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Stop Paying Rent
An Alliance Lot
On Our Remarkable Terms of Only
FIFTY-CENTS A WEEK
Learn to save money
interest, no taxes, no payments when sick, you can sell or build any time, perfect
title, free abstract, don't miss this chance, the opportunity of a life time
Sale of our beautiful
new addition to
We sell day and night. Our office on the grounds is open from 7 a. m. until 8 p. m. Contracts delivered on the ground. Bring your
dollar and select your lot. Buy a lot for your boy or girl, they will need it some day. All payments are made at the office of F. E.
REDDISH in McCorkle Block.
Look at These Prices
$75.00 to $185.00
A very few slightly higher
Over 4,000 happy home buyers have bought lots on
these terms in Omaha, Nebr. , and thousands more in
other cities. Bring- your dollar at once and get a lot
in the best addition we ever platted.
A Dollar Down, Then
Fifty Cents a Week
LOCATION OF BELMONT
This beautiful addition of high, sightly
homesights, lies immediately north of Fair
mounds and is only five blocks o:st of the
Court House and School House on Arizona,
Colorado and Nebraska streets.
Remember there are only a limited number of lot -only five blocks from the central business strew!
-and we will sell every lot for ONE DOLLAR down and FIFTY CENTS A WEEK until fully paid. We
!i;ir purchased this land from t lie Lincoln Umd Co.. own It ourselves and sell it on our own terms. Think
of owning your own homesite for 50 cents a week in a part .of Alliance where any man or woman would be
proud to live, no taxes or interest, to pay and no payments when sick. These lots average $1imi cheaper
In price than lots are selling for two blocks farther from the Court Mouse west or north and no lots, in
Alliance arc M high and sightly.
OUR KECORD We sold 97t lots on these
terms in ." days and nights in South Omaha.
We sold 986 lots in 4 days and nights in
Omaha on these terms- We sold 475 lots in
." days and nights on these terms at Sioux
City. 240 lots In Sioux Falls in 8 days and
nights on these terms.
The price of every lot
is marked in plain figures on the lot. Win n
you selecl your lot take off the tag and give
your dollar to the salesman.
"Every person who invests in well selei td real estate in ;i growing section of a prosperous commun
ity adopts the surest and safest method of becoming independent, for real estate is the basis of all
wraith." Theodore Roosevelt.
Uc firmly believe Belmont is in a "growing section" and Alliance a "prosperous community."
Learn to Save
Save 50c i week by putting it In lot that is
bound to double in value. One man got 10 lots,
one for himself, wife and each child.
N. P. DODQE & CO., Omaha
F. E. REDDISH, Local Agent
We sell day and night on the ground only. Come today, come tonight. Come Sunday if too busy to come before
RETURNS TO OREGON
II J. Sim, formerly an attorney of
Broken How, but now practicing law
at Cottage Grove. Oregon, stopped
over In .Alliance on his way to pot
tage drove last Friday He had
be to Broken I'ow on a business
On being quest:i;n.d regar.'ing the
Oregon country Mr. stm stated thai
as far as his profession was con
cerned that was a very good country
1)iit as far as fat uiug and the SOU
WO! concerned he would pit fer this
to that. They have very little tree
lag in that country and the climate
lila t hoUKtl a heuvj rniiimu
wooden bucket where it now stands
ever since. It is of the variety that
grow up . to fifteen feet or twenty
feet In height and about as large
around as a man's body. This 01
His is thickly covered with long sharp
visiting Mr. and Mrs Ralph W'otliy
-Sunday and report a fine time.
is experienced, H ftvarngcoi
es per year
FINE FRUIT RAISED
IN BOX BUTTE CO.
F. K. Moisten has on exhibition in
his store window some apples and
grapes which were raised on the farm
Of R. R. Keddish in Hox Butte coun
ty. These fruits are of the very fin
i st Quality and better than tiat ship
pa4 in from the districts where a
business is made of growing them
Hagaman is on the sick list
Tne eminent physician on chronic
diseases will visM our city
1 And will be at the Drake Ho.el from
i 12 o'clock noon to 4 I. M.
