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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 September 1905

H tmmfrw PUBLISHED THURSDAYS. ; lit ,i rr ; tL.- :. - , -- sir; ;-rrr: T. J. O'KEEFE Publisher J n.' KN1ES.T Associate Editor Entered at tho postoflice at Allianco, Nebraska, for transmission through the malls, as second-class matter. W Tub Herald is tho Official Publica tion of Box Butte connty and its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per single column inch per month 50 Business locals, per line first insertion . to Each subsequent Insertion, per line .? Dlsplay advertising on first page, 50 per cent moro than on any other page. Legal notices at statute rates. Subscription, (1.50 per year in advance. Fusion Ticket. For Clerk D. K. Spacht For Treasurer C. V. Brctinan For Judge W. S. Rldgcll For Sheriff H. E. MacCray For Corner . .Dr. G. V. Mitchell For Surveyor ... .... John P. Hazard For County. Commissioner J. W. Christy 'WWVi'WWWJVWVWWiWWSWk SCHOOL NOTES Miss McConneU's room was taught yes terday by the supply teacher. Th...

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. — 28 September 1905

-s 'A f I? . mv i iA ' &" :f v$ Special Salesmen in Each Department. . E. H00ER3. J. D. HLANCHAR0. N. K. tlRVSOM At E. ROQGttS Lest You Forget WE AGAIN CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE OMAHA LIYE STOCK COMMISSION CO. We handle all kinds of stocks Write for our Market Letter and call when you are at the yards. f References: I Any Hank or Mercantile Agency. 1 Wt V - James C. Dahlman, Pres. and Mgr. Omaha Live Stock Commission Co. . 11. lll.ANCHAKI). Prcs. and MnnaRcr. Ed. Cahow, VicePrcs. 1 V 4-' t AiS , m m - V S i. lS " - ? " f f'l' j- $sEwt raft. J. W. Griddle, bec'y and Treas. The American Commission Company Live Stock Salesmen. iV Tt? . , ntDPPTnDC. 1 T Ph P&irmv. . WS-rt., '3R-' ' Vlillvr.l1 WU0( fl T aTaTalal inf anATr - ww... Si-v Vajliai, piUU,UUU. Cattle Salesman. '.1; T James C. Dahlman. Theo. Tillotson, f jJt " . Ass. Cattle Salesman ; Ed. Caiiow. So. Omaha & Chicago JimClarev, jbr ?, t - HE Salesman. ' '" J M Humphrey. ' Martin Cullerton, Jg, Sheep Salesman. "ft . ....

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. — 28 September 1905

&- The Alliance Herald T. J. O'KEEFE, Publleher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. An English physician discovers that cholera may bo wnrdod oft by wear ing a copper disc. About COO of San FranclBco's repre sentative men and wojnon attended a reception to Oovornor nnd Mrs. Folk of Missouri. '. Information from Torrcon Is that Governor Miguel Cardenas won the election over Senor Fuentes. Car denas had tho backing of President Dins. Tho Intcretnto live stock fair, the most successful In the history of Sioux City, closed vlast week, tho at tendance for tho week bolng nbovo 100,000. English spinners have started a movement to prevent manipulation of tho cotton , market, assorting much harm Is dono by artificial inflation of prices. Two privato persons have signed a bond for $500,000, tho largest ever filed In Milwaukee, to secure the re lease of Jacob Hoyl, arrested In a will contest Ilotlrlng officers of tho American board of commissioners for foreign missions of tho Congregational Church wero r...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 September 1905

a A " - ZM, ... )T t .- VJt - ' r S 55 : ft IP JAPAN'S RAILROAD PROPERTIES; TROPHIES GAINED IN LATE WAR iik -dtp & yiJtWYMrMjfc jfe&f W0 X JAPAN S YELLOW 5EA: J 4 EICH SPOILS OF WAR JAPAN8 GAINS TOTAL MORE THAN $600,000,000. Mikado Could Well Afford to Waive Question of Money Indemnity in the Negotiations for Peace Has All He Fought For. When tho Marquis Ito persuaded tho Mikado of Japan to waive the Indem nity and make peace with Russia, he was porfectly well aware, It is de clared now, that the concessions which Japan had gained wero worth far more than tho $600,000,000. It is also said to have been known that Russia would not pay any money, even if Japan lought for another year or more. Mr. Dennison, In an, interview with a Times reporter beforo he loft Now York for Seattle, snhi: "Japan has gained much more than she went to war for. The three essen tial points were the evacuation of Man churia, the return of Port Arthur to China, and the withdrawal of Russia from Korea."...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 September 1905

