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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1912)
De Mar in Philadelphia Record.
Bv kiicc ial arrangement with one of the
largest wiiuicnaic uuuscs wc iu aiiuvuiiic
Grand Display of China and Cut Glass
I In Our Basement, April 19th and 20th
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
You are cordially invited to come
and see this beautiful line
The Horace Bogue Store
Voie's Bakery Cafe
Which We Claim To Be
Of Any Get-Rich -Quick Intent
Or Exorbitant to Be.
Our Goods in Price
Are Ratt'd Low
In Quality Rated High
And that is why we ask you all
To come here when you buy
Bread, Buns, Pies, Cakes
Or Anything Rise that Rakers
Fancy cakes should be ordered
a day ahead.
For Range and Furnace
All Kinds of FEED
Wholesale and Retail
J. H.VAUGHAN & SON
of ail descriptions
for any part of a
house or barn.
Dierks Lumber s Coal Co
D. Waters. Mgr.
From Saturday's Dally:
Miss Mabel Hlicelow who Is teach
ins. In Alliance schools, has been of
fered (i raise In wanes if she will
tench for another year. Miss .Ma
bel Is a Sioux county a;lrl and tanaht
one year In the Harrison schools,
where she nave good Hat lsfactlon .
Mrs. A. K. Mahlrlge and little son
Cecil, formerly of Alliance but now
of Scoitshluff. are in the city attend
ing the tabernacle meetings. They
are the guests 0f Mrs. L. K. Mark.
T. 8. Fielding, the tailor, is now
-onvenlently located nt 315 Mox
Butts iivenue, having moved his shop
from ihe Charters hotel building
Mrs. J. H. Farley of llewett, vis
ited this week with her daughter,
Mrs. T. A. Roberson, and attended
the tabernacle meeting.
A. K. Wilson returned last Thurs
day from Thayer county where he
had been visiting his home folks and
looking after business matter's. He
was snowed in for a long time tit
his fine Thayer county farm five
miles north of Helvldere. Mr. Wil
son informs us that he was in LIB
coin at the time of the man hunt
and says the excitement was intense
the-re at that time.
M. L. Whltaker, merchant and
post master of Canton, came to Al
liance Monday via Hemingford ac
companied by his son Kay 8. Whit
aker, who filed that day on a claim
located near Mud Springs, In Sioux
County. They remained in Alliance
till the next day and took advantage
of the opportunity to attend the tab
ernacle meeting Monday night.
From Tuesday's Daily:
Rev. Titus Uing left yestenlav
for Rig Springs, Nebraska, to at
tend the conference of the Luther
an pastors of western Nebraska and
Wyoming. The conference will be
In session two days, today and to
morrow. Mr. and Mrs. Ooodenough of Mul
len arrived In Alliance last Satur
day, and the next night Mrs. Good
enough, who was the landlady of
the Evergreen house at Mullen,
took charge of the Alliance cafe.
Mr. and Mrs. Coodenough are ex
perienced hotel people and no doubt
will make a success of their busi
ness venture in Alliance. They will
try to dispose of their interest in
Mrs. Kiiiniu Stralow of Ringham
has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
W. K. Lot.speicb, for the past wwek
lid attending the tabernacle meet
T. I, Threlkeld received a tele-
rnun r tnrqnj from tietningford
a tiling him to come to that place
and embalm the remains for ship
ment of the two persons who were
lost and died in the blizzard Satur
A young men's Bible class was
organized Sunday afternoon at the
tabernacle. The officers elected
were: K. I.. Meyer, president: Web
ster Mernhardt. vice president, " ax
Wilcox, secretary-treasurer. The
first meeting will be held Friday ev
ening at the home of Max Wilcox.
J Office Phone, 5
Res Phone. 4N t
Wallace Dray Line
XAII work looked after carefully I
Office at 213 Box Butte Ave.
Sevward writ Have Carnegie Library.
Sewi.id, Neb.. April II. Mayor
ved a letter from the Car
negie library hoard of New York city
which conveyed the information thai
as soon as a site Is procured and the
city provides for its maintenance, the
g,0O0 for the library building will he
forthcoming, w. Q. DkWnton donat
ed site; fo- the Carnegie library and
Youm: Mens Christian association
Corn Holders Get Big Price.
