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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1910)
The following "Want Ads" nre classified under appropriate
headings for the convenience of readers.
Cash Rates Five cents per line eacli insertion. No ad re
ceived for less than ten cents per insertion.
Credit Rates Five cent" per line each insertion, but no ad
vertising account opened for less than tventytive cents and no
ad charged for less than fifteen cents per week.
Good Things to Cat
Lovers of oysters should go to the
Keystone. Oysters 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. Dismer.
Pardey's cottage bread is baked
expert bakers and is good to eat.
ROOMS AND BOARD JS5 per week.
Board alone, $4.25, Beds for rent.
321 West Montana. Mrs. E. Boone.
FOR RENT Newly furnished mod
ern rooms. 315 Big Horn Ave. Phone
For nicely furnished light house
keeping appartments ou the ground
floor, see Mrs. Bayer, of 219 Yellow
stone or phone 529. 50-328
RANCH TO LEASE. Between five
and six thousand acres, dearly alt fresh
range. Hay and straw on place.
Plenty of shedding. Splendid for
sheep, cattle or horses. G. M Park
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-2g2.
' FOR RENT House aud barn on
Toluca Ave. House No. 504. Inquire
at 321 West 3rd street. Phone No
582. Mrs. Nellie Heath.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, oue
set for light house keeping. Two and
one-half blocks west of Alliance Na
tional Bank. Phone 582.
49-3o6-tf Mrs. Neli.e Heath.
First-class board and room for one
young man. Call 713 Laramie Ave.,
or phone 394. 47-4-225
Furnished rooms, steam heat, bath,
etc., with or without board. Mrs. J.
H. Curtis, 518 Toluca avenue. Phone
416. . 42 tf
FOR SALE Rooming house. For
particulars phone 152. 5o-tf-3t8
Only twenty-six more shopping days
until Xmas. The Bee Hive Santa
Slaus' Headquarters, will remain open
every evening, 5o-it-3i7
Six horsepower, brand new gasoline
engine for sale very cheap; Address
C. M. Carey, Lakeside, Nebraska, or
see it at the Crescent rauch.
Threlkeld sells china, glassware and
Relinquishment for sale or trade for
Alliance citv property. Improved and
five miles from good town. Call or ad
dress, "A", Herald office. 47.tf.246
Farmers, ranchmen, and everybody
else find E. I. Gregg & Son's the best
place to buy flour, feed, poultry food,
and 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 porch; and house is entire
ly new. Easy terms can be arranged.
Address J, Herald office. 47-tf-252
160 acre farm seven miles frpm
Minatare. 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. MoFFiTT, Minatare, Nebr.
Buy your stoves of T. J. Threlkeld,
401 Box Butte Ave. 43-tf
For Sale Houses, Etc.
I sell furniture and house furnish
ings cheaper tnan anybody. 1. j.
LADY ROOM MATE WANTED
By young lady. Nicely furnished
room in good location. References
furnished. Phone 340. 49ti35
"Wanted; a girl to work at lunch hour
in Cafe, Care Herald. tf
GIRL WANTED for general house
work. Phono 605. 45-227
", Let me frame your pictures
THESE WANT AD COLUMNS are
read by 1,500 subscribers every issue.
Advertise your wantB. Results count.
DRESS M AKIN G Experienced
dressmaker- 319 Yellowstone avenue.
Phone 535, Mrs. Barnem. 44-tf-205
S. Gliddcn has returned to Alli
ance and is readv to do all kinds of odd
jobs of work. Phone 166 red. 39tf
Wanted Work by day or take wash
ing home. 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 hardware busi
ness. Carries line of harness and has
best equipped tin shop in western Ne
braska. Hrm is doing gooi) business.
Reason for sellinif is noor health. For
particulars address. Hardware, en re of
Alliance Hera lit. 3'J-tf
Live Stock, Poultry, Etc.
FOR SALE One span of mares, 7
and 8 years old, both with foal.
weignt 2,700 pounds, uall on or
write C. H. Gillespie, 6o? W. Dakota.
Now is the time to buy your Brown
Leghorns. Call or write me at 924
Box Butte avenue, Alliauce, Nebr.
B. H. Perrv. 4i-tf
Fat hogs and cattle wanted. We
want to buy some good stuff to butcher.
Drake & Bard, Phono 50.
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 work quickly
done, at reasonable prices. 4otf
Have your pictures framed at
I have 400 tons of good hay for sale,
good location to feed stock.
