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title: 'The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, October 17, 1912, Image 3',
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BBGINNINO NOVEMBER 1. 1912
WE WILL SELL
COAL FOR CASH ONLY
At the following prices, delivered in the city:
"Cash" does not mean 30 days, but payment with order or
upon delivery of the coal.
FOREST LUMBER COMPANY
Wanted -flood agents lo sell tli
Sweeper Vac Vacuum CI BW, at
tractive proposition. Steady em
ployuient with an old reliable manu
facturing coniany. The Sweeper
Vac Is widely known as the Mt)hT
1 TIBV u touy Vacuum Cteam r on
tin market. Sell readily at a mod
erate prli c and we know of no dis--lied
user of the Swiepcr-Yac.
S pi lo any address prepaid up :n
receipt of 110.99. M. Montgomery,
State Vgent, 1714 Kaiii.iin St. )
Advertisement ( 15m-::-45 i
Mr. Ishaiu, the clothing s ilesmar .
passed thru Friday on his way to
his home at Chndroti to upend Sun
c'ny Mr. isham .'lis to a number
of Alliance nuTehar.H.
B. D. Watson, .' Ellsworth, a
broth. t of Mr. VYatOOtl of the flr'n
of Watson & Wauun. rotern id to
hLs home Friday no lie had he u
!1'J,.'. .'d .'.I surveying so.itli (.!' town
for name parties.
Mr. Halls, of the Forest LuuiIm r
Company, left on 44 Krid noon for
Kllsworth for a short visit.
Frank McClung, of Itrid eport, VII
an Alliance visitor on Friday.
In addition to the party ol dr.
leaving from Alliance Friday noon
they wire joined by nine Other from
Angora. These from Angora h id
been employed by the Isurllngton a:
Si Thompson, the
man, returned home
ComatOCk, passed thru Ruhville Sat
urday evening on hi- way home.
While in Cordon Saturday he .-!'!
1,600 acre', of their ranch land, inof'
of It going to lo -a! people. They ap
preciate a good chan.e to buy hay
lands and add to their present hold
inns. Kushville Recorder. Oct. II.
Robert Reddish. whi Js BOW livinn
on his Kinknid huimvttsid at Angora,
line up Saturday noon to sp id ,
annuity wiiii un i9tM ami nmi i
lianre Irion da.
The city grader was out Friday and
Saturday leveling up the Hirers af
ter the heavy rain.
Tim e OVtb loads of Omaha men
went to the sand hills Saturday for
n two days' hunt. We understand
they brought home a large number
from his regular
Miss Delia Keed. -utility superin
tendent, returned to lAHlancr- from
a visit to some of her s -hools in
the north end of the county, Friday.
S. V. Grout, frcJm the San Luis
valley of Colorado, was in town on
busings Friday u:or!i:n.'.
K. M. ::idred, of Orlando, and for
merly of Alliance, was In town last
wkIi, returning to his ranch on Friday.
Mi. Co alt
eoun i y . was
cf the ".
County Judge U A. Merry return
ed Friday from a trip south on ihe
Dr. W. T. Eikuer. of MINI, NO '-.
stopped over in Alliance n-tween
trains Friday. Dr. Klkner was for
merly located at lleOltngfnril and re
ruined there oo business lie still
own several tracts of Bo Btttto
Because 41! was late Saturday the ;
Guli.-ey tram cam ii! from Itriike
port. Tlie Dearer rain left OB
J. Cail Thomas, I rmerly o I
Herald force but now linotype oper
ator for the dtring Courier, rf.ura
d Saturt'ay noDU to stay over Sun
aj ;.h ir me folks.
Will Q. Cojnsiuck. Richards and
Johnny lloyle of Mitchell passed1
thru Alliance S.ii unlay on bil waj
to Hyannis to get his cattle which
he recently pore baaed there They,
had been tiuanantim' (Or a shordt !
time, lie took then; booh ;: Bootte-I
bluff where he is feeding them bet I
Lloyd JoHucou was down fr::-.;.
Crawford oer SunJay to se: BOO to,
folks and frie.ii
Chase Feagln-i returned to Alliu:i e
A. I' It ry made a trip to Kllsworth 1
Saturday between trains. Ho just1
reci ally returned to All'.an at fr M
absent e of six years and ia;ed that
the change in the town In that length
of time was amazing He thinks a
great deal of this part of the wes.
His BOOM is at Grand Island.
W. D. Itumer has put the bankrupt'
Colbura stuck of dry good.- and
clothing on display In !h Watson i
building on the corner of oeoOQjd '
street and llox llutte avenue and i i
l U.:-i!lg tin til out Oil s; . s:,!e i
W. II. Flburn. ftate agent for the
National Fire Insui an ee (omiKiny of ;
Hartford, BOOMd thru AlUaace MOB-I
ilay ROOO on his way tton BOOtOI
tuutr to Meinlngtonl. bile in town
he visited with John W. Gjthrie.
