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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 12 September 1902

; .f l.-JN I C :V 'X X Y i BMC As rretldont MsT It is said in Washington that when two Bostonlans who wore calling upon President Roosovolt the other day ex pressed tho hopo that the Monroe doc trino might not lead tho government Into war with any foreign power tho president replied: "War? Do you think I'm going to have a war whllo Cm cooped up here in the whlto house? Well, I guess not." Set New Fit lit on. Mrs. Alfred Harmsworlh, wife of tho London publisher, has raado a sensa tion In Paris by appearing In a most novel automobile coat, mado of th hide of a perfectly whlto colt, trimmed with sable tails and havlug a largo collar, which can be turned up and but toned so as to leave only her eyes and tho tip of her nose exposed. Signal Under the Sea. A discovery waB made In Boston harbor recently, when representatives of the Submarine Signal company found that the blows on their sub marine boll, striking in the upper har bor, caUBed vibrations, and, further more, that the sound could...

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. — 12 September 1902

"5vfc 3lVia,ttca .waV. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Official Publication of Box Butte county. T. J. O'KCKFE. JAMES WILCOX . EDITORS tEnleml attlia I'osUimco nt Alliance, Nebraska, n Bccoml-Oltud Mnll Matter. RATCB OP SUQBOniPTION. l'crycftr(ln advance) aMI Three tnontlm. -i0," Blxinoittiw 75 ISamploeople free to any address J3T Advertising tvtt mmln known on application. The City of Alliance. Alliance U thriving, puililng, growing Httlo city of 3M0 souls, Willi ft future full of promiseIndeed, no bright Is tlio outlook, It Is freely predicted that within five years It will have a popula tlon of from 5000 to 6000. In ull of Northwest Nobraska thoro Is no town, In point of popultttlon iintl volume of business, that can approach It. Its railroad facilities are tho best, being located on tho main lino Of thogrent Hurllngtoti find Missouri IMver railroad system i and Its schools and churchM nro not surpassed liny whore. Itspcoplo nro hospitable, enterprising nnd Intelligent. Its ell mat u Is ...

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. — 12 September 1902

V Wy I i 3 ?t- , K. l ' ?'.l& : ft 1-1 W Tj t.. " TauvVs AJDa o "SVuxvkvw.., j w FROM CRADLE TO ORAVK. Rocked in a cradle the furniture trust Sold at n price that's extortionate quite; The woolen trust furnished to cover his form A tariff-taxed blanket of white. The doctor who called with his medicine case To minister unto his infantile pains Used glass trust bottles to hold the old drugs A drug trust had gobbled to add to its gains. Shod in poor shoes that the feather trust made i Happy his way to the schoolhouse he took, The school supply trust made the bench where he sat, And a trust also made his first spelling book. ' Homewaid at night, there were chores to bo done, His was a boyhood of unending toil The pail that he milked in a tariff-taxed one, He studied his books by monopoly oil. Plowing with plows that the plow trust had made. Harvesting grain with a tariff-taxed twine; Toiling from sun-up to evening's dark shade Threshing with thresher made by a combine. Hauled grain ...

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. — 12 September 1902

ENGLISHMAN AND TURK. air tho Former Obtained Some Cash Orrcil for ! Latter. An Englishman Iibb just bad a very carious experience, Bays tlio London Telegraph. Ho had lent n Turk somo money, but tbo inan Wbb unnble to ly nnd on his deathhed laid a par ttcular charge on his wlfo nnd chil dren to meet the debt. Tbo eldest son was making arrangements according ly, but also died, nnd bo, too, begged his family to pay ibo money hb soon B they could. , Ono day tbo Englishman received n Tlslt from n member of the family, who said that thcro wcro now four members of it left, nnd they were ready to pay, but one of tbo dnughtcrs refused to Bubscrlbo her share, dcclar lag tbnt tbo money was never really lent The others, however, wished to settle the matter, and if tho English man would como to the bouso it would be arranged. "But," tbo Turk ndded, If you boo thero Is any difficulty Just say that you leave It to bn settled In tbo next worldl" Accordingly tbo Englishman went to tho house at tho a...

