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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 September 1905

, ;s' n r II ; If I? m i The Alliance Herald T. J. O'KEEFE, Publisher. ALLIANCE. NEBRASKA. Brief Telegrams Tho town of Snpalnx, P. I., wnt damaged by n tornado August 27. Bishop Nicholson of tho Episcopal diocese of Milwnukco, on account ol his ndvanced ago, consents to a coad Jutor. Sir .Ernest Cochrano of Dublin de nies that ho has any Intention of chal lenging for tho America's enp, as ro ported. Premier Bond has arrived In London to ralso a loan of 12,000,000 to be paid R. G. Hold for tho Newfoundland telegraph lines, Patrick Hnnloy, aged 22, a miner, was shot and killed nt Butto, Mont., by J. P. Barnes, a barbor, after a quar rel on Main street Roports on oil production In tho Texas district during August show a decrease as compared with July of wore than 1,000,000 bnrrols. Massachusetts stato census shows a Btnrtllng decrease in tho growth of population In tho last five years. Old maids are moro numorous and short age of Iho bean crop is a factor. Tho first freo Roman Catholic...

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. — 14 September 1905

f .F 1 5T ' t 'Tv f J Uv i K NEBRASKA STATE NEWS MaaaBHaBaaBBiMaBMaaaaaamanBaHiBnBaBnaBn NEBRASKA BRIEFS. Weat Point banks have deposits amounting to $600,000. Six parsons escaped from tho Lan caster county Jail by boring. Pat Crowe of kidnaping famo Is thought to bo in hiding In Omaha. From every standpoint tho Hamll ton county fair was a great success. Louis Alvls of Adams county has been adjudged lnsano and ordered to tho asylum. Tho largo barn of John Broady, east of Teknmah, was struck by lightning and burned to tho ground.' ' Arllo Rlttenhouso of Custor county -was accidentally shot while hunting. His wounds aro not necessarily fatal. ' Tho receipts of tho Beatrice post offlco so far this year show a net gain of $1,757.82 over tho corresponding po- rlod last year. Only $4,399 remains to bo raised to complete tho $20,000 fund to begin the erection of a now Young Men's Chris tian association building. j John Stengel living seven mlle3 cast of Kimball, was run over by fast mall t...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 September 1905

. ' iju ft&via. x - -4s. - ftnJUn Q J i! TOEi ADIKyffiflD PUBLISHED THURSDAYS. T. J. OKEEFK Publisher J. B. KN1EST Associate Editor Entered at the potoffico at Alliance, Nebraska, lor transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. n ? - ...,. "i -...- Cy Tub Herald Is the Official Publica tion of Box Bulte county nnd Its circula tion Utiearljr twico that of any other Al liance paper. ' ADVERTISING RAXES: ' Display er single column inch per ' " month ., Business, locals, per lino first Insertion Each subsequent Insertion, per lino .50 .10 .So Display advertising on first page, 50 per cent more man on any otner page. , Legal notices at statute rates. f Subscription, $1.50 per year In advance. t " Mrs. E. V. Alexander returned Sun day from Los Anoles where sho visit ed Iter daughter Nellie for tlio past ' four months. She enjoyed her stay there very much and saw many former Alliance peoplo, among whom were Mr. ojid Mis. Thomas Beck and the families of Doctor and Fred Smith...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 September 1905

rW J II H T s ft T Jrr lv '.. i !'".! r ,. kA B .' 4' it V 1 "& MEW GOODS FOR FALL, 1905 & AT FRED'S & Beautiful! New Dress Goods and Silks Exhibited 25 pieces of new Novelty Goods for school dress, in plain, figured or neat plaid. . .25c per yd. 75 pieces of new Dress Goods in all the new weaves, panama, mohair, Aveaves, serges, Henriettes, wool suitings, at 35, 50, 75, 80c. $1, $1.25, $1.50 per yd. 25 Dress Patterns One pattern of each. All new and nobby weaves; $5 to $10 a pattern New line of wash Toile Du Nord goods in neat dark colors, at. ..... , 12C New cheviots for waists and vhuts". in fancy stripes, lit. . . . 12C New linen warp suitings . . . 12Kc New flanneletts in fancy figures and stripes, 10-124 C New flanneletts, new and 'novel designs, in Japansese, Victoria and fancy stripes. . . . 12-15c New Outing Flannels-A big line to select from THEY GO AT 8-10-12c PER YARD. NEW UNDERWEAR FOR FALL At a Price You can SAVE MONEY Ladies' fleece-lined, cotton ribbed ve...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 September 1905

