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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1910)
1 ORDER A CASE OF POP
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24 bottles, any flavor, for 75c: .
Mallerv Grocery Co.
Alliance Grocery Co.
Manufactured by GOLDEN
: RAILWAY NOTES AND PERSONALS.
Passenger Con.R. J, Burke took out
No. 44 Monday.
W. T. Callagy is a new employe in
the train service.
Fireman T. F. Branley has been
sent to Crawford liill.
A. F. Morton, rcpair.track-forcman,
spent Monday in Edgcmont.
Brokeman Frank Vaughn made a few
days visit in Broken Bow this .week,
Brakeman A. E. Martz was called to
Brosli Sunday on account of sickness
of bis wife.
Con. Bob Evans has charge of the
west end local wbile Burke is on the
J. H. White and J. R. Rose are two
new men, the former on the road, the
latter in the yards
Brakeman R. U. Mark has spent the
last ten days in Ft. Collins visiting
relatives and friends.
Fireman Harry Thurman, who has
been on the high line for several weeks
has returned to Alliance.
F. D. Shirk, foreman of the stock
yards is doing double duty while the
day man is taking a vacation.
Fireman A, J. Hill of the Denver
line has been transferred to the main
line and will work out of Alliance.
Civil Engineers A, L. Jackson and
L. C. McCandliss spent the last week
in Cheyenne on company business.
Brakeman R E McKenzie went on
to Lincoln from Ravenna last Monday
for a ten hours visit with bis parents.
Mrs. Nele Pederson of Ravenna and
daughter, Miss Dorothea, are visiting
wkb ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bullock.
Engineer J, Carr of the eaBt end baB
bea transferred to Alliance. He will
xaove his family from Ravenna as soon
as be can get a bouse.
George Johnson, who was for years
a popular brakeman out of here, has
again returned to Alliance and now
holds a position in the Duncan grocery
Brakemnn Ed Howe has resigned
from the service. He will go from
fare to Judith Gap, Montana, where
be has secured employment with the
Mrs. Jones and family of Crawford
epent several days in Alliance this
week. Engineer Jones has been sent
to Crawford bill and may remain there
Mrs Dick Kenner of Ardmore
visited friends in Alliance over Sunday
She returned home on No. 43 Monday.
Her husband, Con. Keuner, bas charge
of the work train at Ardmore.
Don Wagner, chief clerk in the train
master's office went to Sterling Monday
to meet Mrs Wagner. Mrs. Wagner
took the four little daughters of Fire
man Cowman to relatives at Maywood,
Brakeman G. F. Die), who bas been
working in the yards at Seneca bas
been transferred to the east end local.
He spent Saturday and Sunday visit
ing Alliance friends. He will make a
visit in Tbedford before reporting for
bis new duties.
Hereafter Con Beach and Engineer
Gleason will not take signals from a
dago. Wben pulling into Rumford
from the west Monday evening with a
heavy train some one gave them a high
ball and run them into where the dago's
.bad a rail out and putrfhe engine and
several cars on the ground. They sent
It's No Touble
to show you here we'll
show you our entire stock
and if you don't see just
what you want (which is
highly improbable) you are
under no obligation im
plied or otherwise to buy.
An inspection of our stock
of E. P. Reed and Queen
Quality makes of feminine
footwear will reveal to you
an assortment that is certain
to contain the footwear the
most critical lady could wish.
S. H. Desch de Co.
Geo. W. Duncan d? Son
Phillips Grocery Co
ROD BOTTLING WORKS
to Alliance for the wrecker. The pas
senger trains from the west were de
layed about seven hours.
Miss Maggie McCauley, who has
been visiting Engineer and Mrs- Ncl
bou for several weeks took No. 43 for
New Castle Monday. She was ac
companied by Mrs. Nelson and Miss
Delia who will visit in New Castle until
Thursday. Miss McCauley may de
cide to return here and make this her
home. Her many friends here among
the young people hope that she will.
Con Dick Kenner met with a very
painful accident while in charge of
work train extra 2879 near Ardmore
Tuesday evening. He was superin
tending the picking up of steel rails
One of them was allowed to drop on
his foot crushing two toes. He will
probably be off several weeks. Mr.
aud Mrs. Kenner will spend tho time
with her parents near Girard. Con.
