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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 July 1904

;i I THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefo, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. In Korea llio widows " -- ted to romnrry. You can't hold Ihcm in that way horo. Italy now nsscrta that It Is nn good terms with all tho world. Tho banana trade must ho flourishing. An American duchcsB has secured n divorce and resumed her maiden name. Doesn't this break n record? In caso of doubt, take your umbrel la. In caso of doubt as to the owner ship of tho umbrella, take It anyway. A man In Georgia held his cotton crop of ,900 bales and lost $30,000, and be might liavo held tho dough bag. A correspondent of a New York paper wants the aldermen to mako whistling In public a punishable act. Whew! A Chicago scientist claims to liavo discovered that smoking causes con sumption. How about female con sumptives? Marconi now claims that ho can talk 1,700 miles. That'B nothing. Wo hnvo spellbinders down this way who can talk 1,700 hours. . Tho Now York Herald wants to know what "a school of fiction Is." Too often a s...

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. — 22 July 1904

', . I i l V e w DARKEST I nr ii. anATTAK Copyright, ISM, bj- Street 4 CHAPTER X. Continued. "Now, by my father's blood!" ho exclaimed, "this 1b Indeed a find. Hold!" he shouted, as ho averted a blow aimed at the prostrate and help less Alexis by Hersy a blow with an ax, which, had It been delivered with all the strength Intended, would have ended Its victims life then and there. "Hold wait wait! Who, think you, la this?" "Who? Speak! Who?" was de manded on all sides. "Why, Nazlmoff, the cruel, coward ly " Oramlnsky got no further. With a howl of rage tho conspirators sprang toward their victim "Coward, dog, woman beater, your end Is near." And Alexis would have been torn to pieces by his Infuriated enemies but for Oramlnsky's Interference. "Hold!" ho shouted, with an oath, "don't act hastily. We must l.nd out what we can." "But ho must die!" yelled Hersy. "Byrne!" "By my hand!" "I'll deal tho blow!" said others, crowding for ward. "Walt tho avenger has been se lected. Ivan drew tho...

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. — 22 July 1904

A I 111 In! II I lL Ik L In 1 I m ui IB iir li 11 T Former VEnnsrs F. J. Bctzold H. K. Scharrs Robt. Broyles t famous T Every year at this time we have GIVEN AWAY tickets on money prizes. This time we have added $25.00 for a second prize, ,$50.00 being the first prize. The distribution of tickets will be as before a ticket with each purchase; larger purchases in proportion. "TZnr '7'fmlT TTI? TT fTsiT T'TC I besides the tickets, we have started the ball rolling to clear up broken V7J 1 X V kJ- XV X 1 W X VO X V 2 I lines in our summer stock. After heavy selling of the past 60 days, we SOME STARTLING CLOTHING VALUES TO OFFER . . j.a.m4 t. tr ojctruMuMMivftaauim CI oth In pecials Furnishings, Etc TO TRADE W&j I AT ?ki: H 1 s XflK yis, 4 S H roKen Lines from our fine Hand-Tailored Suits, that sold for $18, $20 and $22, for a Lie viots Cassimers and Worst eds, sterling qualities, 9 that sold upto $ 1 6,jiow An Ei L Wm ti Unfinished Worsted, silk IPOPfllllT BiBJJr sel2e Iined hand-ma...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 July 1904

-til The Official PublU cutio'ii of Box Butte County, Largest Circu iation of any Al liance Paper. JL JL Jl xtl jl Jb JnL JL AJJ VOLUME XI. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1904, NUMBER 32 PIP N m I . k s Circus Money. J Of course cvorybody wants to go the circus. Tho question will arise, "Can I spare the money ? I hayo go to lmvd a wrapper and tho children have got to havu now dresses or aprons, and if I go to tho circus I'll have to -take my liusbunii along so that he can keep tho boys straight, nnd thiit'tnemiB at least one dollar. That is, if the boys get in free, which of course they will do if thoy are boys." Hero's how I can help yuu to your Circus Money. All day Saturday I will ncll ioc percnle for 8c and 7cjcalico for 5c. This moans that on a wrapper for yourself and a dress apiece for the girls you will save enough to go to the circus. That's all. HORACE BOGUE. 0Q000000S0CaiS8060CaQCkQ3!ie 0 e o 9 e In Alliance 10-300! every month. Office over The Fam...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 July 1904

