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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 February 1902

tj i W ff A s ' c The Alliance herald A A ' . . ' - t' i JClx 7Cn- ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1902, VOLUME IX, NUMRER 9. E5 '! r ; r ' i ,f , !J;.. Ml. H? 1 W. II. Tlllotson. ...OUk OWN... T? in ARE MADE FROM D J"H ND always fresh i in stock. Wc fr guarantco every jl. one of them, v and will gladly refund your money if you are not satisfied. We can give hundreds of testfmonials from pco- " pie who have used them. Try one of the fol lowing : Dr, Lewis' Cough Sump. Dp, Lewis' Toilet Cream. Balju Cough Syrup. Electric Liniment. Eagle Dyspepsia Tablets. Dr. Lewis' Headach Tablets. .Our Own Corn Cure. Our Own TootliQGhe Drops. Dompound Pile Ointment. W. E TIUOTSMV. 3V Wv& Sa$V& "PUaxmacAj. 9 Dr. Allen, dentist, opem house. Coal and wood. W. James, 'phone 5. Aker's coal, Canon lump and nut coal "W. JamHS. Drugs ore Buy your furniture before the Red Tag Sale rumour. Felnuary 28 is the last ' dny.f-GEo. Darling. ' - The Ladies' Aid Society of the Meth...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 February 1902

It you don't got tho biggest and. bost It's your own fault. Doflanco Btarch in for ealo ovorywhcro and thoro Is positively nothing to equal It in quality or quantity. TO MOTHERS Mrs. JT. H. Haskijs, of Chicago, Xll. Preftfckmt Chicago Arcade Clib. Addresses Comforting "Words to Women Regarding Childbirth. 4 DsA.it Mrs. PiNitnAM! Mothers &eod not Oread chlldbonrinff after thoy know tlio valuo of Lydla E. l'lnk Iiam's Vcgotablo Compound. While I loved children I dreaded tho ordoal, for it loft mo weak and sick MB8. J. IT. KABItlNS. for months after, and at the time I thought doath was a wolcomo relief; but before my last child woe born a pood neighbor advised I.yHaE.Plnk ham's vcgotablo Compound, and I used that, togothor with your Fills and Banatlvo Wash for four months beforo the child's birth; it brought me wonderful reliof. I hardly had an aoho or pain, and when tho child was ten days old I left my bed btronrr in health. Every Hprlngandfalllnowtako nbottlo of Lydla E.Plnlchnm'...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 February 1902

BEAUTIFUL WOMEN WHO ENDORSE PERUHA. v I THE DUST OF WASHINGTON Properly Rebuked the "YoungBter." When tho great chemist, ihcvmul, who-" statue was rerontly unveiled In Franco, attained his 100th birthday, ho was entertained at a public dinner at which his son, a high ofllclal in tho department of justice, 67 years of age, was also present. Tiro old man mado a speech, and In telling an hnccdoto made a slight slip, which his son sop rocted. Old Chevreul turned around quickly and said In a sharp voice: "Hush, young3tor, when I am talking," nnd the "youngster" held his tongue The 8hah is "It." One of tho most absolute of tho world's monarch Is tho shah of Per sia, who is master of the lives and goods of all his subjects. Tho wholo revenue of tho country being at his disposal, recent ehaha havo been able to amass largo private fortunes. That of the present occupant of the throno Is reported to amount to $25,000,000 or $30,000,000, most of it represented by diamonds. r r ft ! A h Vlrchow ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 February 1902

h.t. w MMMHMMWfc(W fMSWMBN- PUBLISHED CVCRY rMIDAY. orricial Publication of Box Butte Countu.- Uy T. 0 O KKKl'tt. tOfflce nt AUInneo, Nobrnkn,iM iWntcrwl nt UiO Pojtpflleo nt Alliance J SeCond-Olam Mnll Matter. HATES OP SUSSOnlPTIONt For year (In nflrnneo)... Sl.ttHTIireairtOiiUii Meant Six month .. 7SnniploilihfrctoiiyniHltM 1ST Advertising rules nindo Known on nppllontlon. The City of Alliance. Alliance ii n thriving, pushing Rrowlng Httlt city of 3500 wiulu, with n future full of promUc-lndevd, so bright h tho outlook, It Is frtMily prwllctwl tlmt within ilvo years It will haven popula tion nt from Sono to WW). In nil of Northwest Nebraska then) Is no town, In point of imputation and volume of liusltioss, that can npproncli It. Its railroad facilities arc tho best, being located on tho main lino of the great IJarltiigton and Missouri lllvcr railroad system ; and Its school and churches aro not surpassed any where Itspooplo nro hospttahlu, enterprising and Intelligent. Ittcllmnto ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 February 1902

