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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 September 1903

LINCOLN N12I1 Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of the City and County. Largest Circu lation of any Al liance Paper. VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTJE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, SEPT, 4, 1903. NUMBER 37 1 HE m & 4 BIfr m .&. Mf ;.'; my-.. tv RANCH n EN AND H A Y E R ' S GROCERIES at the lowest price. See us before you buy. Water Melons on Tap. Alliance Grocery Co. .j rR. KREAM1CK, In Alliance 16-30 o every month. Oflice over The Famous . . . . 'Phone 391. 0 leeeeae A. Henline recently returned from South Omaha, where he delivered a car of live stock. Mrs. E. P. Sweeney and son Fred re turned Tuesday from an extended visit with relatives in Illinois Mrs. O. M. Gilbert, after two weeks' visit at.St. Joe, Mo., returned home Thurs day and Oscar is himself again. Mrs, R. M. Hampton and Josephine are back from Hot Springs where they enjoy ed a pleasant summer outing. John R. Webster, who is interested in the Colvin ranch affair, in company with legal counsel from Omaha, was in the...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 September 1903

LINCOLN N13B The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of the City and County. Largest Circu lation of any Al liance Paper, VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, SEPT, 4, 1903, NUMBER 37 fo t. A pov '1 w ' i fft. m- V .' i & RANCH HEN AND H A Y E R ' S GROCERIES at the lowest price. See us before you buy. Water Melons on Tap. Alliance Grocery Co. Xrt. KRICAMICK, In Alliance 16-30 of every month. Office over The Famous . . . . 'Phone 391. eceaes A. Henline recently returned from South Omaha, where he delivered a car of live stock. Mrs. E. P. Sweeney and son Fred re turned Tuesday from an extended visit with relatives in Illinois. Mrs. O. M. Gilbert, after two weeks' visit at .St. Joe, Mo., returned home Thurs day and Oscar is himself again. Mrs. R. M. Hampton and Josephine are back from Hot Springs where they enjoy ed a pleasant summer outing. John R. Webster, who is interested in the Colvin ranch affair, in company with legal counsel from Omaha, was in the cit...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 September 1903

OUR SHIPS MOVE VE88EL8 UMDER WAY FOR TURK I8H WATERS. NOTHING LATE FROM BEYROOT Reports Mot Confirmed Are That Min ister Leishman Has Requested the United States to Recall the Euro pean 8quadron from Turkish Waters. WASHINGTON. Other than tho advices from Admiral Cotton announc ing hla departure with tho crulsors Brooklyn and San Francisco for Bey root, 'thoro woro no dovelopmontB In tho Turkish nltuatlon bo far as Wash ington la concerned. No additional In formation camo from United States Minister Lolshman, Socrctary Hay saying ho had not hoard from our min ister to Turkey Saturday. Tho ordors to Admiral Cotton to proceod to Boyroot will not bo can celed, it Is authoritatively stated, un less tho president so directs. Such an order nt this tlmo, however, ap parently would not avail anything, as tho admiral Is now on his way to Turkoy. Tho Associated Press Intorvlow with Choklt) Boy, tho Turkish minister, at bis summer homo nt Sayvlllo, L. I., was a topic of almost general dis cuss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 September 1903

V M f M w ' v: - & V B' ' v - x- "iii if - j ifr T" i''-. ', , JfA ' Vtw CATARRH DESTROYS THE KIDNEYS Was Miserable Could Not Stand Up or Walk Pe-ru-.na Cured. Many Persons Have Catarrh and Don't Know it. Mr. Tames M. Powell, 633 Troost street, Kansas City, Mo., Vlco Grand of I. O. O. F., of Cherryville, Kans., writes "About four years ago J suffered with a severe ca tarrh of the bladder, which caused continued Irritation and pain. I was miserable and could not stand up or walk for any length of tlmo without extreme weariness and pain. I be gan taking Peruna and It greatly relieved me, and In eleven weeks' I was com pletely cured and felt like a new man." James M. Powell. Hundreds ot Dollars Spent In Vain. Mr. Cyras Horshman. Sheridan,' Intl., writes: "Two years ago I was a Etck man. Catarrh had set tled In tho pelvic organs, making life a burden and eiving mo little hope of re ywwsvw?v covery. I spent hundreds of dollars in medicinq which did mo no good. I was persuaded by a fr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 September 1903

