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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY,. DECEMBER 9, 1904,
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.13 are showing a handsome line of
Books, Vases and Novelty China
ware, Dolls and Toys.
Fancy Neckwear, Shopping Bags and
Furs make fine gifts, and we will gladly
show you our line.
The HORACE BOGUE STORE
Friday is Fresh Fruit Day nt
Glcnson's Delicacy Store. Nov. n-tf
Money to Loan.
$2000 to loan on approved security at
10 per cent interest
Dec. 23t G. L. Mofkatt.
Avoid Risk and Terrors or Operation
for disease, by using Dr. Moses S. Hotch
kiss' perfect specific for inflammation,
Cure for all diseases, acute or chronic,.
Paralysis overcome in from 2 to 4 months
puiting patient on feet. Equal relief for
rheumatism and all other chronic diseases
This specific is a never-failing cure for
diptheria. perspiration induced inside of
C hours and improvement shown in acute
cases inside of ten days.
Specific single bottle $1.00, doz.
$5. 00; Doz. $10.00. 15 years successful
experience. Write for particulars and
circulars, Frank McFarland,
49-4 Grawford, Neb.
Closing Out at Cost.
Our entire stock of Children's Hats nnj
cloaks nt Regan's.
I.ndlcs' Wnlsts and Wrappers nt UcRim's
Ladies when in Alliance do not fail to
call at Regan's where you will find the
most complete line of Millinery and
Ladies' Furnishings at the vdry lowest
Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house.
Forest Lumber Co. make a specialty of
manufacturing dipping vats.
Dr. Koons, dentist,
See Humphrey for picture framing, up
holstering and furniture repairing.
Hurold H. Miller, M. D., physician and
surgeon, office and residence 321 south
Seventeenth strcat, Lincoln, Neb.
Geo. G.' Gadsby will take clown
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. o-iO tf
Go to the Alliance National Hank to
deposit your money. Oct. 7-tf.
Special sulc Ladles' Suits and Skirts ut
Picture framing, upholstering and furni
ture repairing -C. Humphry. 7-10-tf
Nearly all the 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 Cp-Lon-Co
hasn't cured. Ask your druggist.
General and Personal News of Alli
ance and Vicinity.
Simon Sprv wns n Crawford visitor
Look over Geo. Darling's stock be
fore making selections for Xuisih gifts.
The Ladies' Union will meet with
Mrs. Edward Jackson ne.t Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sampy and
Mrs. John Sampy were Alliance visi
W. 1). Ktiuicr purchased the Dor
rington tesidencc Wednesday, the eon-
Straws show which way the wind
blows, and the general advertising of
Alliance merchants in today's issue of
Tin; llMtAMi is an indication that
Clnistmas, tin happiest day of all the
year to mankind and more especially
the little onus, will soon ho hero.
I Thcie's the ever reliable Famous with
its storeroom lull of fine presents ad-
vet Used in a neatly arranged and well
written statement of what can be se-
cured there for those who wish to ro-
member their relatives and friends.
Geo. Dai ling too has many beautiful
, things to offer 011 tho last page of this
! issue, while W. W. Not ton is head-
quarters this season for good old Kris
I Kringlc, tho patron saint of tho little
j ones and ho has advised Mr. Norton to
siderntion being Si, 600.
C. A. Newberry spent Saturday at ', sce to il t,lnt cvcr' owe in Box Butto
Chadron and while there sold some of , co""ty should be remembered at his
store, wheic a great stock is on hand
l to be sold out at tho lowest pi ices pos-
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aiuiv. r it:u muuiing lias somcwiiug to
say to tho ladies about the American
! beauty corsets that will be of interest.
1 Sce his ad. elsewhcie. The Horace
Hogue store is also in the front ranks
his celebrated dipping vats.
J. H. Miller returned Wednesday
from his trip to Cody, Wyo., where he
was looking after his laud inteicsts.
