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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1903)
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If so read Runner's Prices and you will, know the
place where Dimes have the purchasing; power of
riexican Dollars elsewhere ..
f Dry Goods
Ladies 75c Shirt Wnists 35c
Ladies Si. 00 Shirt Waists - 5
Ladies Si. 50 Shirt Waists .. 750
Ladies $20.00 Tailor Made Suits S12.00
Ladies S15.00 Suits Sg.oo
Ladies ? 10.00 Suits . ,
Ladie? S7.50 Suits
Ladies S15.00 Skirts ..
Ladies S10.00 Skirts ..
Ladies S7.50 Skirts
Ladies 5.00 Skirts ..
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All lines Lawn and Percale Skirts at, one-half price.
Ladies S20 Jackets '. ...- Si35
Ladies Si 5 Jackets
Ladies Si 2 Jackets
Ladies Sio Jackets
Ladies S" Jackets
Ladies S5 Jackets
Ladies S2 Wrappers
Ladies Si. 50 Wrappers
Ladies Si. 00 Wrappers
I Clothing i
Men's S15.00 Suits .. S10.00
Men's S12.00 Suits , S8.50
Men's S10.00 Suits ....... S7.00
Men's S7.50 Suits . .:. .. $5.00
Men's S15.00 All Wool Irish Fiiezc Ulster Over
Men's $15.00 and S18.00 Long Dress Overcoat S10.00
Hoys S10.00 Ulster Overcoats SC.00
Hoys S7. 50 Overcoats S5.00
Hoys S5-00 and SG.00 Overcoats S4.00
Hoys Three Piecs. Long Points, all Wool Suits .So. 50
Hoys Two Piece Suit 75c and Si. 00.
Hoys All Wool Two Piece Suits Si. 50, S2.00, S2.50.
I Shoes i
Men's $5 Kincst Dress Shoe, Patent Leather
or Vici S3.50
Men's S4 Fine Enamel or Velour Calf Shoes . 3.00
Men's S3. 50 Fine Vici Kid or Kangaroo Calf 2.75
Men's S3. 50 Hcst Russia Calf Shoe 2.75
Men's S3, good soled, work or medium dress shoe 2.25
Men's S2. 50 good work Shoe 1.75
Ladies S4 fine Vici Kid hand tinned dress shoe 3.00
Ladies S3. 50 trimmed patent or Kid Shoe ... . 2.75
Ladies S3 Kid Shoes ? .......... 2.25
Ladies S2. 50 Shoes . '.," ...,1 1.75
Ladies S2 Shoes v ,:..,- 1,50
Ladies S3. 50 Slippers ,.(., . 2.25
Ladies S3. 00 Slippers ....,.....,. ... 2.00
Ladies $2.50 Slippers ..-, ., Ly,4.l.. .; 1.73
Ladies S2. 00 Slippeis .'. n. .......i 1.35
Sugar per Saok S5.75
Hesf grade full patent flour, per sack , ... 1.00
Second grade ;. .go
7 bars White Russian or Diamond C soap ... .25
3 packages yeast foam ,-...., 10
4 packages Gloss Starch -..... .., . .25
4 packages Corn Starch ,. -.,Jj u. .25
4 packages Soda ..' . ....' 1. ...,..;; . A 25
3 boxes matches ... ... .' .10
Tliree scent boxes toilet soap '....X ,. .. .10
Four 10 cent boxes toilet soap ......, . .25
Corn per can . ....... .-. IO
Corn per case '. ..; ; 2.25
Tomatoes per can :,. : n
Tomatoes per case ... 2.G0
Pie peaches per can ., .' .. . l2y2
Table peaches per can ...... ..s. : 15-20
Pears per can . , u tIe
Hominy ioc per can or 3 for..,. . " ... .25
All oat meal per package .to
Cups and saucers per set ,40
Plates per set . . 35.40
Kex Sugar Cured Ham per pound ,15
T, J. O'KHEFE
J. H. KNIEST .
. , . Publisher j
Entered at the postoffice at Alliance,
Nebraska, for transmission through the
mails, as second-class matter.
