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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 June 1905

. , -jvHMtttri jm r - T immSmfflfkM?3&&N WWMttt. i5SHftWs5 lit Jk AaveNte- aUl v Mm& TJfe-Ji3Mt .JS jna,t, ,. - -.jgpXAtO&i-U- .w M.t-tC3fpgi.Jllf IiKT'i'H" BARGAIN BULLETIN 5c Boys' Work Shirts 0iiiXiVimii3mV!n!misH,xi3isxT.miaa itvmHi i iM'wwi'iifMi 'iHrntgjaBgag UNHEARD-OF PRICKS Q 9c Boys' Bib Overalls $1.00 Men's Working Pants 39c for Good Fast Color Shirts for Men's riuleskin Gloves 25c for 3 Fine Silk Bow Ties 25c for a Laundered White Shirt 19c JSr. A Lot of Boys' Knee Pants Broken Sizes $1.50 CSe of Boys' Suits $3po for Douglas Shoes NEW GOODS TAKE ADVANTAGE OK THESE LOW PRICES THE FAMOUS A STORE FOR MEN! 307 Box Butte avenue. 2 doors south of P. O. ME said it tvire and we say it again: If old goods were re deniable in gold coin, we would have to pass. No old goods at any price. Spring of 1905 is stamped on every garment. See the goods. See the Goods, They are much better than the Ad. cloth 1 NG FOR HEN AND YOUNG MEN.... we arc showing the handsomest line of...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 June 1905

u ai tmnmmmBmmmmm tSk-Ul I'M.1.' .'Ill ' '-W i ' tJ ' ' II I'JWJi WliiUWIIIBWUIWMffia. IM'JJUJilU'JaX'-Jicrr' ' cIMWWWinM)liMM LWChi., . BARGAIN BULLETIN I MHWjoMaBBsgMiCiaHU 15c Boys' Work Shirts 19c Boys' Bib Overalls $1.00 Men's Working Pants 39c for Good Fast Color Shirts 25c for Men's riuleskin Qloves 25c for 3 Fine Silk Bow Ties 25c for a Laundered White Shirt IbrC pair. A Lot of Boys' Knee Pants Broken Sizes $1.50 SE of Boys' Suits t'NHHARD-OI-' l'RICI S ON NEW GOODS TAKE ADVANTAGE OK THKSK LOW PRICES THE FVIMOUS A STORE 307 Box Butte avenue. FOR MEN! 2 doors south of P. O. ME said it o-ire and we sa it again: If old 'roods were re- oVmable in gold coin, we would have to pass. No old goods at any price. Spring- of 1905 is stamped on every garment. See the goods. See the Goods, They are much better than the Ad. CLOTHING FOR HEN AND YOUNG MEN.... we are showing" the handsomest line of Spring- Suits we have ever shown. Every new weave and color is in onr stock. A Big Showing of ...

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. — 8 June 1905

i.lM HI is Nl.U Official Paper of Both County and City Largest Circulation In Northwest Nebraska VOLUME XII. NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1905. NUMBER 25 Wgv ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, j , & PIANOS AND ORGANS We are Agents for the Marshall & Wendell Habart M. Cable Emerson Steger Schultz and Kingsbury Pianos. These are all high-grade pianos and known to every .one in Alliance. Call and see our late shipment of pianos. Terms and prices reasonable. &;&;3B&2&&& A&& ockjooo&s THE HOUSEFURNISHERS who sell Furniture and all House Furnishings CHEAP. Local Market Report. Eggs 15c Butter 25c Potatoes 25c The Steam Laundry wants a good girl at good wages - right away. BUSINESS LOCALS. Another car of Puritan flour, the best flour in the city, at A. D. Rodg ers 0999 (?) hats, 25c, Norton's. Buy feed and flour at Pilkington's. House Cleaning. Can supply ,the services of a thorough and experienced man for general house k cleaning. Phone 139. Geo. Darlin...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 June 1905

fHED l-U (ll.iN ,N. Largest Circulation in Northwest Nebraska i'v r VOLUME XII. NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1905, NUMBER 25 0 Official Paper of Both County and City " ' '" Jg ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, j , ii PIANOS AND ORGANS We are Agents for the Marshall & Wendell Habart M. Cable Emerson Steger Schultz and Kingsbury Pianos. These are all high-grade pianos and known to every .one in Alliance. Call and see our late shipment of ' pianos. Terms and prices reasonable. cmtm&lih'mLtm S&2&2!& ock30ood.s THE HOUSEFURNISHERS who sell Furniture and all House Furnishings CHEAP. Local Market Report. Eggs ... Butter... Potatoes. 15c 25c 25c The Steam Laundry wants a good girl at good wages right away. .r BUSINESS LOCALS. Another car of Puritan flour, the best flour in the city, at A. D. Rodg ers QQQQ (?) hats, 25c, Norton's. Buy feed and flour at Pilkington's. House Cleaning. Can supply .the services of a thorough and experienced man for general house ' cleaning. Phone 139...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 June 1905

