The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, August 11, 1910, Image 6

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Classified Advertisements
The following "Want Ads" are classified under appropriate
headings for the convenience of readers.
Cash Rates Five cents per line each insertion. No ad re
ceived for less than ten cents per insertion.
Credit Rates Five cents per line each insertion, but no ad
vertising account opened for less than twenty-five cents and no
ad charged for less than fifteen cents per week.
After a hot day' a plunge iu
Berry's swimming pool will do you a
lot of good. 33'5t
A good mauy Alliance ladies patron
ize the swimming pool at Judge Berry's,
and some of them are quite expert
swimmers. . 335
Take a swim at the "plunge" and
see how much better you feel after
wards. 33"5t
Household Articles
An immense stock of household art
icles, china and glass ware, fancy goods
and notions, on which you can save
money at the Bee Hive.
Bathing and Swimming
a plunge in the
We call attention again to the
"plunge" at Judge Berry's as being the
finesjt place within reach of Alliance
people for a delightful swim these sum
mer days. Accommodations, for ladies
as well as for men. 335
For Sale Houses, Etc.
A five room house and two lots, for
sale at a bargaiu. Inquire at The
Herald office.
Lot for sale. I offer for sale lot 14,
in block 2, West Lawn. Address Mrs.
E- Lipska, Laurel, Colo. 345W
Pianos, Organs, Sewing Machines
For Sale, Pianos One Shubert, a
very soft, pleasing tone and light
touch, in perfect tune, mahogany case.
One Bush & Gerts. case slightly dam
aged. One Hamilton in perfect tune
and iu good condition. These instru
ments will be sold at a bargaiu. One
Esty organ in fine condition. Three
sewing machines, the Free, the Rotary,
Ball Beariug. These goods are on
sale. Terms to suit the purchaser. At
the Burliugtou Hotel. 35
Good Things to Eat
An excellent place to get good things
to eat, fruits, vegetables, country pro
duce, fresh groceries, flour, cured
meats, etc., is at Watson & Watson's,
northeast corner Box Butte avenue
and Second street. Alliance. 35-tt
Cottage for sale at a bargain,
quire at The Herald office.
Business Opportunities
For Sale
One-half interest in hardware bust
ncss Carries line of harness and has
-best equipped tin shopln western Ne
braska, firm is doing good business.
Reason for selling is poor health. For
particulars address, Hardware, care of
Alliance Ilerald. 32-tf
Wall Paper, Paints, Etc.
Now is the time
paper at Holsten's.
to buy your wall
Holsten sells lead aud oil and all
kinds of paint material.
Holsten sells art wall paper.
The C W. Way Co., Architects,
Hastings, Nebraska, will furnish you
with plans aud specifications for any
class of building you wish to erect.
Ask them for information. igtf
Live Stock and Poultry
Attention, Farmers!
If you have auy kind of cattle for
sale see Jas. Feagiu3 or Oscar Braman,
or call at Room 3, McCorkle Bldg.
Spring Chickens for Sale
Snrintr chickens for sale at so cents
each. I. I. Koke. Phone 485 blue. 32tf
Stallion for Sale or Trade
Stallion for sale or trade for horses
or cattle. Good disposition, range
broke. Weight 1800, seven years old,
dapple grav. James Potmesil,
2t-tf Long Lake, Nebr.
LOST One bay horse about five
years old. Has one white foot. Mane
and tail both clipped. Branded with
small anvil on left shoulder. Went
southwest of Alliance about fifteen to
twenty-four miles, Reward of ten dol
lars will be paid upon return to owner.
Miss Katie Gerald, phone Blue 485, at
Mrs. Koke's, South Alliance. 32-tf
SHORT HORN cows and heifers
for sale. I witl sell from one to
twenty-five head of cows and heifers,
with calves bv side, or iu calf. Good
registered stock cheau. Also some
voung bulls. J. G. Brenizer, Broken
Bow, Nebr. 35 5
WANTED-Horses to winter. Terms
reasonable. Phone 3 on 10. Win.
