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Machinist Kfnuo'h MorhniAii, who
pen tfcft 1 1 l Ul j in NffcrjuflN City,
rrturnod to AIIIimm- Ins! Sunday. He !
visited wHh hl monW and hl sl
tor Mr. WH1 Crulkihank
Arthur Ticket left 'Mlnewlny for ,
ft abort sit with IiIh parent h in
U. N. Hoskln- left Tuwwlay for
Long Pine, Xrbr., where he will
vrtlt, n few dy with relative.
Mr. Frank Omnium, whose home
t now In Montana, spent the Holi
days In Alliance with her jmrenin,
Mr. and Mrs. 3, ft Alct'orkle. Mr.
Dunn Ins a formerly a H. & Q.
conductor out of AIIIaim .
MIsb Alma VVeidenhamar, now t
the rlerleal force ai the atore house,
bi a visitor at aootiBWiirf last Sat
Tlrakeman Merk ho been laying
off on account of the seiioim Illness
Of his wife. i
A wedding in the near future that ,
is of grent Intereat to ninny Alliance j
people will be MIhs uin s Rowland
and Kngineer Jack Phekan. M in .
Rowland la a very popular young
lady and an enmeat worker Jn the
Daughters of Isabella. She haa
made her home in Alliance for n
number of yewr and has a host of
fnenda. Mr. Pholan, who la one o
the ilurlington'a beat engineers,
nM (Is no IrttiYiilnr-tlon Thmt th.'.ir
Journey through life may be without
wrecks la the wish of their railroad
Mr. and Mra: Rotnlg returned re
cently from a abort vinrt in Chadron.
Mr. and Mra. Oeorge Davis and
children came in Saturday nnui
from (forelock, vrbere tbey had bead
to spend Christmas and attend tha
wedding of Mra. Davia' alater.
. Trainmaater J. P. Dailey of the
south line arrived in Alliance Tus
day noon. He brought his little girl
who has been havhm aerloua trou
ble with her throat She waa taken
to St. Joseph's Hospital, where Dr.
Slagle, who la a throat specialist,
performed a successful operation.
Kngineer Oeorge Hell la Improv
ing alowly hut aurely from hia re MM
operation for appendlcltla.
a a a
On Monday Mrs. II. Ponath had
an operation performed onher throiU
She has been t maided with tonstllt
la. Dr. Slagle performed the opera
tion. Mra. Ponath la improving but
still haa a very aore throat.
Itrakeman Taylor, who haa been
visiting his ranch near Bingham, has
returned to his duties on the road
Mrs. 0. N. Hoaklna is enjoying a
visit from her mother, Mrs, Thos.
Carr, of Staplehurat, Nebr. She
will remain until Saturday.
Dan Crllley, who haa been visiting
hia aunt Mrs. Mornn during the Hol
Idaya, returned to Livlngwton, Mont.,
where he la employed in the train
service on the N. P.
Trainmaater D. J. Nelson went to
Bdgemont Tuesday on company buai
nens. Brakeman Callahan, who haa been
switching; in the Kdpemont yarda.
haa returned to Alliance and ia
awitching with the night force here.
John lyeidtke was a weat bound
pnaaenger Tuesday. Mr. Keidtke haa
a brother living near Billings on an
Conductor IS O'Conner ot the east
end local made a trip on pasaenger
th I a week.
Itrakeman Frank Vaughn' of the
east end has gone on passenger for
the winter. He i. on No. 41-42. He
will not move hia family from Ra
venna. Kctiert Kvans haa taken a ten
daya' layoff and will spend the time
In Mncoln and other eastern pointa.
Brakeman Ray Mark la laying off
He will visit his parents In Fort
Brakemnn Wlllcott haa resigned
from the aervlce. With his family
he haa moved to Colorado.
Mra. J. G. Beck and son Uw
rence who have been visiting In Io
wa came home last Saturday noon.
lOnglneer (J. M. Bell, who was op
erated on for append ic I tia some days
ago at St. Joseph Hospital. Is get
ting along very well at this time. He
1 will be unable to work for a long
A change in Pullman car service
has been Inaugurated at Alliance.
The ohange took place on the 6th.
The sleeper Irom Denver haa been
running through to BtlHngw and the
sleeper from Omaha haa been stop
ping at Alliance. This order ia re
versed, the Omaha sleeper now going
to Millings and the Denver sleeper
F. A. Torrey, general superintend
ent of motive power of the Burling
ton, was In Alliance on an Inspec
tion trip last Saturday. From Alli
ance he went west.