'MtmhTi&inimHmmammmKm ynwwmn MAM Mmmtir,irMiin w 4iirawi -WT " St -UTr.,. r! aiuiijutu,M'Aimiuj.uiMJUtf,ia.iJJiau THE WRONG WAY TO WALK Inelegant and Slovonly Gait Noticed All Too Frequently. Walking-one of tho most popular nnd beneficial cerci6es Is well dls ctiBBOd In Good Housekeeping: Very stout or slouchy pooplo allow tho nbdomon lo "load." Brnln work crs, worriers, nil norvous nnd physi cally uncultivated poople, lot their heads lond; tho hand Is furthor ad ancod thnn nny othor part of tho por tion Dyspeptics whoso thoughtB ero centered on tholr stomachs, often un consciously lend with the wnlst lino Just ovor the offeudlng orgnn. Oc casionally a weak-willed pcrBon per mits tho knoos to lead. When a thin, bad wnlker moves rapidly, thero often seems to be a'rnce between noso nnd hupoH, and you wateh to boo which will arrlvo at tho goal first. When a young woman's skirt nnd a joung man's trousers show n bulging tiape over tho knoos, tholr owners nro lending nodentary llvos o...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 June 1905

0 1 MISS MARIA DUCHARWE. Every Woman in America is Interested in This Young Girl's Experience. 11 -ill PELVIC CATARRH WAS DESTROYING HER LIFE. PE-RV-NA SAVED HER. Miss Maria Ducharme, 182 St. Eliza beth struct, Montreal, Can., writes: "I ara satlsfled that thousands of women suffer because they do not real ize how bad they really need treat ment and feel a natural delicacy in consulting a physician. "I felt badly for years, had terrible pains, and at times was unablo to at tend to my daily duties. I tried to cure myself, but finally my attention was called to an advertisement of Peruna in a similar case to mine, and I decided to give it n trial. "My improvement began as soon as I started to use Peruna and soon I was' t a well woman. I feel that I owe my lite and my health to your wonderful medicine and gratefully acknowledge this fact. " Maria Ducharme. Address Dr. llartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Oliio, for f i eo medical advice. All correspondence strictly ...

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. — 8 June 1905

a.sJSR.-w.S'. t-i ",'3ifei!W,tiKgi;iSK-JnwSjje immiivtaKMfiKwmi!tms,-)xt! - 'iJOaj. A -i" ' - - "V M iu I i PUBLISHED THURSDAYS. W. S. RAKER Publliher Entered at the postoflice at Alliance, Nebraskn, for transmission through the mails, ns second-class matter. C3T Tun Herald is the Official Publica tion of Uox.Butto county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. Tub cwir of Russia lias asked the mikado of Japan Ins terms for peace, through the medium of tho United States and France. Toon's tendor solicitude for tho wounded Kojcstvonsky, is as admir able as was his aRgrosslvoncss to put tho Russian out of business. Tim state of Nebraska has lost ono of its oldest and best friends in the death of oxGovornor Robert Furnas and tho Statu Fair Association has lost its patron saint. Tubkw arc still a few womqii who should know better, Jhat porsist in wearing hats during entertainments at churah and elsewhere, to the an...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 June 1905

4 r k? i S: -w JQHN PILKINGTON Grain, Flour and Feed AT THE OLD STAND. ,.1177 not be undersold.. In Everybody's Mouth! Newberry's Line of Buggies. Prices lower than ever before. Style and fnush unsurpassed. Road wagons from ?a8. to S85. ' . Top buggies from $40. to Si 00. Spring wngons from S50. to Sioo. Freight on buggies from Omaha to Alliance is S1.51 per 100 lbs. And from Chicago to Alliance it is S2.71 per too lbs. We are prcpatcd to meet any and all prices on the best as well ns the cheapest buggies. See them at -fsNEWBERRY'S Ts ICLSON ITJL,lGrrOinCT2, v FIRE INSURANCE AGENT REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE COMPANIES. Hartford I'iru Insurnnco Company. North Amerlcitn of I'JiltndotpIilu. Phoenix of Ulooklyn. Xow York. Continental of Now York Olty. Niagara Klro Insurmico Company. New York Underwriters. New York. Commercial Union Assuuinco Co., London Dray and Transfer Line. 1 w Phone 139. ZE?a,la,ce Livery Barn S. II. 13ICSCII, Prop. oni: irt.ocK wi:st 01 tiii: xr.w zmndun liC...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 June 1905

