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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 23 October 1903

Sam Smysor, tho fusion candi date for county clerk, fiardiy needs introduction to the people of tl o county. Everybody, young and old, knows tho genial Sam.' His good natured kindliness recommends liitn to many who do not lfl;e hit pol itics. Ho has proved himsolf to be n competent and obliging official. And to use the oppression of the King Uce of the republicans 1 l us "let well enough alono" and elect Sam for another term as count clerk. Some of our republican brethren make a groat roar about S. M. Sinv scr and J. W. Haumgnrdner icing candidates for a third term. And 801110 of thoso same people voted for the republican candidate foi sheriff of this county the third time and even the fourtli time. Please be consistent, gentlemen. Sfa8&fHTBFflHHEpW' i M$ HIHHHH "MARSLANfr Zbc Derail T,J. J PUHI.ISHED FRIDAYS. O'KUEFU Publisher KNIUST Associate Editor Entered at tho jwtolfico at Alliance), Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES: D...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 23 October 1903

HEMINGFQRE). HSQ m j i- i -1.1 i 'I : '.- ;Vr 1P' fKfclVv i ir IrA'-' -' ft? yA AROUND THE WORLD Wars Upon Wars to Gain S Scenes of Bloodshed and Death. .'v'Wv,Wv Jurusalkm, 1'Ai.nsTiNE, March 1003. The population of Jerusalem is an unknown quantity. Tho same may be said of almost any Turkish and Chin ese city. Estimates vary from 60,000 to 75,000, of which 40,000 are said to be Jews. When I have disposed of Jerusalem and Palestine in general 1 shall write more particularly of the, people. One of the very oldest landmarks in Jerusalem is the citidel, a part of which is called the tower of David, standing to the right of the Jaffa gate. The up per patt has been often destroyed and rebuilt, but the lower part is old enough to deserve the appellation, ancient. When Jesus walked the sheets this tower was a silent monster. Alongside this tower a bleach was made in the wall in 1898 for the special purpose of permitting the German Emperor to enter the city in carriage. It is now used as mu...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 23 October 1903

I ARTICl.r.S OF INCORI'OHATIOji Or STAU KANCII CUMI'ANV. Ilo It known, tlmt wo, tlm undr1jrncd, II. P. Ankeny, IllUm Mitchell mid C. II. Tully, ilo hwebjr. In piirnuHiiiiii of tlio Htnlutcit of the tolu of NulirtixlAi in uch cases miulu mid urnTldnl. too-xiiity iiiirselvesln business im Iwily cut ixmto In Hi nmnnor ml fur tliu pnr IMrMit horuliikltcr mentlonnl. AKTK'LU I HaIiI corponitlon shall ho named and knowu n Slur ltiinuli l.'ompiiny AUriOI.K II, TlioiirlnclnnlpUeoof inuwiclltiK tli IhihI ntviuf Mild corporation ahull lio In AUIiinca, comity ot llox lltltlo, slntfl of Nebraska. AttTlULK III. The netiornl nntuni of lln bnnlnoM to Imj traiisnrtcil by tlio ,irxriiUou uliull lie, bur Inic. olllnc, liiirrliasInKi ownltiR. Iciuriiix and cinirylrm mil estate, which Mini I Inultxlo tlm power U dtapoM of mid lu'qillrti real cwtut in nny manner, nwilful and uxcful In mrrjIiiK on tlio imMncw of wild corporations mid itlwi tliduiylnir. twlilnttnudU'iiKlnK of such otlior real ostntu in may...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 23 October 1903

&wr mZt li rv V .' i vJh Vurr this coupon be your FR0A1 KIDNEY, BLADDER, It's tlio people who doubt mill liecnmt cored while they iliiiibt wlip praise Duan'i 1'IIU thu highest. Aching lincUs aro eased. 'Hip, liact, and loin pains OTercome. rjwelllngof tlio Ilmbn raid dropsy signs vanish. They correct urtno with lirlck dust sediment, high colored, pain In passing, dribbling, frequency, bed wetting. Poan'H Kidney l'ill a roniore calculi and CraTfll, HcllOTO hrnrt pal pitation, clocplcwncss, headache, nervousness, dizziness. TATlORVtlXC, Miss. "I tried every thins torn enk Jhack and pot no relief uutll n used Doao's I'll Is." 1 J. N. Lewis. JJ A " "-J3w fn...V IWl fMjjjuafio L&vai Mttidnegl fine TSeTio .tVf.tAVtC.VOK OfowMCM CfMW NAMC P. O. OTATE For frve trial box. wall lht eoupon to Fortrr-Mllbuni r.a, HuQlo. N Y If Mwt pu-o I. Intufflclent, write addrm on tej. rats iHn. MISDIOAIj ADV1CK i'i:m;. rjmk ' wi ff rr7ifr'-'Far"'aig",gg;g;- tteEStXSSJik-e&zrarZxrx AtaaiBJiait .2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 23 October 1903

