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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1909)
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The Alliance Herald.
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of Box Butte county.
ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA 1 THURSDAY, NOV, II, ISI09
1 HE DEA
is what you owe yourself. You are
not doing this when you are not
saving" part of your earnings. Your
savings represent your labor and
really is "STORED LABOR."
" STORED LABOR" is a fund
which gives you advantages when
opportunity' offers. "STORED
LABOR" is a fund which will
carry you over periods of adversity.
Do not draw on your unknown
future, but store against it by de
positing a part of your earnings with
The First National Bank
Fall plowing in small tracts and
gardens done satisfactorily. Call on
Oliver Countryman or phone 154
red. 38-tf- .
We bnild you a bouse in 6 days, all
complete, first-class, 5-rooin size, 22x30,
only $436,000. Call, leave orders, at
ii7 Box Butte Ave. Anderson &
Eight room residence in good town
ip western Nebraska for sale or trade
for land Renfs for 20. Phone 58.
We always give
you the Most of
the Best for the
J. A. Berry, Mgr.
will serve dinner to
parties from 1 to 8 n. m.
Luncheon 1 1 :30 a. m. to
1 p. m. Kindly order a
few days in advance.
Menu will appear in this
paper next week
THOS. V. KELLY j Mgr.
The kind that is good, pure,
rich, delicious and whole
some. After an afternoon
of shopping or exposure to
this raw, fall weather a cup
of our hot soda gives re
newed energy and strength
GEO. T. HAND, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
Carriage and Automobile Robes.
Plush robes are now on sale at Geo.
A. Hills' harness shop. 1 will sell two
patterns for the price of one. I want
to show you my plush robes, they are
the best you ever saw. Don't buy, but
come and look. tf
I have two second hand pianos for
sale at unheard of prices. One of
them used but a few months. Crush nr
easy payments. T. J. Threlkeld.
uv you warn a sewing macmnei' l
can sell you one cheaper than anybody,
Call and be convinced. T. J. Threlkeld.
Wanted Two or three carpenters,
thirty cents an hour and board. In
quire at Hemingford postoffice. Henry
Lovelaud, Hemingford, Nebr. 42-tf
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted.
4-OBice in Alliance National Bank Dlk X
In District Court of Uox Butte County. Ne
braska. In the matter of the application
of J. V. Koano, Guardian of the
estate of William J. Keane, a
minor for permission to sell real
On i reading and flllnjc the petition, duly
verified, of J. V, Kcano, Guardian of the per
son and estate of William J. Keano, u minor,
forliceiiMitMsll thu following described real
estate situated in the counties of Richardson
mid llox JJutto. the land in Richardson coun
ty bolne descried it It Number Three of
the Northwest Quarter of Section Three, and
the North ten acres of the Southeast Quarter
.'.'. u' ,0l'wet Quarter of said Section
'Ihrre, all In Township No. Three, Range Six
teen in said Richardson county.
Tholaiid In Uox HuttHConnty beliiKdcscril
ed us the Southeast Quarter of Section Six
teen, lownshlp Twenty-elKlit. Raniro Fifty,
bald petition asks that said lamia may he
sold and tho proct'eds Invoked In other ways
for tho reason that tho looking uftor tho said
lands and col taction of tho rents therefrom Is
attended with such expense as to make the
said land unprofitable fur suld minor, the said
lands belnu situated ut so great u distance
apart, that some person must b employed to
Initio lift.., tlui t.1..... I.I.I..I. .... '
.. i. ""'" ""- mimes 1.110 expense
of utteudlnx to the collection of routs und
lookini; after said lands very great.
It lstliereforo ordered that tho next of kiu
of said minor, und all persons Interested In
euid estate appear liefore wo at chamber ut
tho lourt House In the cltr of Rushvllle.
t herldan County, Nebraska, on the loth day
of locemler, llwy. ut I) o'clock In the forenoon
and slum cause, if any there be, why the pray
er of said petition should not bocrnutoJ und
license Issued to said J V. Keune, Uuardlun,
to sell said limds for the purpose set forth.
It is further ordered that a copy of this or
der bo personally served on all persons Inter
ested In said eattato at least fourteen days
before the date set for the hearlug, und pub
ilMicd oncb each week for tlireo successive
weeks In The Alliance Herald, a newspaper
printed, publlsheJ and circulating In Hox
Uutte County, Nebraska.
. 1 , i1? Ht tinawoerf In said Sheridan county
this e day of November, IB09.
