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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 November 1904

THE' ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefa, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. News in Brief Secretary of War William H. Tnft was the principal speaker at the final republican rnlly In New Haven, Conn Tho London Standard's Shanghai correspondent says It Is reported thn4 tho dalal lama of Thibet has arrived at Pekln. Mlscha Elman, 12-year-old Russian peasant boy, Is creating qulto a furore In Berlin musical circles by his vio lin playing. A man who registered ns C. F. Dryan of Indlannpolls, commlttod sul cldo In a Torro Hauto hotel by In haling gas. Longworth Powors, tho sculptor, Bon of tho lato Hiram Powers, tho fa mous American sculptor, has Just died In Florenco, Italy. Owing to Ill-health, a. L. WatFon has had to refuse 8lr Thomas Llpton's request to design another yacht to race for tho America's cup. In St Louis Maurlco Sayrcs of Mil waukee won tho decision In a fifteen, round fight with Jack Lowry of Now" York. Tho contost was close. MIchaol Davltt nrrlvcd at Now York on tho Codrlc. Ho sa...

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. — 11 November 1904

1 ' 0&9AIH ,. ATALCOTTKCIffiWNWVR Copyright, 1897, by F. Tennyson tfecly. CHAPTER III Continued. His identity t Good heavens! they eeem to know him already, since tho old sinner had called him by name, and still addresses him as Senor Jack. Can it bo possible this is somo shrewd, canny Scotch game to in velglo him into a marriage that will put him in tho power of a gang of blackmailers? Ho might even suspect such a thing only for Howard's connection with it, and his declaration that he had u mortgago upon tho name of Jack Travers. At any rate there Is still a lapse of tlmo before tho final round, and that pamo powerless curiosity urges him on ho may yet bo able to fathom tho . amazing depths of this mystery. Ho has aroused himself. Ho asks questions so fashioned thnt they may not betray his ignorance of the sub ject, receiving in reply non-committal explanations that only partially satis fy him. In tho midst of it all an explosion threatens. "Senor Jack," says tho rcmarkablo hos...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 11 November 1904

UNCLE &k UNCLE KNOWS ! READY ! ran I Tremendous Bargains in winter Underwear FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. Men's wool fleeced shirt and drawers 4C Men's wool fleeced shirt and drawers, $1.00 value for 02C Hen's extra heavy all wool Frost King, $1.60 value for I 1 2 Men's double front and back fleeced underwear, $1 value for OoC Ladies' ribbed fleeced vests and pants, 50 cent value for 23C Ladies1 heavy ribbed wool fleeced vests and pants, 75c values 4 Ladies' ribbed Union suits 022C Ladies' fine camelhair wool, a fine underwear, $1.50 value for I I2' Children's ribbed fleeced Union suits, 50c values for 35 Children's fleece lined underwear, sizes 18 to 32 19 to 3-5C Children's all wool fine camel's hair, sizes 16 to 30, 25 to 65C a&mwMjj Extraordinary Prices In Men's, Women's and Children's fr SHOES & Hen's $2.50 Solid Working Shoe, $j .65 Hen's Nice Enough $2.50 Dress Shoe for $1.95 Men's Solid Goodyear Welt, Best $3.50 Shoe for 2.45 Ladies' $3.00 Soft, Patent Tip Dress ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 November 1904

State Historical Society I 1 :.OLN NEU .' 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 18, 1904, NUMBER 48 . . ' -VNVsvwW,,vVINA" local happenings General and Personal News of Alli ance and Vicinity., ''- Li Aoi3t A new lot of Flannel, mer cerized and brilliantine waists in all the fall follnwino-c iiist c received. The HORACE BOQUE STORE TRADE WINNER. 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 visit to this popular mercantile establishment will convince you that we sell good goods cheap. "Vfl. yb. KoYtow. IRA H. Ill'SilNELL. BUSHNELL PROPRIETORS Palace Meat Market CHOICEST FRESH AND SALT MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND $ Fish and Oysters ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 November 1904