V fry I i - V L-. w A'JL . .v Js'JA . :- ( 'V . ", , i U- y i,iJJ"SJ!MsJwJJJMii2 E. 1. Moon, editor of the Scottsbluff Herald, .is a Icvol-hoatled, philosophical sort of a man. Recently1 the commissioners of Scottsbluff county Called for bids for the County printing, and Bro, Moon, being on the wrong side of the fence, politically, got left, of course. But ho doson't whine a bit. Here is what ho says about it. A number of papers in the state are just now raising a big howl on account of their not getting the, county printing in their counties. This giving vent to one's feci ings when you are shoved into the back ground by a cold, unfeeling board of com missioners is a sure indication of "sour grapes." The Herald filed a bid to do the county printing and furnish the stationery and supplies, and we got just what wo c pectedj nothing ana we're not sore about it either, Somebody has said that "he who bloweth not his own horn, the same shall not be blown." Evidently the editor of the Gor...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 February 1902

tffRMIi MVifeAwttfW 3'!9lfdtlWIrr"-.'ai!WM. MM9f sa . i I Che alliance Herald By T. J. O'KEEFE. alliance:, NEDnASICA. $$e$K$KM4'4s, I THE NEWS IN BRIEF. H,H' Reciprocity will bo the order on which future Swiss tariff lavs aro based. Colonol J. W. Polk, n cousin of President Polk, died' at hh home In Kansas City, aged 82. James Colerman of Clay couny, Kan sas, a student In Emporia college, has been chosen secretary of tho Kansas Oratorical association. Tho German Nautical society of Hamburg has passed a resolution for tho widening of tho Klol canal, as thin canal has already reached Its traffic capacity. Clarence E. Dawson, chairman of tho civil Borvlco board of the rural free delivery sorvlco, has resigned to enter private business. Ho was for years socrotary to tho postmaster gen eral. Lake steamship HncB and tho rail roads aro engaged In a Btrugglo ovor hd pnymout of commissions, which is likely to Bovor tho friendly rela tions that liavo hlthorto existed be tween them. A meeting ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 February 1902

v &Y j. 'v' . X fr l iv ft l! r 4MMMMt I At Swords' Points; j I A SOLDIER. OF THE R.HINE. X By ST. GEOR.GE RATHDORNE MMMMt Copyright, by Stout & Smith. Now York. CnAPTEU XII (Continued.) Three against ono Is always heavy odds, even when the lone Individual Is built In heroic mold, and Paul was not averse to calling for assistance from such a source. 60 ho strolled up and down, nursing a cigar and keeping close to tho lino of carriages. A singular thing happened, which gave Paul cause for much speculation later on. Glancing down the lino, he saw a woman's head projected suddenly from the window of a flrst-class carriage. It was bo quickly withdrawn, and somehow he was under the Impression that the sight of him so near at hand had been the cause of its disappear ance. More than this, Rhlnelander was al most ready to take his oath that he had seen something familiar about the head. In fact, ho had good cause to bellevo the party was no other than tho Coun tess Aimce. When ho wa...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 21 February 1902

Wfh mfmmtMMmuitnitfiiimtf ' . " m mSttmtmttmtttttt it KllWi" i"iiii.lij liiftl(l.ili.iiMll-ii ' MMMMMhPMli 77ie News . KCITH L. Keith I ricror In fully authorial to o licit subscriptions nnd Job work mid collect and receipt for same, nnd transact till other buttlncs In connection with his position n nn Hccrcdlted repreticittalire of tliU impcr.) B. A M. TIME TABLE. Passenger tnilns lento IlemltiRford, dally, iui follow)) I No.4l, west,.. 1M0 a.m. 1 No. 42, onit...3:44 p.m. All reRulnr trains carry pfiSMjiiffer. Mrs. Harold Olds was ill a dny or two Inst week. Frank Bernu wns up from his much hi Liberty precinct Friday. O. S. Tnylor was a business visitor to Ucniiugford Wednesday. A. S. Enyeurt nnd B. H. WUdy were Alllnnco visitors this week. Harney Fendrieh, of II. Fendrieh & Co., of Buulnp, was in Hemlngford Inst week. The family of Carl Roberts, some of whom have been 111, are reported much better. John Armstrong lost a vnlunblo mnre this week. It breaks up his fine team of dr...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 July 1902

