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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 September 1903

-,,iK7-3T : W---1 AROUND THE WORLD A Trip Up the Nile Through the Cradle of Civili zation to Assiout, Luxor, Karnack and the Great Dam. J-UXOR, liovi-T. Feb. 26, 1003. From Alexandria I began tny trip up the Nile to Luxor, Karnak find As souan, embracing a journey of 1,460 miles by rail. The Nile is.ono of' tlio four most historic rivers of the world, tho other three being the Yangste Kiang, the Ganges, and tho Jordan. I have rid den upon the placid bosom of the four excepting the Jordan and expect to tost it within two weeks. Dy ths Romans this river was called the Nilus, and by the Greeks Neilos, Irom "nea ilus" (now mud). The Nile flows a distance of 1,350 miles without a tributary and is declared by Unmbolt to be without pnrallol in the physical geography of the world. The greatest breadth of the Nile is about 2,000 feet and its currctit averagus about three miles. Tho Nile figures extensively in scripture particularly when its waters ' are mentioned as having been turned to blo...

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. — 18 September 1903

CHAN aL'WJVMtUWUju'JUuin BB5P.T-?B3KGAVgBHttl BsaaaafcaaEJiaEsasi Ik yL4Hi H2KQfZfl?il!5idffWlHIRbK9lftV ETS3H J wu .- '". I, S! 2. t-m jfin W i - $ I ,. m StfEXU-DP SXW firlfl - 'rrianu - .i'wiv- I Dry Goods f e Ladies 75c Shirt Waists .... . 35c Ladies Si. 00 Shirt Waists 50c Ladies Si. 50 Shirt Waists 75c Ladies 20.00 Tailor Made Suits S12.00 Ladies $15.00 Suits . ..y ., Sg.oo Ladies S10.00 Suits , '. S6.50 Ladies 7.50 Suits ,..'.- .1." ..v. S4.50 Ladies S15. 00 Skirts ,-' ..Jio.oo Ladies $10.00 Skirts- ,.,.. .... $G.5o Ladies S7.50 Skirts . , ,., -'. . S5.00 Ladies $5.00 Skirts .$r.l All lines Lawn and Percale Skirts at one-half price. Ladies $20 Jackets t .... ,. S13.50 Ladies $15 Jackets Sin.oo Ladies Si 2 Jackets .'. , S7.50 Ladies $10 Jackets ;........-.; ?6.oo Ladies S7 Jackets ....., S4.50 Ladies S5 Jackets : .CV- .....,. S3'5 Ladies $2 Wrappers Si. 50 Ladies Si. 50 Wrappers Si. 00 Ladies Si. 00 Wrappers 75c RU7VYER' SEfEBtBBfjBMKSEKBEEEiBHKiEmSSmXillBtiKl Zhc Derail PUBLI...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 September 1903

THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Kcefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, ' NEBRASKA. m:-:4H"m::";"Wm :xw r BRIEF TELEGRAMS. : 4- j..X..HlH'JK4M"IMH Congressman Vincent Boreing of, XunsaB is critically HI with pneu monla. Word comes from Paris that Riclf nrd Groker, who is at Wantage, Eng. is dcslrious that Arthur Gorman bi the democratic nominee for president A dispatch from Kobe, Japan, say thrco Japanese have- been arrected ou suspicion of plotting the assassination of tho premier of Japan, Viscount Kab cura. Mrs. Anna Bellow, whoso hiiBband Is an employo at tho 'Frisco lco house at Ceresco, Nevada, shot and killed her 18-year-old daughter and then killed herself. A Now York man, after ovorpowor ing a policoman, ended life llfo under an elevated train, a panic resulting among the hundreds of peoplo on thq train and platform. Tho villago of Sant Antlmo, near Naples, Iibb been destroyed by fire Ono woman waB burned to death and twelvo persons were injured. All io Inhabitants are homeless. Tho Berlin...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 September 1903

