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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 January 1903

tMmittvt j Thanked by Thousands Hundreds of drntcful Letters Dally tell how tlio Frco trial of Doan'5 Kidney Pills brought rellcJ to Invalid-Drifting People. OArctAxn, Cai,. "I got your trial box of Dpn'ji Kidney Pills and thank you very much for Ititui. I tlilnlt they are worth Ibclrvrolght In gold. I gavo them to my son mid thoy helped him so much Hint I bought two boxes. They have done him more good than tho doc tor could do. They said ho had fright's Dlseiuo mid could not get well. 1 1 to urlno was green and his hack nearly killed him. Now ho Is nearly well. I havo Ave other sons whom I havo advised to wrlto you, as I would llko to convince them of tho merits of Dosii'b Kidney Pills." Mrs. Lbiuett, 703 East 17th Street, Oakluml, Cat New Onus is, La. "I lake plcasuro In con gratulating you on your Doan's Kidney Pills. I received and used tho sample and then pur chased a box of C L. Ctnack fe Co., Ltd, ' must wy I havo been cured of dizziness b them, iind havo not had tho slightes...

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. — 16 January 1903

HEALTHY WOMEN Praise Pe-ru-na as a Cure for Golds and a Preventive of Catarrh,' CASTRO ACCEPTS SAY VENEZUELA QUESTION MA 50 TO HAGUE. d JS. . eft. BOWEN HAS THE AUTHORITY Kvz Will Rcprccent Venezuela for Adjust ment Claims Out of Hand France Liable to Join in Blockade of Vene zuelan Coact. i t i r i I if ' . I - I ...a, j'JSdhritt&g&V II t Jk ' r. 1 1 UUkTTBhSL T MM Mrs..m. J. Brink FIRST STAGEOF CATARRH. A Serious Mistake Which Thou sands Arc MaJung. Tho first stago of catarrh is what is commonly known as "catching cold.", It may be in the head, nose, throat or lungs. Its beginning is sometimes so severe as to cause a chill and considerable fever, or it may be so slight as to not hinder a person from his usual business. In perhaps a majority of cases little or no attention is paid to the first stage of catarrh, and hence it is that nearly one-half of the people have chronic catarrh in some form. To neglect a cold is to invito chronic catarrh. As soon as any one discovers WE...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 January 1903

MWI I MUUti-W The News at Hemingford. KBITM L. PIEHOE, RccoRTin. IKoltli T.. Hcivp In fully autUorWWl to o llrltnuliM;r1t)tloilt nimI Jolt wuric riji! rtillwt unci reoeljit for sunns nml traiwwt pit otlier business In coiiiiitMoii with hln ikmUIoIi i un accrHlltMlrotiesoutntlvi)of this imner.J Mr nnil Mrs. Clark Olds were Alii nnce visitors tills woelt. II. II. ItcnHVolfl wus In town Tuesday and went down to Alliance. Itev. Harness and wife went down to Alliance Tuesday, returning Wednes day morning. V. h. Ashbrook, the Sioux county ranchman, was in town on business last Tuesday. Dr. Elkncr was called to the home of Olo Moo last Sunday by the sickness of one of the little boys. Miss Georgia Miller came up from Alliance Wednesday to remain n few days with her parents. Mrs. .lame IIolMnrnke returned Sun day from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Henry Shultz, at Pluttsmouth. Mif-s Lizzie Walker has been ill sev eral dnvs with her old enemy, tonsll- itls. At present she is improving. .11. U,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 January 1903

W .u. (.- I I .24 ) u r w S! J f lO r hu J AROUND THE WORLD. Incident Showing the Extremely Unfriendly Feel ing Existing Between Russia and Japan. DR. HORN CROSSES YELLOW SEA TO CHINA Large Number of War Dogs Give Shanghai llnrbor Threatening Appearance "Injustice and Evltdolng Cause of Chinese Hatred of For eignersThe Doctor Narrowly Escapes a Mlup. awav from one the kljk of rooms ami teachers. Continued from lusi wool; Nagasaki, Japan, Dec. i, 1002. On arriving in Nagasaki we noticed, besides a Russian man-of-war, the largo army transport, "Thomas" en route from Manila to San Francisco loaded with our soldier boys. Passing down street a few hours later. I noticed a mob in front of a hotel. Hastening rapidly to the scene of excitement, I saw an Ameiican soldier in the center without hat, his face and head bleeding from .1 number of cuts. Murryins to his aid were other soldiers, but the timely action of the Japanese police in arresting the Jap who had done the damage and hurrying hi...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 January 1903

