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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1903,
RANCH Tl EN
H A Y E R ' S
at the lowest price.
See us before you buy.
Water Melons on Tap.
3D H INT ST X S 1? 2
In Alliance 16-30 of every month. J
Office over The Famous . . .
The public Is iieHuy Warned that all
persons are forbidden to go near the hos
pital of detention without first obtaining
permission of the authorities. Anyone
violating the quarantine regulations will
be prosecuted to the full extent of the law
Louts Buechsenstein, Mayor.
Saturday (tomorrow) night Rev. Dr. E.
C. Horn will give an illustrated lecture on
"China and Her People," at the M. E.
church. All invited. Admission free. This
entire set of pictures is owned by an east
ern friend and is loaned to Dr. Horn for
this week only. Better not miss this op
portunity to visit this strange land which
has one-fourth of the world's millions. A
collection is asked.
A Bargain in rurniturc.
. Anyone desiring to purchase the con;
plete furnishing for a 'five room b&a&'e,
consisting of new range, brussel carpsts,
writing desk, book case and library and all
furniture of the best and everything in its
place. Ccottage is close in and immediate
possession can be given. Tills", would be
particularly desirable for a couple com
mencing housekeeping. Inquire at The
Dr. Reynolds, the dentist, is now per
manently located in the Sears building,
first door west of Blackburn's store.
Commencing Saturday, July 25, I will
buy hand separated cream on Wednesday
and Saturday of each week at the west
room of Wilson's second hand store. The
Empire, Easy-Running cream separator
for .sale, W, E. Spencer, agent for the
Hygeia Creamery Co. of Omaha.
Try Rowan's fresh graham flour.
A. C. Bingham is spending the week in
the Platte Valley.
C. A. Newberry returned Monday from
a business trip to Omaha.
Mrs. II. C. Armstrong and children are
visiting her parents at Hastings.
Mr. Marks, father of our Ed," is here
from Omaha for a couple days visit with
Mrs. W. C. Irvine who was taken to a
hospital at Lincoln is reported much im
proved. Mrs. R. C. Knox left Monday for Crow
Agency, Mont., where she will visit a
couple of weeks.
Rev. C. E. Connell came down from
Hemingford yesterday to hear Governor
Miss Ina Bellwood and friend Miss Mc
Donald are expected home from Hot
The young son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Pullman fell from a. tree in their yard
Monday, breaking his arm.
Mrs. Rhodes and daughter, Miss Edith,
and Mrs. Stella Upton go to Denver in the
morning for a two days' pleasure trip.
Business in police court during July was
flourishing, the sum of $266.95 being the
amount turned into the city treasury,
Misses Susie and Sadie Hopkins visited
Saturday and Sunday with the Misses
Berry at their ranch home near Reno.
Dr. Cook, the optician of Lincoln, will
make his next monthly visit to Alliance,
Tuesday, August 18, and will be at the
office of Dr. Bellwood,
Mrs. G. B. Fryer and two children were
the guests of Mrs. Pardey on their return
from a western pleasure trip. Theirhome
is in council uiuns,
POPE PIUS X
Cardinal Joseph Sarto, Patri
arch of Venice, Elected Pope '
on Seventh Ballot.
NEW POPE PLEASES ALL
Is Cxpcctcd to Reconcile Church Fac
tions and Allay Friction With
On Tuesday morning last the 264th suc
cessor of Peter, the Fisherman of Galilee,
was elected, in the person of Joseph Sarto,
cardinal archbishop of Venice. He will
be known in history as Pius X. His elec
tion is regarded as a judicious compromise
between the various proposed candidates.
His election' will certainly lead to an em
of better felling between the Papacy and
the Italian govcrment, a thing very much
to be desired. From the capitals of
Europe comes the information that Pius X
is very acceptable to all the govcrments.
The French government in particular is
pleased for it fearedthe election of a Pope
who would actively resent its Into high
handed policy in regard to the expulsion o(
the French religious orders.
A Midnight Fire Alarm.
This mornfug at about one o'clock an
alarm of fire was sent in from Corneal's
saloon. The new fire bell sounded forth
its first.alarm and did it 60 well that the
fire boys gathered, hauled the hose wagon
from the fire house, extinguished the fire
and had the hose drained and reeled ready,
, The ladim aid of the M. E. church will
meet next Wednesday with Mrs. C. C.
