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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1913)
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BRUCE W ILCOX
Lawyer and Land Attorney
Practitioner In civil courts since 1893
and Register U. 8. land office from
1903 to 1907. Information by mall a
s pod flit y .
Office in Land Office Building
ALLIANCE : I XKHHASKA
BURTON & WESTOVER
Attorneys at Law
Office First National Bank Building
H. M. BULLOCK.
F. M. BROOME
Long experience as Receiver U. S.
land office la a guarantee for prompt
and efficient service.
Office in Opera House Block
ALLIANCE : I NEBRASKA
C E. SLAG-LE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office phone 65 Res. phone 52
Orie ' Coppernoll P. J. Petersen
Res. Phone 20 Res. Phone 43
Drs. Coppernoll & Petersen
Rooms 7, 8 and 9, Rumer Block
GEO. J. HAND,
Physician and Surgeon
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
H. A. COPSEY
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 360. Res. Phone 342
Calls answered promptly day and
night from office. Offices: Alliance
National Bank building over the Post
Dr. Oliver McEoen
Physician and Surgeon
SPECIALTIES: Diseases of women
and children, and Qenlto Urinary Or
gans. All calls answered promptly day
HARRY P. CODRSEY
LIVE 8TOCK AND GENERAL
Farm Sales a Specialty
ALLIANCE : NEBRASKA
DK. r. R. TYLER
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
ALLIANCE : : NEBRASKA
Dr. JAS. P. HAXFIELD
OVER BRENNAN'S DRUG STORE
PHONE 525 RED
All electrical equipment. Gns admin
istered. Evenings by appointment
A. J. KENNEDY
Office in Alliance National Bank
Building over Post Office
C3-eo. Q-. G-a-d-s"fo37-
LIBRARY BOARD HOLDS MEETING
after which the ladles partook of a
delightful lunch nt HolMen's.
PHONE: Day 498
10. A . HKHIIKRT
Office Phone 260
Residence Phone 182
At Wilson's new and second-hand
L M. Scott, Auctioneer
Will cry your sales anywhere. See
me or leave dates at the Alliance
Phonel75 Alliance, Neb.
Teacher of Tone Production
MISS EUNICE BURNETT
Public Engagements Solicited
STUDIO, 1 4 WEST SEVENTH ST.
J. P. Hazard, the Surveyor,
Is making a specialty of locating
homesteaders. He claims to
be posted as to lands
till vacant and
Has a Few Bargains In
Your chance is growing less every
day. Don't stop for fear of bad
weather the other fellow
may beat you to it.
IN LAND OFFICE BUILDING
ALLIANCE : NEBRASKA
Prices on application
AT KEELER'S GARAGE
At The Herald Office
The Annual meeting of the library
board was held with the following;
nirmbtrs present. Memlamcs McOlu
er. Smith, and Johnson, and Messrs.
Wood and Stern.
Thv president and li e prcsldeat
being MMtti W. W. Wood presided.
Minutes of May 21, read and ap
proved. Librarian's report ivnd and ap
proved. The following bills were read and
Librarian's salary $10.00
Schafcr and Walters, Janitor
service and supplies .. .. i.vfin
T. I. Threlkeld, Fumigating ;:.00
John Snyder, freight and
Mrs. Wilson, Incidental ex
A communication from Miss Char
lotte Templeton, of the State Li
brary commission. In regard to the
loan of Children's books was read,
and upon motion made by Mrs.
Smith, that the Librarian bo Instruct
ed to communicate wltli Miss Tern
pletoh and ask for the loan of ju
venile books to be used during the
summer months. Carried.
Motion by Mrs. Mc'Cluer. that the
building and grounds committee be
Instructed to arrange for having tlie
rohf and door of the library building
Motion made and carried that Mr.
Stirn be empowered to attend to
the fumigating of all books that were
In circulation during the quarantine.
Motion ma.de by Mrs. Mc'Cluer
that Mrs. Wilson, the present li
brarian, be employed for the year
ending Jun 1. 1914, at the present
Officers for the ensuing year were
elected as follows: Jas. H. H. Hew
itt, president; Mrs. E. C. McCluer,
vice-president; M.rs. W. W. Johnson.
