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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 November 1902

. i,ii irln ill i tl. . faTiTi ii Ji(l n,jn ii iinilild) Wiiilntn-fc'iM n nil t jf ft4 - 1 ih. i o o o Jl o o X o X o J o X o o X o X o X o X X o X o X HoonooKooooioonoKOKoj J Nothing to conceal It is truo that wo uso no destructive chemicals or injurious methods in our work. Nothing to Bpot, streak or Tado tho cloth. Nothing to cat up tho fabric or render it un sightly. Everything to Reveal You You are invited to in x snect even' step taken by o yourlaundry from marking to bundling. Then you will know why your linen ? is always clean, pure, white, perfectly glossed, and has tho general appearance ot of being well laundered. Alliance Steam Laundry OOOOOOOOOOOO" -lllltl-----A--A--ivAA--J For a Full Line of.. AND Staple Fancy Groceries s n That Can' Che Real In Town,.,. Queens ware, Tinware m Enameled ware OALU ON. iDjyp i ZBINDEN BROS,, .DEALERS IN Flour i Feed. "Home Comfort" Flour Ib Our Leader. Try It.,,,. 'PHONE 105. WEST BIDE MAIN STREET ALLIANCE. NEB. W. M. FOSKET, t .u.ctiora....

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. — 21 November 1902

6k 14 & f GREAT FIRE LOSS ARMOUR'S 8IOUX CITY PACKING HOUSE BURNED. DAMAGE NEARLY A MILLION Every Building and Much Finished Product Consumed Inadequate Pressure and Apparatus Rendered Fire Department Helpless. SIOUX CITY, la. Armour & Co.'s packing plant, which occupied four acres of tho Btock yards and valued at J900.000, was totally destroyed early Sunday morning by a firo which atart d on tho second floor of tho fertilizer building and 1b thought by Managor Lennon to havo been due either to spontaneous combustion or to an im perfect dryer, Tho loss is partly cov ered by ?721,500 Insurance. Six hun dred men arc thrown out of employ ment by tho lire. Within an hour after tho flro was discovered by a watchman, six streams of water were being thrown upon tho fire, which was gutting the fertilizer building, which was 120x60 feet and four stories high, but tho pressure was inadequate. Tho floors and con tents of the building burned liko chaff. Tho roof soon fell and tho flro b...

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. — 21 November 1902

?- -woih tumm to tmmm4wm t MXMXXXMM .,.-...,rtt f ITS NO SECRET The Boys' School Shoes. OF COURSE. We have been and are now doing the MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING BUSINESS of this section. Never "before in Alliance or surrounding country have the people had the chance to see such an up-to-date line of w FAMOUS i 2 0 IK MEN'S T&.ea&a-o-"JDfc&Y CXoWvvu We are specialists in our line and we have gained suprem acy solely upon the merits of our goods and our reasonable prices. We have won it by employing the most modern methods, ammunition and armament of the latest and finest qualities, and our small-calibre prices have done the rest. EVERY LINE WE CARRY Superlatively the MMmMmm 'iiKfilSw imam Best. Erii 4,1"- Jin -x -K 2, ir- )Dc axe vc So& 3.$fl,s ot Wvc leet ot Standard Lines. Goods that need no advertising: from us, as they are adveetised in all the leading papers and magazines in the country. How Do These Money-Savers Look to You 1 vetrcoate anb Suits. y v V Good Durabl...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 November 1902