Rust, jr. 35-3w-
Mrs. F. W. Harris and children are
visiting relatives in Mitchell.
Mrs. V. O. Barnes and children arc
visiting her mother at Ellsworth.
The Women's Club will meet at the
home of Mrs. B. Mewhirter Friday
afternoon. mrvwww
Charley Huss of Hemiugford was
shakiug hands with Alliance friends one
day this week.
Misses Lottie and Laura Duulap of
Graud Island are visiting their cousin,
Miss Lelah Reed.
W. C. Mounts, county clerk, has
been making good use of his Brush run
about in trips through the county.
Wm, Mitchell, the popular Alliance
attorney, has been spending several
days on business in eastern Nebraska.
Virgil Smith, who has charge of the
books at George Darling's store, is
spending his annual vacation with
home folks at Humboldt, Nebr.
From the recent activity at the tel
ephone exchange we presume that the
Bell Company, who are now the own
ers, will make some changes iu the
J. B. Gray, of Gray & Guthrie, spent
Wednesday in the country southeast of
town settling a loss with Eugene
Thompson of a mare which was killed
by Jightuiug.
A party consisting of Mrs. Geo.
Reed. Misses Lelah Reed, Laura and
Lottie Dunlap, and Katie O'Douuell
left this morning for a visit with friends
at Hot Springs.
There are many ladies who have
been wishing that they had the oppor
tunity to take sewing lessons. Sewing
is an art aud schools which teach it are
always well patronized. Mrs. M. J.
Williams, who was a resident of Alli
ance several eats ago will open up a
sewing school ou August 15th. She
comes highly recommended.
Harness, Saddlery, Etc.
See how far your cash -will go in
buying harness, saddlery, etc., at the
new harness shop, opposite the post
office, Alliance, J. E. Smith, proprietor.
All kinds of repairing done promptly
at reasonable prices. 34-tf
Second-Hand Goods
Second-hand furniture, stoves and
household articles bought aud sold bv
W. M, Wilson, 204 Box Butte avenue,
Alliance. .
Will pay highest prices for second
hand clothing. Shoes aud boots bought
and sold. Mrs. Shaukmau. Location
formerly occupied by Dick Watkin's
Real Estate office on Box Butte Ave
nue. 33-4t
Implements, Vehicles, Etc.
For Sale 1 Sulky, weight 50 lbs;
made bv Chas. Caffery; at Donovau &
Sou's wagon shop. Owned by Fred
Countryman. 25-tf.
Help Wanted
Man and wife wanted to work in
country during the winter. Write to
A. F. Alleu, Bridgeport, Nebr.
Lost A hat pin set with three green
stones. Return to the Horace Bogue
store and receive reward.
The "plunge" at Judge Berry's is
the place for a really delightful bath
and swim this hot weather 335t
Typewriter Supplies
Buy your carbon paper aud type
writerribbons atthe Herald office. We
handle-Carter's Ideal lines of carbon
and ribbons and the Revilo brand of
ribbons. We quote city prices. All
goods guaranteed. tf
Employment Wanted
Wanted Work by day or take wash
ing home. Phone 485 blue. tf
Wanted, position at once as book
eperr Have had experience. Ad-
Central City, Ne-
rll-pRS ' Box
nrasua :-
If you are going to kodak,
see Hoi-
One thousand and one handy art
icles for the home, cheap at the Bee
to loan on real estate.
F. E.
The Palace
For TVlen
WtF" Your Money's Worth, or Your Money Back!
New goods arriving- now.
few days. Expect to
Will be ready tor business within
be in full blust bv Aurrust 1 qth.
2 Doors South of
s Corner.
21 9 Box Butte Ave. I,
Paints, arc sold at Holsten's.
