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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 August 1904

Zhe Derail l'l'BLISHBD FRIDAYS. T, J. O Kl- KVV. . J 1 KNIl'ST . . , . . . I'nblliher . AmociRte ICditor Filtered at the postollice nt Allinncc, Nebraska, for transmission through tlio mails, as socond-cltM mnttor. ISfT Tiih IIkrami lathe Official Fuuliea tion of Hox Hunt county and it elraula Hon is nenrl) ti:e that of nny other Al liance paper APVEKTISING RATES:- Display, per single column inch riuT month .50 Business locals, par lino first insertion . 10 1 ach subsequent insertion, pr line .05 Legil notices nt statute rntes. Subscription, Si 50 per onr in advance. HMUKIIATIC NATIONAL 'IIGUItT. Tor rrusldunt, ALTON II. I'AHICRIt of Now York For VIpb riesltlont. IIKMIY t DAVIS tt'wt Virginia, 111 Mm itvrn coN'UimssioN.u.'iic.KKT. lur ( engross lilxlh Dlstrlrl, AtiTKIt II. McNKILIi. of Lincoln county. iininiinnc .st.vu: tickist. I or (Inventor, (iU)iuii: w. iinitou, if Lancaster county. lor Llciituntiuit Oovtirnor, I)K A. TOWNSKNI). of l riiukllu eumy. l'nr Auditor, .1. fr. CANADA V...

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. — 26 August 1904

I f ,ile 1 r r 'ii'sr v 'V---. V --rWYftOJ prorest Lumber Company, Klip? Dierks' Lumber I Also agents for Nebr. Central S Stockmen. Stockmen: It will pay you to advertise your brands in this paper. The Herald has the largest circu lation of any newspa- lock and iper m western -Ne braska. Nebraska Stock Urowcr s Association. (Incorporated.) A. M. Modlsctt. president, ltushvlllu; It. M. Hamilton, vIisL'-prosIdont. Alliance; K. M Scurlu Jr., secretary-treasurer, Opilallii. Executive uommltteo K. 1'. Myers, Lena; 11. R. Klncald. Illuuhum; .lolui llrcnnaii, Alliance;.!. U. Vanllo-sUirk, Alliance; K. K. Lowe, Hyannts; John M. Adams, Potter: 15. M. Allen, Ames; It. Llsco, J.im1kco1o; Evert Kldied, Orlando; LI. C. Harrli, Children; L. W. Illokull, Kimball; Robert Graham, Al liance; .lolui Conway, Duiirilntr; .1. 11. Cool;, Agate; A. S. lived. Alliance. MOSLKIt TULLY, ,Vt ,. Neb took branded as shown on cut on either side. Also J-O on eith er side. Towns hi p 20 w and ranj;e 43 CUKHAN Canton...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 August 1904

THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefo, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. Trousers creased at the iildo will All a lone felt want for bandy-legged men. Because a woman Is a nice wife Is no sign itho Is going to bo that hind of mother-in-law. Anybody can afford to buy an auto mobile, but fow of us havo money enough to pay tho rapnlr bills. Tho first wireless dispatch has been font from Nome city In Alaska, and It Isn't a bnrd-luck story, olthor. According to a fcmlnlno expert tho averngo woman's Idea of being real devilish is to order broiled live lob Bter. Tho wicked generally get what thoy deserve In this world, but not always what their contemporaries think thoy deserve A IJoBton doctor stntes that com mon soda Is "as good ns whisky tor snako bites." Of course ho meant "at effective." Russell Is 88, and working harder than ever. Uncle Itusscll should learn to control that Inordinate appe tite of his. A New Jorsoy professor has re signed his position to go on the police force. Means to hit...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 August 1904

'$ 1 i fo A fflt&fyCrefiJl-&fo ARKEST RUSSIA Y ir. an att ax uonnem.7. Copyright, I89d, by Street Smith, All rights renonrcd. VI!''"''')!'"'' CHAPTER XIII. Continued. Ho turned to Radaloft and was about to speak when- a servant ap peared. "An imperial messenger seeks Immediate audionco with tho minister of police!" Karslcheff turned pale. Nicholas, deeply agitated, placed Ills hand on his mother's arm. Katherino, with an undefined dread of something, breathed heavily in con. vulsivo gasps. Another second and tho Imperial messenger entered tho room. Going directly to General KnrsichefT. ho handed him a largo envelope .of an ominously official appearance. The minister, taking tho envelope toro it open with feverish anxiety, and with sinking heart and burning oyes read tho following: "To Constantino Karslcheff, Minis ter of Police. "Sir: Ills Imperial Majesty has been graciously pleased to make tho following orders: "I. Constantino KarsIchefT Is here by removed as Minister of P...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 26 August 1904