t,4fMwfc vrP w . t utMtttMMM uuuuuttumuiuuu & ITS NO SECRET The Boys' School Shoes. Ipo&rvgi A OF COURSE. We have been and are now doing the MEN'S AND BPYS' CLOTHING BUSINESS of this section. Never before in Alliance or surrounding country hae the people had the chance to see such an up-to-date line of 60M 'AMD SVifefeS5'"?3C355tfL FAMOUS -- -Crtt , AGS' j ' b&?Jt MSS5 Wli - IN Jl MEN'S ,6aAn-to-"10eav CVotViuv We are specialists in our line and we have gained suprem acy solely upon the merits of our goods and our reasonable prices. We have won it by employing the most modern methods, ammunition and armament of the latest and finest qualities, and our small-calibre prices have done the rest. EVERY LINE WE CARRY 39IEmi.VflSS.'W V.vl Is Superlatively the Best. jW&W iff-. OA "Ke & ooAs fi'KS, "G& ato Wv& So& 3l&wte far & lest ot Standard Lines. Goods that need no advertising from us, as they are adveetised in all the leading papers and magazines ...

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. — 28 November 1902

rytm zr& -f-W$M-t4 Herald. X WK MAKE A BPKOIALTY V OrHIQH CLASS COMMKH- P OIAL PRINTINS. 8PLKN- OFFIOIAL PUBLICATION OF BOX BUTTS COUNTY AND ONLY DEMOOftATIO rAPRR IN THK OOUNTY. X nir n a it? AMh vttsssr bim i o v rtift t irt y -H4H-H-S,K-K :H-JH-$-3,-HH ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA? FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1902. VOLUME IX. NUMBER 49 Alliance 1 I H r Kl w V - Ami, rX E ri Ft w rv Groceries. Why not get 5 some nice, iresh 2 Fruits and Groceries at Our Store. Largest and S best assorted stook in Northwestern Nebraska, Prices are right. Quality the best. We want g your trade. I Alliance Grocery Co. John .Stetter was a Crawford visitor Tuesday, j., A thing ol merit is a joy forever. "Golden Gate." Mrs. W. A. Manchester returned Tues day from a few days' visit at Lincoln. Mrs. Zollinger's condition is very critical and there is little hope for her recovery. attending to busi- the first of the was Mitchell Minnesota High Grade Fancy Patent Flour, "Richelieu." The Best Flour on E...

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. — 28 November 1902

H $4m.$h$$-m4 The Alliance Herald. s:jj-HHts-t-j OFFIOIAL PUBLICATION Of BOX BUTT OOUNTY AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER IN THK OOUNTY. Wc MAKB A 8PK0IALTY : or HIGH CLASS COMMM s CIAL PniNTINS. SPLEN - DID PRE88EH AND TYPE $ JJ5J H-:K:4H'$j:-Ht VOLUME IX. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1902, NUMBER 49 v'I'Vt ? I WVVVW! v M tn fN i h ' Groceries. i Why not get I some nice, iresn 5 Fruits and Groceries at I Our Store. I Largest and S best assorted J stock in 5 Northwestern Nebraska, Prices are right. 1 Quality the best. We want 2 your trade. i Alliance Grocery Co. i Minnesota High Grade Fancy Patent Flour, "Richelieu. The Best Flour on Earth. Sold Only by... LEE ACHESON. in Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house. , Be sure U C C. & C. and see their stock of saddles. Collins & Morrison, saddles, always in ia stock at Clouoji & Collins. For Sale About noo head of ewes and 600 lambs.- Mike Elmore. Sheridan coal, Canon lump, nut and Aker's coal V. James. Any sto...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 November 1902

1 MRS. HAROLD STAGG. X Copyright, 1800 mid 1881 by MMHWM CHAPTER tl. Harold, who was fond of quaint characters, fotlnd himself smiling. "Did you know my brother-in-law?" ho asked, by way of drawing out his interlocutor. "Oh, yos; every one know tho pro fessor," was the answer, with a Judi cial deliberation. "Ho won a flno man, tho professor was; a trlflo flighty In his notions, according to my lights, and not always knowing as to which sldo his bread was buttered: but a real Christian gontloman, and taking points from no ono in his busi ness, too, though ho did plank out a good many dollars In them patents of his, that never showed him no profit, and that would ha' como in handy row, I reckon, for thorn that's loft That's a flno girl of bis J sho favors her father, too. Going to stop long?" Tho driver as ho asked this ques tion drew up boforo a medium-sized house of old-fashlonod pattern, gabled nnd of weathor-beaten shlnglo color, with a vogotablo garden on ono sldo. "Only a. few h...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 November 1902

