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ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1904,
Ranch Properties Wanted
If you deshe to sell your ranch, no matter whether
located in Nehraska or Wyoming, we would like to have
you call or wi he and give us a description of it, together
with vour very lowest price. We want the price both
with and without such stock as may he on it. If your
price is reasonable, we will find a purchaser for same
within a very shoit time, and our charge for such ser
vice will he entirely satisfactory to you.
If you want to buy a ranch or some pastme land,
or an irrigated farm in the North Platte Valley, we
would also like to have you communicate with us. We
offer for sale some excellent piopertics manv of them
great bargains and vc can make you "some good pay
We also make mortgage loans on approved ranch
and in tented lands.
German Investment Company,
J. W. GERMAN. Manager,
ALLIAXXE, - - NEBRASKA
H. A. Mark arrived on today's train
from Lincoln to give his illustrated
lecture on Western Nebiaska at the
First Baptist church this evening. Mr.
Marl; has made a study of the west and
has a collection of interesting views
which he exhibits during the course of
J. P. Elmore arrived Monday from
Missouri and after a couple of days
visit with his family lett Wednesday
with John Elmore for the ranch near
Gillette, Wyo., where they will ship a
few cars of mules to the railroad woik
in Missouri. Mr. Elmore says that
their new rock crushers are now in use
and that their contract there will re
quire another year to complete it.
E. P. Hubbell, lepresenting the
Denver Type foundry, was in the city
last Monday calling on members of the
newspaper fraternity, Mr. Hubbell
has been up in the hills in the interest
of his (inn. It was he who sold Col.
Wisner of Bayard the new plant with
winch the Oshkosh papei will be
A pleasant birthday party was giv
en at the Re.ardon residence last Tues
day in honor of Miss Estelle Bohn, the
popular lady member of the cleiical
foice at the land office, and Mr. Ed
Ueardou, son of Mrs. Rose Reardon,
being the birthday anniversary ot the
young people. Plates were laid for
fourteen and the time was spent in a
Gcncrnl nnd Personal News of Alli
ance nnd Vicinily.
Orvil Kid well was down from his
ranch in Nonpaieil precinct Wednes
day. Division Superintendent Phelan and
wife returned Sunday from a trip to
Miss Mary Wnvada came down from
Hemingford Sunday evening and visit
ed relatives till Wednesday.
Ed Mollring sold his residence yes
terday to Conductor J. A. McDonald.
The consideration was $3,000.
v .- .
Misses Inice McCorkle and Gertrude
Warren, teachers in the Emerson
school, were on the sick list this week.
Miss Pearl Bartz is expected home
frome Denver next week. She has
been studying music there for several
Claude E. Rodgers and Erne M.
Rodgers, both of Cheyenne county,
were married at the couit house Wed
nesday by Judge Spacht.
Mrs. Keith L. Pieice and little son
returned to Heiningfoul Sunday after
several days visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ward.
Peter Saudoz of Sheridan county
and Miss Elsie Raymond of Alliance
were married at the Hila Grand last
evening, Rev C. W. Ray officiating.
The Sheiidan Post says that Gen
eral Superintendent Rhodes and Sup
erintendent of Motive Power R. D.
Smith spent Tuesday in that city on
Miss Florence Rigdon who has spent
the last year with her sister Mis. Rob
inson and attended school left Wed
nesday for her home in Oregon. Miss
Vina Perry accompanied her as far as
Mr. and Mis. Alex. M airhead left
for Hemingford Wednesday at which
place Mr. Muithead takes a position in
the flour mills. He has not fully de
cided as to whether he will move there
W. A. Johns and family are expect
ed to arrive tomorrow from Newtown,
Mo., and will become uermanent resi
dents of Alliance, having secured the
C. H. McKinney ranch southwest of
this citv. Mr. Johns is a brother-in-law
of C. C. and W. S. Coker.
Master Lyle 1 ferry, son of Judge
Herry icached his uth birthday last
Monday and to commemorate thee
event. Mrs. Uerrv invited a number of
Lylc's comrades in tn nmkn mmw
) The guests were ticated to something
1 out of the ordinary in the Why of custom
and decorations. On being invited into
the dining room to partake of a fine re
past, the lads were surprised to find
everything decorated in the stylo of the
Japanese. Lanterns of beautiful ori
ental design cast varied-color rays of
light over the room which was embel
lished with the fantastical designs of
the gritty little mikado. Hut the
climax was reached when the bova
were invited to seat themselves on the
carpet and partake of delicacies after
the fashion of the little yellow peril
who is at present giving the Russian
such a merry chase near Port Arthur.
Lvle and his guests were not slow in
realizing the ruse played on them and
added to the mirth of the occasion by
indulging in the sweets in true Japanese
style. It will bo many years before
the lads forget their visit to the land of
the far cast and the genial time spent
with their comrade, Lyle Berry.
The display of holiday goods this
season is ahead of anything ever at
tempted by Alliance merchants and
the display windows are original and
exipiisiielj beautiful in design. The
two windows at Rumor's are in the
height of the trimmer's art. One
scene is that of the sea shoie including
light housemd boat, as natural as the
original 'This display of green and
white goods brings out nature's land
scape and water scene, displaying
goods to the best advantage. In the
adjoining window is a winter scene,
which is also attractive. All along the
principal business blocks the same fine
displays are in evidence lor the holiday
Woid has been received here to the
effect that Rev. J. M. McConnell, who
is to become pastor of the United
Piesbyterian church here, has shipped
his household from Zwingle, Iowa, in
care of his son, and that himself and
family will arrive in time to conduct
preaching services on Sabbath morning
at 11 a. m., to which the public is
Miss Anna Wills arrived Irom Den
ver yesterday. She will visit relatives
and friends a few weeks and make
proof on her homestead before return
ing. Miss Wills says that Miss
Mayme O'Donncll has a splendid po
sition as stenographer with a large
'.mercantile house in that city.