Stoves Stoves Stoves $ Stoves RE you particular as to the kind of a Stove you would use ? Were some one to make you "a gift j of a stove, "aricl riot to restrict you- to any one particular make, you would undoubtedly select .the - best stove to be had. ' You would do this With the viewof getting the stove with 'the points of! ad vantage over all others'. .". ' ' ." . " i ' ". " .i-.;.;- are show Now, why shouldn't you use the same good judgment, when you buy t'a 'stove? . 'We ,'ing ondun floor, what we think ai the VERY BEST lines of, stoves made; and, would ask your careful; consideration of them. f. -i , 4. -. .."Estate Oak1' Heaters .. The sale' on these heaters has been wonderful during the past seven years they , have been handled in Alliance. They have merit, hence, are easily sold. The mere fact that they have a large ash pan aud door to remove ashes through, appeals to every housevfife.rThe"ash-pit is jointless, made in one solid piece. The screw drafts and doors have ground...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 October 1905

t'r0LN NEB "Tta tr iiwutUiii Society i r - Official Paper of Both County and City Largest Circulation In Northwest Nebraska VOLUME XII, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1905, NUMBER 42 ' I H i szLml VWgv ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, V K S,:V V i' (i; In planing for this special sain we have, forgotten cost, in an en deavor to make this, the most popular sale wehavcever conducted. A glance at these offerings will convince you ot this fact. Taffeta Silk Waists that sold at from S4.00 to 5.50 Mercerized Vesting Waists that sold at from ; . . . 3.50 to 5.00 Mohair and Brilliantino Waists that sold at from. . . . 3.00 to 4.50 French Flannel Waists that sold ot from 2.50 to 4.00 In a variety of colorings and patterns in sizes from 32 to 42 will be placed on sale at $1.12 On SATURDAY, OCT. 7 Call and see these bargains, We are at your service. L. E. ROBERTS & CO. LIVE STOCK Commission Merchants SOUTH OMAHA, NEB. Reliable Market Reports, Good Service, Quick Returns. MR. L. E. ROBERTS gives...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 October 1905

WLTTEWELCOMED OFFICIALS MEET THE HOME-COM-INQ ENVOY. PRAISED FORJHS GOOD WORK In Ret-ponse to an Address the Envoy Says He Succeeded Because ot American Sympathy and That He Was Truo to the Emperor. ST. PETERSBURG M. WIUo ar rival licro Thursday nml wna nccordod a very hoarly reception by a largo crowd of oftlclalB and others. In a brief speech rcplyltiR to a welcoming address M. WIUo showed clearly that ho was dooply touched by tho wolcomo vrlth which ho was received. "When ho left St, Petersburg In July a small dolegatlou Qf ofllclnla accom panied him to tho railroad station to bid him farewell. Thoro wns no pub lic demonstration whatovor. Today thero wero sovon or eight times ns mnny officials desplto tho very early hour of tho train's arrival and an en thusiastic crowd of GOO to 000 pooplo was" prcsont. Among tho officials jiroscnt woro Baron Nohle, gonoral soc xctflry of (ho congross of mlnlstors; General Durnova, adjutant to tho min ister of tho Sntorlor; M. Wyshnc gradsky, fo...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 October 1905

M". i h i i I f -to- Resented Term of Reproach. In Russia, it seems, tho woraon no count It n kind of disgrace not to mar ry. A young Russian girl, who had not met a man sho cared for special ly, was reproached for her obstinacy by her mother, who in a At of anger called her an "old maid." Tho girl was bo hurt by this remark that sho ran away and entered a cloister. Alas for Mrs. Lo. A Washington dispatch says: "Tho Indian ia working." Yes, poor squaw. Send a Postal lor "B.ookefPrcscBlsJ Protect The Health of your families by insisting on Pure Food. When it Baking: Powder, it means a of health and money if you standard article of purity and effi ciency the wonderful KC BAKING POWDER An absolutely pure baking1 scientifically combined. 25 for 25 cents. Your grocer your money it you are isfied. Don't accept a tute I They are impure and a men ace to health. the standard of WINCHESTER iPtl "NEW RIVAL" BLACK POWDER SHELLS The most successful hunters shoot Winchester " New Rival " Factory ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 October 1905