fit i T M 4 fey o o o o o o o o o o o . o o X -. o X o o X o o o. X o X o X X o X o X Nothing to Conceal It is true that wo uso no destructive chemicals or injurious methods in our work. Nothing to spot, streak or Jade the cloth. Nothinc to oat im the fabric or render it un sightly. Everything to Reveal You are invited to in spect every step taken by your laundry from marking to bundling. Then you will know why your linen is always clean, pure, white, perfectly glossed, and has the general appearaaco ot of being well laundered. X o X o X o o X o X o X o X o X o X o X - o o o o o o o o o o oooooooooooo Alliance Steam Laundry .A AA..A.................. 1 For a Full Line of... AND Staple Fancy Groceries 4 j That Can't ie Real in Town.... S&! 2?; Queensware, Tinware ,, Enameled ware CALL ON. A. D.Rodgers 'tTTttTfT. ZBINDEN BROS,, .DEALERS IN. Flour i Feed. "Home Comfort" Flour Is Our Leader. Try It..... 'PHONE 108. , WEST BIDE MAIN STREET... .. ALLIANCE. NEB. W. M. FOSKET, -A.-ULC t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 November 1902

mitfi&tssi- ?).., -?VMrvmmmm9frfBWxrw!m -r,.lrtU -.liW.MJiWfc.. ticorgo Darling tho furniture Dealer Q I h u ) ? :., 7 ' 5 'VN" j. j. j. Tmwi4 Sfesii totveUr4, ") I ' "VOWV -Mt. TMf a. A t'AHLB IN VRRSU. Hank Smithers was a genial cuss who never sought to pick a fuss, but went about in smiling way to do his duty ev'ry day. Ho thought it was man's placo to mix In the turmoil of potties, but ho was wise enough to seo the wrong in animosity. He stood for what he thought waa right and fought for it with all his rafght, and whooped It up with might and main in hopes a victory to gain. But Hank refused to have belief that each opponent was a thief and said: ""they're wrong, as I contend, but bent upon an honest end." " So, when election day camo 'round it found Hank Smithers on tho ground; and all day long he worked away in hopes to win out in tho fray. Ho did his duty, voted straight, and homeward went without a "skate," turned into bed and look a snooze, then early rose to get the n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 November 1902

.M. "SVvoMxvdi v& 'MDovU... VH "VDoxU, "VDtUUw &vttaVa mv& SwVwVotVa WW WW WW WW WW ViAi WW VW WW 'W. 'WW ' I Vancouver, . c, Nov. i, 1902. I arrived in Vancouver yesterday j'from Seattle at 17:50 o'clock, or 5:50 ip. m. according totho mode of measur ing time recognized in the United States. In this poscssion of Great VBritain the bothersome a. m. and p. m. are out of fashion and the twenty-four 'hour system has posscsison of the -feld. Hence, a printer would be guilty of tantology to permit a wedding invi tation to appear with the words "twenty o'clock in the evening" for twenty -o'clock can come at no other time than ' in the evening. I have no criticism to offer on the system, and would be ;pleascd if it were adopted in the states. Here I received the first mail since my departure more than two weeks ago, -and I assure you it did me a world of good. A letter from Capt. F. M. Dor rington, register of the U. S. land office, read as if in had come from any bishop of any...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 November 1902

