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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1905)
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NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1905,
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lgv ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY,
And every bo' and girl
should have their wearing1
apparel in readiness, and
in purchasing same, save
every cent possible. We
Boys' knee pants 15c to Si. 00
Boys 50c and 65c shirts
35c, 3 for 1. 00
Boys' fine ribbed underwear 10c
Boys' $2. 00 low shoes . 1.25
Men's, boys' and kMs' straw
hats, worth up to 7504 for 10c
Linen collars 5c
Neckties . ... 5, 10 and 25c
Lisle gloves 15c
Lace and colored hose .. ... iaJSc
Handkerchiefs, 4 for 10c
Boys' 2-piece, good suits. 1.00
Boys' good new suits $2. 50 and $5
Young men's suits, choice
tetns and best makes S3 to 7.50
I W. W. NORTON I
$ ri. K.RisA.axiciz,
J In Alliance 10-30 of every month.
Office over Norton's . . .
Buy feed and flour at Pilkington's.
Nearly every freight train
brings us new goods each
How Is This ?
Boys' Egyptian Cotton
Shirts and Drawers
Sale of Shirts
A lot of our fine Madras and
Percales for men, which sold
for 75c and Si.oo, now
Box Calfskin Shoes, McKay sewed
Gaaranteed all solid leather
Good wearers, at
Men's Fancy Made and Trimmed
Si. 00 Night Shirts
Here You Are
A Big Line ot Men's
NEW YACHT CAPS
Regular 75c values; sale price
Three pairs 1 ff
Good, White Handkerchiefs
Modern Woodmen, Attention.
Special meeting for class initiation
at Eagle hall Friday evening, Aug. 18,
All Woodmen cordially invited tc bo
present. State Deputy Kistor and As
sistant Deputies Burgess and Woodly
will be present to exemplify the work.
Refreshments after work.
E. M. Martin, Consul.
Dcntli of Miss Ryan.
After a long illness with dropsy, Miss
Mary E. Ryan, died at the home of
her uncle, John llagerty, last Sunday
afternoon. The following review of
the young lady's life is most appropri
ate and tenderly written by one who
knew the deceased and is as follows:
Mary E. Ryan, born in Kilkairo, Ire
land, May 1 i, 1878, came to America
when seven vcars of age and lived in
Omaha ever since except the last three
years, which she spent with relatives
(Hngcrty's here, in hopes to' tcgaiu
lost health She was of a bright cheer
ful and loving disposition, which en
deared her to all who knew her, and
during her prolonged illness showed a
very patient, brave and noble spirit,
and when the angel of death came to
claim her, she calmly closed her eyes
in that sweet sleep which knows no
awakening. Deceased was surrounded
by all her relatives here during her last
moments, who will miss her almost as
a daughter and sister. A mother and
two brothers in Omaha are left to
mourn her loss, to which place the re
mains were shipped Tuesday morning
accompanied by M. H. and Miss Norinc
Mike Elmore Secures New Contrnct
on the Wabash.
The editor is in receipt of a letter
from Mike Elmore, the veteran rail
road contractor, who has been engaged
on a contract at Cumberland, Mary
land, for a vear or more. We publish
an extract from his letter which will in
terest his host of friends in Alliance
"My work here is nearly completed
and I have secured the ' head contract
for fourteen miles of work for the
Wabash near Hagerstown, Md.. and
will make our headquarters there in a
moirtli or-so. -Have pat t of my steam
shovel plants moved and am doing the
concrete and placing pipe for company
myself. Hagerstown is about 75 miles
TO TELL THEIR HUSBANDS ABOUT THIS GREAT CLOTHING PURCHASE AND SALE
At the FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE.
A TIMELY PURCHASE !
Our New York agent, Mr. I. R. Butler made a big pur
chase of 100 suits that were made for a Kansas City cloth
ing house, They were refused by the Kansas City concern
on the grounds that the makers were too slow in shipping
He snapped 100
Unheard of Prices for
Finely tailored all wool suits, padded should
ers, reamed neck, hand-made collars. $
Regular price, $12. 50. Our sale price. . . .
