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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 20 February 1903

SIGN PROTOGOLS A8 TO METHOD OF VENEZUELAN SETTLEMENT. DEMAND FOR CASH. BLOCKADE IS TO BE RAISED Representatives of Powers and Um pire Named by Roosevelt Settle All but Preferential Treatment What the Protocols Provide. WASHINGTON Mr. Bowon Friday signed with oacli the three protocols providing for the Immediate raising of the Venezuelan blockade and for tno reforenco of tho question of pref erential treatment to Tho Haguo ar bitration tribunal. At 11:30 Herbert Dorlng, first sec retary of tho British embassy, an nounced that the British protocol had Just been signed and that tho signa tures of tho Italian and Gorman pro tocols would follow in tho order named. Tho British prolocol waB in English, tho Italian In Italian, and tho Ger man in German nnd English. Mr. Bowcn signed in duplicate for Venozuola, Sir Michael Herbert for Great Britain, SIgnor Mayor Dos Planches for Italy nnd Baron Von Sternberg for Gormnny. Immediately after tho signing of tho last protocol cables were dispatche...

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. — 20 February 1903

V tit ; f- a h. rt f ) A VENERABLE PASTOR CURED BY PE-RU-NA, rC-TU'Ilfl IS & Catarrhal ToniC I Especially Adapted tO the DC" dining Powers of Old Age. The Oldest Man in America Attribute8 His Long Life and Good Health to Pe-ru-nn. Mr. Isaac Brock, of McLennan county. Texas, has attained the great age of 11- years. He is an ardent friend of Peruna and speaks of it in the following terms. Mr. Brock says : "After a man has lived in the world as long as I have he ought to have found out a great many things by experience. I think I have done so. "One of the things I have found out to my entire satisfaction is tho proper remedy for ailments due di rectly to the effects of the climate. "For 114 years I have withstood tho changeable climate of "I RELY UPON PE-RU'NA FOR ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES." tho United States During my long lifo I have known a great many remedies lor coughs, colds, catarrh and diarrhoea. I had always supposed these affections to bo oittcrent diseases. 1-or the last te...

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. — 20 February 1903

ft.j 't"""""3"1 - ! fc VV W Hw( - -ffWi!. i .4 I V'lV'vs 5 fi n 77ze News at Henfingford. .Keith L. Plcnos, Rironrcn. I Keith li. IMorce Is fully utitliorlcrri to ho-llcUMibM.-rlptloiiinnu Job work nnd iiillcct : nnd rcooliit for uinio,nnil tnmsiict nil otliw ; buslncrt In connection with IiIh position in mi accredited rvprcNenlatlvo of thW pnper. J Mrs. Friel Is Improving. J. C. Wool vvns down from Marsland Monday. Wolf Kreimuth was n Hetnhiffford visitor Monday. Ora Dlulrtnson nnd wife departed for Montana Tuesday. Will Kinsley U. employed on tlio 101 r.inch near Pulhnau. .1. V. llauingardncr visited the Hem Injjford schools Wednesday and Thurs day. II. II. Pierce put In a hand separator for Robert Anderson and Henry Van Harden last week. It. F. Jones of llozeman, Mont., vis ited a couple of days In this neighbor hood the (Irst of tho week. The- mercury has been registering be low zero for several days, reaching 20 below Saturday morning. Ilring your butter and eggs and hides of a...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 February 1903

63 The Alliance Herald. .s OFFICIAL PUBLICATION A J OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY V AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC A w PAPER IN THE COUNTY. A A the Herald has the A J LARQE8T CIRCULATION A Y OF ANY ALLIANCE PAPER A ' PRINTS ALL THE NEWS. A A A VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1903, NUMBER 10 i h t Y E $400 v. lano to be given away with groceries to the organization or per son having most votes on July 3, '03. one vote with each 25c purchase. F R Velvet Flour 8 1 10 25 lbs Prunes 100 Scansllcst Tomatoes 2je. Fancy Kvuporuteil Apples S'i lb 1 pound Japan Tea 35c 31bCAn Peaches ISc albciui Cal. I'luins. ........ HV Knsh Kicks tier (loz 20c Mutter peril) 25c I'e.is Early June 10c Salmon, dooU ("nil 10c More bargains by calling and see ing us before buying we want your trade. Raymond & Quivey pr. Allen, dentist, opera house. Those neckties are dandies, at Norton's For Sai,k Two small ranches, L. A. Bkrhv. The suspense is over, it's here. Lock woon's. For storm windows ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 February 1903

THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. 0'Kefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRA8KA. I BRIEf 1HGMMS. I BnndltB who held up a Burlington train In Montana got but $7,50. Lieutenant Peary says ho hopes to mako another effort to reach the north pole. Colonel Richard L. Walker, known to every politician In Kansas as "Dick" Wnlkcr, died in Topeka. Arnold Green, LL.D., ono of tho most prominent lawyers in tho stnto and widely known as a scholar, 1b dead at Providence, R. I. Tho president will appoint James It. Garfield to tho position of commission cr of corporations undor tho new de partment of commcrco act Ex-Stato Senator C. II. Smith of Jackson, Mich., has wlrod to Wash ington his acceptance of tho office of ttrosccutlng attorney nt Manila. The Standard Oil company has de clared a dividend of $20 per share, nayablo March 26. This is $10 more than tho last dividend declared. At Atchison, Kan., a verdict for $10, 000 has been rendered In tho district court In tho breach of promise case or MIsb OUvo Sells ag...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 February 1903

3 .A ., i A I THE SENATE WORK 6TATEHOOD DEBATE HOLDS BUSINESS BACK. MANY BILLS ARE HELD UP Ten Cash Measures Still to Deal WithOnly Eight Days are Left In Which to Make Appropriations Long Sittings Seem Certain From Now to Close. WASHINGTON. The course or proceedings In tho senalo during the present week will depend largely tipon tho statehood bill. If there Is no agreement the hill will continue to cut a' figure in tho proceedings whether It bo under consideration or not, just as It has done for tho .greater part of the session. If tho caual treaty is proceeded with tho statehood bill It will do much to shape Its course; If the treaty is put aside and tho appropriation bills taken up, the statehood question will present itself in the shape of riders on those bills. According to tho present program, the posto nice appropriation bill will be the first of the supply measures to be considered. It Is indeed tho only ono of those bills not yet passed, which has been reported from committ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 February 1903

. R-wWNRiMW MmmMMMm ws, . . wv!MMf,9ttMMtlk1 li ' !' t MARSLAND. Cal HolllbnURh was a CravVford visit or on Saturday. Jim littrkof North Tabic vns trading1 in town Monday. The leu business lias closed all the contracts being filled. , I'. h. Wilson transacted business in llcmingford Wednesday. Mrs. Wirt was in Crawford on Sat urday linvlng dental work done. Dr. Ueni7.er of southwest Iowa is here for a visit with his son Lloyd. Mrs. C. II. ltlchey has hem buttering greatly with a carbuncle on her back. Mrs. Sheets of Highland Centre is spending the week with Mrs. Jorale moil. Miss Attic Snow came down from South Tablo on Friday remaining till Monday. Mr. and Mrs. N. 0. Poole arc moving back to the ranch four miles northeast of town. Uruce & Uolllbnugh received a car of corn from the eastern part of the statu on Monday. ,1. O. licnuett ami wife went out to the ranch on Saturday returning to town on Sunday. .1. C. licnuett received a thousand pounds of feed on Saturday from the ll'...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 February 1903

i iv a T ARONUD THE WORLD. Manila, P. I., Dec. 23, 1902. Alliance and the state of Nebraska might to bc'proud of their distinguished representative in the Philippines, Cant. L. A. Dorrington, son of Hon. F. M. Dorrington of United States land office. He was commissioned first lieutenant of the Second Nebraska and stationed at Chickamauga. He was soon called to Omaha where lie served ns judge -advocate one year, and was then as signed to Company A of the Thirty fourth infantry and transferred to the Philippines. Within six hours after his arrival he was in an engagement with the insurgent army. Being placed in charge of the scouts, his metal as a commander of men under fire won for him his promotion to the captaincy. Having survived the vicissitudes of thirty-seven engagements and skir mishes in which he was shot twice, and having acquitted himself without spot at several important military posts, he was appointed to the very responsi ble position of superintendent of build ings and ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 February 1903

