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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1910)
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Publiihed Every Thursday by
Tin HeraM PHMishriif Company.
P. A. Pisnuon, Tr s. Lmiyd TnoMAi, Sec.
Joim W. Tiiomab. Mur
JOHN V. THOMAS Editor
J. B, KNIEST Associate Editor
Entered at tho nostoQice at Alliance,
Nebraska, for transmission throus-h tho
mails, as second-class matter.
Subscription, i.so per year in advance.
THURSDAY, JUNE iG, igto
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for State Representa
tive of the 58rd representative
district of Nebraska, subject to
tho Primaries of the Democratic
and People's Independent Parties
to be held Aug. 10, 1910.
J. A. Robertson.
does ' a convention of '-4$tftf ra
gottes". vX c y
Tho Griind Islandjflnd6pend
ent, which is a republican paper,
want the next democratic state
convention to udoifrra platform
favoring tho iniatlatlve and ref
erendum on the state capital re
moval question. Good. We ex
pect the democratic state con
vention lO IUVOI -uiiijuuuBiaitiuuii)
not merely on a state capital lo
cation, but alsa-on all other im
portant questions. Jiut say, wiiy
not ask the republican state con
vention to adopt a platform fav
oring the same thing. If the rank
and Me, instead of the political
bosses, of the republican party
in Nebraska control tho next re
publican state convention there
should be enough "progressives"
in that convention to make tho
This may look,
But it is not;
It is here just,
To till up space.
Tho state couveutton of tho IVople'a
Independent party of Nobraskn, Ib
hereby called to meet at Grand Inland.
Nebr., on Tuesday, July 20th, at 2:30
n. m.. for the mirooso Of adopting a
platform of principles, the election of
a new central committee and for the
general preliminary organization work
of the 1010 Nebraska state compaign.
It has been decided to baso the repre
sentation nt one delegate at large for
each county and one delegate for each
CO votes or major fraction thereof cast
for D. C. Colo for regent of tho state
university in 1009, which will entitle
tho various counties to the following
Keyu I'itlin a
Lincoln ,. 5
Hoi (lutU 3
llutler. ., ... 0
Ouster :3 I'awneu
Dakota 2 Perkins
Dawes :i l'lieltis
Duwson 13 I'llTCo..
(Inan H riowanl
aarilcn... ........... 3 Sheridan 5
Gar(lolu, 0 Shprmun 0
Gosper 0 Siuux .3
tlrunt.... 2 Stunton 3
(Ireeley... 8 Tiiujor
Hull 12 'rnoam
Ht'il Willow 4
June iStli has been designated as
"tag day" ly the sisters who havo
charge of Mercy Hospital. On that
day three ladies, Miss Mary O'Kecfc,
Mrs. W. D. Rutner and Mrs. John
Urcnnan, each assisted by six girls, all
of whom will be supplied with suitable
tags, will solicit donations to be used
in furnishing the new hospital building
when it opens July ist. Every person
making a donation will be given a tag
to wear during the balance of the day.
As this will be somethiug new for
this city, and as the donations will be
to help a work of mercy and charity, it
is expected that the public will respond
liberally on tag day.
Uncalled For Letters
' Circvs Arfvaftce Car in Town
t Advertising Car No 3, of the, great
Sells-Ffoto show, arrived here today
with George S. Roddy in charge, who
has immediately under his supervision
la corps of twenty-five expert bill post
ers, mnograpuers, uanner men anu
programmers. It is not drawing the
long bow to state that Mr. Roddy's
assistants immediately became busy in
tho matter of lighting up all adjacent
Tho apostles of the "get happy"
idea work with a vim that to an ordin
ary mortal is susprising. It is marvel
ous to watch the dexterity with which
they clothe blank spaces and bill boards
with announcements of the great Arm
our prize team, or the astounding acro
batic and ring ft-ats, which go towards
making the ScltsFloto show the best
attraction of its kind on the road.
The car in which Mr. Roddy and his
little company travel is the' finest
owned by any amusement organization
on the face of tho globe.
It is a modern, up-to-date Pullman,
with stat rooms, berths and all the
other adjuncts that go to make com
fort on wheels- In this connection,
the proprietors of the Sclls-Floto show
are to be commended. No expense is
spared by them to the end that their
staff of workers shall live in the best
manner possible. The berths, lava
tories, and other appurtenances of the
rolling palace are exactly those of the
Standard Pullman, and it speaks more
forcibly than any other argument con
cerning what uo may expect whrn the
big show arrives here on Thursday,
June 23. Admission reduced to 25 cts.
