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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 March 1905

1 THE ALLIANCE HERALD W. 8. RAKER, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. AVIllio Sprncklln or Windsor, Ont., Kot n decision over Joo Cherry of Saslnaw nfter ten fast rounds. A Mexican coasting vossol recent ly arrived nt Muege, Iower Califor nia, carrying Bovoral empty cases that had been filled with- Mauser rifles. It Is rumored that tho Russians may bo forced to evacuate Harbin and abandon northern Manchuria and tho maritime province to tho Jap anese Reports 'havo reached Now York that President CaBtro has aroused tho Ire of Italy by adzing coal mines leased to Italian, company by armed force. Senator Allison denies report that ho went to New York to confer with heads of commercial Interests rela tive to proposed changes In tariff laws. Tho TexaB Cattlo Raisers associa tion adopted resolutions Indorsing the American Stock Growers' association organized at Denver and advising all to join. Hon. William H. Taft has accepted tho Invitation of tho National Geo graphical society at Washington ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 March 1905

I h'w p ffe. y I HII lWf IYKI Ii,iri MlimiBII tk- CliZTVUl IU4JJa"A T, D : VHCWW vSte .iiH ATALEOrmCUIVNWAR Copyriuht, 1S97, by K. CHAPTER Tennyson Neely. XXV. On the Way to the Plaza De Toros. Smithers la secretly delighted with tho great nervo exhibited by his pat ton, for If there Is anything on carlh tho secret agent admires, It Is puro Brit Havana Is never thoroughly awake, until this hour of sunset, and to-night tho gay capital means to outdo every previous effort. The horrors of war vlll bo forgotten In tho grandeur of n military carnival, and until tho small hours of the early morning merriment must abound. Aroused from his roverlo by the coming or a servant, Jack Is again led to the dining hall, where ho finds tho senorlta awaiting him. She looks more ravlshlngly beauti ful than before, nnd might charm tho most confirmed bachelor: but Jack touches tho cardboard In tho pocket oter his heart, and lol before his eyes appears an angelic face, a brown haired, rosy-cheeked, blue-...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 March 1905

w jj M WW ' Ww A w. wm -,. M$$MS PUBLISHED THURSDAYS. W. S. HAKEU PublWior Entered nt tlio pottoflica nt Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through tho quits, m soconil-claw matter. S3 Tim HkraLd is the Official PtililtCff lion ol Box Butte county and its dnrolo tioa is boarly twtio that ol tiny olhar Al liance pspor. ADVERTISING UATBS: Display, per single rolnmn inch par month............ 50 Business locals, per line first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, per line .05 Legal notices at statute rates. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance, ' " '"' ,"" .:;:,i,n: ',) rw, .-i-st Tim Legislature close up shop today. Poace bo to their aslioe. Gov. Mickky today signed tho Dip sotnahinc hill, Whttn you got ornay drunk now you gt to tho auylutn where you bolong. Butter intiko n t;ood donation to tho Hospital enterprises now, for without scwomge wo are sure , to need it and need It .goon. A cakhpuj- reading of tho IIuiiald advertising columns will prove profitable nnd entertaining...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 March 1905

J)iamonds, Watches, OttSh. . Vv f- Tn S I t5ta JL JL n Wrtrfd IL ijl JILL Ss, 1 IN OR 5 These are no baits. You can buy as many or as few as you like. 1 simply think it good business to sell goods on a slim profit TTq Boy iVlor Business mr?i Fringed Linen Table Cloths m$k ikX . lf 8PB&;$ s2e s y 0 for ; $ "r sze a by 12. tor . .:j::3.:,.j:.(:, 1 ui Turkey Red, D0.rr1a.sk: Remnant Turkey Red and Indigo Blue Table Cloths j l a from 2 to 5 yards in piece, at 011 Ct jkl Better and Cheaper Laces and Embroideries A Beautiful Line at Popular Prices Fine White figures JL,a.clIs' Wrappers The best values ever shown. A very good Per cale Wrapper in black, blue and red figure, f Ky trimmed collar and yoke with full flounce.. fC' Another JSew Line of Wash Goods Just Received cousistiug of fine Ginghams, Percales, Lawns, Wash Voiles, India Linens, Shirt Waist Suit Materials. Everything new and up to date. I invite you to call and see them. ZBINDEN BROS,, DEALEKS IN. - Flour 1 Feed. "Home Com...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 March 1905

