The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, October 21, 1909, Image 8
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The Herald office was ,fnvored with n call from Gen. Delavan Bates of Aurora, Nebr., who paosod through our city recently. Orvillo Owens of Allianco was n pleasant visitor at tho Lcnohan homo in this city tho (ore part of .tho week. Crawford Courier. Tom Burchell left Inst Tuesday on 42 for Louisville, Ky, and other points south and east. There is n rumor to the effect that he will not return alone. Mrs. E. E. Hislop, sister of Win. Feary, returned to Allianco Tuesday after visiting here for a few days Her husband is foreman of tho Burlington water service at Alliance. Mrs. Feary accompanied her to Alliance, returning liome'tho next day. Mitchell Index. Mrs. Ira E Tash loft Monday, going to Omaha and Lincoln. She will also make her parents in Iowa a short visit. George Muslii, who manufactures Mexican hot tamales, reports a big trade. Ho is nu old hand at this busi ness. Jas. B. Gray is spending the week in and about Binghnm, where the firm of Gray and Guthiie has extensive insur ance business, Alliance council Knights of Columbus aro arranging for nn initiation Decem ber igth. Indications point ton grand time in which hundreds will participate, Mrs. J. W. Rccd left Monday morn ing, going to Lincoln and Omaha as n delcgato to tho W. C. T. U. conven tion. Sho was accompanied by Mrs. C. D. Hall. Anthony Johnson of Broadwater was in Allianco recently and favored The Herald with a call and a renewal of 1)13 subscription. Ho is the ropubli can nominee for county clerk of Morrill county. Wo nro pleased to add tho unmc of Mrs. S. W. Boyd, Los Angeles, to The Herald's list of subscribers. Sho is tho mother of Attorney E. II. Boyd and of course is interested in Allianco happenings. Dorothy Dodd Shoes tor Ladles, at Bogue's. Fred Countryman informs us that ho has a fair crop of beans of fine quality, notwithstanding tho hail that struck his field during tho growing season. Ho expects to go into the, bean growing business on a larger scale than ever next year. Prof. E. W. Hunt and Chas. W. Pugsley, agricultural experts, were pleasant callers here this week. Prof. Pugsley is soil expert for the- Nebraska State University. They came to in spect tho Experiment Farpi east of Mitchell, on which the state and U. S. government nro co-operating. Prof. Hunt expressed himself as much pleas ed with tho location. He will bo one of the lecturers at tho farmers' insti tute to be held iu Mitchell November 15 and 16. Mitchell Index. The enterprising town of Dalton will have n newspaper soon. Harry Milliken, formerly an At lianccito but now of Denver, was trans acting business here (his week. Our friend, Pete Watson, of Curly cama down from Hcmingford in one of Jim Heeler's nutos last Thursday and returned tho next day on 43. The Ladies' Aid society of the First Presbyterian church will be entertained by Mrs. Peter Rubcndall, Wednesday," Oct. 27th, nt 3 o'clock p.m. Cnrl W. Thomns has returned from his trip to Ohio and other eastern points, as mentioned iu The Herald a few weeks since, and has resumed his work as clerk in the postofiico, W aro ploased to learn that F. B. Dismcr is enjoying a big patronage Rincn inkiiif rlinri'n nf tlin Crr.ua ma. tnurnnt about three weeks since. The acco,nPay " night cafe trade is the largest it has ever been at that placo. An automobile party including Father McNamara, Jos. McNamara, Dr. Webber, Chas, Brctiuan, John O'Keefe and J. B. Kuicst, crossed the country to Chadrou last Sunday after noon to attend tho K. C. initiation. Police Judgo Gregory Zuru bauds us a copy of his old homo paper, from Breda, Iowa, which announces the startling news that they will soon have a municipal waterworks system. This is indeed a radical chaugo (for Breda.) from the old-time bung-hole faucet style. C. L. Wilson, a brother of W. M Wilson, tho second-hand furniture and hardware merchant, arrived iu Al lianco Tuesday night with his family, coming from Dcadwood, and will make this city his home. He will assist W. M. in repair work for which he has a big demand. E. G. Adams, a brother of J. K. Adams of The Herald force, arrived today from Fort Dodge, Iowa, having