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Ml -& j'Xty hi 4-H4H,s4H :$$&$ $Ht' OFFICIAL PUBLICATION A OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY & AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER IN THE COUNTY . WE MAKE A SPECIALTY orHIQH OLASBCOMMKR- OIAL PRINTINQ. BPLEN DID PRESSES AND TYPE, ::-$K43$ SVWWW'&fr&Wb zzxz VOLUME IX, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1902, NUMBER 48 F f C4UM, ALLIANCE Herald F Groceries. L & m m J Why not get,- I j some nice, fresh. Fruits and S Groceries at Our Store. 3 Largest and 5 best assorted S J stock in 5 Northwestern S Nebraska, Prices are right. S Quality the best. S We want J 5 your trade. s I Alliance Grocery Go. U Minnesota High Grade Fancy Patent Flour, Richelieu The Best Flour, on Earth. Sold Only by... LEE ACHESON. )) .t- Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house. Be sure U C C. & C. and see their - ,v "' Collin's & MoVrison, saddles, always in f , in stock at Clough & Collins. J. A. Heist is moving his house from the v - ranch to town. He has five lots in Dun-v- can's addition. It, V . C. E. Wiltsey and Emil Rockey came down from Hcmingford yesterday and re turned today with a stock dipping tank, purchased of the Forest Lumber company. COSTSALE I My entire stock of clothing, hats, caps, shoes and furnishing goods is now on sale at actual cost. I am go ing out of business and have all my fixtures also on sale at cost. 500 Men's Suits at cost. 190 Boys' Suits at cost. 200 Overcoats at cost. 1,000 worth of Furnishings at cost. 31,500 worth of Shoes at cost. 700 worth of Shirts at cost. S450 worth of Underwear at cost. $160 worth of Trunks and Grips at cost. Overclothes, Gloyes, Mittens, Jew, elry, Rain Coats, Overshoes, Leggins, Comforts and Blankets, etc., all go for just what they cost at wholesale, no freight added. J. F. FLEMING. AAiASAAASA&ASA , i -' ': m PIEIIE! I U.F.Hanson s : Line' of 2 m ii t 1 IT lie Linen ff A Ortler cut flowers of Geo. Darling". . Read Rumor's big slaughter sale ad- in this issue. Ernest Montgomery returned yesterday from a trip to Omaha. Wm. Mitchell is attending to legal busi ness in Sidney this week. Capt. V. H. Corbin left this morning, for a trip to eastern Iowa. W. S. Ridgell's new bowling alleys are being placed in position this week. Mr and Mrs. J. W, Reed returned from their wedding trip Wednesday morning. . Mrs. F. M. Broome and Miss Pease re turned Wednesday from a visit at Lin coln. t Remember the Royal Highlanders' dance Thanksgiving night in the opera house. Foot ball game at the race grounds this afternoon, Alliancs High School vs. Chad ron Academy. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Sweeney spent a few days this Week with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Heist.on the ranch. J. F. Fleming has decided to retire from the clothing business and will close out his entire stock at cost. See his ad. Judge Berry was down at Bonner yester day where ho laid out a reservoir site on the ranch of Edmund Abbott. Mrs. Richard Brennan returned to the ranch last Sunday after a couple of months visit with relatives in Alliance." John A. Hunzickcr has rented' a house in the east part of town and will move his family down from Hemingford. V. L. Ashbrook, the Sioux county ranchman returned Monday from South Omaha where he marketed cattle. F. J. Peterson, of the Alliance steam laundry, left Wednesday for a few days visit at his former home in Fremont. The Ladies' Aid society of the Metho dist church will meet at the church next Tuesday afternoon for work and to hold a business meeting. F. A. Thiele has a choice lot of winter apples for sale in the. Alliance apple cellar, basement Capt. Corbin building; entrance in rear.