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The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, November 21, 1912, Image 2

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solved once
for all by Calumet.
For daily nse in millions of kitchens has
proved that Calumet is highest not only in
tj utility but ix leavening fknvtr as well un
failing in results pure to the extreme and
wonderfully economical in Me, Ask your
grocer. And try Calumet Dill bake day.
RECEIVED HICHEST AWARDS
v. o . Par
r cc a e.poiition.
ChiMS. III.
Pmr I poi
ton. frinu,
Marsh,
Vou on ' sat) money utnen Jiou itijf
thtap or big-can baking powder. Don't
I misled. Buy Calumet. It's more
economical more wholesome gives
best results. Calm.::' is far superior to
sour milk and soda.
NELL ACHE90N RETURNS
Popular Alliance young lady returns
from extended visit with east
ern friends.
NHIe A:h n. ho left
caul on Annual !th linn re
to her IMM In Alliance, ar
Friday nt nocn. Win n the
returned
Miss
for tin
t limed
rlrtas
Aapffl walls of Chicago
MM Bin- nccompnned them.
Ml Aeheson on her trip visited
with the 'spenwnll family for two
month, taking complete MIM
In Ikmiestlr Sc Icik nl one of the.
In nee OktOMJt Institutions She. in
company with Miss Itutli Aspen w a 1 1 .
MM an exti MM trip lo Deerfield.
Wlncetiftin, where they visited Minn
Aspen Willi's grandmother and to
Lake Mills. Wlsconson, where they
visited Miss AspenwalTs aunt.
On her way home Miss Acheson
visited with Mrs. II II Menefee, In
Omaha Mm. Mcnclcc was I rem
dent ol Alliance for n number of
veirs and lias ninny trienus acre
Mis Achcsi; n was in Oniiiha visit
ing fib lids lor about ten days.
At Lincoln she slopped over for
a couple of weeks. visiting with
the It. I! Hamilton family. These
people were formerly Alliance peo
ple She also visited with Kev.
and Mrs. Cordon, formerly of Alii
pastor of the L idled Presbyterian
church In A II in ncc and is DOW lo
cated in Lincoln
The many friends of Miss Aeheson
are glad to have her back with
them again ' U) take her part in
the social life of the youger Bet,
with whom she Is very popular.
1'iaded the MMM ar with spurts that
he brouglit the apple in.
Mr Lnndrigan Is a voier in the
same wnrd with governor- lect More
head nud states that he has a very
high opinion of the new governor.
MM Is highly respected In hi home
city.
RETURNS TO MILWAUKEE
Dr. W. T Kikner, who was located
at lb iningford for a number of
yi ars and more recently at Mason
Cliy. Nevada. was In the city
last Friday arranging his at'fnu - be
fore going to Milwaukee l)r Klk
1 1 t left Milwaukee about ten yi ars
In-. .111 nf iimii health ami lo
en t ed in westtrn Nchraska
a fortune In
real
when
ob-
Ii r amassed
tAte.
Dr. Kikner returns to th utai'f of
Trinity Hospital in Milwaukee and
takes up his old work. He Is now
in fine health and eager to take up
his chosen profession
McKELVIE ELECTED TO
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
CANDIDATE
FOR DEPUTY
AUDITOR.
STATE
Jijm
W. L. Minor, postmaster at Mor
rill, Nebraska, is a candidate for
the appoint mcni of Deputy State
Auditor Mr Minor has always
taken an acilve part in western Ne
braska Mitics and is a lending
Iti'imhli'-an Petitions urging his
throughout this end of the state
and we underslaiul thai he. has a
very good chance of securing the
appointment unrli r W. It Howard.
ilw. Iteniililicaii candidate who was
elected on November .rth.
Mr. Minor was an Alliance visitoi
mi Mnndav. StOilM from here In
Lincoln In connection with his candi
dacy.
'i the absence of complete re-
niins H seems that s. K McKtivn-.
pilhlisher of The Nebraska Fanner,
has been elected lieutenant govern
or by a vote ot soiuetiung near to,-
nun more than his nearest competi
tor. In view nt the tremendous
plurality given Wilson for president,
and the defeat of (lovernor Aldrich
for re-election, this splendid vote for
McKelvie conies as a ine compliment
to him. He is a Dative Nebraska!!,
the youngest man ever to haw- been
lected to Hiis office in Nebraska.
ind his good vote no doubt resulted
because of his successful business
ireer and his clean, progressive rec
ord in public life.
BUSINESS TRIP EAST.
VISITS ALLIANCE FIRST
IN MANY YEARS.