stopped on the way to visit relatives at Carroll, la., and Omaha. Ho is a baker by trade and if there is a suitable opening here will make Allianco his home, which wo shall be pleased if he decides to do, Amos Ellquest returned from Alliance yesterday, being accompanied by Lloyd C. Thomas of the Phillips-Thomas Land Co., with whom Mr. Ellquest had made a trade. He traded to Mr. Thomas his residence property on 1st street in the Logan addition for a 40 horse power Jackson automobile- They returned overland in the machine. Mitchell Index. A Beautiful Life Ended. On Thursday, Oct. 14th, news was received in Alliance of the clont.h tlmf, flnv nf Mrs. Rnannn Mr. and Mrs. Joe Voung rejoice over M Blood ftt ,)er home - Mitchel, Nebr. Not only was the home the recent birth of a son to them. Mrs. F. A. Graves has returned from New York, where she spent tho summer with her parents. Mrs. D. C. Taylor, wife of "Dad" Tayior, formerly of Alliance but more recently of Guernsey, Wyo., was in town this week visiting friends. Anderson & Donovan have opened a cozy little office at 117JS Box Butte avenue, where they will sell land or take ordcrB for the celebrated Aladdin houses. Phillips-Thomas Land Co. receive daily weather forecasts tram the Lin coln branch of tho United States weather bureau. Any ono who will call at their office is welcome to exam ine these reports and the maps which Beit King, a former conductor on tho Burlington and well known former resident of this ciiy, who moved to Boise City, Idaho, about a year ago, has been seriously ill with typhoid fever, but word wns received yesterday by Denny Landrigan stating that King was improving and out of danger, which will bo welcome news to the sick man's many friends in Alliance. Handsome new Drapar les at Bogue's. Rugspeclal: $49 and $1.59, at Bogue's. A Lovely Wedding at Loveland The climax of a happy love affair occurred at Loveland, Colo., on Wed nesday evening, Oct. 13, when Bates F. Copeland of Alliance and Miss Inez Wordman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wi C. Wordman of Loveland, were united in the liolv bonds of matrimony at the residence of the bride's parents- "Doc's" acquaintances hero have been piedicting a wedding as the out come of his frequfint visits to the Col orado city with tho affectionate name, bul he disappointed them so many tinies that when the wedding finally occurred it camo as a surprise after all. He lias a host Of friends who will unite with The Herald in congratulations to him aud best wishes to his bride, and welcome them both to Alliance, where thqy are "at home" after October 20. of her mother and brothers and sisters, Mrs. Vera Krajicek and family, grief stricken, but a pall of sadness was thrown over the community, for Mrs. Blood, who was Miss Louise Krajicek, resid ed in this city from childhood tilL the time of her marriage April 2, 1007, to Roseoe M. Blood. She was born Oct. 1, 1883, hence was twenty-six years and thirteen days of age at the time of her death. She had a large circle of acquaintances who esteemed her most highly, and her unthnely demise brought to their hearts an inexpressible sorrow. Her life exemplified the beau tiful Christian character which she possessed. As a member of the Methodist Episcopal church and the Epworth League she en gaged actively in religious and charitable work, and the whole some influence which she exerted will continue throughout the years to come. "She being dead yet speaketh." For fifty-two days Mrs. Blood was ill with typhoid fever, pneu monia setting in three days be fore her death, making recovery impossible. The remains were brought to Alliance and the funeral was conducted from the home of her mother, Sunday afternoon, Rev. ,T. L. Vallow, pastor of the M. E. church, hav ing charge of the same, inter ment being in Greenwood ceme tery. Relatives from out of Al liance who attended the funeral were Stanley Krajicek, brother of the deceased; Mrs. S. Blood and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Blood, mother, brother and sister-in-law of Roseoe M. Blood. Prof. Hunt Returns Home Prof. E. W. Hunt left on Tuesday for his homo at Syracuse, Nebr. It is not possible at this lime to tell just what bene fit to the