I 4-tf i V . ? vp ANIMAL. IMlfAflVENES87" tloxr n Decnnr'a Don Orotri to B Like Ilia Matter. "One of tho most curious traits to bo found in tho nnlmnl nature," eald an observant citizen, "is that which grows out of the unconscious Itultativuness of creatures of the lower order. 1 hav observed many instances of n-erc the creatures of n lower order have takeu on tho characteristics in some notice able degree of members of the human family. One might know, for Instance, the beggar's dog from tho look of the dog, from the droop of the eye, tho pn thctic hang of the lip and a certain gen eral air of despondency and hopeless ness which seems to speak In the very aturo of the animal. 1 mention the beggar's dog because it is a familiar example. Tho beggar's dog never looks cheerful, never smiles, never frolics, but simply sits by his master and broods and bogs for whatever charity may give. "I have seen the dog character mold ed under happier Influences, and the dog became more cheerful. He...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 September 1903

-. J JS? 'hX jjk t ys- -ja - -- ' Stock and Stockmen. Nebraska Stock (JroMer'H Amoclntlon. (Im'orjwruU'tl.) A. M. M(xJlnctt Jinmlilunt, Kuslitlllo; H. M. Hampton, vlcc-i)riit()ont. Allliineo; H. M Evnrlc Jr.. srerutiiry-trvusuriT, Oit.iinllii. Uxpcutlvo comnilttoo-K. 1. Myew, Ionnj 1L It. Klnrnld. llliiRliunit Jolin Hrennun, AUIhucu;.!. It. VuitlluMkirk, Allliuiovi I- V.. Lowi', Hjiintils! Joint M. Adnnit, 1'otttr; It. M.Allen. Amosi It. I.lxco, Lodtfopolu; Iert Etdml, Orlatnlot K. C. HnrrU, Chiulrun; U W. Hlckoll, Kluil11j Hubert Qniliiim, Al Ituneo; .lolm Conway. thuinliiRS .1. H. t-W, Agate; A. H. Itewl. Alllnuco. I) WI, T. .1. G 3 J 6 I HRiff LvKv'Ctiv vv "6Y Allliiin'r, Neb. ;j 5 Miiinectwt. liny plnco on luft Hide. Uhiiko on lieud (if I' I nu (.'reek, Sheridan ounly. MOSr.Ktl A, Tt'M.V, TeKM, Neb Hlock lirundtd in hbuwn on cut on either lda. Also J -O on eith er nldo. Township al and riniru 43 WSPfcD ft " f jl o n h.- iiii?re(niseHSTr' 3iSlC The Bass Bros. ere in Irom the ueit...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 September 1903

ATl State Historical Society FT LINCOLN NEB c 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, 25, 1903, NUMBER 40 ALLIANCE fe-ift k v t" i 3 I k 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 Heiea all fall. See us before you sell or contract your potatoes. Raymond & Quivey oe 13R. ICRKAMIGB, 1 ZDZBHT'X'XST' S In Alliance 16-30 of every month. Office over The Famous . . . 'Phone 391, s Prank Dunn is back from Hot Springs. J. P. Christensen was down from Non pareil precinct Monday. T. G. Burke of Bridgeport came in from Omaha Wednesday and spent a couple of days in town. Mrs. H. K. Schars is enjoying a visit with her parents and old-time friends at Kearney, leaving here last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFarland rejoice over the arrival of a...