DEADWOOD RAILWAY ITEMS. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS. T. J. O'KKKFK Publisher J. B. KNIEST ..... Associate Editor Entered at tho postoOico at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. 3T Tits Hsrald is the Official Publica tion of Box Butte county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of 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 .So Display advertising on first page, 50 per cent more than on any other page. Legal notices at statuto rates. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. State Ticket. xFor Supremo Judge V. E. HASTINGS, Wilbur. For Regents LOUIS MGHTNEK, Platte Co. D. C. COLE, Polk Co. Fusion Ticket. ' For Clerk D. K. Spacht For Treasurer C. W. Brcnuan For Judge W. S. Ridgcll For Sheriff H. E. MacCray For Corner....: Dr. G. W. Mitchell For Surveyor . . .. John P. Hazard For County Commissioner J. W. Christy VVV...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 October 1905

. young Woman's fame t "Tragedy That Followed Automobile 1 niu a iiiuiut When a young woman permits her name to becomo a bur-room Jest, she cannot worthily wear the numo of an honornblo man," Tho hospital nurso was weeping ns ehd uttered Hioho dramatic words, ana sho added: "Whoever the man was whom tho dead woman loved, ho ought to Imvo foreseen what un Influence his word? would have upon her life. She was constantly muttering; thoso words in her delirium and wien sho was con valescing, sho told mo her story, but she insisted that she could not get well, and honed that she might die repeating, and she did die repeating the state ment of the man whoxhad left her, be caiie, as he told her: , , "When a young woman permits tier name to becomo a bar-room Jest she cannot worthily wear tho name of an honorable man." , ,. . , 'I know her from her babyhood, u said venerable Sister Teresa, of the Holy Cross academy, as she adjusted the cross upon the motionless form of the beauti ful woman. ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 October 1905

SUPPLEMENT TO The Alliance Herald Dm. Sec. Amt. Twp. 28. It. 82. NwVi noy4 VS rei neVi nwVi 1 I II SVi nwVi nVi wVi 1 1 !) NwU nwVi nVi noVi , neVi nw4 1 nnd .... 2 2 10 8w4 2 2 16 no u 30 25 ncU 29 1 w ThomasJoto Bamardo Part nwU .23 Nt'U SO HWU -. 30 SeVi 33 Twp. 25. K. WH nwVi w4 HWU 23 8eU 23 Swii neU ni nwVi 1 03 npv ...30 710 neVi 3 1 W 1 W NiA of WA Jllook -'AS. 237 ran noVi nwVi 36 1.25 nwVi neU G2. ReV T. J. O'KEEFE, Publisher. I'art I'nrt e4i nnViZS l'n r I tHHe25 FRKND OF THE miFS'r no'i 36 90 I'nrt nwVi T. Amt. Des I'nrt Sec. Von. Swii .. Sea Amt. Den. Sec. Amt. SwVi 12 4 OS SeVi 12 4 08 NfVi 13 4 to Nw'4 II 4 08 Se"Vi 10 4 38 SWVI 21 2 14 HeU 21 2 14 NoVi .... 1 20 NwU 24 3 40 Twp. Ti, It. 50. SwVi 26 170 BwVi 27 1 70 ui 27 1 70 NwU 30 1 93 NwVi 34 170 HK.MINOKOnD. x-iiri nwVi ALLIANCE. NEBRASKA. IWU ffVt NOV. ..... ti m 1 ifaioiiiiiwawii"'"'''" w w Puy4..ij I'nrt nw',4 iii'V 36 12 36 I'nrt nwVi noVi 36 8 05 l.AKK 1'HKCINCT -SIMONSON'H ADD It. 11.-Amt, m w'imw s mmmwm ....

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 October 1905

17 K ' Special Salesmen in Each Department. R. E. ROGERS. . n. DLANCllAKD. N. R. DRYSON A. IS. ROGURS WE AGAIN CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE OMAHA LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO. We handle all kinds of stock. Write for our Market Letter and call when you are at the yards. Omaha Live Stock Commission Co. . II. IILANCUAItl). l'rcs. nnd Mutineer. lloforenccs: I Any Bank or Mercantile Agency, I HEMINGFORD. James C. Dahlman, Prcs. and Mgr. Ed. J. W. Griddle, Sec'y and Treas. Cahow, Vice Pros. The American Commission Company Live Stock Salesmen. DIRECTORS: James C Dahlman. Ed. Cahow. J. M. Humphrey. Capital, $100,000. So. Omaha & Chicago Ed. Cahow, Cattle Salesman. TllEO. TlLLOTSON, Ass. Cattle Salesman Jim Clarey, Hog Salesman. Martin Cullerton, Sheep Salesman. H. L.-Bartlett was in town Tuesday, . E. A. Hall was up from. Alliance Mon day. A. H. Hockct is in Hemingford with liis photograph car. Miss Mattie Christcnsen went down to Alliance Monday. Dixon Kcnncr and Sam Grass are in from the Ho...