i 1 I Worth Remembering. Every ono of us knows how painful It la to be cnllod mnllclotifl names, to havo his character undermined by fnlso Insinuations. Evory ono knows nlso, tho plcasuro of receiving a kind look, n warm greeting. By thnt pain nnd by that pleasure let us Judge what wo' should do to others. Dean Stanloy. Fewer Hours at Same Pay. ' Four years ago tho working day In nil French factories was ono of twelvo hours, a year later It was eleven hours, and then It caino down to ten and a half; but slnco April 1 It has been ono of ton hours. Tho samo wagos aro paid for ten hours as wero paid when twelve hourB wero worked. Africa to Be Cotton Field. Africa, owing to her climate, soil and population, Is bettor fitted for cot ton production than nny other of tho continents of tho globe, nnd will be come tho greatest supply field of that Btaplo after civilized methods of gov ernment and economics havo becomo dominant there. Proved Beyond a Doubt. Middlesex, N. Y., July 25. (Spo cla...

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. — 29 July 1904

IF!" K V J 1 i rn B? . . 5f- t-' -sa . "gQ" - J '. SV'fc Thousands of women suffer from pelvic catarrh and catarrhal nervousness and don't know It. If you feel fagged out, begin at once taking Dr. ttartman 'a Peruna. It will relieve your catarrhal affliction and all your organs will be restored to health Buy a bottle to-day, as It will Immediately alleviate your case. Early In the morning, late at night, or whenever used, Defiance Starch will be found always the tame, always the best. Insist on having it, the most for your money. Satisfaction or money back guaranteed. It b manufactured under the latest improved condi tions. It is up-to-date. It b the best. We give no premiums.' We sell 16 ounces of the best starch made for 10 cents. Other brands are 12 ounces for 10 cents .with a tin whistle. Manufactured by THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO., Omaha, Neb. DOMINION EXHIBITION WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, JULY 26th IB AUGUST 6th THE BEST EXPOSITION OF AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL RESOUR CES OF CANADA EVER...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 July 1904

! t Zhe Ibcralb. PmiLlSIIM) I RIUAYS T, J. OKIJEPU Publisher J, B. KNIliST Associate Kditor Hntored nt th, postofFlce at Alliance, Nebraska, for tmnamlMrion through ths mails, ns aecond-dftis mntter. i$r Tub Hmram) i tho Official Publica tion of Hox Butte oountv and its circnla tlon is nearly twice that of nny other Al liance paper. ArTviJUTISJNG KATUS- Display, por tinglo column inch per month............ 30 Business locals, per lino first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, per lino .05 Legal notlcoi at statute rates. Subscription, $1.50 por joor in advance. t)ftjl()f!lATI' NAIION.U. TICKIir. tor President! , AtI'ON It. 1'AltKHl! of Now York 1'or Vice President, HUNHY ('. DAVIS Wmt Virginia. DctnocrntRi Count Convention. Tile democratic otors of liox Butte county are lieroby called to tneef in dele gate Convention at tho court house in Alli ance on Saturday, July jo, iqoj, nt tt o'clock a. in., for the purpose of placing in nomination a candidate for county attornoy nntl a ca...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 July 1904

m j i "Tr ( I l.i 'M LOG n HOUSE; Nothing in more interesting than the manufacture of high grade lumber. We bin only of the best manufacturers and htve can assure vou the bet of every thing in the line of llulldlnu Material. mti-'-mt'airtiitTt;rw-wfxMwaT CALL AND SEE US OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT PHONE 73 Forest Lumber Company. MFni i1 mi" i T iti"jiwi For that small repairing' we have the fixings, Boards for sidewalk laying, fencing and the like, can be had from us at reasonable price. 1 ry flft- g TKS- Also agents for Nebr. Central Bid. & Loan Asso. Phone 22 I OlHil iiim rim j II or It r llnrJstriiRRlo I odgo No 04.J Met overv Sunday .ifternoon at z B -11 hall Visiting brothers wrlrogie J. A. Di'vmnu, V. M. M. Hahqravrs. Sc'y. mn.u. llKiiit.v.iiiKit Alllttnce CHftte Nu in mti vry MvHd nd fowrtli Thursday evening In V. u. VV. Ilnll. VlMUiiKOlHnimm eimtfullv tuvlttxl. K P. Wootn. 0. l.mnv, stv L. P. L. O. T. M.-Meeti every" tlrst nml third Kri ilny at Hindu Unit VlslUn MnacnlirHM eol ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 July 1904