Dr. Potterf, president of the staff
I of the Boston Klectro Medical In
stitute, is naklag a tour of the state.
n ui ir nrnwHivu, nww father and mothel
at ion and all the medicines necessary:,. ::n nPHfnil
Mr. and Mrs. II. Robison have re
turned to the Dainton place after a
week' stay on their homestead near
Mrs. Clyde McKiuney
15 Wood of the c. r ug Courier
;.nl the Scottsblulf S .r-llwald, I.
L l.vman of the Minulare Free Press,
l i M. intush of Sidney. VY I- Min
or Of Morrill and J, K. Trlnniet
Hriltiort. composed a party
itayed over In Aitteace between trams
Saturday on their way lo the meet
ing of the Sixth District Republican
Congressional committee in i 'raw ford
Ihe same dale
The meeting at Crawford was for
the purpose of tppoUktlog u eeadi-
date to take the place of Congress
HUNTERS GO EAST
MRS. W. W. WOOD ENTERTAINS
Mrs V. V. Wood entertained at
; AQ Friday evening at her noma (MB
'Dig Horn avenue. A large number
ware praaeat, tilling eight tables
The colors, yellow and white. Ware
very tastily carried out in DOWen
Refreshnients were sirved before
the playing began, at I :$. Mrs
Adel I'helan was winner of the first
prize, a beautiful brass tray. Mrs.
M. .1. Kills was winner of the free1
for all prize, a cut gla&S va-se. i
V purty of eastern capitalist pass
ed thru Allium e Saturday feegH the
Jackson Hole country in western Wy
oming. The had ! n on a bin
deer, elk and bear hun: aatl u m
their stories weiv very sacessful
Hunting is very good in Wyoming
and Montana this sea sou and a large
amount of big game is being bagged.
Tl:e Jaekaog Hole country has quite
g raouiattaa rt hunting s; t
Although Si'arday was a legal hol
ida i; was n generally absitved
in this part of the country At Alli
ance the ist office closed at l href
tit the afternoon The haggl Bgd
business houses remained o.n
I is not ben era By known thai the
Ittg of October was treated a holi
day a couple of years ago In nouor
of the discovery of America, but
eucb in the cae.
Mi. I'elite anil wife, of Scottsbluf''.
cairn in on Fridav afternoon,
i'l is train was four hours late, miss
lag the Ciuernsey branch train Which
left on time. They took the mid
eight train lor Bridgeport and plion
ed tor an auto to meet them thei .
Cuing by auto to ' I tsbluf; Satnr
Mr. I'elite is maaagc- lot the
I int Investnieiu Company' uftiCO
at S.ottsbluft' Talk la the tiipany
Ihfct sold so many thousand a res of
ir:inated land under the Tri Stale
Ltaaal 'he last three years.
to complete a cure FKKK. All iar-1
ties taking advantage of this otfei :
fire requested to state to their friends'
the result of the treatment.
Cures DEAFNESS by an entirely;
; n w pro a ss.
Treats all curable cases of catarrh,!
I throat RQd lung disease, eve and ear..
I stomach, liver and kidmys, gravel.
I rheunu -m. perulyeie, neuralgia, ner
vous ti. i heart dlaoni, epJlepey,
Bright, leease and dteease of the
bladder, blood and skin dweaaaa, and
big DOCk and stammering cured.
ca.nckks cured by Uguefnctlon.
Piles and rupture cured without
detention from busine I
Asthma cured in a short time.
If you are improving under your
family physician do not take up our
valuable lime. The rich and the
POUT are treated alike. Idlers and
curiosity seekers will please stay
away. Our time is valuable.
Renumber, NOT A l'KNXY WH1
be charged for the medicine required
to make a cure of all those taking
treiitnunt this trip. Office rous 1
Positively married ladies must be
,n -oiitpanieii by their husbands. Re-
memher the date, Friday. ucioiei
ti, at He. Drake Hotel from I- o'
clock noon to IV M . Ailtageg, Xe
bnaska. Advertisement 1 150fi -I t" I
Good crops, contented merchants and
farmers Now is the time to re-or-gani.e
tlie AlUaaoe commercial club.
put it on its feel to stay, and DOOM,
There is a great struggle between
Taft and Roisevell for second
Notice for Election
for Court House Bonds
GRAND LODGE MEM
MOUNT PLEASANT o
Monday noon a number of uu'.u
btrs of the Grand Lodge of the I.
