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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1904,
Our New Goods are arriving p
4 every day and as we are much
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j OUR ENTIRE LINE OF
j Summer Waists, Shirts. Dress Goods
s - and Corsets at
j HALF PRICE
j The HORACE BOGUE STORE
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In Alliance 16-30 of every month.
Office over The Famous . . .
Business Local Column.
Advertisements iu this column will be
charged at the rate of 10 cents per line
first insertion and 5 cents per line each
subsequent insertion. ""
Advertisers should remember that The
Herald's circulation is much larger than
any other Alliance paper and has the lar
gest circulation in the city and county.
Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house.
Dr. Koons, dentist. Office upstairs
Forest Lumber Co. make a specialty of
manufacturing dipping vats.
Picture framing, upholstering and furni
ture repairing C. HumpIhiy. 7-io-tf
See Humphrey for picture .framing, up
holstering and furniture repairing.
For Sale Carriage and phaeton? for
cash or on time. J. C. WIlson fi Hro.
"Irish Mail"! Do you know what it is?
Your boy does and he wants one. Geo.
Darling. . J2"t
July 27, from my place iu east Alliance,
one red cow with white spots on face,
branded F U on left side and right hip
knocked down. $5 reward for return of
same. Jacoh Sciirkinkr.
, Forty head of young pigs.
K. A. Feather.
toned For Lease.
Five hundred acres of irrigated hay land,
four miles east of Bridgeport. For par
ticulars see M. H. Hagerty, Alliance, or
John Hagerty, Bridgeport.
Strayed from Alliance one cow branded
IX on right hip, Keystone brand on side,
white face. Please leave information
with M. A. Standen, Alliance. 29-tf
UK Sack Suits, designed accord;::;; to ?.var.w.l L
for Fall and Winter, are here. Tl)2 accompanying drawing is a
faithful illustration cf three styles of particular cut and eleganc;
made by Crouse S, Tran J.cgee. Notice the length of cot the distinctive cut
cf the three-button Import abo in our Norman.'.ic C.c same regard to detail
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the bhort-man extra inches in appeannce. We have these styles
in the NEW BROWNS in beautiful and choice materials, those new
iwlterns of slight over-plaids almost indistinct. These cost what you would
tipect, 10.00 to $35.00.
room we will 'jk
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I School Books
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g Get them for you g
o Any kind you want
Get them in a week 2
We carry a
Full Line of
u Tabids, Pencils, Inlis, Copy
Books, Composition books, j
Book Keeping blanks, etc.
Call at our store when you
need them. 2
Succesor to J. 5. HcKltiey.
Stray steer, at my ranch near Lawn,
about two years, Hereford stock, branded
VT (connected) on left side. Owner can
have steer by paying all expenses. Sec.
31-28-51. Louis Homrigiiouskn.
OwiliR to the fact that the services of a
UnitedStates. Land Commissioner have
been grvittyjn demand'since the passage
of the new hohvjstead bill, I have decided
to again attend to all kinds of business
before the Uniteik State land office
Having had scveralYyears' experience in
the work, all mattsjsJ wiH receive proper
and promptaltCnJion. Homestead filings,
final proofurconlests, eU., can be made
before me at any place in the land dis
tricts in which the lands desired, are
located. I will also visit points between
Broken Bow and Crawford upon request.
Any violation of the land laws or irregu
larities of governmental acts will receive'
tiki proper attention when reported to
me. T. J. O'Kehke,
United States Commissioner
for the District of Nebraska.
For Rent Stable roopi foftwo horses.
Eireatnqu The IIeraP) office.
of style and finish. Wc
llGQp XeU snirad
the fact that a tall man can
net wear a suit that a short
man should wear. This is
the satisfactory feature on
both the Newport and Nor
mandie. They are absolutely
correct in every and all
requirements. But the man
who is not over six feet tall
is not overlooked; the same
careful attention has been
given him. The result is our
Arvon, which also has much
elegance of make and gives
W. W. NORTON.
General anil Personal News of Alli
ance nnd Vicinity.
What is "7AiV
Itohcrt Graham want out to
yootordny for w oak's stny,
After a two waeks viiit in Denver Mti
John Akers rcturtiBd homt Tulnjj;. "
Judge Spncht nnil wife Ritsntteit tlio fun
eral of Mm Osborne at Ilemingfortl last
Mrs. C. K. Austin leturnml Sundny
from an extended viit in the onitern part
of the state.
Just lot your optics rest upon the nw
advertisement in this isnucof The Hkuald
of W. W. Norton.
The fnll term of district court in this
county will convene October 10. The
docket is short.
Pat Kinsley of lleminuford wns on our
streets Monday shaking hands with his
John llrennnn returned Monday from
a visit to hi wife and little daughter wild
are at Mot Spring..
Mrs. J. F. Thornton and children re
turned last Saturday from a visit among
friends and relatives at O'Neill.
