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he Drake Hotel is nm to
serve Luncheon, Parties or Ban
quets at any time. Don't bo afraid
to talk with tho management about
the menu or decorations.
BOWMAN & SON
Coal and Wood Orders
Dierks Lumber & Coal Co.
Succetsorto FriRk Wallace,
Mr. and Mm. Andrew Tsacher and
Mother and father ami Mrs Henry
Casncling prp Incnininii paswngern
from Wisconsin where tftsjjf have
been visiting for the lam few wwks
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hansen WgfU
passenger to Alliance cm 44 Wennes
dav returning on 4'; Friday.
M iss Alice rounefil returned
We dn'-sday from a visit with
Dohson family in Iowa
Miss l.'-i Men bant wait an
eoming pUMflf on 4:! Friday
will spend the winter with ('. .1.
ly and family.
Miss Hazel Hlekey was an Alliance
visitor between trains Saturday. Mer
-.Istcr Miss Liny eocoflipeatfed her
QOOTg Maker left the last of the
wwk for his old home in Vermont.
Mtss Kthel (Jlaze, who has been
assisting with the work at the com
merrlal hotel left on 44 Friday for
Allianre where Hhe will visit her
LIVE STOCK PRICES
AT SOUTH OMAHA
Fat Cattle In Active Demand and
25c Higher tor the Week.
HOGS FULLY 5 TO 10c HIGHER
SAYS HURRAH FOR WILSON
An enthusiastic subscriber of The
Hero hi at Canton. Nebraska. sends in
a remittance paying his subscription
to January 1, 1!14. and says. "Ilii
roh for Wilson May Cod blew hin
The Herald appreciate thin kind of
subsi riber and we are mire that
Wilson appreciates this kind of -i -porter.
(!. II. ( 'In ton was
. . .
a passenger to
Office at Rodgera'
Grocery, Phone 1.
and transfer work
Ret. phone 583
The Voice That
Those young women whose voice you
best calling "number," are important per
sonages telephone affairs,
li i the operator who applies Intelligence
tu ,i machine that never stops the human
element that acta unerringly to control the
wires to summons aid in limes of disaster,
to call the doctor in case of accident or to
give assurance tliat dispells fear.
Mrs ll. L. BwhuMi returned bone
Sunday from PrMMMl where lite
haa been saantthm the past pot
weeks with her daughter Mrs. ('. U,
Mrs. Lena llrition was a passon
K-r to Alliance Saturday where she
visited wiih her daughter Mrs
('rank Potmcsil until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. K. L. I'ierce
over to S. ottsblul'f Sunday.
Joe Weaek was a paaaenger
Alliancn Monday, going down on bus-
Miss Zola Shepherd returned from
Alliance where she haa Im'cii at the
hospital for the past two weeks.
The human element of
switchboard gives it tin
efficiency for increasing the joy of social lift
for facilitating the activity of business affah
and for bringing help In case of need.
Nebraska Telephone Company
MOLES AND WARTS
Removed with MOLESOFF, without pain or danger, no matter how large
or how far raised above the surface of the skin. And they will never
return and no trace or scar will be left. MOLESOFF is applied di
rectly to the MOLE or WART, which entirely disappears in about six
days, Killing the germ and leaving the skin smooth and natural.
MOLESOFF is put up only in One Dollar bottles.
Eack bottle it tirwardid postpaid in iicupt al price Is r.tatly packed in a plain case, ac
compamed b full directions and contains enough nmeoy to if inote eight or ten ordinary MOLES
ir WARTS. We sill MOLESOff under a positive GUARANTEE, if it (ails to timiti flit MOLES ir
WART we will promptly nfund tin dollar letters from personages ari all know, togethe; with much
valuable information, will bi mailed (roe upon request
a. B. Clark had the tntatortune
net his wrist broken Monday.
Kd Mabin Is the owner of a new
IVird car which he purchased of K.
i.. pierce Saturday, This makes the
second car that Mr I'iercc lias sold
in bte past weak.
is B, .I'dinson shipped earttla to
DR. F. W. BOLAISD
First Door South of Post
office Hemlngford, Nebr.
Sr-eep aod LjMb Run Light for Week.
Fat Lambs and Sheep 25c Lower
Than Week Ago Feeder Selling at
Union Stor k Yards. South Omaha,
Nov. II cattle receipt! wars quite
light 'hi week, alrout -'2,O0 head be
ing received. There has been a
strong, health) Bttdt rtoat to the trade
foi tat t at tie all week and artcea an
Jjc higher for the week. Inquiry for
cows and heifers has been vigorous
from start to finish and the bulk of
the fnlr to rood batcher anil beef
tock is goiag at $4.60Q o.7o EtaslneM
III stoc kers md feeders has been Of
onl moderate volume, but a good
clearenoe is prohable ami dosing
quotations are right around 1 ." ?j li
higher for the week.
CaMle quotatiens: Choice to prima
beeves, ftS.7Sf9S.7l; good to choice
beevee, $8.86498.76; fair to food
beeves 7.25fJ 1.00 1 common to fair
beevee, l4J.00fJ7.0O; good to choice
heifers, $6.760?.H); good ro choice
rows. l5.S049ft.SO; fail tO good grades,
M.SO49S.40; cannera and cutters. $::.'jr.