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. — 25 September 1903

NO LAUNDRIES IN CHINA. Bailor Ponders Over What to Him li a Myatery. "It's the funniest thing to me," said wi old sea captain who foi ma tor year M in the China trado, as he settled Mnself comfortably hark In bis chair ad blew a few rings of omoko Into the air, "that nine out of every ten Chinamen who come to this country open laundries and engage In a busi ness which does not e:.lrt 'n thcli native land. "As ovcryono known, the Chinese at homo wear soft cotton nnd woolen garments, according to the season, and thero Is not a pound of starch In nil China. Stldly starched clothes aro unknown, nnd the Chlroe nen do not do the washing, as tltey do in this country. Neither Is there anv regular laundry In the Flower) Kiflom. Thereforo It Is more than twilnp strange that Chinamen should nil comb to America to engage lit a Undo so foreign to their home Industries." HAD HIS LEGSON LEARNED Pupil In Mr. Rockefeller's Sunday School Qave Co:d Answer. John D. Hockofellcr, Jr., as Is well known, I...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 September 1903

-rX r COMMODORE Recommends Pe-ru ent Men Commodore Somerville Nicholson, of the United States Navy, in a letter from 1837 R Street, N. W., Washington, D. C, says: Your Pcruna has been and Is now used by so many of my friends and acquatnanccs as a sure euro for catarrh that I am convinced of Its curative qualities and I unhesitatingly recommend It to all persons suffering from that complaint." S. Nicholson. United States Minister to Guatemala Endorses Po-ru-na. Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter, U. S. Minister to Guatemala, ex-member of Congress from Kentucky, in a letter from Washing ton, D. C, writes : "I am fully satisfied that your Peruna Is an efficacious remedy for catarrh, as I and many of my friends have been bene fitted by its use." W. G. Hunter, M. D. Member of Congress From Virginia Writes. Hon. G. R. Brown, Martinville, Va., ex-member of Congress Fifth District, SOth Congress, writes : "I cheerfully give my endorsement to your Peruna as a cure for catarrh. Its beneficial results have...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 September 1903

Stock and Stockmen. Ncbrnnkn Stock tlrowcr's Association. (Incorporated.) A. M. Modlwitt. prpslth-iit, HiihIivIHo; It. M. Hump ton, vkvt-prosldont. Alliance; K. M. Seutlo Jr., secrotary-trtiisurur, Owlnlla. Executive eonmilltep-K. I'. Myers, Lcnaj It. K. Klncnld. IIIiirIiiiui: Joliu Ilrunnan, AHInneoj.T. It. Vnntlosklrk, Alliances K. K. Lowo, ltjniinlss John M. Adams. Potter: It. M. Allot). Amcwt It. LI ami, LodBcpulu; Kvcrt Kldrrd, Orlumlu; Ii. 0. Ilurrlo, Cliadron: I-. W. lllckoll, Kluilmllt Holrort ariihnm, Al liance; John ('omrny. Dunning; J. H. Cook, Apiln;A. 8. Heed. Allluuca.' OOWH. Alliance, Nol. 3 5 connected, any plnco-on left Hide. Itiinito on head of Pino Crock, Hherldan county. MOSM- It ti TCLM', Jess, Neli Stock branded us MlltWI on eltlrtir ! Also J -O i or side. TowiiBhlp -iHj, ntul rangu 43. jl. XCHIMj lllKK, Kcldll, Nob. Cntuo tirandcd on light tlilfth or XV on rlitht ldi. Town hi p s 7 , rnnpoia,!Mi)rldMi county, i WM Mooniuw. Nob. Cnltlo tirn'iiliil Catholic iws ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 September 1903

& & i f IZ" f m -1 rn5 '' AROUND THE WORLD A Trip Through Palestine Visit to the Traditional Tomb of Dorcus and to Mouse of Simon the Tanner. "ir'fiir niT'iiiiiitmnfii Jbrusalbm, I'ALHSTis'n, Match 1003. After tin intensely interesting sojourn in the upper Nile country among the typical Egyptians, forsaken bedouins and sable Nubians. I hastened north ward many a weary, dusty, superheat ed mile to the more civilized but not J less interesting region of the sphynx and the pyramids. Devoting another day to fixing in my mind the scenes in and about Cairo, I retraced tny steps via Ismala to Port Said, where passage was taken for Beirut, Svria, on the steamship Equateur ot the French mail line, known as the Messogeries Maritinnc's Steam Navigation Co. My destination was Jerusalem via Jaffa, but the designing sultan of Turkey is sued an order that all passengers for Palestine should proceed to Beirut for examination before entering the prom ised land. Hence we were not permit ted t...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 September 1903