- ) J i d i i i THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefo, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. The Boy of Tunta nrrlvod In Pnrls and was filled with enthusiasm. Radium Is going up to $100,000 nn ounce. Plonso glvo us n nickol's worth. IHislncss In some of tho London theaters Is said to bo nenrly as bad as Eonio of tho plays. If that "dcclslvo battle" at Tn Tcho Kino comes oft tho nows will Bet evorybody to sneezing. Thero would bo no talk of lynching In Now Jersey If Justice wero as swift and sure as Jersey lightning. Tho British ghurkas have enptured tho Gyangtso Jong. How clear tho whole plan of campaign Is now I A summer girl who nssumod tho bucolic rolo of milkmaid at Seabrook on tho Bay Is now wearing a gored skirt. Thero nro times when ono fools It would have been more Judicious to put tho money in n mackintosh than in n panama. AH Now York's passenger boats are to bo Inspected ngaln. What a flno now lock tho stablo always has after tho horso Is stolon 1 A Kansas man hns left his wife '"be...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 July 1904

ltMWtyWwWyWwWtyWwWfyVwWlJWM12V GOOD WINDMILL FOR FARM. iy l i u DARKEST BV II. OK ATT AN DONNELLY. Copyright, ISM, by Street K Smith, All rights reserved. $frfbMlb4Ih9Ib99 CHAPTER XI Continued. Olga sighed. She was deeply touched by the words of Alexis. After an effort she spoke again. "I have not told you all," she said, and there was a pause as if for strength. Then after a moment she added: "I am no longer Olga Karsicheff I am Olga Barosky, We were marriedly secretly three days ago. Alexis sat gazing at the girl in amazement. He had never dreamed that it had gone as far as this. "You will keep our secret?" pleaded Olga. "Sacredly," said Alexis. Then, as the thought occurred to him, he add ed, "Does the countess, your mother, suspect that your affections wero gien elsewhere?" "My mother suspect? No! If she did she would kill me." Then, as the peril of her position again occurred to her she turned pleadingly to Aleiis. "What can we do?" she asked; "what must he done?" Alexis sat de...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 July 1904

k"W"W w. ra-K r- i i 1 ircijy s Former Winners 'I h TO TRADE AT THE F; J. F3et:;oid H. K. Scharrs 1 -xm I iBamous T tiW t..i-4. a i . ( 1KB KOUt. IJlUyiKZt ' hi Every year at thin time we have GIVEN AWAY tickets on money prizes. This time we have added $25.00 for a second prize, $50.00 sine the first prize. The distribution of tickets will be as before a ticket with each purchase; larger purchases in proportion. being . . . . - -n i i r jwfcv y r- iMitv A Ll,,k. "A TT ! . .. ! -I ... .. 1L 4-Sf-n,4.. . , I- . -J 4. 1 if f ft ,.tl!UA. 4- . 1 j-t,-i m l".!- f jri TZrT iZJ 1 X vJOfv 1 IwV'rViZI 1 C3 S lines in our summsr stock. After heavy selling of the past 60 days, we SOME STARTLING' CLOTHING VALUES TO OFFER . 3HliWtl,IHf'MMlMW'1'!rIHtlW nMUfmwtntv N P ft P few fill Mm HI m H H wl JHSinMBSH H & H H i Clothing Specials F rnisnm&s oken su o from our fine Hand-Tailored SSI PC Suits, that sold for $18, $20 ilM VO nnri C09 for ... .,., v- m iim imwiiwiwiwiii ' mmn) mnn no ni-fiii...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 August 1904

y, to iit-'l ' Sorloly. 1.1N M.N NKU 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, AUGUST 5, 1904, NUMBER 33 if: : KfttfJ f k Ateite Guarantee Do you know What tliat means ? It means that no guarantee can be made stronger. That is just what I want to give you when you buy s pair of Patent Leathor Shoes of me. I will absolutely guarantee the patent leather to outwear the sole or I will give you ti new pair of shoos. There will be no backing down. There .has never beou a time when my guarantee was not good and there is not going to be. Think it over and try a pair of these shoes. HORACE HOGUE. venooooeoefieeooeoooa&ioaos o 1. HZKXCA.M101?, id :e nsr :r re is 's: e 9 e In Alliance 16-30 of every month. Office over The Famous . . . 'Phone 391. O0OQQSOeSO$S8a3SOSO0OOfii00S' Business Local Column. Advertisements in this column will be charged at the rate of 10 cents ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 August 1904

k THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefo, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. At last nccountft John Bull still lind a llrm grip on tho tall of tho Tibetan wolf. Tho Jnpfl, having taken tip base ball, evidently Imagine tho Hussions aro umpires. What kind of heroes do tho doc tors who tell us to avoid Iced drinks think wo arc? One hundred now stars discovered by a Harvard astronomer? Did ho fall down stnlrs? An ugly girl Inherits n lot of good looks when a rich relative dies and leases her somo monoy. Farm horses may nB well quit shy ing at the automobile and scttlo down to tho fact that it Is hero to stay. For a time, at least, tho Nordlcns will bo obliged to resort to the stage as a means of entertaining the pub lic. Tho uso of cucalne, tho now anas, thctlc, fixes you so that, although perfectly conscious, cucalnc't feel a thing. , Several new books on Napoleon havo Just been brought out, but none of them nppears to fully cover the subject. Tho Hague tribunal has taken ad vantage of tho gene...

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. — 5 August 1904

i- . I?- 9 ' t M k Rf vwwMwwwiyw DARKEST 11V IT. GRATTAN Copyright, 1D90, by Street A CHAPTER XII Continued. Tho conspirators found In this place, the hurried report which reached him said, were evidently tho head and front of the whole conspir acy, and he had given orders to havo them brought before him, so as to ruako a terrible examplo of them all before proceeding to dispose of the rank and file. With such damning evidence of their guilt there would ba no need for delay, and ho would act at once. Those guilty of tho cap ital crime ho would commit to prison tor trial that would surely- end In their conviction and Ignominious death; the others he would summarily sentence to Siberia. Ke fairly floated over the prospect, and cast eager glances at the clock awaiting the news that the daring and desperate leaders would soon stand before him. "By Heaven!" he exclaimed, "after this there can bo no barrier to my successful advance ment The czar cannot afford to pass without signal recogn...

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. — 5 August 1904

XLhc Ibevalb. PUBLISHED 1 RIDAVS. T, J. O'KKEFK PublUher J B. KNtKST Associate Editor lin tared at the poMnHlee nt Allianco, Nebraska, for tranmlilbn through the malls, all sceond-clniii matter. CSTTiik IIhiialii i the Ofllaiftl PullUe lion of Box Butte Comity and h elfdfla lion Is nearly twi:c that or anr other Al liance pnpcn ADVKUTISINO KATES: Display. por single column inch par month 5 BusinsM locals, par line first in wllon . to Kneh sulmofllient insortion. per Hn .05 Legal notices at statute rate. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. nr.MOfiiuiic. national tickitt. l'or I'nnMuilt, A I ION II. I'AHKI'.K of New York For Vice President. IIRNUY C. DAVIS NVM Virginia. intMonitATic cot .vi y tickkt. l'or Count v Attornes, VM. MITl'lir.hU Por County (,oininltHMcr. (HlndPlrtrlei) AM'. .lOHNMiN. FUSION JN THE COUNTY nud tlusr who liae been Knit transgrc sbns of the laws Tins 11 thr , kind of material required in a western county especially, where tlicre is ti! tendency to override ...

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. — 5 August 1904

) 1 Zhc Iberalb. PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. T, J. O'KUEFK Publisher D, KN1EST Associate Editor rfntorcd nt tli poitofllee nt Alliance, Nohrnska, for transmission through (he mails, as second-claw matter. Thk IlBtiALii i the Ofilolal PutiUon tion oElJoi Butte comity nnd It olrrtla tion is nearly twl .-e that of any olher Al liance jwper AiyV'ERTISING RATES: Display, per single column inch par month , 5 Business local Sj pur line first inwrtion . to Each itulolucnt insurtion, per Hud .05 LorrI noticos at statute rates. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. ItKMOCItATIC NATION.ll. TICKET, I'or I'nrtMulit, ALTON l. PAHKEK ot Ntw York For Vice President. ' HKNltV C lAVlf West VimlniM. OK.M00UAT it: COIN I V I Il'Kl.T. I'or Coiiiitv Attornfj, WM. MITCHELL, lVr Comity OoininNirioiiPr, (Plrtl)lrtrlt't) A C. .lUHNHON. FUSION IN THE COUNTY A Strong Ticket Nominated mid llnr inony Prevails. Box Hullo cotmly democrats tintl populists will go hntttl in lmtul through tliu coming campaign nnd will hnvu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 August 1904

