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The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, October 10, 1912, Image 8

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Young men's suits
at $20, $25, $30
Hart Schaffner & Marx
makes stylish suits that you
will pay twice the money
for at a custom tailor's. If
you haven't already saved
some money this way, you'd
better investigate.
Fine Shoes, Hats, Underwear, Gloves
and Hosiery
THE FAMOUS, of course
Alliance's Largest Clothing Store
Alliance Shoe Store
Repairing promptly done after Oct. 9th
Mrs. Wm. Rust , Sr.. living Tour
miles north of town, has been on
the sick If Rt for few flays. She
Is bolter at this time.
Riehnrdson Vr Walbridge have hail
chance of the Atlas rooming house,
lit! Rox Hutte avenue, formerly called
the Younkln rooming house, a little
more than a month, and report
splendid business. They are. compe
tent to run the house In first-class
style, unci ;is a result are seeing a
good iwtronage. As a part of their
policy of being up-lo-date, they have
had some job printing done and also
subscribe for The Herald to be eni
to the Atlas Rooming House.
Mr. A. B. Stuckey is making a
good recovery from her recent op
eration at St. .Josephs hospital. She
will be able to gm to her home In
a few days.'
Norman McCorkle ami Roy Miller
made a pleasure trip to Hot Springs
Sunday and report a delightful
Elsie Harris, the eight year old
daughter of Oscar Harris, living
near Rerea, was operated on for
appendicitis at St. Josephs hospital
last Saturduy morning. She is mak
ing a good recovery so far.
Ora K. Phillips came down to Al
liance the first of the week on busi
ness, remaining a couple of days. He
informed The Herald that business
is good in his town. Jn addition' to
Is'ing engaged in mercantile husiness.
he buys and ships otatoes. Up to
the first of this week he had bought
and shipped sixteen CM loads from
Marsland. Rolmont and Hemingford.
1,. l,ouis, a railroad . niplo.ve fell
I rom u scaffold Saturday niKUt and
broke rt rib and his collar bone. He
was taken to HI. hOsepns Hospital
where the fracture was reduced hy
Dr. Single, and he Is getting along
a;- well as could be expected updcr
the circumstaiK-es.
Especially for Young Men
The "Park"
One of Stein-Bloch's Triumphs
snug where it should be. Shoulders
narrow-tread, but everything C O M
FORTABLE. This is a strong
point to remember
Fabrics too numerous to mention. Eng
land, Scotland, Ireland all represented in
rough stuff, and some beautifully pat
terned worsteds for the man who likes
We have your suit waiting for you. Try oil today sure
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hfarh fits mt as
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$20 upwards
What Sterling Is to
Silver. Stein Block
is to Clothing
Arrow Shirts
The care and experience and all they
cost do not show, btlt when you tind that the
colon are fast, the stitches hold, the buttons
stay on, and the garment does not lose its
original comfortable fitting proportions, then
you'll appreciate the qualities that were given
to you when you bought Arrow Shirts.
We now have a complete showing
of the
Celebrated Florsheim Shoes
They are worn by critical dressers
from coast to coast. S5.00
See our wonderful S3.50 Shoe,
is a peach."
it 1
We have the largest assortment of Velour and Rough Hats
in town. Don't fail to see them
A Better Store for Men
White Cat Klosed-Krotch Union Suits
The City Library Still Continuing in
Thank are due the ladies of the
P. K. O. society for the gift to the
pubik- usran or lb Uss intern..
tlonal emv rloisiedia of tvveiitv twn
To 8 K Warrick and the Meih
odiat Sunday school for the Sunday
ftchiwl library.
To Mm. 0
Macy and the H-u.
tint Sunday school for the Kaptlst
Sunday school library.
In the l eoman lodge for the fol
lowing six hooks Anne of Green
(rubles, by Montgomery; Anne of Av
cnlea, by Montgomery ; Dandelion
I ollage, by Kanklii; Adopting of
Rosa Marie, by Raukin; Captains
( ourageous, by Kipling and Child's
Ufd of V ernes, by Stevenson.
After November 1. the public 11
brary will be open every afternoon
in the week, except Sundays, from
- until 5 o'clock, and every evening
in the week from 7 until o'clock
A Live Wire
GAGE Millinery
f f J
i r .. ? x .
Cmf ' ' It C.
Gage Millinery
Miss l lark, an expert
trimmer, is in charge, with
111 assistant trimmer. Le
us plan our trimming.
ARR1VKI). Come am
look them over.
Harper's Toggery
Rev. A. L. Godfrey and wife arc
the parents of n baby girl born Sun
day morning. This gives them two
little girls to brighten their lioine.
m m m
Maurius laursen and wife, living
twenty-live mile northwest, are
the parents of a baby boy, born to
them Sunday morning. All par; Sc
are doing well. Mr. Iiursen car
ries the mail on the Hashman route.
Might as well cut down tile high
ost of living by saving oir your ex
pense tor toot wear, when you can
get the best men's ami boys" shoes
it Nichols' shoe shop much cheaper
than the same class of goo. Is can
bought at other places.
dvertisetiicnt iltfl 4H4)
Rev. J. H. While, synod superin
tendent of the I nited I'lvshyterian
hurch, of Cedarwood, Colorado,
shopped between traitu.s wedneed
with Rev. A. L. (Rxlfrey. Rev.
White was on his way to TomiOC'
ton, Wyoming.
