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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 December 1902

uarttexfjfe W a- ? c tjwiw.n, ..w. wmna mwwWteawa-wnnti .. . - f&ul Jto: W r a . ;, wi, i: : . I v. IV ?! j&SKBBm AROUND THE WORLD. ..ii-i i r - Japan m Lanz Rising Sun. A Land of Opposltes, Where all Things are Done on The Contrary Plan. i . n i i i - 'i r- r - Facts Stranger Than Fiction. Where Laughter Prevails and White Is Worn at Funerals. AMI Ladles wear Neither Hats or Bonnets. Ani Clothing a Hindrance. Japan has been called "The Pearl of the East," "The Diamond of Asia," and "Tim Landbf tlio Rising Sun," but I would call It "The Land of Oppo aitca." In America weeping Is noticed at funeral services, here laughtef prevails when a loved one passes away and dur' Ing the fuueral service. When a man steps down street to notlly the people of the death of his son, daughter or parents, he laughs as If he were telling good news, but it Is his way of mourn ing. The corpse is placed in a sitting posturo with his head bent forward, and the, law forbids the burial taking place wi...

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. — 26 December 1902

mammmmmoamtuLmmmfr POWERS EXPECT .tfOOBEVEtT TO , -SETTLE T-ROUBLE. 3IFIICULTY JtEARiKG AH END 'Certainty ht Venezuelan Prob- lems Will Be Solved In the Near Future Through the Medium of Ar titration. WASHINGTON. President Roosei h volt has proposed to the allied pow ers: That 'tho "Venezuelan depute bo (submitted to the arbitration of The Hague tribunal. The powers have replied with a coun ter proposal that President Roosevelt himself arbitrate tHe Issue. It an agreement Is reached on arbi tration, tho procedure would bo for Mr. Bowcn, representing: Venezuela as a .plenipotentiary, to sign with the repre sentatives of tho allies a protocol Btat- ng that tho case Is to bo submitted to ff arbitration; that Venezuela admits the fight of diplomatic Intervention In bo nalf of a claimant, a principle she has always resisted, and that the details of tho arbitration shall bo arranged in a formal treaty, which 8he pledges her self to sign, This treaty Will provide In the greatest dotalls fo...

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. — 26 December 1902

.-rtrt "lw iwtnwii...fr.w..,, Mr 'MMar MWW WWUMtoMlllJJuj.lIf .,- ., ,,sMwWK3ieii fcHSJ??!1 ' :jf " " -. ' l-t ,, '3'" u .J 1P ' ftjW I fr. .' s 3t3;Ti m 7!Ev'V , i i c I i u n uia 7W& EXTRA For "10 days only these great special prices. will prevail. Don't ask for them on the 11th day "because they will not toe 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 and $18 styles tHSE COflPRlSE EVERY NEW Men's $7.50 Overcoats. All Boys' Clothing; 1-4 out any Boys' Suit in miOO9Q0COG&5mGOOQGOGOGOV'&fSi 1 The Famous d& SOLE AGENTS FOR Uk Wl CAKHARTT'S work clothes. 1? HAWES1 hats. -TIGER hats. M 2 HANAN SHOES. - DOUGLAS SHOES. & W AND THE nUST OP OTHER I.NKS. rcm&ixmgvm&i mK.m-!C-imcj Boys' 5oc, 6oc and 75c Bby s' Knee Pants Boys' Guaranteed not to Rip Corduroy Pants Biff Line Men's Winter Weight Pants ? Men's Blanket Lined Canvas Coats . '" - Sargent Gauntlet...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 January 1903

WHIr i iiwiiyniTtrir nil, WnTi'v W, f Mil", . v jm SWrarw- ;rnrv""r- gp vwf-?VEnqpP$'" jf 7 J7 m The Alliance Herald Ml M KM' 'p ' .- the Gerald has the & ' LARGEST oiroulation : ; OF ANY ALLIANCE PAPER 4 j PRINTS ALL THE NEWS. OFFJOlAL PUBLICATION P BOX DUTTE COUNTY s 'AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC PAPfeR IN THE COUNTY. i:::-:-::? iff -n i ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA'. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1903, NUMBER 2 VOLUME X, At XI .p $&f1 V f yyjs v j:mmL m sW&Sm$ WmT V E f If MS $ t m 1 t n li I . 1 4. j r Groceries. CLEARANCE V "a . . . Prices onoos while they last Hulk Oatmeal, pound 3c Shroded What Biscuit, pk 10c EarlvJuncPJcas& Corn, can toe Standard Tjomatoes, can 12,'ic Fxcsh Eggs; dozen 25c Best Buttof, pound 25c 3lb. Can Table Peachcs.can 15c Sliced Peaches, can nJ4c Salmon, can 12 c Prunes, pound 5c Fancy Ev. Peaches, pound 10c Sorted Apples, bushel 650 Yours for fair dealing .... Alliance Grocery Co. 1 Clothing at cost, at the Fair Store, bee Mrs. Kegan's new line of ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 January 1903

