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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 February 1903

pji i zzzzzzzzzz WfelCjl JiSM MV aMl n&xi'r:'cs . eC" " r jBmL jm mf Jr V aH Don't wait until your sufferings have driven you to despair, with your nerves all shattered and your courage gone. Help and happiness surely awaits you if you accept Mrs. Pinkham's advice. Diseaso makes women nervous, irritable, and easily annoyed by children and household duties; such women need the counsel and help of a woman who understands the peculiar troubles of her sex; that woman is Mrs. Pinkham, who with her famous medicine, Lydia 1. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, have restored more Bick and dis couraged women to health and happiness, than any other one person. Her address is Lynn, Mass., and her advico is free. Wnto today, do not wait. "Will not tho volumes of letters from women who have been made strong by Lydla 12. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound con vince others of tho virtuctj of this great medicine? "When a medicine has been successful In more than a million cases, is it justice to yourself t...

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. — 6 February 1903

i (L t AROUND THE WORLD. Peculiarities in the Construction of the Chinese and Japanese Languages, THE CITY AND ISLAND OF HONG KONG The Third Port In Importance In the Terraced City and Harbor at Night Directory of Vessels Kept and Bay Divided Into Wards From the Vast Numbers. bonchulcd from last week. Hong Kong, Dec. 12, 1902. Judging from appearances, the Chinese take pains to misunderstand and misdirect. I came to the conclu sion that one would he as safe in doing the opposite from what a Chinese says as to follow his instructions. Their indefinite manner of expressing their thoughts has been likened unto that of the witness in an English court who described a fight as follows: "He'd a stick, and he'd a stick, and lie w'acked he, and he w'acked he, and if he'tTa w'acked he as hard as he w'acked lit', he'd a killed he and not he he." However, the Chinese are no more faulty in the use of English than the Japanese. The purser of the steam boat from the north into Hong Kong, desiring ...

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. — 6 February 1903

'-"MV -&, 'V shXttered dignity. ... f ' An UltkFrm Cliiirrli TIBt Itnd It Klnvur uf Comic Opera. The- crude l.umor (lint makes tlu1 fltnnll boy mint to lluow n Mono nt n silk lint pn a tniiii bristling with dig nity 18 UOt tO Uc lliKpDMlUl Of 1IH II IIH'I'O 111 ronrefVoil prank of .vontli. TIipio Is dopp la most people spring of Kit suhmiablc lititnc r Unit 1mjis Kleofnlly T.'lii'ii eoiisclotiM dignity wis n fair ttuu 'ble That Is wli", for till the nolonuilty of the plnee, the Hohcrost rhnrlty mill the lust tired propriety in the world could not prevent it titter at n little ifnno that happened ont-e In a church iu llroi'klyn. .V Keiitlemnn and his wife, who were offended at Roniothlns the preacher said, gravely roue and ntnlkcd toward the door, with their heads held high In assertive disdain. The wife followed the husband. Unfortunately when they were half way down the aisle the husband drop ped lilt glove and stooped to pick It up. Kate, the humorist. Slotcrinliicd that the w...

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. — 6 February 1903

wwplwlw,IWWM,WWMIil,ww,M,M,,,tM,MIW1 f .7 ' i J ? ' j I : W. M. FOSKET, i jftM J YK ! . -- i JWrfVruAsrwWA(N The News at Hemingford. KEITH L, PIEnCE.. Reporter. tlCollh L l'lereo Is (ully authorized to m HcIWibscrlptlons and Job work mid colloot and receipt for sump, timl tntnsai't nil otlior businoHS In connection with Ills position us mi accredited representing o of tills p.ixr. A. D. MilleU returned from Droning Saturday. J. C. Wood and Ci. W. Hatch were in from the river Saturday. Dert Hopkins sold several horses to a horse buyer from Alliance last week. Win. Holliurake has been hauling a quantity of barley to the mill recently. Mrs. Curtis, Mrs. Uandall and Otis llass were in town Friday and Satur day. James A. Hunter returned from Omaha Friday where he disposed of his sheep. C. J. Wildy went to Angora Tuesday from which he went to his Malinda ranch. Z. Partridge, who lives near Esther, was a business visitor to Hemingford Friday. Mrs. Rouier expects to move in the 6pring onto ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 February 1903

