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title: 'The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, February 21, 1902, Image 8',
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. KCITH L.
Keith I ricror In fully authorial to o
licit subscriptions nnd Job work mid collect
and receipt for same, nnd transact till other
buttlncs In connection with his position n nn
Hccrcdlted repreticittalire of tliU impcr.)
B. A M. TIME TABLE.
Passenger tnilns lento IlemltiRford, dally,
iui follow)) I
No.4l, west,.. 1M0 a.m. 1 No. 42, onit...3:44 p.m.
All reRulnr trains carry pfiSMjiiffer.
Mrs. Harold Olds was ill a dny or
two Inst week.
Frank Bernu wns up from his much
hi Liberty precinct Friday.
O. S. Tnylor was a business visitor
to Ucniiugford Wednesday.
A. S. Enyeurt nnd B. H. WUdy were
Alllnnco visitors this week.
Harney Fendrieh, of II. Fendrieh &
Co., of Buulnp, was in Hemlngford Inst
The family of Carl Roberts, some of
whom have been 111, are reported much
John Armstrong lost a vnlunblo
mnre this week. It breaks up his fine
team of draft horsed.
Mr. Kiclite, Murslaud's jolly inn
keeper nnd liveryman, was in town
Wednesday for n fow hours.
Henry Llchtu was awarded the con
tract to carry tho mall to Dunlup for
the next four ycars.ut an advance con
siderate. Luclen Tuttlo, ti brother of Mrs.
Bean, arrived Thursday from Iowa.
Mr. Tuttlo will remain here uutil
spring, making his home with Mrs.
One of tho things for which our citi
zens are to bo commended is the way
that they attend funerals of their
friends and neighbors. There is al
ways a very largo attendance at such
Tho M. W. A. ball which was indcfl
nitely postponed has been arranged for
Friday, April 1. The old invitations
will hold good and supplementary muy
bo mailed to those who were invited
Any who delight In tho stories of
Sir Walter Scott or tho poetry of Itob
crt Hums will find tho Highlander
castle soon to be organized here a con
genial atmosphere. Join bofore the
cost is high.
Thc'Mcthodist church has been pap
ered, scrubbed and fixed up generally,
this week. Tho members havo work
ed hard and tho appearance of their
placo of worship fully justifies tho
time they havo spent.
Hewitt Eager has purchased a mer
cantile business at Pierce, and is con
ducting a strictly cash storo at that
place. Mr. Eager formerly made a
great deal of money nt this business
and thinks that the prospects nre very
bright for business, bucccss in I'lerco.
J. S. Harris, a brother of Mrs. James
A. Hunter, was in Hemlngford, Tues
day, enrouto to Chodron, Mr. Harris
left Children u couple of weeks ago and
has been engaged in buying cattle in
the Mind hills east of here during that
time. Ho 1ms purchased several hun
dred head for May delivery.
Thrgo times within too days the
grim reaper has stretched forth his
hand and gathered from tho ranks of
tho living three who were fathers and
husbands. Let us not in our busy vo
cations forget our duty to those who
are left to mourn for thorn, And es
pecially, Mrs. M. J. Ileau the mother
in far oil Virginia should lie remem
bered by her Nebraska friends.
The new Castle (proposed) of the.
Highlanders is growing rapidly.
Twenty-one have now signified their
intentiou of becoming charter members
and more have said they would join.
The speciul rate will be open to all
uutil February 22, on which date Dr.
llowman will conduct thooxainlnntion.
Ladies and gentlemen may join on an
ecmnl footing. At this writing six la
dies havo decided to join.
F. 13. Olds departed for Chndron Sat
urday morning. Frank has been em
ployed by W. J. llean for over a year
and during that time lias studied phar
macy under the direction of a corres
pondence school. Having been offered
a place at Chndron where more pre
scription work is done than here he
accepted the position. A good phar
macist commauds top wages and Frank
Is on the right track in learning the
Oeo. C. Humphrey, of Chndron, who
succeeds Deputy Jenkins as revenuo
collector for tho seventh division of
Nebraska, was iu Hemlngford Thurs
day seeing that those whoso duty it is
to pay U. S. internal revenue had prop
er receipts from the department. He
found everything o,' k. here and left
- for Crawford the same afternoon. He
says that the bill to repeal tho Spanish
war taxes, or that portion, at least,
raised by internal revenue would, iu
nil probability, pass this congress, as
It had been unnnimously reported for
passage from the committee.
