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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1922)
i . P""Pl acan theee Want
a folumni looking for whit you
r stbera bare to offer. Oat quirk
raanlta by sdrer'talns; In Ths
Uarald Want Ad department.
ItATES One cetvt per word per
Insertion. Costa no mora than
aiher newspapers and we iruar
lht ou reach several bun
lred mora readers. Bur ciroula
. not bot air.
IIOI SK FOR SALK
Io you want to buy a new, east front,
three room house in the northwest
or hot part of town at your own (in
ure? Make me an offer by Thursday
mornint. No reasonable offer refu-ed.
Not necessarily all cai-h. FLOYD
FOR SALE Slightly uved No. 8. I
C. Smith typewriter in exceilei.t
condition. Bargain if taken at once.
Fremont J. Wilson, (512 W. 4ih St. o"tf
FOR SALE One l-burner, 2-oven
Quick Meal fras-oline .stove. One
Victor Victrola, with 15 records. Po'h
at less than half price. A. E. PEL
TElt, IlilL Addition. GO-Gl-p
FOR SALE Modern five-room bun
palo in best part of town, $1,51)0
cash and balance like rent. Inquire at
the Herald olfice for No. 0(. COtt
FOR SALE Ho'i ..hold iVr.i'mo in
cluding rus, .'.imntr room fmni'ure,
bls, etc. Ap.)!y r.c 024 Latando.
fcSALE Old paper:
j . oc bundle.
"ni? T?r.T fruiir room-;: crounJ
v' flnri' lawn nniT ' UL'irilpn. . C!lty in.
VCL II XllV llCltUVK itt sv s. v v-i'
FOR KENT Elcpanty furnished
light housekeeping opartmenl-.
Linen end laundry furni.-hVd. Phone
GoG. Ill Cheyenne. ofl-tf
WANTED Good white cotton rap-,
G cents per pound. 1 HE HERALD.
jOST Avia wi
atch, Goldstone fob. Re
NC1S HACKER. 5stf
Regular teacher.' examinations will
be held at the court houe, June 30
and July 1.
68-62. County Supt.
. It will be to your advantage to
loan. E. C.Itarker, First "Na
tional Bank Bldg. 42t
In the Matter of the Estate of
Vyfiaries r,. iiersnman, ueceasea.
In the County Court of Box Butte
. ' County, Nebraska.
Now on this 6th day of June, 1922,
come The Guardian Trust Company
of Alliance, box Butte County, Ne
braska, administrator with the will
annexed of the estate of Charles E.
Hershman, deceased, and files its final
account as such administrator and also
files a petition for distribution and as
sigrnment of the residue of said estate
now in its possession to the persons
entitled by law to receive same.
It is therefore ordered that the 29th
day of June, 1922, at ten o'clock, A.
M., at my office in the court house of
Box Butte County, Nebraska, at Alli
ance, Box Butte County, Nebraska, be
fixed as the time and place for hear
ing,' examining and allowing said ac
count and hearing and considering said
petition for. distribution and assign
ment of the residue f said ertate. And
the heirs of said Chailes E. Hersh
man, deceased, and all persons inter
ested in iaid estate, are! required to ap
pear at the time and (place so desig
nated and show cause if such exists,
why iaid account should not be allowed
as the residue of said estate dis
tributed, f - i l
It Js further ordered that Eaid The
Guardian Trust Company of Alliance,
Box Butte County, Nebraska, admin
with the will annexed, give
notice to all persoris interested in said
estate by causing a copy of this order
to be published iw1he Alliance Herald,
a newspaper primed and published at
Alliance, Box B ytte County, Nebraska,
and circulatingin said county, three
successive week's prior to the day set
for 6aid hearijng. '
(Sit;ied) IRA E. TASII,
(Seal) ) County Judge.
Mitchell & Gintz, Attorneys.
Magistrate: "So, madam, you broke
an umbrella over your husbands
Defen(Sant: It was purely an ac-
. cident, ir."
