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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1910)
5vc HEVUINOFXDRD HERALD
Ernie Tiioinpton culled nt Hope a
few inlnutci Saturday evening.
L. C. Davis left for the fntitrrh. part
of the tu to la&t I lilirMlay.
Hen Nicola wah seen around Hope
one day lust week.
Itolllu II ted wnh down from Scott
Mrs. Edward Moury nnd children
vor up on the homestead for u few
daya last week.
Arthur lliibboll nnd John Duerrwere
Minutarc visitors Saturday.
Henry Nchno and family have gone
to Mluatarc to spend the winter.
Ronton Meek was the cuest of his
parents a few days this week.
0. V. Horn and daughter, Sudlc,
called on Mrs. Frank Deeton last Tues
day. Ernest Thompson Is drilling a well
for Mr. Cutllmu.
Harry Long, who has been visiting
with Hcrt Horn, has returned to his
homo in Uoyard.
Mr. and Mrs. t.onnle Friend nro liv
ing1 on their Klukiiid.
Mrs. Hilly Gander was visiting her
mother, Mrs. Abe Smith, one day last
HEMINGFORD, NEBRASKA: NOVEMBER 10. 1910
LOCAL PARAGRAPHS Jj
We arc having Hue weather uud ev
ery one seoms to be rushing their work
to get It done before eold Weather sets
Rich and Urvc Mongol have just
shipped an emigrant car to Missouri,
where they have moved with their
families and expect to make It their
Fay Abbott was In town Saturday,
Miss lllesslng spent Saturday and
Sunday with her mother and stater In
Arumorc, b. u.
MrR. Walden just returned from lluf
fulo Gap, where she has been assisting
In taking oaro of her fcigk father.
Ouy Lemons has rented the Frank
t)uhl ranch utid expects to try his hand
at farming next year. Guy, when is
the wedding to be?
Carl Tollman and wife wore seen on
our streets Sunday.
Mrs. Wendt is very low at the present
Will and Fay Abbott and llowurd
Pierce took In the dance last Friday
John Carter, who has been working
t Grand H"d Uii summer, returned
home on 43 Tuesday.
ti.. M..ii,rwtut I .fillips' Aid spent oil
day Wednesday with Mrs. Fred Ablcy.
Mr. Shetler came in on 43 Wednes
day, Roitifc oiit to Sioux county for a
visit with Holla Shetler.
Mrs. Roila Jolmsnfi went to Alliance
Weduesday on 44 to have some dental
Cltas. Glaze came home from Mars
land Weduesday on 44'
Will Holllnrake of Marsland came
in on 44 Wednesday..
P, K. Christcnsen and famllv left
for Kansas City. Mo., Wednesday on
44 for au extended visit with relative.
Jean Heed came over from Pine
tii.icm Wednesday, brincini: Ids sister-
if ntul niece. lames Hunter
.,.i Mw.m lure and accompanied them
to Alliance in his auto.
Mesdamcs W. E. Speticqr, Gltrnati
and Ilaumsardncr returned to Alliance
MrB. H. L. Bushucll and Mrs. Mat
Beaumont went up to Alliance Wed
nesday on 44 for a few days' visit with
the latter's daughter, Mrs. Dick Ken
ner. Byron Fosket came in from Sioux
county Wednesday, going back Thurs
Col. Foskct went up to Chadron
Thursday,, returning Monday on 44-
Fathci Becker tamo from Crawlora
Saturday to preach the funeral of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James Pinkerton came
in from Holdrege, Nebr,, Sunday on
43 for a short visit with Mrs. Pinker
ton's brother, Pete Swanson.
Mr. Whitaker came homo from
Omaha Monday on 43-
"Are You a Progressive or a Standpatter?"
X PROGRESSIVE believes in buying the best quality of goods, and
THAT MEANS YOU. A Standpatter believes in letting the "old line
fellow" continue to swell his bank account out of profits he makes from
sales to you. Wouldn't you rather buy where you can get the best value
and pay but a small profit to the dealer, than continue to stay with the
standpatters? Well, the way to do it is to trade at BURLEW'S where
the profit margin is always in your favor and to your advantage.
B U R L E M'&
Hello, hero we are again after an ub
sence of some time. ,
If we have this Hub weather all win
ter the hay will be sure to hold out, In
most parts anyway.
Several of the ueighbors loaded u ear
Of potatoes ut Reno to ship to Lincoln,
Q, E, McFalltU visiting Jibe brother,
Engineer L. N. McFall, in Denver ut
MissOladys lller, who Is attending
school at Alliance, camo homo Satur
day on 44 uud returned Sunday ou
Henry Hler received a ear of lumber
and posts ut Reno last Saturday. Ho
intends doing some fencing and repair
ing at the ranch.
Miss Mlna MeFall vlMted at home
last week. She bus been staying at
Mrs. Sunburn's In Alliance the past
month, where she bus beeu learning
the dressmaking trade.
Mrs Ullss Stergeon of Alliance was
visiting with Leo Stergeou and family
Dr. Curtis has beeu doing some horse
doctoring and dentisterlug in this
neighborhood tba past week.
J. C. Berry received a cur loud of
coal lust Tuesday.
Chtts, LeUtrltz butchered a hog last
Friday. Leo Stergeou butchered one
last week also.
Henry Hler bought u tlue, you tig
stallion from Win, Butler, about twen
ty miles uortheast of Alliance.
Jim Strong came home last Thursday
from Alliance, where he has been for
tho past week oft 60 taklug life easy
and attending to business.
Mr, Forbs of York, Nebr , was In
this vicinity last Thursday, taking an
ipventory of McFall Bros.' cuttle.
