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TIIE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1921.
BARGAIN BASEMENT Outing: Flannels 12y2c YARD Palm Olive Soap, Saturday, 6c bar THE BARGAIN SPOT OF THE WEST Trade Here Saturday Bargains Galore Will Greet You 1000 PAIRS OF SHOES, SHOES In the Basement. Shoes for the entire, family at savings that are savings. NOTIONS IN THE BARGAIN BASEMENT Safety Pins ......4c 10c box Rubber Hair Pins, for . 5c 10c box Wire Hair Pins, for 5c Shaving Soap ... 5c Hose Supporters 10c Bias Tape ........15c 10c Pearl Buttons 5c Tooth Brushes 10c 25c Combs, for ...19c Silk Thread.. .. ..5c 50c Hair Brushes 33c Williams' Tooth Paste ..... ...10c 10c Tablets .......5c 10c Toilet Paper ...... . . . . . . ...5c Children's Shoes Black Calf Skin Sizes 5V to 8 . $1.69 Sizes 8i2 to 12 $1.89 Sizes 12 to 2 $1.98 Black Kid Sizes 5U to 8 1 $1.98 Sizes 8U to 11 - $2.48 Sizes 12io to 2 $2.98 Brown Calf Skin ' Sizes 512 to 8 .$1.98 Sizes 82 to 12 $2.48 Sizes 12'2 to 2 $2.98 BOYS' WORK SHOES $2.48 and $2.98 Men's Dress Shoes Black or Brown, no better wearing shoes, up-to-date and stylish. $3.48, $3.98 and $4.98 BOYS' SHOES Brown or Black Sizes 8U to 12 $2.48 Sizes J2'2 to 2 $2.89 Sizes 212 to 5V2 l $2.98 yOMEN'S SHOES Jtfck or Brown Kid, Elack or Brown Calf Skin; Low, Military or Louis Heel. $2.98. $3.69. $3.98. $4.98 MEN'S WORK SHOES $2.48 GREAT SALE OF BLANKETS Cotton Blankets $1.98, $2.79, $2.98 $4.00 Wool Nap Blankets $2.98 $4.50 Wool Nap Blankets .$3.48 $5.00 Wool Nap Blankets $3.98 $6.50 Wool Nap Blankets $4.98 $9.00 Half Wool Blankets $6.98 All-Wool Blankets - i$9.98 Sale of Women's Outing Gowns ..$1.19 Children's Sleeping Garments 98c Sateen Petticoats 98c White Outing Flannel, yard 15c Boys' Waists 69c $2.00 Corsets $1.23 Children's Sateen Bloomers 39c 63-inch Percale, 19c Yard Go den e Store Fine Dress Ging hams, 19c Yard - " ; : : : ; ' St. Agnes Bazaar at Roof Garden Ended Thursday Evening ELLSWORTH. The recent rains and snow have done more for the betterment of our Band hill roads than a score of men could possibly do. Road Overseer will soon start his work which was delayed on ' The bazaar for the benefit of St account of the recent storm but thanks Agnes academy .which has been on, to the storm our "overland route at the roof garden in full swing Tues- travel may now agrain be easily carried day, Wednesday and Thursday of this on. u Vl, . ;v, (k th Bwpr.1 Walter Wiirhtman and C. C. Jame- f ii ...a Ttifr w pvckixI. son were Omaha visitors the latter Inb-lv wpII natroniied. and a substan- part of this week expecting to return .., tA Knaif the first of next week. They are Vial RUIII no. moiuru ivi mo - - , , j- VT .v. ., . ti,... . ,- workins- in connection with the rie- VI Wl U aaucilljr. iilic ncic m .tuna- . ' , , . , . ber of features, Including twelve braska Stock Growers association and booths with various articles for sale also on company business and raffle, suppers and. a bowery J- L; .oun was an Alliance busi dance each evening. Miss Edith Wil-.ness v sitor Wednesday, returning the liams won the prize in the popular ,5iii?e FOWLING lady contest, with Miss Marie Rath burn taking second place. Other prize winners were: Satin Center Piece Mrs.' Dewey Donovan. v boll--Mrs..W. J. Conners. Library Scarf Mrs. Paul Holler, Edgemont, S. D. Table Cover Catherine Finnegan. Thermos Bottle J. W. Atkins. Marble Statue Mrs. Lackey. Hat J. J. Hodgkinson. Hand Painted Dresser Set James Vinton. . ' lemonade Set Elizabeth McCoy. Tea Set Alma McCaiTery, Emmett, Neb. ' ' Cake Set Gertrude Clark. Oil Painting Mrs. J. J. O'Connor. Cake Plate Lillian Berzina. Knights of Columbus Pillow M. F. Nolan. Kodak Dan Foley. Pinsetta Pillow C. Brittan. Tipperary Pillow L. Siefert. , .Flag Pillow C. Brittan. Rose Pillow Marguerite Burke. Tan Pillow W. li. Harper. Canary Pillow Mrs. Hargarten. Pillow Eddie O'Connor. Cow, donated by John Daugherty Fred Hays. Milk cow, donated by Jim Dougherty H. Rosetta Pony Mrs. Ed Mullen. Atkinson, Neb. Cow, donated by Mr. and Mrs. Mack en George Buechsenstein. Ecru Luncheon Set Mrs. Henne berry. Hand embroidered night gown Mrs. Hennsberrv. Chop Tray Mrs. J. W. Jackfon. Luncheon Set Emmett McDonald. .Victrola Mrs. H. A. Copsey. lon of Coal fc.il