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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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and exclusiveness in summer
oxfords is to be . had in our
Barry and Hnnnnn:low shoes.
If the air can frislc around
your ankles over a pair of
Barry and Homan oxfords you
will enjoy real summer foot
aE) comfort and have a pair of
"ties" that are of the latest
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f RAILWAY NOTES AND PERSONALS X
Brakeman Emery is enjoying a visit
from his wife.
Jlo, 44 was five hours late Vednes
day. Late off of the N. P. :
Mrs. Don Wagner returned. Monday
from a short trip to Colorado.
Flagman Fred Vaughn was off two
trips this week owing to sickness.
Fireman F. J. Mahoney has been
transferred to the cast end local.
Condnctor James Gaddis of Ra
venna came in on No. 43 'Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Metz and son returned
Sunday morning from thoir tripeapt.
Fireman L, W. Park has been trans
ferred to the Denver line and will
make bis home in Sterling.
Brakeman C. G. Smith was taken to
the hospital Monday morning. He is
suffering a severe attack of pneumonia.
Brakeman J. W. Cartlc has asked
for a thirty days lay off beginning June
18, but he is not going to get married.
Con. George Young has been off
several days resting up from the ard
uous duties incident to running a train.
Firemen C. W. Crabtree and F. W.
Perkins have severed their connection
with the Burlington and gone to Deli
Conductor J. S. Ward has asked for
a lay off commencing June 20 good for
thirty days. Con. Clyde Bullock has
also asked for leave of absence a
little later in the month.
Word from the bedside of Brakeman
Smith, who is confined to the hospital
with pneumonia, is that he is a very
sick boy. His friends hope that with
the fine medical attention and good
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nursing he is receiving he will be on
the road to recovery soon.
Con. Rod Randall was taken veYy
sfcTf on hlslQCof run' Vest" Wednesday
morning. An extra- conductor was
dead headed up'toMnko his train and
Randall came in on No. 44.
Brakeman R. F. Morgan met with a
thrilling experience with tramps three
miles west of Marsnd. When going
over his trainee found two tramps in
an empty box car, They made an un
expected attack and threw him out of
the car. Fortunately they were going
slow up the hill so Morgan jumped up
and caught the way car. He was too
mad to know Ibat he was pretty badly
bruised up. The conductor and Mor
gan took a couple of brake clubs and
climbed over to the car occupied by tbe
hobos, The last seen of them they
were sitting by the track nursing two
Brakeman L. E- Dyer bad a very
narrow escape from death June 13 at
1 p. m. Extra 3113 west in charge of
Con. Fred Campbell was pulling out
of the Alliance yards. On account of
slack running out Dyer was thrown
from the top of a car about forty cars
from the engine. With the thought in
his mind that it would be death to him
if be struck the ground on his head be
grabbed the brake wheel and turned
himself enough to fall on his right leg
breaking one bone between the knee
and ankle. He got up and took three
or four steps before he realized he was
hurt. He is now in the Alliance Hos
pital receiving the best of care- He
tells everybody cheerfully, "1 am
getting along fthe and thankful it was
no worse. " -
Lost Silk "umbrella, ivory "Lady
and tbe Tiger" head, lost in Alliance,
Tuesday, June 14th. Owner values
highly on account of it having been a
present to him. Finder will receive a
suitable reward by leaving at The Her
ald office. 27-2t
LOCAL PARAGRAPHS V
Mrs.A, Wlker has btir thanks for a
year's advance subscription to The
Rev. I. E. Nolte left Monday on his
motorcycle for Rushvillc, expecting to
Mr. R. Br Mdnfort arrived again in
Alliance after several week's visit with
relatives' irk Ohio.
Sheriff New of Rushvillc stopped in
Alliance Saturday on his return JtorA
an official trip to Lincoln,
If vou are needing a typewriter, "call
at The Herald office and see the Oli
ver, and get price and terms. $
The name of Mrs. H. E. FiBJicr,
Burlington, Wash., was added to" The
HemM's subscription list losUweeJc
C. W. Gillin of the Gillins' Land
Agency, Sioux City, is attending to
Box Butte county business this week,
C. F. Jeffrey, Allen, Nebr., is in
terestedin BoxI3utte county andisends
a dollar and a half to secure the "neW.B
through The Herald. '
A.' L. Warren of.Dunlap, Iowa, was
prospecting in this part ot Nebraska
laBt week with a view to securing a
Kinkaid claim if possible. v
.Rev. j. L.Vallow and Rev. I, E.
Nolte are attending a , ministerial
association, at Rushvillc this' week.
They expect to return before Sunday.
John Beutler and James Kennedy,
two of our Canton subscribers, made
The Herald office a friendly call last
Friday, accompanied by Fred Eckert.
County Supt. H. R- Dellinger of
Hyannis is one of Tbe Herald's teacher
subscribers who have favored us with a
call since the opening of the Junior
The new cement sidewalk in front of
Holsten's drug store and McCleur's
dry goods store is an improvement
over tbe old walk that was removed the
first of tbe week.
