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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1910)
Buy Your Shoes
at a Shoe Store
THERE is a big difference in shoes. To a shoe
man the difference is apparent but to the cus
tomer it sometimes is hard to distinguish be
tween .the good and the bad. A "Welt" shoe is a
good shoe; a "makay" is inferior. -We'll be glad to
show you the difference.
Our Men's Welts at $3.50 and $4.00
are as good as the best shoe made. Let us show
Alliance Cash Shoe Store
; RAILWAY NOTES Af KRSftNAtS f
The Horace Bogue Store
We have Just received a new
line of the new Curtains In Ap
plique Nets, Cluney and Spanish.
We would like to show you.
The Store that Sells "Wooitex"
' i Exposition
The wonder of bak-
inu powders Calumet.
Wonderful in its raisinu
powers its, uniform tv.
its never failfnjr results, its
Wonderful in its rrnnnmtr
It costs less than the hip Ji-nrir
trust brands, but it is worth as
much. It COStS a.tnfle mnrc thnn
the chean and bn can tinrle
it is worth more, But proves its
real economy in the baking
Uje CALUMET the Modern
At all Grocers.
On Monday morning Mrs. Ray Hoag,
accompanied by her sister-in-law,
drove down to Mrs. Mann's homestead,
about thirty' five miles Bouth. They
returned Tuesday noon.
Con'. Tom Griffith and Enc Nicholia
made a trip on the hifih line this week.
Mrs, A. E. Nelson apd Miss Delia
returned from Newcastle Saturday
Urakeman S. Hunt has resigned
from the service. He will take charge
of his father's farm in eastern Iowa.
Mrs. W. J, Conners is planning a
trip to Omaha, where she will visit
relatives and do some shopping.
Eng. A. E. Nelson has been off 8ev
era) days with an ulcerated tooth.
Eng. Harbottle, who has been on
the Hot Springs run, came home Saturday,
The local crews, who are called here
about 4 a.m., are going to have things
more comfortable- The way carB will
be Cleaned and a lire built in the worn.
Jng and the necessary BUpplieB ''put on
the car. - ,,.
Fireman Burns, who has been work
ing between Seneca and Ravenna,
came home Sunday. He says Alliance
looks good to him.
Operator and Mrs. Duff of Berea
c'ame to Alliance last Thursday. They
returned home on No. 41.
Pulling off No. 35-36 makes a num
ber of changes in the engineers. Eng.
Cbas. Myers may go to Deadwood. -
There was a heavy snow in the Hills
the first of the week. Freight cars
into Edgemont were covered with Bnow.
Con, Dick Burk is laying off for a
Mrs. Green and daughter from Lead
were in Alliance last week packing
their household goods to be moved to
Lead. Mr. Green was for several
vcars connected, with the clerical
force in the master mechanic's officer r
He now has a good "position with the
Home Stake Mining Co.
Mr. and Mrs- O. Hall were in Alli
ance Friday. A sister from Lincoln,
who has been visiting Mrs- Hall, re
turned on No. 44.
Eng. John McDonald of Ravenna
was in Alliance Monday
Con. Will Dietlein of Ravenna has
purchased a fine new passenger Reo
auto. They made a trip to Grand Is
land in an hour. Several of the Alli
ance boys, who have gone through to
Ravenna, have bceR.treated to a fine
On Saturday themother of
man Welch came in on No. 43
will keep house for her boy if room's
can be found. Mr. Welch has been
in Omaha for some time having his
hand treated and is yet unable to work.
Mr. Hart man and wife came in on
No. 43 Tuesday. Mr. Hartman was
formerly a switchman here.
John Morris, who for some years
has been an engineer out of Chadr6n,
has quit over there and come to Alli
ance. He is thinking of going westr
J. A. Moore, brakeman, and Fred
DeGrout, switchman, who came here
about a month ago from Peoria, have
resigned and went east Monday noo'n.
F. A. WaUghs of Scottsbluff is stop
ping at the Drake hotel.
mTIm CjufftMf Mam"
irtw OTfvm Rtwn
On another page will be found the
display advertisement for the "Squaw
Man," which is billed for Alliance,
Wednesday, Nov. 16. This famous
play Comes to Alliance with advices
that it ia the best dramatic production
of the season- The company is com
posed of twenty-three players and will
use all special 6cenery and electrical
effects, The magnitude of the pro
duction may be seen when it is stated
that the actual cost for putting on the
play is $250 per day. Mr. Parvin,
first advance agent, has been in Alli
ance since laBt Saturday looking
after business arrangements and vve
are sure that playgoers may expect a
dramatic production seldom seen out
side of the large metropolitan cities.
