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P. E. REDDISH
I have the only set of abstract
books in Box Butte county. Office
In McCorkle Building. 10 tf-670
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT -314
Sweetwater Ave., Phone 387.
FOR RENT. Office or living
rooms. First Nat'l Bank Building.
17f f 1 186
Lady cook wants position on ranch.
Experienced. Address Mrs. F. H.
Williams, co Herald. (4.1-21461 (ad.
Buy your coal of Rowan & Wright.
Pbone 71. tf
HIGHEST PRICE PAH) FOR
HIDES AND FURS. at Mills1 Har
ness Shop. .1. O. HERTERICH.
(4331490 advt the Gunsmith.
All kinds of feed, in any quantify
desired, at E. I. Gregg & Son's.
Money to loan on real estate. F.
K Reddish. 3tf
Rowan & Wright, coal, wood and
posts. Phone 71. tf
Coal office at Rowan's feed store.
ROWAN & WRIGHT, phone 71. tf
PAINEFISHBURN GRANITE CO.
Grand Island, Nebr.
Make the best monuments and will
save you money. Call on AL. WIK
ER. local salesman of Alliance, or
send to Grand Island for price list.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
SHERIFF'S FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HKKEBY GIVEN that
under and by virtue of a devree of
foreclosure and sale given in the
tricit court of Box Butte county, Ne
braska, in a cause tli Tehi dcpeiiilitm
:n willed tde Equitable I sand Com
pany was plaintiff, and Ora K Phil
lips, Frank A. IfMMjk, Annie E Mas
sle, Cordel Colvin, Emma Colvin. J.
LsWrence Bowman and Mary BOW
MM were defendants, I will on (lie
L'l day of October. A. D, jMS, .it
one o'clock in the afternoon at
the west front door of the court
house in the city of Alliance, in said
county, offer for wile mid sell at pub
lic vendue to the highest bidder for
cash, the following described mort
gaged premise- and real estate, to
The south east quarter of sec
tion Thirteen (It) in township
twenty six (If) north of range
rift y two (52 1 west In said coun
for the payment and satisfael ion of
MM Mane. C. M. COX. Sheriff.
A. W. ('RITES.
Attoraey for Plaintiff.
I 4 1 -5-1 80)
FOR SAKE- Five room bungalow,
witii bath, toilet, gas lights, hot wat
er heating, large basement and
porches. 2 lots, fronting east. One
block from Liners m school. Ka-v
terms. E. V. RAY. (43tfl463)adv.
WHAT WE NEVER FORGET
according to science, are the things
associated with our early home life,
such as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that
mother or grandmother used to cure
our burns, boils, scalds, sores, skin
eruptions, cut, prains or bruises. For
ty years of cures prove its merit.
Unrivaled for plies, corns or cold
sores. Only 25 cents at Fred E.
SAVED BY HIS WIFE
She's a wise woman who knows
jus what to do when her husband's
life Is in danger, but Mrs. R. .1.
Flint, liraintree, Vt., Is of that kind.
' She insisted on my using Dr. Kind's
New Discovery," writes Mr. F. "for
a dreadful cough, when I Ml so
weak my friends all thought 1 had
only a short time to live, and it com
pletely cured me." A quick cure
for coughs and colds, it is the most
safe and reliable medicine for many
throat and lung troubles--grip, bron
chitis, croup, whooping cough. Quia
sy. tonsilitis, hemorrhages. A trial
will convince you 60 cts. and 11.00.
Guaranteed by Fred B. Holsteii.
o MALINDA SQUIBS o
PIANO FOB SALE on easy terms.
But slightly used and in first -class
condition. Apply at Herald office, tf
See E. C. Whisman for lowest
prices on painting, paper hanging
GIRL WANTED FOR HOUSE
WORK. Permanent. MRS. GEORGE
Hand, 918 Lftnanto Ave.
FORTUNES IN FACES
There's often much truth in t ho
saying "her face its her fortune." but
it's never said where pimples, kin
eruptions, blotches, br other blemish
es disfigure it. Impure blood is back
of them all. and shows the meil of
Dr. King's New Life Pills Thev nm- '
mote health and beauty. Try t.lu.ni
25 cents at Fred E HolMenV.
WORLD-HERALD DELIVERED REG
PEARLY at your door, daily and
Sunday, 60 cts. per month.
(42 414501 CHARLES KIPP.
FOR SALE, RESIDENCE LOTS
CHEAP. Best location in Alliance.
A. J. WELCH. Mis Hit; Horn Ave.
Phone 361. (42-5-1451)
FOUND. A place to have your
cleaning and pre.-sing done,. Satis
faction guaranteed. Prices given on
dyeing. Mrs. W, H. Zehrung.
