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Chief Repeater at head of herd. Six
horned and two polled bulls; some
polled heifers; apes ten months to two
years. Place one mile south of Girard.
Write H. O. CRANE, Heminrford, Ne
braska. 17-27
CHARLEY McGILL is holdine a pub
lie sale Friday, January 10, of his
stock, farm machinery and household
cowls, at his place seven miles east of
Hemingford; free lunch. 21-p
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FOR RENT Two-room house, modern
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FOR RENT Rooms for liirht house
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WANTED
YOUNG men and women, over 17, de
siring government positions, $130
monthly, write for free list of posi
tions now open. R. TERRY, (former
Civil Service examiner) 734 Contmen
tal Bldg, Washington, D. C. 20-23p
WANTED Rags. We will pay seven
cents a pound for good clean, white
cotton rags and six cents for colored
cotton rags. THE HEKAUJ.
ESTRAY NOTICE.
Taken up by the subscriber on his
enclosed lands in Box Butte county,
Nebraska, on the 16th day of Decern
ber, 1921: four (4) bay horses, age
not known, one sorrel horse, age not
known, one (1) brown horse, age not
known, one (1) roan horse, age not
known, one (1) buckskin horse, age
not known, and one ( 1 ) bay pony, age
not known; none of which animals bear
any brand or mark of identification.
La ted December 31st, 1921.
12-21 E. C HANING.
NOTICE OF PROBATE.
In the Matter of the Estate of Nellie
M. Covalt, deceased, in County Court
of Box Butte County, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska. To all ner-
sons interested in said estate, Take
Notice, that a petition has been filed
for probate of the last will and testa
stent of s&id deceased, and for appoint
ment of Victor E. Covalt as Executor
thereof, which has been set for hear
ing therein, on February 8th, 1922, at
10 o'clock A. M.
IRA E. TASH,
SEAL County Judge
BURTON & REDDISH, Attys,
Jan.l7-FebJ7
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Adolph D. Brest,, deceased,
in the County Court of Box Butte
County, Nebraska.
The State of Nebraska, Box Butte
County, as:
Creditors of said estate will take
notice that the time limited for presen
tation and filing of claims against said
estate is May 23, 1922, and for pay
ment of debt3 is February 23, 1923;
and that I will sit at the County Court
room in said county on May 24, 1922,
at 2 o'clock p. m. to receive, examine,
near, adjust and allow all lawful
claims and demands against the de
ceased and consider all objections
thereto duly filed.
Dated this 23d day of January, 1022.
IRA E. TASH,
(SEAL) County Judge
BOYD, METZ & MEYER, Attys.
JajL24-FebJ21!
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Another thing that delays the return
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LEGAL NOTICE,
In the District Court of Box Butte
County, Nebraska.
In the Matter of the Application of
ROPOI PIU S M. HAMPTON, Admin
istrator Pe P.oiii-! Non, of the Estate
JOHN 11. KRAUSE, iVcea.-ed, for Li
ense to Soli Real Estate
ORDER TO SHOW CAl'SH WHY
ICI NS : SHOl I D NOT BE
GRANTED ADMINISTRATOR DE
HON IS NON '10 SELL REAL ES
TATE. Now, on this 17th d:iy of January,
A. I). 1922, Rodolphus M. Hampton,
ulministrator de bonis non, of the es
tate of John H. Krause, deceased,
presented to me his petition under
oath, stating that there was not a
sufficient amount of money or person
al property in his possession for the
payment - of the debts outstanding
against said estate, in the sum cf
$69,530.61 together with an allowance
ior the costs of administration and
other expenses of administering said
estate and that it is necessary to sell
the real estatof said decedent, or a
sufficient amount thereof for the pay
ment of said outstanding indebtedness,
costs and expenses of administration,
and praying for a license to be grant
ed him as such administrator to rell
an undivided one-half interest in ur.d
to the following described real estate
belonging to the estate of said deceas
ed, to-wit: An undivided one-half in
terest In and to the following describ
ed lands situated in Sheridan -Joanty,
Nebraska, The south half of the .outh
half ISM) of (SV) of section twenty-
nine (29); the south half (SV4) of the
southwest quarter (SW4) of section
twentj'-eight (28); the south half
(S,s) and the northeast quarter
(XNbt) oi section thirty-one (31);
the north half (N'i) and southeast
tiuarter (SEV4) of section thirty-two
(32); the west half (WVi); the north
