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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1904,
We ftave rie
General and Personal News of Alii
ancc and Vicinity.
Judge Wcstover passed through Al"
liauce Wednesday enrouto home from
IlyanniR whete he spout n few duvs
and all other styles at all other prices.
We would like to show them to you.
AS4WLilSAJ JJLSAAS, AMiaAAa
of those trade-winning bargain offers, for which
this store has become renowned.
U NDERW EAR
The kind you pay 65c for at other stores, in
this sale at
In another department
3 Children's Underwear
3 price of
Call early before the stock is broken and sizes
W. W. NORTON
Business Local Column.
Advertisements in this column will be
charged at the rate of 10 cents per line
first insertion and 5 cents per line each
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.
Battenberg patterns and stamped
linens at Regan's.
New styles in childrens cloaks and
dresses at Regan's.
Forest Lumber Co. make a specialty of
manufacturing dipping vats.
Dr. Koons, dentist, Office upstairs
See Humphrey for picture framing", up
holstering and furniture repairing.
Picture framing, upholstering and furni
ture repairing C. Humphry. 7-ic-tf
For Sale 75 Cords of dry hard wood
W. H Smiley, Crawford, Nebraska.
Fall line of ladies waists and wrap
pers just received at Regan's.
For Sale Carriage and phaeton, for
cash or on time, J. C WIlson & Bro.
Harold B. Miller, M. D., physician and
surgeon, office and residence 321 south
Seventeenth street, Lincoln, Neb.
Hand rubbed, polish finish oak stoves
at Darling's, same price others are get
ting for plain finish.
Children's School Shoes.
Over 300 pairs of good shoes to be sold
from jo cents to $1,45 a pair.
Fred Mollrimo, Manager.
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we are also showing some
at the extremely low
A .Millinery Opening.
Pattern and Dress Hats, Street and
Tuitorcd HatN. Largest and most clc.
gam line ever brought to Alliance now
on display at REGAN'S.
Cattle Ranch, 11 quarter sections all
deeded land, good title. First class
improvements. Inquire at this office.
Bromos Grass Seed.
I have a quantity of choice bromos
grass seed for sale at my place ,Vi
miles south of Hcmiugford, at 10 cents
a pound. Bromos is the ideal grass
for western Nebraska. L. Sampv.
Big Cloak and Jacket Sale.
Misses' and children's jackets and coats,
Jackets from $1,25 to $3.50.
Coats from $2 fio to $7.00.
Fred Mollrino, Manager.
Found in Alliance, a watch. The own
er can have same by calling on Judge
Berry, proving properly and paying for
Nearly all fhe ailments of the human
race in these days are caused by the Blood.
Stomach and Kidneys being out of order.
There is not a case on record than Co-Lon-
Co hasn't cured. Ask your druggist.
Geo. G. Gadsby will take down
screen doors and windows and store
them till spring when they will be re
paired, painted and put up again. He
will also make and put up storm doors
and windows. Phone 400. 0-16 tf
Go to the Alliance National Bank to
deposit your money. Oct. 7-tf.
Old papers for sale at this office.
Miss Kate Hogtic left this week for a
visit at the World's fair, aftor which
she will proceed to New Yotk City to
study art for some time.
Richard Waters, of the Dierks Lum
ber company, is su(feiing with an at
tack of appendicitis mid for a time his
condition was acute. Mr. Waters'
friends will be pleased to learn that he
is now convalescing.
Attorney E. L. Grantham of Custer,
S. D., spent yesterday in Alliance on
business for the mining company .vhich
is being organized for the development
of property near Mystic. Mr. Grant
ham went from here to Pierre, S. D.
We are pleased to note that after a
few weeks' absence at Wymote, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Zchrung have returned
to Alliance to reside permanently. The
health of Mrs. 'A, has improved notice
ably and no doubt with the satisfaction
of being home again all will be well.
While delivering washing Wednes
day night at a residence in the west
part of town, a colored woman wns the
victim of sneak thieves who stole the
remainder of the washing packed in a
large basket and sitting on the side
walk. She had three or four family
washings and the thief made way
Jules Zbinden returned last Sunday
from his trip to Omaha and St. Louis,
having cut his visit short on account
of physical indisposition. While in
St. Louis Jules and his brother partook
of some article of diet during their
meal that put them out of the sight
seeing business lor several days. Aside
from this, the brothers enjoyed their
A business transfer took place last
Monday whereby C. A. Glcason came
iu possession of the 'confectionary and
fcigar. establishment conducted by L.
A". Suprise. Mr, Gleason was for some
time a trusty and popular engineer oi
the B. & M. and his many friends will
be pleased to call on him at his place
of business. Mr. Suprise will rest on
his oars for a while before deciding on
his future investments.
The election ballott this year will be
a stem winder. It will be at least i
feet long and a majority of the rural
counties will have to have them print
ed away from home, where larger
press facilities can be secured. The
tall man will have a decided advantage
over his short brother when it comes
to voting, for the latter will have to
stand on an elevation to read the
ticket from head to foot.
The Misses Inice McCorkle and
Gertrude Warren entertained a num
ber of their friends at a "photograph"
party last Friday evening. Eighteen
gentlemen were present to enjoy the
pleasure of the occasion. A five-course
dinner was served, the delicious viands
being a source of gratification to the
inner man. Amid the artistic decora
tions of the dining room the lighted wax
candles added a most pleasing effect. In
the game contest Mr. McLennan
succeeded in winning first prize, which
consisted of a white silk bund-painted
The organization of a Young Wo
men's Christian Association Circle was
completed last Sunday afternoon at a
meeting held for the consideration of
such a movement. A careful explana
tion of the work was given by Miss
Gold Corwin, state organizer, setting
forth the possibilities for good work by
such an organization in Alliance. The
women present were earnest and en
thusiastic, giving their support in word
and action as those realizing that the
time to act is when opportunity pre
sents itself and when a helping, en
couraging hand may be extended to
all who so often feel the need of it,
and at the same time improving and
uplifting all toward higher standards
life. May the women and girls of
Alliance give their help in what ever
way they feel it possible to do so.
Business meeting at 7:30 Monday
evening, in the prayer meeting room
at the M. E. chinch. A hearty wel
como to all interested in the work.
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