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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 26, 1902)
Worth of Merchandise
In Xhirty Days
means 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 I did
the biggest business we ever had since I came to Alliance. I 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 it.
fiemember that on Dec. 31, at 8 p. m,
I WLL GIVE AWAY
TO MY PATRONS.
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.
X ABIES', MISSES m
$$5.65 buys Ladies' ? Coat worth $8.00
$9.95 " Ladies' tf Coat worth S12.00
"??2.95 " Ladies' Jacket, worth fa. 00
$4.50 " Ladies' Jacket, worth $6. 50
I8.95. " Ladies' Tan Jacket, worth
$4.95 buys Misses' Coat, worth S5.50
...$2.48. " Misses' Jacket, worth 5.00
$2.48 buys Children's Coat with
Muffler and Hood to Match' and
95 cents buys Children's Coats that
are worth 52.50.
0& '. SHOES.
2P'. i Xadie'B Shoes worth $1.75 to 2.25 at
$$sK '. -' . - " - ""
Sp ' Wens' Shoes worth, Si. 50 to Si. 95 at
fr , , 98 cents.
'A , Childrens Shoes worth 75 cents to 1.25
m.i'. at 68 cents.
. , , Ladies' Felt Slipper, worth 1.50 to
1.75 at 98 cents.
X " Men's Felt Slipper, worth Si.oo at
', - 59 cents.
Ladies' Night Robes worth $1.25 at
Misses' Night Uobes, worth 75 cents at
Gray Mimed Wool Blankets 12-4, worth
S4.00 at 12.48,
Gray all Wool at ...$3.98
White all Wool at 3.98
Cotton Blankets, 4JC, 50c, 65c and 75c.
Quilts - 78c.
I. W. NORTON'S
Large Department Store
$10 buys Elegant Suit, worth 16.50
S12 " Elegant Black-Suit, worth $i&
6.75 " Black Golf Suit, worth S12.50
$2.50 " Ladies Walking Skirt, worth
Ladies' Walking Skirt, worth S5.00 at
Ladies' Gojf Skirt, y'orth $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 at
cost and less.
Five hundred boys'
two-piece suits, are
$3, go for - 58c
$7.79 buys Men's Overcoats worth
$zo. during this sale.
50c buys Boys' Overcoats to now to
be closed out that soldfor S2.75
One hundred pairs of
Men's shoes worth
$2 to $2.50 ' will be
sold at - $1.49
Seventy-five pairs of
worth $ 50 to $1 75
go at - $J 2
One lot of boys' and
worth from 50c to
60c goes at - 25c
100 inen?s suits worth
$J5 go at - $4 48
W. W. NORTON'S
Large Department Store
rinds It Vcnr Satisfactory.
Lincoln, Neb., June at, 1902.
Mr. Landy Clark Agent
Dear Sir In reply to your inquiry as to
how I regard Sheridan coat, I will say after
having tried it during the past winter in
furnace, kitchen range and in fire place, I
have found it satisfactory in all three.
Being almost smokeless and having the
property of holding Are for a long tlmoln
fact, until every vestige of coal Is con
sumed, I have found it very satisfactory
for use in a furnace designed for hard coal.
Its cleanliness together with its property
of holding Tire makes It desirable for use
in kitchen range and in grate.
E. T. Hartley.
ThatNcwItookontho Mr Horn llnsln
Is off the press and ready for distribution.
It is a Kttlc bit the best publication de
scriptive of this wonderful section of Wy
oming yet issued. It gives brief glimpses
of its farms, gardens, cattle ranches, irri
gating canals, oil fields and a word about
the golden opportunities. Illustrated by
thirty-one splendid half-tones from photo
graphs. Tree to any address on request.
J. Francis, G. P. A., Burlington Route,
Omaha, Nebraska. 11-21-31
Half Kates to Lincoln.
On January IB to 24, 100L', the Bur
lington will sell tickets from any point
In Nebraska to Lincoln and return at
ono faro for tho round trip. Tickets
good returning until February 3. Ask
tho Burlington agent.
Low Ifntcs for tho Holiday.
To points within 200 miles round trip
tickets via the Burlington Route will
bo 6old at greatly reduced rates on
December 24, 25 and 31 and January 1.
Good returning until January 2, 100.1.
For further particulars ask the Bur
Half Kates to Lincoln.
December 20 and 30 the Burlington
Route will sell tickets from any. point
in Nebraska or South Dakota to Lin
coin, Neb., and return nt ono fare for
tho round trip, Tickets good return
ing until January 3, 1002. Ask the
Notice Is hereby given Unit hlds will bo re
ceived ut tho oflice of the county clerk until
noon, January 13, 11W) (or tho leuso of tho poor
farm and board of imupors, wanlilnH and
mending clothes for tho same for one year
commencing Mitrch I, 11X3, ulso bids for tho
position of county iiliyHlolun, such phyMclun
to furnish medicines and medical attention to
the paupers In tho poor house and to such
persons outside tho limits of Alliance and
Hcmlngfclrd as they may bo ordered by tho
county commissioners for the year 1003. JJjr
tho county board.