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. — 5 October 1905

The Alliance Herald T. J. O'KEEFE, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEDIUSKA. News in Brief Tbo Bitlary of tho comptroller ot Now York Is $1G,000 a year, which Is 3 per cent Interest on IG00.000. The Unlversnllsts of Missouri will hold their stato convention at Lad ilonla, In Andrew county, October G to 8. Robert Goclct, tho well known Now port society man, has filed application for ndmlttnnco to tho bar of Rhodo Island. Dr. D. K. Pearsons has completed a cycle of gifts to colleges amounting to $3G5.000n 11,000 Rift for each day of tho year. Tho btircnu of tho Universal Postal union announces that tho next Inter national postal congress will bn held nt Rome during tho first week In April, 190G. The directors of tho Anaconda Min ing company declared a dividend 11.25 per share. Tho last provlous dlvldent was 7G cents a share, de clared Inst April, x C. M. Schwab having fal'tfd to mako a doal wltb tho czar's gpvernraont for rebuilding tho Russian fleet, tho big British shipbuilding firms havd boon...

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. — 5 October 1905

. rt UNION OF AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY SERIOUSLY IMPERILED BY PRESENT POLITICAL CRISIS EMPEROR FRANCIS JOSEPH. j . m 1 Tho political crisis In Hungary has reached a point where It seriously im perils the union between Austria and Hungary. Backed by a large majority in the house of representatives and an overwhelming popular sentiment, tho leaders of tho coalition party of Hun gary went to Hofburg to present to Francis Joseph the conditions upon which they would consent to form a cabinet and carry on the Hungarian government. The emporor-klng hand ed them an ultimatum In which ho demanded that they form a cabinet, but declined to grant any of tho con cessions they asked. The coalition statesmen refused to yield and return ed to Budapest, and Hungary still Is without a responsible government, as It lias been for some months. Tho strained situation can hardly last much longer without some decisive result It would bo a mlstako to regard tho struggle as one merely between tho emperor-klng and...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 October 1905

This Strong Iron Bed This Nobby Iron Bed (I.xoctly Like Cut.) Head end 6a inches high, foot end 45 inches high. 1 i-i6-inch posts, 4 feet, 6 inches wide, full length, nicely cn nmeled in white, bluo or jrccn, with gold trimming, slats free. Usually sells for f 4 50. Special price, $3.70 A fine bed for the price. This Sideboard (I'xnctly Like Cut.) Golden Oak finish, rubbed top, 42x21 incites. Base contains large linen drawer, two small serpentine front top drawers, ouo lined for silverware. Largo cabinet extending full width. Has nicely carved back, and 14x24 German Bevel Plato mirror, brass trim mings. Usually sells for S 20. 00. Special price, $16.00 IMHHbHHHIk. Alffll' i:. I UK. .- i v.' (Exactly Like Cut.) I i jlwii BBwiiiAimUl j 11 J 1 Lv . " fffi 1 r If T iWii T ii TT ill tSTmssBstsBKi Mil - IhmWMm (Exactly Like Cut.) Head end 58 inches high, foot end 43 inches high, 1 i-iG-inch posts, sizo 4 feet 6 inches wide, full length, heavy castings, brass vases and caps, nicely enamele...

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. — 12 October 1905

papr.ofBoth fAl I Jinfri IllrlwfSml I II C"'0"'" CM VOLUME XII, Y8 ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, VJP' NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1905, NUMBER 43 WWMMtMMMWWWMM"""WMM'lWMI,W" , . . ., - i... - ii' . mi.- I.. m i. . ! i..inn ,-,.,, . '"-' I i . i I Pf 3' i - 'r . yj4 . i" . - 'M i ,.v i L. E. ROBERTS & CO. LIVE STOCK Commission Merchants SOUTH OMAHA, NEB. Reliable Market Reports, Good Service, Quick Returns. MR. L. E. ROBERTS gives his personal attention to the classing . and selling of all cattle consigned to us and we have active and com- petent yard men to do the Filling and Weighing. WRITE US ADOUT YOUR STOCK; We may be able lo do you some good "vWvWA-vnr'? F.M. BROOflE Successor to Viicox Si Broomk i & U. S. Land Attorney Years of experience in the govern ment land omce as Keceivcr, . ciualifies him to attend to all bus iness at the U. S. Land Office in , a correct and proper manner. Correspondence promptly an swered and all business attended to promptly. A widely exten...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 12 October 1905

