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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1909)
Voodvard is building a six room one,
and Mr. ttddv lias the foundation
done for his.
On October and a. freight train,
while doing some twitching itt the Dal
ton yards, was run into by anothur
train from the north and five cars de
stroyed. The fact that no one was
injured is due to the quick actions- and
presence of mind of the conductor,
who warned tho two passengers in
time for them to jump.
On Fri Night, Oct. 15
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THUKSDAY. OCT. 7. 99-
STATU TICK i:T.
Tor Buprume Judge,
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JAMKS It. DKAN.
Tor Itwcnt ot the University,
UAItNKV i:. NICWItltANCII.
Tor Comity Olork.
JOHN It. ICNIB3T.
For Oounty Tn-nsuror,
OAhVI.V M. COX.
For County Jurtse,
U. A. IlKltKV.
Tor Superintendent ot Pultllc Instruction,
DKI.LA M. HEED.
I)It. 0. W. M1T0IIKLU
For County Surveyor,
F. K. UAMUMN.
Mr. Bryan has traveled a whole lot
more than 13,000 miles and lie always
pays his way.
Mr, Taft told a Seattle audience that
ho had found an old sweetheart on Ills
western trip. When the next "swing
around tho circle" comes Mrs. Taft
will probably be one of the paity.
If women could vote, tho housewives,
who see tho cost of necessities ad
vancing with no cot responding increase
in their husbands' incomes, would all
Tho trouble between Ballingcr and
Pinchot has disappeared. Hoth of
these gentlemen will swear that their
fcAUlwas-only Pickwickian. Tho gov-
eminent lands are all right. They arc
both to bo conserved and given away,
bo' t lint tho friends of the secretary and
of the forester arc to he both taken
cure of. Tho settlement is solid.
J. C. McCorklo is taking in the Ak-Sar-Beu
at Omaha this week.
Mrs, Agues Morrissey and Mrs. Ar
thur Battlett of Chadron were visiting
Miss Mary O'Kccfo last week.
The Famous reports such tremend
ous sales during Fair week that it
necessitated them ordering a new Btock
ol fall goods.
Tho Crystal has abandoned the air
dome till warmer weather comes again,
and has taken winter headquarters on
Montana street, in tho building former
ly occupied by the Jollo.
Little Francis Hand won out in the
baby voting contest at the Crystal, re
ceiving over 36,000 votes. Frank VV.
Irish came in second with over 30,000,
votes, and Viola Merk third with mora
The Herald is pleased to note that
George Darling is again ablo to give
his personal attention to his business.
He has had quite a siege with sickness,
but now has tiio appearance of being
as well and hearty as usual.
Mrs. II. V. Stillo arrived homo
from Omaha last Thursday where she
had been to visit her little daughter,
who was taken there for treatment
about three weeks ago. She reports
tho little girl much improved.
H. H. Bogue and family arrived
home after an absence of eight weeks,
during which time Mrs. Bogue and the
children visited relatives at James
town, N. Y., and Mr. Bogue journeyed
through England, Germany, Switzer
land, ! ranee mid Belgium. All report
a most enjoyable trip.
Our old friend, Phillip Zocbel, living
north of the city, met with an accident
several days ago, whereby ho sustain
ed a broken collar bone. The jovial,
good-natured Phillip has been compell
ed to carry an arm in a sling as a re
sult, but wo are pleased to know that
he is getting along nicely and will fully
Will be Presented
Wood & Ward's
Famous Musical Comedy
"Two Merry Tramps"
20 Pretty Chorus Girls
Catchy and Ear-teasing
Aii attraction that never
fails to draw crowded houses.
Prices; $1.00, 75, 50 and 25 cents
On Monday, Oct. 18
will be presented the greatest
of all Musical Comedies
A bank in Oklahoma closes its doors
on Tuesday. On WeduesJav tho state
bank commissioner pays off in full 400
depositors of the institution out of the
guaranty fund and the money remain
ing, in the bank, This seems to be
quick work. Tho system adopted by
the state of Oklahoma may not be the
best conceivable for that purpose; but
so iar it lias been successful.
Mr. Taft, ns a private individual,
may preach in whatever church he
chooses to preach in. But as president
of tho United States it would be pru
dent for him to preach in no church,
especially in no church which still
sanctions polygamy. But when Bro.
Smoot, who voted solidly in the senate
with the standpatters, asks him into
pulpit of the Mormon temple, he dares
not decline to preach to that polyga
Peter Arirlprust is digging a cellar
Next Saturday night John Day will
give a masquerade at Armuth Hall.
A, S- Holliday and family, who
formerly lived in Lexington, Ncbr.,
have moved to Dalton aud are getting
Mr. aud' Mrs. Oliver Anderson left
on No. 303 Monday morning for Exe
ter, Nebr., where they intend to re
main for some time.
J. R. Kelley of the Kivett Land Co.,
has been in town all week. With him
. were six meu from the eastern part of
the state who expect to locate here.
