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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1905)
BOYD &. BARKER,
A.ttomi)yN tit Law ..
Collections given Prompt Attention.
sunn v. TCTTLE.
IIIA B. TA II.
TUTTLE & TASH,
North Alain St., - ALLIANCE. NKB
J. E. MOORE, M. D.
Calls answered from odlco day or night.
Telephone No. 63.
H. H. BELLWOOD
PHYSICIAN and SURQEON.
tlolstcn Ilulldtne, - ALLIANCE, NKI1
L. W. BOWMAN,
Offlco In Elrst Nntlonal Iiank block. Alii
an co Nebraska.
DR. G. W. MITCHELL,
Physician ano Surgeon Day and nlghtcalls.
Offlcoovcr Hoguo Store. Phono 150.
DR. GEO. HAND,
II O M E O I A T It I C
P II Y S I CI V N AND SUItGKON
Formerly Interne Homeopathic Hos
pital Unherslty of Iowa.
Phono 251. Ollico over Alliance Shoo Store.
Night can't answered from ollico.
tits box rnrrri: avenue.
Calls answered In town or country.
Guy Lockwood . .
GRADUATE CIIICAGO SCHOOL OP
Funeral Director and Embalmer
Phones Office 214. Res 205
Attendnnt.. Alliance, Neb,
Plumbing, Steam and hot water
Phone, No. 356. ALLIANCE, NEB.-
SEE ME NOW AT MY
First Floor Elks Hall
Billiard aoii Pool Hall
FINEST IN THE WEST
W. A. Hanchester
Successor to M &. At Billiard Hall
HAY and G-RAIN
WUOLK8AI.K AND IIRTAIL
Seed Wheat, Spring Rye
Phono No. 71. Residence, No. 93.
Tin shop In connection.
Opera House Block
Phone 9S ALLIANCE
Sam Smyscr Jr., vill Enter Stanford.
Sam Smyser took his departure last
Saturday morning for Palo Alto, Cali.,
where he will attend Stanford Uni
versity. This institution of learning,
which was founded by United States
Senator Lcland Stanford atidmniutnined
with his millions, is one of the finest in
the country and the Stanford grounds
com pi if. e one of the most beautiful
places in California. Young Smyscr
was a member of the graduating class
of the Alliance high school last spting
and Tnu Hukald is pleased to see Al
liance represented at this famous uni
versity by as Upright and brainy stud
ent as Sam. The evening before his
depatture about twenty young friends
gathered at his home to spend the
evening and say good bye. He was
accompanied to Denver by his father,
who returned Monday.
Putman Sells Cattle to Kings.
On Monday, Frank Putman sold to
Valentino King and Sons 450 head of
cows at $22 00 per head with 175 head
of calves thrown in. The deal was
negotiated by E. A. Hall. ,
A WoVd With Congressman Mondcll.
Congressman Mondell of Wyoming
passed through the city last Sunday on
his way homo to Newcastle from Den
ver, where ho spent Saturday on busi
ness. The genial congressman is quite
a discusser of arid farming and has
greath faith in the dry tilling scheme.
He is a member of the board of irriga
tion, but has more faith in alternate
bi-annual farming, which he says, will
eventually bring every acre of table
land under cultivation. Mr. Mondell
gave The Herald reporter a warm
welcome to attend the "pumkin show,"
as he terms it, which is to be held at
Newcastle this fall, and which his
honor predicts, will be the greatest yet
held, as crops in that vicinity are mag
nificent this season. Congressman
Mondell would be the fit successor to
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson should
the rumor that ho was to resign, be
carried into effect.
The Colored Boys Defeated.
The gaino of base ball' on the Alli
ance diamond last Sunday afternoon,
between the colored team from Ft.
Robinson and the Fire Department
boyo was decidedly inleiesting and ie
suited in a victory for Alliance by a
score of 6 to 2. The visiting team put
up a good game, but costly errors in
the first, sixth and eighth innings lost
the game for them, in which the fire
boys made ,the six scores. In tiic
eighth inning Green of the soldici team
lifted a home run in right, which' was
followed with another score. The bat
tery work of both teams was good and
Umpire Ryan gave the boys a square
deal in his decisions.
A Mother's Thrilling Experience.
A woman, with a baby, aboard the
Denver train, last Saturday morning,
had quite an exciting experience. The
mother left the car to mail a letter on
east bound train No. 42, which was
several hours late, and while she was
at the mail car the Denver train started
out, carrying away her infant. The
woman became greatly excited, as a
matter of course, and ran after the
train, shouting at the top of her voice
for some one to stop it. A number of
section hands saw the performance and
flagged the train, when she leaped
aboard as alert as a girl of 16, and was
overjoyed as she grabbed the little tot
in her arms and hugged it almost to
Modern Woodmen Flourishing.
