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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 December 1904

)1 '1 U I i r hi i i l'i THE ALLIANCE HERALD ' i ' " T. J. O'Kcefe, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. Brief Telegrams Prof. Adolph von Mcnzel, Berlin's most famous painter, lias celebrated hlB 89th blrthilny. Tho total attendanco nt the Louisi ana Purchnso Exposition was 18,741, 073, according to tho official flgvres. Tho children's homo of tho Slstors of Morcy nt Lorotto, Pa., was de Btroyod by flro yostorday. Tho official voto of South Carolina for prosldont was: Park or, C2.8C3; Iloosovolt, 2,271 J Dohs, 22; Watson, 1. Tho roport that Austria-Hungary has offered to reopen tho ct nmorclnl troaty ncgotlatlona with Germany is connrmea. Tho offlclnl canvass of tho voto of North Dakota gives Iloosovolt G2.CG8, - Parker 14,290, Dobs 1,915, Swallow, 1, 105. Watson 1C3, Comploto returns of tho election In Kentucky glvo Parkor 217,170; Ilooso volt 205,277, Swallows C.C09, Debs 3, C02. Watson 2,511. Secretary Shaw fsubmlts to congress estimates aggregating $019,009,852 for appropriations for ...

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. — 16 December 1904

v raws tc 3Hwfsrwsr"N r r 'A rw.iUtir ' iAC fc'IM UPAS! JWK. O mm Brarcujn f ' un hawi y bn iLd )iii AW CopyrlRht. 1S97. by V. Tennyson Nccly. CHAPTER IX. Continued. At nightfall they havo left tho other astern, nnd the fleet greyhound seems to rush over tho greon waters llko a hungry hound In pursuit of a hare. Now they near tho American coast Thus far tho steamer has kept up to Jack's expectations, and ho feels al most positive of landing before the others. Ts luck will havo It, they run Into a heavy fog and It becomes necessary to slow down. This promises to bring lclay that will ndd hours to what ccmod to prcsago a record-breaking passage. Whitles aro heard one hoarse ono ahead, whero some steamer Is plow ing through the dense fog. As soon as Travers learns this vessel Is going In tho samo way as themselves he smiles, confident that .t is tho ono ho chases. At length about noon the fog rise? and discloses tho beach of Far Rock away on Long Island. Jack's eye3 arc fastened upon t...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 16 December 1904

$ OV& UfcVW&&QY tells you the latest about dresses. $ kit & $ We will tell you that our store is the place to buy X-HAS PRESENTS $ AND WHY. Prices are right. Look here. Don't Buy a Dollar's Worth of Goods until vou visit RUAIER'S STORE. You must see the goods to realize the prices we are making. We invite you, j our family and friends to visit our store and get our prices. gfi ; Ii Dry Goods ,oot yards Pi hits, per nrd at ... .i'i to 5c 2,ooo nrd Gingham at per ardM . 5C Online Fliitincls per cl 5 to 7'c Percales ta per yt!.. . . 5 to 7 54 c Novelty Dress Goods, worth 25c fit pr yard. . . 12'Ac Mack Mohair Dresi Goods nt per yard 10 and 15c Thousands of yards Dress Goods pet yaid . . zo to 50c Hiindicds of ynids of Silks and Ribbons, Veilings, Velvets, Laces, Embroideries, Flannels, Table Linen, Bed Sptcads, Muslins, Comforts, Blankets, Kukb, Hosiery, Fascinators, Corsets, Ladies1 and Children's Underwear. Trunks Our entire line of Trunks goes on sale atrhalf regular...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 December 1904

LINC C'LN NKB l The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of Box Butte County. Largest ClrcU' lation of any Al liance Paper. VOLUME XII. ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1904, NUMBER 2 W fUC'r,r '""'J t fit U Christmas flt the Churches. At the Baptist ctuucli a very pleas. ant ami successful entertainment was given Saturday evening, the program being a longtliy one and those taking part are to be commended for the oal expressed throughout the eveninc. A handsomely arranged tree was a most pleasing feature of the exercises, es pecially to the clnldien, was loaded down with beautiful presents for the little ones, who were perfectly do lighted with what the tree held for them. LOCAL HAPPENINGS General nrni Personal Mews of Alii anco and Vicinity. At the First Piesbytcrian church beautiful Christmas exercises were held under the direction of Misses Fav Van Hoskirk and Bessie Mitchell and Mrs. Kustin. The entertainment consisted of a lcnghty program hv the chil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 December 1904

' THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. O'Keefo, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBHA8KA. A colony of 5,000 Italians Is to lo cato In Missouri. Slight oarthquako shocks havo been felt In portions of Panama. Thcro Is much typhoid among Ger man troops In Southeast Africa. Total pnhl admissions to tho Woild's fair 12.80 1.C1C. Tho Stool Bolt association In Now York has decided to ndvanco tho prlco of bolts ?i per ton. Much of tho Influx of Immigration at tho present tlmo is of an uudeslr ablo character. King Charles and Queen Amelia nrrlved at Lisbon on thoJr roturn from their visits to Great Britain and France. A dispatch from Glasgow says tho Canadian Pacific railroad has ordered three largo high speed steamships from Falrchlld & Co. Tho Nebraska hen Is getting busy about thrco weeks ahead of tlmo and ns a result tho prlco of eggs Is de creasing from day to day. Gcorgo I Shoup, former United Slates senator from Idaho, died at his homo In Boise In his sixty-eighth year, after an Illness lasting several...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 December 1904

fY . 7 ?L. n?v i? L'i - ' $ WiU ATALCOrMOIRANWVR CHAPTER X. Continued. Jack feels a sudden glow us of ex ultation ns ho remembers that tho very party of whom she makes men tion is In Havana at this hour. Ho htiH cudgeled his brains to find somo method of getting Spencer out of his path to sweep tho road to Ills wife clear of such an encumbrance and what could give promise of mom suc cess than In playing this girl against him? "Hell hath no fury lllto n wom an scorned," and this applies especi ally to those women of tho south through whose veins the blood leaps and bounds like molten lava, and who know no halfway courso between love and hate when onco a man has mndo an impression on their hearts. Perhaps the situation warrants his action at any rate, Jack is human, nud tho temptation to pay Spencer back in his own coin qulto irresist ible. So he speaks, and tells this beauti ful tigress that tho man she onco lov ed tho man who won her honrt only to insult her, tho mnn alio has remem ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 December 1904

1 onui mm c thus. II OI U. I. HnrdstniRgle Mels every rr aumiay atternoon at Visiting brothers welcome Dell's ball. I. A. Diinnino. V. M. M. Haokavis. Sec' v. L. O. T. M Meets every (lint hiiiI thlrtl 1'rr ilay nl ltaffle Unit YlsltltiK Msccnliees col illnlly InrUort. Mkh. It. J. llmvoui, li. ('. Mrs Annmi Yoi-vr, It. if. ltov.u. lltnm.vxtiims Alliance Cuttle Mo 43 moots VHty second ntttl fourth Tliurwlaj evening In W. O W. Hall. Visiting Clansmen enrdlallv liirllod. K. I. Wooib, O. W. Lniiv, 3ec'y. L !' ATTOIINBYS. WILLI AH MITCHELL ATTORNEY AT LW, ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. Oman Pitoxn ISO. Hiimiiikicr l'lioKitim R. C. NOLEMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.. Itonnts 1,8 nnil 3, I'Irst National Imnl; Initio liitf, Alliance, Neb. Notnry In cilllrc. BOYD & BARKER, AlllHMIoj'H tit JL.t-V .. ALl.IANCtt, NCIIKAIKA. Collections given 1'rompt Attention. L. A. BERRY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ALLIANCE, - NEHRASKA. TUTTLE & TASH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. REAL ESTATE, North Mill it St, ALMANUK. NKU. OOOBO0OOfiM5OU0iOGO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 December 1904