S. M. Smysor, County t'lork-.
Alllauco, Nob., Dec. 21. HW!.
In tho mutter, nt tho application of Alia
Oookln, guurdlun, for license to xell the real
estate of her wards t
Notice Is hereby given that In pursnuncif of
an order of W. H. Westovor, .ludgo of tho Dis
trict Court of lion llutto county, Nebraska,
made on tho nth day of December; 1!W8, for
tho Halo of the real estate hereinafter do
bcrlbed, there will be sold at tho west front
door of thoeonrt limine In tho city of Alllanc?
In Itox llutto county and state of Nebraska,
on ihelSthdayof January, 1002, at 10 o'clock
f. m. at public venduo to the highest bidder
aoreash tho following described real estate,
tn-wlt: The west half of section tti In town
ship 28 north of range. 49, the northwest quar
ter of suction t and tho northeast quarter of
section 5 in township 27 north, of rango 49
west of thoslMh principal meridian In Ne
braska. Said sale will remain open ono hour.
Al.U (JooKtN, Guardian.
L . . i
Uy virtue of unorder of sale Issued by tho
clork of tho district court of ISox Unite
county, upou a decree rendered by said court
in favor of .Tames N. Clarke, receiver, of tho
Nebraska Loan and Trust Company, plain
tttr.nnd ngalrist Wilbur V. Patterson, Jennie
Patterson, bis wife, and the County of
Uox Uutte, Nebraska are defendants; 1
will. on jtho 13th day of January, A.D. 1003
nt 10 O'clock a. tnion said day. at tho west
front door of tho courthouse. In Alliance In
atd County, sell tht? following described real
estate, to-wlt: tho southwest of section H.
of township 26 north, range 4ft, west of 6tli
principal meridian In Box llutto county, Ne
braska, at public auction to tho highest
bidder for cash, to satisfy said order of sale
In the sum of J1,06M7 and Interest, costs and
accruing costs. 1HA BKEI),
Sheriff of Said County.
Hmitii P.TUW.K, Attorney for Plaintiff.
First publication, December 12.
Notice of Incorporation of tho Mollring
Itosa Live Stock Company.
Notion Is hereby given of tho lncorHratlon
of the Mollrlng-Rosu Live Stock Company.
Alliance Box Hutto county, Nebraska,
shall bo. tho principal pluco of transacting
tho business of said corporation.
The naturo of the business to bo transacted
by corporation shall bo to buy. sell and raise
livestock. To purchase and hold lands for
the purpose of raising, growing, producing and
firarlng live stock. To pledge llvu stock and
and for furthering tho purpose and interest
of tho corporation and loan monoy upon live
stock and ranch lands and to hold bills re
cctvable In any manner to promote tho Inter
est of said corporation.
The capital stock of said corporation is
IJO.OOO.aopercent. to be subscribed and paid
before tho commencing of business. Tho re
mainder to bo paid us required by the Board
The tluiouf commencing business Novem
ber 1st. 1WA Said corporation to continue
during tho period of ten years.
The highest amount of Indebtedness nt any
time shall not bo more than 15,000.
Tho uffalrs of said corporation shall bo con
ducted by a. Board of Directors of not more
than lire and from said Directors shall bo
chosen a President, Treasurer and General
Dated Alliance, Nebraska, December 4th,
Molliuno-Rosa Livestock Company.
FINE BOOTS and SHOES
UEPAIKINO A Hl'EQIALTV.
OUDE113 CALLED FOR AND DELIVEHED
Dier ksJ Lumber! Coal Co.
a Lumber and Building
Cot &tv& ASD00A..
Wq Can Also Make You '
a Loan In the
Nebraska Central Building and Loan Association
SO AS TO HELP YOU GET A HOME.
F. M. Kmairr, Pre. o. U. Connkxt, Cashier. W. II. GbniiiK, V, Pre.
Alliance National Bank,
-. y IxioorporgLted. &m.im, Oonservatlve, 2SU
Capital Paid in $60,000.
DIHEOTOHS F, M. Knight, B. F. DeUleuolm, W. IICorbln, Thos. Heck, F.W. Harris.
fW MONEY LOANED ON APPROVED SE0URITY.
V. A. Hampton, President.
A. S. Rked, 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.
Estimates Cheerfully Given.-
WE MAKE ALL
AND A SPECIAL
B. & M. HOTEL.
G, A. WHITE,
Good Board and Clean
. fr i SM,, i hi'
WE AIM TO PLEASE.
Opp. XXlla. Orand,
SHIPPED OVER THE BUR
Who camo here to stay,
And will never be driven away,
And Sold to His Customers
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. P. ARMSTRONG. I
X, f V v .
R. M, Hampton, Cashier
O. Hampton, Ass't Cnshier,
'SVW TRatvAs o imiw atv
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