The opening oxeicises of the M. E.
Sunday school Inst Sunday morning
were made doubly interesting by the
assistance of the Alliance High School
orchestra, composed of voung people,
Mrs R. T. Watson entertained a
few friends at tea last Friday evening
in honor of Mr. Albert Hillebrand of
Chicago who was visiting among rela
tives. Mr. Hillebrand was attending
to land matteis before the U. S. land
Miss Duflicld of Lincoln has been
engaged by Miller Bros., in the new
china store opened by this firm. She
is an adept in the handling of this
class of goods, having had continued
experience in the china department of
Herpolshiiuer of the capital city.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Vount increased
the male population of Alliance last
Friday by the birth of a son. Santa
Clans will have to add an additional
gift for the now arrival, for the good
old saint of the little ones rarely over
looks any of the children whom he
loves so dearly.
An incipient tiie, the result of live
coal in a pile of ashes Jumped in the
rear of the Fletcher building came
near being the cause of serious results
last Saturday, hut for the prompt
action of George Darling, who acted
the part of a fireman and sipiclchcd
J. 13. Kennedy took a little jaunt
along the high line last Saturday and
Sunday, teturning Monday morning.
He visited at Dead wood during his
trip. The hills are covered with snow
which fell recently, and the scenery of
the mountain country is now in its
original and unit
stands there in
with presents of
the little one,
and rosy cheeks
ster passing by.
Clans decoration in
window is indeed an
pie alfair. Old Santa
life sie loaded down
every description for
His happy expression
attracts every young
It is a fine idea.
John Reardon went down t Denver
last week, returning Monday morning.
As was to be expected, the genial
"Jack" had a find a fine time of it in
the city and says he enjoyed his visit
immensely. Some of the boys malic
iouslystarled the rumor that "Jack'Miad
deserted the freedom of hachelordom
while in Denyer, but this is not true.
He is too cunning a fox to he caught
by the bright-eyed damsels of our
You know very well that
nothing would please HER
more than a nice FUR.
We have a fine assortment.
The Horace Bop Store
A howling team consisting of Messrs.
Geo. Brown, Bacon, Richstein, Ridgcll
and Dr. Bowman, expect to go to Den
vcr some day next week to roll against
against the leaguers, Rovers and Over-
lands. The Allianenitna rn.it im Hint
they are going in airnmst luV ,mm
hut they will not be vancpiished ofi that
account. 1 ne Alliance team expects to
stop off at Stcrlimr and emiinst niiilnt
the cracked bowlers of that place.
The .veather man has linen irvin
his best to send us a snow storm, but
evidently his machine. HU-n (In. ., !.,, ,
gasoline, is out of whack. Once or
twice (lining tile past week he succeed
in scattering a few flnkn .. i,
country, ijut hardly enough to track a
laomi. jiowever, lie lias been more
successful to the east and west of us.
From Hemimrford and nUw.r ,,.; ia
come reports of considerable descent
of the beautiful, while in the states
adjoining us to the east there has been
ncavy miiB 01 snow.
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The 1 Iome of
T rir Tin Tz-it--
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vith viscolized soles, water proof.
You need no overshoes with these.
SEE THEM I
EXTRA VALUES !
Men's Split Buckskin
A FINE LINE OF
New Goods, Double-breasted
&-& Don't forget that you can
JRWbuy a very decent SUIT
We have no old, shop-worn goods
in our store. We manaire to dis
pose of all we buy each season. Old
goods are dear at any price. We al
ways show the newest goods in our
HiITJi ifftnui r m.jyT.TiMunw.-m
You know Douglas was elected gov
ernor of Massachusetts. You can be
in his shoes for 'i 50
sold at $18.00, for the low price of
ITHOUT EXCEPTION this is the greatest Clothing- Event of the year.
Cheviots, Vicunas, Thibets and Clays. Suits that
word of it. We offer von your free choice of all the new weaves including Worsteds,
bilk Mixed Worsteds, Cassimeres,
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. No such values have
ever been offered von 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
you look and try them on.
Buy Him a Suit or an Overcoat for His Present !
We have just received 39 sample Overcoats, 52-inch automobile belt coats from David, Alder
& Sons way below the price, and we offer $17.00, $18.00 and $20.00 values. If 1 QQ
you need a coat, you can't afford to miss this, it will save you dollars, at tfi A tlit
You 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 clothing tent, which is
of course. ONE PRICE
Two Doors North of Postoffice.
REMEMBER, ONLY 19 DAYS
UNTIL WE GIVE AWAY THAT
. Get your tickets
f f IN wi,h each tlollar
S J I purchase; keep
f'tfil BM 1 them unt" )ou
vj J 1iLJ y know who is en
titled to the gold
In Holiday Boxes
While they last, one
pair to customer.
20 BOYS' OVERCOATS
Made of Union Cassimcre
Forio days onl
ONE LOT OF 50c
4 - in - hands
ViT SPECIAL, I9C
Men's Heavy, Fleece-lined
Regular 65c value Chy
now only t5 JS
OICKAT STITF For 10 l).i Only
mike an ideal -Mas
Gift. Genuine leather
lit,ht and dark colors
$5, $6 and $7
jrinely much ami IliiMicd
81 Bur collar, blanket
P5 littnrl nnlii
Just in - another
case of HOYS'
This is the third case
very nne line rang-
illL' in nrici' I'liim
l.50 to 7.50
Just reccHcil tlicui
AKMV and NAVY
I Excellent Values.
Men's good working
Puritan calf, seam
', : 1
Something New in
O VERCLOTH ES
i-Sf See those new Union
Suits, jackets and pants
all in one.
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