The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, July 01, 1909, Image 5

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7-30 sharp next Wednesday evening.
Calvin Derr of Mnlinda liad business
in Alliance Tuesday.
We understand that a petition is be
ing circulated to establish a postoffice
at Bonner.
C. W. Barney, a prominent ranch;
man of Moorccroft, Wyo., was Jn this
city Monday.
What are you doing to help secure
the location of the new state normal
school at Alliance?
Rev. J, R. Jordan who is now pastor
of the Methodist church at Miuatare,
was in Alliance Tuesday.
J. B. Gray and Dr. Slagle drove to
Reno Sunday. They report crops
looking fine along the way.
Father Cavanaugh returned Sunday
from Omaha, where he had been at
tending a retreat for priests.
T. J. O'Keefe statted last Friday on
a trip east. He will take in Omaha
and points farther east before returning.
J. Saxon, the Burlington right-of-way
man, was in Alliance last week,
the guest of Prof., and Mrs. D. W.
A new cement walk in frout of St.
Agnes academy is one of the recent
improvements iu the northwest part of
the citv.
Lloyd C. Thomas, of the Phillips
Thomas Land company, left on 42
yesterday for Grand Island and other
Nebraska points.
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Davenport and
family left oil 41 last Saturday for a
visit to the coast country, expecting to
be gone about a month.
Last week Diuccn, Rubendall &
Young sold a piece of land adjoining
the Berea towusite for ?2o per acre.
Seems to us that was dirt cheap.
Tom and Pete Rowland, accompan
ied by their sistei, Miss Agnes, re
turned Saturday fiom a week's visit at
Ottumwa and Des Moines, Iowa.
Mrs. John O'Keefe and little daugh
ter, Sarah, lelt last Monday morning
for a visit of several weeks with Mrs.
O'Keefe's sister at Columbus, Ohio.
We are pleased to note that Mrs.
Woods who recently underwent an
operation at the Alliance hospital was
able to return to her home last Sunday.
F. E. Thomas, erstwhile salesman
at the Alliance Grocery Co., left Wed
nesday, morning with liis wife for Kan
sas City, where they will make their
Bible Lost Rev D. B. McLaughlin
lost on some train, during the month of
June, a Bible, limp-back Morroco
binding, in leather case with sermon
notes. 1.
Miss Margaret Barrett came down
from Alliance Sunday, where she has
been teaching in the convent, to spend
her vacation. O Neill Independent,
June 25.
Miss Lenuie Basye will leave iu the
morning for Sterling, Colo., where she
will be joined by a cousin, and from
there go to Cheyenne and other poiuts
of interest.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Barnes are
among the many who are making a
summer tour to the western coast.
They will visit relatives in California
before returning.
Whether farmer or business man, if
you are interested iu a county fair in
Box Butte county, be at the Commer
cial club room at 7:30 sharp next Wed
nesday evening.
J. W. Guthrie returned Tuesday
from his trip to Casper, Wyo., where
he went on insurance business,, and
left yesterday on a similar trip to Ard
more and Edgemont.
Glen B. Churchill, who with his
brother, Parkes Churchill, is ranching
iu Sioux county, has been spending a
few weeks at his home in Alliance. He
will leave soon for the ranch.
Miss Maine O'Douuell is expected
home next Sunday to spend her sum
mer vacation iu Alliance. She holds
a position as bookkeeper iu a large
plumbing establishment iu St. Joe.
T. V. Kelley has word from John
aud Andy Cusick that they would set
sail for Ireland on Wednesday or Fri
day of last week. That they will have
the time of their life there is no doubt.
. Word comes to The Herald office
that Father McNamara has made his
visit to Ireland shorter than he had
anticipated and that he is now crossing
the briny deep ou his return to Amer
ica. W. S. Parks, one of our Berea sub
scribers, called today. He remarked
that there were two papers he could
not get along without, his old home
paper from Missouri and The Alliance
On account of sickness aud the ab
sence of Mrs. Ross, the Crancer piano
store will be closed for a few days.