The new FALL MODELS in
Regular $15.00 values, now.
The latest style fall and winter mixed
tweeds and cheviots, hand-made collars,
hand-padded shoulders, fronts guaran- g C? fc
teed non-breaking. Regular $18 values. $ m -
We give you free choice at "
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Famous Creations
than which no finer nor better can be had in ready-to-wear
in the KNOWN WORLD. We have left over from the
season's heavy selling a few broken lines of this make, in
$20, 22 and $25 -grades in the finest of im
ported worsteds, all new colorings, such rf " Ef
as grays, blues and browns. $ m &J
Your free and unrestricted choice at ....-"
5vfc famous Gxv$-"Evce Cotv$ oxs&
Two Doors South of Postofiice, ALLIANCE.
How is your Grip ?
We are selling
Suit Cases Cheap,
on any TRUNK
in the house.
from here and with tho work I havo
near Cumberland yet it keeps mo pretty
busy. Dan Eolev and my brother John
are helping mo on the new work now.
The weather is vory cool here for the
east but wo ote fortunate to be in the
J. K. Dennis Dies at Red Oak, la.
J. D. Patterson, of Lakeside, was in
the city Saturday having just returned
from Red Oak, Iowa, where ho wns
called owing to the illness of his brother-in-law,
J. K. Dennis, who was also a
resident of Lakeside and a partner of
Mr. Pattison. Mr. Dennis had been a
sufferer with liver complaint for some
time and passed away Wednesday of
last week at the home of his mother.
Ho was well known hoio and hold in
the highest esteem by overyone.
Found His Horse.
Sometime ago T. S. Fielding lost hisJ
driving house and attcr searching lor
him several days and finding no trace,
supposed he had been stolen. But last
Thursday just a few minutes after Tiiu
Huu.Ln had boon issued Mr. Fielding
read a notico therein of a horse taken
up by Miss Stratton at Bcrea which
answered the description of the one ho
had lost and upon going there Friday
found the animal to be his. Another
evidence of quick returns was an aiticlo
of jewelry lost in Alliunco last Wednes
day, advertised in this paper Thursday
and returned to the owner Friday. The
persons concerned in the above trans
actions are satisfied that advertising in
Tim Herald brings results.
Lockwoods' will Change Location.
13. F. Lockwood & Co. have leased
from W. D. Rumor, the store building
now occupied by him, and will move
their stock of furniture therin as soon
as Mr. Rumer moves to his new build
ing. This w ill make commodious quar
ters for the Lockwoods'.
Thrown From 11 llorsc.
While rounding up cattle at his lanch
twenty-five miles northeast of Alliance
last Thmsday, C. H. Heeler was
thrown from his horse and quite badly
injured, alighting on his head and
shoulder, remaining unconscious for
sometime. Mr. Keeler wns brought to
town yesterday and is at the home of
his son James. It is thought that his
injuries will not prove serious.
of these suits for us at
NEW FALL GOODS
A new crop of
to be sold at
I'he faces which were advertised for
last1 Saturday but wore postponed ow
ing to the rain will take place next Sat
til day afternoon at tho race track at 3
o'clock, It is expected that some good
races will ho pulled off and a large
crowd is expected to attend.
Business Change Today.
11. L. Bushuell sold tho Palace meat
market today to J. S. Heater and L.
Prcuss who have assumed charge and
will continue the business iti the same
building. Mr Heater has been engaged
in the stock business south of Alliance
and Mr. Prcuss has been employed in
the Alliance meat markets for a long
time. Both are well and favorably
known and doubtless will receive their
ghiue of patronage. Mr. Bushuell has
enjoyed a good business; and retiies
only for the reason that his other exten
sive interests tequirc alt the attention
of himself and sons.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Mabin drove down
from Nonpareil precinct Mondav,
spelling; the dnv oi business and visit
ing friends,. "Uncle" Zekc tolls about
some great cropt in his vicinity this
season, the grain in one field being of
such nu enotmous yield that there isn't
Proom enough on tho ground to shock it.