i ions i wm H BLF R G A f TROUBLE M DON'T i to Prove what Swamp-Root, the Great Kidney Remedy Will Do for YOU, Every Reader of this paper May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail. Weak ftiul unhottltliy kldnoys nro rcsjioilslblo for moro Sickness and 'mffurlnfr than, any othqr dl.soitso, therefore, whon through negloct or othor causes, kidney trouble Is permitted to contlnuo, futnl results nro Hiiro to follow. Your othor organs innynocd attention but your kidneys most, bocuuso thoy do most mid need attention ilrst. If yoU nro wlclc or "fool Imdly," begin talcing Dr. Kilmer's Bwnmn-Itoot, tho groat kidney, Hvor and bladder remedy, because as 80011 as your kldnoys bogln to get bettor they will help all thG othor organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. Tho mild nnl immediate effect of fiwatnp-lloot thq great kidney and bladder remedy Is hoon realized. It ctnndH thri highest for its wonderful cures of tlio most distressing cases. Swamp-Root will Met your whole pyhtciu right, a...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 November 1904

, , , , I, iwbmwmwm ii II mmmmm In i i w w w m m fty V) ft K i itujwijfAiJrW.LUisiwiiawAa'M hsaSihiiiWi W iTOffi?imLa!rirwnrrt g X i2 a i Itt' . JS'egclaMcPreparationforAa- js slmilatingihcFoodandRcdtila- IS UilhcStoinachsandDowcisor $jj i l'WMfgltL-3'i!lilJllTwTIfWLi &t r' j"1 "'ig j For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Promotes Digeslion.Checrriir nessandRcst.Conlalns neither Opium .Morpliinc norIiiicral. TiOT 3lAllC OTIC . fix? ofoun-SAKUELmaza JmyJan Sad'" JU.Smn Jtoirnrotl - . Ctaifi4 Su&tr Apcrfecl Itemed forConslipa Hon, Sour Stomach, Diarrliocn Worms .Convulsions .Fcverish ness nnd Loss OF SLEEP. FacSinuto Signature of NEW YORK. EiCACT COt!Y OF WRABfiER. I Bears the . I Signature A ) In (r Sva For i .mS Ira In Use Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TMl OtNTAUR OHKkNY. NCW YORK CrTT. BLUNDER THAT WAS FATAL. Absentmlndedncss Too Great for "Two Small Drinks." Thero Is a man up on Capitol hit) who BiipB with n ntunlior of old col lego chums two or thrco time...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 November 1904

1.0 no k imtKrrnmv, II. or It. T.-lliirJmniRRltf I.uJrc.No. 042 Met cvory Sunday afternoon at 2,, Boll's hall. Viftltlng brothers welcome. J. A. Dunnino, W. M. M. Uamravm, Sec'y. h, O.T. M.Muotabrory llnttntid third Kri ility nt ItHRle llfill. Visiting MnronbuM eol illnlly InvlUHl. Muk. K. ;T. JIktzoi.h, I.. C. Mns. Anmr Yount, It. tt. Kov.w. lllniil.AXDKHK-Alllniicc (Jastlo No. la mtmut very mwomI miiI fourth TtiurMlfty rvi'iiiiift In V. O. V. Hall. Visiting CUnnnun ciinllnllv Invited. K. 1. Wootm. O, W. IjHIIiV, Sen'-. I. I. ATT01INKYB. WLLIAH MITCHELL ATTORNEY AT HW. ALLIANCE NEBRASKA. Oman Piionk isn. Unftmracr. I'iionii SWI. RTcTNoIHrnANi ATTOnNCY AT LAW. Uooiaj 1,2 tinii:i. l"lit Niitlomil Ijiitik tmllil lug, Alniilmi, Neli. Notary tnollluc;. BOYF&BARIlERr ,. Altoi'iM'.yn 111 Ijinv .. AI.I.IANCU, NIUIKA8KA. Collections given I'rompt Attention. lTaTberry ATTOnMEY AT LAW. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. SMITH 1'. TOTTI.K. I II A I:. TA II. TUTTLE & TASH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. REAL ESTAT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 November 1904