'" .-I - . . . Kl Would vou oav cash for nerchandise provided you can save 25 to 3 per cent z on every Dollars worth of goods you buy? If so watch Rumer's Fall Opening Sale. Our goods have been late in arriving, but they are here and the prices hav.e got to sell them. It will pay you well to get our prices on Dress Goods, La J dies Tailor Made Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Hen's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes and f Groceries. Read our Special Opening jr Special Opening Sale f v & i s f . I f $ r" I w B O B ' M P O ft H w Eh o w EH TDttlT G-OODS SHOE DEPARTHENT Ladies Silk Shirt Waists in all colors and white, while they last, One-half price. Ladies Walking Skirt, extra heavy, and a good bargain at $3.50, sale price $2.25. Ladies Tailor made suits in blue, black and brown, we can sell you them from $6 up to $20. Ladies Jackets, we have them in all shades and styles and can save you money by buying at Rumers. We can sell you a good, warm Jacket for $3.50 up to $25 Our new fall dress grrds are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 October 1903

State l!itoHfl Society N f i N NUi) The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of the City and County. Largest Circu latloh of any Al liance Paper. VOLUME X, .ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: FRIDAY, OCT, 30, 1903, NUMBER 45 v t - -...... , . .,. , . Potato Growers Any time you lwive good marketable Ktatoes to sell we will buy. Wq pay the Highest Mar ket Price at -till tinlcs. We will buy ft Alliance, Hemingford, Marslnnd and Berea all fall. See us before you sell or contract your potatoes. Raymond & QuiYey ir. ituicAjtiisxt, ' 5 iDZEisrarisar : In Alliance 116-30 of every month Office over The Famous . . 'Rhone 391. s 0 Mollring Bros.ahoe sale is on. For Sale FKty choice Kanuboullet rains. H. A. Peaers, Hay Springs, Neb. Childrens' underwear to cents agntment at Mollring Bros. Late novelties an hats and caps at 'Moll ring Bros. We have tfie best I3.00 R. R. shoe on earth Mollring Bros. $100 far a Name. Lockwood &. Co. Alliance, Neb., Dear Sir: We want a good name for o...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 October 1903

I Sir Hiram Maxlm'a Release. On April 2C, 1800. a Maine news paper contained tho following legal notice: "Freedom Notice For o valtialUo consideration I have this day relinquished to my son, Hiram B, Haxwell. his tlmo during hlB minor lty. I shall claim nono of his oanv Inga or pay any debts of hlB contract Ing after tbls dale. l8nao Maxim Witness. D. D. Flynt Abbot. April 13, 18G9" The lnd who was given his liberty l now Sir Hiram Maxim of London, England, tbo Inventor of the rapid flro guns and airships. -IflKrSfc HARD TO DEAR. J W. Walls, Super intendent of Slreeta of Ldinnou, Ky., living on East Main street. In that city, says: "With my nightly rest brokon, owing to Irregularities of tho kidneys, suffering Intensely from sevcro pains In tho amnll of my back and through tho kidneys, nnd annoyed by painful passages of abnormal secretions, llfo was anything but ploasnnt for mo. No amount of doctoring relieved this con dition, and for tho ronson tnat nothing seemed to glvo mo ovon t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 October 1903

t t ' i l - i I ' ftbe Iberalb, PUIJLISHED FRIDAYS. T, J. O'KEEFE Publisher 1 B. KN1EST Associates Editor Entered nt the postolfice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the malls, as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES. Display, per singlo column inch per month. Dusincss locals, per line first insertion Each subsequent insertion, per line Legal notices nt statute rates. 3T Tiik Herald is the Official Publica tion of Box Hutto county and its circula tion is nearly twice that ol any other Al liance paper. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. FUSION TICKET. STATU l-'or Judge of the Kupromo Court, .JOHN J. SUMAVAN. .'or Htfftout? of llio Blnto UnlvonUy, W. O. JONEP K. O. WKUHKU. jumniAU ' For Juries Ot the 15th Judlctnl District. J. .1. UAItlttNOTON. V. II. WKSTOVnit. COUNTY. For Olork, s. M. HMi'Snit. For Trsnsuror. CllrtS. W. IMl'.N'KAN. For Sliorln, UtA UKKl). For Juiljju, D. K. SFACI'T For Superintendent of Soliools, .. XV. HAUMOAltONr.il. For Assessor, a. s. unr.u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 October 1903

