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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

Mi I: m &h f i fe p-." '-: t Chas. E Ford, President A. S. Rked, R. M. Hampton, Vice Presidents. S. K, Wakrkk Cashier, G. Hampton, Ass't Cashier. First National Bank, ALLIANCE. NEBRASKA. Capita!, $50,000. - Surplus and Profits, $20,000 Chas. E. Ford, A. S. Reed, R. Directors: M Hampton, H G. Wariick, S. K. Warrick. Colorado Coal. Wo have a. new lot of Canon City Coal sells like hot cakes because it is that i The Best. Forest Lumber Co. 'Phone No. 73. Jltl.'wf V,! Coal Company. Prices are pretty firmly fixed and we cannot always sell our black diamonds at the figures we would like to. But we do always see you get 2000 lbs. for a ton. Dierks' Lumber I Coal Co. 1 ) iamonds, Watches, 1 U(Rv J) Gold Jewelry, e cd s Repairing in all its Branches. Souvenirs Hail orders promptly attended to.- sa. XIU. O. Barnes Jeweler and Optician. 9 I. M. HOLLIBAUGH, Proprietor. L. WILSON, Manager. RANCH SUPPLY STORE ibWik 9 m uC'LL e e m EVERYTHING 5S1 TW MARSLAND, NEBRASKA. HOLSTEN'S PHARMACY.... Is...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

THE ALLIANCE HERALD. LL1XCE.. XEB. FRI1)A. P R I L 8. iqo4 () I" v 13 P ? ,l c r c I .I 'I 4 Residence of Dr. Bowman. t 11 11 11 11 I H C K r 7l 1 I ft 'I ) 1 t ) I H li v H i 10 H I' c 1 1 1 I 1 J I I I t I Residence of A. Trlplett. Residence of Judge Spacht. HPEi w rvPIWM BHHHHHHHHHtfuAKiHiH' XlHflHHHHHB IEni M . Vnur M W Eastern Friends will appreciate a J copy of this t'jL - Ed.t.on p -4U J "O -oXui St'v rii - 1-1 aMMiM- -n- nHcT - S3 I t!BV-VH9BT "9KF R!H!SC Residence of J. E. Zblnden. Residence of E. P. Woods. J ! -Il1 II I I' IIC I I I I f - nT"t- MA - MKdEi.t, do"riJu Sa&SSSaHBasKiG V- . Residence of Geo. W. Clark. Waiting for a Home. teMa 1J SlHSJSSSslfiiSf z!m, zMlmM'm MM' &caJujMjaMMUBaHM MHHHHHHH'HHflBH Residence of Mayor Buechenstein. rfggg3grei iiidtot'jtajc 11 Bridge Across the North Platte River South of Alliance. Residence of S. M. Smyser. mi J immPUBpyBP t-S iA9.Tr t i - .p jhhj, ' '" "' '" " , " "y .in... i..i.i,.ii. iuhii jmu llPUliyVJT BBMaiMa I Residenc...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

J. THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Kcefo, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEDRA9KA. Henry It. Crothors, rniihlcr of tho San Francisco Evening Bulletin, died after nn oporntlon for nppondleltls. Reuben a. lovlnggood wns born in a log cabin and Is now president of Sam Houston collogo at Austin, Tox. Glenn Brown lias been elected nn lunorary corresponding member of tho ttoyal lnstltnto of Urltlsh Architects. Clnrk H. Sampson, ono of tho most prominent citizens of St. Ixnils, died iftor n year's illnesH from compllca ;ions of rnoumatlam and Brlght's dls ic.se. i.iu latest rcporta from St. Johns, S. 1, say tho seals captured up to tho present number 250,000, which wili irobably bo increased to 300,000 dur ing April. William N. Armstrong, a member of the cabinet of Kalakaua, tho last king 3f Hawaii, has written nn nccount of a Journey nrouud tho world with his royal mastor. A special from Miles City, "Mont., says: Fully two-thlrdB of tho resi dences and business portion of Miles City are submerged by th...