Mrs. Todd Berrv received a message
last Thursday stating that her brother,
iifteen years old, was aecldently shot
and killed. She left Friday for his
home in Idaho to attend the funeral.
Mrs. Funny Swltzer came home from
her school last I'rlday, after an nb
benec of a couple of weeks.
Saves an Iowa Man's Life
The very grave seemed to yawn be
fore Robert Madsen of West Iiurling
ton, Iowa., when, ufter seven weeks In
the hospital, four of the best physicians
gave him up. Then was shown the
murvelouh curative power of Electric
F3ltters. For, after ciirht months of
frightful suffering from H7er trouble (
and yellow jaundice, getting no help
from other remedies or doctors, five I
Mrs. Georce lialnier tmssea away ""r. :. J", 1 .:: ,;. :::,V;V.;.:.:"
. ifictui v vui cii nun, un iiuauivciy kii
Thursday nlcht about ten o clock. She J . eed for htomacli. liver or klilnev
had been ailing for about tlneo years, 'trouble unci never disappoints. Only
Funeral services were held trom theipoc ut F. J. Jlrennun's.
house Saturday afternoon, Father. .ww
Becker officiating. Tho remains weiel ' m7S -7 L n,rtin.
laid to rest in tho Lawn cemetery. The, lhP ; fO dalned.
bereaved ones have the sympathy of Omaha. Nov. 8. Bishop-elect George
1 drow'a day, Nov. 30, at Trinity cathe
dral. This date has been set by Rt.
Rev. Daniel S. Tuttle, bishop of St.
Louis and presiding bishop or tho
notes taut Episcopal church. Bishop
Tuttle will be consecrating bishop and
tho eo-consecratorB will be lit. Row
Arthur U llliams arid Jit. Rev. A"
Kern R. Graves, blshop.'of 'ihe mission
dry district of Kearney. Also in the
chuncel will be n number of other
the entire community.
Miss Uuhy Wildy came
Scottsbluff Saturday ou 43.
Mr. Hilcman, orator for tho Forest
Lumber Co., camo up Monday- on 43.
J. B. Hall, orator for the Central
Lumber Co., waif in'towu the" later
part of tho week and left for Sterling,
Colo., Sunday evening.
Llojd Hickey came in on 43 Sunday
from Hlackfoot, Idaho, where he has
been visiting with his uncle, Roy
Hickey. Ho stopped off for a visit
with liis aunt, Mrs. John Hickey be
fore retiming to his home in Gretna,
Rev, Chas. Burieich received a tele,
grain Saturday afternoon of the death
of his mother ar Print-ley, lown. He
left for that place Saturday night.
SUgar Production Record.
Grand Island, Nov. 8. A new record
of sugar production was made nt the
local factory when, in twenty-four
hours, 1,530 bags of sugar, of 100
pounds each, were turned out, Tho
beets have been of especially high
quality this year.
The Biggest Department Store
in Box Butte County
We can show
S TO VES
It's a fuel
1 handle the "KINO BEE' heater,
saver and its capacity of holding1 fire is
The prices are reasonable. See them.
I have in stock a complete line of the latest
models of ranges.
Fine weather again and everybody
Our little bunr was quite busy last
Mr. Hawkins has moved on his homo
btead near Rerea.
Mr, and Mrs, Duff were in Alliance
Mr. Barkburst has been on the sick
The Roxfords have moved in to the
Nelson place north of Keren.
Mr. and Mrs. Sturkle of the poor
farm took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. A.
J, Gaghugeti Sunday.
J, T. Nabb went to Oxford, Nebr.,
hursday to so u car load of Spuds.
Mr. Rushncllot Hemingford loaded
one car and .!. T, Nabbof Rerea loaded
two cars of spuds luht week.
Juck Steel has moved to Hemingford
to run a hotel, so please call and get
your dinner of him.
Mr. Stoekwell from northwest of
Hemingford has moved into Mrs.
Weaverb' place on the farm for tbe
An auto load of Alllunce people were
in Keren Sunday. They must have
been asleep, for one said that they
could uot see Rerea for the houses
Guy Nabb Was in Alllanco Wednes
day. '0h heart, stop thy wild beat-
Stove boards and stove oilcloth, all kinds of ,
C. A. SHINDLER
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Four big departments and every one of them filled full of
careful buyers. We invite you to inspect our immmense stock,
you how that by buying in large quantities we save you money.
The special iYz per cent discount sale will be continued another week.
It is a big success. See the goods and note the prices. We need the room.
' - This new department has just been opened with a complete line of new
See tne new Japanese ware. It s selhngaast. Complete line of
We can fit you from head to foot.
Clothing for men, women and children.
All wool suits from $10 to $20.
By buying in big quantities and in quick
stock always on hand at the lowest prices.
Special discount on lots of ten sacks.
a good.) fresh
flour is $1.65.
Anything you want for sale
your money back.
at this store. Satisfaction
ROQKEY & SON
Round Oak Heaters
Burn all the gases and black smoke. Coke the coal, making- an evpn M
$ steady fire. Make a hotter fire from the same fuel. Make a cleaner fire. S
$ Save fuel. A full line on exhibition at my store. m.
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Central Lumber Co.
A Full Line of
Building Hateria!, Piles,
(Successor to Anton Uhrig)
R. E. WOODS, Prop.
Good, Clean Rooms
Dr. Oliver McEuen
Physician and Surgeon
SPECIALTIES. Diseases of Women and
Children and Geoito Urinary Organs
All calls snewertd promptly day ar night
Hemingford's New Store
Drugs, Sundries, Paints and Oils
A. M. THOMPSON, Propr. " '
Successors to Boyd's Drug Store
HEMINGFORD, . . NEBRASKA
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