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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 September 1909

A PEARY IS DELAYED Commander Wants to Reach New York Ahead of Cook, PRESS TUG AT BATTLE HARBOR Membsrs of Party 8ay No White Man Wat With Peary at the Pole Took Only One Eskimo for Final Dash. Temperature Was 32 Below Zero. Failed to Find Bottom of Sea at 1,500 Fathoms. Bnttlo Harber, Labrador, Sept. 14. Tho Associated Press tug Thomas DoiiRlns arrived hero. Commander renry'a steamer ItooBovolt will leave Dattlo Harbor on Thursday or Friday for North Sydney, from whore sho will proceed to Now York in Unio, If possible, to tako part In tho HudBon Fulton colobratton. Cnptaln Unrtlett Is oxtromely anx ious to weigh anchor and return to civilization, but as thoro Ib danger of encountering storms so prevalent In this season on tho treacherous Uibra dor coast, every precaution will bo takon to put tho Roosevelt In as sea worthy a condition as possible Un der tho best of circumstances tho etonmer is bound to mnko a slow run to Sydney, probably not more thnn flvo knots an hour. Commander Pe...

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 September 1909

IT ALWAYS PAYS TO BUY YOUR fT GROCERIES vws from a Reliable House We have the BEST of Our Prces Yours for a A r Dnrlrvtxfc L j!- MS IlUi O Good Things to Eat AT ! Phone i Desch's 19 a 9 2 On the corner ce EVERYTHING FRESH AND CLEAN On SATURDAY, SEPT. 18th we will receive by express a fine line of peesh: f1 ies tj i z? fresi Peaches Fresh Apricots Fresh Strawberries Fresh Cherries Fresh Pineapples Fresh Ban annas Fresh Oranges All kinds Fresh Vegetables Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves IjWp MP . The above is the "Quick Meal" Trade Mark. If you want to sec the little "Quick Meal" chick get a quick meal, put it close to your eyes and your nose on the cross () Look at it that way steadily for a minute and you will 6ee the chick make a "Quick McS" of the bug. People who use a "Quick Meal" know how to cook a meal quick and cat it in comfort "Quick Meal" Stoves look well cook well, bake well and last well. They could not be made better at any price. Their immense ale is due to their merits to no...

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. — 16 September 1909

TBBS3E- zr - ' , Published Every Thursday by Tha Herald Publishing Company. F, A. PitBJO.t. I'r . tiUirii ('. TnOMAs, 8ec Joust W. Tiiouab. Mer- JOHN V. THOMAS Editor J. B. KNIEST Associate Editor Entered at the postoOice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. Subscription, St.jo per year in advance. THURSDAY, SEPT. iG, 1909, 1W95EPTEHBER 1909 15URM0NiTUljWEDiTMUFRI 5AT I 8 4 5 12 S 1(111 ilWwHi 13 14 1516 17 19 2021 2223 24 2S 28Z72Sim The next annual reunion ot the North Platte Valley Veterans' nssocia ( tion will be held at Minatare. Ilwana Tumbo, fautial naturalist, finds great difficulty in keeping ott the front page these Polar days. As the controversy grows hotter look out for charges by the Pcaryitcs that In his earlier occupation Dr. Cook used to water the milk. The question, "Who really discov ered the North Pole ?" may now take rank with that other long-unanswered one: ."Who struck Billy Patterson ?" By a recent ruling of the po...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 September 1909

MARSLAND. 4Mb-'; .';kk: g V i &T 3', ;T' - - ' p .v. f-. :;$& ' s 1- ,-V.,v :"'. -... S -.V .. -r . :' . - .' Kk -! F i- V W HORSE 8 All AT ALLIANCE r KnvnifErRmM v mnmmmMKimrMM mmrmmmwtimmmmmmmammwmmmxn m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmnirrmmimmmmmmmmmmm wmmmmm9mm;:i trmmc w ' ' W 11 W- tl9IWfH4tl SAT., EPT A OO Head of DRAFT Horses AT THE B.&M. STOCK YARDS Jv. Sa,le "begins afc 509 Closing out sale ot noted "Figure 8" horses, from Helena, Mont. Supposed to be the best herd of draft-bred horses in Montana, imported Percheron and Shire Stallions being used in this herd for 15 years. This offering consists from unbranded coits to six-year-old mares weighing 1700 pounds. They are the right type of a drafc horse, short legs and wide as a wagon kind. Teams have gone out of this herd for $500 and $600 per team, one team we.it to Seattle for $1,000. We have decided to sell at public sale at Alliance, Nebraska, Saturday, Sept. 25, this entire herd of 400 head of grand, good horses, including on...