T- l " AMERICAN SHIP TVRNED BACK. " mmiwimi iiiibbii i i Stesvmer Caracas Not Allowed to Land Its Cergo at the Port of La Guayra Venezuelan Shipping Captured by the Allies Correspondent Tells of Conditions of Life in the South American Republic People of Seen Jia.n, Porto Rico, Welcome AdmiraJ Dewey. 4 t I A merchant ship owned by citizens f tho United States was Hont away tfrom the port of La Guayra, Venezue 'Ja, and with half Its cargo still aboard had to go to Wlllenistad, Curncoa, to land tho goods. Tho vessel, the Caracas of the Red "D" line, first waa given permission to enter and discharge Us cargo, but later was ordered out to sea for the night, and then was notified that It would not be allowed to re-enter to complete the landing of cargo. Apparently thero aro serious differ enccs of opinion among tho allies, as the driving away of tho United States vessel after onco being admitted was tho result of conflicting ordors. First tho British commander agreed to the entry of tho ...

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. — 2 January 1903

4 Mr, f r f) I mmmaammmm MR. AND MRS. J. O. ATKINSON, INDEPENDENCE, MO. UNDER date of January 10, 1897, Dr. Hartman received the following letter : 'My wife had been suffering from a complication of diseases for the past 25 years. "Her case had baffled the skill of some of the most noted physicians. One of her worst troubles was chronic constipation of several years' standing. "She also was passing through that most critical period in the life of a woman change of life. In June, 1895, I wrote to you about her case. You advised a course of Peruna and Manalin, which we at once commenced, and have to say it completely cured her. She firmly believes that she would have been dead only for these wonderful remedies. "About the same time I wrote you about my own case of catarrh, which had been of 25 years' standing. At times I was almost past going. I commenced to use Peruna according to your instructions and continued its use for about a year, and it has com pletely cured me. " Your remedi...

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. — 2 January 1903

J3U,'- J I..VKIIS1DI;. We In the sand hills have boon linv hip storms, Hiornts and then souk-. Roy MoFnll Is o.vpcotod homo from the hospital this week or the first of next. liny will he hay, unless thin snow molts before lonjj ho that stock can be gin grazing- again. J. D. Pnltlsou was up to Luolla over Sunday attending the meeting and visiting with Dof.oss Harbor and family. Mi6s Fern Hancock Is making more rapid recovery the past week or more rind hor young friends are glad to note it. - The meeting!) at hticlln, under Miss llurrlck. wore badly handicapped by the stormy weather. They were elosed the past Sunday. Lunlord Stoudt Is having a fine run of custom, and he deserves It, for good inoiils and lunn beds don't come amiss oven in tlii! sand hills. Jiis Herman Peters was visiting lr friends, Me.vlamoaTully and blilrs fvhi!o on the return from u visit tit the 'ranch of Kltner Uristol. Thoenntuta, "A Visit to Santa ChiM.,- given by tho Methodist young people. uiih tUiularotl uauu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 January 1903

9 ?Jf 'r 4 rr- f r N I I AROUND THE WORllD. Interesting Description Ceremonies and JAPAN'S THOUGHT AND These Changes Evinced In Directly Traceable to Contact With Customs and Ceremonies Nagasaki, Jaiwn, December i, 1902. Statisticians follow people from the cradle to the grave. Figures arc ory rccoi'3. showing that a Japanese pJfn 'frw does liv'if'oir'ui outlay of ,tyd'nnd one-half cents per "Ijiy. While living is cheap it is also inexpensive to die. Here are the figures showing the ex pense of one funeral: Son l. S. Money t'0-.tof wnin ' Jo 11 .vo Cost of orunmticm 76 0 FIowoi-, 6 Phy-iiolans curtlBcHte... 10.0 Kue lo Hmhlllost I'rlimt, fl.O iYi'tucnffiiii tiettrcrs.,.. 14.0 .37ft .ooft ,06 .uir. .OT Total, H2 t .7125 A first-class funeral for less than seventy-five cents Becms preposterous, but hero the most unexpected is always in evidence. When piesentiiiR a friend with a present whether cheai or very ex pensive, the donor must apologize by saying: "It is so cheap and insignifi ...