m To.. v ' M TV- w: MP1 , i - 0 ANOTHER LIE NAILED. Lynch Tho article published in the Lynch Journal last wtsok charging V. H. Wostovor, our ditiict judge, with being drunk and toforring you to Hutto people for proof was a untruthful as the putties nro dishonest who had any thing to do with Retting it up. It was evidently a Fisher sohomo. W. T. Wills was closeted with Mclrarlnnd aevcral hours tho dav previous to publication day -and Wills and 1-ishcr assisted at the O'Neill Frontier office in getting out an extra edition of a thousand copies of that papor with the ar ticle copied from the Journal. After that Wills went to Rushvillc Mr. West over's home where he called it both newspnper offices and declared tho state ment to be a lie. The publication of the article referred to has made many republican votes for Mr. Westovcr, especially in Butte, where you wero lef erred to for proof. All honest and fair-minded men are thoroughly disgusted with such methods and it is well they should ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 October 1903

' A PROMINENT CHURCH WORKER SAYS SHE OWES HER LIFE TO PE RUN A. Mrs. Hattio La Fountain, Trcas. Ladles o Ohio, vritc3 from Gallon, O., as follows: "After my first child was born I suffered for several months with bearing down pains accompanied by dreadful headaches. I was afraid my health was ruined for life, and felt very downcast about it. One day when a friend was visiting me she told me of Peruna and what It had dona for her when she suffered with irregular menstruation. My husband procured a bottle the same evening and I began to take It dally according to directions. Before the first botte was used I was entirely well, and you certainly have one grateful woman's blessing. I have also advised my friends to use It." AIRS. HATT1B LA FOUNTAIN. Secretary Woman's State Federa tion Says; "Pe-ru-na Does More ' Than is Claimed for it." . Mrs. Julia M. Brown, Secretary of the Woman's Stale Federation of California, writes from 1314 Fifth St., Los Angeles, Cal., as follows: "I have never...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 October 1903

f i m:hjkoshk$!kkh f 4 I 1 U I I' Aft .. t I' R U M B R ' S 4? .? ' . - If I. I I ( . Ai r fit .; '0 N i i s HI in $ 1 m O w w En o 4 H W Eh m o H w Eh IB r m V-V ' (. en Day ISpecia a c;' ,'. ; ' ). Ladie's Tailor niade suits, Jackets, Skirts and Waists. Men's Suits, Overcoats and Underwear . . . YOU WONDER HOW WE MAKE THE LOW PRICES ? CASH DOES IT Call and be Convinced that c fnn f V o lui urn RDMSR se .vva.';-. l H :v ; t . 4 1 f ' j . - ' , ' l" . ' . " , ' '" V':'"' '' - -",' Y- i . J .- v ?- ; i -i s !'''. Vs ''... ..y. , ' ), " '',: ;" 4! riVj-. t t . f r--' : Ai- ...-1 .A, a ., r , - i- - ,v; j v 'f , 4x''' $$$0&$$$$$N --' - -" " - - -.- --- .- -w.- -V .- -i- .- .- i.- 1,- !, TT -W." I." II? W. Tf? ? i Tt F W? '? 1W '1f5 ' , n ,Mm IH1BM1WWMIMWW1MMI,,M,,,,,, THE FAMOUS THE FAMOUS ADV THE FAMOUS T THE FAMOUS THE FAMOUS Our Advertising has Always Paid Us for the Simple Reason that B" J& B i i TH 1. P S1" B B j7 S- Ga "aw" n a ew b&. ob xpsv apasjv ,-v . I AA Q WM &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 November 1903

The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of the City and County. Largkst Circu lation of any Al liance Paper. VOLUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, NOV, 6, 1903, NUMBER 46 LV i , V i mm 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. Sec us before you sell or ' contract your potatoes. Rdymond & Quivey 2 In Alliance 16-30 of every month. Ofiice over The Famous . . . 'Phone 391. 9 ts Mollring Bros, shoe sale is on. For Sale Fifty choice Kamboullet rams. II. A. Peters, Hay Springs, Neb, Childrens' underwear 10 cents a garment at Mo1ring Bros, , , Late novelties in hats and caps at Moll ring Bros. We have- the best $3.00 K. R. shoo on earth Mollring Bros. SIOO for a Name. Lockwood & Co., Alliance, Neb., Dear Sir: We want a good name for our high class brass and iron beds. We will pay $100 to the retail furniture deale...

