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title: 'The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, October 17, 1912, Image 7',
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Published every Thursday by
The Herald Publishing Company.
JOHN W. THOMAS. Editor and Mgr.
Entered at the postoffice at Alli
ance, Nebraska, far transmission
through the malls as second-class
Subscription, $1 50 per year In advance.
The circulation of this newspaper
is guaranteed to be the largest in
western Nebraska. Advertising rates
will be furnished on application.
Sample copies free for the asking.
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17. HM:
Yi.. I' resident
THOS R. MARSHALL
JOHN MORKHK AD
Secretary at State
A. T. OATKWOOD
Auditor of Public Account s-
HENRY 0, RICHMOND
UBO. E. HALL
Supt. Public Instruction
R. V. CLAiRK
A. M. MORRISSEY
Com. Pub. Lands and Bid.
WM. B. HASTHAM
CLARENCE E HARMON
V. B. Seaatoi'
A. C. SIIALLKMIKROHR
Congressman. Sixth District
W. J TAYLOR
11. P. .WA8MIT.NI. HR
As r ill be seen by reading thtt
issue or The Herald, a number of
Ileum are printed Ihnt jure nut In
to type for last week's Issue, but
crowded out QSttt an amount of
IStiltSlllH matter Is being crowded
out again this wki-e on ic ount of
the demand of advertisers for Spay I
We are very much pleased with the
IncreaswiR business If It continues.
Wi that elRht panes arj not suffl
i lent tO meet the demand for Mtl
and advertising space. It will be
met by enlarging the paper to twelve
or sixteen pages.
Clarence E. Harman of HoldreRe.
candidate or the democratic and pen
pies Independent part let for state
rail wn v oinmlssloner. was in Alli
ance Tuesday forenoon getting tic
qua lilted us best he could III such n
short atay. It Is but fair to say
that Mr Harman made a very favor
able Impression upon voters whom
he met here. He believes thoroughly
in democratic principles and pledget
himself to promote the same to the
bci of his ability Kor many years
he has been a traveling salesman,
and like commercial travelers gener
ally be is thoroughly posted on pre
Mil day issues and is well qualified
to fill the office for which he hits
been nominated, and to which he
will in all probability be elected
There Is I strong feeling that the
western Mirt of Nebraska should
have more of a representation among
the state officers than it has been
having. This fact, coupled with Mr.
Harmnn's popularity, his acknowledg
ed qualification for the position of
st;ite Railway commissioner, and the
htltbef fact that thta Is a democrat
Ic. year. Insure him a large vote in
this part, of the state.
Hy order of the county commit
eioners, a notice is being published
In The Herald, for an election to
vote on the proposition to bojid Box
Butte county for 176,000, .for the
"erection, construction and furnish
ing; of a court houae". A court
house with more room than the pres
ent building affords and with better
protection for the county -ords Is
badly needed, and In the opinion of
The Herald should be built without
unnecessary delay, but If bonds
are voted for that purpose we hope
It will be with the consent of a
majority of the voters thruout the
entire county. We do not feel dis
posed to rush thru any such proposi
Hon without due consideration by
the voters concerned. Whether or
not there shall be a new court
house constructed within the next
year It a QUSSttOS for them to de
cide, and we trust that they Will
give the matter careful consideration
before election day. Our opinion Is
thai practically the entire county
favors t new court hoot, hut whetb
i r the county shall be bonded for
$7fc.00(i for that purpose It also a
question for the voters to settle.
We are willing to abide by the de
clslon of the majority, but are sine
M will ie for the good of uVH lanes
basin, sh interests to have the co-opera
tioa and good will of the country
precincts, whatever may be de id mJ
upon in the matter.
K al lx a. d. lTotes
Frank llracken. head tinner at the
POUttd boute, was orf mi Monday and
Tuesday entertaining friends from
Miss v.Mma Weldenhamcr, who has
been visiting friends on a ranch
near Ellsworth, enme home Momla.v
Supt (irlggs of the Sterling dlvls
Ion was In Alllnnce Monday on com
Trainmaster D. .1 Nelson made a
trip to Ravenna the first of the
Dr. I H Phillips. Burlington re
lief doctor of Seneca, was Tn Alli
Conductor Cummings, who has
tieen laying off for some lime, re
ported for duty Monday.
Mr. Cummins, agent at Englewood,
BSt ben transferred to Seneca and
expects his family to arrive In a few
Mrs. W. S. Melt and Miwjer Sid
ney of Mystic were guests at the
lloskins bom.'' from Saturday until
Wednesday. Mr. Meittz has entirely
reoOVertd from rheumatism since go
ing to the Hills.
Mr Smith, formerly chief clerk
for Asst. Supt. Holtoof of I toad wood,
has been transferred to the tralinnas
ter's office In Alliance.
Mrs. Hollenbeck, wife of the agent
at Rochford, who has been seriously
ill at. the hospital In Deadwood the
past two weeks, is reported" much
better and will go home In a few
Brakeman Spurgln, who has been
laid off for some time, is no;w brak
ing with Conductor Coats on the
Norman Ryan, formerly with the
Burlington but who left last spring
to accept a position woth the South
ern Pacific in California, returned
this week and has accepted his for
mer position of chief clerk for Asst.