ifMBttKMiaAKftto, yljm.:-J.ZL..ii.m.v-SSSr.r II W.W.Norton's Large Department Stored - $10,000 W W.Norton's Large Department SVore. lAorth of Vlerohandise .. - ' , V .1 In Xhirty Days Means an EXTRA EFFORT on my part. This I will do by making such low prices on these goods that it will move them. In October I did the biggest business we ever had since I came to Alliance. I want to make this the best month of the year. You always get good goods and the best values at this store, but during this sale I am going to sell you good goods at such low prices that you will always appreciate it. Sheriff state. US Uy tlrtuo of an order of mile ImucJ by iho clerk or the district court of lloi Hptto rounty, Ncibraska. upon n dercce rendered by said court In favor of HoX liutta oonuljf, plaintiff, "d ajralnnt rrcderlrk V. KniK Mm, Krnif. Ida wife, ilrst nnmo unknown, linrgndtuo McKlt trick J)rr Goods coinpituy.and Hajs Moad & Itfco aro defendants, 1 will on tho lstb day of December. A . D. 1K...

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. — 28 November 1902

. u Jj IC ' - ',- Jp"i f lOGETTOGELHER MINER8 ANDiOPERATORS TO SET TLE THEIR DIFFERENCES. THE COMMISSION ADJOURNS Disposition to Avoid Prolonged eHar Ing of Cause Ten Per Cent In crease, Nine-Hour Day and Trade Agreement. i SCRANTON, Pa. Tho miners and mine owners havo agreed to attempt to adjust their differences without tho aid ot tho Btrlko commission. Tho reposition was mado on a compro mise basis, and negotiations, It Is ex pected, will at once bo entered upon, with a reasonable hopo ot settlement. Tho proposition which is to form tho basis of negotiations, comprise three points. 1. A 10 per cent Increase In wages. 2. A nine-hour day. 3. A trade agreement between the men and their employer. ' Tho only ono of tho fbur demands not touched upon is that of weighing coal by tho legal ton. While both sides havo expressed a willingness to settle- their differences among them solves, this does not necessitate tho acceptance of tho torms proposed. They aro only mentioned as a basis for ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 November 1902

AKt&HtMmmam2mmamHammmmwmm jSRaBBESCSr-, e1NlEifeelMlke1Mll4lte1fcj tlLVLSJiULMJUJUMVLtUiXMJUAA &&&&SVl&&a&2&Ui&&VZ!i&&&S I fit MURDERED! Boys' School Shoes. I W 1-4 I- FAMOUS Since our advent into the city of Alliance there have been many closing out sales of Hen's Clothing and thus far, strange to relate, only one has closed out. We have the Purchasing Power to undersell either the real closing out sale or the fakir. We have "let slip the dogs of war" and the cry of havoc resounds in all departments. Remember We Discount AH Other Sales, All Kinds of Competition Look Alike to Us. Compare Prices with the others Hen's Sox Hen's Overalls - 1. Jumpers Knit Gloves Leather Gloves Calf Gloves Engineer and Firemen's Sisterhood GIovcc Winter Weight Underwear Men's Cheviot Overcoats Hen's Long Ulsters Men's Heavy Sweaters . Men's Arctics , Men's Shoes Boys' Knee Pants These prices are subject to change We can afford to sell any article w...

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. — 5 December 1902

ftMtu I 'HHLVi' J-M 'mi ..OFFICIAL PUBLICATION' OF. BOX BOTTK COUNTY , AND ONLY OEMOCRATIO 8 PAPER N THE OOUNTY. . THE HKRALD HAS THK $ LAOQEST CinCULATlON OF ANY ALLlANOE PAPER !s PRINTS ALL THE NEWS. .;.;..j.::..;: OLUME IX, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5..1902. NUMBER 50 k r to ' -.;i ALLIAicS' HERM.D . ' - w r , r i j 1 or v' 4 ' K x Ifh" ' i ? . '& 'p h- r J' k .- Wf: j&. fife Was K ' K"'-' mm .? Groceries. i free With Each J COMBINATION X One Decorative Plate l 1 I J 35 lbs. Sugar, best . ...Ji.oo J 3 cans June Peas .30 a 3 cans Cream Corn.. ....... ,30 J 50 lbs. Select Flour. . . , 1.30 J 81 lb. Japan Ter, best Co 10 lbs. Prunes 50 1 5 lbs, Oat Meal, bulk 25 J 2 -x lbs. Best Rio Coffee. .-. 45 2 lbs, Mixed Nuts ...,. .40 2 ' 5 i, Total............. $5.00 " Above Combination No. 2 for X Cash. Everything guaranteed first- 9 class. No changes allowed. Look at our Xmas display. I Alliance Grocery Go: Minnesota High Grade Fancy Patent Flour, "Rich...