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

THE ALLIANCE HERALD. ALLIANCE. NEB. E RID AY, APRIL 8, 1904. I ,? tt& w Ism fit HtfC Bwf? BlBBIBBBmB Hij JF BBHBw 7 jx?Sf MJ 't i rfr . B IBwBBk BBi JBBHBiSHBflBBB.'BBMHBEiBBrlBIIB.BBB HLjuflk .Jf H B whahi 0 dBvB&blBiKBEfiiBfliSBHBnkflBBr jtBGHBHBlBHuflL BHBBheBIIv IKm kBhHH9r4tPIH89HOHBflBlBhw? 'flBflHB BBMMjfefruj5i!fl H8IJMlTOiHMPr r c BBHBHSlKBBBBlw&Bki9H BHffiHSBBRr" i!il-. hhhk')i BSHIraBBIH IBExSHuBIBBRR8BBil9BiFfdiByQiPnB9 vSF XHLJiBiMrfiB' JBHbEhIB BWBBBBHWtBflrwBiBTTHIBBBiii tB 1 i yiiyMHH 9?Vt1i& Bb vHHPvHiiBKflHffViSBEHH Pj9KuL'jB mtBL BBBSIVrHI-- wBIHBBBflBPMVIP - H JBHBJBbw" n. """B H&jkIq5 B qX IBv BraSf 'JSttJK H HHPSJKr 'vBa llSVBiffw a kbjmihE BBBhjm jK H Officers S. E. d. F FItzpatrick, S. A. Franklin. J. F. Berry, T. A. E. 4WiWW-x Officers jK2Bh rrallfligjmdia Pr 4B Hti jL'B( f JwbL ''14 3tewM4"JuRL. "iff iBBn KMwXjHBAaHHISHIHBvH IHlHHKBHAc9HHfl79ilBa!f,BBI - rHflH Ba RHB'F4HBBBBPflHHn,c,HHKvMlBmi IIHSraBBBH3 BBfiHBH rmrf B IwlBHMBBilfeiiJjM ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

i m m .- ft 1 F K ' if MP IP fHHe QJhrtfhMj'hfif THE GIRL HALFWAY A STORY OF MY E. HOUGH. At THOU OV TIIH .STORY O V TUB COWlldV Caijriekttd. 130J, fir J). Attliton & ft h ,i ti) , ,ttv Vtrk CHAPTER XXIV Continued. "Ned," sold the tall Irishman, rising and laying n hand upon his shoulder, 'don't ye belavo I'll bo Invin' ye. I've ween the worrld, an 1 must seo it gain, but wance In a while I'll be comin' around hero to see the best man's country on the globe, an' to meet agin the best man I Ivver knew. 311 not till why 1 belave It, for thnt I ran not do. but shure 1 do belave It, this Is the land for you. Don't be rest leas, but abide, an' take ye root here. For Batty, it's no odds. He's seen the "worrld." Batterslelgh's words caused Frank Tin's face to Brow still more grave, and his friend saw and suspected the real cause. "Tut. tut! me boy," he said, "I well know how your wishes lie. It's a noble gyurl ye'vo chosen, as a noble man should do. She may change her thought to-morrow...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

8 THE ALLIANCE HERALD, ALLIANCE., N E 13., FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1004 t 1 r 1 1 i j 1 1 BH liBujhrpK bYBDbIbbbbW HBBBB5(Mk BR? V 9AYibS flv nfllwli VAJfBP BBBBvl TSB,.. t .ii 2 -flBB v - "tfJBl K vP"xj mBLr ?tbb Jbbbi fi bTTIbb" $ -"3bb1 W 1 f rJ 9BpK- T yto .jfBBBBBBBr wri Vvrl r 1 J irtL M VvJlffi I i IFbbbbbbKbb u ? " f I IabbI r 1 jjfr- J -" " 1 A.t'j -flBBBBBBTJBV if ' I fe 3BBBH r F tw - ithFv YBBBBY-r3l lr J I ;H 1 ? - i?igv. 'JA&KLJl? f 1 jk ! PHI I , Mm iiJ2M&BBEr ' ,, ,n 1 xjiii ! 11 i'i .. 1 u j iiij 1 iMiw iimcp. 'yBMMMMMMFMFMMj Watson & Watson. The firm of Watson and Watson, grocers, an Interior view of whoso storo Ih Hhown above, established themselves in business In Alliance sovcn years ago, and have developed a trade that Is a testimonial to the concern's enterprise. The firm makes a specialty of "Good Things to Kat." and it carries them In plenty and va riety. Watson &. Watson carry a stock of groceries that Is In Its range second to none in Alliance and ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