0. O. F. passed thru Alliance on
their way from the North I'lalte V.il
ley to Lincoln ;o attend th" . .:..ti
of the Grand i -j a
Among those going wer- Major
1 . ..II- M I a I m- .
r t k i in. iii-i' t.nu i i ai. n uit'i :
mm Turn llukkitt M Mil.,ult unil'lHIl
Messrs I'eters ami I'ilkering of Mill-
Most everybody is Bean aiggmn
lotatoes and they w nt over 110 bu.
a i acre.
evervbdy is seen
G. 11. Hagaman took old uucle
lokaale Uadorwoad to the old so:
idiers home in Kansas touaj,.
i'eUr ItubcndaU, pr-irietor of the
Hotl AUiaine. has some very iuier
estiug plants in his offiea wiudow. H
hao oue olive, two lemon uud two
orauge trace in poi. They are of
courij v rv small aud will no- bear
fruit for a year. Thty were pur
chaiid from a New York state florist
A lame round cat'us m tnetjsiiu ,
ran: is also somethiug o a curious j
. t - Ul4inu
"- !' wee u.ouK.iv . . -" uo, io in- encoureged. Hut the 0U1
a couple oi ar j uj lwi I
The Ladies liuilil of the Kpis;-oi
church tiirt Wedaeedaj afu-ruoon at
I Ihe horn, of Mrs Fred UgllH
COMSTOCK IN TOWN
I Will g. Oeanneafc, of the urm of
I Richards and Ct.instock. of F.Uaworth.
i was in Ailiatii . Metnlav
Sclfiilists agr.-e thai kiss in nought
:, rs. Call I'nderwood was calling
on Mrs. J. (V Hawkins the Hi
iitul a pleaaaui. time As she was
the first woman to visit Mrs. Haw
kins .'4 years ago they art fast
Tbowa aud has btu growing iu the . turn seems to Hiiv.e jus: the sa :. Mr al!U Mrs. J- C. Wriu
Mr n.l Mm. V. S Malley was
,:,iii.,u I....- n..,ilii i- near Hcuuligford
Sunday They weut in I hor anJ
i". inuiuutes in their auio.
m- .nH Mr. llawkin wi t.- issil
.i.ir ixiiKlter. Mru. G G. Clark,
nips v i -
Snudas and hatl a pleasant time
The Denver Peat says that at a
moving picture show in a mall
town iti 1'enn.s lvania the ':lier
night a man rushed up to tU" front
witii ti revolver in hie hand god an-
n tin ed that his wife was in the
theatre with another man and thai
be vould shoot them both. The
manager said that the couple had
better leave by the back door. 10
U veil couples hiked. Heing seen
In the Post we believe it.
Noa is the cackle of the oyster
baaaj in the land.
That strong smell iu the opera
house the other night did no! come
fron the creamery. Hank Brown
forgot to take the moth halls out
of his winter suit.
Buy your Christ mas present early.
British suffragettes have gone to
Wearing armor of pins to scratch
the policemen who attempt to ar
rest them. Hut. Harold dear, that
is no sign that your Maizie is a
1'ulike most workers ihe mosqui
to prestiets his bill before lie doeJs
A short night means a long day.
Hoboes are scarce around Allien e
since the city authorities pu' tic m
to work on the streets iatbor has
never l. . n so scarce in tlie west.
Since the horse ejddemic in Kan
sas and southern .eOraKa the man
with a mule is looked up to. A
dt ad mule is a rarity.
A tearible alternative eonfrottis
the Mexican revolwlonists. If tkaj
do not lay dow n their arms I hey
will be starved or shot, and if they
do they'll be put to work.
Duel.- is ducks anil most fellers
thinks they're mighty good eatin'.
Col Rous -veil has been nominat
ed for presidtmi of I tie Auanius
Club. He will doubtless e ohted
to thai office.