CANTOR U. II. Clayton made a thrco days' Visit In Alliance this week. Louis K. Hood camo In from the west &his week and says ha will drop Into winter quarters now. Otis Bass and his sister. Mm. W. A. Randall, in company with Mrs. Curtis made a business trip to llemingford Friday. , Jrotlnd-hog day, (the 2nd Inst,) was observed liere and many predict an early spring, ns Mr. hog couldn't sec his photo. An evangelist in person of Mr. J. II. Clay of Norfolk comes from Carpenter to this place and is holding church hcrvice this week. The whooping cough is still raging In this vicinity Misses Myrtle and Edith llroslmr nru wrestling with tho above disease, and Miss Edith has been very sick this week. The little singing social which was held at J. V. ltroshar's Sunday oven ing by tho singing class of Canton was well nttcmlcd and some good music, both vocal and instrumental, was tho result. A few of our citizens met Monday and did some work on the church in the way of remodeling the found...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 February 1903

w y Databr THIRTY CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON OP OHIO. PVNWW'WVWVNrfW.wW Hon. David Meekison is well known not only in his own State, but throughout America. He began bis political career by serving four consecutive terms as Mayor ol the town in which ho lives, during which time he became widely known as the founder of the Meekison Dank of Napoleon, Ohio. He was elected to the Fifty-fifth Congress by a very large majority, and is the acknowledged leader of his party in his section of the State. Only one flaw marred the otherwise complete success of this rising statesman. Ca tarrh with its insidious approach and tenacious grasp was his only unconquered foe. Foi thirty years he waged unsuccessful warfare against this personal enemy. At last Peruns came to the rescue, and he dictated the following letter to Dr. Hartraan as the result ' have used several bottles of thereby from my catarrh of the head. I feel encouraged to believe that If I use It a short time-longer I will be fully able to era...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 February 1903

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. I THE COAL FAMINE In New York Oity 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 bi 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 ORIGINATE 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 other line...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 February 1903

3W57" Cs o The Alliance Herald. fr OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY & V AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC . PAPER IN THE COUNTY. :-?::-s.h.:s.::$.:: v the Herald has the 4 larqebt oiroulation v of any allianoe paper 4 J PHINTB ALL THE NEWS. ; & OLUME X. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13,1903, ""f 5T NUMBER 8 Vk i ? t i i ii i y r POTATOES Those who have good, smooth sorted stock, can bring them in any warm day and get your money Highest Prices Paid Pi ices are as high as they will he in onr opinion and considcting the quantity being btorcd for spring use, when prices drop they will go way down. Call and see us if yon have any nice stock for sale. Hiing a load in the first wann dav. Alliance Grocery Co. 1 hose neckties are dandies, at Norton's Com mencc the New Year riht. Buy your Groc eries of Lee Acheson where you can al waj s get the best goods for the least money. All orders receive prompt and careful attention. . . 'Phone No. 4. Try this office for job ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 February 1903

"'irWjUINWWjIsawfMsswiu Jsft'n.sw & t-xn" nn m BOWEN REJECTED ALLIES ASK ROOSEVELT TO ScT TLE MATTERS. W HOT KNOWN THAT I E WILL ACT There Will Bo No Further Negotiation with Ca&tro's American Representa tive The Action of Great Britain and Germany. WASHINGTON. Irritated by Mr. JJowcn'fl note refusing tliolr proposal for preferential payments, the allied powers have. Instructed their repro nontnUvos to resubmit the question to President Roosevelt for settlement. In ttio evont of his refusal to act, this mid possibly the ontlroly VpncKitelaii question is to bo to Tho Hague. These InstructloiiB flnnlly break off nil ne gotiations with Mr. Uowcn. At 10 o'elock Friday there M11 bo a conference of the representatives of the allies at tho British legation at which Sir Mlchnol Herbert will pre side In tho meantlmo he expects to have an Interview with the secretary of Btatc, whom ho will sound us to tho probability of tho president's ac ceptance of the allies request. If it Is found...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 February 1903