Guy Lockwood GUADtATE CHICAGO SCHOOL OI: EMBALMING k Puueral Director and Kmbalmer Phone -Office 214. K01 205 Expert ljuiy Attendant.. AlllanGe, Nebi ATTOnNKVH. WiLLIAfl MITCHELl ATTORNEY AT HW. ALLIANCE, . - NEBRASKA, li bhi iii;M:r. I'iionk 203 OlTIUBl'IIONKlM). R. C. NOLEMAN, ATTOnNEY AT LAW. ltooms 1, 2 and II, l'lrsl Nutlomil bunk build ing, Alllnneo, Neb. Notary In olllcc. L. A. BERRY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ALLIANCE. NEBRASKA. E. H. Boyd, .. Atioru'sy at Tti-w .. ALLIANCE, NBIIKASKA. Collections given Prompt Attention. SMITH P. TUTTI.K. IIIA K. TASIt. TUTTLE & TASH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. REAL ESTATE, Nortb Miiln St.. - ALLIANCE. NEll. J. E. MOORE, M. D. j-i.etcheii iii.ock, alliance, I5II. Culls ivmswcmhI from oillcu day or night. Telephone No. 02. DRrGTwrCOLTlNS HOMEOPATH Thirty jcurs n.xporlenrp. DUonscs of women mul children and unn-Hiirglt-ui re moval of gull stones nml cum of uprndlct tls, spwilnltles. Ofttco llrst door ivcit of O'Connor's lmknry. . TIioiio liny or night, 1 It...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

1" II E ALLIANCE HE R A L D. A L L I A N C E . NEB. F RIDA Y. APRIL 8. 1004 William King. The half-tone herewith Is an intutlor view of William King's saloon, and a more popular resort of its kind is not to bo found in Nebraska, Mr. King has a wide acquaintance throughout the West nnd there arc few strangers visiting the city who fall to call at his resort before departing. Mr. King was born at Haltimore, Md., July 5, IhGS He enmo west with his parents at an early age. and for several years followed railroading. Four years ago he engaged in the saloon business in Alliance. RAYMOND & QUIVEY. .5. .j. .j. 4. 4. 4. .j. 4.4. $. 4. 4. 4. .. 4. $ .j. 4. .5. .5. . .. .;. 4. .5. .5. 4. .5. .j. 4. 4. .j. .j. .. .j. .j. .j. .. .;. .$. .;. .;. .j. .;. .;. .;. .j. .5. ;. .;. .;. .;. .j. .:...;,.;..x,X-,Mt "5 "H SCHLITZ EXPORT AND BRAU BOTTLED BEER PPPPPPJPPJIBPJpjHPffjHpJPJPPJiPHiM!PiflHfib2ta .drPJPJPJbpPfll PPPPPPPPS2PJPJPJPPPJ0PPJ-PJPJPPPJn - tt jffPJp5PJH!l(s ".wPPPPJl 5wi HH Sl If vV&am...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

8 THE ALLIANCE HERALD, ALLIANCE., NEB., FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1904 i 1 1 1 Tl tho of Leaj l'e nanu 1 esoi1 and se In horn and move hero his yean ka, 5 falo The Alliance Shoe Store, Thos. Olsen , Prop. HE ALLIANCE SHOE STORE. gest and Best in Northwestern Nebraska. Thos. Olsen, Prop, 'ho aboo view of the Interior of Alliance Shoo Store will give the tier a vlvlil lileu of the vustnoss Ills hoot and shoe eniporlutn. It Is of the host appointed shoe stores western Nebraska nnil is located eo doors south of the Alliance pout ce Thomns Olson conducts the IncsB. nnd It Is hy fnr the lending nhllshnient In Us line of Undo in i section of the stnte Mr. Olsen era to none hut the best, and ninkes ipeclnlty of high grade shoes for Icb. gents and children Tho store has a depth of SO feet and Is 25 feet in width, and is lighted by electricity at night In tho rear of tho stole Is a ladles' reception room, furnished with handsome onk settees, and a full Hue of sample goods carried In htock. As tho resu...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

