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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1910)
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Cash Rates Five cents per" line each insertion.
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.
Good Things to Eat
Lovers of oysters should go to the
Keystone. Oypters shipped direct to
us from the oyster beds. We handle
the New York Counts, Try them. You
can get them in any quantity.
42tf F. B. DtSMKK.
Pardey's cottage bread is baked by
expert'bakers and is good to eat.
' ' to Rent
WANTED TO RENT Two furn
ished or unfurnished rooms in modern
private residence. By couple who can
give good references. No light house
keeping. Phone 340. 4q.tf.29z.
FOR RENT House and barn on
Toluca Ave. House No. 504. Inquire
at 321 West 3rd street. Phone No.
582. , Mrs. Nellie Heath.
'it . ,"
FOR RENT '-Furnished rooms, one
set for light house keeping. Two and
one-half blocRs" west of Alliance Na
tional Bank. Phone 582.
49.30G.tf Mrs. Nelix Heath.
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 in
First National Bank building. Hot
water heat furnished.
Furnished rooms, steam heat, -bath,
etc., with or, without board. Mrs. J,
H. .Curtis, 51b Toluca avenue'. Phone
416. , , 42 tf
HARD COAL BURNER for sale,
cheap. Phone Blue 589. Rev. D. B. I
FOR SALE 1 team, 2 mlik cows,
1 two-seated carriage, 150 full blooded
Bun" OrpiugtotiKCbicheus., TjySvSax.-
ton, Teater Brothers Meat Market.
J 48 tf.267
Relinquishment for sale or trade for
Alliance citv property. Improved and
Farmers, ranchmen, 'and everybody
else find E. I. Gregg & Son's the best
place to bdy flour, feed, poultry food,
aud stock salt. 49.tf.294
MODERN SIX ROOM HOUSE for
sale cheap. Located in 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 poich; and house is-entirely
new. Easy terms can be arranged.
Address J, Herald Office. 47.tf.252
160 acre farm seven miles from
Miuatare. 30 acres uuder the Tri
State canal aud balance under the
Government canal. 25 actes under
cultivation. House, barn, cow stable,
etc. Price only $40 per acre. Address
Jos. Moi'i'iTT, Minatare, Nebr.
Buy your stoves of T. I. Threlkeld,
401 Box Butte Ave-; 43'tf
Tor Sale Mouses, Etc.
- First class boardiug house at a
train in a eood location. Call at
1 sell furniture aud house furnish-
'ings cheaper than anybody. T. J.
Eight room house, partly modern,
barn, two lots, for sale. 900 Yellow
stone avenue. Phone, Green 166. 40-10
LADY ROOM MATE WANTED
By young lady. Nicelv furnished
room in good location. References
furnished. Phone 340. 49"tf'305
Anyone, anywhere, can earn big pav
copying addresses at home evenings,
Full particulars, 6c stamps. DeArcou,
Box H, Middieport, N.Y. 4Q-it-29i
WANTED: A youug man at a salary
of JSioo.oo A MONTH. Are you worth
it? You would be if you had the right
kind of training. If you will attend
Custer College and do as much for
yourself as we will do for you, you can
be worth $100.00 a mouth in a short
time. There are great opportunities
also, for lady bookkeepers and stenog
raphers. Our Business and Shorthand
courses are as complete as can be found
nnvw),irf in the United States. You
can enter Custer College at any time.
For full information, write to Loren
Cornett, Pres., Broken Bow, Nebr,
Wanted; a girl to work at lunch hour
in Cafe. Care Herald. If
GIRL WANTED for general house
work. Phone 605. 45-lf'7
No tid ro
Let me frame
your pictures. T. J.
THESE WANT AD COLUMNS are
read by 1,500 subscribers every issue.
Advertise your wants. Results count.
D R ESS M AKIN G Experienced
dressmaker. 319 Yellowstone avenue.
Phone 535. Mrs. Bakkem. 44.tf.205
S.'Gliddeu has returned to Alli
ance and is ready to do all kinds of odd
jobs of work. Phone 166 red. 3gtf
-Work by day or take wash
Phone 485 blue. 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 hurdware busi
ness. Carries line of hurness and has
best equipped tin shop in western .Ne
braska. Finn is dolitfr. grood business.
