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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1905)
These are no baits. You can buy as many or as few as
you like. I simply think it good business to sell goods on
a slim profit
HTo Buy More Business
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ff " Sze 5 by 12. for .
$$$$$ Turkey Red Table Covers
Turkey Red, 10-inch border
Damask: Remnant Sale
Turkey Red and Indigo Blue Table Cloths
from 2 to 5 yards in piece, at
Better and Cheaper Laces and
The best values ever shown. A very good Per
cale Wrapper in black, blue and red figure, f E
trimmed collar and yoke with full flounce.. C
Another New Line of Wash Goods Just Received
v consisting of fine Ginghams, Percales, Lawns, Wash Voiles, India
Linen?, Shirt Waist Suit Materials. Everything new and up to1
date. I invite you to call and see them. ,
Flour i Feed.
16 Our Leader. Try It
vi:st biui: MAIN
:: Undertaking and . .
:: Embalming Company
Calls sriswercd promptly day or night.
HIN DRY GOODS
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Vtr"&CU LtlMiVIl I HUIC -lUL US
Fine Mwalityi pure linen, with fancy
s&S&fc: Sze 8 bv 70, for
A Beautiful Line at Popular Prices
LADIES" SHIRTS and VAISTS
Fine White Linen Shirt Waists in neat O ?C o-irh H Efh
figures and plain Oft 10 LOU
Ladies' Mohair Brilliantine Waists, in
colors, at .
Ladies' fine Swiss Embroidered
w?-Lacwimmed 1 00 tn ?
White Waists JL - V J
J. ROWAN .
FLOUR, FEED, '
HAY and G-RAIN
WIIOLUSAM! AND NKTAII.
Seed Wheat, Spring Rye
'Phone No. 71. Residence, No. 93.
For Sale: Bakery and confection
cry in good Colorado town; 6000 peo
pie. Steam heat and light. Two
wagons. Sales last year $14,256.32:
price Si, 800.00. For full particulars
call at Tin:. Hit K.u.i) office, G-tf.
Do you like
Oriental Pan Cake Flour
will suit you
Oriental Coffee &- Tea Co.
JCHN A. HUNZIChEU, Agt.
Call at Davidson's Feed store. Orders
JAMES KEELEK, . Proprietor.
Pcrcheon Stallion for Sale.
,1 have a 4 year old Percheon stalliou
dark gray almost black, that will be
sold cheap before Apiil ist. He is
broke to work. If you need a good
horse come and see him ac my lancli 7
miles southwest of Alliance.
For Sale: Houso and two lots, two
blocks east of First National bank.
Enquire at the house or saloon' W.
N. Corneal. e-tf
i'm ill I. I'lorou l fully luiilmt-Ui'il to so-it-
it -itsrrltillont ind Jui work find collect
ml r rip! for nnt, unit imiwi't all ntlior
bus , ss In ootinpctlou with lilt imtUltfti hhhu
11 ! rtuiuti rvptTwntiiilM' i'f thU 1 m per. J
1 I'nu t forget the school ontertainment.
I Mrs Hamilton Hall lias bem quits sick.
It L I'atinar was in Hemingford Tuw
da W ildy s is the onl plac. for ,1 find unit
Mis Delia Itad was up from Alliance
1 f nee potr at oost, to close out. At
II U. Groan's, ' 13-4
A J Dunlin Is the father of a girl,
born hist weak.
A 1). Minor was up from Alllnncu tho
first of tho week.
Tom l'ringlc came down from the hills
the lirst of the week.
Grove atid Byron Foskott came up from
their ranch Tuesday.
An I. O. O. V. lodge will be instituted
here in April or early May.
Alwajs sceWildy, if you want to see
your Inst. girl, for 11 spring suit. 14-tf
. Potatoes are away off In price. They
aro now paing 18 cents for thorn.
Ira Heed has been summoning jurors in
this part of the county this week.
Will Mounts and wife were up from
Alliance Tuesday and Wednesday.
Theodore Johnson has been marketing
his last year's grain crop this week.
5 per cent paid on interest certificates.
I'irst State Dank, Ilcmlngford, Nebr.
C has bislcy, from near Alliance, was
up from his farm with grain Tuesday.
Mrs Grant nnd Garnuy moved out to
their new homesteads the fir3t of the week.
It looks now as though the potatoc acre
age around here would be quadrupled this
A photographer is sojourning here a few
(lavs He seems to be doing quite a Hour
Otto Strcator, an engineer from Chnd
ron and an intimate friend of Frank Olds,
was down to see Frank married.
Insure your stock now against fire and
lightning, $1 80 per (100.00 for, five
years. Covers increase and all, actual
value. K L. Pierce, agent.
Wildy's spring clothing flag is out, the
style, quality and price makes the fellow
feel dubious, who paid for a shoddy bank
rupt or second hand suit. 14-tf
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hedgecock aro visit
ing his parents southeast of Ilcmlngford
for a few days, also Mrs. Jay Nelhery,
who with her husband have returned from
Great Bnttian, is at home visiting.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Congre
gational church will give a social at the
residence of G. A, Kowland on Friday eve
ning April j, 1905. Everyone invited.
