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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1905)
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i LOCAL PAIfXGRAPIIS. i
Tho Misses Fickell visited at tho
Hampton ranoh Inst Sunday.
Dr. Eikner and wife of Hcmingford
were visitors in tho city Tuesday.
F. E. Reddish is feeling himself
again after several days' indisposition.
E. J. Harry attended tno Eagles con
vention at Denver, returning Sunday.
Mrs. Al Wiker" was quite seriously
injured Tucsdav by falling down stairs.
Miss Delia Reed returned Sunday
from her visit with relatives at I'crry,
Mrs. F. M. Broome returned Tues
day from her visit at Denver and
Mrs, Win. James and daughters vis
ited tho family of "It. R. Ralls at Bon
Register Bruce Wilcox and wife re
turned Sunday from a visit with rela
tives nt Rcdingtou.
W. C. Phillips, tho efficient corres
pondent of The Herald at Canton was
in town Tuesday.
Jnmes Hollinrako was down from
Hcmiugfoid Tuesday transacting busi
ness at tho court house.
Mrs. J. E. Sullivan and children, of
Iowa, a,ie visiting her brother Conductor
FV O'Connor and family.
D. W. Hughes was called cast Sat
urday by a telegram announcing the
ssrious illness of his wife.
Miss Susie Frazier has returned from
Sidney where, sho was engaged in in
stitute work a couple of weeks.
John D. Cannichaol of Casper stop
ped in Alliance on his way to Denver
to attend the Eagles convention.
Miss Gertrude Hand of Hav Springs
arrived 111 the city Tuesday for a few
days visit with her brother, Dr. Hand.
Miss Viua Perry was n passenger
yesterday for Shcridan.whcro she will
visit relatives and friends till school be
Kins. Kail Spatz, foreman of the round
house, was passing cigars tho first of
the week' on tho arrival of a son, born
Eugiucer Hagcr has gone to the
Black Hills to secure relief from hay
fever. His family will go there soon
to spend a week.
Miss McCullough returned today
from her purchasing trip to Chicago
for W. D. Rumor. She also visited at
her former homo in Iowa. ,
'Mrs. Dr. Bowman departed Sunday
for Dcadwood to spend a few days
visiting tho family of Conductor E. W.
Stewart and other friends.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Fernald arc
spending a few days at Torrington
where they went to visit and make the
acquaintance of a grandson.
C. O. Aspinwall and family left Sun
day for Portland, where they will take
in the sights at the exposition. They
weie accompanied by Miss Baker.
Rev. P. J. Lynch of Newcastle came
in from Denver Tuesday where he had
been to have an operation performed
on his nose for a catarrhal trouble.
Miss Bertha Kern arrived from Den.
ver Saturday and after a few days visit
with the family of Ira Reed will return
t her home at Burlington, Wash.
Tho genial Tom Poole, who so graci
ously attends to the wauts of the stock
men at the Burliugton yards, is the
happy father of a young republican.
Mis. M. L. Phares, sister of Mrs.
Watson, who has been visiting in this
city for several weeks, returned to her
homejn Grand Ledge, Mich,, Monday
Mr. and Mis. F. F. Badgley and
daughter, Mrs. E. M. Todd, returned
Sunday front a three week trip to the
Portland exposition and Pacific 'coast
k. m. Hampton purcuaseu 150c
bushels of oats of C, J. Benjamin yes
erday. Mr. Benjamin, whose farm is
seven miles north of Alliance, raised
about 4,000 bushels this Benson off an
80 aero field.
Misses Josie and Marcla Kendric re
turned to their homo near Marsland
Sunday. Miss Marcla will teaoh in
tho Crawford schools the ensuing term.
Flavcl L. Wright, a prominent voung
business man of Scottsbluff, is spend
ing a couploof days in tho cityand will
seek tho mysteries of Elkdom tomor
Father Devos has made arrange
ments to hold services at Lakeside next
October, somelimo between tho 1st and
10th of the month, thereafter he will
hold monthly services.
Mrs. J. R. Sexton of Cleburne, Tex
as, arrived in the city Monday from
Denver and will visit friends here till
noxt week when she will go to Missouri
Valley, Iowa, for a visit.