I M THE TREATY Brief Text of Some of the Articles of the famous Document PORTSMOUTH, N. H.Tho pcaco treaty opens with a proamblo reciting that his majesty, tho emporor, and au tocrat of all tho Russians, and his ma josty, tho emperor of Japan, desiring ,to closo tho war now subsisting bo tweon thorn, and having appointed their respocttvo plenipotentiaries and furnished them with full powers, which woro found to bo In form, haVo como to an agreement on a treaty of poaco and nrranged as follows: Article I Htlpulntes ror the ro-es-tnbllslitnent of pdoce and friendship be tween the sovereigns of tho two em pires and between the subjects of Rub nla nnd Jnpan. respectively. .Article II Itl majesty, the emporor or Russia, rocoRtilzea the preponderant Interest from political, military and economical points of view of Japan In me empiro o i Korea, nnu bmpumios that Russia will not oppose any meas ures for lt Rovornmont, protection or control that Japan wllldeem nccossnry to talco In Korea In...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 September 1905

i) W: & 'a LIEUT. F. S. DAVIDSON. PE-M-II STRtMGTHERS THE ENTIRE SYSTEM. F. 8. Davidson. Ex-Lieut. U. 8. Army, Washington, D. C, care U. 8. Pension Office, writes: "To my mind there Is no remedy for catarrh comparable to Peruna. It not only strikes at the root of the malady, but It tones and strengthens the system In a truly wonderful way. That has been Its history In my case. I cheerfully and unhesi tatingly recommend it to thoso afflicted as I have been." P. S. Davidson. If you do not derive promptand satis factory results from the uso of Peruna, wrlto at onco to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your case, and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis. Address Dr. S. B. nartman, President of Tho Hartman Sanitarium, Colum bus, Ohio. W. L. Douglas 3&3SHOESa W. L. Douglas $4.00 Clii Sdgo Line cannot bo equalled atany prlco. fssx. EtablUhed . c, w fjrif. JnlT,76. 1 w.L.onimi &s makes ANn sells ' MORE MEM'S S3. BO SHOES THAN ANY OTHER MANUFACTURER. $...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 14 September 1905

cn-"W'tt:'TtiHfc-'',ttvJ'J4J'. tHj-, IL Bfl Glove Clearance In order to close out what gloves we have, before our new line arrives, we offer all gloves at special prices. $1.65 Gloves at $1.39 1,50 Gloves at 1,29 1.25 and 1.35 Gloves at. .. . LOO Zhe IDorace jBogue SHofe "TRADE WINNER" Palace Liveiy Bam S. H. DESOH, Prop. one 1U.0CK west OP Good turnouts, strict attention to our business, the new zuinden and courteous treatment to all has won for us the miii.MNG. '!honc. excellent patronage we enoy. Try us. NELSON JTLlCXOHIDXa FIRE INSURANCE AGENT REPRESENTS THE fOLLOWINQ INSURANCE COMPANIES. Hartford Fire Insuranco Company. North American of rhlladolphla. Phoenix of Ulooklyn, New YorU. Continental Of Now York City. Niagara Firo Insurance Company. Now York Underwriters, Now York. Commercial Union Assurance Co.. London See F. E. estate. Reddish for loans on real 27-tf For Sale Five hundred bushels of Red Turkey Winter Wheat for Bced. Zbiuden Bros. 73-tf. ZBINDEN BROS,, .DEALERS IN.. ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 September 1905

1 1NC0LN NEB -lJ wSSSSum"1 Society TOllf . Official Paper of Both County and City V VOLUME XII. W ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, v NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1905, NUMBER & V 1 Norton'sFor Autumn Wear! In the new arrivals you will be interested to see the advance showing in Auturn Silks, Dress Goods and Waist Goods. Here you can rely absolutely on being able to find the very newest weavas and colorings, the very latest designs, and at prices that will be found right in every instance. We offer these specimens. Arnold Broadcloth Suitings , 35c Velour Mohair Suitings . . ". G5c Mohair Melange Suitings . . . 65c Cravenette Cloth Snitings $1.00 Mohair Shirt Waist Suitings 65c Fancy Shirt Waist Patterns 65-75c In this department we are offering the largest and most complete assortment we have ever shown in beautiful colorings at from 8 to' 15c. -rw5 OUTINGS AND FLANNELETTS u L. E. ROBERTS t CO. LIVE STOCK Commission Merchants SOUTH OMAHA, NEB. Reliable Market Reports, Good Servic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 September 1905