THE ALLIANCE HERALD, AL LIANCE, NEB., FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1904 '' to V8 I Chas. E. Foun, President. 422G S. K. Wauiuck, Cashier. A. S. Kekii, H. M. Hampton; Vice Presidents. G. O. Hampton, Ass't Cashier, THE I FIRST N A TIONAL BANK I ALLIASCK, SKMIASKA CATTAL, $50,000.00 SURPLUS, $10,000.00 IllKKCTOKS Chas. K. Ford, A. S. Reed, It. M. Hampton, H. G. Warrick, S. K. Warriek Kftfffig lK-3 t t t i t t ? 5 . WMBM-fmwmlmF Wls'jZi ?. .J. t t t t t9;' Specialty is Cat tle Paper Out Motto: Safety First; Liberality Next We Always Have Money to Loan "w Send Us Your Alli ance Business Call at Our Bank When in Our City We Solicit Accounts on as Liberal Terms as Safe Banking Will Permit K m4..4.4.444.....4....j....2..j, gaged in editing the Pioneer-drip and Is manager of the only opera house in the city. With all of these varied occupations Mr. Hroome may he classed as a very busy man nt all times Frank M. Broome. Tlio subject of this sketch has been a resident of this section of Nebras ka since Feb...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

frTO ?pippi THE ALLIANCE HERALD, ALLIANCE, N E 13.. FRIDAY. APRIL 8. 1004 iaS fyyfS.ylyyyifS.yfS.ZrSiMyA-l Av3 -, sM VAtf'JvAtvWVA' .eb.oo.ooppiooopppp ?p?pPP& vWWH! W!fr5!K3!&'&S h. King. General flgent lor pip ana Vicinity Family trade especially solicited. $v' - '.Hi Adolph Codrs, golden brewery, Golden.Gold. ' '. DENVER DEPOTAND OFFICE I6T AND WEWATTA STS. OPP.UNION DEPOT. r')!m Jiti?, 1. -1 :-"a PoPpoW W: 5P5P4o4"Sft: 7 WV- W.-7 WH? Wu VA? t.W Ar Sa&Of04.i-cflf .eei -i.v v.7 xi.. r V..-V y-71v t. tiv "va iv". s-wx rirw rsir rsr Goods delivered to any part of city. .V7Wir7Ji-?rX-"y-7 l55lqqf IVNICHVWZWX .-K-j VW-fftSBHW .. j kSritoS " v SfljrTTpirJBfcaB Alliance After the Fire, August 7, 1892. S3 THE Alliance National Bank I" ', ft ."!,., ' s n . i n ft Horseshoe Bend on B. & M. R. R. 50 Miles Northwest of Alliance. "fr THE PIONEER Alliance After the Fire, January 11, 1893. . r iii- i;Mini IUL7 i:i,,Hn iwu p,-rT-v,y l - - " K-v, """ "' ""'uu """ f r i c.v lil...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

TIIK ALLIANCK HERALD, LL1XCK. N'Kll, FRIDAY. APRIL 8, 1904 a i p iU Vi i V gUffltERAU) tlu' plant was about ns thin ns the proprietor's pocket-book, but from the Htnrt was accorded n splendid pat ronnge and probably no country sheet T. J. O'Keefe J. B. Kniest Pub. and Prop. Associate Editor. Official Publication of City and County. Circulation nearly twice that of nn other Alliance paper, nnd the largest of any newspaper in Northwest No btaska. Subscription $1.50 per year, in advance Thos. J. O'Keefe. Publisher of the Herald, wns born at Fulton, 111., ai years ago He ranie west with his parents to Uo Hutte county in Febiuaiy. lS(i In the spring of the snnie year he entered tho otlleo of The "drip," then pub llshed at Nonpareil by Gene Heath as an appi entice. Foi seeral oais he woiked at the pi luting business and attended school at lernately In the spting of -!I3 while teaching school he was induced f JjHf Mia a T. J. O'Keefe. in the state has paid bettei llnanclal I Since its itmo...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

