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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1908)
Spring Has Come
and now is the time to get busy
We have a large assortment of
FLOWER and GARDEN SEEDS
Beans Sweet Corn
also Onion Sets in large quantities
We want your trade
A. D. RODGERS
FIRST STATE BANK
of Hemingford, Nebr.
Our first consideration The safety of the funds de
posited with us.
Our next To take care of the legitimate demand for
money to carry on business in our territory. We want well secured
conservative loans from ranchmen, farmers and merchants, all the time.
Our depositors, whose balances are good, receive spe
cial recognition when they become borrowers, bath in the length of time
given and the fate of interest charged. A deposit account in somefgood
bank is a business necessity.
No3one conveniently located to Hemingford can afford
not to be a customer of tiro First State Bank.
We have a savings bank
5 in the county. $1.00 opens an account. Write
Z for particulars or call in
Owing to the fact that our patronage has increased
nearly one-third in the last 30 days, we would kindly
ask patrons to give us their orders as early as pos
sible. Phones 131a and 131b.
Palace Meat Market
S. H. DESCH, Prop.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT
REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Hartford Firo Iusurunce Company.
North American of I'lillndolpliia.
Phoenix of Ulooklyn. Now York.
Continental of New York Olty.
NliiKutn KIro Insurance Corapuny.
Commercial Union Assurunco Co., London
Palace Livery Barn
C. C. SMIX-IX. Prop.
(Successor to S. II. Dcsch)
one m . ck west of Good turnouts, strict attention to our business,
THE NK'V zhindkn nnd com teous treatment to all has won for us the
HUII.DOS'O. 'Phono excellent patronage we enjoy. Trv us.
OSCAR BRAMAN . Proprietor.
for every boy and girl
Liverpool. London and Globe Ins. Co.
Ucrrrmn American Ins. Co., New York.
Columbia Fire Insuranco Company.
Phoenix Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn
Office Uo-Stalrs.I'lctchcr lllock.
Household goods '
moved promptly I
and transfer work
solicited. Phone i j
Frank Wallace, Prop'r. '
NEWS 0E NEBRASKA.
FREMONT MAN PRESIDENT
Nebraska Travelers' Protectlvo Asso
ciation Elects Officers.
Hastings, Neb., April 27. Tho
Travolors' Protective association con
cluded its annual state convention,
one of the largest and most enthusi
astic ever bold 'by tho association In
Nebraska. Bcatrlco was solocted as
tho placo for the next mooting.
A resolution was adopted pledging
tle Travelers Protoctlvo association
to do all it legitimately can" to hoad
oft any legislation looking toward the
establishment of a parcols post. A
commlttoe was appointed to work for
tho passago of a bill providing for ho
tel Inspection and making various
other requirements which aro calcu
lated to Improve hotel sorvlco.
The following stato officers wore
elected: Prusldont, E. M. Collins of
Fremont; first vice prosldont, C. A.
Virrlck of Lincoln; socond vico presi
dent, A. M. Stearn of Norfolk; third
vlco prosident, N. P. Schrlmps of Be
atrice; fourth vico president, J. A.
Kees of Beatrice; fifth vlco president,
A. D. Spirh of Hastings; secretary and
treasurer, Charles L. Hopper of Oma
ha; board of directors for the ensuing
yenr, Oscar Rehsuch, J. B. Cunning
ham and Robert F. Bacon of Omaha,
S. S. English of Lincoln and Q. N.
Bnrnes of Beatrice A. P. Whiting of
Lincoln was elected stato chaplain.
FAMILY FEUD ENDS FATALLY
Bob Fair Shoots Brother-ln-Law, Enln
Doty, at Gordon.
Gordon, Neb., April 27. Bob Fair, a
farmer living about sixteen miles
northwest of Gordon, shot and Instant
ly killed Enls Doty in front of True
blood Bros.' livery barn.
Fair and Doty are brothers-in-law
and there has been a family feud
brewing between them for Bomo tlmo.