J. D. Hagerty,
4i-tf Bridgeport, Neb.
Money to loan on real estate. F. E.
FOR SALE--Good out straw at $5.00
per ton. A. k. Wit son & Son,
Box 105 49-tf-284
WAMEDTO BUY double barrel
shot gun, 12 gauge preferred. Price
must be right. Geo. A. Hillis.
Flour, hay, feed, stock salt, poultry
food. Best goods. Prices right. City
deliveries made promptly. E. I. Gregg
& Son. Phone 155. 40.294
Notice, farmers and ranchmen: If
vou have eood. fat hock nr cnttln in
sell we will pay you the highest market
price tor it. We want nothing but
good stuff, but will pay you good prices
if you have what suits us.
Drake &Barb, Phone 50.
Furniture and housefurnishings at
the right price at Threlkeld's.
NOTICE TO SETTLE Having
disposed of both our grocery and meat
business, all accounts are now due and
payable. The accounts of S. H.
Desch & Company, and the personal
accounts of S. H. Desch are also pay
able to us. All persons knowing them
selves indebted should call and settle
t once. Teatkr Brothers.
LEARN WIRELESS & R. R. TE
LEGRAPHY! Shortage of fully 10,
000 Operators on account of 8-hoiu
law and extensive "wireless" develop
ments. We operate under direct
supervision of Telegraph Officials aud
positively place all students when
qualified. Write for catalogue.
NAT'L. TELEGRAPH INST., Gin
cinnati; Philadelphia; Memphis; St.
Paul, Minn.; Enid, Okla,; Columbia,
S. C; Portland, Ore.
Mv iv1f. Mlnttt (lrfcrrr hau loft
my bed and board of her own free will
.wl t til : ....... u IL.1- .
uuu x im hi ui viay ue respuuBluio lur
tiny bills or obligations made by her,
A. LkRov Giieoo. SO-St-aai
Buy your china aud glassware, of
rure urea roianu uuua , Hoars on
Saturday, December 3rd, at the Palace
Livery Ham v A. R. Wu.so.v A; Son,
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I Qrape Cream 1
international Press BiWe Question Club
I have read the Suggestive Questions
on the Sunday School Lesson pub
lished in THE ALLIANCE HERALD
also - the lesson itself for Sunday,
November 27th, 1910, and intend to
read the series of 52-
Address '. ,
The Wise House-Wife
That VXCTOR Hour at $1.5") a
sack looks like some reduction
in the cost of living and that 60c
for a 10 lb sack of PUKE NEW
YORK BUCK-WHEAT is no in
crease, And that New Crop whole
Rice at 6c a pound helps some
with Colorado Alfalfa Honey at
20c a frame Is the same as it has
been for years,
Also Skinned haras at '20c a
pound shows a change for tho
better as well as Ranger Sorg
ham at 50c a gallon,
Sodft Crackers in 10 lb Boxes
at 70c each is also a saving and
the same can be said of laundry
starch at 5c a pound.
Five gallon of coal oil for 60c
is another help, also Cranberries
at 10c a quart.
She also says' that the highest
grade of goods for the most
reasonable prices can be had at,
ALLIANCE GROCERY CO.
Imitations have been issued for a
fancy dress ball to be given at the
Phelan opera house this evening. No
detail of the arrangements have been
neglected to make this an elite and en
SSI hhiW"" I1 ' i SM
Meeting of Nebraska State Irrigation
(Continued troiu page 4)
to road thnt one vice president be
appointed front each water dis
trict rn the itute, seconded and
Motion by .1. W. Smith that the
executive committee be composed
of. seven, members instead of five
aud that tho sixth member bo ap
pointed from tho junction of the
Platte rivers as far cast oil the
l'iatte river proper as Kearney,
seconded and carried.
A Question by Mr. Warrick,
"What are the boundries of the
Answered by the Seerotaryi
Niobrara and White Kiver Dis
tricts. Republican River district. '
Lodgepole Crook district.
South Platte River district.
North Platte River district.
Prom the junction of tho Platte
Rivera cast along tho Platto
River proper to Kearney.
Motion Mr. Casper thai the
President be made the member at
large of the executive eonunittoe,
seconded and carried.
