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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1908)
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Ideal Boilers and American
Radiators right in my line.
Some High-Class Short-Horn Bulls.
I raised tbo bull calf that took first
premium, also calf that took fifth in
same class, in open competition, at our
State fair in September igq7. My
herd took fourteen ribbons, altogether.
I now have thirty bulls, from ono to
three years old, which I would like to
sell for fall delivery; a car load. I will
sell from twelvo to twenty; you take
your pick for J?ioo each. I will keep
them for two months, feed them oats,
alfalfa, etc., get, them in good shape.
You take them in December, -winter
them at homo, and they Will do you
some good. J. G. Brenizer,
43-i year Broken Bow, Neb.
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and bring to rem that Increase of tasineat 70a are
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Each of these two towns
will hold a big Fourth
of July celebration
and offer be
sides attractive di
versions a grand pyro
technical display in the
The Burlington will run a
special train to Alliance
and Guernsey after the
entertainment on the fol
9:49 p.m. Lv. Minatare Lv. 9:49 p.m.
10:10 p.m. Lv, Bayard Lv. 9:10 p.m.
Go on regular train
Return on the special
Postmaster W. F. Walker, Editor.
Ora Phillips came up from Alliance
T. J. O'Keefo was in town Tuesday
with his big auto.
E. L. Everett went to Omaha on
Dr. Coppcrnoll, of Alliance, was in
Mrs. J. T. Carey went to Alliance to
do some shopping Saturday.
Miss Nellie Curry spent Saturday in
tho country visiting Clara Burri.
Mr. Powell and M. T. Whittakcr
were in from Canton last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Middlckauff were in
town tho latter part of l.iBt week.
Miss Madalinc Carey came up from
Alliance Saturday afternoon, returning
Norton Brown came down from
Edgcmont for a lew days' visit with
Mrs, Barney and sons returned homo
Sunday, after several weeks visit with
Mrs. Roy Hickcy.
Mrs. John Armstrong has been on
the sick list tho past week, but is somo
better at present.
B. E, Johnson returned from Omaha
Monday, where ho has been to buy a
car-load of binders.
Miss Bertha Burleigh made a trip to
her homestead near Lakeside, going
down Monday night.
Quito a bunch from here went to Al
liance to witness the ball game between
Maywood and Alliance,
Mrs.. G. K. Carter and daughters,
Etta and Gracic, went down to the
Platte country this week.
Roy Hickey returned from Hot
Springs Sunday, where" he has been
for the past few weeks.
Mr. Hickoy, father of John and Roy
Hickcy, arrived last week for a visit
with his sons and families.
Miss Nellie Carter returned from her
claim Sunday. Miss Nellie has a very
valuable claim near the Platte.
Joel Brown, a minister from Des,
Moines, Iowa, has taken a claim in
Sioux county. Ho came Saturday.
Will Curry moved his blacksmith
shop tho first of the week to tho lots
recently purchased from B. E.'Johnsonj
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Warren went out
to their homo near Agate on Monday.
Aneata Rowland accompanied them for
a short visit.
At tho school meeting Monday E. L,
Everett was elected director. It was
decided to have nine months' school
and four teachers.
While watching a practice game of
ball Sunday afternoon Geo. Baker was
struck on tho hand by a foul ball and
his thumb broken.
All of the cattle from A, M. Miller's
and Win. Fosket's pastures were taken
to the dipping tank at E. M. Snyder's
Tuesday and dipped.
Several Cantouites were noticed on
our streets the first of the week some
of whom were John Moravek and two
sons, Will and Charles.
Mrs. Roberts returned to her home
at Big Timber, Montaua, last Friday,
after an exetnded visit with friends at
Hemingford und Dunlap.
Mrs, Rolla Johnson returned from
Auetin, Texas, where she has been the
last three months for her health. She
reports a fine country and is much ben
efited by the trip.
At about noon Tuesday the youngest
child of Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Rolland fell
into a tub of boiling water and was
severely scalded. The little one died
Tuesday night at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. W. C. Mounts came up from
Alliance Friday to attend the enter
tainmentat the Congregational church.
Mr. Mounts and little son came up Sat
urday, remaiuing until Sunday after
noon when they returned to their home.