But that's not unite as bad as the ono
Judge Uidgoll tells. Tho judge says
that while at his old homo 111 Missouri
a short time ago he had to climb tho
trees to sec the tops of the corn stalks.
High Diving Saturday and Sunday.
J. L. Gibbs has arranged to give an
exhibition of high diving at the race
course next Saturday at 1 o'clock, just
before the races, and also on Sunday
afternoon at the same hour. Owing to
tlwheavy rains and muddy condition
of" the grounds, the dives advertised to
take place last Saturday and Sunday,
were postponed. Mrs. Gibbs will also
give an exhibition of high diving on the
above dates and it will be well worth '
going to Bee. Free ' admission to both
Sustains Broken Limb.
, James Wymati had the large bone of
bis lei' htnkfn inst nlinvn Mm nnlln liv
piVhorsc falling, Ja&atutdayjMjCt
wynian is a nephew and employe ot
A. S. Reed at whose home he is being
100 brand new fall suits in single and double-breasted
styles of the finest Bannockburn cheviots, cassimeres and
unfinished worsted. Bought by our New York representa
tive from S. W. KORN, SONS & Co., 568-570 572-574
Broadway, New York, at 25 per cent off the regular price,
on account of a Kansas City firm refusing to take them be
cause of late shipment.
A nice well-made line of 2-piece suits, all sizes, from
33 to 37. Pants made with belts to match.
Regular $8.50 value. They
the UNHEARDOF PRICE
Your free and unrestricted choice of 75 suits in broken as
sortments, not one in the lot sold for less than $ 10-00, some
of them as goods as $15.00; they run from 35 to 42, all
sizes in the lot but not all sizes of each pattern
your free unlimited choice at the remark- $ fff f
ably low price of 2s J
The season's choicest patterns in men's trousers, elegmitly
made, and trimmed. Made of the most stylish worsteds,
cheviots, tweeds, cassimeres. Cut in the latest style and
all warranted not to rip nor break. Choice
of the $4.00 and $4.50 grades at the low $ 2 EL
price of &&
SSfCall early before the best styles are chosen.
2ft T?as o "Svaie a v& famous
Hats, black only
We have cut the price on Refrigerators and led
Cream Freezers, to close out remaining stock.
A White Enameled Refrigerator, $ 6. 50
v A 2-Qtmrt Blizzard Freezer, 1.65
Fruit Cannjng Season is On
We have large sifs in. Preserving; Kettles, large'
Spoons, Fruit Presses, and Jar Funnels.
A largu Spoon given away FREE with each ProsorviiiK Kettle sold.
GEO. D. DARLING,
L. E. ROBERTS CO.
SOUTH OH AHA,, NEB.
Reliable Market Reports, Good Service, QiikH Rfurns.
MR. L. E. ROBERTS givc9 his personal ttucttitun 10 it UlS.slll
and sellltiR of all cattle consigned to us, rind v,c luiva aot.vwnnd com
petent yard men to dc the Filling and Weighing.
WRITE US ABOUT YOUR STOCK; Wo may bo able to do you some good
Save Doctor Bills
J EVERY DAY
At fLESON &
go now at $
Good heavy ones
Odds and ends
of Do c grade in
L Castor flachine Oil
rvVe sell it alwas
k Lowest price
arriving daily. Big
reduction on summer
Nice, Nobby Goods
$2.00 goods n()w
M. D. Wells' Seamless
School Shoes for boys only
Boys' Straw Hats, choice
of the house for
Men's Fast Black Underwear
Regular 50c values sale price
Good Stout Fast Hlack, Double
Heel and Toes
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