Drafts under $5. 3 cents, under $15, 5
cents, $15. to $100. 10 cents. Cheapest,
safest, best way to remit money. Get a
bank money order. First State Bank,
The safest, best, cheapest way to send
money away is by bank draft (moDey
order) New York drafts always wanted by
all mail order houses. First State Bank,
Mrs. Htkner gave a reception in honor
of Miss Almcda Koskct on Thursday last.
An elegant luncheon was served, the tables
being tastefully decorated. Fifteen ladies
were present and a pleasant afternoon
At noon on Wednesday, March 22, 1905,
Frank E. Olds and Almeda M. Foskett
were married at the residence of the bride's
parents in this city. The ceremony was
performed by Kev. Chas. Burleigh in the
presence of telatives and a few friends
The beautiful ring ceremony of the M. b.
church was used. Miss Oorgan, of Chad
ron, played the wedding march. After
the marriage ceremony an elaborate din
ner was served. Frank E. Olds the
groom, is well known here, having grown
up in our midst He woiked here for sev
eral years, but is now employed in Chad-
ron in the train service. He has a host ot
friends here and in Chadron. The bride
is the beautiful and accomplished daugh
ter of Wm Fosket -and also claims Box
Butte county for her home. 'All tho world
they say loves a lover i.nd each of this
happy young couples' many friends trust
and hope that their matrimonial bark, so
auspiciously launched may sail safelv
through all the coming time. Mr. and
Mrs. Olds expect to make their home in
Chadron after May first.
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Margaret
Settles arrived from Missouri, and was
met at the station by John Richmond
of Hemingford. By common consent
they proceeded at once to the office of
County Judge Spacht and procured a
marriage license. The wedding was
to have been deferred for a week be
cause the groom was clad in overalls,
but the matter of fact woman 3aid
"clothes do not make the man" and
the ceremony was performed at once.
The witnesses were a handsome boy
and girl, children of tho bride. The
luppy quartette immediately started
for their ranch home northeast of
Farm Tor Sale.
The northwest quarter of section 19
township 27 range 49, joining corporate
limits of Hemingford, Nebr. Seventy
acres under cultivation, 10 acres ash tim
ber, best well in county. Irrigation
reservoir stocked with fish. Good invest
ment throughout Will be sold cheap for
cash. V.. li. Olds,
13-tf Hemingford, Nebr
We have for sale on terms to suit pur
chaser the iQiiowing second hand tmple
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 flow.
One disc harrow.
Also one three disc rotary Dutchman
gang and one two-disc rotary dutchman.
Clark Olds & Co.
13-tf Heming(ord, Nebr.
Repairing in all its
A. 0 Barries,
Jeweler and Optician.
HAVE YOU SEEN BILL ? ftlVWrM
DOi5i?.siiSi,i!kWv T:o",N7sr:B:E:K:Ei3,3r n
Steel-Tooth Hat row a ,
Disc Ilnrrows .
Disc Seeder Attachments
Potato Cutters nnd Plantcts
Call and See them. Fanning Mills
F. J. Brennan & Co....
Paints, Oils and Wall Paper
?TCS&TVvAto(v.3 Ca?vV$Wyi ComowfvAcvV.
Why Suffer with
Holsten's Headache Tablets
They aro safe nnd sttro nnd IcaVo no bad after effects.
RE. Holsten's Drug and Jewelry Store
NKLSON XfJL, I0XOI1 3S It
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT
REPRESENTS THE FOLLOW1NQ INOUflANCE COMPANIES.
Hartford Tiro Itisiirunco Oomp.my,
North AtnPrlcttnof riilU(lnlilila,
I'lioeulx of lllooklyn. Now York.
Continental of New York Otly,
NluK'um Urn Iusuraneo Company.
New York Underwriters, Jovr York.
Commercial Union Assurunco Co , Loudon
Dray and Transfer Line.
Palace Livery Barn
S. H. DESOII, Prop.
om: wlock wist OF Good turnouts, strict attention to our business,
Tin: Ni: ziiindkn , an,i courteous treatment to all has won for us the
utll.MNG. 'Phone. excellent patronage wo enjoy. Try us.
Why! Bless my Soul!
Ifs White House Coffee.
. Hail orders promptly
Nothing is more 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 irrthe line of tiulldlna Material.
CALL AND SEE US
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Forest Lumber Co.
For that small repairing- we
have the fixings, Boards for
sidewalk haying", fencing and
the like, can be had from us
at reasonable price.
Lumber and Coal Co.
Also agents for Neb Cen. B.d.
& Loan Asso. ' I hone 22.
Liverpool. London nnd (JIoImj Jnw. Co.
Ueruiitii Amorlcaii Jus. Co., New York.
I' armors and IJercJmiiuUus.ro , Lincoln,
Columbia iviro Insurance Company.
I'hounlx Ins. Co., H.irtford, Conn.
Office L p-StuirM letchcr Itlr ck.
WHEN VOU GO TO LEAVE TOWN, don't worry
about what to do with your Household Goods.
S. A. Miller will take charge of them; store thera
3jg in a nice, dry and cool plate and pack and ship
w,w them wherever desired. Charges reasonable.
The only spring dray line in the city
S. A. Miller.
The largest Dealer In the U. S.
AM am sole agent for this high grade
Coffee 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.
XV est of Alliance National Bank.
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