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. — 5 December 1902

X fSi . i .. - ill wmmmmmmmmmm mmmm 'j .. j i - i in ii -n-i r-" ""a " S)T,.INU3 WITH WHITE FEET, rhyolclan Claims They Promoto Ease ". nnd Will Cure Ills. A jjliyskfan In u published Intor--lowV Bast iho Indianapolis Journal, urges that tho woarlnR of stockings with whlip teot will do more to pro moto eaao In wnlldrR and relievo fool Ills than nnythlre olio tjo he susfiest" od. Socks or BtaoktogB of cotton or Hslo thread In baci hind tl.o feet and mako thorn swell, ho rsays. no matin' how fine and opnn thoy ma? ho. Tho black dyo with tho hard timid of tho 'Isle vurloty is 'a comblratlon that Is particularly torturing to tho feet, Tliln," unbleached halbrljrran ho roc-jmmonds.- Preferably thf whole sock ir stocking may ho white, Ht at least no Toot should he. A t'itt'-. or caution, a added that now cotton her as-well as all new. cotton tinder" -"-"nts, should bo washedtbofora I'' Torn, to toko but tho bIzIur use 1 by tjeanu-facturcrs. Yellowstone dear's Are Tame. Numbers of .bears '...

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. — 5 December 1902

- i Ju &C v- , ? X tif I ;j li v ? ti X: t h i . ' f) Y ''- ivt r - &:- 'Vy w- -. -, T I Wo wish to introduce our work into every homo fn Atliance and to do this wo will sill for a . limited timo ONE DOZEN of our very finest $4.50 Photos for $3.00. ' Our canvassers willcall at every homo in the city with samples and tickets which will bo sold for 50 cents, the balance being paid at the Studio when tho sitting is made. Positively no tickets will be sold at tho Studio. The greatest care will be taken in making these Photographs satisfactory in ovcry particular and hope a large number will take advantago of tho unusual offer. ALLIANCE ART STUDIO, Successor to Mark's Studio. C. R. FULLER, Proprietor. A. C. BINQHAH, Pianos, Organs Sewing Machines. Baldwin, Crown, Capen, Victor, Sweetland, Bush & Girts, Ellington, Bingham, Story & .Clark, Valley Gem, Hamilton, Howard and Estey Pianos. Office One and a Half Block 1 11 it 1 ank Alliance Bowling Alley, W. S. RIDGELL, Prop rie...

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. — 5 December 1902

iW, SVW.ia.uca C,CTaU. i?r,& PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. "orfloiol Publication of Box outte County, r' (EDITOR Knlt-retl at th Pontonlcd nt AllhihCP, Nolirii8kn,,(U eoconu-uioss ainu juimer. i s imtk or nuascniPTiON. , loryertr(ln ndrnnco) !.60Thr6omonUm'. ...,40 cent Six months. .. 75SamplocopIcsfrooUinnynd(lre8!i, CET" AflTcrtlsIhir rates roii'lti known on implication I'BnsmENT RoosEVttt,T'8 Mississippi bear hunt turned out just like all of hts trust busting expeditions. TiloSiMississippi bears ought to be ashamed of them selves, "t . ruwij Hakuv LtHaAY, chairman of the republican stato'qom mlttec, has ambitions higher than any appointive state office, e wants to bo United States district attorney. He ought, to; have it. Considering what he has done-much of whj'clr no man making any particular professions of hon esty would do Lindsay is entitled to whatever he asks for. '.' ,! The Fence Problem In ttrlet. ' Tho Dayard Transcript in an article in its last issue tersely tells the fa...

