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.1. H. Oniy rrtunr'l ''lnKiliiy
Boon from a business trip south.
Mr. nnrt Mm J, V. Molly BA.VS
bfvn transferred to Oninha and will
move there Hlmut the L'oth oT tho
Mm. W. Bi 1OtspoUh I very III.
It Is iml j kKmmI that she is threat
ened with pneumonia. We trust
that she wHI noon recover.
A. H. Thompson, of Ml I ford. Nebr .
who in an old soldier, was in Alli
ance Wednesday. He was on his
way to O'Neill, where hi daughter
la very III Mr. Thompson has MSB
at Maraland for some time.
County Judge U A. Ilerry will
have a very fine suite of office
rooms when the changes in the W
W. Norton block are completed. The
ulte will be on the second floor,
Mrs Helen Dickinson MUM up
Baturday from Mlnatnre for a short
visit at the home of her bpot h er ,
Ieroy Saffonl, remaining over Sun
day to help celebrate in honor of
Mm. Safford's birthday.
Dr. L. W Curtis is taking a fif
teen days' lay orf as night marshal
(O engage In veterinary work. Depu
ty Sheriff Jeffers is substituting M
night mamhal. Dr. funis was in
Marstand on professional business
the first of last week and K'e
there again today.
8pencr (iriffith of Thermopolls.
Wyoming., stopped in Alliance last
Friday on hlR way home from a
trip to the east where he went to
attend a family re-union. lie was
formerly a resident of Alliance.
leaving here eight years ago.
Judge Clarke, or Cheyenne, a prom
inent Wyomilng attorney, stopped ov
er In Alliance between trains Tues
day. He had been In the 111 Horn
baaln on a buslneaa trip.
Mm. V. H. Williams, who hits been
employed on a large ranch at Dingle.
Wyo., as cook, returned to Allium
Dr. Miller, of Marsland, was in Al
liance for a short time Tuesday, on
his way homo rrom a trip to Winter
aet, Iowa, and eastern points.
Attorney Kugene Kurton attended
Garden county district court at Osh-
ota the first of the week. He went
Bridgeport Sunday night, crossing
the rivet then to Norlhporf . thence
over the Cnion Pn ifle to the Car
den county capital.
Mm M I, Sallows left Alliance
Monday noon bound for Mat He Creek.
I Mich . where she will visit f:r
I couple of months with relatives.
Miss Mary O'Keefe went to Din
col 11 TmKlay. shere she will visit
with retaUvea fot I sw days.
H. A. McMillan of Strasburger, of
Sheridan county, who is a piano tun
er well known in Alliance, was doing
some work in his line In the city the
first of the week.
C. C. Smith returned Sunday morn
ing from three weeks' trip thru Wy
omlng. He enjoyed the trip but Is
not favorably impressed with thai
state as a place of residence. Then
is no other place quite as good ast
Alliance for one who has MM hern
a sore of years
Mr and Mm. T. J. O'Keefe and
their little daughter are expected in
Alliance within the next few days
for a visit with their many friends
Mrs. Myrtle Heyns of Mitchell, was,
in Alliance a short while Sunday en,
mute to Hillings, Mont. While in
tills city she was the guest of Mrs.
Miss Mayine White, one of the
eighth grade teachers In the city
schools, was out of school a week on
account of illness, but has taken up
her work again.
Miss Alice Acheson, the efficient
supply teacher of the 'Alliance city
schools, is taking the place of Miss
Verna Kodgers in the eighth grade
tills week. Miss Kodgers Is uninble
to attend school on account of sick
ness. Dr. W. M. I.ee and wife made a
trip to Mitchell Wednesday
The family of T J, liegeman,
storekeeper at Alliance, are enjoying
their visit with relatives tit Cales
burg. III. They are expected to re
P, D. Roberta of Kllsworth was in
Alliance Tuesday. He haa a small
ranch :!1 miles east of Alliance. This
season on a small (Mitch of ground
he raised 1 1 bushels of beans, H5
bushels of potatoes, 7f bushels of
turnips and about 100 bushels of larg
K. W. Lester ret tu ned lo Alliance
from a trip east on Wednesday.
