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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 17 June 1904

THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefe, Publisher. M.LIANCE, NEBRASKA. Tho appearance of tho nnt indicates that the season for picnics is again n hand. No matter how protty a girl Is, sho em't affo'rd not to know at least a Mttlo something. If the man who rocks tho boat were tho only ono to drown, tho mourning wouldn't bo so general. Now Is tho time for the Russian poets to glvo us something about "tho Jaines they left behind them." , Joo Jefferson states that comedy Is serious business. Wc'vo seen some farces that wcro painfully tragic. Lord Lansdowno's statement that war oxIbIs In Tibet Is somewhat tardy. Tho Tibetans realized It weeks ago. llascball Is said to euro InBomnln. nut what wo' want to know Is what v.lll euro some of tho baseball players. Hlshop Anderson's objection to hav hg his salary Increased makes him ono of the most lonesome persons In tro country. Considering tho number of men who hnvo roaBtod pianos It Is surprising It tool: so long to think of tho ldcn of burning th...

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. — 17 June 1904

4 r wftffff$ti DARKEST UV II. GnATTAJf PONXELI.T. Copyright, 1S9, by Street A Smith, All rights reserved. 3WlyiWUwnvriwWV CHAPTER VI. Continued. Paul Nazlmoft said little. But It was evident that tho story had made a deop impression upon him. and that his gratitude to Cobb was too great at tho tlmo to trust himself to Its ex pression In words. Cobb found himself tho center of an admiring audience, and all tho warmth of congrhtulatlon ho received would liave made any man feel proud to be the hero of tho hour. Ho tried hard to put an end to the scene. It was becoming somewhat embarrassing to find himself tho center Of attention. In vain he protested that ho had done no more for Aloxls than any mafi would have done for another under tho circumstances. "But you forget," urged one of tho Itusslan naval officers present, "that your own life was to bo spared. You were merely to bo held for ransom. By this act you periled that life to save that of a stranger." "Well." replied Cobb, with a s...

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. — 17 June 1904

t The Bloody Deed IS DON rncaisawii Some cases need heroic treatment and this is one of them. On account of the continued cold spring, we find we are troubled with SUITITIS,which in the Fam ous Dictionary means too many suits. We bought liberally this springandare show ing more new, nobby suits of this season makes than all other stores together. We hate to do it, but there is no other remedy, so we have CUT THE HEART OUT of Clothing prices. Never before in Alliance have such Clothing Values been offered. We have eclipsed all previous efforts in this sale. COME IN and see the Goods and prices. Read on: 60 Pairs W. L. Douglas' Patent Vici Kid Shoes, $3.19 A fine line of patterns of our celebrated Sterling Suits, non-breakable fronts, . hand-made collars, $12.50 and $13.50 tfQ O ? values, all wool fabrics, now tPs(jJ Blue Serge Suits, hand-made, lined with best quality Alapaca, non-breakable, stay-there front, hand-filled colIar,fast colors guaranteed absolutely; we in- Q T tended to ...

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. — 24 June 1904

.t f rt" "1 1 ,. The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of Box Butte County. Largest Circu lation of any Al liance Paper, VOLUME XI. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1904, NUMBER 27 V IB'i iti, t J Don't Overwork Your Mandkerchief. It is economy to use more. Hard washing Is hard wear. Think it over! Then buy more! HORACE BOGUE mi ' ' i. I Saturday is EMBROIDERY DAY I -J i " e9oocQoossseeeoeocooovooco -i -m -tntt m -r a rn 0 e a 0 u In Alliance 16-30 of every month. J Office over The Famous . ... 'Phone 391. 9 e00$0800C9Q0e9CeC896Q Big FURNITURE Sale or Buffets, China Closets Sideboards, Bookcases Extension Tables Being- closed out at cost at B. F. Lockwood Co. Everything from kitchen to parlor, going at cost prices. Lockwood's A beautiful set of Blue dishes, gold lined. Former price Szo.oo now selling at Si 2. 50 Lockwood's. Lockwood's are selling out every thing at cost. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD at B. F, Lockwood Co's. Business Local Column. Advertisements in t...