Mrs. Nate Hart and children who visited'
here last week with relatives departed for
their home in Lead City Saturday.
No observance of Labor day was notic
able in Alliance Monday othor than the
closing of the banks and postoffico. ,
H. F. Thielc the druggist favors The
Herald with a now display advertisement
this week to which we call the attention
of our readers.
Miss Jessie Sweeney wns accompnuiod
home from Hemingford Sunday by her
cousin Mrs. Stewart and baby who visited
here till Wodnesday.
Mrs. C. A. Newberry and children re
turned last Saturday from the Hrennan
Bros, ranch at Orlando, accompanied by
Mrs. Kichard Brennan.
Misses May Kennedy and May dew
berry departed Tuesday morning for
Omaha, at which place they will enter t?t.
Mary's school for a year's study.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C, Mounts were pas-
seugers to Hemingford last Sunday where J
they attended the funeral of Mrs. Osborne,
They also spent a few days visiting with
Harry Kotchum, who has been employed
on the Times of this city has resigned from
his position on that publication and has
gone home to assist his father Col. W. II,
Kotchum on the Crawford Tribune.
Misses Hattie I ucker nnd Josephine
Kelleher, of Omaha stopped off here a
couple or days last week enroute to Sheri
dan. While in tho city they were enter
tained by Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Pardee.
Henry Lichte and son Fred were down
from the ranch near Dunlap Tuesday on
land office business. Mr. Lichte offered
his ranch for sale sometime ago but has-
now decided that ho does not want to sell.
Rev. S. F. Clark, father-in-law of Uobt.
Graham, arrived in Alliance Wednesday
for a two weeks stay. Rev. Clark is from
Rock Island, III., where he has preacheil
in the United Presbyterian church for 13
Quite a large number of people attended
the services at the Oaptist church last Sun
day evening and were seemingly well
pleased with the sermon delivered by Rev.
Jeffers. It what i termed a Labor day
, J. A. Hunter came down from Heming
ford Tuesday. Mr. Hunter is looking for
a property to move into so he can have the
best possible .school advantages for his
son. The Hbrai.d welcomes this family
to our city.
Kmmett Johnsou was in from his Sioux
county ranch Wednesday. Mr. Johnson
sajs that he can no longer be accused of
living on tho "frontier" for aince the pas
sage of the Kinkaid bill ho can sight several
Joe Thornton has returned from Jiis
homestead southeast of town where he
spent two weeks putting up hay and car
ing for a twelve acre potato patch. He
acquired a good complexion and hi hands
show that he wore no gloves.
1 he Humor building is being repaired
tliu week. The stairway is being taken
out and put on the south side of tlte build
ing. This will make quite an improve
ment for the store as it will give them con
siderable more space for displaying their
Great preparations are being mad for a
grand reunion and county fair at Gariag
both to l held next week. Judging from
lists at liand we learn that liberal purses
are offered and that there will be a long
line of amusements for everybody. Alli
ance will furnish a portion of the big
crowd thtt will be present.
At last the old city well is of the past
The recent caving in of the walls has
put her out ol business, and now the city
has but one well with which to supply her
people with wator, which is hardly suffi
cient for all needs, but the city council at a
meeting Monday night passed an ordinace
for the putting down of two new walls.
This is as it should Iw, which .i11 cnible
the pumping station .to supply water in
sufficient quantities for nil emergencies,
Tiir Hkraid is informed that work will be
commencad upon these new wells just as
soon ns the proper machinery and men, can
A tenni of horses belonging to J. Kice
took a little evtrn spin around town Wed
nesday Mr. Kice had just loaded up with
n lot of feed stuffs and in some manner the
team stnrled down the street at a lively
gait running onst en Dakotn stroet about
four or five blocks then south one block
then west to main street whero they wsre
stopped. Nothing was damaged in the
least by the spin but tho wonder is that
they did not collide with something in their
A man giving his name as Newton was
arrested one day Inst week by Marshal
Boon. The staid Newton hailed from
Hynnnis, whore he hnd entered an outfit
car and stole a valise containing some
clothes and jowolry, shipping tho same
by express to Alliance, he himself boating
his way on a freight train. The sheriff
came up from Grant county and took Mr.
Hobo back with him.
W. A. Coleman, who has been lying at
his house here with appendicitis for some
time, was operated upon Wednesday after
noon by Dr. L. W. Bowman who was assis
ted in the operation by Dr. Betclhcim.
Dr. Moore administered the auaesthtic.
Mri Coleman is reported as coming
through the operation all right and the
chances are very favorable for his ultimate
Just the right thing! We refer to the
work being done near the court house in
way of breaking ground for lawn purposes.
When spring time arrives the lots will be
in elegant shape for seeding down to grass.
