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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1910)
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TAILORED SUITS REDUCED
Special Offering at $17.50, $22.50 and $28
During the past week we have received an immense stocl: of new apparel for mid
summer wear, and in order to have adequate room for its proper showing- it is
necessary to give over a large portion of the tailored section for that purpose. To
make this possible we will close out some 82 tailored suits, offering them at very
special reductions, values that will bring quick response. We have arranged them
in three collections at $17.50, $22.50 and $28. In each lot will be found the
"season's most attractive models in the fashionable materials and colors.
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Just received, an elegant line
Silk Waists and Dress Skirts
Please call and seeUthem
Al Spear is preparing to sow alfalfa this
Mrs. Pool visited Mrs. Ray Barber
Gus Sandoz and Guy Comer visited John
Herbert Forney visited friends at Ke
Irby Hall attended the ball game at
Julius Eckerle is hauling posts from
Lakeside this week for Hall
Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Stiasberger visited
Miss Pinkham Thursday of last week.
Messrs. Hardison and Evelyn were out
looking for another team of horses the
first of the week.
We are informed that Chas. Wall will
return from Chicago this week bringing
his family with him.
We are glad to hear that Miss Hughes
is expected to arrive on her claim east of
Strasbergerin a very short while.
Warren Hooker drove a pair of horses
over to Mrs. Chapman's Monday. They
were work horses which Mr. Hooker kind
ly loaned Mrs. Chapman to finish putting
in her crop.
Mark Hooder, with the assistance of
his brother Pat, is breaking a few horses
this week. Mark has a contract with the
Spade to break eighty head of young
.horses and will probably go there to work
Attendance at Unity Sunday school
last Sunday was seventeen.
The Ladies Aid will meet at Unity
church on Thursday, May 26.
Jas. Skinner took a load of hay to
town last Mouday.
Earl Tallada and Ernest Nichols
speut Sunday evening at Jas. Skinners.
Ethel and Fay Hembry were Sunday
callers of Mrs. Nicholas.
Miss Amy Hashman spent Sunday
at Carl Hashman's.
Joe Hendrick spent a couple of days
cleaning and fixing the curbiug of
James Skinner's well.
Itoyce Nichols is working for Mr.
John Kiudell accompanied Earnest
Nichols to Alliance last Wednesday.
Rev. Ira E. Nolte spent Wednesday
, of last week painting Unity church.
Miss Fay Hembry visited Monday at
Lydia aud Deliah Nichols were
We Have Ladies', Hisses' and Children's
SHOES and OXFORDS
IIS ALL STYLES, SIZES and PRICES
callers on Ethel aud Fay Hembry on
Tuesday of last week.
Harry Clark and John Kendell who
have been trapping for skunks have
succeeded in catching twelve.
Mildred Nickols was a Sunday caller
on the Misses Hembry.
Mr. and Mrs. Wismiller make a trip
to town last Monday.
Carl Hashman took a herd of cattle
home oue day last week.
There will be preaching at Unity
church on Sunday, May 29, at 3:30 by
Rev. I. E. Nolte, Sunday school at
John Kendell was unfortunate enough
to have a team run away from him.
They ran through two fences but with
the assistance of Rev. Nolte and Mr.
Skinner on horses thev were caught
before any damage was doue.
The attendance at Sunday school
last Sunday was fiftyeight.
Win. Bauer and wife atteuded church
at Fair-view last Sunday.
T. J. Lawrence and family and L.
D. George took dinner with grandpa
and grandma Lawrence Sunday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Treukle,
May 18, a son, mother and child doing
Grandpa and grandma Aspden visited
at Trenkle's Sunday.
Hiram Wilson, son Charles.
and daughter Allie, also Will Lorauce
and wife took dinner at Win. Ku.siV.
Mrs. Geo. West and Miss Helen
Nason went to Hot' Springs, S. D,
Saturday for a weeks outing.
Mrs.. Bart Baumgarduer and sou ar
rived Wednesday to join her husband
who came here a few weeks ago from
Kansas. Mrs. Baumgarduer visited
relatives in Michigan before coming
Rev Nolte was seen on the streets
here Vednesday riding his motorcycle.