F- L. Gallagher of Rosalie, Nebr.,
was in Alliance tbe first of the week
interviewing some of our real estate
men with a view to investing in Box
Butte county soil.
The largest line of legal blanks in
northwestern Nebraska is carried in
stock at The Herald office. Customers
in neighboring towns supplied by mail,
postage prepaid, at Omaha prices.
Sam Switzer of Casper, Wyo., is
one of a number of Herald subscribers
outside of Box Butte county who have
remembered Tbe Herald with sub
scription money within the last few
days. . . ,.
L. E. Stouffer came in from his
place seventeen miles west of town
Saturday to transact business, a part
0f which was to set himself ahead on
subscription to his favorite paper, The
Samuel Von Crosigh of Bingham is
now a patie'nt'in tbe Alliance hospital.
He was brought here last Friday, suf
fering from a severe case of pleurisy,
but we are glad to say he is slowly im
proving, J. F. Carey of Alliance, the Western
Nebraska agent of the Monarch Coal
Co. of Wyoming, was in Crawford
Tuesday looking for a new represent
ative of the company. Crawford
Gov. Shallenberger made a fine ad
dress at the opening of tbe teachers
institute Monday morning in the Pres
byterian church aB did also Hon. J. J.
.Tooley of Anselmo, Broken Bow Re
publican. Rev, J. M. Huston is attending the
Northwestern Baptist Association at
Chadron this week. It is expected that
quite a large delegation will be in at
tendance from Alliance the latter part
of the week.
C, E. Bullock left on 44 yesterday
for Liberty, Mo., to which place he
was -summoned as a.witness in a rail
road law suit. He will visit in eastern
Nebraska before his return, which will
be about July 4th.
Last week we intended to mention
the arrival from Lincoln of W. H.
L'unn, the piano tuner, whose announce
ment appeared in The Herald. He is
a musician and is a welcome addition
to the musical talent of this city.
J. A. Keegan, himself an old news
paper man, likes to see a subscription
contest go right- Although paid nearly
a year ahead, he pays another year's
subscription and gives one of the con
testants a hundred and fifty votes.
Rev. Benj. Kuhler arrived home this
j morning from Hemingfard, where he
1 went last week to assist in the dedica-
tory services of the new M. E. church
I at that place. ThiB was Rev. Kuhler's
charge before coming here. Gordon
W. M Robinson, manager of the
Bennett Piano company, is attending
to business for the company in this
part of Nebraska this week, and in
cidentally looking after bis personal in
terests by driving out to his Box Butte
county farm Tuesday.
The Ladies of Maccabees will hold a
dance in the Pbelan Opera House,
Monday evening, June 20. Come all
and have a good time. Good music.
The Ladies are putting forth every eff
ort to make this a pleasant evening for
all who will attend- Committee.
Prospects are now good for a big
crowd in Alliance one week from to
day, on account of the big Sells-Floto
shows that are to be here on that day.
These shows are one of the biggest in
America, in fact it is claimed to be tbe
biggest twenty-five cent show on the
road, and we miss our guess if the
town isn't full of people on tbe 23rd of
Mrs, Nettie Wcstly came in from tbe
ranch last Saturday to transact busi
ness, and favored The Herald office
with a call. Notwithstanding her ad
vancing years,' we are pleased to note
that she appears to be enjoying good
Miss Verna Brown of New York
arrived Sunday to make her sister,
Mrs. R. E- Murry, a visit. Miss
Brown has recently recovered from a
severe illness. She expresses herself
as delighted with this western country
and climate and is planning to spend
the summer here,
Chas. W. Grassman, foreman at the
Burlington machine shops, has pur
chased a fine Concord piano of T. J.
Threlkeld, the same being delivered
this week, so that the girls who are now
large enough to take "music 'lessons can
devote a part of their time to the piano,
as well as taking cafe of the baby
brother who arrived last week.
Seventeen cents a day will pay for
an Oliver typewriter, latest model.
This is onlv a little more than n tvnr.
writer rents for, and the use of one of
these machines is worth that amount
in almost any home, and much more
than that in an office. For price,
terms, etc., call at Tbe Herald office.
Prof. E. P. Wilson of the city
schools left the first of the week for
Alliance where he will spend .bis sum
mer vacation as an instructor in the
Bummer normal at that place. Mr.
Wilson is one of the best known educa
tors of the state and taught last year
in the summer normal at Valentine.