I HAVE- tock nd Notice to ltk.Jik.tn I i v it. , f i Tr ".ki t V lii til nil 1 1 R 13 I ''- 1 .1' Across the street from THE OLD STAND And am ready to serve fine MEALS . . . . " AT ANY TIME iflr of the day or night. ttnw MIWCUMH quick KIUWI) CUISINE EVERYTHING NEW. We desire to meet all our old friends, and One Thousand New Ones. LOOK ME UP. FEATHER it '? V V i ft e d ;..;..j.;.5).j.j;.j;.3,.;.s.t .;..'.;. -jt. ;.;, .;.,;... ennan & Co., DEALERS IN -"JT Drtififs, Pert Toilet Art and nines ! Ivto'EOo FIRST NATIONAL BANK DLOCK. Paints, Oils and Wall Paper Alliance, Nebraska. vxv'yxyyM' 111111 E S - S8? FKOM Nothing is mars interesting than the minufacture of hisfji grade lumber. We I) ty only of th.3 best manufacturers and Innce can issurs vou the best of every thing in tli3 ltn? of ttj lldlng Material. iBWHimnMBUM ami muuimiMmBtauniitmitm CALL AND SEE US OCR PRICES ARE RIGHT PHONE 73 Forest Lumber Company. HOLSTEFS"" PH ARM AC Y . . . . Best Quality SULPHUR IN 100 POUND SACKS FOR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 December 1904

't I VPTOiar V x MefW!&yiMfm'A. xtitxWsK n J GLOBE TROTTERS' NEW Love of A grizzled, nun-tanned, hard-foiitiired man, wlioao faco boro tho atump of hardship nnd adventuro, was HlttlnK In the amokiug room of a Now York hotel. Ho happened to glaneo nt a calendnr and suw that tho day was Dec. 81. "By Jove!" ho exclaimed. "So to morrow Ib Now Ycnr'a day. Unions something happens bcforo-'.hen, It will be tho quietest Now Year I've spent In twonty-throo years. "In all that tlmo I have- never been ro near my old homo In Scotland as I am now. Ofton I'vo tried to get home, but somehow or other Now Year has always found mo In a tight corner In bornoout-ottho-wny part of the world.- This man's exporlenco Is typical of that of many of tho globetrotters in this ago, when people are so fond of "going to and fro In tho earth and walking up and down In It," llko a cer tain pcrsonngo In tho Hook of Job. Now Year's day, 18!t7, found one Englishman facing doath from hunger and UilrBt on board a ll...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 December 1904

7 I J'"' Approach of the Dawn. t "When you get Into a tight place end everything goes against you until It seems that you cannot hold on n mlnuto longer, never glvo up then, for that Is Just tho placo and tho time thnt tvo tldo will turn." Harriet IV pc t Stowo. Wasungion It Popular Name. There aro moro counties In tho I'M'.tort States named for Washington t!iti fur any other man. Tho capital, s. tate and two cities exceeding 20,000 k population also bear bis namo. iKin't you know that Defiance Starch ltt-llPB being absolutely superior to Mil other, It put up 16 ounces In pack h.Ms and sells nt panic price ns 12 i ..en' packages of other kinds? Many a train of thought carries no fu!'ht. WflaSflKiki3asi Jt Cures Colds, CouRhs, Sore Throat. Croup, nfluciizn, Whoopinit Couch, llronchitls nnd Asthma. A certain cure for Consumption in first fctnces.aiiilu surorcllcfln ndvnucoil Ntaces. Vms nt once. You will seo tho excellent effect after tnkltiR the first dose. Sold by deHlers eery vt he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 30 December 1904

RAW FISH AND VVASABI. I A BRAWNY EVANGELIST. . FORCE OF LIGHTNING Am AppvHdiiK I) lti Tlint U ft Furor, lie In J nun it. Not so well Known unions tlio occi dentals nM soy wince, but of etpinl merit n nn oji,i'lUor. Is wnsnhl. Us use Ih universal In .liipnii. It servos (he snino puipo-f tlint horseradish doct on occidental tnlilcH. hil Is less acrid. Mj' own Introduction to wnnnhl wns unique 1 count iiinonjx my nvM pleilH lnR OXpOrltMUCS in tills sunrise lit ltd my meeting with Tunilo Ynuo, novel ist nud diplomat. And nt I lie leant. Item In my debt of gintltuik1 to till . Is Unit lit1 taught mo to iipii.c. lute my rnw llsh nud wnsnhl. Mr. niio has boon the mikado's iiiiiImsimiIoi to China mid other hinds. One night nt the Xiujiou club ho led ui to n delic-nle fltihjoet on the iiiunii with much diplo macy. Ho fliinll.v got my assent to the Btnteini'iit tlint it cosmopolitan nppo tlto Ih one of the distinguishing ninths of cultivated travel. Then ho passed jiip raw HnhJ I confessed th...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 January 1905

