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ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1904,
General and Personal News of Alli
ance and Vicinity.,
A new lot of Flannel, mer
cerized and brilliantine waists
in all the fall follnwino-c iiist
The HORACE BOQUE STORE
This First Touch
of winter is a positive indication that you
can no longer delay the purchase of your
warm apparel for this year. At this store
you will find an assortment of winter wear
that cannot be excelled in variety or qual
ity, and at prices that are the lowest. A
visit to this popular mercantile establishment
will convince you that we sell good goods
"Vfl. yb. KoYtow.
IRA H. Ill'SilNELL.
Palace Meat Market
CHOICEST FRESH AND SALT MEATS
ALWAYS ON HAND
$ Fish and Oysters in Season
fe Your patronage solicited. Give us a trial
? First Door North of Postoffice 'Phone 131
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Friday is Fresh Fruit Day ot
Gleason's Delicacy Store. Nov. n-tf
Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house.
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.
For Sale 75 Cords of dry hard wood
W. H Smiley, Crawford, Nebraska.
For Sale Carriage and phaeton, for
cash or on time. J. C. WIlson & Bro.
Harold B. Miller, M. D., phsician and
surgeon, office and residence 321 south
Seventeenth street, Lincoln, Neu,
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 doois
and windows. Phone 400. 0-16 tf
Wanted A young girl attending
school to assist with housework; good
home and wages, Mrs. Marcus Fran
lie. Special sale on nil framed pictures
at Geo. Darling's. Discount of 33
per cent until November 10th.
We are paying 20c for hand separat
ed cream with prospects for still
better price Harding Cream Co.
KRNEST C. OI.DAY
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Cattle for Sale.
I have for sale 240 head mixed cat
tle, all well bred; Sixty head of year
ling and two-year-old steers in the
bunch. J. D. Haolktv,
Will exchange new 10 inch Victor
Zonophone or Columbia record for one
old recoid and 05 cents. C. I. Marks.
Ladies when in Alliance do not fail to
call at Kegan's where you will find the
most complete line of Millinery and
I-adies' Furnishings at the very lowest
For Sale Cheap Good seven room
house. Inquire at this office.
Closing Out at Cost.
Our entire stock of Children's Huts, mid
cloaks nt llcfiau'.s.
Ladle-.' Wulsts nnd Wrapper ot Itcgnn's
.Special sale Ladies' .suits nnd .skirts nt
Phonograph supplies of all kinds. C.
Highest price paid for hides. C. K.
Old papers for sale at this office.
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 HOMRIGllOUSEX,
Col. Evens of Marsland was an Al
liance visitot this week,
Mrs. Allele Phelan ictuined to her
home nt McCook last Fntlay. She
was accompanied a poitinn of the wbv
In Mi. N'elliti Hillior.
Union service will be
First Presbyterian church
giving duv at 10:30 a. in.
will be pieached by Rev.
held in the
A son was born to Mi. and Mrs.
Kobcit Gtaham last Sunday, but the
little one survived only a shoit time,
d ing last Wednesday. The remains
were consigned to mother eaith in
Greenwood cemetery yesterday after
noon. The railroad stockyards is a busy
place these days. Cattle, horses and
sheep being unloaded, fed and reloaded.
A magnificent specimen of 1 singe steer
weighing 1700 pounds was so badly
injuicd at the yards Tuesday that it
was necessary to kill the animal.
Twin dit 1 and bov babies were born
to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Miller last Sun
day. The latter snrvicd but a shoit
time and the remains weic taken to
Yotk for interment Sunday night by J.
B. Miller who returned Wednesday
noon having consigned the little body
toitsiesting place. Mrs. Miller and
daughter are processing nicely, we ate
glad to slate,
Tin: Hi kali) mailing list has been
the cause of consideiable extiu work
this week owing to the addition of a
great many new subscriber. Al
though the election didn't go our way
in every respect we have no reason to
complain of business along this line.
People know a well edited and neatly
printed papi when they see it and
hence the piosperitv we are enjoying.