Mvstrate "How in the world could
'have been an accident T
.Defendant: "Why, your honor, I
dnt the slightest intention or Dreait
fg the umbrella."
POWER OF THE PRESS
"Don't all these papers make you
tired?" asked a kindly ailien of a
.i.Kn. mihn vraa atrucirHnir klonir tin-
tier a tremendous bundle of dailies
, just off the press.
"Nah!" replied the youth. "I ain
got time to reaa era.
THE SAME PROBLEM
V. Servant "So it ia understood
I have my theatre, my tea, my re-
Mistress "Will it be necessary for
for us to teach you to piay me piano i
II Numero (Turin).
anih un.e myself as a can-
",'"'ul nomination for Countv
Mi''iiiitcn.!or.t of l!x Uutto countv,
at the primary election to le hold
July 1 1SIJ2. I am well acquainted
witii the needs of the rural schools,
lour mippoit will lw appreciated
( o:nmission r, Second District.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the democratic nomination for County
Commissioner from the Second district
of P.ox Butte county, Nibraska, sub
ject to the will of the democratic vot
ers of the county at the primaries to
"e nt'iu .any i.s. lour support will
be greatly ppprcci: tl.
Commis' ioncr. Third District.
I heirby announce my candidacy for
the noir.in;:t'on for countv commission
er for the Third district' of Box Butte
county, Nebraska, subject to the will
of the democratic voters at the pri
mary election to be held July IS. Your
support will bs givi.tlv appreciated.
E. A. BENNETT.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the democratic nomination for shcrilT
of Bon Butte cojr.ty, Nebraska, sub
ject to the will of the democratic
voters at the primaries July IS. Your
support will be appreciated.
S. II. FINK.
Commissioner, Third District.
I hereby announce my candidacy foi
;he oiTice of county commissioner in
the Third district of Box Butte county,
Nebraska, subject to the approval of
the democratic voters at the primaries,
Ju.y 18, 1W2.
1 am a good roads enthusiast, and 1
know condition in the county thor
njglily. 1 believe in being guided by
he will of the majority in till matters
jf road location. 1 pledge my best ef
forts for a bu.-iness-Iike administration
of county affair?, and have but one
Jther plank in my platform eualitj
uiU juoiice lor all.
J. R. LAWRENCE.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
he nomination for county tieauier,
-ubject to the will of the republican
voters at the primaries, July 1m. i am
it present deputy county treasurer, fa
miliar with the work, and if elected
will devote every etfort toward tiliim
he oll'ice in a competent and efficient
vav. Your support is respectfully so
licited. MRS. NELLIE WILSON.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the nomination for County Super
intendent of Schools of Box Butte
county, Nebraska, subject to the will
of the voters at the primaries, July
18. OPAL RUSSELL.
1 herebwannounce my candidacy for
the democratic nomination for sheriff!
r n..... ... t.i i l 74
of Box Butte county, Nebraska, sub
jv.v w w vii v mil vi ijic uviiiuvi n.tv uvtj
ers at the primaries, July 18. Youn
Support is cordially solicited.
' I announce myself as republica
candidate for nomination of Count
Treasurer of Box Butte county.
Four years ago 1 served as Deputy
Treasurer, until the law was passed,
that relatives could not work for re
latives," which forced me out.
I think I am entitled to the treasure
ers office, and if elected, I will do the
very best possible to fill it intelligentlj
and save money for the tax payers. 1
I will be very grateful to all voters i
who will Fupport me at the primaries
July 18, 1922. :
&&tl UK& CUKA JV1. JLtiWlS r .
