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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1909)
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Ncjj,t Sunday will be observed as
ChrytiuaB Suuday, wiUi sermon in the
moruttig suitable to the occasion. In
the evening the choir vi furnish spa
cialmuslc. The eveninc will be given
largely to music. Thfb pastor will de
liver a short address and the ordinance
of baptism will be administered. All
will be made welcome.
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FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Moraine topic for next Sunday,
"Honesty." In tb evening there will
be a special song service with short
, . UNITED TRESDYTERIAN CHURCH
'Services morning and evening as
usual. Everyone made welcome.
METHODIST BP1SC0FAL CHURCH
Services throughout the day as usual.
Special music both morning and even
ing. Topic in morning. "The Broken
Rimtvis ti llackfwt
H. E. Jones came down from Hem
ingford the last of laBt week to meet
his wife and two children, who . had
been stopping a few days at the Hotel
Drake preparatory to their removal to
Black'foot, Idaho. Thoy had expected
to leave that day for their new home,
but were detained by tho sickness of
one of their children, a little boy, who
is sufficiently recovered today for them
to start on their western journey.
Mr. Jones has had a real estate office
in Hemingford for several years, and
has certainly done a "land office busi
ness," but having become enamored of
the great Snake river country has de
cided to make his home in Blackfoot,
where he will handle real estate and
grow fruit. He and his wife and child
ren will be'greatly mused in Heming
ford, where they have many friends.
While regretting to lose them from Box
Butte county, we wish them an abun
dant success in their new location and
hope thoy will find it as pleasant as
For estimates on cement walks, ce
ment blocks and all kinds of concrete
work, see J. J. Vance, West Lawn,
Alliance, Nebr. 39'tf
Notice is hereby5 given' (pa Cheated
bid? wil!,bofeccivcl3 by the CommU
sioncrs of Box Butte county, Nebraska,
for tho following sifppliefor lite year
igro, same to be furnished', as; facedqdt
500 mis. legal blanks.-
t gross scratch tablets 3;x6.
6 do. Senate legal tablets
1 do, paper file boxes, 10x4x2.
1 dor. pinB, Eureka toilet, cushion
1 challenge eyelet press, with 'i doz.
boxes of eyelets.
1 doz. quart bottles of Carter's .writ
1 qt. cardinal Ink. ,, . .
1 gro88of 2 oz. bottles black ink.
doz. Diamond cream paBte, Alph
1 gross American Pencil Co velvet
No. 2 pencils.
t doz. indelible pencils.
1 gross E. Fabcr's penholders No.
1 gross E&terbrook's & Co. No. 14
1 gross Estcrbrook's & Co. No. 048
1 gross Estcrbrook's & Co. No. 135
i gross Estcrbrook's &rCo, No. 313
pens. '' lt
x box Faber's assorted rubber bands
500 blotters 4x10.
500 sheets Onion skin paper 81 xi!i
No. 30. - '
2000 sheets Laid Linen medium 8
xi4 No. 73.
500 manuscript covers 9x15, blue,
100 sheets of good grade uon-smut
typewriter carbon 8 xi4.
3000 personal schedules for 1910.
12 one qr. personal records 14x16,
12 two qr. R, E. books 11x15,
1 doz. chattel .files, capacity 100
1 McMillam 10 "(jr. blank Commis
sioner book 12x15.
5000 tax receipts original copy and
duplicate boUnd in books of 200 each.
1 three qr. treasurer's cash books.
1 twelve qr. tax list.
The above books to be ruled and
lettered as requested by county clerk.
All bids to be filed With the county
clerk of said county by January 1, '10,
commissioners of said county reserving
all right to reject any and all bids,.
W. C. Mounts, County Clerk.
WANTED Woman to do washing.
Enquire at 208 E. Railroad St. 51-tf
Bv orden. of the. Boardof Couritv
Commissioners, bids will be received
at the ofli'ce of the County Clerk for
furnishing surety boridjj (preterm of two
years from January 1, 19V0, or the
following officers'elect of fBox Butte
county: " v
t County Sheriff.
W. C. Mounts, Clerk.
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He westward came, a pioneer
To shun the city's strife and stress,
And faced, without a doubt or fear,
The stretches of the wilderness.
Where onco the red man's wigwam
And. where the bison used to roam,
He came to earn his livlihood, y
And there he built himself a home.