Mrs. Ferguson, first door west, will
have the key to store and will wait on
F. R. Lanphear came from Broken
Bow a couple of weeks since to accept
a position as salesman at the Alliance
Grocery company's store. He is pleas
ed with Alliance aud intends making
this city his home
Mrs. Ida M. Ross departed Sunday
morning on a trip to the coast, to be
gone about a month. She takes this
vacation ou account of ill health caused
by overwork. Just before leaving she
closed three piano sales.
An alarm of fire was turned in Tues
day morning on account of au unruly
gasoline stove in the rooms occupied
by Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Thomas, over
the Alliance shoe store, but before the
fircwagon arrived at tho scene of the
blaze it had been put out.
Joe Young leaves today for Lincoln,
Omaha and Iowa poiuts. He will be
gouc till the fore part of next week.
Real estate business is the object of
the trip.
J, B. Hulburt of Canton brought a
horse to Alliance to sell yesterday. He
reports everything fine in his neighbor
hood. He tins been iu this country
twenty-two years and says he never
saw crops nnd grass look better.
W. H. Kiester came down from his
farm eight miles cast of Hetningford
with a fat pig which ho sold to J as.
Graham, the grocer aud butcher, for
S32.50. Who says it doesn't pay to
raise hogs iu Box Butte county?
Mrs. John Carlson tmd daughters
returned Tuesday morning from a tui
weeks' visit with relatives in southern
Iowa. Heavy rains and excessive hot
weather made the Allianceitcs long tor
the cool atmosplifte of western Ne
braska. G. A. Schrccongost of Wellfieet,
Nebr., had business in Alliance the
first of the week. He made The Her
ald a call ou Monday aud renewed au
acquaintance of fifteen years ago,
when the editor resided 111 southwestern
Peter Kickeu is doing some fine
sod breaking cast of town with his uev
kerosene plow outfit. He has given
the editor a warm invitation to go out
and inspect the work, which we expect
to do as soon as we can spare the time
from office work.
J. B. Petty of Moffitt was an Alii
ance visitor yesterday and reports
everything fine iu his neighborhood.
He wishes to keep his father, J. B.
Petty, Sr., posted on this country and
accordingly sends him The Herald to
his home, Lineville, la.
Among the boosters from Alliance
that were heio to witness the ball game
between the locals and the Ardmore
teams were Louis Buechseustein, Win.
James, Frank Wilson, Ross Hall, Bert
Palmer, C. F. Lenehan and " Red "
Smith. Crawford Tribune, June 25.
Miss Mary O'Keefe formerly did a
good share of the cletical work at The
Herald office, and it seemed like old
times to icceive a call from her last
Friday. We always appreciate any
encouragement and advice from friends
that will assist us in improving the
Alfred Yeager, whose parents reside
at Angora and who was brought to the
Alliance hospital for an operation for
appendicitis, left that institution last
Sunday without the operation, having
so far recovered under the treatment
which he received there that an oper
ation was not considered necessary.
Fred W- Wood of Belgrade. Nebr.,
entered a claim near Bonner last Feb
ruary. About three weeks ago he
moved out to the sa,tne with his wife
and family, and they are much pleased
with their new home. Yesterday Mr.
Wood and oldest son were in Alliance
and called at The Herald office. Here
after this paper will visit their home
each week.
M. D. Nichols has a not very com
modious quarters in the car which he
occupies as a shoe shop on the north
side of The Herald office, but he turns
out fine work in his Hue and a lot of it.
He believes in doing business on busi
ness principles and accordingly runs
au ad in this paper.
Fred Countryman had the misfortune
of having a valuable mule bitten' by a
rattlesnake last Sunday. As Fred
didn't have any snake bite remedy
handy he called into requisition the
services of Dr. Curtis, the veterinar
ian, under whose treatment the animal
recovered so rapidly from the effects
of the poison that not a day's work
was lost.
Rev. Johnston Calhoun, who occu
pied the pulpit of the United Presby
terian church during the month of
June, exchanged pulpits a week ago
last Sunday with his brother who is
stationed during the summer vacation
at Torrington. Wyo. Both are second
year students of the Zenia, Ohio, The
ological seminary, and their preaching
is spoken of in complimentary terms.
Chas. C. Jameson and I. M. Shriner
came up from Ellsworth Monday.