h u I Oegagrs In n Combine. Tbo bosRRrB of Spain havo fonnod a combine and aro going to try t Iteop all of tho 2 centlmo pleceB out of circulation by holding them when ever thoy Bccuro any. Tho object of this beggars' trust Is to mnko pcoplo gtvo n larger coin. Iowa Parma 4 Par Acta Con, balanca U crop till paid. UDLIIAIit,. Bloat CUr.Ia, Warning. She Tho tempcraturo Is falling. Ho Oh, well, don't lot that worry you. Perhaps somo ono will catch It She If It falls far enough, all fresh, green things will catch it. You'd bettor look out. KBD CROSS UAI.E. I1I.TJB Bhouldbeinovory home. Auk your grocer for It. Largo 3 or. pockngo only 5 cent. Two Remarkable Families. In Webster county, "W. Vn., llvo tw3 retnarknblo famllloa. Curronco Greg ory has thirteen sons, all over bIx foot tall and all weighing moro than o0 pounus. Thoy all voto the dem ocratic ticket Each boy owns a farm. Mr. Gregory Ib Btlll young at 72. His wlfo dooB all tho housework at 05 yoars. Tho other family Ib that of Don...

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. — 25 September 1903

f p w V I J$- & ThAMhd' GA k , ujT SIGN8 Kxplnnatlon Which Will nelp Yo to L'niterittniid Them. Tho rude drnwlnfis hardly need a key. "When ou eomo whlto gatepost X found tho sketch of n gun, I stole far ther down tho road. I lind n strong ob jection so early In my career ;o being riddled full of holes liy some nitrcptd farmer. The outline of n dog or war like proportions, with wild eyeH and ferocious teeth, was wont to make mo go brcakfastlcsa. My summer ward robe waB not In condition to allow of further mutilation. If I felt bravo enough to kick a yelping cur, I saun tered In recklessly at the gate which bore n portrait of a toy dog. Once past him one could usually get a bite. A big round "O " did not make one wild to approach the premises It adorn ed. It generally portrayed n hostess with a nature of adamant. A single "X" stood for u cross saw, which with small manipulation might earn a meal. Two X's made a tramp of none too vigorous a makeup go farther down tho road. It sugg...

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. — 25 September 1903

ifc mmmmmmmm . T , ..jm. i J v$ ARE YOU INTERESTED k ssxjsawzsi I N M R C H A D 1 Btfttasrarr.CM.CTM " U- as iS'-'i J3S" T 53 2Ui SHRKF ifars r If so read Runner's Prices and you will, know the place where Dimes have the purchasing; power of riexican Dollars elsewhere .. bOs 'M f Dry Goods Ladies 75c Shirt Wnists 35c Ladies Si. 00 Shirt Waists - 5 Ladies Si. 50 Shirt Waists .. 750 Ladies $20.00 Tailor Made Suits S12.00 Ladies S15.00 Suits Sg.oo Ladies ? 10.00 Suits . , Ladie? S7.50 Suits Ladies S15.00 Skirts .. Ladies S10.00 Skirts .. Ladies S7.50 Skirts Ladies 5.00 Skirts .. ......, , ....... ! . ......,. . " t r.. SO. 50 $4.50 .. $10.00 ....SG.JJO .-S5'00 ....$3.50 All lines Lawn and Percale Skirts at, one-half price. Ladies S20 Jackets '. ...- Si35 ...... Sto.oo S7.50 ,, S6.00 $4-5 S3.50 Si. 50 Si. 00 75C Ladies Si 5 Jackets Ladies Si 2 Jackets Ladies Sio Jackets Ladies S" Jackets Ladies S5 Jackets Ladies S2 Wrappers Ladies Si. 50 Wrappers Ladies Si. 00 Wrappers . tit WMV ? esecs...