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. — 16 September 1909

IN THE FAB NORTH Arctic Sport as Described by Nimrod Jonn R. Bradley. HIS JOURNEY WITH DR. COOK How He and the Explorer Killed Polar Bear and Walrus Near Etnh A Baby Walrus In a Molorboal Es kimos as Game Protectors. Dy JOHN R. BRADLEY, Who paid the cott of the Cook expedition. (Dy courtesy of Recreation Magazine 1 started some yours ngo to shoot In nil pnrta of tiio world In order to col lect specimens of grime, so 1 thought It best to begin at home, In America. 1 Bhot In Mexico, Now Mexico, Arlzo nu, the Itocky mountains and up In Alnnkn, then went to Afrlcn nnd the Altai mountains of northern Mongolia nnd Siberia. Then came the trip to the arctic with Dr. Frederick A. Cook, the explorer. If you nrc going up there right you roust hare a vessel of your own nnd tnkc chnnccB of losing It going through tho lcc. The Insurance companies will not Insure your vessel at nny old prlco. In my case they nald 1 was going too far north. You must take tho chances of losing your llfu ns well as y...

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. — 16 September 1909

I Y Groceries Oh! Ham We don't sell just "Ham." We sell Armour's "Star." The ham of hams "The Ham what am." BEAL 123 BOX BUTTE AVENUE jjlliance - 2ST e To r si s 3s: a, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in APPLES and PRODUCE Buy and Ship POTATOES for which the highest mar ket price is always paid FIRE INSURANCE A G-E NO Y REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE COMPANIES. Hertford Fire Insurance Company. North American of Philadelphia. Phoenix of Illooklyn. Now York. Continental of Now York City. Niagara Flro Insurance Company. Connecticut tiro rommerclul Union Assurance Co., London uermamu i- iro ins. uo. jtutuof Umuha ALLIANCE HOSPITAL GRADUATED NURSES IN ATTENDANCE HOSPITAL .STAFF Dr. Bellwood, Dr. Bowman, Dr. Hand, Dr. Copsey Open to All Reputable Physicians. Address all communications to THE MATRON, ALLIANCE HOSPITAL, Alliance, Nebraska. ambMM fiTBTrESuV. IJMtl3 ' I k f I'll Acheson Bros, s Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers S Gasoline Stoves and Ranges Lb OPERA HOUSE BLOCK and Meat Jas. G...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 September 1909

'mw RoCHCSTcn H.y, 2pHA "TALL STOCK is all in now and we never had a more complete line. Durable Comfortable Dressy Coupled with Moderate Prices Will make them popular with all Alliance Cash Shoe Store Services in Demand. Thero tiro few men who oro as much in demand for farmers' institutes, live stock exhibits, county and state fairs, etc., as Prof. E. W. Hunt. Hcfore coming to Allinnco last spring for his agricultural experimentation work in Box Butto county this year he had a very flattering offer for Chautauqua lectures which he declined to accept, owing to his interest in tho develop mpnt of agriculture here. Now that he can spare n part of his time from tho work hero for the present, ho has accepted a few of tho many calls which lie has received from various counties throughout tho stale. On Tuesday of this week ho went to Gordon to deliver an address at tho Sheridan county fair and to judge stock on Wednesday and Thursday. To morrow and Saturday ho will be at tho Dawes county ...

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. — 23 September 1909

f if The Alliance Herald. N Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in Western Nebraska. Official Publication of Box Butte county. VOLUME XVI, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA I THURSDAY, SEPT, 23, 1909 NUMBER 41 ft REPORT OK THE CONDITION OP The First National Bank, CHAKTEK NO. 4230, At Alliance, In tho State of Nebraska, nt tho close of business, tfcptcmbor 1, lOOft JlKSOUIlCEs. Loans ami discounts $464,012 65 Overdnitu.sccurctl nnd untccurod,, 718 41 U. R Iwiidi to secure circulation.... 50,000 00 U. 8. Bonds to securo U. 8. Deposit 1,000 00 Unuklng liousu, furniture and llx turcs 10,000 00 Cue from National llanka (notri'servo agents) , 11,012 05 r Duo from Stato nnd Pri vate Hanks and Uankcra. Trust Companies, nnd Havings Banks 1,815-10 Duo from approved re servo agents 75,40103 Checks and other cash , Items 2,51112 Notes of other National Hanks ( 78000 Fractional paper currency,, nickels and cents 23103 Lawful money rescrvo In bank, viz: Hpocfe...., 10,17305 Legal tender note...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 23 September 1909