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. — 2 January 1903

THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. BRIEF TELEGRAMS. Thousands of acres of corn land in oouthcrn Indiana havo been flooded by tho ralRo of Uio Ohio and Wabash rivers. A disease, supposed to bo the buJ bonlc plague, has brokon out in Mazat Ian, Mexico. Several deaths havo al ready occurred. Tho piano factory of Ernost Gabler & DroB., New York, was almost totally destroyed by Are Tuesday night, em tailing a loss of $1G0,000. Tho United States supremo court has rendered a decision, providing that an lnsurnnco policy Is invalid when tho holder thereof 1b hanged for mur der. An elevator man in one of the Chi cago stores has been driven Insane by tho questions of Christmas shoppers. Even an elevator man can't Btand ev erything. Ono day last week four mall steam ers bound for Orcat Britain and Ger many left New York with 7,000 Backs filled with Christmas presents. Tho isthmian canal commissioners aro paid $1,000 a month each. With such a salary as this the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 January 1903

r'm 'w''Mefr" """ L ; n W rt t w & "V V - R k t f eeessesessswstfswff6e5sseta!iOTe'ss'5M5 MRS. HAROLD STGG. 1 Oopjrttht, 18W sad isei jr lMMMlm9MMMNa!!MM B9-i3! rUSBTrn win fe. vnnrinn VIII, Jipmma roso and haughtily proceeded 3&"TO(lower one of the awnlnga a little. 'I am so sorry; I can see you think me vory ungrateful." A. ir . . oupposo you nave the right to - m?W aWay your oPPortunltlea If you ?Sflso to, just as no one could pro- SCyou from throwing yourself oven board If you wero so Inclined: but. ns .Isald to-3ir uncle Phlnoas thlR monwj, i nnvu ub .. ' J! 4 BF j- .. --w a mv best, nr. fore you resolvo on Vythlng fp-wJHsh, however, I should advWo you to con sult with him. You may rest assur ed that your undo Harold will not consent to your leaving this house, and I cannot bellove that Prof. Bald win has so little knowledge of tho world as to sanction anything of tho sort. You spoko of paying him a visit; why don't you write to him and tell him you will pass a fow days...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 January 1903

X fy . VUVUI,,,. ,1 . V-y W W W W W--V -W -V "W -W ,. w v v v . yot FOR 1903. mmmmmmmmmmmm W. M. FOSKET, -u-ctlorxQex Will Cry Sale in This anil Adjoining Counties. . . . OaCOJ&JUEfSeiOJtf, or BY, THE PAY, . , ,Etf,fc7.,., w. ', .' a oausiacuon yiuaraniccu, iu i you want to buy or. sell ranclrprop- erty, list it with me. ...-,. Hkminoiokd, Neii. V w nimiiii i if ii ill mm&9 ' "" ' " ' -y lAy'WAw'WV j Tlk ,News at Hemingford. 4 .KeIth t. PlEfioE,'BepoTn. IKoltli Ii. Fierce is finiy linrlzcd to tto licit Mibscrlptlons and job Ak and collect and receipt for same, trod tnkaet all Otlior uustness in connection witn uiyosiiion nsan oecrvdlted representative of tK papcnllf, t i, - -- i. . . -, M'j.1 i John Kinsley's baby iYminJU .wA's ' X ZBINDEN BROS,, DEALERS IN We have selected Furniture, as we believe, very suitable for Our trade, but ask you to come in and pass judgment. Our line of pictures and frames stands without a peer. To please you is our aim. I . Furniture Ian. Flour i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 January 1903

wVf-ik uet ?f&t In- 5 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION '.f. i P OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY the herald has the X J LARQE8T CIRCULATION .'. V OF ANY ALLIANCE PAPER f PRINTS ALL THE NEWS. ' K'j:::.:.k:'?s:4 V AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC ..' PAPER IN THE COUNTY. V ! :-:':?:-?:-:!'H-:-3-:'.j'. JlZ Jl JLjL! ijcjlU VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1903, NUMBER 3 The Aljoanc s.71- A. f - M t US? m l W "f ? h .."Si ?'! fgs Groceries. CLEARANCE jT?Lti Prices on goods while they last Bulk Oatmeal, pound 3c Shrcded Wheat Biscuit, pk 10c Early June Peas & Corn, can 10c Standard Tomatoes, can 2xic Fresh Eggs, dozen 25c ' Best Butter, pound 25c 3-lb. Can Tabic Peaches, can 15c Sliced Peaches, can iilic Salmon, can i2c Prunes, pound 5c Fancy Ev. Peaches, pound 10c Sorted Apples, bushel 65c Yours for fair dealing .... Alliance Grocery Go. Com me net the New Year right. Huy our Groc eries of ' Lee Acheson , where you can al 4 ways get the best f goods for the least moncv. All orders re...

