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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1905)
GOOD CLOTHES !
On March lOtli 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 SOHAFFNER & MARX make.
New goods arriving daily New Clothing, New Hats, New Shirts, New Ties, New Trousers, New Furnishings, New Fancy Vests.
G-RAY is the color this season in Men's Suits, G-ray Worsteds, G-ray 'Corkscrews, Gray Cheviots, G-rayCassimeres; We have them
Besides being- agents for the Sterling
smd Adler lines of fine clothing. We
have bech appointed selling- agents for
the world's Great Clothiers, HART
SCHAFFNER & MARX.
Our spring 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 Hawes $3 Hat
was awarded highest prize at St. Louis.
The Tiger Hat
we warrant for one vear. Best soft
.baton -earth $00
A Little Light on
The Champion is the best at $2.50
All the new shapes now in. See them.
$3.50 EXTRA SPECIAL $3.50
Five iloeu JOHN B. STETSON'S noveltu-s in Pearl, Maple,
Tan, Brown nnd Black. Ten days at fepC3.oO
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.
Why buy shoes of questionable merit when
you can buy THE DOUGLAS SHOE, all
styles, all leathers at
SOFT SNAPS FOR ECONOMICALLY INCLINED BUYERS
For 10 days Our $1.25
iarlington Shirts, fiT-'
lew patterns, for. -JL
50 dozen Black and Tan
Men's Fine Sok OS?-1
1 nnirs inr jt&xjKs
7 I -
162 pairs Pants, $1.75,
$1.85 and $2.$ I JO
values at HP a -
BOYS' KNEE PANTS
Corduroys, union made
S2.00 kind fiC n &Zd
500 heavy, well-made Work
Shirts, 50c kind for 0 fl
A WHITE SHIRT
Look like silk, wear better,
50 cent line of Men's
Ties, all new, . . .
Mule Skin Gloves,
sent us bv mistake, 7A touSh double palm
si. as values at. . . . JM1 Pair to customer.
250 Men's Bow Ties, Regu
lar 25c- goods, to
clean up at 3 for. .
Buy our Boys' Shoe, Great
Western 1 Ef S
Can't be beat &I.5U
THE ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE
Sole Agents for CARHARTT'S Union-Made Overclothes.
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YOU WANT A SUIT LIKE
OUR SPRING SUITS ARE HElTd
Just came, new neat, well-tailored suits. Just
the kind vour tailor would make, only WE sell
them for about HALF THE MONEY.
GOOD, NEAT, STYLISH SUITS
as cheap as you have been buying cheap cloth
ing. Come in and see before you buy.
W. W. NORTON, the Clotiiier
For Fine Boot and Shoe
1. D. NI C HOLS
Also has in stock a new lino of GENTS'
SHOES of the beat manufacture and at
prices that will suit. Call and examine
the stock before you buy and you will
At R. Madsen's old stand, first
door south of Cigar Factory.
W. M. WILSON
Mew and Second-Hand
Bicycle and light re
pairing. We buy
and sell second-hand
good. Phone 502.
260 Box Butte Ave.
H. G. Turman had business at the
office the first of the week.
'Carpenter Laravie wainscoated the office
at the Commercial hotel recently.
Mrs. Hughes went to Crawford on 4!
Monday to trade and transact business.
The Halllbough boys gave a dance in
Woodman hall ou the eve of St. Patrick's
The water service men and carpenters
are hsre erecting the 13. & M. windmill
Mr. and Mrs. John Saurwcin, of Llcm
ingford, are down for a visit with Mr.
E. A. Kendrick spent a few days in
Chadron recently, the county commission
ers being in session.
Mrs. Dagley accompanied her mother
home on Friday and will spend a month
visiting at the parental home.
Mrs. D. L. Hunsaker has been sick for
f')OUt three weeks and confined to her bed
1. 1 1 greater part of the time.
im'ss Hose Childers, who has spent the
winuratE. T. Greggs, returned to her
home in Belmont ou Friday.
Rev. Shriver's year of ministerial work
closes with this month. He will go- to
Presbytery at Gordon the first of April.
Mr. and Mrs. C. JZ. Hollibough, Tom
Carlson and Joe Gould were 111 Alliance
the first of the week on business before the
A man from Kansas alighted from 42 at
this place Sunday morning, thinking this
stop was Alliance. He remained at the
Commercial till Motoaay.
