
Ulmcr Squibb is moving to his home
stead in Box liutte county.
Mrs. Mary Hushes and son, John, are
in Denver visiting relatives."
C. A. McGogy. E. T. Gregg and J. C.
Wood each loaded a c-ir of hay on Satur
day. Ben Miller is furnishing posts to C. H.
Richey wlli which he. will fence his livery
A great many said amen, when the dis
patch came that Buffalo Bill was beaten in
his divorce suit.
Bycrs & Zintmcrman caused a rattling
of dry bones last week, and the bone pile
js smaller by one car load.
Mrs. Gallbralth, of South.Dakota, spent
a few days visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs
Lemon, at the Hughes ranch.
Dr. Bcllwood, of Alliance, and brother,
were in this place recently to purchase
young horses for their ranch,
James Tollman, who has received the
appointment of deputy assessor in this
precinct, will begin work soon,
II. G. Turman vaccinated six hundred
calves last Friday and Saturday. So far
ho has lost but one from black leg.
Luther Clark and George Squibb havo
moved their well drill up to the Whistle
Creek country and are at present drilliug
at tho Nicholson ranch.
Miss Ada Ream is training a choir of
boys to sing at tho social on 1 riday night.
Miss Ream and Miss Beatty will also furn
ish a rare treat in music.
The Misrcs Pierce, of Belmont, caaio
dowp on Saturday and were accompanied
home by Miss Ream, who remained till
Sunday coming down on 4O,
Charley Bacon, a former Marstander
who entered tho water service of the
U.'& M., has been promoted to water
inspector on tho Deadwood division.
Miss Beatty, who has been teaching a
six months' term of school iu district 72,
will finish the term on Thursday aud
return to her home at University Place.
Tho two daughters of Rev. Burleigh
accompanied him to his appointment at
this place on Sunday evening. The young
ladles sang a very pleasing duct at the
Charley HUusaker left on Tuesday of
last week for Lakeside The pump work
which he had been doing having been
added to the agent's work, Charley found
himself without a job
Wm. Thomas has moved his fence to
the new line of survey, and H. G. Furman
will begin moving his soon. According to
the new survey all parties will move to the
north, soma more, some less.
Wo were informed too late for publica
tion last week that there will be u box
social at the Commercial Hotel on Friday
night March 31st. Ice cream and cake
will also be served, under the auspices and
for tho Presbyterian church.
A line rain began falling on Monday
afternoon, which soon developed into a
young 'blizzard. Snow continued to fall
till Tuesday morning, which disappeared
almost as fast as it tell. The grouud is
well soaked as a conscqueucc.
Mr. Huwins, of Chadron, was fn this
place a couple of days last week looking
after some cattle which aro supposed to
have been stolen from him. lie identi
fied the stock but the parly who brought
them here is nut in tho country at present.
Peter Allison, of the O. U. ranch, has
made what promises to be a good find on
his place. During the past feu months ho
has been pumping from one of the wells
on his place quantities of sand in which
there was the appearance of gold. Experts
in the vicinity said it was gold and advised
Mr. Allison to make a more thorough
investigation of the matter. He sent a
small quantity of tho sand to Denver,
where it was assayed aud proved to be
gold indeed, and also a copper mixtue. Mr.
Allison purchased a drill and is at work at
otlier places on his ranch. Who knows
but that we, have a gold mine right in our
Lakeside is to indulge in a medley fan
Tho photographer who visited our town
Monday met with a etormy reception.
What is the matter with our hunters?
Visiting sportsmen are carrying off all the
Tho pupils of tho Lakeside school, with
the schoolmaster, had their pictures taken
Wosley Dennis made another trip to the
Antelopo valley neighborhood last week,
returning last evening.
Mrs. C. II. Tully and Mrs. L. II. Car
steriMjn were passengors on 41 for Alliance
today ou a business trip.
Mrs. J, B. Broun returnid from Alliance
on 42 last Saturday morning having had a
very pleusant visit aud bus n-jss trip.
A daughter of Rev. Bur u h, of Hem
ingford, is expected on Friday's passenger
to visit in the home of John uunsford.
Mrs. Estes has gone out to her brothers,
Theo Thompson's, where she will be
engaged in sewing the rest of the week.
