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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 October 1904

! p. V1, . I ' Supplomont to TIID ALLIANCE! HERALD. Friday, October 28. 1904. ALLIANCH. NEBRASKA, fiOOSEVEI'S Severest Indictment of His Vaiiy by I'rcsidcut Himsilf. i BE TOLD Of GENERAL COKRUPT10N JtfraHtg, I'orgrilas nud Perjuries OlToou JIIm Official Messago Finds Among Notoilous Violations of Liur. There is not In existence, nor Is ihero likely to bo, n severer Indictment of tbo party In power tlint tlint by President ItooBUvelt himself In his nn nual message to the second session of tbo Fifty-eighth Congress, trunsmltted -on (Monday, Dec. 7, UMKl. Huh tbo country forgotten bow bo referred to the general corruption In tbo departments-not merely the Post otllco Department, but be Included nil the departments' From the manner in which ho reterred to tbo "deplor able state of n Hairs' It Mas thought that there would be n wholowilu purg ing, and tbo consequence was that when the message was promulgated tbo departments were In n panic. Hut their fears were unwarranted. t Only -n fow ...

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. — 28 October 1904

WrriTi i rKOM Jfitf t ! mJ.-.... ..w.', :7iL.niiJO . " 7V ' -.atjivjtrviA3iLi: HOUSE Nothine is more interesting than the manufacture of high grade lumber. We ' buy only of the best manufacturers ana hence can assure you the best of every thing in the line of Hull dins, Material. CALL AND SEE t'S OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT PHONE 73 ' mmm im ii'' " &y Forest Lumber Company. j ."Zrt'Jffm?t.frPhff " For that small repairing- we have the fixings, Boards for sidewalk laying, fencing and the like, can be had from us at reasonable price. Try Dierks' Lumber 5 Coal Co Vi I Also agents for Nebr. Central Rid. & Loan sso. Phone 22 Stock and ftockmen. I 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 Growers Association. (Incorporated.) A.M. Modlsett, president, Iliishvlllo; It. M. Hampton, vIco-presUfent, Alliance; 13. M Senrlo Jr.. secretary-treasurer, Oitaliillu. Executive committ...

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. — 28 October 1904

THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefa, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRA8KA. News in Brief After Bovon monthB of frultlcBB alttlngs tho session of tho Cuban con gross has closed. ' Three wero killed nnd flftcon wound ,ed in a fight with, brigands In a sub urb of tho City of Mexico. Francis O. Laddon of Stnatsburg, N. Y has boen appointed third sec rotary of tho American embassy at Berlin. Prlnco Honry of Prussia Intends to glvo up his rostdenco at the old cnstlo of Kiel for his now chnceau at Hera melmark. Tho wealthiest congressional candi date thla yoar Is said to bo Mayor An drua of Yonkore, N. Y. His honor's valuation is set at 130,00,000. At Mobile, la., Charles Harding shot his wlfo throo times nnd then turned tho pistol on himself, tho bullot pene trating the baao of tho brain, i A dispatch to tho Lokal Anxclgor from Mukden saya tho Eighth Russian Jarmy corps has arrived thcro and that (General Kuropatkln will roako new (Plans Immediately. ! A movement has been begun In Rnl clgh, N. C, ...

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. — 28 October 1904

M. K f ATALCOmi CUBAN WAR Copyright, 1S37, by V. Tennyson Necly CHAPTER I. Perhaps a Fool's Errand. ''Stop wo drop off here," sings out Jack Travers, as ho thrusts his head trom a carriage that has Just passed the magnificent Scott monument facing Princes street In the beautiful city of Edinburgh. The Caledonian Jehu draws up to tho curb, and his two passengers alight. Jack seems to be a young man; there is nothing at nil extraor dinary about his appearance as seen on this moonlit night, only that his quick actions would mark him as a fellow of considerable energy. His companion, in tho contrary, promises to attract an abundance of attention In tho streets of Edinburgh, being a Chinaman, who still wears his queue, and Insists on dressing, to somo extent, nt least, In his national garb. "Well," says Jack, when the vehicle rolls away from the spot, "hero we are, Ah Sin, safely landed In Princes street.. You see, we have loads of time; twelve was tho hour appointed 'that witching hour ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 28 October 1904

