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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1908)
C LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. X
Wra, Mitchell had legal business at
Rushvllle this week.
Mrs. Lottie Richards of Ardtnore
-was in Alliance Saturday.
Remember the date of Garber-HoWe
Entertainers, NoVember 14th.
James Mekiney, jr., is the proud
father of a son, born Wednesday.
Louis, the little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Buchsensteiu, is quite ill with
There i3 an opening for a limited
number of student nurses at the Al
Ed. Wildy returned this morning
from a business trip to Omaha of a
Don't forget the Garber-Howe Enter
tainers at the opera house Saturday
night, November 14th.
Mrs. Helmer Rensvold is reported
quite ill at the Alliance hospital, which
she entered a few days ago.
.Mrs. W. J. Hamilton and little
daughter, Alice, went to Edgement
Friday and visited over Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Newberry and
Mrs. Rcardon were passengers Satur
day for Broken Bow, where they visit
ed friends until Monday.
Miss Agnes Rowland returned from
DcsMoines, Iowa, Tuesday, where she
has spent the past two weeks visiting
with relatives and friends.
The Daughters of Isabella will give
a card party in the K. C. hall next
Monday evening, November iG. All
are cordially invited to attend.
John Hayes, living seven miles
northeast of this city, is erecting a
substantial barn, 24x38, 14 ft. high.
Gregory Zurn is doing the work.
At the recent election the proposition
to divide Cheyenne county carried, and
it is said that Bridgeport will be the
county seat of the new county-Morrill.
W. A. Bailey, the hustling represen
tative of the Ross P. Curtice Co., is
here and will spend a few weeks looking
after the interests of that popular piano
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Burlew came
down from Hemingford Thursday af
ternoon and. combined business with
pleasure until Friday afternoon, re
turning home on 43.
Mr, and Mrs. Geo. C. Hicks, of
Sidney, Iowa, are visiting their grand
son, ,T, H, Beeson. They will go to
Minitare next week to visit their daugh
ter Mrs. Frank Beeson.
Miss Katheryn Roddy returned to
Alliance the fust of ths week and will
succeed Miss Beaumont as teacher in
the Central school, the latter having
resigned to accompany her mother to
Members of the Commercial club are
advised by letters from the secretary,
of the employment of a. stenographer
at the club rooms. This is a conven
ience every member should, and no
doubt will, appreciate.
"The Missouri Girl," given at the
opera bouse Monday night, was a
typical Missouri cast and full of Miss
ouri jokes. It was well played and
highly appreciated. Broome and Har
ris are securing excellent plays.
Attorney Lee Card of Chadron and
C. A. Robbins, a Dawes county farm
er, had business in the metropolis
Monday. Mr. Robbins reports pretty
good crops on the table lands this
season. Himself and brother raised
3500 bushels of small grain from 200
E. H. Scott, from the Baldwin piano
works, returned to this city last Mon
day to the great delight of his many
friends. Mr. Scott will again push the
campaign of piano talk and as he has
the best in the land, will no doubt
meet with the success the Baldwin at
tains all over.
Geo. Mollring left Tuesday morning
for a visit with his sister in Kansas
City. The gloom that so suddenly over
shadowed his home has caused him to
seek the company of those nearest his
heart and for a few days' companion
ship before he again resumes his place
in the business world.
Mrs, Frank A. Willis, wife of the
coal manager for. the Burlington road,,
at Whitman, died last Saturday night
of paralysis. Deceased has suffered
with this ailment for the past four
years. Undertaker Geo. Darling pre
pared the remains for shipment to Elm
wood, Neb., last Monday.
Twenty-seven years ago when Governor-elect
Shallenberger left college
he came to Nebraska and entered the
employ of J. L. Johnson, now cashier
of the Valley State Bank. There Mr.
Shallenberger earned his first money
and entered upon the career which will
soon place him in the governor's chair,
John N. Clark, a well known former
tesident of Alliance, arrived in the
city last Sunday morning to look after
business matters and visit friends. He
and his brother, George, arc eugaged
in the lumber business in Oklahoma
and doing well, we are pleased to note.
Mike Elmore and son John returned
the first of the week from Missouri,
having shipped several cars of horses
from the Gillette, Wyoming, ranch to
the farm at Marshal a few days ago.
There was one car of Shetland ponies
in the lot and Master Willie and Everett
O'Keefe are proud of a fine pony given
them by Mr. Elmore.