Supt. Holterf In Deadwood. The Bur
lington was fortunate In again se
curing the service of Mr. Ryan as
lie hits proven himself one of their
most trusted eraptoyea
of the station
tame iia been
Humphrey has charge.
at Kuglewood until
bulUtlned for ten days
Chief Dispatch er
are rejoicing over
twin girls ut their
Mother and babes
and .Mrs (Javin
the arrival of
are reported as
wnlch had been treated at the tie
plant in (Inlesburg and were Ixdng
placed on the High line for test.
Mr. Crary. general manager of the
R C. B. H A- W . but formerly
with the llurlngton. was In Chicago
this week attending to c mpnny husl
Mrs. J. O. Beck is In Lincoln as
a delegate to the convention of the
nVobOCCt lodge this week.
Conductor Mewhlrtcr of the east
end caine thru to Alllanee last Sat
llrakeman Kineiy is now- nicely
settled in a cottage on Niobrara Ave.
llrakeman Kred Vaughn of the
cast end local went to Hroken How
Sunday. He expected to meet a
cousin from Pennsylvania who arrive
at the Bow Sunday morning,
a e a
Conductor lloskins laid off one
trip the first of the week. Conduc
tor Clyde Miller took out lloskins'
car and crew.
BugittOOf K. J, Carter and wife are
in Lincoln this week visiting friends.
The ladies of the O. I. A, lodge
have had an open (barter during the
past month and have secured eight
new memlMMs. On the evening of
Oct. 17 they held a meeting when
their new members were duly initi
ated. After the meeting one of
those elaborate lunches for which
the O. L A. ladies are famous, was
Engineer McKelvle of the south
line fs making his home in Alliance
this week. He Is on a work train
I. mi Ska!.', who lives south of Al
liance and is farming there, .'.ad an
operation performed MoWlVL at the
hospital for tuberculosis of tne bone
in his leg. He is a prominent mem
ber of the local I. O. O. P and is
being given attention by this popular
lodge. Mrs. Skalu went to the farm
today, expecting to return the last
of the week. Mr. Skala's many
friends hope that he will soon be
well and out again.
The Majestic Steel Range is in a class by
itself. It has the reputation and is stand
ing up to that reputation. Come in and
$55 to $65
Cast Ranges of superior quality
$35.00 and up
J. II Waterman of (ialesburg. 111.,
was in Myttlc last week marking ties
Thorp Is more Calsrr!- fn litis nrrtton of the munir
than til uthtT li .1- - f a lOffvlbtf, and until tin- lot
fans JMfl vvaa - ipih-i Ut In- Int-uratttV. For a tirp.it
TOi'iy nan doctor promMitMfd II i tornl dlnni ntid
pri'srriiwtl I rrmedtrft. and by rfwimantly f.illinf
ti. riir.- with lor:d trpalinrnt. pnmounrrtl It lnrur:ibp
s.-.tnip ti.i provpn C:ii:irrli to tM- m rtmvtltiair: h ill
nun and tdtrefora rpiiin-i piHiHtitutimiMi ttmitinrat.
il ill I Catarrh t uri'. rrtiiMitiiPtur'-.t hv K. J hmpy
A Co.. Toledo. Ohio. I the only CmMlinWanpl rurt on
ih- innrkPt. It l takpft totrfnany ! do1 front 1ft
drotM lo a loatioonfiil. It :irtt dlrpptty oi lav hlood
a id miii-ints mirfappit of tin- vyftm Tlipy ofti-r onp
li'ridrptl aattan for any f a f ills to rufr, spud
for riffakUV aflt laUiiainHllii.
AddirM r. i I'HKVI CO., To'.pdo. OMa,
Md bv Itrti-r '!. : p
faiip RJaHa Family IV.:- forpontlpatlon.
Dr. Churchill made a trip to Ells
Burton Rowland returned Sunday
noon from a month's visit with rel
atives and friends in New York
state. Including the cities of Dtfcn,
Schenectady and Albany, and lloston.
Ma.-.s He vvny aico!llpaniHl by his
.gra ud mot her. Mrs. Owens, as far as
ITtlca where she will remain,
a a a
.lames 11. Powell, brother of C. L.
l ow ell, well known in Alliance, was
here the first of the week. He has
leased his ranch twentv-tive mflnt
south of this city, aud gone to Al
berta. Canada, on a tripping excur
sion, evpecti4 to be gone several
months. He promised to write osme
Items from the northlatid for publi
cation in The Herald.
George Zum and wit', from the
state of Washington, arrived this
morning from that state for a visit
with his uivele. Gregory Zurn. From
here they will go to Crawford to vis
it with relatives.