The annual reports of the secre
tary and librarian were rend and up
on motion by Mr. Stern were accept
ed and one copy ordered filed with
the city clerk and one with the sec
retary. Librarian's annual report
Average daily circulation 41
Borrower's cards Issued . . -186
Hooks purchased 256
Books contributed M9
Fines collected $62.71
Incidental expenses 8.8ft
Although the public library was
losed one entire month out of the
year 1913. the circulation shows an
ncrease oven the year 1ft 12 of 1602
books, an Increase of 75 In the num
ber of borrower's cards issued, and
641 books have been added to the
Library by purchase and contribu
Secretary's annual report
Warrants drawn on city treas.
l ibrarian's salary 390.00
Janitor service 181.25
Library building 227.55
Electric light fixtures and ,lobor
Bcokr. 215 1ft
Lights .. 44.41
Water rent 6.85
Printing IL 80
Freight and Express .. .. 23.2J
Supplies 2ft. 17
Miscellaneous 81 05
Received on furniture fund 230.00
I This sum was paid to the city
Respect fully submitted.
MRS. W. W. JOHNSON.
By rUitilttta Myn
Newy notes of Alliance people
and others at Peru State Normal
Professional Trained Nurse
Room I, over Rodgers' Grocery
Alliance - Nebraska
MRS. E. C. DRAKE
K YES TESTED GLASSES KITTED
Cross Eyes Permanently Straightened
With Dr. Copsey
Pure and Wholesome
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PLANS AND ESTIMATES FURN
ISHED ON APPLICATION
I employ only first-class mechanics
All work guaranteed.
Residence and Shop,
7th and Mississippi.
in iiinTnr I
in mil mm i n 1111m
LI 1,1,1, "YE & OWENS
and transfer work
Dray Phone 54
Residence phone 636 and Blue 574
Let Us Do Your Job Work
Power For Crystal
Alliance iveople will soon be Riven
the opportunity of seeing the strong
est electric arc light ever brought
to western Xt braaka. Manager Har
ry Dubuque, of the Crystal theatre,
ordered by te'egraph the first cf the
week, a 3,000 candlepower electric
arc lignt, wnicn win oc lnsiauea in
front of this popular vaudeville and
picture play house. This light will
iiKikn liox Hutte vnut as light as
day In the Crystal block, and will at
tract a Kraal deal of attention to
the Crystal, which is receiving a
good .patronage since it was remod
eled recently. .
Miss Antoinette Sands h H Mon
day morning for her home.
Mi Edith Marker and children re
mained in Peru during vacation.
Mrs. M. B. Johnson aad son, Ralph,
whe were visiting Mrs. 11. Mowhlr
ter. depart d Monday morning for
Clare Mewhirter left Peru Tuesday
facing for Lincoln
Miss Itessle Graham in company
with Bcveral friends, spent a delight
ful time at a picnic on Wednesday.
Mrs. B, Mewhirter and son, Lyle,
left Wednesday morning, Lyle going
to Lincoln and Mrs Mewhirter to
Bhenandoah, Iowa, where she will
visit From Iowa Mrs. Mewhirter
will spend some time In visiting In
Omaha and other points before con
tinuing to Oshkosh, where she will
make her home.
On Thursday, PreaideiH Hayes and
family spent the day enjoying a
fishing trip and picnic.
Miss Alice Achesnn and Miss Anna
Fiedl r arrived In Peru the first of
the week and are laking work In
the summer school.
A Tom Thumb wedding was very
successfully given In the Methodist
church Tuesday evening under the
auspices of the ladles Aid Society.
Hetty Marker was on of the flower
girls, Jaaen KAjrei was the grandfa
ther of the groom, Herbert Myers
was one of the Invited guests, Mob
by Marker was one of the ushers
ami Leonard Hayes was the father
of the bride.
At our first chapel exercise held
on Wednesday morning, we had the
pleasure of listening to a talk b y
Rev. Scoville, the famous evange
list. Mrs. Scoville sang several
songs which were greatly enjoyed.
The summer Bchool this year la the
largest In the history of the school,
students coming from all over the
state. Quite a number of students
from the Junior Normal schools at
Mroken Bow and North Platte are
attending here this summer.