Display, per single column inch per
Dusiness locals, per line first insertion .10
Each subsequent insertion, per line .05
Legal notices at statute rates.
i&T Tjik Herald is the Official Publica
tion of.Box Butte county and its circula
tion is uearly twice that of any other Al
Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance.
Kor Judge of the Supremo Court,
.JOHN J. SULLIVAN.
Pur Koironts of tho Statu University.
V. O. JONES.
i:. O. WKtlllEK.
1'or Judges of tho 1Mb Judicial District.
J. J, HAKUINOTON.
V. II. WKSTOVRIl.
t. M. SMYSKU.
1 . I'or Treasurer,
' OHAS. V. HUENNAN.
c For SliorliT,
U. IC. Sl'ACMT.
For Superintendent of Hohools,
.. X. U.VUMGAllDNElt.
A. S. HEED.
JOHN I'. IIAZAKU.
O. IIUMPIUIVS. ' ,
For CouiniUdoner 1st District.
A prize baby show is one of the
social features of Gering this week. It
is said the crop is both prolific and
That sub-committee of the senate
finance committee appointed to devise
an elastic currency should call upon
experts Beavers and Mahen to testify
The residence of Dr. R. W. E. Cas
tcrlinc, editor of the Grafo Echo, was
entered by thieves recently who se
cured S210 in cash.
Here's encouragement to Alliance
poultry enthusiasts: The American
hen lays S3oo,ooo,ooo worth of eggs a
year, her product being the most
valuable crop of the United States,
with the exception of wheat, corn and
Senator Hevcridge say's he "got
drunk on nature" while staying in the
Maine woods." The susceptible sena
tor should spend a week in the glorious
atmosphere of western Nebraska and
he would certainly be filled too full for
During Judge Westover's two terms
on the district bench he has made a
most enviable record, gaining the re
spect of the entire bar throughout the
disttict regardless of politics, both on
account of his integrity and ability as
judge as well as his uniformly just and
unprejudiced decisions. Rushville
The fusionists of the eleventh judicial
district Friday evening at Grand Island
placed 111 nomination Judge J. R.
Thompson of Grand Island and Judge
J. S. Armstrong of Boone county.
One ballot was taken in each conven
tion, both candidates receiving all but
five and one-half votes, which were cast
in the populist convention for Hon. V.
H. Thompson of Grand Island and
County Attorney Taylor of St. Paul.
Nathan Swift, son of the well known
packer, Louis F. Swift, was accident
ally struck on the head by a ball while
playing polo at Chicago last Monday.
Blinded by the glare of the Bun, Swift
was unable to follow the course of a
polo ball driven by the mallet of his
friend, Sidney Love, and it struck him
on the temple, causing an injury which
caused his death. Mr. Swift at first
laughed at the apparently slight in
jur)'. He finally consented to leave
the field and dismounted from his horse
but walked away unaided. Arriving
home he complained of dizziness and
later went into a delirium which ended
in death. A blood vessel was ptured
by the blow and a smgical operation,
According to Turkish dispatches the
wicked Bulgarians are burning their
own villages, cutting their own throats
and assaulting their own women just !
for the sake of spoiling the reputation I performed to relievo the pressure, was
of the poor Turks. nt sufficient to save his life.
A Prominent Republican Speaks.
Holt County Iinluicmlciit
The republicans in the fifteenth judicial
district have placed in nomination for
judges Allen G. Fisher of Clintlron and W.
T. Wills of Butte. It seems to have been
a schemes of Fisher's to get a weak man
on the ticket in order that he might be
traded off to advantage. Fisher is a poli
tician and sill leave no stone unturned to
secure his oun election. The only hope
for a continuance of judicial fairness in
that district is that the people are well
enough acquainted with Mr. Fisher and
his methods to bury him so deep he will
not know what hit him. Personally Mr.
Fisher is a pleasant gentleman to meet and
is a personal friend of the writer, but we
cannot support him although a voter in
that district. Niobrara Tribune (Rep.)