To meet with the wholesale defeat
that occuned at the recent election is
bad enough, but when sonic wickedly
funny person who fails to divulge their
name, call us up to the phone, with the
query, if we had heard of the terrible
ruunaway that happened the night
pievious, and being answeied that we
had not, explains matters by saying,
that the republicans ranaway with the
democratic paity, it is enough to make
A. C. Johnson has purchased the
People's Meat market from K. M.
Simpson. Mr. Johnson proposes to
keep an up-to-date establishment and
will keen nothing but the choicest
meats for sale. In order to do this he
finds it necessary to conduct an ex
clusively cash business and proposes
to continue along this line to the letter.
By this method lie will be able to give
his customers just what they want and
guarantees entire satisfaction. This
is a good stand to take and will prove
satisfactory to purchaser and custo
Jules A. Sandoz, who resides about
forty miles northeast of Alliance, has
twenty acies in fruit trees of diffcient
varieties and has been quite successful
in their growth. Mr. Sandoz says he
is willing to give his experience to
those who contemplate growing fruit
tiees. In the cheny he recommends
the Dyehouse, Terry, Osstheim and
Mont Morency. In plum, the best
groweis are the Sandoz, Bisby, De
Sola and Wyant. The best growers
of the apple variety are the Florence,
Duchess, Senator, Longfield, Wolfe
and Riser. In peais, the Birkett,
Garowsky, Lincoln, Boussok and Law
rence. Mr. Sandoz's orchard is plant
ed on upland ground such as lies about
Alliance and he has had splendid suc
cess with all his ttees. He says his
pear trees have prospered beyond his
expectation and give evidence of long
Thanksgiving occurs next Thuisday
and the people of the United States,
it respective of politics or creed, are ex
pected to give thanks on that occasion.
Republicans can rejoice ovei the elec
tion and democrats can thank their
goodness that they are alive. Simon
Spiy can feel good that he no longei
lives in Missouri and W. S. Ridgell
should be greatful that he bet on the
right man in Colorado. But all in all
we. ought to consider that we have
many things to feel good over. Good
crops have blessed the fields and cattle
have prospered ou every hill top. The
weathei has been fine for everybody
; but the coal dealer. The only thing
that we sec that stands in the way of
a faultless Thanksgiving feast is the
high price of turkey. They sny this is
accounted for by the heavy rains and
damp w outlier in the turkey raising lo
calities. It is said that the new broods
caught cold by tramping through the
moisture and many were thereby con
signed to a premature grave. Now
this is a grave question and we don't
want any of our readers to take it us a
joke. With tin key at 30 cents a pound,
thoie are a large number of us who
will have to do without, unless the
birds loost exceedingly low. How
ever, lot us all be of good cheer, and
on that da y let us opon our hearts to
all mankind, for we are only here for
todav, soon to pass away, and let us
rejoice together as one household, with
kindness and love for all.
Bed Spreads, Outing Flannels
Red and Bine Oil Boiled ? C 3 Z nrf Cf
Linens, per yard jZOiOO &11U OULs
HeaiMba 45,50 and 60c
18-SSytdf5ft 75 and 90 c
72-inch Heavy Linens, Domestic,
$ilteins:90c, $1.00, 1.25
White Bed Spreads, Marselles Pattern,
S t&65c,$h 1.25 and 1.50
Good Ootton Towels, Fringe Ends, each q5C-
Huck Towels, All Linen, Hem Stitched. f C
Plain or with Border, each 1 JL
Turkish Towels, Extra Heavy, each 1 UC
Ootton Crash Towling, per yard 4c fr
Ail Linen Crash Towling, per yard
Outing Flannels, Bleached
Tt.5, 7, 9, Wand 12k
Cretons"per yard 6 i O and KjC
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The physiognomy entertainment giv
en under the auspices of the Hpwoith
League by Professor Deschainps Mon
day evening was fairly well attended
and the exercises weie quite interest
ing and instructive The blackboard
illustrations weie very pleasing and
taken as a whole the entertainment
was a profitable one.
Win. Peters, accompanied by Col.
Wibiier and Geo. Young, came up
from Bayard yesteiday to make final
pioof on a quarter section belonging to
Mr. Peters. Win. Ayer, station agent
at Litchfield, was also hem ou a like
en and before the land office.