114 Neighboring Notes From nrlriRoport Nows-Illado: Tho Hon. Moses P. Kinkniil wna in Bridgeport last Friday night on his way to Mitchell to avoid meeting the senate committco on irrigation. County Attorney F. E. Williams holds that under the new law, precinct assessors arc to bo elected in all pre cincts in this county this year. This is an important office and the voters should sco to it that candidates arc nominated and properly certified to tho county clerk in order that tho names may bo placed on tho official ballot. Precinct assessors will servo for two years and aro not eligible for re-election. In case any precinct fails to elect an assessor one shall bo appoint ed by tho county assessor and board of commissioners. from KdRomont Kxprcaii Tho ball game between Alliance and Crawford, Sunday, at Hot Springs was a star game. In tho first innings Al liance got two runs, and ono in tho sec ond. Crawford did not score till tho seventh innings and then they uiado enough to beat 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. — 23 September 1909

V $ '&& IT ALWAYS PAYS TO BUY fw. GROCERIES 0Wi from a Relable House We have the BEST of Our Prces Yours for a C4. D. Rod gets. Good Things to Eat AT 1 Phone 1 r I J9 1 uescn s j9 eS On the corner west of P. O. ,0,2 EVERYTHING FRESH AND CLEAN On SATURDAY. SEPT. 25th we will receive by express a fine line of PEBSH PEUIT m Damaged Shells W IRSMOKELESS POWDErSST Discount 15 Case Lots, 20 A Case of Shells which formerly QQ .sold for $13.00, now . . . P1 'g ' NEWBERRY'S Hardware Company 3?0 Acre Free Homestead WYOMING, COLORADO AND MONTANA: The Mondell Homestead law makes pro visions for 320-acre homesteads in certain localities, instead of the usual 160 acre tracts. The requirements of the law are practically the same regarding residence, improvements and cultivation. These lands are going fast; if you want a homestead close to the railroad, you should act now. t CROPS AN1 RAINFALL: Visitors to the Omaha Corn Show will remember the magnificent display of farm products from Westo...

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. — 23 September 1909

OVATION FOR COOK Bjooklyn Greets Arctic Explor er In Grand Style, WIFE MEETS HIM ON TUG, Parade of Automobiles Pastes Under Triumphal Arch Erected Opposite His Old Home President of Bor ough Officially Welcomes Him Home. Crowds Greet Commander Peary at 8ydney. Now York, Sept. 21. "It's good to bo an American; It seems that I havo been gone ten years." Gazing at New York after an absence since July 4, 1007, these words wcro tho first senU monts expressed by Dr. Frederick A. Cook of Brooklyn us ho returned to his nntlvo land on tho steamship Os car II. Thcro was no hitch In ttie home-coming reception for the ex plorer. Tho Oscar II. ronchod Quarantine at 8:30 this morning. There Mrs, Cook, accompanied by her two children, Dr. Cook's brother, William, Dr. noswcll 0. Stebblns and J. Knowlcs Hure of tho oxccutjvu commlttco of tho Arctic Club of America, woro waiting on a tug. Dr. Stebblns and Mr. Huro boarded tho liner. After thoy hnd greeted Dr. Cook, ho Jolnod' his wlfo on tho tug and ...

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. — 23 September 1909

The New York to Seattle Race was won by a Ford Model "T"car taken from stock. This car won the hardest, longest race ever run, beating1 cars of from 45 to 60 h. p., selling for from $4,500 to $6,000. In' this race from ocean to ocean, this Ford car established a new record for the trip, made the record in open competition, and not only arrived first in Seattle, thereby winning the Guggenheim Trophy, but was first at 27 out of a total of 30 checking stations. The same car went the entire trip complied with all the rules and arrived in Seattle, after making the 4, 100 miles in :S F O i- r ;-- ! fcA, ?. IHHMMMMr Turn about 8 5 O A FULL LINE TO CHOOSE FROM mRDoOyO S-"", HIGH PRICED QUAUTY 3MHEr5JF H j0r vy IN A LOW PRICED CAR fgp H IMHMHMr 5- Passenger Touring Car $85Q.OQ High Priced Quality in a low priced car Every Model "T" FORD is an exact dupli cate of the car that won the New York - Seattle Contest Q 50 days and 52 minutes, without having had to make a replacement of any of its pa...

