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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA? THURSDAY, OCT, 7, lJ09
THE SAV1NU HABITI
Be systematic in your SAVING- and
in time it will become a HABIT. It
is easy to spend money, so easy that
the SPENDING- HABIT is acquired S
S before the SAYINGS HABIT. Stop
and make an allowance for necessary
expenses ana xnen pian to 2. v hi some
thing on that allowance and the
SAVING- HABIT will grow.
The First National Bank welcomes deposits
of these savings funds. Time certificates
draw interest and are issued for any amount.
First National Bank
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Furnished room for rent. Phone 630.
Lawn Swings at The Gadsby Store.
FOR SALE My residence, 715
Cheyenne Ave., strictly modern, fur
nace and bath; easy terms. Dr, E. C.
Fall plowing in small tracts and
gardens done satisfactorily. Call on
Oliver Countryman or phone 154
Chickens that will make money for
you are those that have or are from an
egg-producing family us the number of
eggs they lay is what makes the money.
I have a few White Rock cockerels
and White Leghorn cockerels for sale
at ? 1. 00 each. These are from pute
blood Iowa stock and from an egg
producing family. These cockerels
are April chicks. Fred Mollring. 40-4
Pianos and sewing machines at a
great sacrifice. Prices cut in two for
the next thirty days. Cash or easy
payments. T. J. Threlkeld.
For Sale Exceptional proposition
in an irrigated farm in the Platte val
ley for one who desires to exercise
homestead right. Address P. O. Box
For sale i-i-room house, nicely ar
ranged for roomers or boarding house.
Inquire at the place, 210 East Dakota
St., one block east of Watson's store.
Mrs. D. U. Hills.
Wanted Girl to assist with house'
work. Wanes- or to attend school,
Mrs. J. W. Thomas, nt Herald office.
Do you want a sewing machine? I
can sell you one cheaper than anybody.
Call and be convinced. T. J. Threl
keld. Wanted Girl at the Triplett board
ing house, 415 Laramie ave.
Legal blanks at The Herald office.
We have a full line of conveyancing
blanks, just received from the printer,
and revised up to-date.
I have two second baud pianos for
sale at unheard of prices. One of
them used but a few months. Cash or
easy payments. T., J. Threlkeld.
Before ordering anything iu the line
of office supplies of traveling salesmen
or mail order house's call up the West
ern Office Supply Co., and let them
show you samples. Phone 58 or 340.
For Sale A fine hard coal stove for
sale: cost S60 new; will sell for $20 if
sold soon. Inquire at this office.
Second-Hand Harness and Saddle for
1 have two sets of second-hand har
ness for sale cheap. Also, one second
hand saddle, bean out two months, for
$35. Call and see me; I carry evety
thing for the horse. G. A. Hills, tf
For estimate on cement walks, ce
ment blocks and all kinds of conarate
work, see J. J. Vance, Wqgt Lawn,
Alliance, Nebr, 39-tf ,
I7JTT I T i t 1
We always give
you the Most of
the Best for the
J. A. Berry, Mgr.
GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glosses fitted.
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Alliance National Dank Blk X
Over Postoffice. .j-
To All Water Users
All water rents must be paid at city
hall to" Gregory Zuru or the under
signed between Oct. iotli and 20th of
Oct. No further notice will be given.
All services will be turned off after
Oct. 20th aud $1.00 charged for turn
ing water on as per ordinance.
J. H. Carlson,
Water and Street Commissioner.
Chimney Sweep Enquire at the
Mounts & Viusel barber shop for an
experienced Chimney Sweeper. All
work promptly arid carefully done
Gqorge Mushi. 43-tf
Wanted Two or three carpenteis,
thirty cents an hour and board. In
quire at Hcmingford postoffice. Henry
Loveland, Homingford, Nebr. 42-tf
For Sale or Trade
A Ford runabout, 1908 model; good
Condition A bargain if fspld at once.
Last weok we ptcsentcd Tho Herald
readers a photogravure of Cal. M. Cox,
democratic candidate) for sheriff, whoso
election is now generally conceded.
This week we give a cut of John B.
