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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA J THURSDAY, OCT, 28, 1909
If you expect to travel
do not carry money but carry our Letter
of Credit or Traveler's Cheques.
They bear your identification and are
readily replaced in case of loss.
Use Drafts issued by 'The First
National Bank in place of Postofftce
or Express Money Orders. They cost
less and duplicates can be obtained in
case the original is lost.
Our Drafts are payable any place in
the United States, Canada, Mexico
or Cuba. We issue Foreign Drafts pay
able any place in the World.
The First National Bank
UNITI3I STATES DJSlOSIXOIfcY
Fall plowing in small tracts and
gardens done satisfactorily. Call on
Oliver Countryman or pnone 154
Lost A black plume between Chey
enne Ave. and Bogue's store on Wyo
ming Ave- Reward. Mrs. C Feagius.
Phone 457. wwwwww. 45-2t
Eieht room residence in good town
', v in western Nebraska for sale or trade
for land- Rents for 20. Phone 58.
We always give
you the Most of
the Best for the
J. A. Berry, Mgr.
We are holding our reputation in the
very identical way in which we ob
That is by giving our customers the
very best of service all the time.
It has taken years of hard.conscientions
work to build up our business and it
is not likely we will do anything to in
jure our reputation now.
A good thing for jou to remember.
GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted.
f KREAMER& KENNEDY!
t DENTISTS. $
4-OUice in Alliance National Bank Blk t-
Over Postoffipe. v
4- 'Phone 391.
Geo. W. Andrews, Magnetic Healer,
of Scottsbluff, Nebr., will be in Alliance
from Monday noon until Wednesday
noon of each week at 308 Big Horn
avenue. iw 46-2t
Wanted Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping or small furnished house.
Address H. O. Gibbs, Gen. Del. Al
liance. .wwwwwww, 46-1 w
Lost Tan riding bridle, Thursday
night, Oct. a 1. Finder please return
,b the owner, Fred Countryman.
Wanted Woman with small child
ren to keep house for widower and
child. Address, Box 7G1, Alliance,
Expert Furniture Polishing
Persons having furniture that they
want polished in best possible manner
may leave orders for me at the Youn
kin hotel. Phone 161. Polishing
pianos a speciality. C. W. Brown.
At 3 o'clock p.m., Saturday, Novem
ber 6th, 1909,
AT ALLIANCE, NEBR.,
EGYPTO, the great Imported Per
cheron Stallion only 6 years old; a
handsome black fellow, weighing around
1800 pounds- This horse is one of the
best foal getters ever brought to this
state and will be sold under a good
guarantee, is perfectly sound and was
bred by M. Bourdin of the Department
of Orne in France and imported to this
country by Louis Claussen of Minonk,
Dexter, this is an exceptional fine
individual of the Belgian breed and is
true to type, 9 years old and u bright
bay in color, will weigh around 1700
pounds. This horse has proven him
self a good foal getter and will be sold
under a good guarantee.
Do not fail to attend this sale, which
will be held at the bank corners in Al
liance, Nebr., on the date above given.
Remember we don't invoice stock when
we put it up to sell, WE SELL IT and
if you wish to buy GET READY AND
Terms: Cash or bankable paper.
DINEEN, RUBENDALL & YOUNG,
R. M. Hampton, clerk. Owners
Will Begin on Time
The management of the Lyceum En
tertainment Course, the first of the
five numbers of which will be given at
the opera house tomorrow evening,
have decided to give the good people
of Alliance a practical lesson in being
prompt at public entertainments. The
orchestra will begin playing at eight
o'clock sharp, and the curtain will go
up at 8:15 whether the audience is
present yet or not.
Death Claims a Shining Mark
Occasionally a death occurs which, on
account of the prominence ot the person or
the general estimation in which held, casts
a gloom over the entire community. Such
was the case when news reached Alliance
by wiro ot the death ot Mrs Danny Crib
ley at Helena, Mont., last Saturday after
noon. Cut down by the fell destroyer in
the bloom of young womanhood and the
love of young wifehood, when hopes were
high for a life of happiness and usefulness,
the sorrow of the bereaved husband and
relatives is beyond expression.
Alice Bridget Morris was born at lim
mcttsburg, la., Feb. 2, 1891, and was 18
years, 8 months and 21 days of age at the
time of her death. With her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Morris, stie catno to Al
liance nine years ago, and attended the
city schools hero till last year, and was
much loved and respected by her school
mates, who sincerely mourn her early de
mise. December 14, 1908, she was mar
ried to Danny S. Crilley at Billings, Mont.
Their home was at Helena, where her
death occurred as above stated.