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. — 24 June 1904

illkccP11 m mf5, Handkerchief Kimono. Handkerchiefs ns material for gar ments of various Borts arc continual' ly growing In domnnd, but nro novor more attractive than when mado up Into a It I mono bucIi as tho one illus iTAted. Those used for tho model nro or white Jnpaneso silk with border of bluo silk dotted with white, but there nro innumerable ones from Mil (eh n choice can bo mado. Thoso of linen with borders nro pretty and nUvnys launder satisfactorily, and dealers nro also showing a considera ble vnrlety woven specially for pur- DcBlgn by May Manton. poses of tho sort. Tho handkerchiefs nro Joined on Indicated lines and nro o ndjustcd as to form deep points In fronts, back and sleeves, while tho neck edges aro turned over to glyo n collar- effect. To make tho kimono for n woman of medium slzo will bo required flvo handkerchiefs 20 inches squnro or, If preferred, It can be made from matorlal with applied banding, In which caso 3 yards 22, 27 or 32 or 2 yards 44 Inches wide, wi...

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. — 24 June 1904

( i , 14 f h Great Orators Develop Old. The "Boy Omtor" has no placo in biierwiii Cody's "A Solcctton from tho World's Ore-it OrntlonB" for the reason that orators, to bo orators, ho says, must havo reachod advanced years. In his own words: "Slnco knowledge of life comes only with experience, tho greatest orations navo usually boen spoken when tho orator was In mo fullness of his powora, If not actually old. Cluuuara's groat speeches were all spoken In his old nge; Aiirnbenu's great speech carno al most at tho end of his life; Domos tnenos' greatest oration was his last; Burke was 45 when tho first of his great speeches was delivered, and nearly be at the tlmo of tho speeches impeaching Warren Hastings." Indeed, tho only speech in Mr. Cody'B collection delivered in tho early life of tho orator is Orattan's, spoken when he was 34 and "that ago can hardly bo called youthful." The man who wants tho earth is al ways the first to kick when a little dust blows In his eyes. It Isn't the fa...

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. — 24 June 1904

Just to help business along for a limited time I start the ball rolling with pure Leaf Lard, in any quantity, at o cents per pound. You will find a good price on Vigor at 10c per pkge. Two pUgs. of Gloss Starch selling rapidly at 10c lb. Increasing the sale of Rice at 20 lbs. for a dollar. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Prunes 20 lbs.Si. To help the packing houses out a little, Iiacon at 15 cents per pound. A great manv other bargains too numerous to mention. Til CSC prices can't last long Come Early, Join the Crowd and Receive a Cordial Welcome at GRAHAM'S GROCERY STORE 'Phone 5O Corbin Building If You Have Never Bought HARDWARE at TRY IT ONCE! You will be Pleased with the Quality and We L'-uarantee" satisfaction. No trouble to goods and quote prices. -- - --"- - --?. INflCI-SOIV FLICTCIIKR FIRE INSURANCE AG-ENT REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE COMPANIES. Hartford l'lni Insurance Company. North American of Philadelphia. Phoenix of Ulooulyn. Nuw York. Continental of New York Olt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 June 1904

$M&&&g&gfa&fe&B&&&&&&i6 && life ii&fegfc Jk g&s . Sfe fe?ir;i6feMr- -8fc M&-. .fcvjSKg; 5&. iSfe gfe 3& :& &&(& if m. W v. h h I 4 REMEMBER THE FOURTH OF JULY! m 7 S M J -4 li ; ' 1 $ ! ! I ' 1 l ' 1 ' 1 I C i i 1 W' ' "' 'Mr'" H3SHH ixaara it iter's AND EVERY HAN, WOMAN AND CHILD TllLST HAVE SOMETHING FOR THE DAY m Depart ent S tore Yov will find anything you want to help make the day a pleasure and for one week will make ONE BIG CUT IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. An Man Ciiflfc that sold for $10 to $12, ITien S !?UlLb will sell them tor jfojL - Onlv one week of this special sale. ALL OF OUR HIGH-GRADE SHIRTS made from the best Madras and Percale, and Fast Colors, For one 50 week only Ladies' Shirt Waists Lot 1. Shirt Waists in Percale, Fast Colors, )C Shirt Waists in Percale. " onlv "t Only $1 Each T. WASH GOODS ! WASH GOODS! bToJ-t in this department. Lawns and Dimities, Fast Colors, worth 10 and 12...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 June 1904

THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. Tho man that novor has to wrlto cf( a Iobb has mighty ltttlo olso to post An eastern millionaire has cinched (ho domestic situation by marrying his cook. Look out for tho woman who says: "You know I novor gossip, but did you hear," etc., etc. Can it be true that Ma 1b flirting with Mr. Toullsan, chief of tho Chi nese bandits? Wo'll toll Pa. When a man slaps tho public In tho fnco ho need not expect It to drop on Its knees and kiss his hand. Alfred Austin now publishes nn odo entitled "Forgiveness." But If Mr. Austin Is really penitent lot htm keep quiet. An automobile lias caused ft Bt. Louis man and his wlfo to go Into tho dlvorco court. It has now dono Us worst. Tho uro of '"mustard brown" socks In tho United States army will prob ably result In placing every soldier In the smart set. At first It Is hard to And a nnmo for the baby, but when tho poor old man gets to walking tho floor at nlghti with It names como easy...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 June 1904

k 4 1 flt, R i woW DARKEST RUSSIA nr m. oratta donneixt. Copyright, 189, by Street A MllVMMi) CHAPTER VII. Ilda Barosky. Thero nppearod for a moment a young girl, bearing a violin and bow It was only for a moment between tho two servants, Azof and Hanajka. With a quick gesture sho threw aside tho servants, and with flashing eyes and head erect she advanced to tho center of tho room. "Who Is responsible for this out rage this Insult? Who is master here?" she demanded, in quick, Impas sioned tones, while her face Indicated tho terrible excitement which pos sessed her. Paul Nazlmoft advanced quickly. "Stop, girl! You forget yourself and who you are. You were commanded hero by me Paul, Count Nazlmoft " "Who and what is Paul, Count Na Elmoff, that ho should command me?" was the Imperious answer. "Am I your servant, your serf, your child, or your debtor? I am a free-born Russian, no slave, and I shall not obey you!" Count Nazlmoff, by his command had thrown down the gago of battle, and Il...

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. — 24 June 1904

lood y Deed I s DONE Some cases need heroic treatment, and this is one of them. On account of the continued cold spring, we find we are troubled with SUlTITSS.which in the Fam ous Dictionary means too many suits. We bought liberally this springandare show ing more new, nobby suits of this season makes than ail other stores together. We hate to do it, but there is no other remedy, so we have CUT THE HEART OUT of Clothing prices. Never before in Alliance have such Clothing Values been offered. We have eclipsed all previous efforts in this sale. COME IN and see tne Goods and prices. Read on: 60 Pairs W. L. Douglas' Patent Vici Kid S hoes $3.19 A fine line of patterns of our celebrated Sterling Suits, non-breakable fronts, hand-made collars, $12.50 and $13.50 (flQ Off values, all wool fabrics, now qpjSoCjtJ Blue Serge Suits, hand-made, lined with best quality Alapaca, non-breakable, stay-there front, hand-filled collar.fast colors guaranteed absolutely; we in- J0 .i f S. tended to sell ...

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. — 1 July 1904

S'-'tr. Hi8 The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of Box Butte County, Largest Circu lation of any Al liance Paper. VOLUME XI. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1904, NUMBER 28 k -. to fNfirf' ft 'I if ff ff .r REsOlveD THAT the BUST- I ER BROWN Sto CKing is a boon to MoTherS and a snaP for Santa Clans. and be it farther RESolved that WE will send to HORACE .BOG-TJa For them. 7T)E . -? &" effloooeoGooococQGOoceoeeao 0 13 K. T R.TQA.M: JCXt, 5 XDZEUfcrarxsi1 t 9 o o In Alliance 16-30 of every month. Office over The Famous . . . 'Phono 391. o n ooooooocacoooeoooooo8oo3o AT LOCKWOOD'S Genuine Hair Mattresses Guaranteed v $10.00 AND , $12.00 ' YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD at B. F. Lockwood Co. Business Local Column. Advertisements in this Column will be charged at the rate of 10 cents per line first insertion and 5 cents per line each subsequent insertion. Advertisers should remember that Tits Herald's circulation is much larger than any other Alliance paper and has ...