- Seo-hls ad. . " . ,, ., The First Presbyterian church holds Sunday services in Bell's hall at u a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:45. j St Miller moved his family into that elegant new house the first of the week. Si says it has always been his desire to have a nice home just such a one as he now has. www. H. A. Allison moved his family out to the ranch yesterday after several weeks sojourn in Alliance. Harvey says he is going to teach that young son of his the art of "punching cows" now. L. L. Raymond and wife stopped in Alli ance yesterday enroute from Lincoln to their home at Scottsblufl". Mr. Raymond had just passed-a successful examination before the state bar commission and is now a full fledged attorney, A.D. New has moved his family from Rushville to Alliance. Mr. New is one of the early settlers in Sheridan county and has a wide acquaintance in this section of the state. He is an auctioneer and has the reputation of being a good one as well as a splendid citizen. Cards are out announcing the marriage of John Bennett and Miss Addle Poole at Marsland November 26. Mr, Bennett is the B. & M. station agent at Marsland and a prominent young man. Miss Poole is an accomplished and popular young lady of that place. She is sister of Thos.Foole of this city. Dr. Julia V. Frey has arranged for ad vertising space in the official paper and your attention is directed to her card in this issue. Dr. Frey has met with success since locating in Alliance and those who believe in the virtues of osteopathy come a long distance for treatment. Mrs. D. E. Cvrtis, of Torrington. Wyo., and Miss Sarah Rutherford, of Fort Laramie, Wyo., who have been receiving treatment for the last month, returned to their respective homes Wednesday. The Oratorio of Esther, the Beautiful Queen, will be presented at the opera house this evening and tomorrow evening, by the singers of Alliance assisted by a class of beautiful singing children, com prising a grand chorus of sixty voices, all in gorgeous costumes representing Jews and Persians in ancient times. The entire proceeds to be used to purchase a piano for the school. The curtain rises at 8:3o sharp and no admission during the singing. Parents should bring their children and all enjoy a feast of song. No pains are being spared to make these concerts the finest given in Alliance and you should not fall to hear them. 9S t J J & J J 0 & & J J Jt & J 0 J & $ 0 v v J 0 s tf & v v V r iaTvks$VYv. v V .s Thanksgiving Day! Your voices raise To God on high in hymns of praise. .' The fruitful yield Of vitlo arid field, t HnB brightened all our earthly ways., Givo thanks to God, who rules an high, For welcome rain and stinny sky.- - , For peace and love r. Praise God above, And all His mercies glorify! . . ? Thanksgiving Day I Praise God and sing , Till every vale and hill" shall ring.- . Thanksgiving Dayl From work apart Let mankind come. From field and mart Lot anthoms riso' ""'" To pierce the skies . ,,., j .' To prove the thankB within each heart. Give thankB to God for mercies shown And kneel today beforo His throne, . ' ' For peace and joy Without alloy , v The loving Father's kinship own. Thanksgiving Day! Let every ;vbice -Show how o.uf grateful hearts rejoico. Thanksgiving Day! Forget not those Who know naught but life's bitter, woes. Bo not delayed , . Give them the aid That brother unto brother owes. Lilt up tho brother bowed by care, Divide your blessings everywhere; 1 The highways' scan , ' For fallen man Who needs the help that you may share. Thanksgiving Dny! Give from your store To aid the hungry, sick and poor. ' Thanksgiving Dayl From distnnco wide Let loved ones come to sit beside v j The festal board ' ''- ' '' ' ' ' ' Whose joys afford! ' ' "'" , - Long hours of lovo,-wliato'cr-betide.t: 'V,- J1; Give thanks to God for earthly ties; -n' v . ,.. . For love that beams in shining eyes. , Sing songs of praise Until your lays Are echoed back from vaulted skies. Then at God's throne kneel down and pay ' Your homage this Thanksgiving Day. i$l Will M.'Maiipin. & a 'a 'a Vi V. 'a V; V; V. Vi to Vi,. Vi V. V. V. V; Vi Vi V. Vi V, Vi V. V. V; Vi Vi Vi V. Vi V. V. Vi i. Vi V Vi .'.Vi4-. V. Vi Vi vi V. Vi V. Vi Vi Vi Vi Vi Vi 0 J? C JP P H C Jf K" J? J? K" & K I K J K P C J? S? l JO C j JC JP K ? K Notice. Owing to the fact that we have scarlet fever in our city, I think it necessary that the strictest precautions be taken. The law imposes a heavy penalty for failure on the part of physician (Dr. H. H, Bell wood), or head of family for failure to report at once to health officer, any case coming within their knowledge, and the purpose of this notice is to warn all. concerned that the law will be rigidly enforced. J. KriublbAugh, Mayor. A Quiet Wedding. A quiet wedding took place at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. T. S, Fielding Wednes day evening when their daughter Feme was married to Mr. Frank McFarland, the ceremony being performed by