NORTON'S QUARTER CENTURY SALE NORTON'S
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
... ...ii.ti .! . ..ll i l .l .1. j ...t... i i
This is our twentv-rifth vear of successful merchandising in Alliance, we will celebrate oy aemoniraiiuK our houiij iu ten oi ie man oinera una wny inn n me oec piate
tor all people to trade. Our store is loaded with new fall good, the largest and cleanest stocks in the city-Come in, it will pay you
We Claim to be Specialists
tpeclaliat in buying
I stiN-nLOCH! PedlJtesl in
I 'UK yaw j men's clothing
"ft i m 'Aria.
" ' Tkt
To U'iirn to do anytliing
npretnely well reqairei
yenra of constant train
'hX and study. We haw
had these yearn of exper
ience, which enable u
to bay tin lu-st value in
clothes at the lowest io
sible prii't' and to sell
these clothes to you
tiously and economically.
have no equal in the
Siein Bloch Smart Clothes, $20 to S45 College Chap
Clothes, $18 up Michaels-Stern Clothes, 15.00. 18 00,
20 00, up to 30.00 Fitform Clothes for young men, $15
up Arrow Shirts
The largest assortment of Fall 1912 Suits
and Overcoats in Alliance
White Cat Brand Klosed Krotch Union Suits,
$1 50 up
Suit Special Three Days Only
50 Mils 50 OYtRUMlS VAMJEf 10 Ms
All aev soles and patterns. Inttuding Muliat ls SternS and
other ell known makes
na Bstra Hasvj PsJos Sli,s
riaaeed, $1.00 suit.
Mens Pint Kibbcil PntOS Suits
Fleeced, $i.to suit.
Men's Bxtra (ins tn .i two-plene
wear, sp' tl lc em h
Boy 'a two-pleet Uwnsr Haste lined.
si.e U t 1 :: at L"6e a pair.
free aritl) evary pair
1 slwas on 13 00
Ma will ma traa a
sSHOE Mif ,f SOc Sllk
FOR TH MAN WHOCAWi' Lisle Host
in dozen QordOS 18.00 HsS tor $I !X
76 .Men's swenter coats at SI er
L - ifti
fa I t
vi asses 11.88 afonardi Dreat ahlrU
Men s 15c hose at 10c a pair or 12
pairs for $1.00
Tan Conluiov I'jints Spedal siea.
H to 1. $I.4H.
Wotil Sliirls In MSS Hrovvn ami
tiny, regular $1.5.'. value h avy
JSSMt llSSSt Whoes. all .styles ami
Boys' High Cjt Shoes
!l to i-' IJU0
11' to I ISJI
-"l- to r,-j $2.K!
Hoys Fancy School Suits. $5 value,
and well worth $5 00. special $:.!.")
Dress Goods Specials
::ti In. all wool Storm Serge in all
colors and Black 50c per yd.
n In. Henrietta black, blue, brown
and ped ISO per yd.
M In. Novelty suitings I1.4J yd.
80 n. Dunbar Flatiuelette for klinon
St and dresses. Special at 11"-.
.". I in. Qiii,'!i Hioadeloth for dress
tn and suits 50c per yard.
Fine quality bed shoe 78x!o inch
sells regularly for 7S cents, spe
olal prce See.
Hood Quality pllOW cases 4x::ti at
Bnd Spreads full size good qual
ity and cut corners, regular $1 74
value at $l.5n.
WnrrSStSal all-lnen. half bleached
toweling at to cents per yard.
Table Lnen Specals
Turks Red sad Nsvjt Bine - Is.
Hates Tablt doth per yard Ite.
7 inch MsSCasd SU linen Table
DSASak 1.8i value at $1 per yard.
1) ksQh ialf bleached Table Ihtin
ask at M cents per yard
Ladies' Hosiery Special
Hadits- Hlack Hose, L'o c.U iual
II y, 2 pr. for 25 cents
Ladies' Lisle Hose. sold every
where for :J5 and 40 ceuts at
Ladies' and Children's Underwear
The Store With a Conscience
With every pair of Shoes at $.! u
or more, wv will give free a pair
of MS SI'k Lisle Hose.
Uadies' and Children's tTttdef Wear
Children's and Misses' I)-pendon two
piece suits at 22 lfe to Us all tilts.
Children's Uependon union uits. (hi
es 1 to 1L', 65c values for 50c.
Liiilic-' Uependon ribbed union suit
regular $1.2." seller for this sale 11.00
Indies' Depeudon vest and pants, all
sizes fleece ribbed regular 70s seller
Ladies' Uependon ribed union suits
regular $1.25 sller for this sale $1.00
Child's ribbed Mentor union sui'. siz
es I to 12 years, in wool, regular
price $1.15 at 9S cents
Ladies' Mentor Heav.v iiibbed union
suit fleeced $1.50 value $1.25
Ladies' Natural Wind Meutor Ullion
suits $::.0 quality at $2.50
All wool ladies' Mentor union suit
Big Savings in Comforts & Blankets
A rood quality heavy COJnfoltCr, sold regularly at
$1.75, for $1.50
A ooi.l heavy German cotton finished blanket 75c
Eleven quarter extra heavy wool finished blanket,
regular $1-25 value, 98c
A $3.5 all ool blanket at $2.50
Outing flannel special, regular 15c goods, for 1 days
only, I lc a yard
Know Us for liest Values