W. 11. NVestovkh, Judge of
. .. . l,le Ulstrict fourt. Uox
rp Nov,U-8-3w Uutte County, Nebraska.
Mrs. Dr. Hand is unite ill.
Another Picture Sale Saturday, thp
13th, nt Darlings.
W. C English loft yestsrdny for
Chadron on piano business.
Fifty cent framed pictures and
mottoes for 35 cents at Darling's.
C. Bilgen of the .Mounts & Vinsol
barber shop is very sick with tonsilitis.
Mrs. Ella Hawkins and family aro
moving into the J, R Phclan residence.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Libby's address
is now Wciscr, Idaho, instead of Boise.
Fred Brennan went to Mnrsland
this noon to look after plumbing busi
ness. Kalph Thomas has accepted a posi
tion in the postoffice fls special delivery
Mrs. Brice, mother of our towns
man, A. G., is visiting at her sou's
Thirty-five cents buys a half dollar
picture at Darlings next Saturday, the
Mrs Mastrude of Lakeside is in the
city making final proof on her .home
stead. Dr. Campbell and family are moving
into their new modern home near tho
Peter Rubeudall made a business
trip to Madison, returning on 4: this
See the window display of pictures
at Darling's. Special Sale Saturday,
J. C Berry of Reno passed through
Alliance Saturday on his way to
The Daughters of Isabella will meet
in regular session at their hall to
morrow (Friday) night.
Harry Troupe will begin duty at the
Spade store, Ellsworth, Nebr., about
the 20th of this month.
Ernest Young, night clerk at Hotel
Alliance, has been ill for a couple of
days and is temporarily off duty.
Mrs. E. J. Reeve?, who has been
bick since nov. isi wiin a complication
of ailments, is recovering slowly.
Tom Harris and wife of Rapid City,
S. D., spent Sunday with the former's
sister, Mrs. J. A. Hunter, of this city.
The Herald makes weekly visits to"
the home of Mrs. M. S. Jameson,
York, Nebr., since the first of the
J. H. Brown, having moved to his
homestead in the Star ranch neighbor,
hood, orders his Herald sent to less,
Mr. and Mrs. A. C Brice welcomed
a baby girl to their home last Thurs
day. Heretofore the family bad con
sisted of two sturdy boys.
Frank Brown is another Herald
subscriber whoBe name was recently
added to our list. Also, the same may
be said of Joseph Henricks.
Mrs- Dan O'Keefe was called to
Kansas City the first of the week in
response to a telegram announcing the
death of her sister's husband.
John Liska of Dorsey precinct was
at the land office today to make final
proof. He was accompanied by John
Kinsella, who was a witness for him.
"Mine Host" Brown, proprietor of
Brown's hotel, Dalton, and rustling
implement dealer of that enterprising
young town, was in Alliance Monday.
Miss Mayme O'Keefe will entertain
a party of young ladies at dinner at 6
o'clock this evening in honor of her
cousin, Miss Mae Coleman of Clinton,
Mr Coates of the Dolan Fruit com
pany, Grand Island, is in town today
accompanied by H. D. Legget, the
former traveling salesman of that com
pany for this territory.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Barnes received
word yesterday from their son in Los
Angeles that a baby was born to them
and mother and child were in excellent
Miss Nellie Allen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Allen, who has been
sick the past three weeks with typhoid
fever, is slightly improved at this
The names of L. E. Mark, S. Krzyz
nowski and Carl KohrmaD, Alliance,
and Thos. Tuchek antl Chas. Tuchek,
Hemingford, have been added to the
Hcr.ikl's subscription list since our last
issue. They keep a coming, but wc
still have room for more. Now is a
good time to subscribe if your name is
not already on our lie t.
Landlord Drake and Mr. Coats, a
traveling salesman, left this morning
for a few days' hunting in the lake to
gion twenty-five mllos southeast of the
C. V. Wilticy of Homingfortl tins
secured n position with Watson & Wat
son, and is moving his family into
rooms over tho Palace moat market for
Mrs. N. Pedorsoti and little daugh
ter, who have been visiting at the
home of Judge and Mis.- Bullock, re
turned today on No. 44 for their homo
The new Rumer building when com
pleted will be occupied by F. J. Bren
nan, the druggist, and tlio south side
by S. V. Bolte, the jeweler, who is
now located in the piano store.
