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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 17 October 1902

Count)- Commissioner' ProcccdlnRi. Alliance, Nkh, Oct. 17, 190a. Board of county commissioners met in regular session as provided by law. , Present: Geo. W, Locr, chairman Geo. W. Duncan and Frank Caha, members. Attest: S. M. Smyser. clork. It appearing to the board that in the year 1901 tho Allianco Dairy assofcatlon was assossed for personal property in the sum of $165, and for $i5oin the year 1902, and that in each of said years said dairy association had no ucrsonal property sub ject to taxation, and that in each of said years lot 73 of the County nddition to Alli ance, property of, said dairy association, was doubly assessed, to-wlt: at tho sum of $400, and that the illegal taxes lovied on account of said personal assessment amount to 520.06, and that tho illegal taxes assessed against said real cstato amount to $25.43 and that the same has been paid under protest and application for refunding said illegal taxes has been made. It is therefore ordered by the board that said ille...

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 October 1902

r 4 "v THE HAVYCROWS CHIEF OF BUREAU TELLS OF DE LAY IN CONSTRUCTION. ALL YARDS 'BEHIND IN WORK Ships Added to the Navy During the Year Urgent Necessity for In crease In the Number of 1U Con struction Corps. .WASHINGTON, Oct, 13. "Progress upon new tossoIs under construction during the past year has been satis factory," says Rear Admiral Bowles, chief of the naval bureau of construc tion, in his annual report All tho larger vcsaols have been de layed by non-delivery of structural steel while tho vessels building at San Francisco were set back by tho ten months' striko, and tho holdout of workmen at Seattle prevented any actual progress on tho hull of the bat tleship Nebraska. Tho inability of shipbuilders to ob tain a sufficient force of skilled work ers has also been, in many, cases, an important factor in tho slow progress of the vessels.- The battleship Ohio is shqwn to have been twenty-nine months behind her contract on tho ilrst of July. The bat tloshlp Missouri is over twenty ...

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 October 1902

The News .Keith t-. I tlCoUh h. riorco is fully authoring to no licit subscriptions und job work ami collect and receipt for same, and transact nil other buslncM In connection with III position ns nn accredited representative of this paper. B. A M. TIME TABLE. rivwcniror trnlns leave Ilemlngfonl, dally, m follows Nn. 41. voL fi:Wn.m. No. 42, crtst...n:44 p.m. All regular trnlns carry passengers, Joseph Caha was In from Lawn Fri day. G. A. Posvnr was iu from Lawn Sat urday. Will Roth sold Luko.Phllllp's a horse Tuesday. Mrs. C, 8. Worloy waB in Hemlngford ftjonday. Mrs. E. A. Wells wns in Hemlngford Wednesday. Will Roth wns transacting business hero Monday. Joe Uorneall Was in town a short time Monday. Louis Zajlc sold Ira Reed a valuablo horso Monday. Cornelius Donaghuo spent a few days in town' last week, Dr, Ellcnerand Miss Alwllda Church visited Alliance last Thursday. Thomas Squibb nnd Henry Clark of. Marsland were in town Tuosday. Rev. N, C. A. Qarness departed on his regular m...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 October 1902

m" The Alliance Herald. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY AND ONLY DEMOORATIO y PAPER IN THE COUNTY. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY 4. ' OF HIGH CLASS OOMMKR ? OIAL PRINTING. 8PLEN ')' DID PREBBCS AND TYPE. :-.$.js4k:-$ sn OLUME IX, -ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY i NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1002, NUMBER 44, w - : r X" x i "v u Groceries. I Grapes : ft Better Get Vf Them Quick? Time is Short and They Will be no Cheaper J- j & I Alliance Grocery Co f b Minnesota High Grade Fancy Patent Flour, "Richelieu. ii The Best Flour on Earth. Sold Only by... LEE ACHESON. J. B. Miller, Auctioneer. George Darling for furniture. Call and see Norton's new clothing. See Mrs. Regan's new line of cloaks. Cash paid'for hides. Clougii & Col lins. An elegant new line of hats at Mrs. Regan's. For Rent A four room cottage Ben. Fbrnald. Be sure U C C. & C. and see their stock of saddles. Sheridan coal, Canon lump, nut and Aker's coal W. James. I have about noo head of ewes and lamb for sale Mike Elm...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 October 1902

