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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 February 1909

SKTSfflESSlflSs l "!& JISW3WftM9WWUW awMjwrnfc .dw TTl'P .St?:?- - IM i IU Published Kvery Thursday by Tlw Herald Publishing Company. F, A. Pisnsos. Vr'K I.lotii t Tiioma. See. John W. Thomas. Mux. JOHN W. THOMAS Editor J. D. KNIEST Associate Editor Entered at the postolhce at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. Subscription, $1.30 per year in ndvance. m9 FEBRU AlYTgofi SUNMQNjTUEIWEDTttUFRI SAT 12.3.4.5 .6 1415 1617 THI920 21832324252627 28 THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 1909. Do it now. Hide the hammer. Now that district court is over think of something else. let's There's one town where knockers are unpopular, and this is it. Hotter celebrato today, the anniver sary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln, the "great emancipator." That Alliance will vote the necessary bonds and put in the sewer system without unnecessary delay seems to be a foregone conclusion. If you want to rest your eyes on a good picture of a good-looking man, Just step into TI...

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 February 1909

iu ?JV f&' . t ' il w 3?J . "M -H v r f . v rap, , fppV ? e iMit i LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. ( Valentino social Dr. Curtis has returned Irom his western trip. Eugene Hall made a trip to Bridge port the first of the week. True Miller of Marsland was visiting in this city a few das since. v M. M. Kelly of Holdrege, Nebr., had business in Alliance this week. E.' Reeves returned Monday from a trip to the eastern part of the state. Mr. Groundhog got back into his hole just in time to escape the blizzard. The Scottsbluffs Chautauqua for this year will bo held July 23 to Aug. t. A new arc light illuminates the cor ner of Wyoming street and Laramie avenue. t Miss Ella McCullough who has been visiting friends in AlHance left Sunday for Chicago. ' Bates Copeland has sold his barber shop at Lovelaud, Colo., and is visiting in Alliance today. Editor Snow of the Chadron Journal fraternized with the Herald force while in Alliance Monday. Ralph Beall has filed on a "Kinkaid" near Angora where he will ...

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 February 1909

t'wmmmHlkHmkmmm ff-rsatiaa KC2B8 tammxxeaur Williams and Fair in a change of Vaudeville TONIGHT. See them, they are funny I NEXT WEEK: The Dancing and Singing Team, Chamberlain and Sterling A PICTURES NEW AND SNAPPY We Change Our Pictures Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday The Crystal Theatre ! li v Li i H ; j 1 S !! i i I 3 1 A IS PACKERS interstate Commerce Commis sion to Take a Hand. District Attorney Slrna Returns to Chi. cajjo After Conference With Attor. ney General Bonaparte Action to Be Swift and Summary. Immediately following District At torney SlniB return to Chicago from Washington, where ho was in confer ence with Attorney Goucral Bonaparte, It was reported that the grand jury investigation of the beef packing In dustry, begun some weeks ago by the summoning of the employees of Mor ris & Co., Is to be extended ho us to Include most of tho big packers In the stock yards. It is sajd that the interstate com merce commission is to tako a hand In tho Investigation and tha...

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 February 1909

I i NEW "CUCKOOS ff : OF CONGRESS, Term Applied to Members Who Recently Stood by Roosevelt. mB5&qw0 A K R fc Is if w .' i i All Winter Stocks Marked at Final Sweep ing Reductions for Quick Clearance February 13th to :20th All remaining "Winter lines are now rounded up and priced to force a quick clearance. Profits are cheerfully sacrificed in order to clear decks for Spring. "New season-new goods" is our rigid policy, and we take a big loss without wincing to immediately send flying all that's left of our cold weather stocks. This final Clearance event is so well known to our friends and patrons so famous for its genuine bargains in the worthiest and most desirable garments and merchandise, that its importance requires little emphasis. But we would again stress the fact that the goods involved are hurt in price only. All are from our regular stocks, and the trustworthy quality of every item in the Sale, however low its price, may be confidently relied on. We urge early choosing,...