J. S. Thomas has secured a big con
tract, work beiug started Monday on a
residence and barn for the elder Eden,
living five miles southwest of the city.
Daltou's new school house has just
been completed, It is a two story, of
frame construction. Dalton and its
friends are proud of it and its con
tractor, J. S. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. Maddox have left for
points in Colorado and the east- They
expect to be gone about six weeks.
M, F: Bodenstab is taking the place of
Mr. Maddox duriug his absence.
There are four new houses going up.
Mr. Andreen aud Ed. Pritchet have
each a four room house, while Mr.
Miss Elsie Calamo began teaching
in Dist. 17 last Monday
Mrs. Lore of this vicinity has been
visiting out in Sioux county for a few
Geo. Key was a caller at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Knapp, oue day
Miss Julia Turner was a caller at the
home of Mr. Key, Tuesday afternoon
of this week.
Mrs. Ella Hashman and family were
callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Stcrkle aud daughter
were Sunday callers at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Turner.
Geo. Key has resigned his position
as mail carrier and Miss Amanda Lore
has taken up the work.
Misses Jessie Key and Kate Sterkle
were buuuay callers at the Misses
Ethel and Fay Hembry's.
Mrs. Ella Skinner aud granddaugh
ter were callers at the home of Mr.
Key, Tuesday of this week.
Miss Amy Hashman has been stay
ing with her sister and family up near
Hemiugford for the past few days.
Miss Elsie Calamo and Miss Fay
Hcmbry were callers at tho home of
Mr. and Mrs. Wismiller, Suuday.
Misses Mildred and Liddy Nichols
were callers at tho home of Misses
Ethel aud Fay Hembry, last Sunday
There will be preaching at the Unity
church every two weeks at 8 o'clock by
Rev. I. E. Nolte, beginning Sunday
evening, Oct. 3.
V. V. Norton of Alliance was a
caller at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Skinner's, one day last week. Mr.
Norton and wife were on their way up
to Hemiugford in their auto.
Bill Johnson, while crossing the new
ly finished bridge with a large load of
lumber, cot stuck in the road on the
opposite side of the bridge and was
compelled to call upon Mr. Key and
his team to pull him out.
Wanted to Rent
An attraction whose fame extends from
sea to sea. Under direction of that veter
an manager, F, A. Wade, who has over
$25,000.00 invested in the show. Twenty
four different sets of costumes are used by
the large chorus of beautiful girls. Splendid
scenic and electrical effects. People in
neighboring towns should avail themselves
of this opportunity for seeiog this great
Prices: $1.50, $1.00, 75 and 50 cents
A young man with family wishes to
rent an improved farm in Box Butte
couuly for 19 to. Cau give references.
Address Frauk Murry, R. F. D. No. 5
Hamburg, Iowa. 43. tf
The marriage of Mr. Monte Bar
graves of this city and Miss Lula De
trick of York, this state,, was solemn
ized Friday, Oct. 1, at the home of tho
bride, and they are now at home in
this city whore they are receiving the
congratulations and well wishes of
many friends. In speaking of the
wedding the York Times says:
At half past four o'clock last Friday
afternoon at the residence of Hon. H.
M. Detrick, 700 East uvenue, occurred
tho wedding of Miss Lula Detrick to
Mr. Monte S. Hargravcs, of Alliance
Only relatives and a few close friends
were invited. Miss Stella Detrick was
bridesmaid and Mr. Hugh Beal of Al
liance best man. Miss Phila Sedgwick
sang "I Love You Truly," and Mrs.
Hiram Detrick plajed the march from
Lohengrin. The bride was handsome
ly attired in a going away gown. Rev.
Thos. F. B. Smith of the Presbyterian
church performed the ceremony. After
the marriage an elaborate dinner was
served, The bride is oue of our most
highly educated and popular young
ladies, and she will be greatly missed
by her many friends hero. The groom
is a successful young business man of
Alliance, where they will reside.
This eminently popular company
closed its, engagement iu Alliance Sat
urday night, greatly to the regret of
play goers generally who wish they
might be able to play a week longer.
The compauy this season is much bet
ter than ever before, both as to num.
bers and capability of all performers in
the caste. There is a double team of
specialties where heretofore there has
been but oue, and the ladies orchestra
is certainly a fine one. Each night
this week the performance by this su
perior company has made a hit with
the audience and it has been months
since there has been a company in the
house that gives such genuine satisfac
tion to the audience and has made so
popular a hit with our people.
The Leading Dealer in
Groceries and Provision
Fresh and Cured Meats
Northwest Corner Box Butte Avenue
and Montana Street
Having returned from my vacation trip, I am now ready to
give my entire time to the sale of musical instruments.
You will find me every day at the Alliance office
of the Grancer Piano Co. We have no in-
struments to dispose of by uncertain methods, but
will make you a straight out salo of Highest G-rade Pianos
at Lowest Prices, either for cash or terms to suit purchaser.
Crancer Piano Co.
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