Pick the Cocoons
In order to protect the trees of the
city from the large green worms which
infest them, the Woman's Club offers
to pav 2 cts. per dozen for cocoons.
See Mrs, Mewhirter.
GEO. A. MOLLRING
The comet is past.
A fine rain last Friday and Saturday.
Mrs, M. L. Wehn is visiting her par
ents at St. Joe, Mo.
Garland Wehn has been helping at the
Lewellen bank for the past two weeks.
Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Burke went out to
the Mulloy ranch Sunday.
C. J. Wagoner has been sojourning at
Bridgeport the past week.
, County Surveyor Welton has been doing
some surveying in this neighborhood the
George Johnson is working for Duerand
Buchanan at present.
D, 0, Burks opened a saloon in Broad
water last week, having secured a license
from the county commissioners.
M. H. Hagerty is busy tbese days sow
ing alfalfa seed. He will have a large
Robert Graham was in town Saturday
looking after his interests and inadvertent
ly saying "hello" to his many friends.
Anthony Johnson has completed his
work as census enumerator and is now
"speeding the plow."
M. B.Smith was down from Bridgeport
Monday looking after affairs at the ranch.
Chas Cameron and Clarence Fitzer
were passengers on 97 Saturday evening
The first strawberries of the season
were received by our merchants Saturday
evening and met a ready demand.
j J. Grimes of Eastw-ocd was in town
Saturday and took out a new riding lister.
We now have a doctor in Broadwater,
Dr (iossett. We hope he will have a
linijicd practice, yet we welcome him to
A total eclipse of the moon Monday
evening diverted our attention from
H alley's comet for the time being.
A chicken pie social was given by the
Presbyterian church Tuesday evening to
raise funds for hymn books.
j. C- Grim of Bayard was down from
there the first of the week.
County Treasurer's Notice
Alliance, May 10, into,
. Box Butte county warrants to regis
ter No. 177 are called for payment.
Interest will stop after the above vdate.
FKD H. MOLLKING,
22 4t County Treasurer.
Stallion for Sale or Trade
Stallion for sale or trade for horses
or cattle. Good disposition, range I
broke. Weight igoo, seven years old,
dapple gray. James Potmesil,
it tf Long Lake, Nebr.
Nebraska to Arizona
The Phoenix (Arizona) Daily Repub
lican of May 14 publishes a lengthy
write-up of Lloyd C. .Thomas' work
there and in Nebraska, from which we
take the following, which we think will
be interesting to many of our readers:
Believing that the Salt river valley is a
veritable land of promise and that there
are scores of people In western Nebraska
who, by means of a little well directed
missionary work, can be induced to come
here and make this section their home,
Lloyd C. Thomas, part owner of the Al
liance (Nebraska) Herald, has affiliated
himself with the Dick Erdmans RealEstate
and Investment company and is using the
columns of his paper in exploiting the ad
vantages of the southwest. He has under
taken a series of articles dealing with mat
ters of interest to those who may be seek
ing to better thei? condition In a short
.! t. ...III . . t.T-1 l. I ...ill
nine us win return iu iicuiasKa uuu win
devote the summer months to the forma
tion of a colonization party which he ex
pects to bring to the Salt river valley in
Already he has the assurance from Ne
braska of the success of his undertaking
and it only remains for him to go among
his people and thereby ascertain just how
many families he can bring here. In this
respect Mr. Thomas is a board of trade by
himself. In the short, time he has been in
Phoenix he has secured grasp upon the
actual conditions that would do credit to
an old timer.
Accompanying the more recent article
of Mr. Thomas in The Alliance Herald
are two three-column pictures showing the
Roosevelt dam in the course of construc
tion and the Granite Reef diversion dam
T. J. Threlkeld has opened up his
undertaking business at 401 Box Butte
Ave., ist door north of the Alliance
Grocery. He is an undertaker of
twelve years experience, seven years in
Alliance. He is a graduate of the
Missouri College of Embalming and
holds licenses iu thtee states.
lie is fitting up nice rooms and a
chapel for funeral services where every
thing will be as private as a home.
