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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1909)
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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, OCT, 14, IU09
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THE SAVING HABIT
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
before the SAVINGS HABIT. Stop
and make an allowance for necessary
expenses and then plan to SAVE some
thing on that allowance and the
SAVING HABIT will grow.
The First National Bank welcomes deposits
ot these savings funds. Time certificates
draw interest and are issued for any amount.
First National Bank
1 UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
See the Hew Showing of Ladies' Coats at Norton's.
New Silk Waist Patterns at Norton's.
For Sale or Trade Only hotel in
Hemingford; doing good business.
O'Keefe Bros., Alliance, Nebr. 44-iw
Lost Lady'a dog skin tan glove with
gilt buttons, between depot and master
mechanic's office. Finder please leave
at Herald office.
Lost Strayed from Lisco ranch,
Sunday, Oct. 3, deep bay horse, weight
between 1100 and 1200 pounds, fore
top trimmed. Reward for return or
information. Rev. D. B. McLaughlin.
Lost--Lady's watch and fob. Initial
"H" on fob. Finder leave at Herald
office and receive reward.
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 Countyman or phone 154
Pianos and sewing machines at a
great sacrifice. Prices cut in two for
the neNt thirtv days. Cash or easy
payments. T. J. Threlkeld.
Wanted Girl to assist with house
work. Wages or to attend school.
Mrs. J. W. Thomas, at Herald office.
Chimney Sweep Enquire at the
Mounts & Vinsel barber shop for an
experienced Chimney Sweeper. All
Wanted Two or three carpenters,
thirty cents an hour and board. In
quire at Hemingford postoffice. Henry
Loveland, Hemingfprd, Nebr. 42-tf
experienced unimney sweeper, ah
work promptly and carefully done.
George Muslii. 43
$5.00 Bench made
$4 "CROSSETT" -$3.50
$3.50 "ABBOTT"- $3.00
The Horace Bogne Store
Koxt to ost. Office
We always give
you the Most of
the Best for the
J. A. Berry, Mgr.
Call and see tha new weaves In Dress Goods at
Second-Hand Harness and Saddle for
I have two sets of second-hand har
ness for sale cheap. Also, one second
hand saddle, been out two months, for
35, Call and see me; I carry every
thing for the horse. G. A. Hills, tf
Word comes to Alliance of the ser
ious illness of F. S. Durk of Sterling,
Colo. Mr. Durk was employed in the
shops here a couple of years ago.
Will coma back to you K you spend It at
homo. It Is cona forever If you send it to
tha Mill-Order Housa. A clanca through
our advertising columns will siva you an
Idea whero It will buy tha most.
GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted.
Office in Alliance National Bank Blk
T Over Postoffice. a
'$ 'Phone 391.
Buy a Lady's Sweater at Norton's.
For Sale or Trade
6 BL ACKFOOT, 5
The agricultural area surrounding BLAOKFOOT is
not surpassed, if indeed it is equaled, anywhere.
Enormous yields of grains, spuds, grasses and es
pecially alfalfa, are made, and apples and other fruit
attain the degree of perfection that has made Idaho
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OUR NEXT EXCURSION LEAVES ALLIANCE
Tuesday, Oct. 19th
For full in
WATKINS & FEAGINS
LOCAL PARAGRAPHS as
A Ford runabout, igoS model; good
condition, A bargain if sold at once.
Miss Agnes Rowland made a short
trip to Sterling Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hunter were
Hemingford visitors last week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lawrence were
passengers bound for Denver this week
John Sass is another of our sub
scribers who carried away a premium
water set from The Herald office thi3
Mrs. Jas. McDennott from Grand
Island is visiting her sister, Mrs. U. N.
The little boy of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Simmons is much improved from his
The Daughters of Isabella will give
a card party at the K. C. hall next
E. Essay returned last Friday from
a trip east, where be has been for the
past week buying goods
All people wishing to subscribe for
the high school paper please see the
subscription committee at once.
Mrs. F. W. Lester and Mrs. Claude
Lester are entertaining a large number
of their lady friends this afternoon.
Frank Wallace has been at Wallace
for a couple of weeks overseeing the
erection of new buildings on his farm.
Breakman Walthers has been off
duty the past ten days with a sprained
ankle. He made his first trip out yes
terday. Rev. A- L. Godfrey of the U. P.
church left Tuesday for Ft. Morgan
to attend synod, and will return to
morrow. Mrs. W. S. Acheson, who has been
seriously ill for a few 'weeks, is not
much improved at this writing, but her
physicians feel hopeful for her recov
ery. Mrs. U- N. Hoskins received a fall
on Monday, resulting in a. sprained
ankle and otherwise injuring her, mak
ing it necessary for her to keep her
J. J. Vance and Miss Lura leave
today for a couple weeks' stay in Lin
coln and Omaha, where they will be in
attendance at the National and State
W C. T. U. conventions.