west quarter (NW'4 ) of the northeast
quarter (NE',4), and the south half
(bVs) of the southeast quarter (SE',4 )
of section thirty-three (33); all in
township twenty-seven (27), north of
range forty-six (46);
The west half (W',4) and northeast
luarier (NKVt), a';o the southeast
quarter of the southeast quarter (SEU
SEU.) of section four (4); the north
half (Nisi) and southeast quarter
(SEU) of the northeast tiuarter (NE
',), and the east one-half (Eli) and
southwest quarter (SWU) of the
southeast quarter (SEU); also the
west half (V',a) and southeast
quarter (SEU) of the southwest
quarter (SWU) of section five (5);
Ihe southeast quarter (SEU) of sec
tion six (6); the south one-half (S',i)
and northeast quarter (NEU) of sec
tion seven (7); all of section eight
(8); the west half (W4); also the
east half (EVi) of the northeast quar
ter (NE',4) of section nine (9); the
northwest quarter (NWU) the west
half (WVa) and southeast quarter
(SEU) of the northeast quarter (NE
'-4 ) .the southeast quarter (SEU ) ; and
the east half (EV&) of the southwest
quarter (SWU), of section ten (10);
the south half (SV4): and the south
half (SVfe) of the north half (N',4) of
section eleven (11); the west half
(Wtt) of the west half (Wli); also
the southeast quarter (SEU) of the
southwest quarter (SWV4) of section
twelve (12); the east half (E",4) also
the east half (EV4) of the west half
(WH) and the southwest quarter
(SWU) of the northwest quarter
(NWU ) of section thirteen (13); the
north half (NV4) also the north half
(Ntt) of the southwest quarter (SW
4) and the northwest quarter (NW
U) of the southeast quarter (SEU)
of section fourteen (14); the northeast
quarter (NEK); the east half (E!
of the northwest quarter (NWU);
the northeast quarter (NEU) of the
southeast quarter (SEU) of section
fifteen (15); all of section seventeen
(17); the west half (W!4) and south
past quarter (SEU) of section
eighteen (18); all of section
nineteen (19); the north half
(NV4) also the west half (W)
of the southwest quarter (SWU) of
section twenty (28); the west one-h ilf
(W4) and the southeast quarter
(SEU) of section twenty-one (21);
all of section twenty-two (22); the
west half (W); the southeast quar
ter (SEU): the north half (Ntt) and
southwest quarter (SWU) of the
northeast quarter (NEU) of section
twenty-three (23). The northeast
quarter (NEK), the north half (NMt)
and southeast quarter (SEU) of the
southeast quarter (SEU); the north
half (N4) of the southwest quarter;
the north half (NVs) and southeast
quarter of the northwest quarter
(NWU) of section twenty-four (24).
The east half (E4); the north half
!N'4) of the southwest quarter;
SWU); the southeast quarter (SEU)
of the northwest quarter (NW!4) of
section twenty-five (25); the
south one-half (S4) and north
west quarter (NWU); also the
west half (WlA) of the northeast
quarter (NEU) of section twenty-six
(Zb); uie east naif (Eft) and the
northwest quarter ( NW U ) of section
twenty-seven (27); the north one-half
(NV4) and southwest quarter (SWU)
also the north half (NV4 ) of the south
east quarter (SEU) of section twenty-eight
(28); the southeast quarter of
the southeast quarter (SEU SEU) of
section thirty-one (31); the east half
(E,4) also the south half (SV4) and
northeast quarter (NEU) of the
southwest quarter (SWU) of section
thirty-two (32); the west half (W)
also the south half (SU-) of the south
east quarter (SEU) of section thirty-'
three (33); the east half (E4) and!
southwest quarter (bWU) of section
thirty-four (34); all of section thirty-
five (35); the east half (EV4) of the
west half (WU) and the went half
(WH) of the east half (EU-) of sec
tion thirty-six (36); all in township
twenty-six (20) north of range forty
six (46);
All of section two (2); the east half
(EV) of the east half (EH): also
the northwest quarter (NWU) of the
northeast quarter (NEU) and the
northeast quarter (NEU) of the
northwest quarter (NWU) of section
three (3); also the northwest quarter
t ix w ) or the northeast quarter
(NEU) and the northeast quarter
(NEU) of the northwest quarter
(NWU) of section three (3); the
south half (S4) of the southwest
quarter (SWU) of section four (4);
THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, FEIIUUAUY 7, 1922.
the southeast quarter (SEU) of the
.-outhrat quarter (SEU) of section
live (.".); the north half (N'sl; the
northwest i,u;iiUr (NWU) of the
southeast quarter (SEU); the south
rt qiuirier of the s"ithwe:t quarter
(SEUSWU)of section eiht, (S).