A class of twenty-five new members
'were initiated into the mysteries of
woodcraft last Friday evening in this
city. The M. W. A., which probably
has the largest membership of any
fraternal insurance order, continues to
thrive in all parts of the country. After
there ceremonies refreshments were
Do You Want Garden Seeds ?
We have received a letter from Con
gressman Kinkaid requesting us to pub
lish that he wishes all residents
of the Sixth congressional dis
trict, who desire garden seeds to be
rsent to them for next year, to notify
him by postal card, soon. Address,
Gentry's Street Parade.
The street parade given this season
by Gentry Brothers' famous trained
animat'exhibition is in keeping with the
performance which takes place under
the white tops. By the parade the
performance can be judged. Between
ti o'clock and noon on the day of exhi
bition the parade will pass through the
principal streets ot tlie city. No trav
eling exhibition of any kind has a finer
collection of animals and no other
trained animal show can boast of so
many beautiful miniature chariots
carriages, wagons and buggies. But
as the parade will tell its own story the
general public is invited to act ab in
spectors and critics and to judge for it
self as to its magnificence and beauty.
Eleven o'clock is the appointed hour
and those who miss it can blame them
selves. Will exhibit at Alliance, Tues
day, Ang. 29 ,
I Keith L. rierre I fully authorlced to so
licit subset IpllotM and Job work and collect
ihd receipt for sumo, ami transact all other
business in connection with his position as an
accredited representative of this p'aper.
T. J O'Keefe was in town Tuesday. -
James Kennedy was in town Wednes
day. ' v
Mrs. Dan O'Keefe went lo Alliance Sat
urday. Mr, and Mrs, Hunter went to Alliance
There was a dance in Green's hall Sat
urday night. v
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Wildy keeps all kinds of building ma
terial and posts.
Regtna Burlew has returned from her
school in the cast.
Dccring headers, binders, mowers, rakes
and twine at Wildy's, t
Seven cars of cattle were shipped to
South Omaha Monday. '
1). li. Johnson has added a phone to the
equipment of his store.
Mrs. Ward hurt her tnn severely by be
ing thrown from a buggy.
B. C, Fenner will leave shortly for an
extended (rip through the east.
Edna Benedict visited with Miss Sadie
Hopkins several days recently.
lean Rustin was tlio guest of the Misses
Hopkins the first of the week.
John Jelinek's boy sustained a broken
arm from a fall from his saddle horse.
We are in the market for good loans all
the time. First State Bank, Hemingford,
Alex Olds went to Chadron to spend a
couple of weeks visiting relatives and
Jacob Shepherd arrived here Saturday
and will visit with his brother Barney a
Longtime farm loans, reasonable interest.
K. L. Pierce, First State Bank, Hem
Mrs. Mabin received word this week of
the death of a nephew, her sister's only
H R, Green went to Hot Springs the
first of the week to try to escape a severe
case of hay fever.
The boys base, ball nine have some very
nice suits and all are learning to play a
good game of ball.
Yellow pitch pino fence posts in our
yards at 10 cents each while they last, A.
E. Dyers, Marslaud, Nob.
A very pleasant party occured at the
home of Henry Shitnek Saturday night. A
number from town attended. x
D. L. Fenner took a load of lumber homo
Wednesday to further improve his dwell
ing by the addition of porches.
A prairie fire, set by taain No. 41 Tues
day, near Pierce's was put out quickly,
thanks to tho use of the telephone.
Will deliver at Hemingford, yellow pitch
pine posts in car lots at ncents each, or in
small quantities at 12 cents while they last.
A. E. Byers, Marsland.
O. C. Green of Broken Bow has been
employed by A. M. Miller to run his mill
and has arrived to fill the position. The
mill has been running this week.
Cnn make a limited number of longtime
real estate loans the last of the month at a
reasonable interest rate. Must bo of fair
size. Apply to K, L. Pierce.
The advertised game of ball between
Hemingford and Marple, Saturday, was
not played on account of the fact that most
of the Marple players did not come.
Frank Wildy and wife arrived from
Illinois Monday. They will remain here
for some time for the benefit of their health
and Mr. Wildy will enter the employ of C.
Norbert Frohnapfel went to Omaha
Tuesday and on his return trip will make
the acquaintence of his wife's folks whom
he has never seen. They reside near
Mrs. Rustin was in Hemingford the fore
part of the week, classifying and arranging
the school exhibit from this part of the
county which will be shown at the state
fair this fall.
H. C. Spillman went to Kansas City
Monday to take a position as salseman for
one of the largest stallion importing firms
in the United States. This speakes well
for Mr. Spillrmn's qualifications in this
Bids for Central Operator.