THE ALLIANCE HERALD, ALLIANCE. N'EB. FRIDAY. APRIL 8. m;o4 jf X X X X t X X j. 4.4.4.4. .4.4.4.4..j.4.4-4"l'4'4'4'4"l"S"H,4'4,4',H'4' THE NATIONAL CLUB The many frends of simon Spry W be pleased to learn that he has again engaged X In business In Alliance. Everybody knows the genial Simon. He has been a resident of the town for years and to know him Is to like him. His place Is known as THE NATIONAL CLUB and he carries the popular NATIONAL CLUB LIQUOR which has a national reputation. Everything in his line is the best that money can buy. If you wish to pass an hour In an orderly, well kept place, just drop in at THE NATIONAL CLUB and you'll be treated right, and if you are locking for the boys, you will find them at At ( At 4 4 ! I V EflflflflflR PBttB B UfllflflflflflfllflflrTflflflH Mflflflk . flfljfl ; M"MH ,4.4.4.4.4. The National Club ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA if4.4.4.4..j.4.4.44.4.4.4? 1 F. J. Brennan & Go t DRUGS, PERFUMES AND TOILET ARTICLES PAINTS, OILS and WALL PAPER PRESCRIP...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

THE ALLIANCE HERALD. ALLIANCE. NEB. E R I D AY. APRIL S. K)o. t fc h James C. Foster. A visitor to Mr. Foster's cozy ranch home, a view of which is shown nbovc. will long letnln n pleasant recollec tion of Mr. Foster and his interest ing family. Ho Is a native of l'enn sylvanla ami Mutch 5, IMS. Is the date of his birth. For 30 years Mr Foster resided anions the pines of that mountainous state. during which time ho was mostly engaged in rafting ami logging on the Susquehanna river. In this lino of business ho wns an e pert. In March, 'til, he enlisted in the union cause nnd served to the close of the wnr in the First Hatallion. 1st infantry volunteeis, and also in the -17th infnntry volunteers, taking part in many hard-fought skirmishes. When the wnr ended Mr. Foster re turned to Pennsylvania nnd worked on a farm for four years. Following this he spent four years more fann ing his own land, after which he re moved to western Nebraska and took up a claim twelve miles north of his Geo...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

RIL 8, I g o 4 ?Some Views of the Gregg, Rubottom, Pointof Rocks and Hampton Ranches T 1 1 1-: A h L I A N C E HER A L D, A L L I A N C E., X E 13., F R I D A Y, A P RANCH OF E. I. GREGG Tho following in n kocmI illustration of 111' benutlful ranch liumo of E. 1. Iregg, one of tho moHt prosperous itockmen In the county. This ranch which is Incntcd 1T miles southwest of lllnnec. comprises J.C8U ncrcH, nml Is well Impi overt. It is Btockcrt with mr 100 heart of Durhnm cuttle. The Jmlinnl shown by iMr. Oregg In the picture Ih one of the best ever brought to the county, having been purchnsetl it Alliance for $250.00. Mr. Oregg was the second settler In Hon Hutte otinH having located near llcinlng ford In the spring f '85. Ills dnugh- tr whose picture appears above, was (Ik first 1 1 1 1 o child lioin In the coun ty As well as IioIiik successful stockman. Mr. Gregg lu succeetled In liverslfled farming ami raising small rrults Mis strawberry patch more than supplies his family, and the be...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

r 11 E L L I A X C h II E R A L I). A L L I V X C V . X K It . V RID Y. A P R I L 8. i.,o 1 71 i , & j r I I r THE STAR RANCH Located In Sheridan County and a Most Magnificent Live-Stock Haven. Situated 1C miles notth or Lake side. In Sheridan county, lies the Star rnncli. It consists of S.000 acres of deeded and leased land, nnd n more magnificent stock haven, or a more convenient one, does not exist with in the borders of Nebiaskn. The yearly output of hay. timothy, led top or alfalfa, will easily exceed 2,000 tons, and the seeming boundless range for the winter feeding of great herds of btoek, places it beyond doubt a worthy peer In extent and pioduct ivoness of any other ranch In tho gieat northwest The homo and all outbuildings are COMBINATION CATTLE COMPANY'S RANCHES Owners and Managers of the Crescent and Star Ranches Secietary and Treasmer, .Maltlner, Dendwood, S. D. H K Ankeny. Mumper, Neb Win Mitchell Alliance Neb r MiiMMWMMMM"''gntWM'TffJKr Throwing a Steer. A. feeder...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