The following were nominated
for the executive committee:
M. 13. Smith for tho North Platto
J. W. Smith for the Republican
A. Wiekstrom for tho South
Fred Lehmkuhl for tho Lodge
P. T. Francis for the Niobrara
W. C. Scoutt for the East Platto
The President as the member at
Motion by Mr. Dunham that
the nominations cease and the
above be declared as tho execu
tive committee for the ensuing
year, seconded and carried.
The following were appointed
as the legislative committee by
T. J. Kalligan, of North Platte.
J. 0. Heeler, of North Platte.
Fay E. Williams, of Bridgeport.
Q. J. Hunt, of Bridge-port.
0. W. Gardner, of Goring.
Fred A. Wright, of Seottsbluff.
W. P. Byron, of Gothomburg.
It was rccpiested that all mem
bers interested in legislation
write to Mr. Halligan, as chair
man, in regard to matters for
The question of location of the
next meeting was taken up.
Mir. Hunt, of Bridgeport,spokc
at length, and in the name of tho
Bridgeport Commercial Club, in
vited the Association to select
Bridgeport as the next meeting
point, stating that it was the
most accessible point, and that
all the expenses of the meeting
would be paid, up to two hun
Motion by Mr. Hunt, duly sec
onded, thnt Bridgeport be select
ed as -the place for the next
Mr. Shumway spoke for Scotts
bhiff, stating that expenses up
to tliree or four hundrer dollars
would be guaranteed, that the
immense sugar factory would be
of interest, and invited .the dele
gates to select that point as the
next meeting place.
Motion by Mr. Shumway, duly
seconded, that Seottsbluff be se
lected as the next meeting pluee.
The motion by Mr. Hunt that
Bridgeport be selected carried by
a standing vote.
Motion by Mr. Warrick that
the time of the next meeting be
left with the executive commit
tee, seconded and carried,
Mr. Shumway suggested that
the number of delegates to be
appointed by the Governor he in
creased to ten.
Motion by Mr. "Wiekstrmn that
the Governor be allowed the ap
pointing of ten delegates and the
State Engineer the appointing of
ten delegates, seconded and car
ried. Motion to adjourn by Judge
Steuteville, of Bridgeport. Meet
ing adjourned at 12:40 p. m., to
meet at the call of the executive
I offer tnanks!
No fiamlns kword my Eden's sate has
No blot or blame has my escutcheon
Tho pood stnrs of my horoscope have
No hope deterred my beart'a content baa
My riivmde ring remains a perfect round.
Wherefore from my slad lips let thla re
sound, 'I offer thankal"
I offer thankal
Twelvemonth of plenty and of peace Tve
No wind of fate contrariwise has blown.
Through tranquil zones of calma my
barks have steered.
No tea drowned wrecks have In my ports
No falsa mirages have perplexed my ken.
No vexing phantoms cry teg "Might hare
I offer thanks! Susie M. Seat.
In t1w of Ua
mass of erldenca antasonlitic to sJam.
It Is recommended that Its
he prohibited by lt.Uktd
Mmdrn from Grmpmm
Approved by physicians and food
officials, both State and National.
Awarded highest honors by the
proved of superior strength
A full line of Groceries, Provisions, Flour
and other goods usually found in a
Telephone orders filled promptly
S. W. Cor. Box Butte Ave. and Second St.
Equipment and service first-class in rvery department
Cafe in Connection Open Day and Night
On the left and across the street from the
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MARKET DAY SALE
Commencing Saturday, December 3d, we will hold a
Market Day Sale at the Spry Sale Yards and continue every
Saturday. We will sell anything you want to sell and will
treat you right. List your stuff early in the vweek with
Coursey or Spry.
SIMON SPRY, Sale Mjjr.
H. P. COURSEY, Auc.
The Geo. Darling furniture store
presents a very improved appearance
since the new window was placed in
position. The door is now at one side
instead of in the center, leaving one
lar'se show window instead of two.
The Thiele Drug store is having the
same kind of a front placed, the work
being practically completed on this.
uto In bakln trowdart
Staha Senate CommHtt Report
of all descriptions
for any part of a
house or barn.
Dicks Lumber fiCoal Co.
Phone 22 D. Waters, Mgr.
J. B. Hurlbut, better known as
"Four Spot Hurlbut", a prominent
stockman from near Canton, was in
Alliance on businessWednesday.
P. 1. Beach, a brother of John K.
Beach, assistant business manager of
The Herald, is home for Thanksgiving.
He is a student at the State University
at Lincoln, and will probably return
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