See his professional card elsewhere
in this issue, Phoue 207.
M. B. A. Ball
Pioneer Lodge 758 Modern Brother
hood of America will give a public ball
at Marks' Hall next Tuesday night,
Mav 31st. The admissiou will be 50c
for each lady and gentleman which will
entitle them to dancing ptivlleges for
the entire evening. Best of music will
be furnished, aud as the ,M. B. A. i
one of the largest aud most progressivt
lodges in our city, a good time is hi
stired. By order of the Committee,
H. E. Boos.
Jas. V. McCce,
T. J. Tiirclkeld
June 18th has been designated af
"tag day" by the sisters who havi
charge of Mercy Hospital. On thai
day three ladies, Miss Mary Q'Keefe.
Mrs. W. D. Rumer aud Mrs. Join
Brennan, each assisted by six girls, al
of whom will be supplied with suitabl.
tags, will solicit donations to be m-ef
iu furnishing the new hospital building
when it opens July ist. Every person
making a donation will be given a tat
to wear during the balance of the da.
As this will be something new lot
this city, and as the donations will In
to help a work of mercv and cliaritv .
is expected that the public will tenumi
liberally on tag daw
Heifer and Mare Strayed.
Straved from 111 v piace, eiulil miles
northwest o( Alliance, on r about
April 30, a dark ted, polled heller
coming two ears old. Also u five
year old bav mare straxed about Apt il
10; muue and foretop clipped; scsn
from wire cut above hoof on light foot;
weight about i,ooo
Persons having information, please
write me at Alliance, or telephone lv
way of Hcmiugford.
23-3 Pr.Tnu Bulgum.
Rooms Wanted for Junior Normal
Persons having rooms to rent during
the Alliance Junior Normal should
notify the countv superintendent soon.
Call up phone 28, on or after Tuesday,
The editor of The Herald has
been requested by a subscriber
to secure a purchaser tor a good
Box Butte county farm. Address
Jno. AY". Thomas, Alliance, Nebr.
Holsten's for up-to-date wall paper
W. H, Thomas, writing from Xenia,
Ohio, May 24, says: "Brother passed
away five hours before I arrived." Mr.
Thomas encloses a clipping from the Xenia
Dailv Gazette containing the following of
which he says, "Nice things are written of
the dead, some times, but I am sure thete
George W, Thomas was born April 9,
1853. and died May 19. 1910, at t p. m ,ut
the Umlly home on liast Third mrcf in
Xenirt, Ohio. His parent wete Joho
vuiiam Thomas and Mary Thomas. He
uever married but made hi home with his
two sister. Elizabeth E,, and Jennie M,
Thomas, who with one brother, Uilum
H. Thomas, of Alliance. Nh., survive
him. He tpent all of his lite in X-uu,
Ohio. He uui.ed with the First Metho
dist Episcopal church in 1S78 during ttia
pastotate of Rev. Luclen ClarK. Ho nved
a quiet III-. UDoliBrustv.-i, Hindi?!, Iion-stt
in the highest sense. He um not ai'iH in
speech, but whs oue of the 1110-t Miici-ro
and Ktuiuina Christiau mcu of ti. community-
Mi kindly spirit. I'M iutcr-xt in
hit fello men. nnd In the church t wnlrh
he beloimeit, were mntter of tenure of en
amontt hiolriend Hi upritfit hui1 -ivi-
le lit. 1 1- krjtinand clrar (nsp ol right,
beM'oka cultivated, itiudvr c tncitftice to
tin titninniine of which he eavi litthful
lied Snph a life 1 in bn emulatr-'.
is how our cliinu ought to befur that
"Tea" of yours, or for au extra oc
casion" when oii have friends for
"HAND PAINTED CHINA"
oucaudo jourself or buy it of U3.
We have sets aud single pteces for de
coiiitiug as well as sets already decor
ated. Anything and everything that's
"swell" or "just the thing" in china
ware we have Prices, too, are always
at the minimum.
The Fair Store
Ain.ince'h New Xovelty Store
W J HAMILTON A CO . Props.
1. 5i H PSrJ 7TH
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