Spread of the Drug Habit. With tlio facie brought to light by tho ulnte bonrd of pharmacy, which ban secured Indictments against cor tain druggists nllogod to havo sold co calno Illegally, the need of energetic, concerted acilon to suppress tho dure habit becomes apparent. Tho most dangerous feature of I he nbuso of drugs Is that once established In a community It becomes almost Ineradi cable A few of the victims aro cured, but tho olliora do not oscapo Its clutches until they dlo, and meanwhile tho vlco Ib steadily securing new re cruits. There is reason to fear that wero It lott unchecked the Indulgence In cocaine, opium, chloral and slmtlar drugs might become as great a menace ns drunkenness. In Us effort to stamp out the habit by preventing tho sale of these drugs, thn board of pharmacy should have active support not only from boards of health and states attorneys, but from the druggists themselves, both indi vidually and through their associa tions, It would be n wise nnd timel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 February 1903

' ! S THE LIVE STOCK MARKET. PROVE DOAN'S FREE HELP. Those who doubt, who think because other Kidney Rcmcdlcn do them no good, who feel discouraged, they profit most by tho l-Veo Trial of Doan's Kidney Pills. The wondrous results stamp Doan merit. Latest Quotation from South Omaha and Kansas City. V far "t I' i L Peruna is recommended by fifty members of Congress, by Governors, Consuls, Generals, Majors, Captains, Admirals, Eminent, Physicians, Clergymen, many Hospitals and public institu iions, and thousands upon thousands of those in the humbler walks of life. KOt'TII OMAHA. (ATTl.K--There whs n fnlr run of ent ile liere, mid tho tnmket in a Whole wim lit ry eRtlsfnrtory condition, l'nckors reenir-il to bo ntltn nnxUiim for supplies, sn that ii fiilrly curly elournnre. whb iiihiIc Tlie hoof, steer innrkct, tlioitKli. ws' not quite n brink ttn It was tho tlity before on the Rood cattle The hoavy waUhts In particular 1U1 not cell very well, anil on tlmt class salesmen were chIIIiik ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 27 February 1903

i t(V, ..wT i XM ' KulTM Lt Plunou, nioiuin. 77e Vews at Homing ford. W'W'W! Mil II I ik llhlllMIN Mill iKrim I, Piim is full unUiiiilrHu.)Hr worn tyiu. t (or wimi. hiiii imiiibwi iiuw 111 ninlilifHIil I mi l. IK "ITT" w- " ' . 1 i . .' . S 11,1 '. -, . . .,i- HmIHlllHlfHlWIIIUlir!ll IIIIR IUH'r. II d tmilw Mill rtMU'liit (or Wilt n I III (ii mill miuwi H uii outer rfiWtiii k iinimr.l (1)1 It MM WiiHoi' Kmittfoiil wimlli ItiWil Wmlnw Ms. Ucrtii Intuit mm vtfw npint Ninnliiy in uiwn, riiirUirdlNtltfliRiip .- AIIIuhw M.iiuliiy. r. Phillips fctnywl In Inwn Tiuw tin uliflit .fnuim Mniu" wn In from limlni WeilnusUny. i lllHll HHIlttltHt was ) fijuu AM illiuu Htllliltiy. .InlHirnhwmirtiliiHiinniMWMMty wiiii In town HiiUmluj'. Cllllt ItVIMIhllt l.tiwii iimiituniwHHlu llomliiBfiinlHutnrilny. I' II I'Mluli vlslunt Willi lilmer llow liuul n fv ilwyH incuntlj'. P.I,. Wilson of Murhluiiil roJoiiiiwiI in ww vlllmitt i frtw limns Mominy. rlmility llitrlmv Iihh Iwil h Muni Muhm o( Uu'umnUHirtlml I...

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 March 1903

I C wfi-Corff '4 The Alliance Herald. T - 5" OFFICIAL PUOLICATION ! OF BOX BUTTE OOUNTY ft V AND ONLY DEMOCRATIO ?. ' PAPER IN THE COUNTY. i Y .'. J THE HERALD HAS THE ?. LARGEST CIRCULATION ' I' OF ANY ALLIANCE PAPER i PRINTS ALL THE NEWS. 5? VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: FRIDAY, MARCH 6,1903, NUMBER 11 V II fc i 1 -t i ;- L 1 'FREE $400 Piano to be given aivaj witli groceries to the organization or per son having; most votes on July 3, '03.--rone vote with each 25c .purchase. Velvet Flour 2J lbs Prunes 8 cans ltpt Tomatoes...... l-'iincjr Evaporated Apple-. 1 pound .lupin Ton 3 III can l'eiu'lics :i Ui cut) Cul. I'liuns I-'rosli Hints per do Mutter pcrlli Pons- Knrly June Salmon, Good Chii $ 1 10 I (X) 2.V se lb Xi IOC SOU 3fte 100 More bargains by calling and see ing us before buying we want your trade. Raymond & Quivey Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house. Those neckties are dandies, at Norton's See 1'. E. Reddish for loans on real es tate. . For Sale Two small ...