The remains were brought to Alliance
on Tuesday, and the funeral held on Wed
nesday morning at 9 o'clock at Holy Ros
ary Catholic church. Requiem High Mass
was sung by Fr. McNamara, the Francis
can Sisters having charge of the choir,
after which interment was made in Holy
Rosary cemetery. Flowers in profusion,
testifying of the love and esteem of many
acquaintances were sent from Helena and
Billings, Mont., by the Knights of Colum
bus lodge of Alliance, by the young men
rooming in the Newberry block, and by
the senior class of the Alliance high school,
of which she would have been a member
had she continued in school. Twenty
seven of the senior high school students
marched in a body to the church to attend
the funeral. The pall bearers were Harry
Reardon, Joe O'Connor, Cecil Smith,
Walter Buechsenstein, Fred Carlson and
Card of Thanks
To the many friends who have so kindly
expressed their sympathy for us in onr be
reavement, and have shown their sym
pathy by their many acts of kindly as
sistance, we extend our sincere thanks,
with a wish that the sorrows of theirlives
may be mitigated by sympathies and
friendships no lets true.
Danny S. Crilley,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Morris
and Brothers and Sisters.
I ANNOUNCEMENTS. $
Topics of Sunday sermons: rx a.m.,
"Unspotted Before the World." 7:30 p.m.,
"The Pcwer of the Gospel." B. Y. P.' U.
at 6:30 p.m. All will be made welcome to
any and all of our services.
ALLIANCE CIRCUIT, M. E. CHURCH
Rev. I, E. Nolte, pastor, announces
that on next Sunday he will preach at the
following places: Fairview at n a.m.
Berea at 3 p.m.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
The morning subject will be, "A Per
petual Law." Evening theme, "A Fight!
ST. MATTHEWS EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
Holy Eucharist at 8 a.m. Morning
prayer and sermon at n a.m.
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Preaching next Sunday by Rev. A F.
Bundy, S. S. missionary. Morning topic,
"Christ's Temptations; Their Relation to
Him and Their Relation to U."
A Few Water Sets Left
We have on hand a few of the water
sete which we offered as a premium to
persons who paid three dollars on sub
scription to The Herald. It is not our
intention to order any more of these,
or anything else in the line of mer
chandise, to offer as premiums; but
while they last we will give them out
on the proposition made last summer,
a glass pitcher and six tumblers to
each subscriber paying three dollars or
more on subscription at one time.
Having just received three dollars
on subset iption from L. C. Hayes,
Marsland, we are sending him a set by
express. Others will be given out in
the order that three dollar payments
are received until we have disposed of
the few that are left.
)mb local paragraphs (
C. G, Parks of tho Crancor Pinna
Co,, is in the city on business.
Tickets for tho Lyceum Entertain'
incut Course on sale at Holstcn's.
W. H. Thomas moved' hisfiunily
into their new residence near tho high
Mr: Spencer, malinger of tho Cen
tral Lumber Co., of Hentingford; wns
an Alliance visitor Tuesday.
The name of E." J. Darling, Ash
brook, was recently added to Tho Her
ald's list of Sioux county snlracrihersr
jhtiles T. Reed loft this morning for
his homestead nine miles from Bridge
port, making the trip with tonm and
We arc pleased to noto that Mrs.
W. S. AchcBon is sufficiently recovered
so that she is nblo to sit up much of
E, A. Strand, 319 Big Horn avenue,
U ouo of tho now subscribers to The
Herald whose name was placed on our
list within the last fortnight.
G J. Burke has moved his office
from the rooms over tho Alliance Shoe
Storo to Phclau & Black's offico in tho
basement of the opera houso block.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Springer nro
now residents of Alliance, having
moved in froth their ranch last Friday.
They aro located at 509 Missouri Ave.
Mrs. J. Anderson and daughter,
Mrs. Clyde Brown, of Buffalo, Wyo..
visited the former's sister, Mrs. J. A.
Mallery, the first of the week. They
were returning from a visit in the cast
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. David of New
ton, Kans., parents of Mrs. Highland
and Mrs. Holloway, returned to their
home Monday after a week's visit with
their daughters. They may conclude
to return to Alliance to locato permanently.-
Yesterday Clarence W. Zurn filed on
a six hundred acre homestead fifteen
miles east of Alliance, His father,
Judge Zurn, accompanied him on his
trip of inspection to the claim, nnd
will assist him iu stocking tho place
and thaking it a profitable ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Reeves arrived tho
first of the week on their return from
their western trip, nnd report having
iiad a very pleasant trip while away.
They spent a month in Los Angeles,
and visited Salt Lake City, Denver,
Colorado Springs, and other places of
Geo. W. Wiltsey, brother of C E.
Wiltsey whose ranch is six miles cast
of Hemingford, removed with his
family to Box Butte county within the
last few months, and is now planning
to come to Alliance to reside if he can
rent a house. He was in town this
week to make arrangements.
The name of F. Myers was added
to The Herald's subscription list since
the last issue. Mr. Mvers, who is now
working for the Forest Lumber Co.,
came to Alliance last June from Mount
Vernon, III., and his family arrived
about the first of the month. They
reside at 724 Sweetwater avenue.
R. C. Strong, wife and son returned'
the first ot the week from a month's
trip to the coast, visiting first nt Seat
tle, then Portlaud, Los Angeles, Salt
Lake and Denver. The trip was the
more enjoyable as they were accom
panied by J. F. Strong, wife and son
of Lakeside, who returned Tuesday.
M. D. Nichols found his shoe shop
in the car which has been standing on
the north side of The Herald office too
small for his increasing business since
installing the Champion Quick Repair
machine, consequently moved this
week to the Alliance Shoe Store, in the
rear of which he has a commodious
room for his work.
