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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 December 1903

THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefo, Publlohor. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. News in Brief Out of ovory 1,000 of tho world's population 2G4 own King Edward as tholr sovereign. It will tnko flvo years to rebuild tlio Campnllo of Vonlcc. Tho now tower will probably have an clovator. Tho ABtors nro gradually disposing of tholr real ostnte holdings in tho tonemont district of Now York. Lieutenant Governor Guild of Mas sachusetts has added n full sot of Fil ipino dnggors of quaint design to his collection of wenpons. Municipal corporations In England own gas works, water workB, strool railways, rocks, baths, markets, dwell ings, raco courses, dairies, and hotols. It Is estimated that nearly nil tho pine timber now growlng'in Minnesota (about thirty million foot) will bo cut nnd marketod within tho noxt flftcon years. Dr. Arthur McDonald, tho criminol ogist In Washington, now says that unloBB a porson wants to become n criminal ho should never cat meat or potatoes. W. C. Hodgo died at Bloomlngton, 1...

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. — 25 December 1903

i i rx- NO LAUNDRIES IN CHINA. Sailor Ponders Over What to Him ! a Mystery. "It's the funniest thing to me," ealfl an old sea captain who fot tnaiiy yean was In tho China trade, as ho settled himself comfortably back In his cliult and blow a few rlrgs of smoke Into tho Air, "that nice out ot every ten Chinamen who come to this country open laundries and engage In a I url nes8 which does not exist 'n tl.e. native land. "As everyono knows, Ui3 Chlncso at homo wear soft cotton end woolen garments, according to the reason, and there Is not a pound of starch In all China Stiffly starched clothes aro unknown, and the Chlnere men do not do toe washing, as tlmy iiu in this country. Neither Is there any regular laundry In tho Tlowerj Klrrdom. Therefore it Is moro than passing strange tbnf Chinamen should all comb to America to enraef in a trade so foreign to their nome irdustries." HAD HIS LESSON LEARNED 2upll In Mr. Rockefeller'n Sunday1 School Gave Good Anuwer. John D. Rockefe Ier, Jr., as...

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. — 25 December 1903

i- ' tftbe Ifoeralb. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. ! T, J. O'KEEFE Publishor J, B, KNIUST Alsoclate Editor lintcred nt the postoffice at Alliance. Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-claw matter. ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per single column inch per month 5 r)-infn locate, per line first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, per line .05 Legal notices at Statute" raiesJ - " OTTiifa Hkrald is the Official Publica tion of Box Dutte county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. Make your Christmas n happy 0110 by making some one else happy. Mark Iintina announces Hint lie lias so far recovered tlint lie will be ablo to do justice to his Christmas dinner. Mrs. T, J. Cummins, inorther of Governor Cummins of Iown. died Tuesday morning at the age of 77 years. Attorney General Protit has decided that it is lawful for county treasurers to deduct t per cent from the sale of land fGr their commission. And no...

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. — 25 December 1903

.J3r &. t 1 'Iky rJw i AROUND JTHJE WORLD X ? Scenes Surrounding the Holy Places in Nazareth K S Cave, of the Prophets. i Nazarktii, Palustink, March, '03. No one fails to visit the beautiful soring near the center of the city called the Fountain of the Virgin. In the evening it presents a picturesque ap pearance. History says: "Here the village maidens in their bright head' dresses, assemble, and bear away their well-filled pitchers on their heads. The christian dress is distinguished by the loose trousers of the women." There can be no reasonable doubt that she who was "blessed among women" would often come here, perhaps carry ing the infant savior in just the same fashion as we may sec mothers of Naz areth carrying their children today; and no doubt many a time our savior, as he came past here on his way home, would tarry to quench his thirst at this very stream whose waters the traveler may drink today as a cup of blessing." Behind Nazareth is a high hill called the Dome of ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 December 1903