I mmammma mlhimm m SiMmi 0kmmmM,itthiiktimtmtimuiihuvimmjmimKx:t Urn THE ALLIANCE HERALD W. Bs RAKER, Publisher. ALLIANCE. NEBRASKA. News in Brief Tho speaker of tho houso of com mons, tlio lit Hon. William Court dully, has resigned. Ho haa been 111. Tho Wisconsin assembly passed a bill taxing telegraph and telophono companies on an ad valorem basis. Tho mayor of Omnlia. after flvo months In Arizona f6r tho benefit of his health, mcantlrao being married, has returned to his post of duty. Justlco Maddax In Brooklyn, In tho suit of Franklin B. Lord, Issued an order enjoining tho mutuallzatlon of tho Equltablo Llfo Assuranco Com pany. Tho Prosbytorlan gonoral assembly after lively dchato referred tho re port on tho forms of worship back to a special commlttco to report next year. Itlchard Hlgglns of Peoria was found not guilty of tho murder of Mrs. Thomosson, who was brutally beaten by him because of relations with his father. Secretary Morton hns received in formation that tho origina...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 June 1905

WEAKNESS GONE NAVAL- HISTORY OF RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR BEFORE THE LAST GREAT BATTLE DESPERATE TORPEDO ATTACKS UNNERVED RUSSIAN CREWS GREAT NAVAL CONFLICTS' OF THE PRESENT WAR. Feb. 8, 1904 First attack by tho Japanese on the Port Arthur squad ron, the Russian battleships Retvisan and Csfarevltch and cruiser Pallada being holed by torpedoes. Feb. 9 Cruiser Varlag and gunboat Korletz practically destroyed at Che mulpo, Korea, In a battlo with Ad miral Urlu's ships; Russian command ers return to harbor with their ves sels and blow them up. Feb. 9 Long-range bombardment of PortArthur by Admiral Togo, the Rus sjan battleships Poltava and cruisers Diana, Novlk and Askold being dam aged. ' Feb. 14 Japanese destroyers torpe do the Russian battleship Boyarln. March 10 Engagement botwecn de stroyed flotillas, one Russian destroy er being sunk; Port Arthur forts and town bombarded. April 12 Japanese flotilla lays mines outside Port Arthur harbor en trance despite sharp resistance. ' April 13 Russi...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 June 1905

; -vPVm. 'r -,steiSs"v Tfl-flKLVr -ynBWttf-1"' - Is? 3 i $ l i n ih .. GRAND LTi 5r rH 4th o July CELEBRATION ! At Alliance, Nebraska Everybody invited to participate in the grand est celebration ever given in Western Nebraska. Read the following program and see the great amount of entertaining features in store for all who attend. tf sasggsg? nxm &3!fi ' prog rah; National salute of ioo guns at sunrise 0:30, grand concert bv 10th Cavalry Hand 10 o clock, hose race, hub and hub. lothe winner $25.00 10:15, wet test fire department. Prize, $15.00 10:30, oration of the day at opera house, by lion. W. R. Akers, and patriotic songs by a chorus. of nicy voices t o'clock, public wedding in front of opera house, $2 1:30, awarding the prize to the largest family driving to Alliance; $25.00 Awarding the prize to the family driving the greatest distance to Alliance; $2.00 All contestants to register with secretary before 1 o clock p. in. 2 o'clock, ladies' exhibition riding. Three to enter...

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. — 15 June 1905

I'NroiN NED " 7n & i&FJrpsi !'i'" Lai Soclctr I Ef?i I? Largest Circulation in Nort Invest Nebraska VOLUME XII, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1905, NUMBER 26 V - Official Paper of Both County and City Wg ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, f w V fr . W-4? ' A 'V " '.i 'I- '- r. V 7 "V 0 : - 1 THE FAMOUS Introducers of Fashions for Men and Boys The RAMOUS TOHORROW WE COMMENCE OUR ANNUAL , THE FAMOUS The Store that Sells America's Best Goods at the Lowest Prices. BAD CHECK GRAFTER JuneSale hum and iou is C i THERE is no short cut to permanent success. The safe road lies along- the line of common sense, integrity 'and enterprise, fortified by the faculty and the nerve to do the righ't thing at the right time. In starting this Big Sale we know the time is ripe. Now is the accepted time to buy that 4th of July suit. This is a sale of Fine Merchandise culled from America's Greatest Manufacturers, including such makes as Hart, Schaffner & Marx, David Adler & Sons, and the well and f...

