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title: 'The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, November 14, 1912, Image 3',
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Saturday, Nov. 16
I will sell at the Burlington Stock Yards in
Alliance, Nebraska, beginning at one
o'clock P. M. the following
128 Head of Cattle
28 Fat Heifers, age three and four years
weighing about 1050 to .1100 pounds.
30 young cows, three and four years old,
all had calves last summer. A good bunch
of two-year-old heifers. A bunch of nine-months-old
heifers and calves. A good
bunch of yearling heifers. A bunch of fine
yearling and two-year-old steers. Ten
milk cows, all good ones, now giving milk.
All Cattle are Dehorned and of Extra Good Red Stock
x i - Six Month's Time on Bankable Paper Bearing Tern
I CM Tj OT OaitJ. Per Cent Interest.
N. C. Pederson, owner
COL. H. P. COLRSEY, Auct. F. W. HARRIS, Clerk
CLOSING OUT SALE!
We, the undersigned, will sell at public auction at our ranch six miles
south of Reno, and 18 miles southeast of Alliance, on
Wednesday, Nov. 20
H. F. Mother MSSS ;i ri to CtNMk
ron on lnisltipim flie lout of tln Hftl
lie mm n on Monthly.
U B. Snow In on n trip to ShotldAn
Mrs M Wilson hih) ofiildmi w.-nt
to CladfOQ S.-iturdiiy on n visit .
Mrs Dr. V. M. wont to
Mltchi'll on Kr1 lay to visit with h. r
Wjiyiif W4I.SOI. wwit to hit home
In en-torn Neb- :iKkn KrWIiiy to Jlnu
his wile who W n UMTt a U ilayn
Mioses MaiKli and Vinni Spin hi
went to l.incoli on a visit, le.ivlim
Allljnnv Thursday nlnht.
Mart lii Urlstol, well known In the
hardware business in the North
IMatte valley, whk In Alllniue FrWay.
rcMuniinn to Mitchell the same day.
T. C. Molly, a larse sheep buyer
in the North Platte valley, paA8l
thru Alliance Friday with a train
load of sh'eep. They wtll bo fatten
ed In the valley this winter, return
ing to Omaha 10 market in the
Mr and Mrs K M. Mrooinc. Mrs
.John Wttter and Mrs. Swniusoti went
to Crawford Friday noon to attend
a party there the same eveniti!.
They rcfimml SmUhiIjiv
A. V. Officer, nianaKer of the
Bcottsibjuff Suniir company, WM In
Alliame Friday on liis way to Shori-
daa, Wyoming. The sunar company
Ket its rtw) from Sheridan and he
made the t rip there in connection
Mr and Mrs. M. I). Nichols re
turtle Monday from their week's
visit in SlieriKlan, U'yo. "Nick" K
still walking on crutches as a result
of the injury received before KOlii)i
on the iist Sto heridan.
Flav Wright, the popular auction
eer of ScottsWuff, wag in Alliance
Wednesday on business. From here
he went to Ord, Nebr., where he
will be gone for about ten at
tending to business matters.
S. K. BSBflOdf, of IVill.u in. Ne
braska, east of Alliance, VH in town
Saturday a'coiiiMiniel by his fat Iter.
W. W. llabcoi-k. These gentlemen
had been in the North Platte Valley,
where they own considerable real es
Mrs. 1a. A. Prue of Nebraska City.
Nebraska, who has been visiting her
daughter, Mrs. A. 11. Records, went
to Falrbury, Nebraska, on BstunSSf',
where she will isit before returning
to her home.
Kev. A. M. BOlItfa, of Torrfcllgton.
passed through Alliance on his way
to Chicago on Saturday.
o BELMONT ITEMS o
the following described property:
Eighteen head of cattle, consisting of 8 good milk cows to
be fresh in the spring; 2 yearling steers; 3 yearling heifers; 5
Nineteen head of horses, as follows: Eight brood mares in
loal; 3 three year olds; 3 two year olds: 3 colts: 1 saddle horse;
1 two-year-old mule. This is all good boned stuff and all old
enough are broke to work.
Eight head of hogs, as follows: Two brood sows; 3 shoats:
3 fat hogs.
About four dozen chickens.
Farm machinery consisting of 3 mowers, 1 hay rake, culti
vator, 1 disc, 2 harrows, 3 wagons, 2 buggies. 2 spring wagons
household and kitchen furniture, including 3 cook stoves and 3
heaters, and many small articles too numerous ,o mention.
TERMS OF SALE: Ten dollars and under, cash; over that
amount, a credit of six months time will be given on bankable
paper drawing 10 per cent interest from date of sale.
Free lunch at noon.
This is positively a closing out sale and everything will be
sold, as we are going away.
C. H FARLEY
g l. 2l s"ltey : mmm vi. C. HAWORTH Owners.
C. C. Smith, Clerk R. HAWORTH j
The largest vote cast in Kvcrgiven
precinct the last election that has
been ca.-t tor man v yea rs
William Abbott is hauling sonic
hay to llelmonl this week.
ThrtslK IV at .l)m Phelps place.
Horn to .Mr. and Mrs Ferd Wend!
n fine baby boy. of wlii h they are
both Justly proud. Ferd wears the
nig smile these days.
W. A. Hack ! taking a ahon .i
eati.;u and Miss Scofielri, uciins us
third operator llHmon! in bis place
Die literary at Mclniwii was not
attended as largely as we would like
to see hist meeting, but all that did
atltnd, surely enjoyed themselves
Howard Pierce and wife are visit
tilK the home folks this week, and
brotmlrt that big boy along H
j looks Just like papa Howard would-I
u't let him vote this time but he
looked M though he wanted to.
Mr Faine has returned home from
I Ins Montana trip. He reported no
-now in that part of the country at
all and was surprised lo . see the
amount of snow we had he-re o
ally in the neasou.
The Misses l.lllie and Hclle Hie.,
or, Mrs A Gregory and Mis Tins
-! made a trip to Crawford Thurs
Mr. and Mm. Win. Ahhmi were
'ii town Tu -sda 1
Mrs). Palmer of Huftal.r (lap Is vis
iting Mlth her daughter. Mrs. Wall
The iir-A cafe at IVIiiiom is do
tug quite a business.
Forest Lumber Company
A. P. LEE, MANAGER
Complete stock of building material.
Special attention to mill work.
We sell coal for cash only, and give
you a lower 0rlce than we
could on credit business.
i i j.
PhelaHn,!speera Thursday, Nov.
Absolutely Guaranteed by Manager of Theatre as the
Best Dramatic Booking for 'i g i 2-' 1 3.
The, United Play Company
America's Greatest Drama
by Clyde Fitcl
TKe City vs. The Countiy
Where Was The Best In You Brought Out?
1 year Lyric Theatre. New York City.
6 months (iraiul Opera House, Chicago.
Mr. Koch has appeared before an Alliance
audience in "House of a Thousand Candles,"
"Port of Missing' and ''Servant in the House.
SCATS ON SALE AT HOLSTEN S DRUG STORK
PRICES: $1.00. 76e, 50c
BUY A MAJESTIC
The Majestic Steel Range is in a class by
itself. It has the reputation and is stand
ing up to that reputation. Come in and
$55 to $65
Cast Ranges of superior quality
$35.00 and up