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The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, January 16, 1913, Image 2

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Phone Your
Coal and Wood Orders
No. 22
Dierks Lumber & Coal Co.
Tom StaIos'
'
Store
113 BOX BUTTE AVE.
Is a tfootl place to buy Groceries, Flour,
Canned Goods, Fruits, Vegetables, etc. We
sell the celebrated Loup City Flour.
We have a big line of Workingmen's
Pants and Overalls; also Shoes for Men and
Women. Gloves, Hats, Caps, etc.
Groceries delivered promptly to any part
of the city.
PHONE 210
,v 1
HERBERT NELSON HERE
jo Fuel & Feed
BUY A
Gem Desk Calendar
for use on your desk during the
year 1913
The handiest appliance you can get for
keeping memorandum.
Price with Stand, $1.00
The Herald Publishing Co.
Herbert Nelson, formerly a popu
lar Alliance boy, who is now booked
by tho ilritt Lyceum Htirenu, of Lin
coln, wna In Alliance with bis com-
pnny Monday. From here they were
going to Livingston, Montnnn. for Hie
first number of n new contract. Her
bert ha Just finished n twelve
week' contract with the Hrltt Htir-
enu, in which he til very success
ful.
State of Ohio, city of Toledo, Lu
cas county, ss.
Frank J. Cheney make oath that
he l senior partner of the firm of
F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business
In the city of Toledo, county and
r.tate aforesaid, and that said firm
will pay the sum of ONK IICNDIIK!)
1'OLLAIIS for each and every case
of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
the use of HALL'S CATAHKH CURB
FRANK I CHBNEY.
Sworn to before me and subscrib
ed in my prwMIKO, this titli day of
December, A. I). 1886
(8eal) A. V. (ILFjASON,
Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern
ally and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system. ;
Send for testimonials, free. F. J.
CHBNEY & co.. Toledo, 0.
Sold by all druggists, 76c.
Take Hall s Family Pills for con
stipation. AdvL Jan. 2 .".0, Sept 4-25
NEW INTERESTING FEATURE
The Herald will shortly begin pub
lishing n series of Interesting and
laughable cartoons by a well known
eastern newspaper cartoonist. This
Bervice Is exclusive awl will be very
interesting.
Alliance a Good Town
Alliance is a mighty good town,
worthy of the beet of everything.
That's why we have joined Hie Ann i
lean Drug and Press Association and
offer to our people the Meritol line
of preparations, made by the Associ
ation and sold only t h rough its mi tu
bers. There Is nothing like tbOM
goods, guaranteed In every wav.
without an equal, made by experts.
We want Alliance people to have
the best there is, so we offer vou
ibis line. Ask to see Meritol goods.
F. .1. HRKNN A N.
dvert is"ti)ent .lan 2-:!0
MET FORMER ALLI ANCEITES
Miss Delia M. Reed, who arrived
Sunday of last week on her return
from Idaho, reports that she had a'
most enjoyable visit with Ik r par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Heed, at
Weiser, and with her brother, Clap
ton C. Reed, at Nam pa. She also
met a number of other people who
went to Idaho from Hox liutte coun
ty. Mr. and Mrs. S. M Llbby have
an irrigated farm at Weiser and MM
doing nicely. Mi and Mis. O l
Fosket, formerly or lleminm'ord,
have a farm on Snake river near
Weiser and are well satisfied. Mr.
and Mrs. Mcit King, who left Alli
an. e some four years ago, reside at
-N'ampa. Idaho. He is a railroad eon
dm tin running from Nampa to Hunt
ington, OreKon.
IferltOl Hair Tonic keeps the
scalp in a healthy condition, pre
vents the hair from falling out, re
stores it to Its natural color and if
used regularly keeps the hair soft
and fluffy. F. .1 HRKNN AN
Ad ert isenieiit .Ian 1-39
WEEK OF PRAYER
The annual week of prayer WHM
ili.-i ni'il five nights In Alliance by
union meetings, of five churches, the
pastor of each church preaching on
the night that the meeting was held
in his church. The nieeling Monday
i! '.nhi was at the I' P. church, Re.
Cuittrey preaching; Tuesday niglii
:rt the Christian cln r. h, Rev, Woten
preaching; Wednesday night at the
liaptist church, Rev. " :; Thurs
day at the First Presbyterian. He
BrOWB i Friday night at Hie M. K ,
Rev. Maker.
OMAHA GRAIN RECEIPTS
EXCEED FORMER
W. R. DRAKE'S
City
Meat Market
People of Alliance know the kind of Meats sold
and service given by W. R. Drake when running a
meat market before. With better facilities and bet
ter location, he can satisfy all old customers and
any number of new customers that may favor him
with their trade.
A Full Line Fresh and Cured Meats, Fish, Poultry, etc.
On the corner, Box Butte avenue and Fourth street
PHONE 40
5
Brings Oliver Typewriter
Send Ifi for the Olivet- Typewriter the machine will come a-Hying.
