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VOLUME XII, Y8 ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, VJP' NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1905, NUMBER 43
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L. E. ROBERTS & CO.
SOUTH OMAHA, NEB.
Reliable Market Reports, Good Service, Quick Returns.
MR. L. E. ROBERTS gives his personal attention to the classing .
and selling of all cattle consigned to us and we have active and com-
petent yard men to do the Filling and Weighing.
WRITE US ADOUT YOUR STOCK; We may be able lo do you some good
Viicox Si Broomk
i & U. S. Land Attorney
Years of experience in the govern
ment land omce as Keceivcr,
. ciualifies him to attend to all bus
iness at the U. S. Land Office in ,
a correct and proper manner.
Correspondence promptly an
swered and all business attended
A widely extended practice with
. successful and satisfactory results
Is a guarantee of faithful service.
F. M. BROOflE,
Office next to Land Office
in Opera House Block
Wanted Nice Sorted Table Pota
toes. Will pay highest market price
any day you bring them in. Sorted
potatoes, all we can use. Raymond
& Quivey, Alliance. Neb. 4otf
Sellers of Good Clothes
for Jack Rabbit guaranteed!
Corduroy Men's Pants
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&jfi ' 40 dozen Men's Underwear,
7 '"" heavy fleeced lined, every
;v ' For 10 days
.v '' . Boys' Underwear, heavy good
i " fleeces
Boy's Shirts, a new line just
39, 50, 75c
EXTRA ! EXTRA !
Stetson's new shape Hats, in
black and smoke color
Buys a good black duck coat,
blanket lined, jack rabbit
Every bit of Wall
Paper we have
goes at 25 per cent
discount. All pat
terns. None reserved
Buy it now of
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306 Box Butte Ave.
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New styles, better qualities, all for less money than they
were ever offered, and wool going up every day. Our new
double breasted suits, at our low prices, are the talk of the
Don't confoun d this of
fering of new fall and win
ter merchandise with a lot
of old cheap stuff, which
is now on the market.
We guarantee every
suit new this fall. ' Pass
up the old kind. It won't
pay you to buy shelf-worn
goods, when you can buy
the new, up-to-the-minute
kind, at our low prices.
See our Men's Suits,
black and fancy. .,4,50
Pure all-wool Novelties
nicely made 8.85
A beautiful new model,
in all-wool, double
breasted, a smart suit
A big line of all the new
tweeds and worsteds,
hand padded, hand
made collars, stylish,
New Caps just received.
Extra reductions o n
SELLING AGENTS FOR
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
Carhartfs Work Clothes
Wilson Brothers' Underwear
Shows in the Opera House next tvcclt
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
nights of next week, tlio Kccney Stock Co.
will hold the boards in the opera house.
The opening perfomanco will be be "The
Man of the People," a strong comedy
drama abounding with stirring situations,
and sensational features. The other plays
will be equally as good. Wo have several
newspapers at hand from various towns,
in which this company has performed, and
all of them speak very highly of the excel
lence of the performances given and also
of the high qualities of the performers, all
of whom are professionals of talent and
merit. Seats will be on sale at Holstcn's
beginning Saturday. Prices, 25, 35 and
50 cents. Remember the date, October iC,
17 and 18 by the Heeney Stock Co.
CIIASK A LISTER CO.
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday
nights, the Chase & 'Lister Co. will hold
the boards with a complete change of-plays
and performers. It is not often that the
opera house is so fortunate as to engage
two such excellent companies to pay in the
same week, and it is anticipated that the
amusement loving public will show its ap
preciation by taking advantage of the op
portunity to, witness some high class per
formances. It is predicted that this com
pany will draw crowded houses each
night. Prices, 25, 35 and 50 cents. Scats
on sale at the usual place.
Chicken Pic Supper.
The ladies of the First Presbyterian
church will serve a chicken pie sjippcr
in the social room of the church next
Wednesday evening, Optober 18, from
5 to 8 o'clock. Supier 25 cents.
The carpenters are nbw busy on the
Kumer brick block which is expected
to be ready for occupancy about Decem
ber 1 at. The south part of the front
room, which is 50x130 feet, will be
used for the clothing stock and the
north part for the dry goods depart
ment. This will be one of the largest
WILgjpcncb Tailored Glothcedwf
Adler & Sons
S. W. Korn
are all repre
sented in our
Extra Special for
10 Days Only.
75 suits Hart, Schaffner & Marx,
Sterling and Adler makes; goods
that sold for $18 and 20. During
this 10 day sale at
and best store rooms in the western
part of ti;c state, but nono too largo for
the business that Mr. Kumer is reach
iug out for. Tlio cast portion of the
building 1ms been leased to James
Graham for his stock of groceries.
