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Tha follovifl "Want A" r
tlasaified undr apprpryt tffim
ar tht conww '"
CAH RATEt Ofm cr per
vo.fl Mch rnatrtltwv rft ad rtcirJ
far let then ten canta per Ineer
Hen. Hack Tact doubt rata.
CREDIT RATES Owe cent per
wotd each insertion, but no edvertla
tff account openad for 1eaa than
twenty-five rents end no ad charged
ter lata then fifteen cent per weefc.
lack faca double rate.
Ir answering Herald went ada
pleaa mention that yoa eew rt In
A claaalfied edvartlaement will In
troduce to each other the next buy
er nd tha Kt aetlar ef property
in tr's town.
FINE ALLIANCE GARA6E
HOKSK STA1tn Dark norrH ' W. w "rgaet ano
netting. eUtaU years old. thro white Axutomootie nouae in in.
foot aw, A utile !! frr .hcuH (IiuVmI ' rt Of th WeSt.
from mj place one mile w of A I
lien'-, Suaday night. May 26.
Mian Maud Martin, sister of
Omit Treasurer Kdgar M. Martin,
arrtved In AHIanre MotMlny on 41 to
intJte an extended vtelt. Her home
la an i.mhimi
r. E. REDDISH
I have the only aet of abstract
booka In Box Butte county. Office
ta McCorttle Bulldlnf. 10tf-570
SM 1J l
C F KROi.l.
MiST Pair gold rim eye glasse
Hwtrd for return tin Fred Camp
bell., phone 678. 2?ltf1277
K C. Whlsman, painting contractor
SPEEDWAY GARAGE ENLARGED
The Speedway -ii'1... whivh now
occupies the entire ground floor of
the MiCorkle block, is the largest
and flnowt garnge In this part of Ne
braska, if not In fact hi the state.
The McCorltle block Is fifty by
one hundred thirty feet. For some
. . . 1 1 i i . i t
.Mr. A. n .OTri j iv-. 1TVe pKt th, front part of
my employ a Funeral Director Bl.Kroun(1 nonr, 50 by SO ft. he b
r..m,..ui.vr. nor in iy ...ur. , by A MjM. ror KfcHtng
April 1. 1912.
OEO. II DARUNtJ
Three sets of modern rooms
itt honnekeeninK. close In.
first floor. Phone 529
F1VK ROOM BOOBS TO RENT,
or wHl rent three room. 317 West
Fourth 8t. Phone 674.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT -314
Sweetwater Ave., Phone 387.
rink. The rear room, M by 10 feet.
ha been occupied by the Speedway
garage. The skat in In th- rink
was done on .Monday night of this
week On Tuesday. Mr. McCorkle
A targe line of conveyancing and j had h passage-way cut thru the par
other legal blanks is carried in tit Ion In the wall otMHM ting the
stoc k at the office of The Alliance i wo rooms and will have toteent ranee
Herald. We can supply these In , In the front of Mie building on third
any quantity desired. Following Is , street enlarged so as to admM auto-
a list of some of the blanks carried , mobiles. At present automobiles
drrven Into the front room MOM in
through the rear ent ranee. The
Every Household in Alliance Should
Know How to Resist It.
Agreement for Building
Agreement for Warranty Deed
Assignment of Mortgage
Application for Uruggist's Permit
The back aches because the kid
neys are blockaded.
Help the kidneys with their v.ark.
The back will ache no more.
Ixts of proof that Doai's Ki:liryj
Pills do thia.
It's the best proof, for It BOOH !
from this vicinity.
John J. Ungle. Wayside. near
Chudroo, says: "I first usid EMtt'l
Kidney Pills while living In Iowa
several years ago. At that time I
was having a great deal of trouble
from backache and an almost con
stant sorciu NM a: ross my kidneys. If
I caught cold, Um ( nm pla i n t was ag
gravated and 1 was unable to work.
I took several remedies but was not
benefited until a friend advised me
to try Down's Kirlm'.v Pills and I did
so. They camd. me and I had no
trouble until I came here about a
year ago. Daan's Kidney Pills bene
filed me as before and it was not
front part, which te 50 by 80 feet, lon before I was well."
wHI have a capacity of about forty
curs. Tlie rear room hits a capacity
Administrator's or K.e. utor's IMmI , of twenty-two cars.
