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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1903)
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That the successf ill man
That, the successful
More satisfied customers have left this store during the past week than any previous week of its existence. Our sales are
increasing every day. "We are constantly adding to our force of employees and new goods are arriving every day in the week
rLioEr?o0,v,ANQCTANBS,NucN!fEL Don't Forget that SWAMHOLSVP Sells it for Less;'
I Mrs. Thos. Regan....
Has a Large
riaterials, Embroidery Materials,
Stamped Linings, Hair Goods, etc.
I Opera House
The only spring
III (8580) Bred bv William
Ward, Weston, Spalding
Line, England and imported
by L. Banks Wilson of
Wll make thf season of 1P0S at my ruurli llvo
mllus ut aurt unt-)ml mllti north of 11 om-
lu!.rforti. ... ... ,,
Torms-ilO to ln-nro llvlnj? colt. All mures
brwl ut owner's rlU. 1 rooorvo right to rujuet
nuy lmiio. If owner iwrtrt with loaru shu will
bo considorwl In fofil unl fuoo duo ut onuo.
I'urtltH HvliiB ut a lUstanco win I wive iimi
qrod forfl, chkIi, uxtrit.
.My well known Hamblctonian stallion,
I'.vcnttme, will mukc tho season ut the
Checkered I'ront livery barn. Terms:
$10 to insure In foal. Owners disposing
of mores before f online will be holding
XV. V.. COI.VIN.
man of today is the man who is judicious in
HYP READ THESE PRICES. They
17 lbs. sugar for .... $1 00
Canned Corn gc
15c Tomatoes per can nc
15c Hulled corn 3 for 25c
15c Pumpkin 3 for 25c
25c Strawberries per can 19c
20c Apricots per can 15c
17c Pears per can i24c
12J3C String Beans per can gc
Oil sardines 5c
Mustard sardines 10c
Salmon per can i3-i5-aoc
15 Sauer Kraut per can 10c
4 packages Soda 25c
Search Light Matches 3 for 100
Quaker Oat Meal per package.. 10c
10c Gloss Starch 4 for 25c
ioc Corn Starch 4 for... 25c
15c Cold Water Starch ioc
5c Yeast Foam 3 for ioc
5c Pearl'me 7 packages for 25c
All Best laundry soap 7 for 25c
Coc Jelly per pail 4SC
15c dried silver prunes ioc
15c dried peaches i24c
12 'ic dried peaches ioc
1 zYz c dried prunes Sc
15c evaporated apples ioc
Crackers, box lot 7c lb
40c gal. apples 30c
Goc gal. pears 4SC
Goc gal. gooseberries 50c
Goc gal grapes 45c
Patent ?i 00
Straight Grade goc
TAILOR MADE Suits. 6
Waists, fluslin Under- a
wear, Fancy Notions, Chil
dren's Headwear, Battenberg
and Transfer Line.
HEN YOU GO TO LEAVE TOWN, don't worrj
about what to do with your Household Good:
S. A. Miller will take charge of them; store then
in a nice, dry and cool place and pack and sbtr
wherever desired. Charges "easonable,
dray line in the city.
S. A. Miller.
MISS MAGGIE HARRY, Proprietress
Good Table Board
Opposite Depot, Alliance, Neb.
of today is the
n . . 1
Dry G-oods PgPJ
Pemnant Silk Sale
Vi yd lengths to 10 yd lengths
lot fancy waist silks worth T.V, sale price UW
1 lot fancy moire, nil Hlinilus. worth $1.U0, snlo
I bit? lot moire, taffeta and corded waist silks
out 100 different pattern, regular price
SI. 00, .2S, S1.S0 Hint tl.n. all ko ut Mo
Ill assort tnunt of suttuoiis worth $1.25 to 51.75
pur pnrd, sale prico 5iv.
Maku ybur nclm'tlnns lit on?o. These sllki?
will not luxtloiiK at thoso prices. .
?l 00 wrapper "PiS
$1.25 wrapper , UM
$1.75 wrapper $1.3
$2.00 wrapper $1.44
7Se ladles union Milts 40c
25c ladles piuzo vest 18c
20c " 14c
10c " 50
20c chlldrens Biitii-o vest 14C
15c " PC
S 1.25 Ladies' basket weave,
duck and pique waists 85c
J? 2.50 Ladies' fine silk waists $ 1.75
5 5.00 Ladies' fine silk waists
elegantly trimmed J 3.75
25CC1U Boys' leather stockings 15c
Standard prints at 3J4' cents per
yard, fancy prints Vz to 6 cents per
yard. L. L. muslin 4 cents per
yard, Bleached muslin 5 and G cents
per yard, Hope muslin 7 cents per
yard. Lonsdale 7 cents per yard,
nine quarter unbleached sheeting 17
cents per yard, nine quarter bleached
sheeting 20 cents per yard. " '
S45.75 toCnllfornln und Hack, ln liur
For the general assembly of the Pres
byterian church in the U. S. A. at Los
Angeles May v'lst to Juno 2nd.
Tickets on hale May 12 to ISinclusivo
limited for return to July 15, 1003.
