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January Clean-Up Sale JJSSMS
that wp have n tfroat many broken lots of first clans goods
tlint wo want to clean up and wo are going to so now re
gardless of cost on these articles. Some of them you will
find are quoted way below cost and all of them will show
you a reduction in price from M to 77 ter cent of regular
Wehaveo.uite a lot of home-made Peach Jam, in
quart mason tars, regular retail price 40c OGf-
we are now offering for t.J
Creamed Hoist Radish Dressing is one of the
choicest articles for salads to be had. i fg
Regular 15c bottle going now at...... "V
A 15c bottle of White Pickling Onions, is 1
certainly a bargain for EWs
French K ruffles, regular price, 50c per
can, now going at vV
Half gallon cans of Cooking Oil. Standard CCp
price Soc. Closing out at V
A oc can of Marshall Fresh Herring for.. 25c
Bismark Herring, 35c tins for. . .
A No. 3 size can of Royal Red Asparagus i
marked down from 25c per can, to A JL
Gallon Pieplant certainly looks like a bar- OA-.
gain, at per can a&7V
A large assortment of 5c Toilet Soap, i f-
3 bars for vv
Heint 30c Mandalay Sauce now going at. .
Half pint bottle of Dr. Price's Lemon Fx- H t,
tract, regular price ii.oo, now
One pint Dr. Price's Lemon Kxtract. reg- d 1 Ofr
ular i. 75 bottle for P1.Z
One pint bottle. Dr. Price's Vanilla Ex- d1 7C
tract marked down from $2.25 to. . . . y V
20c cans of fresh Pigs in heavy syrup, now i C-
ALLIANCE GROCERY CO.
By the completion of
new copper ci reiki tH,
t "nlir;td. Wyoming and
Montana lowns have
been brought within
the rftnge of your tele
phone voice, to meet
your business or social
New Circuits of Copper
By constant eM-rimenttion and thorough tests,
hard drawn eopper has en adopted generally for
long distance lines, and these new circuits have
heen huilt of tliis material. You can talk for hun
dreds of miles over these lines with the utmost ease.
Ask "Long Di statue" For Rars.
KEBRASKA TELEPHONE CO
0. H. MOON
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
The Anderson Photos You
read O Ban-
ad in thin laxue of Tin
Any kind of Plans furnished.
You are invited to inspect my
work. Satisfaction guaranteed
Shop, 424 Miss. Phone, Red 440
If you like fresh fish
i I era Id.
C. A. Strati on, of Harrison, is vis
Wing his eisrter. Mrs. H. C. Sterling,
Postmaster Tashs mother
Tuesday for her home
( W. Ileri;m from north of Reno
was traiwartlng hiiisiness in Alliance
the firs of the week.
The rt'Kiilnr meeting of the Hast
ern Stm will he held Tuesday night
at the Chapter Kooms.
O. II. Wood. the paper hnMKer.
was working in the nvw hank build
ing at llemlngford lat week.
Get hi on the Mnhy Contesf at
'h rson's PhotO Studio.
THIRD NUMBER Elks'
PHELAN OPERA HOUSE
IN DAVID GARRICK
A COMPANY OF A
NINE PEOPLE " 7
Reserved Seats at Holsten's Saturday, Jan. 18, at 9 O'clock A. M.
Tin Attd en SB Photo Studio h m w
0 lliance. Temporary rooms over
Drtfcfe'l City Meal Market until new
10ms can be fitted up.
Supt. K. K. Young, accompanied by want. MRS. IDA M. ROSS.
Mrs. Young and his private secretary j Advertisement 6-2M773
II K. Oantz, went to Scottsbluff las: I
The W. C. T. T. will meet With
iMrs. I(hi Female! Thursdav afternoon
Mr. Miller, postmaster at Heming- Jan 2;i 2::!w A memberg are
ford, and Mr. Jensen, former county tlrKei to De prMent fl8 i,llpor,ant
com.u.s.ioner, were m .own wennes- buBillW8 ,8 to be MwnvKHl.
County Commissioner S. C. Keek
made a ImsWiesis trip to Denver Sat
urday n'ght, returning yesterday
Cullen Wright, of ScoMsbluff, pres
idwit of the Tri-State Canal Com
pany, owners of the largest canal in
in Twin t-he North Platte valley, was In Al
liance the first of the week.