The foregoing at tide is copied from
the Niobrara Tribune, a strong repub
lican newspaper published at Niobrara.
Editor Kendall is a legal voter and
resident of Boyd county. He is a life
long republican, but he knows, as the
Independent has known for some time,
that Mr. Fisher was nominated in the
railroad interest, and Mrs. Wills was
nominated only for the purpose of try
ing to trade him off in Fisher's interest.
Long before the Republican convention
the Independent had inside information
but of a confidential character that
Mr. Dickson did not intend to bo a can
didate for the reason that he well knew
he could not be elected: but in the in
terest of the railroad he is attorney for
he would try to get the Holt county
delegation made up of his friends on
the claim that he might be a candidate
and then he would deliver them to
Fisher. It was well known to Mr.
Dickson that Fisher could not get the
delegation from Holt county on his
own merits; Mr. Fisher very well un
derstood this likewise. Theic aro some
republicans in Holt county w'ho person
ally know Mr. ftsiier ami tuere are
others who well knew that he has
knued Jmlge Kmkaul at every oppor
tunity for the last fifteen years. These
men would have made shott work of
Fisher's candidacy in the republican
county convention if it was ever ad
mitted that the delegation should be
delivered to him. Mr. Dickson picked
the committee that selected tho dele
gates and he selected the delegates aud
he selected only those that he could
deliver to Fisher. An examination oi
the list of delegates so selected show
that they were people who were either
under railroad control or under con
trol of Mr. Dickson. Some ot ttioin
are persons who had stuck the knife
into Judge Kinkaid just as industriously
as Fisher has done.
J. W. HAUMOAUDNKR.
Few people of this county would fail to
recognize the above picture as that of J. W.
Baumgardner, Box Butte county's efficient
superintendent ot schools and who is a can
didate for re-election. During Mr. Baum
gardner's lop; residence in the county he
has enjoyed the respect and esteem of
those with whom he has come in contact
for his integrity and lofty aims. In his
official capacity he has proven himself to
be a most capable educator and a friend of
the teacher. Voters who believe in "let
tiug well enough alone" should see that an
X appears after the name of J. W. Baum
gardner on their ballots Nov. 3,
One of the offices to be filled this fall
which has little revenue attached to it
but which is more important than man)'
suppose is that of county surveyor.
The present incumbent, J . P. Hazard
has had many years expei ience in this
line of wotk and during his present
term has purchased some valuable in
struments at his own expense, to better
equip himself for the work and these
facts are worthy of consideration of the
tax payers of the county.
Council Bluffs citizens are agitating
the question of holding a saner kraut
festival on account of the unusually
fine cabbage raised in its vicinity this
season. Now if Omaha will only offset
her neighbor's project with a Iimburger
cheese carnival, South Omaha's pack
ing aroma will fade into insignificance.
Colonel J. M, Uudcrwood, a well
known frontiersman and railroad con
tracted died recently at Portland, Ore.
He laid tho Northen Pacific truck
through the Sioux country, with the
United States troops as a guard. At
one time he took Siuinf Bull u prisoner
Schlitz Export and Brau Bottled Beer
W. H. McBrayer, Atherton, Paris
Club and Sam Clav Whiskies.
, Try our Bottled in Bond Whiskies. They must
be good for Uncle Sam's guarantee is on'the neck
1 of each bottle..
Family and Mail Order Trade solicited
1 Goods delivered on short notice to any part of the city. 'Phone 136.
and held him as a hostage to protect
Koud Notice to Land Owners.
ltoiid No. 45. Notice to Iind Owners.