Wanted To Rent
three unfurnished rooms in modern
private residence. Call at Herald
office. Phone 140. tf
The New Perfection Blue Flams oi
stove is not an ''attachment" but is a
complete stove, fully equipped for all
kinds of cooking aud baking, aud is be
yond question the finest thing of the
kind on the market. You can examine
these stoves and see them demonstrated
calling at Achesou's Hardware
Judge Berry has his swimming pool
iu better shape than ever before. A
new engine aud a new heater were put
in this year, aud everything is in "ship
shape" for the accommodation of his
customers. ,n. 33-5
Holsteu sells kodaks and supplies.
When it comes to buying harness foi
cash, or bankable note, you can save
money by going to the new harnes
shop opposite the postoffice, Alliance.
I J. E. Smith, proprietor. A splendid
! Una i-tf vtAtir irnnrld t CuLaI frniil aui
him before you buy. Also, repairing
done promptly, in first-class manner,
and at reasonable prices. 34. tf
Notice to Settle.
Best place iu the west to purchase
Fresh Groceries, Flour, 'Cured Meats,
Provisions, Fruits, Produce, at Watson
& Wa.tsou'a, Alliance.
Having sold my grocery and meat
market toTeater Bros,, all persons in
debted to me please call and settle at
once. S. H. DESCH.
Watson & Watson call special atten
tion to their fiue stock of Fresh Gro
ceries. Wheu you want something
good to eat give them a call,35tf-
W. M, vViHoTIeTts the "O. K."
Crude Oil burner. Can be used in auy
cooking or heatiug stove, rauge or
furnace. Saves 30 to 50 per cent on
fuel bill. See it demonstrated at his
store, 204 Box Butte avenue, Alliance.
John Adams of The Herald force
left Tuesday moruing for a trip to
eastern points. He will stop at Oma
ha, Carroll, Iowa, and other points to
visit with relatives, expecting to be
gone about a month. The Herald
force is speculating on whether "Nan"
will keep in single blessedness while
gone or if they will have the sorrowful
spectacle of seeing him return a bene
dict. ww,
F. H. Brooks of Ashby was in Al
liauce recently as a witness iu a con
test case, aud called at The Herald of
fice to order the paper sent to him.
Others here at that time as witnesses
or otherwise connected with the case
were P. A. Yeast, EH Rentfro, Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Olson, Dean Rentfro, John
Cameron, Henry Kruikenberg, George
Thomas, Mr. Bell, Sr., aud D. Bell,
all of Bingham.
West Third Street (formerly Wyom
ing Avenue) is getting to be a busy
part of town. The new Land Office
Building which has just been built by
J. C McCorkle, and the new Wood
buildiug for which excavating is now
being done will help this part of town
considerably. This locality was orig
inally the main business part of town
and from the present outlook it will
uot be loug belore it rivals Box Butte
Avenue as a business street.
The Alliance Herald is guaranteed to
have the largest circulation of any
newspaper iu western Nebraska, aud
this circulation is steadily increasing
day after dav New subscriptions are
coming in by the dozeu. We find it
necessary to print two hundred more
copies per issue than we did ninety
days ago. Surely nothing else could
be a better indication of the constant
growth in the subscription list.
The Alliance bottling works, known
as the Golden Rod Bottling works,
which was started several years ago by
"Dad" Harrison, now deceased, and
more recently owned by Clarauce
Bruuell and Vern Dundas, has been
sold to a company composed of J. R.
McKiuuey, Vern Dundas and H. F.
Thiele. The company is to be incor
porated and will be known under the
same name. The business of these
works has been steadily growiug as
the goods and the company become
better known until a business covering
all of western Nebraska aud surround
ing territory in other states has been
The Senior L. T. L. held its regular
meeting August 8th at the home of
We ster aud Anna Bernhardt. The
tegular business was transacted after
winch a social hour was enjojed. The
next meeting will be held August 22, at
the home of Jay Vance. A mock city
government has been formed, with
Webster Bernhardt as mayor. At the
next meeting a saloon petition is to be
brought before the council and the
case decided upon whether or not this
mock city shall have a saloon. A reg
ular saloon fight is promised aud all
are invited to attend.
