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The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, October 10, 1912, Image 1

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HUlorlcal Society cp
Gives all the news of
Box Butte County and
City of Alliance.
The Alliance Herald
Largest circulation of
any newspaper in West
ern Nebraska.
VOLUME XIX
ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912
NUMBER 44
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BEGINNING NOVEMBER 1. 1912
WE WILL SELL
COAL FOR CASH ONLY
At the following prices, delivered in the city:
Colorado Lump - $8.40
Colorado Nut - 8.20
Sheridan Lump - 6.00
"Cash" does not mean 30 days, but payment with order or
upon delivery of the coat.
FOREST LUMBER COMPANV
. LEE; OCg-r.
PHOITE 73
An Underwear
Editorial
By W. W. OR TON
When a newspaper
has a message of jrreat
importance to present to
its readers it presents that
message in the form of an editorial.
We present editorially the K.LOSED
KROTC'H a message of vital importance to
every man who wears nnion-snits and of equal
interest to the man who has not to date adopted
one-piece underwear.
KLOSED KK TCH union suits need no Argument
Other than that you should tee them.
Their uat'rit is so definitely apparent that as soon as
the KLOSED KUOTCH feature is explained to you, you
wiU tay instinctively to yourself, "No more of the old
style underwear for me."
Hut you must see the KLOSED KROTCH to properly
appiiHH'iate it.
That in why we are making an elaborate window and
rttore display of WHITE CAT KLOSED -K BOTCH union
suite this week.
The simple ingenuity oi the KLOSED KKOTCH is
most interesting.
Ask one of our clerks to show you how this feature
is incorporated into this garment.
Qmr 44 ice. See this display before you think any
more alwut your Fall underwear.
WHITE CAT BRAND is the original KLOSED
KROTCH Union Suit, and is for sale at Norton's.
The SUM witt a
NORTON'S
Kim lis ttr Its
LOOK OUT FOR KITCHEN
RANGE PEDDLERS
Prioes Higher than Those of Reliable
Resident Dealers for Sarre
Grade of Goods
PATRIOTIC GREEKS
RETURN TO GREECE
Four Young Greeks to Leave Sat
urday for Native Land to
Fight the Turks
WILL JOIN THE GREEK ARMY
READ OUR
ADVERTISEMENTS
Pure Home Rendered Lard
Pure lard at the Palace Meal Mar
ket. All sized pails ajid cans at
!' rents per pound. KVKKY POUND
18 KilVUIANTKKD. Why do you
pay oue-third more when you can
get better lard at less? Wj ure,
(going to introduce our lard ami
tuia is the way we do it for a short
time. This price is below cost to
us, but will make u money iu the
long run. w h u our l.'ird becomes
known. This favors out customers
and will make us money, too.
PALACE MEAT MARKET
Phone 131. Alliance, Nebraska
Advertisement
A. J. KENNEDY
DENTIST
Other io Alliance National Bank Hlk t
Over ectottce
'Phoue 391.
I I I I I' I 1 .H"H' I I ! I I M 4
Dr. JAS. P. HAXFIELD
Dentist
OVER BRENN AIM'S DRUG STORE
All Electrical Equipment
Evenings by Appointment
PHONE 525 RED
UK. HOWM.AN, general practice. Numerous petty thefts about town
Phones: office. realdence. i'i I the last lew nights have ! n re
Country calls attended promptly.
Adw ru.M in. HI
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ported. The officers are makiUK ef
forts to apprehend the culprits.
This paper is not knocking on any
one who honestly engages in honor
;ible business, hut we are sure that
people will protect their own inter
est a by being careful in dealing with
strangers, especially with presonstiar
cling thruout the country as peddlais.
insurance agents, etc. At u rule
they are smootli talkers and long on
promises, but are apt to be short on
the quality of the goods sold.
Our attention has been called to
kitchen range peddlars who have
been operating in other parts yf the
counu-v and are said to fee loaded
this way. We are informed that they
are expert salesmen, are familiar
with tie "talking points" of Hit
range t.he have to sell, ami conse
quently make a very favorable im
pressiou upon prospective customers;
but that investigation si wow they sell
at a higher price than what is charg
ed for tjte same grade of goods by
local dealers, who pay taxes and
otherwise .help to support boiue Insti
tutions. It is a sale rule to follow for read
ers of The Herald to consult its ad
vertising columns, and favor with
their trade those who favor the pa
per witu tnelr patronage We arc
confideut after close observation
that they will in the long run be
considerably ahead by following this
rule. They will also have the satis
faction of knowing that they are
helpiug to build up and (level p
their home town and country.
i -
FAIRVIEW W. C. T. U. MEETING
Tht Falrvle.w V. C. T. l will
hold its reKular meeting October 19
at II o'clock. After the business
meeting, a short program will be
renlerl This will bo in the na
ture of a Harvest Home program
and will also commemorate the
birthday of Frances K. Willard.
All are welcome to attend.
.
IT PAY TO ADVERTISE
Now that (jreet-i has become In
volved in the war of the HnlkaJi
Mates against Turkey, Greeks from
the I'nited States are returning to
their native land to join the Greek
army. Next Saturday four young
Greeks of Alliance. Dill Mallas, Goo.
t'orisis. .John 1'appns and John ron
ton, will leave lor Athens lor the
purpose of Joining the army against
Turkey.
Press dispatches from Kurope in
ill' ate that the powers are advising
an amicable settlement of the dis
pute between Turkey; and the neigh
boring states, but preparations are
being made for a l ien e -onfWot. If
;he war continues and there should
b need of more men from this routi
try, twenty-five more Greeks will
have Alliance to join the Greek
army.
Kdwtn I), ("rites, couuty attorn
of Dawes county, was in Alliance on
l gal business the first of this
week. Mr. ('rites it a son of Judge
A W. ('rites, one of the best known
attorneys of north western Nebraska,
and is serving his see nd I rem as
county attorney of Dawes county.
Ily the request of many I'olera of,
that county, who are pleased with
Hie efficient manner in which he
has conducted the affairs of the of
fice, he Is a candidate for another
term. The Herald doc nt believe
Hi the third term as applied to the
ixreaidential, but we believe the. v i
ers tf Dawes t tut y will make no
mistake by continuing the pres. in
county attorney tn that office anoth
er terrii, especially in view of thu
fact that the term of county attor
ney is for two yeara only.
ALLIANCE BAND AT HYANNIS
The Alliance Concert Hand went
io llyanuls Monday night to play
ror the featival held there Tuesday.
'I'm- festival waa well attended by
ptcple from the surrounding coun
try, a number going from Alliance.
The band Imys returned Wednesday
nioinSng.
GET WISE ADVERTISE
John H. Morehead
Democratic and Peoples
Independent Candidate
for Governor of
Nebraska
Believesin an Honest, Efficient,Econ
omical, Business Administration of
I State Affairs. More common sense
business in the Governor's office and
less politics.
Invites the support of voters on his
record as a citizen ot Nebraska, as
school teacher, farmer, stock raiser.
business man, and state senator.
Eugene Burton
Democratic and Peoples Independent
Candidate tor
COUNTY ATTORNEY
Box Butte County
Your support respectfully solicited
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