Father Roach, Father McNamara's
assistant, came down from Alliance
and conducted Mass here Tuesday.
Father Roach will have charge of the
work here from now on, and services
will be held in the Catholic church
every third Sunday. This is his first
visit to the sand hills, he having ar
rived in America but four weeks ago.
The subject of sewerage is one that
naturally interests all our citizens and
it is therefore in order for them to go
to the city hall tomorrow night and
hear Andrew Rose water, the well
known civil engineer of Omaha, speak
on the subject. Mr. Roscwatcr is
qualified to tell us just what is best in
this direction and when we are iu a po
sition to act, his knowledge of sewer
age questions will be advantageous to
the city of Alliance. Remember, Mr.
Rosewater will speak at the city hall
tomorrow (Friday night.
A smooth-fingered crook worked the
old game of change on some of the
city's fair clerks one day recently. In
two instances it is said he came out
with $10 to the good in his flim-flam
game. The scheme is to make purchase
and hand over a bill of considerable
denomination in payment of same.
While the clerk is in the act of making
the change the purchaser disco veied
that he has the exact money. This is
accepted but the stranger also sec3 to
it that he not only secures his bill but
also considerable of the change in addi
tion and before the discovery is made
he has disappeared.
The Pandora Girls, a club of ten
members, met at the home of the
Misses Hazel and Frances Bowman
where they entertained a few invited
guests. -The evening was very pleas
antly 3peut in playing some original
and merry games. At about 10:30 the
guests were directed into the dining
room, which was prettily decorated in
club colors, pink and white, and there
they partook of a delicious four course
luncheon. Amid the clatter of dishes
and merry chatter, they were greeted
by the musical strains of a male quar
tet. After luncheon another game
was played and all having received
a carnation in token of the evening,
departed, expressing appreciation of
the cordial welcome extended them by
The Girl and
Victor H. Lambert's great play, "The
Girl and The Stampede", has its locals in
Wyoming. It places on the stage for the
first time, habitants that bave never been
exploited and drawn a broad and realistic,
picture of the real characters that possess
the true and big-hearted westerner. The
piece received its initial preformance in
the New York theatre, New York, three
seasons ago where it bad a remarkable
run of one hundred and thirty-eight nights.
The company that presents it in this city,
headed by Grace Hayes-Lambert, is the
same all-star cast that has been enjoying
the praises of the press and theatre-going
public throughout thoenst At thePhelan
Opera House, Thursday, Nov. 19th.
The annual meeting of the state
teachers' association took place iu Lin
coln last Thursday and Friday, and it
is given that in the forty-one years of
its existencetljiauwapv thegreatest
meeting in the history of
tion in numbers iu attendance,
merit of program. Box Butte county
was presented by the following educa
tors: Xouaty Superintendent Phillips,
D. WS Hayes, H. H. Kiemund, Misses
Ida, Johnson, Elda Bacon, Frances
Scott,Susie Frazierj Lulu WJrts, Miss
Briggs, HemTugford Prof. William
Deaver, Misses Emma Nerud, Eva
This is commendable and it is grati
fying to see all hands in the education
al field taking hold of work that is
the bujkwork and safeguard of our na
tion. Education is the weapon stronger
than the sword and yet that which
brings peace and blessings to all man
kind. Let the good work go on through
out the nation and the entire world.
Postmaster W. P. Walker, KUItor
Miss Parkyn is considerable under the
weather at present with rheumatism.
Mr. Carroll, who has been away on
business, returned to his home Sunday.
John Sauerwcin has been under the
weather for a few days with rheumatism.
Mrs. Sullcnberger fromlMarsland visit
ed friends in and around Hemingford sev
eral days recently.
Misses Ina Green and Carrie Bushnell
were out at the Michael home a couple of
days last week.
O. Eaton, traveling salesman for a Lin
coln house, spent Sunday with his sister
The new house o C, U. Rosenberge'r
three miles south of town, will soon be
ready for occupancy.
Miss Anna Hennings is suflering from a
frnrture of the ankle caused by a wagon
pacing over the limb.
Mr Ora Phillips, the efficient county
superintendent ot schools, has been in
tins part the past week.
Mrs Sauerwein has been called to the
bedside of her mother, near Maryland,
who is not expected to live.
Mrs. Sloan and children departed last
Wednesday for a visit with Mrs. Sloan's
parents at Walker, Iowa.