The Methodist church was crowded
both morning aud evening to hear the
Rev. J. L. B. Jones who arrived last
week, as stated in The Herald. His
addresses were attentively listened to
and the coming year of his pastorate
here is an assured success. The Sun
day School in the morning was deeply
touching to him because of the many
flowers which were brought as a sign
of welcome to him. Special music
was rendered at the services and
good judgement was shown by Mrs. C
C. Smith, who has charge of the choir,
in her selection. The new Epworth
League piano is put to good use iu the
services and is certainly appreciated by
all. Those, in the choir Sunday were
Mrs. G. J. Rosseau, Miss Dorothy
Hoag, Ralph Thomas, Lloyd Smith,
and Harry Troup. Miss Ruth Aspen
wall was the pianist.
Charles Ewiug, who has the con
tract for cutting and stacking hay on
the Robert Graham ranch south of Al
liance was seriously hurt by the acci
dental discharge of a rifle the Prst of
the week- The rifle was leaning
against the cook shanty and he was
working near it. In some manner the
gun was knocked over aud discharged
and although the bullet did not seem to
strike his knee the concussion broke
the knte cap. He was brought to Al
liance aud attended by Dr. Bellwood.
He will probably be around again a
soon as the wound has time to heal.
No .serious results are anticipated
Win It. Ross, a stenographer, ar
rived tucMlay from Sheridan and wi.l
tnlce u position with the C. 11, & Q, at
this place. Mrs Ross vU arrive soou
from Itilllugs, where ftbe is now stop
ping, and they will make their home
here. Wo are glad to walcomethem to
this city.
.1. II. Farley and wfo, of the Reno
neighborhood, with their son-in-law
and daughter called at the Herald
oillce yesterday und huhsuribed to the
Herald. He is carrying- mall In Iowa
but Will be with his wife on their
claim aud probably engage In dairying
as soon as his term as man carrier
Union Temperance Meeting
There will be a union temperance
meeting lit the Phelan Opera House
next Sunday night. Rev. .1. M. Hiittnii.
pastor of the Baptist church, being
the ttpeuker of the evening His stb-j-et
will be. "A Mibjcut alt Men He
llcwe In"
A i e I I feature, of the meeting
will be inti.-de by unl m choiu tihor
Selected frum the ehtirelic-t of in city
Kveryoue Kcor.l :t'ly invite i to utten I
Does Advertising Pay?
Marcus Fraukle, tho proprietor of
the Famous One-Price Clothing House,
which in now having the eighth annual
clearance sale, says that advertising
pays and practices what he preaches.
"But,"he says, "you must put up tho
goods to back your ad. It don't pay
to advertise something tdat you haven't
got." Mr. Frankle has built up a big
business for the "daylight store."
through advertising and "daylight
methods" He sells at city prices and
operates only on the oueprice system.
He savs that it pays him to guarantee
even-thing, no matter whether it is sold
at a sale or not aud cati only do this by
carrying standard lines of goods.
Land Office Notes
Land office notes will be a regular feat
ure of The tferald, which is crowded oat
tm week owing to a larfle amount of ad
vriUinc beioi? received too late to issue
a 1 extra f iiir-paRe section 3
In all probability the cheap Peach season for
that late Colorado stuff will be high.
We offer a limited number of Nebraska Peaches
this year is past. Indications are
90 cents per box
"COLORADO 1 08s WHILE THEY LAST Sl.IS. This lot contains some
of the following1 brands; Imperial, Carmen, Crawford, Hale's Early, St. John, Moun
tain Rose, White Free, Champion. Also some Extra Fancy California Elbertas $1.90,
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