T1IK LL1NCK IIKRALI), ALLIAXCH.. X H R. V R I I) . P R I L 8. kjo4 HEMINQFORDBUSINESS MEN AND STOCKMEN HM.4Mfr-Hfr4..t"H"M illl ! I I I I I I 1 MM M"H"H ,1'4. 'J' :"- -'v Jz . ...... . - " - J HSSSETW c " S-!g'- lolgh and How Embree make their residence here, ministering to as many churches. They are all friend ly and Hoclahlc and men whom It Is a pleasure to know. There- aro several fine residences, among the host being those of Alonzo Sherwood, II. 12. Johnson, Win. Fosket. H. It. Green, A. M. Miller. Dr. Elkner and the Norwegian parsonage. First State Bank. The First State Hank of Homing ford, Neb., was first organized by Elmer Eager and his father, Hewitt Eager, of Heaver Crossing. Neb. Mr. Klmer Kager was married at Heaver II. Green and J. II. Shirk. Mr. Eager has since sold his stock. From the first confidence was man ifested, peoplo tributary to Hcmlng ford came In and deposited their mon ey, loans were transferred nnd a con stantly increasing business has been done since. Th...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

I!ll- M.I.I M I" IlKRM.l), L1 1 Xt 1-. I" It FRIDW. PRIL S. i got 5l8lttll8l8lt i C, J, WI General Merchandise Establishment '? i I r . H ffuH t Eg H MB HbT "" HSfVi B Is Ni1 H wfli mm'wISvIiu iBhI! HwBm IIBB IH Mi " " ' 'f wn at wsijiirimfynHir:inrr,iBHiiTi V P r T H t- T? BffiHSnHl9HHHHB9B09HBBE!rrMVJ BPi TffiHllllMllllllMlB1 twhB HBOT 5! JhvSKnJw .H'jHIHkJ0wHM'4 Jew"? dT 'TBrim' jsSQ&BalHl m Ranch of J. James F. Whelan. Down east In the state where It Is said the festive mosquito is as largo as turkey Gobblers, New .Jersey, In 1851, Mr. "Whelan arrived on this mun dane sphere. With his parents, two years later, ho went to WaukeRan. 111., whero after a residence of four years they removed to near Mon mouth. 111., where Mr. Whclan's father engaged in farming for one year. All the years following, until 1G years ago, Mr. Whelan was employed in various occupations near Monmouth. In 1SSS. with his family, he came to Box Butte county and engaged in ranch ing. At present Mr. Whelan ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 8 April 1904

THE ALLIANCE HERALD. LL1AXCE, NEB, FRIDAY, APRIL 8. 1904. 20 tlmo of tho killing ho was chief of scouts nml whb stationed nt Fort Itolilnson. Perhaps no other man lms done inuro to conquor and clvlllzo tho Bnvago Indian than Llttlo Bat. Wb invaluahlo services to tho government In times of Indian wars will go down the pages of tlmu as niomentoes of dauntless brnvery. Llttlo Hat is seen stnndlng in center of group, with his two daughters on either side. His Equnw wlfo stands to tho right, hold ing a papoose, while his son John, who Is at present chief of scouts, Is to the extreme loft of tho view. Tho two gentlemon on horseback nro ofllcers of tho army, one of whom wns ac companied by his wife. country, near tho head of Chndron creek, nnd lay there quietly in camp. General Thornburg followed up with 1,000 troops and camped on Uroncho lake, now near tho town Bite of Alli ance. Here Genernl Thornburg was relieved of his command, and was succeeded by General McKinzle. Tho little band of ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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