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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1910)
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Published Every Thursday by
The HeraM PitWshtnf Cimpafly.
LLOYD C. THOMAS, Business Mgr.
JOHN V. THOMAS Editor
J. B. KNIEST Associate Editor
Entered at the postoflice at Alliance,
Nebraska, for transmission through the
mails, as second-class matter.
Subscription, $1.30 per year In advance.
THURSDAY, JULY 14, igio
Democratic County Convention
You are hereby notified that on Satur
day, July i6rd., lgto, at 2 o'clock p, m.,
at the county court house, the demo
crats of Dox Butte county, will hold a
county convention, for the purpose of
selecting five delegates to the state con
vention, to be held at Grand Island, Ne
braska, July 23, 1910, and for the further
purpose of selecting a county central com
mittee, and a county chairman, secretary,
and treasurer and such other business as
they may deem necessary.
Robert Graham, Chairman.
C. W. Brennan, Secretary.
I hereby announce myself a
candidate for the office of County
Attorney, for Box Butte County,
at the Primary to be held Au
gust 10th., 1010, subject to the
Democrat and People's party.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for State Representa
tive of the 50rd representative
district of Nebraska, subject to
the Primaries of the Democratic
and People's Independent Parties
to be hold Aug. 10, 1910.
J. A. Robertson.
I wish to announce to the vot
ers that I am a candidate for
Representative of the 33rd Dis
trict, subject to the action of the
Democratic and People's Inde
pendent parties. Primaries Aug
ust 10th, 100. H. E. Reische.
The Herald does not demand
of a candidate for an elective
office, as a condition to securing
our vote, that he think just as
we think on all questions of
public interest; but we wish to
say here and now that no candi
date for a legislative office,
whether state or national, will
ever receive out? support unless
he is openly and unequivocally
committed to the principle of
direct legislation, The relorm
that should be secured iirst in
this country is to get the govern
ment nearer the people". He who
is unwilling to let the people
rule will not rule by our consent.
For some time past friends of
Prof. J. W. Crabtree, ex-presi
dent of the Peru state normal
school, have been urging him to
become a candidate for state
superintendent of public instruc
tion. He declined to yield to
their request in the matter as
long as there was tt possibility
that Supt Bishop would be a
candidate for re-election. When,
however, it became known that
Mr, Bishop had definitely decided
to accept the offer of another po
sition, Mr. Crabtree decided to
become a candidate for the re
publican nomination. That he
is eminently qualified for the
position seems to be admitted
even by his most bitter enemies,
of which he has a few. He has
a large number of enthusiastic
friends, also, who will heartily
support him. It remains to be
seen whether the "stand-patters"
will be able to defeat him for the
Direct Legislation for Colorado
The indications are that Ne
braska and Colorado will both
have direct legislation within a
few years, but it looks now like
Colorado will beat out- own state
to it. Governor Shafrotlt has
called a special session of the
Colorado legislature to take ac
tion on a number of reform
measures, including the initia
tive and referendum. As an in
dication of the popular sentiment
we quote the following from a
statement recently made by
George B, Laing, president of
the Colorado State Fanners'
Union, who has visited thirty
live counties of the state within
the 'last six months and has
found it practically unanimous
demand for the direct primary,
direct legislation, bank guaran
tee and the headless ballot:
"Irrespective ot party the petiole are
in favor of these reforms. In the
thirt) Vve counties visited by me in
the last six months the sentiment U
overwhelmingly for the redemption of
the pledges. I speak of the farmers
and laborers, for I did not talk with
politicians. Party name has lost its
significance throughout the state
The people do not caro which party
gives them the reforms demanded.
Should the democrats fail to keep their
promises a. third party Is" inevitable,
and it wilt have the support of Demo
crats and Republicans. Should the
insurgents capture the Republican or
ganization there might be a different
lineup, but it is practically certain the
machine element will coutrol the Re
publican state convention. The in
surgent element is particullary strong.
on the western slope and Merle Vin
cent is gaining a big army of adherents.
My information through the state is
generally that the Republicans are
neither regular nor insurgent. They
regard the insurgent movement with
some indifference, but they are es
sentially anti-Evans and auti-Guggen-helm."
W. J. TAYLOR
Candidate for the Democratic and
Populist Nomination for Congress
I beliee that the position of the
Democratic party upon the tariff, in
come tax. banking, ship-subsidies,
courts, control of corporations, diiect
legislation, etc., is best conductive to
the people's interest, nud that a re
publican cannot consistently complain
of the present conditions and ask for a
contiuueuce of his party in power.