Dcathtof n Pioneer.
Volnoy Curtis, ono of Box ltutto
county's pioneers, passed away nt his
homo five miles south of town nt 0:40
p. m. on Wednesday of last week.
Tho funeral services were hold in
tho Cougrcgntlonnl church on Friday.
The number of vehicles which followed
tho depnrted to his last resting plnco
bore strong testimony to the respect
nnd lovo of his neighbors nnd friends.
Volncy Curtis wns born in Ohio
April lit, 1820. Ho received n common
school education nnd enrly developed
marked musical talent. Ho was one
of tho singers in Onmsvllle, Ohio, in
his younger days.
lie was married January 1, 1851, to
Emily Walter. Five children, Minnie,
Hyron, Wnlter, Clarence nnd Ilorthn
wero born to them. Tho first two died
during youth. The others survive him.
His first wifo was a helpless invalid
for eight years. During nil that time
ho cared for her faithfully, giving con
stant evidence of his kindliness of
heart nnd ablllty"to care for and com
fort tho nfilicted.
in 1877. nfter his first wlfo hnd been
dead for some years he wns united in
marriage to Mrs. Alice King of Haven
nu, Ohio. To tlfom wero born a son
nnd n daughter, llennett C. Curtis and
Mrs. Mabel Pierce, both of whom re
side in Box llutte county.
A member of tho Christian church in
Ohio ho united with tho Congregation
al church upon settling in, this county.
Ho was tho youngest of a family .of
eight children, two of which survive
Mr, Curtis was known of nil men to
be u true and consistent christian; n
man upright and honorable in his
dealings; a true friend in time of
iroublo, nnd nt tho Inst scenes for
others willing nnd competent help.
Given the gift by God to sing and to
sing sweetly he did not hide his talent
nwny but used it both for tho enter
tninment and edification of the living
and for tho last sad rites for tho dead.
Ho made the most of those gifts with
which he wus endowed nnd thus in
sight of men, nnd we trust in sight of
God, mnkes up the sum of a successful
Kev. Mr. Gardner spoke beautiful
and touching words in his sermon,
words that will be treasured by tho
mourning ones during the dark hours
of their bereavement nnd nlso when
tlmo has taken its poignancy away.
Mr. Curtis was gathered to his fath
er in fullness of years and he was by
record of a well filled past, ready to
go. At the ocension of tho death of Ms
eldest son Mr. Curtis composed n poem
which shows that he had ability to
speak in measured numbers. Lick of
spaco forbids its publication.
Let those who havo been thus bud-
;SrTELnoilAMS II AVE SPE
FURNITURE and UNDERTAKING.
B. F. Lockwood & Co., rIeIi
jrrsrsiMTSTTor warr rrs
Your Patronage .
Fire Insurance Agent
REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWING
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.
North American of Philadelphia.
Phoenix of Brooklyn, New York.
Continental of New York City,
Niagara Fire Insurance Co.
New York Underwriters, New York.
Commercial Union Assurance Co..
Liverpool, London nnd Globe In
dcnlybcrcavcd say to themselves these
lines of Ella Wheeler Wilcox nnd look
with Whlttler to see "the breaking day
across the mournful mnrblcs piny."
I tiOTer stand Mkjto n bier and seo
Tho scat of dentil not on fiorno well-loved
liut that I think, "Ono more to welcome me,"
When I shull crow tho Intervening spaco
llctwecn this land nnd that out) OTor there;
Ono' more to make the ntrango beyond
And so for mo there Is no sting to death,
And no tho grave bus lost Its victory.
It lnbutcroMliiK with abated breath,
And white set face a little atrip of sea,
To And tho laved one waiting on tho shore,
More beautiful, more precious than before.
In accepting tho position us editor
of tho Hemlngford dopnrtment of tho
Alliance Hkiiami, the writer hns done
so with the understanding that he
will not neglect other interests. It
will not ho ns good as In the past for
tho reason that the former editor de
voted nil his time hi that direction;
and then, again, ns my friend C. Olds
might suggest, the present editor mny
hick the saino quality of brains ns his
predecessor. However, the editor will
do ns well ns ho can without robbing
time from his other business. Ho will
endeavor to mention things deserving
mention without favor or prejudice.