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. — 1 July 1904

Fourth of Juiy. Maine from her farthest border, gives Iho first exulting shout, And from New 1 nvnnjililre' granite heights tho echoing pnnl rings out: 1'lic tnountnln farms of staunch Vermont , prolong the thundering call. Ana MAltsaehttsolK answers. "Hunker IIIIll' u watchword for us all. Ithode Inland shakes her sea-wet locks, acclaiming with the frcu. And slnld Connecticut breaks forth In Joyous harmony. Tho Riant Joy of proud New York, loud ns nn earthquake's roar. ta heard from Hudson's crowded banks to Erie's crowded shore. Rlllt on the booming volley rolls o'er plains and flowery glade To Where the Mississippi's iloud the tur bid gulf Invades, There, borne from many a mighty stream upon her mightier tide, Come down the unfiling. Ions huzzas frsm all that alley wide. And wood. crowned Alleghany's call, from nil her summits hlgn. Itcverberalcs among tho rocks that pierce tho nuusct sky; While on the shores and through the awalea round the vast Inland sens. Tho Mars and Btrlppt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 July 1904

V 11 L d If 1 r. '-J s ,- ' FREE TO TWEN7Y-FIVE LAUIES. Tho Deflnnco Starch Co. will glvo 25 ladles a round-trp ticket to tho St. Louis exposition to flvo ladloB In each of the following states: Illinois, lown, Nebraska, Kansas and Mlssou ri who will send in the largest number of trade marks cut frrm a 10-ccnt, 1G ounco uackano of Doflanco cold water laundry starch. This means from your own home, anywhere In tho abovo named states. These trade marks must )e mailed to and received by tho De fiance Starch Co., Omaha, Neb., before Sontombcr 1st, 1904. October and No vember will be the best months to visit the exposition. Remember that Defiance is the only starch put up 1C oz. (n full pound) to the package. You get one-third more starch for the same monoy than of any other kind, and Defiance never stlckB to tho iron. Tho tickets to the exposition will bo sent by registered mail September Dth. Starch for sale by all dealers. The Strenuous Life. What It means to he a "club man" may bo Ill...

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. — 1 July 1904

Just to help business along for a limited time I start the bnllrolling with pure Leaf Lard, in any quantity, at 9 cents per pound. You will find a good price on Vigor at 10c per pkge. Two nkirs. of Gloss Starch Wre.ifcmii- the sale of Rice mi tnc sale 01 kicc Mondays. Wednesdays and To help the packing houses out a little, Hacon at 15 cents per pound. A great many other bargains too numerous to mention. TtlCSC prices can't last long Come Early, Join the Crowd and GRAHAM'S 'Phone 5O ZBINDEN PROS,, DEALERS IM . ' Flour 1 Feed. "Home ic Comfort" Flour Ib Our Leader. Try It.,.. , 1 'PHONE 105. ' WEST PlDi: MAIN bTKEKT.. ' JULIA V. FREY, OOTEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN. Oflleo two blocks north of Time building, I'llUIII) CJS. Mount, 8 to IS 11. til., t :30 to 5 p. lu. J. E. MOORE, M. D. ri.im:iu:it in.ocit, alliance, NHI1. Oa,IU answered from office day or night. TolcpbouoNo.iu:. RTlTvrpWARDS I'HYBICIAN AND SORCiUON Ofllcoovcrl'ostollU'o. ALLIANCE. NKll. H. 11. Bellwood, , PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 July 1904

1 &JJ&..'& .A a ;A ik- &-H&;:&-&r-. Strife icA r& A 'A A '& ritefSfe'SL- A SK 4t -6fe :3fe ?2feiteg8& IW, I ml - - - - - - - . . - - -- -- - - - MniiHnrnii n iTiinni u nnrniii numut a m ukum -onuM. MP Saturday, July 2, Special Sale on Wash Goods AND EVERY ARTICLE IN DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT JUST A FEW ARTICLES ARE MENTIONED BELOW. Read On: BatZHMW ME Five hundred yards French Ging hams, fast colors, and must be sold. For Saturday only, worth 12c per yard, at At 7c per yard Ladies' Summer Skirts in Pique and Crash For this sale $1.75 each LAWNS LAWNS 30in. wide and fast colors Good value at 12c. For this Special Sale Only 7c per yard LADIES' CORSETS Black, White and Drab' While they last. For Saturday special, only 39 cents ffitHHHHMHHMnnHHHMI LadiesMJnion Suits Low neck and no sleeves Well worth 50c each For this sale 39c each Ladies' White Summer Vests worth 20c each. For this sale, Two for 25 cents LADIES' SHOES Ladies' Shoes for this Special Sa...