On the way to town they quarreled
and Doty tried several times to pro
voke a fight with Fair. When the lat
ter reached' town and drove up in front
of the livery barn to put up tho team,
Doty, who had preceded him but a few
minutes, came out of the barn and
pulled off his coat and moved towara
Fair with belligerent looks. Fair sud
denly drew his pistol and fired, the
ball striking Doty in tho mouth and
coming ont at the back of his head,
killing him instantly.
Fair immediately save up his pistol
to tho liveryman and surrendered to
tho city marshal, who at once proceed
ed with his prisoner to Rushvillo nnd
gave him Into the custody of tho sher
iff. CONNER IS GIVEN A LIFE TERM
Pleads Guilty to Murder In Second De
gree in Killing His Wife.
McCook, NeD., April 27. John
Frank. Conner, wno muraered his wife
Thursday on a farm about fifteen
miles south of McCook, and who has
Bince been held in the couuty jail at
this placo, waived his preliminary
hearing in Justice court and was
bound over to appear forthwith In the
district court. The prisoner pleaded
guilty to murder in the second degree
and was sentenced to the state peni
tentiary at Lincoln for lifo.
Tho prisoner made a statement, tho
gist of It being that the murdered
woman had stated she was going to
leave him and that he telt she was
the last one to turn against him, and
he shot her to death.
BRYANS ARRIVE AT LINCOLN
Family Together Again at Falrvlew
After Mrs. Bryan's Trip Abroad.
Lincoln, April 27. William J. Bryan,
Mrs. Bryan and Mrs. Ruth Leavltt ar
rived In the city and went Immedi
ately to Fair-view. A largo crowd,
composed of relatives and close
friends, met the Bryan party at the
Mr. Bryan said for the next two
weeks he would pay strict attention to
work on his farm. After that he will
go to Washington for the White House
conference. He declined' to discuss
political conditions in New York and
Woods' Sentence Commuted.
Lincoln, April 27. Frank Woods,
sentenced to tho penitentiary for
twelve years in 1904 from Dawes
county on a charge of taking $4,000 .
time next fall. Governor Sheldon
commuted his scutenco to five years
upon the recommendation of Judge
Westover, who was the trial Jtidgo
when Woods was convicted. The pris
oner has a wife Jivlnjr J.i Iowa.
Chief's Wife Is Held Up.
Beatrice, Neb., April 27. Mrs. J T.
Mooro, wife of Chief of Police Moore,
was held up on Ella street. The hold
up grnbbcd her pocketbook, which
contained $7 in silver.. As he did so
the money rolled out on the pavement,
and he escaped without stopping to
gather It up Another woman, whoso
name was not learned, was also a vic
tim of t-lie holdup man.
Commends Attorney General.
Lincoln, April 27 Chairman H. J.
WInnott of the statp railway commits
Eton Is of the opinion Attorney Gon or
al Thompson deserves great credit for
the able manner in which ho has at
tended to the legal dutlog of his office
affecting the commiselon and has Is
sued a statement which contains a his
tory of the express company litigation
Circus Rider Hurt.
Talrbuiy. Nob., April 27. At tho
Initial performance of Campbell Bros.'
circus here a horse fell on one of the
hippodrome riders and injured him seriously.
RAISULl REPORTED DEAD
Rumor that the Bandit Has Been As
sasslnated Is Also Denied.
Tarls, April 28. A nows agency
here has what purports to bo a con
firmation of tho roport of Iho assassi
nation of Ralsult. According to tho
roport received hero tho bandit was
ambushed by a number of loymos
tribesmen whllo roturnlng to his homo
from a native feast offered In Ills
honor. Other reports express doubt
as to tho truth of tho rumors.
Tho nAtlvo minors current hero nro
to the effect that Ralsull was am
bushed by a band of Leymcs whllo
Journeying townrd Tazrant.
