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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 December 1902

rr-'? jfs:'C3Bstc!3lKM' '.'- j.jt. mr- iLMmmmiymmmmmmmimiixwmMimu AjMririMkyjuKr"1 y awiBHBltwtJ0jg3ii'llJ ""..P V WftW i W ! ii m ii n.m.i. ui.mi.i i mum ijn iBiiiHMiiilii "I i ' j-- fcf r ii B" R l& K 77E tift MURDERED! High Prices by FAMOUS CLOTHING HOUSE 7 Since our advent into the city of Alliance there have been many closing out sales of Hen's Clothing and thus far, strange to relate, only one has closed out. We have the Purchasing Power to undersell either the real closing out sale or the fakir. We have Met slip the dogs of war" and the cry. of havoc resounds in all departments. Remember We Discount All Other Sales. AH Kinds of Competition Look Alike to Us. Compare Prices with the others Hen's Sox v Hen's Overalls , ' ' j ' " Junipers v t Knit Gloves v i Leather Gloves Calf Gloves '.'; ' " " . ', Engineer and Firemen's Sisterhood, Gloves ( v '",i ;Winter Weight Underwear Men's Cheviot Overcoats r;j ;, ''t Hen's Long Ulsters ,,,. jVlen's Heavy Sweaters Men's Arctics --.i't...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 December 1902

fWI-Vff- t T " I I I IH . .v . . - - $$& CHRISTMAS, 1902 s rv -? fe y ' S3 BSBEgBB ryji lz k. LH iM Lh K"T"jifc!Ey- t. rr'KSttf3jjr VJflB. ., MK''tg'' " i7""-- iijj!!ir--Tj'jL i' iiimKjfafr11 g "- . ' . ' . -j i"'rT 'imIi'ii' M"rrT""iS'ffP:s8BK. ' ' "-j-iZj JSwJ The Bushranger's Gift. Christmas in Australia. It is bard for us dwellers In tho north to realizo what Christmas weather is in tho antipodes. Hot and dusty and dispiriting, It would seom there could be littlo thought of re Jolcing at such n season, but the fes tival spirit was strong in the race which fashioned far-off Australia into a great country, and it will not bo robbed of Its traditional merrymaking. Such a merrymaking had been planned at tho farm of John Wickham, near what is now tho city of .Victoria, but then (in 1842) a lonely sheep-herd er's home, for in February, Mllly, Wickhani's daughter, was to marry Frank Goodwin, a rider on tho adjoin ing farm, though many miles away, and Frank was to spend -tho week wi...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 December 1902

to '' m l IV lh HA! KARA barn, tho Bmell of Uiy coffee la llko tho tasto of wlno to tho thirsty of tor my long tramp In tho crusty b n o w," and Karl tho Iron founder throw oft his 'huge Bltfn coat and emptied at a gulp tho brimming cup of coffeo handed him by hia sister Olga. Then placing a finger on his lip: "Var atllln, my Olga, I havo somo what to toll theo, but yonder llttlo pitcher haa long ears. So," ho con tlnuod, turning to a mtta of a girl bitting Bodntoly near the blazing flro placo, intontly ongagod in thumbing a well-worn primer book, "thou art studious, rain 1111a fllcka, ns I told theo to bo. Coma hither, my llttlo maid, and Bhow mo thy book." Ho took tho book quickly offered htm, and deftly placing in It something he secretly drew from his pocket, thrust It out of sight behind him. "Dost remember, Bwoothcart, that I told theo tho rooster pictured on tho front pngo of thy book would bring theo something If thou wort good?" "Ja, brother Karl, and so I havo been good; a...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 December 1902

'W, ,t'Y VT HOLIDAY SUPP ENT. UMMM THE C pMEB NEW WWW J" t" " BYMAIE JBOTHELDA -y 1 3 Svtr? 5 . . '- " -SF" . . (F-?JlgT j j IS f m i rf- - t fe li . z - A i-. f H. WBRTHEI MER wanted a baby. MYa. Wnrthel- (jKpBs)! OTer's asp Ira 1.4' V (oH lions for a nousenom c e n ter of attraction was substantial ly In the same direction. It must bo ad mitted here, however, that the desires of the two for tho same object did rot emanate from the same view u point; there was nothing marital in their thought, the son-and-hoir idea never ocurrlng to either of them. A dog, a cat and a canary bird had 3iithcrto been 'the objects of Mr. Wer- Mr. Wcrthelmer was amazed to find with soft pillows, a chubby-faced, of golden qurls hanging SIHEEUkWi ilHI -VIWH f J?V J15 flT ft ?f 3HB dBBBBHPAr Si- y&& B t)&?fy thoimer's amusements when off duty, hut ihe had grown weary of tho mon otony of all threo and wanted some thing human that he oould love, pet und .perish -.animals did not seem to nil tho v...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 December 1902