( )' 4 I ac fahous Where the MAY Styles come from && FAHOUS When it's AW it's Here By careful and intelligent buying, both at home and abroad, through our New York Agent, we believe we have achieved as perfect a system of buying as can be attained at so great a distance from the markets. TELL THE S AH of tlie New Styles for Men are Here. SEASONABLE GOODS AT VERY LOW PRICES V --. I ZZZZ7T7Z 7-. , . ,., i MEN'S CLOTHING American Clothing Cos. strong made Suits at. .$5.00 Black and white pepper and salt effects at 6.50 A big line at.... : ' 7.50 All wool Black Worsteds, guar, color and make 9.86 Hand tailored Suits of Cheviots, Cassimeres at 12.50 EXTRAORDINARY VALUE in Worsteds, Cassimeres, Cheviots, Homespuns and Friczfs. This is our best bargain, handmade, and nil that is necessary to get S18.00 for them would be to mark it on the ticket, but 4 1 ff LfS M KS V V we put the lot in at All new this season's Roods. OVERCOATS -$ $v OVERCOATS Our line of the celebrated Adler Overc...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 November 1904

r' il Sdlcty 1 The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of Box Largest Circu lation of any Al liance Paper. I Butte County. VOLUME XI, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY. NEBRASKA'! FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1904, NUMBER 4u 'VVArfvrw'vrWNH' FURS We have just received a strong line of fur Scarfs and Boas at all prices. The HORACE BOGUE STORE TRADE WINNER. v.VUNWNAABAWAyVAAvV.'lArfvlyv- 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 Tim 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. Forest Lumber Co. make a specialty of manufacturing dipping vats. Dr. Koons, dentist. Office upstairs Norton block. See Humphrey for picture framing-, up holstering and furniture repairing. Picture framing, upholstering and furni ture repairing C. Hum...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 November 1904

WASH BLUE Casta 10 cents and cquata 20 cents worth of any other kind of blutn?. Won't Freeze, Spill, Break Nor Spot Clothes DIKK0TION8 FOR USED around in the Water At aH Trto Grocers. Valuo of Pure Air. Cultlvato nlr hunger. Wo should learu to bo ns hungry for rcsh nlr as we nro naturally thirsty for puro wa tor. Tho old-fashioned liloas concern ing Htuffy living or bed rooms nrq now, fortunatoly, out of dato and should never bo rovlvcd. Dcnfncss Cannot Be Cured eaed portion of ttio ear. There l only one way to eure deafneta, and lint It by routtllutlunal remedies VeafneM In caused by an Inflamed condition of ttio mucous llnlnn of the Kustachlan Tube. When tbli tube Inflamed foil have arumlillnir aound or Im perfect hearing, and when ll l entirely clord, Deaf. tiese li the result, and unless the Inflammation cn tie tVen out nd ttili tube matured to lu normal condi tion, hearing mill be destroyed forereri nine cae oat of ten are caused by ( atarrh. which l nothing but n Inflamed cond...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 November 1904

0 p D a f Tho Wabash Is the Only Line landing You at tho World's Fair. nround trip rates from Omaha nro aa follows: $8.50 sold dally except Friday and Saturday, good 7 days. $13.80 sold dally, good IB days. Tho Wabash Is tho only lino that land's passengers at tho main entrance of tho World's Fair grounds. Also tho only lino that can check your baggage to tho World's Fair station. Think what a saving of tltuo, annoyanco and ox tra car faro. All agents can sell you through ticket and routo you over tho Wabash. Very low rates to many points South, Southeast. For beautiful World's Fair folder anu all information call nt 1G01 Farnam St. or address Harry 13. Moorcs. Gen. Agt Pass. Dept. Wab. IL U., Omaha, Neb. Many a noblo thought has been drowned In a shallow Ink well. Write MtmiNE ETE HEMEDT Co., CMcsro. If your ryrn are Mire or Inflamed, and pel oculist's advice and fredanipleMUIlIKE. It cures all eye-Ills Our acts our nngcls arc for good or 111, our fatal shadows that walk by us till...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 November 1904

Zhc Iberalfc. PUBLISHED FRIDAY T, J. OKEEFIi Publisher J D. KNIEST Associate KUhor Entered at the postofheo at Alliance, Nebraska, or transmission through tho mails, as second-class matter. f?V Tim Herald is the Oflklnl Publicn tiuu ol Box 13 title county and its circula tion i nearly twice that ol nny other Ah liame pnpor. ADVERTISING HATES: Display, per single column inch rr month 50 business locals, per lino first imartion .10 Each subsequent inortion, pur lino .05 Legal notices nt statute ratos. .- " - Subscription, $1.50 por year in advance. im'.mocnatic national licit in. l'or Prcslilmit, ALTON It. PAItKT.lt of New Yoik Kor Vlee I'rwddwit. HIIN'ltV (J. DAVIS Wfet Vlrnlnlu DLMOCItAlIC CO.VfiHIi.SSJ UNA I, TICKlFr. For Coiifrvst. Sixth Olntrlct, VTAI.TKII U. MrNKIIJ,. of Lincoln comity. DC.IUkCliATIC stati: TICKIIT. Pnr Onvurnur, UI'.OIKHi W. IIIIIiOK. of Luiciiittvr county. For J.leult'iittiiit UovtiMior, 1)15. A. TOW.NHKNM). of I'mnKllii county. v For Auditor, J. S. OA NADAV, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 November 1904

