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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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llhe IDorace 'JBogue Store'
A Household Necessity.
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"Say, old man, I told you not to let them fellows
fool you on cheap flour again, but to fetch me a sack
of that 5-X Lexington Cream. You will find that
down to LIBBYiS. Now you get right out of here
and get me asackof -that flour beforeit is all gone. "
Palace Livexy Bain
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ONH iii.ock WP.ST 01' Good turnouts, strict attention to our business,
Tin: Nl'.w ,iUNDr.K nnd courteous treatment to nil lias won for us the
mill.niNfi. 'Phone. oxccllent patronniro wo enjoy. Trv us.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT
, ncpncecNTa the following ihsurancc companieo,
Hartford l-lro liianraneo Company. ' Liverpool. London and Olobe Ins. Co.
North Amorlenn of Philadelphia. I Uonuun Ameiloan Inn. Co.. Now ork.
I'liocnlx ii f lllooUljn. Now York. Farmers and Merchants Ins. Co , Llucoln.
Cniillu&ulnl of Now York Olty. i Columbia Pirn Insurance Company.
Niagara Hlro Insurance Company. Philadelphia Underwriters.
Now York Underwriters, Now York. Phoenix Ins. Co.,sUartford, Conn.
Comiuerelul Cnlon Assurance Co., Loudon i Office I'p-Stnlrs.rietchcr Mock.
Flour ! Feed.
Is Our Leader. Try It....
WI-.8T SIDK MAIN
F. M. WALLACE
Moying Household Furniture
and Trunks a specialty . .
Phone No, i Young's grocery, Alliance.
JAMES KEELER, . Proprietor.
I LEE ACI1ES0N I
I Second-Haud Furniture )
is cheaper than new, and often
just what you want. Or, we will
trade new for second hand goods
any time, and pay highest cash
price for second hand goods,
See W. M. WILSON,
thi: skconimianu max.
R TABLE I
I IF YOU HAVEN'T TIME I
I TO CALL at the STORE I
'PHONE No. 4. I
DR. J. O. BRENIZER
Pure Scotch and Scotch Topped
BROKEN BOW, NEBRASKA.
Herd headed by CRIMSON SCOTT,
177035, Straight Scotch Breeding.
Herd numbers go breeding cows that
weighing 1400 to 1800 pounds, a large
number being pure Scotch, and as good
breeding as was ever brought from Scot
land. Experience has taught me that for
breeding purposes cattle shipped in are
very little good the first year, their consti
tutions must become accustomed to our
high altitude and our grass. Hence ani
mals raised here are preferable. I intend
to raise them here. Good, first class
Nebraska breeders, the equal to anything
raised in the U. S. Come and see me,
J RAILWAY NOTES AND PERSONALS ',
J. L McGarr is a new switchman.
Brakeman J, W. Hagcnnan has left
Storekeeper J. H. Ellis is at New-
eastlo this week.
B. S. Marvin, trainmaster of Sterling
was iti Alliance Sunday.
W. Willis, machinist, is the father
of a boy, born Monday.
E. W. Bell went to Lincoln yester
day on company business.
Master Mechanic Soberhagen of
Sheridan was hero yesterday
G. T. Gehlmrd, extra dispatcher, re
turned Sunday from Huntley.
Engineer C. Pflcger nud wifo went to
the Black Hills for a few days outing.
Robt. Rolfson was called home Sat
urday on accautit of sickness.
The striking operators on the North
ern Pacific returned to Work Sunday.
.E. J. Beard and R. A, Parrish have
entered the train service as brakemeu.
Frank Piersou of trainmaster's office
went to York Saturday, returning Mon
day. Frank Newell, traveling engineer of
the Sterling division, was in Alliance
Conductor L. H. Highland" went to
Burlington, Iowa, in the interest of the
O. R. C.
Carl 'Spalz, night foreman at the
round house, is the father of a boy,-
A. W. Piersou of the superinten
dent's office went to Seneca on 42 to
J. E. Mifka, operator at Crawford
has been transferred to Alliance and is
Mrs. B. S. Marvin and daughter
went to Dcadwood Sunday to visit a
couple of weeks.
General Superintendent Phelan went
south on the Sterling division Saturday,
Dispatcher F. W. Sharp, wife and
children went to Chicago Saturday to
be gone two weeks.
G. W. Holdrege, general manager,
came in on the Denver train Saturday
and went west on 41.-
A number of the boys working at the
depot went to Hot Springs Saturday,
returning the next day.
Operator G. H. Weston has left the
service aud went to Deadwood Tues
day to join his mother.
OV'D. Boycr of chief dispatcher's
office at Lincoln was hero Sunday, go
ing on to Denver Monday.
Mrs. F. W. IJnrris father, C. Shet
ler of Holdrcdgc, Neb., was visiting
here the fore part of the week.
Operator C. W. Mackey is taking a
two weeks vacation. He loft Friday
for Chadron to visit his patents.
Master Mechanic F. J. Kreainer
went to Denver to attend the meeting
of the Master Mechanics' association.
E. O, Pattoison, night operator at
Mason, is laying off and has gone to
Sidney. II. J. Huffback is relieving
Homer Hough, formerly conductor
out of Alliance, is visiting here. He is
now running a train out of Pocatella,
Mrs. E. W. Bell and daughter.Mar
garet, returned to Alliance Saturday
They had been visiting at Wilber and
U.S. Tyler of the general solicitor's
office at Omaha is here visiting withjkV.
W. Pierson. lie expects to go to Den
J. C. Birdscll's new gasoline motor
car artived Friday. This ar will be
used for track inspection, it being four
seated and has a canopy top.