These gentlemen represent one of the
largest ranch and business enterprises
iu this part of the west, the Spade
ranch and allied interests, and it af
fords us pleasure to know that they
give Alliance the preference in matters
of city business.
S. L. Mains, deputv Jairv commis
sioner of Nebraska, who was to have
conducted the dairymen's examination
in Alliance last Friday, was unable to
be here at that time, consequently it
was held by J. E. Vogel of Lincoln,
dairy inspector. Forty-four candidates
took the examination, vliicli was of
particular interest to creamery man
agers who want competent and legally
qualified employes to handle their sub
station business as well as to do the
work at the churning stations. The
Alliance creamery was represented by
W. E. Spencer, manager, and the
Beatrice creamery by Prof. John
Bower, field superintendent.
June Land Sales
J. C. McCorkle, manager of the Ne
braska Land company, reports the
sale of even thirty quarter-sections to
various parties during the month just
closed, and June isn't much of a month
for selling laud either. Farmers in
the east are so busy till after harvest
that only a comparatively small num
ber can be induced to leave their work
and come west to look at land till later
in the season.
County Option to the Front
County option will be pushed to the
front and stale prohibition relegated to the
background in the campaign plans of the
Nebraska Anti-Saloon league of this year
and next- An understanding to that ef
fect exists among the leaders of the organ
ization, and at the meeting of the board
of trustees and executive officers held In
Lincoln last Friday afternoon the policy of
the league along that line was formally declared-Steps
were also taken looking to the en
forcement of the new daylight saloon law,
which takes effect July 2, in all counties in
the state.
Dr. J. B. Carnes, who for eleven years
hfl8 hffn sintn cnnl . rf-utcnprl tnnrrnnt ttn
superintendency of the Cedar Rapids. la.,
1t..l. .l Tt- t e. n 1 f lt--t.
UI3HII.I, iiuu ui. .u. o. lain lull ui iiasil
inptnn. II. L. U9 fil-rPlmt In fill tlin
cy. Rev. B. F. Fellman, pastor of Grace
Baptist church, Omaha, is supt. of tho
Omaha district, and S. K, Warrick of Al
liance is state president.
V know of no firm in tho west that
l.iis and sells more cattle than Watkins
& FiMiins the well known real estate and
live stock dealers. During the three days
of the stockmen's convention they disposed
of 6S0 steer. On Saturday following tho
! convention Jas. Feagins, the junior mem
ber ot the turn, went to Denver to get
1,000 more steers which had been pre
viously sold to 0. P. Meeks of Upton, Wyo.,
and about a week before that he went to
the Colorado capital with F. F. Peterson
and sold him 600 yearlings. It is not easy
to keep track of their cattle sales, hot these
are mentioned as a sample of what they
are doing in the live stock business.
For SaliirTBargain
Owing to ill health, I wish to sell my
business property at 113 Box Butte
Ave., which now rents lor fifty dol
lars per month. For particulars call
immediately at thq Alliance National
Bank. A. C. Johnson.
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Normal Notes.
County Superintendent Miss Wolford of
Morrill county has charge of the work in
school law and course of study this week.
Some very interesting discussions of points
in school law have been participated in by
various members of the faculty and on
Wednesday morning Mrs. Rustin, who
now teaches iu the Lincoln city schools,
told how the law is carried out in Lincoln.
The meeting of the National Educational
association will be held at Denver July
3-9. There will probably be a large at
tendance from this part of the state large
in comparison with the number that have
heretofore attended thenationalassociation,
The Normal Ladies' quartette, consist
ing of the Misses Nerud, Rustin, Lots
piech and Nation, sang at chapel exercises
Wednesday morning. This is the first ap
pearance of thr.-,e oung ladies before the
Normal but the studeots hope that it xvill
not be the last by many times.
There xvill be no school on Mondav of
next week that the out-of-town students!
may have an opportunity to celebrate the
Fourth at home.
Hon. I. E. Tash xvill deliver an address
bearing 00 the Fourth of July and kindred
subjects to the normal students Friday
morning at the chapel period
Prof. Wilson xvill go to Dalton Saturday
July 3d, to deliver a patriotic address to
the citizens of that toxvn and community
who will celebrate the Fourth on. that date.