ZF $v' vpipwj,y 'I''v 7& Tf?iV W''''-SSl- """ '''Ti ( 0& iiiiii.. The Alliance Herald. f : m:-k4& k-j-s-h-j $ OiririoiAi Diini iniTinu x lAJir lulAler a aarmlaivts k OF DOX BUTTE COUNTY or HIGH CLABSCOMMEn- $ - AfclM, al . n. -n.MM .4. PAPER IN THE COUNTY. .1; - Min n t t? n et r? kirk h m miw rriLoato hhw iirhi .m:..K'!'Kw-:-24 VOLUME IX, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY JULY 11, 1902, NUMBER 29, '( (Si'occrlcs. oceooose : s I We Want... I YOUR TRADE. 2 Let us figure with vou on your haying till. Largest and most com plete stock of GROCER IES in Northwestern Nebraska. Actually the Lowest price and best Quality. Your trade solicited. Fresh baked Roods always on hand. Yours for fair dealing. I Alliance Grocery Co This Space Be longs to LEE ACHESON Successor to Mollring Bro's. Grocery Department. Clothing at cost, at the Fair Store. Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house block. Sheridan coal, Canon lump, nut and Aker's coal W. JaSies. x t Lockwood's arc selling fine l...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 July 1902

Ncubcrrj s llnrdunrc 1 stnMlshment. 1 HE President of Columbia Univer sity Talks to Pedagogues. TEACHERS GET DOWN TO WORK Members of National Educational As sociation Hold Three Important Meetings at Minneapolis President Beardchear III Treasurer's Report. Minneapolis, July 0. FIftoon thou sand or moro delegates to tho Na tional Educational association's con vention nro now in Minneapolis, and it is prcdlctod that by tonight tho number will reach 20,000. Tho meet ings yesterday wore confined to tin) national council, tho Indian depart ment and tho general session. Today tho real work In detail will com mence. Tho rank and file of tho visit ors were later in arriving than was expected, duo in a large measure to tho fact that many stopped on tho way to visit pointB of interest nlong tho route. Addresses of Welcome. Tho first gencrnl sosslou of tho as sociation was hold at tho exposition building, tho featuro bolng tho ad dresses of welcome and tho responses. But by far tho greatost ad...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 July 1902

. Wy ! J One Thousand Armed Men on Convict's Trail. CAPTURE BELIEVED TO DE NEAR Fugitive Who Has Been Terrorizing Seattle Escapes From House Sur rounded by Posse and Flcc3 With Bloodhounds Close After Him. Seattle, Wnsh., July 9. Hurry Tracy, tho fugitive Oregon convict, who lma killed six men ami wounded several others since June l), Is being hotly pursued by u.en and dogs In the country southeast of Seattle and will probably bo slain or capture! within a few hours. Ills pursuers, who have with them two fine blood hounds, nre only a short distance be hind him. Makes Another Daring Escape. Tracy made another extraordinary escapo from ono of the posses after him yesterday afternoon. Word was received at tho sheriff's otrico that Tracy had been at the houso of a Mrs. Gorald, near Ronton, for flvo hours. Fifty armed men at onco hastened to tho scene. When thoy reached tho place thoy secreted and took positions so they could watch tho houso. On the arrival of Sheria Gudihee the posse cl...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 July 1902

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Official Publication of Box Butte County. . T. J. O'KEGFE. JAMES WILCOX. .EDITORS. IKntured n tlio I'ostofilcn nt Alllmico, Nubraokn, ns PccnmWUIus Mnll Mutter. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. Per year (In ndvunw) 1.W Three months 30 cunts Six mouths tl Sitmiilu copies- free to tiny address C3T" Advertising rates imulo known on application. Fusion State Ticket. l'or Governor -V. II. THOMPSON, Of Hall County. LJoutonnnt-Govornor IJ. A. GIL1JKKT, Of York County. , Secretary of Stnto-JOIIN H. l'OWKKS, Of Hitchcock County. Auditor C. Q. njil'KANCK, Of Joflor.son County. State Treasurer --J. N. LYMAN. Of Adnms County. Snperinlendunt Public Instruction CLAUDE SMITH, Of Dawson County. AttorueyGuncral-J. II. HROADY, Of Lancaster County. Land Commissioner J. C. HHUNNAN, Of Douglas County. Wit'vn got 'oin ott tlio vary stutt, and unless this paper is woefully mistaken we'll havu 'cm when the votes are counted in Noyeinbor. ri. SiMut.TANito'iRt.Y with the niuioiiiicaiueul that A...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 July 1902