The newest Model No. 5 the regular $100 machine with no extra
charge for Printype.
For the price of a tfood fountain pen you secure the World's
Greatest Typewriter. S'ou can pay the balance at the rate of 17
cents a day.
This irresistible offer" is weeping everything before it. The
era of universal typewriting is coming. The triumph of the typew riter
over primitive pen and inU has been brought about by the same ma
chine that introduced visible writing.
TBe.
OLIVER
Typewriter
This is the typewriter whose high efficiency has made It the choice of
tho greatest firms and corporations. It is the simplest of all standard type
writers, yet the swiftest and by far the 111. st versatile. The moving parts
work freely in solid metal framework, making the machine so strong that the
hardest usage has no effect upon it.
NO, EXTRA CHARGE FOR "PRINTYPE"
Most people prefer to have the machine equipped 'o write in I'rintype.
This beautiful type is obtainable only on the Oliver Typewriter.
It is the greatest style improvement ever evolved for typewriters the
most easily read type in existence the type which conforms to that In uni
versal use on the world's printing pretMt! !
WIN SUCCESS WITH THE OLIVER
The Oliver Typewriter aids success-seekers in a multitude of ways.
The real-life stories of achievement that center wound it would fill volumes.
No matter what your work may be--in office, store, shop or home the
Oliver Typewriter will prove itself a great convenience and an actual money
It stands for order and system and success. It is the visible evidence
of progressiveness of its owner. Young people with brains, ambition and Ol
iver typewriters are succeeding everywhere. (an
you afford to let $5 stand between you and su cess?
Send for Special Circular and Art Catalog
Full details regarding the Oliver Kasy-I'urchase
I'lan, beautiful catalog and a specimen letter written
in I'rintype will be sent you on request.
Let this $5 offer awaken you to your need of The
Oliver Typewriter anil the ease with which you may
own it.
Remember $5 only and on comes The Oliver Type
maker.
Salts Department THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER COMPANY. 1905 Farnam St.. Omaha. Ntar.
YEARS
$53,000.00
BEING GIVEN AWAY
to those who act as the loeal ivpresetitati ves of
Everybody's Hagazineaml The Delineator
1
all in addition to liberal commission,
show you how you can
Secure a Share
1.. t
simply by forwarding the subscriptions of your friends and
! neighbors and collecting the renewals of our present sub
I Rcrlbera. Try for THIS month's prizes. There are lots of
prizes that can Im won only by ersons living in towns
same si.e as your own. Write at once to the
BUTTE RICK PUBLISHING COMPANY
HutterUk flutjg. New York City
Omaha, Neb.. Jan. 16. That the
tanners had a prosperous year is in- i
dlcated by the grain receipts. Dur
ing 1012. 6 1.5:14. SOU bushels of all!
kinds of grain were consigned to the'
Omaha market, ,(Mmj.oimi bushels!
more than in till, Corn was the
leader with JJM,eM bushels; wheat,!
12,2H7,(HKI, was second; and oats. '.,
106,000, third. Of the receipts. 42.
::.:.:: bushels were shipped from
Oinaha to other territory.
1914 CALENDARS
NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
My attention has been called to
iWawi MM where tenants are al
lowing large piles of hay to be stack-
1 on their premises, uncovered.
This Is contrary to the city ordin
ance which makes it unlawful for
; any person to stack or pile h.iy Of
(straw at any place in the city ex
Icept it be thoroughly enclosed in a
barn or shed with a good board or
1 shinule rnof 1 ilia! ill the
I
i good . ituens will live up to this law
and thus save the city time, ex
pense and perhaps avoiding a 0tV
: flagralioii.
T K. HOM1U, Kire Chief.
Alliance Cleaning Works
The place to briny; your clothes
For first-class cleaning and pressing
We make a specialty of night work
All goods called for and delivered
Phone 58 4034 Box Butte Ave.
We wish to notify the business i
men of Alliati'-e and neighboring!
towns that we will have- a maguifi ;
Mat line of Art CaK-nlar for 19 14,4
FORMER BANKER HERE
II W. Axtell. who is now engagvd
and request them to give us an op in the contracting business at Cold
port unity to show our samples ami en. Colorado, and who was foriuerh
quote prices before they give Hr.-irjin 'he banking business at Alliance,
ordete to traveling salesmen. We
are working to build up Alliance anil
northwest Nebraska, ami constantly
advocate giviisg home dealers firs'
cltance. All we ask is that business
mn of this section re iprocate to
the extent of giving us an opportun
ity to compete with the agents who
are not Interested in this country.
having a bank where the lludwelser
saloon is uow located, stopped oer
in Alliance Friday for a short visit
with friends here, lie" was a pros
pective bidder on the new court
house.
George Darting made
Homier Saturday.
trip
v 11 w vmM-mimxw vjh
mmt mm wimmm i h -
4ttBUHHHt?""i
Dray phone 1
DYE & OWENS
Transfer Line
Household goods
moved promptly
ft . and transfer work
solicited.
Residence phone 636 and Blue 574

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