- Professional Cards. jfr ArronNisrg. GENERAL P. H. BARRY. Candidate for Congress, Sixth District. WILLIAH MITCHELL, ATTOHNEY AT LS.W, ALLIANcfe, - - - NEBRASKA. OrriCE Phone ISO. KEBinENCE Pn ONE 203. R. C. NOLEMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Rooms 1, 2 nnd 3, First National bank build ing, Alllnnco, Neb. Notary In office. NRU t'K0CKS3 WITH MALT. Method Perfected nt lobst Urowcry Thnt Assures nccr Perfectly Pure. There is just as much difference between the plans of an architect and the sketch of a schoolboy as thcro Is between the now Malt Process ot the Pabst lowing com pany and tho old way of making beer. There is more in that than you may think. Beer drinkers can't afford not to know what this statement means. The Pabst Brewing company is not easily satisfied good as Pabst beer has been and is, it is better now than over before. It will pay to know why. Thin is why: Capt. Pabst declares "that malt is tho soul of beer." Tho better the malt tho better tho beer. Perfect beer must come from ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 October 1902

i Ki to t A CERMANTO WANT FAVORS TARIFF TO MAKE TREA TV MERGERING EASIER. THE FEARS flF OPPONENTS They Say that Worklngmcn Will Suf fer If the BUI Becomes Law, but Government Refuses to Legislate for One Class Alone. BERLIN. Tho rclchBtng, at Its session Thursday ontored on the dis cussion of tho tariff bill, commencing -with the schedules relating to wheat ad rye. Chancellor von Buelow roc ommended that tho bill bo passed, as drawn up, saying that tho house com mittee proposals Increasing tho min imum tariff would render tho conclus ion of new treaties Impossible. The tariff proposed by tho government, ho added, was tho extreme limit if Oor m&ny. wished to obtain from other countries greater concessions than It now enjoyed. Tho chancollor enumerated the con siderations which guided them in framing tho bill. Tho object in vlow was to afford agriculture Increased protection, and at tho samo tlmo not only to rotatn the home market for Gormany'B Industries, but also to dovolop as m...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 October 1902

PUBLIBHBO EVERY FRIDAY. Official Publication of Box Butle Counuj. T.J O'KEEFE. HH)il(.i 1 li mm EDITOR. 1 fKrttered nt the Voitomco nt Alliance, Nebraska, n v Prtond-UIau Slnll Mntter.1 ,, llit , ti II .Wii nun ' " .i.i ! !' . " - U". rATta or subscription. Pcryenr (In adwncrt $1.50 Three months. . .... .40 cents StTiionUi8 75 Ha?nplecopk's free to any address 1ST Adt ertlslnp rates made known on application. Tie Cy of Alliance. Alliance Is ft thriving, pushing, growing little clly of 3500 souls, with ft future full of promise Indeed, so bright Is tho outlook, It la freely predicted that within dvo yours It will have a popula tion of from 6000 to 000 In nil of Northwest Nebraska thoro In no town. In point of population and volume of business, that can approach It. Its railroad facilities uro tho best, being located on tho main lino of thoKroat llmyiiBtou and Missouri Ittvor railroad system) and Its schools and churchps nro not surpassed any where. Its people are hospitable, enterpri...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 October 1902

Rev. Horn Readies Utah AN ALLIANCE INDUSTRY. T&autfvVs ADa o Ytatatat... I m Ttf &H& &veaVa faf Uta4, "B THINKS MOUNTAIN SCKNKKY QHANI). TD Id. "taauvm. - ;SOTf sv ,-r v. $ .-K'ip ' & x X' ! 'r i. -a Thompson, John Powers, DcFrancc, They'll make the republicans dance. The g. o. p. crew , Will vanish fioin view With a kick on the seat of their pants. Nebraska republicans can't get over tlteir sorrow because the president had fo go home with a sore leg. The sor 'fow is not that the president suffers ,from a sore leg, but because of the fail ure of the president to make a non partisan tour of Nebraska" in the in terests of the g. o. p. state ticket. . Perhaps Moses T. Kinkaid is work ing on the supposition that we'll have lo'scnd him to congress to get rid of his importunings. Elmer J. Burkett, republican candi date for congress in the First district, is making speeches in other districts in the state. The other night ho spoke in St. Paul, and after the speaking a m...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 October 1902