Stopovers allowed at many points of
Ask the ticket agent for particulars.
German oacli Stallion
Will stand for the season of 1903 at'
Smith & Keeler's livery barn in Alii
ancer Friesland is a beautiful, imported
bay horse of a gentle and kind disposi
tion. Any lady or child can drive
him. Weight, 1450 pounds; iG hands
high; good style and splendid action.
TKKM3: $10 for HvhiR colt, payables when
colt Is fouled. If not nalfl when duo, 10 pur
cent Intortst will bo charged, if owner
should dispose of mitro she will bo coimldured
In foul unci fuos duo ut once. Curo will bo
taken to prevent accidents but owner will not
lie respossiblo should uny occur.
IRA REED, Owner.
W. M. FOSKET,
Will Cry Sales in This and
Adjoining Counties. . . .
BY THE DAY.
C3T Satisfaction guaranteed. If
yon want to buy or sell ranch prop
erty, iiit it with me
3.Tke.W 2, T?.e,YCfc.
Ainmt for thu Culedonlun, of
hcotmiHl, winch Insure town
ropurty only, und tho Colum- V
ilu. which Itlsurus town unit X-
furni property and llvo stock. O
Itoth uro rultubluold line com
man who realizes the value of
- " I I 1 1 I 1 1 II tl I I I " T - III I I II I .
That Swan holm Co's methods of doing business are the methods
that appeal to the man who appreciates the value of a dollar?
We are .showing sumo splendid hnrtfatun In
men's hniid tailored, stylish sprint; mid Hum
mer stills. An endless variety of choice pal
turns made. by modern methods ami by tailors
wliolconiliino Intellect with skill. These suits
are made uner 11 thorough sanltury oy.stem
aud not In sweat shops as Is customary with
the majority ot ready-to-wear clothliiK manu
facturers. The result Is
Permanent Satisfaction to the lluycr.
$12.50 I)Ir lot 0foddsl7.es, toclosfl., $0.75
$10 cheviots In all the different patterns J7.50
15 lilnck, jrrny ami blno worsteds $11.00
$3.50 mens' extra pants all gles $1.00
II A T S
$2.50 to $1.00 your choice 'till Sat. night $1.05
$5 HtetMm hats, all shades $3.00
fl ................ f-.OU
Towers Fish brand slicker S2.90
?4.oo Stetsou hats S3. 20
S5.00 Utctson hats $3.90
St. 25 Black sateen shuts goc
Si. 25 Ideal, Lion brand and
Wilson Bros, dress shirts Si. 00
15c Linen collars, all brands ioc
15c Black and brown sox, gc
50c Overalls 39c
50c Jackets 3gc
Si. 00 Union made overall and
Si. 50 Brotherhood gnuntlet gloves Si. 10
Si. 25 Brotherhood medium gloves goc
St' Brotherhood short wrist gloves 75c
Si. 50 Busby gloves goc
ioc Rochford sox 5c
Boys' clothing, the largust lino in the
city. Comploto assortment of little
linen suits lor little men.
made of careuflly selected grain in a
distillery where every detail of the
leaking is watched by those jealous of
its reputation is our Marriage Wreath.
It is a
that can be used safely in the home,
in the sick room or at the club.
Of fine quality when made
acquired an exquisite flavor,
THE RED LIGHT.
THE HEST OE
Our Prices are Right.
&VY3B lis a naV Qx&tx.
J as. Graham.
FINE BOOTS and SHOES
KEPAIRINO A SI'KOIALTV.
OKDEBS CALLED 1-OK AM) DKLIVRItBD
& fi$L Iji flj O
5' w fMmt I"'
O YOU KNOW
will answer the question.
Keith's Celebrated Patent Vici
guaranteed not to crack . ..
Men's Velour and Calf the regu
lar S5.00 kind, our price
Men's extra heavy Calf worth
S4.00, our price .".
Men's Victs and Colts in several
different Btylcs, regular credit
price S3. 50, our price
Men's Box Calf welts for
A complete line of Ladies', Men's
and Children's shoes at 25 to 35 per
cent cheaper than any credit store can
Ladies' Patent Leathers Si
Ladies' Oxfords, new styles in
endless vairety at 1
Ladies' Undressed Kid Top, silk
lined, made of selected stock $2
Misses and Babies shoes and Oxford
shoes a spccilty.
For a Full
..... . 09, r 1 1
That Can't be Real
A. D. RODGERS.
Is Our Leader. Try It...,
WftST SIDI5 MAIN
Contractor and Builder.
Turning and Scroll
Work and all
Kinds of Shop
GEO. Q. GADSBY,
Rrlck Shop West of Alliance' NuUoutil
Rank. Alliance, Nob.
Flour 1 Feed.
to run by ihc Vea'son or
year. Corrospondonco solicited. wr.r.
once Commercial Hank. Chappell, Neb.
Jno. M. Delatouk, Hutchinson. Neb.
Eor Sale or Lease The J. Ilagerty
ranch four miles east of Dridfieport; over
400 acres under irrigation and plenty of
good range. Would also sell hordes, mules
and cattle and farm implements. 3-12-8W
Acheson St. Jodcr,
Tho hardware men, sell the only cattle
dip, Car-Sul. for lice, Itch and mange.