STATE WENT OF THE OWNER
SHIP, MANAGEMENT, CIRCULA
TION, ETC., of The Ulliun Herald
published weekly at Alliance, Nebr.,
required by the Act of August 21,
Editor, John V. Thomas, Alli
ame, Nebraska, Business Manager,
John W. Thomas, Alliance, Nebras
ka, Publisher, Herald Publishing
Company, Alliance, Nebraska. Own
ers: Lloyd C. Thomas, Alliance Ne
braska, Belle M. Thomas, Alliance,
Nebr., F. A. Pierson, Minden. Ne
braska. Known bondholders, mort
gagees, and other security holders,
holding 1 per cent or more of total
amount of ouds, mortgages, or oth
er securities: First National Bank.
Alliance. Ner.. B. M. Thomas, Alli
ance, Nebr. JOHN W THOMAS.
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 1st day of October, 1912.
IS- all F. .1. W AS. Notary Public.
(My commission expires May 6,
THE GATE CITY HOTEL
Crawford. Nebr.. Sept., 0, 1912.
Mr. ii A. Bowman.
Mgr. Drake Hotel.
I wish to express my appreciation
of the courteous treatment accord
ed me while a guest of your house
and the favor done hi helping me
f) make No 4:i today, on .so limited
It will not only be a pleasure to
ttop with you whenever in Alliance,
but to recommend your hotel to
Again thanking you 1 am.
Very truly yours,
(Signed) O. M. GRAHAM.
Traveling salesmau for Rice. Hutch
ing Shoo Co., Chicago
Advertisement 1 44 1-1487)
Don't forget O. A. Putnian's sale,
on his ranch sixteen miles south of
MONDAY, OCTOBER 14.
Twenty-two head af yr.ing horses
and mares; 1 iYrcheron stallion,
five ye. u s Did; about 55 head of cat
tle, im au.ng milk cows and dry
stuff; I or 4 hogs; wagons, buggies,
harness, haying machinery, household
and kitchen furnishings. Empire sep
arator, corn in the field, etc.
There will be lunch on the ground
and a trie dance at night In the big
barn. Sale begins at In a.m.
Advertiseiiunt ( 4 4-1-14 77 l
BIDS V4ANTED FOR
COAL AND WOOD
Bids will be received by the Board
of County Commissioners of Box
Butte County, Nebraska, for forty
tans more or less of Sheridan egg
coal and twenty cords more or less
o wood foot length.
The same to be delivered in the
bins at the Court House.
The Board reserves the right, to
reject any or all bids, or accept
such bid as seems to the best inter
est to the County.
Said bids to be with the Countv
Clerk within 20 days of this date.
Dated this 27th day of September.
1912. M. S. UARGRAVES. Clerk
BIDS WANTED FOR
LEASE OF CO. FARM
Bids will be received by the Board
of County Commissioners o'f Box
Butte County. Nebraska, for the
lease of the Box Butte County farm,
for the term of two years. Sain
lease to begin March 1st, J913, and
ending March 1st, 1915
The Board reserves I he right to
reject any or all bids or accept such
bid as seems to the best Interest to
Said bids to be filed with the
County Clerk within 20 days of this
Dated this 27th day of September.
LOU M S. IIAR;kaES. Clerk.
September U, 1912
The John Duerr family and Frtink
Nerud family were visiting at the
Cal Duerr home Sunday
Hen Nlcolai. who has been In Lin
coln for some time, passed through
lu re on his way home Tuesday.
Carl McLean made a business
trip to Minatare Wednesday.
Mr Dnnlap was in the Goodstreak
district Wednesday delivering books
and carry iim wl h him his new lino
of goods, tie celebrated Rogers sil
o BELMONT ITEMS o
Everybody is digging potatoes
these days The crop is not as
heavy as some expected, but the
quality Is exceptionally good The
western Nebraska potato cannot be
beaten for quality.
Ferd Wetidt and L M. McCoy
made a business trip to Alliance
last Sunday, returning on 4:! Mon
day. Ray Hatnaker and wife were in
town la.-t week visiting the home
L. M. McCoy has his new fain
ber shed nearly completed now
The railroad company has agreed
to improve the road to the loading
track at Belmont, which will be a
great help This is needed badly,
as there is being lots of shipping
done from there this fall. The
ngent reports that the month o,'
September was a record breaker In
the amount of business done in the
h'story of the station.
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Pierce, a bouncing baby boy, and
the stork also visited the Abbott
plate bring to Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Abbott a rine baby girl.