XV I It r.r fr i Forest Lumber Company. UMkJJMi J-i.il..'-. -fl Dierks Also agents for Nebr. Central tock and Stockmen. Stockmen: It will pay you to advertise your brands in this paper. The Herald has the largest circu lation of any newspa per in "Western Ne braska. Ncbraskn Stock Grower s Association. (Incorporated,) A.M. Modlsett, president, Itushvllle: R. M. Hampton, vice-president, AUIuncc; K. M Searlc Jr.. secretary-treasurer, Oulalla. Executive committee E. I. Jlyers, Lena; R. R. Klncald, UlnRham; John Urcniiau, AlliancejJ. R. Viinlloskirlc, Alliance; E. E. Lowe, Hjaunls; John M. Adams, I'otter; R. M. Allen. Ames; R. Llsco, Lodgepole; Evert Eldred, Orlando; V. C. Harris, Clmdron; L. W. Dlckoll, ICImball; Robert Qrahnm, Al liance; John Connay, Dunning; J. II. Cook. Agate; A. S. Heed, Alliance. MOSLER & TULLY, Jess, Neb. Stock branded an shown on cut on either side. Also J-O on eith er side. Township 28. and range 43. CURRAN RROS, Canton, Sioux county, Neb. (Cross II Cross) ...

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. — 5 August 1904

V J; j O lV, iU f i I M life Jfe? fp Forest Lumber Company. D ems Lumoer Also agents for Nebr. Central SI10 tockmen Stockmen: It will pay you to advertise your brands in this paper. The Herald has the largest circu lation of any newspa per in "Western Ne braska. Nebraska Stock Grower s Association. (Incorporated,) A.M. Modlse.lt, president, Itushvlllc; It. M. Hampton, vice-president. Alliance: K. M Searlo jr., secretary-treasurer, Ogulalla. Exocutlvo committee E. 1. Myers, Lena; R. It. Klncald, UlnKliam; John Urenuau, Alliance! J. It. VanBoskirlt, AUIuncc; E. E. Lowe, Hjannls; John M. Adams, Potter; It. M. Alton. Ames; It. LIkco, Lodgepole; Eert EUlred, Urlando; E. C. Harris, Chudrou; L. W. nickotl, Kimball; Robert Gralium, Al liance; John Conway, IuihiIiik; .1. II. Cook, Agate; A. 9. Heed, Alliance. MOSLER & TULLV. Jess, Neb. Stock branded as shown on cut on either side. Also J-O on eith er side. Township 26. and range 43. cuitnAN mtos.. Canton, Sioux county, Neb. (Cross II Cro...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 5 August 1904

ft i i'i ? i I 41 f I 1c w. MVtfff HffRra, Per PHHHQPTatmd Osscn 1 ftSfiV tlnlans. -I if? l36 '''"' European jLfMfJpooplcB, namely, II IL Greeks, gypslos, iliir Swedes, Germans. i IJJJP C a u c a b 1 a n h, namely, GeorglatiB, Lcsghl, KistiB and tAlTAtZiVSAir Tchorkess. Finnish people, noventeen divisions. Jows. Tartar peoples, nlno divisions. MongolH, ton (HvIhIoiib, including the AIiiub or "Hniry Kurlles," and all other people of oriental blood In Si beria and in the Pnclllc provinces. Based on the last general census of the cmplro, tho present estimated nu merical atrongth of tho principal di visions of population Is as follows: Slavonic people, including tho Poles, Sorvlans ami Bulgarians, 90,000,000; Tartars, including tho Uabegs and eight other divisions, 10,000,000; Cau casian races, 7,000,000; Turkestan nnd Trans-Caspian people, 5,000,000; Jows, 1, 500,000; Roumanians, including tho Karakalpak and Sorbs,, 4,000,000; Lcsghl, Georgians and Ossentlnlnns, 3,500,000; Armenians an...

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. — 5 August 1904

& mbxA$yK!ikE&RF (Miss Nellie Holmes, treasurer of the Young Woman's Temper ance Association of Buffalo, N.Y., strongly advises all suffering women to rely, as she (fid, up on Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. ' Dkab Mns. Pjnkiiaii : Your med icine is Indeed on ideal woman's medi cine, and by far the best I know to restore lost health and strength. 1 Buffered misery for several years, bcinp troubled with monorrhagia. My back ached, I had bearing-down pains and frequent headaches. I would often wake from restful sleep, and in such pain that I Buffered for hours before I could po to sleep again. I dreaded tho long nights as much as the weary days. I consulted two different physicians, hoping to get relief, but, finding- that their medicine did not seem to cure me. I tried your Vegetable Compound on tho recommendation of a friend from tho East who was visiting me. " I am glad that I followed her ad vice, for every Ache and pain is gone, and not only this, but my general h...

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