A dispatch from Tangier to tho
Echo do Paris Bays that tho roport of
RAlsull's death is false. It Is true,
tho dispatch says, that a. band of
Elkmes fired a volley at him from be
hind tho bush, but llnisull was not hit.
Tho tribo had sworn vengoauco
ngaliiBt tho bandit chief, becauso, al
though they had boon ravaged by tho
Imperial troops for sholtorlng Ralsull
nftcr tho capturo of Cald MacLoan, ho
refused them any sharo of tho ransom.
ITINERARY OF FLEET.
Will Have Covered 42,500 Miles When
It Returns to Hampton Roads.
Washington, April 28. A total of
approximately 42,500 mlleB will have
been covered by tho Atlantic battle
ship fleet when it arrives at Hampton
roads on Feb. 22 noxt, according to
tho estimates mado by tho naval offi
cials. Tho distance to bo covered, ac
cording to an Itinerary mado public
for the voyago of tho fleet from San
Francisco to tho Philippines, thenco to
China and Japan and back to Manila,
is IC.218 miles.. Tho longest lap of
this distance Is that from Honolulu
to Auckland, 3,850 miles, said by naval
officials to be tho greatest steaming
distanco over mado by a battleship
fleet In tho American nnvy without
stopping for coal. Tills will requlro
slightly over sixteen dnys, and dur
ing about six days of that time tho
department expects to bo in touch
with tho fleet through tho operations
of the wireless telegram apparatus
aboard the battleships and tho cablo
station at tho FIJI islands.
RIVER STEAMER CAPSIZES
Fifteen Persons Drowned and Several
Helena, Ark., April 28. Fifteen per
sons lost their lives and soveral oth
ers sustained serious injuries, whilo
sevoral score aro suffering from expos
ure, tho result of the capsizing of tho
river steamer Marlon, having aboard
membors of a carnival company, near
the mouth of the St. Francis river.
The dead: Anna Golden, Albert
Jordnn, Blinkey Dale, Engineer W. M
Berry, Irene Fleming, Frnnk Berg,
Dan Thomas, Tom Boyco, six negToes.
Tho steamer, which was proceeding
from Helena to Caruthersvlllo, Mo.,
was caught In a windstorm and over
turned when about 200 yards from
shore, and with the. exception of Sev
eral who wero washed Into the water,
those aboard clung to tho overturned'
boat and drifted for soveral hours,
the waves from time to time washing
one after another Into the waters un
til, when rescued by a passing launch,
fifteen of their number wore missing.
DEMAND BOOKS AND PAPERS
Committee Orders Submarine Compa
nies to Show Cost of Construction.
Washington, April 27. Tho special
committee of the house Investigating
charges against tho Eloctric Boat com
pany entered an order for tho produc
tion of the books and papers of tho
Electric Boat company, tho Lake Tor
pedo Boat company and copies of let
ters Bigned with Representative Lil
ley's name. The order "on the Lake
company was made to Include books
concerning its foreign business, includ
ing tho cost of construction of all tho
Lake boats sold to foreign govern
ments. Argument on this order will
be made today by counsel for the par
Extract Venom from Viper.
New York. April 27. For tho first
time In eighty years, nnd the second
time in the history of the Fclence of
medicine, an operntlon for tho extrac
tion of venom from tho deadly lance
hrad viper, said to be the most poi
sonous of all known reptiles, was per
formed at tho Bronx zoological park
Thft mnrllnn wlllMl wna .lrAf . '
W. Itunyon of this olty, through
whose offorts the snake was captured
and brought to New York, was a com
plete success, and as a result sclenco
once more has a plentiful supply of
the serum which has been found al
most invaluable in the troatmeut of
extreme cases of insanity nnd also of
many of the malignant diseases.
DEATH ENDS DUCAL HONEYMOON
De Chaulnes, Who Wedded Daughter
of Theodore Shonts, Passes Away.
