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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1905)
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NEBRASKA S THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1905.
Wy ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, V'
And every boy and girl
should have their wearing1
apparel in readiness, and
in purchasing same, save
every cent possible.. We
Boys' knee pants 15c to $1.00
Boys' 50c and 65c shirts
35c, 3 for 1. 00
Boys' fine ribbed underwear 10c
Boys' $2. 00 low shoos. . . 1.25
Men's, boys' and girls'? straw
hats, worth up to 75c, for toe
Linen collars 5c
Neckties 5, 10 and 25c
Belts , 15c
Lisle gloves 15c
Lace and colored hose izic
Handkerchiefs, 4 for 10c
Boys' 2piece, 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
W. W. NORTON
In Alliance 10-30 of every month. .
Office over Norton's . . . v
$ ,'hone39i. ..'.. . .-
Buy feed and flour at I'ilkington's.
Nearly every freight train
brings us new goocls 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 Jii.oo, now
Box Calfskin Shoes, McKay sewed
Guaranteed 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 750 values; sale price
Three pairs 1 fr
Good White Handkerchiefs
WRECK AT ADELIA
Freight No. 50, Collides and One
Man is Injured.
A wreck occurred at Adclia last night
in which Brakcman T. L. Harris was
quite severely injured, his, right arm
being broken, the ieshy part of one
heel torn off and a gash cut in the :
Freight No. 50, with Conductor !
Armour in charge and Engineer Berry I
at the throttle, stopped to do some
switching at Adclia. After the work J
was completed and the crew backed
down to couple to the train a collision
occurred with sufficient force to throw
a half dozen cars off the track. The ,
air brakes on the rear end of the train 1
gave way and the cars rolled down the !
decline, but owing to darkness thocrcw
did not discover this till they came to
gether. Harris was on a water car and
thrown fully twenty feet, receiving the
injuries mentioned. He was brought
to this city this morning and his in
juries attended to, and he will fully
Elks will Entertain This Evening.
The Benevolent and Protective Order
of Elks will give a smoker at their club
rooms this evening, commencing at
8:30 o'clock. I Printed cards signed by
members will admit friends and indica
tions point to a large gathering. The
Elks now have a membership of one
hundred and new applications arc
coming in steadily. Before the end of
the year the membership will exceed
More Base Ball.
The Sheridan team and Alliance Fire
Department boys will cross bats on the
Alliance diamond Friday, Saturday and
Sunday. The visitors are said to bo
'.' fast and furious," hence, some inter
esting games are expected. The Alli
ance team will retain their present bat
tery for another month at least.
TO TELL THEIR HUSBANDS ABOUT THIS GREAT CLOTHING PURCHASE AND SALE
At the FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE.
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
the goods. He snapped 100 of these suits for us at
Unheard of Prices for
Finely tailored all wool suits,
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- rf f E f
teed non-breaking. Regular $18 values. $ m J? s
We give vou free choice at " "
Hart j 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 j f EZfk
as grays, blues and browns. $ m & J
Your free and unrestricted choice at ....-
Two Doors South of Postoffice, ALLIANCE.
How is your Grip?
We are selling
Suit Cases Cheap
on any TRUNK
in the ltouse.
New Hotel Assured.
C. L. Drake, of.Guomscy, yester
day received deeds to tho three lots
one block north of the opera house and
opposite tho Times office, on which he
will erect a three story modern hotel
costing about 525,000. Tho lots cost
$1,150, the corner one being sold by
Mr. Reddish for what it cost him a few
weeks ago and tho other two wore pur
chased from the Lincoln Land com
pany. When the building is completed
the citizens of Alliance will reimburse
Mr. Drake to the amount paid for the
lot's. Mr. Drake informs The Herald
man that the work of excavating will
begin at once and ho expects to have
the building completed in about three
Kridclbaugh Succeeds Sage.
J. Kridclbaugh has been appointed
to succeed L. S. Sago ns station agent
for the Burlington at Alliance and will
probably assume his duties the first of
next week. It was reported that Mr.
Kridclbaugh would go to Sheridan in
the sauia capacity and tho announce
ment of his appointment at Alliance
came as a muprise yesterday. "Uncle
Jake" has a host of friends here who
are pleased to see tho family again
up their residence in Alliance. Mr.