04.40; veal Calves, $.", 0&4J I 00 ! bulls.
tags, ate., 1400(96.00; choice to prime
feedr is, $7.00497.80; good to choice
feeder, 10.25(90.75; r.ilr to good teed
ers, 5 7SQ4.25; common to fair teed
ers, I ."i.tMifi .1 ..",; stock ows and heif
ers. ll.50CtO.00; choice to prime fat
beevee, 7.SO0ft.iS; good to choice
Urasi beeves, I6.S0497.50; fair to good
grata beevca I6.2506.7S; poor to felt
grass beeves, $5.5006.00,
About 1,00 ' hogs were received t
dav, making the total lor the five days
foot op tO, I head. Hogs sold any
where from steady to I big dime high
er, with the majority of the offerings
being dispose 1 of at a rang"' of $7. 604J
7 15, as compared with I7.7507.SS
Thursday. The best hogs reached $K.u.".
a nickel higher than any other mar
kef in the ountry.
Sheep and lamb receipts were rather
light for the week, only 81,000 head
heinc received Both fat sheep and
iambs have suffered a decline of about
25c dining the week, while anything
in the feeder line Is selling at stronger
Quotations on sheep anil lambs:
I a mlis. good o choice. 7.OO07.t5;
lambs, fair to good, 16.6006.90; lambs,
feeders, $6.5006.40; yearlings, good to
choice light, $4.7505.25; yearlings,
heavy. $4.6007.45; yearlings, feeders,
$4.5006.10; wether, good to choice,
$ ! 60(9 4.86; wi there, Fair to good, $8.50
04.00; wethers, feeders, t? 7."f; 4. in;
ewes, good to choice, $8.6004.00;
ewes, fair to good. $8-2508.60; ewes,
feeders, 63.0003.25; ewes, yearling
breeders. $4.5005.00; cull sheep and
bucks, $1 5049 8.00.
CASH PRICE LIST
Cash prices in effect at present time are as
Sunshine Wait land Lump, delivered, 8.75
Sunshine Maf., washed nut, del., 8.50
Monarch (lignite), delivered - - 6.25
J. H. VAUGH AN & SON
Wholesale and Retail Feed and Fuel
Phone No. 5 213 Box Butte Ave.
HOMESEEKERS' RATES TO
These are made Xoveinbr.
Southern TOO rial rates in
patronage has developed
r 6th and ISth, December 3rd and
effect every day; the increasing
1 large number of moderate priced
ping places besides the palatial hotels. TIIK I'A.VAM A CANAL: lla
yen thought fit" seeing this great work before tho water is turne
in? Complete steamer tours from New Orleans.
This country draws each year an Increasing number of winter tout
ists The Burlington's through sleeper service is via Denver, Seer
tc Colorado BBsl Salt Lake, with Choice of routes beyond, whether t ,
Ban PranoiSCO or Las Angeles.
TO 1,0s ANGBLE8 VIA SANTA P EC ROUTE; through tourist sleep
ers leave Omaha every Tuesday night and Denver Wednesdays, gi
ing via Santa Ke direct line. Grand Canyon Koute, to lxs Al
galea. This is an ideal Winter route.
TO CHICAGO, INTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCK EXPOSITION:
This show, which interests thousands of Western grower
ers, will be held November :itlth to December 7th.
Qe( In touch With your nearest ticket agent, or with the undersign
e!. Lei us help you plan any kind of a Winter tour you have g mint:
Free literature. 'California Kxcursions." "rrc'fic Coaal Tours," "8outi
ern Tours;' and all kinds of Illustrated descriptive publications Of Soutl
ern and California Line.
J. KRIDELBAUGH, Agent
L. W. WAKELEY, G. P. A.,Omah;
Pleaae mention this
paper rheo anawerinii
Qnarantsed by the l'la. Du
Druga Act. Jons 80, 1906.
Florida DiatributinB Coniauy
i ributioi i 'o under the
Scii;il No. IMUl.t,
The Palace Feed and Sale Barn
J. B. HUNSAKER. PROP.
Convenient Location, up-to-date facilities,
courteous treatment, best service, charges
Your Patronage Sol icited
Corner Second St. anil Laramie Ave.
ALLIANCE, - - NEBRASKA
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WOMEN DON'T SUFFER
W' cann.it understand why any
wumaa should be content to suffer
from any of the m i:iy dlisaaoa pe
culiar to her sex. when we offer for
In r use in overcoming lb see ail
ments and in restoring her io health
ttexaii Vegetable compound, acoom
paaylag each sale with the positive
guarantee thai if it Seen not relieve
her trouble, we win rwfaad Um m n-
ey paid lor it nexaii vegetaoie
Compound kt prepared from dreagi
carefully selected, scteatiflcall) com-
bincd. and known to ha of great
service kl Bee treatment of all fe
male ailments, among which SfO
painful menstrual ioti, troubles m i
Scttl io the change of lifa and prog.
Baacy, ovarian colli-, uterine pains,
and pa. as in the back and laiBS due
to txeaeasfve itoosttlvrif as of aerv
ous Maomia and inuseular tlgaaes of
tha pans affected it contains no
narcoiics or habit liiriiiing drugs You
gag) n -e it wiih the s a lee" steed leg
that if it d.M-s not relieve your ail
ing condition ead help peatoes you
to heaHh, we will rnfaad your asas
e Prtoa, 1 "" Sold ill this com
aaaait.v only at our store. The Hex
all store f pj Moisten
dvei ui aj 47-J-1 475 )
Dr M. Lin- and wife returned
from a trip up i he river on Kridav.
P4444444 S4s44)sa4)4444)4s4s4 h-e-i-w- 444-
Carney and Colorado
Both Lump and Nut
Let us figure on your
Phone orders receive prompt attention
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