Open under new management.
Good meals for 28 cents. Short or
ders. Service first -dasx. t We ex
pend t cordial invitation lo the pub
lic to call on us when hungry.
FRANK H. THOMAS. Proprietor.
Succest-or to F. H. Dismer.
Advert Isement 5tf 1 770
In the ad of F. .1 Spon, the bar
ber. In last week s Herald, the BUM
was misspelled, Spohn. We are
pleased to note that Mr. Spon has a
fine business since moving to his
The ladies' Aid Society of the
Methodist church will meet at the
home of Mrs. J. W. Gaddis next
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Gregory,
!Mts. C. D. Hall, Mrs. Geo. Gaddis
and .Mrs. J. W.
All are invited.
Gaddis will serve.
tlf you examine my pianos before
purchasing, you w51l 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
A Matter of Choice
If you want a cur
iosity, buy a Fly
ing Machine. If
you want Reliability,
have your PHOTO
taken at the : : :
Alliance Art Studio
114 E. 4th St. Phone 111
THE FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE I THE FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE THE FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE THE FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE THE FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE THE FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE
GONE TO NEW YORK
CHICAGO AND BOSTON TO BUY THE BIG SPRING STOCK FOR
THE FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE
Our orders are to clean out all winter goods before the Boss gets back, so here goes for the
IT CLEARANCE SALE
I M. n's Heavy Fleece-Lined Shirts and Drawers, You never had a better chance to receive the value Haven t forgot the boys. loo many boys. A
the 65c kind, now )Vt 0f your money than we're tleece-lined UNDERWEAR on hand, so I
, , (ri iny vou now; we're clear- T mfm f '"'de the price to clear at. ,
Clearing Heaw Weight All Wool (white) in Hart Schaffncr & Maix Suits Will P1 I " i 1 , m i Z
I'nion Suits, regular , V so value, ribbed CO Eft that ranged from $25.00 to U 1 1 I AOOLWAISIS. all sizes and -real yQ
or Hat weave, now jZ.JUSnit .V.oo. All sixes and Tj Jj v;tl"',s at "
stylJS' at ' Boa SHOES. Made of Zoo 9 to 1 2, 31.90
"Wright V Heavy Fleeced Lined shirts and o a , TjEZTZ . ,. m Calf. tea stitch so they 13 to SI. 75
i'au.-rs.th...5oki,ul,,u,u OC WCtaj OVERCOATS !;;-;uS cantrip. - .00
We're clearing 39 paira Corduroy Pants, d a o Convertible collars, 51 inches long, ffl C f Men'a and Boys' Black and Tan Hi Cut A rff
the t-'-50 i-ade, sies 38 to 4 ) waist, at S tO plain and fancy weaves. They rang- Vkfl J SI K KS, all sies, at
wr 1 i ad In price from i j. 500 118.00. AH JJy aOl 7T ! 71 T" - .
w e have 87 pans 0i Pantt m worsteds to .lea.. nQr ue IU)W 7T ' Here s Some Money havers for You
I he re the J 1.50 kind, but vou can bu em now m 3V
' Mons Lined Muleakln Mitts 25
uajc C I Here's an opportunity for thrifty (T OP" llen'a Wool Hoaai 8 pair for 25
I lere 5 Hie nap! buyers. We're clearing 1 7 Suits Vl Men I an.d c '.ill Skin Mitts 3Q,
Clearing 03 piecea oi all-wool salmon color mg that sold for si-'.so to iis.oo tor aJoOt . FS1 u"1;'!"'"''''"- !!" S 60'
1 i 1 n i m . . .1, ,1 ' pjOVS A AN uol Sweater ( oats with
Shirts .,nd Drawers, regular sellers at $..50. Uf We ve got all stes and st les. T Byron, Sailor and Shawl Collara al 08e
all sies, now . C om. in and try them on. Hi lane of N.-ckwear ai Qr
biggest Clearance Sale The Famous Clothing House ciate it and so will you
PERCY COGSWELL. MANAGER. ASSISTED BY H. E. BETEBENNER AND BUD RUMER