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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1909)
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Before buying your Suit or Coat call and we will be very glad to show you what we can save you
on all Ladies' Suits, Coats and Dress Skirts, Girls' and Children's
fnsifc 5inH 5lll Plirc We mean just what we say--33 discount on all of above lines. And remem
VUato aim ail I Ulo ber, give us a look before you buy
Acheson Bros. ?s
Acorn Hard Coal Base Burners
King Bee Hot Blast Stoves
k Majestic Ranges
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
Graduate Nurses in Attendance
HOSPITAL STAFF Dr. Bellwood, Dr. Bowman, Dr. Hand, Dr. Copsey
Open to All Reputable Physicians. i
Address all communications to
THE MATRON, ALLIANCE HOSPITAL,
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Hartford Fire Insumnce Company.
North American of I'litl&ik-lpfiia.
Phoenix of LilooUljn. New York,
Continental of New York Cltv.
Niagara Klro Insurance I'owpuuy.
Liverpool. London and Olobc Ius. Co.
German American Ins. Co., New York.
Columbia Fire Insurance Company.
rnoenlx Ins. jo., llnrtford. I'onn
fomnierciiil Union Assurance Co., Lon dorKlrenmns J'und Irihurunco Co-.
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BOBBY'S CHRISMS PLAINT.
By WILLIS HAWKINS.
Copyright, 1903. by American Presa
I'M awful tired o' bcin' rich.
I think it was a pity
We come into the money which
Enticed us to the city.
I with that we was poor again
An' back in Pavpaw Center
A-livin' as we ust to when
We was so much contenter.
Pa didn't have that worried look
An' raa was never nervcus
Before we had a chef to cook
An' a butler man to serve us.
I'd ruther be the way we was,
All feclin' fine an' happy,
With simple cookin' such as ma's
That never made us scrappy.
An' then the lugs the girls put on!
I think it's awful silly
That Mary Jane is "Marie Zhon" '
An' Nellie is "Natilic."
But, gracious, they git mad at me
When I say "Nell" or "Mary,"
Though that was what they ust to be
When they was 'tendin' dairy.
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and transfer work
solicited. Phone i
Frank Wallace, Prop'r.
of all descriptions
for any part of a
house or barn.
Dicrks Lumber Coil Co.
! Phone 22 D. Waters, Mar.
"I thihr ire Awptrii milly."
Them days I knew a lot o' Jboys
That I could play an' figlit with
An' swap my marbles an' my toys
Or go an stay all night with.
ut now that I'. a nr'i -- '
There'd be a great sensation
If I should play with any one
Beneath my lofty station.
An' now that Chris'mus time is near
An' Santy Claus is comin'
I don't see how he'll git in here
Unless it's through the plnnbin'.
Instead o' chimneys we have wire3
Where 'leetrio currents sizzle,
An' I guess where you don't have
Your Chris'mus is a fizzle.
Santa Claus on the Street.
In the larger American cities of lot
years Siuitn Gnus linn piinic to be pret
ty uelIknowu to eer.ilody who fie
quent& the business slieets during the
two or three weeks preceding Christ
inns. The Volunteers of America, or
ganized by lialilugtnn Booth, formerly
of tb Salvation Army, supply Santo
Clauses In considerable numbers.
The traditional chimney Idea Is put
to practical use. A member of the Vol
unteers rigs himself up lu true Kris
Krlugle costume, with long ooat. Mow
ing white beard aud fur cap. lie
stands beside a miniature chimney set
on the sidewalk, on top of which Is a
Inrgft -placard requesting passersby to
drop in a coin to help send Santa Claus
down the chimney with n big Christ
mas dinner for the poor or to curry
shoes, clothing or other supplies to the
Christmas Family Advice.
To Papa Uemember the mytb of
Santa Claus, to keep it holy.
To Mamma Don't worry about the
molasses candy getting on the parlor
rug. Christmas comes but once a year,
and the stores will sell you a parlor
rug uny day.
To Miss Belle It is not necessary to
stand under a bunch of mistletoe if
you look at him the right way.
To Little Willy ijou't be envious of
Jimmy .(ones because Santa brought
him a cannon. Next year you may get
a disappearing gun. (It will disappear
mysteriously shortly-after jou begin
to make a noise, with It aud maybe
mamma can explain.)
To Haby I5e good, dear child, and
let who will be cleer.
IT ALWAYS PAYS
TO BUY YOUR
Groceries, Fruits, Etc.
from a Reliable House
We have the BEST of everything good to eat '
Our Prices are Right
Santa Glaus' Headquarters
A. D. Rodgers
In California- Old Mexico
Old Folk at Home Remembered.
A good many hundred thousand dol
Jars hate been shipped home to liurupe
for Christmas, through the banks. b
foreigners employed in America Th s
year, probablj because of the hg
rates of wages, the banks have bee
bubler with this class of exchange
than usual. The bulk of the drafts gi
to Kugland aud Ireland. Servants send
most of this money, and none is ap
parently bq poor or ragged that he or
she has not at least the; equivalent of
a pouuu sterling to semrnome to tue
It'sSummertime all the, Time
and Southern and Cuban Resorts
Cold, biting winds, snow, sleet and zero weather are
You can purchase winter tourist tickets, with lonrr limiV
at low cost, and escape all the discomforts of a 'northern
Better write or talk to me about trains and fares.
F. L. SKALINDER, AGENT
L. W. WAKELEY, G. P. A., Omaha
Peacocks Fop Turkeye,
Peacocks formerly took the place of
turkeyson the Christmas table.
P. S. There will also be some spscial round
trip rates to Denver, January 8, 9 and 10, for
the Western Stock Show.
Palace Livery Barn
H. P. COURSEY. Prop. ,
successor o c. u. .smith)
Good turnouts. Courteous treatment to all.
Give us a trial; we will treat you right.
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