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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1905)
Special Salesmen in Each Department.
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J. . BI.ANCHAR.
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A. . ROGW
l W AGAIN CALL VOUR ATTENTION TO THE
IIM LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
all kinds of stock. Write for our Market Letter
and call when yon are at the yards.
Aay BhV or Mercantile Agency
, Omaha Live Stock Commission Co.
I. B, BLANCHAKD. Pre. aad Maaagcr.
James f . Vahlman,
rres. and Mgr. E. Cjow, Vice-Fres.
J. W. Gribble, Sec' and Treas.-
Live Stock Salesmen.
I HM'iMM'l H I'l H 4 H I
LAf mCENEWS A
! imill Hi 1)1 111 1 1 'M ll
Jausb C. Pahlman.
J. M. Humphrey.
So. Omaha & Chicago
Aes. Cattle Salesman
Icy Feeders on Orders, Both Cattle and Sheep
South Omaha, Nebraska.
ROSENBAUil BROS. & Co.
South Omaha, Nebr.
UNION STOCK YARDS
Chicago, Illinois. Sioux City, Iowa.
W. H. Dudley,
T. D. Perrink,
W. F. King, ' Scott Harrell,
ALlen Dudley, Hog Salesman.
Office Jno. Ross", Jr., Sheep Salesman.
Hllen 3uble$ & Co.
ROOM 237 NEW EXCHANGE BLD'G
SOUTH OMAHA, - NEBRASKA.
Telephone 133 So. Omaha. Telephone 302 Co. Bluffs.
-'- ESTABLISHED IN 1 867 :-
Live Stock Commission Merchants
SOUTH OriAHA, NEB.
Also Chicago, III. We have a special salesmau in every
departwent who is ably assisted by a full
SiOUX City, IOWa corp3 0f yardmen.
We will be more than pleased to send free masket reports
to all desiring them.
REPRESENTED AT CHICAGO, ILL.
H. E. Tagg,
A. W. Tagg,
G. M. Hamill,
W. B. Tagg,
Live Stock Commission Co.
107-109 Exchange Bldg.
South Omaha, Neb.
234-236 Exchange Bldg.
South St. Joe, Mo.
South St. Joe,
H. B. Hauill,
M. D. Young,
J. C. Sager,
In June and July 1904, a number of
men from Chicago came out and filed
on homesteads in Sioux county in a
buach and established what is called
The Chicago Ranch Co. The object of
getting the land together in a body was
that tbey could reside thereoa and have
a neighborhood of their own and im
profo the places with the help of each
other. For most of the claims relin
quishments were purchased and every
thing seemed to be moving smoothly
enough until recently when several of
the claims were contested because of
the parties not residing on the land
continuously rather than going to the
places as often as they could. The
Spearman Bros., of Crawford contested
five of the claims and they with their
witnesses and attorneys Capt. A. G.
Fisherand Frank Allen were at the
land office Monday to proceed with the
contest. The defendants were repre
sented by Attorney F. S. Baird of Chi
cago. By stipulation the cases were
continued to Noy. 15, when all parties
will appear and get busy. In addition
to those contests, the government by
its special agent has filed contests
against several others of the claims and
altogether it would look like there
will be considerable business at tho
land office during the coming month.
In Monday's Omaha Bee appeared a
dispatch from Washington which was
one of the most grossly misleading
articles yet published concerning lands
in western Nebraska. It stated that
several townships had been withdrawn
from entry in the Alliance land district
and stated it in a way to leavo the in
ference that all lands had been with
drawn. The real truth of the matter
is that the commissioner of the general
land office wrote the land office to note
on the tract books the withdrawl of
sections 21, 22, 23, 26, 27 and 28 in
town 24, range 57, eleven sections in
all, lying along the survey of the new
government irrigating ditch. The ob
ject of withdrawing them is to furnish
camping grounds for the contractors
outfit soon to begin work on the ditch.
Nothing else is affected by the order,
and any other section in the district
subject to homestead entry can be filed
upon by any qualified entryman the
same as has always been the case.
Joseph Shramek, wife and children
arrived in Alliance Tuesday night from
down in the Platte Valley where Mr.