Candor and a regard for the intelli
gence of the people compel? one to ad
mit the influence of the system is
found in all parties till men are dis
gusted with politics. In these pros
perous times the people are nervously
restless and discontented with the
insolence of monev in government and
trann iiij)uines.sl :
Insurgency is everywhere and is
the people's protest against this power
Corporations care only for men, they
know no parties-
The people niuat imitate their wis
dom. V. J TAYLOR.
Laboring Men Favor
There was a time within the memory
of the writer of this article when poli
ticians of a certain class, particularly
in the eastern patt of the United States,
openly declined that the common people
did not have sufficient intelligence to
decide upon the incuts of great public
questions and that in order for such
questions to be properly settled, it was
necessary to elect men to think for
them, A few of the more brazen of
that class of politicians had the impu
dence to enJorse such theories in Neb
raska and other western states, and
particularly as a lesult of their efforts
to foist upon the people such un-American
theories the populist party came
into existence, repieseutmg u popular
protest. As lias been stated in The
Herald, the populist party strongly ad
vocated direct legislation as represented
in the initiative and referendum, many
jears before the enactment of the law
giving to Nebraska citizens the right to
adopt and use those methods of settling
It is a noteworthy fact that while the
principle of direct legislation is endorsed
practically unanimously bv voters in
rural districts, it is also one of fuuda
mental principles of union labor organiz
ations. There is no reputable union
labor paper, so far as we know, that
opposes the initiative and referendum.
Political tricksters who have "an axe
to grind," and w ho are w illiu to submit
to thedecisiuu of the innjoriU . expressed
in as direct and simple manner as pos
sible, are, of course, opposed to the
adoption of the initiative and referen
dum; it is not surprising that tliev re
sott to trickery and misrepresentation
in their efforts to deceive the people.
Unless they can succeed in doing this,
the adoption of the initiative and refer
eiulum in Nebraska within the next few
years is assered l an overwhelming
The Herald will fooii have some very
interesting contributions ffom J. P.
Barker, of Chariton, Iowa, who is
putting in the new nursery near Alli
ance Mr. Barter will write some verv
valuable articles relative to the growth
and care of trees in Box Butte county
and western Nebraska Fie is a
niirsenmannf many ear's experience
and knows his business. Mr. Rarger
will prob.iblv move here this summer
or fall and will oetore another ear
have an established uurserv and be
able to furnish trees adapted to the
qliiiuteutid soil of western Nebraska.
Treasurer's Semi-Annual Statement-Box Butte Countv
Summary of Collections, Disbursements and Bal
ances for the Six Months Ending June 30th, 19 10
. 34.339 40
Tofash on hand forwarded
To 1HW tux collected
To I0O3 tax collected
To 1MM tax collected. ... .......
To torn tax collected1..,
To IPO) tax collected
To 1007 tax collected..
To 1P0S tax collected ,
To IP09 tax collected
To nchool land-lease...,.
Htatenld, Jane 12-10
To Jim Appt. reed, of state Treas
ToJuncAppt reed, ot state Treas
Dl. 0 treasurer ,
To ml. Col. Oo. Oen
To fines and license col
To Interest on Oo. deposits
To fees ;
I, Fred Mollring;, County Treasurer of Box Butte County, do hereby certify that the
enclosed statement is a true copy of all collections and disbursements for the six months
ending June 30th, 1910. Fred Mollring, Country Treasurer.
B. H. Fernald. Auto Livery.
Prompt service. Phoue 15 or Red
The Lincoln Automobile Club turned
out In large numbers and attended the
parade of the Lincoln Boosters, who
returned from their southern trip lust
Saturday night, to welcome them
Last month the Nebraska Uulck Au
tomobile Company placed very sub
stantial agencies at Bridgeport, Sidney
and Kimball in the western end of this
state, and have already shipped sev
eral carloads of cars to those different
The County Commissioners at Lin
coln have put In 250 miles of graded
roads leading In every direction from
Lincoln. This is the greatest number
miles of graded roads put in Lancaster
Connty In any one previous yeur.