Reports from the Black Hills country
are to the effect that the"Squaw Man"
has been playing to capacity audiences
and that it is the most pretentious
dramatic production ever seen in that
territory. "The Squaw Man" has en-,
joyed long runs in New York and Chi
cago, and present company appears at
the Tabor Grand theatre, Denver,
Death Visits Drake Heme
Sunday Dinner Suggestion
On September 17, 1910, beautiful
twin girls arrived at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Drake to gladden the
hearts of their parents, brothers and
sisters, but tbeir visit to this earth was
to be of short duration. On Thurs
day, November 3, Viola, who had lived
long enough o become a darling of the
home, was called away, and on the
Monday following sweet little Violet
followed. Funeral services weie con
ducted irom the home by Rev. J. L. B.
Jones, pastor of the Methodist Episco
pal church, and the remains of the
little ones laid to rest in Greenwood
cemetery. Like the sweetest blossoms
of Spring they came to gladden hearts
for a few brief days, and then passed
away, the remembrance of them being
as fragrance wafted by heavenly
zephyrs from a better world. To the
bereaved family we wish to express
M. Bayer purchased the bouse and
lot 8, block 13 from Mrs. Alice John
son. Mr. Bayer will remodel the
property and like the rest of his Alii
ance holdings, will soon have it in first
Mr. F. A. Pierson, of the implement
firm of Pierson and Anderson at Axtell,
delivered an excellent address on "The
Stainless Flag" at the Methodist church
Wednesday night, Oct. 26, to a large
and attentive audience. His lecture
consisted of argument on what the sa
loon has and has not done, in a way
that held the people to the end. He
said that the present condition in Ne
braska demanded, for the sake of the
good name of the state and our homes,'
the defeat of all Anti-County Option
ists, Mr. Pierson sheds great credit
upon the young manhood ot the day
who stand for honor, uprightness and
sobriety. We hope be may see fit to
come here again and address us. The
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS. as ther cannot reach
the scat ol tbe disease. CatarrU IB a blood or consti
tutional disease, and In order to cure It you must take
Internal remedies. Halls catarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous
wiitaccs. Hall's Catarrh cure Is not a quack medi
cine. H was prescribed by ooe of the best physicians
In this country tor years and Is a regular prescription.
It Is compoiftd .of tbe best tonics known, combined
with tuc beat blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combination ot the
two Incredlents Is what produces such wonderful re
sults In curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo. O.
Bold by Druggists, price 7tx.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
. . Libby's.'Vegetab'le.'Sbup,
Tony Oyster Crackers' V tV Assorted Olives,
Roast T3eef Blue Label Catsup
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Gaiety Sailer Kraut - Blue" Isabel: Green Beans
c i.?; , : ' " '' -.Gaiety- Asparagus" .-' "'
Blue Label Raspberries Sunshine Chocolate Hydrox fl
' Gaiety Peach Pie
, ' ' Chase & Sanborn Coffee
Remember, we have the highest grade of goods
in the market. Our stock is fresh and clean. Phdne us
for high class seryice.
Alliance Grocery Co.
PHELAN OPERA HOUSE
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We have purchased the Teater
Brothers' Grocery. This is a fresh,
up-to-date stock and all customers
will be given the best of treatment.
After November 1?,
Groceries will be
If you will call at our store we
will be glad to show you how you
can save money by paying cash.
We guarantee to save you a big
We are dealers in the famous
Crete Flour. Prices are $1.60 per
sack for first grade; $1.50 per sack
for second grade.
Produce will be taken at the top
market prices in trade.
Bicknells & Reed
SCENE FROM "THE SQUAWMAN."
Prices;.. 50C 75C, $i and $1.50
Seat "Sale Opens Honday
The Glaze Marble Works
CHAS. GLAZE, Prop.
We receive our marble in car load lots, thus sav
ing freight and agents' commissions, which customers
must payvhen buying from agents' of non resident t
dealers. A full 'line of Monuments and Headstones in
our yard at Hemingford. You can see the marble .'
before ordering and can examine the work before
accepting it. Satisfaction guaranteed.
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