Commissioner, Third District. (
Subject to the will of the democratic
voters of Box Butte county, I am a
candidate for the nomination for coun
ty commissioner from the Second dis
trict of Box Butte county. I have
been working with machinery for
twenty-eight years and have been aef
lively engaged in road and bridge
work for the past eighteen years, u
you believe, as I do, that at least one
member of the county board should
be a man of practical experience,
our support will be appreciated. p
County Sheriff. I
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the nomination for sheriff of B1
Butte county, subject to the will ii
the democratic voters at the primaries
July 18. If nominated and elected, sj
will use my best efforts to fill tie
otfice efficiently and will administtr
the office impartially. Your suppqr-
will be appreciated. ,i
LLOYD GWINN. 1
Al McCart and Mrs. Farrell motor!
ii i... o... i.. . ....;l.nmu comnanv. for tr
v : ...u- iZ . .v.'this nart of his stock consisted of
Mitchell hospital. Mrs McCart. who
VI1KIIUII Wlytkl V, nnu IS Bl 14IO
has been staying with her, came home
w ith them. Virginia is reported to Jte
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Sheldon of Iletn
ingford have been visiting their son,
Marshall, the lat few days. -
A number from this vicinity attend
ed the ball game Sunday between
VIII kXilB TIVIIUIT l.VU-
Lawn and Snake Creek. They tock." penuing uWi"s'
tkeir dinner along and made a picnic, "as tranferred to George tenung.
out of it. Althoujh the game was aut He stated that the stock was being
i r-i., kIko d for less than the assessment of
. Mrs. Jav Hall and children are visit-
ing in Hemingford at present. '
,i- c vo' iui Sntrt-.
day night, which was given for the Clyde A. Watteyne enterel corn
benefit of the Lawn ball team, was . plaint as to his assessment of $2,000
-ri aii rf a fin in-' ' on lot 8. block 6. second county addi-
Mr. and Mrs. L.1 E. Hood took th.ir
baby to Dr. McEuen Saturday to have,
his gums lanced. - ?
Pete FaiTell Is helping Marshal
ck.i.u. nt ,,n .iif.ifi iVii. uk.1i. . i
r ., i
A dollar will not go as far as it
used to, out we have fully as much
trouble getting it back. Manila IjfJl-
t;u: amianv n:n:.M.n,,i n sr.w, .hni: 1:22
M1V....1: ii 1 1
' 1 Mii:iii'ii inn iLfin 1
lf I I al J ' 1,1 A 1
Hears Complaints in
Five Day Session
Alliance, Jimo M The board of
e(,u. ilizat ion in and for Box Butte
coimlj, Nebraska, met pursuant to
statute. Members present, C L. Ha.-h-man,
chairman; deorve W. Duncan;
John Pilkincion, as.-e-sor; and Avis
M. Joder, clerk.
The meeting was called to order by
the chairman and the lollowing pro
ceedings were bad and done to-wit:
Mis. UisuMa 'Cuttle appeared before
the board and complained as to her
taxes on N'-j lot S'a lot 17, N'
of vv. 40 tt. and N2 of E. .'0 ft., lot
IS, Block 2 i, Alliance, saying that they
weie too hih. U( n investigation the
hoard louiul that the above land was
asscscd at .yl,'.i.0 and this ami unt
.-eemed none ton hinh and the as.-c: s
menl was ordered to stand.
J. V. Miller appeared before the
board complaining as to bis personal
assessment of $1100.00 staling that
it was too high. L'pon due eon. -idem
tion and investigation it was ordered
by the board that uid assessment be
reduced to $1,000.00,
C. B. Wtit.-ey appeared before the
boa i'il with complaint as to the assess
ment on his Marmon car, which was
an old car but was a.-se. sed as a new
car. It appeared that the assessment
was $1,000.00 too high and this amount
was ordered to be taken from his per
Everest Cook appealed before the
hoard with complaint as to the amount
winch nad hocn added hy the ases or
to his assessment of 4,700.00 to $(!,
:s.0.i!i). L'pon investigation it was
lou. id that the first as.-esmrnt 'a,i not
sulncient to cover his stock and it
was ordered by the board that the .;s-
sessmcnt he placed :.t O.OOh.OO
Eva F. Vandewalker entered com
plaint as to impiovemcnts wh'ch were
assessed cgain.-t the Sh'. sec. 20, twp
27, Ranj.c 47, as there are no impiove-
inf. ii.. on this ijuaiter. It was found
that such improvements should l.e on
the NE'a of see. i!2, twp. 27, range 47.
it was ordeied by the board that vhe
assessment for improvements on the
tir.-t nuaiter be stiicken from the
book-i and that SohO.OO lo added for
inuro ements on the NE'j 21-27-47.