Mr. II. E. Sidles. General Manager of
Nebraska Uulck Automobile Company
of Lincoln, and his family, accompanied
lit- Mc Pmiin llnlmm i.nJ ..... H'.l
t. .....a W......U IHStlllCC UUU JUliYi t ill-
ton G. Roberts and family, and A. G.
Davis and family, left Lincoln Fourth
of July In their automobiles for a trip
across the country to Denver, going
bv the wav of Chereiinn. Thpv vnnrt.
to htop In Kearney the first night, Og
allala the second night, Cheyenne the
third night and Denver the fourth
night. All four cars are well supplied
with equipment, fiom tire cases to
trunk racks, and numerous other equip
ments. All four cars are carrying pen
nants of the Lincoln Automobile Club.
The following list of autos registered
in Nebraska from Jamiary ist to June
tst of this ear may be of iuterest to
our readers, as it shows just how many
cars of each make are being sold.
Ian, l to June I.
Maxwell. .. .
K M. I"
Had I line .
Jackson , . .,
Mitchell . . .
HuiKon ., ...
. . .-
om , ... ...:::
mi veils Durjea..
W lille Meamer...
I'urterC'ur '.'.'.'''.'.'.'.".'"'.'.' .'
Htoddiird Oayto V.'.'.Y'
t umeroii ,
P"" , .'.'.". ::.'"
Midland ... . . .........
;t' Toledo "'
liconomv. llanes. Rider Lewis, Wayne.
:JrC.". Murlon lope, Mathesoii, Moon.
Hutfleld, Maier, Mtsou, Monitor. Aurora,
HenUtrkoii, uieawiu, IlickettK, eneh .
I'eerlJss. Molina. Uterus. Thomas, Nation
ill, American. Great Western. Vetern.
Premier, Jon Kmlitem, Nordyke, I.exluK
tou, Itoyul. swutiMtn Thayer Mllier Kop
IliiKer. Knox, fhiise. Annus, Winters, KllcU,
Huiley. Ourtis, Mercer. Lincoln. Own MaUn,
Deal. Victor, Otishnian. Anchor, .leffri.
hverett.each . "
Automobile Laws of Nebraska.
tlflVI.N ATPIKMCIIINU KM.
An. person un-i-iting u motor ve
hicle shall at r'iitst or on signal by
putting up tla- iui-1. from a person
riding or ilrlrlii; i ii'stivn horse or
other draught ... .. , u.tic anlmul.
bring Midi motor v.-hick- Immediately
tou stop and, if tr.,v'ing in the op
posite direction re urn hi stationary mi
long us may be reasonable to allow
hiiuli house or utiimul to pass, and, if
traveling in the same direction use
reasonable caution in passing such
horse or aulmals, and the operator or
occupant of any motor vehicle shall
render iHces.sur.v assistance to the party
having in charge Such a horse or wiIut
draught animal In so passing
CHUN Ml TOWNS liKHI. VIK K ll'
Cities and towns shall have no power
to pats, enforce or maintain any ordi
nunce, ruin or rfgul-itlou requiring of
any owner or operator of a motor ve
hicle any license or pcnuil to use the
public highway or to eclud ir pio
hibit any motor vehicle whose owner
h.is'eomnlied with sm-tion tw, i-o-.-'ni
or section four (I) (tR:t2) of this "act
By state treas. receipt No R.1070
Hy state treas. receipt No. 0.1470.
Jtjr Co. (ten warrants redeemed . .
My Co Ren. claims
r Oo. road warrants redeemed .
lly school boads and coupons . . .
Hy school orders paid.,
Hy poll tax receipts
lly city receipts. Alliance
By Tlllaire treas rects, Hemlnuford
A llance twnTCund city hall
Alliance watur bond ,
Alliance sower bond
ilfsh school orders..., ,
Hy baluuce ,
Junior Normal Notes,
Miss Anna Nerud visited Normal last
Miss Elizabeth Thomas has left Normal
and will soon leave for an extended trip
through the east,
Mr. Matzin, agent of the Houghton,
Mifilio Co. was in town Saturday and
during the day talked shop to most of the
Misses Nation, Russell and Kennedy
' have only a few studies left to complete
Deiore receiving a state certificate good
for life in Nebraska.
The students of the Normal have been
favored by reading selections, piano solos
and duets and speeches from many promi
nent people this summer.
I, E. Downey, formerly Normal Train
ing Inspector, wsited chapel Monday and
gave an excellent talk to the teachers on
subjects of their profession.