VX'SU tti.n.xj.w 1 iki-ij m '' i ff ' - r--.i-E" "" -"--- f t AROUND THE WORLD Herald Representative Penetrates Most Ancient Underground Ruins and Hakes Contribution to History. Cairo, Egypt, Feb. 21, 1903. Of unusual interest to every student of history is Memphis, one of the old est cities of the wot Id, e city that arose, flourished and fell before history was born to record hjr glory. Much has been learned concerning the ancient city of Memphis through its necropolis known as Sakkarah. Tho Egyptologist, Bey, says: "The history of Memphis is to a great extent tho history of Hcl iopolis. Already founded under the most ancient kings, flourishing under tho great pyratnidbuilditic fourth dynasty, neglected and abandoned under tho nth, 12th and 13th dyn asties, Memphis, like Egypt itself, arose to new life 'when the Jrfngs of the 18th dynasty succeeded in clearing the soil of Egypt of its invaders. Taken and retaken by tums, under Assyrian, Ethiopian, and Persian dynasties, Memphis st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 September 1903

"W - ' & I fc wmT $ c ; - ., "3 X K.' . s tf"i l ftbe Derate. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. By T. J. O'KEEFE. Entered at the postoffice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per single column inch per month 50 Business locals, per line first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, per line .05 Legal notices at statute rates. m ST The Herald is the Official Publica tjon of Box Butte county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. Subscription, Si. 50 per year in advance. FUSION TICKET. STATE For .IuiIk of tho Supreme Conrt, JOHN J. SULLIVAN. Fur Regents of the State University, W. O. JONES. k. o. WEnnr.it. JUDICIAL. For Judges of the 15th Judicial District. J. J. HARRINGTON. W. HtJWESTOVF.R. COONTT. For Clerk, S. M: 8MYSER. For Treasurer, OHAS. W. BRENNAN. For .Sheriff, IRA REED. For Judjie, D. K. SPAOHT. For Superintendent of Schools, J. TV. 11AUMGARDNER. For Assessor, A. S. REED. For S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 September 1903

wfciwrt3BfBwBBiCiB5Swi' SimmntumINrmML n-JH- ftta, -r-jrapiwtgtcr VJXVW.' 'tf.'HJ !& S3CS' SJ", WJUW Bl Xt THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Kcefo, Publlehei. ALLIANCE, EDRA8KA. BRIEF TELEGRAMS. I Tho collections of internal revenue for tho month of July, 1003, wero $22, 1G8,480, a docrcaso compared with Ouly, 1002, of $111,201. Tho University of Kansas haa bo curod Charles M. Hargor of Ablleno to deliver tho opening address at the beginning of tho fall term in Scptcm; her, Intimation 1b given tho stato de partment thnt tho constitution of Co lombia may bo changed td Bccuro tho ratification of tho Panama canal treaty. Hobort Stovenson, a pioneer whole Bala druggist of Chicago, .lb dead of Sicart disease Ho was sfricken sud denly whllo visiting -at tho homo of friends, It is bolioved that Secretary Hitch cocli, In view of tbodovdlopmonta in tho Indian 6candalo, will recommend tho immcdlato abolition of tho Dawes commission. tl Tho general staff has finally dccld . cd that tho Fourtoent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 September 1903

r '. f I. I 1 $w The Two Captains By wcLARK RUSSELL. Copyritbt 1877. by F. F. Collier. CHAPTER X. The Pleasure Crew Arc Transferred. Nothing log-worthy in a narratlvo ot incident and oxcltomont happened CrhlB day. Tho weather was moderato Xand the brie rolled with fnnmlnir cut water toward that spot of ocean "whero Captain Popo hoped to fall In -with tho Spanish ship from Cadiz, tho Madre do Dlos. At sunrise a seaman on tho foro ryard reportod a sail almost right ahead about a point on tho starboard bow. ' Crystal was working away with tho glass when Popo came on deck. "Anything good for us thero, d'yo think, Crystal?" says Pope, in a voice of sudden elation. "She's tho Madre," answered Crys tal. "I'll tell you her story, Pope. Tho crew from tho start knew that an )' English plrato was on her track, and they mutinied, butchered tho officers and made off with your fifteen thous and pounds." "Ha, ha, ha!" laughed Popo, again bringing his glass to bear upon tho -vossel ahead. Indeed Cr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 September 1903