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 February 1909

WJWWH'AVMKiA 'rWpfrJ J woei5 nets er omnia- ENTERTAINMENT BY THE PUPILS OF St. Bflnes' Bcaftemg PHELAN OPERA HOUSE Alliance, Nebraska, Feb. 18, 1909 8 P. M. PROGRAM t Instrumental yTrio Overture .. w.......,, .....- -Piano Misscss Virgil Cavcn and Isabella Higeins Violin Miss Sadie Dunn ' , Welcome Address , Wiss Eva Clements Chorus "Stars and Stripes Forever" , .. Instrumental Quartette-Piano Misses Claire Armuthand Hazel Cramer t Piano Misses Delia King and Eva Clements Recitation "My First Letter" - ,.'... .... Minims ' Vocal Solo - : Miss Virgil Caven Song "Hurrah Cor Washington" , AMinims ' , Instrumental quartette , ..... .'.-... ...."... ...... ,... , Piano Misses Mary Egan, Eva Clements, Hazel Cramer' Violin Miss Sadie Dunn '. ' Drill "War of the Roses" Intermediate Department, Song "The Chappcl in the Vale".. Grammar Department 'Recitation "What is a Boy ? Minims . "THE DENTIST'S PARLOR" ' A Comedy in One Act. f Mr. J. A, Grahbltt, Dentist, . Master Willie O'Keefe Mr.) Jenk...

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 February 1909

Slitlo Historical Socloty The Alliance Herald. Official Publication Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in Western Nebraska. of t;he City and County. VOLUME XVI, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1U09 NUMBER 10 ( Lt h ttt ItEl'OUT OF THE CONDITION OF The First National Bank, OIlAKTEIt NO. 4220, At Alliance, In the State of Nouriultn, at the close of business. February 5, lPOft nraouncnes. Loans ami discounts.... S30t,lW(l 7, Ovenlraft-ssecured and nnnccureil.. 008 M U. S. IkmhIi to wcuro circulation.... 50,000 00 U. B. Ilonds to secure U. 8. Deposits 40,000 00 Hanking house, furnlturo and noc tures , 10,000 00 Due from National llankn (not reserve agents) 5,031 1"J Hue from State and Pri vate Hanks and Banker, Trust Companies and Sav ings Hanks 071 III Hue from approved re- serro agents (11,550 M) Cheeks and other cash Items i,or9 10 Notes of other National llaukg 2300 rrnctlonal paper currency, nickels and cents ..... .'102 32 Lawful money reserve In ' b...

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 February 1909

(HHIHf. illlli9iWKr - . All Next Week . . The Musical Coles Father and Son in a Comedy Musical Sketch The CHAMBERLAIN and STERLING "The KARACTER KOMEDYKIDS In a double black-face spasm of fun, song and frolic 9 Crystal Theatre For Friday and Sat. m v'mmvmmmn.tmM-imm'iuvvKt'Vmvwiniw F IRE COSTS 3110 LIVES Horrible Holocaust in Acapulco, Mexico Theater. Performance Delng Given In Honor of Governor and Victims Are of First Families Films of Moving Pictures Catch Fire. I Between 2G0 and 300 peopto were turned to denth and innny injured In 11 lire which dostroyed the Florcs the ater in tho city of Acapulco, Mox. Thn Flares theater wns a wooden structure and over 1,000 people crowded into it to witness a special performance given in honor of Gov ernor Damnnlnn Flores of the Htato of Guorerro, who was visiting the host tit the time. Ono of tho numbers on the program consisted of a series of moving pictures. Whllo the operator -was exhibiting these a film caught flro and tho blaze was quick...

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 February 1909

' JL 'Pl w I 1 V- PIANO YOU'LL find- in buying musical instruments that the greatest economy and surest satisfaction come from buy,1 ing the product of men who are in love with their work. This is my reason for offering you Crown Pianos and Crown Combinolas. Anyone who knows about the men and the factory of Geo. P. Bent Company, makers of Crown Pianos, knows that there is nothing too 'good to use in their instruments. . Whenever you buy a Crown Piano of me you are absolutely certain of always being satisfied; they keep their tone and last indefinitely. I feel very' safe in selling them. T. J. Threikeld Imported and Home-Bred Stallions FOR SALE We Have Two-year-old Colts Weighing Over 1800 Pounds Call and Inspect Them Headquarters at PALACE LIVERY BARN SMITH & WILSON, Props ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Think About Your Boy ! M R. FAR M ER '. By the time your boy grows up and becomes old enough to take up in his own name one of the new Government Irrigated farms in the Big Horn Basin or Nor...