Mr, Melick is a "bachelor" since Mrs.
Melick has gone east for a few weeks' visit
with relatives and friends.
Eld. G. W. Berry, of Angora, was called
to Hemingford last week on business in
connection with the Adventist school.
Miss Clara Burri began her first school
as teacher in Jhe Theo. Johnson school
last week. Here is success to you, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Burk, who have spent the
past few months at the Spracklen home,
returned to their home in Illinois a few
Miss Nora Hough, the principal of the
Hemingford Intermediate School, was
favored with a visit from two of her sis
ters last week.
Miss Gladys Burleigh was in Alliance
Monday night and saw "The Missouri
Girl," which was presented at the opera
house that night.
The pupils of our schools enjoyed a
three days vacation last week during
which time the teachers attended the state
association at Lincoln.
Miss Carrie Bushnell is lying dangerous
ly ill at the home of her sister, Mrs. C.
W. Brown, For a time her life was dis
paired of, but at this writing she is im
The Hemingford Intermediate School,
a school operated under the auspices of
the Seventh-day Adventists, has students
from Wyoming and South Dakota as well
A. D. Baker, who finished the ptastering
of the Adventist school building on Friday,,
died very suddenly Sunday evening at hi?
home near Crawford. Eld. J. H. Wheeler
was called on to conduct the funeral Tues
Mr. and Mrs. Kinmouth and family,
who have resided here for the last three
months, returned to their home at Kear
ney, Nebr., last week Wednesday. They
have made many friends during their stay
here who would be pleased to have them
locate here permanently.
W. J. Felt, representing the Western
Wool Growers' Association, of Canyoa
City, Colo., spent several days in this
vicinity on business, during which 'time
he visited his niece, Miss Daisy Davis) of
Sheldon, Wyo., who is attending school at
the Hemingford Intermediate School,
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
v m-roitTED bv t
A. F. UAIiDRIDOK, Bonded Abstracter
Elmer A, Marsh to Elmer Lee Marsh,
sw of sw of 4 and se of sw and s yi of so
of 5-24-50, $2,000
Quice L. McCorkle to J. A. Hellinger,
se 35-26-49, 82,655.
Amelia Johnson to Arthur Bass, sw-6-25-52.
James E. Wilson to James H. House,
part of s 5 b 12 sec. co. add., $300,
Minnie Renswold to Helmer H. Rens
wold, all of sec 3, ne of 9, e li and e yi
of sw of 10, sw of 11, nw of 15 and nw of
22-26-51, $1 and value. '
Robert II. West to Otto Matz, neand se
of 27-26-47, $2,400. t
Joseph C. West toRobert H. West, sw
- Estray Notice fer PuMfcatisn. r
Taken up by the subscriber within
incorporated limits of city of Alliance
in Box Butte county, Nebr., on the 3d
day. of November, 1908, one old, black
mare with white stripe in face, and
left hind foot white; one black gelding
coming two years old with white star
in Tface and snip on nose, both hind
feet white; one steel gray mare three
years old, white star in face. Owner
may have same by paying for this lo
cal and feed hill.
C. A. Lai.nr, City Marshal.
This paper can give all the local
nows only as our friends lend us their
co-operation. If anyone visits you, it
you contomplato leaving town, If you
eeo or hear or do anything out of the
ordinary day's routine, tell us about
It, that we may tell the public.
Wttkly Kiftrt if PaymiHts Tiwari
tto Ertctwn af the Srittel Itfttig.
HOW THE FINANCES STAND TODAY!
Previously acknowledged $13,515 00
W. L, McNamara
S. H. Dcsh
A. T. Davis
Alliance Grocery Co.. . .
Geo. D. Darling.
S. C. Boon
W. C. Wntteyno.
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l BUSINESS LOCALS. I
Wanted, Nursing to do. Terms rea
sonable. Phone 503, 48-1 w
Mrs. H. C. Hakcn,' public stenog
rapher, Commercial club office. Phone
Lost, a Masonic charm. Finder will
please leave same at freight depot and
receive suitable reward. 48-2W
Wanted A good, reliable man to
sell tea and coffee at once. Grand
Union Tea Co., Omaha, Ncbr.
I wish to announce to the public
that I have opened up a shoe shop at
406 Box Butte avenue, first door south
of Charters hotel and being competent
to do work neatly and promptly, I
solicit a share of your patronage,
Chas. Watteyne. 48-3-w
Dr. Allen, dentist. Opera house blk.