Geo. Burrigbt took charge of the work
LOCAL PARAGRAPHS 4.
Uncle Bill Miller of Hemingford was
an Alliance visitor Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Waddell re
turned Monday noon from Minatare.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson are
visiting relatives at Fairfield, la., this
The Woman's Club will meet Friday
p. m, at 3 o'clock with Mrs. W. W
H, A. Peters of south of Hay Springs
was vibiting in Alliance Saturday and
C. A. Anderson bas beccne an auto
mobilist, having purchased a Ford of
J. C. McCorkle.
Miss Eva Duffer of Mullen arrived
Sunday noon to make a visit at the G.
A. Sutton home.
Sheriff A. D. New of Sheridan coun
ty was an Alliance visitor the latter
part of last week.
Mrs. Claud Lester and 6on returned
the first of the week from a few days'
visit in the Platte valley.
Miss Mayme Tyson commenced
work Monday morning as bookkeeper
for the Phillips Grocery Co-
T. L. Harris of Rapid City, S. D.,
a brother-in-law of Jas. Hunter, was
visiting in Alliance this week.
S. F. Lowe and Charles Johnson of
Shill precinct. Sheridan county, were
Alliance visitors last Thursday,
W. E, Lotspeicb and family will
spend the summer on a ranch near
Bingham. They will move tomorrow.
Miss Blanche Macdonald and broth
er Wayne departed Tuesday for a six
weeks' visit with relatives at Spokane,
The name of Ira Rowland is added
to our Hemingford liEt of subscribers
this week, as is also the name of E. S.
Wanted, responsible man to work
on ranch and wife to do cooking
and house work. Inquire at Herald
The small boys have an opportunity
to ear,n 4th of July money by picking
cocoons. See notice by Woman's Club
Mrs. Macey occupied the principal's
cbair at Central school Friday, which
vacancy was caused by the illness, of
Mrs, Don Wagner returned Tuesday
morning from Maywood, Nebr., where
she went a week ago, accompanying
the little daughters of C. H. Cowman-
The motherless babe Vet here, will
soon be taken to Maywood, also.
Theodore Johnson of Hemingford
was in Alliance Monday and called at
The Herald office to set himself a year
ahead on subscription.
F. E. HolsteU keeps up with the
procession, or rather in the lead, in
the matter of improvements by having
plate glaBB front put into his store this
Mrs. T. E. Hickman has issued in.
vitations for an at home Saturday
afternoon to meet Mrs. Myrtle Slagle,
of Alliaucs, Nebr. Abingdon (111,)
A. F. Baldridge returned the first of
the week from a trip to South Dakota.
He reports good prospect for some big
deals for Box Butte county land in the
Louis Buechsenstein, the cigar man
ufacturer of Alliance, was calling on
the Marsland trade Saturday. Every
one is glad to see the genial Lou.
J. D- Horton of Grand Island, man
ager of the Bennett Piano Company
for northwestern Nebraska, came in to
Alliance headquarters last Saturday
He reports business good.
Our old newspaper friend, J. D, C,
Garrison, of the Burlington Station
force, helps one of The Herald can
didates with 150 votes this week and
the publisher with the cash.
There will be a Box Social at the
Berea schodlhousc next Friday evening,
May 27. Proceeds will go to the sup
port of the church at Berea, An in
teresting program will be given.
Rev.. D. B. McLaughlin reports hav
ing organized a Presbyterian church at
Northport last Sunday with twenty
members. Others who could not be
present at that time have promised to
S. A. Barclay, secretary of the
Farmers & Merchants' Fire Insurance
company, of Lincoln, is in Alliance
today transacting business with Gray
& Guthrie, general agents of that
company for the northwest.
W O. Barnes is now a full-fledged
commercial traveler. Being a good
salesman and having a nack for getting
next to a machinery proposition, he
will no doubt make a success of his
work for the International Harvester
We are in receipt of a copy of The
Granada Times, published at Granada,
Colo. The editor and manager is Emit
L. Moll, with whom many of our read
ers became acquainted last year
through bis work as district deputy of
the W. O. W.
Peter Weinell was our first Monday
caller to pay on subscription to The
Herald, He informed us that small
grain looks well in bis neighborhood,
ten miles west ol town, but that his
potatoes were nipped by the frost and
probably set back a couple of weeks,
Dr. H. R. Belville returned Tuesday
from bis visit to Omaba and Lincoln.