Mr. and Mrs. C C. Hueke and sister
Wmalln of Ilumlngford were Alliance visit
ors yesteVdiiy . ' 3
Mlwlnio McCorkle returned Sunday
from Denver where she viiited tt e family
of Conductor Ryan.
Miss M.iry Mmcek returned yesterday
from Perry, Okla., where she has spent
the past year with a sister,
' Miss Nellie Hint; returned to tho ranch
Monday after a pleasant vHt with rela
tives and friends in this city,
Fred Mollring came up from the ranch
this week but will return again. He ap
parently enjoys life down there.
John Pilkingtou's genial presence is
ngain observed in Alliance, having re
turned from his trip to Colorado.
Colonel Hayward of Mullen stopped in
Alliance between trains Tuesday on his
return from a trip to Chadron.
Mrs. F. M. Baker and two children ar
rived Friday from Fairbury, III. Mr.
Baker is superintending the construction
of tho Zbindon block and it is probable
that he will become a permanent resident
Lost A poclfetbook with my name on
inside containing some papers of no value
to anyone else. Will pay liberal reward
for return of same to The Herald office
or to me. W, E. Spencer
Miss Mangan went to Lincoln Saturday
whore she will visit a couple of weeks and
meet a nephew from Dallas, Texas. Be
fore returning she will visit tho wholesale
to get back to the house again in thirty"! houses further east and select a fall line of
Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt of West Union,
Iowa, arrived in the city the latter part of
the week for a month's visit with their
daughter, Mrs. J. N. Andrews.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith left Sunday
morning for the east. Mr. Smith had
business in Chicago and Mrs. Smith will
visit relatives at Berlin. Wis.
Mrs. J. F. Fleming and children went to
Salida, Colorado Sunday for a few week.s
visit with relatives. Mr. Fleming accom
panied them to Denver seivalog Mon
day. Miss Elsie Clough returned from Mina
tare to Alliance Monday where she had
been visiting for the past month. She will
resume her studies in Omaha September
Victor Johnson writes us that he is now
located at Livington, Mont., and that he
likes the country. He made a trip through
the Yellowstone park which he enjoyed
very much. .
H. A. Allison came in from Omaha Sat
urday where he marketed cattle, His wife
drove here to meet him. The baby was
taken ill which required them to remain in
town till Thursday.
five minutes. This prompt and efficient
response by the fire boys deserves the high
est commendations from the business men
and citizeus of Alliance. Promptitude is,
more than half the battle in fighting a fire,
TJhis morning's fire started in the cellar of
the saloon and from many suspicious cir
cumstances would seem to be of incendia
ry origin. However that may be, the
promptness with which it was extinguished
undoubtedly saved several business houses'
Dr, H. E. Barr was up from Whitman
Monday. The doctor contemplates locat
ing in Alliance before tho first of the year.
He practiced his profession hero several
years ago and is well known to many of
the older citizens.
Run in Deserter and Morse Thief.
Fred Morris, a deserter (from the army,
who Is also charged with horse stealing
was arrested in this city by Sheriff Rood
Tuesday. Waters Moore, n deserter from
Fort Logau was also taken in charge by
tho shorill yesterday. Sheritf Konnedy of
Buffalo, Wyo,, arrived Inst night taking
Morris baok with him today and Sheriff
Reed took Moor to Fort Robinson.
Monday afternoon at the M, E. parson
age, Dr. Horn officiated at the nuptials of
Harry 1. Ely and Miss J. Emma Zook
The contracting parties are from Lakeside,
The young couple have the congratula
tlons of The Herald, and best wishes for
happiness and prosperity.
New Switch Boards. ,
The Auburn Telephone Company is
about to install four new switch .boards
for service in Alliance. They arc of the
latest pattern with automatic ringing de
vice, and have a capacity of 600 'phones'.
The Alliance telephone system is a thing
to be appreciated both for its utility and
moderation in charges.
Half a Coin Crop.
The Chicago Live Stock World of Mon
day says: ,
"Bull tips on corn were numerous
among live stock shippers at the yards to
day. They declared with surprising unan
imity that tho present prospect for more
than half a crop is slim. A Mi-iouri man
asserted that milch of the crrn in the
northern half of that state is Uncling out
low and looks bad. All sgro; that the
crop is very patchy."