To Everywhere,, onil Rock. Tilt. HI -. . , i MMBR RATRB The Bur im 'j i t.fl r t xcurMon rile t,i j cet nirn n v iii i ht' is no excuse for mimur t lur i iw nte tome ot them St. I -on ii and Wk Three kinds of dad rttrs uidsa the spaclal low rata rxa 1 xi imio n Mch Tnendur and Tlinra lay during ViiKUit and September I Imago and Intel; Dally low rats cilln-r ilirttct or via St. Loala.wifli atop-over- at St Lonia, Kanana City and Omaha WotM'a fair stopovers at St. I-ouU on through ifekota. ' Colorado and Utnh thare and lack praitfcallr half rate all attmmer. To California Satt Frnnclaco and Los AngIa aud hack. Attaint lG to September it, wily -S'-7i ''lu only chanc in 1004 "" to cat thla low rate. Portland, Puget Sound and hack, Aug list 16 to in, one fare for round trip. To Michiitan, Minnesota, Wisconsin aod the Great Lake Maion- the ideal lummer country daily low rates to take you afcay frm hom. L. S Saob, 'i'icket Aa,ent. S0 5 to bt Louia An rxtuan. The, ljfcr'ington offer the abo...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 September 1904

LlNt'C'lN Ni:U The Alliance Herald Official PublU cation of Box Butte County. Largest Cir6u- lation of any Al- 1 lance Paper. VOLUME XI. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNT, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1904. NUMBER 37 t3J rf r m. .'- M t f It's Going to be SKIRTS this muMii puMitumra ihiiikw nwiimnn y i All Kinds and Colors T I WALKING t ! i and Skirts that static! a- T lone Mercerized and I otherwise. F Sf and IScarsilli I All Skirts at a great re- J. cluction .at the i I STORE oeoosooosocoacotfi)ooo Ja Alliance 16-30 of every month, q Office over The Famous . . . O 'Phone 391. m 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 T i!E Herald's circulation is much larger than any other Alliance paper and has the lar gest circulation in the city and county, Co-Lon-Co. Dr. Allen, dentist, opera house. Dr. Koons, dentist, Office upstairs Norton b...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 September 1904

THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefo, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. Prof, Pickering, however, hasn't discovered any whlskors on tho moon. Jolin Strnngo Wlnlor hag -written n itory which la iloscrlbcd us "umiEunl." Strange, In short. A mnn In Berlin Is reported to havo licen asleep four yenrs. Must bo a Philadelphia!! In exile. Rudynrd Kipling haBn't set tho world on flro with his latest poem, but it beats Alfred Austin. Mrs. Ogden Goclct couldn't linvo joen advertised moro extensively If sho wcro going on tho stage. If Port Arthur falls you con watch Orcat Britain get out of Wolhnlwoi. And you can keep on watching. Mr. Schwab's occasional visits to Monto Carlo show whether or not ho Is slnccro In his wish y die poor. Birmingham burglars now hldo tholr nlundcr in churches. Probably on tho ground that cops seldom go to church In Philadelphia a hypnotist Is ac cused of falling to put a man to sleep. Probably neglected to wnko him up first. Tho Atlantic City lovers who liavo been forbidde...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 September 1904

t I tf. , JbM-MVMlVMWVtMMW&MnW DARKEST RUSSIA I1V II. GIIATTAN DONNELLY. Copyright, 1690, by Street & Smith, All rights referred. fVtA,'Ayi,'Vl;w,Vfc,B CHAPTER XIV. Continued. Among tho last to emerge were Alexia and Ivan Ilda, with tho wom en, hnd gone before. In going to tho van In which they wero to bo convoyed to tho railway station to begin their long Journey to the mines of Siberia, Ivan and Alexis passed tho conveyance whoro Ilda sat in company with two other women. They had not seen oach other sinco they had been taken from tho office of tho minister of police, when Ivan, torn by tho soldiers from tho arms of Olga, felt, as he received a last fare well embrace, tho hapless girl faint lu his arms. "Alexis!" Hearing tho voice, Alexis stopped, and with him Ivan, for they wero ironed together. "Ilda!" Both spoke at once. But tho ono word was tho last. A Cossack guard" had overheard them, and with n rough "Prlkazano no gavarlt" (talking Is forbidden), ho pushed them forwa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 September 1904