Try Pardy's Cottage Bread.
See F. E. Reddish for loans on real
estate, .w, 27-tf
Go to Pardy's Bakery for your Pies
and Cakes. ,wwxww
Dr. Allen, dentist. Opera house blk
ParSy's Bakery is fi4 West Montana
If you want to rent a
house, flat, store, or barn,
see S. -. riiller. He has
For Rent A large east front room,
close in. Inquire at Herald office.
Wanted Anyone having a car or
more of potatoes to sell, write us best
prices; smooth, screened, matured
stock. Johnson Bros., Nebraska City,
Two story dwelling, eight rooms,
with furniture. Corner Niobraria and
Dakota street. Apply to F. B. Distner.
Dr. Allen, dentist. Opera house blk.
Nitici ti HiMtirs.
Notice is hereby-given that no hunt
ing will be allowed. on the premises of
D. H. Briggs,
Mrs. M. H. Patmore
No one allowed on premises with gun
and dog on all land owned and con
trolled by undersigned.
T. L. Briggs,
W. H. Brice.
Mason fruit jars, too cheap for com
fort. Scribner, phone 519. 42-tf.
HOUSE FOR SALE On Yellowstone
Ave., six rooms. Price, $1300, Call
on Geo. Pauley. 4W
Furnished rooms for rent at 404
Wyoming avenue, or phone 205.
Complaint having been made that
railroad crossings have been obstructed
by trains for an unreasonable time, in
some instances for one hour, trainmen
and switchmen are hereby notified that
henceforth when crossings are closed
for more than ten minutes and com
plaint is filed, those responsible for
such obstruction shall be arrested and
srosecuted. The law is that crossings
shall not be obstructed for more than
ten minutes on public highways.
S. C. RECK,
Wanted to Winter 300 to 400 cat
tle, plenty of hay and range. D, W,
Albright, Kenomi, Sheridan Co., Neb.,
or Hall & Graham, Alliance.
Taken Up On my premises, one
black cow, about 8 or o years old.
Owner can secure same by proving
property and paying costs. S. Gliddeu,
South Alliance. 454W
Piano tuning and repairing, phone
Wanted to buy small house iu north
or west part of Alliance. Inquire at
The Herald office.
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The undersigned will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder at Smith's livery barn in
Thursday, November 19
AT 2 P. M.
One of the best stallions ever brought to western
Nebraska. Me was shipped here with the inten
tions of selling to a stock company but after
climating a year we have decided to give every
body a show at public auction : : : :
Registration No. 5577
This horse is one of the world's famous Shiro breeders, bred by
Bilbo & Wilson, of Creston, Iowa, sired by Glinton No, 1016-5890
and his dam is Crestou Daley, No, 4480, both imported animals.
Major has passed the examination of the Iowa Department af Agri
' culture. He also received first premium at'the ig075outhwest.rfr
Iowa Fair Association.
Major is a handsome dark bay, six years old, and weighs
1700 lbs. We guarantee him soundunev'eryrespect and
a sure breeder. Can be seen at Smith's barn in Alliance
one week before sale : : : : : r .' : : :
Come and look at a good horse torhoncc,
whether you want to buy or not.
TrffTlC me months' time, 10-per cent,; 5 per
1 Clllla. Cent. off for cash. . I
C. L. DRAKE, Auctioneer.
MARTINDALE & SON
TOP SALES, GOOD FILLS
Live Stock Commission Company
107-109 Exchange Building
South Omaha, Neb.,
Palace Livexy Bazn,
O. C. 8MITH, Prop.
(Successor to S. II. Desch)
ONE I1J CK WEST OP
TUE NEW ZIUNDEN
It should be a fit representative of your
business, which means the high grade, ar
tistic kind, That.s the kind we do.
AIT EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT
OF TYPE, GOOD PRESSES Aim
These represent our facilities for doing
the kind of printing that will please you.
The prices are right, and prompt delivery
the invariable rule at this office.
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Good turnouts, strict attention to our business,
and courteous treatment to all 'has won fof us Umi
excellent patronage we enjoy. Try xxs.
G, G. Gadsbv T. J, Threlkbl
THE GADSBY STORE
OFFICE PHONE 498
RESIDENCE PHONES 207 and 310
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