He attended the meeting of the State
Dental Society at the metropolis and
visited friends at the capital city. He
expects Mrs. B- to return from her
visit to the coast some time next
F. W. Feidler, one of Tbe Herald's
old-time subscribers who lives in tbe
Kelley neighborhood, north of Scotts
bluff, was in Alliance on business last
Thursday and Friday. He favored
our office with a call, leaving three
dollars and three hundred votes for
Miss Ella Moravek.
E. S. McWbinney, a former Box
Butte countyite but now of Denver,
was in Alliance this week looking aiter
property interests. He bas been hav
ing some extensive repairs made at bis
building now occupied by Tbrelkeld's
new furniture store, northeast corner
Box Butte avenue and Montana street.
Dr. Bryant, eye and ear specialist
of Omaha, was here Sunday to operate
upon the eye of Mrs. Garrett. The
doctor expects to make regular month
ly trips to the Sisters' Hospital, so
any one afflicted with these troubles
should arrange with their local doctor
to meet the specialist when be is here-
Miss Lunette Zehrung, who is an
eighth grade graduate, leaves Sunday
for Springfield, Mo., where she expects
to take a complete commercial course
at a Business college. She will make
her home with her uncle, Daniel T.
Watts, who with Mrs. Watts has made
many friends in Alliance while visiting
The Notre Dame Scholastic is the
name of a students' publication issued
weekly from the University of Notre
Dame, Notre Dame, Ind., which has
un exceedingly large attendance and is
said to be the best equipped with
buildings of any institution of learning
in America. Tbe publication takes
rank among the leading periodicals of
its4kind. The fact that J. W. Guthrie
of this city was at one time on tbe ed
itorial staff, increases our interest in
E. RasmUBsen, wife and little daugh
ter of Hemingford took tho train here
yesterJay for Story City, Iowa, where
they go to witness the confirmation of
of Mr. R's daughters, the Misses Elida
and Hilda, who have been attending
school at that place the past seven
months. The family will return next
Miss Ruby Wildy left on Tuesday's
train for Hemingford, Nebr., where
she will attend the wedding annivers
ary of her uncle, Calvin J, Wildy.
She will also visit Alliance, for a few
days, where she will attend to some
important business and return borne in
about a week or ten days. Scottsbluff
R. P. Doudna, father-in-law of C. H.
Cowman, returned with the latter from
Maywood, Nebr., arriving Tuesday
morning. Mr. Doudna will go from
hereto Chug Water, Wyo., where one
of his sons resides, leaving Friday morn
ing. He is interested in this part of
Nebraska and subscribes for Tbe Her
ald to keep him posted.
Sheriff Thurston, R. N. Hayward,
and Bert Trapp went to Alliance last
Saturday and witnessed the ball game
between the Hyannis lads and the
Academy boys of Alliance, and declare
themselves well satisfied with the per
formance, even though the Hyannis
youngsters were defeated by a score of
9 to 8. Hyannis Tribune.
R. R. Ruggles, having decided to
locate at Loveland, shipped his house
hold goods to that point and leit with
his family this morning in a covered
wagon, preferring to make the trip in
that way. And certainly it will be an
enjoyable trip at this time of year.
Their many friends here will wish them
a pleasant home at Loveland.
M. D. Nichols leaves this week for
Sheridan, Wyo., where he goes to in
stall a new Champion Quick Repair
machine, like the one which he bas in
bis shop here and with which he has
made a great success. He will remain
in Sheridan until he bas the shop run
ning well, when he will'put anotherman
in charge and return home. Meanwhile
his brother, I. D. Nichols will have
charge 'of the Alliance shop.
John B. Merrill, father-in-law of
Geo. Douglas, started Monday morn
ing on his return to Portland, Ore.,
after a week's vsry pleasant visit- On
bis way here he stopped at Sheridan
to visit a brother whom he bad not
seen for about seventeen years- Ar
riving at Alliance he surprised his
friends who did not know that he was
coming. He was much surprised at
tbe growth of this city since he was
last here a few years since.
Tbe Alliance and Hyannis boys'
teams will play a game of baseball on
the Hyannis grounds Saturday after,
noon, tbe 28th inst. This will be tbe
third game between these nines and
will decide which is the best fellow
each of the clubs having won a game.