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. — 12 September 1902

JK T A- X -- 1 y i I v- GOES TO BOTTOM GERMAN GUNBOAT FIRE3 ON FIRMINI8T VE83EL. THE CREW HAKE THEIR ESCAPE First the Vessel Is Fired, After Which Thirty Shells 8hatter It to Pieces Uncle 8am Is Not Involved in the Matter. CAPE HAYTIEN, Haytl, Sept. 8. Tho gunboat Crete-a-Plerrot, which was In tho service of tho Firmlnlst party, has been sunk at tho entrance Of tho harbor of Gonalves by tho Gorman gunboat Panther. Details of the occurrence are lacking. Tho crew of tho Crete-a-Picrrot left It before It went down. PORT All PRINCE, Haytl, Sept. 8. Tho German gunboat Panther arrived hero September 5 and received Instruc tions from the German government to capture tho Firmlnlst gunboat Crete-a-Plerrot It left Immediately for Qon alves, tho seat of the FirmtnlBt gov ernment. Panther found Crcte-a-Pler-rot in tho harbor of Gonalves and tho commander of the German gunboat In formed Admiral Kllllck on Crete-a-Plcrrot that ho must remove his crew and surrender his vessel In five min utes. Adm...

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. — 12 September 1902

ft.' ' IS V The News at Hemingford. .KEITH L. PIERCE, RcronTin. (Keith !, Plerco Is fully authorised to so licit subscriptions and Jot wort and collect and receipt for same, and transact nil othor business In connection with his position as an accredited representative of this papcr.1 B. A M. TIME TABLE. PaMonscf trains lcavo Hemingford, dally, as follows: No. 41, wosU..9:Wa.m. No. 42, cast... 3: 44 p.m. All regular trains carry passengers. P. II. Fitch went to Alliance Monday. IP. A, NcchindrcturncdMonday from Omaha. Mrs. Lcora Rustln Is clerking at C. J. Wlldy's store. C. J. V.'ildy went to his ranch at Malinda Monday. Oran F. Foskct was a Hemingford visitor Wednesday. 15.E. Johnson and II. H, Plerco went to Canton Wednesday. Peter Watson and wife were In from Sioux county Wednesday. James Curry wbb transacting busi ness In Ucinlngford Tuesday. Claude Brown la working In the meat market for H. L. Ilushnell. Mrs. Alice A. Curtis and Bon Hen of Canton were In tovvn Saturday. Mrs. Ki...

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. — 26 September 1902

VWnv -ri-wi-f wWffjr -pp. iance Carnival Races, October 6, 7, 8 and 9. $4,000 in Purses. .jj.:.s.:s.:s.:.:.:-j-m OFFICIAL PUBLICATION & OF BOX BUTTE OOUNTY AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER IN THE OOUNTY. w VVK MAKE A 8PE0IALTY J- orHiQH CLAaoooMMcn- 4 4 CIAL PRINTING. 8PLEN DID PRE88K& AND TYPE. JL XTLJZi JjLJLJXxTLlii 'w C4 JL aX-JlxJLJ-J H&"H5'ISJ5J,JH,$1 VOLUME IX, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1902, NUMBER 40, 1 11 pin.' 1WI1I1 1 1 MiHWl l J jm'MIWIIIW. .'J L 1 INI & " 4 FkA 1 r ? A 4 tf All ? -y- u x i r 1 r 4 Groceries. I We Want... YOUR TRADE, j Let us figure with you on 'your haying hill. - Largest and most com pletc stock of GROCER IES in Northwestern Nebraska. Actually the Lowest prico and best Quality. Your trade solicited. Fresh baked goods always on hand. Yours for fair dealing. Alliance Grocery Co g aes9eee9aaee sang Minnesota High Grade Fancy Patent Flour, "Richelieu, The Best Flour on Earth. Sold Only by... LEE ACHESON. n J. B. ...

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. — 26 September 1902

rrJw lu. Yields Love and Life Al If? sA Recent Suicide Makes Public an Extraordinary Case of Self -Sacrifice . ... WVWWM f"jrlY dear wife, my love, I lovo I IV1 1 you. I will leave you at 1 MM o'clock. May God bless you. tfiftv For you I will leave $10,000. My lovo was greater than word can tell. BILL." Theso words, scrawled with trom bllng hand on a sheet Of common note paper, wero addressed to Mrs. harle Stierle, Newlon, Mont, by tho man who first married her, William W. Hately. Then, on tho lawn In front of his boardlng-houso at Omaha, and with his former's wife name upon his lips, Hately killed himself by shooting. Hatcly went to Omaha many years ago, as tho residents of that now city 4 William Hately. uso tho torm "many." Fifteen years ago ho entered a clothing company's employment and soon became one of its most trusted employes. Three years later Mattio May Lowo, the daughter of a family well known and In comfortable circumstances, be came his wife. Two childron wero born as ...