For Sale 1 Sulky, weight 50 lbs;
made by Cha's. Caffery; at Donovan &
Son's wagon shop. Owned by Fred
Following is a list of letters remain
ing uncalled for in the postoflice at
Alliance, Nebraska, for the week end
ing June 13, iqio; if not called for
on or before Juue 27, 1910, will be
seut to the Dead Letter Office at
Washington, D. C.
Hamilton : 11
llurlmi , 0
Wayno .. ..
Howard 10 York
It Is recommended that the various
county conventions be held on Satur
day, July 23d, ut 2 p m , where other
provision U not made by the county
committee. The great Importance of
tho ensuing campuigu aud the desire
being urgent for a tnoiough stute
organization, It is hoped that each
county will tee that thoy are repre
sented In this state convention. In a)
counties where uo regular delegate
convention is called authority Is hei eby
grunted f.or tho holding of mass con
ventions at. the dato and hour recom
mended for tho regular county con
ventions. Ity order of 6tate committee.
C. II. MANUEfi.Chraa.
E. A. WALRATH, Secy.
Aver II L
Urate Mr Addison (2)
Gavin K il
L'luuhmnn Miss Ada
Miller. Cora (colored)
I'utsohor. Mr l'uch
HodireM II It
Pt'aro. Mr. Hhs
Thompson .1 A
Welch Miss litlua
Hnrliumn Mr. John (5)
Bllluy IV O.
Harris K M.
Hull John I)
LiiwrcnCo Mm HulnhW
McCriiy C W
Newniiin J 11
Powell Ira V
KobarcN n Xi 21
Kunor S XV
Wntson MIsh O 1)
Mention advertised when calling for
letters on this list.
Ira E. Tasii. Postmaster.
In tho District Court Itox Ilutte county,
In the niattor ot the application of II. F.
Oilman, gunrdlnn of the person mill estate of
V. Mario Dull, Edith (J. Hull, Helen C. Hall,
ORDEIt TO SHOW CAUSE
Special May 17, 1910 Term
Tho cuaso crime on for hearing upon tho
petition of n. F. Gllnrnn, guardian of the es
tate of XV. Mario Hull. Edith G. Hall und
Melon ('. Hall, minors, praying for license to
sell their Interest In northwest qnartnr sec
tt. m i;i township 25 north Uitngo 4'J west In
llox Ilutte County Nebraska, or a sufhcleut
amount of the sumo for tho education main
tenance und support of mi Id minors, und It up
peurlnir from said petition Unit said estate of
mild minors, It an undivided interest In said
lands und unlmoroved wild prulrle land, and
no Income Is obtained therefrom. It Is there
for ordered that all persons interested in said
CMiito appear before mo ut chambers ut my
ortlco in Kushvlllo. Sheridan County, Ne
braska, on the 18th day of June. UUO.itobhow
chuso why a license should not be granted to
bald U. F Oilman to sell snid real estate ut
guardians su 0 for the purposes mentioned,
and that it copy ot this order bo published for
three success! vo wpvka In tho Alliance Herald,
a weekly newspaper published at Alliance,
Hated this lTth day of May, 1010.
. II Westoveii,
fp May 10-41 Judge of tho District Court
They're not laughing at Darius
Green as much as they used to.
This may be an opportune tiuje
to say that editorials and" other
matter appearing in The Herald,
are written by the editor and hisl
assistants, unless otherwise cred
ited. With all our faults we try
to avoid plagiarism, which is the
genteeVname stealing the writ
ings of others.
For Sale, all my dwelling houses, 1.
A. Holdredge, 219 Sweetwater, i7-tf
Wanted Work by day or take wash
ins' home. PhoneTJSs bltte.' tf
The C. W. Way Co., Architects.
Hastings, Nebraska, will furnish you
with plans and specifications for anv
class of building jou uish to erect.