HOLIDAY SUPPLEMEN - A, tiif -r st -A w -J -x r,-i,. 'm.v 1',,'j , I. The Past aod tKe Coming The comlnK year promises to coe ' (a tho United States a moro marvol oui period of commercial and Indus trial development than oven that of tho yoar 1002. Tho prediction may bo Barely mado that American trado with tho East will bo doubled during tho next twolvo months and tho United 8tatcs will becomo tho dominant power of tho Pacific ocean. It is not beyond tho boundB ot possibility that within tho next docado tho empire of trado and commcrco will pass from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific shores. Having In mind tho vast strides Liken by our country in comparatively a few recent yeart, what tho volumo of our commorco will bo In another tiuartor of a century it would bo fool Ish to predict, but It will bo enormous. That tho influenco of America and the American people throughout tho world will havo increased, so that they will havo becomo not only tho great com mercial nation of tho world, but th...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 December 1902

"f ? r-. TJ? Jt ' ?' AUlc-rCG4-- f& i.$.$i. t-:.5;.. :-$h$.-$ The Alliance Herald. i$-HHj3H j:$-:-js H OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF BOX BUTTE OOUNTV & AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC & PAPER IN THE COUNTV. $ THE HERALD HAS THE 7 LAHQK8T CIRCULATION : or ihv iiiiiuoi 4 PnlNTB AUL THE NEWS. & Hs-:.:-::-:-:. 1 riajiii VOLUME 15. ALLIANCE, BOX BUfTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1902, NUMBER 52 k it x X i f Groceries. HAND PICKED .... GENITAN APPLES 80c PER BUSHEL. OTHER VARIETIES 78c PER BUSHEL. COME SEE 0VH 'XMAS CANNES, NUTS, PRVITS, PRESDNTS PQR ALL. BEST SELECTION OF LAMPS AND riNE CHINA AT THE LEAST HONEY OP ANY PLACE IN TOWN. Oem EtVj. 1vtVi Vt AiH. ALLIANCE GROCERY CO. iOO Pounds of For the Xmas trade, also . . Fresh Nuts Everything in Fruits and Vegetables for fhe Xmas - dinner . . . . Come in and see us . . . ' LEE ACHESON. Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house. i Clothing at cost, at the Fair Store. See Mrs.. Regan's new line of cloaks.- Call and see Norton's new clothing, C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 December 1902

a. Jl . A j ta&Cti&S&L t vi' .. i4f f, M4s4H&$3M iJ,.,. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION A TMK HKKALD 'MAS TMK f LAnaK8T CIRCULATION V OP ANY ALLIANOK PAPKft f PRINTS ALL THE NKWS. ;JH'H-$'fHH JS t rf - " , Jj Ai Alliance I .1 I .1 li , I ...... Herald I F .- voSume ix, mA tati. fritu.i fcaviv tti tiJuiwa isart - u.,ta.yw& &m u2i i.VfASnillN. v Prominent Stockmen and Nebraska Sen ntors Cull on the I'renUttnt. Prom n MtIT Cdrri"Hii(leut. lo The Bee, Washington, Dec. i8 Special Tele- gram.) Bartlctt Richards, rcpresrntatfte of the Cattle Growers' association ot Ne- braska, who has been in Washington for the past ten days days looking after the in- terests of the cattlemen, so far as national - legislation is concerned, left for Coronado, Cal., this afternoon Before leaving for the"vestMr. Richards said: "I am greatly encouraged in believihg we will secure some sort of legislation per mitting the leasing of public lands during the present session of congress. I have outline...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 December 1902

ijv- t. RS. HAROLD STAGG. j Copyright, 18W nod IBM by Kobert Bonner's Sons. S CHAPTER VI, Tho weeks flow by; tho season sub aided Into Lont, and after It there, was another gay spell; then came tho spring, and peoplo began to make their summer plans. Tho StnggB were to go to their liouso at Beverly, as usual,- and Eleanor openly expressed her pleasuro at tho prospect ot return ing to tho scasldo. There had been no further developments In tho court" ship- or more properly, no culmlna tlon of It, for !ir. Pago's devotion was not a whit less marked. Indeed, Its persistency was a constant sourco of encouragement to Mrs. Stagg, whoso vigilant scrutiny had failed to detpct any signs of flirtation on his part. Ho continued to send td Eleanor, from tlmo to time, beautiful flowers, ho rodo with her In tho park, ho walked with her on Sunday after noons, and what was oven moro sig nificant, ho bad ceased to pay simi lar attention to other girls. Still, ho had not proposed. But, as Emma Bagcly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 December 1902

