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WILL VISIT IN ENGLAND
MV. and Mr. A. T. Lunn and
Arthur Leave for Viett in
Hie Native Land
WILL BE GONE SIX WEEKS
Mr and Mm. A. T. Uinn and
three children left on 42 Tuesday
morning for the east. They stopped
Id Omaha, where two of the children.
William and I a Hhea. will stay with
Mrs. I .unit's mother. Mrs. C. B.
Rodgers, while Mr. and Mi- l.unn
and Arthur are away on their irl
to England, Mr. Dunn's native land.
They will leave New York, March
th, on the White Star line ship,
Celtic. They were planning to at
tend the Inauguration of President
"WlNon, at Washington, March 4th.
They will vlalt a number of places
In Kngland, but their principal stay
will be at West Klrby, near "Liver
pool, at which place Mr. I.unn's
mother and sister reside.
Before leaving Mr. Dunn kindly
promised to furnish The Herald
dome Items about their trip and vis
it, giving us permission to make
such use of the item as we see
fit, which will be to give our read
ers the benefit of them.
WIVES SURPRISE MACHINISTS
The Machlnists met at their rcgu
lar meeting In the M. B. A. hall on
Monday evening. Their wives and
friends got together and save them
a welcome surprise in the shape of
delicious refreshments and a delight
ful program of dancing, card playing,
etc., which lasted until the wee,
ma' hours of the morning.
There were about forty-five pres
ent at the entertainment and At prov
ed a very good time for the men and
their families to become more ac
quainted with their fellow workers
and their friends. Everyone had an
enjoyable time and the ladles have
the red it for giving everyone a
METHODIST PA8T0RS ORGANIZE
The Methodist pastors of all the
1 lurches from Bayard, Nebr., to Tor
rington, Wyo , have met and organ
ised a ministerial association for
mutual helpfulness in evangelical
v. oik in the alley towns. This as
sociation will 'je at .Mi nature during
the week from Much 2nd to toe 9th,
and wli hold Joint, evangelical ser
vices at the church, for the week,
visit all the families In town, and
conduct a general church rally. Mln
atare Free Press, Fob. 21.
1'14, and also'the Weekly Independ
ent! Parmer and the Monthly Poultry
Topics, all three papers for over a
year for t The regular price of
The Dally News alone is $. This
will alve you the dally paper during
the legislature and during thr ex- it
ing events of the coming Wilson ad'
ministration Ncbrasknns will cut a
big figure in the coming fmir years.
You may have these papers sent to
different addresses If you want to
grve the farm pnp i or the poultry
paper to friends. The News Is a
live daily, printing all the news and
markets, great fiction stories, and
brim full of Interesting reading nnd
discussions of the current events of
the day. It Is a clean paper, the
kind yon will want lu your family.
Send $2 today to the Lincoln Daily
News and all three papers will start
at once AdvI2-lt
10 Pool o. oo ooToo-H
Among the Boy Who Do the Hard
Work in Boosting for Their
Town and the State
ALL "STAND UP FOR NEBRASKA"
ALLIANCE FIREMAN VERY SICK
Chas. Phifer Very Sick with Typhoid
Fever at Newcastle
Chas. Phifer, a member of the Al
liance Fire Department, Is very sick
with typhoid fever at Newcastle, Wy
oming. Word comes to relatives
here that he has been sick for four
weeks, that he is delirious most of
the tlmex His doctor states that hi
fever should break any time now. It
Is hoped that he will recover.
Mrs. J. Carr started Sunday, for
broken Bow, to see her father, who
is sick. While absent she wlU go to
Oklahoma City, thence to Fremont
Nebr., to visit Mr. Can's folks. She
expects to be absent about two
Mrs. J. H. Curtis la having a fine
new steam table Installed In her
afcteria on Box Butte avenue. It
is being installed by Newberry's, and
Will make a valuable addition to her
Dr. C. K. Single was called to
Bcottsbluff on Monday to operate on
a Mr. Mulligan at that point.
Mrs. t . H. Johnson and her two
children have been visiting with her
parent t Grand Island.
Mrs Kleanor Skinner, living six
miles northwest of Alliance, has pur
chased a house ami lot In DtJH0M'
addition from 0, li, Johnaon.
Y. S. Uidgell, state Tire commis
sioner, was the guest of the Alliatn e
Fire Department while in the city
last week. When leaving he gave
the boys his hearty and sincere
thanks for their hospitality
A. D Rodgers iniil L H. Highland
made a business trip In the North
P:atte Valley last week In the Inter
est of the AlltanM Pruit Company
Jr ' i
10:00 a. m. Sunday School.