Omaha. April 12 Cash corn con
tinues to soar, Uemund for the cash
article is so urgent and receipts are
so light that holders are demanding
almost any price for this real and
hovers are willing takers on the ad
miim (in,, car of No :l white corn
sold tor 7K-, cents and several cars
of ordinary grates brought ts cents.
gltvrta Priest to Episcopate.
Om; : April t K'V P, A Mr
fjovrrn ol Omnia was r onset ratg as
iiisi o n of i-iieveiine. iiiith dtnltarla
ol the Roninu Cntholle ennreh from ail
nar4 nt the aM were present to do
honor tc the first native son of Oma
h-i in ie .'vated In l eplaeopaw
Anhhlhhon Koane was the consecrat
Odd Crinks Acid Found in Old Bottle.
Fiitn im. Neb.. April . The three
year old son of Shelley Sn N r. living
seveial mile - i.oithw. st of town.
while 'plaving in the vail picked up a
bottle wnjefc contained rarbolta add
and drank the contents. IVath fol
Half Dozen Stores Burned at Homer.
Homer. Neb.. April 13 Fire here
destroyed a half dor n stores and
caused a loss of $'.' with 4tgM4
it suram e. The principal loser was
the Kdward & Bradford Lumber coin
lay, 184,086, fully insured.
PERPETRATED BY WALT AcDOUQALL
THE TRUTHFUL MALE PARENT.
f THE BOSS CALL EDME DOWN
J TO TAKE IT OUT or VOU
CJb LET YOU MCTMESL
PEEL TSt trct i WI
NY liROUCH tSU I Id
AfBilO TO !
ITS fioiNG. TO HUT
VOU A LOT MOPT
THAN IT WIL.L, ME.
I KNOW THISLiCK
WONT BENEFIT YOU
BUT I LL FEEL A HEAP
BETTER FOR IT
rTr-. 1 d
rvG- I rc -- ' ' -
I'M LICKINS YOU WtAUSE
IM BlGbCR THAN VOU AND
BECAUSE IM A. BULLY
ANOACOWARO; SEE 5
IT WAS THE ONLV WAY I COULD
WORK OFF" MY &ROUCH AS
VOURE THE ONLY ONE I DARE
. TArwi F i ,Mrr Dt-rAkinl
, -,w Urw.,
We're as Enthusiastic as
Can be Over These Suits
We've every reason to be enthusiastic and
we're certain that the men who see the clothes
we're talking about will be enthusiastic, too.
Stylish, Smart Suits
All Splendidly Constructed
Su; . T.- I tr.l W I ,
Many of them have just come
to the department, the remainder are in the
up-to-date styles that are winning favor every
where among men.
Single-breasted suits, with 2 and
3 button coats and perfectly-fashioned trousers.
The Cloths, best shades of brown,
tan and navy blue effects in serge, cheviots
Such brand new suits as men
will be proud to wear and they are going to
be bought rapidly at $20.00.
See if you are not surprised in
these suits at $20.00 see if the value is not
a better value than yon expected could be
given for $20.00.
Today- the Opportunity
Buy Your Summer Suit at Norton's
Know Us for Best Values
M B. A. MANAGER IN ALLIANCE
Mr dayman, slate gMRftgggf Ol
Modern llrotherhood of AinerWa.
a. iu Allianee Tuesday and Wed
ii -day to explain the new rates. A
larne number of member V0N
served and the exeiiinK ' spent
very pleasantly MM Ml Ml
Dayman went to Crawford.
Kind's Cap of Cor.-.1.
The icing of jiaan "ran
Hgif of coral biud. with a
laie brad at one side.
I u cap
Th. ' is never to l called little
which a tuau think to b enough
A Daily Thovght.
Antou !! :.!! Iuiyi their virtues
concealed i.y wealth .in.i some their
vices by paveri. Ttoaganig,
Life of Sea Ane -.ore.
ricieiitists say Uiat a ma gMMona
t.a- leeu kt'own to live tor 0,j years.
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