Chaae Feagins lef- .Milan M on
day noon on a bigness trip to
Whratland. WyonlOg, lie will be
gone for several da's.
K. C. MoCoriUe, formerly a -oM!i-tug
salesman out of l.incoin, v,jh bj
Alliance Sunday and Monday. !U is
I now employed a traveling sjlasmau
by the National Cash l(ei:isier Ca.
rai wiiuy or iieming'ord ..was in
Alliau e on business Monday. He
accompanied James Wlldy as far aa
Vlliance Sunday evening. James
Wildy was taking asveral ooriOOOO
of ato-.k to the Omaha market.
John Wallace has purchased i fine
" s i oi work harn Tiom I. L.
heson fer use In his dray work.
NEGRO 15 FINED
Waller Graham, the u.iro arrested
laai witk for ootololni moaej iUMter
fojoa pretenses by giving a bad check
to J i. Donton, wa-. finid tweaty
live dollars and coats Friday oy 1 o
!i( Judge Gregory Zurn. Cnaham
s.a'cl ilia! he would pay his fine
and leave the city.
It's the 0en
T)ie Round Ok Chief Exposed Every Detail Shown Nothing Concealed
You should know all about the range you buy
Pouch reod and Bm-I-tog
Door. Useful and
pfolclion (ur ovijn,
back ol fue bock
Cast ; ' ill . lo equal
ii heat in oven
Arched lo 01 oven. a
hk!t heal conforms
better than squaro
Cup iouil where
Anchor Plates mi
on main top foes
clear around top
1 p' LjfLi
( W llllEiX' " 'JS--'" ""''"aOT'!','"l':J 1 biard used
fSS ' - ' Cast flue strip sotidlyv
. m I bolted to placo
All the ashes
(ail in the pan
iron Ash Pan
About 415 bolts and
rivets used in the
Chiet. aboi.! twice
the number con
fkie tuf uv , door wcijIiL Will never set out ot ordel 5ec the heavy channel iron. Oven bottom can never buckjo
OT ONL THING LUT OFF THt CHILf THAT WILL MAKL IT BtnLR
ber nl rivet
See how il
boiler - no n.
The only one
Sub-flue bottom ol
boiler iron. Heat
cannot alloc! Ilool
Newberry's Hardware Co.
A SERIOUS RUNAWAY
Geo. A. Hills, the Davista ranch
harness maker aad repairer, was
the victim in a serious runaway on
Tuesday reusliin; in a hrok. n leg
He wa Mlri iiig a young nervous
horse un which the bmvhlng ;ra( -huug
IfMJMMfj whlcli evirh ntly irrltat
etl tha hors which OOgOO to ki:k
atid rati, and bts'iininv u. i'iid i.
his own harness, fell, brlni.ig the
v.agcn to a suden s'op iau ttirowlng
Mr. Hills to th ground and break
ing his le above the knee
Dr Flat.: was calletl from Toning
t :i and M4 the brok'vi binet
Regular meeting or Alliance Cas
tle No. 4i! tx-.-urs on Friday evening
of this Week M M. B. A hall. Oui
tills orusiDii tli ' -astk- draw bridge
i will be ktwerod and tbJrtj pew mem
b'-is v ill b." admlUed into the castle
s'n iighold. All m.aibtrs are eirn
etly iH-tiueted to be pr -sent a:id
part: ip.'ti- in the feminities.
a. D. uoim;kks. Becy.-Treaa.
$$ GET WISE ADVERTISE $)
VACUUM CLOTHES WASHER
As a side line in coune'.'tiou with
his wcrk in the grx-ery, I; i Dun
can has taken the. agency fur the
Vacuum cloth s washer. a-w ivnen
tioa whith is claimed to be the best
tbiiif-, out in that line, lie has had
clrcolan printed to glVO the ladies
o." Vlliauce and vicinity sonic In
formation in regard io this labor sav
lag maihine, ;uid invites them lo
call and invest igate it for themsdves.
ROYAL HIGHLANDERS BALL
A grand ball will he kivh in I'he
Ian opera hoiuse. Thursday evening,
Oot. 84, under iMMMOJ of the Koyal
llighlan.lers. Musii will he furniah
d oj Minnie U'ikir's orchestra.
Ticketb. $1.00. J. R. SMITH,
Chairman Social CominiWoe.
BUYS HORSES IN VALLEY
' (il Smith purchased tbiteon
hi A of hcrsoa at I. ingle. U'yonung,
from the. Davvlata Itamn company.
1U will ship them over in a taw
ajra, m iking up a carload heiv
ship east. Cecil speuit ihra days
lit the valley.