The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, June 16, 1910, Image 5
iiimiiiimiiHiiuniiiiW ii-uii!a.r- m-,.U.Via.lz4aK-Mt-ii-"'Mmm MGHHHWpW''!" MAi tit4LAMAlMAJUttASLtA4At LlsiMAMA3&lAUA 4?JWAAAtAitt't4WAWLtAMAtA tUiiUAUUlUI fc.ltfttttttt.lmmfcUU.UJt Watermelons, Cantaloupes, g DUNCAN'S GROCERY 1? Fresh Fruit of all Kinds Second door west of P. 0. Phone rrrvrrs'vrTrrYrrrrrrrrrrre pjus&s&toBSkijmiimHUwamaMum k i "t nr Y4 1. CORRESPONDENCE BROADWATER The river continues low, In fact It is nearly dry. D. C. Grim of liayard was in Hroad water on business Monday. A good rain wouldn't be a bad thing, und would be very welcome. John Adams spent Sunday at the Bowersock home on Dugout Creek. Henry Hubbard and wife visited with Fred Powers nnd family Sunday. Walter Buchanan has gone to Colo rado, combining business and pleasure. The Wehn Telephone Co. is improv ing their line from Ogalalla to Bridge port. The Broadwater Gun Club hnd a practice shoot on the. grounds Sunday afternoon. Pat Rowlan is building a new barn on his ranch. He believes in being progressive. There is a prospect of organizing a base ball nine in Broadwater. - Push it along, boys. John Bowersock and Bert Cooper were hunting for cattle last week that had strayed away. Milan Bcaty of the Duer nnd Buch anan ranch was sojourning in Broad water Sunday afternoon. Anthony Johnson is putting up a windmill on his ranch this week, and otherwise improving his home. D. A. Sharp, formerly of Bridgeport has moved onto his Kinkaid near here, and we welcome him as an addition to our population. The Broadwater Lumber Co. moved their coal sheds from the south side of the railroad track to the yard the first of the week; a great convenience to their coal customers. We understand work will commence June 15 on the extension of the Brown's Creek Canal. This is a piece of work that has hung fire for a long time and we are glad it is at last to be done. BONNElT Kennedy arc hauling lumber for their new houses this week. Martin Anderson nnd Miss Lcunte Wood wero the gUests of Mr. and Mrs, It. K. Thomas Sunday afternoon. J. N. Hrlggs and little daughter vislfd with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Briggs, a few days last week. Mrs. Jean Sights and family spent a week in the Sand H'lls visiting Mrs. Asa Briggs and Mrs. Frauk Boon. J. II. Vaughn closed a deal for his "Upper ranch" by which King and Tlernan beeamo the possessors of five quarters of Morrill county land. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Saxton left here Sunday morning for their home in Montana after a wepks visit with his brother, Jus, Saxon of this place. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Thomas returned froui their wedding trip Friday and will bo "at home" to their friends at the Williams ranch for the present. Mrs, Mary Hull of Grand Island and her daughter, Mrs. John Baumgardner of Alliance, camo in on 303 Saturday for a visit with Arch Hull and sister, Mrs. John Powers. niEREA Roy Denton weut to Alliance for lumber and other articles. Mrs, Anna Denton returned to her home near Hope Saturday. W. B. Hubble has returned to his work In the Wright locality. Most every one has stopped breaking because the ground is so dry. Mr. and Mrs. John and family visited at C. Duers at Maliuda Sunday. Arthur Lore and family are visiting at H ashman with J. A. Lore's. Arthur F. Becker, county superin tendent, has some thought of resigning. We hope ho may reconsider his plans. Mr8. W. B. Hubble and Arthur Hub ble went to Freeport to visit her daugh ter on account of sickness of a grand child. Preaching service was well attended last Sunday with Mrs. Beck as minister. Her daughter Stevcson gave a fine solo. Everyone is very much pleased with her