-he north half of the northwest
quarter (N'sNW'i); and the south
west quarter (SWU) of the south
west quarter (SWU) of section nine
(.; the east half (E') of the east
half (E'a); also the southeast tiuar
ter (SEU) of the southwest quarter
(SWU ) of section ten (10); the west
half (V4). also the west half (W4)
of the east half (E4) and the north
east quarter (NEU) of the northeast
quarter (NEU ) of section eleven (11);
the north half (N4) of the northwest
quarter (NWU) and the northwest
luarter (NWU) of the northeast
quarter (NEU ) of section twelve ( 12) j
he north one-half (N4) of the north
west quarter (NWU) and the north
west quarter (NWU) of the northeast
quarter (NEU) of section fourteen
(14); the northeast quarter (NEU);
:.he east half (E4) of the northwest
luarter (NWU); the north half
;Nls) and southwest quarter (SWU)
of the routheast quarter (SEU); and
the northeast quarter (NEU) of the
southwest quarter (SWU) of section
fifteen (15); the south half (S4) of
the south half (S4) of section six
teen, (16); all of section seventeen
(17), except the northeast quarter
(NEU) of the northeast quarter
(NEU); all of section eighteen (18);
ill of section nineteen (19); the west
half (W4) and the west half
(W4) of the east one-half (E4)
and the east half (E4) of the north
east quarter (NEU) of section twen
ty (20); the west half (W4) of the
northeast quarter (NEU); the south
east quarter (SEU) of the northwest
quarter (NWU); and the northeast
quarter (NEU) of the southwest
quarter (SWU); of section twenty
ne (21); the northwest quarter
(NWU); the west half (W4) of the
northeast quarter (NEU); the north
west quarter (NWU) of the south
east quarter (SEU); and the north
oast quarter (NEU) of the southwest
quarter (SWU) of section twenty
night (2S); the west half (W4) and
southeast quarter (SEU) also the
west half (W4) and southeast quar
ter (SEU) of the northeast quarter
(NEU) of section twenty-rine (29);
the southeast quarter (SEU); the
south half (SU) and northeast quar
ter (NEU) of the northeast quarter
(NEU); the west half (Wi) of the
lorthwest quarter (NWU) of section
thirty (30); the east half (E'i) of the
east half (E',4), the northwest quar
ter (NWU) of the northeast quarter
(NEU); the southwest quarter
(SWU) of the southeast quarter
(SEU), and the southeast quarter
(SEU) of the southwest quartet
(SWU) of section thirty-one (31);
all of section thirty-two (32); all ir
township twenty-six (26), north of
range forty-five (45);
The southwest quarter (SWU) of
the southwest quarter ( S W U ) of sec
tion nineteen (19) in township twenty-six
(26), north of range forty-four
(44);
The north half (N4), the west half
(W4) of the southeast quartet
(SEU), and the south half (S4) oi
the southwest quarter (SWU) of sec
tion five (5); the north half (N4),
the west half (W4) of the southwest
quarter (SWU ) of section six (6);
the northwest quarter (NWU) of the
northwest quarter (NWU) of section
seven (7): all of section eijrht (8):
the north half (N4), the north half
(N4) of the south half (S4) of sec
tion seventeen (17); the east half
(E4) the east half (E4) of the west
half (W4) of section twenty-one
(21); the west half (W4) of the west
half (W4) of section twenty-two
(22); all in township twenty-five (25)
north of range forty-five (45);
All of section one (1); the east half
(E4) of east half (E4): the north
west quarter (NWU) of section two
(2); the north half (N4) of section
three (3); the northeast quarter (NE
U) and the north half (N4) of the
northwest quarter (NWU) of section
four (4); the north half (N4) and
the southwest quarter (SWU) of the
northeast quarter (NEU) a'so the
east half (E4) of the northwest
quarter (NWU) of section five (5);
the north half (N4) of section
twelve (12); the south half (S4) of
the southeast quarter (SEU) of sec
tion eleven (11); the southeast quar
ter (SEU) of section ten (10); the
west half (W4) of the northwest
quarter (NWU) of section thirteen
(13); the north half (N4) of the
north half (N4); and the southeast
quarter (SEU) of the northeast quar
ter (NEU) of section fourteen (14);
the north half (N4) of the north
east quarter (NEU) of section, fif
teen (15); all in township twenty
five (25), north of range forty
six (46);
It is therefore ordered that all per
soife interested in said estate appear
before me at chambers in the city of
Rushville in Sheridan County, Nebras
ka, on the 4th day of March, A. D.,
1922, at the hour of ten o'clock A. M.