To Whom it May Concern:
T1ii Commissioner nppoluMMl to lay out u
road coimnunclnt; at tliu Miutliwi'.st rornur of
tluiSK H, fw. X. towiislili) UJ, north, iuiiku
M wt"t. In Wilulit iireelni't, Box llutm coun
ty, Nelm:i-,lui. running tlit'iK'u 110-tli oasteily
to 11 point U roiU south of tho northeast
corner of tho hi:. x SK. i of mid section 35.
thence north 13 rods and tUi'iiee east on tliu
lino between the N. i of S. H und tho S. V4 of
S. 4 of suction 3il in s ild township and nince,
terminating ut tlio east lino of mi hi section
3i5. has reported In fuvorof the opening there
of, and ail oliJecthniR thereto or claims fur
damages must he. tiled In tho county clerk's
olllco on or before noon of tho 2d day of
November A. 1). V.m or snld road will bo
opened without reference, therein.
S M. SMlridi,
t 1 ounty Clerk.
Sealed bids will lx rceelvid tit the county
clerk's olllce mi to noon Oct 1). I Sua, for the
construction of the work hereinafter Mirelllul.
contractor to furnish till tunterittls:
At ti point about four miles north of Hem
liiKford, nt tho south branch of ftimi canon
and nt the. north hank of mhIiI canon where 11
short rtivluo cut across tho rouil. a three
lx,inl culvert. I'll' Inchon anil 1A f... !
length, Is to 1m placed Mlchtly diagonal across
the road, und from tho hill Just north thero Is
to ho removed of the earth, chiv and Mono an
average depth of 3 feet for 11 distance of 100
fet and an average width of 12 fern, this IhiIiik
uloiur the east side of tho ro.id as now txUts,
und bald earth to bo brought down over tahi
culvert und onto the Ixjttom of the canon.
Also, at n iMilut uhoutouo half nillo farther
north at tho north branch of sand canon,
thero In to ho constructed 11 bridge 10 feet
long and Infect wide with good and tmllicient
slono abutments laid In cement Said abut
ments to be ut least'.") feet at b.ise to protect
the grade. Tli floor of said bridge shall ltoof 2
inch lumber with Tttingtrs. Karth from tho
hill 011 tho south shall bo brought down and
tilled in to tho lewl of said bridge, tho samo
requiring about 175 cubic yards, and from tho
hill on tho north slilo tho earth, stone, etc. is
to Im removed from the east side of the old
road und thrown into tho gully on tliu west
and against the north side of bridge, .-said
uvcavaliou should extend up tho hill about
270 feet, same being marked on the east
boundary of tho roadway by a post "x
2 lnchos by 1 foot, driven in tho ground,
und the oast line of said o.cantlon U to bo
tho line of post holes now dug about 4 feet
Into the roadway, and Urn quantity to be re
moved from this hill Is about 200 cubic yards.
Tho whole us aUivti descrihod will Imj let to
lowest responsible bidder on the Otli day of
The board of county commissioners resr es
tho right to reject auy or all bids.
fp fhlA S. At. tiMVBMt, County Clerk.
Those desiring to look over the ground
with a view of making bids for the work-
on the above proposal can call on Isaac
MISS MAGGIE BARRY, Proprietress
Good Table Board
. Comfortable Rooms
Opposite Depot, Alliance, Neb.
Protect Your Home!
Everybody fears fire and every effort
should be made to prevent them starting,
even more than to extinguish them after
they have started. As long as our homes
are built of lumber the is a certain amount
of danger from fire, both from within and
without. Therefore, any chemical prepa
ration that render lumber fire-proof is a
thing very much to be desired.
Such a preparation is now on the mar
ket and the public is invited to test its
merits. It is called Plutanica. It ren
ders all wood work fire-proof aud at ths
the same time acts on the pores of the wood
in such a manner as to preserve it indefi
nitely. It cosfs very little and is easily
applied to any wood work,
13. V. Keeves has the agency for Plu
tanica in this district. See him and have
a practical demonstration of the merits of
this preraration and get his figures for
applying it to your home.
.lOslMltl !' f,.f......l .. , . ..
, on tllltiuhVy of Angus' Wu"aacllZl
attuclimoiii .for tho sumof 175.00 Ju Yuactloi
. m, ..P"!!y? defendant: conLuli,.gnof
1 5.ri,i. f.., " ""iici ur.uer raid order
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