Paris, April 25. In the presence of
his bride of less than three months,
the Due do Chnulnos died suddenly
from heart failure in his apartments
in tho Hotel Lnnghnm Tho physicians
summoned to attend the duke in his
sudden seizure officially gave tho
cause of death as embolism of tho
The Due, do Chnulnos and tho
duchess, who was Miss Thoodora
Shouts, youngest daughtor of T P.
Shonts of Now York, wero married in
New York, Feb 16, of this yoar
Girl Born With Two Tongues.
Chusey, N. Y., April 27. With two
tongues, one above the qthor, Mr. and
Mrs Frank Narrow"s four-months-old
daughter is In porfoct health and ap
parently not inconvenienced by na-
turo s mistake. The lowor tongue is
a third smaller than tho other.
AGED MAN HAS TWO WIVES
He Says Both Are Making Life Miter
able for Him.
Omnlm, April 28. Declaring ho Is a
victim of misplaced confldenco in a
loiter saying his first wife was dead,
David B. Parmenter of Eugene, Ore.,
seventy years of ago and an old sol
dier, Is In tho county Jail charged with
bigamy. Ho admits that ho has been
married twice aud that both wives aro
now living and arc making It decid
edly hot for him, but ho asserts ho en
tered Into the second marriage in
good faith, believing his original
spouBe, who had deserted him, was In
Ho lays his troubles to an advertise
ment in a matrimonial papr, his an
swer to which won him wife No. 2 In
Mra. LouIbc Bowcn of Huron, S. D.,
last fall. It was less than two weoltB
after this matrimonial ndvnturo that
his first wife, alive nnd In good health,
showed up In Eugene.
Parmanter was arrested at the home
of his son, L. D. Tnrmenter, near
Tenth and Bancroft streets, whore he
tins been staying most of the tlmo
since his first arrest last fall at Eu
gene. Ills son is a Union Pacific engi
neer and is now in St. Francis hospital
at Grand Island as tho result of tho
explosion of a lamp In his room nt a
hotel there severnl days ago. Mr. Par
menter says ho will go back to Eugene
without a fight.
LUMBER RATES EQUALIZED
Railroads Raise Omaha and Lincoln
One and Two Cents.
Omaha, April 28. Tho railroads
havo compiled with tho order of tho in
terstate commerco commission to
equalize lumber rates by raising tho
rates. Whon tho interstate commorco
commission sometime ago ordored
that tho ratos on certain commodities
from tho south to Lincoln nnd Omaha
should bo tho same aud that they
should be cquallzod by Juno 1 tho
railroads at once set their tariff men
to work figuring out tho rate
Meetings of tho trunk line repre
sentatives havo been hold In Chicago,
whenco comes tho report that on lum
ber from tho Mississippi group to
Omaha and Lincoln, from which points
tho ratu has been 23 cents to Omaha
and 24 cents to Lincoln, the rate has
been equalized by a 1-cent advance on
tho Lincoln rate and 2 cents on tho
Omaha rate, making them both 25
CRIME SHAKE8 COMMUNITY
M?r, Assaults Two Girls and Fires
House to Hide His Guilt.
Mlnden, Nob., April 29. By a dis
play of unusual nerve, Ida Taylor,
thirteen yeurs of age, saved her own
life and' possibly the lifo of her sister,
Pearl Taylor, seventeen years old. Tho
elder slstor is still unconscious from
the assault and tho terrible beating
Ppssos are scouring tho country' for
Bert Taylor, tho brother-in-law of tho
two girls, who Is accused of tho crimo.
Tho two girls havo been attending
school and living In a llttlo house pro
vldcd by their parents.
Shortly nftcr midnight a man nwtik
oncd them, dragged Pearl Into the
kitchen, criminally assaulted and bent
her until sho was unconscious. Then
ho struck tho other girl with his fist,
broke a lamp, set the house afire and
fled. Ida managed to drag her sister
from the house.
Stock Shipper Files Complaint.
