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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1902)
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Worth of Merchkndise
In Thirty Days
rieans an EXTRA EFFORT on my part. This I will do by making
such low prices on these goods that it will move them. In October 1 did
the biggest business we ever had since I came to Alliance. 1 want to make
this the best month of the year. You always get good goods and the best
values at this store, but during this sale I am going to sell you good goods
at such low prices that you will always appreciate iti
Remember that on Dec. 31, at 8 p. in.,
I WILL GIVE AWAY
TO MY PATRONS.
A ticket will be given for every dollar in cash that you pay into our
store, whether on purchases or paid on account, entitling the holder to a
chance on prizes worth from $1 to $100.
LADIES', MISSES 5M
$5.65 buys Ladies' U Coat worth $8.00
9.95 " Ladies' j( Coat worth 12.00
$2.g5 " Ladies' Jacket, worth $5.00
I4.50 " Ladies' Jacket, worth $6.50
$8.95. " Ladies' Tan Jacket, worth
$4.95 buys Misses' Coat, worth $5.50
$2.48. " Misses' Jacket, worth S5.00
$2.48 buys Children's Coat with
Muffler and Hood to Match and
-g5 'cents buys' Children's Coats that
-. are worth $2.50.
Ladle's Shoes worth $1.75 to 2.25 at
Mens Shoes worth, $1.50 to 1.95 at
Childrens Shoes worth 75 cents to $1.25
at 68 cents.
Ladies' Felt Slipper, worth 1.50 to
1.75 at 98 cents.
Men's Felt Slipper, worth 1.00 at
Ladies' Night Robes worth $1.25 at
Misses' Night Robes, worth 75 cents at
Gray Mimed Wool Blankets 12-4, worth
J4.00 at 12.48.
Gray all Wool at. . ..... . .... $3.98
White all Wool at. . 3.98
Cotton Blankets, 4JC, 50c, 65c and 75c.
Quilts. ... 78c.
W. W. NORTON'S
Large Department Store
$10 buys Elegant Suit, worth $16.50
$iz " Elegant Black Suit, worth $18
$6.75 " Black Golf Suit, worth $12.50
$2.50 " Ladies' Walking Skirt, worth
Ladies' Walking Skirt, worth ?5voo at
Ladies' Golf Skirt, worth $6.50 at
Two thousand yards
of Prints that go at,
per yard - 3 l-2c
One thousands yards
of gingham that go
Eight hundred yards
of outing that will
sell at - - 5c
Five hundred yards
dress goods worth
30 to 40 cents con
sisting of brocades,
stripes, plaids and
plain at - 20c
Twenty-five pieces of
all wool dress goods
worth 60, 65 and 75
cents at - - 48c
Remnants of all wool
dress goods go a$
cost and less.
Five hundred boys'
two-piece suits, axe
$3, go for - 58c
W. W. Norton's,
$7.79 buys Men's Overcoats worth
$20. during this sale.
50c buys Boys' Overcoats to now to
be closed out that soldfor $2,75
One hundred pairs of
. Men's shoes worth
$2 to $2.50 will he
sold at - $1.49
Seventy-five ' pairs of
worth $1 50 to $J 75
go at - $1 25
One lot of boys' and
worth from 50c to
60c goes at - 25c
100 men's suits worth
$15 go at - $4 48
W. W. NORTON'S
AdveriLvr. S' ., . nut Tr r Krun
lux Mi ,V try 1 1 r,
Sone person 11(1 m tmi.u inn !n
reading BlRnboaus ns othp s Co tr.
rending the com.c r&lQrf. Here ar n
few oddities leyo'ted by observing
travelers, the llrt . which, cv.dtntly
was displayed In ( out of n butchtf.
"I kill mysolt every Tutvtlay nfc.
"Take notia when this board la m
of site the river Is dimerous.'
"Widow with larKo family want
WMblBK by the Week."
"Ladles and K&nts fold and hrtl
This Is the ol,'. shop just come fi'o.
"A largo stock of ladles ho-, in
cashmere, to be cleared 26 ceju tli
pair. They won't lost long t th
"Abominable beltB made to t-Ur ,
Sailor's vitals cooked here."
"Why go further and be guU. ! -'
whoroT Step Inside."
"Closod for th day ovVIng I o -.i k
of proprietor's wife, and who will c
ry on as usual tor-morrow mornin?"
New York Press.
A Freaklth Tft.
At Shlllfrlad, near Matsen, a holiday
resort much patronized by the Vien
nese, there Is a tree which has the
moat singular characteristic of grow
lug horizontally over the ledge of a
deep hollow. The tree Is about ten
years old and two years since, as the
result of a landslip, it fell Into Its pros
ent position, with Us branches upward
and downward, and so haB grown over
sinco, flowering and leafing Just as If
the position wun natural.
Good Detective Work.