See them if you want to clean up your
Notice of Snle rmlcrCirnttcI AtortRnRe.
isntlco Is lieroby kIvi-ii that. 1y vlrtn.. of u.
r.jimiiiN hi iivuri- 11.0 l.:iniflit nf tUSCOiin.
'i-iuuiL iiiiyinir mill inane In tli ui
meninf Mihl hum, ..:ul n,i M,if. iirit!il.
KS'i'.'Ei 'A1 '! w '"" ",fc '" '" "''luti'u 1.,
foie 1 will bull I hu iionrt) il.ttrvin .IumtiIic ,.
vl (Jno Mirrul mure, w.-lclit cj iKMindJ f
yuurs iihi. two white hiiuf f.-ot .,,';. ii.i:
bttliio In faff, lin.i.iletl 1, on .ift lionhter. n--o!-".y.
"'K ,l umI ru.tr.-. unnmnrt-
'...ii. nuui Kniiiiff, III puo if ituci on ut
t onorthfust fonn.r of Inturctloi of Box
Vmf.f.'""'. Wy,or"1!'' "vi'tuitw In tho eltyof
?J.l,JLni-0- 1,1..'t0 1 t i-ouut v. state of Ke
hri sku, on tho 30th day of .Muy, 1103, at
o'clock . in. uf Mtld luy. '
'l'-J-t William JIorSTS, MortjMffue,
Petition to Soil Uvul Rstutu.
I'utcioii. J' nniij llogd, Agii
1 fiJii 'i. V""1"' M001'- D)tors, children '
UiN i-iiuau came mi to hi- hi-urd thKJUh d.is
of April, JlWI. unoii tl... putlilon ofr. SI. l"iv,lii
Buardliiii of Tho.xloroIVtfrM.ri, I'rwiJt lloou
Akiius IIoihI, Kiidio Hood and Mlunlo I ood
minor heirs, to soil tho bonthoast and south'
WfKKiiiiirtorsof htvtlon is In townshlnSSot
ruuKM, In Jiox ljutto fonity. Nobrasta. In
wlilcli kiild minor hulrs eauh have 11 ono-Uftl.
Interest and thoeourt havln fully coiisldurwl
t luwtiuomidlt nnpearlng to thoeourt from
tho petition tlmt It would lo beneficial to sulci
wards that their Interest In said jt'iil estate
bo sold, now therefore it Is hereby ordered
and directed that the nnxt of kin and all
ti.oriHrbons Interested, hlmll nppenr Itefore
ho dlbtrU-i court of Ko.x Jlutto county. No
bruska ut the dlbtrlet court room In tho court
house ut Al lam-f, IJox Ilutto county, .Nebrus
KSj.nt,1,i,o,'k " '" ouUieotliduyof June,
lliin, and show cuusu why 11 license should not
Ut panted for the sale of said estate It U
ordered that this uotlco bo published In Tin
alliance IIkijalu. it newspupor of Kfiiernl
clrouluilon publlsliod in Alflaiice. Hox llutte
county. Nebraska, at least three sutoesslvt
weeks lieforo day of heurlinr.
.1. J. II.UIKINOTON, Judge
Iy virtue of an order of sale Issued by tbu
clerk of tho district court of Uox Ilutto coun-
)i iv.jiit'.Kii. upou 11 uecreu renuurou by bald
court In favor ; of .lwiios N. Clark, receiver
uudau'iilnst i'eter B. Shonquest, Mrs. Khon-
quest, his wife. It. M.
llituiptun, Mrs. Ilamn-
ton. t. U. t'onnor and Mrs. Connor,
uiiniinuw, i nut. ou ine .'Din ily r
A.I). HKU. Ill 10 o'clock a. m. nil iJ,l,,
wiwt front door of thecourt liouse In Allianoo ia
ay at tlio
omiu luumj, boh ura luuoiviun luscnix-u rei
etato. to-wit: the boutlieust U ot socttou 4 of
townblilp 20. uojthof range 48 west of tho fith
jirinclpal raorldlan In Uox Uutto county. Ne
braeka. at public auction to tbe highest blddor
. .9.1. ii btl,sf; "W rilir of Bala In tho Bum
ofPI5.30, and Interest, costs and accruing
costs also subject to taxes umounllne to thw
sum of J3T.73. 1 ha HfiED.
fchorlff of Said County.
Smith V. Tuttlk, Attorney for Plaintiff:
First publication, April 4.
('.,:ilo,)or; mF un" 'nly Illcil u,r r .-..hi In tl",
fIIIe of thu .-oiinty .i)rk of lllx Hutu'
V2 '.ty' ;N!,'-l!,l, ""thf i-.Ui tly ui (. ,i,Jr
IW02. and fxccntiwl iiv .1 11 11...1.T-... 11 .;..
... ,tu iui 11, irjiiiHi.i
in tho d Utr et court of Nov Jtutto rounfu
.oliraskii, In the nmttur of tho npolleatlo
!'uteioii.l:nini(iJogd, Agnes Hood. Lddu
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