SSSiSftlSBRSaS HIS PARTING WORD Rocommondations of Retiring Governor Savage of BUte Institution Advocated Wonld Lengthen Terms of l.rgliilntnr iini), Abollih UnneceKinry Hint Of- flcci A 1'IcH for Kriiiiomy VbblrVr WHAT QOV. SAVAGE' RECOMMENDS. Governor Savage declares that tho provision of the constitution regarding tho Imostmcnt of trust funds Is antiquated Ho urges thnt some ameiidmtnt lo devhed to romedy the defect and nllow the state tieasurer to lineal In such slate, county nnd foreign bonds ns nmy make wife nnd prolltnblo Investments. Strict nnd rigid economy Is tho keynoto of the whole message. The governor dnouuccs unneces sary Jobs nnd nil attempts at party spoliation. He maintain thnt tho monoy of the people- should wo wisely it nil Judiciously spent nnd urges n enroful Investment of all tho money of tho people. Governor Savngo Riven a do tnllcd nceount of the loss of the Norfolk asylum by lire. He tiroes thpt nil buildings erected by the stato ho built of fireproof ma te...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 January 1903

I ' m TAe Day of yil Sanfe Solemn Ceremonies Mark Its Observance in European Countries Prayers For the Dead and Decoration of Graves. Open LongsSealed Graves Explorers Find Remains of Great Egyptian King Buried Fortyfive Hundred Years Ago Splendid Paintings and Sculpture, Salt Lake Is Drying Up Utah's Great Natural Curiosity Threatened With Total Destruction Business Men of the City Are Much Alarmed, (Special Correspondence.) t WWVNSN VNrf-VW (Special Correspondence.) (Special Correspondence) ,m 4 4 If V h HROUGHOUT Kttrope the llrst nnt second days of November nre grunt church holidays. No. 1 All Saints' lay the Hainan Cath olics and Lutherans i ft TBrQii obseive In .honor of the sacred group of martyrs and saints. The follow in day All Souls' they decorate to the memory of "the souls of all those who have died In the communion of the hod and blood of our Lord." Chancing last November to be In Munich the heart ot Gorman Roman Catholicism 1 had the oppor tunity in participating in h...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 January 1903

tmmmaemmammmiaum ry WBWiL'x-JS)Mis" '-if"jBe 1 3&$&.g& A 3 a .rz. - RANGES I STOVES, I IU Wo arc glad to print herewith a good likeness of Conductor J. M. Burwick, the gospel preacher, of Two Har bors. Minn., tocelhcr with his evangelist singer, Mr. Clark, who is also a conductor. These servants of the Cross of Christ have been blessed of God in the salvation of many. They will be at the Baptist church, this city, next Wcdnes day evening, January 21, providence permitting, for fifteen days' meetings. Everybody come and get good as well as to impart good to the meeting- Every Christian is invited to lend this effort for souls, their most prayerful attention and their presence. Come the first night of the meetings and stay by them to their close. IN Till: SUNNY SOUTHLAND. Lincoln I was sec one of our Krajicek, for a here 011 to St. M( Snow Writes Entertainingly 0 Her Trip to Atlanta, Ocorfila. After due time we left Alliance, one filled with the pleasure which the thought ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 January 1903

r l- i i y i.i. If V V 1 XUbe Beralb. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. B T. J. O'KKKFE. Entered at the postoffice at Alliance, Nebrailta, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Subscription, Si. 50 per year in advance. COMMISSIONERS' PROCEEDINGS. Alliance neb., Jan. 13, 1903, Board of county commissioners met in regular session. Members present, Frank Caha, chairman, Geo. V. Loer and Geo. V. Duncan, members, and S. M. Smyser, clerk. It appearing that John J. Pierson was assessed for the southwest quarter section 28, township 25 north, range 49 west, in the years of 1S93 and 1894 and that in those years said tract was government land, it is ordered that the county treas urer refund to him the taxes assessed there on to the amount of $20.95, Bid of Elmer L. Vaughn for lease of poor farm accepted and-contract in accor dance with his bid ordered drawn. The following official bonds were ex amined and approved, to-wit. j. J. Pierson, assessor Wright precinct....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 January 1903