Sheriff Ira Roed returned Monday
from Lenark, 111., where he shipped a
car of horses. Not finding a ready sale
there, only two were sold and the rest
will bo shipped to Pennsylvania.
Chas. C Jamicson was up from Ells
worth yesterday afternoon. Mr. Jamie
son says that the work of haying is pro
greasing nicely 011 the Spade ranch
since the weather has become favorable
W. H. Ashworth, representing the
G. W. Chase & Son Mercantile Co.,
St. Joseph, was in the city Tuesday.
Mr. Ashworth sells tho ceiebrated
Spencer Junior cigar advertised in this
Tho Alliance council Knights of Col
umbus have received their new robes
and pharaphernalia and also charter,
all of which arc elaborate, making this
one of the best equipped councils in the
Win. Sherlock, residing six miles
west of Alliance,.is not only blessed
with fine crops this season, but to make
Mini uouoly nappy, lus gooa witc pre
sented him with a fine baby boy Tues
day of last week.
Brakenian Hugh McGuitc has so far
recovered from tho injuries received re
cently at Crawford as to he able to
make n tup to Hot Springs, S. D.,
where ho will rest and recuperate. He
loft Monday on 41.
Father DelFosso and fiiend William
Henderson of Central City were the
guests of Father Devos a couple of
days this week, leaving yesterday for
Hot Springs to spend a day before re
turning to their home. '
A number of J. G. Beck's Odd Fel
low and Woodmen friends surprised
him last Saturday evening, to remind
him 01 tho passing of another milestone
in his life. Refreshments were served
and a general good time was had by all
Kennit Roosevelt, second son of the
president, passed through Alliance
Monday on No. 41 enroute to Dead
wood where ho will spend a week hunt
ing with Captain Seth Bullock, who is
chief of tho forest reserve and a close
f 1 iend of the president.
Harvey Allison and Mrs. W. D.
Johnson returned Tuesday from Mis
souri, having gdtio there last week to
attend the funeral of their father, Mr.
Allison. Colonel Allison has visited
here and mado many friends who re
gret to hear of his demise.
J. J. Jewett, principal of the Casper
(Wyo.) schools, arriyed in the city from
Denver Tuesday and visited until to
day with Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Heming
way who were his classmates at Ober
lin college. Mr. Jewett was on his re
turn from a trip to the Pacific coast.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hunter came
down from their ranch in Dawes coun
ty last night and met Mrs. Harris who
made final proof on her homestead to
day. Mrs. Harris will remain in the
city to care for her sou Tom who was
injured in the wreck at Adelia last
Timet Bros., commission merchants,
South Omaha, write under date of
Aug. 23: We had the creditable dis
tinction today of topping the market
on feeding cattle for P. J. Sturgeon of
Alliance, 36 head averaging 1219 lbs.,
and sold for $4.05, tho highest price
paid for feeders on this market this
T. J. Doyle, a prominent attorney of
Lincoln, and T. P. Lanigan a well
known business man of Greeley Center,
passed through today enroute to Ta-
coma, where they are interested in a
copper mine. Mr. Lanigan came to
Alliance on the first train, seventeen
years ago, and was interested in the
Box Butte Banking Co's bank here for
Dr. C. E. Peirce arrived from Den
ver Sunday, where he was in atten
dant at th osteopathic convention,
and will assist Dr. Balf during the ab
sence of Dr. Frey. Dr. Peirce, who
was a former resident of this city, is a
graduate of the Still college of osteo
pathy, Des Moines, and Is now in prac-
Ship Your Live Stock to
Live stock Commission Merchants
ICSXARI-.I.Sr-IIGl) IN lBKiT
SOUTH OMAHA. NEBR.
SIOUX CITV, IOWA.
Union Stock Yards Nnt. So. Omaha
Nat. Live Stock Bank, Chicago.
Live Stock Nat., Sioux City, Iowa.
Stock Yards Nat., So. St. Paul.
St. Paul Nat. Bank, St. Paul.
Write for our Market Letter and
Nye & Buchanan Co.