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

I THE ALLIANCE HERALD ' T J. O'Kccfe, Publisher. . ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. THE NEWS IN BRIEf. Turkey hag suspended tho demobil ization of' troops In Macedonia. Flro In tho wholcsald" quartor of Pa ducah, Ky., caused n Ibss of $300,000, Tho fifth gcnoral synod of tho Evan gollcal church at Berlin has passed a resolution to closo saloons during church hours. Tommy Hall, tho English cyclist, broko tho cycling record for ono hour by covering flftv-four miles and, G35 yards in Paris. Karl Haggonjos, city treasurer of East Qalesburg, III., was nrested at Kansas City, charged with embezzling ?1,800 of city funds. It is officially announced from Ath ens that Queen Olga Is recovering from an operation for tumor, which was performed at St. Petersburg, Tho Shah of Persia is afraid of trav eling In express trains, and on his Eu ropean trips orders aro always given that his trains must, not oxeced twenty miles an hour. At tho opening of tho convention of tho Women's Board of Missions at Winona, Minn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 November 1903

'' Protect Your Home! Everybody fears fire and every effort should be made to prevent them -starting, even more than to extinguish them after they have started. As long as our homos are built of lumber the is a certain amount of danger from fire, both from within and without. Therefore, any chemical prepa ration that render lumber fire-proof is a thing very much to bo desired. Such a preparation is now on the mar ket and the public is invited to test its merits. It is dolled Pi.utanica. It ren ders all wood work fire-proof and at the the same time acts on the pores of thu wood in such a manner as to preserve It indefi nitely; It costs very little and. Is tktaily applied to any wood work. H, V. Keeves lias thu- agency for Plu tanica in this district. See him and have a practical demonstration of the merits of this preraration and get his. figures for applying it to your..homc. Guy Lockwood Notice to Noii-Kcsldcnt Dcfcmlnuts. To Jtantel Hlehoy, non-rushluiiL (ii'luniluiiL! Notlcols he...

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

4K. jMHMfcJOtt-t " .cjLrwXtft iWIWlKWil'WUfca'WWBWP" -- - ttbe Derail PUDLISHED FRIDAYS. T, J. O'KEEFE Publisher J, B. KNIEST ...... Associate Editor Entered at the postoffice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the malls, as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per singlo column inch per month... 5 Business locals, per lino first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, per line .05 Legal notices at statute rates. BT Tug Hbralo is'tho Official Publica tion of Bo Butte county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. Subscription, (1.50 per year in advance. The tigers for Tatnany. Mississippi went Democratic. , But Pennsylvania went wrong. .'Anybody hear from Alaska ? 'Pay your election bets and look pleasant. wwwx . Old Kentucky is again in the Demo cratic fold. mrWMJrw Wo don't have to bo shown that Mis souri went Democratic. tyhat's the matter with Box Butte county ? She's nil right 1 Maryland remained firm in the Democratic f...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 November 1903

.,AkXVNAVV-yV, iV 1 AROUND THE WORLD Scenes Surrounding the1 Holy Places in Jerusalem Chapels of the Apparition and Crucifixion. .VvT'WWW' Jerusalem, Palestine, March io,'o3. To ttic north of the sepulchre is a Latin vestibule containing inlaid mar ble slabs surrounding a central stone where Mary Magdalene is said to have stood when Jesus said to her, "Woman, why wcepest thou?" and "she, suppos ing Him to be the gardener, said unto him, if thou have borne Himheuce, tell me where thou hast laid Him, and I will take Him away." John 20:15. Entering the' church of the Latins we notice the Chapel of the Apparition where Jesus appeared to Mary after His resurrection. Connected with the Latin church is the Sacristy, where the sword andspurs of Godfrey de Bouillon are shown. With this sword, which I was permitted to handle, he is said to liave cut a giant Saracen in two. This -sword is used to girt the Knights of St. John when introduced to that order. The prison and s bonds of Christ are s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 November 1903