The prairies that he-loved the best
Are filled with towns, and filled with
And so into the glowing west
The pioneer moved on agajn.
Once more he scaled the virgin hills,
And crossed the unknown river's
To prairies seamed with crystal rills,
And there he'll build himself a home.
t REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS I
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X A. 1". UALDUIDQE, Bonded Abstracter
A S Reed to School Dist No a
1 acre in ne cor of nw4 1-24-
40 S 201
R H West to J H Parker SW4.27.
26-47 ...,,, .....4000
Oscar O'Bannon to Margaret
Triplett lt845 b3 Wyo add to
Lincoln Land Co to N Fletcher
lt8t.2-3-4.5-6 b"0" Sher add 1200
Maude M Merrit to Sherman
Beck lt4 b"W" Sher add . . . 2000
Fred Andres to Oscar O'Bannon
8W4-I3-25-50 160 acres 1050
J D Shearer to T J O'Keefe SW4.
25-26-50 , ,, 1600
Big Price for Cream ,
The Alliance Creamery is paying 30
centB for cream. 3i-tf
. " . ' ' ' 1 "i 11 ! 1 ii y I ' 1 1 inn ' f ,um
your pedal exlremeties
"purchase a pair of GOOD
SHOES for yourself in
addition to the many other purchases you are making for
We've the ideal shoe for this season of the year smartly sty-.
lish and exceptionally vvejl-made for the wet weather of the, winter.
It's Our HANON and costs
A solid understand
ing yet a classy,
smart foot covering
is that obtained in
Reed Ladies' Shoes
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Strong, sturdy manu
facture from choice
leathers assures you of
footwear that will give
lasting comfort, wear
qualities when you pur
Re ed Ldies' Shoe-$3 up
uy your shoes at the EXCLUSIVE
Shoe Store, where every pair is guaranteed
to give satisfaction or money refunded.
HOLIDAY OFFERIN G
President Suspenders in holiday
Silk lined Mocha Gloves
50c to 1.50
Beautiful 4-in-hand Neckwear
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What finer or more desirable Christmas preisent can be made than
one of HART SCHAFFNER & MARX Suits or Overcoats?
One special lot of our finest $30.00 Suits in beaut
iful patterns are on sale at
Hart Schaffner & Mark's finest models
75 fine hand-tailored Worsted Suits, beautiful pat- (J g
terns, line fitting $20.00 and $18.00 Suits on saleat 9
Our personal guarantee as to Wear
and Quality goes with each suit
We have a nice new line of Boys' Long Pants School Suits,
Specially Priced at '
$5, $6, 7.50,: $10
Just arrived from New York
Boys' Knee Pants
We Uavg placed on sale a fine lot of broken sizes in our
Hart Schaffner & Marx fine Suits, all sizes to
be had inthe' different lots, but not in every
pattern. Your free choice of any
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SEE OUR CRAVENETTE RAINCOATS AT
buys one of our New Swell Protector Collar
OVERCOATS. All wool and -'all' right. New
styles and new patterns with, the Famous
guarantee attached'. ' '' ' ''-
Specially Priced OVERCOATS that SQJd at
$27.50 and $25.00, one and two 'of a kind, to close
out holiday week at the marvelously low price of
An all-wool Saint George Kersey. Knee
Blue and Black
Length Overcoat for men. A sizes ,ln d? fl '" PA
Special k jujj
25 Men's Ulsters, Oxford Gray, ;regilar d 0 ( "g
$12.50 values, now ....', PO.V'O
Gifts Which Vlen Appreciate.
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"Fine Knickerbocker Pants
Boys' School Shoe, Special
Munsing Union Suits
1.50 to 5.00
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uougias noes, All styles
stets.qn . hats
IMPORTED and DOME1ClDVESv;
.- . CROWN SUSPENDERS
BEAUTIFUL CAPS ELEGANT HOSIERY
BEAUTIFUL NECKWEAR .
FINE SUIT CASES
Eoys' Sweater Coats
Men's Dress Gloves
Silk Initial Handkerchiefs
Fine Knit Muffers
i Men 's Goves from
50c to $7.50
L-Llnen Initat Handkerchiefs J
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a garment for that fine Men's
High-Cm Shoe skins them all
Discount. Think of it, one
half Al on J 00 Boys' Suits.
Se them. It will pay you.
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