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. — 15 June 1905

SE v THE ALLIANCE HERALD W. 8. RAKER, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. Brief Telegrams An carthquako In Japan and n hur rlcano In Natal cost mnny lives. Tho Now York Contral plans to re duce tho sckedulo of man' trains. Kid McCoy, tho famous pugilist, has choson a wealthy widow as his wlfo. Bonjamin F. Marsh, congressman from tho Fourteenth Illinois district died last week. Failures In May show a decrcoso over tlioso of tho corresponding month ft year provlous. The prosldont has appointed ns bcc and lieutenant of Infantry Pickens E. Woodson, of Texas, formerly of tho Rough Itidcrs. x A street fight occurred on a public equaro at Belgrade Sorvla, botweon former Promler M. Paslc and M. Nil colics, tho minister of Justice. Mrs. W. A. Edwards and Jasper Dunn liavo been arrested nt Independ ence Kan., charged ,wlth tho murder of Mrs. Edwards' husband In October, 1903. Marshall Robort occupies tho moro or loss onvlablo position of being tho only nntivo born American who over bocamo an ofllc...

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. — 15 June 1905

fl TMI1 7 A , L t 1 It i 3 :t n 1 A V v & 4 ij xwWfofcftojWfyW wyw For the A health to the man who docs hla work The best that ever ho .may. Who Been his duty nnd does It well As he labors from day to day, And takes what comes, be It good or bad, With never n. word to say. There Is plenty io do for all who live, And the work must be well done, Thore are rich rewards for some to gain, And prises thiit may be won, And mucr that Is good and swtct In life For the really earnest one. A'health to the man who goes his way And does the best ho can do. With a trusty heart anU a cheerful smile, And a faith that's stanch and true; For there's lots of good for a man Ilk that As the world he travels through. jT M m m a m m m 3T JY. (Copyright, 1905, by Tho vlllago of Rawsonvllle knew what was going to happen a week or so before It came to pass. Aunt Sarah Hicks, relict of Earnaby Hicks, had received a letter to the effect that her sister In California was dead, and that her sister's only chi...

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. — 15 June 1905

Tw l'Um.ISHED THURSDAYS. T. J. O'KEEFE Publisher Entered nt the postofhee nt Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. tfiS" Tnu Her alo is the Official Publica tion of Box Dutto county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. ADVERTISING HATES: Display, per single column inch per month 50 Business locals, per lino first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, per line .05 Legal notices at statute rates. Subscription, $1.50 per yoar in advance. Hack Into the Harness. After five months' rctiicmcnt from tlio tnannKomont of Tun Hp.kalu, we again find our9olf back at the lielm of the craft, liaviiiR purchased tlio plant, Bubsciiption liBt, etc., Tuesday. For ton years we lmvo weathered the Rales of the tioivspapor sea, ami vh(le nt times "tlio storms ware wild tuul the waves run liigh",tlicro has ever funded in our tr that swcot rcfrrnn which is only Itaanl by the newspaper man who has boen qvcrcomo by the siren's son...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 June 1905

pf- I y. . I w V te "i JOHN PILKINQTON Grain, Flour and Feed AT THE OLD STAND. ..Will not be undersold.. aMwflMj'IjMjTTy;T via yffiftil In Everybody's Mouth! Newberry's Line of Buggies. Prices lower than ever before. Style and finish unsurpassed. Road wagons from $28. to $85. Top buggies from $.o.- to ?ioo. , Spring wagons from $50. to $100. Freight on buggies from Omaha to Alliance is Si. 51 per 100 lbs. And from Chicago to Alliance it is $21.71 per 106 lbs. We are prepared to meet any and all prices on the best as well as the cheapest buggies. See them at $NEWBERRY'S f is islson jrjLiicronisTa FIRE INSURANCE AGENT REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE COMPANIES. Hartford I'iro Insumnco Company. North American of I'lillfult'liuilu. I'liocnlx of Uloolilyn. Now York. Continental of Now York Olty. NliiRuru Flro Insurance, Company. Now York Underwriters. New York. Commercial Union Assurance Co., London Dray and Transfer Line. w them The only spring dray Phone 139. Palace Livery Bain S. II...