T J ; 'SVxwoxv Guy Sae :? -.-h-?-:- -:;-:-M-H-w-:':5-:'j-: xjrj : s:- This tiict town was startled one day last week by the tepott that someotlo had rounded up a herd of widows and brought tljein to town. It proved to be a fact and strong men turned pale and lied. The editor who boaids nt the Donoher, hardly dated to go to his meals during their stay and ho has gone to Kansas to recuperate, and the devil, when he had business in that dii action, made a sneak up the alley until he passed their stopping place. Webb, the cigarmaker, andjay Moffct, his helper, couldn't roll a cigar straight for several days but they have tecovor ed from the shock now. Al Thacher suddenly remembered that he wauled to visit a friend on the teservation and could hardly wait long enough to have the team hitched up. Thoy weie all soldicis' widows and they came here to homestead all the vacant land in Chcny countv. Valentine Demociat. Other cities may boast of their com mercial superiority, but the fact io ma...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 July 1902

THE CLUMSY MAN. Tow Ca Never Up Sure of What III" Next llnak Will He. The great virtue ubotit the really , clumsy man Is that he never exhausts his capabilities. When you think that tlie bedrock Is michixl, there la still n j lower dentli. If n detrimental relative should taint, the clunnjr ninn nska nft er his health with great pnitleulnrlty nnd will not bo nt lulled until lie re ceives a full nnil detailed reply. .Should there he nny Incident In your past which everybody has generously agreed to forKCt It Is the clumsy man who Bclr.o the one, the Inevitable opportu nity, when the club Is at Its fullest nnd says loudly; "Somebody was talking; the other day about that unfortunate little affair of yours In '05. Now tell me!" When on meeting him you say ensu ually and with no doslro for Informa tion, "How aro you 7" ho Insists on tv lng you complete data, and ho In as full of small complaints as a refractory pauper. It 1h only fair to add that he will ask affectionately after the cold...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 July 1902

f k ft X i. Y if V GETTING AWAY FROM HOME Tlie Spirit of IlrntlcnniicNN nml tlio Dcalrn Knr CliniiKC JuUkIhk by n pood dotil of llio con volution of tlio present dny, there arc a Ini'Ro iiiunber of people who have n positive horror of home. This curious revulsion of fooling Is tnlton by many persons as a sign of social detorlorti tlon. Tor our own part we find It cltlll cult to take It ciulto seriously or to seo In It nnythliiR more than a passing whim. Nobody nowadays likes monotony. Change Is what people desire -not per haps any great change, but lots of small change; not necessarily for the better, but for Its own sake. Now, there Is a great sameness about oiio'b own four walls, be tlivy ever so hand Borne. We all feel at times an overpow ering desire to look at something else. Wo enunot cuuuge the patterno or tho pictures on them every day, and neither they nor the home furniture over seems to alter In expression. Again, there Is a terrible sameness about one's own cook. Experie...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 July 1902

SM The News at Hemingford. j Htf ""- KEITH L. PIEBOE, OcPOBTCn. Koltli I Pierce It fully nuthorWd to so licit suliscrlptlonH imil Job work nmt collect will receipt for mnn', and tninsnct nil other business In connection villi liN position as ti accredited rupresentatlt o of tills paper. 1 Q. A. M. TIME TABLE. rnssoiiRcr train leave HomliiKford, dally, us follows! No. 41, west. 0:40 turn. I No. 42, oust... 3:14 p.m. All rcRulnr trains carry )iuunRor. Miss Hottrlch Is sick lit present. MrH. Uessio Price Is 111 this week. Mrs. McCnndless was in town Sun day. Matt lleaimiont went to Alllnce Tuesday. James Oshorn Is on the sick Hst this week. There was a Fourth of .July dinner at Alley's. See Clark Olds & Co. for binder twine. 20-tf C Olds and wife went up to Chadron Sunday to visit Frank Olds. Mrs C. J. Wlldy Is rusticating on the Nccland ranch for a few days Mrs. Curtis and Mrs. Hroshar were in from Canton on tho Fourth. Louie Zajic is building a new house on his farm two miles sou...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 July 1902