A TORNADO Disastrous Wind in Nebras ka Attended With I Loss of Life 1 BURWELL, Nob. A tornado struck this part of Qarflold county Friday ovonlng, killing, Mrs. E. D. McKln ney, aged GO years, and Injuring many others, though not seriously. Flttocn rcsldencoa and flvo business houses worojdofltroyed by tho wind and barns and outhouses were scattered over tho pralrlo: Tho dead: Mrs. E. D. McKlnney. Seriously Injured: Frank Hornlck, Mrs. Leopor, Mrs. Dlnnell. It had rained tho greater part of tho day. About 4 o'clock It cleared off and tho sun shono brightly for a couplo of hours. The heat wns in tenao and tho atmosphere loaded with "humidity. Shortly boforo C o'clock a bank of clouds rolled up In tho southwost and moved along rapidly. As thoy ncared town thoy seemed to tako on n green ish huo, rolling and tumbling like tho waves of tho sea, As tho storm noarod town It assumed a whirling motion and darkness seemed to coma on In almost an Instant, broken only by tho forked flashes of li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 September 1905

ffH S- U. 8. SENATOR TOWNE Credits Ooan's Kidney Pills with a Gratifying Cure. Hon. Charles A. Towno, ex-U. S. Senator from Minnesota, brilliant or ator, clever business man, brainy law 'ycr, whoso national promlnenco mado lilm a formldablo candldato for tho presidential nomination In 1904, writes us tho following: Gentlemen: I am glad to en dorso D o a n's Kidney Pills. Tho romody was ro com mended to mo a few months ago when I was feeling misera ble; had severe pains In tho back; was rest less and lan guid; had a dull headache and neu ralgic pains in tho limbs and was otherwise distressed. A few boxes of the pills effectually routed my ailment and I am glad to acknowledge tho benefit I derived. (Signed) CHARLES A. TOWNE. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For salo by all v dealers. Price, 60 cents per box. 1 A man seldom makes his last if his father mado it fist. money REMEDIES USED BY MILLIONS Truth About the Popular "Proprietary Medicines." The recent campaign against the use of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 September 1905

Ta vf'-wj'"iflr. Ijr- v msjiRAU) PUBLISHED THURSDAYS. T. J. OKEEFU Publisher J. 13, KNIEST Associate Editor ' Entered at the postoOico at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. VST Tiitt Herald is tho Official Publica tion of Box Butte county and its circula tion is nearly twice that ot any other Al liance paper. ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per single column inch per month. .. . . ,50 Business locals, per lino first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, per lino .Co Display advertising on first page, 50 per cent more than on any other page. Legal notices at statute rates. Subscription, Si. 50 per year in advance. E. Rccd returned to Perry, Iowa, Sunday, Mr. and MrB. B. V. Reeves aro re joicing over the birth of a son, born Sunday. Dr, and Mrs. Koons were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pattison at Lakeside Sunday. Mrs. A. H. McLaughlin came down from Marsland Monday on No. 42, re turning on 43. Mr. and Mrs. James Curry of Nonpareil precin...

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. — 21 September 1905

iS AluanceHerald. s"uriiJE33ivd:E33sr,z? Whole Number. XII ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA, SEPTEMBER 21, 1905 Number 40 1 HE tvswr I LEE ACHE SON I ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. I BOYD & BARKER, fkltoi'imyN lit Liiw .. ALLIANCE, Nl'.DKASKA. Collections given Prompt Attention. HMITII T. TUTTIiE. lltA K. TA II. TUTTLE & TASH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. REAL ESTATE, North Main St., - ALLIANCE. NEII J. E. MOORE, M. D. rLnTCIII.II lll.OCK. ALMAN'Ci:, NKU. Calls unsworcd from ofilco day or night. Telephone No. tti. H. H. BELLWOOD F. E. CLOUGH PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Ilolstcn Ilulldliifi. - ALLIANJi:, NKH L. W. BOWMAN, PHYSICIAN and ' ' SURGEON. Omcavln First National Hunk block. AIM uuco Nebraska. DR. G. W. MITCHELL, I'hyMclan line Surgeon Day and nlglitcallH. Ofllee over lloguo Htorc. Phono 150. DR. GEO. HAND, IIO.M i: OP A Til IC I'll YSIOI .Jf AND SURGKON Formerly Intorno llnmeujiathlc llos- puu ftal University of Iowa. Phono 251. Ofllee oer Alliance Shoo Store. Night calls answered from ofllee. FREY & BA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 September 1905