-AwjaawJ e 2 MISS BULLRECOVERS rAR?UL DECLINE OF BTREHGTH OOUPLETELY AIlEESTED. M-iIlcnlfi!IUllnl AliiiixtnxtiniiMc.Ut.rU lu Vuln Attempt In I'dlAtn Her A Itfiitnrknblci ltmutt. Tho recovery of Mlhs Oortrodo L. Bull Is of groat liitoroflt to tho medical world. A vary bad congli followed n Kovcro nt taok of pneumonia. It Roomed lnipossi. bio to break it up or to restore her strength which had brcn widly under mined. In spito of tho best effort of tho ilontom Htid tho uvo of KoVornl adver tised modm of tri'iitlmmt bor condltioit daily prow nmro surioufl. Bho finally discontinued all liiediclnn mid gave her self up to dospair. " What wns your condition at this timo?" she wns nsked. " My fltoumch was so weak I could not keep food down. I Buffered from con iitniit nausea. My kidneys wero in tor ribloroudltion, My fcotnud unities Were swollen ho badly that it pained mo even to fctnnd on thoin. I wns very bilious. My heart wan in bad nhapo ho I could not go up and down stubs or stand any e...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 March 1905

J '; (:: ARMY CHAPLAIN GEVCrtE KIDNEY AND BLADDER TR6UBLE. rttJ I Afil H . - , ' r?Mft!&sMaWyZZ CHAPLAIN D.LJAYCOX. ,&Mfrm- 2P News in Nebraska J fc Mnwiwiiiintii at ;iy .3 3 prenr I lUnWffl ICrrons &SSSI&& v - .-a HALF OUR ILLS ARE CATARRH. tfrrf.?W$5' thousands of People Have Kidney Trouble and Don't Know It Is Catarrh. Mr. David L. Jnvcox. Chanlabi Clarindn, I. O. (1. T., nnd Chaplain H. A. R., 805 Broadway, Oakland, Cal., writes: "I am an old war veteran. I con tracted severe bladder and kidney trouble. I spent hundreds at dollars and consulted a hott of doctors, but neither did me any good. "Perunalins proven tlie bcstmedl fcjnc I ever used. My pains arc pone and I believe iny&olf to bo cured. I feel well and would not bo without a bottlo in time of need for ten times its cost" Hundreds of war veterans have kid ney and bladder trouble. Impure drinking water, sleeping on the ground, and all manner of expo sures to wet and cold weather produced catarrh of ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 March 1905

i- T t!S'' lrtUSIttfiPr KttCKhlfcm ', ... KPk Jffel MARSLAND. l HEMINGFORD. IKolth L. PIcYcc Is fully nuthorlrcd to licit tutncrlpttons and Joli work and collect Md receipt for name, unci tninoict nil other kulncv fa connection -with lit ixnltlun M nil ftOcreUltoO renwnUitlvt of till a pnper. Mrs. Enyeart went cast Thursday night. T. Kubottom, of Point of Rocks, was in town Monday. Fence post; at cosf, to otoie otit. At H. It. Green's. ifr4 Mrs. Carvey camo dp from Canton the first of the week. ' Mrs. Hroshar will spend a few weeks with Mrs Sherwood, i Vlldy'A ladies spring stills, skirts and bonnets are now nrrivlng. 15-1. One two disc plow used one year. Lacrosse make. O. F. Fosket. 15-2. 5 per cent paid on interest certificates. First State Dank, Hemingford, Nebr. Frank Llska. from Hay Springs, has been visiting his father, John Llska, for a few days. RRev. Kntbree will deliver a series of Bible lectures beginning a week from Sun day in the evenings, The best lino of implements k...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 April 1905

uMKSSodct' a MW . Official Publication of Box Butte - County Largest Circulation of any Alliance Paper VOLUME XII, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1905, NUMBER 16 Vygy ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, (j " NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1905, j i v Slaughtering CutGlass Fancy China The next Unity days wo are going to sell everything in our China department at Prices cut right In two A beautiful hand-painted dish, regular price $.4.00, cut price S1.50 Toilet Sets fancily decorated, 12 pieces, regular price fio.oo, cut price S5.00! A real cut-glass pitcher, Star pat tern,regular priceS3.50,cuttoSi.75 A real cut-glass tabic set 4 pieces, Star pattern; regular price S3. 50, cut price Si. 75 Berry sets, beautifully cut: regu lar price S4.00, cut price, . . .S2.00 Six nice shcrbert glasses, regular price 2.25, cut price S1.25 JJSSBy these prices you can sec that we mean business. We do just as we advertise. No dissap pointment will follow. &&&&j!3&!&&&g&&&...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 April 1905