The Misses Lijlie Gregory and
Ruey Scofield were over to see that
new niece last Saturday.
We are told that Chas. Gregg re
cently refused $6.75 per acre for
his land west of Marsland.
Earl Fosket shipped a nice car
of potatoes to Hemingford the oth
B. E. Ilanlon of Crawford was In
town the last of last week looking
after the shipping of his crops.
F. E. Abbott and Miss Eva Ells
worth spent Sunday afternoon with
friends at Belmont.
I. F. Mengel of lees Summit.
Mo., has returned to Belmont to
look after his interests In Dawes
Miss Ruey Scofield is relieving
Mrs. Gregory a few days as second
Operator at Belmont.
Mi.-s .Mardel W'alden is still visit
ing relatives at Buffalo Cap
Dad Linden has returned to Bel
tllOBt and taken charge of his old
sM-.ion again, after having been OM
ali 111 IW TMT working an extra MBS,
PIANO FOR SALE on easy terms
But slightly used and in lust-class
condition Apply at Herald office, tf
Storage of goods, moving plauos
and general dray. Phone- 6.
W.U.LAGE DRAY LINE
Curtis Best and Gooch's Bet flour
at E. 1. Gregg & Son's. Every sack
guaranteed Phone 165.
39 tf 1342
o QUAKER VALLEY o
October 5, 1912.
Having some nice weather again
after (he freeze.
Corn has been damaged by the
cold spell we have had.
Tiicmas Howe and King Bobbins
v.. re iton from Alliance last Satur
day and Sunday
Miss Neva Howe returned home
fata ckworth, Iowa, a few days
School began two weeks ago with
Miss lAlma Foster of Alliance as
Everybody is digging potatoes.
They are very fine
Mr. Say lor turned the post office
over to Joseph Farley and started
for Fort Iodge, Iowa, last Thursday
William Beck lias bought (be Hub
Mrs. Bobbins was down to the
Howard Keck has bought (he ranch
owned by William nad will move In
to It. We are sorry to lose William
but glad to have Howard and family
In our neighborhood.
A great many around here attend
ed the sale near Lakeside Saturday.
Elton Spain was an Alliance visit
or last Saturday.
o MOUNT PLEASANT o
October 4. I tiki,
Fine weather after the big frtM-ze.
'Most every man has his potatoes
dug in (his neighborhood
Mrs G (',. Clark was an Alliance
caller the 4t li
Mr. and Mrs. Mailey went to Alli
ance the 4th.
Johnny Gllshannon is working for
P. S. Mailey.
Mrs. J. C. Hawkins has been on
the siik list this week.
Clell Underwood is boring for
Herb Robinson while he lives on his
Mr. and Mrs J, C Hawkins went
to Alliance to church Sunday and
took dinner with Mr and Mrs. Ellis
Rm.v and rcxrt a fine time, i
Mrs. J. c. Wright was visiting
Mrs J. ('. Hawkins Thursday of this
Our prone line aj n die bum
News Is scane this week. Hoie
to do better next week.
Notice for Election
for Court House Bonds
NOTICE is hereby given to the
qualified voters of Box Hutte coun
ty, Nebraska, that MM the writt.-n
request of at least one-fourth of the
legal voters of said county, an el,
tion will he MM at the regular poll
ing places in each precinct l said
COUhty, on Tuesday the 5th day of
November, 1013, from the hour or 8
a. m . to the hour of 6 p.m., on aid
dav for the purpose of. voiing upon
the following question, to-wit:
Shall the County Commissioners of
Box Butte County, Nebraska, issue
the bonds of said county n the sum
of Seventy-Five Thousand $75.miiii
dollars of the following denomina
tions, viz.: Seventy-Five bonds of
Oa I thousand dollars each, to run
ror a period of twenty years from
date Of issuance of said bonds, bear
ing InLr.st at the rate of five per
cent per a. mum, interest payable semi
annually, said interest and principal,
payable at (he fiscal agency of the
State of Nebraska, In New York
City. State of New York, said bonds
to be Issued for the following pur
poses to-wit: For the ereiftinu. con
struction and furnishing at a court
house for the use of said county, to
be erected and constructed on lo;s
22 and 13 in county uddfiiou to city
Of Alliance, Box Butte County, Ne
braska, ac ..riling to the recorded pUt,
t hereof, and shall said County f'om
misnioners be empowered to make an
annual levy for a sufficient amount
to pay said interest and to create
a sinking fund for the payment of
By order of the County Commis
sioners of Box Butte County. Ne
braska. J. M Wanek. Chairman,
Attest M. S. Ilargraves. Clerk.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS
Hereafter advertisers in The Alli
ance Semi-Weekly Times and The
Alliance Herald will be charged the
renter subscription price for the
papers, except those whose advertis
ing in each paper amounts to twenty-five
dollars ($25.00) or more er
MOIST & SALIAJWS.