D- t i " J?,' That Cry"0h, My Back!" The little missionary, Doan's Kidney Pills, "free trial," carries case, rest, comfort. Most people need kidney help; they who choose Doan's get It help that lasts. DnmiFTCU), Ind." "When I sent for tho trial box of Doan's Kidney Pills I hiul been nfllictcd for two months with pain iu my back so bad that I could not get from tho houso to tho bam. It was called rheumatism. 1 could get no relief from tho doctors. I began to improve on taking tho Bntnplo and got two boxes nt our druggist's, nnd, although 08 years of ago, I am almost a uew man. I was troubled n good deal with my water had to get up tour and fivo times a night. That trouble Is over with and once more I can rest the night through. My backache is all gone, and I thank you ever so much for tho wonderful medicine, Doan's Kidney Pills." Jno. II. Hunr.li, President Rldgeville, Indiana, Stato Bank. Bei.diso, Mich., Jan. 14, 1903. "I re ceived trial box of Doan's Kidney Pills. Thi-y did mo lot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 February 1903

T-VH t"4. JARVIS 1877 BRANDY SOLD IN ALL BEST PLACES. RENO. Mrs. J. C Hurry wan quite sick last week but Is better now. J. 0. Vllsdn..l.C. Horry and (laugh ter Nellie made a trip to Alliance Sat urday. It. V. Swltrei came down frdm the Herry ranch Saturday and stayed over Sunday. ' . Cecil Wilson vns taV en very sick with mumps 1'ncsdny ovonlng. He thinks they arc no play. (Julie h number of the young people expect to attend the valflntlno social at Lakeside Friday night. V. G. Wilson is making some im provements by building a now porch and pantry in uotmoction with his now house. Several families gathered at the W. F. McCabe's residence Wednesday even ing and wore very pleasantly enter tained. J. C. Horry has just received another car of. Canon City coal and it did not come any too soon as most all the peo ple were about out of fuel. (icorge lledgceock has survived from the mumps and returned from Hem iiigford and Is visiting friends In Heno before going to work again. Still It con...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 February 1903

h i II rh li s AROUND THE WORLD. Hmhi1ttl (rom Inst week. Manila, P. I., Dec. 20, IQ02. I have learned that it is impossible for a person to write exhaustively con- The better class, so far ns I have learned, are perfectly delighted with the Ameri can policy while the lower class, who give the army so much trouble, ato bit terly opposed to the new fancied no cerning a people without associating with tions of our energetic nation of the tied- that people for a considerable length of time. However some things are plainer than the nose on a man's face, and with these I will pitch my tent. I am uninstructed as to what to write on the Philippine question, and therefore have no axe to KtincJ, not being a politician. An espisode connected with my appear ancs in Manila teaches me that the American people have been deceived by certain newspaper correspondents who have sold out the truth for gold. Before my arrival it was known that I represented an American newspaper and on the strength of s...

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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. — 13 February 1903

9. THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. ij BRIEF TELEGRAMS. $ Levi Ankony, Bcnator-olcct from "Washington to succeed Gcorgo Turner, la a mllllonalro banker and farmer. Tho half-yearly report of tho Ile publlc Iron and Steel company shows not profits of J1,384,12G, a gain of .5451,000 . Oeneral Funston has fully recovered his hcaltli and expects that cro long ho will bo assigned to duty in the Philippines again. Mrs. Margaret Allen, tho oldest wo man in tho Btato of Washington, died at tho homo of her daughter in Ta coma, Wash., aged 104. Tho Reading Railway company, dur ing tho month, of January, hauled down its main lino to tidewater nearly 1,100,000 tons of anthracite coal. Charlcmagno Tower, the now Amer ican ambassador to Germany, haa rented a princely mansion on tho Ko nlgsplatz, close to tho rcichstag, in Berlin. Several thousand dyers at Darcelona havo struck in sympathy with tho Reus strikers. Their action will com pel 40,000 spinners and weavers...