The Normal students were cordially in
vited to the Baptist church last Sunday
night. Rev. Huston preached a splendid
special sermon which was well received,
Fred B. Young of Morrill visited Nor
mal from Saturday until Monday. Pri
marily his visit was to see one of our
"Normal Lilies" and secondarily to see
his Uncle Everett.
One of the important classes of the
Normal is the music class of which Prof.
Gardner has charge. Mr. Gardner took
the class as an extra, for he already had
the allotted number.
Nearly every Sunday afternoon a crowd
of Normalites gather at the dining hall
and sing church sones. If the usual
chiirch choir could have the enthusiasm of
tnese voices it would be well,
In the Nebraska Teacher of this month
Supt Pate's picture appears among those
who have made important changes. Dean
Fuller, who was with us during Institute,
has the honor place on the cover.
The various classes of the Junior Nor
mal are doing good work. From all the
reports of the people who have visited the
other Junior Normals, Alliance beats them
all in point of enthusiasm and energy if
not in point of numbers.
The count) certificate examinition will
be guen next Friday and Saturdav No
from the free use of such highways,
and all such ordinances, rules or regu
lations now in force, are hereby de
clared to be of no validity or effect;
provided that nothing In this act shall
be construed as limiting the power of
local authorities to make and force and
maintain un ordinance, rules or reg
ulations, in addition to the provision of
this act. art'eoting motor vehicles which
are offered to the public for hire.
0242. OWXKIt I'll.K SlATt.MK.NT W I lit
SlttSKTAIlV OK SIATB
Every owner of a motor vehicle shall,
for every such vehicle owned by him.
Hie In the otJiee of the Secretary of
State a statement of his name aud ad
dress, with a brief description of the
vehicle to be registered, onn blank pre
pared and furnished bv such Secretary
for that purpose The fee shall be
31 00 per year, and must accompany
the application for registration and
license: subsequent payments must be
made 011. or before date of expiration
of said registration and license which
is for 1 year from date thereof. For
registering change of ownership the fee
shall be 51 00. A certified copy of the
bill of sale must accompany such appli
cation. Nstiei of Fthni Fiul Account
In ( oiint Court of Itos Hutte count) Ne
braska. In the matter of the estate of Morris Kel
Toull persons lutereNted In the estute of
Morris ICellocif Ueceased;
You will take notice that on the 12 duy of
July IM0. A S Heed. Admluhttrator of the
estute of Morris Ke llngi; tiled in xald court his
tinnl account us administrator of said estate,
and that said account wll be for hearing o.
tlin:f)tli da) of Jul)-, HMO at 10 o'clock a. 111 ul
the Count Court room lit the citv of Alliance,
In suiui'ountM aud you urn required to np
pear lit the time and place iiIhivm named and
huw cause if any there be, why s'lld aivoui.i
should not lie allowed.
It Is ordered that said Hdmtulstrator aire
notice of the time mid place of said he.iriiur.
to nil persona Interested In said csuto by
eauslutf this onler to lie published in the Allf
auco lleiuld a newspaper primed and cir
culating In said oouuty. for tlirvHioiisecuttve
weeks prior to said heurlni:.
I. A. IImiuy l omity .Indue.
Dated July 12 lH0-:i wk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In Count Court; within and for Hex liutte
county, Nebruka .lima .'". ItMO, In the matter
of the entitle of Nellie I Tuy lordeceased
'lo the creditors of ald Estate; You are
hereby notllle.1, Tliat 1 will sit at the I niiuty
Ouurt Itooui In Alliance In nald County, oil
the 27th day of December. IV10, lit out- o'clock
p. m.. to receive und examine all claims
ujrainst gjlrt Kstute, with a view to their ad
justment and allowance. The time limited for
the prvseiitiitioiiif claims ayjlnsl said Kstute
Is six mouths, from the -J7 day of Jane A. D.
ItflO uud the time limited fur p tymeutof debts
lOne lear from said 2T1I1 day of June H0
Witurnxuiy hand aud tliSul of ald County
t'uurt. this 7 day of June i0.
2i 4w 1.. a. IIeiihv, County luJ.re.
.... 33 60
. .. 6(14.4
... . 1,512 94
.. . 517.75
. 1.860 27
. . 9.03H.75
.... 1.984 43
.... 123 96
, ... 449.00
Cash and cash Items on hand $37,316.51
student will be allowed to take any ex
amination in branches of study which are
currently carried At the close of the
Normal examinations may be taken in any
branch for certificate grades.