Stock and Stockmen. Nebraska stock Grower Association. (Incorporated.) A. M. Modlsctt, prcxtdtni, ll,uidilllc R. M. Hampton, vlc-pret)ldcnt. Alliance! K. M. Bcarlc Jr., socrctnry-treuiiurer, Oj?u1nlli. Executive commlttco-K. I. Myer, Isimj It K. Klnciitd, Uliifthurai John Ilronrmn, Alllntice.t. U. VutiHosklrk, Alliance) K. K. Luwo, Ujnnlt John M. Adam, Potters K. M. Allen. Amos; II. LIkco, Ix1giple Evert Kldrcd, Orlando) K. O. Ilarrln, ('liudron; L. W. Hlckell, Kimball) Robert (Indium, Al llnftcct .lotiii ('otiway, Dunning) ' Uook, ArMojA. 9. Heed, Alliance. DO WD, t. .1. HE 3" I A 5 I t'i; RcwLBiK r1 WW- Alliance, Neb. 3 5 connected, nny placo on left side. Rungo on head of IMno Crook, Sheridan county. mosler tc tully, Jess, Neb (took branded ns shown on cut on either side. Alsoj-o on eith er Hide. Township 20; nnd range 43. jf .1 ff J O i - TlKr27Vte3t:I3'?y7? pxvJ6 lain ii in'i" lfn'ifmiiii HCUIWi RRO. Sclilll, Nob. Cattlo branded on rlgbt thigh or XV on right side. Town mIi I p ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 September 1903

stdto Historical Society uncoum i'" The Official Public cation of the City and County, Largest Circu lation of any Al liance Paper, VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, SEPT, 11, 1903, NUMBER 38 AtXlANCE HERALD rc a: v ii I fc.y . m I RANCHHEN AND H A Y E R ' S GROCERIES at the lowest price. See us before you buy. Water Melons on Tap. Alliance Grocery Co. ' J In Alliance 16-30 o every month. Office over The Famous S 'Phone 391. ece9ceaueeeee$ceae Rowan's Ravenna flour is strictly in the lead. R. Madsen spent Sunday and Monday with friends in Nonpareil precinct. E. C. McClure returned Wednesday from his purchasing trip east. The Business Men's club will give another of their pleasant balls in the opera house tonight. The Ladies' Union of the First Presby terian church will serve a chicken pie sup per Friday evening, Sept. iG, from 2:30 to 8 o'clock, in Bell's hall. Attention is directed to the new adver tisement of the Famous clothing store in this issue. That reli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 September 1903

Tho chicken looks llko a benevolent yo Upon the amateur gardnor. Ohlldron are won by candy, women by bonnots, men by schemes Ton neter bear any on complain about "Defiance Starch." There la none to equal It la quality and quan tity, 16 ounces, 10 cent. Try It now aad Bare your money. It la more blessed to give than to have to pay for your own gifts. Tho volco of a mob reachcB into tho m arrow. GREATLY REDUCED RATES Via WABASH RAILROAD. Home Visitors' Excursion to points In Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky, sold Sept. 1st, 8th, 15th and Oct. 6th, at very low rate, long limit returning. HALF FARE BalUmoro, Md., and return Bold Sept. 17lh, 18th and 10th. Llttlo Rock, Ark., and return sold Oct. 2nd, 3rd and 4th. Detroit, Mich., and return Bold Oct 14th, 15th. 16th and 17th. Homesookors' Excursion to many polntfl South and Southeast, one way aud round trip tlckota sold the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Tho Wabash Is the only line pass tng tho World's Fair Qrounds, giving all a viow o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 September 1903

lfr bf i r t GRATEFUL, HAPPY WOMEN J Mlaa Muriel Armltage. Female Weakness is Pelvic N Catarrh Always Half Sick are tho Woman' Whs Have Pelvic Catarrh. Catarrh of any oTgan, if allowed to pro gress, will affect the whole body. Catarrh without nervousness is very rare, bnt pelvic catarrh and nervousness go hand in hand. What is so distressing a sight as a poor half-sick, .nervous woman, suffering from tne many almost unbearable symptoms of pelvic catarrh ? Sho does not consider WC00STER IB Stew RIFLE (Sb PISTOL CARTRIDGES. " It's the shots that hit that count. ". Winchester Rifle and Pistol Cartridges in all calibers hit, that is, they shoot accurately and strike a good, hard, pene trating blow. This is the kind of cartridges you will get, if you insist on having the time-tried Winchester make. ALL, DEALEU3 SBLt, WINCHESTER MAKE OP CARTRIDGES. LAST MOUNTAIN VALLEY LANDS ASSINIBOIA, CANADA. The Garden of the Northwest The wheat crop this year will average 30 bus. per acre. Good Water....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 September 1903

