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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1910)
A Solid Car Load
16 Famous "KURTZMANN" PIANOS
Received tor a Sensational Selling in Alliance
rnHE BENNETT CO. Headquarters in
Omaha recognizes the Alliance de
mand for really high-grade Pianos
and arranges that Box Butte county users
may take advantage of a recent immense
H1HE PRICES QUOTED on these superb
J- KurtzmannM Pianos will make his
tory in Alliance. Don't wait for a
better prict or a better Piano you'll just
lose so much time if you do. The time is
NOW! The price is " RIPE."
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The "Kurtzmann" is not an ORDINARY
piano by any means. It is a product of one of the
oldest and most prominent'firms in the east; in fact
it has been on the market over 60 years.
No other make is more popular in Nebraska; we
have sold hundreds of them; so when we' were re
cently accorded an opportunity to purchase a number
of car loads at a considerable concession in price, we
accepted in haste, and arranged that our Alliance es
tablishment should come in for a huge share of the
We shalMook forward to a RECORD selling
in Alliance, for the musical public CANNOT afford
to overlook a piano of the "Kurtzmann" grade, at
the PRICES quoted here while this lot of SIXTEEN
instruments is on our floors.
It will undoubtedly prove the largest selling of
a single make ever chronicled in Alliance; see that
yours is arranged for BEFQRE the sixteen will have
been disposed of.
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The "Kurtmanns" received in Alliance fortius
special selling, are of a model only recently gotten
out by the "Kurtzmann" designers; the cases are of
unusually select Mahogany or Walnut; the case de
sign is one that must harmonize most beautifully with
the finest surroundings.
In these pianos the pin blocks are "finished;"
the music desks are of the full extension variety,
while' the "Boston" ball board is another evidence of
taste in manufacture.
The instruments are what is known as the
"Cabinet Grand" sjtyle; full four feet, nine inches
high; with scale and action accurate to the most pre
In fact, for general piano goodness, it would
prove a task to find an all around finer instrument
than the very style of Kurtzmann" that is to be
disposed of at sensationally low prices during this
selling. See the instruments without fail.
If you have no piano, you'll crave for a "Kurtzmann" after seeing and hear
ing the sixteen that have just been shipped here. And if you HAVE a piano
one of those old time, unmusical affair, you'll want a "Kurtzmann" all the
more. Terms will be arranged so that you may meet them with utmost
The "Kurtzmann" is no stranger in Box Butte county. We have sold a number
of them here; the owners are enthusiastic; they will agree to our claims as to
the exquisite tone, capacity and lasting qualities of this extraordinary fine make.
Selling to be in Charge of Mrs. J. T. Wiker, Manager of Our Alliance Store.
B WB - r 1 P
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Book of Home Menus
TIv.iv"rf .r" j
Showing "What to Serve" and "Hoio
to Set and Decorate a Table. "
A book to be highly prized, con
taining table settings beautifully illu
strated in natural colors. Also twenty
four menus and more than one
hundred recipes for cooking in a
"Caloric" Fireless Cookstove
You will be amazed at the seemingly impossible, almost
unbelievable, things it does. It actually bakes cake, pie, bread,
biscuits, etc., and actually roasts meats, chicken,- game, etc.,
without any fire whatever except that supplied by the radi
ators (heated a few moments over a flame the same as an or
dinary flat iron), as well as steams, stews, boils, etc.
You can cook practically everything for the family table, better and more
wholesomely, more nutritiously, richer in flavor and at less cost thanispos
sible any other way. You can do so the year round, summer and winter.
Fill out and bring this coupon to our store aad
get this beautiful Book of Home Menus FREE.
Newberry's Hardware Co.
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and transfer work
solicited. Phone 4
Frank Wallace, Prop'r
OrriCE AT PHILLIPS' ouoccbv
Delegates to State
Nuhuaska State Iukigation
Lincoln, Nebr., Nov. 3, 1910.
S. C. Reck, Chairman Board of
County Commissioners, Alli
Dear Sir: At the last meeting
of the National Irrigation Con
gress, which was held at Pueb
lo, Colo., on Sept. 2Gth to 30th,
the state of Nebraska was rep
resented by .thirty-two delegates.
After listening to the discussions
at this congress it was apparent
to many of our delegated that
irrigation in Nebraska was defi
cient in many ways, and it was
suggested and unanimousl y
agreed by the Nebraska dele
gates that a state association
should be formed with a view to
bettering this condition. A meet
ing of the delegates was called.
A f tor some discussion the "No
bnivku State Irrigation Associa
tion was formed, with T. C.
Egt-lhton, Free port, Nebr., presi
dent, and D. D. Price, State
Engineer's office, Lincoln, Nebr.,
A call has been made for a
meeting of. this association to be
held at Bridgeport, Nebr., on
Nov. 15 and 16, to perfect
this organization... That those
who attend this meeting may
have a recognized standing, it is
desired that the chairman of the
boards of county commissioners
of supervisors of each county in
the state where irrigation is
practiced, appoint not less than
five delegates composed of citi
zens who are directly interested
in irrigation, power or conserva
tion, if possible, and who will ho
able to attend this meetng at
Bridgeport on Nov. 15 and 10.
We also desiro that the mayor
of each city or village and
each commercial body assist us
in tins work by appointing dele
gates as above set forth.
This is an important matter,
deserving our prompt and care
ful attention, as great good will
result to every citizen of the
i rrigated portion of the state.
Will you kindly make the ap
pointments as early as your con
venience will permit and advise
Mr,. D. D. Price, Lincoln, Nebr,,
giving him a list of the appoint
ees and their address?
Thanking you for your kind
co-operation and prompt atten
tion in this matter, I remain,
Very respectfully yours,
D. D. Pkice,
Sec'y Nebr. State Irr. Ass'n.
Pursuant to the above request
I hereby appoint the following
named persons as delegates from
Box Butte county to attend the
Nebraska State Irrigation As
sociation, to be held at Bridge
port, Neb., Nov. 15th and 10th,
1010: J. P. Jensen, J. M. Wanek,
Cal Hashman, FI. G. Funnan
and .Tames A. Hunter. I here
by respectfully request that said
SANG 0. RECK,
Chairman Box Butte County
Potash Negotiations Fall.
Washington, Nov 8. The state de
partment was ofllcinlly advised or tho
(allure of tho potash negotiations in a
cahlpgram from Ambassador Hill and
Commercial Adviser Davis. The lat
ter, the dispatch added, would leave
at once for Vienna to consider certain
trade relations with Austria
Kramer and Moran Win Race.
Boston, Nov. 8 Prank Kramer or
East Orange, N. J., and Ja?iies Moran
of Cholsea won tho six-day bicycle
raqe, their mileage or 1,345 miles, 8
laps, marking a new American record
for a ten hours a day six-day race.
Equipment and service first-class in every department
Cafe m Connection-Open Day and Night
On the left and across the street from the
The Rex Garage
S. C. Reck, Prop.
Xra. MoCcilile S-u.ild.in.gr
Rentals and Repairing
AGENCY FOR THE
The most popular auto today
Is the FORD. Low priced and
Inexpensive to run, It fills the
need better than the higher
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