Normal School Notes.
So are We
With Special Prices
on provisions of all
kinds. Call in and
see us before buying.
'Phone No. 4.
Dr. J. R. Taggart, D.V.S.
Is prepared to treatnnynnd all
diseases known to the horse
and cow. Special attention to
dentistry. All work guaranteed
ltnrn North of Palace Livery. Tho 101
Now on at
A Ellsworth, a florist of Grand Island,
has a nice line of house plants on exhibi
tion and for sale in front of Standen's
market, first door north of postoffice. His
prices are reasonable.
Jas. Heeler and wife drove down to the
Eldridge ranch Monday for a few days so
journ. Their daughter, who has been
visiting there for a couple of weeks,, will
accompany them home.
Mesdames Carroll and Hosman who
have been the guests of Mrs. J. R. John
son for a week left this morniug for Hot
Springs to spend a month before return
ing to their homes at Hyannis.
Brick is being hauled for the foundation
of the First Presbyterian church and work
on the structure will begin soon. The
building will be located on the corner lot
just south of the school house
Mrs. Harriet Garfield, accompanied by
her son Wade, arrived Tuesday from
Chicago To pay her brother J. KVSnow and
family a visit. They will also visit the
Black Hills and other points of interest
Mrs. John Kehl and daughter who have
been visiting Mayor Buechsenstein and
family returned to their home at Sand
wich, 111.. Tuesday. Mrs. Kehl. who is a
sister of the Mayor, was accompanied by
him to Omaha.
Messrs. Jules Zbindenand A. Blackburn
have decided to open a skating rink in the
second floor of the new Zbinden block this
winter. The latest improved ball bearing
skates will be used and the management
proposes to have everything first-class.
No doubt it will be a success,
A party was given by Mrs. J. R. Phelan
Monday complimentary to Miss Gavin of
Des Moines who is visiting Mrs. Broome.
A big wagon was provided and about a
dozen people drove out to the Phelau
ranch in the afternoon and remained till
evening. An excellent supper was pre
pared by Mrs. McCorkle.
A. J. En g strom Killed.
' While riding his velocipede near Crow
Agency on the Sheridan division, Andrew
J. Engstrom, bridge foreman of the B. &
M. was run down and fatally injured by a
light engine. He lived for twenty min
utes after the accident. It is said he mis
took the headlight of the engine for one of
the switcli lights. Engstrom was welland
favorably known in Alliance. He was an
old employee of the B. & M. He leaves a
widow who at present resides at Edge
mont. His remains will probably be
brought to Wilbur, Neb., for burial.
Gown versus Town.
But there was no gown. They were all
in bloomers and they played like Trojans.
The ladies certainly deserve undying fame
"for they gave the lie to the witticism that a
woman cannot shy a ball straight. It was
an exciting game and though the girls were
beaten by the Alliance aggregation still
they carried off the honors of the occasion.
To describe the intricacies of the game is
beyond the power of the writer. It was
an enjoyable game even for the players. It
would have been more enjoyable if the
Alliance boys wore Mother Hubbards.
.Gene Parks would look stunning in a
low-cut empire" Mother Hubbard. As it
was he entered so into the spirit of the
occasion that we would not be surprised if
the B. & M. in the near future lost the
services of one of its most promising engin
eers. The score was five to two, favor of
Special subjects for next Sunday at the
Methodist Episcopal church: "The Chap
el of the Ascension" and "The Church of
the Lord's Prayer on the Mount of Olives."
Morning sermon subject, "The Angels of
God." Evening at 8 o'clock. "Life's Race
"James Osborn, a Boer from Pretoria,
South Africa, was before Police Judge
Berry Monday on the charge of using a
house of worship for lodging accommoda
tions and other misconduct. He was giv
en $10 and costs which he is working out
on the streets.
Sunday at the Baptist church, G. C.
Jelfers pastor. Subject of morning dis
course, "Jesus Knows What He Will Do."
Evening sermon, "Early Burdens." Sun
day school at 10 o clock. C. E meeting
at 4. MidweeTf prayer service Thursday
evening. 1 ho praying band meets every
Saturday night. A welcome toall services.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gilmore and Mrs.