Leopold lloellner appeared befoie
board and complained as to the assess
menl of the NE' of S-2s-l'J, which
land was assessed at ?.".0 ier acre.
It was shown that thiee-lourths of this
land is rouh and of ot little valu and
same was ordeied assessed at (1.00
per ai're instead of S.00.
F. W. Harris appeared for F. M.
Knight relative to assesssment of lots
;i and 4, blk. 4, Hitchcock, Hills and
Snedeker s addition, which he stated
were assessed too high for the reason
ihat a greater part of the lots are
taken up by the railroad right of way.
It was ordered by the board that the
assessment be reduced from $2M) to
Mr. Harris also complained n to
the assessment of blocks l-2-I-4, in
Brown's addition to Alliance, but upon
investigation it was found that these
blocks were assessed very fair and
reasonably and the assessment Was
i i . . ...... I .. . . V. . . As 1
ordered to .stand as shown on
P. J. Nolan appeared before
i board stating that the ts.-essment orH
his land, SEtf, SWi; SE',4 S'i.j
NW'n: Ntfi). SW4 -4-24-50. is too'l
high for the reason that only 100 acres
of this land is -hay land and the re
mainder of little value. It was or
dered by the board that the assess
ment on Sli, NW'i, SE14 be reduced
froin $2100 to f-1920.
; K. M. Banks appeared w ith com
plaint as to assessment on all of sec
tion 7-24-51, which was $5400.00. It
was found that the assessor had made
an error in assessing the land and
such assessment was reduced from
above amount to $3100.
F. Cogswell appeared for the
Famous Clothing House, relative to
the assessment on stock which had
been raised by the assessor. The as
sessor contended that assessment on
stock nnd fixtures had been given too
low. The matter was put a-ide and
will be taken up later.
.N. S. Fielding appeared befoie tl.e
board asking that the additional as
sessment of $400 which had been add
ed to his schedule for his cleaning
establishment be taken off. It appeared
to the board, upon due consideration
that the assessment of $750, which was
placed by the assessor is none too high
and it was ordered that said assess
nv"f '.kI as $750.
f W. W. Norton complained as to as
sessment on value of land in NE'4 of
sec.4, twp. 24, range 4S, which was to
the amount of $4,000. In comparing
adjoining land it was agreed that the
Viuuation was high and was ordered
bv the board to be reduced to ?3V00.
5 June 14 The board of equalization
met pursuant to adjounrnment. Same
members were present as yesterday
and the following proceedings were
bad and done to-wit:
J. H. Kane appeared before the
board asking that half of the assess
i ment on ni.s siock oi ngm. n.xiui--
assessed against the Columbia
ment on his stock of light fixtures
for the reason that
. . , . .
lamps belonging to said company, be
Jug held by him for sale, it was or
tiered bv the board that the assess
ment of' J. H. Kane for $500 be divid
ed. as renuested.
Charles Brittan appeared before the
board, for the Alliance Shoe Store,
which was assessed under the name
m.,, 4. . . .
oi a. a. Miner, snow-inK wiai w.c
J $2,000.00 and asked that the same be
reduced. Upon due consideration, it
I' the order of the tward tnai ine
above assessment be reduced to $1,000.
tion. Upon due consideration and
comparison of adjoining lots, it was
ordere.l by the hoard that the above
assessment be reduced to $1800.00.