The second number of the lecture course,
the Parland-Newhall company, will be
with us July 8th. The program xvill con
sist of vocal quartettes, brass quartettes
and bell ringing. This company comes to
us very highly recommended and we have
not the least doubt that they xvill be able
to please the most critical audience. The
lecture course this summer consists of but
three numbers but they are of such qual
ity that the people of Alliance xvho are
lovers of good things in the lecture course
line cannot afford to miss any of them. Do :
not forget the date of the Parland-New- 1
hall company J uly 8th.
The Ball is Rolling.
Pursuant to announcement in The Her
ald, a meeting was held Monday evening
in the Commercial club room to consider
the matter of organizing a county agri
cultural and fair association. The senti
ment xvas unanimously in favor of organi
zation and the opinion xvas freely expressed
that the fair and the xvhole affair xvill be a
great success.
It xvas considered best to hold another
meeting for perfecting an organization,
accordingly the meeting adjourned to re
convene at the same place, at 7:30 o'clock
next Wednesday evening.
Horses Wanted
To nasture. lir.iss ami irnrvl 1
and plenty, one mile xvest of town.
tf A. R. Wilson.
7:30 p. m. Sharp. I
For some reason it was thought best to
hold the meeting at the Commercial club
room next Wednesday earlier in the even
ing than usual, the time to meet being .
7:30 sharp. Please be prompt in coming i
so that all xvho attend can take part in the '
Nebraska State Temperance Meeting
A state conference and mass meeting is
called by the Nebraska Temperance Union
to meet in York, July 8 and 9, in the First
Methodist church for day services, and the
Chautauqua auditorium in the evening
Prof.J.L.McBrien of the State University,
and Editor Metcalf of the Commoner, will
be the evening speakers. Every temper
ance and church organization is requested
to send at least one delegate. -Our foes,
our forces and our policy will be the top
ics under discussion in afternoon, which
will be lead by representatives of various
branches of the temperance army.
Will coma back to you If you spend It at
horn. It It sons for.yor II you send R to
tha Mall-Order Housa. A glance through
our advertising columns will giro you an
iuh -ugri u rui uy ma muu.
Daylight Saloon Law.
To amend Section 14, Chapter 50,
Compiled Stntutes of tho State of Ne
braska for tho yenr igo7, nnd to repeal
said original section,
Bo it enacted by tho Legislature of
the State of Nebraska:
Section i. That Section 14, Chap
ter 10. Comnilcd Statutes nf tlin Sintn
of Nebraska for tho year 1907, bo
ameuucd to re nil as tolloxvs:
Section ij. Everv noraon wlm nlmll
sell or give away any malt, spirituous,
or vinous liquors or any intoxicating
drinks on the dnv of nnv rntmrnl. mm.
cinl or primary election, or nt any
umc uuritig me nrst nay ot the xveck,
commonly called Sunday, or nt any
time upon any xveek day, after the
hour of eight o'clock P. M. nnd before
the hour of seven o'clock A. M. of the
following day shall forfeit and pay for
every such offense the sum of one
hundred dollars nnd his license shall
he forfeited and cancelled by tho board
granting tho Bnnio forthwith, xvhothcr
such person convicted shall appeal
therefrom or not.
Section 2. That Section 14, Chap
ter 50, Compiled Statutes of tho State
of Nebraska for the year 1907, as here
tofore existing, is hereby repealed.
(Received Friday, Juno 25)
Mrs. Garfield Ball and the children re
turned home several days ago from a two
xveeks' visit near Hemingford.
Spoon & Hiser are at xvork with their
well drilling outfit again, having begun a
xvell for Denny Bergen this week.
John Hickey and Georgo Janes finished
planting their potatoes last xveek. Ditto
John Keane and others in this vicinity,
It is reported that the Nicholson Bros,
have just bought a train load of cattle in
Denver for their ranch on Whistle Creek.
Master Guy Jennings, a grandson of
Mrs. Miller's, came out this week to spend
his vacation xvlth his grandmother. His
home is in Greeley, Colo.
We xvere told by one of our neighbors
that he had been offered $2,500 for his
homestead but had refused it. He has
only held his land for one year.