A i' o Tpr 'ft. r- MW M 'A Supplement to THE ALLIANCE HERALD. Friday, November 4, 1904. ALLIANCE, - - NEBRASKA, CHATS BY THE WAY. More "harmony" In the ranks of the "How York Republicans. The Press, of Nfh York City, In a veiled nttack upon C. auncey M. Dopcw, says: "The Press Is believed to be one of the or gans of ex-Governor Frank S. Mack, Who aspires to oust Dcpew from his couriirtablo scat In the Senate." o Banker Vanderllp, the nioutliplece of be Standard Oil Trust, talks about a "return of prosperity" as likely, If only bankers and would-be specula tors will be careful not' to "run ninuck." Vanderllp should pay more heed to his words. It Is the claim of the Republican campaign managers that "prosperity" Is here already, and lias been here ever since the Dingley tariff went Into effect. Why, then, talk about a "return" of ItV 'Among the numerous reforms that may be looked for In the event of the -election of Judge Parker Is olie lor the preservation of the lives of trav elers ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 November 1904

-'fi mJ if3 B& & icor ThI 8 t? LS " COLONEL M "I Will Give One Thousand Dollars to Any Person Wha Wii Prova That One Line of That Article is s Not Strictly True." -COn. AMIXANDKIt S. J1ACON, 3T l.llicrlj Slree, N. Y. WAS LIEUTENANT-COLONEL ROOSEVELT A GOOD SOLDIER, OR DID HE HAVE A GOOD PRESS AGENT? Iho Republican Campaign Committee has Issued n pamphlet called "Roose yells Military Record," which has been circulated by the million, and n mem iiro . . IlouK" "hlcrs, acting for the Campaign Committee, Is sending It to 1 i u.)m h Vnr velern8. w'1' 'I Mnlement thnt tbo President "1h now being vllllflcil nticl abused in outrn Reims terms for iiolltleal reasons," and states: "J resent the bitter campalRii falsehoods which are being uttered about him." ibis pamphlet was probably Issued as a reply to my nrtlele In the AiiRiist number oC the ARM.Y AND NAVY CRITIC. It Is needless to sfty that It Is not an nnswer to any charRo contained In that nrtlele. In HMX) I Issued n brochure on ...

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. — 4 November 1904

"? ; -s V r ::? 3 ' v ft, .K r i It':: !W- fl "V LJSli jIL& .....- .?th?Ai:f.iK t UOM - i fc 'JPI.I 5 " V HOUSE Nothing is more interesting than the manufacture ot high grade lumber. We i .-. - jSiPlip.iii.,rl lmv onlv of the best manufacturers anil - -r-Jr.!lX'V.7'7r!i hence can assure you the best of every -v.irftw 't'fV lliint? in thn line nf Hull il lnrr Material. L - - '7JJi hence can assi s -- ."A" .& - t?.&Kg&L-Z wliMwvaiiiritwriJiTTNTt-wTwora CALL AND SEE VS OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT 'PHONE 73 Forest Lumber Company, mmmm bm"1 O 1 , ' J-iTl'ff i I ft7T Yn p5 WJiTTirrrr Q , . jHjr For that small repairing we have the fixings, Boards for sidewalk laying, fencing and the like, can be had from us at reasonable price. Trv Dierks' Lumber Coa! Co. Also agents for Nebr. Central Bid. & Loan Asso. Phone 22 ATTOHNKYS. WILLIAH MlTCHELl ATTORNEY AT LW, ALLIANCE, OrriCEl'llOMKlM). - NEBRASKA. KESIDENCf. I'llONF.203. R. C. NOLEMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Itooms 1, 2 and 3, first Na...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 November 1904