assistance in Sunday school. AFTON Otto Hagermuu was on the streets of Bonuer yesterday. Every one in this vicinity is wishing for a good ram tiiesu days us it is bad ly needed. Mr. arrtfMrs. Frank Boon and family visited with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Roach Saudity, Mrs. W. C. Falrchild returned last week from un extended visit to her parents at Teeumseh. Mr. Gentle, Mr. Plansky and Mr. Joe Nabb is working on the Phelan ranch. Joe Miller is doing odd jobs at Mr. Jacobs lately. Wm. Essex and sons made a trip to the sand hills. Mrs, Burkeholder and s,on Leslie re turned from a trip to Iowa. A. J. Gaghagen is having a new house erected on his farm. Mrs. A. I. Gaghagen made a flying trip to Alliance Saturday. Everybody well but mighty thirsty on account of the dry weather. Joseph Barkhurst returned from Lin coln Saturday. He is feeling and look ing fine. Miss Elsie Nabb and Miss Rose Knapp'made a pleasure trip to Alliance Friday ana upon tneir return brought with them Amauda Nabb, who has concluded that there is no place like home. A mighty war whoop and tho sound as of a band of wild Indians rushing upon our unprotected farms; but lo! It has died away and upon investiga tion it was found that the Nabb boys had finished cutting spuds. hubblSSTlat Mr. and Mrs. A. Ross are visiting at A. Lore's this week. Miss Huston of Mud Springs spent Sunday at A. Lore's. Auntie Mailey is better at this w'rtiing. Miles Hagaman was visiting home folks last week. Ethel Hagaman is staying in Alliance at mis writing. Mrs. Shanklin intends moving to the hills this week. ' Fred Rib ;ins and family spent Sunday at trie uaiuioo Home. Miles Hagaman is in the Hills at this writing working on the Spade ranch. O. E. Hagaman is helping James Under- wocd build a House on his homestead this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Coker and children spent Sunday afternoon at the Shanklin home. Mrs. O. E. Hagaman of the sand hill country spent Sunday at the home of Geo Hagaman. Shirley Hagaman is staying at the home of Fred Robbins helping Mrs. Bobbins with her work. John Wright and family and J C. Haw kins and wife were at the home of George Clark Sunday. There will be no services at the Car penter Baptist church Sunday on account of the association at Chadron. George G. Clark is wearing a broad smile these days over the arrival Monday of a bouncing baby boy. Mother and child doing nicely. Miss Dollie Hagaman returned home from Bayard Saturday, where she has been visiting at the home of lohn Hunt. She reports a good time. Miss Sylvia Hagaman and Miss Lizzie Coker were appointed delegates to the northwest Baptist Association to be held in Chadron June 17 and eighteen. CANTON Frank Caha was trading in Hemingford Saturday. John Caha is building a new house on his claim. Louis Uarta and wife were in Heming ford Saturday. G. H. Clayton made a trip to Scotls Bluff one day last ueek. Scott Hood and wife were visiting their mother one day last week. Miss Safford and friend from Omaha are the guests of Mrs. Boshar- Mrs. W. A. Hood was taken worse last Tuesday and Dr. Slagle was called. Ethel Waddell of Hemingford is visit ing the Johnson family at present. K. L. Pierce and little son Lonald were autoing the Canton streets Friday. ..Miss Bertha Parkyn is attending In stitute and Junior Normal in Alliance. Mrs. Frank Caha entertained a number of friends and relatives at a birthday dinner Sunday. QUAKERVALLEY Mrs. Allen Jamison spent Monday at the home of Mrs. Farley. v The high winds have injured the crops and gardens in this part of the county. Mrs. Churchill and Mrs. Sailor were out making calls on their neighbors Monday. . Little Willie Vantress is verr low at this writing, with no hope of his