country his work here this year has been, but we are of the opinion that it will bo of far greater benefit than many think at present. We arc preparing a statement for publication in the next issue of The Herald in regard to the experimen tation of the past spring aod summer, and a few suggestions as to what is needed to improve agricultural conditions in this country MARRIED Makes a Hit dis- Our sister city, Chadron, was tincly honored at the recent convention 01 uie municipal mayors 01 inc unueu States, held at St. Louis, when Mayor Finnigan, of that city, delivered an in teresting aud intellectual speech on city government. The St. Louis papers printed the address in full, accompan ied with a largo half-tone of Chadron's good looking mayor. Judgo Zurn reports the wedding, at 11 a.m. yesterday, of Mr. Clarence Hill to Mrs. Willie Hill, his honor per forming the marriage ceremony. The groom and bride are two of Alliancs's well respected colored people and have many friends who wish them a happy' married life. They will make their homo at Casper, Wyo. Mexican Hot Tamales Finest that can be made, for sale by George Mushi, 504 Big Horn Ave. De livered promptly to any part of the city. Family trade a specialty. Cottage for Sale "K A four-room cottage, pantry, bath, city water, good barn; located conven ient to business section and the Central school. Will sell 011 easy terms In quire at The Herald office. For Sale or Trade Only hotel in Hcmingford; doing good business. O'Keefe Bros-, Alliance, Nebr. The Home Paper Gives you the reading matter la which you have the greatest in terest the home news. Its every .... ..? . a welcome visitor to every memDer 01 tne iamur. m issue will Drove should head your list of newspaper and periodical subscriptions. J Palace Livery Barn H. P. COURSEY. Prop. (Successor to C. C. Smith) Good turnouts. Courteous treatment to all. Give us a trial; we will treat you right. I KFRO STISON THE PUMPKIN I jt ND the cold, chilly mornings and nights remind us of the coming of the long cold winter. This store, as Usual, is prepared to take care of vour wants properly. Large assortments, quality and low prices, this is the trinity 'that draws trade our way. ' Good goods without extra charge for quality. Y OU can keep the frost off you if you will come here and view this great stock of wearing apparel for Men and Boys. Our lines are complete. After the heaviest selling we ever experienced in Alliance we find some lines broken, which we will sell very cheap. Come and look. SEASONABLE B A R 3 A I N S 1 1 The best sheep-lined Coat with wombat collar, extra heavy, wear guaranteed, $5.50 Douglas' heavy box calf shoes, extra soles, calf lined, with waterproof soles, only $3.50 i Why pay $5 ? ? 5 pairs Canvas Gloves for & c j(J Heavy 2 for 25c Sox, now $1.00 Dozen Good calfskin mittens for men, lined men, cAr Men's Corduroy Pants good wearers $1.50 100 pairs Boys' regular cut knee Pants, sold up to 75c, your choice 39c We have 20 Cravenette Coats that sold for $12. 50, closing them out at $8.85 Wool-Mixed Sox, airs for 2 pairs - 50 pairs Bovs' Shoes. worth $2.00, now on sale $1.65 Special Hat Sale 50C Underwear Heavy brown ribs, also black - and the heaviest fleece lined, sizes up to 46 We have just received a lot of black hats, some worthl$3.50, none less than $2.50, our price for 10 days . . ALL SHAPES OUIIIC $2 Genuine leather cow hide Suit Cases, $5.00 Boys' Heavy Fleecerj Underwear, " 25c Hen's Outing Flannel Shirts 50 cents Sargent's horse hide union made gauntlet glove $ I apairs canvas 9 c r gauntlet gloves At & Big Line of Sweater Coats Rightly Priced See the Clothing' of r-HART SCHAFFNER & MARX THE ALCO SYSTEM -STERLING FINE CLOTHES THE FRANKLE SYSTEM THE PROGRESSIVE We pick out the best values in these lines and pass them on to you --at low prices I We bought 100 BOYS' SUITS with regular cut pants, all sizes, at . ' .JH 25percentdiscount,and -H we will sell them the same way & j jj jv 1 I We are especially strong on Men's Overcoats Dandies at $12.50, 15.00, 18.00, 20.00, 25.00 We invite comparison on these goods. 400 to choose from GET YOUR I J TICKETS J 1 The Famous One-Price Clothing House DAYLIGHT STORE DAYLIGHT METHODS " Hn. Si --sr v igMNfr' "-T F&g? MtO$MH"