(I n RAILROAD MEN'8 WATCHE3. They Mnat llf flood One nod linen larly Coniinr-?d nntl Inpoteil. A tnnn with Hinolie ptouud Into his Imntls mtil face walked Into on" of t" downtown Jewelry Htnrex und handed over n h: cold vrntch mul n enrd. Tin rcpnlr innii li.:id nt the wfr1 mtith wine queer iimikn on the curd ntul Landed both hue!;. And tins mail walked out of the sure. Didn't khow you well on the ltirUrtll Went plnn," nui,'KOted the Inquisitive Jon tit. "Don't," m the laconic ronpoiw and then the Jeweler explained. "The innu la a locomotive llrcuinii, nn J 'hh Tvntch wiih Ileitis compared. You 0e U Is nhsolutcly necessary that rnllrond witches keep good time, nnd the mat' tcr of tnnkliiK them keep Kood time lm 1k.hi ty&tcr.uitlKcd. "The flrenun. engineers, conductors, rear hmkeuun nnd train innstorH on uli of the roadK In thlH eountry have or dcra to have their wntcltfs compared twice n month nnd Inspected every Ix oinntlm On rtine find nenrlv nil nt Uldtnct Ni(nlif. The period...

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 December 1903

-y &-' m k k 'X- rat? -v v&mm if W ffi4' TM r - 1 s a 1 ft --7 I Mrs. Weisslitz, president of the Ger man Womans Club of Buffalo, N. Y., after doctoring for two years, was finally cured of her kidney trouble . by the use of Lydia E Pinldiam's Vegetable Compound Of all tho diseases known with which tho female organism is afflicted, kidney disease is tho most fatal. In fact, unless prompt and correct treatment is applied, the weary patient seldom burvives. Heing fully aware of this, Mrs. Pinkham, early in her career, gave careful Btudv to the subject, and in producing1 her great remedy for woman's ills Tjyttia 13. Pinkluuu's Vegetable Compound made Hiiro that it con tained tin correct combination of herbs which was certain to control that dreaded discare, woman's kidney troubles. The Vegetable Compound acts in harmony with the laws that govern the entire female system, and while there are manv no called remedies for kidney troubles, lydhi E. Plnlc liam's Vegetable Compound is ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 December 1903

nSMHB $ icanrat I A THOUSAND MEN T I j Mi T HEMINGFORD. IKeitli L. I'lorco la fully authorised loso Holt subscriptions und Job work anil collect and receipt for name, und transact all other business in connection wun iiuiuumuu m accredited re prwimitatlvu of thin paper. Isaac Rockoy is on tho nick list tins week. Misa Ina Osborn went to Alliance Friday evening. Mary Hcrncall departed for her home at Hccla Sunday evening after closing a very successful term of school in the Phillips district. The Ladies' P. C. gave a reception at the homo of Mrs. A. M. Miller for Mre..Ward and Mr?, Rustin, and on Saturday afternoon Mrs. Johnson en tertuined the club in their honor. G. W Hatch has bought a barber shop in Lead, S. D.. hut will not take possession until March. Up to that time he will work at his trade in one ot the shops there. We have made arrangements where by we can send money'in any amount to any point in the world. For large amounts we issue drafts and for small amounts we send mon...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 January 1904

71 'T taMoA biato Historical ouciciy - m Official Publi cation of the City and County. Largest I ail on of ai ft w5 ! j llance Papi VOLUME XI, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, JAN, 15 1904, alba 4 IP ,k' fit pr ( 1 6 S c i lfcl. GOOD GOODS . FOR WISE FECDERS We want your trade. A frosh ami complete line at ways in stock. Let us serve you'during 1904 1 T 1 CALL UP 56 on the line and we will be "Johnnie on the Spot" A few snaps we find while invoicing. Call and see Get prices 1 1 'f Alliance Grocery Go. eeeoeoeoeaooeoeaooeoeoeoes 2 ID E IfcT 1 1 S 'HT I e 1 2 In Alliance 1C-30 of every month. J Ofiice over The Famous . . . m 'Phone 391. 9 Rowan's for flour, rye and graham. Dr. Koons, dentist. Offici upstairs Norton block. , Dr. Barnes, Optician and Kye Specialist of Omaha, will be in Alliance, Saturday, Jan. 30. For odd jobs about the house, telephone 13. F. Lockwood Co., as we are making this a specialty. A beautiful line of crockery and fancy dishes at Lockwood's "kitch...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 January 1904

ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefo, Publfahor. ILIANCE, NEBRASKA. News in Brief Wurtemburg, In' Gormany, Is over run with teachers of EngllBh. Germans smoked 3C8 tons of clgn- 'viira iiioi ji tin iiKUlllBl mil I-UIK1 tonB In llloi. According to statistics IfiO.noo per sons go from Now Jersey to Manhat tan' ntul return In a day. Councilor Emtio Maurice Marx Is 27 years of age, nnd the youngest mayor Brighton, England, ever had. Orders havo recently hcen exccutcif In Japan for n supply of fishing nets for Alaska, valued at $30,000. Colombia has had seven constitu tions, and too title of the republic has been changed three times. Ilallwny trnvollng Is tolerably safe In England. Of overy 9,211,002 pas sengers In 1002 only one was killed. John A. Gllncs, city treasurer of Haverhill, Mass., was arrested, charg ed with larceny of $43,000 of the city's funds. A six monthH' cruleo will decrease the speed of n ship 10 per cent. This Is owing to tho barnaclcB that gather on Urn hull. P. 15. Clnrk, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 January 1904

t W Wtt m l4 ! f')Jlr)tbAfat&j J.1ME GIRL HAli! WAY "pnwnim i pinwwn S T O R Y O F i -- '' ""-'! II. AriHOK OH Till. SI'UHY OH Till! COWIIOY CotiriekttJ. laos, 6y D. Attltttn i- Lemtn, tttw Vtri Sa-rfjWrfyvu CHAPTER XII. Continued. One morning Batterslelgh was at work at his Httlo table, ensajred, as lie lator explained, upon tho composi tion of a letter to the London Times, descriptive of tho agrarian situation in the United States of America, when he was Interrupted by u knoek at his door. "Come in. como in. Ned, my boy." he exclaimed as he threw open tho door and recognized his visitor. "What's the news this mornln'?" "News?" said Franklin gaily, hold ing his hands behind his back. "I've iii'we that you can't guess good news." He held up a small bag before Bat-terslc-lgh's face. "It's not potatoes, Nod?" said Bat terslelgh in nn awed tone of voice. rrank.Hu laughed. "No better than that," ho said. Batterslelgh approached his face to the bag and snuffed at it once, twice, thri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 January 1904

Zhc Ifoeralb. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. T, J. O'KEEFE Publisher J 13. KNIEST i Associates Keillor 1?MMAI il. RnlnltlHA ft, Alllin lUltlbU U lIU TUSIUIIJIU Ill ...., , Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES Display, per single column inch per month., 5 Business locals, per lino first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, por line .05 Legal notices at statute rates. ST The Hkram i3 the Official Publica tion of Box Butte county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of any other Al liance paper. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. Win. J. Bryan returned last week froinMiis trip to Europe, well satisfied with what lie learned of the social con ditions that exist there. Mr. Bryan was received with tremendous ovation by the people of New York, when ho landed. Let no man he deceived as to the high recognition paid this man who has been twice pronounced dead politi cally. The destiny of this great Amer ican will lead the host of American ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 January 1904

bi 4 w W Jtt W" JEW JJ i tTTk. J. Stock Reducing Sale ,w5 PER CENT DISCOUNT From January 16 To February 1 On our entire stock of Shoes for G-ents, Boys, Ladies, Misses and Oliildrens shoes and overshoes. This 25 per cent discount means a saving to you exactly 25 per cen on every dollars worth of goods you buy at the ALLIANCE CASH !tmore No goods chaiged or sent out on approval during this sale HEMINGFORD. (.Keith L. I'lorco Is fully authorized to so licit subscriptions and Job work tuid collect and receipt for same, and transact all other business In connection with his position as an accredited representative of this paper. H. C. Atkins is ill with appendicitis. B. F. Gilman was in the city last Monday. ' John Curran was a Hemingford vis itor Tuesday. Susie Davison has been ill for sever al days past. Mrs. Snider entertained the M. E. L. A. Thursday. E. L. Everett went east for a few days this week. E. L. Everett went to Alliance Tuesday evening. Dan Watson is the father of a boy b...