W. C. Heelan, well known in this
city where he makes his headquarters
while on the road as brakemau, but
whose home is near Mullen, was nomi
nated by tho democrats of Hooker
county for clerk of tho courts Inst Mon
day. Mr. Heelan has the ability and
education to fill tho office for which he
is nominated and nothing in tho world
would plcaso his Alliance friends more
than to see "Billy" elected.
Mr. and Mrs. Broomo returned from
Omaha last Sunday, having spent tho
week in that city during the Ak-Sar-Ben.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mollring wcro thero
during the week and all enjoyed the
celebration which was a magnificent
one. Mr. Mollring was on his return
from Wnhoo, Neb., whero he completed
a trade for a $4,000 stock of goods for
two quarter sections of land two miles
west of Alliance. Ho says that be is
doing a flourishing business at Kearney.
Coming up on 41 Sunday morning was
Mike Elmore and his son John who
came from Maryland by way of St.
Louis. Sometimo ago ho erected a
$23,000 crusher plant in Missouri on
the strength of a contract with tho
Burlington for 150,000 yards of crushed
rock. After gettiug,fairly started tho
company ordered the work stopped and
Mr. Elmore filed his bill for the whole
amount of tho contract, which under
the contract he holds with the company,
they will have to pay cither willingly
or by law. On invitation of the general
manager at Chicago he came out to St.
One hundred any eighteen suits justs arrived, bought
way down below the price from Stern, Mayer & Co., of Cin
cinatti, O., one of the biggest clothing concerns in America,
for spot cash. They will be sold at low prices.
YbQencb HafloreD QIoUkbJM
Louis to sco if tho matter cannot bo
satisfactorily adjusted. Ho nad good
luck with his contract in Maryland.
After paying all expenses and settling
the suits brought against him by reason
of a dynamite explosion, ho cleared
$116,000. The suits resulting from
the explosion aggregated $75,000, all of
which were settled satisfactorily out of
court. Ho visited Sunday afternoon in
Allianco with his mother and daughter,
going from hero to his ranch in tho
west part of the county and from there
to his ranch at Gillette when ho will re
turn to St. Louis and from thero to
Maryland. Ho says they arc all pleased
with their home in Maryland and that
it is tho first time in many years when
he could be at homo with his family
every Sunday. Ho now has a contract
back there with work enough in Bight
to keep going for an indefinite length
of time. The work is on tho Gould
system of railroad. In tho struggle be
tween Gould and Ramsey, ho said last
Sunday that Gould would win out and
dispatches later in tho week disclose
that ho know what ho was talking
about. He says that Alliance looks
good to him and that ho was glad to bo
here once more. ,
Christening of the Now Bell.
Tho christening 6t tlio new bell at
Holy Rosary church will take place
Wednesday, October 18, at 10 o'clock
a. m. Several priests from adjoining
parishes will bo hero and the occasion
will bo one of great solemnity.
Thursday following tho blessing of
the bell, there will be adoration of the
Blessed Sacrament and massc3 at 5:30,
6:30, 7:30 and 10 o'clock, with sermon
at 10 a. m. and 8 p. in.
Circle No. 1 of the Methodist aid so
ciety will meet with Mrs, Geo. E.
Davis, 31G Cheyenne avenue, next
Overcoats of the latest
style cloths, made up in
short, long or medium
lengths, single or double
breasted, at bed rock
$10.00 buys a very
fine and stylish coat here.
$15.00 buys one of
the Adler Collegian style,
which means the kind the
young college man east
Overcoats from 4.95
to 30.00, and every one
of them new and up to the
second in style.
Two Doors South of P. 0.
We need the room
At very low prices Patent tray
lifters All sizes to close out
The Best In the World
$1.00 TO $.500
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For Ladies and Children
Will you come In ?
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In Alliance 10-30 of every month.
Office over Norton's . , .
Bargain in Printing Material.
The plant of the Pioneer Grip ia
offered for sale at about half of first
price. A 10x15 O. S, Gordon jobber,
good as now, and much of the adver
tising body and job typo is in splendid
condition. Address tho Times or
The Famous -
The Stamp of
Boys', Corduroy Pants, guar
anteen not to rip,, worth
65c, sale price '
100 dozen Heaviest Cotton
Sox made, 3 pairs for '
Stiff Front Lion Brand Shirts
Work Shirts, extra well made
cut full, at
Men's Double Palm.Mulehide
.For 10 days.
Heavy Blue Flannel Shirts
just in U. S.' army style
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