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. — 23 September 1909

A Dutch Colonial. GEO. i. MO NG taoan's kStore Interior as Well as Exterior Reproduce the Past House Can Be Finished Complete For $4,500 to $5,000. Detlf tied by Albert E. OtvU. the Bronx. New York. 1UJJUI ux LA VOGUE' JSSf MIL I mi I In s am Patronized by careful and discriminating , buyers The one place in town where you can buy really good chocolates Cement Walks I make a specialty of ce ment walks and work. Have been constructing- same in Al liance more than one year, and invite the most rigid in spection of my work. Use only the best of materials and make prices as low as can be done with honest work. Have had many years experience in cement construction in vari ous cities. Remember poor cement work is dear at the cheapest price and when you have had to replace it is mon ey thrown away. John Pederson , Seed Wheat and Rye I have a quantity of winter wheat threshed and also sonic fall which I will soil to persons wanting tho sama for secd.I J. Knait, 8 miles north west ol Allianc...

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. — 23 September 1909

I . V Extra Premiums for Farm Products For farm products raised in Box Butte county and the counties adjacent to Box Butte county on the east and south a,nd dis played in the window oi our store the three days of the fair, September 28, 29 and 30, we will give the following premiums: (A'o Irrigated Products Can Be Entered) 12 Best Early Ohio Potatoes ' lb. can Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand Coffco 12 Best Eireka (Round White) Potatoes I lb. 35c grade Chase & Sanborn's Coffee Largest Squash ol any variety I Carton Loose-Wiles Soda Crackers City Watch for Special Sale Every Day of the Fair SXJEE, IT'S ALLIANCE GROCERY CO. B E A L 123 BOX BUTTE AVENUE Alliance - 1ST e To x a. s 3s: a; Wholesale and Retail Dealers in APPLES and PRODUCE Buy and Ship POTATOES for which the highest mar ket price is always paid 3VJELSS01N FLKTCHER FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE COMPANIES. Hartford Flro Insurance Company. North American of Philadelphia. Phoenix of Ulooklyn. No...

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. — 23 September 1909

.w whimi ii iMini mam lwhtoo RSSSCMRn l"HMrfWi0lPW' p j.'jj.'aaapnrtgiiwwpiatwxit-n. x.miwwXWrii E.P.REE0 3r Co S9iV Rochester N.Y. JPlMjA ""Mrf! OurCAl 1 CTftllf is all in now and we never had a more complete line. Durable Comfortable Dressy Cousled with Moderate Prices Will make them popular wun an Alliance Gash Shoe Store CHAS. C. STREET ALLIANCE, NEBEASKA Traveling Agent in Box Butte county for r J. R. Watkin's Celebrated Household Remedies Poultry and Stock Tonic i Flavoring: Extracts, Ground Spices Toilet Articles, Soaps and Perfumes The Old Reliable Hardware, Harness and Implement Firm T IIT-.ITH .1 .... .,, .I,,,,,. "'"'"""" ' ' ' " " ' " " ' ' In order to make room for new goods will make special prices on , Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons Agent for tho well known Dccring Hay Tools and Harvesters and J. I, Case Threshing Machines. ' In HARNESS My motto: "How Good; Not, How Cheap." Anton Utifig 1 EMINGFORD, NEBR. ill be a Grand Success rrotn Tho Crawford (kinrlcr: Earl D. Ma...

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. — 30 September 1909

H'-i'n ITK'uil'ul Rnolnty , Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in Western Nebraska. Official Publication of Box Butte c uiniv, jljL J-JLAJttlIi sS EZi JL JL.C4 mJLjLJ VOLUME XVI. ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, SEPT, 30, 1U09 NUMBER 42 JOE THE SAVING I HP lUUUIu HABIT S Orcoowski s s s s Be systematic in your SAYING- and in time it will become a HABIT. It is easy to spend money, so easy that the SPENDING- HABIT is accniired before the SAVINGS HABIT. Stop and make an allowance for necessary expenses and then plan to SAVE some thing on that allowance and the SAVING- HABIT will go. The First National Bank welcomes deposits ot these savings funds. Time certificates draw interest and are issued for any amount. First National Bank 2 I UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY j vTvV WV"vv vv v, vAWV WVvwX'v' ALS. A BUSINESS LOCALS AMi Vs'asSasW'W , Furnished room for rent. Phone G30. Lawn Swings at The Gadsby Store. FOR SALE My residence, 7:5 Cheyenne Ave., strictly, modern, fur nace and...