S. B. Wnicht complained to the
. board as to his assessment of improve
ments on 3rd 40 ft, from north lot 2,
block W, Sheridan add. In comparing
these improvements with other and
adjoining properties, it was deudel
that the valuation of .:.( was not
eiiual vi; o:h,,s and vas ordered ,e
duced to . 1 led,
J"iin O'Keiie ioiue-' tha' the a--sessment
on lot 1.".. bio k 21. c.iiinal
.own t. Adii.nce. be rc,.'u,e,l from
11 " Nxn seemed out of pi upon ion
. ..... .i-:.-MiinU,, I poll due
on . le. ..I .on ot same, it was wrdeied
io.u in.s as es i:-.ent be
it l-i 0.
ii.ne l.ilhe board ot equalization
ol I... B.itte county, met pursuant w
ndji nrnir.ent. Same niemlH-rs pre-ent
v. M.niny and llie lolh-w ng pio
ece ngs w-eie had and done, to-wit:
D. E. Por I appeared befo'e the
that the assess-
on his lot, i;;
lot 12, biock V,
iiuan ntidmon. nvii. nt ooi
be i.i net ted so as to be on an equd
basi with similar properties near his
lot. Die board viewed the said pio-fr-ty
nd agree I that said lot was v; I'md
too I igh in co-npari.-on with sum j:i1-
ing and o.-itered that the n.-scssnent
be !. -duced to $,s,0. They fui'.her
ordc .'d that a property of ei ual due
situated on lot 2, block 10. Uyordng
a.lili ion which was a:ses.p, at y'OliO
be 1 dsed to the valuation of $1S K).
Es, .Mallery appealed betort the
bon 1. 1 for ti e rca;on that his per-oiia!
aste nient o.i stock in grocerx store
had li-cn rai;ed by the asse.';or to
the li:nount of jiKIHt), reiUestin that a
pait of sueh asses, nient be tal n oil',
wp.m due con-ideration it w as agreed
ami ordered by the board that said
assr.--mem be re biced to S' OiM.
S. 11. Wr'ght appeareil before the
boaro and complained tlmt the mvf,.
ment on lots it, J0, 11, 12, block 10,
onii'i d town of Alliance, as.-essed at
$4 Mil with improvements, was too
high ..ml asked that same be reduced
$,".iil. L'pon duo consideration the
bo:ini agieed that $aot) would be fair
and j.i t reduction and it was ordered
that -aid as. es.-ini nt Le reduced to
L r oln I.owry appeared before the
loam relative ) a carload of automo
biles which had been shipped to him
since the first of April and which the
asses -or had assessed at .'."iOOO.OO. Mr.
Low ry stated that these cars aie not
suh e.t to as.-essment and a.-ke.l that
such amount should be stricken from
the b"us. upon consideration where
of, Jl board decided to take the mat
ter lap with the t.. commissioner and
svtUe it at a later date,
1'. Con ire y appeared befoie the
t i uhitive to a caiload of auto-
v.heh had been .-hineed to
.-i."ce the iii.-t of April and which
a- e mo- assessed at $.('()(). 'lhis
' vas cai r ed over also to be de
I in the same maimer as the above
Jl A. Keegan appealed for the
Farjicr-' Lnion Co-operative as.ocia
tionl a king that the schudule filed
DV tilli" Llilon showiIlL"- vn I n:it nn (ir
assi. nient $2040 be accepted by
the loaid as the assessment lor such
association instead of the $4000 value
whitsli was placed by the asses.-or on
their stock. Upon due consideration of
snme, it was agreed that the Farmers'
Union Co-operittive association should
take an inventory of their stock and
lile same with the board so that a
definite valuation could be estimated.
The matter was rarried over until such
inventory i.s filed with the boanl.
James L. Williams appeared before
the board protesting the assessment
of $25, which the precinct assessor had
laced on his schedule for clothes and
lso unon the schedule of Jennie Wil-
'ams for the same amount, and e.sk-
Nr that said amount of 25 be de-
duted from each of the above sche
duley it is the order of the board that
bucn cu-rection be made on the books.