hJ""- S" X The Alliance Herald. r !?,-!l$-,$JH,,5-t" $ Wr MAI r & aomiAi OIALTY fr MMcn- j OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY $ A mn ntiiv ncuneniTia ! & t Ulau m Af&a nokjurn. t . .. . -.... w.. . . . ; CIAL PniNTINQ. 8PLEN- ',' DID PnEBSEB AND TYPE. J PAPER IN THE COUNTY. -SS-;5!5;j- VOLUME IX, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: FRIDAY JULY 18, 1902, NUMBER 30, " J r X i Y Groceries. I We Want... : ! j YOUR TRADE. j ! Let us figure with you on your haying bill. Largest aud most com plete stock of GROCER IES in Northwestern Nebraska. Actually the Lowest price and best Quality. Your trade solicited. Fresh baked goods always on hand. Youis for fair dealing. Alliance Grocery Co Minnesota High Grade Fancy Patent Flour, "Richelieu, )) The Best Flour on Earth. Sold Only by... LEE ACHESON. Clothing at cost, at the Fair Store. Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house block. Sheridan coal, Canon lump, nuf and Aker's coal V. -James. Lockwood's are selling fine leather and velour upholstered rockers, ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 July 1902

I I I am I) Cyclone Sweeps Northeastern Portion of North Dakota. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE IS FEARED Borup, Eldomdo and Thompson Tolal ?; Wiped Out. RELIEF TRAINS ON THE WAY Communication With the Storm-Swept DlBtrlct Ib Cut Off, but It is Known the Tornado Was Severe and Laid Low Threo Towns. FLOODS IN MISSOURI. St. Paul. July 10. Tremendous damage and, It Is thought, grcnt loss of Hfo, was caused hy a terrific wind storm which Inst evening swept In a southwesterly direction from tho In ternational houndary across tho north eastern nortlon of North Dakota. Threo towns, according to tho meagro roports which wero obtainable, wero totally wiped out. Telegraph lines nrc wrecked and thoro 1b no communication with tho section of tho Btato whero tho most Berlous devastation Is thought to have been wrought hy tho tornado. Communication Cut Off. Tho first Intimation of the serious ness of tho storm camo nt 8 o'clock, when the Great Northern and North ern Pacific telegraph HnoB In tho storm distric...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 July 1902

-s a TiT 1 I h V J- ".J-- ! i'f Y j. JW f Y i a WI3CON0IN FICHT IS ON. Delegates at Madison for Republican State Convention. Madison, July 1C Practically tho only topic under discussion among the delegates to the Republican stnto con vention, which meets today, is what the convention will do with regard to endorsing Senator John C Spooner for re-election. The followers of Govornor LaFollette, who are In control, nro de termined that the only condition on which Senator Spooner shall bo en dorsed Is for him to recall his letter of withdrawal from being a candidate for reelection, and added to this ho must stand upon the principles to bo adopted by the committee on resolu tions and support the candidates to bo nominated by tho convention, Whllo the stalwarts hope to have an endorse ment of the senator and a demand f jr his re-election without restrictions It can be stated definitely that this plau will not work out. Whllo the platform has not yet boon preparod fully, It Ib said that a ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 July 1902

PUOLIBHKO EVERY FRIDAY. Official Publication of Box Butte CountUt- J. J. O'KEEFK. TAMES WILCOX. . EDITORS. IKntcred nt tlio IVwtoftlco nt Alliance, Nebrnskn, ns Sevond-UliiKH Mull Mnttor. mn of subscription. Per year (In nclvnnco).........fl.!'fl Throo month...... 40r-enM 81x month MM 73 1 Hiimplo copies ftvo to tiny acltln-w tT" AdvcrtNIt (rra'es mndo known on application. The City or Alliance. Atllnnco Id a thriving, pushing, growing little city of IVM souls, wltli n future full of promise- Indeed, no bright N tlio outlook, It Is freely predicted Hint wlthtn llvo yonrilt will liuveii popula tion of from 5000 to HOOO. In nil of Northwest Nobriiskn there U no town, In point of iopulatlon iiiul volume of business, tlintcnn npprouch It. Its nillroiid facilities nro tho lies!, llng locutcd on tlio mull) llnoof the great Burlington and Missouri Hlvor railroad system j and It kcIiouIh unci churches aro not surpassed any where. Its people nro hospitable, enterprising and Intelligent. Hs c...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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