recovery. The Jamison brothers and Cash Farley have each purchased new cream sepa rators. Edwin Owen, Marshall Howser, Allen Jamison and Cash Farley made a business trip to Alliance Monday We believe this is the worst weather we have had since coming here more than a year ago. Rather hard for a tenderfoot. Edwin Owen received the sad news of the sudden death of his sister, Mrs. Joseph Smith of Ackworth, Iowa, one day last week. some very beauillol music lsverynoay reports a good time considering trio cool evening. Charley Green is putting in cement side walks this week for Johnson and (he Erickson Drug Co. Several went from here on the Payne special last Wednesday to see the head gates of the Trlstate ditch. The Erickson Drug Co. has received iho fixtures for tlmir new building and are iiiitiinu Ihnm ut this week. This will make a first class store in Bayard. NINE MILE CANYON Harry Ellengar was seen in the canyon Sunday, G. W. White spent Sunday at G. W. Horn's. ' ' Children's day in district 34 was well attended. Mr. Daily ot Reno, Mo., is visiting at the Pease home. Rollie Reed has joined the boys at the government camp, Miss Wilson called on Mrs. Gripple Tuesday afternoon. Rollie Reed and Frank Johnson were in Minatarelast week. Mr. Lewis ot Bayard has bought Mr. Rockwell's east eighty. A. Z. Nicola was at Joe Neurds last Wednesday afternoon. The Misses Dwyer of Alliance are visiting a the Alyward home this week. The neighbors are to meet at the Hope school house to talk about having tele phones run thru the Canyon from Mina tare. Harry Long has been listing corn and says it would puzzle a snake to crawl up the rows, but he expects to raise a good crop. The Government camp at Luke Alice looks like a young Chicago in the distance. They now have a couple of automobiles and electric lights. FAIRVIEW pneumonia but is getting better at this writing. n Hemingford Happenings Tho marriage nf fir Hemingford cor respondent leaves us without news for our Hemingford department this week. Wo ask our many Hemingford readers to have patience with us. By next week ws wilt have another correspondent and hope to line up the news from that part of the county better than ever before. Sitici Notice ia hereby given to H. J. Pat terson that on Juno at, 1910, his trunk and clothes will bo eold for room rent and storage Mrs, Jcnnie Hoskins. 253t Miss M. Ruth Taylor TEACHER OF PIANO 324 West Idaho. Phone 205 BAYARD Edith M. Swan TETAOHKH. OR PIANO, HARMONY and Musical History Studio 424 Laramie Avenue Pho no QQO Still the wind blows without any rain. Lloyd Green is papering this week for Will Smith. H. E. Rosenvelt and family spent Mon day night in the Bluffs. &; T. McKelvey went to Bridgeport Monday on official business. Co. Supt. Edjth Watford spent last Thursday night with her father and visited friends. The Epworth League ice cream social that was given on Mr. McKelvey's lawn was welt attended and the band rendered J. R. Lawrence and wife visited with Grandpa and Grandma Iladley Sunday afternoon. The ladies of Fairview organized a W. C. T. U. Sunday with Mrs. F. H. Nason as president. John Patker left Monday for Custer county, where he intends to dispose of tCo acres of land which he owns there J. R. Lawrence and C. Benjaman pulled their threshing rig to Wm, Munich's Wed nesday. He is one of those who did not get his threshing done last fall. Several of the neighbors gathered to gether Monday and planted corn for Chas. Heath. He has been quite sick with J. P. HAZARD Surveyor and Engineer, ALLIANCU, NKllltASKA Parties out, of town should write, as I am out much of the time Charges will not exceed $3.00 and ex penses per day. E. C. Whisman Practical Painter and Paper Hanger Full line wall paper samples . PHONE 709 ALLIANCE, NEB. Partial Program of Big Fourth of July Celebration, Race Meeting and STOCKMEN'S CONVENTION at Alliance, Nebraska, . iPram . July 4, 5, 6, 7, 1 91 0 ' I Snhlprt tn Charm Cfrtnn tn h FnlnrttPfl m Writ Magnificent Automobile Flower Parade July 4 Most beautitul and spectacular parade ever seen in northwest Nebraska. Parade of U. S. Troops Follows at Same Time LADY WEAVER THE GUIDELESS WONDER Will go against her time July 5, 6 and 7 Subject to Change TTJX-.