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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 15, 1904)
No Chin Music but New No Old Shelfworn Goods.
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t wVlYl.1- 1 H-flx- Low Prices and Carry the j - II VJ-' 1 IVXT1L 11 W4ZJI 1 j Goods at Cut Prices Old Goods are Dear at an v Pricei
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I If You Like to Hear the Merry. Musical, Metallic Melody of the Mighty Dollar You Can't Afford to Miss These Bargains
for Mens' Mule-
for Union tnndc
, pants, all sizes
Clothing House g?
307 Box Butte Ave.
2 Doors South of Postoffice
New-Spri ngi 904
less money than
others ask for
For Men and Young Men
We are showing the handsomest
line of Spring Suits we have ever
shown you. Every new weave
and cloth is in our stock.
I A Big Showing
of MENS'. Suits at
'for Mens' $2.50
Those goods are unsurpassed for style, fit
and wearing qualities. Your money back
when wo guarantee an article that proves
New I Iats
"0c arc a$wys favv& "ftesY "Pv o-
rlucYvows 0 "5.mpuca'slies
Earl & Wilson
Corliss, Coon iV Co's New Colluri.
anteed 4o sty lesyour
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If you miss this
sale you will pay
19c - 50c 69c
Silk Einbioid. All wool double Mens' fast col-
ered Simp en- knee and seat ors Madras
dors. pants for boys Shirts
for new 50c
all wool blue
I waist in Mens
Think of it, fori for Silk stripe! 13 oys' good
a White Shirt I fancy sox (wearing shoes
No rusty prices S
TtaWVv . Yve,vce.
0 Fire . .
0 Hiwirfcroitn, Nr.niwsKA.
Agent (or tlio Caledonian, of
Hi-olliiiitl, which Insures town
propeily only, und thu Colum
bia, wldoli Insures town and
farm propc-ty nut) llvo stock.
Hot li iiro rollablo old line com
5 Notai'ial ATork.. v
W. M. FOSKETT
-A-'u.ct lorLe er
Will Cry Sales in This and
Adjoining Counties. . . .
13Y THE DAY.
($-Satisfaction guaranteed. If
you want to buy or sell ranch propi
erty, list it with ma......
How About That
New Suit or Overcoat
For the Spring Season ?
We stand back of
Fit and Style
First door south Chatter Hotel.
A. D. NEW,
Fates cried In tliW and adjoining counties by
tlio day or commtMlon. Sixteen years ex
perience. Hut M action Kuarunteed. Con
tracts can ho made at Thu Hkiiai.d olllcu
whero references to Alliance cttlrons will
Harry DiiiiuIuk . ' illhcrt
Dunning & Gilbert
Violin and Guitar polos, Duets,
Mimics, etc. Music furnished for
Parties, Receptions, and other
social Catherines. Alliance, Neb.
Turning and Scroll
Work and all
Kinds of Shop
GEO. G. GADSBY,
llrlck Sliop West of Alliance National
Hank. AUlunce, Neb.
For a Full
F. JYl. WALLACE
Moving Household Furniture
and Trunks a specialty . .
Phone No, i Young's grocery, Alliance.
Daddy Shultz carries the mail to
Traveling Salesman Gray made this
David .Loch has gone to Missouti to
visit his children.
Mr. Ellsworth is canying the mail
to Agate this week.
Jivcryone is delighted with the special
edition of Tut; Hukamj.
Hen Hay den has sold his place to C.
II. Hritton, his son-in-law.
T. J. Poole is in Chadron serving on
the jury for the present term of court,
Eugene Palmet of Hellnlain, la., is
here visiting with relatives.
Captaitt Willard M. Evans was a
p.tsscngcr on 41 Tuesday for Crawford.
iVank Moore and wife made a short
vii-tt vith friends this week.
. 1 .. . e 1 . l 1 .
. .1 1 aimer 01 Montana is ncre 10
spend a few days with relatives.
Roy Lemon was down from Edg
inont recently to visit his parents.
Sheriff Reed of Alliance was in these
parts teccntly on official business.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Furman were
Chadron visitors the first of the week.
Dr. Miller of Alliance was out "to his
son True's the latter part of the week.
Hert Hollihough and family of Lex
ington are visiting with relatives at this
J. P. Hazard, surveyor of Box Butte
county, was doing work itt this vicinity
Carl Tollman arrived from Ham
burg, la., recently, having driven
Mr. and Mrs. Cheever iit- Mrs. La
ton wore Chadron visitors Saturday
'.la son of Suther
.0 for a visit, at
MISS MAGGIE BARRY, Proprietress
Good Table Board
That Can't be Beat
" Enameled ware
oxts far 5ar
A. D-. RODGERS.
Mr. Lemon, who
SEE Jos. Carey & Co.
For house moving, well boring
making and cleaning cesspools
moving box cars, ete . . . .
Mrs. Vogan air. ";
land, Neb., ai - -.
Squire George ; .
Da Hartwill. of
another visit to see
still continues poorly.
Mr. Morava, father of Anton Morava,
died at tlw home of the latter Tuesday
last at an advanced age.
Snow & Mareen have sold their ranch,
located seven miles west of town, to
Mr. Hichu, of Lusk, Wyo.
The greatei number of the mule pop
ulation of this place and vicinity are
courting in Chadron this week.