Miis Hazel Beck spent last week in
Lincoln, where she met her sister, Miss
Inez, principal of the Vnlley, Nebr.,
school. . Together they visited old ac
quaintances and attended the State
Mrs. Jerry Rowan maintained her
reputation as a clever hostess by en
tertaining about a dozen friends at her
home Tuesday evening. Light refresh
ments were served and tho evening
was passed most pleasantly. '
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Barnes returned
Monday from a visit with Mr.
mother at Jefferson City, Mo.
and Mrs. Barnes and daughter, May,
expect to leave in a few days for Los
Angeles, Calif., to spend the winter.
We are in receipt of an invitation to
the fourth annual grand ball of the
InternationalAssociation of Machinists,
Point ot Rocks lodge No- 602, Alliance,
to be held in the Phelan opera house,
Thanksgiving eve, Wednesday, Nov.
Mr. and Mrs. C A. Newberry were
passengers 00 44 today for Omaha,
where Mr. Newberry bad business
matter that required his, attention
They were accompanied by. .Mrs., John,
Rcardon, who will visit in Omaha fpr
Dincen, Rubendall & Young sold on
the street last Saturday two stallions,
as previously advertised, although the
prices realized were not considered sat
isfactory considering the intrinsic value
ot the animals. Jos. Manion purchased
one of them for $445.00 and Mr. Snow
got the other for 275.00.
W- K. St. Helen of Clark county,
So. Dak., is in Alliance today. He
wishes to secure a homestead in this
country, but we think he will have a
hard time getting one, unless he can
find some one who will relinquish or a
claim that can be contested. Land is
getting too valuable in this country to
The two daughters of Wm. Morris,
who were called here to attend the
funeral of their sister, Mrs. Dadny
Crilley, returned to their homes in
North Dakota Sunday. Mrs, A. E,
Swanson goes to Barlow and Mrs- Mc
Cue to Carrington. The ladies re
turned by way of Omaha and Minne
apolis, where they expect to visit rela
B. C Rapp of Moffitt called at The
Herald office today and left a couple
of plunks, which Beta him ahead on
subscription. Mr. Rapp has engaged
in experimental farming to some ex
tent, and finds the growing of white
beans quite profitable, especially as a
sod crop, They do well in his neigh
borhood on cultivated land, but are
particularly profitable on sod, as that
cannot be used for some other crops
which can be grown on old ground.
Mr. and Mrs. John H, Burnette of
Logansport, Ind., came in on 304
Thursday of last week and remained
till Monday noon of this week, visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don B
Waguer. Mr. aud Mrs. Burnett are
step-father and mother of Mr, Wagner.
From here they went to Fort Collins,
Colo., for a visit with Mrs. Nellie War
ren, a daughter of Mrs. Burnette. Mr.
Burnette is an extensive farmer of Cass
county, Ind., and one of the county
commissioners, and could not spare
the time for a lenghty visit in the west,
but expressed himself as being well
pleased with Alliance and what he saw
ot Box Butte county.
NOV. 19 AND 2009
W. E. SPENCER, Secretary
FRIDAY AFTERNOON SESSION '
1 :oo Potato Diseases -----
Dr. II. M. Wilcox, University of -Nebraska
2 :oo Field Management for the Potato Crop
Mr. C. L. Fitch, Fort Collins, Colo.
3:00 Suggestions to Cooks About Cooking (with
." ;j Miss Gertrude Rowan, Lincoln
7:45 Vocation of Women
8:30 Diseases of Field Crops -
SATURDAY AFTERNOON SESSION
Dr. E. M. Wilcox
1 530 The Feeding and Handling of Dairy Stock
Prof. A. L. Haeckner, University of Nebraska
2:30 Management of Land in Western Nebraska
- j Prof. E. W. Hunt, Syracuse
7:45 Commercial Dairying
' 8:30 Agricultural Education
Following each subject there will be 15 minutes for dis
cussion and exchanging of experiences by members of the
Every progressive farmer is anxious to get new ideas
about the growing of crops and. live stock produced on the
The women are equally anxious to become better cooks
and household managers.
The object of the Farmers' Institute is to create new
thoughts along these lines, to promote better agriculture
and encourage the upbuilding of more attractive country
homes; to increase the production and profits and awake an
interest in the important problems of rural life.
These meetings are held under the auspices
of the University of Nebraska and the Alliance
Farmers' Institute Association, and are FREE
Official Vote of Box Butte County, Nov. 2, 1909
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