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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1910)
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Good Things to Eat
Wright's old-fashioned buckwheat
flonr is PURE. Wright wrongs no
Lovers of oysters should go to the
Keystone. Oysters shipped direct to
us from the oyster beds. We handle
the New York Counts. Trv theifi. You
can get them In any quantity.
42tf F. B. Dismer.
Pardey's cottage bread is baked by
expert bakers and is good to eat-
First-class board and room for one
young man. Call 713 Laramie Ave.,
or phone 394. 47-4-225
FINE, large office room for rent
First National Bank building. Hot
water beat furnished.
Furnished rooms, steam heat, bath,
etc., with or without board. Mrs. J.
H. Curtis, 518 Toluca avenue Phone
416. 42 tf
HARD COAL BURNER for sale
cheap. Phone Blue 589. Rev. D. B.
McLaughlin. . 48-2.264
FOR SALE-i team, 2 mlik cows,
1 two-seated carriage, 150 full blooded
Buff Orpington chicheus. J. S. Sax
ton, Teater Brothers Meat Market.
Relinquishment for sale or trade for
Alliance citv property. Improved and
five miles from good town. Call or ad
dress, "A", Herald office- 47-246
MODERN SIX ROOM HOUSE for
sale cheap. Located iu best residence '
section of Alliance. Built for a home
but owner finds it necessary to sell.
Big, light rooms; plenty of closets;
modern bathroom with fine fixtures;
big lot; fine porch: and house is entire
ly new. Easy terms can be arranged,
Address J, Herald office. 47-252
160 acre farm seven miles from
M mat are. 30 'acres under the Tri
State canal and balance under the
Government- canal. 25 acres -under
cultivation. House, barn, cow stable
etc- Price only $40 per acre. Address
Jos. Mori itt, Minatare, Nebr.
Buy your stoves of T. J. Threlkeld,
40 1 Box Butte Ave. 43-tf
Tor Sale Houses, Etc.
First class boarding house at a
gain in a cood location- Call at
I sell furniture and house furnish
ings cheaper ttiatt anynouy. 1. j.
Eight room house, partly modern,
barn, two lots, for sale. 900 Yellow
stoneavenue. Phone, Green 16G. 40-10
GIRL WANTED for general house
work. Phone G05. 45-tf-227
Let me. frame
your pictures. T. J-43-tf
THESE WANT AD COLUMNS are
read by 1,500 subscribers every issue.
Advertise your wants. Results count.
DRESSMAKIN G Experienced
dressmaker. 319 Yellowstone avenue.
Phone 535. Mrs. Baknbm. 44-205
S. Glidden has returned to Alli
ance and is ready to do all kinds of odd
jobs of work. Phone 1C6 red. 39tf
- Wauted Work by day or take wash
ing home. Phone 485 D'ue- tf
The C W, Way Co., Architects,
Hastings, Nebraska, will furnish you
with plans and specifications for any
class of building you wish to erect.
Ask them for information. igtf
One-half Interest in hardwire busi
ness. Carries line of harness and has
best equipped tin shop in western Ne
braska. Firm is doing good business.
Reason for selling Is poor health. For
particulars address, Ilardwave. care of
Alliance Herald. 32-tf
Live Stock, Poultry, Etc.
Rhode Island Red pullets and cock
rells for sale; also Plymouth Rock pub
lets, at 519 Big Horn Ave. 472t '25
and 8 years
of mares, 7
No nd re
Weight 2,700 pounds. Call on or
write C. H. Gillespie, 60S W. Dakota.
Now is (he time to buv vour Brown
Leghorns. Call or write me at 924
Box Butte avenue, Alliance, Nebr.
B. H. Perry. 4ttf
The best equipped shoe shop in
northwestern Nebraska Is run by M. D
Nichols in the rear of the Alliance Cash
Shoe Store. First-class uork quickly
done, at reasonable prices. 4otf
COAL Phone your order to No. 15
For purity and flavor use Wright's
pure old-fashioned buckwheat
flour. .J,,, 454
COAL Phone 15 if you want coal.