mjswuxr awtian -ss AROUND THE WORLD Prowling About a Subteranean Tomb The Home of a Reptile A Trip to Alexandra Barterings with the Natives. Cairo, Egypt, Feb. 21, 1903. While Mr. Covington and 1 wcro prowling-about in an adjacent subter ranean tomb, each carrying candles, I dug the well preserved head of a mummy out of the dirt. It is pro nounced to bo uu excellent specimen. I brought it to my room and kept it two days, receiving the congratulations of all to whom I showed my find, when 1 learned that I would encounter serious difficulty in passing the custom houses with it uiless I should secure a special permit, and even then I was liable to have it stolen, so I turned it over to a representative of a leading American university who is prepared to get it through safely. It will be given a prominent position in the de partment of archaeology with my com pliinents. I have a section of the verte brae, which I hope to get through safelv. I also secured a small idol. At another point ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 September 1903

INTERESTED (HI C H A N D I S E p u DuwflMMHRS !HHilH-jaHTiill wztm i i . If so read Rumer's Prices and you will know the place where Dimes have the purchasing power of flexican Dollars elsewhere a m P H B "w Ntt F K k irfk tm KZ? Ladies 75c Shirt Waists , 35c Ladies $x.oo Shirt Waists 50c Ladies $1.50 Shirt Waists 75c Ladies $20.00 Tailor Made Suits $12.00 Ladies $15.00 Suits ....- $9.90 Ladies $10.00 Suits - $6.50 Ladies $7.50 Suits $4.50 Ladies $15.00 Skirts $10.00 Ladies $10.00 Skirts .T.'. ,. $G.so Ladies $7.50 Skirts - $5.00 Ladies $5.00 Skirts .-. $35 All lines Lawn and Percale Skirts at one-half price. Ladies $20 Jackets $13-50 Ladies $15 Jackets $10.00 Ladie3 $12 Jackets $7-5 Ladies $10 Jackets " $6.00 Ladies $7 Jackets '. : S4.50 Ladies $5 Jackets - $35 Ladies $2 Wrappers 1 $1.50 Ladies $1.50 Wrappers $1.00 Ladies $1.00 Wrappers 75c I Clothing I ., Mtn's $15.00 Suits $10.00 Men's $12.00 Suits $8.50 Men's $10.00 Suits $7.00 Men's $7.50 Suits... .. $5.00 Men's $15.00 All Wool...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 September 1903

THE ALLIANCE HERALD '.T. J. O'Keefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. H"H'-H-iM'-W-!"WKH"? BRIEF TELEGRAMS. . I $ j f $ $ tliI"lMltMI"t"l' I y Tho Stato bank of Sllyor Lake, Minn., was robbed of 2G0 in cash and all notes and securities. Emperor William- banqueted 'lO.OOO civil, ofllclals and promlnont inhabi tants of tho provlnco of Hcsso-Nassau at Casscl. Frau Cosiraa Wagnor opgrnphs to Berlin that she yrtll not prdduco "Par-Blfal"-'(n America,' as reported from Now York. ' , A general bureau of information is to bo ' established at Salt Lako by the Women's Missionary union and tho Utah Ministerial unjon, t , Henry Caldwell established a now world's competitive record on a motor, nt tJJO- Charles' -River 'track, Boston, ridlnglftj6nyeB4n,pnQ hour. . . , TtMvo hundred stationary cngl nocrmet in national convention at EvaiisjMllo, Ind., representing the or ganisation of every stato In tho un- ,0n- Fernando Valenzuola, for whoso' captvlto dead or alivo a largo reward wasttfforod, has be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 September 1903

w& , i i & $ 'i. f The Two Captains By W.CLARK RUSSELL. Conrrittrt. Iffrt. by P. F. Collier. CopjtUht. 1897. by Dodd. Mead ft Co. CHAPTER XI Continued. Then my lord withdrew to his little dungeon of a cabin, and the two cap talns went on deck to pace a while and smoko after their morning repast. Drcadfnl as was the state of Lord Fitzglhbon It was not to laBt much longer, for In the morning watch a sail right ahead was reported by the man oa the lookout. Grlndal know his dnty. The captain was not yet turned out The boatswain stopped below and knocked Pope's cabin door.- "Hallo!" roared Pope. "A sail right ahead, sir," answered Grlndal. "Trim sail," cried Pope, "and keep your friend right under your flying Jibboom-cndY "Ay, ay, sir." The boatswain returned on deck, and In a very few minutes Captain Popo stood by his sldo with his brill iant teleacopo at his eye. . "She shall tako my lord," said Pope, aloud, but to himself. "Grlndal, nve want to make nothing off our -course; ge...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 September 1903

