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should be represented by an
advertisement in the
of The Herald. It will be a
complete and reliable direct
ory of the city of Alliance. It
will contain much informa
tion about Western Nebras
ka. Several thousand copies
will be printed. The price
will be five cents per copy.
Advertisers are now reserv
ing space. Regular rates
Detains, HeminKford, pt.
1 20 ')(.
I A FOR THE PUBLIC HEALTH 1
The sign of the Toilet and
Medicinal preparations of the
American Drug & Press Association
A mutual organization of the druggists and news
paper men of the country, formed for the purpose
of providing for the general public an Absolutely
Guaranteed, Dependable line of
Remedies and Toilet Articles
A pre(Mtration foe. each specific purpose, the comxmition of
which ia known to every druggist who sells it and money
back withou rj i u r aIOft To fchefeustotntYrrb buy it If is
We have joined this association because we believe in the
Merit!" Remedies; because we know there is nothing better.
We have the exclusive agency for Alliance. We invite
you to call and see this splendid line.
F. J. BRENNAN
Ralph O, .tnckson. Chadron. Nebr.
part of 14 29 4!
John L Wohr. Alliiince, all of e .
Harry C, Kcnnard, Ellsworth, pail
of 1 and :: 24-43.
Kraak 11. Thompson. Ellsworth. Nc
br., part of sections and 9-22 t !
Oeorito K. ShafOW, Hnrrlsbure;. all
Henry C, Hloomflcld, Oary. Nebr .
part or 4 and 6-18-68.
Samuel V Hoed. Mitchell, part of
C-26 and sec. .11-2.1-fiR.
William Kuan. Long Knk
21-24 45 and M-ST-lfl.
Thomas Huller, Alllan'e. part
(povei- ( Sutton, part of Rection
Hark H. Morten. Kackott
part or 211 and 26-20-43.
II: y Kay. Mitchell, part or
Hubert W. Hopkins. Mcdrew,
S2 and M 20-5.1.
Marcus A. D'vnsher. Rnckett
o sections 12-i:i and 14-21-42.
Orltn M. Reed. Mlnatare, part
i:erctt Walker. Rislnjt City. part
Applications for Final Proof
I aoim anepneru. riarrison, pari oi
: S2 :;4-56.
0, W. Horn. Mlnatare, part or sec
Cnthryne K. Hlnke. Kllsworth. all
Kdward Haley, Harrifbuiv;, all or
12 and 13-20-67.
Grace Slinsbauni, HarrlsburK, part
or sections 11 and 12-20-67.
Wodle L. Hisel, TippeHs, Nebr.,
part of 2 and 11-20-41.
Ida M. Hinman, Hoffitt, part of"
Kdward E. Lewis, Mlnatare, part
of 1! and 24-23-6.1.
William H. Rockwell, Mlnatare, pt.
Rollle J. Reld, Mhiatare. part of
William Hreckner, Ring-ham, part
of 12-24-41 and part of sections fi and
Charles Wildcard, Mud Springs, pt
of 1 and 12-24-64.
John I, milm.uk. Wayside, part of
see. 13 and 24-34-60.
Daniel K. DaviB, Mud Springs, Ne
br., part of 22 and 15-26-53.
Leslie O. Shetler, Canton, part of
John H. Uonohoe, Ellsworth, jwirt
of 12 and 13-24-43 and 7-24-42.
Lambert Applegate, Minatare, part
of 12 and 13-24-54.
William H. Ehrinan, Orlando, part
of sec. 5, 6, 8 and 17-20-46.
.Limes P. Nlelson, Orlando, part of
6 and 6-21-45 and 31, 32 aod 1-21-46.
Fred Schoefer, Harrison, part of
Eugene D. Wood, Bridgeport, part
Arthur E. Eugate, Spade, Nebr.. all
James C. Britton, Marsland. part
George W. Britton, Maryland, part
Josaf John, Hay Springs, part of
s. m i in 31-28-44.