-Z" -4 Program too long and varied to be all give here Salute at sunrise. Grand dis play of -fireworks at 3:30 p. m. Cowboy parade, hose races, relay races, ooW horse races, calithutnplau parade. Prizes for largest families, etc. Foot races, band con certs, grand automobile flower parade and parade of United States troops. Big Delegation from South Omaha will furnish special attractions of inter est to Stockmen. Governor Shallenberger and other prominent men will be present The best relay riders of Nebraska will ride daily 1st 2:25 trot. Purse 8250, divided $125. S75. $50. Five to enter, three to go. 2nd One mile dash. Purse $100. divided $50. S30, $20. Five to enter, three to go. 3rd 2:20 tace. Purse S200, divided $100. S60 anJ S40. . Rest two out of three. Five to enter and three to go. 4th One half mile da&h. Purse $50. divided $25, 815, 810. Five to enter, three to go. 5th Two mile relay. Purse $75. Three to enter, two to go. Divided $50 and $25. 6th One mile pace by Lady Weaver. The Uuldeless Wonder goes without driver or pacemaker; answers to the bell. Will go ugainst her time of 2:1J. Has been shown on all the leading tracks of the United Mates it ml Canada. 7th One mile chariot nice. Purse SM, divided 840 and $20 8th llpMivho busting Purse $150. Riders must ride as often as the judges may require- Divided 875. $50, $25. 8100 purse for best pitching horses, divided 850.830, $20. TTJTJLTZ' e 'st 2:40 trot or pace. Purse 8150. Itest two out of three. Divided 875, 50 and $25. Flve'to enter, three to go. Five second;.' handicap- to pacers. 2nd Five-eighths mile dash. P.urse $75, divided 835, $25, 815. Five to enter, three to sro. 3rd 2:30 pace. Purse 8150, divided $75, 850. $25. Five to enter, three to go. 4th One-fourth mile dash. Purse 850, divided 825. 815 and 810. Five to enter, three to go. 5th One mile chariot race, 880 divided 840 and 820. 6th Two mile relay race. Purse $75 divided $50 and 825. Three to enter, two to go, 7th One mile pace by Lady Weaver. 8th Itroncho busting, second event. 9th One-half tntle dash. Free for all for 2 and 3-year-olds. Handicap. $50. i JULY .7 1st 2:13 pace. Purse 8250, divided $125, 875 und $30. Five to enter, three to go. 2nd-ipne mile dash, purse $100, divided 850. 830, $20. Five to enter, three to go. 3rd Free for all, nurse $300, divided $150, $100 and $50. Five to enter, three to go; five seconds handicap to pacers. 4th One-half mile dash. Purse $50, divided $25. 815, 810. Five to enter, three to go. 5th One mile chariot race, purse 860, divided 840 and $20. 6th Two mile relay race. Purse S75, divided 850 and 825. Three to enter, two to go, 7th One mile pace by Lady Weaver. 8th 3rd event Rough Riding, TEN PER CENT WILL HE CHARGED FOR ALL ENTRANCE FEES The Entire Regiment of U. S. Cavalry from Fort Robinson will be encamped at Alliance during two days of the celebration. Sports of every sort by the soldiers for special prizes. Big Prizes for Bucking Horses and Broncho Busting FREE ENTERTAINMENT FOR VISITORS EACH MORNING AND EVENING m Ui 1 Mmm wftm ltanf tu flllJrJU II JliJLIII ULvl T JLIA)IJ, Bowery Dance IDsuilr . i .i .! i i . .-I..... ..m...i- ., .. - .! ... Grand Stockmen's Ball Wed. Night Big Purses Assure Great Races Alliance Extends a Cordial Invitation to Her Neighbors. Gome!