11:00 a. m. Worship. Topic, Con
secration. Communion will be ob
served. 6:80 p. m. B. Y. P. U. Service
led by J. Lledtke.
7:30 p. m. K veiling worship. Top
ic, Wondrous Redemption.
Prayer meeting and choir practice
every Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
Rev. Geo. A. Witte, Pastor
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH)
10:00 a. m. Sunday School. Graded
11:00 a. m. Preaching.
0:30 p.m. Young people's Epworth
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
Otln 8. Baker, Pastor
A. M. E. CHURCH
Services at the home of MIbb Rich
mond on Platte Avenue.
Sunday school, 2 p. m. every Sun
Preaching service at :30 p. m. ev
ery alternate Sunday.
Mrs. P. M. Maxfield, Paetor
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
10:00 a.m. Sabbath School.
11:00 a. m. Public worship.
6:30 p. m. Christian Bndeavor
7:30 p. m. Public worship.
Rev. J. B. Brown, Paetor
i MM AN U EL GERMAN EVAN
GELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH
Corner Yellowstone Ave. and 7th St.
German services every Sunday at
10:30 a. m.
Kngllsh services about every three
weeks upon announcement, and even
ing services upon announcement.
Oerman-Knglish parochial school
five days of the week till June.
Tltue Lang, Pastor, 703 Nlobrara-Ave.
Phone Red 339
There will be service next Sunday
at 11 a. m. Celebration of the Holy
Communion and sermon.
Ikilly service, 7:30 a. m.; Wednes
day, 7:30 a. m. and 4:30 p. m.
Rev. Geo. G. Ware, Rural Dean
Phone Black 419
Chapped, the county seat of Deuel
county, has a newspaper that would
be a credit to any town several
times lis sD.e. Some timee when a
local paper has no competition ItR
publisher gets careless about how It
Is printed and does not seem to care
whether he prints any news. Not
lo with Guy C. Newman, publisher
of the Chapped Register. His pa
per Is neatly printed and contains a
fine lot. of local news and corre
spondence. l r
The Marslanil Tribune shows a
marked Improvement under the man
agement of our good friend, Rev
('has. H. Ilurleigh, who took charge
of it last week. l)ro. Ilurleigh Is an
old newspaper man and will give the
people of Marslanil a publication that
will be n credit to that town. They
ought to give him a good patronage.
Editor Arthur E Clark of the
llemlngford Journal has shown him
self to be an enterprising newspa
per man, and The Herald Is pleased
to commend him for his enterprise,
but we must confess that, since he
commenced the publication of the
Farmer and Rancher, the Journal
has shown the effects of even an en
terprising man having more than his
hands full. If we may make a sug
gestion to Bro. Clark It is that he
Iput another man in charge of the
F. and R. and that he again devote
all his time to The Journal.
Horace M. Davis, publisher of the
Ord Weekly Journal and The Cus
ter County Herald, is first assistant
clef clerk of the house of represent
atives in the Nebraska legislature.
He la giving the newspapers of Ne
braska a splendid gratuitous service
in the lilncoln news letters which he
is sending out fresh from the seat
of the legislative mill. Mr. Davis
is a practical newspaper man, an In
teresting writer and for his news
letters selects such things as the
'people are Interested In.
There is one disagreeable thing
about giving a wrlteup of this kind
of the newspapers of our great state,
am that Is the small number that
can be mentioned in one Issue of the
paper. There are so many more that
cannot be mentioned than can be
papers just as deserving of commen
dation as those that are mentioned
that we almost wish we had not
undertaken to write this article. But
we believe many of our readers will
be interested in information con
cerning the Nebraska press, Buch
as is briefly 'Stated here, hence we
expect that this will not be the only
article of the kind to appear in The
W. R. DRAKE'S
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
NEW RURAL PHONE LINE
Meeting Held Monday Night to Or
ganize Company to Construct
new line will probably be ready for
operation soon after the first of
March. As the telephone directory
for March has been printed. The
Herald will publish the subscribers'
numbers on this new line as oon
as they have been assigned.
11:00 a.m. Preaching.
T::!0 p.m. I 'reaching.
Prayer meeting Wednesday even
Ing, at 7:30.
A. L. Godfrey, Pastor
10:00 a. m Bible sehool.
11:00 a. in. Preaching, subject. I
"('oil's Dynamite in the Orient."
v:45 p. m. C. K.
T :lt p, in. r'"'i11 thtea subject
Death of Walter Tice
The many friends of Walter Kills
Tlce In Box Butte and Morrill coun
ties learn with deep sorrow of his
untimely death which occurred at
Fairmont. Nebr., February 21, 1913,
aa the result of getting his arm
caught in a corn shelter and mangl
ed. It Is claimed by the physicians
that the Injury that caused his
death was not alone to his arm, but
that being nearly drawn, Into the
machine the effort to extricate him
self injured the HMMctai in the reg
ion of his heart and hastened death.