Kniest, candidate for county clerk. He
has been a tesident of Box Butte couu
ty for the past seven years, and all this
J 11 KNIEST.
time has been in the employ of Tho
Alliance Herald, where he has held the
position of foreman and associate edi
tor. Mr. Kniest has the ability to ac
ceptably fill the position for which he
has been selected. Every person who
knows John Kniest knows him to bo
one of the most industrious aud hard
working men in the county, who is
held in respect by every one with whom
he comes in contact, a man who has
been deserving of any office in the
county, but who never asked for politi
cal preference, but when the call came
from the central committee he promptly
agreed to make the race. Mr. Kniest will
not have time to see every voter in the
county, as his duty to his employer
and greater duty to his family necessi
tate his putting in every moment ho
can in the office of The Herald, but we
do not think a canvass of the county
will be necessery as he has a host of
friends who will see to it that lie re
ceives enough votes to give him the
I RAILWAY NOTES AND PERSONALS.
W. J. Mohoney is a new man in the
Eben Smith from Grand Island is a
new employe in the yards here.
Chas. Kettier of the mechanical de
partment has resigned and gone to
W- R. Hull, one of the Alliance
crack baseball players, is a new em
ploye in the round house.
Fireman W. A. Townley of the high
line has been transferred to the run be
tween Seneca and Ravenna.
Engineer Frank Wilson is enjoying a
short visit from his mother, who came
up from Missouri Wednesday.
E. O. Cool has resigned his position
on the road and is now engaged in the
plumbing business with E. W. Ray.
Geo. Rathburn has been assigned to
the cast end local freight run and
makes his headquarters iu Ravenna.
Dispatcher A. J. Welch is slightly
under the weather and is laying off.
Extra Dispatcher Coleman is working
R. C (onston aud F, A. Brooks are
luo new fiiemen who were transferred
here from Wymore. They made their
first trips to learn the road Monday.
Machinist Abe Burchell had his
right eye burned with a red hot piece
of bteel Wednesday morning, The
wound is not dangerous but very pain
ful. Dispatcher Joe Mifka has returned
from his trip to Chicago, where he was
called a few days ago owing to the ser
ious illness of his mothur. Ho reports
her much improved.
The bridge aud building department
have finiiliud work on the bridge noar
Berwyn and the pile driver has been
brought to Alliance. Jack Ward aud
Lou Mark are again in the freight pool.
Brakaman Tom Borkohymer, Who
has beau spending the summer in the
east on account of his wife's health,
came baak the first of the week and re.
signed from tho service. They will
make their home in Council Bluffs,
where Tom will follow his old trade,
cornice making, Their many friends
regret very much to see theso good
pcoplo leave Alliance.
Telegraph offices have been opened
nt Rutland, aud Linscott. Litchfield
aud Broken Bow have been mado con
tinuously opened telegraph offices, ow
ing to tho great amount of business
being handled at present.
The Chicago-Denver Limited, Known
as No. 6, was dctourcd via Alliance on
account of a burned bridge near Tren
ton Sunday night. Another bridge
burned west of Holdregotho samo day,
causing tho McCook more trouble.
Engineer Geo. Hicks has recovered
sufficiently from his injuries received
in the collision at Hazard to work, and
has again taken his run between Raven
na and Seneca, Engineer Huston,
who had his ankle sprained at the
samo time, has not yet returned to
Brakcman E E. Leintz met with a
very peculiar accident in Ravenna last
Friday. Whilo scuffling with n friend,
in sotno way ho broke one of tho arter
ies in his neck which immediately be
gan to bleed internally. Two doctors
wero called and they had to put Mr.
Leintz under tint influence of chloro
form and make a cut in his neck to
stop the bleeding.
An extra freight, west bound, struck
tho rear end of tho local freight at
Ardmore Wednesday evening, wreck
ing the way car aud about a dozen cars
of the local and causing the doath of
C. J- Mcycs of Grand Island, a travel
ing man, apd slightly injuring another
traveling man of Seattle, Wash. Tho
remains of Meycs were brought to Al
liance on No. 3G and relatives notified.
The local, in charge of Conductor Bur
right and Engineer Dietlcin, was doing
their station work at Ardmoro aud tho
crew was doing some switching, pre-
paratorTto picking up Mr. Birdsell's
car, when the accident happened. The
extra was in charge of Conductor Mijlcr
and Engineer Gordon. None of the
train or enginemen were injured'
At the home of Mr, and Mrs. F. E.
Holsten Saturday evening, October 2,
occurred a very pretty wedding when
Joseph F. Smith and Miss Barbara C.