m f v n a. ' sgSBSssE ill - 9Wr- WB Forest Lumber Company, TO'NXlifll"'' t. t mi, , nn,ittt lattJii'... v o 4 t 4 a eras Also agents for Nebr. Central tockand 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. Ncbrnsku Stock (irowcrs Association. (Incorporated.) A.M. Modlsett. president, lluihvllle; K. M. IlnmpUin, vice-president. Alliance; H. M Se'arlo jr., secretary-treasurer, Ogiihtlla. Executive eoinniltteo E. P. Myei, Lena; R. U. Kincald, HIiiKlmin; John Ilrcnnuii, Alliance;.!. K. VuiiBosklrk, Alliance; K. K. Lowe, Hjannls; John M. Adams, Potter; II. M. Allen, Ames It. LIhco, Lmlgepole; Lvert Eld red, Orlando; E. C. Harris, Chiidron; L. W. nickull, Kimball; Itoberl Gralinm, Al liance; .lolm Conway, Diumliik'; J. II. Cook, AKRte;A. S. Heed. Alliance. MOSLEM k TLM.LV, Jess, Neb. Ftook branded as shown on cut on either side. Also J-O 011 eith er side. Township 2v and rantjo 0. c...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 November 1904

1 , r ? I THE ALLIANCE HERALD T J. O'Keefs, Publlther. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. MmMnMaaMBaHnMBMDwl XT ' T f I incws in Drier i NEARLY ONE WAY PLURALITIES BY STATES. 39,770 Tho nlr of tlio New York subway Is Bald to bo deflclont In oxygon. Governor Mickey's majority In Ne braska will bo between nlno and ton thousand. Tho oldest orator In Germany Is Deputy Schnoldor In Eberswaldo, now 103 years of age. Russia declares that fllio will brook no Intorferonco of European nations In tho eastern war. Military exports In Washington ex pect tho Japaneso to conduct a win ter campaign In Manchuria. Eighty Iowa counties glvo Rooso Tclt 217,241), Parker 110,303, Swallow 7,318, Debs 8,403, Watson 1,357. Four men wcro killed as a result of reign of terror In a West Virginia town; posses aro in pursuit of tho desperadoes. Emperor Francis Joseph has tele graphed to President Hoosovelt his congratulations on tho latter's elec toral victory. Andrew Carnegie's early ambition was to bo a newspaper man, and ho...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 November 1904

- .'.u'.fli v tV' 'si'-v$ti'V - at- JL i". r ' KA v r W L. I "h Ll LI lf .H ' -,'ll " " ' --.... T - 5 v JWJ fiVt-fc S . -1 W tATALEOrMOJMNWR falTOv J , jtts&PGr&dsza&iz' -Wpyrlght, 1S97, by P. Tennyson1 N'ccly. W CHAPTER" IV Continued Undoubtedly sp'oncer know In somo fny the full particulars qf. tbo innt texaud hna conceived n gigantic plan whereby lie may palm himself off as Jqck Travers, marry the girl, como Into tbo property, and Btriko a big thing. And he has corresponded with this guardian . of Jcsslo Cameron, this Spaniard or Cuban, who posoa as the gjrl's stepfather, so that the game lias all been cleverly arranged. Jack can look back to an adventure lie had recently, when ho waB waylaid by unknown men, robbed of money and papers and thrown Into a deep canyon to die; but In somo almost "miraculous manner ho caught lu a treetop and managed to savo hlmseir. 'Without a doubt Spencer was the c'auso of this nttunipt on his life, made lioforo the. London lawyer found ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 November 1904

