The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, September 23, 1910, SPECIAL EDITION, Image 2

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TIIEUE'S iihvnys some
thing new und.r the
sun," and we know we have
our share in millinery ideas.
This season demands vari
ous shapes, one as popular
as the other. It's a season
when you must rely upon
your milliner.
Our Shapes are Original
and you will find our salesladies courteous
and willing to suggest. The prices vary
according to your choice, but you will find
that every hat beais a pleasing price.
New Goods are Arriving
Every Day
Our Suits and Long Coats are fine and the
newest styles
Alliance, . . . Nebraska
Modern Shopping
It is the -wise housekeeper who has a
Bell Telephone. She finds that it is as
useful in the home as in her husband's
place of business. The time of person
al shopping and long trips ispast,forthe
Belle Telephone has taken their place.
Modern methods of social and business life demand
that your telephone shall be connected with tele -phones
all over the country. Every Bell tele
phone is connected with th e million others. That
should convince you of the value of its service.
Every Bell Tolephone is a Long
Distance Station
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The death of Mrs. Mabel Tay
lor Wilson occurred at her home,
one mile east of Reno, Nebr.,
Sept. la, 1010, after only a few
days' illness. She was born
Jan. 14, 1870, at Des Moines, la.,
where she grew to young woman
hood. She was educated in the public
schools of Des Moines and the
state normal of Cedar Falls, la.
She became an efficient teacher
and taught in the public; schools
of that state fourteen years.
She was married Oct. 11, 15104,
at Granger, la., to W. G. Wilson
of Antioch, Nebr. To this union
four children were born, of
whom two preceded her to that
hotter land.
Those left to mourn her demise
are a husband, daughter Mabel
Louise, three years old, an in
fant baby boy (for whom she
gave her life), a mother, brothers
and sisters (mentioned below),
and a host of friends who will
greatly mourn the loss of a wife,
mother, sister and friend.
She was the fifth of eleven
children born to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Taylor, of
whom the following named seven
are still llviug: Warren Taylor
of Des Moines, la.; Howard Tay
lor, of Oskaloosa, la. : Mrs. Ella
Scott of Redtield, la.; Mrs.
Mamie Andrews of Granger, la.;
Albert Taylor of Swan, la.;
Mrs. Grace Beckwith of Omaha,
Nebr.; and Arthur Taylor of
Anti.och, Nebr.
On account of the serious ill
ness of their mother, only a few
relatives were able to attend the
funeral. Warren Taylor, Mrs.
Ella Scott, and Till Taylor, a
cousin were all that could leave
the mother. A number of Mr.
Wilson's relatives, also, came for
the funeral.
She was allowed 40 years, 8
months and 1 day to complete
her work here on earth, but in
this short time Mrs. Wilson made
good use of it. She was a very
earnest Christian. March 20,
1894, she united with the Christ
ian church in Des Moines, Ia.
On coming to Nebraska she
united with the Congregational
church at Reno. She was al
ways ready to give her service
in any way, acting as organist,
leading the singing or teaching
a Sunday school class as the
case required. Hence there is a
vacancy that will be felt for
years to come in the christian
work. She was a kind neigh
bor, willing to lend a helping
hand whenever needed.
She was a loving wife and a
devoted mother. Her home was
her heaven here on earth, al
ways giving every effort on her
part to make it so for her hus
band and family as well as be
ing a welcome place for all her
friends and relatives. Being a
leader of young minds and hearts
for so many years she under
stood the nature of children, so
the little girl and boy will never
learn to estimate their real loss.
The funeral services were held
on Sunday, September 18th, at
10 a. m., at their home, one mile
east of Reno, conducted by. Rev.
Homer Cox, interment in the
afternoon in Greenwood ceme
try at Alliance, Nebr. The es
teem in which she was held was
shown by the large procession
that followed her remains to
their last resting place.
The Flower of the Ranch
Building Contractor
f Cement Block Manufacturer
Cement Walk Builder j
All Kinds of Cement Work j
J My many Alliance customers are
S .my references.
All Work Guaranteed :
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This popular Musical Comedy will
be the offering at the Plielan Opera
House, Tuesday, Sept. 27. "The
Flower of the Ranch" is a -nusical
comedy in three acts. The chorus of
twenty girls, two comedians and a reg
ular company of professional players,
produce a show that is well worth at
tending. The song hits are great and
attractive costumes and beautiful scenic
effects contribute toward making a
great production. Carlisle and Akin,
managers of the Grand Opera House
at Brookiugs, S. D., write that the
company played that house Sept. 10,
and that it was the best musical 'come
dy production ever given in the city, and
that the singing by the dashing chorus
was fine. There should be a crowded
house in Alliance next Tuesday night.
I have 400 tons of good hay for sale,
good location to feed stock.
J. D. Hagekty.
4iti Bridgeport, Neb.
An Interesting Letter.
Alliance, Nebraska, Sept. 15, 1910.
Gray & Guthrie, Geu. Agents, Equita
ble Life Assurance Society.
I am this day in receipt of check for
$1,000.00 in settlement of Policy No.
1,642,664, on the life of my late husb
and, HalleckE. Mac Cray. This policy
was not received until the latter part
April of this year, and he had made but
one payment on it. He was taken sick
in May aud died on the 15th of Aug
11st. I wish to thank you and the So
ciety you represent for the courtesy
shown, and the promptness with which
the claim was paid.
" Very trulv yours,
Mrs. Christiua L. MacCray
ing Out!
Ladies' and Childrens'
The big sale has started and the goods
are going fasteverything in our large
stoqk is priced below cost to sell at once
Absolutely Nothing Reserved
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Sample Line Ladies' Trimmed Hats
Purchased Monday, now selling at
Allaince, ...... Neb.
60 Head of Hogs
Pulbl ic ale
I will sell at Public sale at the Palace Livery Barn
commencing at 1 o'clock p. m.,
Saturday, October 1
60 Head of Thoroughbred Duroc-
Jersey Boars
The offerings will consist of 55 head of March farrowed
pies of both sexes and five matured sows with from
eight to ten recently farrowed pigs. They are a nice
lot and well worth seeing. I will have some of them on
the fair grounds during the fair.
Under $20, cash. Over $20, twelve months' time on
approved note bearing 10 per cent interest from date
H. P. COURSEY, Auct.
F. W. HARRIS, Clerk
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