to show cause if any there be, why a
license should not be granted to the
said Rodolphus M. Hampton, Admin
istrator de bonis non of said estate
to sell so much of the above described
real estate of said decedent aa shall
be necessary to pay said debts, costs
of administration and expenses.
It is further ordered that a copy of
thu order be serve J en all persons
interested in said estate by causing
the same to be published for four suc
cessive weeks in the Alliance Herald,
a weekly newspaper printed, pub
lished and of general circulation in
6aid Box Butte County, Nebraska.
Dated this 17th day of January, A.
D, 1922.
W. H. WESTOVER,
Judfre of the District Court.
LEE BASYE,
Attorney. Jan20-Feb24
See the Duplex Chair in W. J.
Hamilton's office, 106 West
Third Street. Call and yon can
obtain one. 18-21
L. E. Bliss wants to buy you
killing hoss and cattle. Phon'
him at 813G12. I3tf
'ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF THE
NORTH WESTERN CATTLE LOAN
AND INVESTMENT COMPANY.
. We, the uniler;K:nril incorporators,
for mil: elves and others hercaftefto
be nsioriated with u.v do hereby in
pursuance of the statutes of the State
of Nebraska, in such cases made and
provided, associate ourselves as a body
corporate, in the manner and for the
purpose of forming an Installment In
vestment Company in accordance with
Article 1", of the 1919 Session Law.
ARTICLE I.
Name.
Said corporation shall be and Is
hereby named the NORTHWESTERN
CATTLE LOAN AND INVESTMENT
COMPANY.
ARTICLE II.
Place of Business.
The principal place of business of
the corporation shall be in the City of
Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska.
ARTICLE III.
Nature of Business.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by the corporation is
the extension of credit and the loaning
of money to and for the benefit of the
agricultural and live stock interests of
Nebraska. In extending credit and
making loans, the corporation may
take security, by note and mortgage
or otherwise, upon live stock, grain,
hay, alfalfa and other farm products,
and upon agricultural implements ami
appliances used for farm purposes. It
"may take, as additional security, mort
gages on farm lands, ranches and
other real estate. The corporation may
also purchase notes and mortgages
heretofore or hereafter executed upon
such security. It shall have power and
authority to handle, hold, sell, assign,
transfer, endorse and guarantee the
payment of any and all notes, bonds,
mortgages or other obligations, taken,
Iwught or held In the exercise of the
powers herein granted. The corpora
tion is further authorized and em
powered to borrow money for corpor
ate use; ami, to that end, it may
execute, endorse and deliver notes,
.Kinds, mortgages, assignments, or
.ither instruments or evidences of in
lebtedness, and guarantee the pay
ment thereof; and it may pledge as
ecurity therefor any of the property
owned or held by the corporation. The
-orporntion may lease, purchase, own,
hold and sell all real and personal
jroprrty necessary for corporate use.
n addition to the powers expresslj
granted herein, it is 'ihe intention to
vest in the corporation all the inci
lental and implied powers necessary to
carry out in a broad and liberal way
the purposes of the organization.
ARTICLE IV.
Capital Stock.
The authorized capital stock of the
corporation is Fifty Thousand Dollar
($50,000.00) divided into five hundred
hares of One Hundred Dollars
($100.00) each. Business may be com
menced when two hundred fifty (250)
Shares have been subscribed and fully
paid. Further subscriptions to stock
and payments thereon shall be as di
rected and ordered by the board.
Stockholders shall Be liable for the full
amount of their unpaid subscriptions.