. A. Hunter has purchased the resi
dence of conductor J. A. McDonald
and the latter is negotiating for the ' with n holiday display and it is only to
j his credit to state that no better place
1 can be found in Nebraska in which to
I secure holiday present!). See the ad.
j Several days ago, Mrs. Hnr'y BcaiiB
j wife of Engineer Beans of this city,
, lost her gold watch as a result of a
1 sneak thief's work. The matter was
'repotted to the police and Marshal
' Boon and Nightwatch Cardwell after
1 investigating came to tho conclusion
that 0:10 Charles Summers, n familiar
' figure about town was the proper party
to intercept in the case. The minions
of the law were on the right track evi
1 dently, for on being accosted, Summers
produced the stolen propeity and was
! given rush orders to leave town.
Ed Mollring residence
Invitations aie out for the third an
nual ball of Hardstruggle lodge No.
642, B. of R. T., Friday evening, Dec.
30, in the Zbiuden hall.
K. G. King of Omaha is in the city
today. Mr. King has located a large
number of people in Sioux county un
der the Kinkaid act and today filed on
a homestead himself near Ilarnsou.
An alarm of fue last Monday
brought the department to Norton's
store, where some, irregularity in the
pressure tank of the lighting plant had
threatened set ions results. However,
presence of mind and the prompt action
of those in the store avertod all damage.
W. H. Snyder has disposed of his
residence property in this city to F. L.
Putney, formerly of Ellsworth, the
consideration being forty-six head of
horses and colts. Mr. Snyder has
The local organization of the Modern
Brotherhood of America have made ar
rangements to give a grand ball at
Zbindcn hall Monday evening, Decem
ber uj. Everybody is cordially invited.
Refreshments will be served free and
nifln nrr!)ntiniiipntcfnmnvn tn linvpnitn
....,.,. . , .. ' there is every indication to predict that
soon, while Mr. Putney contemplates , f - . ,...,,,,, nf . Knrtntv
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Swell line of pictures and medallions
Ed Rood came in from tho cast
Fted Nagleschneidcrand sister Anna,
wero down from Hemiugford Tuesday
on land business.
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Charles W. Smith and Miss May
Brown were united in marriage Tues
day, Rev. G. C. leffors performing the
untieing this city hi3 home.
' in Alliance, will be a complete success.
Mr. and Mrs, Philip Michael were
down from llcuiingford yesterday.
Mr. Michael mado Tin; Hiu;ai.i a visit
and renewed his subscription.
The Sotobis club will meet with Miss
Ina Boll wood next Friday and the
Cheese and Cracker club will bo enter
tained by Mrs. H. II. Bcllwood on
Glen Hamilton returned last Sunday
irom his trip to the World's fair and a
visit at LnFaycttc, I nil., with his
mother and brother Verne who is at
tending 1'iirdim University.
Arch Deacon Opo will hold services
in the Episcopal Chinch next Sunday
as follows: Children's service at to: a.
in. Holy communion at 11: a. in.
Service and sermon at 7:30 p. in,
Thcr! will bo a dance in the Zbiuden
hall next Monday night to which the
public is generally invited. Tickets of
admission will bo 50 cents. Good
music will bo provided for the occasion.
Tho Feast of the Imiunlctijato Con
ception of the Blessed Virgin Mary,
which was observed at the Catholic
church last Sunday, Monday and Tues
day, was well nttended. Rev. Father
Galvin was assisted in the services by
Fathei Carroll of North Platte and
Father Sullivan of Sidney.
Dr. and Mrs. Allen entertained a
number of neighbors and friends at
their beautiful home Tuesday evening.
A musical recital and light refresh
ments were the order of the evening's
enjoyment, ine ur, ami wite arc
pleasant entertainers and it is a real
pleasure to be numbered among their
M. W. A. Rally!
Wednesday Eve., Dec. 14
Details pertaining thereto
will be discussed at M. W.
A. hall on above ' date. All
members are earnestly re
quested to be present. The
Woodmen will meet with the
Royal neighbors from 7:30
A Grand Success.
The ladies of the M. E. church mado
a grand success of the bazaar held at
the new city hall lasl Ft iday and Sat
urday. There's no disputing the fact,
that if the good Lord takes into con
sideration strcnuousity and gettip-and
dust in the domain of his vineyard hero
on earth, the women will have thq best
of it over tho sterner sex two to one.