THE ALLIANCE HERALD, T. J. O'Keefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. tJ-HH-iw-;rK-M-:HW": 1 t nniPP tfifcdamc -,- . w. -j- Howard J. Kogors, chlof of tho de partment of education In St. LouIb, will bo tho director of tho world's congress es at tho opposition In 1904. Ilobort Scott, a waiter at a Clove land hotel, has served tho guests at ono of the tables of tho establishment continuously for twenty-four years. Doano Itoblnson, secretary of tho South Dakota Historical society, In to wrlto a two-volumo history of that state, tho work to bo completed In July, 1904. Thcro Is hut ono dentist In Mada gascar, and ho Is a native. Tho Uni ted States consul at Tamatavo says thcro Is a good opening thcro for an American. dentist Word has been received of tho death nt Juneau, Alaska, of Robert A. Frederick, formerly of Topolco, Kan., United States attorney for tho First district of Alaska. According to Sir James Crlchton Browno, tho air of London contains 150,000 proportional parts of dust to Pa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 January 1903

r i J, MICKEY'S MESSAGE Legislature Listens to Its Reading Thursday URGES PROPER ECONOMY itovora Retention or Supremo Court CommliRloti and Hello c n llonrd of Pardons Necessary Views In Kogurd to Taxation WHAT GOV. MICKEY SAYS IN HIS MESSAGE. -uln,,'n0.y' . fll, an1 complete). should exist between tlio executive and tlio legislature. There should be "strict econ- omy without parsimony " . We should seek Divine nihintmr. In tlio nffalrs of state. Tho Increase In public debt la Will ROM MV llttiTnft'nliti.tl.. 1... il.- assessors. Tho law should bo chnnireil en M,nf ii . nnu personal uronertv innuf listed. An experimental farm should bo established in Western Nebraska. should not bo abolished. 81x of tho nine members should im m. -j- A board of pardons should bo established. T?rill(VlHntinl tnalltiittnnH ....... .1.1 y ; ....... iiio.ivuLiuiia csiiuuiu t "-; Kuiieious treatment. Oil should be carefully Inspected. 2. ,An, , ndequato appropriation should bo made for the St. Louis expos...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 January 1903

:."l-Ji,..''."JU..i..Wf.1 g !' 'UlU'Wii . MMHWMNMHMHMMMMMfMHMMH The Famous The Clothing House that does things. We do as we adver tise. The House that sets the pace, that never has to follow or imitate. THE COAL FAMINE! In New York Oity lias caused many Clothing establishments to close uuwu wuur piauua, leaving -uiw stocks on nana at the mercy of the re tailers for they cannot keep goods over from one season to another on ac count of the radical changes in styles. KORN, HOLZMAN & CO of 733 and 735 Broadway, New York, was one of the large concerns that was jo,uhu auu uiu iNtJw xurj agent, ivir. j. Jtsuuer, I The Famous The Clothing House that revolutionized Clothing Prices in Northwestern Nebraska. WE ORIGINATE. Bought 160 Suits and 89 Overcoats at 60 per cent, on the Dollar This means that we can sell them at less monev than nv rttnilr ran buy them at and 40 per cent, cheaper than we ourselves had to pay at the beginning of the season and in order to harmonize prices with the bi...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 January 1903

wmmmmmmm iTyuAjZ CSL n' ,- "j M ? ; -jk: ?-;k-:-:s:j-:.. The Alliance Herald. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION $ CF BOX BUTTE COUNTY j AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER IN THE COUNTY. THE HERALD HAB THE ? LARQR8T CIRCULATION , 4-$-:::.:.:.:.:.' PRINTS ALL THE NEWS. ,j5j,j..Mg...).j.j.. VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA; FRIDAY. JANUARY 30, 1903, NUMBER 6 i Ij." 4 t- J to u CLEARANCE .LE!f GOODS AT THESE PRICES VNTIL GONE frib. Can Tfolo Peaches i5c Fancy Sliced Peaches, per can....liijc 2 Cans Salmon 350 :i Cans Htrlng Deans 350 Hest Onions, per bushul $1 ) Best Butter, per pound 35c Fresh E(?ks. per dozen 3.1c laiicy Kviinornteri Peaches, pound. I0e Karlv.Iuno Peas and Corn, can ...joe Black Prunes pound 5c Evaporated Apples, pound nv 3 (Jans Best Tomatoes 3,v 3 PnckiiKi'-s Imported Mncarotil....2oc Oil Sardines, tier enn Re 25c Can Table Poaches 30; 25c Can Table Pears... J 20c 25c Cau Table Apricots 30c Evaporated Pears, per pound 10c Currants, per pacUago 5c Sueur Cured Ham, pound 15c ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 January 1903

THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefc, PublUher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. UneaBy, too, Hob Uie hoad Uiat wears a royal fez. Yet no one hears of tho coal barons giving any surpluB millions to educa tion. As Mr. Schwab haB dono nothing startling of Into wo may concludo bo is getting better. Honolulu can now talk to San Fran cIbco every day and all day If Bho hap pens to have tho price. There is food for superstitious minds In tho thought that tho figures In 1903 added together mnho 13. Emperor Francis Josoph will not lot hs premier resign. A good premier is as hard to got as n good hired girl. Somo folks tnink their wholo duty 1b performed whon thoy build a big flro and warm their feet and pity tho poor. A government tnx 1b soon to bo im posed upon soda fountains. Now 1b tho tlmo to hit them while they arc down. One of tho oddities of tho mldwlntor market 1b that a car load of coal costs tho same as a crato of Texas straw berries. Two drunks a year Is all tho new English law will allow to ono ...

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. — 30 January 1903

V A I r I ft nH I va '' AR0U1SD THE WORLD. Christian Education Stops Use of Baby Tower and Other Monstrous Cruelties, LACK OF SYMPATHY IS CHARACTERISTIC Amy Crime Must Be round Out Before If Is Considered Such and a Vile Life Considered Virtuous It Llrcd UndetectedBurial Mounds So Numerous the Country Looks Like a Vast Hay Field. Hong Kong, Dec. 12, 1902. China is a puzzle to me. The more 1 see of China and things Chinese, the more complex the tangle hecomes. My trip to central China convinced me that this vast empire is simply trampling upon herself by her own ignorance and superstition. Where christian educa tors gain a footing, barbarism is slain and right thought paves the way to right acting. A few gospel teachers cannot transform tcoming millions in a decade, but the families that become christian cast aside the old for the new er and better. Old China maintains what is called the Baby Tower. New China, or christian China, is as much opposed to the Baby Tower as America. The B...

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. — 30 January 1903

If m R XDbe Deralfc. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. i. . Bv T. jWlvEUFK . jg 'Knlorod at tint postofftcs nt Allianca Nebraska, for transmission through thj mail.., as soqpnd-tluM matter, j tr i. ? OFFICIAL COUMTV iyvPilK. k Subscription, St. Jo r year in nrlvanci act ox Tfli: fji;.vsi?i hTix. -Tn. . a .. i . ... m....l t.ll.t It 1' cprtisk(i i.criwiiiic nvpiiumiu it ""r Iteooiumtitd the PJ-eMftont's SiiRROfit- t cil liuMttlRntlng Committee, fy The Omaha Bo of Wednesday. Janunrg ifc, Iiab the following to my regarding the liRpo4tl of tlia Dietrich landlaasing bill, f At was xnectotl . nnd predicted, and practically predetermined, lKith house a,nd senate today recorded their repudiation of; iVir Dietrich land leasing bill. In accord ' . - ,... .u:,1 nni'drnnr M,rV'MV t11fftjaffn itUtO WM viutfliiiut ........vj w ... n. ve final both branches of the legislature ga and emphatic expression to their sent! nicnts of the menture. - The senate disponed ot the innitarf llo-nlirrl, its rntTllll it I BC ni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 January 1903

t A 4 i fr V rv .- it y TAe News at Hemingford. )m. ' -3 rs 3 KeitIh L.PiEncE, Repohteb. t , IKcltli Ij. Vitro? is fnlly autliorlred to so licit subscriptions una Jofi work and collect and receipt for Mitfle, nd truiiswet all otliur. busltiuss In roniiiftluu with hW position us mn accredited ruiiri'ientatlve of this jianur.. James Montague was in town Sntur duy. . D. P. MoLenn was in from Dox Hutto Saturday., . , v . a f Joliti "bun ah" was ItT from Canton Wednesday. , , , . , & Adolph Nikont was in tovn a few hours Saturday. g j tlnmbs Tucck lia'spureliased u piece of land in his range. A. I). MilleU went to .HrunSup, dn business Tuesday morning. Mrs. Sherwood spent a few days with Mrs. Fred Nceland last week. Mrs. Armstrong was quite sick Sun day but at present is inneh better.1" " t, Mrs. JhV. Christy hassufTcred a re lapse and at present writing she is very low. ' Arthur llennett was down from Marslaud Tuesday transacting busi ness. ltev. N. E. Gardner attended the revival m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 January 1903