David C. Hunsaker, Marsland, part
of 12 and 13-28-62.
11 i i
U.S. Land Office Notes
Interesting News of Alliance
PUBLISHED EVERY WEEK
1 Bahl c-
You'll be de-
tHB kVv with ''e re
J Bit H Calumet Baking 1
' noleiB No disappoints
noB'al. SV. 8gy biscuits.
Juslike Isfliicsi, daintiest, most
unlTmHftai-ed aod roost deli
cl.ii itik )ou ever ate.
PjV ktillAiMilranr Wrl
Homesteads Filed On
Henry Potter, Tippets, Nebr.,
or sec. .13-20-41 and 4-19-41.
Catherine Walbridge, Alliance,
br., part of Me. SI and 32-25-44
Allan H. Lincoln, Bayard, Nebr.,
part or sec. 2X-.M and 34-22-61.
Krank Kloyd, Pawlet, Nebr., all of
Uorn H Cialt. Morrill, Nebr., all
William H. Packard, Harrisburg,
part of 14 and 23-20-67.
Hamilton Brown, Denver, Colo., pt.
of see. 22 and 27-21-4,!.
Frederick Knickerbocker, Lynn,
Nebr., part of 18 and lil-21-48.
Walker M. Lee, Alliance, Nebr.,
part of sec. 2 and 3-26-56.
Thomas A. Anderson, Henry, Nebr.,'
part of 26-21-50.
Mary Verner Brumley, Alliance, Ne i
; br.. all of 35-22-47. i
Maggie Andrus, Alliance. Nebr.. i
part of 26-22-47. i
Krank Kloyd, Pawlet, Nibr., all of,
Leora H. Cratt, Morrill. Hi br . all
William H. I'ackanl, Harrisburg,
Nebr.. part of see. 14 anil 2.: -2 -45. I
llamiltoii Brown, Denver, Colo., pt. '
of sec. 22 and 27-21-43.
Krederii k Knlckei bocker, Lynn. Ne
br., part of sec. I x and l-2l-4K.
Henry Potter, Tippetts, Ntbr.. part I
of 31 and 32-25-44 and 1-24-45. 1
Allan H. Lincoln, lluyaid, Nebr.!
part or set . 2X 33 and 31-22-51.
Ralph H. Tt.inputt. Alliance. Nebr.
pri r if ID-IT.
H. Arthur Smith, titling. Nebr.
pun Of 5 and 6-2U-56.
Kdward LeaakaB. Crawford, Xclir
part of nee. 8, and I (-.;. I-.'i'.'.
Usraa Hitler, Ncligk, Nebr..
Kdward Cooper, Oahkoh. Nebr
pari ol see. 35 and 34-19-43.
ina II. Sutton, Alliance. Nebr
of set-. 32-23-48.
Johu P. Jones. Mumper. Nebr..
pan of sec. 14 and 23-21-46.
Edwin T Patera, Lincoln. Nebr..
part o sections 17 aud 20-20-47.
James Mltera. South Omaha, part
ol set . and 28-21-28.
Order for Hearing .. ,
State of Nebraska, Box Butte Coun
At a County Court, held ut the
County Court Room in said county on
the 18th day of February. 1913.
Present L. A. Berry, County Judge.
In the Matter of the Estate of Ab-
ner L. Monroe, 'deceased.
On reading the petition of George
E. Hughes filed herein, praying that
administration of said estate be
granted to himself as administrator.
ORDERED, That, said petition will
be heard on the 10th day of March,
1913, at 10 o'clock a. m. That all
persons interested in said estate may
appear at County Court on said date,
and show cause if any there be why
said petition should not be granted;
and that notice of the pendency of
said petition and of said hearing be
given to all persons interested In
said matter by publishing a copy of
this order in the Alliance Herald, a
weekly newspaper published In said
county, for three successive wik
prior to said hearing.