Live Stock Commission
Wvito XJh for 3Ii-lcei X.ioitH or n Tnpei
Expert Salesmen in All Departments.
On Saturday, Sept. 2, Saturday, Sept. 9, and
Saturday Sept. 16,
jrr . oexz
(B. & M. Railway)
The Standard Cuttle Company will sell by public auction to the highest bidder,
for cash, the following cattle: 650 yearlings, (steers and heifers); 500 to 600
cows and calves, (calves unbranded); 250 two-year-old heifers, and a laige
number of three-year-old steers; thtce-year-old spayed heifers; two-year-old
steers; two-year-old spayed heifers; numbering in all 7300 head.
These cattle are all dehorned and have been bred by the company on their
Sand Hill Ranch, from pure bred Shorthorn and Hereford bulls, andurc of fine
At the same place and dates this company shall also offer a number of their
saddle horses, wind mills, drinking tanks and standing fences on their property.
The train from the cast over the Builington,, leaving Omaha at 11:10 p. 111.,
arrives at Hccla at 11:30 the next day, and these sales will commence immedi
ately after the arrival of this train. Arrangements will bo mado for the ac
commodation of buyers after each sale and partio are mim-stcd to have bank
ceferences for purchases made.
W. E. HITE and G. E. FREEWELL, Auctioneers. 344
tice with Dr. Petersou, another former
Allianccitc, at Calgary, Alberta, Cana
da. Both are young men of integrity
and their numerous friends here aie
pleased to note their success.
The sociable given by the ladies of
Holy Rosary church last Thursday
evening was largely attended and en
joyed. The refreshments were de-
liciously prepared and neatly served.
While tho weather was rather cool for
ice cream, the hot coffee and fine
sandwiches prepared the way for the
frigid dishes. The string and phono
graph music added to the pleasure of
A picnic was tendered the Sunday
scholars of Holy Rosary church last
Saturday, on tho beautiful grounds sur
rounding the parsonage. The after
noon was given to playing games and
indulging in contests such as races,
jumping, and tho like. In the evening
the little ones together with their
teachers enjoyed a sumptuous supper.
Judge Ridgell and wife returned Sun
day from Denver where he attended
the Eagles convention while Mrs.
Ridgell visited friends. Tho judge
says there were 25,000 Eagles in atten
dance besides fully 50,000 visitors in
the city, and Denver people did them
selves proud in entertaining. One of
the unique features during the parade
was snowballing, the snow having been
hauled down from the mountains.
In the wise management of its assets
rests the strongth and prosperity of
every bank. Each officer of The First
National bank of this city has had from
five to twenty years .experience in Ne
braska banking. Save part of your
earnings ana deposit it in tins well
managed bank. 32U
Dishes 25 per cent dis
count for cash. A rare
bargain. At Rodgers.
Dr. Allen, dentist. Opera house blk.
Go to the Alliance National Bank to
deposit your money. Oct. 7-tf.
Dr. Koons, dentist. Office over Norton's,
For Sale: House and two lots, two
blocks cast of First Natioual bank.
Enquire at the house or saloon W.
N. Corneal. G-tf
Dr. Allen, dentist. Opera house blk.
"Dr. Allen, dentist. Opera house blk.
"America patent" flour is the best in
town at Pilkington's. 25th
Our ice cream, crushed fruits, etc.
at the fountain are delicious. J. E.
Joder. .w,,. 3
We carry the best grade of machine
oil at the Eagle Pharmacy. J. E.
Joder. .www, 3
Wanted A cook. Apply at The
SO. ST. PAUL, MINN.
Men Who Handle Your Stock.
E. P. Mclady, Mgr., Hog Salesman.
Byron Clow, Cattle Salesman,
A. E. Compton, Cattle Salesman.
Ellis .T. Wright. Assistant.
Walter Lake, Sheep Salesman.
Daily Paper free of charge'
j Juni hi n
Save While You
Shoe the entire family.
blioe sale at rrcu s. 30
Three residence properties. Only
small cash payment required.
G. W. Clark.
Order Light Brahma roosters now
for fall shipment of G. Bralim, Aurora,
Come early on Friday to get your
choice of white shirt waists, worth up
to $4.50 for Si. 46 at Norton's.