Henry Shiinek of Marsland was a
caller at The Herald office while in
town yesterday, and received one of the
water sets which we are offering those
who pay three dollars or more on sub
scription. Mrs. Cnl. Cox was apreeablv stir-
prised Friday morning upon the arrival
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Townley, and sister, Miss Lily, of
Kirwin, Kans., who expect to spend a
few days visiting her.
Mrs. Ella Haynes has sold her
ranch, thirty miles west of Alliance, to
Mr. Scotty Henderson. Mrs. Haynes
and her son, Dick Wheeler, and family
expect to visit Portland, Seattle and
other points on the coast.
Mrs. James W. Newell arrived from
Omaha last Sunday morning for a
week's visit in Alliance as the guest of
Mrs. Broome. Mr. Newell came up
with her, returning on the next train to
Omaha. He will go over the Wyoming
division on the 1 6th with the pay car,
returning to Alliance Monday and Mrs.
Newell will return home to Omaha.
Since leaving Alliance sometime ago,
Mr. Newell has been promoted to the
head of the Burlington auditing of
claims system and is making good with
the company in the responsible position
Ed, Huffman of Lena, Nebr-, cu
route to Hot Springs, stopped off in
Alliance the first of the week to look
after his land interests in this vicinity.
While in town he mado the purchase
of some of the water tnnkfi, for which
Newberry is famous, to be sent out to
E. J, Darling, living fifty-five miles
northwest of Alliance, who has been
working for Mr. Pederson, the Alliance
cement than, the past six weeks, leaves
for his homestead today. Before go
ing Mr. Darling made sure of getting
all the Alliance news by subscribing
for The Herald
H. N. Gambill of Box Butte precinct
returned last evening from a few days'
visit with his brother, W. ,V. Gambill,
and aged mother who live in the south
part of Cherry county, eight miles from
Seneca. Mrs. Gambill is visiting at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Laura
Soles, at Kimball, Nebr.
Buy your Overcoat at Norton's.
in the season's
r I tin v ' J' "B- '
Barge Brothers, the rustling Hem-'
ingford merchants, know the value of
printer's ink, and accordingly announce I
their big, closing out sale by means of'
a page ad in The Hemingford Journal I
and The Alliance Herald, the two'
papers having the largest circulation in i
the north-central part of the county. I
Prof. Williams of the high school
and leader of the high school orchestra,
has kindly consented to allow the or
chestra play the overtures before and
between acts for the Royal Chef next
Monday night in the opera house- The
Royal Chef company employs its own
professor of music to play during the
show, but the opera house has to fur
nish the overture music.
A party of young people in this city
went out hunting last Sunday and
from all accounts their luck was very
poor. The honors of the crowd goes
to Miss Ethel Nolan, who ha.s the dis
tinction of killing oue duck and one
grouse, the entire results of the hunt.
The party consisted of Messrs. Joe
O'Connor and Sammy Burchell, and
Misses Alice Carlson, Frances and
At the Baptist parsonage Thursday
morning, Oct. 14, 1909, occurred the
marriage of Mr, Irvin Wright and Miss
Myrtle Carlson, Rev. J. M. Huston
officiating. Miss Carlson is the daughter
ot Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Carlson of this
city and has been for a number of
years one of the most efficient em
ployes of the C, B. & Q. railroad,
holding the position of stenographer to
Chief Dispatcher Gavin. Mr. Wright,
who has been an operator in the West
ern Union, will go to Dunning where
he will have charge of the interests of
the Burlington railroad.
There are no more popular or well
liked young people in this city, and
many and hearty are the well-wishes
of their friends for their future hap
You are cordially Invited to call
and inspect samples
HOTEL CHARTERS BUILDING
Men's Suits, largest lint, lowest prices, at Norton's.
Give Yourself the Joy of a New Suit
It's better medicine for the blues than any
thing1 that the doctor can give you, and much
pleasanter to take.
Get one of the new WOOLTEX styles for
fall. They are so smart and up-to-date that
it will bring your spirits up to concert pitch
just to look at them.
A WOOLTEX suit is so beautifully tailored
that the woman wearing- it will unconsciously
hold her head higher and walk better.'
We have a wide range to select from and will
take pleasure in showing them to you whether
you purchase or not.
The Horace Bogue Store
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