THE ALLIANCE HERALD ii ' "" ' ' " " " ' " T. J. O'Keeft, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. " i William McAvoy, nn old-tlmo nctor, died nt his homo In Roxbury, Mass., at tho ago of 07 yonrs. In tno htirrlcnno that struck Hon duras, many Interests suffered great ly, thousands of vnluod logs being washed out to sea. Tho bonrd of trustees ttnnnlmously elected Herbert I Stetson, now presi dent of Kalamazoo collugo, Knlama zoo, Mich., as president of Dcs Molnos college Whllo a flro was blazing In the bnso mont of tho Sisters of Mercy convent In Chicago, moro than 200 girls march, cd out In good order and thero wcra no fatalities. Governor Bailey has received a let ter from Prof. W. 0. Wilcox, of lown staling that ho didn't say tho people of western Kansas wcro all crazy part of tho tlmo. At Rawlins, Wyoming, tho colored woman who gavo her husband n sovero boating, using a rlflo with which alio fractured his skull, pleaded guilty and paid her flno. Louis Harmon, ono of tho trio of robbers who...

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. — 4 November 1904

' . ATALE Or Copyright, 1S37, by 1 Tennyson Ncely. CHAPTER II. Continued. "Velly muchoo smashce up," replies the Celestial, with an angelic smile. "And a gentleman was hurt?" "Yep, hclly sure; he talkeo In air," TCFponds Ah Sin, nodding eagerly. "And they carried him to the hospi tal?" "Takcc to dead house, all samec," declares the Mongolian, rather flip pantly; for the heathen Chinee has no heart for anyone outside of Jack. H'ml Well, that settles it; but I'm hardly nble to belleo It happened even now. Where's your proof, Ah Sin?" . "How's this?" and the man from the Antipodes holds a small packngo aloft. "A packet of letters tied with a string. Where under the sun did you set those, my good man?" "On street fall from pocket of Howard, allee samee." "The deuce you say! Then why But never mind; I'll take charge of them and see that he gets his proper ty in the morning when I hunt him up at tho hospital. At any rate, this is proof enough I wasn't dreaming. "I wish I could be as sure ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 4 November 1904

h UNCLE tasl '&: $P jw. r & UINCLE KNOWS ! -x-v-yvVVA. Tremendous Bargains winter Underwear FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. KQ3BTSS5EP' Men's wool fleeced shirt and drawers 4 Men's wool fleeced shirt and drawers, $1.00 value for 02'C Hen's extra heavy all wool Frost King, $1.50 value for 1. 1 2 Men's double front and back fleeced underwear, $1 value for OoC Ladies' ribbed fleeced vests and pants, 50 cent value for 25c Ladies' heavy ribbed wool fleeced vests and pants, 75c valuee 4" Ladies' ribbed Union suits 62C Ladies' fine camelhair wool, a fine underwear, $1.50 value for 1.12 Children's ribbed fleeced Union suits, 50c values for 35 Children's fleece lined underwear, sizes 18 to 32 19 to SZ Children's all wool fine camel's hair, sizes 16 to 30, 25 to 65C StHtHKESanaSEJEHlfiSSSM Extraordinary Prices In Men's, Women's and Children's L.-i"-B3 Hen's $2.50 Solid Working Shoe, 'S 1 65 Hen's Nice Enough $2.50 Dress Shoe for $1.95 Men's Solid Goodyear Welt, Best $3.50 Shoe for 2.45 L...

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. — 11 November 1904

!! ' ,mivu ' 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, NOVEMBER 11, 1904, NUMBER 47 Mi'vTn LOCAL HAPPENINGS General and Personal News of Alli ance and Vicinity. FURS U We have just received a strong line of fur Scarfs and Boas at all prices. The HORACE BOGUE STORE TRADE WISNER. dAyANVA-ANAy.AA5WAvsVUfA I j$2 SB & c-sfJj. CDa cucaS:.3Cv2- .sSakaSffifSi 3 UIJ. -AJJ5J. .-S. - JSKn iXri SSiW-. iI-'jU.'-. $ iW This First Touch of winter is a positive indication that you can no longer delay the purchase of your warm apparel for this year. At this store you will find an assortment of winter wear that cannot be excelled in variety or qual ity, and at prices that are the lowest. A n visit to this popular mercantile establishment will convince you that we sell good goods cheap. 'Vfi. ". Kwtofc. WWWWWWC &mmmmmmmmmmmm IHA E. r.LSIINKI.L i:knust c. olday jtffc BUSHN...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 November 1904