urse Kjeraio Pt'DLl&Hl'Dl-RIDAYS. T, J. O'KEIil li J B. KNIEST . . . , Publisher Associate Kditor Entered at tit postoftUa at Alliance, Nebraska, far trnnttfiissidn through the mails, as seoond-clnwi matter. K5T.THK IlKfeAt.n Is th Official IMbllCB tion of Hot Hulte county nd iti circula tion is nearly twi: that o J any other Al liance paper. ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per single column inch per month........ .50 business local, par lino first insertion .10 Each subsequent insertion, par lino .05 Legal notices at statute rates. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICK HI'. l'nr l'rt!t1mit, ALTON It. PAltKP.U ot Now York For Vice I'rwMetit, ItrtNRY tt DAVIS Vt VltgtotH, DKMOCHATIC tiONOHHSSIONAL TICtCItT. 1'or Confrere. HI x tit lMstilet, WALTlili II. McNKILL, of Lincoln county. DH.MOCKATIC STATU TICKXT. Por Governor, GKOItolt W. liKKOK, of Lam-aster eoHmy. For Llttllonlfitlt Governor, 1)11. A. TOtt'NfJUND. of I'rftnklln county. For Auditor, .1. R0ANDAy. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 September 1904

: V .) a; nirxajsvp'---' i LS8B TLrWiif sa Forest Lumber Company. Dier Its' Lumber 5 CoaS C Also agents for Nebr. Central Stock and men, 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. Modtsctt, president, ISushvllle; H. M. Hampton, vice-president, Alliance; V. M Bearlo Jr., secretary-tieasurer, UkuIuIIii. Executive committee K. P. Myers, Lena; R. K. Kincnld, Ulnghuni; John Hrcnnnn, Alliance;.!. I. Vunlloskirk, Alliance; K. C. "l-owe, Hjannls; John M. Adams, Potter; K. M. Allen. Ames; It. Llsco, Lodgcpulu; Evert Kldred, Orlando; E. C. Harrie, Cliadron; L. W. Hlckell, Kimball; Robert Graham, Al llnnce.Iohn Conway, Dunning; J. II. Cook, Agate ; A. S. Heed, Allianee. MOSLEU & TULLY, Jefjs, Neb. Stock branded .as hbov.-n on cut on eitlicr side. AHo J -O on eith er side. Township 28 and range 4:1. CUItRAN IJItOS., Cunton, Sioux...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 September 1904

,.M THE WORLD8 WHEAT CROP. RECLAMATION OF DESERT. l.' y. Baby. i ..I . Wce tow-homled Imhy, " i i Llko n fouttor tinll. ,11, Hnlr Inclined to laughter, , I llnlf Inclined to nimll. Dimple In your ulhown, Dimplo In your aliln: Looks llko Ciod hnil mado you To ilit dimples Inl Looks llko Clod lind mndo you, Holy poly l)iy. With your tnnuth n-puckor KyeH n-ilaiice with Joy, Just to carry illniplen. Whut lmo you n pnln? Dear, such twisty faces Arc a hIkii of rnln. llnlf a IntiRli, hnlf rrylntf, Don't know wlmt to 1I0, OlllpltlK. hoIiIiIhr-. bIkIiIiik, Toll you, Imliy: You Rtlik llko tlmt to mother Alwnyn whtm In doulit All the ynnrw of nil your life, And you enn't lose out. -llouton Post. I Parlor Manic. I ' To'flll with smoke two apparently fMiipty bottles Hlnso out one bottlo with hartshorn and another bottlo with spirits of salts; next, bring tho liuttlcn togothor, mouth to mouth; IkiIIi will at once bo Ailed with whlto vapors. Tho vapors In question aro composed of sal ammoniac a so...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 September 1904

' 4 K -vt- 4 l V1 J I Mrs. Fliwihefli H. Tfinrrincnn 1 Mrs. Elizabeth H. Thompson, of Lillydale, N.Y., Grand Worthy Wise Templar, and Member ol W.C.T.U., tells how she recov ered by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Dkaii Mrs. 1'i.vkuam: I am ono of tho many of your pratcful friends . who havo been cured tnroujrh tho tiso iof Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgctaljlo Compound, and who can to-day thank you for the fine health I enjoy. Whrn I was thirtvflvo vcars old. I Buffered severe backacho and frequent hearing-down painB; In fact, I had womb trouble I was very anxious to Ret well, and reading of the cures your Compound had made, I decided to try it. I took only six bottlcs.but it built mo up andcurcd mo eutirclyof my troubles. " My family and relatives were naturally as gratified as I was. My niece had heart troublo and nervous prostration, and was considered incur able. Sho took your Vegetable Com pound and it cured Tier in a short time, and 6ho becamo well and strong, and...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 2 September 1904