SUITS for $5.00 Men, Tluv arc Great ! mi " '" .1 inni" ji Wc arc putting in $10, $i i and $12.0 broken lines in MKN'S SUITS, at the low price of BOYS' SUSPKNDERS Silk Embroidered For one week onl Men's Tough, Old Mule Hide GLOVES per pair A very fine line of Black Cashmere I IOSE for men. A bipf bargain at the pair 25c The best SOX on earth at the price in brown and and black, ioc the pair or three pairs for JUtHC Value extraordinary looomile heavv black fleece UNDERWEAR double-seated drawers at 50c each SWEATERS in endless varities all (jualities from 50c to $3.50 C7 Imi mm It'X'A 1 I ' famous Jj&l 113 1IZ f 5H I I T Pi? I F I S 'r f f $f a FAflOUS I I TheSi.nof - - V- I 1 Y I K The Sign of I i. QUALITY IJjjjJ is abroad in the land and if anyone doubts that we will have good times ffff LOW PRICES I let them read these crop reports from government experts. There is of I W Dnn't mis; thnsi. ;.oo i ' '" i ... .... . . TJi ntlmtn n.-,.,, f-. ,, ; 1 , , ; OatR v S50 " " here in all ...

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. — 25 November 1904

Stntr lllstorlcnl Poclctr UNftM.N NKB 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 25, 1904, NUMBER 4U ''Vh- LOCAL HAPPENINGS M&Mte& 1 ?fe&&& General and Personal News of Alli ance and Vicinity. -W-W-1?W$ frW--ww-w-w-w : Wl 1 HE It tt rv Wais t- EgffiHaaargraamTiMTi!'J7iggn C A new Sot of Flannel, mer- c wce jz,cu etna uinsiauuiic waisis r in ail the fall follow ngs just c received. The HORACE BOGUE STORE TRADE WINNER. $ ? rV c SL3 ti &Sfe-a&iSSl-..4B:i';afc.s4.S.fe HERE'S SOMETHING ' Hi (A, "'I That will pay ou to investigate. We have placed our entire stock ol OVERCOAT! consisting of over 250 of the latest pat terns in all of the popular styles and a complete assortment of sizes on sale at 20 Per Cent Dis count iS' S3 v from regular retail valued These poods are not marked for the occasion, but will be found to be just as represen...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 November 1904

1 J' I:" '?! Ui hi ti THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. Tho Borlln, Wis., National bank hag. closed. Deposits aggregated f ISO, OOO. Daron Stovcn Kemony, attached to tho Austro-IIungarlan atubassy, la dead at Washington. The Eastern liar Iron ansoclntlon ordered an advances of $2 nor ton la tho rrlco of Its products. Tho president has nominated John E. Watson of Boonovlllo, Mo., to bo registrar of tho land olllco at Boono- TlllD. Tho straw voto In tho American colony In Moxlco City resulted: Ilooso volt 355, Parker 21C, Swallow 13, Debs 10, Watson 4. Tho steamer Coptic, which arrived in San Francisco from tho Orient, brought $2,000,000 worth of raw silk and over $200,000 In gold. Tho pressing mills of tho Hamilton Powder company at Windsor, Quebec, blow up. Joseph Witty and Ooorgo Ho- bort wcro blown to pieces. Tho report of nn encounter be twocn Russians and Afghan at Kushk, rosuultlng In tho blowing up of tho magazlno thoro la unfounded. Tho Noal ho...

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. — 25 November 1904

r ' IB MllfllVYS ATALEOmirCUMNWAR i &GQP(3:2f77jGCm' 'J CHAPTER VI. The Room That Faced Edinburgh Castle. Jack amuses himself the following iay knocking about tho city, taking a tram rldo down to Lclth, and watching tho fishermen there and at Newhaven come In with their catch. Then ho spends some time up at ho Castle a most fascinating spot for all tomporary sojourners In Edinburgh; observes tho Highlanders go through their drill, nnd, llKc all Yankees, men tally compares them with the boys In hluo at home. Jack dines at the hotel and then nromenades Princes street, observing tho throng, until u Is near tho ap pointed hour, when ho retires to his Toom, and prepares for tho recoptlon of his expected guest, having given ordors that the Spaniard bo shown up when ho arrives. - Ho anticipates a lively scene when tho disclosure Is made, and feels that his future course must be In a nrcat measure governed by circumstances. Four by the clock, tho bells aro just ringing the hour, when ho...