Miss Ida M. Wells, of Guernsey,
Wyoming, passed thru Alliance Wed
nesday on her way to her Imme.
Chas. V. Jameson, secretary of
the firm of Kichards and Cynistock.
of Kllsworth, arrived In Alliance on
Wednesday morning via auto from
Hay Springs, where he had been
looking over some of the properties
or his rirm In that vicinity. He left
Wednesday noon ror Kllsworth.
Mrs. Kll.a Morgan of Oskaloosa.
Iowa, daughter of Mr and Mrs. .1
U. Ifc'titon, arrived In 'Alliance Tues
day of this week and will spend
the winter with her parents. Mrs.
M(.rgan come not only to visit her
father and mother, but also for the
purpose of improving her liilth by
spending several months in this cli
mate, which no doubt will be bene
ficlal to her. '
An advertised ni The Herald, 8.
A Miller opened a repair depart
ment In the rear of the Alliance
Shoe Store the latter part of last
week. This dep' -'inent starts out
with a good patronage, the repair
man being kept busy with the de
mand for work already coming In.
The little baby or Cal Hashinan,
son of one of our county (commission
em, has been very 111 for some time
It Is now much better and Is out of
Kugene Hurt on returned to the
city this noon from Heottsbluff where
he has been on legal business.
MAKES ROUSING SPEECH
Fred J. Warren of North Platte,
Candidate for Congress, Speaks
Hon Fred .1 Warren. socialist
candidate ror congress rrom this dis
trict, who is now police Judge or
North Platte, spoke to a good audi
MM( pod posted mostly of voters,
with a rew ladies and children pres
ent, at the Odd Fellows hall last ev
ening. It had been previously an
nounced in The Herald that the
speaking would be in the Phelan op
era house, but a change was made
In the plans of which we were not
notiried in time to make correction
thru the paper.
Judge Warren Is a fluent speaker
In fact much more of an orator than
the average stump speaker. W ithout
doubt he made a favorable and last
ing impression upon the minds of
his hearers. If thre were any pres
ent who had the common Idea that
the socialists are after division of
property, abolishment of private own
ership of property, etc., they un
doubtedly weie convinced that there
are at least some socialists who do
not advocate those things.
Cabbage, $1.25 a hun
dred. Red Onions, $1.50
a hundred pounds. Apples
$1.00 a bushel. Get our
prices on potatoes for
storing in quantities.
Alliance Grocery Co.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
LIVE STOCK PRICES
AT SOUTH OMAHA
Beet Closes Steady and Higlm
lor the Week.
HOGS ARE STEADY TO STRONG.
Fat Lambs Strong to 1015c Higher
for Week With Ewes and Wetherj
25c Un Feeders 25c Higher and in
Some Cases More.
t'nlon Stock Yards, Sou til Omaha,
Oct. 11.- About l,4m head or cattle
arrived today. The supply tor the five
Hays toots up about 40,000 head. Only
a icv coin ted cattle arrived this weeU
and the market is quotahly strong. A
lunch of prime yearlings brought
110.00 ThuradajT. remand trom dressed
beef men hue been or healthy charac
ter all week and with a ItMd) mar
tU I lot iiM'tnl beeves closing quota
lions are tittle hluher. Rough
steers on ill' Texas order have been
slow sale from start to finhsh and
show practically no change as com
pared with a wi eh ao. Cows an 1
hellers are closing fully in15c high
er than last wee k, fair to good butcher
and f grades going largely al $t ,85
tfi ...:". A liberal volume of business
has been transacted in stocl.crs and
feeders, but aside from the strictly
good to choice grades prices show a
2ft2'c decline for the week.