RETURNS TO ALLIANCE
Sooner or later they come back
to Alliance. Mr. and Mra. Dick
O'Bantion and family arrived last
j Saturday morning on their return
from Washington, after a few years'
abaence, and will make thla city thei
I home again. Mr. O'Bannon will go
; into the fruit hik! produce business
jbere as a partner of his brother, Os
Why I Buy at Home
We trust that the following reas
ons, "Why 1 buy at home," will con
vince you that It Is to our mutual
Interest aa well aa your own to buy
I buy at home because my Inter
ests are here.
Because 1 want to see the goods.
Because I sell what I produce
here at home.
Mecauae I want to get what I pay
Because the man I purchase from
pays hia part of the city and county
'Because the community that ia
good enough for me to live In is
good enough to buy in.
Because I believe in transacting
businesa with friends.
Because the man I buy from standa
bad of his goods.
Because every dollar spent at home
stays at home, and works for the de
velopment of our city.
Because the man I buy from helps
support my school, my church, my
lodge and my home.
And here is where I live and here
la where I buy.
1 wish my many customers and a.
few who are not a very prosperous
My business during the past year
has grown far beyond my expecta
tion, which la due to nothing more
or less than the superior quality of
CLEARANCE SALE ON
Regular $15 to HI suits and coats,
$7.50 to $15
Millinery, $7.50 hats for $3.25; $5
hats for $2.60
Ladies' Blue Serge Suits $20 to $25
suits for $14.50.
Kffel brand 26c ladies' hose, 18
Lad lea' Serge. Dresses. !-:: off.
SCORE GOOD HIT
Alliance Vaudeville Troupe Play at gT pV 1 a a
Brldaeport and Scottsbluff. Scoe: L O yOU ted, Ml.
uooel Receptions at Both Towns.
Will Make Other Western Towns
i Russell. Butler ft Russell, of Alli
ance, returned Wednesday noon
.from the North Platte valley wherr
they played at Bridgepor: tw
nights, and at Scottsbluff. They
iwere very well pleased with the re
cojrtion accorded them at both points
nnd stated that they had never
flayed at a finer picture house than
the one at Bridgeport, and compli
mented the management there very
highly on their management. Arm
bitB & Willis are the managers. Sep
arate acts and features were given
each evening and a big crowd at
tended. At Scottabluff the extremely cold
weather, coupled with
Reader, that your abili
ties ate coining all they
4 Why not do a little
prospecting with a
"Situation Wanted" ad ?
JThe possibilities are
worth the small expense.
Harper's Ladies' Toggery is turned to the"Classi-
Need a little cash to
mcG that proposition?
ij A want ad may find
!l 5 fellcv who has idle
be J:A to invest.
y It's worth trying.
! 1 .
Peanut brittle, peanut bar, cream
taffy, almond bar, walnut bar, etc.,
delicious home -made candies at Mrea
nan's. Corner Drug Store.
Open under new management,
i Good meals for 25 cents. Shirt or
dera. Service MrM-dnsa. AVe ex
tend a cordial invitation to the pub
lic to call on us when hungry.
FRANK It. THOMAS, Proprietor
u i ssor to K. 1!. Diamer.
Advertisement 5ttl 770
Fineat and pureat home-made can-
inadenuate i dies at Brennan's.
heating facilities in the opera house,' Advertisement 5-1 1-1 776
caused a rather small attendance.
Miss Butler had a number of encores NEEDED WATCH REPAIRED
on her songB, and Clarice Russell,
1n her pianologue number. "Beans". Bates Copeland Haa Tickilah Job"
made a big hit. Done on Fne GoJ Wjltch
Mr. Russell went to Crawford and
other Northwestern points Wednes . The Herald scribe settled himself
day to book a number of the towns down nicely and comfortably in.
along that road. He is very well, Bates Copland's chair at Mounts'
fpleased with the success of the new Jiarber Shop and prepared himself
Venture. for a nice 1ttle 8nooze wnjie Bates
" l rubbed the down off his chin, when
Fred Mollring went to Omaha and Bates interrupted him rudely by aay
Lincoln Wednesday noon on insur -, , ing, "The boys are making a lot of
am. business. He will be gonejjun of because 1 took my watch
tevral daya. up flames to get it fixed when i
i refused to run the other day." "Wh.