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. — 26 September 1902

m i t .rX i.. i x Miscellaneous Advertisements. MooooHohoMooXoitoatoitooVio axvJi 5axvc 1 Groceries. .RANCH. SwwYves. r? The Best of AND OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.... live Us a Trial H Ijas. Graham. 'PHONE 50. lYrrrsTrryvrrsTrsrrrrrrra ,jt ,!-! .- .-.!--- J 75 J ALLIANCE Steam Ss&utv&T. C.L Is a good dog, but Hold fast is better. Without any boasting we wish to say, our old customers stay with us new cus tomers come to us be cause they find their linen done up as they like it COLLARS and CUFFS Given that nice, firm finish so suitable for hot sjfe weather. Shirts finished anyway you want them. Try us and be satisfied. Nelson, Pierce & Co., onsi :f,tf,:,tf,'t?,,?,K,tf,Sl',i",aoK, j?k II. M.Tlmo Tabic. TIMETABLE Alliance, Neb. LINCOLN, OMAHA, CHICAGO, ST. JOSEPH, KANSAS CITY, DENVER, HELENA, BUTTE, SALT LAKE CITY, PORTLAND, SAN FRANCISCO. ST. LOUIS, and nil points cast tiud all points west and SOUlll. Tiiains Leave as 1'olt.ows, Mountain Time No. 41 Passenger dully. Deadwood, ni...

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. — 26 September 1902

1, N K PUBLISHED KVERY FRIDAY. Official Publication of Box Butte CountUi- T. J. O'KEEFEt JAME8 WILOOX. V .EDITORS, (Entered it tho Vostonico at Alliance, Nobraska, as Second-Class Jlall Matter. nTi op uoairriON. 1'cr year (In advance) tl.W I Thrconionths...... 40 cent Kljciiiontln 758amplocoplesfreotoanynddrcss tar Atlr crtUlw; rates tnado known on application. The City of Alliance. Alllanco Is a thriving, pushlnjr, Rrowlni? llttlo city of 3300 souls, with a future full of promise Indeed, so bright Is tho outlook, It Is freely predicted that within flro years It will have a popula tion of from 5000 to fiOOO. In all df Northwest Nebraska thoro Is no town, In point of population and volume of business, that can approach It. Its railroad facilities aro tho best, being located on tho main lino of tho went liurllngton and Missouri Mrcr railroad Hjstcm! and Its schools and churches aro not surpassed any whore. Its people aro hospitable, enterprising and Intelligent. Ita climate Is healthf...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 September 1902

! &r 'TV 1 V-r , i k ..". " 1 w vJjCiaiLiWsX)a o taklTv$... , . . ALLIANCE. I ain't a go!n' t' say a word ag'jn th' towns I've saw From Kankakco to Kewanee an' up t' Saginaw; From Memphis up t Cripple Creek an back t' ol' Saint Joe, Topeker, Denver, Helena, an' down t' Kokomo; From Kennebcck way down in Maine, t' Frisco on th' bay I've walked a-foot an' earned my grub a workin' by th' day. But I would like t' settle down till ol' Gabe's final toot In busy young Alliance in or Box . ' Butte. She's enterprisin' business men, an' they ,y are up t' snuff; She lacks that class o' citizens that slangy folks call tuff. Her citizens are wideawake, their latch strings always out, An' always pull together without a sulk or pout. An' so I'd like t' settle there th' balance o' my life Quite sure there'd be a plenty for th' chil'rcn an' th' wife. They've got the schools an' churches that I'm mighty sure would suit In busy young Alliance in Ol' Box Butte. I'd want t be an instrument t work th...

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. — 26 September 1902

MISSED THE PARTY, Why One Olrl Ilnd to Koep flcclnded. For Orcr n Week. ' They wcro tvro pretty girls, nnd when fcioy happened to meet on ouo of tho Rulet streets or the city tho girl In fcrny turned mid walked In Uio dlrec Uon tho other ono had tnken. "Now, 1 uo know nil about tho par ty," Bald tho ono tt'ho hnd turned. "I'vo boon Just dying to boo you and havo you toll me." "Oh, but I wnsn't thcro at all," Bald her companion. "This Is tho first time I'vo been out of tho houso for mora lhan a -week." "Why, have you been HI?" her friend Inquired, surprised and solicitous. "No, I really think it itob worao than that," she replied. "Xou know I'm a Httlo proud of my balr, for It's my ono redeeming point" tnodestly "and becauso It 1b naturally fcravy It 1b always fluffiest after it has been shampooed. "A day or two bororo tho party 1 trashed my hair, using what I thought iwas borax In tho Water. When I at tempted to dry my erstwhllo 'bonnlo brown curls' thoy wcro stringy nnd bard nnd lo...