W. R. Bowman and daughter Gladys came
down from Hay Springs Sunday and were
the guests of Dr. Bowman and family for
a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore re
turned Wednesday and Mrs. Bowman
went to Hemingford Thursday to visit rel
atives and friends.
Pease returned Tuesday
Rev. Juffcrs was ngain prosent ill de
voliunal exercises Wednesday address
the students in his tisuul interesting
Rev. Horn was present Tuesdu
morning and read an interesting paper
taken from the account of his "Around
tho World" trip.
The new pupils registered this week
arc Hazel Furmnn, Mnrsland; Lloyd
Wilson and Alex Johnson, Crawford;
Myrtle Broshar and Orah Clayton,
Canton; Mrs. Cora Ashford, Hams
burg; Margaret Fish, Scotts Bluff, -
Ex-Supt. Burke of Sioux county was
a visitor at the school Thursday. Mr.
Burke lias been in the missionary work
in that part of the state and also filling
the othce ot county superintendent.
This office he has now resigned and
will devote his entire time to the mis
Next Tuesday night the Wesleyn
male quartette will sing m the opera
house. Everyone should advertise
this that we may have a packed house.
This quartette is one of the best ever
heard in the west and belongs to Ne
braska. Show your appreciation of
this fact by bringing out all your
Rev. Clark, who for the first time
was with the students at chapel last
Monday, gave a splendid talk, subject,
"Habits." Some good points made
Wire the foundation of all true friend
ship being love and fidelity. To avoid
love of praise as it would make one the
slave of men's opinions, and also to
cultivate a love of human nature.
Business Local Column.
Advertisements in this column will be
charged nt the rato of io cents per lino
first insertion and 5 cents por line each
Advertisers should remember that Thk
Herald's circulation is much larger than
any other Alliance paper and has the lar
gest circulation in the city and county.
Have you tried Rowan's flour? j
Dr Allen, dentist, opera house.
Go to Dr. Reynolds for dental work.
Sears building. 'Phono 213.
Thornton pays six cents for hides.
See F. E. Reddish for loans on real es
For storm windows nnd doors see Forest
Take hides where you will get the most
for them at Thornton's.
Wanted A good girl to work at laun
dry. Call at laundry. 6-a6-tf
Forest Lumber Co. make a specialty of
manufacturing dipping vats,
All kinds of screen doors and windows
made to order by Geo. G. Gadsby,
HJUJjjgl Alliance, Neb.
KA 'AS CITY,
ST. .. 'S,
Imd nil i
SALT LAKE CITY
east mid Dolntrt vet ami
Our Ball Game.
A very interesting game of ball was
played Sunday afternoon between the K.
of P's and M. W. of A's. Each team tried
to scare the other before the game began
but they lined up with great courage.
Mayor Buechsenstein exercised all his ex
ecutive and judicial authority as umpire.
He needed it all, too. It was intended
that only five innings should be played and
from the standpoint of errors it was a de
cided success. It afforded more amuse
ment to the spectators than the players.
Score, 13 to 14, favor K. P's. ,
Little Francis Lockwood met with what
might have easily proved a fatal accident on
Saturday evening last. She was riding the
horse hitched to her father's delivery wag
on and in some manner tumbled off. Both
wheels of the wagon passed over her body
and her scalp was badly cut by one of the
horse's shoes. Though badly bruised and
weakened from loss of blood she will re
cover without any serious results we hope.
Hanford Green and wife were douJa
frpm their ranch in Sheridan county this
week making purchases of haying'supplies.
Mrs. Green bought a fine new buggy of
Newberry to ride to the ladies aid on
The Norris & Rowe circus train of eight
cars moved from N.ewcastle to Crawford
L. H. Curstensen, agent at Lakeside,
made a trip to alliance this week for den
B. W. Landfcar left Tuesday morning
for Oskaloosa, Iowa, where he has accept
ed a position as dispatcher.
Special car 34, occupied by General
Manderson and party passed through on
41 Wednesday for Hot Springs.
G. W. Brown, manager of the Western
Union in Alliance office, who is away on a
vacation is weeded home August 13.