The Alliance Herald T. J. O'KEEFE, Publisher. ALLIANCE NEBRASKA. A "hopeful fooling" Is roporled from Wall strcot. Tho Iambs must bo stray ing back. Of courso tho truo answer to tho Question, "Why do mon wear corsets?" is that mon do not Now York Is to havo nn ologant now hotel, eighteen stories highwith prices, no doubt to match. Beforo wo decltlo that tho corset is not a good thing for men to wear, lot us soo how looks (a one. "If you nro woll, don't talk about It," Bays an advisor of tho people CorrectI And if you aro sick, forgot UI A noto announcing n sutcldo has been found In- a bottlo. Tho bottlo contains tho reason for many a buI cldo. A contemporary asks, "What is a swcot girl?" Can't nnBwcrj wlfo is looking over Bhouldcr. Now York Herald. To tho Occidental car an animated conversation between nn Austrian and n Hungarian Bounds In itself llko an overt net of war. Tidings from Manchuria aro rather f meager. All tho same, tho two great armies aro busy breaking camp and moving...

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. — 12 October 1905

& V u- fi?&' m-t: ui F'V,. ,v :? r 3 -4 U A J NOTICE OfTAX SALE ?tlce is horeby given tliat the follow ing serlbed lands and lots In Hox llutte county, Nebraska, on which the taxes for tho yenr 1&S remain unpaid, will bo sold at 'the Court llouso In Alliatice. Neb.. l"or taxes duo thereon respectively on tho first Monday In November, 1903, between tho hours of 9 o'clock n. tn. nnd 4 p. m. Daed at Alllanco this 1st day of Oc tober, 1W6. C. W. BRBNNAN, County Treasurer. BOYD FIIECINCT, Twp. 21, It. 47. Des Nwtt Befi NwVi SeU Nwtf All NeVi Nw'i . s'A Sec 4 ..zu M Nwi 8WH..26 NeVi awVi n seU .27 NwVi .23 NV4 8wtt BWU swyi.zs VJ 30 nw',4 nwVi neVi 6WM..30 NV4 se sett seVi..t30 NeVf 32 Nei nwU..32 SVi ne4 nVi sett 3.1 Nwtt 33 "VVV4 sett nV4 awU seU BW'.i 33 NV4 nett swtt. notf ne',i nwVi.3i SV4 nwi wV4 seU 34 SwU 34 Sw4 33 Twp. 25, It. SwU 5 SwU 9 EV4 " Nwtt 22 Amt. .2 33 5 90 2W 3 S3 4 65 3 92 1 63 .60 100 1 C5 1 50 677 385 3 05 2 30 6 10 9 16 2 64 2 64 14S 105 2 93 2 93 1 31...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 12 October 1905

.-. . .- c-vo-vn-vv,vvvvv RUMER'S Watch for our hourly sales. Every one of these sales are conducted at a sacri fice on our part and. is practically placing dollars in your pockets. A fitting climax to the scrips of bargain sales wo havo been' conducting during tho past few weeks. vVV-,'VVVVW'- FINAL REMOVAL SALE Bcjrmning today and continuing until Saturday, Oct. 21st, at which time we must give possession of our present location. Original cost and retail prices will K.t considered' durinc this sale. The more we sell the less we will be obliged to move. We have reduced the prices on our clothing and dry goods won derfully during the past four weeks, but this sale will eclipse any previous effort of ours or any other merchant in Alliance. We can qu ber of the bargains to be found in this issue, but it is sufficient to say that we are endeavoring to close out every vestage of our stock make this removal sale the crowning event 01 our mciuiauu. ra, quote but a limited num- and have de...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 12 October 1905

f k 1' f ' lit k: i v ? i' i- ,;t The Pioneer Grip GRIP PUQLISHlNQ"CO. ' i- i ALLIANCE,' NEBRASKA. ' t i ... i Tho Japanoso army Is Kalplng stead lly on its way, as tho irishman would remark. The man who says we do not know what to do with our money must bo a vegetarian. Jan Isn't tho only one who, Blnco the arrival of Uioro twins, is making music in tho Kubellk home. It Is stated on reliable authority that the horso which broke into a Cincinnati flat hod no family. Other thiftgs being equal, tho hap piest man In hot weather Is tho oce who doesn't know how hot it is. That was a sad death of Jim Cor bett's. He died of indigestion. Jim was a 280-pound Now York turtlo. Possibly Mr. Perdlcaris is at last convinced of the superior advantages of America as a place of residence. Tho Columbian university of Wash ington has changed its name to Georgo Washington university. Good swap! Pne of the Republican orators says that the problom now Is what to do with, our money. Speak for yourself, br...

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