V z tttmmtmtmmt mum " mni'nmijwwni iiiniiiN-wiMimiiliMLaiiiiHWMt)'iWUWIiW' 3 ft GREAT M EDECiNE ERIiraS HEALTH TO THREE -IiERS OF SAME 1'AMILY. Cnri-a n Wlfr'n llrlillll)' After Mnlnrl.i, n llnktmiitl'n ltliimntlin, u llniiclilir'a Nmoii I'roatrallmi, " I have recommenced Dr. WilllntiiB' Pliilt Pills tu ninny iM-oplu," wild Mrs. Onixoit, "becnnso I lmvo won HituhgiHKl ruMilth, time nttcr time, right In my own fniiitly. There are threo of us who lmvo no donbt nbont t heir merits. Wo do not need to tulcu niiylMKly'n word on tho Mib jeel for our owji experience 1ms taught us how widl they deserve praise, " It wn just about ton y vitro ngo tlmt I llvht lead about Dr. WilllaniH' Pink Fills, and bought my Hrst box. I wan nt tlmt time nil run down, weak, norvotiH mid without amliitloii. I had been doc toiliiR all minituar for mnlnrin mid fltuiiinuh trouble. Kverybody thought I was going into consumption, ns my mother had died of tlmt diwnMO. "Thanks to Dr. WilllnuiM Pink Pills, I inn now n...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 April 1905

1 -r V STOP! WOMEN, AND CONSIDER THE ALL-IMPORTANT FACT Thnt In addressing Mrs. Pinlriinm you aro confiding .vour private ills to awomnn a woman whoso cxpcricnco with wo man's diseases covers n great many years. You can talk freely ton woman'whenit is revolting to relate your prlvato troubles to n man besides n man does not uuder stand simply because hols a man. Many women suffer-in silence and drift along from bad to worse, knowing full well that thov ought to have Immediate assistance, butu natural modesty impels them to shrink from exposing them selves to the questions and probably examinations of even their family physician. It is unnecessary. Without money or price you can consult 11 woman 'whose knowledge from actual experience is great. Mrs. Plnkliam's Standing Invitation: Women suffering from any form of female weak ness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs. I'inkham at Lynn, Mass. All letters are received, opened, read and answered by women only. A woman can freely ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 April 1905

". a....WMwiiiiniiniaiwwi!!Hiawm mm jumi uw I ISM) PUBLISHED THURSDAYS. V, S. RAKKK Publisher Entorod nt the postoflice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, an second-class matter. C5T The Hrrami ithe Official Publica tion of Box Hot to county and its circula tion is nearly twi :e that of any other Al liance paper. ADVERTISING RATES: Displayi per single column inch rr month " .50 Business iocals, per lino first insiirtlon 10 liaah subsequant insertion, pr line .05 Legal notices at statute raios. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. No Half Wny Kusincss. Tlio popple of Alliance have spoken in no uncertain terms ngninst half way inonfcurcs. There Beams to bo no middle- ground. A year ago the people elected a mayor and council to suppress Rambling and reform the city. This wns not done, Mayor Bowman bavins adopted A half way or conciliatory measure, which tolerated certain vices, if not oponly advocating them, in the belief that that Was what the public wanted...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 April 1905

r ? a i -i -4? ,0 . !.l V v V i VJL : miv sn ?r - V. ' o .-SViJ Br ? 5ft St. ft ' IF: 4l . t zn.t &L re r"jw r -? f CJ&M PRIZES To Potato. Growers! Fred Mollring, the merchant, has' im ported some new seed potatoes from Min nesota and from Pennsylvania to improve the quality of potatoes here. Here is My Plan. You come to my store and get six Early Red Ohio Seed Potatoes FREE. These you plant, and to the man who brings in 24 potatoes that weigh the most will get a cash prize of $15.00 IN GOLD. 'i i To the second largest bunch $5.00 IN GOLD. To the boy under 15 years who grows the largest 12 potatoes $5-00 IN GOLD. ; To the girl who grows the largest 12 potatoes $5.00 EN GOLD. The only condition is that you shall come and get 6 potatoes free and then re turn 24 or 12 of the largest potatoes you grow from the seed and draw your prize if you have the largest potatoes. FRED MOLLRING. - ZBINDEN BROS,, .. DEALERS IN Flour i Feed. "Home Comfort" Flour Is Our Leader. Try It.... Wm. J...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 April 1905