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. — 6 March 1903

M hi IH 8TRIKE8 YOU ANY TIME. Novor know when or whore backacho pnltiB will Btrlko you. Tho kidnoys will go wrong, nnd when thoy do tho flrat warning Is genoral ly through tho back. Do not fall to holp tho kldnoys when thoy'ro nick. Neglect moans many serious Ills. TIb only a short Btep from common backacho to Rheu matic pains, Urinary dlsordors, Drop By, Diabetes, Brlght's Disease Doan's Kldnoy Pills euro all Ills of tho kidnoyB nnd bladder. Read this testimony: It tells of a euro that lasts. Mr. A. W, Lutz, carrlago wood work er, of 10D 17th avenue, Sterling, 111., nays: "After procuring Doan's Kldnoy Pills In tho month of November, 1897, I took n course of tho treatmont which cured mo of backache and other an noyances duo to ovor-oxclted or weak ened kldnoys. During tho three years which havo elapsed, I havo had no occasion to rotrnct ono word of my nlatcmcnt. I unhesitatingly and em phatically relndorso tho claims mado for Doan'B Kldnoy Pills. A FREE TRIAL of this great kid ney ...

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 March 1903

fc i vW . t. 7 HAPPY AND HEALTHY. A BEAUTIFUL CANADIAN GIRL SAVED FROM CATARRH OF THE LUNBS BY )jrun-WJW KEsfAlI. jMim IJorence K. Kenah, 434 Maria.strect, Ottawa, OnL, writes: 'A few months ago I caught -a severe cold, which settled on my lungs and remained there so persistently that I became alarmed. I took medicine without benefit, until my digestive organs became upset, and my head and back began to ache severely and frequently, -'I was advised to try Peruna, and although I had little faith I felt so sick that I was ready to try anything. It brought me blessed relief at once, and I felt that I had the right medicine at last. Within three weeks I was completely restored and have enjoyed perfect health since. " 1 now have the greatest faith In Peruna." F. E. KENAH. WOMEN should beware of contract ing catarrh. The cold wind and rain, slush and mud of winter are especially conducive to catarrhal de rangements. Few women escape. Upon the first symptoms of catching cold, Peruna should...

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 March 1903

LAKESIDE. t The folka that aro slok tit Mr. Han cock's with the mumps nro all reported convalescent. Quite a Htorm the last of the week. February really hated to depart with out another taste of wlntor. Ezra Harris and wife ealne In and looked after the sick folks out at Mr. Hancock's over Tuesday night. Mrs. Allen, ulster of Mrs. 11. .1. Thompson, started -on the homeward trip to CVilur Rnplds, la., last Monday, .1. A Orovvther's cattle were btani peded utfiilii'by the wolves and ho finally found them about ten miles south. Miss Itirdle llurloiffh, who was re ported on the sick list hist week, Is slowly getting the bettor of her attack of the grip. Doctors Hoiviimn and Mellwood each have had several calls to Lakeside the past ten days on account of the pre vailing sickness. Young Piitmoru, who was vlsittng his father out at the ranch a few days, returned to his duties at Ilyannis the last of the week. Mrs. Hunsaker returned from n visit to her folks this side of Alliance the Hrst o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 March 1903

I if. !&- t& y ''ri,v s AW ," 3 AROUND THE WORLD. (Continued from last neok.) The ladroncs arc a band of out laws who, having flourished for three hundred years, were regarded by the Filipinos as a necessary evil to be on durctl. Around some of their leaders, stories of the Robin Hood type clus tered, and to this day the average Fili pino is usually afraid to give informa tion against a well known ladronc, fear ing the wrath of the one informed against. Everyone knows of the name less cruelty that characterizes the la drone's dealings with any object of his hatred. Ladroncs have buried soldiers alive; have tortured them in a thousand ways, taking their life an inch at a time. Heing unable to contend with our soldiers, they are engaged in their old practice of looting by night and hiding-by day. Having gotten their loot into Manila, it is easily sold. We are now doing our best to keep them out of the city. The governors of all the provinces arc co-operating with the constabul...