I . i -v .i,v rr , tvi - jtk j u "i,i "i n rAW- i iwa PKMEIf Popular Crepe do Chine, Tho way that lashlunublo folk lmvo adopted tho crcpo do chlno crnzo Is really something to tnnrvol at. Ono booh It In tho smartest of shirtwaist suits for morning wear, with tho skirt that clears tho ground and just shows tho tip of tho Bhlny black leather Bhoo. Ono socs It In tho moro clnbo rato luncheon and afternoon frocks, whoro frills and laces nro cnllcd upon to add to tho dressy effect. And ono boos It In all of tho nowest tonos, In tho novol coral and geranium pinks, tho now almond, ollvo, and hronzo KTOOn; In tho shot, tho printed, nnd tho damasso effects for tho r.nudsom eat of dlntior ami hall gowns; and thon Uioro Is a wealth of elaboration, hand ombroiderloH, real laces, em placements that gllston with tiny pangIo3 and mock Jowols, and with emplro sashes of chiffon and 'aco that bring out tho dull lustor of tho crepo to perfection. For any and "all oc casions tho crcpo do chlno gown Is ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 November 1904

J I Mrs. Mary E. Mescrve, of Salisbur', Mass., was cured of Anaemia, a disease in 'which there is an actual deficiency of the blood, by the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People Sho says: "Tho first symptom was an unusual paleness. Later the blood seemed to have all left my body. I had shortness of breath and fluttering of the heart; was de pressed, morose and peevish. I suf fered for two years. Physicians did me little good but I am now a well woman because I took twelve boxes of Dr. Williams Pink Pills." These pills really make new blood and have cured obstinate cases of rheumatism, scrofula and erysipelas. They are es pecially useful to growing girls. i Sold by all Dnigght. JJ WET WEATHER COMFORT ,"l have used your FISH ORANO Slicker (or five year and can truth fully y that I never have had anything give me to much com fort and satisfaction. Enclosed find my order for another one." (NAM I ANO AOORISS OH A UOATIOn) You can dsfy the hardest storm with t Jower'a Waterproof...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 November 1904

ATTOnNKTO. WILLIAH MITCHELl ATTORNEY AT LKVi. ALLIANCE, . . NEBRASKA. OFFICE I'llO.VE 180, Hr.sIDKNCE i'llONE 203. TcTNOIjiMAi ATTORNEY AT LAW. Uoom J, 2 iind 3, 1'lita Niittoiml Imnl; build Init, Allluneo, Noli. Noliuy liiutllcu. boyF&barker ALL1ANCU, NHHRASKA. Collections given Prompt Attention. L. A. BERRY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ALLIANCE, NEIiRASKA. SMITH T. TUTTLE. I1IA 11. TA II. TUTTLE & TASI1, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. REAL ESTATE, North iMnln Ht - AM.fANOi:. NF.H. Dlt. ICItlCVIlGlt, S - JJ In Alliance 16-30 olevery month. J Office over The Famous . . . 'Phone 391. 9esaecce0 FREY & BALFE, OSTEOPATHIC PHY8ICIANS. 018 IIOX IIUTTK AVKMIK. I'liomi . ' Calls inuwrrcd in town ur country. J. E. MOORE, M. D. i.r.Tcm:u m.oni. AI.I.IANCi;, NKII. Culls answered from olTlco day or night, Toleuliono No. OS, TRriTin PHYSICIAN ANt SURGEON Ofllou over I'ostoflleo. AJ.MANOK. NKII H. H. Bellwood, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Moisten Hulldlnfi. - ALIAA1 JE, NKII L. W. BOWMAN, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Of...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 November 1904

II i &i3SKt$& MPiSM house tf r. arr tan i - -;r f . ir ' - K?-&V; -NjrM-U; .- .1 .- i -- - Jftj".; : B. JS fi-.Ssrgl .V . .M " .. . l-.x- tP. J - V ,' - Forest Lumber Company. Dierks' Lumber 5 Coal Co. Also agents for Nebr. Central Bid. & Loan Asso. Phone 22 Stock 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. cbrnKu Stock Growers Association. (Incorporated.) A. M. Modlsett. piesldent, KushYllle; It. M. Hampton, vleo-preiideiit. Alliance; K. M Searlo jr., secretary-treasurer, Ogtilulla. Executive committee K. I'. Myers, Lena; II. 11. Klncald. Uliigluuii; .lolui Ureiinun, Alllancoj.I. It. VunlJoskirk, Alltunee; K. K. Lowe, Hyunnls; .lohn M. Adams, Potter; It. M. Allen. Ames; 11. LIco, Lodj-epole; Hvert Eldred, Orlando; 1J. C. Hurrln, Children: L. W.'Ulckoll, Kimball; Robert Qniliiim, Al liance; John Conway, Dunning; .1. II. Cool:, Again; A. S. Heed. Allianc...

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