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. — 26 September 1902

Jfcy- t M A X N.1- r i h GET PETER OLSEN MURDERER OF MARY PETERSON FATALLY SHOT. IS SEEN ON THE STREETS Officer at Once Start In Pursuit Mur derer Draws a Revolver When Over hauled Hlo Movement Brings Three Shots. BANCROFT, Neb., Sept 22. Peter Olsen, who shot Mary Peterson In Omaha on the night of September 8, was shot and almost Instantly killed here yesterday. He came to town lasi! evening and registered at tho Park hotel as W. Johnson, having supper, bed and breakfast, paying for the came In tho morning. He was around town all evening and got shaved at the bar ber shop, 'but was not recognized bji anyone. Yesterday morning Led1 Fletcher came to town, and although he only saw Olsen onoo about si months ago, he recognized him, bui was not certain enough to cause hid arrest. He left a man to watch him and hurried out in the country for Mi P. Johnson, an uncle of the murdered girl, and with whom Olsen had visited lost June. Olsen also recognized Mr. Fletcher and seemed to know they ...

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. — 26 September 1902

l. The News KEITH L. Keith I ricrco 1 fully nuthorleed to so licit subscriptions and job work and collect and receipt for name, and trnnsnet nil otlier business In connection with his position as tin accredited representative of this paper. B. & M. TIME TABLE. Passenger trains lcaro Hemingford, dally, m follows: No. 41, west... 0:40a.m. I No. 42, east,,.3s41 p.ra. All regular train carry passengers. Leo llrandle wub In town Tuesday. Mrs. Vermilion in vislMnjr Mrs. K L. Pierce. Agnes Esanoy returned from Coun cil Muffs Sunday. Glenn Pierce has boon ill with croup for a few days. William Culver of Marplo was In Hemingford Tuesday. Miss Grace Wheeler wont to Denver Friday to 6ludy music. A. C. Whlcher shipped nnothcr car of horScs to Iown Friday. Tim Morrissoy shipped a car of sheep to Omaha Saturday. llennctt Curtis of Canton was a Hemingford visitor Tuesday. Mrs. Earnest left for Denver Mon day to bo gone for some time. Miss Kuto llano spent u day or two this week with Miss Mary ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 September 1902

Il ? Itl, K I The News KEITH L. tKelth rricrcj in fully nuthorlr-ed to so licit subscriptions and Job work and collect and receipt for mine, and transact nil other business In connection with ItU position an nn accredited roprcscntAtlro of this paper. B. A M. TIME TABLE. Passenger train leave Ilcmlngford, dally, M follows: No. 4lf west... P: 40a.m. 1 No. 42, cast,. .3:44 p.m. All regular trains carry passenRcrs, Leo Brandlo was In town Tuesday. Mrs. Vcrmlliou In visiting Mrs. K. L. Pierce. Agnes Esancy returned from Coun cil Bluffs Sunday. Glenn Pierce has been ill with croup for a f ow days. William Culver of Marplo was in Hemlngford Tuesday. Miss Graco Wheeler wont to Denver Friday to study music. A. 0. Whlcher shipped another car of liorses to Iowa Friday. Tim Morrlssoy shipped a car of sheep to Omaha Saturday. . llcnnett Curtis of Canton was a Ilcmlngford visitor Tuesday. Mrs. Earnest left for Denver Mon day to bo pone for some time. Miss Kate llano spent a day or two this week ...

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. — 17 October 1902

-:' WWV fW' '. 7T . o?fa V $-S;SJ-iSJ5Ht Herald. $:!k:Vw$m. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF BOX BUTTE OOUNTY $ AND ONLY DEMOCRATIO PAPER IN THE COUNTY. 4 W8 MAKE A 8PE0IALTY OF HIGH OLABBOOMMBft- uiau PHINTINU. 8PLEN sH:s$.:.::-HsH':-,$4 4 DID PRESSES AND TYPE. S ....v.;... VOLUME IX. ALLIANCE, BOX, BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1902, " NUMBER 43, .' ZAP' ZtUjtZ -"' i ftHSl The Alliance if? !f .a fo- r; y U Groceries. ioce&'beeocooca Grapes Better Get S Them Quick; . 5 4 Time is Short 5 5 and They Will be no S Cheaper fcr 9 I Alliance Grocery Go Minnesota High Grade Fancy Patent Flour, "Richelieu, f The Best Flouu on Earth: 'sSbld M Only by... LEE ACHESON. Number 41 Is Held Up. When four or five miles out of Lincoln last Saturday morning at about 1:30 o'clock No. 41 was held up and .the express car robbed by three or fgurrnenjjbo seemed to know exactly how to do it. The train was stopped by a red-light signal and the engineer and fireman compelled to un couple the engine 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. — 17 October 1902