Deceased was born near Kxeter.
Nebr., March S, inn I. His mother
died when he was four years old, at
ler which he lived with his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Workman,
until he was married to Miss Mar
tha Colerick, at Deadwood. 8. D.,
In October, 190.1. He had a honie-isu-.nl
about twenty-two miles south
of Alliance, in, Morrill county. He
moved with his family to Fairmont
I about ii month ago. The remains
; were brought back to Alliance for
interment In Greenwood cemetery
!by the side of the child which had
LINE WILL BE BUILT SOON
A meeting was held Monday night
of this week at the residence of Mr
and Mrs. Wm. H. Aapden, in the
Fairview neighborhood, for the pur
pose of organizing a company to con
struct a telephone line to Alliance.
T. J. Lawrence was elected presi
dent of the company and Wm. H.
Aspden secretary-treasurer. Others
present at the meeting who will be
on the line are John and Ed. Pahlow
and Dan Lawrence. There will prob
ably be several more connected with
the line besides those named.
A name waa not decided upon at
the time of the meeting to organize,
but we understand that it will be
known as the Fairview line. The
farthest point from Alliance will be
about eleven miles northeast. The
passed on before. Funerul services
were conducted at the Christian
church at 10:.10 a. m. yesterday, by
the pastor. Elder F. A. Woten.
To Ihe sorrowing wife and child
rwP aaj U ne father and brothers
' ei... ii-. .1.1 ...!.. i. .a i,i offer a
r oneslion 2 IfSSIt ?. wf condolen" Thfy will hav
r question box is to be answered ,h .v,. ....,., r ..n k ii-... f ,u
I mm i iiij vj i tin 'ii ' i ' .ii ii ui uir
ORDERED NEW SPRING STOCK
Miss Mary Regan returned Satur
day from Chicago, where she had
been for a week or more. She order
ed a stock of spring goods, millin
ery, ladles' furnishings, etc., for the
Regan store. On her return she was
accompanied by Mrs. FStzpatrick, an
expert trimmer who has worked suc
cessfully In Indianapolis, Detroit and
other large cities. Mis Regan has
a large circle of acquaintances among
the ladles of Alliance and the sur
rounding country. She Is familiar
with their needs in millinery and
other goods, and now that she is In
business again with a large stock of
new goods, she will no doubt receive
a large trade.
WANTED. 20 Hs. lean cotton
rags, at Herald office. No wool want
ed. 12 tf
Alliance Man Who Lived in Mexico
and Served in Federal Army
to hide that bare spot
in front of the dresser
See our dandy stock
Ducks, Easter Eggs
LEADING VARIETY STORE
S. A. Powles, who is proprietor of
the cigar, news and confectionery
stand in the Herald building, was a
resident of Old Mexico for a good
many years and owns considerable
property down there mow. He was
driven out two times by the revolu
tionists. Mr. Powles talks Mexican
like a native and in thoroughly famil
iar with most of the country, having
been an engineer there for a num
ber of years. He also served hr
the United States army and has a
thorough understanding of army life
It now appears that intervention
is but a matter of a few days oi
weeks iin Mexico by the U. 13. army.'
If war Is declared it will take 160,
000 volunteers anil if the young men
of Alliance who have patriotic blood
in thedr veins wish to join a local
company, Mr. Powles says he la
ready to start organizing at any time
the call for volunteers is made.
I..V, CllllH.II. ....... I
son (leliben,,. I ' ,, ' e " Bible mS5 T l'T? it "
and still have a dear conscience?" L Jr.hU,8Mnd AnJ ln
r:M p. m.. Wednesday. prayer B,r 'Whj W young manhood.
Horse and cow hides should be
salted well as soon as removed from
the animals. Allow them to remain
spread out a day or so before you
bring them to us. We will ship them
promptly and attend to your custom
tanning in a business-like way. Our
service costs you nothing. You are
protected by a $1000.00 Guarantee.
MARKS HARNESS COMPANY.
A friendly invitation extended
Frank Allan Woten. Minister
SEVENTH DAY AOVENTIST
Geo. C, Snow, editor of the Chad
run Journal! IfrM oik of those who
oi;.; hizcrt tile Western Nebraska
Editorial Association in Alliance. Mr
Snow was appointed clerk of the sen
Mo finance vommdiee at Llncolu but
found that he could not ' 8jai'e ' in.
tKcessary time to give to this posi
tion, which is an Important one Seu
ator W. H. Reynolds Is chairman of
4 ' ' .'
i' Mr. B V WtvW. wlfft of B. C.