Ask them for information. iotf
FOR SALE Household goods: two
brass beds, one white'eiiamel bed, ma
hogany dresser, bed. 100111 set of Bird's,
eve maple, libratv table, mahogany
chairs, oak dining room set with nearly
new dark oak buffet, heating stove,
small kitcheu range, three burner gaso
line range, rugs, etc will all be .sold
very cheap. L- G. Bowman, 807 Big
Horn Ave. i, 27-it
Order of Hearing on Original Probate of Will
Stnlo of Nebraska, I .
Hox Uutte County, j" "
At it County Court, held ut tho County
Court Itoom, In und for said county, June stn
A. 1). 1910,
Present. I. A. Herri. ("Viuntv .Iml -n.
In the matter of the estuto of .Nellie E. Ta
On rending and tiling the petition of 1). C.
Taylor, uraylng that tnc Jnet'cimuiit, tiled on
tho 8th nay of June, ipio, und purporting to be
tho lust Will and Tdsument of tho said de-.
ceased, may be proved, approved, probated
allowed, und recorded us the itiht will nnd
Testament of tho said Nelllo E. Taylor, de
ceased, und thui tho execution of said tnstru
went may be committed add ho ndmtulstr.i
ttou of said Astute may bo granted to D. C
1'uylor. as Executor
Ordervd, That June Tth A. D. into, at 10
o'clock A. M., Is unsigned tor hearing fulil
petition, when all persons Interested In satd
mutter may uppear ut u County Court to lie
held In und for said County, aud show cause
why tho pr.iyer of petitioner should not be
grunted: und that notion of he pendancy of
fciild petition ami the hearlmj thereof bu given
to all liersoils interested 111 said matter and
uhltshlng a copy ot this order In the Alliance
eruiau weekly newspaper
County, for three successive.
Miia uayui ne.innx.
(A true copy )
L. A. Itcimr, County Judge.
printed in &utd
weeks, prior to
At the Iowa primaries last
week three standpat rehublican
candidates for congress were
nominated and nine that are
classed as progressives. It is
claimed that the three standpat
nominees will probably be de
feated f)t the November election
by their democratic opponents,
in which event Iowa will be
without a standpat congressman.
That wl be as it should be, not
only infthi Hawlceye state, but
in all of tlie central and western
states. J j
The fourteenth annual confer
ance of the National Mothers'
Congress' convened in Denver
last Friday. "Tho Welfare of
the Child in Home, School, and
Nation", "-The Conservation of
the Children", and "The Home's
Responsibility for Health, Mol
ality, and Good Citizenship"
were some of the subjects dis
cussed. Whatever we may think
about women's rights", there
is something about the National
Mothers' Congress und the sub
jects discussed that appeals to
us much more fnvorably than
A good 4 room cottage- Good cel
lar. Good barn and out buildings,
26 3t Christian Matz. 520 Mo. Ave.
Stallion for Sals or Trade
Stallion for sale or trade for horses
or cattle. Good disposition, range
broke. Weight 1800. seven ears old,
dapple grav. James Potmesil.
il-tf Long Lake, Nebr.
Training School for Nurses
In connection with Mercy Hos
pital, conducted. by the Sisters
of Mercy, is a Training School
for Nurses. Wanted, young
ladies to enter the Training
School of Mercy Hospital at
Alliance. Apply to
' I '
To Joseph I'rank and Jan. Kennedy.
You uru hereby notified thut I, the under
signed, did on the 'Jrd day ot November A. l).
lwrt, purohusu ut lux sale of tho treasurer of
Hox tlutttf County, Nebraska, tho following
'described land-lot situated in Hox Hutte
County, Nebraska. To-wll:
Tlift nrttiuri,r fitliiit.r ful nt slf.itlnM thin-
4een (13)Towushlt twenty six (28) und llunge
niiy iwowkj lorine taxes of tlie years 1 wo and
1P07, and 1 have since, und after the same be
came Delinquent, paid os suiisequent tax, the
taien for the yosrs iwa und um:
That said luud-lot wast taxed for the years
Ot 11VW und 1007 In the name of Joseph trunk
und fortheyeumoMlHWundlHOaln tho name
of Jus. Kennedy aud you are further notified
thut utter tho expiration of three mouths
from tho dato of the, service of this notice, I
will upply to said treasurer for a tax deed of
You will govern yourself accordingly.
uuieu mis 4111 uay 01 June A. 11. iuiu.