Will Nicholson recently returned to the
ranch from Hot Springs, where ho has
been taking treatmet for a severe attack of
rheumatism of several months' standing.
New cream separators xvere received in
this neighborhood last Saturday by Robt.
Spoon, Charlie Hiser and John Ryan all
from Missouri; not the separators, but the
men xve mean,
Rev. Otto, pastor of the Homestead and
Canton churches, xvas ordained to the
ministry during the Northxxestern Associa
tion meeting of Baptist churches in Al
liance last Saturday.
Fristid Hickey seems to have more than
his share pf sickness in his family. We
are told that txvo, or more of his children
have recently been suffering with appendi
citis. W e hope this is a mistake, but if it
is true then xve hope they will speedily re
cover. If it's only the early bird that catches the
worm, then they've got us beat out here
some of us at least for a few of the neigh
bors and ye scribe did not get their grain
and potatoes. in until within the past few
days; in fact some of us are plantiug pota
toes yet.
A xveek or so ago J. S. Thorn met xvith
a painful accident while unhitching his
team from the plow during a thunder
storm. The horses became frightened,
one of them getting Mr. Thorp under his
hind feet, breaking a rib and otherwise
bruising him up.
A little excitement xvas created around
here a fexv days since by the report that
lumber was selling for $18 per thousand in
Hemingford, and one, at least, of Home
stead residents xvent to town post haste,
but found it selling for $21, But this is
better than $27 and $28,
A, D. Weir has just finished putting in
about txventy-five acres of crops and ex
Dects soon to build a hnnsn Mrs. Wnlr
I and the tittle boys are in Omaha, xvhero
1 Dwight has been in school. They are ex
pected home in a fexv weeks, as soon as a
, house can be made ready for them.
Before these xvords are put in print,
Rallie Shelter xvill probably have ceased
1 his ''single independence" for he is to be
married in the Canton chutch on Monday
evening, the 28th, to Miss Dattie
Stewart, one of the young ladies of true
: xvomanly characteristics such as make her
1 friends sincerely hope for her a happy life
I in the future as Mrs. Shetler.
I A terrible windstorm, bordering on a
Hurricane, passed over this section Satur
day evening doing no little damage. In
some places it xvas accompanied by hail.
The wind turned over a top buggy for
Perry Ball, carried J. S Thorp's hay rack
several rods and demolished it, blexv the
roof off of part of Neighbor Wallege's
house, raised Mrs. Miller's frame barn
from the ground, tearing it to pieces and
scattering it over the prairie, and othet
xx ise doing damage.
Speaking of the Homestead church re
minds us to say that there are few if any
better Sunda schools in the country dis
tricts in northwestern Nebraska than that
of the Homestead church. A xveek ar,o
last Sunday there xvere sixty-three present
and last Sunday the house would not hold
the people xvho came to attend the Child-
ren's Day exercises. This school xvas or-,
ganized in the home of one of the home
Meaders txvo years ago. and when the
large sod school house was built, the school
moved there and has grown on, steadily
increasing in attendance and interest, xvith
Mrs. Robt. Spoon as superintendent.
All ready the prairie round about is be
coming dotted xvith mounds beneath which
rest the bodies of someone's loved dead,
and we are reminded in these tempestuous, '
trouble-burdened dais that death assurely
comes to the homesteader in wayofl Sioux ,
county, as to the crowded tenement in the
seething city. With forty or fifty school
children enrolled in our school district, a
Sunday school of over sixty persons, and
uiuer prooi mat many people are
now living around us, and many of them
will die here, is it not time and appropriate
that we arrange for a suitable burial place
for our dead?
Hemingford Happenings.
Rapid Johnson from Pine Ridge was in
toxvn rriuay,
M. C. Bloedorn from Columbus xvas
here Thursday.
Brad. Fenner's nexv house is near to
completion uoxv.
Win. Fosket xvent out to Fred Melllck's
to spend Sunday,
Monte Green came up from Alliance on
business Saturday.
Mr. Saurxvain xvent to Crawford on
business Thursday.
Alex Mulrhcad xvent to Alliance Wed
nesday on business.
Miss Jcannetto Mclntyre xvent to Rush
vtlle for a visit last xveek.