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. — 15 June 1905

. nfrjggvinimii wtm. mmut' ym.j ny il 3! TENT TREATMENT FOR TUBERCULOUS INSANE Superintendent of Largo Eastern Hospital Has Demonstrated Its Efficiency A. B. Macdonald, L. L. D., M. P., modlcal Buporlntondent of tho Manbat tan Stato Hospital, East, gives a graphic account of tent llfo as tried under his direction for a largo number of Insane consumptives. Tho follow Ing oxtrnctB aro from hlB paper In tho Directory of Institutions and Societies dealing with "Tuberculosis In tho United States and Canada": That consumptive lnsano patients may bo kept, and treated, to their ad vantage and Incidentally to tho ad vantage of their fellow-inmates, in canvas tents, and throughout tho Bev erol seasons of tho year, has boon demonstrated In tho recent history of tho Manhattan Stato Hospital, East. Tho experiment upon tho success of which this claim Is advanced has cov ered a period of forty months. Tn all hospitals for tho insane tho In mates aro classified according to tho form of mental distu...

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. — 15 June 1905

TWO OPEJUETTERS IMPORTANT TO MARRIED WOMEN lira. Maty Dlmmlck of Washington tolls How Lydla E. Pinkham'o Vogotablo Compound Mado Her "Well. It la with great pleasures wo publish tho following letters, ns thoy convinc ingly prote tho claim wo have so many times made in our columns that Mrs. Plnkhnm, of Lynn, Mass , is fully quali fied to pi vo helpful advice to sick women . Bead Mrs. Dimmlck's letters. Her first letter: Hoar Mrs. Finkliam : " I have been a sufferer for tbo past eight Tears m 1th a trouble which firet originated from painful menstruation tho pains mere excruciating, with inflammation and ulcera tion of tho womb. Tho doctor says I must Lave an operation or I cannot live. I do not want to submit to an ojeration if I can possi bly avoid it. Please Mp mo." Mrs. Mary Dlmmlck, Washington, D. C. Her second letter ; Dear Mrs. PlnMiam : "You will remembermy condition when I lost wrote you, and that tho doctor said I must have an operation or I could not livo. I received your k...

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. — 15 June 1905

-r- J JK4-!I -- r -- - acmK c - .. i if. i-pr . - t a. rac n zv t- tl,-& i ?-isrsciosr. Bedspreads Spring Jackets 4.50 Covert $, 3.50 6,00 " ...... 485 6 Jo' " ? 5.25 ONE LOT Shirt Waists 50c to $1.00 ONE PRICE . 7 40 PAIRS Lace Curtains worth from $2 to $4, at "one price -v $1.79 AH Men's Hats at 25 per c. discount. For flen 75c Spreads 65c 89c Spreads. . . . 75c $ 1. 29 Spreads $ : 05 2. 75 Spreads 2 30 3.00 Spreads 2 65 3.50 Sreads. ......., 2 85 25c Hose Supporter .... 15c 15c Black Hose 9c 25c Fancy Hosg, 3 for 50o 50c Lace Lisle 39c 12.50 Taffeta. . .. . 1000 I;. I 20.00 r 17.35 w rfc mmmpmmmmmmmm 1 , Staples Best Calico 5c 28-in. Percale 7c 34-in. Percale 9c Amoskeag Gingham 6c 8-4Unbleached Sheeting-200 42-in. Pillow Tubing- 17 ioc Drapery 8c v r ,v All Linen Table Damask Cream or White 49c per Yard. SOME GOOD THINGS For Little Money. Sunlionncts 25 busliel box of Hats for. .25c 25c 9999 ') felt hats, wool hats, fabric hats, sea grass lints, straw hats nnd hats for 25c e...

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. — 22 June 1905

MNCOLN NED me 111 '" tl Sodctr If Official , Paper of Bo, County .and City i Largest Circulation In Northwest Nebraska t VOLUME XII, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1905, NUMBER 27 . lk x i ' i i i p - - IRMI r- J ALL1ANLE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, V THE FAMOUS Introducers of Fashions for Men and Boys The FAMOUS To TOriORROW WE COMMENCE OUR ANNUAL THE FAMOUS The Store that Sells America's Best Goods nt the Lowest Prices. s MIS am b'C nil 'riTl.R.'R i? nn ;lirrt- rut- tn nprmanpnf cnrrpcc Tlio ofn mA 1ic lnnn. .!.. t:.. r . . - -- - -- .w r.......w..v w-w.v.w.-. ....v. .,, ivjih.1 113 uiuu liic niiu ui summon sense, intcjntv ci 1 i -v.. ,u.u t..v- ..v.i,v, W jw luu uyiiL UUIJJ5 iii uie njfiu iime. in starting' tins liig bale ye know the time is ripe. Now is the accepted time to buy that 4th of July suit. This is a sale of Fine Merchandise culled from America's Greatest Manufacturers, including such makes as Hart, Schaff tier & 'Marx, David Adler & Sons, and the well and favorably known...

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