John Luosford is working on and bring
ing into life a new invention, Which when
perfected promises. to dispense with much
extra help, and to be a boon to ranchmen
in this land of a scarcity of men, during
the haying season.
L. A. Lyons will return to his old
haunts in Sioux City, Iowa, on 42 Friday
morning. He is a broom sewer and an
opening has been proffered him with Sioux
City Broom Works and he has concluded
to accept it. The best wishes of his
friends will go with him.
Train No. 41 ran into and killed a cow
east of the station last Friday p. in., drag
iug the carcas upward of 400 feet and run
ning over it. So mangled was the animal
that at last reports it had not been decided
as to the ownership. The brand was
almost wholly destroyed.
J. A. Crowther will move back to his
ranch near Lakeside Friday of this week,
nothing preventing. It is not known at
this writing who will succeed him in the
hotel at Ellsworth. Miss Lottie, who is
teaching the Ellsworth school, will remain
at that place till her term closes, which
These Shoes are made to do business and will stand any amount of thumping
and kicking. WISH YOU'D LET YOUR BOY TRY A PAIR.
THE ALLIANCE CASH SHOE STORE
MlMlllilMlMIIHItilH IMI 1 Mil H
APRIL 3d to 8th.
COPYRIGHT 1905 BY CRQUSE& BRANDEGEE.UTICA.NEWYORK,
YOU WANT A SU8T LBKE THIS?
OUR SPRING SUITS ARE HERE
Just came, new neat, well-tailored suits. Just
the kind vour tailor would make, onlv WE sell
them for' about HALF THE MONEY.
GOOD, NEAT, STYLISH SUITS
qs cheap as you have been buying- cheap cloth
ing. Come in and see before you buy.
VV. W. NORTON, the Clothier
will be about May 1st. And then wo
think o! the use made of the handcar, and
how handy it is.
. S. Adanis some days since disposed of
a valuable pair of in ires with a trotting
pedigree for the sum of $450.00. Mr.
Adams brought the mares in from the
pasture yesterdav and today anticipates
getting btarted witn them to Denver, Colo,
where he is to deliver them.
Rev, Lyons spent the day last Friday at
J. II. Lunsford s having repairs made on
his buggy, which had become sadly in
need of smith work. Mr. Lyons also
started Saturday noon on his regular visit
to Luella, returning Sunday evening He
reports lagrippe as still afflicting the fami
lies of C. C. Joy, Whit Green and W. C.
Miss Ilattie Ash, who is attending
school at Alliance, came down on 42 Sat
urday morning to visit at home over Sun
day, returning to Alliance Monday noon,
She was accompanied by an old Iowa
friend. Miss Anna Vorphal. MissVorphal
started on her journey to her Ion a home.
A number of the friends of Miss Ilattie
went over to the Ash home Saturday and
helped make the visit of the young ladies
joyous and pleasant.
Form For Sale.
The northwest quarter of section 19
township 27 range 49, joining corporate
limits of Hemingford, Nebr. Seventy
acres under cultivation, 10 acres ash tim
ber, best well in county. Irrigation
reservoir stocked with fish. Good invest
ment throughout. Will be sold cheap for
cash. li. E, Olds,
13-tf Hemingford, Nebr.
HOUSE AND SIGN
ht See us before you contract
lot spring iiuubcticumnti.
J. L. E. COOK JL
l Puintcr for tho People r
V ALLIANCE - - - NEltAUSKA r
LOT 1 f LOT 2
Men's Fancy, worth 25c 1 Women's Imported 1
IfSW Maco, worth 35c, 1
15c J J ' 25c I
LOT3 I LOT 4 I
Women's Special, Men's Fine Black, I
20c, for MBBBI worth 15c 1
15c I 9c I
These are Our "BIG 4" Leaders.
We will offer other bargains in Fancy
Lace or regular goods, white or black
Have you seen our
pring Goods P
We are showing the LATEST NEW YORK
NOVELTIES in Silk or Cotton doods.
Finest Line of Ribbons ever
brought to Alliance.
le Horace Homo
For Fine Boot and Shoe
1. D. 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.
- - v-vAsvt,A
is cheaper than new, and often
just what yon want. Or, we S
trade new for second hand goods
any time, and pay highest clsh
P"ce tor second hand goods.
See W. M. WILSON,
THE SECOND HAND .MAN.
Powered by Open ONI