L. A. BERRY,
ISEALI Count v .Indue
To Mary Catherine Feaiiat, and
Meade K. Kearlnx her husband,
Margaret M Rooney and Michael
Rooney her husband. Darius Good
win, Mary (5. Kenton, and William
K. Kenton her husband, Jesse Ly
dy anil Mamie Lytly his wife, Kran
Ldy anil Bessie Lydy his wife,
Leonard Goodwin. William God
win. William R. Armlngton and
Jane Armington his wife, whose
true Christian name is unknown,
You and each of you are hereby
notified that on the 6th day of Kcb
ruary 1913 the undersigned Armllda
M. Caven, as plaintiff, filed her pe
tition III the District Court In anil
for Box Butte county, Nebraska,
Mgainst you and each of you, im
pleaded with John II. Langford, Nor
man E. Langford, Lurille M. New
comb, James A. Langford and Mary
1 :mgford his wire, and William C.
Cavln, as defendants, the object and
prayef of which petition is to par
litlon the south half of the northeast
nuartir and the south half of the
r.orthwest quarter or stetlon twelve
tl2 in township twenty-rive (26),
north, range nrty-Uiree (53), west
of the Sixth Principal Meridian In
iotix county, Nebraska, and Iota
s!. 6 and seven (71 and the east
half of the southwest quarter of
section six (6) in township
twenty-five (25), north, range fifty
two (52) west of the Sixth Principal
Meridian la Box Butte county, Ne
braska, and that by a decree of the
Cmirt the Interests of the respective
parties, as helrs-at-law of John Lang
ford, deceased, and of Mary E. Lang
lord, deceased, be established and
i forth in severalty If the name
can be done without manifest injury,
and that partition of said land and
pieinises be made, and that from
the share and interest of the de
fendant James A. Langford there be
deducted and divided amongst the
others entitled thereto the moneyB
due from him for rents of the said
real estate amounting; to $160 and
lor permanent Improvements, viz:
fencos, removed by him to the value
ot $100 and for such other proceed
ings as are authorized by law in that
You are further notified that you
are required to Tile your answer to
said petition in the office of the
clerk of said Court on or before the
7th day of April, 1913, or aid pe
tition will bo taken aa confessed by
you and each of you.
H M 1 1 .1 M. CAVEN. Plaintiff.
By J. E. PORTER, Her Attorney
Notice for Service by Publication
Krank Reed and Louisa M. Reed,
his wife, defendants, will take no
tice that on tbe 6th day of February,
1913, Henry Cake, plaintiff herein,
filed his petiUon In the District
Court of Box Butte county. Nebras
ka, against said defendants, tbe ob
ject and prayer of which are to quiet
the title in the plaintiff upon the
north half of the northeast quarter
of section 23 and north half of the
northwest quarter of section 24 In
township 28 north of range 50 west
of the 6th principal meridian In Box
Butte county, Nebraska, and to ex
clude each and all of said defend
ants from any Interest therein.
You are required to answer said
petition on or before the 17th day
of March, 1913.
Dated Feb. 6, 1913.
HENRY OAKE, Plaintiff.
Burr, E. P. Reed,
Ladles line Is the
shown west of
Chicago by any
Look Them Over
Monarch No. 1 Dip
! 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
uuTamerd by J?eC Chemical Concern, Uawofo, Nebr.
' by 1. L. ACHESON
causes heartburn, sour
nausea, impure blood, and
more trouble than many
different kinds of diseases.
The food you eat ferments
in your stomach, and the
poisons it forms are ab
sorbed into your whole
system, causing many dis
tressing symptoms. At the
first sign of indigestion, try
the old, reliable, vegetable
liver powder, to quickly
cleanse your system from
these undesirable poisons.
Good water. Mo., says: "I
suffered for years from dyspep
sia and heartburn. Thedford's
Black-Draught, in small doses,
cured my heartburn la a few
days, and new I can eat without
distress." Try it
Insist on Thedford's
Benjamin H. Craig and Mrs. Craig,
his wife, first and real name un
known, William Craig and Mrs.