Carey & Vaughn. 44-tf-2oG
I have 400 tons of good hay for sate,
good location to feed stock.
J. D. Hageutv,
4 i-tf Bridgeport, Neb.
Money to loan on real testate. F. E.
LEARN WIRELESS & R. R. TE
LEGRAPHY! Shortage of fully io,
000 Operators"" on account of 8-hour
law and extensive "wireless" develop
ments. We operate under direct
supervision of Telegraph Officials and
positively place all students when
qualified. Write for catalogue.
NAT'L. TELEGRAPH INST., Cin
cinnati; Philadelphia; Memphis; St.
Paul, Minn.; Enid, Okla.; Columbia,
S. C; Poitland, Ore.
Anyone having clothing of any kind
which thev do not care to keep, and
which thev desire to put to good use,
will confer a favor by phoning Mrs. W.
H. Zelirung. phone 287, Supt. of Mer
cy and Help, Department 'Alliance
Epworth League, or Mrs. S. K. War
rick, phone 102, Supt. Mercy and
Help Department Alliance W. CT. U.
This clothing will be used in helping
the poor of Alliance this winter. tf.
. . . i ... .
Full blooded Plymouth Rocks. Cock
rels, 1.50; pullets, 75c.
H. P. Larson, Antioch, Nebr,
Shall Women Vote?
If they did, millions would vote Dr.
Kiufp New Life Pills the true remedy
for women, bov banishing dull, fagged
feelings, backache or hendache, consti
pation, dispelling fold. Imparting ap
petite and tonln'i up the system, thev
ure nnequiiff.l husy
at F I lti-4uiian.
safe, sure. 25c
Dissolution of Partnership
Notice is" hereby gjveu that the part
nership heretofore existing between
George S. Baskius and Christina Mac
Cray, doing business as the Alliance
Steam Laundiy, is this day by mutual
consent dissolved, said Chiistina Mac
Cray having purchased the interest ol
said Geo. S. Baskins in the business.
All accounts due Alliance Steam Laun
dry are payable to Christina MacCray.
' Dated November 1, 1910.
John C. Shoemako,
Manager Alliance Steam Laundry.
To Whom It May Concern
As President of the 'Crescent Live
Slock Company, of Mumper, Nebr.,
you are hereby notified that it is clos
iug out its business and will not be
responsible for any bills hereafter con
tracted for on behalf of said Company.
Any further credit will not be required.
45-4t-2i2 Thomas Mortimbr.
Heard Over the Phone
Patron: Hello, Central, give me five
Clerk: Yes, ma'am, this is five six.
Patron: What is that demonstration
you are to have at vour place?
Clerk: That will be to demonstrate
the Sunshine Hue of Crackers and
Pation: How will you do that?
Clerk: We will serve a complete
assortment of Sunshine Crackers and
Wafers with coffee, free to all callers.
Patron: When and where is this to
Clerk; On Saturday, Nov. 12th, at
the Alliance Grocery Company.
A. M. WARREN
Chiropractic is the science of restor
ing health without medicine or surgery.
We remove the cause of the disease
by adjusting the spinal column. What
ever your afflictions, thej, is hope for
you in chiropractic adjustments. Call
at my office for examination and couu-
sel, Free. Office- in OperaHojise
Block, rooms 2 and 3 47j0254
Beath of Elmer Mclntyre
A telegram was -received Monday
telling of the death in a railroad wreck
of Elmer Mclntyre, so well known in
this city, Word cannot express the
sorrow that this uews has brought to
many hearts here. The remains are
now on the wav to Alliance lor the
funeral, which will be held at the Bap'
tlst church at three o'clock Friday af
ternoon. Kev, J. L. B. Jones will
conduct the service and preach the
funeral sermon. Interment will be in
It is with unfeigned sorrow that we
chronicle the utitimelv demise of this
bright ouug mani The afflicted rela
tives have our sympathy.