Mr, and Mrs. C H. Tully and their
son Lloyd came over from Alliance
Saturday evening. Mrs. Tully and
Lloyd stopped off here while Charley
went to Ainsworth to see some cattle
he has south of there. He returned
bere Sunday night and they visited
until Tuesday afternoon with their
Rushville friends. Crawford Recorder-
The following Sioux county teachers
are attending tbe Junior Normal at
Alliance: Mabel Bigelow, gertru.de
Converse, Anton E. Larson, "Matilda
Noreisch, Fay Wickersbam, Mabel
Zerbe, of Harrison; Mrs. Anna Den
ton, ot Hope; Sarah Hamilton, of
Adelia; Clara Mortensen, of Glen;
Minnie Ring, of Story; Grace Sheets,
of AndrewB. Harrison Sun.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Betebenner and
three children, left Alliance last Sat
urday to seek a location in a lower al
titude, owing to Mr. Betebenner's
failing health. They went first to
Broken Bow, where they will visit
friends, thence will probably go to
Ravenna, and may visit in Wisconsin
and also Kansas before the close of the
summer. Much as they enjoyed living
in Alliance they will probably not re
turn to make their home here on ac
count of the altitude being higher than
they wish. We regret to lose them as
ntirpnn hut are nleased that the oldest
son, Harry, will remain here, having a
position as salesman wan ine ramous
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Miller,
June 12, 1910, a girl,.
Will feed and take care of horses
through 4th of July celebration, Stock
men's convention, at Spry's barn.
Geo. Darling left on 42 yesterday
morning for Grand Island, where he is
attending tbe state convention of fun
D. P. Miller of Cumberland. Md.
who has been advertising two quarter,
sections of land for sale in The Herald,
writes us: "I have had a number of
replies thereto, and hope the fruit will
ripen." , i
A ticipating more horses in Alliance?,
during the 4th of July celebration and
stockmen's convention than can be'
handled by. the Jivery barns, Simoii
Spry has decided to feed at his barn
as will be seen by his notice in another;
The-carly morning- flushing of the
streets jn the main business part of tbe
city makes it much more pleasant for
the mecchants and other business men
of Alliance, as well as their customers..
The flushing was not needed this
morning on account of the rain last
' In changing the time of printing from
Thursday evening to morning we find
it difficult for a while to get our news
items, as well as advertising, lined up
as we wish to, consequently we are
leaving out this week some news and
advertising that we wish very much
were not omitted.
Mrs. Agnes T. Boyer of North
Platte, deputy supreme commander
for the Ladies of the Maccabees of the
World, has been doing a good deal of
work in Alliance during the last few
weeks, and will remain here until
next Tuesday. She has initiated
three classes already, the last of the
three being taken in last evening.
Mrs. Boyer, like most persous engaged
in public work, realizes the value of
neat printing and has ordered a good
supply of cards at The Herald office.
Z. F. Brown of Plattsmouth, a
coach painter who has been in tbe em
ploy of the Burlington since 1882, has
been offered a transfer to Alliance, and
was in this city last Saturday, pros
pecting with a view to accepting the
offer. Mrs. Brown will come to Alli
ance Boon to spend a few days, and if
she is as well pleased with the city and
this climate as her husband was, they
will make their home here. By the
way, Mrs. Brown was a schoolmate in
her girlhood days of Mrs- F. E. Red
dish, and coming to this city will not
be altogether like going among stran
gers. Money to loan on real estate. F. E.
This store agrees to re
fund your money any
time you are displeased
with your purchase
You get the most change
back at this store, because
we sell good merchandise
cheaper than elsewhere
Boys' Knee Pants
It is seldom so earlv in the season that we have so
many broken lines of New, Stylish Suits. This is
accounted for by the fact that we have sold more fine
Suits during this time than any time in the history
of this Progressive Store. There are 75 Suits that
sold none lower than $25.00, yours now for
Including Hart Schaffner & Marx make, which, as
you know is the last word in clothing for menl
Here is some good news for wearers of good cloth
ing. We have on sale about 150 Men's Suits worth
$20.00 and 518.00. When we sav WORTH we
mean they were BOUGHT to SELL at that price
and SOLD at that price earlier in the season. These
goods are all in indelibly stamped with Spring of
1 9 10. A wonderful array of Patterns and Stye.
Fabrics are the best. Trimmings and make unex
celled. We put them all on sale at
worth $1.75, now
sizes 2-5, AS
worth $2.00 KvrcF
Boys' Dress Shirts
This Sale Positively Lasts Ony 1 0 Days
Boys' Suits, knee pants
$5.00 values, now
One-Price Clothing House
The Home of
Hart Schaffner & Harx Clothes
This store sells none but
Standard Makes. The
Diamonds of the Men's
Wear Trade are here
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing
Stetson Mats Douglas and Tilt Shoes
Star and Manhattan Shirts, Munsing
Underwear, B. V.D., Perrin's Gloves,
Corliss Coon Collars
Carhartt's Work Clothes
60 beautiful Plaited Shirts for
Men, $2.00 values, sale price
U. S. -Army Porous Nit Cow Hide ' .Men's Black and 200 Men's Dress
GavalfyvPa'nts ,,,' '
Underwear Suit Cases " White Standard Shirts
worth $5.00 .
tor Men Jtf Work Shirts 75c values
au'woo, 19c I $5.00 39c 39c
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Take a-peek (f 7 CO t- 1
1 big lot of Men's $1.25 Shirts
your free (ZQr
choice Lr (L'
Hot Weather Underwear
from J C up
(This don't go if it snows)
Cow Boy Boots
Ask to see that stemwinder at
250 pairs new all-wool
$5.00 grades, sale price
Priestly cloth, regular $25.00
values, sale price
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