June lfi-.Xhe board of equalization
met pursuau. to adjournment. Mem
bers present, v,, i Hashman, chair
man; ueorge . Lian. George Car
rell, commissionirs; JcMn pilkington,
assessor and Avis M. Joder, ctrk.-
lhe following proceedings were hail
and done, to-w.t:
Euirene Burton and E. C. Barker
uppeared before the board in the in
terest of Becher, Hockeiberger &
Chambers comiwnv. asking that an
assessment for cattle which had been
made against said company, for cattle
owned by Leslie L. Ilolcomb. The cat
tle had been replevined by the above
company for chattel mortgage uhich
they hold against the said stock, and
for this reason an assessment had been
made against the company for the
payment of the taxes. 1 he matter was
set aside and will be taken up at a
V? Tonight Tomorrow Feel Right
Vfhen your liver roes on strike anj
you fet-1 a elck lifailarlio ami lilliuuit
I .ell oomiriK- on, iiiHtt n.l of prodding
your liver with liaiiKiroua calomel and
Inching your IkiwuId with utronff, lr
rltatlnir purnativ', Kft out your box
of mild, g-enilu-artlng li Table ts and
take one ilKlit off.
Kellt-f will coma Jut ca quickly and
-nun ji Kenuine, laaiing Deneub
'lhere will lia no KTlplntf, rnaw-
in paina or anuiiiiiiK atuinar-n
ache. Nature's Femedy (Nil
Tablet) work promptly and
thoroughly, hut the action la
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Relief comes through the ac
tion of Nature's Remedy on not
only the liver, but on the whole diges
tive ana eliminative system, tne atom
sch. the bowels and even on ths kid
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waste and body poisons that hsve
been cloggins; the eyatem are complete
ly cleared out. ths over-worked stom
ach Is strengt hened and the Interrupted
work of digestion and aaalmllatloa Is
resumed. The Inactive liver goes to
work with new vigor, ths bowels
sre unburdened, the headache leavea,
that dull, "dopey," want-to-crawl-down-a-bols
feeling dt'sppesrs, euergy,
n i m
THIELE, PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST
W. S. Acheson appealed before ,ho
board nskinii that the a essim nt in
his piano, w hich was $200 be reduce I
for t!io reason that the piano is i.n
i Id instrument nnd v alued at very lit
tle moc 'i an S200 when pur. haMMl
by him. It wa - ordeied that said ;rs
sessment be reduced to $100.
Mary D. Carrell compbiined in to
the valuation of bit fi, b'ock 2, original
'own of Alliance, which was plai'ed
at $1120.00. I. pon due consideration
of some, it was the order of the board
that said assessment be reduced to
Alex Muirhead entered complaint as
to the valuation of .W.CO.hO placed ii-
on lots .'I and I, block 20, Heining .'ord
L'pon duo consideration of same it is
(Political Advertise mi nt.)
Rc-bart G. Simmons
Congress SUih District
Torn on a l.nin .l.-ml In N.'irn.L.
drailimti! I'niv. rity of N. tiranka, Nj,.Ke f
EnlKlnl In d. iirmy in 11117 ami rrvril the
ri iil uf tli war.
Pr.-Kiil-nl ' 'iv.-i8.iy of Niliranka Alumni
A ..rwctiriiiii lavi-y-T.
"A. alile n. any ; liis brat years fur at'rvici'.
A muarw iI.-hI fur thti fnrnirr an.l flnvrrn
nivnt li-nn at livinir mo.a ini..r.
R. .liumm ol fr. iidit r Kair l.lnv f..r
thun who wnrk.
l hi cl"vi-li..m -lit nf th rvaoui cca of Crntrn!
nnil W.'Kt. rn Nihrniika.
Pr-i:r ! in all thinita.
Vounsr ' Enercct'o Canahla
Sclt-Madc Man !