E. W. Fitt, assistant superintendent
of motive power, of Lincoln came in
from Denver yesterday arid will re
main Iicic the rest of the week.
M. Shaffer, formerly of Alliance and
worked in the freight depot and who
has a similar position at Billings with
the Burlington, is in Alliance visiting.
R. G. Holden of general superinten
dent's office returned from Huntley
Sunday. Bob says Huntley is more of
a summer resort than it is a railroad
Vern Hampton, who has spent his
summer vacation working in the
machine'shops, left Tuesday for Perdue,
Ind., to enter school, goiug by the way
of Denver. ,wwwwww,
Some People of Quality in Boston."
Bishop riamiltou will deliver a lecture
entitled, "Some People of Quality in
Boston," Aug. 30, at eight o'clock p.
ni at the M. E. church. The lecture
will be given under the auspicies of the
Epworth League and the proceeds are
to be applied on the new parsonage.
Admission 35 cents.
SAY, SMOKER, TRY THE LATEST
SPENCER JUNIOR 5 CENT CIGAR
Every Cigar a Guarantee for Quality
Once smoked always liked Try them and be happy
, WDZ.OrTHE. SAME STOW 4 t 'hELCBRAUB
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The Spencer Junior, always worth 10c, now sold for 5 cents
FOR SALE BY THE FOLLOWING DEALERS : OSZ5.T7? C
Gleason & Franklin
J. E. J oder
i J. A. Baxter
G. W. CHASE & SON MERCANTILE CO., St. Joseph, Mo., Distributors
ST. JOSEPH, SALT LAKE CITY
KANSAS CITY, PORTLAND,
ST. LOUIS, SAN FRANCISCO,
nnd nil points oast and all point west and
Thains Leave as Foixows. Mountain Time:
No. 41 Passenger dully. Deadwsod.
llllllnKs, all points north and
No. Passenger dally, Lincoln,
Omaha, Chicago and all
mints cast 3:15a.m.
No. 301 Passenger dally, for Denver
Ogdcu.balt la1(i:t Snn Fran
cisco and all Intermediate
points, departs at 3:20 a.m.
No. 302 l'ussengcr dully from Denver
anu an lntornieoiaio points,
arrives at 10:4Vi.in
No. 305 Tuesdays. Thursday, SaUu
1:ijs, points houth and uest,
No. 39(1 Tuwriiiys, Thuniday. Sutur- i
jdays, south and west, urrtves.C 35 p. i .
Sleeping, dining and reclining chair lai.l
(soatH free) mi through train. Tickets .'I '
and lKiggugo checked to any point In the (
United SiatoK or Canada. For information
timu tallies and tickets call on or wnn
L. B. Sacib, Agent, or I.. V. Wakki.it, 0 i
erul PiiMnetiRr Age .t, Omaha. Nebrnslva
Alliance Juesd 'y,Au-29
Only Big 'Railroad Show Coming This Year
AMERICA'S LVRGEST AND MOST COMPLETE SHOW
REPKUSKKriXc; MANY NEW HIGH CLASS FEATURES
' OK HOUND TKtt KATES. " ;
Chicago and return, on sale daily,. $33 7c J
St. Louis and return, 30.70 (
ou sale daily. i
Portland, Tacoma and Seattle and
on sale daily. ' I
Denver and Colorado Springs and I
return...; - 12 00 !
on sale daily. 1
on sale Aug. 30 to Sept . 4 Denver '
'$4.80. Colorado Springs $6 30.
Salt Lake and Onden and return. . $24. 25 '
Yollowstone Park, through and including J
hotels and.stage. and return,.. $105.00 j
Cody, Wo., "Black Bills, and Hot Springs ;
S. D., approximately half rates all summer 1
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5 Fire y
Agent for too uaiciiomun.or jf
fila, which insures town and
6 Hemwgford, Nedraska.
Scotland, which dnsiircs town
farm nrotiertv and live stock,
lioth aro reliable old Hue com- i
4f O V -rO00OO0O0
W. M. FOSKETT
Will Cry Sales in This and
Adjoining Counties. . . .
On COMMISSION, or
BY fHE DAY.
$iT Satisfaction guaranteed. If
you want to buy or sell ranch prop
erty, list it with me
The Alliance Herald and
Nebraska State Journal,
both one year for tj5l.50.
2fk( PERFORMING HORSES sjfk(
50 MONKEY COMEDIANS 50
3 - Herds of Performing Elephants - 3
SPECIAL FEATURES THIS SEASON:
r See the Troupe of Musical Ponies cuu-1
ONLY ACT OF ITS KIND IN THE WORLD
THE NORflAN FAfllLY
(Five in Numher) ACROBATS and INDIAN 6l.NB JUGGLERS
irioiiASifG" TAPiisi"" "He
(Seven in Numher) The Highest Salaried Troupe of Japs in This Country)
A BubyCam'el aniflisJlother T0 2hZFAlMciJ
See tlxe u.anLrn.-sr Clowns!
EVERYTHING NEW THIS YEAli-NOTHING OLD BUT THE TITLE
Two Performances Daily Afternoon and Night
Watch for the Grand Free Street Parade!
Dally at 11 a, in.
A Brilliant Array of Beautiful Magnificence
A WORD WITH YOU
WOODEN TANKS AND
sheep Dipping Vats cattle
We make a superior article in our factory and want you
for a customer. Our material is the hest and our prices
are right. New list just out. Send for it.
FOREST LUMBER CO. - Alliance, Nebr.
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