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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1909)
Published Kery Thursday by
The Herald Publishing Company.
P. A. !'mukok. I'r a. t.t.ovn ('. Thomai, Sue.
John W. Thomas. Mr.
JOHN V. THOMAS Hrtitor
J. B. KNIEST Associate Editor
Entered at the poMofhco at Alliance,
Nebraska, for tranamtssion through the
malls, as second-class matter.
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance.
THURSDAY. OCT. 14, 1909.
Tor Suprcmn Judge.
I1KNJAM1N V. (1001),
JOHN .T. SUMjIVAN,
JAMES It. DKAN.
Tor ItcKciit of tlio University,
OHAltUCS T. KNAl'l',
HAUNKY K. NBWIIUANCII.
For Oonnty Olork,
JOHN It. KNirMT.
For Oonntjr Treasuror.
I'llED MOM-HI NO.
OAIjVIN M. COX.
For County Judge, j
I. A. IIKHKY.
Fur Siiimrlntt'iidtint of I'uhllo Instruction,
DELLA. M. UKKI).
l)K. 0. W. MITGUKtX.
For County Hurvoyor,
F. K. IIAMIIMN.
Mr, Rockefeller advises tlio children
to try to brighten someone's life. With
Standard oil, wo presume.
Wo are told that in Arctic explora
tion the greatest problem is that of
food And it's also the greatest prob
lem with a lot of people that aren't
seeking the north polo.
Now a scientist bobs up with tlio in
formation that a motor car is the safest
place during a thunder stoiin. This Is
all very well, but it's going to bo diffi
cult for some of us to borrow a motor
car eveiy timo a storm begins to blew.
W. C. T. I). Notes
At the regular smut-monthly meeting
on Tuesday afternoon the Union ex
tended a vote of thank to Ihf ittointifi fv
of llio Fair association, and to Mi.
Geo- Mollriug, the president, in par
ticular, for tht'ir coiiitpn und assist-
PH-ELAN OPERA HOUSE
Monday, Oct 13th
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IF. A. WAOE'5 PRODUCTION
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ETHEL BALCH as "Princess Teto"
Beauty Chorus of 18 young ladies "The Origfna' Broilers"
Prices, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c
Seats on sale at usual pfcee, beg'nning Saturday
anco in providing and helping (0 main
tain tlio rost tent on the county fair
grounds; also to Mr. D. V. Hughosfor
his kind nnd generous treatment.
"Tliis town was dry when wo were
here hofoin." a Indv was heard to re
mark, as a bevy of them scurried out
of the way of a drunken man, who
came reeling out of the doorway of the
postomcc the other evening. Qh, the
disgraced and ruined manhood of those
who indulge in drink! Wo frequently
wonder what must he the feelings of
those who ate so disgraced whan they
regain their sober 'senses. "Woo to
him who givcth his neighbor drink.
Who puttcth the bottle to his lips and
makcth him diuukcu also,"
Mrs. J. J. Vance, state superintend'
cut of L. T. L. work, and daughter
leave today to attend the state con
vention, which meets in Lincoln on the
iSthinst. and also the national, which
will he held In Omaha beginning the
22nd. Mrs. I E. Tash and Mrs. Jen
nio Reed expect to leave Monday mottl
ing to represent the Alliance union at
James J- Hill, builder of the Great
Northern railway, is to deliver an ad
dress to the farmers and visitors at the
National Corn exposition to bo held in
Omaha December 6 to 18. Mr. Hill
says he will present some figures to
show that the west and northwest are
not indebted to favorable seasons and
brute force alone for the good crops
which will be harvested this year. He
is a firm believer in the mixing of
brains with muscle and gives brains
most of the credit, His address is ono
of the big drawing cards of the exposi
tion at Omaha.
The Lincoln State Journal is cer
tainly going after new business when
it offers to send that big daily paper
without Sunday from now until Jan. 1,
1910 for only 50 cents, or with Sunday
for 75 cents. Almost every family in
this state will want to take advantage
of this big cut in price In order to com
pare The Journal with any other daily
they know about. This is just what
The Journal folks want and why it
makes such a cheap price. Its pub
lishers feel that if a family gets The
Journal habit no other paper will ever
fill the bill after that. The Journal is
not only a great newspaper in a strict
news sense, but stands for many of the
principles that are being fought for by
Nohiaskn. It's in the forcfiont of the
battle ngainst the saloon and refuses to
pi hit liquor or pasty medical advertis
ing. Send in a half dollat and sec
what n lot ou get for 011r money
Tlio guarantee to stop the paper when
the time is up.
Get one of those Hobby Ladles' Suits at Norton's.
.im3ss.tw rinw irncaws
Tom Hunsaker is digging potatoes
W. S. A minis was a wost-hound
Supt. O. E. Phillips of Box Butte
county was in town Sunday.