Harry Bartlett shipped his xvool to Mr.
Hoxxe at Craxvford Friday.
Frank Exxing is xvorklng for Frank
Nnj?elschneider nt present.
C. II. Tosch from Grand Island xvas
here on business Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jon Kaper visited nt her
home east of toxvn Sunday.
Sadie Hopkins came home from Dixon
Friday to spend the summer at home.
Mclvin Scott is xvorking for tho Central
Lumber company in Lesyle Wolty's place.
Quite a crowd from here xvont to wit
ness tho sale at M. P. Solberg's Thursday.
Mr. Wilkeson and xvife from tho sand
hills camo up to buy some lumber Monday.
W. W. Norton and a party of friends
autoed up from Alliance on business Fri
day. Mrs. Pete Spracklin's brother came
hero from Chicago for a short visit Mob
day. Esther Neeland went to Crete, Nebr.,
Wednesday to spend her summer vaca
tion. R. II. Wagner, a traveling freight agent,
xvas in town Wednesday looking up bust
lness A cousin of A. C. Iverson's folks came
here from Chicago Saturday to spend tho
Tommy Tilkington from Alliance visited
xvith Geo. Hedgecock's, Satutday and
Charley Bushnell xvent to Morrill Wed
nesday to stay for a visit with his brothers
till Saturday.
Mrs Rose Shilling and children from
Deadwood came in Saturday for a visit
xvith her folks.
Lesyle Welty xvas changed to a nexv po
We Get Them
HUTTON, Hemingford
The Old Reliable
Hardware, Harness and Implement Firm
In order to 'make room for new goods will make special
prices on
Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons
Agent for the well known Deeriug Hay Tools and Harvesters nnd J. I.
Case Threshing Machines.
In HARNESS My motto; "How Good; Not, How Cheap."
f Hemingford, Nebraska
I Premiss.
An muniine JHHIHhA with
( in connection .7x1 mt&fmm'iti " c
I Skill
Peter Kicken will do very satisfactory
breaking1 with his new kerosene plow
outfit, near Alliance for the next few
days: Orders may be left at The Herald
sition nt Stirling, Colo.. Saturday. Lesyla
has made many friends during his short
stay here who regretted to see him go.
Mrs. Rustin camo up from her normal
duties Friday to spend Saturday and Sun
day on her claim.
Mr. Anderson, father of Pete Anderson
on the river, died Thursday and was bur
ied here Saturday.
The Hemingford ball toam xvent to Al
lianco to play Sunday, tho game being 6 to
7 in favor of Alliance.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Grommet are tho
proud parents of an olght pound baby boy,
born Thursday, June 34
The ice cream social at Mrs. Charlie
Davison's, Friday night was well attended
and nil roportcd n good time.
Mrs. Lottie Richards, who relieved Mr.
Carey during his absence, left for her
homo at Whitox-ood for a visit with home
folks. Ben and Will Johnson nod Brown
Church xvent out to see their sister and
mother, Mrs. Thorpo, xvho xvas danger
ously sick Saturday night.
Some of the normal girls camo up to
attend tho dance here Saturday night.
Among thoso noticed were Agnes Moravek,
Clara Burri and Leo Rustin.
I xvill soil my ranch, consisting of
530 ncrcs of deeded land and ono
school section. Txvo sections adjoin
ing can bo Bccurcd as homesteads aud
included in tho ranch. Most of tha
land is level and can bo farmed. Im
provements consist of six miles of thtco
xviro fence, txvo windmills and good
wells, supply tanks, txvo fair houses,
etc. Will sell cheap, if taken soon.
$2,000 cash; time to suit purchaser ou
balance, mortgage on deeded land to
bo given as security. Call ou me if
you are interested. Jas. PotmesIl,
Long Lake, Nebr.
3 miles xvest of P. O. 28-3xv
ClydesdaleStaHion forSale
Fred W. Wood has an imported
Clydesdale Stallion xvbich he xvill either
sell or trade for mares or coxv3. Ad
dress Alliance.
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Before ordering anything in the line
of office supplies of traveling salesmen
or mail order houses call up the West
ern Ofiico Supply Co., and let them
shoxv you samples. Phone 58 or 340.
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