.11 1(3 14 THE ALLIANCE HERALD T J. O'Keefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. NOTICE OF TAX SALE. Notice Ib hereby given that the follow ing described Ind and lots in Hox Butte county. NMraka, on which tho tiwos lor the soar 1901 rcmnln unpaid, will be sold at the Court Houm In Alliance, Nob., tor taxe duo thereon wspecMvely on the flrit Monday In November, 1902, between tho hours of 9 o'clock a. m find 4 p. m. Sated at AManco this lit tay or ucto- County Treasurer. r, 1WC. S. ... 6 ... C NeK 8w No ...... 8 su nw. 11 No ......15 Kw ....15 N-0 ...,,20 Be .....20 NW ....21 Be .....23 8e ne.,.23 8w no.. S3 Nw ....SB Ett 80.. 35 Nw .... 1 Be ...... 2 Nw .... 6 NH e..l3 0e ......20 BtvH no NH nw bo nw24 NH ne.26 SH nH.25 SO Y5 Bfl it Ne 28 Ne .... 29 8W 30 Ne .....34 Nw .... 1 Nw .... 1 Ne ..... 2 Part nw 2 6ft X 8V4 Ne., 3 T. R.Amt Bo ..,.21 2 IS 21 47 1 WbW Q 2 57 24 47 183 38 , 21 2 67 ., .. 1 21 No ....... ...24 2 33 .. .. 93 Sw 24 3 S3 .. .. 1 81 Nw SS 2 33 ,, ,. 1 83 No .....M 2 33 ,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 October 1902

I U x it i. . W. TIME TABLE Alliance, Neb, LINCOLN, DENVER, OMAHA, HELENA, CHICAGO, BUTTE, ST. JOSEPH, SALT LAKE CITY, KANSAS CITY, POl TLAND, ST. LOUIS, SAN FRANCISCO, and all points oast and . points west and south. , Tuains Leave as Follows, Mountain Time No. 41 Passengor dally. Doadwood, Billings, all points north ana west 10:35 a.m. No. 12 Passenger dally, Lincoln, Omaha, Chicago and all points oast 1:40 a.m. No. 301 Passenger dally, for Denver Ogdcn.Salt Lake, San Fran cisco and nil Intermediate points, departs at, 1:0 o-ro. No. 303 Passenger dally from Denver and all Intermediate points, arrives at 10:10a.m. No. 43 Local passenger dally from . Omaha, Lincoln and Inter mediate points arrives at..., 5:5b a.m. No. 41 Local passenger dally, for Omaha, Lincoln and Interme diate points, departs at 4:00 a.m. No. 305Dally, except Sunday, for points south und west, do- Barts..., 8:20 a. m ally, oxcopt Sunday, from south and west, arrives 3:30 p. m. No. 45 Freight, dally, Deadwool. Kil...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 24 October 1902

mmtM-mmtfmim g&g&g&gfeg&gtem ite The News at Hemingford. ) KEITH L. PIKROK, RtPORTSR. Bp X ! xaaEg Keith U Pierce fully nuthorUed to so licit nutwcrlhtlons nnd Job work anil collect and receipt for same, and tnuwact all oilier bnalncs In connection with lit position as an accredited representative of thin paper. B. A M. TIME TABLE. PawcnRor trains Iouto Htttntngford, dally, m follow) . No. 41, wcst,..9:40a.tn. I No. 42, cast... 3:41 p.m. All regular trains carry passcnRers. came up from Alliance E. S. Wlldy Sunday, Mrs. H, U. I'lorco wont to Marple Sunday, D. E. Watson has sold Bomo cattlo to B E. Johnson. Almcda Foskct began a school in the Moo district Monday. James Kennedy and wife were In Hemingford Monday. William Dock of Box Butto was in Hemingford Tuesday. George Carter is employed drilling a well on tho Illckoy ranch. William Culver and Pearl Meyers of Jlox Butte wero In town Saturday. Quito a number of people attended the "Aid" dinner at Mrs. A. 8. En- ycart...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 October 1902

A Cc S-J-j--;.$-S.-l-$-J. The AlUance Herald, " OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF OOX BUTTE OOUNTY AND ONLY DEMOORATIO ',' PAPER IN THE COUNTY. $ ' We MAKE A SPECIALTY )' or HIQH CLASS OOMMKR- ? OIAL PRINTING. OPLKN- DID PRESSES AND TYPK. $ -!-H,4!-3,535-$H' VOLUME IX, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1902, NUMBER 45, If JT"1 M w Jt "V A : 'X ' i.ife-,. 'mi '. ,-. r i Groceries. g................... Hand-picked, sorted ! Winter i i Apples 70c to 80c per bushel. Best in town. See our stock before buying. I Alliance Grocery Co 10 Minnesota High Grade Fancy Patent Flour, t "Richelieu, Tho Best Flour on Earth. Sold Only by... LEE ACHESON. fi J. B. Miller, Auctioneer. Be sure U C C. & C. and see their stock of saddles. I have about xxoo head of ewes and lamb for sale Mike Eluorb. Collins & Morrison, saddles, always in in stock at Clougii & Collins. James Bellwood and Jomily departed Monday for Long Beach, California, to spend the winter in the hope of benefitin...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 October 1902