as GETTING AWAY FROM HOME The the Batrlt of ftetlenea end Destra far Cfcaasre. Judging by a good deal of tbe con versation of the present day, there are a large number of people who have a positive horror of hbme. This curious revulsion of feeling Is taken by many persons as a sign of eoclnl deteriora tion. For our own part tvo find H dlffl cult to take It quite seriously or to sea In It anything mora than a naming whim. Nobody nowadays likes monotony Change Is what people dcBlro not per haps any great change, but lots of mall change; not necessarily for the better, but for Its own sake. Now, there Is a great sameness about one's own four walls, bo they ever so hand aomo. Wo all feel at times an overpow ering desire to look at somelhlag else. Wo cannot change tho patterns r the pictures on them every ay,,and aetther thoy nor tho home furniture ever Beems to alter in expression. Again, there Is a terrible sameness About one's own cook. Experience ena bles us to foretell the taste of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 December 1902

& m VJK -4S! V 4 fc . i - h5- ' w ;- t-1 h' f -- 4 V f hp ."- - 2? -i s W.W.Norton's Large Department Store. Worth of Merchkndise In Thirty Days rieans an EXTRA EFFORT on my part. This I will do by making such low prices on these goods that it will move them. In October 1 did the biggest business we ever had since I came to Alliance. 1 want to make this the best month of the year. You always get good goods and the best values at this store, but during this sale I am going to sell you good goods at such low prices that you will always appreciate iti Remember that on Dec. 31, at 8 p. in., I WILL GIVE AWAY S251 TO MY PATRONS. A ticket will be given for every dollar in cash that you pay into our store, whether on purchases or paid on account, entitling the holder to a chance on prizes worth from $1 to $100. LADIES', MISSES 5M CHILDREN'S CLOAKS. $5.65 buys Ladies' U Coat worth $8.00 9.95 " Ladies' j( Coat worth 12.00 $2.g5 " Ladies' Jacket, worth $5.00 I4.50 " Ladies' Jacket, worth $...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 December 1902

I AROUND THE WORLD. Great Calm Follows In the Wake of a Terrific Storm of Three Days' Duration. A INCIDENTS DURING SEVEN DAYS. Empress" Loses a Day from Geographical Causes Steerage Passengers and other Interesting Features of Voynue Arrival at Yoko hama on Fourteenth Day after Embarking. J Sl'NDAV. How happy (hey Whcfrom', the,, toil -fahd fturriult of their ' lives, " Steal to look down whore , naught but f ocean strives. f -Lord Byron. . Were Lord Byron among the living and on board this ship, observing that not a woman has been seen either in the diner or on deck for two days, and that strong men are now stretched out like so many mummies, he would gladly change that word happy to miserable. It is one" thing- to look dbwn at,and quite another to be.ouiu the, striving ocean. The two chairs to the right of 1ne in the diner weccupicd by En glishmen from London, the one going to Calcutta, the other to Australia. Both assert that they have made many a voyage but "never were in the li...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 December 1902

N' The Alliance Herald, fU-UH-6 KVtRY FfllOAY. OfScIiil Pubttontlou of Hot Ilutto County. Entered nt tliq Postolttce ftl Altliitice. Ne brMka. a bfconcl-Olats MMI Matter. MATES Of SUBSCRIPTION. PcrycAr(innil-nnra) v fl.50 Six month ...(73 Where Are Wc At? The Monroo doctrine, about which we have boasted for so many years, seems to bo suffering from republican paresis. Since we stepped across the ocean into the eastern hemisphere and grabbed off a lot of territory we have not been in much of a position to kick when some European monarch stepped acrossttho ocean and grabbed off n lot of territory. Germany has never ad mitted the force of the Monroe doc trine, and England has Only given it a half-hearted recognition. Hut all the time we have been blowing about how inviolable that doctrine is and what wc would do in case any old European nation tried to secure a, new foothold on our Bide of the globe. Vet, after all our' blowing and parading, the time has conio when we've got to admit t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 December 1902