Bids will be received up to August 25, at
noon, to operate central for one year,
from September 1, 1905 to August 31,
iqoG. The operator is to furnish room,
heat and light. It is conditioned that if
central is moved from present location it
shall be at the expense of the bidder
A. M, Miller,
H. R. Green,
By Chas. II. Burleigh, Secretary.
Mrs. A. E. Byers was a Crawford visit
L. Snow returned to Mystic, S. D., on
Monday to continue work in the gold
C. G, Hollibaugh went to Omaha on 46
Saturday, He accompanied a shipment
Rev, Shriver started on his southern
visit last Tuesday and expects to be absent
about a month,
Word received that a son arrived recent
ly at the L. T, Poole home, Alliance, Tom
no doubt has in mind that large prize al-
Methodist Episcopal Conference.
The thirteenth annual session of the
Northwest Nebraska c inference will bo
held in tho First M. E. church, in Al
liance, Aug. 30th to Sept. 3. Bishop
J. W. Hamilton, D. D., president;
Uc. D. Clark, presiding elder of
Chadron district. Rev, A. R. Julian,
D. I)., presiding elder of Long Pino
district; Rev. Chas Waynr' Rty, D.
Wednesday. A tut. :t0
4:00 p. 111. . .Business svvdon Lpworth Lcaguu
8-OOp.m Lecturo by Bishop Hamilton
Tluirmlay, Aim .11.
P.fle 11 111.. Pauratnont of tho Lord's Huppcr, liy
10 imam . . Conference htislnras session
Is.Wp tn Missionary Mirnmn ltuv C C.
I .... IllluD.lll N.1.1.
3 : p. in. Anniversary I'rcachura'Atd socloty
ltov. 1 II KlKlllllK
7 so p. 111. Anniversary rnnreii UMcnstoii
Adilrvss-Bev Korlien, U.I). Philadelphia
Friday, Bept 1.
rtlWii.m Devotional service
l':00a in... . . . .IlilHlnesH nosslon
10 (M11. m Address to I'liKH-illsliop Hamilton
S.tWp 111., Aimlxersnry rntelicn Missionary
MK'lety. Mrs. K. 15. Bunt. president.
Address by Miss Melva A. Llverniore, nils-
slormry from India.
BOO 11. 111 , Lecture '"I ho Old Book and tho
New Mnir-Hov .1. T Mcl'iirlnnil, I) .
7:30 p. m... Sunday School Union AimBerwiry
Address Bov, .1. T. McKarland
Saturday, tfcpt S.
8:)u, 111 Devotional services
nuoa m .-llusineiis session
2 30p 111., Anniversary Women's Homo Mis
sionary Hocloty. President, Mrs. .1. A.
Address Mrs, M. K, Itotiorts, Lincoln
8:00 p.m. Kihicatloual Annhersary
Address by Iter. (1, W. Ishatii, 1) I),,
University I'lace, Nebraska
Sunday, Bept. 3.
0:30 a, m., Oonfercnro Lovel'east Bov. J. A.
lO'.TOn. m Sermon by Ishop Hamilton
2:00p in ,, Hormon
3:00 p. m .Ordfnntlon Sorvlces
T'OOp. m Kpworth LoaRUo Bervleo
8 00 p n , Missionary Anniversary, Her, I)
.1, (Hark president
Address (1. W. Isliani, I). U
ways offered by the Fourth of July com
mittee for the largest family group. .
Mrs. C. H. Rickey returned from Alli
ance Monday where she had been for
The little daughter of Peter Hunsaker
stepped into a pile of live coals and burned
her foot quite badly.
James Hunters' and J. Sullcnbcrgers
ate ice cream with the family of H. G,
Furman Sunday last.
Misses Marcia and Josie Kcndric came
up from Alliance Sunday, having attended
tho last two weeks of normal.,
C. R. Phelps shipped a car of fine Hol
stein 4-year-old steers to Omaha Monday.
Mr Phelpsaccompanied tho shipment.
A. E. Byers is advertising his entire
slock of goods (except groceries) at cost,
having decided to go out of business. Now
is the time to get good goods cheap.
Mrs. Snow and son Linn came up from
Alliance Sunday. Drs. Bcllwood and
Clough assured them that the fractured
bone in Linn's arm was doing nicely.
Mrs, John Shipley ami sons, Ben and
Ross, were visitors at John Sullenbcrger's
recently, having driven down from the
Sioux county ranch to meet friends on 41.
Quite a number from this place attended
a dance at Henry Shimek's on South Table
Saturday night. All report a good time
and were well entertained by Mr. and Mrs.
Look out for the total eclipse of the sun
August 30, at r38 a. m.
The Christian Endeavor was conducted
Sunday evening by Miss Jessie Clayton.
Mrs. Hattie Jewell of Lawn, was visit
ing with her brother, Con Bass, Sunday.