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. — 30 September 1909

l.tvtvt js temMimMmtMlumtmtmit -.nnii'nwitmnmwii "mm v orij-wi(' & u nuvwt wnnKA.-rvA. klMjHiV l-mfMiiio DR. COMPLIES Answers Some of the Charges Made by Peary. ADDSNEWFAGTSTO HIS STORY In Lecture Under Auspices of Arctic Club Explorer Telia Why He Left Instrument With Whitney In Glv. Ing Credit to Explorero Who Pre ceded Him He Omits Namo of Peary for First Time. New York, Sopt. 28. Dr. Cook con sented to glvo tho ABSocintod ProBs u formal rojily to boiiio of tho most ma torlnl of tho clmrgoa brought ngnlnst lilm by Commander l'oary. A inoro comploto declaration will be Usuud by the oxploror when l'oary lunltos his accusations ovor bis own s'uti lure. Tho statement la ns follows; "Commander Ponry says that my Blodgos waie not fitted for Arctic trnval nnd that ho would not euro to voyngu In the Arctic with f'om. Tha only sledge Conrmnnder Penry saw was half u otio which 1 had glvon to Sir. WKItnoy ns a souvoulr. Tho remainder of It had boon used to mako bows and arrows. "Air. Wh...

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 September 1909

k r IT ALWAYS PAYS TO BUY o groceries! from a' Relable House We have the BEST of everything good to eat Our Prices are Right Yours for a A. D. Rodgeis Good Things to Eat a AT 0 pi;! Desch's n; On the corner west of P. O. ea EVERYTHING .FRESH AND ' CLE AN s On SATURDAY, OCT. 2nd we will receive by express a fine line of PEBSH PI3TJIT & Damaged Shells m 3WSM0KELESS POWDERBt . Discount 15 Case Lots, 20 Case of Shells which formerly fcfl f QO sold for $13.00, now . . . ?! I '1 NEWBERRY'S Hardware Company 320 Acre Free Homestead WYOMING, COLORADO AND MONTANA: The Mondell Homestead law makes pro visions for 320-acre homesteads in certain localities, instead of the usual 160 acre tracts. The requirements of the law are practically the same regarding residence, improvements and cultivation. These lands are going fast; if you want a homestead close to the railroad, you should act now. CROPS AND RAINFALL: Visitors to the Omaha Corn Show will remember the magnificent display of farm produc...

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 September 1909

I ' t 1 B i ft n r i- i n s I i I I keJeraib Pobliihed Every Thursday by The Herald Publishing Company. P. A. !itmtox, Ir . I.i-oyd (?. Thomas, Sec. JOHN W. Thomab. Mur. JOHN W. THOMAS Editor 1. B. KN1EST Associate Editor 1UXU- T?nlrrt al thn nnttoflirn at Alllanen. Nebraska, for transmission through the maun, as scconu-ciass matter. Subscription, tt.50 per year in advance. THURSDAY. SEPT. 30, 1909. 19Q9SEIPTEMBER 1909 SURHOHITUEWEPTnWRISAT 7Y A-2.2.A 1213141116 II 18 892021 22 23 2425 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. STATU TICKirr. Tor Supremo Judge, IIKNJAMIN l OOOO, JOHN .!. HUr.I.lVAN, JAMK3 It, DKAN. Tor UeKntn of tho University, UHAItLRST. KNAl'l. ItAKNKV K. NKWIIIIANOII. COtJNTV T1CKHT. Tor County ijlurk. rjOIIN II. ICN1KST. Tor County Treasurer. Klti:i) MOLLHINO. Vot rtieria, OALVIN M. COX. Tor County Juduo, h. A. IillltltY. 1'ur Suimrlutemlont of Public Instruction, nni.iiA m. uitim Vat Corousr, DIt. (3. W. MITOIIHM Kor County Surveyor, l K. J1AM1IMN. 1 or t uiuuy Coinmlti'.toiior I'lrst...

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. — 30 September 1909

The New York to Seattle Race was won by a Ford Model " T " car taken from stock. This car won the hardest, longest race ever run, beating cars of from 45 to 60 h. p., selling for from $4,500 to $6,000. In this race from ocean to ocean, this Ford car established a new record for the trip, made the record in open competition, and not only arrived first in Seattle, thereby winning the Guggenheim Trophy, but was first at 27 out of a total of 30 checking stations. The same car went the entire trip complied with all the rules and arrived in Seattle,- after making the 4, 100 miles in F 1 .y?wromCTIfriK H J " '. ) rggJL B O i-tJ ?' ; b& , HMMMMHMHP' Turn about 8 5 O A FULL LINE TO CHOOSE FROM WOVJ' &?, HIGH PRICED QUALITY LVMDfiy H y Zcra in a low rwcEO car fcr IIHIMMM 5- Passenger Touring Car $850,00 High Priced Quality in a low priced car Every Model "T" FORD is an exact dupli cate of the car that won the New York - Seattle Contest J 40 das and 52 minutes, without having had to ma...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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