Shramek has considerable ranch and
farming interests. They went on down
to David City Wednesday morning.
, George Gillmor was down from Glen,
Sioux county, Wednesday for the pur
pose of . completing his homestead
amendment which had been allowed
him sometime ago to add more land on
to his homestead.
John F. Bradford was down from
his farm near Rushville Tuesday, with
witnesses offering final proof on the
homestead of his father who is now
dead, A man named Amende is con
testing it and final action on the proof
must await the outcome of the contest.
Homestead entries since last issue:
John H. llusi'Ibnckor, 35-21-41
William K. Kin. 23-31.67
Walter H. Perkins, 12-23-50
Arnold VlneberR, 27-22-50
Henry Kuho.lr.. iU.33-3.V48
Asa T. Robinson, 1-22-5.1
ltoy 1). Tavlor, 22,27-24-43
Miuicbe MnilRO, 3,10-28-41
Orvlllo MudRO, 11,15-22-28-41
l'cter Jensen. 4, 5. 0-23-41
Walter It. Hanks, 17.18,10,20-28-41
Frank L Elliott, 1-21-40
Hcorgo HUSSOII. 30-SM5
William .1. martin, 32-4
Daniel K. IUce. 23,24,25,26-22-40
Mlfford II. Halstcad, 30-31-57
William Itpp. 7-27-W
Thomas Ullmore, 15-22-5R
Hi'iijamln Edwards. 15-24-57
.1. Kueenl Keebaugh. 8-23-50
Mllio McOratb, 13,14-34-54
Fred Deuel, 3 31-57
Klla II, Heward, 29-24-53
William K. MeElroy, 17-24.53
Mike McHrath, 13. 14-34-54
Fwd .1. Deuel, 3-31-57
Ella II. Seward. S9-24-53
William K.McElroy. 17-24-57
James Nelson, 1-33-63
Peter Thompson, 7. 18-23-52
Edwin HuUer, 21-29-55
Frank G. Helm. 20-24-57
Lorneo French, 11-22-53
Harrison Iieaus. applies to amend hla home
stead so us to Include tho NEW 34-33-53, and
John A. Lowe, upplled toamend to Include, tho
HE H 29-34-44.
Chos. W. Denton annuel to amend to In
clude parts of 1 and 2,ti4-40.
Wm, O. Falrchlld applies to amend to in
clude part of 2-22-49, and frank V. Hoon
applies to amend to Include parts of 0 and 10,
John w. Tottersnian applies for a second
homestead for the NWM 22-23-55.
BOYD & BARKER,
.Attorney xt Law ,.
Collections given Prompt Attention.
kith p. tutti,k.
IRA . TA H.
North Main St.,
J. E. MOORE, M. D.
t ALLIANCE, NEB.
Calls answered from office day or night.
Telephone No. 62,
DR. GEO. HAND,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Formerly Interne Homeopathic Hos
pital University of Iowa.
.Phono 251. Office over Alliance Shoe Btore.
Night calls answered from office.
H. H. BELLWOOD
F. E. CLOUGH
PHYSICIAN and 8URSEON.
lloUtcn Building, - ALLIANOK, NED
L. W. BOWMAN,
Offlco In First National Bank block. Alii
DR. ti. W. MITCHELL,
Fhyslcian nne Surgeon Day and night calls.
Offlco over Rogue Btore. Phono 150.
018 BOX BUTTE AVENUE.
Calls answered in town or country.-
Ship Your Live Stock to
Live stock Commission Merchants
ESTABLISHED IN 1887
SOUTH OMAHA, NEBR.
SIOUX CITY, IOWA.
Union Stock Yards Nat. So. Omaha
Nat. Live Stock Bank, Chicago.
Live Stock Nat., Sioux City, Iowa.
Stock Yards Nat., So. St. Paul.
St. Paal Nat. Bank, St. Paul.
SO. ST. PAUL, MINN.
Men Whe Handle Your Stock.
j E. P. Melady, Mgr., Hog Salesman
iJyron rjlow, cattle baiesman.
A. E. Comptcn, Cattle Salesman.
Ellis J. Wright, Assistant.
Walter Lake, Sheep Salesman.