Rev. G. C. JefJers. Just relatives and a few intimate friends were guests at the wedding. A supper was served following the ceremony and a pleasant hour spent by all present. Mr. and Mrs. McFarland are among our best known an most highly respected young people. Both are earnest and effi cient workers in the Baptist church and members of its choir and young people's society and their unity of interests gives their many friends reason to expect for them the happiness they so heartily wish for them. They went to housekeeping at once In rooms in the same house occupied by the bride's parents. The Schubert Symphony club and la dies' quartet gave an entertainment at the opera house Wednesday evening under auspices of St. Matthew's Episcopal church. They had a good house and entertained thefr auditors right royally for an hour and a half or two hours. Every num ber was heartily encored and they gracious ly responded to most of them. The in strumental numbers by the quartet and solos by its members were heartily ap plauded and the vocal selections and solos were even better received. Master Tom Purcell's violin solos bespoke the true ar tist and his wonderful talent is splendidly developed for a lad of fifteen years, He surely has a bright future before him in his chosen field. Evangeline Parker's monologues furnished much merriment. Her interpretation of the characters she assumed were excellent. Mrs. Parker will be remembered by many ra the county as Miss Evangeline VanNest, who resided with her father near Box Butte. She was married to J. V. Parker about fourteen years ago at Nonpareil where Mr. Parker published a newspaper. Mrs. Parker spent some time studying in a Chicago conservatory and now, resides in Madison, wis. During her stay here she was en tertained by Mesdames J. E. Joder, F. E. Holsten, R. T. Watson, B. F. Gilman, Miss Pease and other friends. KK !. K K V If i $ ft Do S "Koxn. If you haven't already most everybody else has, i. e.: Subscribe for The Herald. Cut out the Rev. Dr. Horn's letters each week and paste them in a scrap book. It will make a splendid book to preserve for yonr children to read. The first letter from abroad will appear early in December. It has already been demonstrated that Dr. Horn is a most interesting writer in fact, it is doubtful if thcrp could be found in the State any one who is better qualified or could write up such a trip more entertainingly than he. This is the opportunity of n lifetime. Don't delay. Do It Now! ( X X X X X X X X 5 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Addltionnl local hews on page 4. A. C. Bingham hascontractod'for more space in the Hkhald. Mr. nml Mrs. P. Kinsley came down from Jlcmineford todav to uttend tho funeral of Mrs, Dunn tomorrow ' Tho Hkralu is not up to the standard this week owing to an extra largo run of job work tho office has had. We wore un able to set tho type for the editorial pago and Maupin's department. Geo. Darling has a lot of new pieces in statuary. They are vory ornamental and are within reach of any body's purse. You can't make a mistake in purchasing a few pieces to decorate your home. A. C, Bingham, the piano dealer sold two pianos, two organs and one Royal sowing machine last wook. This week ho is in Bayard and Scottsblufl with pianos and organs, Mr. Bingham has in transit four pianos and six organs from tho fac tories. Wo know that no firm in tho wost has better facilities for buying and selling goods right than "Mr Bingham. Editor A. B. Wood of the Gorinff Courier was- In tHo city yesterday. Bro. Wood says that Oering continues to improve And its citizens have faith in Its future. Bo this as it may, It Is unfortunate that Goring and Scottsblufl aro not one town instead of being three miles' apart and pulling in opposite directions. If tho two towns were consolidated, then you would see one of tho best towns in westorn Nebraska. A firo was started from a defective flue in the did feed mill, Liter used ns a hotel, in tho west part of' the city Wednesday afternoon. Although the fire had quite a good start when the firo department reach ed there the boys soon had it under con trol and succeeded in extinguishing the blaze before much damage was done. Alli ance has a fire department which would be a credit to many cities of twice its pop ulation. Mrs. C. Ellis' Clough has been very ill with appendicitis in Omaha