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. — 25 November 1904

t'J Vt t. l.oiuir tnui rmu . II. or K. T. -HnrilitriiHRle Lodge. No. iV2 Mots ovary Sunday .iftornoon at t. Dell's lull. Visiting brothers welcome. J. A. Uf mnimo, W. M. M. HANtRAVM, Sec'y. Ih O. T. M "-Meet uvury first mid third I'rr lnyntUHfrl Mull. Vlsltlnn MmchIkhw cot dlMly Invited, mm. K.J. Kirr.nr,u,lj. C. Mhc Annik Ymirr, It. K. lioYAi. )!mitKiRH Alliance Cnttle No. l.i win vwy sfj.i1 nrt fmirt Thwmlay i vpnliijr In V. O. W. Hall. Visiting Clansmen 'ntlallv Invited. V.. V. Wooiw. O, V. Li.ttir, Foe'y. ti. I. ATTnitNKVH. WILLI AH MITCHELL ATTORNEY AT HW. ALLIANCE, OFI'IOT. PlIONHlPO. NBMUASKA. ItuHinuNCi: I'uosn. R. C. NOLEMAN, - ATTORNCY AT LAW. llotlnli l.t noil 3, First Nntluttul Imnk liulld liiK, Allliinot, Nfli. Notary In ulllce. ,, ,Atforui!tYK IjIIM' .. AI.UANCU, NrinRARKA. Collections given Prompt Attention. ATTOnNEY AT LAW.' ALLIANCE. . - NEBRASKA. SMITH 1'." TOTTI.B. lltA H. TA II. TUTTLE & TAS.1, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. REAL ESTATE, North Main SI., - ALMANOR. NKU. ei...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 November 1904

t K i A' 'K, r ) V i . JfflTBVrJWtV.fWfTT,TgaJPgTWr'? Jsnmg?.-?'fr"r' KCrnCTK!TM MttlffAMPWftaHlf JKt J irAtt?wravTOn'iW 3iaHHca M A11S T 1 f l A L L L A H 1 K IRON A I) W S T 1. K L R A X (i K C () () K I X C, ! X II 1 HI T iisv?m,&F'x.t.T--'iimKWi.H&,.'&Bm&i!im or W " Jt-S-;. i (. ji $ grossaaaESE! 1-1 far' '"" H ?VtfJ 11 y i t:3 rS 13 ffa W ' - ' is. aaa. saw j (A Wy, SreaKSaSBSHKWaBiBL"' ' - 'VT-M. . rfafcWX. it VM.HHZffiSSSE2 "6 Mm ? .inii 7lci5Q0v m sr Hnsr s S -v IV jL JL&. W. JSoannaxSy JflitaxavB&l m r- K if I 3$ rassss via iirsitic i - 'T. r-t fM-4 O jtp uooKinc ."V -"Hfl rl ncBTf .adr Sm. iiL J ill ikJr AX ALL WEE K December 3 to nciusive r 14 R l - 8 5 H r- X Ei!5EH?iSE33SWi El J 1 " KU S a M J r" . b8 . During Week of Exhibit we will give one set of Majestic Ware FREE to any one buying' a Majestic Range. We make the broad statement that this set of Ware is the finest ever offered for sale not a piece of tin in the entife set We have the ware at o...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 November 1904

