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I will sell at my place, two miles east and two miles south of
Alliance, the old Wesley Rodgers farm, on
TIES., JAN. 21, '13
the following described property:
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Mr. l.utWord returned Wundie
from ii short visit to her sinter In
It. A. Cook iK'coiniNinled (went)
en rloada of cattle to Central City
Mr. and Mrs. McLaughlin and
daughter were Alllnnee visitors over
Friday and Saturday.
K. A. Westover wn in Alliance on
business Friday and Saturday.
The New Year dance, while not ho
largely attended as the Thank Kg i
Ing hall, wna (uite an much of a
UCCest. The music was unusually
good, and the supper, prepared by
Mr. Marry, was enjoyed as only a
good supper can Ik enjoyed. Ie
spite the evere cold, there were a
number of people from Kllsworih
and surrounding country, na well as
a few from Alliance.
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1 bay mare 9 years old, weight
1400. 1 bay mare 2 years old, 1200.
1 iron gray mare 2 years old, 1300.
1 black mare, 5 years old, 1200. 1
sorrel mare, 6 years old, 1.200. 1
U spring colt. 1 mule colt.
1 Deering binder, 1 Deering mow
er, new; 1 McCormick mower used
one year, 1 Osborne mower, 1 Os
borne hay rake, Dane Jr. stacker,
Dane 4 wheel sweep, 1 Goodenough
sulky plow with breaker attachment,
1 walking cultivator, 1 riding John
Deere cultivator, 1 18 ft. harrow, 1
disc, one Monitor grain drill, one
10 milk cows, 6 giving milk, others
fresh soon. 6 yearlings, heifers and
steers, 1 two-year-old shorthorn bull,
good one. 2 two-year-old heifers
fresh soon. 8 calves.
5 shoats, weight about 50 lbs.
potato digger and one potato plant
er, two sets work harness, box
wagon, 1 hay rack and wagon, 1
spring wagon, 1 single top buggy,
cream separator, 1 Standard churn,
new. About 10 dozen chickens, 350
bushels snap corn. 8 or 10 tons
good wheat grass hay. 8 ft. steel
water tank. Miscellaneous stuff.
TERMS: Sums under $10, cash; over $10, 10 months' time
at 10 interest on bankable paper.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON
John M. Trueblood, Prop.
H. P. Coursev, Auctioneer
C. C. Smith, Clerk
I will sell at public auction on the Fred Huelle place, seven
miles north and six miles west of Alliance, three miles south
west of Berea, on
Tuesday, Jan. 28, 191 3
the following described property, to-wit:
Burr, E. P. Reed,
Ladles' line Is the
shown west of
Chicago by any
Look Them Over
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(By Jack the Ripper)
Joe Hills shipped a car of good
hoes to Ienver the latter part of
John Trueblood will travel for the
.Moline I'low Co. this season.
Lerrie Brandt Wtm seen limiting
lions io mark. I lately.
Mr. and Mrs. I'owell of southeast
of town were sight M-crs In the city
('barley Thompson has been haul
ing corn last week.
F. II. Vnndornn haB nearly finish
ed shucking corn for Joe Mills.
Twenty below at Mt. liose Sunda.
Prtty (old on hay hauler.
Joseph Hills returned from le,iiver
one day last week.
John Trueblood was looking over
his corn la si Sunday. 1'retty well
covert '1, isn't it, John?
a, a m
Ceo. Douglas was seen in i. n
one day last week with a lo.id of
Louis Hrand Is busy hauling hay
these cohl linys.
Jack the Hipper, Mt. Hose editor,
wiis seen hunting rabbits the first of
Mr. Trueblood Jr. wan hunting
coyotes last Wednesday.
We understand Charlie Honass is
going to give a dan v some time
soon. Hum about It, Charlie?
F. H. V'andoran lias been stacking
und hauling hay lately.
Joseph Hills was an Alliance sight
seer last, Saturday.
Monarch No. 1 Dip
1 to 75
Cures Scabs, Chases
Flies, Sure Death
Certificate of Government Approval on
THE BEST FOR
Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Poultry and Hogs
USE IT NOW
Guaranteed by RoC Chemical Concern, Lincoln, Nebr.
sod by J. R. ACHESON
6 Head of Cattle
8 Head Horses and Mules rftK
2400 pounds. 1 span of roan geldings, coming four and seven years old, weight 2000. 1
bay horse, live years old, weight 1300. 1 coming two-year-old mare mule, 2 coming
one-vear-old marc mules.
3 milk cows, 2 fresh sad 1 to be fresh soon. 1 com
ing yearling heifer. 2 fall calves.
S head of hos: 1 sow and seven fall pigs. 10 doen chickens.
Farm Machinery and Implements ; 'Tlmf '';
wagon and rack. 1 Deering 8-ft. binder, 1 5 -f t. McCormick mower, 1 Moline riding cul
tivator, 1 Moline 1 2-inch gang plow, 1 John Deere riding fitter, 1 disc, 1 1 S-ft. steel har
row, 3 sets work harness, 2 sets leather My nets, 1 saddle. 1 Kconeim Chief Clean separ
ator, 1 churn, many other articles too numerous to mention.
Sale begins at 1 1 a. m
Free lunch at noon
TffTIC g-C Qei If All sums ol ten dollars and less, cash; all sums over ten
1 tl CM aJJcIIC d,,n:trs. ten months time will he given on bankable paper
drawing Jo per cent interest. Two per cent discount for cash.
Jesse Trueblood, Owner
H. P. COURSEY, Auctioneer
G. C. SMITH, Clerk
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It It. Reddish is still under the
doctor's cure. He has been a very
.-irk man the past two weeks.
Saturday Clyde Coker took a trip
in the sand hills down to the ('Ionian
neighborhood to visit a week with
Miss llollie llagaman i.Mted Mm i
day with Miss Mable Carey at the
Hurtle West ley and Clyde Coker
visited Mian llurkholder's school one
day last week.
The cold weather has somewhat
abated and the beautiful llox Hut t :
kunshlne has come again. At thU
writlUS the weather ejiiins like i:
balmy sprint; day.
Kay 'Shanklin and Kd Kintc of AM
n nee were IT 1111 at the Coker home
Q, (i. CUtrkB and family were vls
I 'Uti Charley Carpenter's. Sunday,
and ri port a good time.
Sweep Your Floor
In the office, store and home the most
disagreeable nuisance is dirt and dust caused
by sweeping. This can be avoided bv usiftff
Paroline is a scientific compound of
Vegetable oils and other substances. You
sprinkle a small amount on the floor before
sweeping. It withers up and holds the dust.
It is antiseptic and prevents disease.
Paroline c?Stl very little. A small
amount goes a long way. Use it once. You
will wonder why von didn't yet it sooner.
For Sale at The Herald Office
in Any Quantity
Mr. Nettie Went ley flf the Cle
loan neighborhood is visiting Mrs.
W 8. Coker at this writing
J. C. Hawkins and wif were eall
it at (i O. Clark's, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A A. Wright wei.
visiting a the home of Mr. I'owel
;..?ar Here Monday.
Mr. Mtffnj has hU Umdiing (lone.
Mr. Van Hoskirk doing the work
Koy Shanklin la going
Forest Allen of Lakeside was In
Alliance, on business last Krtdaj
Any Kind of Fish You Want, Every Day
in the Week
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