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. — 13 February 1903

t 4. I MRS. HAROLD STAGG. 1 Copyright, 1880 and 1831 :!4M99aaft-aaMflfl5!g4Ml943i50WMf CHAPTER J'.VII. Emma, who hnd embraced her In her turn, was acknowledging to her self tho fact that she had filled out amazingly In the two years since they hnd met, and that she was certainly xi very fine-looking woman. She fol lowed her nlonn ilntcn n rnrrldnr AL which led to what Eleanor styled tho visitors' room, a pleasant apartment in which a cheerful fire was burning. Hero they were received by the senior professor of tho college.an elderly lady, whose white hair was twisted at cither temple Into a trio of fat ring Jots, and who was still Mls3 Johnson. There was something, however, so gracious and affable In her .bearing, she was so simple and free from af fectation, that Emma, who nt sight of her had put on a toplofty man ner, let herself down inch by Inch until sho lost herself In genuine Bur prised admiration of her hostess' tact and gentility. As for Harold, he and Miss Johnson hit off ...

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. — 13 February 1903

" ' " n K The News at Hemingford. 5 JJil """ Kt'TH L. PIERCE. nPORTIN. j I Keith I. ficrco In fully authorized to m HcltKUliscrlptlonn imd Jrtfi work anil collect and receipt for snmo, mid t run snot nil oilier business In connection with hit position nt nn fcccrctlllcd representative of this pnncr.1 Mrs. Walker Is ill with tliu quinsy. Emtnett Johnosn was in tlcmlngfont Monday. Fred Neoland wu.s in Ilemlngford Monday. ' T. .T. 6'Kecfo sojourned in Homing ford Monday. Henry Shlmek was a Hcmtngford visitor Monday. llort llcdgecock came in from Hun ter's ranch Tuesday. John Iviusclla is employed by C. .1. Wildy to work In town. Mrs. Wm. Frlcl his beou quite ill for the past couple of weeks. C. .1. Wildy faced a "nor'wester" from the ranch Friday last. Frank ltabooek is tho proud father ofja girl born Saturday last. Ross Enycart has been sick with ty phoid fever for several days. T. L. Hopkins, sr., sustained a se vere Injury to a leg by slipping on tho Ice. Rout. Kettleman nnd son wer...

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. — 20 February 1903

The Alliance Herald. f : f OFFICIAL PUDLIOATION ! OF DOX DUTTE COUNTY t AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER IN THE COUNTY. fr the Herald has the LARGEST CIRCULATION ! V OF ANY ALLIANOE PAPER 4 S PRINT8 ALL THE NEWS. ! -k::sh-s-h.! s-s-s VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1903, NUMBER 9 h i t fe ,. A ty ii IT I. V ? 4 FREE $400 Piano to be given away with groceries to the organization or per son having most votes "on Jul' 3, '03. one vote with each 25c purchase. Velvet Klour 1 10 Jo lbs Prunes 100 2 cans Host Tomatoes 25c Kuney Kvnpornted Apples N'-aO lb 1 pound Japan Tun... .'15c aflx'nn Ponchos ISc Ulbciiu ('ill. Plums luc Kri"h V.ksh per do. iOc Ituttcriivr Hi iV Pens -Burly June loo Salmon, Ooxl Can lOo More bargains by calling and see ing ns before buying we want your trade. Raymond & Quivey Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house. Those neckties are dandies, at Norton's For Sale Two small ranches, L. A. Berry. For storm windows and doors see Forest Lumber Co...