I t Oil Llttlo Used In Russia. Notwithstanding tho largo produc tion of petroleum In lUissIa tho use of Illuminating oil In tho country is small. It has been llmtcil by a tax on refined oil. Iteccntly tho Baku ro flnors have potltloncd tho government to nbollsh this tax on refined oil for homo consumption and to subalttuto for It a tax on all crudo oil produced. About the Wedding Dress. A host of superstitions center about tho wedding dress. Somo stitches should bo set In It by tho bride her isolf on hor wedding day sho should "sow her own Joy In It." But tho groom should novor bo allowod to boo tho bride In her wedding dress until he mocts her at tho nltar. Trap Gun Kilts Man. A. E. Chambers was klllod at Santa Nora. Cal., by a load of salt tired from & spring gun tho owner of a cabin nad placed at his door for the purposo of discouraging tho visits of burglars. Money Versus Experience. What do you caro If you haven't any moncy7 You are rich In experlonco. Good News for All. Br...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 November 1904

fcfldL " i . -fffi "Kfe ii THE PILLS THAT CURE RHEUMATISM Mrs. Henry Story, of No. 532 Muskingdum Ave, Zancs ville, Ohio, says: "My husband suffered from rheumatism so that he could hardly stand. His back hurt and he had such pain in his left arm that he could not rest night or day. inc doctor did him no good and it was not until he tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills that he was helped. Six boxes cured him completely and he has not had an ache or a pain since. We think the pills arc the best medicine in the world." Dr.Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People cure rheumatism because they make new blood. It would be folly not to try a remedy with such a convincing record of I cures. BOLD BY ALL DRUOQISTB. Tho Wabash is the Only Line LandlnQ You at the World's Fair. Rround trip rates from Omaha aro us follows: S8.50 sold daily except Friday and Saturday, good 7 days. $13.80 sold daily, good 15 days. Tho Wabash is tho only lino that land's passengers at the main entrance of tho World's Fair gro...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 November 1904

,7 . w i pi i i i i i i iinninnin- -r " " ' " a. i i PROSPERITY! Is abroad in the land and if anyone; doubts that vc will have good times let them read these crop reports from government experts. There is of 5vc FAHOUS 3Vv6 FAHOUS I'lu Sin of QUALITY tf- 1 he Sign of V Don't miss those $5. 00 SUITS for $5.00 Men, Thev are Great ' We are putting in $10, $11 and 5 1 2.0 broken lines in MKN'S SUITS, at the low price of $8 HOYS' SUSPENDERS Silk Embroidered 1'or one week only S the pair Men's Tough, Old Mule Hide GLOVES J&3L per pair A very fine line of Black Cashmere 1 I OS K for men. A big bargain at the pair 25c The best SOX on earth at the price in brown and and black. 10c the pair or three pairs for Value extraordinary 1000 mile heavy black lleece UNDF.RWKAR double-seated drawers at 50c racl 1a BBBHaMttM Of DAVID ADLER&SGNS) j&0) CLOTHING CO (fW&M Milwaukee. a, 'wmffl Copy right ')Q4 J Y Ji (&hmmmms. t- J' Mi 1 ill d MM !i ill r s&Aimrjpjwm mmAM)sm x 'tittwr ...

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. — 2 December 1904

F-tnto H(eorlr!t Society 1 Ol.N NliU The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of Box Butte County. Largest Crca atoi of any 41 liance Paper. K LN VOLUME XI. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1904, NUMBER 50 M5'VV,VNVV' LOCAL HAPPENINGS General and Personal News of Alii t ' U - h Wais ts .A new lot of Flannel, mer cerized and brilliantine waists in all the fall fallowings just received. The HORACE BOGUE STORE TRADE WINNER. ,LAyUU-lJVli$UAv mMPSMd& fj The Best Selection & I of Men's & Clothing j xSJ Not only the best ut also the biggest by far, which of couisc sfe ivM means that if you have not as yet bought your heavy suit or over- f!f , coat, that you can do so here without the slightest thought of dis- im &' appointment. No matter what the clothing need, be it Prince JY, rj Albert or cutaway coat for full dress, Tuxedo, sack suit, or over- 'y- (Vjh coat, or even a pair of extra pants, it can bes'l be supplied here 'jh, 8jjS best from the st...

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