On Saturday, you can get 50c. wash
silks for 2gc. per yard, for one day
only, at W. W. Norton's.
Stolen In Alliance, Monday night,
August 14, two gray horses, five years
old, branded 31 on left shoulders.
Twenty dollars reward. Notify Sheriff
Box Butte county.
Lost A red cow and calf both
branded F bar on left side. Also dog
head and W brand on cow. Finder
please notify John Burns of Malinda or
Will Reed of Alliance and receive the
reward. w 35-3
Notice to Settle.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to the Palace Meat market are
requested to call and settle at once.
H. L. Bushnel.
Stock Dipping Certificates The
form of blanks proscribed by Govern
ment Stock Inspector Dr. L. S. Camp
bell especially for The Herald are
kent in stock at this office. tf
patent" flour at Pil-
for your future needs. 10 days bar
gain sale at Frdd's.
Can supply the services of a thorough
and experienced man for general house
cleaning. Phone 139. Geo. Darling.
Take your prescriptions to the Eagle
Pharmacy, where a registered man will
give them prompt and careful atten
See F. E. Reddish for loans on real
estate. . 7-tf
$1.00 Value for 75c.
at Fred's io'day bargain sale.
Yellow pitch pine posts delivered at
Alliance at 12 cents each, in car lots,
while they last. A. E. Byers,
' Marsland, Neb.
We desire to secure the services of a
real live, energetic and competent sales
man in every county in this state, to
represent us among farmers and stock
raisers. Guaranteed salary and com
Suparier American Stock Food Co.,
Attention, Ranchmen I
Yellow pitch pine posts delivered at
Alliancsat'12 cents each, in car lots,
while they last. A. E. Byers,
SrECiAL Salesmen in
R. It. ROGERS. J. n. ULAMCHARD.
WE AGAIN CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE
OMAHA LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO.
Wo handle all kinds of stock. Write for our Market Letter
and call when you are at the yards.
AtiyiMikor&ant:iieAg0ncr.f Omaha Live Stock Commission Co.
J. 11. IlLANdllAKI). Pros, anil MnttaRer.
James C. DahlSTan, Pros, and Mgr.
: J. W. Gridulb,
James C. Daiilman.
J. M. Humphrey.
Boy Feeders on Orders,
South Omaha, Nebraska.
REFERENCES R. G. Dun & Co., Bradslreet, or Any Bank.
Special Attention Given to Feeder and Stocker Trade.
Spargur, Lindburg dc Co.
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FOR THE SALE OF CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP.
Rooms no-1 12 Exchange Building, Telephone 34
W. Si'argur, Cattle Salesman,
George M. Wood, Sheep Salesman.
ROSENBAUn BROS. & Co.
South Omaha, Nebr.
UNION STOCK YARDS
Chicago, Illinois. Sioux City, Iowa.
W. H. Dudley,
T. D. Perrine,
W. F. King,
Mien EHible & Go.
ROOM 237 NEW EXCHANGE BLD'G
SOUTH OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
Telephone 132 So. Omaha. Telephone 302 Co. Bluffs.
: ESTABLISHED IN 1 867 :
Live Stock Commission Merchants
Also Chicago, 111.
Sioux City, Iowa
We will be more than pleased to send free masket reports
to all desiring them.
Live Stock CoiimissioD Co.
H. E. Tagg,
A. W. Tagg,
G. M. Hamill,
107-109 Exchange B!dg.
South Omaha, Neb.
234-236 Exchange Bldg.
South St. Joe, Mo.
W. B. Tagg,
N. K. 11RYSON A. E. ROGERS
Ed. Caiiow, Vice-Pres.
bec'y and Treas.
Ass. Cattle Salesman
Both Cattle and Sheep
R. D. RoniNSON, Hog Salesman.
O. F. Linduurg, Office "
Ross, Jr., Sheep Salesman.
We have a special salesman in
departwent who is ably assisted by
corps of yardmen.
AT CHICAGO, ILL.
South St. Joe,
H. B. Hamill,
M. D. YouNe,
If. C. Sager,
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