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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1904,
State HlMurlrnl Society,
are stronger for Fall than they
were for Spring and Summer.
We arc showing the LATEST
NOVELTIES, and at prices from
75c to $1.25.
You know that we are always
willing to show our goods.
The HORACE BOQUE STORE
i TRADE WINNER.
ARE YOU SAVING TICKETS?
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To inspect the largest line of mer
chandise to be shown in Alliance
Regardless of the fact that money
is scarce and merchants are buy
ing; very light, we have purchased
the largest line of Dry Goods,
Clothing and Shoes it has ever
been our pleasure to
making it the largest, and the in
terior the finest in all western Ne
braska. We invite you to call and
guarantee to show you the largest
line of merchandise to be shown in
Alliance this season. Watch for
prices in next week's issue of this
W. D. RUME
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A ':''&L' acJ; iiu'ts designed according to tuvaiceu
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for Fall and Winter, are here. The accompanying drawing is a,
faiihful illustration cf three styles cf particular cut and elegance
made by Crouse L C rar.J:gee. Notice the length cf coat the distinctive cut
cf the three-tultcn I Newport c!so in our Normandie the same regard to detail
cf style and finish. We
Keop -n. cnaxad
t:;e fact that a tall man can
not vcr a suit t!:ut a short
man shcuU wear. This h
the satisfactory feature on
both the Newport and Nor
mandie. They are absolutely
correct in every and all
requirements. Cut the man
who h 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
the short -man extra inches in appearance. We have these styles
in the NEW BROWNS in beautiful and choice materials, those new
patterns-of slight over-pWds almost indistinct. These cost what you would
expect, 10.00 to $35.00.
W. W. NORTON.
Gcncrnl ncul Personal News of Alli
iincu on (I Vicinity.
Alliance is "chuck" full of liomt;
grown water melons this week.
Mrs. K. V. Hell returned to Alliance
Sunday fioni Lincoln mid Wilbur.
Hvorythinc in Alliance those dnys is
hustle and hustle to Rot the stoves
Mr. and Mis. Roy Strong moved
hack to Alliance ftoin tlioir ranch this
Mrs. T. Kuhottoin is ontcttainiuK a
sister, Mrs. l'ishor, of Dos Moinns,
Iowa, this week.
J. 1). limerick departed last cvcniiiK
for Chicago where he will enter a com
The new offices being elected for
General Supeiintendcnt Rhodes and
his force of cleiks, ate being enclosed
Mr. and Mrs. R. Cook cntettained a
few neighbors Tuesday evening with
ice cream and peaches and water melon
The Royal Highlanders gave a delight
ful supper in the McWhiuny building
Tuesday evening and are well pleased
with the patronage extended them.
Uncle Levi Rubottoin was among the
many callers at this printcry Wednes
day of this week, and requests Tim
IlKifu.i) to be sent to relatives in New
Mrs. Clayton, who was injured in a
runaway one day last week, lias so far
recoved as to be able to be brought to
town. She is now at the home of her
datightei, Mrs. Croy.
S. K. Wn trick, has come into posses
sion of the handsome residence proper
ty of W. A. Hampton, and will move
his family and effects ft out Drokcn Bow
about November tst.
The world is suiely getting better.
This fact was demonsttated in Alliance
this week. A lady lost a ten dollar
bill Tuesday mottling and before noon
the missing bill was returned to her.
The Huff Wyandotte chicken is con
sidetcd the best all round strain and a
poultry yatd without them lacking. L.
A. Suprisc has a number of such
choice fowls to sell and those interested
had better see him before they are sold.
L. A. Suprise has for sale a number
of Huff Wyandotte chickens and they
ate beauties. Any one wishing to se
cure biids of this well known strain can
have their pick bv calling on him at
once. This is an offer in which first
come first seived.
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CWUKHTO 136 CMISH 4 KiUKR, IT1C1, K r.
Joe Net ml the well known blacksmith
and cattle man from the north hills has
moved his wife and little daughter into
the house belonging to Hen Gentry dis
trict, where his daughter Miss Emma
will teach this winter. This will give
the little girl a chance to go to school
and afford both her and Miss Emma
the comforts of home in the meantime.
St. Francis hospital, of Grand Island,
has just discharged from its list of pa
tients one who held the record for un
consciousness. Samuel Covington was
brought to that hospital from the rangos
of Wyoming. He had been thrown
from a horse and had his hip dislocated
and received a fracture of the skull.
Ho lay absolutely unconscious for six
weeks. Ho is able to bo out on crutch
es. Kavenna News.
The Social Hour club meets next
Friday with M. C. E. Hcntiett.
Hairy Pierce and wife of Heming
ford were in Alliance Thursday.
Mrs. Root has ictuincd to Alliance
from a few weeks visit to Chicago's
large millinery houses.
Mrs. Vermillion and Mrs Hanks
weie calling on friend in Alliance from
Mux Huttc Wednesday.
O. M. Hums and Grant Hale went
to Honiiugford today to spend ti week
ot ten days painting thete.
Dr. Julia V. Erey returned to Alli
ance Wednesday from an extended vis
it to 1 datives in Missouri.
The Eastern Star will meet at the Ma
sonic temple tomorrow night for initia
tion work and it is desitcd that all
members be in attendance
II. H. Funk is down ftom limning
ford today. Mr. Funk contemplates
selling his drug store and moving to his
former home in Phelps county.
Miss Hessie Pet tin left this morning
for Houlder, Colo., to enter the med
ical depatment of the state univetsity.