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. — 6 March 1903

: a i THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Kecfe, Publloher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. A BRIEF TELEGRAMS. Tho daughter of W. P. Cody (Buffalo Dill) was married at North Platte, Nch., on tho 24th. Flro in tho plant of tho J. I. Caso Plow company at Ilaclno, Wis., did damago to tho extent of J 100,000. A Joint resolution has been intro duced in tho Hawaiian territorial leg iBlaturo petitioning for statehood. Senator McCumhcr has Introduced! tho puro food bill, as a proposed amendment to tho agricultural appro priation bill. Paul Grlnstcad, editor of tho Times, was fatally stabbed by a drunken negro, named Frank Warnor, AVathena, Kas. Tho International Wireless Tele graph company, with a capital of ?7, 500,000, filed articles of Incorporation at Camden, N. J. Dr. W. D. Davis, ono of tho most prominent physicians in Alabama, .was accidentally killed by being run over by a passenger train. Tho president sent to tho sonato a publication of the statutes. After a veto of tho bill to plnco Francis S. lengt...

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

'.?M Kk-"o 5 j3 t ' i .1 H I ?" vf THE LION'S WHELP A Story of Cromwell's Timo BY AMELIA E. BARR. Author of "The- Dow of Oranfo Ribbon' "I. Thou and the Other Ont," "The Maid of Muldon Lane." Etc (Copyright. 1901, by Dodd. Mead & Company. All rlclils resetted.) CHAPTER II. "Those unlucky Stuarts! They will swallow up all England's chivalry. Oh, for one campaign with Queen Eli zabeth at its head! She would send old Oliver with his Commonwealth to tho bottoml.ess pit, and order him to tell the devil that Elizabeth Tudor sent him there." "What say you if, for once, wo part without Cromwell between our good wills and our good-nights? Father, I have seen to-dny a fan of ostrich feathers; 'tis with Qalus the packman, who will be hero in the morning. Al so, I want some housewifery stores, aud some embroidery silks, and bal lads, and a book of poems written by one Mr. John Milton, wh'o keeps a school in London." , "I know the man. We will have none of his poems." "But, father, I may hav...

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. — 6 March 1903

- imu ttmimmmmmitm I fwVVVrrV1' The News at Hemingford. KEITH L. PIERCE, RcORTin. IKclth I I'letvo U fully authorised to mi licit aulnerlptlom mid Job work iiml collect and receipt for mmo, ami tmnsnct nil otliur buMntm In connection with his position its mi accredited rtiiirusuninmeoi mis uiijwr.i Koss tjnycnrt is improving rapidly. C. J. Wlltly Is shipping1 potatoes this week. Chaster Uoss vvue In from Hox I Jut to Monday. Henry Von Httrgen wiir In town Tuesday, Itnrncy Halhur arrived from Hebron Thursday. Claude Urown has gone to Sheridan, Wyoming. Mrs. lillss Ims been very 111 for the pnstfmv days. Mrs. Harness and children returned from Minneapolis Monday. .Joe Wanelc and Louts Homrlghausen wcrcln from Lawn Monday. W. J. llrllton will movo onto the Oldag farm In a few days. P. 1J. Fitch went to Deadwood on business the tlrst of the week. William Holllnrolto and J.M. Sullivan were doing busliiess hero Monday. Mrs. Sherwood returned from her visit to Council UIhITh Wednesday. Mrs...

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. — 13 March 1903

: The Alliance Herald. OFTICIAL PUBLICATION A f OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY ; the Herald has the largest circulation v of any allianoe paper 2 Mni&ivn A I I win- Aiit.n nnu unur democratic PAPER IN THE OOUNTY. i, r-mn i o m-t inu nbnui iii&:$&yi?'i$.i. VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: FRIDAY, MARCH 13,1903, NUMBER 12 i NN tf FREE $400 Piano to be given away with groceries to the organization or per son having most votes on July 3, 'os. one vote with each 25c purchase. Velvet Vlour-Uest lit town 1 10 bortea unions , 75c lmshel 2a l os J tu lies acansllest Tomatoes Fancy Kriioriitol Apples 1 nound .liipun Tea nil) can Peaches :ilb(un t'ul. I'lums Fresh Ebs per do. Mutter ner lb I'eas Early .Itine Salmon, Good Can I (0 25i". H; lb l.-c wo 20C 2ftC too 10c More bargains by calling and see ing us before buying we want your trade. Raymond & Quivey Dr. Alien, dentist, opera house. Those neckties are dandies, at Norton's. See F. E. Reddish for loans on real es tate. F...

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