! should they make fun of you for
Waa that," Inquired. "Why,
; found a flea in the works," said
MTf r? I 1 Bates, "and they're making lots
j) Lver notice now orten i fun over it - "um mm it have
11 gotten inside the watch," said we,
d UlSCdiaea neWSpaper . "somebody must have played a trick
on you and put it there? Oh, no,
said Hates, "no one did that " "Well,
6 1 A 1 M -v liovv could it have gotten In?" we
CO MAUVertlSing pager j next inquired. All unprepared we
1 waited for the answer, which came
auS are among j with startling clearness, beard all
over tne shop, in Mates melodious
tones, "It got in between the ticks"
and we, stunned to think that we hail
bitten, good and hard, lapsed Into
merciful uu.'onaciousnesa, from which
we were aroused with difficulty.
q Want ad
the most thoroughly
used columns of the
You can scarcely fail
of results when you use
a classified ad.
llf you examine my pianos before
purchasing, you will never regret it.
You may regret it if you do not. I
you want the best instrument at a
reasonable price, I have what you
want. MRS. IDA M. ROSS.
Advert isemetit .".-L't-1 77.'!
THE FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE THE FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE THE FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE THE FAMOUS CLOTHINC HOUSE THE FAMOUS CLOTHING
HOUSE THE FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE
GONE TO NEW YORK
CHICAGO AND BOSTON TO BUY THE BIG SPRING STOCK FOR
FAMOUS CLOTHING HOU
Our orders are to clean out all winter o;oods before the Boss gets back, so here goes for the
FALL AND WINTER
Men's Heavy Fleece-Lined Shirt ancj Drawers, iq You never had a beiler chapce to receive the value Haven't Idrjof th- boys. Too many boys' g ikm
the 65c kind, now .. v- of your money than we're . tleece-lined UNDERWEAR on hand, so I M
. giving you now: we're clear- w w mk make the price to clear at
Clearing llt aw Weight All-Wool (white) Hart Schatfner & Marx Suits VL 1 I I I Z . . . v . , " " T
Union Suits, rroular , So value, rii.hed (O Crt that raiil from $25.00 to IU fl ovs WOOL Alh 1 S. allsiesaml real yQ
or flat weave, now f A. W Suit; i$o.oa All sizes and JJ va""'s at "
stvlt's' at ' Bin s' SHOES. Made of 00 to . 2. $ I.S0
Wright'" Heavy Fleeced-Lined Shirts and 6Qf ZTTZmZTZTTTTZ o 11 Calf. ligiAu stitch so the) if to 1: $175
1) the ,.5 kind, now OVC OVERCOATS olVO can't rip. ,!, : $2,Q0
We're clearing lO, pain Corduroy Pant, t I Aft Convertible collars. 52 inches longf, t g Ci P Mm's and Hoys' Black and Tan Hi Cut I A fff
the 12.50 rade, sies ;S lo v at H 1 ,,l;,i and fancy wea s l he rany SkVf si s, , ,,i 1 1
"""""""""""" " T""" ud n price from $ia. 4o to 1 18.00. All
We have- s7 ,.airs ot pants m worsteds to dr. jqc sizes, now Here's 5ome money bavers for V ou
1 he 're the $1.50 kind, but yOU can buy em not v mmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, .
1 Mens Lined Muleskln Mitt 25
k . . c ., Here's an opportuiut) loi thriity T OP Mimi's Wi.u! Mow, -J pair for 25'-
nere S ine nap I buvers. VWn- . l- .irin- 127 Suits LJ Vl Mens Lin.-,l Calf Skin Mitts 39.
Qearinir 03 pieces ot all-wool salmon color SfA that sold tor $ 1 50 to 1 1 S.00 lor Jl (jtl Mens Kur Lined Mat I'ap.s. all s..p 69-
Shirts and Drawers, regular sellers al 1.50. 1MC We've ,ot all ses amUtvle. V'V WoowestS jjft
dl sizes, now Come in and try them on. MiK Li,,,-ol X.-kwear at 19-
The Famous Clothing House
HelD us to make this the
huroeU ,r.n,, V.le 1C Ci 1 1 1 U U W iJLI I If i llljt CliltC it iHld SO V'i
PERCY COGSWELL. MANAGER. ASSISTED BY H. E. BETEBEIMNER AND BUD RUMER
has ever had weMI appre-