Reason for selling is poor health. For
particulars address, Hardware, care of
Alliance Herald. 32-tf
Live Stock, Poultry, Etc.
FOR SALE One span of mares, 7'
and 3. years old, both with foal.
Weight 2,700 pounds. Call on or
1 write C. H. Gillespie, 60S W. Dakota.
-Now is the time tp buy your Brown
Leghorns. Call or write me at 924
Box Butte avenue, Alliance, Ncbf.
B. H. Perry. 4tf
" STRAYED Three calves, about
five months old. Two have ear-marks
on left ear. Other has rrt mark on ear
but has white spot on right side. Have
been gone about two weeks. Informa-
ipu.leading to,, their recovery will be
Turek, Hemingford, Nebr. 4911-283
Fat hogs and' cattle wanted. We
want to buy some good stuff to butcher,
Drake & Baud, Phone 50.
The best equipped shoe shop in
northwestern Nebraoi N tun by M. D.
Nichols in the i-m t the Alliance Cash
Shoe Sou lu&t-class work quickly
done, .tunable prices. 40tf
COAL Phone your order to No. 15'
COAL Phone 15 if you want coal.
Carkv & Vaughn. 44-tf-2o6
, I have 400 tons of good hay for sale,
good location to feed stock.
- J. D. Hagbrtv,
4i-tf Bridgeport, Neb.
Money to loan on real estate. F. E.
WANTED TO BUY double barrel
shot gun, t2 gauge preferred. Price
must be right-
Gno. A. Hii.lis,
Flour, hay, feed, stock salt, poultry
food. Best goods. Prices right. City
deliveries made promptly. E. I. Gregg
& Son. Phone 155. 40.tf.294
LEARN WIRELESS & R. R. TE
LEGRAPHY! Shortage of fully to,-
000 Operators on account of 8-hour
law aud extensive "wireless" develop
ments. We operate under direct
supervision of Telegraph Officials and
positively place all studeitts when
qualified. Write for catalogue
NAT'L. TELEGRAPH INST., Cin
cinnati; Philadelphia; Memphis; St
Paul, Minn,; Enid, Okla.; Columbia
S. C; Portland, Ore.
Anyone having clothing of any kind
which they do not care to keep, and
which Uiey desire to put to good use,
will confer a favor by phoning Mrs. W.
H. Zehrung, phone 2S7, 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. C T. l
This clothing will be used in helping
the poor of Alliance this winter. tf-
Full blooded Plymouth Rocks. Cock
rels, J 1. 50; pullets, 75c.
H. P. Lakson, Autioch, Nebr.
per ton. A.
-Good oat straw at J5.00
R. Wilsou & Fon,
Important Notice to
We 'have gopd news for the
people of Alliance who have boon
compelled to pay high prices for
an inferior quality of moat. With
the opening of the Cash Meat
Market, in our new building at
517 Sweetwater avenue, Ave can
positively announce that we are
selling BETTER QUALITY of
MEATS than the people of this
city have been buying and at
Wo don't send away several
hundred miles to have the culls
from the big packing houses
shipped to us at great expense.
We buy the best fat cattle and
hogs to be found in Box Butte
and neighboring counties, wo do
expert butchering and serve
meats to you in the best possible
style, and at prices 25 to 40 per
cent less than you have been
GIVE US A TRIAL and we
will prove our claim.
Telephone orders delivered
promptly. Phone 50.
Cash Meat Market
DRAKE & BARB, Props.
517 Sweetwater Avenue,,
International Press Bible Question Club
I have read the Suggestive Questions
on the Sundav School Lesson pub
lished in THE ALLIANCE HERALD
also the lesson itself for Sunday,
November 13th, to to, and intend to
read the series of 52.