Luther Clark has the care of half a
dozen families while the husbands and
fathers are courting in Chadron this
Sheriff Birdsall was down from Chad
ron the latter part of the week serving
subpoenas on many of the residents in
this place and vicinity.
The dramatic company is badly crip
pled by two of its members, Roy Richey
and Riley Huusaker, going away.
An effort is being made to mend the
gap and it is hoped that no permanent
injury to the troup will be sustained.
Orvill Wilson has been very ill with
sciatic rheumatism at the home of his
brother. Press, twenty miles west of
Mrs. Eugene Kendtic was taken to
the hospital at Hot Springs Inst Friday.
She was accompanied by her husband
and Mrs. James Hollenrake. Mr. Ken
dric returned Monday and reports her
condition about the same as when she
left, the trip not having affected her
for the worse, as many feared it would.
A Pack Train to St. Louis.
Col. W. F. Cody and several promi
nent citizens of the vicinity of Cody
are makinu arrangements to send a
fully equipped pack train to the St.
Louis exposition as an advertisement of
Wyoming. Hon. O. P. Hanna has
been asked to take charge of the outfit.
Mr Hanna is unable to remain with the
outfit all the time it will be kept on the
exposition grounds, but he will probably
go to St. Louis to take part in the
demonstration on Wyoming Day, Julv
He will take his daughter, Miss
Mctle, with him. She and another
young lady from Cody, will be dressed
in corduroy suits and wide sombreros to
to represent the typical western cow
girl. It is believed that the pack train will
attract more attention than any other
attraction Wyoming could get up for
theWyoming Day celebration.
Governor Chatterton and his sts ff
will bo present, and the members of
the Wyoming Press association will
hold a reunion there at that time.
The crowds will probably know that
Wyoming is on the map, Wyoming
Day at least. Sheridan Post.
Cornstalks, hundreds of them are be
ing used today for making paper, and
the growth of the new industry is prov
ing a boom to the western farmer as
.well as to the man who conceived the
project. Both the shell and the pith
of the sfalk have been used in several
mills with considerable success, the
machinery neccessary for separating
them having been introduced about a
year ago. Some Illinois farmers have
had their fields harvested for them by a
company, which hauls its machine to a
farm, shucks the corn, deposits die
grain in boxes, bundles the strlks into
great rolls rndv for shipment, and
leases the husks and fodder prepared for
use as cattle feed on the farm all in a
fraction of the time it formerly required
the laud owner to gather in his crop.
The fanner pays the machine man Si
an acre, and the latter can clean up six
acros a day. The stalks become the
property of the company and are ship
ped to its paper mill. It is estimated
that u mill with a daily capacity of 100
tons of the finished will require 60,000
tons of stalks annually, and that the
husking machine some day will be per
fact so that it will cover "Tifteon acres a
(Cross II Cross)
on left side. Also
1 1 1 on left tlilKh.
-Ifcumo nneattla on
left Jaw and u on
Stockihen: It will
pay yon to advertise
your brands in this
paper. The Herald
has the largest circu
lation of any newspa;
per m western Ne
-Xcbrnskn Stock Grower's Association.
A. M. Modlsett. president, Uuslivtllej R. M.
Hampton, vice-president, AUlunce; II. SI
Searlo Jr!. secretury-treusurer, Ok:i'ii1I:i.
Kxeeutlvo committer K. 1. Myers, I.en:i;
R. It. Klnculd, ltliiKlmm; .John Ureihiuu,
Allium-):. I. R. VanUosUirk, AUlunce: K. K.
Lowe, Hjunnls; John M. Aduius, Potter; It,
M. Allen. Amesj R. I.Uco, I,od;epole; j;vert
Kid red, Orlando; R, C. Harris, Chutlron; L.
W. lllckell, Kimball; Robert Graham, Al
liance; John Conway, Dunning; J. II. Cook,
Ac&to; A. H. .Heed, Alliuueo.
MOSL.KR & TUI.LY,
us shown on cut
on cither Mil a.
Also J-O on eith
and raiiKu 43.
$ 2 xv T
4mn 'A3?.! SBf I W?X
011 right thigh or
XV on right
Towns hi)) 27
Catholic cross on
sumo on right
Runch on S. V.
M of section 30.
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T. .1. l)0vT)T
On left side.
iTon left side
J. It. Ncrud.
3 5 connected
any place, on left
side. Rungu 011
heud of IMne
.STORM LAKE RANCH,
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As In cut on
right 111- left hip;
left ear cropped.
Horses branded O
on left Juw.
' TK V
lt. ll..t... V..1.
'uttle branded as
cut on left bin.
11 'so with the bar
Kirer Instead of
11 towiisliln .7.
on left hip. as in
runch sec. 25-:!7-&0.
JOHN O'KKRFK & ?OXS.
OK on left sidet
also oj und "ok
ou loft side.
FLOUR and FEED
VI10LRSAI.K AM) 11KTA1I.
II A. ALLISON
X on right hip.
Range In Twp.
56, range 45, Sher
JfV -l -id IfiTiTT 11 1
Celebrated Ravenna Flour
stand, 'phoni! No. "
FINE BOOTS and SHOES
RKl'AIRIXO A SI'EOIALTY.
OROKRS CALLED FOR AXI) DELIVERED-
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