MARSLAND. J. C. Wood is shipping hay to the Mile. Mrrf. Wirte spent last Tuesday in Belmont. C. E. McUregg was a Chadron visitor on Wednesday. Mrs. Amy Rrott of North Table wan u over-Sunday visitor in this city. Marion McCoy was down from his ranch twelve miles northwest on Sun day. James Hunter had business in town a conplo of days the fore part of tho week. Miss Itnby McCoy spent last week with her sister, Mrs. 1. L Wilson of this place. C. K. McUrogtf lias engaged to super intend the largo ranch of John Hughes west of town for tho coming year. A pair of twin babies arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Jackson on the 10th Inst. There is one of each kind. John Hughes left for Crawford on Monday to visit his old friend, Ocorgo Barngrovcr, who is undergoing a long and painful illness. Mrs. N. O. Poole is beiiind the boxes in the postofllce during tho temporary abscuce of Postmaster Suow, who is nursing his little daughter, Fern. Dave Colvillc, formerly a resident of this and Si...

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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. — 30 January 1903

. f to fi A ) V 0? to M IS CAUGHT BY THE GRIP. RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA Congressman Geo. H. White's Case. A Noted Sculptress Cured. 4ir4X) i fllPBP4 mm I Medical Talk. fSfedS 1 444444it4 LA GRIPPE is epidemic cattarrh. It spares no class or nationality. The cultured and the ignorant, the aris tocrat and the pauper, the masses and the classes are alike subject to la grippe. None are exempt all arc liable. Have you the grip ? Or, rather, has the grip got you ? Grip is well named. The original French term, la grippe, nas Deen snoneneu Dy ine uusy jliiicu Ask your druggist for a free Peruna Almanac. Constipation turea i Those who have used salts, castor oil, and tho many homo and manufactured purgatives, know that in such treatment there Is no possi bility of a euro from constipation. These remedies aroat most nhvsics and do nhanlntnlv no good. In fact they frequently provoke piles fistula, female disorders and many cases or appenuioius aro traceable to their uso. Soon the ordinarv doses of...

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. — 30 January 1903

.1, The Famous The Clothing House that does things. We do as we adver tise. The House that sets the pace, that never has to follow or imitate. THE COAL FAMINE In New York City has caused many Clothing establishments to close down their plants, leaving the stocks on hand at the mercy of the re tailers for they cannot keep goods over from one season to another on ac count of the radical changes in styles. KORN, HOLZMAN & CO of 733 and 735 Broadway, New York, was one of the large concerns that was caught and our New York agent, Mr, J. Butler, The Famous The Clothing House that revolutionized Clothing Prices in Northwestern Nebraska. WE ORIGIN A E ' V'' Bought 160 Suits and 89 Overcoats at 60 per cent on the Dollar. This means that we can sell them at less money than any retailer can buy them at and 40 per cent, cheaper than we ourselves had to pay at the beginning of the season and in order to harmonize prices with the big; Clothing deal, we will unmercifully CUT PRICES in all our ...

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. — 6 February 1903

2r Y The Alliance Herald -:-5:-j:':e-H':-: 4 official publication A $ OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY .to J AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC ! $ PAPER IN THE COUNTY. cJ "S-:Ks-:::-:iK-s-H-H-f a V THE HERALD HAS THE LnriUkOI D HOULkT DN OF ANY ALLIANOE PAPER fe PRINTS ALL THE NEW8. m:::$.:& VOLUME X. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1903, NUMBER 7 pr ftf1; A V PS--. ' Hr R' POTATOES Those who have good, smooth sorted stock, can bring: them in any warm day and get your money Highest Prices Paid 1'riccs arc as high as they will be in our opinion and considering the quantity being stored for spring use, when prices drop the will go way down. Call and see us if you have any nice stock for sale. Bring a load in the first warm day. Alliance Grocery Co. Those neckties are dandies, at Norton's g Commence the New Year right. Buy your Groc eries of . . . Lee Acheson where you can al ways get the best goods for the least money. All orders receiveprompt and careful attention... 'Phone No. 4....

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