It has been suggested that the Normal
be named "Wm. J. Bryan'' for there are
16 girls to one of the opposite sex. Only
recently one of the "beauties" wore a
pretty ribbon on her hair and drew a
prize. Since then it is amazing how
many others have done likewise.
The Normal school at Wayne is to be
started this fall, a year earlier than was
expected. There is some talk of starting
the Chadron Normal also this fall. How
theChadron normal could be started now
with out previous advertising and yet get
more than a corporal's guard of students
seems an anomaly.
Tuesday afternoon 43 students visited
the dairy farm of Mr ScboHer west of
town, Prof. Gardner had charge of the
work and gave very many interesting
pointers in the selection of the dairy type
of cattle. He also spoke of the various
crops and plants indigenous to western
Nebraska. Soon this class will receive in
struction in butter-making at the Cream
ery. The dining hall for Junior Normals
originated at Alliance. At the present
time nearly fifty are fed each meal. The
price was left this year at $3.00 a week,
but in view of the fact that all supplies
have advanced considerably in price the
charge should have been not less than
83 50. Some of the best girls attending
are waiting on the tables. These inclnde
Misses Sims, Lon, Ring, Zerbe. Misses
Norman and Dufeu help in the kitchen
under Miss Nagelschneider, our most
efficient cook. Miss Frazierof the faculty
has supervision over all.
The' Valeutine Junior Normal according
to current reports has but about fifty
teachers in attendance The payroll of
the instructors for the two moeths will be
about $1300 The question is. Does it
pay the state to keep ud the Junior Nor
mal where so few attend These people
could easily bs handled by other Junior
Normals and the state could pay the rail
road fare, board and room for a month
and the nnll ptnuncA In tha laqpliap. fn.
the summer would be a nominal StS With
tne establishment of the to State Nor
mals soma of the Junior Normals mUst go.
Inlhet 'ount Court of Hot lluttn County,
In the nutter of the ) ,-,!- ,. , ,
estate of s.imml A (Order for hirlni; oa
.smith, decad. v,'i''l account.
sow oil thN C'.Hli il .y of June. li0 c- ire
'-'intli A. Miiith. exer-utriMif slid estate, ana
prujs fni Van to render account as such
xei-ulrlx. It is theraur.' o- ered ttmr tlm
22nd U..j of July. Ii10, at ten o'clock a. u. . .
uiyiithCH In Alliance, In said county be hxed
as the time and place for examlnlnc and al
lowing such account. An I tin heirs of siiil
ileceised, and all persons inteieste.l In said
estate, are required to appear at the time and
place so designated and show cause. If such
exist, win s iid account should not Ik allowed.
It is further ordered that said Sarah A Smith,
executrix, xlve notice to all persons Interested
In said estute b cauolusu copy of ti.lx order
to be published In the Atllauce Herald, a news
paper published and In Keneral cltvuliiliiu In
.said I on lit), three successive weeks, prior to
thcdiiy M-t r.irsiid heariiu.
Dated June 20. l'.UO. L. A. Hehky.
''11 County Judge.