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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
Are too great a strain on the kidneys
Backache, headache, stdeache,
Kidney troubles, urinary troubles
An Alliance citizen tells you how to
cure them all-
Mis. Laura Ricketts. 710 Missouri
Ave., Alliance, Nebr., savs: 'I can
highly recommend Doau's Kidney Pills
as I consider them uuequaled for kid
ney trouble. 1 had attacks of this
complaint for some time. Doau's Kid
ney Pills, procured al Fred E, Hoi
sten's drug store, temoved the pain
from my back and limbs and made me
feel better in every wav,"
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. V.,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Sale ori Silk Waists Sat
urday at Stuckey Com
We want to buy good, fat
Dkakh & Baru, Alliance, Phone 50
T. 11. I .loin"..
You nr herehy noUlli.'d (liiit I. tlit undrr-Mkh-'I.
tilil on the 8lli iluy of Aunust A I) UHiH
purcliusr at private tax sale of tliu tiv;i Mirer
of Hoi Untie county, Nebraska, the followluit
ileMTilel lot slum led In Hnx liutto county,
KVIir.. to-wlt :
Lot three tB)llookhlx (U) (lotri'iiforc). Nehr
for tlto tuxes of tlm vt'ur I KtW-WJ-1 lHK-0I-tKf-a!-01
-05-ufl, uml that I Imve nliice, und ufter tho
wi me btvuiiiu del nnueiit. paid its tuibsetiuent
tux. the tuxes for the yeiir UW-OS-Ofl. tlmt
said luiid-lul wii. tftxed In tho iiiimo of II. K.
ones for the years lMkv-lW-lr00-liUI-(-U3-(U
05-0(1 mid 07 anu in the natne of Lincoln Land
Oo. for ttieveu HHWund HW. And you aro
further notified Unit, after tho expiration of
three months from date of tho service of this
notice. I will apply to suld treiimer for a tux
deed of said lull . ot You wilt Kovern your
IKited tMs tltlMluy t NovenilKir, A. U HMO.
.Ioiin t. Kekkic. I'urt'butt'r.
EKCItAVER and ELECTROTYPtR
monc 1114 M2024 umsti-ct MMVEB COLO
Phonograph of Philadelphia Neigh
bors Grind Day and Night.
Phllaitplph'a, Nov. 15. Fur. foul
yeis Pitt urtBlphla litis hud "a var of
tMniiuiiailis. uuil tin end Is Hot in
slslil. Harry l. Dana tttld Ula next
door neighbor, Fletcher DumnOi', ate
owners or the rival phonographs.
The I,e Dana phonograph hits boon
grinding out "Has Anybody Here 3rtu
Kelly" for 170 hours at a stretch. l,u
Dana nnd his wlfo took turns winding
the machine and resetting the roc
ordH. Next door It was the sumo way,
with tho exception that the tune was
Tho row started when Mrs. Dimmer,
With her piano, endeavored to drown
the nolsp making proclivities of tho
l.e Dana phonograph. She wuh not a
good ondurnncu player, so her hus
band had to purchase n phonograph.
Now tho two machines grind day and
Tho neighbors declare 'that unless
the families settlo their difference!
thoy will apply to the police.
TYPHOID AT NAVAL ACADEMY
Another Midshipman la Removed to
Annapolis, Md., Nov. 15. Although
another midshipman was remuvtd to
tho naval hospital Buttering with ty
phoid fever, the medical orticluis teit
crated their statement that titer j tiuej
be no fear of an epidemic. '1 ne cases
now being treated at tho hB.'iitu,
canto uiottg slowly, IiibUhu 01 u.. o.
them developing at otto t.luu.
The authorities are at sea as to LI.-
bcauuo or the disease, as all tri"o oo.
Beived to the midshipmen, la.tlc.ut
l.i ,1i. ...lit' n.t.1 ...n.ii.. .tr...,. t,..l,4.n . 5 t
to exuminittlon and found to he cit
tirely froo trotn germs. Several otntT
midshipnten aro on the sick list wit.
the grippe and there are to more ty
Starr King, captain of the navy foot
hall team, Is reported in n more soil
Sous condition than any of the other
patients, although he Is not regarded
as dangerously HI.
ACTION ON WALSH PARDON
Attorney Sims and Judge Anderson
Make Recommendations to President.
Washington, Nov. 15. United States
.District Attorney Sims at Chicago and
Judge Anderson or itunnnapoiia nave
mado recommendations to the depart
meut of justice on tho application for
pat dotting John R. Walsh, the hanUet
now In the Leavenworth penitentiary
Judge Anderson was the trial Judge
iitid Sims tho prosecuting attorney.