Write for our Market Letter and Daily Paper free of charge
REFERENCES R. G. Dan & Co., Bradstreet, or Any Bank.
Special Attention Give to Feeder and Stacker Trade
Spargur, Lindburg & Co.
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FOR Tlffe SALE OF CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP.
Rooms UO-XI2 Exchange Building, Telephone 34
C. W. Spargur, Cattle Salesman,
George M. Wood, Sheep Salesman.
R. D. Robinson, Hog Salesman,
O. F. Lindburg, Office.
Guy Lockwood . .
GRADUATE CHICAGO SCHOOL OP
Funeral Director and Embalmer
Phones Office 214. Res 203
Attcndnnt .. Alliance, Neb,
Tin shop in connection.
Opera House Block
Phone 98 ALLIANCE
SHIP YOUR L1V.E STOCK
DR. J. Q. 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 1S00 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.
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,
Nye & Buchanan Co.
Live Stock Commission
Write TJ for Harkot XCoports or a Iaier.
Expert Salesmen in All Departments.
Annnally, to All the new positions created by.
Kail roan and Telegraph Companies. We want
YOUNQ MEN and LADIES of goodhablts.to
and K. K. Accounting (
We furnish 75 per cent, of the Operators and
Station Agents fn America, Our six schools
are the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools
IN THE WORLD. Established SO years and
endorbod by all leading lUllway Officials.
We execute a 30 Bond to every student to
f urnlbh him or her a position paying from $40
to ICO a month in States east ot the Rocky
Mountains, or from 175 to $100 a month la
States west of tho ltocktes, Immediately upon
Student a can enter at any time. No vaca
tions. For full particulars regarding any of
our Schools write direct to our executive oilico
at Cincinnati, O. Catalogue free.
The Worse School of Telegraphy.
See W. M. WILSON,
THE SECOND-HAND MAN.
For an Artistic Hair Cut
and Smooth Shave
W. C. MOUNTS'
3. Chair Barber Shop
and Bath Rooms
Box Butte avenue
nnffolo. N. Y.
San Francisco, Cal.
The Alliance Herald and
Nebraska State Journal,
both one year for $1.50.
From the right source is appreciated in cold weather by everybody,
When you get your
This fall, don't fail to .get one that will furnish the greatest anount of
for the smallest amount of fuel.
COLE'S HOT BLAST
and Round Oak Heaters arc the kings of hot air and queens of economy
High School Tablets
THE LARGEST AND BEST
We give RULERS away
At Holsten's, the Druggist
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 best and our prices
are right. New list just out. Send for it.
FOREST LUMBER CO. - Alliance, Nebr.
Are You Going to Paint This Fall?
It will be a good fall to paint. But it will be a good deal
better to paint your houses, barns, vehicles, implements, &c.
HALLECK PAINT MTTDE1'"
ZEor Sstle "b3r J EL 0"O3Z)E3E3 .
A Big Come-down
in lumber is not at all likely, unless
the unexpected happens. Prices are
more likely to go up.
We carry a full line of
LUMBER A ND COAL
Lumber and Coal Co.
D. WATERS. Mnsr.
Also agents for Neb. Cent. Bid.
& Loan Asso. 'Phone 22,
Palace Livery Earn.
S, H. DESCH, Prop.
ONE BLOCK WEST OP Good Bt
the new zuinden and courteous treatment to all has won for us the"
building. 'Phone. excellent patronage we enjoy. Try us.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT
n.r-.r.,o incrunuwiHHIHSUHANCE COMPANIES,
Liverpool. London and Globe Ins. rv
German American Ins. Co., New York
Farmers and Merchantslns.ro rfirx ,
ttaiumiiin. vtt ii..ir" in2? - Lincoln.
Hartford Fire Insurance Company,
jxurui American 01 nuiaaeiptiia.
Phoenix ot Hlooklrn. New York.
Continental of New York City.
Niagara Fire Insurance Company.
New York Underwriters, New York.
Commercial Union Assurance Co., London
Philadelphia Underwriters. y
Phoenix Ins. Co.. Hartford, Conn.
ornce Uo-Stnirs.Flctchcr lilock.
W. 0. BARNES, Jeweler and Optician
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