To Everywhere and Rack. I iiitf Miibi.itMi-mSi'n t.nu? .f?tifi?it nA-rirs. I Tlio JJurllnRton offer excursion ratci in every direction -o lowthif there is no cxciue for staying At homo below nro some of them St. Louis nml Iwck. Three kinds of daily rates besido the ipocial low rate coach uxcursio is each l'uasdny and Thurs day during August and September. Chicago and liack' Dally low rates cither direct or via St. Louis with stop overs at St. Louis, Kanwn City and Omaha. World's fair stopovers at St. Louis on through tickets. Colorado and Utah there and back practically half ratw aUttummer. To CaliforniaSan Francisco ahd Los Angelas and buck, August lO to September 11, only $45,75. The only cnnnCe in 1934 10 get tins low raie. - t to many nolrtH in Indiana. Ohio and Kentucky Suptimber Q, ij, to, 27 and October 1 1- at one fare pin $2 for the rou nil trip. , To Michigan, MionoMla, Wisconsin and the Great Lake region the ideal sninmer country daily low mte jo take you away from home. ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 September 1904

'Y i?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, SEPTEMBER 9, 1904, NUMBER 38 nt u . t i V n J i j; r r .1 .dfis. m I- LAST HSS2mifl&KS37tSffiEEi2? Our New Goods are arriving p 4 every day and as we are much crowded for offer All Nex 3 tRmwmmmt BSBtWKB CGB3a EKESOSKmKSSSSI j OUR ENTIRE LINE OF j Summer Waists, Shirts. Dress Goods s - and Corsets at j HALF PRICE j The HORACE BOGUE STORE 'WW'W 'W --W - e0Goooooeeooo9oo9Qiieoeo WMI1ifWPW $ In Alliance 16-30 of every month. Office over The Famous . . . 'Phone 391. o o u soosoeseaaooeeesoceosttcoo Business Local Column. Advertisements iu 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 The Herald's circulation is much larger than any other Alliance paper and has the lar gest circulation in the city and...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 September 1904

rrr THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. Yv"hat fins bocomo of nil tho pooplo who used to yearn to discover tho north polo? Mrs. Oclrlch's white ball wasn't ad vertised na n "society circus," but It wns n ronl one. Tho Hague tribunal In etlll shut down, but tho Krupp gun worka aro going dny nnd night. An Orange, N. J., ninn has Invented asbestos clothing. Thoro'B nothing llko preparing for tho future. Having ono foot In Thibet, Mr. Bull may bo doponded upon to loso no time In Inserting n shoulder. Uoports from Delaware nro to the pffect that tho peach crop Is splondld. This Is Indeed a romarkablo sum mer. Maybe tho sultan ncqulred that bnblt of procrastination In trying to post pono getting things demanded by tils wIvob. Tho ladies of Nowport not count ing Harry Lohr aro said to bo wear ing $6,000,000 worth of diamonds this season. Mrs. Astor offers n roward for tho -cturn of n lost puppy. Several yoiiths of tho 400 nro reported to havo gono Into hiding....

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. — 9 September 1904

r a V , ' i '. -v 5&&E5$k&rz iWffl THE WORLD'S BEST "st-. J JAPAN'S EMPEROR. Very few people have ever known the emperor of Japan closely. He must be undergoing something of an evolution, for theoretically he Is de signed as a national figurehead rather than as a natural ruler. The present crisis must have brought him out as never before. The English sometimes date their pedigrees back to the conqueror with a certain pride. But Mutsuhlto-tcnwo, emperor of Japan, is the present rep resentative of the oldest royal dynas ty extant. He Is the 121st emperor of his dynasty, which dates back in nn unbroken line 2,555 years. He is the direct descendant of Glnmu, the "di vine conqueror," who, according to Japanese mythology, "descended from heaven on the white bird of tho clouds." Up to tho opening of the present war tho Japanese always carried the Oriental notion that their emperor should maintain a certain seclusion appropriate to his position. The fact that he was hardly known...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 September 1904