Jelcnek were united in marriage, Judge
Berry officiating'. Only a few of the
most intimate friends were present.
Mrs. Smith is well known here, hav
ing been one of our telephone girls for
the past several months, and if judging
from her prompt and efficient services
at the office has anything to do with
her housekeeping duties, she will sure
ly make her husband a very helpful
As for "Joe," he has been here too
long to need an introduction to our
people, having been foreman of Hoi
sten's soda department lor several
years. He is a gentleman in every
sense of the word and one whom theAl
liance people will always be glad to
For tho present Mr. aud Mis. Smith
arc located in rooiqs over the Holsten
drug store, where they will be at homo
to their many friends, who, with The
Herald, join in beet wishes aud con
gratulations. Two Merry Tramps
A treat seldom offered the theatre
going public is in store for them when
those famous, funny fellows, Wood &
Ward, are to be seen here in their
everlasting singing, tinging, torn-fooling
musical farce, "Two Merry
Tramps," which they have appeared in
for the past eleven seasons. This year
it has been all rcwritton and revised
with new, catchy music, all of the
whistling kind. The production con
sists of twenty people, which includes
a dainty chorus of pretty girls, gor
geous gowns, twelve big ensemble
singing selections aud all of tho oar
teasing Iiiud, goes to make this attrac
tion the succrss it is. Their appear
ance here will he Friday, Oct. 15.
Claude Lester loft Tuesday morning
for Crawford to bo in attendance at the
Dawes county fair. From there he
goes to Harrison and up to Wyoming
to attend similar fairs,
in the season's
You are cordially invited to call
and Inspect samples
HOTEL CHARTERS BUILDING
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I ANNOUNCEMENTS, f
ALLIANCE CIRCUIT, M. B. CIIUKC1I
Rev. I. E- Nolte aunoinces that ho
will preach next Sunday as follows:
Camp Lako at 11 a.m. and Valley at 3
FIKST PRnSUYTEIIIAN CHURCH
Services as usual. Morning topic
"Prisoner of tho Lord." Evening
topic: "The Taking of Babylon."
Mrs. A. R. Bailey of Valentine,
president of tho Women's Missionary
society, Box Butte Presbytery, will
address the ladies in the First Presby
terian church Tuesday evening, Oct.
1 2th, at 7:30 o'clock,
The Ladies' Aid society will meet in
tho church parlor Wednesday, Oct. 13,
at 2 p.m.
UNITED PHESUYTERIAN CHURCH
Morning service as usual. -In the
evening the pastor will preach on the
subject, "Sabbath Observance from the
New Testament Standpoint."
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH i
Preaching by the pastor, morning
and evening as usual. The evening
theme will bo: "Some Post-Pentecostal
Problems in Sociology."
Preaching by pastor, n a.m., re
You will like tho still .shorter
effects, the new tips, and the
rich tones of the leather. The
perfect taste of each Red Cross
style, and tho extremely short
appearance they give your foot,
make them strikingly attractive.
Come in and got style and com
fort. It bends with your foot.
$3-75 to $4.50
fllh inli I l
port of state convention at Lincoln.
7:30 p.m., "Thy Kingdom Come."
Mrs. Burris wilt sing morning 'and
Don't-fail to readthe-cohimn-"SdveVt
tiscment by the Phelan Opera House ,
on another page of this issue iu which
attractions for October aro set forth.'.
Tho Two Morry Tramps for next Fri
day night, Oct. 15, is un attraction
tint has never failed to crowd tho
house. The great musical comedy,
"Tho Royal Chef" is to be hero on
Monday, Oct. 18. It is an ngrecablo
surprise for the management that this
great company consented to play hero
this season, it being a company that
has never before played in a city smaller
than Omaha, but it is promised that
the regular production will bo put on
here the same as iu any city. Those
from neighboring towns desirous of
witnessing the great attraction will do
well to arrange for coming to Alliance
on Monday, Oct. iS. t
Mrs. Ray Dietlcin ot Crawford spent
several days iu Alliance last week. She
was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Morris, aud making arrangements
to have her piano and other belongings
moved to Crawford, where Ruy haB a
new cottage all readv for housekeeping,
Mrs. Shut man Buck held tho lucky
card that drew the five dollars at the
Famous drawing Saturday nftornoon.
Her card was within five seconds of
the correct time.
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