THE ALLWffiE T. J. otacfe, P HERALD Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. NOTICE OF TAX SALE. Notice Is heroby given thai the follow ing described lands and lots In J)ox Butte county, Ndbrsuka, on which the taxea for tho year 1901 remain unpaid, will be sold at the Court House In Alliance, Neb,, for taxes due thereon respectively on the first Monday In November, 1002, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 4 p. m. .Dated at Alliance this 1st day or Octo ber, 1902, De. NeK Ne EH tvw, B. 6 6 B it Ne ......15 Nw ....IS N 20 So .....20 NW ....21 Be .,,,.22 So ne...23 8w no.. 23 Nw ....26 E14 e..S6 Nw .... 1 BO Nw ... 6 Nfc ae..lS 8 ......20 Smi Jin NV4ww , so nw24 Ntt ne.SS SH nH- Se 16 Se .,..,.27 Ne .....28 No .... 29 BW .....30 No ..,,.34 Nw .... 1 Nw .... 1 Ne 2 Part nw 2 ALEX MUIRIIEAD. County Treasurer. 2 18 2 57 2 57 2S3 ass 2S3 223 233 2 67 233 2 31 233 233 2 67 233 1 83 207 188 4 52 2 83 2 67 233 T. R.Amt Bo 21 2t 47 1 83 aw ., 22 24 47 1 83 Me 23 1 33 Ne ,,,,,,..,.24 .. ,. 83 Bw 24...

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. — 17 October 1902

i ' tet i r 1 1 fc I tf A TftPg HERO. One oF tho Kind That Get Little Recognition Here DcIott. Did you ever know fi hero rent well? I know at least one and quite Intimate ly. Who? I am afraid you would hard ly recognize his name, and besides It would not be just right to give It here. He Is only an old bachelor who works In a shop, lie has been at one bcuch for something like well, from this you may judge: When ho began, he was fresh from school, lie lives In n little frame house, with an absurd little back yard hardly moro than big enough for the syrlnga bush and tho ash bar rel. "The first morning I started for the Bhop," ho once told me, "I cut across the back yard and climbed the fence. I lmvq been doing It ever since, and It has been n long time." In the tiny lawn Is worn a deep footpath. The top rail of the back fenco Is smoothly pol ished. Ills feet wore tho path. Ills hands polished the rail. And all these years ho has worked at tho .same bench, doing the same work. Not that...

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. — 17 October 1902

v1 y PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Official Publication of Dox Butte Countu.- T. i. O'KEEFB, .EoiTon. rr i i Entered nt t!io IVwtonico nt Alllnhco, Nehraskn, as poconu-uiass man fliaiwj.i . ... nATCB OP SUBSCRIPTION. Porycnrlta ndrance) tl.M I Throo month 40 cents Hlx months 75 1 Bauiplo coplei free to nny address jy AdvcrtlnlnR rates tnndo known on application. Keep it Before Die People. (From the Omaha'Bcc, Juno gth, 7th Col., 1st Page. From tho staff cor respondent in Lincoln.) It may bo interesting to give for what It is worth some information vol by John N. Baldwin, of Iowa, who has been here this week trying to fix up the railroad tax case for tho Union Pacific, in whose department ho is retained. In a loquacious mood Judge Baldwin de clared: "We arc not bothering about tho governorship any more. That's been settled. Wo had a conference a day or two ago, and WE- ALL AGREED ON MICKEY AS OUR MAN."' VTtTfTyTTHTTTTVVTTyTT VfVf f TtTtT.TTyfrfTI Fusion Ticket. STATE. For Governor W. H. TH...

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. — 17 October 1902

o "4. "if-0, '" VW'.', I1--',.' !$& ' ;? v"- Y .' .. ff'V f - ! JS rC ' rf N- Whsf '' il TXtautfui'sAlDa o "dvtfkw$... Holy .Moses! Moses P. (for Persistent) Kinkaid, Three times now the race you have made. Your yearning for office 13 something inimenso, Your greed for official pic something in tense; , But, Moses Kinkaid, I'm truly afraid The people will heat you in sheer sclf defensc. Moses P. (for Perspiring) Kinkaid, Your'c going to he left in the shade. Your struggle for office this time won't avail; From the very first, Mose, you were fated to fail. Though, Moses Kinkaid, Full stress you have laid Oii "Let well enough he" and the "full dinner pail." Moses P. (for Perversion) Kinkaid, Against you sound sense is anayed. You stand for high taxes, for tariff for pelf, And talk of the people but think of your - self. But, Moses Kinkaid, As heretofore said, Your'c going to be laid on the very back shelf. Elmer J. Burkett, republican candi date for congress in the First district,...

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