This is Miss Perrin's third year in
A "welcome home" leccption will be
given Rev. C. W. Ray and wife by his
people at the Methodist church, Mon
day evening, October 3rd; from 7:30
to 10:30. Everybody invited.
Cut prices on Photos at Wilveit's
Studio. On Sunday, September 25th,
we will make a run on our medium size
oval photo at 5?. 60 per dor. Regular
pticc S3. 25. Studio open all day.
Mrs. Catric Troneson has opened a
reading 1 00111 for gentlemen near the
steam laundry. Parties iiitetestcd in
this work can lend a helping hand by
presenting her with reading matter.
Miss Mary Wavada came down from
Hetningford Tuesday evening, return,
ing Wednesday accompanied bv Grand
ma Ehnoie who will visit her daughter,
Mrrii Dan O'Keefe for a short time.
Geo. Darling wants to call your at
tention in this week's IIukai.d to his
line of heating and cooking stoves.
He has a fine line in stock and can
save you money iu such an invest
ment. W. II. Roland is down from his
ranch, eighteen miles noithwost, today.
Mr. Roland has a bunch ot good two-year-old
steers for sale and he says
several others in that vicinity also
have some for sale.
The grocery stoic of J. F. Hattson
was closed Tuesday on account of a
judgment issued in county court against
the firm of Snyder & Hattson in favor
of Allen Hros., of Omaha. The amount
of the judgment is S2 15. 90.
Messrs, J. H. Knicst and J. A.
Rolinor arrived front Carroll, Iowa,
Tuesday afternoon and filed on lands
under the proposed government ditch
in Scotts Bluff county. Mr. Rohnei
went down today to see the country.
W. D. Rumer has made a wondeifiil
improvement in the arrangement of his
store and the front has taken on a
truly metropolitan appearance. Mr.
Rumor has an ad in today's lliimi)
that will be of interest to purchasers.
Ilalbur N. Rindcin, of Elgin, Nebr.,
and Miss Lena Fulsas, of Boiu steel,
S. D., woie married at Fairfax,
Scntamher fi. Tim lirirln furniMil. ....
sided in this city. They aro spending'
their honeymoon at the World's fan
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Dr. G. W. Collins and wife departed
Tuesday for thu Black Hills country for
a pleasure trip and will go from there
to St. Louis for a short stay bofote
going to Chicago where they will spend
the wintet and perhaps remain per
manently. The doctor has practiced
medicine in Alliance dining the past
year and has made warm friends who
wish himself and family success whor.
ever they should decide to locate.
The Ladios' Union, accompanied by
a large number of friends gathorod at
the home of Mrs. S. A. Smith Saturday
evening and from thore wont in a body
to the residence of Mrs. M. A. Standon.
for a surprise farewell social to Mrs.
S, Griffith and Mrs. Standon, They
were each presented with a fine cut glass
dish as a memento of the occasion.
Nice refreshments were served and a
general good time was enjoyed by those
Silk suitings for fall wear seem to be !
the style and the ladies of Alliance and
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'"""j "" "iiu sin e.uunuiii line 01
silks in all hadfi .it The limine
Bogue Store. Tlioir ad today tells -x '
bout the offers they are making in tlu-i 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Huntor, who re
cently moved to this city from their
ranch near Heminicford, suffered Un
less of their infant twins born last
Mondav morning. The remains wen
taken to Hetningford Tuesday for in
terment. The parents have the syin
pathy of all iu their hour of broaement.
Tub Hiikalu learns that the next
annual meeting of the Northwest Ne
braska conference of the Methodist
church will be hold in Alliance. This
year's sossion which was recently held
at Atkinson, returned Rev. Ray to this
place for anothor year. This meets
with the approbation of the members ot
When they are
New they are here.
An up-to-date Store
for Men and Boys.
Ymmr FALL sulT
I UUI is now ready
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 ot 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 StyleSquare Cuts and
Round Hand made and
$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
the other kind.
n Mr 1
20 Doz. Hen's Overalls Blue Denim at the re
diculously low price of 39c
NEW SUITS NEW UNDERWEAR
NEW PANTS NEW OVERCOATS
NEW SHIRTS NEW NEOKWEAR
NEW HATS NEW FURNISHINGS
SEE the NEW CAPS HAT and CAP in ONE
For Men and Boys- 50c and ''"Sc
50 Pairs of I lanan's $5.50 and $0.oo Shoes in Vici
Kid, Patent Leather, Russia Calf, all styles jjo for
(jyj EZ(fh during this sale. The Denver and
P Jr(LStLr Omaha Agents get $5.50 and $6.00 a
pair for these line floods-
Men's 75c Summer Shirts - "4bc
CARHARTTS OVERALLS IN STOCK
all sizes AT ALL TIHES
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BOY'S Seasonable Wearing
Apparel at CUT PRICES.
A fine line of Hoy's Suits
All boy's suits from $2.50
up we will give an Extra
Pair of all V (X) L
Boy's Shirts attached Col
lars made of Percale and
Madras cloth at 1 lc.
Uj 's Silver Gray Derhy
Ribbed Fall and Winter
Underwear Shirts and
Drawers, silk trimmed
each 1 9c
Bon s Cowboy 1 lats trim
med with leather worth 75c
A splendid M. I). Wells
Shoe for boys worth $1.50
now ' $1.10
AGENTS for Douglas Shoes $3,50
A FINE LINE OF STETSON HATS
Get Your tickets with EACH one Dollar purchase on
that $75.00 in Gold that we are giving away.
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