Bible Study Contest Begins
The most popular plan for Bible
study, together with a ptize Bible con
test, commences iu the present issue of
The Herald, If ou think of entering
the contest and if there is anything
about it that you do not understand,
write the editor for any explanation
that ou may wish, keeping this copy
of the paper so that you will have the
Suggestive Questions for the first week
ot the consest and also the coupon be
low, which you will need.
Cut out the following coupon and
send to The HeralirToffice!
International Press Bible Question Club
I have read the Suggestive Questions
011 the Sunday School Lesson pub
lished in THE ALLIANCE HERALD
also the lesson itself for Sunday,
November 13th, 1910, and intend to
tead the series of 52-
Name . ' . ' 1.
Strain Too Great
Hundreds of Alliance Readers Find
Daily Toil a Burden
The hustle and worry of business
The hard work and stooping of work
men, The woman's household cares,
Ate too great a strain on the kidneys.
Backache, headache, sideache,
Kidney troubles, urinary troubles
An Alliance citizen tells you how to
cure them all-
Mis. Laura Ricketts, 710 Missouri
Ave., Alliance, Nebr., sayB: "I can
highly recommend Doan's Kidney Pills
as I consider them unequaled for kid
ney trouble. I had attacks of this
complaint for some time. Doan's Kid
ney Pills, procured tit Fred E. Hoi
steus drug stoie, removed the paiu
trom my back and limns and-maUe me
feel better in every way."
For sale by all dealeis. Price 50c
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,
sole ageuts for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Teater Brothers Sell Grocery
A deal has been closed whereby Teater
Brothers, who have been owners of the
grocery and meat market formerly owned
by Stove Desch, have sold to Uicknell and
Mr, J. W. Uicknell, who has been man
aging the grocery department of Teaier
Brothers, is a member of the new firm and
Mr. Heed comes from Iowa.
The meat market was not inculded in
the deal and will continue to be managed
by Teater Brothers as heretofore.
Not Sorry for Blunder
"If my friends hudn't blundered iu
thinking I wits a doomed victim of con
sumption, I might not bo alive now,"
writes D, T. Sanders of Hurrodsburg,
Ky., "but for years they saw every at
tempt to cure a lung-racking cough
fall. At lust I tried Dr. King's New
Discovery '1 he effect wus wonderful.
It soon stopped the cough and I am
now iu better heulth than I have bad
for years. This wonderful life-saver
is an unrivaled remedy for coughs,
colds, lugrippe, asthma, croup, hemor
rhages, whooping cough, or weak lungs
!0e, SI. 00. Trial bottle freo. Guaran
teed by F. J. Hrerinan.
News of Former Allianceites
The following clipping from the Denver
Post of the ninth instant may be of inter
est to some Alliance people. The parties
mentioned were residents of Alliance
about ten years ago, going from here to
Miss Allen S. Grogan, whose brother
illiain was killed in a wreck on the Den
ver aod Rio Grande railroad in 1909, yes
terday lost her suit against the Travelers'
Insurance company for the amount of hjs
insurance, $0,450, but was granted a new
trial of her $25,000 damage suit against the
Only a part of William Grogan's insur
ance premium had been paid at the time
of his death, and the court held that this
did not entitle the sister to collect the
amount of the policy. At the same time
the attorneys for the railroad asked that
her action against the company be thrown
out of court The woman had already se
cured a verdict for $13,000 damages again
st the road in a previous suit. Judge Rid
dle, in the district court, denied the peti
tion of the road, and Miss Grogan will
have her case again heard before a jury.