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. — 1 July 1904

THE ALLIANCE HERALD - - T. J. O'Keefo, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. Tho first Georgia peaches have ar rived. Got out your Jamaica ginger bottle. Henry Irving Bays ho will retire In JDOC, but Joo Jefferson Is making no insh promises. An a preliminary to going broko the gentleman who lias sporting blood t tmyn nn automobile. Cnllcgn athletic nrc deadly. This I proved by tho fact that most men who play croquet are old. Nobody, so far, has indorsed Undo nuprll Sago's ideas about vacation)). Hut Satan Ih still to be heard from. "To be successful, a man must bnvo blue eyes," says Arthur Brisbane. Successful women all have gray eyes. Boston physicians are using tho pi nno as an instrument to euro nerve dlscnscs. Thls-mudt bo "a painful op eration." Tho standnrd of tho graduation cs rays so far this season in quite as high as usual. P. S. This Isn't sn Ing much. Ono thing Is certain, and that is .(hut Russell Sage did not get tho idea Hint there should bo no vacations from his parson. Whe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 July 1904

V V v ' t ? UiWjWwW-VaM , f D ARKEST RUSSIA nv II. GHATTAN DONNELLY. Copyright, IBM, by Street & Smith, All rights reserved. KmwMff) CHAPTER VIII. Continued. "I warn you that jour act, even If you accomplish your purpose, will d more Injury to the cause or Russian lXierly than nny decree of the auto call, however severe, could accom plish. Educate the people " "Bah! t have no patience with the ories ami theorists. This is no rcvolu 1, tlouary kindergarten. Wo are men t and women Imperiling our lives in this movement, and 1 tell you that success can only bo won by blood, ly blood!" A murmur "Ay, that's the talk! Mood! blood! blood!" showed tint the sentiments of the majority wero in favor of the one who had last spoken. "Thero is no precedent in history to prove that a people's wrongs were righted by aaBassination." began the first speaker. "You know, Oramln sU. that history" "History be damned and prece dents, too. We are here to muk"c his tory to establish a precedent if need b...

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. — 1 July 1904

Steel Frame Umbrella worth $L25, for 98c 36-inch $2,001 MEN'S' LADIES' MENNEN'S TALCUM POWDER Black Taffeta 85c Smyrna JRug $ J. 00 Shirts 85c 25c Vests 19c 19c 19-inch Not One Only, but Everyone 8 AND 10c La wns 5c Black Taffeta 0 B 39c Kl Kl Wash Silk 1 Yard Wide 4th of July Special DOUBLE TICKETS All Bay of my tickets is valuable. If you start r'w ;you will be pleased. Every Bargain on this page is on the square and in addition you get the Discount Tickets. Thev are to get you started right Think It over! Horace Muslin 5c 36-Inch Pongee 85c MBEaHEKEH Suit Cases up to 6.50 MISSES' Wash Suits, 20 per c. dis. LADIES' Wrappers 20 per c. dis. Skirts.,.. . ' 25 per c. dis. 50CAND75C LA,ES' I Waists Lace Lisle , nose a IHHHMHRflHMHHiHHHHHHMIHHflKflHftNEUSS! Jg Dray and Transfer Line. Phone 139. WHEN YOU GO TO LEAVE TOWN, don't worrj nbojit what to do with your Household Goodi' S. A. Miller will take charge of them; store thcr gjg- in a nice, dry and cool place and pack and shit r3 them ...

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. — 8 July 1904

gmt ni..oili"rt Society TJ l.lNi ( I ' M'U w J The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of Box Butte County. Largest Circu lation of any Al liance Paper. VOLUME XI. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1904, NUMBER 59 V" "4 i.f: li-S AV ' ?'s - i: m? II &-&- REsOlveD THAT the BUST ER BROWN Sto OKing is a boon to MoTlierS and a snaP for Santa Clans. RUsTER a?oWV and. be it further RESolved that WE will send to HORAOSC BOG-Ua For them. 7X9 iS , T I t i 5 I s4 aeovosoaeoeeoceaaoeaeusoeo IR. IvKICASIlGl?, S ' o T",i "Cr! TnTT" '"T"1 "T" G2i IT o 9 ' i ilUj tiWN -J aim hZ JLm Q 9 i In Alliance 16-30 of every month. Office over The Famous . . . 'Phone 391 c Oe0QOB00'e0QO3(3O0C8CB(9000 Our warehouse and basement are unload ed and again we are ready to exchange the NEW GOODS for the old. Don't forget the place, where your credit is always good. B. F. Lockwood Co. From Kitchen to Parlor Undertaking a Specialty. Business Local Column. Advertisements in this column w...

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