Lincoln, April 28. Oscnr Thompson
of Wlsner, representative in the legis
lature of 1905, appeared before tho
state railway commission with a com
plaint against the Northwestern raIN
road, which he wants Investigated.
Ho cites that 22,000 pounds is given
by tho railroad as the minimum
weight of n car of sheep, and yet com
plains that ho never has been ablo to
crowd that many pounds of live sheep
Into a single car. He complains that
he Is thus compelled to nay extra
Child Caught on Bridge and Killed.
Gerlng, Neb., April 29. While re
turning from a picnic, Eva McFarland,
aged nine, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs
John McFarland of Goring, wob caught
on a high trestle brldgo and run down
and killed by n Colorado Southern pas-
scngor train Sho was hndly mangled j
j no parents aucnueu me picnic witn
their daughter, who ran on ahead to
cross the bridge
Death Takes John A. Doe.
Omaha, April 25 John A. Doo, for
twenty-two years a losing business
man of Omaha, South Omaha and
Council Bluffs, died at his home aftor
an illnoss of a year, during the last
fout months of which he was confined
to Ms bed He was president of tho
Omaha Ico company.
Fouse Gets Death Sentence.
Omaha, April 2!) William Fouse,
tho negro convicted of murdering Jo
seph T Bowles, a Fort Crook soldier,
on the night of Doc 11, was sentenced
to suffer doath on tho gallows by
Judge Sears Tho date of the oxecu
tlon was fixed nt Friday, Aug 14.
Fruit Damaged In Nebraska Some.
Lincoln. April 28 A light frost wns
reported in southern Nobraska The
mercury dropped tg 2 degrees bolow
froozing. Poaches have been slightly
hurt It was roported. Gardens es
caped with llttlo damage, owing to
the high wind and cloudy weather.
First White Child In Omaha Is Dead,
Omaha, April 29. Mrs. Rmma Lo
gan Whitney, aged fifty-eight years,
who Is said to havo boen tho first
white child who was brought to tho
city of Omaha, died at the homo of
her son, Claronco Whitney, at 1015
Fifth avonue, In Council Bluffs.
Phone 64I Alliance, '
J The news items of the home com
munity. I The things in which you are most
fl The births, weddings, deaths ol
the people you know.
I The social affairs of our own and
T1im ar lli kind of facts this paper
llrat yea In Try iitua. They ax
ctrUlalr worth Ih iubtcrtptlon prica.
In tho District Court of llox Itutto County,
William J. Karl. Plaintiff, 1
Dnnlcl W. Kurl. Union Karl,
Jlyra Perkins, et ul Dofoiiilnnts. I
Nottco U lirroliy irivon Hint on the 0th day of
April, UKW, William. I. Karl, I'lntntllt, lllcd his
petition In tho District Oonrt of llnx lltitto
t'ounty, Notirnskn, whorclu Dntilol W. Karl,
Holon Karl, Myra Perkins, Frank Perkins hus
band of dofcndniit, Myrn Perkins, John It.
KarJ, CIiwko N. Kurl, Lnwsott i'.url, Amies
Kurl wife of ilofniKlimt. 1,hvkoii Karl, llliodn
Hell, William Hell litulmnd of defendant,
Kliodn Hall, Hurry Hurt, l'minn Ilulccr, Law
renco Hnleor liuslmml of do fond nut, Kmnin
thilt-pr, .losnplilnu M. Allard, IJnnlol O. Allaril
liunhnud of dofmidnut, Josephine M. Allnrd,
I.uclnti .1. Archer, Murla Archer wife of defen
dant, r,uctnnJ. Archor, Lnwson K. Archer.
Ella Archor wlfo of defendant, Luwson K.
Archor. Kllon H. Alltitd. I'erry U. Allard lius
Imnd of dofcndniit. Kllon Jt. Allard. Allco A.