Mrs. B. E. Johnson entertained the
following last Saturday evening in hon
or of Mr. and Mrs. Mounts: Mr. and
Mrs, Chas. Davison and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Mounts and son, Mr. and
Mrs. Clark Olds, Mrs. Rustin and
Roy Sloan returned last week from
the south where be went with his wife
several months ago in hopes that the
change would be beneficial to her but
neither medical aid nor change of cli.
mate neipeu me invalid ana sue was
laid to rest sometime ago, We extend
our sympathy to the bereaved husband.
Tuesday forenoon Winnie, Keane
came to town bringing a youug chap
whom he immediately turned over to
the authorities. The fellow had broken
into a car at Gjrard used, as a bunk
house on that section' by the Greeks
on that section and stolen some cloth
ing, money and a ttiutile lit -revolvers.
Mr. Keane had a pretty lively time
trying to capture the culprit as he
seemed a bad man with a gun, firing
four shots at Mr. Kcano but owing
cither to poor markmanship or excite
ment all of the shots went wide of their
mark. Mr. Kcane finally got him to
town whero a complaint was sworn out
against him and ho was taken to Al
liance for a hearing.
Mrs. Mary Hughes and son John
business in Crawford a day recently.
Dr. Willis is placing on sale today fire
crackers, roman candles, reckets, etc
Sam Albro and family of Alliance were
over Sunday visitors at Mr. Bellamy's.
Ladies, bring on your pics. We have a
merchant in town who trades oranges for
We understand there is somo talk of a
spur being built from the depot to the phone
Mrs. G. A. Walbridge and children of
Edgemont are here for a visit with the
Mr, and Mrs. Speckman of Hartville,
Wyo., were here to attend the funeral of
Mr. Catterbuck, our real estate man,
drove to Hemingfdrd Sunday accompanied
by his family.
The old booth belonging to Mr. Moyer
will be shipped to Hemingford to do service
in the phone office there.
Another car-load of telephone poles were
received recently and the line is now build
ing to the Furman ranch.
We learned last week, too late to men
tion, that Mrs. Kile bad returned from her
trip to Oklahoma and Missouri.
Louie McGogy visited at Linton ranch,
tho pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Koy, the latter part of the week.
M oyer's telephone was movedfrom the
hotel to central a few days ago. There are
now sixteen phones in operation,
C. H. Richie is having the hotel beauti
fied with new wall paper and paint. A
new sign has also been swung up.
Mrs. Markins, of near Harrison, has
been here for a week taking medical treat
ment for a complication of diseases.
Mr. and Mrs. Small, living near Nye,
sold their improvements and relinquished
their land to Arthur Bennett. They have
moved back to Red Willow county.
Rev. Woodard of the Presbyterian and
Rev. Douglas of the Methodist church held
union services at the Presbyterian church
Sunday evening. The house was filled.
There has been a great rush of caltle dip
ping in this district over which N. G. Fool
inspects. He is one of the 205 inspectors
ontho staff of the state veterinary. The time
for dipping expired June 30, but has been
extended to luly 20.
Where are you going the Fourth? is the
question of the hour. Some say Alliance,
some Crawford. Some are planning a trip
to the bono diggins' near Agate, where
there are about twenty-five geologists exca
vating. They are from New York and Lin
coln. Prof. Barber of the latter place will
soon arrive with his company , who were
here last year, and who were so successful
in their search for prehistoric bones, taking
back with them several boxes filled with
choice specimens whicb were placed with
the state university.
James Wilson died at his home in Sioux
county, twenty miles west of this place, on
Tuesday June 2ist, after a week's struggle
with pneumonia, aged 65. The funeral1
was held Friday at the M. E. church here,
Rev. D. C. Clark, of Andrews, officiating.
Soldorn has a funeral here been attended
by so many people, the church being filled
to its utmost capacity. Mr. Wilson was
born in Darke county. Ohio, and resided
in Dawes county, Neb., for some years.
Several years ago he took a homestead in
Sioux county. A widow and two sons sur
vive him, Mr. WilsoD was a good citizen
and genial gentleman and will be mourned
by a large circle of friends,
Calvin Hashman is on the sick list.