The futur." of Alliaiiee and licx
w urt 1 tiutte ccuiilj was uever uiii,uu-r.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
state of Nebraaka
llox Hutte County I
IN THE MATT Kit OF Till". KSTATK
of .iohn p. WBINEL Deeaaaad.
I, L. A. Kerry, , County Judge of
llox Btttta county, Nebraska, hereby
notify all persons having claims Mid
demands against tlie estate of John
iP. WeimH thai I bare set gad Ap
pointed the Lfi day oi May, IBIS, at
lu o'clock In the forenoon, at the
County Court room in Alliance, for
the examination of all claims against
the estate of said decedent with a
view to their allowance and paymetnt.
All persons interested as creditors
of tlie said estate will present their
claims to me at said time, or show
oauae for not so doing, and in case
any claims are not so presented by
said time they shall be forever
This notice shall be served by pub
U catlOB therefor for four consecutive
week in tlie Alliance Herald, a news
paper published in Alliance, prior lo
the day of hearing.
Given under my hand and Ihe seal
cf said court this 5 day of October,
191S, L A KKRR'.V,
i Seal I County Judge.
SHERIFF'S FORECLOSURE SALE
under and by
a decree of
I foreclosure and .-tile given in the dis
trict court of Box Butte county. Ne
brarka. in a cause therein depending
:n which the Kquitable land Until
puny was plaintiff, and Ora K. Phil
lipa, Frank A. MasU', Annie F. Mas
sie. COT del Colvin, Kmina Cohin, J.
Uawragce Bowman and Mary Bow
man were defendants. I will on the
day of October, A D. f!HJ, at
one o'clock in the arteruoou at
the west front diKr of the court
house in the city of Alliance, in eatd
count v, offer for ssile and fell ai pub
lic vendue to the highest bidder fori
caah. the followiii; d"ecriled mort
guged premises and real estate, to-1
Tlie south east quarter of sec j
Hon Thirteeu (13) in township
1 tuenty six i uorih of rajiRe
i fifty two (it) west in said coun
ty for the payment and satisfaction of
aid dgOPM. ' H. COX. Sheriff
w C ETTE8,
Attora y for Plaiutiff.
1 41 -5 180)
NOTICE is hereby given to the
qualified voters of Box Butte coun
ty, Nebraska, that upon the written
request of at least one-fourth of the
legal voters of said county, an elec
tion will he held at the regular poll
ing places iu each precinct of said
county, on Tuesday the 5th day of
Nov ember, 1918, from He- hour of 8
a.m., to the hour of ti p.m., on said
day for the purpose of voting upii
the following question, to-wit:
Shall tlie County Commissioners of
Box Butte OoUUty, Nebraska, issue
the bonds of said couniy iu the sum
of Seventy-Five Thousand ($75,000)
dollars of the following denoinina.
lions, viz.: Seventy-Five bond of
One thousand dollars each, to run
for a period of twenty years from
date of issuance of aid bonds, bear
ing interest at the rate of five oer
cent per annum, interest payable semi
annually, said interest and principal,
pasable at the fiscal attency of the
State of Nebraska, in New York
City, State of New York, laid bonds
to be issued for the following pur
poses to-wit: For the erection, con
struction and furnishing of a court
house for the use of said county, to
be erected ami const ructed on lots
22 and 2- in county addition to city
of flIHagnt. Box Bulie County. Ne
braska, according to tlie recorded pla
thereof, and shall said County Com
missioners be empowered to make an
annual levy for a sufficient amount
to puy said interest and to create
a sinking fund for the payment of
By order of the County Comiuis
sioners of Box liutte County, Ne
braska J ML Wanek. Chairman,
Attest M. S. Hargravs. Clerk
Advert isement (44-4-148:5)
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i life is iu danger, but Mrs. R. J
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! "tthe insisted on my using Dr. King's
New Discovery," writes Mr. F. "for
I a dreadful cough, when I was ao
i weak my friends all thought I had
j only a short time to live, and it com
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j for cough and tolds, it is Uie mutt
i safe and reliable medicine for many
throat and lung troubles grip, bron
chi' is. troup. whooping cough, quin
y, tonsilitis, hemorrhages. A trial
will convince you. 50 ct. and l.oo.
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