There are other lot's throughout the city
which would be a great "turn" if the own
ers would do likewise, This is the sort of
work that makes a city more beautiful,
A number of our citizens have expressed
a desire to show their appreciation of the
Alert Fire Department but' were at a loss
0 know jtlst tWhal W0ll!d be the most ac
ceptable. Tint Heralo is authorized to
state that since the boys ate furnishing
their new quarters, a book-case, matting,
periodicals or pictures for the walls would
be highly appreciated.
Mrs. Lewis Raymond of Scnttsbluff has
been in Alliance this week arranging for a
recital to be given under the auspices of
Methodust church and Fpworth League
by Mae Shumway Kndorly, a graduate of
the LosAngelos conservatory of music and
art. At the Methodist church Wednes
day evening September 21st. "
After a vacation at St. Louis and Paxton,
Illinois, Miss Kathryn Du (field has return
ed to Alliance and is at her post iu the city
schools. While away she visited at the
World's fair remaining the balance of the
lime with her parents at the latter place.
Rev. C. W. Ray departed Monday for
Atkinson to be present at the north west
Nebraska conference which is in session at
that place this week. It is the universal
desire among church people that Mr Ray
be returned here for (mother year.
K, Doyer has just finished paiuting his
house on his ranch oast of town which add 3
much to the appearance of that neighbor
hood. It is wondo'rful what enchantment
there is in paint when properly applied
with brush on a house
The Foreign Missionary society met at
ths home of F. M. Phelps Wednesday and
put in the evening tying comforts for th
family of Mr. Peterson, who lost every
thing they had by firo. A good ptvc? of
Horace Dogue returned to AUian-1 ti-e
first of the week from a business trip to
New York where he bought a line of r" i
goods for his trade here. While in New
York Mr. Hogue visited a short while with
Tiik Hkrald desires to call theatt,ntbn
of its renders to the change made in t'm
advertisement of Goo. Darling in t'u
weeks is6ue. PI4ae turn to it and l'irn
what he has for his customers.
Jules y.binden received a letter Wedne .
day from a brother at SweatvitT, x ebra
ka stating that the corn in UuHaH Sher
man and Custer counties was safe an'l out
of danger of any killing frosts.
Police Judge Herry is off on a hunting
and fishing frip to the Platte river, and
will confine business as well as pleasure
on the trip. D. W. liutler is acting police
judge during hid absence.
Mrs. Wyi. Mitchell and daughter Miss
Pearl returned Sunday from their visit at
the St, Louis fair where they spent two
weeks very pleasantly..
When they are
New they are here.
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There is only one word we know of that fully ex
presses our Fall and Winter line of Hen's Ready
to Wear Clothing and that is MAGNIFICENT.
The Choicest productions or New York, Chicago
and Cincinnati Harkets are on our tables.
Every new Fabric and Style is here - When its
new its here
Our New York agent, Mr.
Butler, made another
CLOTHING SCOOP having
bought 85 Suits of the Just
ly Celebrated Leicester
Worsteds way down below
the Price. These goods are
nice genteel patterns Hard
finished Worsteds -made
substantially Full of Snap
and StylesSquare Cuts and
Round H a n d made a n d
$i2.5o and $15.00.
These are better values
than the so called made to
measure clothing and fit
better at half the price of
-lif rl lirf Iritirl
w... xfc.wa ..i.w.
20 Doz. Hen's Overalls Blue Denim at the re
dicuiously low price of 39c
NEW SUITS NEW UNDERWEAR
NEW PANTS NEW OVERCOATS
NEW SHIRTS NEW NECKWEAR
NEW HATS IN E W FURNISHINGS
SEE the NEW CAPS--HAT and CAP in ONE
For Men and Boys - - 55Cc and 'X'Kc
ca"nn"'"Trr T''cr'T'T1 a
50 Pairs of I arum's $5.50 ant! $6.00 Shoes in Vrici
Kid, PaliMit Leatlu-r, Russia Calf, all styles 0 for
& fif during this sale. The Denver and
'Tft7CA Omaha Agents get $5.50 and $6.00 a
pair for these fine goods
Men's 75c Summer Shirts - - - -C
CARHARTTS OVERALLS IN STOCK .
ail sizes AT aIl TIHES
BOY'S Seasonable Wearing
Apparel at CUT PRICES.
' ?i fflfcywW&J tiM lissssssssssi
AGENTS for Douglas Shoes $3.50
A FINE LIlTiTor STETSON HATS
Get Your tickets with EACH one Dollar purchase on
that $75.00 in Gold that we are giving- away.
An up-to-date Store
for Men and Boys.
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is now ready
A fine line of Boy's Suits
Ail boy's suits from $2.50
up we will give an Extra
Pair of all V OOL
Boy's Shirts attached Col
lars made of Percale and
Madras cloth at I Ic.
B'i s Silver Gray Derby
Ribbed Fall and Winter
1 ndenvear Sh ir t s and
drawers, silk trimmed
urn 1 9c
inn 's Cowboy Hats trim
med with leather worth 75c
A splendid M. D. Wells
hoe for boys worth $1.50
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