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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1905)
NEW SIRRING GOODS
AISD PRICES ON THEM TO SHOW
THAT IT WILL SURELY PAY YOU TO
DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, &C.
COMPLETE LINE OF NEW WASH GOODS
New Ginghams for children's jC
dress and aprons at "2
Madris Finish Ginghams. . . .
36-inch Red Seal Ging- sy 1 n
New Dress Percales.
New Figured Sateens.
Sheer India Linens for.
UsooLand.Nan" 10 to 25c
Victoria Taffeta, the new goods
for Shirt Waists and f Q -,
Suits, at lOV'
Toile Voile, a Beautiful Silk '"JOz-r
Finish Goods aVSiKS, VC
Pongee Japan, a Neat Figured
Goods for Kimonas and s-ytZsv
Gowns, at -v
Silk Finish Dot Swiss.
Curtains and Bed Room Swiss
10 to 35c
Bigger and Better Line of Muslin Underwear
r fWw A
AT IKICr.S THAT SAVE AND TI1K GOODS THAT SUM.
A good cambric, neatly trimmed Corset Cover for 25C
A fine muslin, high, suarc-ncck Corset Cover for 3SC
A fine cambric lace and insertion trimmed Corset Cover. . . . 50 tO 75C
Ladies' open Muslin Drawers, trimmed very neat, from.. ..25C tO $1
Ladies' plain white Muslin Skirts and Trimmed Skirts.. 50 tO $3.50
Ladies' Nightgowns, a beautiful line, running from 50 tO $4
gNevv Lace and Tap3stra Curtains
CAM. AMI SKi: Til KM !
Elkskin Shoe for working boys and men; you
can take it straight from me that you will
wait a long time before you will find qrrs
anything nearly as good for the coin tHpj.sCJ
Boys' Hardknock Shoes. Boys will be fia
boys, and this is the shoe vIp "
The Regent Shoe for men; try a pair for a neat
dress shoe, made of Vici Kid, Patent Calf, Box
Calf, made by skilled workmen, $2.50 to $4.00.
sold close to
I II lllll IMIIWIK IMMUMIMWlWIIHlMiW
NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY
TO BE SOLD CLOSE TO GET YOUR TRADE
Flour i Feed.
Is Our Leader. Try It
WKST SIDK MAIN
If m. James,
:: Undertaking and . .
:: Embalming Company
Calls snswered promptly day or night.
HAY and GRAIN
WII0LK8AI.K A.NII KKTAII,
Seed Wheat, Spring Rye
'Phone No. 71. Residence, No. 93.
For Sale: Bakery ajid confection
ery in good Colorado town; 6000 peo
ple. Steam heat and light. Two
wagons. Sales last year $14,256.32:
.price $1,800.00. For full particulars
call at Tufi Hkkald office. G-tf.
W. M. FOSKETT
Will Cry Sales in This and
Adjoining Counties. . . .
On COMMISSION, or
BY THE DAY.
K3T Satisfaction guaranteed. If
you want to buy or seil rancii prop
erty, list it with me
, Until I I'litvn is fully authorized to -licit
Miiim rli.tloiit. ntul Jwb work nud rullvct
Ivid ro. ipt fur name, nml tnuiwiei Hit alitor
jusiih s-. in i-onmvlloil with lilt position iimtu
iuvnu tcii riirixi(iitHttviiuf tlili mut
! !-. L 1 prett went to Alliance Tuelay
I V Lorkwood was in town Wednes
day. I Mrs. K L. PiarCe was uillo sick FriJ
Lou Hood was up from Canton Wed
nesday. lvnimett Johnson was in Hemingford
H H, Gceu was an Alliance visit
Revival meetings are still in progress at
the Methodist church.
Frank Nagolschneider has entered the
employ of A. II. Pierce.
Jas. Barry has 1-ascd his farm to M. II.
Goodenough for this year.
5 per cent paid on interest certificates.
First State Bank, Hemingford, Nebr.
Miss Annie Nerdness and Hans Hansen
will be married Thursday of this week.
Charley Bushncll returned from Alliance
Saturday and has gone to clerking for his
Mrs. B. E. Johnson has spent the last
three weeks with her mother, Mrs. Mc
Candlcss. D, J. O'Kcefe has rented his 200 acre
farm north of the It. K. track to II. F.
Mrs. Ward came up from Alllanco Tues
day to assist in caring for her mother,
Mrs. McCandless who Is quite sick.
Mrs. Elmer Rowland came home from
her extended visit with friends and rel
atives at her old homo iu Iowa, Sunday.
Gasoline motors for bicycles are coming
into use rapidly, and a number will be
ordered by bicycle riders here this spring.
The village election will take place
early in April. Three trustees will be
elected for two years and two for one year.
Mrs Rustin missed 4G Thursday and
42 Friday morning and as a result, had to
stay here on Friday oue of her office
Insure your stock now against fire nnd
lightning. $t 80 per $100.00 for five
years. Covers increase and all, actual
value. K. L. Pierce, agent.
Omer Rowland and wife have contract
ed to work for H. L. Bushnell this sum
mer on the Elmore farm where Mr. Bush
nell will plant 300 acres of potatoes,
W A. Spice, a farmer from Iowa, who
located a claim under the Kinkaid law in
the Furman neighborhood, arrived from
Iowa the last of the week, and will tako
up his residence on the new ranch at
Drafts under $5. 3 cents; under $15, 5
cents, $15. to $100. io cents. Cheapest,
safest, best way to remit money. Get a
bank money order. First Stato Bank,
The safest, best, cheapest way to send
money away is by bank draft (money
order) New York drafts always Wanted by
all mail order houses. First .State Bank,
A dipping association has been formed
by the ranchmen south of town, A mod
ern tank and the other requisites will be
secured and their dipping utensils will bo
kept on the Barney Shepherd ranch.
