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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1910)
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Attend the Great Getting Acquainted Sale
. NOW GQ1NQ ON AT
THE PALACE FXDR MEN!
We want to know you alir Therefore we are going to sell you goods so cheap that
you will remember us in the future. - v '
Wc HaV6 SLS it IS, been selling goods a great deal cheaper than you have
been accustonmed to. But we are going to cut the prices so deep that .you can't help
WE ARE NEW HERE
and to become' well acquainted, we are going to hand out some of , the;' G-REATEST
BARGAINS that have ever been offered inklliance. " '
Come Early, Don't Delay
Money refunded if not satisfied
with your purchase.
Goocls1exchanged if. not
A full line of Groceries, Provisions, Flour
and other goods usually found in a
Telephone orders filled promptly
Sf W. Cor. Box Butte Ave. and Second St.
Wyoming Asbestos Fields
Largest in the World
of all descriptions
for any part of a
house or barn.
DieksLumbcr &Coal Co.
PhoHe 22 D. Waters, Mr.
S. E. Colyer, secretary of The
Northwestern Asbestos Mills
Company who are operating
part of the Natrona County,
Wyo., asbestos fields with offices
in the First National Bank Bldg.
in Denver, Colo., is in our city
stopping at Hotel Drake for a
few days and while here is plac
ing a block of stock on the mar
ket at the ground floor price.
Mr. Colyer.states there is one
250 ton asbestos mill now run
ning in the Casper asbestos dis
trict, arid the Northwestern
Companies 300 ton mill will' be
producing fiber in a very short
time. This company has all mill
buildings built, and within six
weeks all machinery will be es
tablished and running. Now is
the time to get some of this
stock before the price is ad
vanced. This North "Western
Co. has released the reduction
plant from Colorado Iron Works
in Denver, and with a freight
rate having been reduced August
27 in effect November 1st, from
8.00 to 8.00 a ton, Casper, Wyo.,
to Denver, a market unlimited.
One cannot afford to pass up this
chance of making an investment
in a proposition that is destined
to become one of the best divi
dend payers in the west.
For further information tele
phone S. E. Colyer, Drake Ho
tel, City, or write to Denver office.
Its sispetiotity is unquestioned
Its fame wolct-wicte
Its use a protection and a guarantee
against altim food
The low-grade powders are made from phosphate alum," or sodium alumi
num sulphatewhich is also alum, a mineral add, and that makes the food unhealthiul.
One pound of the imitation (25c,) powders contains five ounces of alum, a
Food faked with alum baking; powders is f oond to contain a portion of the
The continued use of alum made food impairs digestion, causing dyspepsia.
The careful housewife when buying baking powder, will examine the label and take
ooly a brand whose label shows the powder ta be made from cream of tartar.
"Read -the Label
Agrfcuitural Department Issues
Bulletin Showing Increases.
CORN LEADS ALL THE REST.
Great Yields of Fields of the Country
for 1910 Reflected In Moderate Drop
In Prices Five Per Cent Lower
Than a Year Ago.
Washington, Nov. 15. Bumpei
crop?, led by corn with the greatest
harvest ever gathered, were produced
this year. In a general review of crop
conditions the bureau, of statistics or
Iho department of agriculture says:
"The hurvests of 1910 have been
practically completed, with results ex
ceeding the expectations during the
growing period. Preliminary esti
mates have been made of the produc
tion of most of the Important crops,
from which it appears that the aggre
gate production of crops in 1910 are
approximately 7.G per cent greater
than the crops of 1900 and about 9.1
greater than the average annual pro
duction of the preceding five years
Prices for important crops averaged
on Nov. 1 about 5.4 per cent lower
than a year ago.
"The production of other crops in
1910, expressed in percentage of the
average production in recent years, Is
estimated as follows:
"Peaches, 113.1; hops, 10C.9; broom
corn, 105.4; cranberries, 105.4; sweet
potatoes, 104.9; sorghum, 104. C; cab
paragus, 102.5; peanuts, 102.5; cab
bages, 100.2; lima beans, 100,0; kaffir
corn 99.1; pearB, 98.9; tieans (dry),
98.8; .cantaloupes, 97.3; watermelons,
97.0; onions. 9C.5; hemp, 95.5; to
matoes, 93.7; clover seed, 93.C; straw
berries, 91.5; grapes, 88.2; apples,
85.8; millet seed, 85.7; raspberries,
78,0; blackberries, 7C.C."
-' McCLUER'S .
We have just received a. fine
line of Ladies'. Waists
Which We Offer at Prices that are
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Ladies' Black Satin -Agists, pleated Jrontt
and back, tucked sleeves,' finest grade CC OH
Ladies' Black Silk, handsomely, trimmed 7 HO
Ladiei' Black, ' 'AlloveF-- Net, ,, spangled ' A fi(
trimmed . . . . . . .-. : '..... Tr.UU
Ladies' Black and White'ShepherS's. rjlatf 4.50
Ladies' Beautiful Persian Waists, in green,' E Af
blue and' brown, at. ..... ; .'.:.'. wUU
Girl of Ten Slain.
"Anbury Park, N. J Nov. 15. The
body of Marie Smith, ten years old,
who had been missing since last Wed
nesday, was found In a clump of woods
not far from Tier home. The child bad
been attacked and then killed. It is
feared that her mother will die from
Woman Killed In Auto Overturn.
Saunemln, 111., Nov. 15. An automo
bile driven by Emil Faust, a farmer,
turned turtle and Miss Hannah Faust
was killed when caught beneath It
Gladys Barnes received a broken arm
and Lillian Faust was slightly in
lured. Dogs Trail Hunter's Slayer.
Mellen, Wis., Nov. 15. Bloodhounds
are leading a posse of armed woods
men on the trail of an unidentified
hunter who shot and killed City Clerk
LouiR Oleson of Abbotsford, apparent
ly under the Impression that he was a
Seventy Bodies Taken Out.
Trinidad, Colo., Nov. 12. The
known death toll of the Delagua mine
disaster of last Tuesday has nott
reached the total of seventy-nine, ol
which all but nine bodies have been
Garbage Kills Two Children.
LaSalle, Il., Nov. 12. Peter Mrk
utawlcz, four years old, and Charloa
Cecorella, six, aro dead ot ptomaine
liolsoning as the result of eating re
fuse takeu out of garbage cans.
W ALL Paper
wearing bate !
Lots of Odds and Ends
1.0c to 40c Values, all go for
5c a Roll
to clean up
on regular line to clean u
Xv We have a fine sock of f
sV&. per to go in bunch lots, 2A tO OC
rC 5C t0 15c valuest QU 8 at perroll
FIRE INSURANCE AG-ENO Y
HEPWESENTS THE FOLIOWINQ IN8UHANOE COMPANIES.
Hartford Fire Insurance Company.
North American of Philadelphia.
Phoenix of Ulooklyn. New York.
Continental of New York City.
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Liverpool. London and Globe Ins. Co.
German American Ins. Co., New York.
Columbia Fire i Insurance Company.
r-iiuenix ins- o., Iiamord, Conn
uonuecucuu irire Phoenix Ins. Jo. HartfnVS h,
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and transfer work
solicited. Phone 4
Frank Wallace, Prop'r.
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