4 ALBERT W.
RtpubJcan Candidate tor
Mr. Jfferles Is a prodiet of his own
labors, rrom a farmer boy ht row to
H is a self mad man.
" ONE OF US."
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mony and rtlief is imme
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liillouKneaa and coiitiiitlon than th
fact that more than io million Nit
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n you ve noi sirenny aone so.
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and you'll And yourstlf In better,
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After that yon need not take medicine
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to get well. Just try It.
Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets) Is
sold, guaranteed audi recommended by
. ...i i f&s -
the order of the board that same bo
reduced to .2 00.
June !7--The hoard of einnliznf mn
met pin mint to adjoin nme:it. Vn
same mi mln-r wrre pre; e it n-- o ter
day and the fo'hnvin prort. .linir
were had and done, to-wit:
li'ias li..ay uppivued he'ote tlirj
hoard i.n. I rompl.iined to the n-sr.;-mmt
of ..'!;o, which appenied on I U
sthedide for 1 D 1 f. model ni'tomoli V,
and nski d that the same he reduce I.
The Im.ird finds that the aesnmcnt-.
appeals to !. eoneet and to redu'
tinn i-i or Icred.
A. A. Iliitley entered complaint n
to Ids as.-essment nn ninth f.ll f. . ..r
llot 1, b'oek II, Nebraska addition,
asKinir tiial same he redueed to n val
uation whieh scorns fair and ju-it nnd
ciual to siirnuindinji properties. Upon
due consideration of the hoard, it i.-t
ordered that said assessment of ?l()l)l
bo reduced to .7r0.
The mutter of the a.-"se.-f ment of
the Famous Clothing House wan
lurain referred to by the fo-ird. It
upHars to the iioard that the Famous
and Harper's Popart ment More should
he eiiia!ly assessed and it is Jhereforo
ordered that each of paid stores br
assessed for the year 1!22 nt $1S,()(().
There h. injr no .further I'll ineis nt
this time it is moved and seeonde I
that adjournment he taken until the
!th day of June, at which time all
complaint'! will he disposed of for the
year of 1!C2.
C. I.. II ASHMAN. Chairman.
AVIS JODEK, Clerk.
why nn: mod? -
Two oysters met.
"Where ore we?" inieiie 1 one.
"Why, we're in the .-oup," said the
"i know that, hut what I mean i.-
where at 7"
"Well, the old outfit is jrivinir a
banquet and we came with what they
pot with company funds."
"Company funds? We'I, what the
Mazes are we both doing here?''
Majbo the -hops that Mr. I'owlby,
of the Lord's Pay Alliance, is ettaek
inj' won'd promi-e to .-hut un Sundays
if he would follow s-uit week days
New York Tribune.
Also, folf is a very p od game for
those who are willing to save their
health and lose their tenij cr. Pulla.-t
Office Hours 8:30 a. ni. to 12 Neon
C. IIUI?I), M.'D.
( IIKOMC PISKASTiS
K FATAL 1)ISKASi:S
Office Over Harper's Store.
Office: Firnt National Rnnk Uuildlnf
A. CLARENCE SCHOCH, M. D.
Surgery and Consultation
Rumer Building AKiance
Pkoiie 684 AlIiaM
Harry P. Coursey d
AUCTIONEER ' i
Ll Stock and General Farm Salssj
GEO. n. b.
210 . 3rd
MOVING. PACKLv, OTm,1J1
AND FIREPROOF STORAGE
"When lfn Your Mote,
Let Us Know"
Office Phone, 15 ; Res. 884 and Oik. 7SI
F. A. BALD
Office in Reddish P.lock
L. A. RERUY
ROOM 1, RUMKi: BLOCK
Drake & Drake
Doctors of Optometry
Glasses Accurately Fitted
Not Medicine, Surgery, Osteopathy
DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH
Chiropractors Palmer School
Phone 865 Over llarper'l
PHONE NO. 1
PIANO MOVING BY
PACKING AND CRATING
& STORAGE CO,
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