A, U. HltlCE.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Slate of Nebraska (
Hox Itutto County j,,s
In the mutter of the estate of Florence Mc
1. ii. A. Uerry. County Judge of Hox Uutte
county, Nebraska, hereby notify all persons
having claims and demands against the estate
of t'lorenco Mct'artliy thut I haeset and up.
i-olnted the lTday of cctobcr. IBlUat 10 o'clock
In the forenoon, at tho County Court riKim in
Altlunco, for the examination of ull claims
uguiusi iue csiaio or sain ueceuent with it
view to their allowance und payment.
All persons Interested as creditors of tho
Mid estute will present their claims to mo ut
said time, or sh. c . . for out mi doing, aud
in ruso any clulius are ma so presented by
suld time they sh-tl l.f n-ver barred.
Tills llotlcu shu.. ot. crud lv nulilli-ation
I thereof for four to unve week in the
Alltuuco tioruld, 11 ... n ,,.i,,er published In
Alliance, prior to tin- duy ut hearing.
Given under my bu laud the seul ot sulci
court this 17 duy of fti . , uiO.
l 4w U A. HtuiiY, County Judge.
NOTICE TO CRE01T0RS.
We are now prepared to do all kinds of
Jewelry and Watch Work
This department is in charge of an expert
and all worls guaranteed
Our Prescription Department
is kept up in the best manner possible, our drugs are
always pure, and all prescriptions
are carefully compounded
Don't Forget the Place
DRUG AND JEWELRY STORE
Finding a Leak
is" sometimes a dangerous and dirty job
unless you are a Practical Plumber. If
tliere is any trouble In the'bath room or
Send for Us
and we will fix it promptly and at reason
able. charge. We do good work and guar
antee it. '-, 1
- w ' ' ' 1
E. I. Gregg & Son's
Big Premium Offer
, We will. give a special premium of Ten Dollars
($.10.00) to the winner of first premium on best loaf of
bread "at the Box Butte cdunty fair this year, if the bread
was made from flour bought of us.
winner of second premium on loaf of
will give a special premium of Five Dollars
Pre-d Bre ft nan
.House phone, 356, Shop phone,744
ENCRAVER ano ELECTROTYPCR
10M MM 1410-24 UKKKl MJITOI COLO
Stato of Nebraska
box Uutto Couuty I M
In tlio untttur ut tbo utt.ito of Annie Mi-.
I Curthy, Ueccused.
. 1, U A. Uerry, County Juclgo ot Hot Uutte
' couiitr. Noliruuku heroby notify nil pursuit?
nuy intr ciuiuia. unu utniiinaa unuinsl me estutu
ut Amite Meuurtli) tlmt 1 have ot una up.
pointed tlio IT duy of October, 1910. ut 10
u'cluolc In ilia forenoon, ut tlm ( oiim I'min
I room lu Alliance, tor tlio examination of al
1 claims liRiilnat tlio ctuto ut balit Ueceileat
with h view to their ullowauco una payment.
1 All persons Interested u creititors of the
, bald etut will present their eUlint to mo at
kuiu iiuic, ur biiuw eau: tur um no uoiiik, unu
In ctuu auy claims uro not 1.0 presented by
Biild ilme ihey sh.ili m foreer burred.
llils iiotleoblull bo served by publication
hereof for four consecutive weukk in the
Alliance Herald u newspaper uublbtd in
Alliance, prior to tho day ot nearlmr.
uiven uuuer my uanu anu mo seal of bald
euotitlj IT day Of May. Ilia
All Work Strictly First-Class
n. D. Nichols
BOX BUTTE AVENUE
AT ALLIANCE SHOE STORE
($5,0U) on the same conditions.
Now Is the time
with this flour.
to commence practicing
We handle the
CURTIS HIGH PATENT
E. O. COOL
Plumbing and Fitting
All work guaranteed first-class
PHOKE tiV KliD
A8EMBNT ZBINOEN 8 U O 9,
I, L. AC H ESPN
Farm Wagons Buggies
Harness and Saddlery
319 Box Butte Ave. Phelan Opera House Block
THE GADSBY STORE
Funeral Director and Embalmer
TEBIDENCE PHONE. 510
W. F. ROSENKRANZ
Practical Blacksmithing and Wagon
Work. Horseshoeing a Specialty
Shop ob OakeU.St. fetwm Box Butte iik
Laramie Avenues, Alliance, Heb.
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