Professional Cards, BOXINQffTHE COMPASS. Ifko Tent Between n Sailor ana b Lnndlnblirr. Boys whd live In seaport towns nro Bomotlmes nuked to "box the compass If they enn do It quickly una accurate ly tuey nro flno Bailors nrnl niuy grow op to bo tlio captain of h four imiHtor. If they UiIbs a point or can only do it slowly, they nro landlubbers and will never see blue water. To box the com. pass means to name nil the Klnts In order just as fast as you can speak. This Is the way an old down cost skip per will rattle It off: North, nor by cast, nor'-nor'east, nor'east by north, northeast, nor'east by cast, enst-nor cast, cast by north, cast, cns( by south, east'sou'enst. sou'east by cast, sou'eust. eou'caBt by south, Rou'-sou'cast, sou by cast, south, sou by west, Bou'-sou'west, gou'west by south, sou'west, sou'west by west, west-sou'west, west by south, west, west by north, wcst-norVest, nor'west by west, nor'west, nor'west "by north, nor'-nor'weat. nor1 by west, north. Can you do It...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 October 1902

8s& ti liv: r , i. i- t V f Dr. Horn Readies Utah THINKS MOUNTAIN SCENERY GRAND. Describes Trip from Denver to Salt I.nko City, by way of Pueblo. Visits Cn c of the Winds, on Pike's Pcnk. Concluded from last week. Salt Lake Cit-, Oct. 14, 1902. As wo approached the summit of the Rockies, the air became more rare ant with many breathing became difficult. One portly man afflicted with asthma was almost overcome. In fact, at one time ho was pronounced beyond hope of recovery, and it was even announced by the physician that he was dead, but behold him recover as the descent was being made, and a real man remains as a subject snatched almost from the hands of the undertaker. Much there is on a mountain journey to interest, much to call forth express ions of surprise and appreciation. The geologist may here revel in glee as he observes unmistakable evidences of the earth's formation and age. As the train enters the canon of the Grand river, one can do little else than re main quiet an...

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. — 31 October 1902

I PUBLISHED KVEF1Y miDAYt Official Publication of ox utte Countu.. T. 0". O'KSKFB. EDITOR, Knlcrod at tho IHwlofflco nt Altloiice, Nebraska, tu Second-Class Malt Matter. nATCft OP UBSOniPTION, 1'or year (In advance) (1.M1 Three months....... (,,c,cnJs 8U months. ......... 7& I Sample copies f reo to any address XfT" Advertising raU made known on application. The City of Alliance. Alllanco Is it thriving pushing, growing Jlttlo city ot 3500 souls, with a f uturo full ot promise Indeed, so bright Is tho outlook, It Is freely predicted that wllhlrt Ovo years It will hard ft popula tion ot from 6000 to 8000. In nil of Northwest Nebraska there Is no town, in point of population and volumo of business, that can approach It. 1U railroad facilities nro the lost, being located on the main llnoot the (treat llurllnBtoti and Missouri Klver railroad system! and Its Schools and churches arc hot surpassed any where Itspeoplo aro hospitable, enterprising and Intelligent. Its 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. — 31 October 1902

' ft!' F C' i , 4? t V '"J 1 .1, ' ' t ' f tf ' 'T'J .1 t - i,0 . !..? M f t f , I,. if ' THlauVvxv's'MDa o utvV&v$... MICKEY. - Back lo the chattel mortgage biz, Back to your cent per cent; ' For Nebraska folk for the man from Polk Ne'er an election meant. Go slap your mortgage on the crib, Make interest good and steep -To pay for the fun of your useless run For your boom has gone to sleep. Back where the mortgage doth foreclose, . And io per cent is squeezed; On election day you will find the way To sad defeat woll greased. Foreclose your mortgage on the well, And seize the old straw shed; John Baldwin's scheme was an idle dream And his plans knocked in the head. Off with sanctimonious pose, The bluff of the Pharisee; For your oily game has gone dead lame And your record marked " N. G." Back to th' vaults of the Bank of Polk, And weep not idle tears, For the man from Hall has got a call , To run this state two years. The editorial writer of the Lincoln Daily Star says I'm tho ...