If you think for a minute these kids
can't play ball you are mistaken.
They play the game just like veterans
and those who attend will see more
than one exciting situation. Hyannis
Fred Countryman is up against it
bard. Yesterday one of bis teams,
which he was driving hitched to a dirt
wagon, ran away on Oregon street.
Although tbe dirt boards slipped for
ward striking tbe horses, he could
probably have held them bad not his
lines broken, wben he went off the
wagon breaking a collar bone and re
ceiving other injuries which will lay
him up for some time. In tbe runa
way be lost a pocket record in which
he kept accounts of work done, the
loss of which will be a great inconven
ience to him unless he can recover it.
Scottsbluff Republican: S. K. War
rick was over from Alliance this week
attending a meeting of the directors of
the First National Bank which was
held last night. He resigned his posi
tion as cashier of that institution and
accepted tbe position as one of tbe
vice-presidents, Mr. Harry Bowen
was elected to tbe position of cashier.
Mr. Bowen has made many friends
here since he has been among us who
will be pleased to learn of bis promo
tion, and all will -be sure of the same
courteous treatment, which is one of
his many pleasant traits. Under bis
efficient direction tbe bank is bound to
bold its place among the strongest
institutions in the western part of tbe
Stock of millinery for
sale or trade. Special
bargain if taken by June
1st. . j. noiariusre. 2V2t
Tbe business of Gray & Guthrie,'
insurance, is keeping pace with tbe
growth of Alliance and tbe development
of tributary territory. Their business,
general and local, from Jan. 1 to May
15 of this year was seventy per cent,
as large of the entire business of last
J. B. Gray is on a business trip to
Geo. Darling made a trip to Hyannis
N- A. Kir Iris taking a little vacation
from business to visit friends in Sioux
City- He left Tuesday to be gone a
week or ten days.
Dr. and Mrs, James M. Kennedy are
enjoying a visit from the latter's sister,
Mrs. John Edward Hennebcrry, and
her tiny daughter, leannette, of Chi
J. A, Robertson of Sioux county bas
filed as a candidate for the democratic
nomination for member of the state
legislature from this representative dis
trict. He was in Alliance this week
interviewing the democratic brethren.
His formal announcement will appear
in the next issue of The Herald.
Cost price on millinery
continued for two weeks.
S. J. Holdridge, 23-21
Monday, May 30th, being Decora
tion Day and a legal holiday, the First
National and Alliance Natfonal 'Banks
will close for that day.
HOLV ROSARY CATHOLIC CHURCH
Order of Services:
Sunday Masses, 7:00, 9:00, and 10:30 a.
m., except on the third Sunday of every
month when the order is 9:00 and 10:30 a.
m. Evening service every Sunday even
ing at 7:30. Rev. W. L. McNamara, Pas
tor ALLIANCE CIRCUIT.M, E. CHURCH
There will be no preaching on the
circuit next Sunday as it is tbe fifth
Sunday of the month.' Sunday school
at all points at'the usual hours.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
The morning theme will be
Daily Bread." Evening subject,
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Tbe regular preaching services will
be held next Sunday. Meeting of tbe
Missionary Society will be held in the
church at 3:00 p- m., conducted by
Mrs. E. Martin amd Mrs. Judson.
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Usual services morning and evening,
conducted by the pastor.
Sunday morning, "Echoes from
Layman's Missionary Congress," by
John W. Baumgardner.
Evening, gospel service of Bong, and
sermon" by pastor.
Died, at ber home in our city last
Sunday eve, little Amber Parker, tbe
five year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. B. Parker. -
"Ah, wben aweary may we be so blest,
And sink like tbe innocent child to
And teel ourselves clasped to tbe In
The Borrowing parents, . and other
relatives, bave tbe sympathy of many
friends in this hour of affliction.
Rooms to Rent
Two rooms for light housekeeping,
electric light- 219 Yellowstone avenue,
Mrs. M. Bayer.
We advertise to send our 5 ton steel
frame Pitless Scale on approval, Mis
understanding a letter from Thomas Laith
Co. who only wanted a price we will soon
bave a scale at Alliance, Nebr., which
will be sold at a reduction to save storage
or resbipping. The first reasonable offer
will be taken. Address-
JONES OF BlNGHAMTON,
19 X St. Iiingbamton N. Y
At Palace Livery Barn, Satur
day, June 4, 1910, at 1:80 p. m.,
I will sell to the highest bidder
the following property:
Four yearling colts.