CANTO? CALLINGS. 11, C. Curtis and hts mother wore teltlng at J, W. Hroshar'a Sunday. . G, W. Lbckwood tru In A111abb Tuesday and Wednesday 6n Important 'baslncKS. Janlcs Kennedy and Andrei Thcha teherweralu the Pino Ridge forum W Friday. Miss Mary Mornvok was the guest of of Miss Mary Clayton Saturday eve and Sunday. Rolloy L. Shetler is now engaged In working on bis new ranch west of Canton 1b Sioux county. Monday morning' was very blustery for the school ma'ams of Canton to" make their schools In good time. Edgar Lange, brother of Mrs. C. II. Irlea, was la these part Taeeday and went to Lavra'to make a visit with friends there, that having formerly been his home. Lee Hood was in Lawn precinct a few days ago to receive a bunch of eattle he had purchased some time ago and corralled them over night at James Novotnoy's. Vhllo working In the culinary de partment at his home a few days ago, Otis Haas, by some mishap, got n very bad seatd oa his left arm, which was very painful for seve...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 December 1902

frO' H && Wx j r '4 W if V i T jt A k- 7. ?. ') s. MRS. GRANT DEAD LATE PRESIDENTS WIDOW GOES TO REST. DEATH DUE TO HEART FAILURE Only Daughter with Her at End Three 8orv Summoned Saturday Had Too Short Notice to Reach Capital in Time to Bid Farewell. WASHINGTON. Mra. Ulysses S. Grant, wife of the Into President Grant, died at her residence In this city at 11:17 o'clock Sunday, Death was duo to heart failure, Mrs. Grant having puttered some years from valvular disease of the heart, which wan aggravated by a severe at tack of bronchitis. Her ago prevent ed her rallying from the attacks. Her daughter, Nellie Grant-Sartorls, was the only ono of her children with hor at tho time of her death, her three sons, who wero summoned Sat urday night, not having had time to arrive. ' There were also present at the bed sido when the end came Miss Rose Mary SartorlB, a granddaughter; Dr. Bishop, one of the attending physi cians, and tho two trained nurses. Death came peacefully, the suffer...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 19 December 1902

V;.v HRM$$$4MMNK EXTRA For 10 days only these great special prices will prevail. Don't ask for them on the 11th day because they will not be here. Commencing December 17th and continuing until December 28th you will have this great oppor tunity to make your holiday presents. 100 Men's Suits of our $15, $16, and $18 styles go at THESE COHPRISE EVERY NEW WEAVE, COLOR AND Men's $7.50 Overcoats All Boys' Clothing 1-4 off regular price. Pick out any Boys' Suit in the house and deduct 1 mr a3acaw?aflaa THAT S ALL ggsMooooooocooooooocxxxxyooooccgift mmJiai&sibm The Famous SOLE AGENTS FOR CAKHARTT'S WORK CLOTHES. HAWES1 HATS. TIGER HATS. C HANAN SHOES. DOUGLAS SHOES. AND THK DEBT OP OTHER MNE8. )mmm?miiim?m?'m$ Boys' 5oc, 6oc and 75c hats only . , ,, Boys' Knee Pants ' V .'" . " ' ...-. ...iiV;- . ' Boys' Guaranteed not to Rip Corduroy pants Big Line Men's Winter Weight Pants . a- a Men's Blanket Lined Canvas Coats" a a a a a a a.' Sargent Gauntlet Gloves Fire and Waterproof; a a a a a"...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 December 1902

mmmmmmmm w!:sj:wh The Alliance Herald. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY AND ONLY OEMOCRATIO PAPER IN THE COUNTY. THE HBHALO HAS THE ? LARGEST CIRCULATION i h A. -f UP WWY ALLIANCE PAPER S PRINT8 ALL THE NEWS. 3 M';-;S,:jjj5. 'KmK'::" w : - VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE GOUNTY. NEORASKA! FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1902, NUMBER 1 v - i . W . J3r , : i. fa;. &P tkh - S sffV k t Groceries. HAND PICKED ... GENITAN APPLES 80c PER BUSHEL. OTHER VARIETIES 70C PER BUSHEL. COME SEE OVR 'XMAS CANDIES, NVTS. FHVITS, PRESENTS FOR All. BEST SELECTION or LAMPS AND FINE CHINA AT THE LEAST HONEY OP AVK PLACE IN TOWN. ALLIANCE GROCERY CO. tOO Pounds of For the Xmas trade, also . . Fresh Nuts Everything1 in . Fruits and Vegetables for fhe. Xmas dinner .... Come in and see us ... . LEE ACHESON. The Varnished .Mosby. Somehow or other, every time Tjik Herald recalls the erudite and strenuous gentleman named Mosby, ,jt is reminded of an old verse that was wont to travel about the country. Tiik Heral...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 December 1902