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. — 31 October 1902

eta (as novemor !! Druggists and Pharmacists. " T R J. Brennan & Co.... I t V ? J T Y f V V T DEALERS IN" 1 Drugs, Perfumes tfl Toilet Articles. I Paints, Oils and Wall Paper, -p M 1 IHHHilHiJHHHill "V.OU. "G. "C. 2vomksow. Tho above picture is a likeness of Hall county's "Little Giant," William H. Thompson, whom tho Democratic and People's Independent parties have named as candidate for governor of our state and whom wo confidently expect tho peo ple of this great commonwealth to elect to that office on next Tuesday. No man more honorable, able or with more courage to take up tho duties that fall to tho lot of that official cAuld have been named for Nebraska's governor. Following are a few words of esteem from tho pcoplo among whom he lives: Grand .Island, Ncbr., Oct. i6, 1902 To Whom It May Concern: As some wrong statements have been mado and circulated among our preachers, I am glad to say, in the interest of justice and fair play, that Hon. W. H. Thompson is regarded by the ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 31 October 1902

,- 'X X i V Have you seen our line of Overcoats -this season. We have some Elegant "CBPYRlCHT, IXi, CKMSS Br DPANDCCtB. UTlCn NSMYOKK. i TIM TABLE Alliance, Neb. vBf SvSfl LINCOLN, DENVER, OMAHA, HELENA, CHICAGO, BUTTE, ST. JOSEPH, SALT LAKE CITY, KANSAS CITY, POl-TLAND, ST. LOUIS, SAN FRANCISCO, and all points cast and points west and south. Tuaiks Leave as Follows, Mountain Time No. 41 Passenger dally. Deadwood, Billings, all points north una west 10:35 a.m. No. 42 Passenger dally, Lincoln, Omaha, Chicago and all points oast 1:40a.m. No. 301 Passenger dally, for Denver Ogdon.salt Lake, San Fran Cisco and all Intermediate points, departs at 1:40a.m. No, 303 Passenger dally from Denver and all Intermediate points, arrives at 10:10a.m. No. 43 Local passenger dally from Omaha, Lincoln ana Inter mediate points arrives at.... 5:5b a.m. No. 44 Local passenger dally, for Omaha, Lincoln and Interme diate points, departs at 4:00 a.m. No. SOODally, excopt Sunday, for points south and west, d...

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. — 31 October 1902

The News at Hemingford. .KEITH ! PIEnOB.'FUronTin. ritclih t Plerco is fully authorbeod to so licit Ruliicrtptlon. and M rk and collect and receipt for samo, and transact Ml other ffiSXwmnoctloii wlthli Pltlon wan accredited representative of this pnpor. B. A M. TIMS TABLE. Piwuoncor trains leave Ilomlngford, dally. All rcguinr vniius wj " was in Homlugford meeting next FIGURES DON'T LIE. Facts "From the Records. Who Got the "Pie?'1 To the Voters of the Sbcond Commissioner District: Ira E. TaSh Wednesday. Important Woodman time. Come. A. M. Miller returned from his 0. A, It. trio Monday. Lou Nccland will manage Wieldy's ranch this winter. H. II. Funk has moved Into the Sweltzer building. Matthew Cawlla wont to Hot Springs for bis health Wednesday. P. II. Fitch and Claude Brown visited Alliance Sunday evening, ' A. H. Pierce was quito 111 a couple of days tho first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. fipaoht and son Carl wore up from Alliance Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Iodonco went to Chad ron for a...

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. — 7 November 1902

Jb( jffl&Ztx& -$.;.5-3'S.$j.$j$. The Alliance Herald. k OFKIOIAL PUBLICATION ! OF BOX BUTTE COUNTY AND ONLY DEMOCRATIC PAPER IN THE COUNTY. WB MAKE A 8PECIALTY y oFniaHQkABBgoMMER ! CIAL PRINTINGS QPLEN. DID PRESSES AND TYPE. 5j-S.jJ).j-.j.jJ).j.j$).j.;. K::-4sK.s.i$5 VOLUME IX. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1902. NUMBER 46. f A ft ;.- - l v i s f- 'r Groceries. Hand-picked, sorted Winter j Apples 70c to 80c per bushel. Best in town. See our stock before buying. I Alliance Grocery Co f a l Minnesota High Grade Fancy Patent Flour, "Richelieu, 11 The Best Flour on Earth. Sold Only by... LEE ACHESON. &. J. B. Miller, Auctioneer. Be sure TJ C C. & C. stock of saddles. and see their E. E. Ford came in from Omaha Mon day where he marketed cattle. Collins & Morrison, saddles, always in in stock at Clougii & Collins. P. D. Spracklen, a substantial citizen of Lawn precinct, handed us a "V" Tues--day to pay up arrears and for a credit of two...

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