The publisher hns given him consider
able lntltudo us to what shnll be con
tained in this department, so at times
the scissors may figure conspicuously
In its construction. If. you know au
item of news worthy of mention tell us
about it. If it doesn't interest the peo
ple here it may thoso who hnvo lived
hero formerly nnd there ure n great
number of them who receive the Hkii
AM). Ifntnny time you want spaco
for an article that is of interest and to
the point it will bo given glndly.
II. C. Atkins, one of onr most enter
prising citizens, has a scheme for the
destruction of the pest of prairie dogs,
which infest tho grazing land in this
section to a great extent. He has op
erated, he says, extensively through
out northwestern Nebraska and de
stroyed thousands of dogs. He devotes
his wholo time to the business, wo un
derstand. Somewhere in Kansas they
have offered a prize of $5, 000 to anyone
who will invent a successful contriv
ance for tho destruction of prairie
dogv. Mr. Atkins Intends to competo
for tho prize,
We hope that he may
The second annual convention of the
American Cattle Grower's association
will convene in Denver March 4, r, 0.
Tho land leasing question will be the
main topic of debate. All tho rail
roads running into Denver will give
Mrs. Orice, mother of Leslie Price,
died in Michigan one day last week.
Mr. Price went east immediately.
Deceased was in Box Butte for a time
several years ago.
Tho hearts of B. & M. boys wero
gladdened by tho appearance of the
pay car on the seventeenth with Pay
master Beans aboard.
Opera House Block.
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Gorman American Insurance Co.,
Farmers and Merchants Insurance
Co., of Lincoln.
Columbia Firo Insurance Co,
Phoeni:. Insurance Co., of Hart
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Our village was visited by a travel
ling freak or else a big humbug, Wed
nesday evening, of last week. Ho
gave nn c.s-riibitlon of his tnlents in the
evening nt Woodman hall. Those
who wero there say that he could imi
tate a whole brass band nnd play the
guitar at the same time; nlso, thnt he
could slug tenor, bass, alto, soprano,
mezzo and contralto all at the same
time, and for variety mix in a little
baritone. Such n man of genius is
certainly wasting his talents hand
billing small towns.
Bridges Bro's. concert troupe will
give a free concert Friday evening,
February 21, and remain a week giv
ing lessons in vocal music.
The undersigned will sell nt nuction
to the highest bidder, nt his place, two
miles south and ono mile east of Lleni
ingford, the following described per
sonal property, to-wlt:
Three quarter sections of land under
One good frame barn and hay shed.
One corn crib and one good granary.
Two pumps nnd one windmill and
Two buggy sheds.
One good cow shed.
One good frame house and one sod
Fifty" bushels good seed potatoes.
Three hundred bushels of corn.
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Newberry'" Ilnrdwnro Establishment.
EADQUARTERS for all kinds of Galvanized Steel,
Dip Supply and Water
Agent for-Chloro Naptholeum. If your cat- j
tie have the Itch or Lice, try this disinfectant, w
Garry a full line of Builders' and Shelf Hardware,
Stoves, Wagons, Buggies, Windmills, Pipe and Cylin
I Forest Lumber Co.
2 T2xUtv$ TNlaUYvaV:.
Estimates Cheerfully Given.-
WE MAKE ALL
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Dierks' Lumber! Coal Co.
. Lumber and Building
We Can Also Make You.
a Loan in the
Nebraska Central Building and Loan Association.
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Repairing in all its
lAo G. Barnes, I
Jeweler and Optician.
V. A. Hampton, Prosidont.
A. S. Keho, Vice Proeidant
First ' National " Bank.
Directors: W. A. Hampton. A. S.
Alliance City Hospital...
- CONSULTING STAFF:
Dk. W. K. Millur, Dr. J. E. Moork. Dr. L. W. Bowman, j
Dr. H. H. Bellwood, Dr. V. S. IJbllwood.
- A Graduated Nurse in Attendance. . 1
Jdauonsttto.c.on:wu Mrs. EMMA BAKER, flatron. f
SPECIAL. nippiV(J UiTO
Hail orders romptly
R. ,M. Hamiton, Cashier.
G. Hamptot, Ass't Caifiier.
Surplus and Profits, $20,000.
Reed. E. C. Hampton. R. M. Hampton.
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