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. — 5 December 1902

!;l t H l 4i . k r V A " !- '.T , Vi ;';.-'--: -r' i , & y , f 1 Ft .- e ; KtawpWs "B&$ $ 3.Vty.V.a, . Ttmm& &pttaVt fax Vi V.ttiU, Ti A BIRO FROM FAR BOX BtlTTK. lo was a Bos Butte turkoy, corn fed arid plump and young, he kind of. turk whoso virtues rare by ! rru(a tinvn tiMin Mintf. V ,Vith juicy thighs tied to his breast and wings pinned to his side, iNo fairer sight by mortal eyes hath ever lxpn esnved. his plump and juicy Box Butto bird in season came to hand, lAnd basted well and stuffed with care ho loomed up great and grand, nd when we left tlip dining room with well contented groans (The only thing left of that bird was his well polished bones. Ve carved him and we ate htm, we laughed with joy and glee; The way he disappeared that day was pleasant for to sec. ,Ve sliced his breast, we carved his thighs, wo scraped his royal back; His gizzard and his heart succumbed lo our combined attack. Cranberry sauce upon his flank, and mince pie in his wake, And other ...

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. — 5 December 1902

i.i. .in m dmiiii' itrnin m j" ""Ju.ra. SSZT-iiTiFli! !iSP?&P wn -if - lutmmwwmmmm llwwww W.W.Norton's Large Department . Store. . Aorth of Vlerohartciise In Thirty Days Heans an EXTRA EFFORT on my part. This I will do by making such low prices on these goods that it will move them. In October I did the biggest business we ever had since I came to Alliance. I want to make this the best month of the year. You always get good goods and the best values at this store, but during this ale I am going to sell you good goods at such low prices that you will always appreciate it. Remember that on Dec. .31, at 8 p.m., I WILL GIVE AWAY $251 worth OF Gifts TO MY PATRONS. A ticket will be given for every dollar in cash that you pay into our store, whether on purchases or paid on account, entitling the holder to a chance on prizes worth from $1 to $100, .. . ' LADIES', MISSES and CHILDREN'S CLOAKS. S5.65 buys Ladies' Coat worth $8.00 $0.95 " Ladies' ? Coat worth $12.00 S2.95 " Ladies' Jacket,...

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. — 5 December 1902

x & "u , , ' i 4t zt ? ;i h . i r Hi "P o ' o o o Q o o jr o o Jt o o o Jl o jr o Jt o JS o X -o Jf o j Lockwood's Art Display I At these prices ALL can Our Furniture and House Furnishing stock is TUB LAROKST AND MOST COMPLETE STOOK in the city. Our "Prices and Terms" are so reasonable that any can afford to have NICE FURNITURE. Call and see our SPECIAL STOCK of fine Furnituto and Knicknacks that arc" arriving daily for our Holiday .trade. Hrtf irtcnprtirur OI OUR Prices you will readily say "it Ooic f TnSrlf99 jppppp'ppp- -& Alliance Cash Meat Market. - ONE DOOR SOUTH OF OPERA HOUSE. Fresh and Salt Meats, FISH AND OYSTERS Cash Paid for Hides 'l.AlHRRRSON& STRTTRC ARE PROPRIETORS OP THE . ' ' Finest "Wines, Liquors and Cigars. s . - Agenfor FItED KKUG BREWING CO., SELECT CABINET, EXTRA PALE and Other Popular Brands. . IF'a.KCLil'sr Z?xLd.e Solicited. . - i i Goods Delivered td any part of the city. Come and See Us. Phone 136 Dray and Transfer Line. M them The only spring...

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