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. — 2 October 1903

v3t I 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, OCT, 2, 1903, NUMBER 41 W ri v "- w Potato Growers Any time you liavc good marketable potatoes to sell we will buy. Wo pay the Highest Mar ket Price at all times. We will buv at Alliance, Heiningfortl, Marshmd and Herea all fall., Sec us before you sell or contract your potatoes. Raymond & Quivey 2 XDEDtfrtrXSa? In Alliance 16-30 of every month. Office over The Famous . . . 'Phone 391. e a o eaeevescaose&eaeeaeeesee E. C. McClure will leave Sunday morn ing for Gilman, Iowa, to attend the golden wedding anniversary of his parents and en joy a family reunion. Herman Schultalbers, one of our valued friends in Box Butte precinct, was m the city Wednesday, having brought a load of produce which he disposed of at good prices. Candidates Smyser, Mounts, Baumgard ner and Brennan are circulating through the county...

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

1 THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefo, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. BRIEF TELEGRAMS. -H-:-HI-Hr'4'H:"HH'4H! Baron. Iwrtsakl Hlsy.ft, tho rlchoat young man In Japan, Is touring tho United States. Ton thousand workers In Dorlln, Qcrmany, havo gono on strike. Tho manufacturers will hold a meeting to docldo what shall bo dono as to clom Ing their works entirely. John A. Kldwoll of Columbus, 0., was olectod prcsldont of tho National Association of Postal Clerk. The con vention adjourned nftor selecting Bos ton ns tho next meeting plnco. President Roosovelt hnB received tho sot of. unfriendly resolutions from tho Contral Labor Union of Washing ton and haB sent the sccrctnry of that organization a formal acknowledg ment. Head Admiral Barker, commander-In-chlof of tho North Atlantic fleet, has recommended tho equipment of all tho battleships and largo cruisers of tho navy with wireless telegraph ap paratus. It Is reported that Captain Miller, assistant to Captain Barr during tho cup racos, ...

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. — 2 October 1903

s t-V f UH ! K iUW ftw- :Ife f " r LtTERAflY 5E0TI0N. How poor are they who hare no p tlence. Shakespeare. Earth haa no sorrow that hearen cannot heal. Thomaa Moore. He prayeth best who lovoth best all things, both great and small. S. T. Coleridge. No pleasure is comparable to the standing upon tho va'utage-ground of Truth. Bacon. A moral, sensible and well-bred man will not affront me, and no other can. Robert Southey. Happiness depends, as naturo shows, less on exterior things than most sup- pose. William Cowper. Nothing is more simple than great ness; indeed to be simple is to bo great R. W. Emerson. Count that day lost whoso low des cending sun views from the hand no worthy action done. P. J. B. No cord nor cable can so forcibly draw or hold so fast as love can do with a twined thread. Burton. Love is Indestructible. Its holy flame forever burnetii; from heaven it came; to heaven returneth. R, Southey. Thoso who inflict, most suffer, for they seo the work of their own hearts and...

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. — 2 October 1903

I. I I1! !l Stock and Stockmen. Nebraska Stock OroMcr's Assoclntlon. (Ijicorpomted.J A. M- Modttiolt, iirpblflunt, Ituslivltlu; It. M. llnmplon, vice-president. Alliance) K. M. Henrlo Jr., secretary-treasurer, Ogiilnlln. Kxccuttvo eotnmltteo-n. 1'. Myers, Lena) It. M Klnculd, ningham; John llronniin, Allhiiicos.1. 11. VniilJosklrk, Alliances K. E. Lowe, Hnnlj Jolin M. Adams, Potter; It. M. Allon. Amev, It. LUco, Lodgepoloj Kvort ddred, Orlando; B. C. HtirrU, Cbndron; It. V. Hlela'll, Kimball; Robert Griilmm, AN llanco; John Conway, Dunning; ' ". Cook, Agate; A. 8. Heed, AlIunco. T. J. DOW I). mX&k Alliance, Nob. a 5 connected, any placo on left side. Itungo on head of fine Creek, Sheridan ounty. MOSLMt & TULLY, Jess Neb. Stock brundud as shown on cut on cither side. Also J -O on I'll It er sldo. Township ai mid rAtien 4.1. scitiUi nitos., V Schlll, Nob. r ...,!.. 1... ...1...1 on tight thigh or XV on right side. Town tihl)) XT, rimgu iS,uhur1dnil county. VM Mounmw. N li. Cat...