President Hayes has Just returned
from North Platte, where he deliver
ed the commencement address t o
the eighth grade graduation class of
1. 0. 0. F. Holds
The yearly memorial services of
the IOOF lodge No. 168 were held
Sunday afternoon at the lodge room
In the city and at the cemetery. A
l it one hundred ' Odd, Fellows and
ll.h kas were present. The services
we i. participated In by Charles Jef
rers, .' ble Grand; Lloyd C. Thomas,
cliaphii;-. ; A. J. Miu-y. secretary, and
Rev. F. A. Woten. Short verses
were Ducted by other members of
the ledge as the graves were decor
ated at the cemetery. A large num
ber of automobiles and carriages
took the members to tlie cemetery.
Mrs. Charlie Trlrrkle had the mis j In Alliance under the care of Df
fortune to dlslocato her right hip by Petersen the past weak. She t4
stepping from a chair. She has been turned to her home last. Saturday.
ENCAMPMENT ELECTS OFFICERS
The following officers were elttted
it the regular meeting of the IOOF
Encampment Friday evening. Greg
ory Zurn. C P.; H. H. Brandt, S.
W.J Hoy lesier, J. W ; Frank Had'
engren, H. P.; T. H. Lawler, treas
An Installation will be held for camp
mctdbirs and their families.
M AXE TRIP TO THE RIVER
' K Holsten, W. V. Klentop and
G a. Milliken, went over to the lat-
ter's big ranch near McUrew on
Wednesday of las! week, returning
Thursday. They made the trip in
Mr. Mllliken's new Overland car
and reported an enjoyable trip.
Surprising Cure of Stomach Trouble.
When you have trouble with your stom
ach or chronic constipation, don't imagine
that your case is beyond help just because
your doctor falls to give you relief. Mrs.
U. Stengle, Plainfield, N. J., writes, "For
over a month past I have been troubled with
my stomach. Everything; I ate upset it ter
ribly One of Chamberlain's advertising
booklets came to me. After reading a few
of the letters from people who had been
cured by Chnmberlsin's Tablets, I decided to
try them. I have taken nearly three fourths
of a package of them and can now eat almost
everything that I want." For sale by all
For sale by F. E. Holsten.
James Pot meal I proprietor of the
Diamond poel hall, has af ull grown
monkey Which has been attracting
crowds on the streets by its curious
antics, the last day or two. Jim is
ii aching the monkey a few tricks
From the Interest It takes in the
steering wheel of hl auto, we sur
mise that It will be a uniformed
ehaffeur one of these days.
Merltol Tonic Digestive, the great
rejuvenati.r and builder, tones up
the system, improves the appetite
aids digestion, cleanses the system of
impurities. Just what you need when
all run down. -F. J. Brennan.
Adv-A-41-Jun 6 26.
FRIENDS HONOR JEFFERS
Chas. C. Jeffers, chief of police,
was agreeably surprised by a num
ber of his friends the last of the
week. He was presented with an
expensive cap and a gold star, botli
of which 'he is proudly wearing. He
says he feels mighty gratified to the
friends who made the gift.
RICE LEASES HILL RANCH
J. E. Rico- hu:; leased the Wm.
Hill ranch of 4,000 acres In Morrill
county. This Is an up-to-date ranch
and one or the bett in this section
of the state.
DEGREE OF HONOR INITl ATE8
At tlie regular meeting of th lu.
Id leu tf the Degree of Honor Thura
'day evening an Initiation waa held,
We want the
name of every
young man who
Is ambitious to
BE A LAWYER
and we want to hear from ev
ery business, man who wlahea
that he knew BUSINESS LAW.
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Time is Here
We sell the kind that does good
work In even the hardeet kind of
ground. Don't wait any longer be
fore ordsrlng your disc harrow.
Practical manure spreaders that
are high enough so they can be
used anywhere and yet not so high
as to cauae unneceasary loss of
time or labor In loading. Light In
draft, easy to operate, simple and
Gang and sulky plows, cultivators,
alao a full line of other Implements
neceaaary to good farming.
I. L. ACHESON
S. A. FOSTER
Have the best grades of
LUHBER at right prices
Also, the only Cement,
See us for Farm Gates
W. R. Drake, Prop.
Fresh and Cured Meats
"The Best of Everything"
Notices to Farmers and Ranchmen:
We do our our own butchering and
are on tne market for the best we
can buy. If you have some excep
tionally good stuff to sell, let us
know about it.
Corner Box Butte Ave. and 4th St.
Lump and Nut
Eastern Hard Nut
Dierks Lumber & Coal Co.
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