TIME
Contractor
See me before you build.
1 can do vour work and
ean do
sav:
f:r work
you money
Mrs. f. m. O'Ltnn, of Caadron
mother of Klizabeth Smith, librar
ian of the Cbadron PubHc Librar)
was in Alliance Monday on a con
teal case before the government
land office.
Mrs. O'Ltnn had net been in Alii
attoa since the court house was
mow d from lb mingfonl and when
coming through Heiniugford and be
MBf Informed that it had been moved
by train to Alliance many years
ago was very much surprised. Sin
was very much surprised at the
Iowa ol Alliance also, which was
i,l.l a little village when she last
saw it .
ANOTHER HIM. M008BR
The quietUS may have MX'D put
on the big stick for the ttflte bi-Ui
and rneodore may he quietly pass
leaf his time at Ojster Hay. Tin
cold weather may conn and old Bow
s may shake the earth vtfh M
wintr blasts. Democratic presidents
may oome and go, but it all make
no differen to .Joe Smith, of tin
lli' force), fOf it's a healthy
lausrhhu! si pound baby boy. born
a! eleven thirty o'clock Sun-day
morning and .loe says he showed
his teeth the '.vry first ihing so lo 's
sure to be a true Dull Ifooaer. Thbl
mains th third hay in Joe's family
and they're everyone thoroughbred
BuH Mooters like their pofMiVar
Ban
Drug
A adereon,
Store. W hi
of
to
the Holsten,
Lincoln and
Omaha Friday
over m laacoin
purpose ot wtnic
foot ball game.
night. He stayed
Saturday for the
'sing the big Varsity
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Reported by F. E. Reddish, Bonded
Abstracter, Box Butte Coun
ty, Nebraska
Win Itusi to Virginia Itusi NK'j
MO LM-li-47 $1
f. m . Brooma n City of AlUan e.
lots ."i A ;, blk II and MM I, blk 11'.
first add to South Alliance $1.
0 rover Broylee to Prue Bfoylee s
BVi N B ' i 14-3449 wad
all that part of NWU 30-24-48 lying
west of Kit rigiit Of way $."u.
Krnt ; t Decker to Rot Macketi, lot
It; l)lk IS Alliance IS400.
U s to WtB Rust N'K1, 20-26-41
Pa.' out
f S to .las Kennedy lt-tfe81 l'at.
Dirard Trust Co to Dollie I'lu-ce.
SU'i, I0-2S-47 700.0b
Katliat'iua Nag'l to Qep Nagel N
W', lt-Sft-49 $1.
Henry () Wildy to I'alvin ildy N
SW'4 I424-A2. l.
V s to m Uturaaa xw'4 7-ttft0,
N 1 1 1 12-tMl Patent.
0 S to LydlH Corbett S'L. SI-:'4 A.
SWV, :::;l-4!) Patent
lidisn to trustees of Church
lot 4. blk L Nebr add to
500.
'.Li-land to (' W Swift E't
1.
McCorkle to Levi Detttca
i SK',, BV SU', sec II,
( si p 1 ::. all of sec 14,
.'.. n I-' 1 ( aac S3 NVj x
140400.00
W SV Norton S'i
1009.
Pre Robblaa BH
i
BM
Pians & Estimates burn
ished Free.
o.
Is
MOON
West Florida Lands
Snmll tarais, improved and tin
a proved, BfMter tanns t pur;
( uera than rent, crops Brown
a.i the year ion ml. Orangea,
peoana, ticjs, corn anil cotton.
Heajthy climate; tn'berculoaia,
t&thma, catarrh, rbenmatiam, all
rj aappear bere. Largv bodies
oi tine timber lands. Bxcellant
i.: 11 sites, subdivision! tn the
i p water city of Pennaacola
AsU iiw QqoatifMH. tlie hnafrera
I a PBEE.
Charter Land Co , Pensacola, Florida
Advertiaetnent 1568 l" 13t
fa lu r.
- - 4
MAKE TRIP TO SCOTTSBLUFF.
CbaSi Ri '''old. president of .'li('
Hrai National hank, oooutpaatod by
bis son. Bujesie V- TOtA, assistant
eashler of i Ik bank, made a trip to
Beottablttff the las; of tin' we. k.
w in', there they Btade trip throuth
the s. oitsbiuft Bujtar roaway faa
tory whfli m aparatlM) aratki faM
fori c.
LOCATES AT NEW CASTLE.
1 phaj m I'hifer, erhe baa haaa
httAlUan.e for a number of years, is
now located at New Castle. W'yolti-
jinn. He srrlUH The Herald aakshf
that bis paper be seal there.