Publishers Alliance Semi Weekly
HERALD PUBUWiING CO..
Publishers Alliance Herald
It Can Be Relied Upon
The American Drug and Press As
sociation authorizes its members to
g larantee absolutely Merltol Hair
Totaie. It has no equal. It Is a
wonderful remedy. A trial will con
unce you. F. J. Bremian
U. P. CHURCH
10:00 n. m. Sunday school, Graded
11:00 a.m. Preaching
7:3o p m Preaching.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday even
ing, at 7 :::n.
A. L GODFREY, Pastor.
Services 2nd. 3rd and 4th Sundays
of each month at 11:00 a. in. and
7:30 p. m. First Sunday In each
month at 11:00 a. m. Sunday School
every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Junior
Auxiliary, Chapter A, meets every
Tuesday at 7:30 p. ni. Junior Auxil
iary, Chapter B. meets at 2:30 every
11:00 a.m. Preaching. Commun
The subject whence the sermons
for the morning services will be
gathered during the next three
months will be. "The Miracbs or
Jesus." with the view of grasping
their meaning os one of Christ's
methods of teaching Hie ptlnlple
of a tnie life.
Sunday. (Vt. 6 The Water Made
13 The Draught of Fishes.
2( -The Man Sick of the Palsy.
27 The Woman With the issue of
Nov. 3 Healing on the Sabbath
10 The Centurion's Servant.
17 The Feeding of the Multitude.
24 Jesus Walking on the Sea.
Dec. 1 The Gaderene Demoniac.
8 The Nobleman of Capernaum.
15 The Story of Blind Bnrtlniae
us. 22 -The Raising of laznrus.
25 The Fulfillment not the De
struction f the Old.
29 The Way of Ufe.
GEO. G. WARE, Missionary.
IMMANUEL GERMAN EVAN
GELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH
Corner Yellowstone Ave. and 7th St.
:30 a in. Sunday school.
10:30 a.m. Preaching.
German and English services ai-
ternately Sunday evenings, upon announcement.
German English parochial school
from September to June, five days
of the wedk.
TITUS LANG, Pastor.
To:: Niobrara Ave., phone 359.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
10:00 a.m. Sabbath School.
3:00 p.m. Junior Endeavor.
11:00 a. in. Public worship. Sub
ject, 'Open Confesskin."
6:30 p. in. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Public worship. Sub
Jut. "Three Things a Man Ought
t 1 1 a . "
6:45 p. in Thursday, Bible classes
7:30 p. m. Thursday, Midweek
Than la mora Calurrr In th's section or thr eountrs
lluu all uibt r dlataar r it i .n o. i ... .1 ui.tM (be lut
l.-ar yean araa auupuar.1 in ur in run Mr lor a iml
iiiv y yar doctors rioui.i--l II a local diaraar and
prearrtord local rrnmika. and t roitatanUy (ailta
I., run- w.ln local treatment, pronounced II tneunhte
Si'Imim has proven (alarrh to he a constitutional ait
c:is. and therefore reuulres constitutional treatment
Hill's Catarrh Cure, manulsrtured by r J claney
Co., Toledo. Ohio, la thr only ConstltuU.nal cure ....
the market. It Is taken Internally In doses Irom It
tlrops to a leaanounful. II arts directly on ihe Mood
anil mucous surfaces of Ihe tetti Ihrv oft r one
ii. Mlr.ii dollars for any case II (alia to cure Send
lor circulars and teatimnniala.
Address F J. CUT V I V A Ctl.Tol.-do Ohio.
S.S4 hv Dmseists. : c
Take Hall's f amily 1'ills for constipation.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Olin S. Baker, Pastor
10:00 a. 111. Sunday School. Graded
11,00 a. 111. Public worship.
V.llO p.m. Young people's Epwortl.
7 :!( p.m. Public worship.
Prayer, Bible . study and social
hour. Wednesday evening at 7:.'I0.
The doors of thh church tire open
to all people at all services. A cor
dial and home weicome extended to
all Co worship with us. If you have
110 other church home lu (he chy.
A. M. E. CHURCH
Meetings in Marks' hall, northeasl
corner Laramie avenue and Third
street. Sunday school at 10: 30 a. m
Preaching at 8:00 p. m. All are welcome.
