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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1904)
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By careful and intelligent buying, both at home and abroad, through our New York Agent, we believe we have
achieved as perfect a system of buying as can be attained at so great a distance from the markets.
& "THESE PRICES TELL THE TORY fe
All of the New Styles for Men arc Here. SEASONABLE GOODS AT VERY LOW PRICES
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American Clothing Go's, strong made Suits at. .$5.00
Hlack and white pepper and salt effects at 6.50
A big line at 7.50
All wool Black Worsteds, guar, color and make 9.85
Hand tailored Suits of Cheviots, Cassimeres at 12.50
EXTRAORDINARY VALUE in Worsteds, Cassimeres,
Clieiols, Homespuns and Friccs. This is our best
bar euin. handmade and all that is necessary to net
S18.00 for tliem would be to nmik it on the ticket, hut 4fX? 1R ff
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DOUGLAS $3.50 SHOES
Why experiment uitli other shoes when you
can get the King of all S3. 50 shoes of us?
2-rr PAYS TO BUY THE DOUGLAS-?!
Get your Tickets with each Dollar
Purchase on the $75.00 in Gold
we are giving away.
wo put the lot in at
All new this season's goods.
OVERCOATS -cA 5x-r OVERCOATS
Our line of the cclcbiatcd Adler Overcoats is now on exhibition; they
comprise the short, the medium, the long, 52-inch belt, double and sin
gle breasted; made in Cheviots, Kerseys, Meltons, Donegal mixtures,
Tweeds, and in lact every conceit of the tailor's art. Pi ices range from
$4.85 to $25.00
Our line at $15 and $18 is especially strong.
Covert cloth blanket-lined rainproof Coats, were
$2.00, now $1.50
The hit gest assortment of new Fall and Winter Caps for Men and
Hoys ever shown in this section. We a:e the introduce) s of all the
new styles in Caps 25c to S2.00. .
SNAKIiSKINSSNAKESKINSThe new Snake
skin Silk is the latest New York Fad in neckwear for
men. They look like a dollar; our price, 75c.
BROWN'S IN TOWN! With hcadcpiartcrs at the Famous. From
Sox to Hats we have all the new Hrown colotings, the Season's
Fashion dectec. ,
HA WES' iTaT"" "AGFE N C Y
Earl & Wilson Collars and Cuffs Tgei and Champion Hats John B.
Stetson's Hats Douglas Shoes Htman Shoes. We cairy more
Union made and htandaid lines of merchandise than any house in
1000 Mile Black Winter Underwear 50c
I leavy Blue Flannel Shirts $ 1 .25
Men's Sweaters, 75c kind 50c
Drawers, (doubleseatecl 50c
Mulehide Gloves 25c
Slicker Gloves, waterproof, (Men) 15C
Heaviest grade Rockford Sox, worth 15c, 3 pairs 25c
120 prs men's Bib Overalls, good wt., for 10 days 39c
Only one pair to a customer.
All wool derby ribbed gray Underwear, regular
value $1.50 per garment. We have a lot of
broken sizes which we will sell at one-half
price while they last. This means 75c per garment
ASF" Don't overlook this big bargain.
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1 case of Gray Derby Ribbed Fleeced line Shirts and
Drawers silk trimmed pearl buttons, cheap at 35c .
wc will sell this lot at 19c eadl.
One lot of heavy Fleeces for Boys in Underwear at . . .25c "
Boy's Norfolk Suits at $2 .45
New goods icceived Monday, October 10.
t New Double breasted Cheviot suits, all sizes, just in, c
Blue and Black worth 52. a suit, for 10 days only at . &i.s
Come early and get your pick of sizes.
Bov's all wool 05c and 75c Knee Pants, guaranteed not to rip at . 50c
Everything in the line of Railroad Work Clothes. We
carry the celebrated Carhurtt Overalls and Corduroys
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OUR MAMMOTH STOCK OF WEARABLES FOR MEN AND BOYS
is now ready for your inspection. The like has not been seen in this part of Nebraska.
ONB PRICE TO ALL"Everybody's money "looks alike to Us"
Our cash business puts us in a position where we have no enemies to punish and no one has to pay for any person's bad debts.
King Cash reigns supreme here.
SEE that you get your
Tickets on the
$75 in Gold
F. J. Brennan & Co..,. I
DEALEHS IN"" -
"" Toilet Articles. !
i Paints, Oils and Wall Paper :;
J S'arnskt bnlaoal Alliance, Nebraska.
. . Souvenirs . . .
A. O. E$o.-mes
Repairing' in all its . Hail orders promptly
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:: Undertaking and . .
:: Embalming Company
Calls snsuered promptly day or night.
Residence phone 269.
Jeweler and Optician.
Ciias. E. Ford, President
A. S. Reed, R. M. Hampton, Vice Presidents.
S. K. WARRrcK. Cashier
G. Hampton, Ass't Cashier.
First National Bank,
Surplus and Profits, $20,000
Chas. E. Ford, A. S. Reed, R. M Hampton. H G. Warrick. S. K. Warrick.
Notice to Creditors.
In county Court, within and forllox Iluttu
county, Nebrasku. Sept. 17. iwi. In the
mutter of the estate of HoVrt rreelund,
deceased. To tliu cmlltors uf wild cMat:
You uro hereby notltled. that I will kit at
the County Court Itoom In Alllanco In said
county, on the. M duy of March, 1005. to re
ceive and uxumlne all rlainis aRuliibt &uUl
estate, with alow to their adjustment and
allowance. The time limited for the pres
entation of clulini u cut nst said estnte U six
monllis, from the 17th day of Sept. A, I, 1904,
and the time limited for payment, at debt Is
one year from said 17th-day OtiStfBjUJBOl.
Witness my hand and UicrseSltiof said
county court, this 17th day of bent, 1901.
(A True Copy) D. K.Spacht.
beax.1 Fp Bept,23-4w. County Judge.
All persons contesting lands have the
right to publish notices in any newspaper
they desire provided such paper is pub
lished in the county in which the land is
Persons desiring to enter homesteads or
make final proof in other land districts can
do so without going to land office. Address
or call on T. J. O'Keefe, U. S. Commis
sioner for the district of Nebraska, Alliance
Flour i Feed.
Is Our Leader. Try It.
WT.PT sini: MAIN
Dr. J. R. Taggart, D.V.S.
Is prepared to treat any and all
diseases known to the horse
and cow. Special attention to
dentistry. All work guaranteed
Ham North of Palace Livery. Tho 101
SEE Jos. Carey & Co.
For house moving, well boring
making and cleaning cesspools
moving box cars, ete ....
Kooms otcr the 1'umous Clothing Store.
All work guaranteed satisfactory,
MH3. e. C. YEAOEIt. ALLIANCE, NEH.
THIS for THAT
is goods from our large
and complete stock of
is money, or yo u r
promise of money.
we want to trade with
you. Are you
trade? If so
and see us.
a line of new things in
P or tiers and Couch
304 Box Butte Ave. Alliance, Neb.
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