George Carrell of Hemingford, who
recently launched out into the real es
tate business, passed through Alliance
last Friday in starting on a trip to
Iowa. He had soma business along
the North Platte valley, hence went
via Bridgeport, expecting to get a train
from theie to North Platte over the
Union Pacific's new branch line,
John Jeliuek and sou, John, came
down to the comity seat last Friday
from their farm near Hemingford.
Mr. Jeliuek is one of The Herald's sub
scribers who believe in keeping their
subscriptions paid ahead. Although
his lime had not yet expired he called
The agricultural area surrounding BLACK
FOOT is not surpassed, if indeed it is equaled,
anywhere. Enormous yields of grains, spuds,
grasses and especially alfalfa, are made, and
apples and other fruit attain the degree of per
fection that has made Idaho famous.
Our next excursion
For tull information see
Office with Watkins & Feagins
nt our office and left a dollar and a
half which sets him considerably more
than n year ahead.
Elijah A. Watson writes us from
Chadron, ordering his address for The
Herald changed from Allianco to that
city, as he is located there for tho
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Achcson, pnrents
of W. S. nnd I. L, Achoson, arrived
this morning from Allcrtou, Iowa, ex
pecting to make nn extended visit with
Mr. Brown of tho firm of Brown &
Griffin, real estate agents, Cairo, Nebr,
was transacting business in Alliance
last Friday in connection with the
Phillipp-Thomas Laud Co.
H. W. Stille is taking n ten days'
leave of absence from his work in the
car repair department, and is devoting
the time to building a houso on his
claim near Cleman, twenty. five miles
southeast of this city.
On Mondav evening Mrs. H, H.
Boguo entertained a number of young
people at her home in honor of her
friend, Miss Eloise Dclayo of Houston,
Texas who has been spending the
summer in Alliance. A beautiful
luncheon was served at the close of
the evening. Miss Dclayo departed
for her home yesterday much improved
in health for which she camo in quest.
Chas. Tiernan of Malinda was in
Allianco Tuesday and favored The
Herald office with a call, leaving the
UBiial amount of a dollar and a half on
subscription. We are always pleased
to have our subscribers call when in
town, whether they have anything to
pay on subscription or not, but every
dollar left on subscription helps to pay
for ink and paper and hired help and
other expenses incurred iu publishing
a live newspaper,
Prof. H. H. Rcimund, last year
principal of the Alliance high school
but this year superintendent of the
Crawford city schools, called up The
Herald editor over long distance tele
phone yesterday and gave us some in
teresting information. He says lie is
enjoying excellent health and getting
along nicely with his school work.
Following the example of Alliance high
school, Crawford high school will soon
begin the publication of a high school
periodical to be named "The Butte."
Bills were printed last week an
nouncing a horpe race on the fair
grounds Sunday afternoon, but when
the matter came to the attention of the
officials of the county fair association
they said, "Nit." They seem to think
that if people indulge in horse racing
on Sunday, they have a right to do so,
providing they go to some place suffi
ciently secluded to not infringe upon
the rights of others, but that to pull off
an entertainment of that kind on the
fair grounds would be nn injustice to
many persons to whom it would be
offensive besides that kind of a thing
will leave Alliance
would hnvo n tendency to give Allianco
a reputation in 11 class with our neigh
boring town of Crnwford, for which tho
people of this city have no desire,
Much ctcdit, we think, is duo Secre
tary Enrl D. Mallery for his prompt
action iu this matter,
T. J. O'Kecfo is one of tho number
to catch the Idaho fever, and left to
day for a two week' viBit to that state.
Mr. and Mth, R. W. Birnov wero
called to Crawford yesterday to attend
the funeral of their sister-in-law, Mrs.
Harry N. Birney, which is to be held?
at that place today. It wil bnrcmem")'j
Uered that Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bfrney '
wero married and spent their honey
moon in Alliance some three years ago.,
A little child of two years is left tho
sorrowing husband. -
We are pleased to noto that Col. H.
P. Courscy is making an excellent start
as an auctioneer. Tiie sales which he
has conducted, or assisted iu crying,
have been very satisfactory to tho
parties selling, At the salo of W. A. '
Springer on Wednesday of last week
everything sold well. The horses sold for
E.T. Kibble recently sold for more thart'
a hundred dollars more than they had
been offered for at private sale. Of
course the colonel feels somewhat swell
over his success, and we don't blame
Joined the Excursion to Idaho
A party of seven Alliance and Heming
ford people, consisting of Dr. and Mrs.
Single and Mr and Mrs. Chase Feagins of
Alliance, and Messrs Snyder, Luke Phil
lips and Geo. Iledgecock of Hemingford,
joined the excursion to Biackfoot, Idaho,
on the 19th inst. They were accompan
ied by Mr. Marks of Omaha, brother of C.
E. Marks of this city. We are informed
that they were very much pleased with
what they saw in that state, and that most
of them invested in real estate there. On
their return Dr. and Mrs. Slagle visited
Ogden, Salt Lake City and Den ver.
The one place in
town where you
can buy really
go o (1 chocolates
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