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. — 9 January 1903

if 11 i ? - PROMINENT PHYSICIANS USE AND ENDORSE PE-RU-NA, TSSLlsiiv C.B.CHAMBERLIN,M.I. OF WASHINGTON.D.C. C. B. Chamberlin, M. D., writes from 14th and P Sts., Washington, D. C. " Many cases have come under my observation, where Pcruna has benefited and cured. Therefore, I cheerfully recommend it for catarrh and a general tonic." C. B. CHAMBERLIN, M. D. Modioli Exnuilnor IT. H. Trtmmiry. Dr. Llewellyn Jordan, Medical Ex- aminer of Ircasury Department, gradi I lumb I and thr graduate of Co lumbia College who served roc years at West Point, has the following to say of Peruna: "Allow me to express my grati tude to ou for the rive f unr ie benefit de- yed from vour wonderful rem edy. One short month has brought forth a vast change wnwyfrttnaAMTWAWVwwyirtw U S ML WW t Dr L Jordan I WINCHESTER M ETA LUC CARTRIDGES. URING our 30 years of gun'making, we have discovered many things about ammunition that no one could learn In any other 'way. Our discoveries in this line,4 together with year...

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. — 9 January 1903

IV. k t la 1 7 f see-t?s6ec6&e&cfftc-c-fl:-ee6. MRS. HAROLD STAGG. 6- Copyright, 1890 and 1891 by V 9'9953aa9ia,aa9S33d-jj3ia!a-s9'5'aaTSs3f' CHAPTER IX (Continued.) "Somo of them go to one place and some to another for nil their meals. There nro several decent houses In the , neighborhood where food Is provided three times a day at so much a week. Our friend, Struthers, habitually pa tronizes one of them. It's the cheap est method, but as I have served my apprenticeship at It elsewhere, I have been in no hurry to mako a selection; Indeed, I have lately Induced him to vary his cuisine by playing the Bo hemian with me during the very hot weather. He was looking peaked and needed a change. So wo breakfast In this room and lunch as yon see, and we take our dinners our meal of the tlay at whatever restaurant happens to hit our fancy. We are great hands at discovering out-of-the-way little places where one can dine appetizing ly for a mere song, and perhaps the next day wo hlo aw...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 January 1903

Zhc Detalb. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. 1! T. J. O'KKttl'K Entered at th poMOffico nt AlllnnCo, Xebr.-iskn, for transmission through the mails, as second-clans matter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. Tax Foreclosures. Krtm ttio llotiCniuity lnlJiontlont, A decision has been recently handed dowtt by tbo supremo- court which it seems will effect tax foreclosures. The full hroadth of the decision is not easy to state, because there was only one question involved in the casu. Logan county brought a suit to foreclose on land for delinquent taxes without Roiiifj through the formality of n treasurer's sale. The land owner in that case cnine right into the court in the same suit and filed what lawyers call n, de murrer to tost the right of the County to foreclose without the formality of the sale. The caio was decided by Judge Grinms of tho district court and ho de cided in favor of the county. This de cision is reversed and it is held that the formality of the sale i...

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. — 9 January 1903

i. i rk' I r AROUND THE WORLD. Abduction as a Method of ProposingQueer Forms of Congratulation, DOCTOR HORN PAYS A VISIT TO OSAKA That City "the Glusgow, the Chicago and the Venice of Japan" lie Visits Splendid Imperial Castle lirltons Not In So High Faor With Japanese as Americans Coaling a Ship In Japan. Cuntlnui'd from lust week. Nagasaki, Japan, Dec. i, ic)c2. In Kamishiina a romance accom panies nearly every wedding. When a young man is pai ticulai ly pleased with a girl, he loiters about her domicile, usually after night, until he spies the object of his heart, captures her with out the knowledge of her parents, car ries her home on his shoulder, and the following day sends notice to her par ents of their daughter's whereabouts. If the parents aie displeased with the abductor, the giil is sent for. On the other hand if they are pleased, they proceed to his house, canying a small measuieof rice as a present, and ex pi ess their consent to the proposal. In Kuko district the cons...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 January 1903