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. — 20 February 1903

THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Kecfe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. t BRIEF TELEGRAMS. .H"H4H'K'M"M'M- James Glatshcr, tho mctcrologtst and aeronaut, Ib dead. Tho Austrian and Russian embas sies will present to tho portc tho plan of tho proposed reforms In Macedonia. Tho scnato commlttco on Judiciary decided to hold special meetings for tho consideration of tho trust ques tion. Tho report of tho scnato commlttco nt Havana in favor of tho ratification of Uio reciprocity treaty has been or dered to bo printed. Tho Montana house killed tho wo man suffrago bill by a volo of 41 to 24. This effectually disposes of tho mcasuro at this session. It Ib persistently asserted that Aus tria is preparing a partial mobilization cf her military forces in view of pob eiblo events in tho Balkans. Samuel W. Glenn, tho veteran nctor, died at Baltimore, aged 75. In his early days Mr. Glonn was famous as an actor of German characters. Tho French government had not re ceived any. information regarding tho t...

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. — 20 February 1903

& i i I MRS. HAROLD STAGG. 1 Copyright, 1890 and IBM b7 'a915''3ai-5'B-3-3-9-3''3Sva-9.a,a-9-a3'a-33-3a.fli3fl( CHAPTER XIX. Twenty-four hours later Emma and lier husband were In the train on the -way to Chicago. Harold, though still by no means enlightened to his own satisfaction as to tho exact meaning of the dialogue which had taken place 1n his niece's parlor, was, neverthe less, very well pleased at her deter mination to accept tho presidency. .Nevertheless, ho had not been able to explain to himself how ho or Emma had been of assistance to Eleanor In making up her mind or why It had been necessary for them to visit her. There was, obviously, some mystery which Emma appeared to understand, the solution of which was for some reason withheld from him. Moreover, his wife, contrary to expectation, had iseemcd eager to avoid further discus sion of tho matter when they were alone together; so much so that she had neglected to call his attention to the fact that sho had prophesied...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 February 1903

BOX BUTTE. The Bnow Is onco more very deep and stockmen arc having to feed their stock which, in this section, nre looking due. In spite of had weather seventeen of Hnrry Loouiis' Irletuls gathered nt his mother's homo, February 2, nnd gave him a pleasant surprise. Kecause of had roads only a, few of the members of the Ladles' Aid wore able to meet at Mrs. Vermillion's, but all report a pleasant ttmu. The next meeting will be at Mrs. .1. McLalu'B. Quito a large number of Mr. and Mrs. Mtiuion's old neighbors gathered at their home last Friday evening to Sur prise them. The evening was spunt in ilaying games and all had suoli a good time they nearly forgot to go home. cSntor Otis Ilass was in llemlngford Monday after a load of coal. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Louis llarta, twin babies, both girls, but only one living. To head the list, ye scribe is haidly able to look after the business of his olllco which keeps us very busy this bail weather. Mrs. J. V. Hrosliur wus confined to her room t...

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. — 20 February 1903

h vyrv AROUND THE WORLD. Concluded from last wrok. Manila, P. I., Dec. 20, too: Recently the palatini steamship "Ko rea," probably the best, fastest and finest on the Pacilic, was nearly ground ed in the Inland sua of Japan by a mis understood order. Likewise dangerous attitudes result from mistakes in the administration of the home government and the Philippines partly on account of the remoteness of the wards from the mother power, and partly because congress and the Taft commission are compelled to act in" every instance without precedent, forcing their every step into the realm of experiment, re quiring them to act with more than ordinary human foresight if an error less administration is secured. Since history has proven that men and gov ernments arc not infallible, faults must be expected, and no one is so foolish as to claim that no mistakes have crept into the Philippine project. Governor Taft is accused of having come to Ma nila with only eleven hundred pounds of baggage an...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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