Mrs. Edward visited at Cal. Hashman's
Mrs. Geo. Denton visited at Mr. Lore's
Little Miss Marguerite Moore is on the
Mr. aad Mrs. Gagahagen visited at Mr.
Albert Wright visited at Calvin Hash
Mrs. Bessie Vaughn visited at A. Riley's
one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Riley visited at Calvin
Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins were Sunday vis
itors at Mr. Turner's.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lecshman visited
at Mr. Skinner's Sunday.
Miss Hazel and Fern Johnson were Sun
day callers in this vicinity.
Miss Dunlap is visiting her niece, Mrs.
Geo. Denton for a few days. .
Some people are haying in this vicinity.
All crops are looking fine.
Misses Hazel and Fern Johnson visited
Miss Amy Hashman Sunday.
Carl Hashman hail his hands burned
quite badly while dipping cattle. '
Calvin Hashman dipped bis cattle at the
Barney Shepard ranch Frjday.
A crowd of merry widows Jiad a runaway
Sunday, broke harnes, but no damage was
done, because everyone had a merry widow
hat en and the hats became a blockade in
from of them and it was as good as a picket
Carl Hashman and J. W. Hashman are
preparing to build on their claims.
A few of the neighbors of this vicinity
attended the show: All report a fine time.
Little Miss Bessie Riley fell from a tree
and was quite badly hurt, but is now on
Leo Hashman has recovered his horse
which strayed away recently. He found
the animal in the edge of Sioux county.
Mrs. Moore and Rollin aRoss had quite
a serious accident on Wednesday evening.
Their horse became frightened and ran
It it getting to be an every day occur
rence for people to wake up and find not
less than seven old hens and eleven cats in
Sunday-school program went off fine.
Everyone was highly pleasck. Attendance
75. We thank all fhr their kind attention
and their presents.
Charley Wilson visited Dunlap Sunday.
Charley Parker visited at home Sunday.
Rev. Qodel visited Wm. H, Rust sr,
Mrs. Fred Nason will lead the league
Mrs. Edwards of Mitchell visited Mrs.
Rust last Thursday.
Miss Hazel Edwards is visiting in Pair
Mr. Baumgardner and Fred Hany vis
ited Soe Heath Sunday.
Grandpa and Grandma Lawrence were
visiting friends Sunday.
Mrs. Nellie Heath started to build a
new residence Monday.
Charley Wilson visited Maple Sunday
school on children's day.
Jim Johnson and brother of Alliance vis
ited this neighborhood Sunday.
W. Griffith and mother visited Mrs.
Fred Nason and family Sunday.
Fred Hemnio and Charley Parker visited
Field Edwards Sunday afternoon.
Dan Lorance and Ftjld Edwards spent
Sunday in Alliance visiting sriends.
Fred Nason and family and Col. Munger
visited Mrs. Rust Sunday afternoon.
The badgers are busy seeing after the
young frying chickens of nights now,
Mrs. Wm. H. Rust Sr. was entertained
by Mrs. Wm. Lorance at dinner Sunday.
Small grain is looking well after such a
pounding as jt received by the hail storm,
Mrs. Ambrose Badley and daughter Vi
olet visited friends in the sand hills Sun
'day. The Lorance district will build a new
school house just in front of the old one
on the road.
Rev. J, L. Vallow will help Rev. Jordan
with a series of meetings throughout the
Fourth of July at Long Lake
Following is the program to be given
in Nason's grove, eighteen miles north
east of Alliance, July 4th.
9 a. m. Shooting contest.
10 a. m. Opening address; oration
of the day and other literary exercises.
Tug of war: Cowboys against farm
ers. Apple eating contest.
Nail driving contest for ladies.
Slow horse race.
Fast horse race.
Relay horse race.
Potato race on horseback.
Egg race on horseback.
Nightshirt race on horseback.
Foot race, 100 yards, free for' all.
Fat men's race.
Bucking broncho contest; purse for
best rider. '
Wrestling match, for men over fifty
Foot race, for men over 50,
Wrestling match on horseback.
Ladies' horseback race.
Foot race for girls under 15.
Foot race for boys under 15.
There will be a lunch stand on the
ground and all kinds of refreshments
served; also a bowery, and no pains
will be spared to make this celebration
a bowling success.
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