Stock and Stockmen. Netoraska'Stoojk. Urowcr's AMOclntlon. J4 , A , f J, (locorioratU Al Mi ModlfcetU president, Unhtltle K. M. Hampton, Tleo-fuvMrtent Altliuict't B. M. Bcnrlo Jr., aecretary trt:usurcr, ORitlulla. KxeJutlvo commlttw-E. t. Myers, J.cniij It. It. Klucnld, lJliiKl'iimj John Hrcnniin, A11lnticotJ.lt. VnnUosklrk, Alliances K. E. Ixmc, HiinntB John M. Aclnm, Potter) It. M. Allen, Ames; H. LUco, Ixm1k!P!o; Evert Bldrrd, Orlando; E. C. Hiirrln, Chndron; I W. Wckoll, Klinball: Hubert Graham, Al liance; John Conway. Dunnlnns J. II. Cook, AftatoiA. 8. Heed, Alliance. HEMINGFORD. IKolth t IMoteo TiTfntly authorised in my .tclthubtorlptlons imd Joii work and collect And receipt for Millie, and transact all other mminw In connection with IiIh tiotdtlon an an arvrvdlted rvproicntatlvo of this paper. is teaching in the J. dowii. T. 5 I Alliance. Nch. 3 5 connected, any plnco on left side. limine on head of I'lnc. (Jreok, Sheridan 'county. MUSTEK & TULLY, Jesi, Neb. Htock brand...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 September 1903

' 'r n t- J i g(tl ,y The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of the City and County, Largest Circu lation of any Al liance Paper. OLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: FRIDAY, SEPT, 18, 1903, NUMBER 39 l-fc s 4s vfe I I ! Potato Growers; Any time you have good marketable potatoes to sell we will buy. We pay the Highest Mar ket Price at all times. We will buy at Alliance, Hemingford, Marsland and Berca all fall. See us before you sell or contract your potatoes. Raymond & Quivey eeee99eoesee9ecseaeee J) K. KKKAMICK, w IDBITTIST In Alliance 16-30 of every month. Office over The Famous . . . 'Phono 391. o e e e eeesaeceoQne&eoe Millincry'Opening. ' Ladies ready-lo-wcar hats and tailored street hafs. Mrs. Tiios. Regan. Rowan's Kavenna flour is strictly in the lead. Robert Garrett and son are prepared to do housemoving and'well drilling and re pairing; first-class outfit. Satisfaction guaranteed. 'Phone 74. Don't forget to have your children's eyes examined by Dr. Bar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 September 1903

jttmmmstmtmmSSXi. - KISSING THE HAND. in m YM Practice m IhatUnte hv Karlr Ilonuui Rnlera. Tie practice of kissing the hand -wms Instituted by the early Roman rtkrs as a mark of subjection aa much m one of respect, and under the first Cteear the custom was kept up, but wOy for a time. These worthies conceived , tho Idea that tho pnicr homnKc due to their ezaltnd station called for less familiar odes of obeisance, so the prlvllego or klsslug tho emperor's hand was re served as a special mark of condescen sion or distinction for oulcers of high Tnk. No Buch rcsfrlctlon, however, was placed on the emperors themselves, Who, If they wished to confer signal honor on auy of their subjects, kissed olilior tint mouths or tho eyca of those they wished specially to favor, tho kiss generally Intimating bouio promotion or personal satisfaction for soma achievement. Roman fathers considered tho prac tice of kissing of so delicate a nature Uat they never kissed their wives In tho presence of their...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 September 1903

I - ft C5r r- -7 1 h a The Pope's American Cousin. Hov, Don Lulgi Sartorl, pastor of Bt. Joseph's church, Midland, Mil., a cousin of Popo Plus X, will sail for Homo next month to pay his rospects to tho new pontiff. The popo and the American parish priest are descend ants of tho samo grandfather, tho par ents of the Midland pastor having add cd tho "rl" to their name, according to tho custom of the Venetian prov ince In which they lived. There is a striking physical resemblance be tween Pope Plus X nnd Father Sar tori. They are well acquainted. It is the purest, cleanest starch made. It is free of injurious chemicals. It can be used where ordinarily you would be afraid to use starch of any kind. That's Defiance. Your grocer sells it THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO., OMAHA, NEB. W. L. DOUGLAS $3.i&s3 SHOES ffi! Yon can gavo from $3 to S5 yearly by wearing W. L, Douglas $3.60 or $3 shoes. Xncy equal tlioso that liavo been cost ing you from S4.00 to 55.00. Tho ira monso salo of W. L. Dougla...

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