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. — 15 January 1904

m'iiiihi fl Hill IMIimllmHm mm miiiiihiii wmmmmmr 11 i i -- . . e - tMrr.tr nit mKiimMEo. .; V,gwX. JWB Ml lCritr!rmy To Prove what Swamp-Root, tire Great Kidney Remedy Will Do for YOU, Every Reader of this paper May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail. Weak and unhealthy kidnoys ruro responsible for moro nlcUnouM and KiiiTcrluir than any other disease, therefore, when, through neglect, or other causes, kidney trouble. Is permitted to continue, i'utal results are Mtiro to follow. Your other organs may need attention but your kidneys moat, because they do most and need attention iirat. It' you are sick or "feel badly," begin taking Dr. Kilmer's Uwuiun-Itaot, Uio' great kidney, liver and bladder remetly, bocauso a$i soon as your kidncya begin to get bettor Lhoy will help all tho other organs to houKu. A trial ivlll eonvinco anyone. Tho mild iud immediate- effect of Dr. Kilmer's '' vimp-Rool, tho gtcat kidney nnd bladder leincdy, ia aiori runlired. It ntands the highest for its wond...

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. — 15 January 1904

h fa ft & i!i JAi fer 8 I i (I iff iJ lite Youth's Ambition. During l.H season's ronil tour of "The Little Princess" Millie James became pro illy interested in one of the players in her support. Ho was a young fellow engaged to Impersonate one of the L;:s,cnr servants. Ho was good looking, earnest nml rellnble, but most mysterious in his habits. His principal assistance to the com pany was in making the transforma tion scene in the second act. He had no lines to speak, but It is so impor tant that the scene should be changed quickly and properly that application was made by the managers to a dra matic school for a young man who would be r liable as the Lascar, and who could understudy some, of the other parts. Ho was never seen in the daytime except when tho company was travel ing. At night, except for the few min utes he was on the stage, he stayed in his dreeing room reading. All ef forts to make him sociable were re buffed until Miss .lames .got his con fidence. She found tha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 January 1904

Tii e Famous BEST GOODS LOWEST PRICES The Famous THE RIGHT GOODS at the RIGHT PRICES There are 45 reasons why we should have your patronage. We will name only 3 and they are so good that you wont want to know the other 42 I t t I No. 1 The Largest and Newest Stock for Men . No. 2 Best G-oods and Lowest Prices No. 3 We are Advertisers of Facts Dictators of Popular Prices GOOD REASONS We are Slashing Values on all Winter Clothing for the next 12 Days Remember, NEW GOODS for LESS HONEY than the other fellow is charging you for OLD GOODS MEN'S OVERCOATS In all styles, Long, Short, Medium, Wc start 'em at $3-95 100 MEN'S Cheviots, Cassimeres, Vccimas finely tailored, all colors and cuts, sold up to $16.00, now your free choice for ------ - FINE SUITS $11.95 While they last, small sizes ft 1 A 29 Suits for Men worth $7.50 J J, 7 Hen's Cotton Sox three pairs for - - 10c The Best $3.50 Shoe .... IN THEWOIUil) 13 THE .... DOUG-LASS SHOE We (.ell them ut Factory nrlcos Boys' Underwear one sma...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 January 1904

,,. "' , - ' i'y 4 The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of the City and County. Largest Circu lation of any AU llancc Paper. tf& VOLUME XI, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, JAN? 22. 1904, NUMBER 5 '" ) ?j EJ . T to y V JL I ' ' A FRESH CAR LOAD OF Oranges Just Received 30c, 35c. ioc, 15e :unl Me dozen fo., sweet Navnl Omtipt's. Pnncy nnples, per peck oOc; perbuslu'i Iti boxes S1.T5 vvery npplo ood. .Jnt rocnlved a rar load of volvot llour the kind tlmt can't bo bout Sl.'JO pur hack. Also car loud of aborted canned foods can tniiko good prices. Will duplicate any price nnrt grade on any price list In the country. Ilrlnn tliGin In. LARGEST STOCK IS NOIVrmVIMTEKK NEDItASKA Alliance Grocery Co. neoooeoooooocQenooeoeoAsoo In Alliance 16-30 of every month. 2 Office over The Famous 9 'Phono 391. o eaoesoooeoecsoQosdsesoaec Mrs. Jas. Hollinrakc came down from Hemingford Saturday evening and visited Alliance friends until Wed nesday. Mrs. Thos. Regan returned Sunday cv...