f- -,--" 'III IH.II)IHII up ei h-vvl. , wY"nrw J"WS I wr I' t . State Historical Society 1 LINCOLN NED j s j . ' ; ha, '.'w f ' j- The Alliance Herald. Official Publi cation of Box Butte County, Largest CffcU' latlon of any AU Ilance Paper. "- iy "r'l T . NUMBER. 3 VOLUME XII. ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1905, m ? A. A GOLDEN WEDDING Great Social Celebration in Alliance by Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Fletcher.- FIFTY YEARS OF WEDDED BLISS A Convincing Proof That Marriage is Not a Failure. Tlio golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Fletcher wao celebrated with elaborate and social eclat at their home on Monday evening last. A host of friends of the worthy couple conspired to make the occasion a demonstration of affection and good wishes. Nothing was omitted that good taste or good will might suggest. Weeks previous, invitations were sent out in white and gold bidding the guests to the marriage feast. The house were garlanded with wreaths of smilax and a profusion...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 January 1905

,J - J THE ALLIANCE HERALD mmM, Ml ' ! I T. 4. 0'Ktof, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. News in Brief Herbert 8ltnmon8, a negro, was lynched nt Noal, On., for tho killing of J. A, Park, a whllo man. Tho Japancso government has agreed (o r.egotlnto an arbitration treaty with tho United States. Tho Chlcngo Subway company pre pares to expend $15,000,000 In local Improvements In tho near future Tho retirement of Hear Admiral Si lar Terry resulted In tho promotion of Captain Joseph 11 Craig to bo rear ad' mlral. Announcement was mado at tho Whlto houBo of tho nameB for batter ies on tho Atlantic, Qulf and Faclflc coasts. If tho duty is acceptablo to him Hear Admiral Lambert will probably bo ap pointed president of tho lighthouso board. Santiago Simonot of Utuado, Porto Rico, a doputy collector of Internal, rovenuo for tho district of Arcclbo, is missing a East Doston Iibb celebrated tho otnclnl opening of tho new tunnel under Bos ton harbor uniting the city proper and East Boston. Two mon ...

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. — 6 January 1905

' V r ""V "f ' f THE ALLIANCE HERALD T. J. 0'Kef, Publisher. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. News in Brief Herbert Simmons, a negro, was lynched at Ncal, Ga., for tho killing of J. A. Tark, a whilo man. Tho Japaneso government lias agreed to negotiate an arbitration treaty with tho United States. Tho Chicago Subway company pre pares to expend $15,000,000 In local Improvements In tho near futuro. Tho retirement of Hear Admiral SI lar Terry resultod in tho promotion of Captain Joseph H. Craig to bo rear ad miral. Announcement was inado at tho White houso of tho names for batter ies on tho Atlantic, dulf and Pacific coasts. If tho duty is acceptable to him Hear Admiral Lnmbort will probably bo ap pointed president of tho lighthouse board. Santiago SImonot of Utuado, Porto Rico, a doputy collector of internal, rovonue for the district of Arcclbo, is missing East Boston has celebrated the official opening of tho new tunnel under Bos ton harbor uniting tho city proper and East Boston. Two men and two...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 January 1905

i B .i: r X f 4 1. r B V WA-rfTll ' uy-'drarii' jvh YW.m. ATALE I'opy right, lb97, by F. TeiimMin Nccly. CHAPTER XI Continued. "Walt; you may change your mind, Senor Jack," says the agent, delib ei atcly. "Supposo Roblado, bent upon such a dangerous mission, should fall Into the hands of the enemy. They would perhaps feed him to the wild beasts, if yqu have any such In the Cuban chaparral, and possibly the dashing Colonel Spencer would share his fate; hut I can see no reason why I should mourn under such conditions." "Unfortunately It is not such clear calling. Tho senor Intends taking his (laugh!--, with him upon the expedi tion." "Monstrous! The old wretch! It must not be allowed!" cries Jack. "You are powerless to prevent It lie has a design behind It all, and hopes by tho presence of tho girls to avoid suspicion. A very shrewd old fellow, this Roblado, and as calculat ing and cold-blooded as you find them. But, Senor Jack, that Is not all." "Tho deuce, you say! Still worso comin...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 January 1905