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. — 2 October 1903

p$$ h I i a W h ,'frt AROUND THE WORLD iw n nmi mmij Scenes About the Citv of Jerusalem History At- 3 tend the Thrilling- Events of the Holy City 4 Jerusalem, Palustisk, Match 10, '03. After a ride of three and a half hours across flowering plains and through valleys sacredly historic down brakes is signalled and the panting locomotive comes to a halt outside the most often destroyed and most often .rebuilt as well as most sacred city in the world. Within one hour I had reached my hotel and had set out alone for a stroll in the city. Entering by the Jaffa gate, the most popular of the seven, I made my way through the throng of beggars, vendors and donkeys down David street. Near the center of the walled city I ascended two flights of stairs which 1 saw unused and fed my anxious eyes upon a vision of which I had often read, studied and dreamed. Just before me was the Pool of Hczekiah, an im mense reservoir 250x150 feet, fed by "a conduit from another pool outside the city. The entire...

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. — 2 October 1903

";'' -"w 7 1i'j 12 r Notice of Tax Sale. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing lauds and lots in Box Butte county, Nebraska, have taxes unpaid for the year igoa or previous years and so much of each tract or lot will bo of fcred for sale as shall he necessary to pay tax on the whole tract or lot, Sato will be held at the office of the county treasurer in Alliance from the hour of 9 a. m., to 4 p. in., on the first Monday in November in the year 1903. Dated at Alliance, Neb., this first day of October, 1903 Alex Muikiikad, County Trhasukkb nw no nw Re no nw w sw n nw NO no 13 17 A. .IT 17 :::::::::: 18 ! I" 20 CO ..&o M.t'H .."J 2 54 377 15 25 1 40 2 77 1 73 17 22 (127 1 40 358 322 w'.4no 10 IIW 10 SW , 10 w,4e , .10 0Hsc,oUn..l0 no II nV4no.nHnw!4 sHno.sUnw 14 nHne,tmnwl5 1 56 7 3 24 8 2 00 9 "1 41 503 10 51 Second CJo. M, SJ'W. Id . . . 1 1 74 1 174 1 1 74 t 1 74 S 1 74 3. 1 74 2' 15 2 4 20 2 1 74 2 1 74 2 1 74 2 28 2 3 4 5 1 3 9 8 R 4 4 4 4 4 5 6 5 5 5 C5II wriwwriwt- - T...

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. — 2 October 1903

Ufy t ' .KT . wT W ft " WORN OUT, DRAGGED OUT, Arc Most Women in Summer. Pc-ru-nn is a Tonic of Efficiency. JOSEPHINE MORRIS, 236 Carroll St., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: "Pcruna is a fino medicine to take any time of the jear, but I have found it espec ially helpful to withstand the wear and tear of the hot weather. I have taken it now for two summers and feel that it has kept my system free from malaria, and also keptmefrom having that worn-out, dragged out look which so many women have. "I therefore have no hesitancy in saying that I think it is the finest tonic in the world." Josephine Morris. Peruna is frequently used as a mitigation of the effects of hot weather. What a bath is to tho skin, Peruna is to the mucous membranes. Bathing keeps tho skin healthy, Peruna makes the mucous mem branes clean and healthy. With tho 6kin and mucous membranes in good working order, hot weather can be withstood with very little suffering. Frequent bathing with an occasional use of Peruna is sure ...

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