A Paris detective recently concealed
himself in an empty wine barrel at
night to And some explanation of the
frequent thefts of wine from the stores
at Bercy. As he expected, the thieves
took him off, In his barrel, with oth
ers holding their proper contents, to
their headquarters, a disused factory,
and so enabled him to get all tho In
format'en he wanted and to secure the
arrest of tho four thieves.
Chesty, the baker, and Jlmrale, the
dago, had a hot argument a few days
ago. It was nip and tuck for a long
time, but Anally Jlmule exclaimed,
with Infinite scorn and that lofty mien
which ho assumes on occasions: "Me
no hero for steala da chick I Mo hero
for killa da two-a peop." That Bot
tled Chesty. Sing Sing Star of Hope.
Only the Edible Kind.
Statisticians assert that the lobster
will Boon be as extinct as the dodo.
Species of lobster not stated. The dry
land or evening variety (Homo ridl
.ulens) will never die out while chor
es girls continue to make goo-goo eyes
at the easy ones In the forward rows,
The Oentleman's Magazine,
Prepared .or Emergencies.
The German war department actu
ally keeps In stock duplicates of all,
the bridges In the empire considered
likely to be damaged or destroyed In
case of war; and, what is more, It has
duplicates of a good many French
bridges and of other countries In
which It la interested.
A New York woman wants a di
vorce because her husband has taught
the fp-ally parrot to nwear. Did Bho
ever think that It wns passible to get
rid of tho parrot and thin restore con
nubial bliss? Its a mighty mean hus
band who Isn't woitri moro than a
Flra Iosim of Amarlea.
Within the last twenty-five years the
fire loss In the United States has ex
ceeded 12,800,000,000. To this total the
year 1901 has contributed loaees aggre
gating over 170,000,00.
Poor Effort at Translation.
The English papers have lately
been having fun with a new German
English and English-German diction
ary. The best example of the work
Is said to be the translation of our
word "glmcrack." According to the
London Dally Chronicle four mean
IngB have been given for this word,
which, when translated back Into
English, are: "The handsome girl,"
"the bad machine," "the ordinary
handshake," and "a magician."
Baffling Mystery Cleared.
A recent artlclo by the editor of Har
per's magazine may help to clear away
a crtiel mystery that has greatly wor
rled a good many would-be contribu
tors to that popular periodical. Mr.
Alden explains that four out of every
flvo manuscripts received are re
jected, ard that perhaps onco In a
twelve-mcrth the first offering of a
new writer Is accepted. Yet why de
spair? Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Diploma a Tins Pianist
Theodore Hanson, the new first sec
retary of the Ru-s'au embassy, In
Washington, Is roaster of the piano,
his touch, technique and expression
being almost, if not quite, equal to
those of the great professionals. Mr.
Hansen Is particularly happy In his
rendering of works belonging to the
Former MlntiUr to Cfalna.
Colonel Charles Denby, former xnln
later to China, Is said to have a knowl
edge of the Chinese language and liter
ature equaled by but few persona In
this country. He speaks the higher
sort of Chinese dialects almost as a
native and reads tho language quit
as well as he doea English.
Dierks' Lumber! Coal Co.
. Lumber and Buiding
Co &tv& A)3oo&..
We Can Also
a Loan In the
Nebraska Central Building and Loan Association.
SO AS TO HELP
V, M. Knioht, Ptvn. O. 11. Connett, Oaahlor. W, II. Ookbin, V. I'res.
Alliance National Bank,
2J Incorporated. Sect. Conservative. 2
Capital Paid in $50,000.
DMKOTOUSi 1. M, Knight, U. JA Uottlehclm, W. 11. Got bin, Thos. Hock, JAW, Harris.
ear money loaned on approved security.
W. A. Hampton, President.
A. S. Rebd, Vice President
First National Bank,
Capital, $50,000. - Surplus and Profits, $20,000.
Directors: W. A. Hampton. A. S. Reed E. C. Hampton. R. M. Hampton.
Lumber and Ilulldlng Material.
Forest Lumber Co.
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Estimates Cheerfully Given.-
WE MAKE ALL
AND A SPECIAL
B. M. HOTEL.
i'G, A. WHITE,! Pbofrietok. - J .
Good Board and CIeanComfortable Rooms.
WE AIM TO PLEASE.
SHIPPED OVER THE BUR,
Who came here to slay,
And will never be driven away,
And Sold to
This is the Beer that Waked Up
Alliance, and it Stands to
Reason It's the ....
Best In the World!
Just order a case of " Red, White and Blue"
for family use. We'll deliver the same at any
hour, day or night; for we're out for business
and lose no time. ... .. . .
H. C. ARMSTRONG.
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YOU GET A HOME.
R. M. Hampton, Cashier
G, .Hampton, Ass't Cashier.
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YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
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