The Famous Clothing store has one
of the best written ads in today's
HiutALD that has been published for
many a day. Mr. Fraiikle is the orig
inator of the attractive advertising anJ
knows how to draw the attention of
the reader to what he has to sell. He
says what he means and means what he
says, and that's the secret of his suc
cess. A tail-end collision occuned at Hem
iiigford Monday night between a work
train and stock special going east. The
accident took place within the switch
yards and hence traffic was delayed
but a short time. lwieman E. O.
Cool of the special was badly bruisod
by jumping and some of the men ou
the work train weie slightly bruised.
The damage done to the rolling stock
A letter to Tub Her.u.0 from Mr.
and Mis. L. S. Mattrudc, who aic
now located at Waitsburg, Wash.,
states that they have about decided to
make that place their home. Theyaie
fifteen miles north of Walla Walla, in
the heart of of a groat fruit raising
country and are in love with the place.
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Table Linens, Crashe,
We want to call your special attention
to our large stock of
mere's "De,atmx0t Sqt&
They write that the finest kind of ap-j
pies are selling nt is'ti cents a niisnei ,
and other fruit in potpoitioii. Mr.
Mastiude has seemed si job at the car
penter trade and evei thing bids fail,
for a happv future for the foimer Box
Mrs. A. IX Rodgers leturued yester
day fioui a visit with friends on the
Mrs. Rose Reardon returned from
Omaha and Crcston, Iowa, last Satur
Thanksgiving turkeys for everybody.
Diessed or undressed, to suit you, at
Rodger's gtocery store.
Wanted Room and board for mv
self and wife; private family prefencd.
C. IX Fleming, Alliance. '
Mrs. Goo. Mehlieturned Wednedav
from sin extended visit in
was accompanied by her
J. C. Shipley and J. O. Wilson camoj
down from Sioux count) last Saturday i
to transact wiiue land husincfts in thoj
U. S. land office. i
Leonard Sampy of Nonpareil was at
the county hub Tuesday. He status!
that Mrs. Sampy's health has been
feeble for some time,
Miss Hickcy, who has beau si ruis
deut of Alliance for fcoverul mouths,
loft Saturduy nhjit for Omaha, whore
she will roside tins winter. Owiuc to
ill health, Miss Hickey found it neces
sary to make a chance. She contem
plates returning to her former home at
Vail, Iown, in the sprint;.
The Northwest Nebraska Educa
tional association will hold its next
meeting at Crawford, November 25
and 26. Among those who will take
pait in the piogram aic A. C. Wood,
Miss Iiuv McCorkle, Mis. Leora Rustin
and Miss Susie Frazier of this cit.
Two car loads of Filipinos attached
to 41 went west last Monday bound for
Portland, where they will embark fot
their homes in the far oast, Thei were
a part of the groupe to the World's fan,
which is soon to close. One car con
tained the civilized contingent, who re
side to the south of Manila. T1il are
a bright, clean looking and intelligent
people who can give many of us white
trash, with our boasted vitlucs, curds
and s-psules in civiliod etiquette. The
little woman, with pearly white teeth,
boie the stamp of good female chaiacter
in their countenance, which couUl not
be pasted ou with paint and, powder,
and the little children showed then
good ti ainhig when they approached a
ceitain minister who happened near,
bowed and tendorly kissed his hand.
In the othar car conditions were diffei
out. These were the roally i;uorant
wild, hoad-hunting, dog-eating saages
who hail from the north and mountain.
ous section of the archipelago. If am -one
has sympathy to give out let them
contribute it to these poor people. Tbev
have a religion, but it is the Moham
madon, and a greater curse than none
at all. The half clad, unkept women
of the outfit were as coarse featured as
the men and the brute nature predomin
ated in their expressions. DitTerent
than those in the first car, they were
unable to speak a word of English.
The nearest to the ''American ideal"
was a little chap, as naked as the day
he was born, wearing a btraw hat,
singing the " Red, White and Blue,"
Mrs. Claud Brown went to Hem
ingford last Wednesday to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L, Bush-nell.
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