Six 2-year olds.
Seven 5 to 10-year-olds.
Mostly broke saddle horses
Ten head of brood sows, due
to farrow soon.
Several milk cows.
H. P, Couksey, Auo.
I BUSINESS LOCALS. C
One nearly new top buggy at a bar
gain. D. W. Butler. 24-4tw
Home raised Short Horn bulls for
sale. lames B. Leith, Box 1066, Alli
Board and room, modern, hot and
cold bath. Call 713 Laramie Ave., or
phone 394. vwwv. 2r4t
lam prepared to do all kinds of
crnrrinn wnrlf . .rpnlnntinr trees and odd
jobs. Phone 58 or call at Phillips Land
office. Will Goodenough. tf
For Sale, all my dwelling houses, I.
A. Holdredge, 2:9 Sweetwater, I7'tf
Wanted Sewing by day or piece.
117 Sweetwater avenue. 8-tf
-Work by day or take wash
Phone .184 blue. tf
Plain sewing wanted. Prices reason
able. Children's clothes a speciality.
Phone 166 blue. 2i-6t
For Sale or Exchange
' 5-room bouse near Central school,
2 barns and 3 lots on Cheyenne avenue,
19 lots in Hill's Add. This property
at bargain prices. Simon Spry. 24tf
Houses for Sale or Rent
Five room house; bath room and
electric light'; and a three room house,
furnished. Call at 418 Toluca Ave. or
phone 392. it
Pocket account book containing
memorandum of hauling, plowing, etc.,
lost on Oregon street, Wednesday,
May 25th, in runaway. Name was
not in book. .Also, 4-tined pitchfork.
Finder please leave at The Herald of
fice. Fred Countryman.
Household Goods For Sale
Rev. J. L. Vallow wishes us to an
nounce that he will sell all his house
hold goods, except piano, at private
sale, as he expects to remove to West
Virginia scon. Residence 502 Box
Butte avenue. Phone 90. This sale
includes large roll-top desk, Bar-Lock
typewriter and sectional book-case.
320 or 160 acres good bottom land,
seven miles in a westerly direction
from Alliance, Nebr. For further, in
formation address H. J. Gresser,
xx-i4t Thermopolis, Wyo.
House and Three Lots for Sale
I will sell my six-room bouse and
three lots in Hill's addition to Alliance
at a bargain. Good cellar, good well
and pump, chicken house and fences,
etc. H. C Avey. 20-5t
Notice to Lawn Owners
Black dirt and rotted manure for
dressing lawns and for trees and gar
dens. Phone 154 Red,
2i-tf Fred Countryman.
Parties having dogs they do not wish
to pay city tax on will save expense to
city by bringing tbe dogB to city ball
and I will bave them disposed of. Dog
taxes are due May :st.
17-8 Chief of Police.
Claude Fairy started for Denver last
Mike Wagner finished breaking ten
acres for H. B. Shipherd last Friday.
Wm. Dunlap returned from Alliance
last Friday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lenson visited at the
Acker home laBt Sunday.
Mrs. Dean and Mrs. John Chapman
visited Mrs. A. Shipherd last Sunday.
John Severson was in Angora Tues
day. Mr. Miller had tbe misfortune to
bave his well get out of repair last
week, but it is in working order again.
Card ef Thanks
To those who so kindly assisted us
during tbe sickness ahd after the death
of our beloved wife and daughter we
wish to extend our sincere thanks.
C. H. Cowman.
R. P. Dounda,
Samples of Alfalfa
Geo. Douglas called at our office
Tuesday with samples of alfalfa grown
from seed sown in June last year, and
which showed a remarkably good
growth without irrigation. The main
root of one bunch measured two inches
in circumference. The top was fifteen
inches long, notwithstanding, the -late
spring. The main root was eighteen
inches to where broken off, tbe part re
maining in the ground probably being
about that much longer.
We now have on disposal, the latest
product of Janeway's wall paper, the
best paper and most up-to-date stylbo
at prices ranging- from 3c. to 50o per
roll. No trouble to Bhow paper at
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