Stock shipments from the west have be
gun to move. Five trains were loaded
Thursday, three today and three for to
morrow. C. W. Strait, night operator at Hyannis
was called to Chicago on account of his
wife's illness. He was relieved by Victor
Engineer James Devlin left this morn
ing for Chicago to receive medical atten
tion. He sustained serious injury to his
head and eyes in the accident at Whit
man a few weeks ago.
No. 41 arrived in Alliance Wednesday
id two sections having five extra coaches
on account of the heavy travel to the
northwest. Conductor Hamilton and
crew of the east ond brought in the first
Preaching at Canton August y, at 11 a.
m. and 8 p. m. by A. H. Post of Lincoln.
See Humphrey for picture framing,
holstering and furniture repairing.
The "Gregg and Bixby" debate drew
a large audience Monday night and
was one of the est things of the sum
mer. There is only one Col. Bixby
and Ills side of the debate was typical
of Bixby, being handled in his usual
witty, whimsical manner while Miss
Gregg took the side of the woman in
splendid arguments. As the teachers
are nearly all of the gentler sex, the
general opinion was in favor of the
lady, -but both sides were voted good.
Gov. Mickey gave his lecture Tues
day evening nt the opera house to an
audience composed of not onlv the
toachors of the normal school but by a
good representation of citizens. The
subject was "Character Building" and
was treated in a clear, logical and in
teresting manner. T he people m the
city have certainly been well favored
this year in having the opportunity of
listening to these men of education and
business experience, ana can well say
that this lecture ranks with the very
best to which they have been treated
and may well be proud of the state's
That the people of Alliance are in
terested in the normal work and ap
preciate what is being done is shown
by the number of visitors present each
week- Many after coming once have
repeated their visits remaining during
the whole session- 1 hose present this
week were Mrs- Scharvcr, Alma Ham
ilton, Mabel Duncan, Mrs- Yanders,
Mrs- Harris, Mrs. Frankleand daugh
ters lulia and Tillie, Mrs- Baldridge
and son, Mrs. Moffatt, Mrs. Harney,
Mrs. Stoner, Mrs. Wilson, Mr. Fisher,
Miss Fannie Wilson, Miss Green and
Miss Young. Mrs. Gilbert, primary
teacher at Spearfish, S. D., accompa
nied her friends, Mrs. Bettleheiin, Mrs.
Harris and Mrs. Raymond to the nor
Tkai.nr Leave .. ,. L : .-
No. 41 PiissenKur dally. Dumlwod.
HIllliiKS nil itolntN north and
No. 42 I'tissitiiKur ilully. Lincoln,
Omiilm, Chk-iiKu and nil
points cast 1:10a.m.
NO. 301 Pusseiiuur dully, for Denver
OKIen,Siilt jjiiKo, ian Knui
clsoo and nil Intermediate
polliH, departs nt 1:10a.m.
No. Wi l'fisieiiKcr dully from Denver
and all lniirinedlutu points,
arrives ut KhlOu.tn.
No. 43 !.ociil passenger dally from
milium, l.iii'-om ami inier
nirdiuti' points urrlvt's at.... 5:5' u. m.
No. II 1hniI p.i-.M-iiicur daily, fur
Uiiiuliu, Lincoln and tttTriit
tlliitu nolnta, (loiuius ut .. . 1.00a in
aii. .WsDallj. oxetfu Mitiduy. fur
points south and west, depart-
Nil sins iially, except fMiiiuuy. from
mjuiIi nnd west, urriuw l:i5p. in.
X) u. (11
Slcunliig, dlnlnu nnd ruciliiini; elmlr curs
Iseiits freo)on llirouuh tr.ilus. Tickets sold
and Iuisk'iku checked to uuy ikjIM In the
United Stutvsor Cuimdu. For Information,
time tables unil tickets cull 011 or write to .1.
IClli'.lliKl.HAUdll, AKcnt, or .1. I"IIANCIH. Gen
01 nl I'ussutiBor AKent, Omaha. Nohmsku.
Commencing July 6
My entire stock of groceries
and queenswrea will be offered
for sale at actual cost for
Having decided to quit the business
and to close out the entire stock within
60 days, I will make prices of special
inducements to cash purchasers. The
stock will all be closed out in the next