FOR RENT. Two light house
keeping rooms. Mrs. Pierce, over
Majestic Theatre. l2-tf-40
FOR KENT. Office or living
rooms. First Nat'l Bank Building.
Three rooms for rent. 317 W.
4th St. Phone 474.
WANTED By country people who
will be in town occasionally, a nmall
house or two unfurnished rooms, with
bam Must be close In and cheap.
Olve prtce. Enquire at Herald office.
Money to loan on real estate. F.
E. Reddish. 3tt
Rowan ft Wright, coal, wood and
Mti Phone 71. tf
RHODE ISLAND RED CHICKENS
Rose Comb Rhode Islund Reds
are good layers. 1 have some nice
hens for sale at $1.00 each, also
eggs for hatching at 75 cents for 15.
Call on or write Mrs E. J. Owen.
Hewett. Nebr. 14tfll45
E. L Gregg & Son have a large
amount of first-class alfalfa aud wild
bay at a reasonable price.
Buy your coal of Rowan & Wright.
Phoue 71. l'
Coal office at Rowan's feed store.
ROWAN ft WRIGHT, phone 71. tl
FOR 8ALE MISCELLANEOUS
ONE BRl'SH RUNABOUT FOR
SAUE Phone .'! on 24 for part leu
lara. 21 tf 1 234
FOR SALE or
20tf 1 220
PAINK FISHBURN GRANITE COM
PANY. GRAND ISLAND, NEBR.,
Make the best monuments and will
save you money. Call on AL. WIK
BR, loeal salesman of Alliance, or
send to Grand Island for Pffc list.
Bee E. C Whisman for lowest
prices on patntinu, paper hanging
ROOMS FOR JUNIOR NORMAL
Persons havliw! rooms to rein for
Junior Normal student this year und
those wishing girl to work for their
board are requested to n if nie im
IDiedlately Phone -K
DKIil.A M. UMBO
Old papers at The Herald offite at
cents per bunch.
Bond for Deed
Bill of Sale
Contract for Sale of Real Estate
Contract for Real Estate
Quit Claim Deed
Horse and Mule Sale
We are going to conduct a s.ile
of Horses and Mules at the sitock
yarde. Alliance, Nebr., on Saturday,
June 29t.h. We want, every ranch
man and dealer or anyone else hav
ing horses and mules to dispose of
to list, them for thia sale. There
will be plenty of buyers here from
eastern and southern stales who will
pay the best prlcee for all kinds.
Wo have the assistance of sever
al parties who will get all the good
buyers here possible. Don't be a
fraid to bring in your horsvs and
mules as we w4U protect you und
see that you get a good sqtuire deal.
Ll4 them as soon as possible so
we can geit a line on what to adver
tise. LKSTKK i SON.
This Is the best lighted garage we
have erev seen The large plate
jila-s windows furnins an abundance,
of ICght. The east side or th room
will Ik used as a salesroom ;i n I the
west side at a storage room. The
utaomobilc business of the Nebraska
Until and Auto Company has grown
to sueh an extent that they can
make good use of the entire space.
The KpeMlway garage now oKvuples
sixty-five hundred square feet.
Another car load of Fords arrived
ytwerlay to fill orders
The Herald is pleased to welcome
to Alliance. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Bow
en and family, formerly of Kearney.
Mr. Bowen Is auditor of the Fores
Lumber Company and has been mak
ing his headquarters in this city for
severs) weeks. Mrs. Bowen and
two children arrived on Monday of
last week to take up their residence
here. They will occupy the house
left vacant by the departure of IMek
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-.Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the Unit
Remember the name Doan's- -ami
take no other.
DR. F. W. BOLAND
Office Over First State
about the excellent quality
of our printing. We don't
care what the job tnay be,
we are equipped to turn it
oot to your satisfaction. If
we can't, we'll tell you ao
Let Us Convince You
v PERPETRATED BY WALT 7AcDOUGALL v
Bfuh's w -k train that h" ; b-:.n
Wert ng west cf A' ian.e is n jw 1 ty
ln'4 i r I on the eat en I.
Conductor Roily Wilson of the east
end has been transferred to Alliance.
