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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1905)
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On March 10th this establisment was three years young. We use the word young advisedly, as we are not old and neither
is our stock in trade, or our methods, of doing business. Since our arrival in Alliance our supremacy in the lines that we sell has
never "been questioned. Especially is this true of Clothing for Men and Boys. We have clinched our superiority this season by
adding the best made ready-to-wear clothing to our line, and that is, the justly celebrated, HART SCHAFFNER & MARX make.
New goods arriving dailyNew Clothing, New Hats, New Shirts, New Ties, New Trousers, New Furnishings, New Fancy Vests.
Q-RAY is the color this season in Men's Suits, Gray Worsteds, Gray Corkscrews, Gray Cheviots, GrayCassimeres; We have them
Besides being agents for the Sterling
and Adler lines of fine clothing. We
have been appointed selling agents for
the world's Great Clothiers, HART
SCHAFFNER & MARX.
Our snritur line of suits is the finest and
largest ever shown in this section. We sol
icit your inspection. These goods are not
sold to grocery stores nor dry goods houses.
The Hat Question
is of vital importance to good dressers.
We are sole selling agents for AMERI
The H awes $3 Hat
was awarded highest prize at St. Louis.
The Tiger Si at
we warrant for one vear. Best soft
hat on earth
The Champion is the best at $2.50
All the new shapes now in. See them.
$3.50 EXTRA SPECIAL $3.50
Five dozen JOHN B. STETSON'S novelties in Pearl, Maple,
Tan, Brown and Black. Ten days at $Q,50
A Little Light on
We are selling agents for the world
which we sell at factory prices less the 25c
it would cost you if you sent a mail order.
Whv buy shoes of questionable merit when
you'can buy THE DOUGLAS SHOE, all
1 styles, all leathers at
ECONOMICALLY INCLINED BUYERS
For 10 days Our $1.25
Earlington Shirts, Q ?H
new patterns, for.- -'' I
150 dozen Black and Tan
Men's Fine Sox O ESfl
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162 pairs Pants, $1.75,
$1.85 and $2. jj qjO
values at HP -&
BOYS' KNEE PANTS
Corduroys, union made
$2.00 kind $Lt ZCk
A WHITE SHIRT
worth 75c lO1
now . .
500 heavy, well-made Work
Shirts, 50c kind for O O"
50 cent line of Men's
Ties, all new. . . .
Look like silk, wear better, Mul Skin Gloves, Q
sent us bv mistake. mA tough double palm A - j
$1.25 values at. . . . e yti pair to customer
Buy our Boys' Shoe, Great
Can't bTbeat $150
250 Men's Bow Ties, Regu
lar 25c goods, to
clean up at 3 for .
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When you buy candy
buv the best.
We have the exclus
ive agency. Every
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The Spring' Season
So are We
With Special Prices
on provisions of all
kinds. Call in and
see us before buying.
'Phone fo. 4.
For a Full
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fSeo us before you contract Tff
for spring housccleaning. V)
L. E. COOK
f Painter for the I'coplo
Al-UACK - - - NiaiAUSKA
F. M. WALLACE
Moving Household Furniture
and Trunks a specialty . .
Phone No, 1 Young's grocery, Alliance
3 Best Co Tecs,
3 tat Teas,
That Can't be Beat
4 CALL ON.
A. D. RODGERS.
JAMES KEELER, . Proprietor. .
Carl Tollman received a new potato
planter on Monday.
Charles Evans is shipping nine cars of
potatoos from tins place.
Will Nicholson, of Whistle creek was
down Saturday after corn,
Miss Lyon of Belmont was an over Sun
day visitor with Miss Ream.
A number o parsons are in Crawford
this week attending laud contests.
A son arrived at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Squibb on the 7th inst.
Mrs. Barnerover is erecting a new
windmill on her homestead west of town.
Mrs I. M. Tollman lnft on Mnnd.lv for
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Chadron to visit with relatives for a time.
The material has arrived for track lay
ing at Nye and the work will soon be in
Mr. and Mrs. Ulster Miller and two
cl-ildren are dosvn from Casper for a visit
at Men Miller's.
A ister and brother of Mrs. Bert Halli
baugh, whose name we did not learn spent
last week visiting in this place.
Mrs. Collins, .of Crawford returned
home Saturday, having spent a week with
her daughter, Mrs, A. P. Kendric.