tWiWHWfjfc t-rtBP5-- THE ALLIANCE HERALD W. 8. RAKER, Publisher. ALLIANCE, - - NEBRASKA. News in Brief Civil scrvlco examination will bo ncld April IS for cleric and letter car rier In tho Lend, S. D pestofllce. Oovornor Frazlor has vetoed tho bill increasing tho salary of tho governor of Tennessee from 1 1,000 to $5,000, President Roosevelt received con gratulations upon tils election in a let ter from tho Catholics of tho Armenian church. The stockholders of tho Louisville & Nnshvlllo Railroad company, at a spe cial meeting, authorized tho Ipsuo of $50,000,000 additional bonds. It Ib announced that tho Canadian government has decided to grant a bounty of $G per ton to encourage steel shipbuilding In that country. Iord Norton, who, as Charles Ad derly, took an nctlvo part In tho es tablishment of colonial self-government, is dead, aged 90 years. Letters and consular reports received In London from Van and other parts of Armenia, state that tho situation there Ib steadily growin...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 April 1905

Xi t.'i i o m i a ' S i 6 A I v fc ', Of Interest to Brain Workers. A mcdlcnl ninn who gnve evidence "In n London chancery division case testified a to tho connection between lrnln work and longevity In fi wn that charmed the lawyers and will charm other bioln workers. One-third of the laborors In rural districts, he Is reported ns saying, die of brain soften lng, and the average vcgetntlve rural laborer much earlier than the hard thinking lawyer, simply because hi brain, ruats from lack of exercise. Self-reliance. There Is a time In every man's edu cation when he arrives at the con victlon that envy is Ignorance; thai Imitation Is suicide; that ho musl take himself for better, for worse ns his portion; that though tho wide uni verse is full of good, no kernel of nourishing com can come to him but through Ills toll bestowed on that plol of ground which Is given to him to till. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Indian Matrimonial "Ad." Balm matrimonial advertisement: "Wanted A match for an Indepe...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 April 1905

aiiMJwJ8 s.jftfiS'-aeKr tv't'- . B-HAwiL'bi M HEMINGFORD. IKelth L. ricfco is fully iiuthorlred to i Mcltulrltitlon and Job work nnd collect mm) receipt for same, unci tmnonci hii otlior buslnw m connection with lit poMtlon rn nn accredited nwroMininttt o of this pupcr.) M. M. Delfllng wa ill town Mbnd.iy. Jolin Curran was in town Wednedt. J. U. llurlburt was In town Tue&dn Mt. V. 'Uiorp 1ms been quite lek this week C. A Dntlew was an Alliance visitor Monday. Mr., McCandless has not been bo well this week, Mrs. J.T. Carey came up from Alliance Wednesday. Fence post at cost, to cloie out. At H. R. Green's. 134 Ernest Olday and wife were up from Alliance Sunday. Dan Watson andC. M. Culner were in town Wednesday. Mrs. Luke Phillips was the guest ol Mrs. Eikncr Thursday. ' Harve Allison and family havo taken up their residence hero. The Seventh Day Advcntists held 'their .quarterly meeting Saturday, Thomas McCandlcss purchased a buggy from Us K. Johnson Monday. A. 13. Kay, of Marsla...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 April 1905

LINCOLN NKU "'"T'S fltato lllHlorlcnl Soclotr THE fcwii i wiin Official Publication of Box Butte County Largest Circulation of any Alliance Paper ; VOLUME XII, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, APKIL 10, 1905, NUMBER 17 m Vv ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, V' m if .w I i Slaughtering Cut-Glass " Fancy China The next thitty days we are going to sell everything in our China department' at Prices cut right in two A beautiful hand-painted dish, regular price $.oo, cut price Si. 50 Toilet Sets fancily decorated, 12 pieces, legular price f 10. 00, cut price S5.00 A real cut-glass pitcher, Star pat" tern,regularprice$3.5o,cuttoj!i.75 A real cut-glass table set 4 pieces, Star pattern; regular price 553.50, cut price Si. 75 Berry sets, beautifully cut: regu lar price S4.00, cut price. . . .S2.00 Six nice sherbcrt glasses, regular price $.2.25, cut price Si. 25 JK?By these prices you can see that we mean business. We do just as wo advertise. No dissap pointment will follow. I ockx)ooas i ns? THE HOUSEFUKNISHER...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 April 1905