Tom Iliggius and wife of Lakeside,
who reside on their ranch about nine
miles from that place, are making a
visit to their old home aud friends at
Dubuque, Iowa. This is their first
visit there since leaving twenty-five
rs. Norton Entertains Romans' Club
i Mr. W W Norton entertained the
Woman s Club of Alliance at her home
Friday afternoon, and the tpaclous rest-
tl ince wm filled with delighted guests
boeralvery Interesting papers on French
art were read and the musical number by
the club chorus were thoroughly enjoyed
At the meeting Mrs U. Mewhirier, who
went as club delegate to the Slut-Convention
at l'ecumseh, October 24. 2$ and
aotb, gave a fuli report ot the contention
Mrs, Gift, ot Falls City, was elected Presi
dent, and Mrs. Paul, of St. Paul, was
elected District Vice President and will
have supervision ot the Sixth Congression
al District) which includes Alliance
Alter a delicious lunoheon, served In
the inimitable stle which makes dining
at the Norton home a long remembered
pleasure, the Club adiourned to meet two
With a pago of election news for this
issue of The Herald, much interesting
matter is crowded out this week. In
eluded in the items crowded out is n
most interesting communication from
Mrs. J. J. Vance, press superintendent
of the Alliance. W. C. T. U., but as the
.ladies will be so pleased over the re
suit oi the election in Nebraska they
will probably not miss the W. C. T. U
department much this week
City Council Meets
Wednesday evening the city council
assembled iu special meetiug to con
sider the bids for installing the city
sewer in district 29, which is iu the
southeast part of Alliance, The con-
'tract was let to E. C. Young & Co., for
a consideration of $2,400. Work is to
be commenced at once.
J ANNOUNCEMENTS. f
HOtV ROSARV CATHOLIC CHURCH
Order of Services
Sunday Masses, 7:00, 9 00, aud 10 30 a.
m except on the third Sunday of , every
month when the order is 9:00 and 10:30 a.
m. Evening service every Sunday even
ing at 7:30. Rev. W. L. McNamara, Pas
tor ST. MATTHEW'S HPISCOI'AL. ClllMtCli
Services for week commencing Sim
day, Nov, t3, igto:
Sunday Holy Communion at 8 a.m.,
Sunday School at 10 a.m., Morning
prayer and sermon at it a.m., Even
ing prayer and sermon at 4:30 p.m.
Subject of Bermon in the morning,
Thursday Choir practice for boys
at 4:30 p.m.
A Frida) --Choir''practicc at 8 p.m.
H- Harris, Rector.
Scatter the sunshine, banish the gloom.
Good motto, isn,t it?
The Ptesbyteriau Sunday school at
Strasburger had an election last Sunday
afternoon in which Mrs. Speer was elected
superintendent, Mrs. Stair assistant super
intendent, John It. Strasburger chorister,
and Louis Wall secretary-treasurer.
A, il. Hrown of Hastings, Nebraska,
spent Monda) night and Tuesday with
John 13, Strasburger. Hope he will come
Mrs. Strusburger is having an excellent
time Clark Norris, her brother-in-law,
took her and all her brothers and sister in
his large touring car and sped away to
Princeton where they were to dine with
cousin Fred Norris.
Harry McMillan is improving hit farm
by building a nice frame barn and hen
Mr. lleywood it to make wells tor vm.
Philportand Harry McMillan.
We have some excellent water in the
hills, and it isn't fire water either. No
body ever gets any here unless there is
something radically wrong with his de
partment of the interior, No more snakes
here. Jules Sandoz killed them all.
Wm , John It., Jr. and Harrison Stras
burger and Fred Dennett are all husking
corn on the Strasburger farms They have
over 100 acres to pick which will yield at
least fifty bushels per acre.
Marquard Peterson reports his only
brother who was verv ill tomewhat better.
Neighbor Starr's sight sems to be im
proving. Trust that before long he will
be completely restored to health.
"The Squaw Man," which will be at
the Phelan opera house Wednesday,
Nov. 16, carries 23 acting people and a
sixty-foot car of scenery.
"The Squaw Man" at the Phelan
opera house Wednesday, Nov. ifi, has
broken more box office records than
any play on the road.