f The Palace Meat Market Notice ! ' THE FALL CAMPAIGN is now coming on, and I wish to announce to the public, tliat I am out as a candidate this fall for the office ' of Flour .In spector, andI wish to say right here, that if I am elected I will give you the best there is for the next two years or until my successor is elected and quali fies. My platform is the.5-I2: OKE3wA-DE, and I wish to say, that all other candidates, whether they be nominated on the' publican or sinners' tcket, will stand no show of being elected, unless they have this plank jn their -platform this fall. For further in formation in regard to this platform, call on Llbhy, the Grocer 210 BOX BUTTE AVENVE ALLIANCE, NEB. chairman of the county central committee. -See to it that your candidates are filled with 5-ZSZ O J3JJ.iuZkv biscuits before starting out. Yours for luck, General Manager. Are You Going to Paint This Fall? It will bo a good fall to paint. But it will bo a good deal better to paint your houses, bar...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 September 1905

" 'fW.W: rT SruciAL Salesmen in Each Department. R. K. ROGERS. J. D. ULANCIIARD. R. DRYSON A. B. ROGERS Lest You Forget WE AGAIN CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE OMAHA LIVE STOCK COMMISSION GO. Wc handle all kinds of stock. Writo for our Market Letter and call when you are nt the yards. AnyHankorMercauViioAffcncy. f Omaha Live Stock Commission Co. f. It. IU.ANCHAHl..lrc9. nnd .Manager. NEW GOODS FOR FALL, 1905 AT FRED'S Beautiful New Dress Goods and Silks Exhibited n si " ? s 'i i f I K N I It James C. Dahlman, I'res. and Mgr. En. Cauow, Vicc-Pres. J. V. Griddle, Sec'y and Treas. The American Commission Company Live Stock Salesmen. : Capital, $100,000. Salesman. TllEO. TlLLOTSON, Ass. Cattle Salesman So. Omaha & Chicago Jim Clauey, Hog Salesman. J. M. Humphrey. Martin Cullerton, Sheep Salesman. DIRECTORS James C. Dahlman. Ed. Cahow. Buy Feeders on Orders, Both Cattle and Sheep South Omaha, Nebraska. REFERENCES R. G. Dun & Co., Bradstreet, or Any Bank. Special Attention Given to Fe...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 September 1905

J- a The Alliance Herald T. J. O'KEEFE, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. Brief Telegrams Moro than ilfty veterans of tho Moxlcnn war attended Uio Missouri as sociation meeting. President RoosovcU will visit Now Orleans In October, ns planned, de spite tho yellow fovor. Tito railroads and freight handlers at Chicago aro trying to reach ngreo tnont and avert a strike Flro did $150,006 damngo to tho Fcathcrstono Foundry and Mabhlno company plant In Chicago. Secretary of Stnto Housor of Wis consin says ho will not ontor tho ra,co for tho nomination for govornor. Ovanofskl and General Fuluishlmn Blgncd an nnnlstlca In tho plain near Shnkhedcz, after negotiations had been conducted for nlno consecutive hours, Tho Spanish government has ad dressed an cncrgotlc protest to Mor occo an the result of nn attack made on a Spanish ship recently by Moroc can pirates. John Wlllo and Cub Ruhlln posted forfeits at Salt Lako for tho match to como off on September 28, the (Into having been mado ono day l...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 September 1905

i Forty Pies a Minute Baked by Machine Over Fifty-six Hundred Turned Out in a Day Fifty thousand, six hundred pies In each tweuty-four hours, or forty every minute, is the astounding record of a Pittsburg baker. Tho feat Is accom plished with tho aid of a machine. It 'will bo advantageous to both the man-! ufacturer and the consumer to tho former becauso It will lessen the num ber of operatives and the expenses of conducting the business, and to the latter becauso tho pies can bo bought tar blow their cost at the present day. Another claim Is that cleanliness Is j assumed in tho manufacture and that tho product Is an wholesome ns the best "that mother used to make." Two machines aro used by Mr. Lou Is, the Inventor, in his process. In tho The Machine by Which the Pies are Filled and Receive a Top Dressing of Meringue. ilrst tho crust la formed and baked and in tho second tho filling is put In and covered by a tempting layer of meringue. Tho first machine is the raoro interesting of ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 September 1905