' h' wmuhcmtoihold RECEPTION T. J. O'Kccfe, hM4hh-:.-mh' : BRIEF TELEGRAMS. Mrs. Langtry, tho actress, was a pos congor on tho steamer Celtic, which arrived at Now York from Liverpool. Premier Dalfour Is confined to his bed at Wblttinghara, Scotland. Ho Is (differing from a Bharp attack of Influ enza, Mmo. Duso, tho celebrated actress, has complimented a Chicago girl, Miss Italia Blair, by assorting hor to bo tho most beautiful woman sho has ever seen. Tho Red Cross society Is sending representatives to Andijan to organlzo jrollcf' for tho earthquake) BUfforors and ImB contributed 17,G00 to tho relief fund. Tho British steamor Straits of Do ver, from Savannah, arrived at Brc men. Tho report that Bho was on flro Decembor 22, when passing tho Lizard, was erroneous. Mrs. Louisa Qrucschow of LyonB, N. Y 70 years of ago, died from tho re sult of an operation rendered ncces sary by tho effects of a scratch made by a cat two months ago. Miss Mary Andrews of Hamilton, Ohio, has been install...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 January 1903

r-v ? i h PANORAMIC REVIEW OF THE YEAH 1902 fy' '? Iff. r ; VWWWVNWW Happenings of Importance During The Twelve Months Just Ended. Coal Strike the Event of the Year of the Most Far-Reaching Importance Public Sen timent Thoroughly Aroused Over the Controversy. The year of 1902 opened with the as taured certainty of tho early coming of ;peaco In tho Philippines and South Ala-lea, and with tho date for the establish ment of an Independent government In Cuba already determined; tho Congress of the United States was rapidly ap proaching the favorable determination of Its great problem of tho construction of an Isthmian ship canal, and abroad Ger many and England were almost ready for combined action against Venezuela In tho matter of those same dobt claims which In the concluding day of tho year havo been the cause for a now strain In the Interpretation of tho Monroe doctrine. But as tho outcomo proved, not even the greatest of these matters possessed for the people of the United Stntcs ...

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. — 9 January 1903

h I t 'W''V'W The News at Heiningford KEITH Li PIERCE, REPORTtn. I Keith I.. Pierre Is fully imtliorlruu I f licit Jiulcvi Iniloin mid Jofi wurU mid ji-pUuct and rocvliit for Mime, and tnmsnci an oilier bu!neH in enmieetlon with liln iHisltton us mi kccriMlllHl iti)iroMHitntlruot tlilrf imiMjr.l W. V. Walker made a trip to Alli ance Monday. Miss Emma Oldng Ik malting her parents a short visit. Mrs. John Christy Is quite sick at her home cast of town. Mrs. A. II. Plerco was numbered among those on tho sick list last week. l 11. Pitch returned Friday from a week's vlsitln the eastern part of the state. Miss lllanchc Foskct Is spending Ihe week with Mr. and Mrs. Oran KoskOt on the ranch. Miss Grace Wheeler returned to Den ver Wednesday to resume her studies in music at Wolfe hall. II. It. Green and K. L. Pierce returned to Oinuha Tuesday to remain until the grand jury Is dismissed. Mrs. Evans was quite ill last week and Was obliged to take a week's vaca tion Irom her school work. Don't...

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. — 16 January 1903

&( MUlXfri yjrcaJif 1 : : :$:.$::$ h-: ! 4, OFFICIAL PUBLICATION ! OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC ! PAPER IN THE COUNTY. -' -h ?: .. ' THE HERALD HAS THE ' LARGEST CIRCULATION -f V OF ANY ALLIANCE PAPER JJ PRINTS ALL THE NEWS. .J. VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1903, NUMBER 4 The Alliance A. AaIiJ1jlJ h A ih g tv 'i 3W 8s- I'- (irocortus. CLEARANCE 4LE e GOODS AT THESE PRICES VNTIL fiO.E 3-lb I'm, Table Pouches. . .. 15c Fancy Sliced Ponchos, per uiiii....UiO : 1'uns Salmon A'lO :i I'mis HtrltiK IlL'iuis av Iti'st Onions, per bushel $10) Host Hutter, icr jkhhhI iV I'rosli Kcit. per ilorcn i'x' I'ancy livuporatod I'eiiolios, ixniml 10c Early. luno Teas and Corn, can . . lite Bhiek Prunes, pound .. .. 5c Kvnporiited Apples, pound UK U (Jans Hest Tomatoes 25c 3 l'aclutKos Imported Macutonl 25c OH Surdities. im.t call 5C 25c Can Table, readies 20c 25c Tan Tabic Pears 20C 25cCanTablo Apricots 2ic Kvuporated l'ears, pur pound 10c Currants,...

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