Miss Jennie Walker was out the first of
the week with a gathering in her head, but
w as able to be at school today.
Examinations are in order. Some of
the eighth grade pupils have received sev
eral sets of teachers' and county examina
tion questions and are "cramming" for the
final ordeal. I wonder why'
Be on hand March 24th at 8 p. m. pre
pared for a good laugh. The High school
will play "Hans Von Smash," a comical
Dutch play of two acts and ''No cure, no
pay." Something too silly and funny to be
described. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
Proceeds to go to our School Library,
Rnnm nf tli IipqI tnlftnl In rlinnl i In nnr
scheme to swell the Library fund and you
will get the worth of your money. Come.
Do you like
Oriental Pan Cake Flour
will suit you
Oriental Coffee & Tea Co.
JOHN A. IIUNZICKER, Agt.
Call at Davidson's Feed store. Orders
Phone 448 Alliance, Nebraska
For Sale: House and two lots, two
blocks east of First National bank.
Enquire at the house or saloon V.
N. Corneal. c-tf
Torm Tor Sale.
The northwest quarter of section in
tounship 27 range 49, joining corporate
limits of Hemingford, Nebr. Seventy
acres under cultivation, :o acres ash tim
ber, best well in county. Irrigation
reservoir stocked with fish. Good invest
ment throughout. Will be sold cheap for
cash, E. E. Olds,
13-tf Hemingford, Nebr.
Fence postr at cost, to close out. At
H. K. Green's. 13-4
A Big Deal.
I have bought at bankrupt sale a
stock of men's fine clothing. I will
offer same to the Hemingford people in
the I'ostoflice room at less than the
cost of the raw material. Sec my
advertisements. Sale begins Satur
day March 18. J. B. Mii.li:k. 13-1.
We have for sale on terms to suit pur
chaser the following second hand imple
ments; One three-disc gang plow.
One combined lister and drill.
One two-row listed corn cultivator.
One broad cast seeder.
One Barlow corn planter with sod at
tachments. One Carsady sulky plow.
One disc harrow.
Also one three disc rotary Dutchman
gang and one two-disc rotary dutchman.
Clark Olds & Co.
13-tf Hemingford, Nebr.
A BIG DEAL.
JZ) 'iimn5 Watches,
. . Souvenirs
Repairing in all its . Hail orders promptly
Brandies. ww "" attended to. 9
A. O. Barnes,
Jeweler and Optician.
HAVE YOU SEEIS BILL ? W&&&
Disc Seeder Attachments
Potato Cutters and Planters
Call and See them. Fanning Mills
F. J. Brennan & Co....
Paints, Oils and Wall Paper
Nothing is moro interesting than the
manufacture of high grade lumber. We
buy only of the best manufacturers and
hence can assure you the best of every
thing in the line of UuUdlna Material.
CALL AND S1JK US
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Forest Lumber Co.
Why Suffer with
Holsten's Headache Tablets
They are safe and sure and leave, no bad after effects.
F. E. Holsten's Drug and Jewelry Store
For that small repairing we
have the fixings, Boards for
sidewalk laying, fencing and
the like, can be had from us
at reasonable price.
Lumber and Coal Co.
Also agents for Neb Cent. Bid
& Loan Asso. ' I'houe 32.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT
REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWING. INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Hurt ford I'lro Insuraiico Comniiny.
Noitli American of I'hllauVliilnu.
Plioenlx of Ulooklyn. New York.
Continental of Now VorkOlty, Columbia Flro Insurance Company,
i.iiiM.iii, 1 mi juiuruiiv-u iiiupnuy. i-iii!iiuuiimi;i unuurwnicrij.
New ork Underwriters, New York. J'lioeulx Iss Co., llurtford, Conn.
Commercial Union Assurance Co., -London I Office L'p-Stairs.FIctclicr lllock.
I Liverpool. London and (Jlobe Ins. Co.
German American Ins. Co., Now York.
Karuiurs and Merchants Ins. Co., Lincoln.
Dray and Transfer Line.
HEN YOU GO TO LEAVE TOWN, don't worry
about what to do with your Household Goodst
S. A. Miller will take charge of them; store thea
in a nice, dry and coq! place and pack and ship
tliem wherever desired. Charges reasonable.
The only spring dray line in the city,
S. A. miller.
IS 3, X XI.
8. II. D12.SOII, Prop.
ONK JII.OCK WKST OIJ flnr1 turnmits. etrirr nffpnlinn fn nnr hiisinpsa.
and courteous treatment to all has won for us the
excellent patronaue wo enjoy. Trv us.
TUT. NT.W ZHINDKN
I have bought at bankrupt
sale a stock of Men's fine
clothing. I will offer same to
the Hemingford people in the
Postoffice room at less than
the cost of the raw material.
See my advertisements. Sale
begins Saturday March 18.
J. 15. Miller.
The largest Dealer In the U, S.
AM am sole agent for this high grade
CoHee and recommend its use. I am
not going to make a display of cheap bar
gains as it takes cheap goods for cheap
premiums. Come to the store, I have
the best goods that money can buy and
these will be my bargains to my customers.
For your patronage I thank you.
Why! Bless my Soul!
Ifs White House Coffee.
W est of Alliance National Bank.
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