Zhe IBeralb. PUnUSHBD FRIDAYS. T, J. O'KEttFK Publisher J U. KNIBST Awociato Kdilor Entered at the rflttofflc at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as sooond-clnM matter. t&T Tub IIxrald It lira Official Publica tion of 13 ox Hut to count j- And its circula tion in nearly lw;e that of any other Al liance taper. ADVERTISING BATHS: Display, par single column inch par month 50 Business locals, per line first insertion .10 Bach subsequent iostirtlou, per line .05 Legal noticos at statute rate. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. jjt-:, 7,i:.j-s-;.,':'.'.--stt '. '" 1)1 MOCItATU; NATIONAL 'I irk in. I'or I'rwddent, AliTON U. I'AltKKIt of Now York For Vlco President. llltNRV tJ. 1IAVIS West Virginia. IH'MOCHAi'IC OOMIHHSSIONAI. 'iiGKitr. I'or Ootwnm. MIxUi District, WAl.TKIt 11. MoNKlLU of Lincoln cfiiinty. in.MocitA'nc stati; 'i iRKirr. I'or OoYttriiur, tiitoiujic w. iiitirfiK, ot Lancact or county. Tor Lloutentaiit Oorernor, l. A. TOWNSB.VI), of I-'rtmU tin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 September 1904

t I I M Hi ft vl . - """V--, ' 1 -1 -- ."WfV ZIt.1 --. -vj '.V . T j !'v. J. Jk AWO V 7 ..'fv . - ra if"' ;i' 11 1 ' .V ! r, ..' t U. ,t 'fci'V-- V1 ' Forest Lumber Company. "i.XiO J ' 'MMrt' .effi ,Vfi i . iii. ,. .i i. .r.v.. . ' i 'IS tC-L. :'. .. ... ;.',: ' - 1. - j". T i-. i . . . . : r i ' . vA "" . '' ... Dierks' Lumber 5 Coal Co. Also agents for Nebr. Central Stock and idi Stockmen: It will pay yon to advertise yonr brands in this paper. The Herald has the largest circu lation of any newspa per in Western Ne braska. Nebraska Stock Growers Association. (Incorporated.) A. M. Modlsctt, president, Uuitlllu: It. M. Hampton, vice-president, Alliance; K. M Sciirlo Jr., secretary-treasurer, Oualalla. Executive committee K. 1'. Myeis, Iamiii; It. It. Klncald. Uimrluiui; Jolin llrciiiian, Alliances. I. K. ViinHosUirk. Alliance; K. K. Lowe, Hjunnls; John M. Adams, rotter; 11. M. Allen, Ames; H. Mkco, Lodgepolc; Evert Kldred, Orlando; K. C. "Harris, Cliadron: . L. W. Hlckell, Kimball; ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 September 1904

or Interest to Builders. lYof. Charloa L. Norton of tlio Mns rnchusotts Instltuto of Technology pnys that a groat .denl moro caro chould lio taken In protecting stool work nnil wrought Iron work from cor rosion. Concrcto Is a far bettor safe rjuard than stono or terra cotta against fire, ho says. Tho Hoston skyscrapers tiro viewed with suspicion by Prof. Norton. Women ar siiro all mon have hnb ts of oxtravngarco which need correction. Smallest Monarchy on Earth. Tho sovereign who rolgns over tho nmnllost monarchy In tho world Is tho king of Cocos, a group of Islnnds ncnt Sumatra. Theso Islands wcro dis covered about 300 years ago by tho captain of tho Keeling, but wero com tuiratlvoly llttlo known till 1825. When Mr Kohb, an Englishman, visited thorn lio was struck by their beauty and took up his nbodo thero. It Is his yandnon, Gcorgo Ross, who now holds swny over tho Cocos. Making It Emphatic. Concerning a certain nrchdoacon In (jio English church n talo of modesty is told. Ho forl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 9 September 1904

u .s I & FROM MISERY TO HEALTH. A, Society Leader and Club Woman of Kansas City Writes to Thank Doan's Kidney Pills for a Quick Cure. Miss Nelllo Davis, of. 1210 Michigan Ave., Kansas City, Mo., Boclety loader nti'l chib wo ;an, writes: "I can nqt say too much In praise. of Doan's Kidney Pills, for they ef fected a conipleto euro In a very short tlrao when I was suffering from kidney troubles brought on by a cold. I had severe pains In tho back and sick headaches, and felt miserable all over. A few boxes of Doan's Kid ney Pills made we a well woman, without an acho or pain, and 1 feel compelled to recommend this reliable remedy." , (Signed) NELLIE DAVIS. A TRIAL FREE Address Foster Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. IJSssskuLm vMWm$i IV! Jta tfTVi?jf ilJJ Woman Mountain Ctlmber. By far tho mo3t expert womnn mountaineer In the world Is Mrs. Fan ny Bullock Workman. In tho Hima layas sho has climbed to an altltudo ol 22,6(18 feet. On tho camo occasio...

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