Craig, his wife, first and real name
unknown, and Birdie Craig and her
husband, John Doe, real name un
known, defendants, will take notice
that on the 30th day or August, 1912.
Hattie E. Sherwood, plaintiff, herein
filed her petition in the District court
of Box Butte county. Nebraska,
ngalnat said defendant, the object
and prayer of which are to quiet
title in the plaintiff to the nOftheMl
quarter (NEVit of section thirty-two
t.t-') in township t went y-st von 127).
north or range rorty-nine, west of
sixth principal meridian in Box Butte
county, NebraKka, as against the de
fendants and all persons claimtDS
through or under tht-m and to ex
clude the defendants aud each of
them from all right, title and inter
You are required to answer s;iil
petition on or before the 24th day
of March, 1913.
Dated Ft b. 13, I'M::
HA TIME E. BHERWOOD,
I liy vli-tue or an order of sale di-1
! rected to me from the Clerk of the'
i)iirit Court or nx Btitta oooary,
Nebraska, on a decree renired in
said court on the 17th day or Decern- i
: ber. A. D. 1912, in ravor or R M
! Hampton, as plaintiff, and against 1
Walfrid jounson and Clara Johnscu, 4
'rtS defendant, for the sum of one I
hundred forty-five dollars and sixty- t
five cents, with Intereat at 10 per
j cent and accruing coats, and direct .
ing that the premises therein de-
scribed, tow It: J.ot number seveB
teen (17 iu block number twaat)
(SO) in the first addition to the town
or Alliance. Box Butte county. N
I brjjka, be appraised, advertised aud
Isold as upon execution, to satisfy
saiil sum or one hundred forty-rlve ;
and sixty-five one-hundredths dollars,
and accruing coats, I have caused the
follow ing described land to be ap-
praised, low it: Um number seven
teen (17) iu block uumbtr twenty!
120) in the first addition to the'
town of Alliance, Box Butte county.
And will ofter the same to the
highest bidder, for cash in hand, on
the 24th day of March. A. D. 191.1. i
In front of the V4NM front door or ;
the court house In Alliance iu said
county, at the hour ot II o'clock a
m. of said day, when and where due
attendance will be given by the un
Dated February IK. 1913.
0, M COX,
Sherirf of said county
I 202-1 I t
We art prepared to do your
Fancy Cabinet Work
We operate a planing mill in conrrectwn
with our large Lumber Yard and ara able
to turn out high grade warn.
Gat our prices an Wood Tanks, Storm
Doors or Porches, in fact, anything you
wish made ta order.
FOREST LUMBER CO
Before Vo u Build
or Repair, Let
FIGURE WITH YOU
ON ALL KINDS OF
Carpentering and Contracting
Jobs taken, large or small. Jobbing a Specialty.
Estimates and Plans I'urnished Free.
Rates Reasonable. Work (iuaranteed.
1 1 KM INC F RD, N E BRASJC A
Coughs Are Dangerous
Ifatl frequently they lead to very
MriMM reMilis. No foujili should v-
r be netilected. Just as soon as It
UOoan a remedy should be sought.
We believe that the very bebt
treatment obtainable for coughs of
any description is Kexall Oh rtJ
li.uk Cough Syrup. We sell it un
der a positive Kuarantee that If it
noes not satisfy you and relieve your
tMSh your money back.
Itexall ('hero Hark Couah Sviup
helps destroy the disease germs
wtiicb are common causes of oush -li
l Ipa check violent spasms of iiu
I rouchial tubes and tends to soothe
the Inflamed membranes and nerves,
put'tag them in a condition of rest
so that the injured tissues may haw
i chance to heul.
Itexall Cherry Hark Cough Syrup
Uab a thoroughly agreeable taste and
s tcually good for young children or
lei pi opl -'" cents, "in ccnt. and
$i. Sold in this community only at
our store The Hexall Store K K
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