Rev. Dr. Saxtou, of Lincoln, Synodical
Missionary for the Presbyterian church in
Nebraska, occupied the pulpit in the Pres
byterian church Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs Ned Crigler, of Hough,
were down on Friday and described some
thing of the hot time they had at their
house recently. As usual it was a boy and
Roadmaster Mclntyre has been here
several days superintending work which
comes under his supervision. Track-laying
is in progress at Nye, and a great deal
of material has been unloaded all along
James Tollman went to Chadron last
Saturday to join his uife in visiting rela
tives. Mrs. Tollman proceeded him a few
days and attended the wedding of he"r
brother, Mr. Moilt.i to Miss Gouchnauer,
both of that city.
James 13 u tier, formerly a resident of
near this town, but now living nine miles
west, was down on Friday. Mr, Dutler
is away up toward the nineties, but like
many" other young people, took advantage
of the Kinkaid law and Secured a section of
land. He rode down on the old white
horse to say that he and mother 13utler had
survived the winter in good shape.
13.-& M. linemen were here Monday and
placed a telegraph instrument in the pump
house for the convenience of Agent Dag
ley, who spends the most of his time run
ning the pump, Now if the B & M. will
move the ticket office also the depot will be
to let ana tue travelling public will not do
compelled to board the cars, tramp style,
without tickets. The operator of the
pump has received forty dollars a month
heretofore, but now the job is added to the
agents work at an advance in his wages of
ten dollars per month. The thing is preposterous.
Mrs. L. Snow enter'.nincd on Monday
night in honor of her daughter Attic, the 1
occasion being her 19th birthday. Music,
dancing, etc. was the order of the evening,
and refreshments of ico cream and cake
were served. Mrs Snow was assisted in
serving by her daughters, Mrs. N, G.
Poole and Mrs, George Gregg Mr. and
Mrs Logan, of South Table, furnished the
violin music and Arthur Bennett called off.
All report a merry time, the party break
ing up only when warned of the near,
approach of day light.
Postmaster Snow and family have
moved into their new house, which is
about completed. It has been a long tedi
ous job. but like all others has been con
summated at last.
When father Noah built his ark,
From early morning until dark.
With hammer and pick he chisled away,
On a pile of stones, which nearby lay.
Days, weeks and months, each their course
But still the good man whistled and sung;
While people passing, wagged their head,
And said, "Old Noah will sure be dead
Ere the ark has been completed."
But at last there came a happy day,
When the snows of winter had vanished
Noah said to his family (wife and son and
'It is time for us now to move
Into the ark and thereby prove
To these scoffers lounging about the street,
That the work of the ark is now complete.
Now Noah sits in his easy chair,
Looks out on the world with its tumult and
And thinks how-sweet it is tq be here,
At home, in the ark at last.
Miss Jennie Rose bought a ticket for
Alliance via 41 today.
Revival meetings closed Sunday night,
but not the work.
H. J. Thompson lost a valuable jersey
cow yesterday. A ruptured blood vessel
was the cause.
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dennis returned
from their trip to Oshkosh and vicinity
H. J. Thompson shipped a car load of
hay to Pringle, S. D. last week. He has
the bailers still at work.
Mrs. lohn Hunsaker is anticipating a
trip to the Box Butte table country the
latter part of this week.
J. M. Gillispie and wife, late of Key
stone, S. D.. visited friend and relatives
in Lakeside and Ellsworth from Friday
till Tuesday. They are enroute to Cali
fornia seeking a I ocation.
Airs. Lucretia Kendall, mother of Mrs.
John Lundsford returned from a visit to
friends and relatives in Oklahoma. Mrs.
Kendall has been gone nearly the whole
winter and says she is glad to get back to
Lakeside and much prefers the sandhill's
atmosphere to that of Oklahoma.
Chas. Tulley has finally moved his fam
ily into his new home and we all antici
pate they are happy. Mr. and Mrs. Tully
made a trip to Alliance Monday to pur
chasesuch extra furniture and supplies as
were necessary to fully equip their new
place of abode.
The Horace Bogue Store
March 27 to April I.
We offer 60 pairs of Curtains
worth from $2.00 to $6.00 per
pair, at one price,
$2.00 PER PAIR
YOU TAKE YOUR PICK,
Our NEW SPRING GOODS are
open, and we invite your inspection.
You will be no fool if you come
to our store APRIL FOOL'S DAY
There will be something doing.
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