Ciitlur.Clmrlos 11. Cntlor liuauniid of dofondnnt,
Allco A. Outlor, Stephen rjhorman, George
Mnxham, llnttlo u. Bpooncr, Uoorgo Spoonor
husband of dofondnnt. llnttlo U. Bpoonor,
Ilnssull II Archor, Addln M. Archor wlfo of
dofondant, HhbioII It. Archer, Kstollo Horn, Mr.
Itoss, llrst real niimo unknown, husbnml of de
fendant, Kstcllo Uoss, (J race Colby. Mr. Colby,
llrst real namn unknown, husband of Uefen
daiil.Grncn Dolby, mid Myrtha Muxhutn, heirs
of Joel T.Karl.docenhed.wero mndn defendants,
tho object nnd prayer of which said petition
nro to foreclose 11 tux Hon based on n certain
treasurer's cortlflcnto of tax sale, dated No
vemberJUi. HKO. for tho delinquent tuxes for
tho year W2 nnd subsequent taxes paid by
lilalntlrf for tho yeurs IflOJ, 1MH, 11KG, iWO nnd
1W7, which said treasurer's cortlllcato of tax
sale was Issued by tho troasnrur of Hot Uutto
County, Nobrnska. to this plaintiff, for said
tuxes upon tho West Half of tho Northwest
Ouartor of bectlon 6, and the South Hnlf of
tho Southwest Quarter nnd tho Kast Half of
tho Northeast Quurter of Section 0, nil in
Township 24, of Uuniro 40. In Ilox llutto Coun
ty, Nobrnska Tho amount claimed by plain
tiff upon said tux Hen Is tho sum of f 55. U5
with luterost thorcon ns provided by luw,
from April 4th, 1W8 That Jo :o of which said
sum Is for uttornoy ' feo nnd tho sum of $1.00 for
publication of redemption notice Tho pray
er of said petition Is for udocreoof foroclosuro
dcularliiK thsntoresald amount, tuKother with
Interest thereon and costs, to bo a first Hen
upon tho aforesaid real estato, unci that said
real estnto may bo sold under an order of tho
court to satisfy tho same and thill said dofen
dants and this plaintiff bo forever barrod and
foreclosed of all Interest or claim In and to
said real estato or any part thoreof. ns tho
heirs of Jool T. Karl, decensed. You nnd
each of you aro requlrvd to unswor suhl potl
Hon on or loforu tho 18th day of May 1008.
Wim.iam J. Kaui,, Plaintiff.
m Hy W. MITCilKM., his uttornoy,
fit April ,4 w
Bids for School Building.
Sealed bids will be received until
1st, 190S, for tho erection of a school h
in district No 12, Uox Uutte county,
building to bo of lumber and 32x20,
concrete foundation Separate bidf
required on tho building and found
Plans and specifications may be si
the county clerk's office, Board res
the right to reject any and all
Further particulars ma) be had o J
Kickeo, director, Peter Belgum. mo
tor, P. H. Zobcl, treasurer, or C. .L 1
jamin, ail of Alliance. April 2 4
We know the whereabouts of the follow
One dark brown horse with star on fore
head; left hind foot part white; fresh brand
on the left jaw over another brand so as to
blur it, Visible fresh brand B. Weighs
about 800 pounds.
One bay horse, few white hairs in fore
head, same brand as above, weight about
900 pounds, Both are broke saddle horses
and evidently used to a rope corral.
One brown mare, weight about 1050
pounds, coming three years old, halter
broke. Branded on right thigh "y Jow
We are very anxious to get any informa
tion as to who the owners are.
Ciias. O. Jameson,
Strayed onto my premises about No
vember 1907, one blue roan mare un
branded, weight about 1000 pounds,
age about 7 years. Owner can have
same by proving property.
' Waltbk R. Kent,
sec. 12, twp 26, R 46,
Having had twenty years'
experience in the Scavenger
business in Chicago, St. Louis
and other cities I feel compe
tent to do all kinds of cess
pool cleaning and scavenger
work to your satisfaction and
solicit your patronage. All
orders will receive prompt
attention. Sg0 WH. WYKOFF
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