The work of painting the Presbytorian
church is now being completed, the cold
weather having delayed it for some time.
Griffith Joralemon is having the interior
of his house opposite the depot treated to
a coat of paint. The rooms will be occu
pied by Mrs lladley and Miss Kcam.
Messrs. Beetham and Wolf, both of
Omaha were in this place looking for feed
steers, but bought nont. Mr. Beeham is
brana inspector at the So. Omaha stock
A. E. Fisher, a former Marsland teacher,
but who is taking a course at Bellvue col
lege will graduate June 10th and receive
the degree of A. B. with a teachers life
Miss Mary Mickey dismissed school two
days last week so that she could attend
the Longford-Moravic wedding on Tues
day, About seventy guests attended the
dance which was given in the evening.
Mrs. Smith TrusMfl received the sad
intelligence on Enday last that her mother
Mrs. Baursachs Vud died of pneumonia.
She was formerly a resident of this vicin
ity, but the family are now living in
The pumping outfit has been moved in
to the new building and the work of
pumping has again been added to the
agents work. This will no doubt last but
a short time as it is a well known fact that
no one man can do both jobs.
E. A. Kendric, the newly elected county
commissioner believes in beginning work
near home, and has had a resurvey of the
lane leading into town from the east.
This is usually known as "Dog leg lane,"
and is in all kinds of shapes. Several
surveys have been made, but none seem
to be satisfactory.
Mrs. Thompson arrived at her destina
tion in Iowa, safely, so she writes friends
Is there another sunspot? If ho it must
be a buster. We've not seen old Sol for
The carpenter work on the new Tully
home is all completed and painting is to
be completed today.
Chas. Brown drove to Alliance last
Thursday for the purpose of making final
proof on his claim, which he did Friday,
An Alliance representative of the Em
pire Cream Separator Co., was rustling
business in and about Lakeside the front
end of this week.
Fred McLain and E. Kindred from
five miles northwest and a Mr. Mavis from
about sixteen miles south of here, bought
tickets for Alliance on 41 today.
R A. Cook boarded 41 for Alliance
last Friday as a witness for Chas. Brown
in his final proof, and incidentally to visit
his better $ who resides at that place dur
ing school months. Mr. Cook returned on
Ezra M. Harris and wife went to Alli
ance on 4 1 Friday in the interest of the
Chas. Brown final proof. Mr. Harris re
turned Saturday. Mrs. Harris visited
with friends over the Sabbath, returning
to Lakeside this morning. t
Small boys see things with inquisitive
eyes. Pastor Lyons, whose face is beard
ed, met a thorough representative boy not
long since, on one of nis visits who, after
looking him in the face for a few moments
stepped a little closer and said: "Sa
mister, where is your face."
Rev. Lyons made his regular bi-weekly
trip to Lucll.i last Saturday p. m. He
reports la grippe as making grave inroads
upon the health of some families at that
point, and in one instance in a family of
five the hired girl was the only one able
to answer the call of the phone Sunday
morning. Dr. Wilson of Rushvillo is
After only a week of -special effort in
the interest of the Lakeside church, Rev.
Geo. D. Egner was compelled to return to
his charge in Crawford. The nature and
spirit of the work however, is buch as to
warrant the pastor to continue what has
been begun and it is understood Rev.
Lyons will run the meetings singlehanded
for an indefinite period.
At the Opera House, Monday eve
ning March 27, E. J. Carpenter's com
pany will appear in "The Little Out
cast." A drama of intense interest.
Better get your seats in advance if you
hoe to get in.
We had some more snow, did you?
ours is nearly all gone.
The hen that lays
Is the hen that pays
And here you have them. They lay
more eggs than the Leghorn, and being
Buff in color, they are not a prey for
hawks. Come and see them and be
Eggs $1.50 per 15, $2.50 per 30.
L. A. SUPRISE, Alliance, Neb,
The Horace Bop Store
HARCH 20th to 25th
UN EN SALE!
We will hold a special sale of TABLE
LINENS and TOWELINGS all next
By an advantageous purchase we are
able to offer
worth 35c, for
61 -INCH TABLE
warranted All Linen
A Fine Large
75c LINEN TOWEL
These are' our BIG "4" LEADERS.
There will be special prices on FINE
LINENS for the table and for
Linen Shirt Waist
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