The substance of their rccommenda
tlon la secret, but It will bo neces
sary for tnem to amplify tueir rccom
rbt placed before Attorney General
Wlckorsjiam or President Taft.
4S0N BEATS FATHER IN C0UR1
.Resents Reflections Made on Mother
t. San Francisco, Nov, 15. Because
Mils lather mado icllectlon upon Ills
mother on tho witness stand In the
j police court hero, George Cameron at
Hacked him and gave him a terrible
beating before the court utUtches sue
.conded In uenuratlng the tmlr.
f ...J ,.-.rt '.. 41 I
.juugi; ouuiiiiii sum uiu dl-uiiu(; vi?
i'fo' well merited that he would net
' hold tho young man for contemnt, hut
he was ordered from the court room
Then tho elder Cameron was convict
on a charge of battery, preferred
Armour Predicts Lower Prices.
' Kansas Clty, Nov. 12. Charles v.
.Vrjuour, head of the Armour Interests,
said that he believed food prices hud
broached their climax and aro now on
thr down jrado.
Chlc,-tgo, Nov. 14. Indications of a
, strong ami under the market had u
more powerful effect in the wheat pit
today than open selling by the inter
eBts that have led the buying for more
than a week The close was at u net
gain of Vie to -i-V Corn and oaU
ended tho session at the same iigtiret
is Sivtuidny or with an advance not
exceeding c. For provisions the
.latept trading showed Increased cost
running front 57U'C to 15c. Close:
Wheat Dec, 90V; May, 9Gc.
Corn Dec, 46'e; May, iVii)4$c.
Oats Dec, 31Vi31-K,c: May, 34,(5
34rtc; July, 34i4g34'H,c.
Pork Jan , $17.52V.; May, J10.30.
Itrd-Ian., $10.2714; May, $9.S2Vi.
Chicago Live Stock.
-Chicago, Nov. 14. Cattle Receipts
28,000; steady; beeves, $4.507.40;
western steerB, $4 108'G.15; stockert
and feeders, $3, 3505. CO; cows and
heifers, $2.2500.30; calves, $7.50
10.00. Hoks Receipts, 28,000; 10(
lower; light. $7.40 f. 85; mixed, $7.5f
8.00, heavy, $7.407.95; rough
$7.407.G0; pigs, $7.G0g7.G5; bulk ol
Bales, $7.707.90. Sheep Receipts
55,000; 10&15c lower; natives, $2,400
4 20; westerns, $2.504.20; yearlings
$4.2C(T(5.40; lambs, $4.75G.G0,
South Omaha Live Stock.
South Omaha, Nov. 14. Cattle Re
celpts. 11,313; steady; beef steera
$15007 25; cows and heifers, $2.75
5.00, stockers and feeders, $3.00
5.75; calves, $3 507 50. Hogs Ro
celpts, 3,420; 1025e lower, heavj
and packing grades, $7X507.75, llghti
sold us high as $8.10. Sheep Ro
celpts, 2G.040; slow; tnppy Iambs,
$6.106.35; wethers. $3 5003.65;
ewes, $3.25; yearlings, $4.35 1.50.
Oystsion the Waif Shell Libby'a. Cbrtsgmme
Tonv Oyster Crackers
Libbv's Queen Olives .
Salted Peanuts Blanched.
Roast Turkey Ov st er Dressing;
Cranberry Sauce K Gaiety Sweet Potato Croquets
, ,r Gaiety Golden Wax Beans
Gaiety Asparagus Tips on Toast
Gaiety Extra Small Peas Creamed
Mayonnaise of Celery
Sunshine Wafers - ','.. ; Gaiety White Cheese
'Gaiety Pumpkin Pie
Fard Dates Pecan Stuffed ; , Pulled Figs
Chase & Sanborn Coffee'.
After Dinner Mints v .Gaiety Cigars
We will receive a large shipment of fresh fruits
and vegetables on Wednesday especially for the
Thanksgiving trade. Phone-us for anything you need
for the dinner.
Alliance Grocery Co.
MTdb How to Make 178 Kind of Cake 1
if Cakes of all kinds for all people 1
M are best made with Royal IS
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