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. — 22 January 1904

& Was Given Up Peruna Saved Her Life. It was catarrh of the lungs so fcte dgs Ww ' ' r - I W;!iM8 ff m$? ilk Airatt m ml rl.. ' .t"-w iKKMt i nil MiHk IrasS I I NRS.COLEJmSHMf I Mrs. Col. K. .1. Grcshnm, Treasurer Daughters of tbo Confederacy nnd Presi dent Hernrirn Vllhigo Improvement Society, writes tbo following letter from Hernden, Fairfax Co., Va.: IIekniikk, Va. Tiro Pcruna Medlclno Co., Columbus, Ohio : Gentlemen- "I cannot speak too highly of the value of Pcruna. I believe that I owe my life to Its wonderful merits. I suffered with catanh of the head and lungs In Its worst form, until the doctors fairly gave me up, and I despaired of ever getting well again. "I noticed your advertisement and the splendid testimonials given by the people who had been cured by Pcruna, and determined to try a bottle. I felt but little better, but used a second and third bottle and kept on improving slowly. "It took six bottles to cure me, but they were worth a King's ransom to me. I talk Pe...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 January 1904

in i fte ss ;i i' B If ALL DONE OUT. Veteran Joshua Heller of 700 S. Walnut street, Ur bana, 111., snys: "In the fall of 1S09 nftor taking Don n's Kidney Pills I told tho icnder3 of this paper that they had relieved mo cf kidney trouble, disposed of a lamo back with pain across ruy loins and beneath tho shoulder blades. During tho Interval which has elapsed I have- had occasion to resort to Doan's Kidney Pills when 1 noticed warnings of an attack. On each and every occasion tho results obtained were just as satisfactory as when the pills were first brought to my notice. I Just as emphatically en dorse tho preparation today as 1 did over two years ago." Foster-MUbum Co., Buffalo, N. Y.. proprietors. For sale by all druggists, price GO cents per box. General Miles' Savings Deposit. In his speech at an Evacuation day dinner in Boston the other evening General Miles mentioned that while working in that city before tho civil war he saved up a dollar and depos ited it in a savings bank. H...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 January 1904

I A: Ube Derate. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. aNJwflPi1u?bEC illiSab T, J. O'KEKFE Publisher J D. KNIKST Associate Editor Entered at tlio postoflico at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per (single column inch per month 50 Business locals, porlino first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, per line .05 Legal notices at statute rates. CSTTttn Herald istho Official Publica tion of Box Uutte county and its circula tion is nearly twice that of nny other Al liance paper. Subscription, 81.50 per year in advance. Members of tlio senate nro accusing tlio administration with withholding im portant official news on tlio I'annmu situation. A "say nothing but carry, a club' policy. The steel trust lias nt last sustained a'scverc loss. The company's plant at Shelby, Ohio, estimated at three million dollars, was consumed by fire Wednesday night. James L. Hlair, the World's Fair director who departed from St. Louis under indictmen...

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. — 22 January 1904

! bf ' ? K ifl I v. ' t U" v 0"T""T "" "h i" mi Ql ril W .Cw wT -Cw Ji T2w. JU tock Reducing Sale MOTHTO 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT From January 16 To February 1 On our entire stock of Shoes for G-ents, t Boys, Ladies, Misses and Childrens shoes and overshoes. This 25 per cent discount mean a saving to you exactly 25 per cen on every dollars worth of goods you "buy at the ALLIANCE CASH IK?& No goods chatged or sent out on approval during this sale HEMINGFORD. IKclth L. Plerco is fully authorized to so licit subscriptions unci Job work mid collect and receipt (or bumo, and transact all other business in connection with Ills position us un accredited representative of this paper. Wm. Fosket is working for A. M. Miller. Mrs. Sampy was in Hemiugford last Tuesday. II. C. Atkins is well enough to bo around again. Miss Combs and Miss Bertha Rowland spent Saturday and Sunday hero. Frank Potmesil was in from the ranch Friday for a load of supplies. James A. Hunter and wife went to Alliance Fri...

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