Mary
of Oarl
Alllanee
Ja M
1 4-r
John
bat igli.
al I see
W, sec -'-: -SO
1'rank PMIItp to
sec ::i and W 'j I
Lydla ('tfibett to
SK', :i::-J4-4(i Too.
Peter Rowtand to Thomas RowtaAd
lot :; blkS Shoridan a lo All.au.e 300.
Math) a C rteatimonl to OeorM b
Taylor K's sec S1-2S-60 WW.
k w Raj to John c Wdaht, lots i
and '-' i!' c.- l'I box butte add to al
liance 400
I- B to W i.i Andrtts BH SW'1., pec
1 B 1 1 N B 1 4 see 1 i w . m c 12 x i
H WWH sec 13 twp M ringe siPat.
ii. .v. Van Ni-e to w m Lee lot T.l
blk B Bberktao to Alliance 1 .00 1
I
t s tc Vdcntrr.n .i hord s1- sec
A7. J. HAMILTON'S
The advance of this store to
the front is due to Quality of
the Goods and Low Prices. A
trial order will convince you
that we can save you money
on your groceries
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
ROB ROY COFFEE
steel cut, no chaff to spoil the flavor
of the coffee. Every can warranted
TRY A SACK OF OUR
Snow Drift Flour
27 live young 'Turkeys
for Thanksgiving. Get your order in NOW
PHONE 589
404 BOX BUTTE AVE.
AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE CHEAP
Two Ford Roadsters, one
Metz and one Cartercar.
Splendid values for the
money. I also have a
mail route to let.
J. C. McCORKLE
M, NV
ECHOES FROM CHAORON
Chadro'i Happenings Always Interest
Cur Readers
BRINCS APPLES TAKES
SPUDS.
BACK
William l.uu.lriKuti,
eariaa4 of Baa
I'allo it. ..'lir;s!;;i.
who brought
spplai taQNi
a short tiint
ma. raturn i
araajr srttli
MNHsty aaada.
axchaaa ;
tu l-'al'.s t ' i 1 Sat-
carload ison r.mte
li ih saM that a fair
no robbery aa
!.. i NIC. 1-.V27-.C
pistaol
Lbscolo 1. ami i uiaay to Julia M
Brooma tot I i'-k I ' Box Butte, add
AlHaaea i"r-
Bvarajfaaa Camaasrj to Clark
lot 22 blk A Evergreen C'emotefy In
WrlsM Praelaot.
i.iwi.. M:u-kf 11 Katia ChHaitaB,
lo- 11 blk I Httcbeoek, rlilli & Baad-
. U. rs
.ulil to All aii'c
SO i
ONLY A FIRE HERO
but the irowd caaafaQ, as, wilii
bunitxl hands, lit hold up a small
round box. "FattDWt!" he shouted,
"this Bttoktoa'a Aialoa Balva 1 hold.
baa everythillK beat for burti "
ItiBiit! also for boils, ulcers, sore-,
jiluiples. eet-ma, euts. siiiuiii.-., brin
es Surest pile cure. It .sulilufc iu
ilainmatlou. kills pain. Only 2) eta.
at FYad K llolsieii's.
Mr. ; n iioo iviutmi
trip touth on Satuniax
f riu 1
Alter readiag of so nany aaoplo
hi our town abo bava baaa oarad by
loan's Kldae) Pills, th- question
aataraUj arise.-: tbls medicla
equalli sueoaaaful la our aalaaaorini
towns?" Tbs Baaaroui ttateusai ol
this Chadroa raaldani leaves wj
room tor doabi on pile point
limes a. Kersey, s Main Bt
Cbadron, Nebr . Mjre: "I '';1V' aaad
Doan'S Kidtuy PUIS at several oe
taaloaa aad 1 am sure thai they are
well worth recommending, i had
s!u.ht symptoms of disordered kid
Beys aad as there has baaa Briiht'e
disease in my family for .-.everal
gem rations, 1 decided to try Daaa'a
Kah:. Pills Tbls remed) sooa com
nletel) cured me. I believe Doaa'l
Klrinoi Pllla 10 be uneuualled for
kuim y dleordere."
For title by all dealer--. Price 50
cent. FojWr-MUburn Co., Uuffaio,
New York, sole asent for the Unit
ed States
Remember the uame - Loaa's and
take no ocuer
Nells
HOES
Look Over His Line
Hatt an, Edwin Burr, E. P. Reed, and Sher
wood Ladies' line is the finest line shown
west of Chicago by any retail dealer.
Look Them Over

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