To I' red rick V. Ur.iy, non resident defend
ant Voii are hereby untitled that 011 the 1st., day
of December liwi, Edna I', tiray Hied a peti
tion against ou In the District Court ot Uov
Uutio County. Nebraska, the object and
prajer of which is to obtain u divorce from
you ou the grounds of extreme iruelty, on the
pirlof mild defeuduul towards said plumtltr,
without just cause, aud that said defendant
Is un habitual drunkard. Ou May 7tl. 11M0,
plaintiff secured an order from said Court,
diiectlUK service l publlcutiou
You ure require! to unswur said petition on
or before MonUti), the 2?ud daj of Auirusl
lt10 KliSA l'.dlUY,
DKl'AUTMfcNT Ol" THK INTT.lUtm
UMTIU rltATIS UMIOf ri K
sVili(i;Su 05.s,i loutcstfuo T83I
Alliance .NebrjsLa, July 7, U'tO
A suluc.cut contest atuutt I'uvuis; been
Mini in this o ce hy Minute De.r-.oli con
testant aealiist homesttml Hutrv .So. lujli),
serial !vo 0is made Dec II, UH. fori-v, ?h
'I.N.'.sH '4. W ltH fcfeiV-r.sM.-!.!,
tjW'U of See, 2S. N I, . I, '4 tc ;, tN W 14 .N W U
of btc, at, lovnshi21 N , lti.nuelT V.,of the
titll 1' Meridian, l) ilellO C HoiioMiii C it
leslee. Ill which It Is alleged that tne slid
Hfnrj t . Ilollowu) his never lesidid uu the
sild land and that he h isubaiiiluiu-d thasauie
since date of entry, said pirties ure hereby
ni.Uricu to jpiiear, resoiiii. xn 1 otter ev idvuee
touching "'ud ulleiratloii 111 tOo'fliH-k , 1 m on
August 21. HMO, before the lttvlsUT una lit
ceivurof tne I nltwl .states l...ud Dtlce at
I he stilu coutclaut l.avliu, in .1 proper
um.iav it, tiled July .', llIJ. set forth fads
which stio that after due diliiitjuce pero.mal
sei vice of this notice can not Ih tuuiie. It Is
hereb ordered una directed lb it such notice 1
ue K'ven by due and propor uubllcutioii. )
kcord address ,.f entrjmaii Alliaucy
Nehrusl. 1, , '
11-Ow W. V. VlOU. ltiUtr J
Cottage for sate'dt a bargain,
quite at The Herald otfiee. '
State Ken fund
State fund redemption
t.ite University fund ,
Lease on school land
Cm general fund
Oo bridge fund
Co, road fund
Labor and poll tax ,
Alliance bond fund, city hail
Advertising fond, . ,,
Alliance electric light. ...
School bond fund, ., ..
School fund hlzh school
.School district fund . .-, ..
Hchool district bulldlnir . .
School judgment fond
Redemption acconnt ...
General Interest account....
City Alliance. ..... ... ...
Village of Hemlntrford . .
Alliance water bond. ., ....
Hemlnsford water bond.
Alliance library. ,
Din. a, sinking fund
Dis. 18, slnklni? fund
Alliance sower bond ..
BRUCE WILCOX ,
Lawyer arid Land Attorney
Practitioner in civil courts since 1893 4
and Register U. S.- Lafld Office from 1903
to 1907. Information by mail a specialty.
Office in Land Office Building
ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA ;
P J. PFTEK3EN
Ites. Phone 43
es. Phone 20
Drs. Coppernoll & Petersen
7-8-9 Rumer Block
GEO. j. hand,; fcik i
PHYSICIAN AND SURQSOII! f
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Attorney at Law
Ofllce First National Bank Bldg.
Phone 180. ALLIANCE, NEB,
H. M. BULLOCK.
Attorney at Law,
A.lL,IL,IA.rCIi3. NEB, '
F. M. BROOME
Long experience as Receiver U. B.
Land Office is a guarantee for prompt and
efficient service. ' '
Office in Opera House Block
ALLIANCE - NEI1RASKA;
DR. C. H. CHURCHILL
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'KGEON
(Successor to Dr. J. C Slooro)
OFFICE IN FLETCHER BLOCK
Office hours ll-lia, m. 2-4 p.m. 7;30-9 p, ui.
Office Phone 62
Res. Phone, 85
Physician and Surgeon u
Calls answered promptly day and night from
offllce. Orticesi-Alllanoe atlonal U ink
Building over the Post Ofllce
DR. CHAS. E. SLAQLE
DR. BELLWOOD . .
Paid to Eye Work
Dr. L. W. Bowman
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Rumer Block, Rooms 12 and 13
Office hours, 10 to 12 a. in.,
1:30 to 4, 7 to S p. in.
Office Phone 65 Res. Phone 16
Dr. H. R. Belville
Opera House Block Alliance, Nebr.
T, J. THRELKELD,
Undertaker and Embalmer
MRS. LOIS RILEY
THE GADSBY STOKE
Funeral Director and Embalmer
OFFICE PHONE 493
RESIDENCE PHONE. 5101
J. P. HAZARD
Surveyor and Engineer,
Parties out of town should write, as I
am out much of the time
Charges will not exceed $5.00 and ex
penses per day. , 1
E. C. Whisman
Practical Painter and
Full line wall paper samples
PHONE 700 ALLIANCE, NEOR
E. O. COOL
Plumbing and Fitting
All work guaranteed first-class
PHONE iiVi KED
BASEMBNT ZBINDEN BLOCK..
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