But that's not for us to decicTo. The
bazaar was well arranged and every
detail made the event a success. It is
estimated that the not proceeds will bo
in thelneighborhood of $300, which will
go to improvement of the church
property and parsonage. Tho social
feature of the bazaar was likewise a
success. The decorations were beauti
ful and the whole building was a bow
cry of beauty. The ladies of the M.
E. church are to bo congratulated on
Mr. M. C. Hubbell and Miss Belle
W. Smith were united in holy wedlock
Wednesday, December 7, at the hqmo
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. O. Smith in this city, The wedding
was a quiet affair only relatives being
present. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. G. C. Jcffcrs. Tho- groom is
0110 of our most prominent young
ranchmen and his bride is an accom
plished young lady who has won Mrtnv
friends by her amiable disposition, The
Hkkald joins the manv friends nf Nfr.
and Mrs. Hubbell in wishing' them n
1 happy and prosperous journey through
'" ' 1 I f " " - in.
The 1 lome of
with viscolized soles, water proof.
You need no overshoes with these.
SEE THEM 1
EXTRA VALUES !
Men's Split Buckskin
A FINE LINE OF
New Goods, Double-breasted
ft- Don't forget that you can
teY-biiy a very decent SUIT
Wo have no old, shop-worn goods
in our store. We manage to dis
pose of all wo tiuy oach season. Old
goods are dear at any price. We al
ways show the newest goods in our
ffJuuf fc"" PA pn
You kin w DouJ is w.is ele-rted gov
ernor of Massachusetts. on can be
in his si oes for. 'J 50
7ITT1 ITH0UT EXCEPTION this is the greatest Clothing Event of the year. Read every
m word of it. We offer you your free choice of all the new weaves including Worsteds,
Silk Mixed Worsteds, Cassimeres, Cheviots, Vicunas, Thibets and Clays. Suits that
sold at $18.00, for the low price of
We guarantee every suit to
have the non-breakable front,
hand-padded shoulders, hand-put-on
collar; guarantee the
goods fast colors and perfect
fitting. ' Investigate these
goods. Xo such values have,
ever been offered vou before.
This offer is limited to
12 days, as we think the
will all be sold in that time
at this ridiculously low figure.
We will be pleased to have
ou look and try them on.
Buy Him a Suit or an Overcoat for His Present !
1 David, Alder
We have just received 39 sample Overcoats, 52-inch automobile belt coats from David, Alder
& Sons wav below the price, and we otter $17.00, $ib.oo and $20.00 values. Ii
)ou need a coat, you can't afford to miss this, it will save ou dollars, at...
Vou have all been to the
circus and doubtless noticed
and heard the noise of the side
show man. When you acted
wisely you passed up the side
shows, going to the main tent
It's good policy to do the same
when buying clothing Pass up
sideshows and come to the
main clothtnc tent, which is
of course. ONE PRICE
Two Doors North of Postofl'ice.
REMEMBER, ONLY 19 DAYS
UNTIL WE GIVE AWAY THAT
0"l V wi,h eac1' loliar
J "" J purcliahe. keep
ft ffi l) "em u,mi you
vJ J iiUr y know who is en
titled to the gold
niakoan idojlX Mas
Gift". Genuine 1' i'lui
h.,ht and dark r jlorH
$5, $6 and $7
II ii i y rnJil"! d lln'vlii'il
as Bis collar, blanket
,"4 linr-il imlv
Just in another
case of BOYS'
Tins is the third case
Vei finr hue rang
ing in price from
1.50 to 7.50
lust rooeli l'iI tliL-in
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In Holiday Boxes
Wbilc thev last, one "fr
pair to customer., ..5V
so BOYS' OVERCOATS
Made of Tnion Cassimere
For io days onh
""'"iijiTnrifWM iiiiiiiiiM ii in
ONE LOT OF 50c
4 - in - panels
Men's Heavv, Fleece-lined
lilCKAT STUM' Tor 10 U.iys Only
ar65c value OQ
Something New in
O VERCLOTH ES
See those new Tnion
Suits, lackets and pants
all in one.
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