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 February 1909

fmsfflm Published Wvery Thursday by The Herald Publishing Company. P. A. Pir.nsos. I'r . I.mito Thomas, goo. John W. Thomas. Mr JOHN W. THOMAS Editor J. fa. KNIEST Associate Editor Entered at the postoflice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through he malls, as,second-class matter. ed how much thev shipped from Heming ford. but are informed that thev loaded (several cars at Alliance by the scoop shovel method. We beg to call attention of the Commer cial Club to the pressing need of a flour and feed mill nnd grain elevators Ah llance should have at least one elevator in time for this year's crop, and St should be publicly known, before seeding time is past, that it has been decided upon and definitely arranged for. The Mysteries of the P. E. 0. Subscription, $1.50 per year In advance. m FEBRUARYS SUHMON 1 IS Mis 2AM an TUEWED 2 a 16 10 17 THU 4 FRI SATi 6 5 FTtflB 181920 23242512627 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1909. Great expectancy, curiosity and anxiety 1 have prevailed among the ...

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. — 18 February 1909

-WFW il i - t f r &? H ET- :' dj.i1i.ii n i f it- - iit; l NOW IS THE SEASON OF COUGHS and COLDS F. J. RRFNNAN n 9 PJ L M v tI iK fl M T 1 Try My Flour and you won't have any more worry about your bread. My brands of Ai and Cow are not excelled anywhere in this country, and ladies who have used them are my best adver tisers. Phone No. 71 Res. Phone No. 95 J. ROWAN THE FLOUR AND FEED MAN When a Plumber is Needed send for tis. We have plenty of time now-lo -attend to at) Masses of work This is not our busy season and it will pay you to have your PLUMBING, HEATING, FITTING, etc., attended to now before the rush of work begins. We are thoroughly posted in- our busiuess and an order from you will promptly put all our knowledge and skill at our service. The cost will not be gn at. Fred Bre n na n G. G. GADSBV T. J. TlJRELKELD THE GADSBY STORE Funeral Directors and Embalmers. FUNERAL SUPPLIES OFFICE PHONE 493 RESIDENCE PHONES 207 and 510 H. NELSON, Painting, Paper Hanging and Kalsomini...

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. — 18 February 1909

I II Christian Science, the Religion of the Bible Lecture by Judge Septimus Hntina, nt tlio Phclan opera house, Monday evening, Feb. 15th. Mayor Smith in Btroduced the speaker as follows: Ladies and Gentlemen: When I first heard that thcro was to ho a lec ture Riven In this opera houso on the 15th, I did not suppose at that time that I should he asked to introduce the speaker. I did not think, perhaps, that ! might be in a position to hear the treat that I believe I am able to promise you. I take great pleasure in introducing to you tonight Judge Han na of Colorado Springs. After the Mayor's introduction, Judge Hanna made a few preliminary remarks and proceeded with his lecture, as follows: Mr. Mayor and Friends: It is said that brevity is the soul of wit. Be lieving this to be true, then the intro duction by your Honorable Mayor muBt be considered witty. The remarks by him were certainly very brief, but I am thankful to him tor them. I told hit? Honor this afternoon that I would co...

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. — 18 February 1909

xf T j-vvv, PHELAN OPERA HOUSE ALL NEXT WEEK, COMnENCiNQ Won., JKelb. :2:2 C. 3 5 r nllHHSIB WmBF SmM -yf JotShBhHIH c cu j r ) THE DOUGHERTY STOCK COM PA N Y Headed by Jim and Hattie Dougherty supported by a first-class company of metropolitan artists Presenting a repertoire of royalty plays, among which are "The Slave Girl," "The Game of Life," "A Quaker Tragedy," "A Vagabond's Wife," and others DPop-u.la,r IExIces: 25, 35 a.rxd. 50 cercLts Reserved Seats on Sale Saturday $ s 1 MOTH VK7 -Jferfj-.,,,yfi 7fep TORY FOR II L C. SMITH I c I w. and the Western Office Suilj UR Secretary, Mr. F. A. Pierson, while in Kearney, the County Seat of Buffalo County, Nebraska, last week, closed up two deals with the County officials at that place for two new L. C. SMITH & BROTHERS TYPEWRITERS, the same to be delivered at once. This was in competition with nearly every machine on the market and deals of this kind give us greater con fidence in our leader, the L. C. Smith. It is a ball-bearing ...