H will move hn family here as soon
as hi can r?nt a suitable inni.ie
Mailiin'. .M.irlin, wifp and (laugh
ter lef, Tuesday noon for a thirty
day vacation in olorado. They will
visit Dencer. Pueblo and Cheyenne.
Kngineer Davnpoi-! has been ap
pointful road foiviuan Ot 'ngines le
tw.cn Alliance and Revenna Mr
KnuTson, the former foreman, has
been promoted to a fine position in
I. in oln.
l-'ormer round house foreman BtltlM
hM moved with his family to Denver
Mr. LMggfOM of Etgemont comes to
Alli ui. e as round house foreman.
Fireman Dick Dodd lias resigned.
Mr. Dodd will take a trip thru the
J'j' later, going to Colorado. to
try his fortunes on a new road.
Mm A. K. Nelson had a card frcm
' her sister Mrs. Ilernaid Massed say
ing that she and Mr. Bassrtl were
I having a fine tme visiting ii Wasli
hngton and other southern cities. Mr
Hastett Is the B. I.. K. Delegate to
the engineers' convention from the
j Livingston division of the tf. P. Mr.
I and Mrs. Bassett have visited In Al
liance several times.
Engineer Carter who has been
working out of Headword is coming
back to Alliance. Mrs. Oiirter ar
ved Tuesday. They will rent a
house and go to house keeping at
Tlie many friends of Norman? Kyan
will be pleased to hear of his secur
ing i fine position in the superin
tendent 's office of the Southnrn Pa
clflc in l.os Angeles. Mr. Hyan has
held several ri .-ponsible posit ion
both in Alliance a.nd Deadwood an I
there is no doubt but that he will
make good with the S. P. Mr. Rytin
came down from Deodwcod lust Frl
iiav and left for Denver Saturday
Bit glneer ftolbioi w ent to Reno on
(Saturday for a few days' visitf his
filks on the ranch.
Mrs. (iregg. wife of Kx-conduetor
jdregg went to lakeside Saturday to
make a short visl
Mr and Mr
C. S. Miller of Long
I 'Jot, N br. left for their home Sat
urday. They were accompanied as
far as Crawfor by Conductor and
Mrs II. N. Hoskins.
Mrs. Bnbcock, mother or Mrs. Ot
lie Hawkins of Crawford, is expect
ed in Alllnn e Saturday for a week's
visit with friends
Mrs M E. Hooch writes from
Ofimd Island that she is having a
tine visit. She will pass thru here
on her way to Crawford Friday.
Miss Ethel Miller went to Craw
ford Saturday to be present at the
reunion of her class of 1908. Mm
tfee Alumni baltltUel all of the mem
bers of this class were present. Miss
Miller and her mother expect to
start June 1 for a month's vacation
on the Pacific coast
Supt. Weidenhnmer has leen en
tertainlng a brother who is general
Vinci master in Denver.
Supt. .1. P. Daley of the Sterling
division was in Alliance last Satur
day on company business.
Train Master W. W. Johnson met
with a very painful accident last Fri
day morning that came near costing
him his life. He had just pulled in
to ill" yards rrom the west and start
fed to drop off at the shanty when
his foot caught and he was dragged
for some distance. He was unconr
eious when picked up He was taken
at on M to his home and the doctor
called. Fortunately no bones were
broken but Mr. Johnson has a bad
ly sprained ankle and a number of
very painful bruises. He is now
hobbling around on crutches but it
will be some time before he can re
port for duty.
Biakeinuni Shores, who has been
off with a sprained ankle has report
ed for work. He is on the Beach
Misses Cynthia Davenport and Ha-
1 Bennett Ml last Saturday noon
for Kdgemont for a v'dt. On Tues
day they returned to Crawford. Mrs
V A. Benin tt m-t litem in Craw
ford and will accompany the young
I ad lee home.
Charley Mathews and tieorge
Young, two ex-conductors of Mars
land, were in Alliance last week.
Conductor and Mrs. Kenner Came
on 44 from Ardmori! Saturday. Mr.
Kenner has put in a crop of pota
;oi s on li-' ran h.