Morns. Popular Man Mr. Morgan, Ray Tiemey was a business visitor here the middle of the week. C E. Bameby and Dr. Cowles of Lakeside accompanied Mr. Tiemey. Harrison Strausberger who shipped cattle to Omaha market Saturday re turned Tuesday reporting about the same as all of our shippers, not a very encouraging market. A gentleman school teacher arrived yesterday from the eastern part of the state. He will teach a school near Spade. Mrs. J. II. Donahoe will take charge pf the Ellsworth hotel, November 1, relievi-?? Mrs. J. L. Young, who has been in charge for the past eighteen months. Mr. and Mrs, Young are moving into the Moore house southeast of the hotel. Don't forget the dance here Satur day night, given under auspices of the Ellsworth baseball cub. A good three p;ece orchestra is hired for the occa sion and the usual good time assured. J. D. Gray of North Bingham re ports that his little daughter who was recently operated on for appendicitis ut St. Joseph's hospital in Alliance, it now nicely on the road to recovery. Tanlac is manufactured in one of the largest and most modernly equip ped laboratories in this country. F. E. Holsten. 95 SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST. Methodist church building, east Fourth street. Sabbath school, 2:30 p. m. Bible study, 3:30 p. m. All are welcome , , Find the Smallest Mammal. OMAHA A shrew, the smallest mammal in North America, "was dis covered on the Grant Welker ranch in first Cherry county, Nebraska, last week by trize. a doll: consolation nrize. a Dair a party of scintists from the Held of socks M. Nolan. I museum in Chicago, according to Col. Most popular lady Edith Williams, Dale Bumstead, one of the party, who Jrize, Centerpiece. Second prize, Rose passed through Omaha Tuesday. The 'illow, Marie Rathburn. I scientists were on an expedition in the sand hills looking for rare specie. of Rnw vAiif mnnf it MaI I reptiles and insects. Tlw - Mmm 1 dUV yOlir nieai at lUCI-.foundbytheiwrtyisfurarinarind llf. J..i. U'.'niil "o larger than a caterpillar. Colonel VinS Market: IlSStnCtlyjBumstleadsaid. ItisaWrowiiituni. fAnn r n i mal closely resembling a m-juse. It UniOn. DUO DOX bUlie .lVe. will be placed on exhibition in the j home. Ir leiu museum. " i . t i. uwi headed the party. Boardman Conover We are rather late in announcing the wedding of two of the leading young people of this vicinity. A quiet wedding took place in Alliance, Tues day, October 18, at which time Miss Iva Wilkins wa3 married to Howard Essex. We wish them a long and a hanDV wedded life. Bruse'a were callers at the Mann home one evening last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bert, Marsh of Sioux City, la., visited last week with her cousin, Mrs. N. E. Hurlbut and mother. Miss Sibyl Hutchinson spent Friday and Saturday attending Institute in Alliance. : . Joe Kennedy and John Caha visited at Scottsbluff one day last week. We are" very sorry to hear that Mrs. Louise Henning had to be taken to the hospital last Friday. The doctor pro nounced it lockjaw caused by blood poison in a tooth. Miss Simpson and Miss Hamilton at tended the teacher's institute in Alli ance last week. James Kennedy and son, Bud, motored to Mitchell and Scottsbluff Sunday, to see another son, John, but failed to meet him at either place. James Eaton and family and Mrs. Elsea spent Monday evening at the Huhlbut home. Mr. Banks was an Alliance caller one day last week. Everyone was very giaa to see tnei rain Tuesday as the fall grain needed moisture very badly. i The small son of Marshall Sheldon took worse Friday evening and they moved him to Mitchell to a hospital. At the last report, he was slightly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Elsea and mother Mrs. Kate Brus, motored to Alliance Saturday. They had the misfortune to run out of gasoline on the road, but got some from the mail carrier and went on their way rejoicing. Nels Peterson called at the ranch one day last week. Jay Hall and wife and children mot tcred to Heminjrford Saturday, stay ing over night. Frank Hall did their work while the were eone. The dance at the Essex home Sat urday niirht was attended by an extra large crowd and a big time reported tv all. , We are very sorry to hear of the death of Mr. Annen ox north or Mem injrford. Funeral services were held in Hemingford Monday mornnig. The entire community joins in offering in Alliance last week. Then she Fpent a few days visiting her hus- l r - Ti . . i t . uunu a loins, ivirs. rtnnur L.ore motor ed her out to her school Monday af-'" ternoon. They were accompanied by! Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. James Eaton and son ( J and Mrs. Elsea spent Sunday at the Albert Hall home. 3" . Mr. Hurlbut and Mr. Marsh neve a! hunting one day last week and had the jk good fortune to get twenty-nine ducks. , . Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Hurlbut and "J mother, Mrs. Langford, motored to J Scottsbluff Monday to see the lattei's son, Albert, who has been sick again. ; He expects to leave for New Mexico again as soon as he is able to travel. . Mrs. Arthur Lore, Roy Nichols und wife were callers at the Peterson home , Monday afternoon. i Ab tiall motored to Heminifford Monday after a load of coal. I Jamee' Henderson called at the Jske J, Henderson home Sunday morning. , i : New potato sacks, in any quantity. 0'B a n n o n & Neuswanger. you The Denver News 1 The only Denver paper delivered in Alliance the same day it is published. , Delivered Daily at Your Home or Office 70c a Month (Including Sunday) V 5; Leave Subscriptions at Alliance Shoe Shining Parlor, 121 Box Butte Ave. LAKESIDE .V.VWAWJWAWAWiWAV.V.V.W.VAViWrf ! Mr. McKinley and family of east Lakeside moved Monday into the house recently vacated by the Quist family near the Hord plant. . The Misses JUllie and Aiauu iooper and Bill Kirlin of Leerance. Wyo., are visiting at the Roy Hudson home at the present time. - The girls are sisters of Mrs. Hudson, i Mrs. Walter Rice and children were in town Monday from near Ellsworth. i Mr. Van Alstine shipped three car loads of cattle from here to the east em market Tuesday. This part of the sand hills was vis ited by a rain Tuesday which turned into a snow storm in the evening. Dr. E. C. Cowles went to Ellsworth Tuesday, returning home in the even- Pete Sandoz was in Lakeside Tues day morning, looking for a man to help with the work on his ranch. , E. B. Jameson returned irom nis eastern trip Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Marcomb of the nAi.Vnn. fanVi rptni'nrl from A triD U ini.vv, ------ to Alliance Tuesday. 1 Dick McConaughey was in town. from the Van Alstine ranch Tuesday. Hpnnr Bond, traveline salesman, iieiuiK , T...- their sympathy to the bereaved fani-.waf " I ;iv ' ' Jasper Colvm and wile were dinner euests at the Hurlbut home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Caha and child ren of Hemingford motored out to the Joe Kennedy home Friday and visited until Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy motor ed to Hemingford Monday to attend Mr. Annen 8 funeral. Ppt Keamev was in lua on busi ness Wednesday. The ladies' aid society met at the church Wednesday. Charles Carey was in town from his ranch Wednesday morning. The ladies' aid society will have a gocial at the church October 31. They i will have for sale sandwicnes pie, m T . . " neaoea me party. uoarumui unover NeV POtatO SaCkS, in any, of Chigo w another member. The i i m t ' party bought a lake in the sand hills flUantllV OKannOn & establish a 4,fur farm" to breed NeilSWanger. 96tl.onel Bumstead said. FraXvIuXn and family of A1U- cake, ice cream and coffee. Everybody ranic vaugnn ana lamiiy oi aiu ' , hrinr some one W1th you. ance spent rriday at me nuriout , t. me. Mr. and Mrs. Marsh returned . C"JV' - home with them in the evening We understand there will be Our 20 to 30 ON Stoves and Ranges Off STILL GOES We them. must f ii i 'miiLijjj.aixM''"1"1 " move Buy your meat at Mel ius Market. It's strictly Halloween dance at the Wilkins' home Saturday night, une also at tne mis- Vin Mrs. Audrey Nichols, teacher in the imnr fiflQ Ray Butte AVC Winten tUstrict, attended the Institute t UIllUH. OVO UVA. uuviv ix Geo. D. Darling FURNITURE and IIOUSEFURMSIIINGS 115-117 West Third Street Alliance, Nebraska SPECIAL SALE OF REME OIL 3 bars for 30c 1 bar FREE WE REDEEM COUPONS ON CREME OIL and CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP HERSHMAN & SCOTTEN Phone 132 ALLIANCE DRUG STORE 211 Box Butte