SEVENTH DAY AOVENTI ST
Sabbath school at the residence of
Mrs. Pilkington every Saturday af
ternoon at ;; o'clock.
MRS. JOHN PILKINGTON. Supt.
10:00 a. in Sunday school.
11:00 a m. Public worship
6:30 p m. B. Y. P. V.
Ladies' Bible class every Tuesday
evening ai church at 7 :;:.
Men's Bible Class moots on Wed
ueaday evening ax 7:30.
Mid week Prayer Meeting Thurs
day evening at 7:30.
GEO. A. WITTK, Pastor.
At the Court House
10.00 a.m. Bible school.
11:00 a in. Preaching. Subject.
7:30 p m. Preaching.
A very hearty Invitation extended
Please note (has nvxt Sunday ev-
'ning's service. Oct. I.:, wUll be het4
at the Empress theatre Instead of
the court house. Subject, "8eooo4
Coastal of Chris." i
FRANK ALLAN WOTEN,
Mr and Mrs George Baker
passengers to Crawford on 43 Wod
nesday to at.end the fair.
The Ladles' Aid Society of too
Methodist church met with Mrs. 0.
T. I hiss on We,! nesday afternooa
Mr and Mrs. Ham Blythe re
t uncd to their home in Tecumsoh
on 44 Thursday.
Mrs Wm. Curry Is spending tho
iTOOk with her daughter. Mrs. Frank
Black, near Glrard.
Mm, Wm. Spencer was a pi
fOt to Alliance on 44 Thursday.
t lining on 43 Friday.
X M Miller was aihaw
ford visitor a few days this week.
Edith Broshar Is spending her va
cation with her folks In Sioux coun
ty Mrs. McEuen is taking her
I luce In Ijoekwnod's store.
Wesle Green was an east bound
pa: -eager on 44 Sunday.
Miss Alice Potmestl and mothor
were passengers to lAlllance on 44
Sua day to spend a Tew days with
Frank Potmesil and family.
Mrs. Ernest Kinsley was an in
coming passenger Saturday for A
visit with friends and relative!
Brown Church came Saturday for
a visit with old friend.
Miss Gertrude Olds ha been on
Cue sick list for the past week
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. New berry
visited at the home or Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Caha Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. IT. tjtaepherd
were Alliance visitors Monday.
B. E. Johnson was a passenger
to Alliance on 44 Tuesday.
a a a
Mrs. Duff was a passenger to Al
li lie Tuesday
a a a
.vlrs. Ben Price was a passenger
to Alliance Monday, returning
A. E. Clark was a passenger to
Alliance Monday, returning Tues
day a a a
Mrs. Will Clark was a passenger
to Alliance Tuesday, returning Wed
Mrs. Wm. Curry returned Tuesday
a a a
Rcbirt. Nance an i Mr. William
WON incoming pas.-engera from Ran
iOtph on 44 Tue(.:-.y.
DR. P. W. BOJLANU
Office Over Hrt State
FOR DAINTY WOMEN
BoothlOf, cooling, healing and pur
ifying to the .-kin. rc-finfd in mm
and faastnaflna i.i !.. dollooto fra
grance B0X041 Cream of Aiuoads
is one of the mast hrHojli10
thlnss In :h . iie of any dainty,
refined wouiun w ho ha ever used it.
Cnsurpassed im elegance of perfect
purity -gratlfylna to the mor rlH.
cate skin and complexion its use is
a aeugtit. it promotes cleanliness,
and meets the objection that many
have to cosmetics that contain greae
as It not only contain none, but is
easily aud quickly absorbed. If it
does not delight you -your money
back. Price. 1'5 cents. Sold in this
community only at our store. The
Rexall Store F. E HOLSTEN.
GUARANTEED LIVER TREATMENT!
There are just two things to be
borne In mind when you u e Kexall
Little Liver Pills One ts that they
u . especially designed to relieve all
liver ailments promptly and effect
ively, and the other is that they are
positively guaranteed to do this, or
your money back. We would not ro
j minuend Rexall Little Liver liHs un
less we felt positive that they con
tained the necessary remedial ageaits.
hi sufficient quantities and of suffi
cient .strength to help relieve any
ordinary liver trouble, as well as the
other bodily ailment arising from a
diseased condition of the liver. Wo
could not afford to guarantee, or
even to recommend, Kexall LiUlo
Liver PUIs if we did not. have confi
dence in them. We take all the
risk, because our guarantee means
simply th4s if tbey do not tatiafy
and relieve you, we will refund your
money without nsitatiou. Price. -5
cents. Sold in (his community only
at our store. The Rejtall Store. P.
E. HOLSTKN ,43 --'-1471)