Sage has not stated what his plans are
for the future, but whatever they may
be, the many friends he has made dur
ing his residence here will regret to see
himself and family leave tho city.
Saturday's Horse Races.
The horse races which took place
last Saturday were decidedly interest
ing and a large number of spectators
, In the half mile running race, S. H.
Desch's pony won first, Volley Wilson
second and Zedikcr third.
The half mile trotting race resulted
as follows: Guy Lockwood, first; C.
A. Anderson, second; E. E. Soder,
third;. H. H. Bellwood, iourth.
The trotting contest for green horses
was won by Fred Nye, first; Frank
Wilson,' second; Claude Lester, third.
NEW FALL GOODS
A new crop of
to be sold at
Republicans Preparing for tho Fray
Tho Republican convention, which is
called to conveno Sept. g, promises to
l?o a lively afiair, if all persons secure
nominations whose names aro men-
tioned for the respective ofiicus.
For tho office of clerk, the names of
W. A. Manchester, Alex Muirhead and
C. C. Smith aro slated, with the gen
eral supposition that the former will bo
iDan W. Hughes is spoken of for
trttsurcr and will probably bo nomin
For shoriff, Al Wikar and former
Sheriff Sweouey seem to be most talked
of, and for the office of county judge,
judge Bullock, Abel Hill and Judge
Tattle aie said to be available timber.
It is also reported" that Capt. Corbiu
will have to give way to a younger man
as county chairman, several leading
Republicans expressing dissatisfaction
in the manner in which the campaign
was conducted at the'lant election and
expressing the belief that with a young,
vigorous man at the head this year they
can oust the democrats. In this they
play be mistaken, ,for whilo younger
men might be found for the position,
still it is no easy matter to win a vic
tory with a divided army, such as the
party in this county has been for years
and with not the brightest prospects for
As a matter of fact, politics in this
county this fall will be as heretofore,
the most competent men coupled with
personal popularity will be elected re
gardless of the party to which they
may lelong. And this is as it should
Therefore it behooves tho Democrats
if they hope to win this fall and they
do to nominate their stroncest men
fpreach and every office, and if the
standard bearers possess the qualities '
stated above to a greater degree than
their Republican competitors, they will
win the battle.
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 J72-574
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
33 to 37. rants made with
Regular $8.50 value. They
the UNHEARDOF PRICE of
Your free and unrestricted choice of 75 suits in broken as
sortments, not one in the lot sold for less than $iooo, 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
vour free unlimited choice
ably low price of
The season's choicest patterns in men's trousers, elegantly
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 $
E5FCall early before the best styles are chosen.
S T?as o "ivaie a ve famous
Hats, black only
We have cut the price on Refrigerators and Ice
Cream Freezers, to close out remaining stock.
A White Enameled Refrigerator. $16. 50
A 2-Quart Blizzard Freezer, 1.65
Fruit Canning Season is On
We fiave large sizes in Preserving Kettles, large
Spoons, Fruit Presses, and Jar Funnels.
A large Spoon given nway FREE with each Preserving K'ottlo sold.
GEO. D. DARLING,
L. E. ROBERTS . CO.
SOUTH OMAHA, NED,
Reliable Markot Reports, Good,HervIco. Qnldt Wturn. ""
MR. L.-E. ROBERTS gives his personal attention 10 tins clusslng
and selling of all cattle consigned to us, and we liavu active and com
petent yard men to do the Filling and Weighing.
WHITE US ABOUT YOUR STOCK; Wo may bo able to do you some good
Save Doctor Bills
At GLEASON &
Ice Cream Parlors
-piece suits, all sizes, from
belts to match.'
go now at $
at the remark- $
Good heavy ones
Odds and ends
ofCoc grade, in
Castor machine Oil
We sell it always
THIPI P Prescription
ft 1 IftlUilLw, Druanist
306 Box Untie Arc.
arriving daily. Big
reduction on summer
Nice, Nobby Goods
$ 1 .25
$2.00 goods now
p I oJjW
M. D. Wells' Seamless
School Shoes for bovs only
Boys' Straw 1 Iats, choice
of the house for
Men's Fast Black Underwear
Regular 50c values sale price
Good Stout East Black, Double
IIcol and Toes
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