Cattle quotations: choice to prima
beet i s, $;t oda 10.00;
beeves, $K.2.'f Tfi :
beevp. 000 " 18 :
heifers, f 3.76 6
cows. S5.50lQi6.2R; fair to good grades.
4.40d8.25; canners and cutters, S.tS
'c 4.2.", : veal calves, tLTofa 9.00; hulls,
stag:?, etc.. 14.2808.60; choice to prime
feeders, $7.0008.06; good to choice
'eeders. $0.2500.75 fair to good feed
its, $5.6000.28; common to fair feed
ers, $t.7"Tt " "i 1 : Stock cows and heif
ers. $4.6005.75; choice to prime grass
beeves, $7.0008.80; good to choice
grass b -eves, $0.7607-60; fair to good
gtass beeves, $0.0000.60; poor to fair
grass beeves, $8.0006.76.
Ilogr receipts amounted to R.nnii
head today. Cor the five days the sup
ply totals 22.200 head. The bulk of
the holdings todav were let go at
prices around $8?608.8S, while the
best hogs sold at $8.00, the same as on
Onl .1.000 sheep and lambs arrived
today. The total for the five days
foots up shoot inn.ono head. Fat iambs
in KonerS.1 nr" rlosinc anvwhere from
good to choice
fair to gooil
common to fair
good to choice
good to choice
FOR LADIES, ON DISPLAY
Alliance Shoe Store
Repairing promptly done after Oct. 9th
strong to 10M The higher than prices at
the (lose nf hist week. Killing ewes
and WOthera sbo fully a quarter ad
vance, while fat yearlings have shown
about the same improvement as
iambs All kinds of feeding lambs
and sheep show about the same ad
vance over last week, prices being
about 2-fi 40c higher.
Sheep and lamb quotations: Ijimbs.
good to choice 1600.66; lambs, fair
to good, $0.8600.45; lambs, feeders,
$$.4000.25; yearlings, good to choice
light, $4.7608.25; yearlings, good to
choice beavv. $i .iTt4.70; yearlings,
feeders, $4.0006.00; wethers, good to
botes l8.S34fM.1ft; wethers, fair to
pood. $80508.86; wethers, feeders
?. "of? 1.00; ewes, good to choice, $;! ,n,:.
08.00; ewe. feeders. $2.7602.26;
wes, yearling breeders. $4.0049 5.00:
ewes. ag04l, $8.0008.60; cull sheep and
huea. 81.76 02.78.
and South Omaha banks. He left
this noon for northern Wyoming to
look over his holdings th,re.
Mr. McPherson Is at present en
gaged in organizing the Bankers'
Mortgage Loan Company of Omaha.
This new company will have an lm
mense amount of capital back
of it and will do an exclusive farm
Thos. H. Mcl'herson has been in
Alliance for a few days on a hunt
ing trii, accompanied by his son,
W. S. Mcl'herson. and H. k. Peters
of Omaha. Thos. B. Mcl'herson is
widely known thruout the west as
the owner of extensive land holdings
and cattle ranches. For a number
of years he was prominently connect
ed with some of the leading Omaha
County Supt. IJella M. Reed has
been making good use or the recent
fine weather by visiting thaM-'oiinty
schools Following are some of the
schools visited last week: Uist. 15.
in the Marple neighborhood, north
east of Alliance. Martin Hennessy,
who came recommended by State
Representative Walter Kent, is now
teacheing his Hrst term in this coun
ty. Dist. No. 4t!, Marple neighborhood,
school commenced Oct. 7, Miss Sadie
Hacker, teacher, spent the .summer
at home in Minnekahta. Minn. She
taught the same school last year,
and has two sisters, the Mioses Jes
sie and Ruth Hacker, who are also
Box Hutte county teachers.
Hist. 5, Fail-view, where Miss Flor
ence Ralls is the teacher.
Hemingford graded school; Prof. U.
B. Whitfield, principal; Miss Stella
William. i8s't prin.; Miss Hansen,
intermediate; Miss I VS. (ilasuow, primary.