Rev. and Mrs. J, B, Brown left on
43 Tuesday for Glen in Sioux county,
wheie they will conduct a series of
meetings for a week- They will return
Rev. D. Webster Davis of Crawford,
well known to many Herald readers as
a very entertaining persouator, passed
through Alliance last Friday, enroute
to Sidney, where he was going to give
a public reading.
B. P. Phipps, Hyannis' tonsonal
artist, was in Alliance on business
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Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Reeves have
word from their eou, B. V, Reeves,
who resides with his family uine miles
from Torrington, Wyo., that his wife
is suffering from a cancer which re
cently developed on her breast. We
hope she may soou he recovered from
the dread disease.
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bol of efficient, Instantaneous or
universal 'telephone service.
NOTICE OF milCATlM
Tliedofisodanti.Tocl M.nitmbo.Malilda lUm
IKJ, Id wife, Lstey k Camp Comtmny, hnd the
unknown holraof Clmrles K. ttflmoti, (lerrmv
pd, will take nntlee Unit ou the 3rd dr of No
vcnilipr two. WtUam A. Nnrliigtfrtto plaintiff,
filed his petition In tiu District Court of Box
lluttn county, Ncurnnkn, XftnInU Joel M. Ilutn
tw, Matilda llumlin lilt wifo, Ansley Bunking
Uoinpany, CHtev & Uamp Cornp'my, unit un
known tielri of Cliurlen U. Gibson, defend
iiiita, tlio object and nniidr of wlilcliure to
tnilot the tilled In the pliilntlll upon the
bouthwest yrwrtcr tSWH) of mtetlon Thirty
Klu GW In township Twenty Six (Sill north of
lUtige lorty Nine M) west In liox umto
county, Stnto of Nohriwkii, and to exclude
phuIi and till of wild dufen.lmilH from any In
tcrcM tliemlu. '
Vouuro required to answer bald petition oil
or ln-fori) the 12th day of (iocombur, 1010,
Datod November .1. into.
NOTICE TO NGN-RESIDENTDEFENBANTS
TlindcfendaiitbOtirliard By Uamp ami Mr.
1,1 kiiinn wife of Gerhard Kykitnin, ilrst real
namo unknown, will tu 10 notice that oa the
3f!J !,,'r f Novi'inlmr, lPioVlritll Smith, plain
tiff, Hied bin petition In the District Court of
llox Hutto County, Nehmalru.nealnitlHerliitrrt
I.ykiimp and Mr KyUamp wlfoof Uerhnrd
Kykarnp, HrKt tx'ul nunm unknown, defend
ant, the object mid prayer of which It to havH
1 yeyuiico dated November -.v. isiH) from Ono
iieiiinmin r, owner anil wire to tint wild Uer
bard Kykarnp lor-LourOn.. (I) arid Tw (Si nud
boath Ilulf fwirthritAt Quarter if NhH)f
neethmOiiPdlliiMwntfblp Twenty Four til)
north of Itimics i'Uty oMO fin Wrl In Uor
lluttu county, Nebruxlm, mid to bate Hie lltlo
to wild pruiuUci(iileiiHi in the plalntlil'
You aru required to answer Mild pt(toli
on or before the 3th day of Ili-cumber. fit).
Dated JStnVmber ;t, Uiu,
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
ThedefH iluiitt liviTeit II Milt-i mil Al-im-uii
Uitiniiii Miller liU wife, will ileittico
lliiiton llie.lrd ihiy 1. 1 iM-iilciiili-i" linn, I i.
Unlaid the plMllillll. Hied int. ii.Uili.fi in Ihu
district Itniirl uf ln l.uiici i.iiuit Srixii-
k, ItUllll.St l.txrvll II Mil '1 l,;ill . liir oil
Miller, W. W. Norton mid 'Ib'wviiuu. 1 tiuitu
Iiik fi Ijouii AhxHhttfin, tlio object unit piuy
erof which Ik to funxlonca ci-rluln proiult
ory note In the hum of S2 HIM Mvured by 11
iiiorli:u;:t 1111 I otH IIum-i, ,.(wiiiir,Mlliinc,
llox llnlto County NfhniHl(U. Mid wilt-mul
niortauKu (K-liifruxecuted iy defeildnntKv r
ett II Miller Mini fciibJ-.-l to a inurir iiro nf
$1,000, executed by the ilefeinhiiit hyorcll II.