iOCS - i- ft- li !? f 1(5- 2jJ IK. tii S l f IV A NEW LOT OF THE CELEBRATED Douglas Shoes $3.50 Dress Shirts A fine new line regular $1.00 values, 75c Canvas Gloves Good and heavy; regular too kind; for io days only 5c The F" a m o u s Men's correct clothing for autumn with all new style -features-$" UR lines of suits and overcoats as made by Hart,Shaff ner & Marx David Adler & Sons, and the Sterling people cover the entire clothing field. Qurclothing will satisfy men of most exacting Fleece-Lined Underwear Extra weight, i pounds to the garment; silk trim med, pearl buttons, well made, at 50c Soys' Stockings made from special spun yarn, extra heavy, high est type of American manufacture. 25c .OUR JACK RABBI T Corduroy Pants $1.25 taste. It won't take a fat pocket book here. All our various lines repre- sent the best obtainable attheirrespective prices Suits from 3.95 to Overcoats from lo We are showing the most beau, tiful lino of men o overcoats at very low prices. Our new ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 September 1905

LINCOLN NEB --$171 Htniu lliatoilcul Society , Ai I. Official Largest Circulation In Northwest Nebraska Paper of Both &JiCdunty and 7 City - VOLUME XII. r Hit - NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1905. NUMBER 41 fc. ..'- V K M.W J "V ' , ' Wal 1 jp&ot wii , "l. I I , ,11 s. ' VWgv ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, 8 y i Nortonys?Pr Autumn Wear! in the new arrivals you will be interested to see the advance showing in Autam Silks, Dress Goods and Waist Goods. Here you can rely absolutely on being able to find the very newest weavas and colorings, v the very latest designs, and at prices that will be found right in every instance. We offer these specimens. Arnold Broadcloth Suitings 35c Vefour Mohair Suitings 65c Mohair Melange Suitings : . . . . 65c Cravenette Cloth Snitings i . . .' $1.00 r Mohair Shirt Waist Suitings 65c Fancy Shirt Waist Patterns . 65-75c In this department we are offering the largest and- most complete assortment we have ever shown in beautiful colorings at from ...

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 September 1905

ARE GUILTY Four Packers Given Pines for Conspiring to Take Railroad Rebates CHICAGO Four ofllclalB of llio Schwnrzchlld & Sulzberger Packing company ot Chicago woro fined an ag gregate of 125,000 by Judgo Humphrey In tho Uqltod States district court hero Thursday. Tho fines followed a pica ot guilty to Indictments charging conspiracy to accept railroad rebates. Tho defendants wero Samuel Welt of Now York, vlco president of tho com pany; B. 8. CtiBoy, traffic manager; Vnnco D. Sklpworth nnd Chess E. Todd, asnlstnnt trafllc managers, Mr. Well was fined $10,000, tho other three $5,000 each, nil fines wero Im mediately paid. With tho entering of tho plea tho declaration was mado that unless at least otic of the enses Is Immediately settled tho llfo of Samuel Well, who Is vlco president of tho company and Is ono of the defendants, Is In Jeop ardy. Ho is said to bo a nervous wreck and fears wero entertained for his llfo if ho had been allowed to con tinue under tho strain of trial. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 September 1905

- 1. Jf B W. L. Douglas 3i?&3-S SHOES tA W. L. Douglas $4.00 Clil Edge Lino cannot bo oquatlod atany price. mmimmi ""''. r it, vy ssskss fcMJjv'if Established ssF&j JnlyMsW. ,w.r .nmiai as mmkfs ano atTLLS ' MORE MEM'S SS.JIO SHOES THAU ANY BTHER MANUFACTURER. $10 (inn KtfARB tsanyoMwha ean iU Uvl ditprove this statement. W. L. Douirlas S.I. SO ihoM have bv their ex cellent style, easy fitting:, ond uperlorwearlnj: qualities, achieved the largM? tale ol any f 3.50 shoe In the world. They are lust as pood n thoe that, cost you $5.00 to $7.00 tne only dllference la the price. II I could take you Into my factory at Urockton, Mass.. the largest In the world under one root making; men's fine shoes, and show you the care with which every pair of Douglas shoes is made, you would reallie why V. U Douvlas $3.50 shoes are the best shoes produced In the world. If I could show you the difference between the shoes made In my factory and those of other makes, you would understand why Doug...

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