Use Crescent Mapleine
USE M OTHER IRsNO
35c bottle makes two gallons ot
syrup better than Maple
Also flavors cake frosting, candies,
USE HO OTHER IKAMIS
For sale at all Grocers
SURE, THE VAUDEVILLE: ACTOR GETS A BIG SALARY BUT-
( I G4E.T TEN PER N JISbot" CtmiR,mMTl
I CENTOF YOUF? L V lTHkT-1 TEN PERCENT FOK 1 )
pTpENOFo 7 ASSC.NCVtUR fl (Mkk
Htf ni C THE. ORCHESTRA
SP J LEADER VStAW3 1
7 tVCRV SALARY. MY mifhO'J
S,KiO. J , 1 r
Hay Spiinga Knterprise, May 24:
Omar S ribner and an ele trician
f t m Alliance are putting up elec
tric light polea and stringing the
wire this week. . . . C. H. Tully
of Alliance was1 in town on Wednesday.
Thedford Herald, May 24: S. K.
Warrick, cashier of the First Nation
al liank at Alliance, waa in the : it
Marsland Tribune, .May 24: Om
! I'liillips made liis liami trip to Alli
ance Sunday. . Pat lUs hk
Is spending tlie week in Alliance. . .
Mr. Sweeney was an Alliance hu.-i-neK
viiitor Monday. . . . Dr. Wil
lis tran."a-ted business in A lliaii' e
the fore part of the week. . . . W.
S. Nicholson vv. an Alliance busi
ness v hi or Sunday. . . . Karl
(iariUiH f was an Alliance vi-j'.'or on
u Siaitajr. .. . Ora rial hps is
spending a few d:ys In Newcastle
Wyo. ... C. I. Koblu-'on was an
Al!' in e visiitor Sunday. ... Mr.
O. 1.1. Gardiner transacted busin
In AJHan.-e the latter MWl of Uil
vwek. . . . Mr. I.unn. ptam tuner,
Ml ::i oar ' y Tiiur.-d ay tuning pi
ai. s. ... Kngineer .lohnson and
Fireman Howard visited over Sunday
in Alliance. . . . Otto Haun anil
J. N. Hart rant t transacted business
in Alliance Monday. . . . W. S.
Nicholson transacted businees in Al
lian e Friday, returning Sunday. . .
Mr. Montgomery is herding the work
train engine during the absence of
I !.,, .-, I,L . Will W. t.l,..,..
.... 'V.U J . , ... I I 1 I 1 I 1
Wot to Alliance last Wednesday and
seMired employment in the round
house at that place . . . LiOU I..,
Rivcre went to Alliance Friday and
secured employment in one of hie
barber shops of that place. He has
many Mends here who regret to see
hhm leave, hut wisb him success in
liis new home.
The Herald's Hingham correspon
dent made a slight mi-:ake last week
'a reporting ;in Qttrrtasv &f two
Hingham young eople under tlie
heading, "A Coincidence". Neither
Of them is married v:
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Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by lurul -i i ii 1 1 i . n i - u lhr rauuot rati li the oi
taiJ iturliim u( t Im nr. Ibrrf In uul imr my ic
curr ii. .en. mid t iiii i i by i-iMiaiiluOuoiil remrdua.
KrjfurM In raunHj by uii Inrlumnl nuidlii.Hi or Um
w Ibuun ot I be i ...i Tube. W tuft ttu
lubr U Inflamed you huvt u riiuibllng Hound or lua.
prrlri't hntriun. and when it In witirely clux-d. 1. .,'
nrm U tbe n - 1:1 and On- innuimiutlon ,.e, b
taken out and Ibia tube n-nlored to III normal itiuUl
Oou, be.irui( aill he disiruM-d lorever. nine eaw-,
out M Iro are rauavd by Caurrb. win. b Is uoIIiIiiie
hut an liiflatnii uaidition of the mueuua siirfacra.
We Wu! give Oue Huiidretl Hollar for any ar ol
Dealnew uauaed by ralarrhi tliat cannot be cured
by Hall a Catarrfc Cure. Seud lor circular, tree.
F. J. CHKNEY CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold br UruMiat. 7ie.
Take Hall a Family Pills lor xHistlpatlon.
Office Phone, 5
Res. Phone. 48 I
Wallace Dray Line
All work looked after carefully f
Office at 213 Box Butte Ave.