ReeVts; fnherly ot AlPance. and1
now nt Hot. SpVitfg., m very III with.
cancel oT tne liver ana not expeci
-d ti live-. She was operated on re
J. A. Hunsicker of the Sftiutv- At F. J. Brennan's Corner in Alliance
nt iuhborhood in Sheridan county, SATURDAY MARCH 1
father of Mrs. J. M. Schirk of AJJl
ance, caOM to the city last WftaM Commencing at 1:30 P. M.
day. He was taken sick while here! Kour head of hordes. iAcluding a
and was taken to the hospital for ! span of geldings. 7 aud I years old,
FIRST GUN OF
8IG PIANO SALE
Sabbath school at the residence Of w- M- Robinson, Manager of Orkin
Mrs. Pilkington every
ternoon at 'i o'clock
Mrs. John Pilkington
Brothers, Arrives in Alliance with
Big Force of Salesmen and Clerks
and Several Carloads of Pianos
Mi and Mrs. John M. Schirk vis
itd friends in Kdaemont the' latter
part of last week.
W. H. Heruluian of Sioux county,
west of Maraland, was in Alliance on
final proof business the first of the
week, and called at The Herald of
fice. We are pleased to add his
ame to our Maraland list of sub
Send $2 to The Lincoln Daily News
and they will mail you tlutt big pa
per dally from now until April 1.
weight 1000 pounds; I browu horse
II hiiis old. weight toon pounds; I
brown uiare, It yeas old, weiKlii
1 100 pounds.
Kour head of feog brood sows:
t fall pigs.
Machinery I iiohn lere gang i
plow ; I - i i ivh harrow ; eultlval
i f;-. I Osborne disc.
Household Furniture Majestic
Hangt , Kstate 'Oak heater, dining ta
ble, dresser, chairs, rockers, phono
M-aph cabinet, ineubtntor, washing ma
calm and other articles too numer-
as to mention Usual Terms.
SPRINGBR & BKA I .
H. P COI'RSKY, Auet.
FIRST AD IN THIS ISSUE
Ou another page you will notice
the li advertisement of Orkin Ilros.
rhls la the opening announcement of
the big (iub Sale which was an
nounced in our columns several
W. M. Robinson, manager of the
piauo department of the big firm cf
Orkin Brothers, arrived in Alliance
yesterday noon. He now has a large
force of salesmen and clerks em
ployed here for the special sale.
Prospective piano purchaaers should
watch our columns closely for an
nouncements and by all means go
to the Alliance store and be ahowu
the beautiful pianos which aYe being
offered at such low prices and terms
Don't overlook the value
I want ads on page 5.
Saturday, March 1
8:30 p. m. H. S. Gym
BiggestGame of Season
Adm. 25c Season Ticket
Narthport Herald, Ktb. 21: John
Hagerty of Alliance visited with his
daughter. Mrs. Pat Rowian. and fam
ily over Sunday, returnintc to llridge
port Tuesday. Mr. Hagerty is a vet-
eran of the Civil war.
Hay Springs News, Feb. 2P:
Molzahn returned home from
once last Friday night with a
Ford run-a-bout. He tried to
over another machine on his
home, consequently his car had to be
taken to the "auto hospital" the
next day for a slight operation, but
al present Is able, to be out a-ja'ii-
Hushville Itecorder, Feb. 11: At
torncy Joe Weslover and wife ami
Chas. Peng ins and wife autoed up
from Alliance Sunday niuiu to visit
relatives and friends. They return
ed Monday afternoon a: 'com pa tiled
by Mrs. K. V. Illppafh.
Minatare Free Pres, Feb. Hi S.
K. Warrick shipped three cars of
sheep today, one each to St. Joseph,
Kansas City and St. l.ouis.
Dr. single of Alliance operated on
Glen Mllllcan at the Vundiver hos
pital tor appeinl'cr.is yesterday, and
reports the patient doing nin'y Tin
man's father and mother frotii Alii
ance were present at the time. HI
father is one of the old tiiu,. engin
eers on the llurlington between Alli
ance and Itavcnna.
Are You a Cold Sufferer?
Take l)r King's New Discovery
The best cough, cold, throat and
lung medicine made Moin refund'
ed If It falls to cure you. Do not
hesitate take it at our risk First
dose helps. J H. Wells, Floydadn
Texas, writes: "Dr King's New DIs
covery cured my terrible cough and
cold. 1 gainyd 15 pounds " Buy It
at Fred K. hfolsten's
Ad Feb ii-27