Miller 10 ihf defendant I'nv MiIuiki' illinium
A. I.OHU ARHirCmUun .li Mild 11, 111, en V. 'tin
(.aid note m due the pUlnijir Isdaird ili xil
iluy of tiupteiuiMr IPeT. and tint ami u .ibbi
Muy IS, mi 1I11U llivru ! ilnwrtn.Ui.i.l uuoatd
uoii mild niortgitixo th iioi of HTree ror
which Mini with Inli rest f n in tMs-iUlMliO
uhiiiilirr pi-ujhjiir ti ilcc enut fwrtvUure and
Von aru required lomixwer mI I iH'Utlniioii
oi-licroru tins ijih cbiy of Decern U-r, nio.
Duled Nuremuvr I -Mil Hi
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NOTICE FOR PU8UCAT1 , V
TlitNlefi'iidiwitft American InVclinciit Cm
luy .nd T. A. Thimiii'Min, lie eii.laiH WI
luki- iii.tlct tbiit 011 lir:irn day of Nor Hll),
I- K Ki-ddifh and Vt-r IHilieudiilJ, tin. nlaln
UIIh, Hied Hi-lr iietltiou in the HMfiet Coyrt
of Itux Hutu- Uimuty. Ncbruka, nualiist
AiniTiciin InW'Minvut ('ompiiny. liunk of
Comnienv Amuricuti l.ouii and fruxt l!om
puiij, mid T. A 'Ihomiuioti, the object and,
prayer of which 11 reus a ftrht t-uirne of uctlon
to nave declared liald and MilUfied of rciixct
u ri'rt.iiu tux lien upon theSouirifai,t Uimrtur
iiii-uui'ii 'Iblrty (301 111 township Twenty
loii' 1 l nortliof Kuntfc Fifty (ioj'wot umiur
and by virion, of 11 tretisurcru tax gale cer
tlllCJiie Ihmii'I to lb, iiaid American liiTest
niem r.nniiDiiy of Knunetebunr. Iowa. Novem
tivri 1!'I for l In- taxes of the year Isoo in tho
Kjmot Jit fW; and aa M.voud caUMiof tu-tion
to Inii'iiecliirtMl paid ami citltled of record
a cortalu tax llu In fim.r of T A. TboiniiMiil,
ny rlrtue of 11 lax sai i-ertillcato duted Jan,
?, myfortbiuaxtHof the year R89uiou tho
Nurthwesi (Juarlerof mh-iIoh nliieteen it(i) in
township Iwitity Konr (it) north if lUnco
I Jfiy (30) weit In tho Mini of in to, witli pray
rr that Mild tax lions Ire rauevlled uf rniirJ
and the title t.i ut( of Mild laud bu uulclcd iu
ou aru rminlrwl to iinxwur hiild petition ou
or before the liih day of l)eceiiitn;r, lyil)
Dated NovemlMir 3, 1910.
I , I'.. Kkddixii,
C. L. Beeson of Lincoln, who is an
uncle of Manager Tom Beeson of tho
Alliance Telephone Exchange, 13 spend
ing a week in the city.
"The Squaw Man" at I'belan opera
house, Wednesday. Nov. 16, is one of
the most noted attractions on the road.
Probably the largest and finest dra
matic production ever brought here
will be "The Squaw Man." Phelan
opera housje. Wednesday, Nov. 16.
Ben Johnson of Hemingford baa
shipped a car load of hogs to Omaha.
Monday he purchased a corn fed JJox
Butte county hog, weighing exactly
400 pounds. The oddest thiug about
it was that he guessed the exact weight.
The hog brought thirty dollars, which
makes it look as if hog raising is profit
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