When fully paid for, the stock shall
be nonassessable.
ARTICLE V.
Life of Corporation.
The corporation shall commence
when its Articles of Incorporation
have been filed, and it shall terminate
on the first day of January, 1946, un
less sooner dissolved.
ARTICLE VI.
Indebtedness.
The highest amount of indebtednesr
or liability to which the corporatiof
hall at any time subject itaelf shall
not exceed an amount eoual to two
thirds of the capital stock; Provided,
however, the above limitation shall
not apply to notes, bonds or deben
tures where the payment of such
notes, bonds or debentures shall be
secured by the actual transfer of real
estate by trust deed or mortgage;
which real estate so transferred shall
be of twice the value of the par value
of such notes, bonds or debentures;
Provided, further, said limitation shall
not apply to the guaranty of the cor
poration for the payment after trans
fer of any such notes, bonds or de
bentures. ARTICLE VII.
Business How Conducted.
The affairs and business of the cor
oration are to be conducted by a board
of five directors, and by the officers by
them to be elected, and hereinafter
provided. The directors may constitute
three of their numVer an executive
committee, with power to act.
ARTICLE VIII.
Annual Meetings Election of
Directors.
The first meetinsr of the stockholders
shall be held on the 10th day of Janu
ary, 1922, and their regular annual
meetinsr shall be held on the 1st
Tuesday in February; Provided, how
ever, no annual meeting shall be held
until February. At the first meeting,
and at each annual meetinsr thereafter.
the board of directors shall be elected;
to hold ofriee until the annual meeting
next after their election and until
their successors are elected.
ARTICLE IX.
Election of Officers.
The board of directors shall, as soon
as possible after their election, elect
from their own number a President,
one or more Vice-Presidents, and a
Secretary and Treasurer: to hold office
until the annual meeting next after
their election and until their success
ors are elected. One person may hold
the oil ices of Secretary and Treasurer.
ARTICLE X.
By Laws Vacancies.
The board of directors shall have
full power and authority to make all
rules and by-laws necessary for the
proper manaeement and control of th
business affairs of the corporation, and
they may alter and amend the same.
Vacancies occurinpr in the )oard of ili-
rectors shall be fi n bv the WV.
holders; and other offices, vacant from
whatever cause, shall be filled by the
trfctnrn.
ARTICLE XI.
Corporate Seal.
The rornoration hereby adonis n
corporate seal, which shall contain the
wonU: "NORTH W EKTKUN CATTLE
LOAN AND INVESTMENT COM
PANY, CORPORATE SEAU"
ARTICLE XII.
Amendment.
These Articles of Incorporation may
be amended by the stockholders tit any
regular meeting, or special meeting
called for that purpose. A draft of
the proposed amendment shall lie sub
mitted to each stockholder with the
notice of the meeting to which it is to
be considered, which notice shall be
sriven at least ten days Prior to the
date of the meeting. An amendment
approved by the holders of two-thirds
of the capital stock shall be considered
adopted, and be and become a part of
the Articles of Incorporation: and the
directors, or a majority thereof, shall
thereafter uisenlc, acknowledge,
record and publish the same as by
law required.
H. A. COPSE Y, President.
CHAS. BRITTAN, Secretary.
JAY O. WALKER, Vice President
FRED W. HAYES, Director.
BEATRICE O BRYAN, Director.
Witness: H. E. GANTZ.
State of Nebraska,
Box Butte County, ss:
On this SO day of December, 1921,
personally lefore me, II. E. Gantz, a
notary public in and for said county
and state, duly commissioned and
qualified, came II. A. Copsey, Chas.
Ilrittan, Beatrice O'Brvan, Fred W.
Hayes and Jay O. Walker to me well
known to be the identical persons
whose names are affixed to the fore
going articles of incorporation, and
hey severally acknowledged the
execution of the same to be their
voluntary act and deeVi for the pur
poses In said nrticles expressed.
In Testimony Thereof I have here
unto subscribed my name and affixed
my official seal the day and date last
above written.
II. E. GANTZ,
(SEAL) Notary Public.
Mv Commission expires May 9, 1922.
Jan.20-Feb.21.
NOTICE OF HEARING..
nunty i
braska,
County. Nebraska
In the Matter or the Ivstale or John
II. Krauze, Deceased.
Case Nr. 70S.