Where One Price
Inches long, woolen wriat'
lets), Tin. Beaverette collar,
bookie, a dandy, worth
$7,50, our special price, all
Palm and Hack
AH to 17
OrajTi Brown and Blue
Hen's Work Pants
Regular si r0 grade
10 day special
mm mil mm
I 4 ,
Our linos all through the store
ITS great this season. We had
!Vn immense clothing buslnOM
luring the recent cold snap.
We had tl gain of 32 over
September 1011 and the Aral
. months of 1912 shows a gain
of '-'-"'b over 1911,
Prosperity seems to be the
word this Kail and we have
made great preparations in all
departments Cor a Uig business.
New goods are arriving neat ly
every day by freight and e.
press. Come in and looU 'em
Big Suit Special for
Your free choice of a very beautiful line of hand made,
nifty, snappy suits in all the new colors and weaves, all
sizes, and every one new bought for Fall 1912. There
are ITiO in the lot. A great many of them were bought
to sell at .Si. (H. Your free choice for 1 days
in our Stock
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing
Stetson and Mallory Hats
Douglas and Tilt Shoes
Perrins, Great Western, Tuf nut
Munsing Union Suits
Cooper's Closed Crotch
Wilson Bros. Furnishings
Manhattan and Star Shirts
Carhartts Work Clothes
Corliss Coon Collars
Marx Made Trousers
Cheney Bros. Neckwear
Ball Brand Rubber Goods
and dozens of other famouslines
EXTRA SPECIAL SUIT boys1 wearing apparel low prices Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing
" Hit Chtvitt top Suit $2 50 .
FOR MKN . Will Blut SlfMI 4 95 For ten years we ha e sold this eel-
All Wo.l lliM Strut fbi ated line, which seems to in-
Ajsh4c&u Woolen Co. 'a Blue Berge, hand- ton' Itist-aisi mm ton 2.00 creaae in popularity with each
madv collars, all wool, fast color, peg cut 2 Psirt Msavy Blsch Hsss .25 aesSOO. Ueyond question of a doubt
pasta with cutis, bell loope, side bucklea, iw suttss isatasr 25 the greatest ready-to-wear hue In
aM aiaea from 81 to u. Special price of iiSiiWlssSS so" the world SMK DAY SOME
rt A r ,-v .. HHN (mavliel mav maU-e a bcttei-
$12.50 uib.r c.ii .is ine of clothing than H. 8. & M.. if
' our Ntn ISjMsj shoij. 12 2 i.50 they do you will find THE FAMOUS
A BIG LINE OF BOYS' LONG PANTS SUITS bo s.m 2 , 5 . i SELLING THEM. In Overcoats
4111 j 1- r Swnttr Cats. Utte silts 50 ami Suits m the new rough effect
All Kind S TrOfn $5 tO $ 5 b.i Pasts so there ia only one -word to deaoribe
nnced unions so their looks and that ia magnincent
Prom i j to ) yearw o.rc.ats. sP.ai 250 prices are $20. $25 and $30
Dandies at S7.30 to $10 g "v,x mmm4mum
Fist lite it Waists 41
50 dozen Mai's Su.
siicial barfais. tai
ail black, heavy
wiit. 2 pans fir
CorSuroy Puts. S3 UO
aluos tai ail rui.
sins 36 38 40. 42
One-Price Clothing House
The larfist Clitkii Stiri n Nirtttwfstiri Nikraska
S3. SO and $4
Cooper Closeil Crotch
Wool Union Suits
Pine $6.00 Rain Coat
Olive shade Bombazine, tan
robber lining, oemested
scams, slash pockets. Looks
as well a.s a $10.00 coat.
Military double collar.
Men's Sweater Coats,
Byron collar, two
pockets. a cracker jack
Boy' High Cut Shoes
Q l-J $2.25
IS i S2.75
J K-t B 1-2 Si.w