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. — 18 February 1909

A A - Miss M. Ruth Taylor TEACHER OF PIANO HEHINGFORD HERALD. i HEMIMlFOKD, IIOX BtTTTE COUNTY, NEIL, riHJ. l8, IOOO. 416 Niobrara Ave. Phone 381 4 DR. G. W. MITCHELL, fhjrslclnn nno Snriteon Day and night cr lit OmcooTcr Hogue Store. Phono 150. H. A. COPSEV, M. D. I'hjslclnn nnd Surgeon Phone 300 Call answered promptly day and night from ofillco. UfllCP! Alllanco Mtlonal Hank Unlldlng over the Post onico. DR?CHAS. E. SLAGLE WITH DR. BELLWOOD Special Attention Paid to Eye Work GEO. J. HAND, 11 O ,M 15 O PATIIIC PHYSICIAN AND SU11QEON Formerly Interne Iloraponallitc Hos pital University of Iowa. rhoue 551. Ofllco over Alllanco Bhoe Store KcHtdenco Phono 251. DR. C. H. CHURCHILL PHYSICIAN AND St KG15UN 8ucssor to J)r. J. K. Moore) OFFICE IN FLETCHER BLOCK Offlcdhouis-lllSn.m., 2-1 p.m. 7.30-11 p.m. Ofllce l'hone 62 Kes. Phone, S5 Drs. Bowman & Weber PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS First National Bank Hide- Rooms 4-5-6 Office hours, 10 toi2 a. in., 1:30 to 4, 7 to 8 p. in, Office Phono 65 ...

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. — 25 February 1909

rffefiln rilptcrloft! Sooloty rt,"" S The Herald. Official Publication of the City and County. Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in Western Nebraska. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1909 VOLUME XVI, NUMBER 11 Alliance RKt'OUT OP Tim CONDITION OF The First National Bank, CIIAUTKU NO, 42ifl, At Alllimcr, In tlie Stnto of Xcbravkn, lit the closoof business, Februarys, HWV 11KS0UHCE1. Loiuik nutl discounts SWI.ifid Orerdraftv?eeural iitnl uiiRCcurcd.. ($ 81 U. S. bondt to .PCUN) circulation.... 50,0ft) 00 U. B. HomU to securo II. 8. Oclwslt 40,000 00 Hanking house, ftirnlturo mm tlx- tllrus .. 10,000 00 Duo from National Hanks (notroscrio ngonts) ...... 5,031 IH) Hue from Statu iiml 1'r.l vto Banks und llunkcrn, Trust Companies and Sav ins Hunks 071 4li Duo from upproved re serve agent 01,550 Ml Checks ami other cash Items 1,058 10 Notes of other National Hunks S3 00 brnctlrinal paper currency, nickels anil cents nftJ it! Lawful money reset vo In bank, t)...

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. — 25 February 1909

!. 1 .. All This Week .. The Coming! T ESSIK INIT "The Boy ISS Man The Musical Artists, The COLES 5' Crystal Theatre In a bewildfering;, surpassing- and novel display of marvelous whirlwind GunSpinning, artistically blended with skillful feats of legitimate Novelty Juggling In bran new funny music acts i RIOT AT SOUTH OMAHA Angry Crowds Make Merciless Attack on Greeks. Torch Is Applied to Several Buddings and Inmates Beaten and Shot by Vengeful Mob Windows Smashed In Others. South Oinnha Sunday night was the scene of rioting, murderous nssault and plllnge. More than thirty build ings have been burned, wrecked or badly damaged, and probably a score of persons Injured, half that number seriously Uy her&ic work the police have prevented actual loss of life. The Immediate cause of the trou bio was the killing on Friday night of . Policeman Edward Lowery by John Masuredes, a Greek whom tho of ficer had placed under arrest. Masur edes was brought to the Douglas coun ty Jail at Omaha a...

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. — 25 February 1909

1. r" V K p k PIANO YOU'LL find in buying musical instruments that the greatest economy and surest satisfaction come from buy ing the product of men who are in love with their work. This is my reason for offering you Crown Pianos and Crown Combinolas. Anyone who knows about the men and the factory of Geo. P. Bent Company, makers of Crown Pianos, knows that there is nothing too good to use in their instruments. Whenever you buy a Crown Piano of me you are absolutely certain of always being satisfied ; they keep their tone and last indefinitely. I feel very safe in selling them. T. J. Threlkeld Imported and FOR Stall We Have Two-year-old Colts Weighing Over 1800 Pounds Call and Inspect Them Headquarters at PALACE LIVERY BARN SMITH WILSON, Props ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Think About Your Boy ! M R. FARM ER ! -By the time your boy grows up and becomes old enough to take up in his own name one of the new Government Irrigated farms in the Big Horn Basin or North Platte Vatley it will be too late...