j,MiWi'iimuffilliMjO aHftawMnWuu igiiminiiW wnxBiituiiawi'Wiw BSWyWrUM-'MI fnugjjjwl'i'-"f", m THE ALLIANCE HERALD W. 8. RAKER, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. Brief Telegrams Ellas Powell, colored, was hanged at Toxarkaha, Arlc, for tho murder of J. 0. Gardner, a whlto farmer, flvo years ago. A blooded Kentucky horso from West Tcnnc8seo arrived at Frederick, O. T., for tho uso of tho president during his hunt. Tho Erlo Railway company rtlcd. with tho secretary of New York n certlflrato of Incroaso of capital stock from 1177,000,000 to $107,000,000. Goorgo E. Hobcrts states that tho question or rato legislation has ab sorbed tariff rovlslon, nftor return from Investigation of sentiment In New York. Tho now cruiser HuBbcck, tho first turblno propollod vessel ot tho Gor man navy, ran hor trial trip from Klol to Swlnomunde, 180 sea miles, at 23 knots nn hour. A mnn apparently nbout 70 years of nge, supposed to bo Charles H. Simpson of Lincoln, 111., committed ndlcldo at- St. Louis by ju...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 April 1905

4'V' - DYSPEPSiAYIELDS A NINE YEAES' VICTIM HNDS A EEMEDY THAT CURES. For Tiro Tcnr Too Weak toWork Allnten Doctors Knil Trlrit to Chock Disease. Treatment That Surcs-etled. All sufferers from weakness or disor dors of tho digostlvo organs will rend with lively interest tho story of tho com pleto recovery of Mrs. Ncttlio Darvonx from chronio dyspepsia which was thought to bo incurable. " To bo ailing for uino years is not a very pleasant experience," said Mrs. Dnrvoux, when asked for somo account of her illness. " For two years I was critically ill and could not attend to my household duties, and at ouo tiino I was so woak oud mlscrablo that I could not oven walk. My troublo was chronio dys popsia. I bocamo extremely thiu and had a sallow complexion. I had no ap potito and could not tako any food with out sufforing great distress." " Did y6u havo a physician?" ' Yes, I took medicino from a dozon different doctors, but without gottiug any benefit whatover." "How did you get on tho tr...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 April 1905

Ui ! c s t PUBLISHED THURSDAYS. W. S. RAKRH Puhlishor Entered at tiic postoflice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mail as second-class matter. 3T The IIkralu is the Official Publica tion of Box Unite county and its circuhv tion is nearly twice that of any other AW liance paper. ADVERTISING 7 ATES: Display, per single column inch per month.... 5 Business locals, per line first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, per line .05 Legal notices at statute rates. Subscription, $1.50 per yoar in advance. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Miss McCrnckcn will open the tccn Cafe, Sunday. She is nn accomplish, cd, popular and well known caterer. Opening Sunday. ' Tom Watkins was over from Bayard yesterday, congratulating everybody on the now train scrvica on the Guernsey line. He says It's u good thine for the people in tho valley ns well as the pco plo of Alliance. Dr. Krcamcr, tho dentist has moved into new quarters over tho Norton store and now has a most elegantly equipped muf furni...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 April 1905

r VALUES THE FAMOUS THE FAMOUS Sole agents for Douglas Shoesm- Sole agents for Carhartt's Work Clothes BE CLOTHNO h 1 s , HATS! All Styles, All Qualities, for Men and Boys, 50c to $5.00 Fish Brand Slickers We bo'ught joo below the price. We offer them at $2 50 One to a customer. None sold to dealers. Boys' Shoes A New Dongola Bluchcr in the NEW TAN; worth 2,00; Our special price, $1 .65 A ? Handkerchief Special... We bought $0 dozen nice hemstitched linon hand kerchiefs, which are yours at 5c each BOYS' HOSE The kind that wear so well TWO PAIRS FOR 25C $ Men's Fine Union Suits Wilson Bros, fine Bal briggans, in PINK BLUE and ECRU At the low price of $1 IK PER uJr SUIT MARSLAND. ,1 No school on Monday, the teacher being sick. Harrv Horner's potato patch, which he planted two weeks ago, is not yet in bloom. A. b. Wier, of Chadron, working in the interest of life insurance, was in town Sat urday. Mrs. Laura Catlin, of Alliance, spent a day or two with her sister, Miss Owen, at this pla...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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