Miss Orah Clayton was visiting with her
sister Mrs. Will Cory of Alliance, Tuesday
PostmasterC. A. Lockwood visited with
Rev. and Mrs. J offers on their claim, south
of Canton, Saturday. ...
The stacking bee on the ranch of J. W.
Broshar Saturday was well attended, Miss
Pearl being manager.
Doc Randall is building a granary for
his large crop of grain. He will build a
buggy shed in connection.
Mr. Alcot, at his ranch in Sioux county,
while handling a colt, was jerked over and
had his collar bone broken.
Miss Jessie Leavitt and brother Ira,
from Lawn, attended church at Canton
Sunday, and was the guests of the Misses
Mrs. Ida Spencer, who has been visit
ing relatives and friends here for Btveral
weeks, left Saturday morning for her home
at Loveland, Colo.
Miss Gracie Wright of Loveland, Colo.,
who has been visiting her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lockwood, left for her home
G, II. Clayton started for Omaha the
first of the week with two cars of cattle,
but on reaching Alltaace sold t a buyer
there for $41 per head.
The dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Randall Sunday wa immense.
Those present were the three Misses Bro
shar, Miss Jessie Leavitt and brother,
Arthur Bass and ye scribe.
Notice to Creditors.
In county Court, within and for Box Batto
county, Nebraska, Aug, i, 1005, in tho
mutter of tho estate of Henry t'rllly,
deceased. To tho creditors ot said estate:
You are hereby notified, that 1 will bit at
the County Oourt Boom In Alliance In said
county, on ttio'JOth day of February, 1000. at 2
o'clock it m..to rucclveand examine all claims
against said ci.ute.wUh a view to their adjust
ment and allowance. Tho time limited for tho
presentation of claims against wild estate Is 0
monins, irom mo lain uay oi auk., a.i, it.
and tho time limited for payment of debts Is
ons year irom sam ism uuy oi auk,
Witness my hand and tho seat of said
county court, this ISth day of AuRnbt, 1003.
Are You Going to Paint This Fall?
It will bo n good fail to paint. But it will be n good deal
better to paint our houses, barns, vehicles, implements, &c.
HAM PCAC PA I NT MADE F0R A I)RV CLI-
I mL.LCV r'tt.lll 1 MATE AND TESTED,
I'l l.l. HAHAN1LT.il.
For Sale Tost
"Time Waits for No Man"
NOR NO HACHINE.
YyHEN you are haying", you want machin
ery that time don't have to wait for.
ry T7' McCormick Mowers, Binders and Rakos.
f3 II Y International Stackers and Sweeps. Dain Stackers and
" Sweeps. Superior Stackers and Sweeps.
All most approved haying machinery, at
-j THE FINEST
CASH Fresh and Salt
MEAT MARKET VcaI, ,,
Pork Sausagei, Etc.
C. F. KK0I.L, Propr. CHEAP FOR CASH
I GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER
First Door South of Stccn Cafe
f The Palace
-jAYING purchased The Palace Meat
Market, we desire to announce
that we will give patrons the best meats
and prompt attention. The following"
CASH prices will be strictly adhered to:
Loin Steak 1 2c Pork Loin and Steak 1 5c
Beef Boil '5c Beef Roast. . . .8 and 10c
Sausage 10c per lb., 3 lbs. for 25c
'Phone your orders early. No.
i HEATER & PREUSS, Props.
Repairing in all its branches. Mail orders promptly attend to.
W. 0. BARNES, Jeweler and Optician
Absolutely Pure Paint
STANDS THIS CLIMATE BEST
FOR SALE BY F. E. HOLSTEN
Dray and Transfer Line.
The only spring
'WJPW wW&BJp t
Wc um the old-fash-lofled
genuine Oak Tan
CaHf oral leather. Very
beat ebtaJaable. Olves
loag, fcdthful aarwUc
Ikread, Irish Haea.
Workmea, master ate
caantec. Made la aM
a t y I a. Ask yaw
dealer he has tfeera.
Stead up for Nebraska.
ENDS OF TRACES STAMPED
BwcKatafT Bros. Mff. Co. -
J El. TOXDIEIK
A Big Come-down
in lumber is not at all likely, unless
tho unexpected happens. Prices are
moro likely to go up.
We carry a tun line ot
LUMBER AND COAL
Lumber and Coal Co.
D. WATERS, Mngr.
Also agents for Neb Cent. Bid.
& Loan Asso, 'Phono 22,
H mm I nfl 3 VvnHM
mm: ' mmm
HEN "VOU GO TO LEAVE TOWN, don't worry
about what to do with your Household Goods.
S. A. Miller will take charge of them; s'tore tbeat
in a nice, dry and cool place and pack and ship
wherever desired. Charges raasonaDie.
dray line in the city.
S. A. Miller.
BUCKSTAFF BB HARNESS
Kj. THE BEST MADE
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