Mrs. Dave Hutisnkar. was an east
bound passenger for Omaha Tuesday.
Miss Josephine Kcndrick was a
Marsland visitor Tuesday and Wed
nesday. Mr- Homrighouscn has purchased
the Fouck property, occupied by J.
Mr. Bennett began digging potatoes
this week regardless of the weather
Willis leaves tomorrow for an
indefinite visit at St. oe and other
Dayton Solleuberger shot nine very
fine ducks Monday, making -a total of
thirty-two this season.
Miss Hazel Furman is taking care
of the interests at the bank during the
absence of Mr. Furman.
On account of the storm of Thurs
day and Friday a number of pupils
were absent from school.
Mr. and Mrs. Aldcn and family
leave Thursday for a visit with rela
tives at Whitman and Hyannis.
Bert Furman, our enterprising bank
er, expects to move into his new town
residence in about three weeks.
Thirteen cars of cattlo were shipped
from this point Monday. Burt and
Tom Furman accompanied the ship
ment. Miss Grace Blessing,primary teacher
of Belmont, was brought to Marsland
Sunday to bo treated for typhoid fever.
Dr. Willis reports the patient doing
Monday Mr. Homrighausen's team
became frightened at an engine, caus
ing thein to unload part of a load of
Kendrick arrived Sunday
from an extended visit to the east. His
many frieuds welcome him among their
L. T. Poole has accepted the office
of director of the Marsland school to
fill the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion of F. R. Bellamy.
Mr. Woody has begun the foundation
for an addition to the drug store. We
are glad to note tho many improve
ments in and about Marsland.
Mrs. Dishman and children atrived
Friday to make Matsland their home.
Mr. Dishman Ihib been here since early
summer and is our energetic blacksmith.
Mr. Burke has moved into the Gor
allman property and will conduct a
meat market and restantant. We are
in need of a business of this character
and believe Mr. Burke to be the man
for the place.
t ANNOUNCEMENTS, t
Subjects, 11 a.m., "Grieve not the
Holy Spirit." 7:30 p.m., Infidelity,
Cause, Consequence and Cure." Mrs.
Harris will sing at both services. B.
Y. P. U. at 6:30. Sunday School at
10 a.m. All are welcome.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Morning theme will be, "A Perti
nent Answer to an Important Ques
tion." Evening theme will be, "A
Mistaken Method of Dealing with
IIKST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
There will be no preaching on ac
count of the absence of Rev. Bogue,
who is in Minden attending synod.
UNITED PRHSnYTERIAN CHURCH
Morning service, "Tho Meaning of
Opportunities." Evening service, "The
1'irst Day Sabbath." We have secured
the services of Miss Lichty as organist.
Closing Out Sale.
The undersigned will sell at public
auction on the southeast quarter of
section 23, T. 26, K. 40, eleven miles
northwest of Alliance, ii miles south
west of Berea, on
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20th, 1909,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. in., the
following described property:
8 Head ok Horses, consisting of
one span of brown mares 8 and 12
years old, one of them bred; one span
of brown geldings 8 and 9 years od;
three two-year-old fillies, one suckling
9 Head or Cattle, consisting of 2
cows, 1 yearling heifer, 1 yearling
steer, 5 calves.
Farm Machinery, etc One Mc
Cormick 7-foot binder, one sulky plow
with breaker attachment, one disc
harrow, one riding cultivator, one steel
lever harrow, one Farmers' Favorite
grain drill, two lumber wagons, one
spring wagon, one hay rack, one De
Laval cream separator, two sets woik
harness, one single harness. About
30 bu. millet seed, 100 bu. barley, 50
bu. speltz, one shoat, several doz.
chickens, 100 bu. or more of little po
tatoes, and many other articles too
numerous to mention.
Free lunch at noon.
Terms op Sale: All sums of $10
and under, cash; on sums over that
amount, eight months' time with in
tetest at 10 per cent from date of sale
with approved security.
W. A. SPRINGER, Prop.
COLS. WU. F0SKET & H. P. COURSEV,
I have just returned from the east where
I have purchased for spot cash some im
mense bargains, and will give the people of
Alliance and vicinity a chance to save some
money on their winter goods.
This stock consists of
Women's Shoes, Underwear,
Flannel Shirts, Coat Sweaters,
Hosiery, Overalls, Pants, Suits,
Hats, Caps, Gloves, and Trunks
and Suit Cases
Come and make your purchases early
1 and get the choice
jha'iAm 1" " jk . . tfl. jHIHh. HHh
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
' f the Orancer Piano Co. We have no in-
strumeiits to dispose of by uncertain methods, but
will make you a straight out salo of Highest Grade Pianos
at Lowest Prices, either for cash or terms to suit purchaser.
Crancer Piano Co.
Box Butte Avenue
of these bargains
Box Butte Avenue
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