Notice of Hearing on Report or
Partnership Settlement.
WHEREAS, on the 17th day of Jan
uary, 1922, Rodolphus M. Hampton,
administrator de bonis non of the es
tate of John H. Krause, deceased, filed
his report of the matter and manner
of the settlement of the partnership
interest belonging to said estate in he
late firm of John H. Krause and Her
man J. Krause, doing a partnership
live stock ranch business.
It is hereby ordered that a hearing
be had on said report on the 18th day
of February, 1922, before said Court
in the County Court room in the Cty
of Alliance, Box Butte County, Ne
braska. It is further ordered that notice of
the time and place fixed for said hear
ing be given to all persons interested
in said estate by the publication of
this order for three successive week
in the Alliance. Herald, a legal news
paper printed, published and of gen
eral circulation in said county.
Dated this 19th day of January,
1922. IK A E. TASH.
(SEAL) County Judge
LEE BASYE, Attorney.
Jan. 27-Fcb.l7-Inc
NOTICE.
To Donald Maloney:
You will take notice that on the
23rd day of January, 1922, an Order
of Attachment was issued out of Just
ice Court of L. A. Berry, Justice of
the Peace, against you at the suit of
Frank D. McCormick. 1 hat under said
Order of Attachment the Chicago,
Burlintrton & Quincy Railroad Com
pany was served with garnishment
notice which Railroad Company has
answered that it is indebted to you in
the sum of Forty-six and 81-100 Dol
lars. That the said cause has been contin
ued to March 15th, 1922, at 10 o'clock
A. M. at which time you are required
to appear and show cause, if any you
have, why said money should not be
appropriated to the payment of the
claim of the said Frank D. McCor
mick. FRANK D. McCORMICK.
Plaintiff.
Feb.3-Feb.21-Ine.
Wanted to Buy Your
fat hogs or ship them on
commission. O'Bannon
& Neuswanger. 17-tf
HERALD WANT ADS RESULTS.
HH HmiUU-llluiuniiini. .
The most gracious memorial to the memory of cne"de
parted is a well appointed, dignified burial service. We fur
nishhighcharactered funerals whole elegant appointments
have won renown for this establishment We offer a cour
teous, well equipped service at a price that reflects our spirit
of fairness.
Miller Mortuary
MORTICIANS
Phones: Day, 311
Nieht 522 or 535
SEVEN
rhnne 661 Alliance
Harry P. Courscy
AL'CTIONEER
Live Stock and General Farm Sale
Harvey Meyer will pay full
value for Furs of all kinds, at
Sturgoon'M jraraRC. I.rinjj them
in Saturdays. No furs bought
after February 2.". 13-22
J. E. DUNCANSON, M. D.
Family Doctor Alliance, Nebw
Country cases attended, dnv or n!rhr
rceardless of weather. Comp with vnur
car and carry me, until I learn you
road.
Office in lies., 712 Hatte Avenue
Sign illuminated at night.
GERARD & VELOUS
Wholesale Fruits
WATCH FOR US! '
WELDING
GEO. n. BRECKNER 210 W. 3rd
MOVING, PACKING, STOKINQ
AND SIDITING
SNYDER TRANSFER
AND FIREPROOF STORAGE
"When Ifs Your Move,
Let Us Know"
Office Phone, 15; Res. 881 and Blk. 738
F. A. BALD
Attorney-at-Law
Office in Reddish Block
Let Me Cry Your Sale
R. A. WYLAND
Auctioneer 1232 Missouri
Telephone 884
L. A. BERRY
BOOM 1, RUMER BLOCK
PHONE 9
ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA
Drake & Drake
Doctors of Optometry
Glasses Accurately Fitted
Net Medicine, Surgery, Osteopathy
DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH
Chiropractors Palmer School
Phone 865 - Over Harper
Real Estate, Loans and
Insurance
F. E. REDDISH
Reddish Block
U
COL. J. R. LAWRENCE
Auctioneer
Twenty-three Years Eiperience la
Crying All Kinds of Bales.
Phone 787 Alliance, Neb.
PHONE NO. 1
Transfer and
Storage
PIANO MOVING BY
AUTO TRUCK.
PACKING AND CRATING
FURNITURE A
SPECIALTY.
ALLIANCE TRANSFER
& STORAGE CO.
123 Weat
Third Street
HI
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