Men and boys, don't forget to go
to Nichols' shoe shop for either work
shoes or fine dress shoes, and save
Advertisement (44tfl4M)
A. I). Rodgers left Monday for a
trip to ihe North IMatte valley in
the interest of the Alliance Prult Co.
The inenfs and boys' shoes sold
by Mi I). Nichols fit better, wear
longer, and give better satisfaction
than shoes sold at other places for
more money. Give hlin a trial and
be convinced.
Advertisement (44ifl4!Ml
same town, who is being taken to a
.Mrs. C. D. Hall has returned from
a two weeks' visit in Omaha with
relatives. While there she attend
-d As-Sar 1 1' D.
The city authorities are grading
Kaat Third street. The grade is
being lowered and the dirt taken
away used to fill crossings on lara
mie avenue.
A light rain fell last night, contin
uing this morning. Most of the
J. C. McCorklei ia in Heaver on a farmers have their potatoes already
business trip
Wm. King i in Denver
on busi-
Mrs. R. L. !,aing, of Cedar county,
Missouri, is visiting her son, B, G.
Laing, for a couple of weeks.
Kred Hill, wlio is employed as bar
tender tit Campbell's saloon, receiv
ed a telegram Wednesday morning
that his father had died at eight o'
clock in the morning. He left on
the noon 'train the same day for La
Junta, Colorado, where his home Is.
A party of four automobile loads
of hunters went thru Alliance Wed
nesday on their way to Chadron
from the sand hills, where they have
been on an extende hunting trip.
They were equipped with h full out
fit of stoves, tents, etc
Mrs. A. II. George, of St, Ixmis.
an aunt of G. H. Stanton, arrived a
week ago this morning from Denver,
and will visit in this city until the
last of the month, when she will re
turn home. She spent the summer
at Denver and other Colorado points.
iKd. I. Helmbold. wire and little
daughter Wilma, came over from Al
liance last Saturday to spend a few
days with Rushville friends and rel
atives. Wilma expects to stay in
Rushville with her grandmother and
dug but a number are still busy and
a freeze after this train would dam
age the crop considerably.
Mrs. Arthur Went worth ami Mr.
and Mrs. N. C. I'eckham, all of
Cresco, Iowa, are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. II. B. BkJOQ
in Alliance. Mrs. Wentvvorth is a
sister of Mrs. Itoon and Mra. Peek
ham a niece. They will remain
here about a couple of weeks.
Al Wiker, agent for the l'aiue
Flshburn Granite Co., whose adver
tisement appears in this issue, will
have a car load of mo'iunients and
tombstones here within a few weeks,
for which lie has advance ortlers. He
has orders, also, for more than a
car load for spring delivery.
The many frlende of Mi's. H. K.
f.ocn who read The Herald will re- j HMelu aoBOOl this winter Rush ville
Ifret very much to learn of her ser-j j3tMnuaru () ( 4
irui nine. She has been ailing I
Mrs. S. C. Soules, 42: Cheyenne
avenue, will entertain the Woman's
Association of the First Presbyterian
church next Wednesday afternoon.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Real,
Wednesday morning, a baby girl.
tor about two months and Just re-I Kerd. Wendt, postmaster at
,-.nilv has become bedfast The phy mout and storekeeper (here, and I.
ilciau hus decided that an operation ' M. Coy, dealer in lumber and coal hcriis, ai.uu
will be necessary to restore her to at the same place, were in Alliance
1 . mar v 1 11 1
health. ou business .vionuay naiN urn m
both of the gentlemen subscribed
M. D. Nichols, the enterprising for The Herald.
shoe repair man. has aded a pegging
machine to his equipment, so that 1 Cecil Smith made a trip up the
Hint part of his worn can now o- .-ortn r:ane vHiie ninun; m
done by foot power instead of by
V grand ball will be given in Phe-
1 lun 01, 1., hnitse Thursdav eVftnlnic.
J Oet, 24, under auspices of the Royal
Rel- Highlanders. Music will be furnish
ed by Minnie Wiker's orchestra.
Chairman Social Committee.
thMf a carload of horses.
George A. Mollring arrived h MM
Saturday afternoon four of the
High school boys ran a Marat hou
race of four mile, star ing from the
I'ii st National Hank corner and end
ing at the some point. Those run
ning were Resta White, Ira Wright,
Mrs Julia Hale and two children, I from Chicago today on Li. having I Clarence S. hafer and Art Webster,
p url and Virgil left this noon for j been gone i.l.out two weeks. He re- The running time of the winner, Clar-
ported rain U
Gordon, Nebr.. to attend the runerai
of Mrs Hales father, H. U. Korett .
whose death occurred at that place
yesterday. The funeral will be held
Mr. Khiuest of Torriugton. Wyom
ing, on the Guernsey line of the Bur
the way from Chicago eni-e Sehafer, was
mi nines and
to Alliance. While in the city he
made a study of the Latest good In
his line and ordered a stockof up-to-date
The Guernsey branch train was
delayed about three hour Saturday
on account of 43 being
15 seconds Resta White finished
second about three yards behind. The
boys speeded up the last 100 yards
and made a grand finish, although
the run part of the way was against
a wind.
First prize was a $10 gold cup and
second prize was a 9t gold shield.
. . . a in .. u'mMi. 1 uhMrn.kitn
ii 1. ...... ..l 1 in . 11, uce i 1. in. c --
iav noon on his way to Omaha a I late. The Denver train did not The prixea were donated by the bus!
vo.upavlng Andy Johnson of the wait but left on Mme. ne men of Alliance.

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