tho past week. She was taken very slclr here Wednesday of last week and her condition was consid ered dangerous, the attending physician stating that nothing but an operation would relieve her. Mr, Ctaugh was in Omaha at tho time and It was decided to take her there for treatment. She stood the opera tion well and -the latest worjl from there report her to be getting along well. A very interesting bowling contest took place at Harvey's alley Monday evening, interesting at least to lovers of the sport. It was between tho five having had the highest scores during the preceding week. A. Renswold carried off the honors, $5,00 having been put up for the winners, his average being 195. W. S. Ridgell was second. The contestants and points scored by them were: Renswold, 974; Ridgell, 810; Hoyt, 730; Waples, 727; Holdcn, G77, At the meeting of the Royal Arch Ma sons held Monday evening the following persons were chosen for officers for the ensuing year: E. C. McClure, H. P., W, R. Akers, K.; W O. Barnes, scribe; F. M. Knight, treasurer; K. H. Mosher, secretary; S. A. Franklin, C, H.; Henry Renncu, P. S.; Charles E. Mathews, R, A. C; F, M. Knigh, M. 1st V.; N. C, Pederson, M. 2nd V.r J. N, Andrews, M. 3rd V.; W. R. Akers, chaplain; D, 0. Mclntyre, guard. Mrs. Dnntel Dunn. Mrs. Daniel Dunn died at her home in this city Thursday forenoon. She was past sixty years of age and has been afflicted wtin kidney trouble for sometime. Mrs. Dunn came to this county with her hus band and family about seventeen years ago. She was a kind wife and mother and was loved by a large circle of friends. A husband and six grown children are left to mourn her loss. The fcneral will be held from the Catholic church tomorrow morning at 10:00 o'clock. A wedding took place at the Catholic parsonage at eight o'clock Thursday morning when Ralph Land and Miss Anna M. Delaney were married by Father Gal- vm. Mr. Land is one of the proprietors of the Owl restaurant in this city and is a sober and industrious young man. Miss Delaney's home was at Janesville, Wis,, and arrived in Alliance yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Land have known each other for years and as this city was to be their home they decided that it would bo more convient to have the ' marriage take place here. A deal was closed yesterday whereby C. R. Fuller becomes owner of the H. A. Mark photograph establishment. Mr. Fuller has been in the employ of Mr. Mark since July when he arrived here from Jamestown, New York, where he was engaged in the same line of business for himself. He is an artist and will maintain the reputation for the place that his predecessor has built up. Read Mr. Fuller's announcement in another column. Mr. Mark does not expect to engage in business again for sometime He will re main with Mr. Fuller till after the holi Family Groceries. j WANTED AT ONCE! w!L Sorted Potatoes "f fi. BLACKBURN SNEDEKER Clothing at cost, at the Fair Store. Those neckties are dandies, at Norton's A second hand buggy for sale. J. W RiCllARDSON. For Salb AboBtrioohead'bf, eyes, and 600 lambs. Mixk Elmork. Sheridan coal. Canon lump, nut and Aker's coal W. JaMks. . Any stock of harness In stock or made to order. Clouoh & Collins'. Fob Rent Four furnished, rooms, together or separate.- W. E. aiLLBTT, Jp B, Hurlburt of C as ton, Sioux, county, has been arrested recently upon complaint of Mrs. Haynes of the. Haynes ranch who alleges that "Four Spot," as Hurlburt is commonly known, has stolen one or more cattle from eer. Scottsbluff Herald. Special Announcement. We have bought the apparatus, nega tives and good will of Marks' photographic studio and solicit the continued patronage of the people of Alliance and vicinity. We shall endeavor to give our customers strictly high grade work at satisfactory prices. Photographs are now universally used as holiday gifts, the styles this a son being especially appropriate for the purpose. We have all these novelties in book-deckels, portfolios, etc., and would be pleased to show them at any time. We are here to supply your photographic wants, no matter what they may be. Will you let us do it. ALLIANCE ART STUDIO, C. H. Follsr, Proprietor, Successor to Marks' Studio. JBOQUB'S v& . . . lfccevoeA i 200 Outing Flan nel Night Gowns for Men, Ladies x X and Children. 65c. to $3.00. I At iBOOUE'Si day rush and may then go to Denver.