-- mmit&mmmmm,mm0&ammimmtHetA- U , It ' && Ei I i IV I MRS. HAROLD STAGG. X Oopyrluht, JS90 ana IW1 by Robert Bonner's Sob. CHAPTER VII, An hour Utor Bbo and Eleanor woro sitting on tho plaxsta. "I think your undo really enjoyed his VlBlU" "I am euro ho did ovory mlnuto of It." "Ho seems very fond of you " "Oh, ho la; and I am bo glad to think that ho 1b going to bo in New York. Ho was telling mf about 1Ib quarters; ho has taken th.ee roomn In a boardlng-houso, and, I'm euro, from tho description, that ho can't bo very comfortable I've promised to pay him a visit, and put hlro to rights. Ho says hla socks all ecd darning," add d Eleanor, with a laugh. Sho had looked up from tho morning news pnper, to answer Mrs. Stogg's remark, and she now resumed her reading. A moment later sho said: "I aqo here that Mr. Page's yacht Barbara atartod from Now York day beforo yesterday, on a crulso northward." "Ah! then ho will soon bo here," said Emma, blithely. Eleanor sat silent fo...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 December 1902

RrA F? v f , f W.W.Norton's Large Department Store. Worth of Merchandise In Xhirty Days means an EXTRA EFFORT on my part. This I will do by making such low prices on these goods that, it will move them. In October I did the biggest business we ever had since I came to Alliance. I want to make this the best month of the year. You always get good goods and the best values at this store, but during this sale I am going to sell you good goods -at such low prices that you will always appreciate it. fiemember that on Dec. 31, at 8 p. m, I WLL GIVE AWAY S251 TO MY PATRONS. ticket will be given for every dollar in cash that you pay into our .store, whether on purchases or paid on account, entitling the holder to a -chance on prizes worth from $1 to $100. X ABIES', MISSES m CHILDREN'S CLOAKS. $$5.65 buys Ladies' ? Coat worth $8.00 $9.95 " Ladies' tf Coat worth S12.00 "??2.95 " Ladies' Jacket, worth fa. 00 $4.50 " Ladies' Jacket, worth $6. 50 I8.95. " Ladies' Tan Jacket, worth $12.00 $4.95 bu...

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. — 26 December 1902

Hmkro-x-- .. lMMFKDi iAllllHNMmHC!W CI vt i' y 5 Jl OF GABICATUEfi KVOtUTION AND INFLUENCE Of THE NEWSPAPER CARTOON. fce Anient flrek, Homnna crVtlami Cri UralraHU I'Jcttue Xmphaglee Their nlt TIio Ktfthlecnlh Century Crate. The tory la told of nn nbbo of the feeventccnth century who was no de formed In flgmo nn ho vrat ridiculous in drcse, nml ns sensitive about his physical deformity ns ho wn vnln of his eccentric attire, that while nerving mass one morning he observed, n smllo of contempt on the fnco of one of tho courtiers present nnd determined to avenge himself by serving n process upon him fdr appearance I" court tho following dny, The offender, M. do Lnsson by name, knowing that things would go hard .with him unless ho could, show eomo reason for his mirth, made n hasty sketch of the hunchback nbbo, exag gerating In slzo tho six btnek caps nnd tho waistcoats in which he was wont to appear, and when he wnu solemnly asked to shew cause for his unseemly mirth and Indignity to t...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 December 1902

r$ ' H ; . . Two Men and A "Widow . By "WTL80N PARKS Copyright, 1KB, by the 8. 8. JffcClnro Compny 8$4$83V44M It was a struggle between Anson Da tIs nnd Caleb Jones ns to who should siwin the lovo nnd tho hand of Mary Doyle. There was rivalry, but no 111 feelltig. When Caleb won the prize, An con slapped him on the back and said: "All right, Caleb. You are the lucky man. 1 don't bollevd I was ready to marry Just yet anyhow. I'lf wait two er three years and then marry your iwldow." "That's mighty kind of you," answer d Caleb. "I have heart trouble and may not live a year, and the thought that you'll take my placo will make me die content." Bix months after the marriage Caleb Jones went down to the city on busi ness. He had never been drunk in hi life, but he got drunk to celebrate this occasion. While In a befuddled stnto he was carried aboard of a ship bound for the east, and when his sober senses returned ho was on blue water. Mean .while, ns he did not return to his vil lage home,...

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