" -S!s-J' . I1 OP ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION STAR ItAXnt COMPANY. IldTt Initfwil, tlirttVrt!. the untlerxlKnrd. P. Y. Ankwiy. William RebelUm n iiw uriR.vnrimix i m -Y....A ..S.V.....lli nebni lh& ! 'liV sbclr loeiTinnru, i. r. IPjCt.uuy( do WtM ttinde unit fiiPl?1 I.. I . ...... Im.u. It. t....l.. ...... ,. a. s proviuci. ninnmir ui'it m .,,-nii-, - Iwdy corjsirute in tb manner and for thupur- jseif hereinafter mcnllonid. v. ARTtcLr". I. ." ' , ald rurporntloii shall liolitiuiod arid known JS w5ltiirHuiicm.ompuuy. . , ( t ii'i'iiii .- ii TliflHnlNllfi1Mof"fnwctlnijl!H8fmil- liessnf suit! corporation stiull Is In Alliance. county or liox iiuuiMitaioorwuurnDKuv r, t i AnTljilJK lljjJJI 4 A . ThjttAi'pil HiUurfCittlio UiJilnvM tQ.lH rv trHiiMti nytito eurnonuimi shim jiyiiu ? Inc. toHljiSE. iinwhniilowiffiWi. leaAiuwimJ f wuViiyinirifiilfStiiiiS, widen MiifllluVludr the if power ti dispose- nf mill nequtru ruul retutailii V. unv manner, needful nh.l useful In I'lurfliij? sfotftho b...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 November 1903

A i,W V V Jat LiJUk vn,iMiMBaBipHMHaHBHMMaHBiaiMMiMiMiMM ft ( "4i T ft LW? flr ms J "fiapj .uGB9 j';'feB " 'LBVESbvSlHfcft . y fflf ,BI taaaVM- HWi HKJHA B msn I "-"sfe RSR'' HH ORTHT of a hlgh- n hcr recommendation aBk. , Mw than I can And mkB words to express." JVv I This la whn-t Mr. VW I J. II. Plangman (of W W Bherman, Tex.) km ' M Bays of Doan's Kidney Pills. He tells hfs experience In the following xvords: He says, "Sometime In Septem ber I was taken with a dull aching pain across Jhe small of my back, directly over the kidneys. I paid small attention to this .at flrst, thinking It would pass oft But instead of getting better it became worse and in a short time the pain centered through my left hip and pain across d0 mytJT lef, UU it ns fnr aB tnQ knee." 'W SWail Of This is precisely ife jfeflfc what kidney trou ble will do with the body. It does not al ways Bhow itself at first, but aj- pears just in this way, when some unusual movement or action brings 41 .jflllGM Ml IHlWff...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 November 1903

iutjw.- -a. - 1 ' J- iMi'MM : -. i " I J 1 ' A f ' pv-vr vT'W vvw V f',0Sjij..4 R U M E R ' S v $.', i' ;'i-! ' $ m s s t K I ? H !M . ' in ySXMlM 1 W O W W O M O w 4' &$& '' len Day 'Special Sale i - Ladie's Tailor made suits, Jackets, Skirts and Waists. Men's Suits, Overcoats and Underwear . . . YOU WONDER HOW WE MAKE THE LOW PRICES ? CASH DOES IT -.V. .' , - ft Jd's f I -1 - ". '-.V -?'.'. i .; '.,.' " I Call and be Convinced that r Ti t 'i n t sells for LESS $ vAAWAWHA(A W vnA-W- v ? - ' . ,. i "iV.. .- . .': I - . t -J-j - ' , - ., ' ' i ; ' '' ' . " , ' f J ' ' 'J ' -, ' ., ;' .' . ' . 4 ' . l ' 1 " ? . " 'i i." $ .-. '.-.k' ", - Hirt . ..7 !'.... - . ' T ' ti" ii'i ? 0"' IHMiHlNMN THE FAMOUS THE FAMOUS ADV THE, .FAMOUS THE FAMOUS THE FAMOUS RTI itam!HaTc&rijnrvmWtttt:vz$?. , .-A Our Advertising has Always Paid Us for the Simple Reason that WE ALWAYS "DELIVER THE GOODS'' We never ask you to take "something else, just as good." Our goods are good, they are new and t...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 13 November 1903

State Historical Society -N. frt,h NEB The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of the City and County. Largest Circu lation of any Al liance Paper. 70LUME X, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, NOV, 13, 1903, NUMBER 47 it f r& .-. Hk 1 I -" i Potato Growers! I ill hi I 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, Hcmingford, Marsland and Berca all fall. See us before you sell or contract your potatoes. I Raymond & QuiYey eop906eoaoccaca u DBITTIST (0 In Alliance 16-30 of every month Office over The Famous . . ' 'Phone 391. a ee9ese8eeeco8oeoo At Valley Forge. This beautiful drama, which will ho presented at the Phelan opera house Tues day night of next week, November 17, possesses a stirring hearty story told in a logical and impressive manner. The scenes are laid in and around old Valley Forge and historic Trenton, at the close of the Revolutionary war. The story con cern...

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