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. — 25 February 1909

i 'A I !i 'gW&Sm Published Kvery Thursday by The Herald Publishing Company. I A. PlBUKOK. Vt '. IMNI ('- TllOMAI. SPO. Joiik V, Thomas. Mdr. JOHN W. THOMAS Editor J. B. KNIEST , . . . . Associate Editor Entered at the poslolhce at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through tho mails, as second-class matter. Subscription, $1.50 per year In advance. o FEBRUARYS SUN MON J 5 tuewed; 9 16 28 10 17 1415 2123242512627 THU II 18 FRI SAT 516 vm 1920 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, Wo9. 'You can't saw wood with a ham nicr, The advertising; space of The Her ald is for sale at reasonable rates, but the editorial columns are not for sale nt any price. If any one knows of any cood reason why tho salaries of the president of tho Onifed States, cabinet officers, mem bers of congress, etc., should bo enor mously increased at this time, we will five him space in these columns to in form us and our readers. favorable tariff schedules or by the or ganization of trusts nnd tho crushing of competition. Such...

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. — 25 February 1909

tv fc xv ? !? ' l$f ?... iV S ft L i- - $ '. 4,: - ' ViO ,ffc?jt- it f !, ' ,' , 4 ", fn " t l&v I) 1 if , " I - Ip "ft I ' .xn t til LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Take a look at Cloburn's new ad in this issue of the Herald. F. VV. Hucke of Hemingford was nn Alliance visitor Friday. R. F. Cro3by, piano tuuer, with G. A. Crancer company, Alliance- ' Mrs. J. R. Jordan and son Clayton left yesterday for a visit at Gordon, Nebr. George Mollring left for Denver last Sunday, expecting to bp away four or five days. Rev. D. 13. McLaughlin, the evangel ist, returned the first of the week from Bridgeport. J. M. Dineen and Peter Reubcndahl of Madison had business in Alliance last Friday. James Watson, the genial Nasby of the Marple postoffice, was one of our last press day callers. Scottsbluff will have electric lights, the village board having granted a franchise for that purpose. Miss Bertha Gregg spent Sunday at home, coming to Alliance Saturday from Bayard where she is employed as teacher. As we h...

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. — 25 February 1909

1 IK F lift KB I DRY FARMING CONGRESS OPENS. Alms at Making Arid Western LancJi More Productive. Mflro llinn a thousand dologntea. representing vcry fitato In the wost and sovoral foreign countries, wore prosont nt tho opening Tuesday In the Capital Avenue theater at Chey enne. Wyo., or tho third nnntiar trans inlssour) dry farming congress. Although the movement to hrlng to getlier tho tillers of tho arid lands of the west 1b only three years old and Us formal organization dates from last yonr's congress, It already ranks In Importance with the national Irriga tion congress and the transmlaslsslppl commercial congress. The purpose of the congress Is tho discussion and comparison of methods by which the arid districts can be placed under till ago and tho natural rainfall conserved, closer co-operation between the state and government departments In study ing dry farming methods and the em ployment of statisticians, lecturers, ex perimental farmcrH, etc., whose duty It will be to vis...

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. — 25 February 1909

Miss ML Ruth Taylor TEACHER OF PIANO Home Course In VICTORY FOR Modern Agriculture IV. Water In Its Relation to Plant Growth By C. V. GREGORY. Agricultural "Dl)lston. lotva State College 416 Niobrara Ave. Phone 381 MOW THE L t Sill and the '(stem Office Supply Co. DR. G. W. MITCHELL, I'liyslclmi nnoHnrgeon Day and night crtli OfflcooTor UoBuoBtore. Phono lJ& H. A. COPSEY, M. D. Pliyslclnn nnd Surgeon Phono 3 00 I loPSSiiii Kir Copyright, 1000. by American Prets Attoclntlon in I v; r; ii h-'.jrfi Ay. Ctf , 2 58s!k "kUR Secretary, Mr. F. A. Pierson, while in " Kearney, the County Seat of Buffalo County, Nebraska, last week, closed up two deals with the County officials at that place for two new L. C. SMITH & BROTHERS TYPEWRITERS, the same to be delivered at once: This was in competition with nearly every machine on the market and deals of this kind give us greater con fidence in our leader, the L. C. Smith. It is a ball-bearing machine, the easiest running and most durable on ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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