s i 2 w h i u I u w . to V . WSimmmt. Ifawi wmiav t" kr,HV 'ffiMira rt rc r,' vam 'i ff imi m hi wr JTOfcftl mwBaiw fATAiionio:aMNWRf a Jv5PT I'opy right, 1897. by K. T?nnMin Nccly. CHAPTER XI Continued. "Wait; you may change your mind, Senor Jack," says the agent, dellb eiately. "Suppose Roblado, bent upon such a dangerous mission, Bhould fall Into tl,e hands of tho enemy. They would perhaps feed him to the wild beasts, If you have any such In tho Cuban chaparral, and possibly tho dashing Colonel Spencer would share hlB fate; hut I can see no reason why I should mourn under such conditions." "Unfortunately It Is not such clear hailing. Tho senor Intends taking his (taught,- with him upon the expedi tion.' "Monstrous! Tho old wretch! It must not be allowed!" cries Jack. "You are powerless to prevent It. He has a design behind It all, and hopes by tho presence of tho girls to avoid suspicion. A very shrewd old fellow, this Roblado, and as calculat ing and cold-blooded as you find the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 January 1905

li 1.0 naF nmrrrrmv ll. OF It. T.-IInnlsmiRRlo Lodge. No. VX2 Mels every Sunday attcrnoou at a., Doll's ball, Visiting brothers welcome. J. -A. Dunnino, V. M. M. Harpravbd, Sec'y. L, O. T. M-Meots ovory first and third l'ri driy At UoRle Hull. VlsltlnR Msccabcos col dlally Invited. Mns. K. J. Itrneot.n, L. Mns. Annus Vobjct, It. IC. ltorAu Hiuiii,a.mkiis Alliance Ciuttlo No. 43 meets very second nrt fourth Thumlny evenlnn In W. O. W. llall. VUltlnn Olansmon cordtallv Invited. K. 1. NV otitis, u, W. LmiY, Pcc'r- h. V. attorneys. WILLI AH MITCHELL ATTORNEY AT HW. ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA. OrrjGK PlIOSR 180. UKSIDENOn I'llONBSOS. R. C. NOLEMAN, ATTOHNGY AT LAW. Rooms 1,2 and 3, l'lr.st National bank build Inc, Alliance, Nub. Notary luofflce. boyF&barker ,. Attorijoyw tit Law ,. A1.LIANCI2, NEBRASKA. Collections given Prompt Attention. L. A. BERRY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. ALLIANCE, - . . NEBRASKA. BMtlll l. TrfTTI.H. " IUA K. TA II. TUTTLE & TASH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. REAL ESTATE, Nortb Main St...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 January 1905

4 4 4 t : 4 4 4 i Is I-1 -4-4 4 4-- - 1904 Was the largest business hmv in oar history. Thanks to our wall pleased customer1!. Now ne propose to make 1905 A still larger and more satisfactory year than its predecessor. Wo shall endoavyor to pursuu the same policy that has heretofore, made this store the most popular HARDWARE STORE in the west. And with our constantly im proving facilities for buying in largs quantities, we shall be able to give you better values lor your money than ever before. Wishing you a Happy and prosperous New Year, and respectfully requesting a continuance of your estemed pat ronage, I remain, YOUUS TO COMMAND, -A.. DSTE3T77":BEI2323"2r Lsn AT4RaHBa.AM.Vj8 .!. .f ' : m i i i f ' i i i i i i . i --. r ' . . --J I I I ' 1 I , t I I L ! r- mMM' -A fit 4U.aiCWlYf IT 1 JJUf 3 r-i-i ws. 5pSfIi. . - ,K lUrtfVH Forest Lumber Company. H0LSTEFS PHARMACY. . . . Best Quality SULPHUR IN 100 POUND SACKS FOR $3-5 Special Prices on Larger Lots at Holsten's. fi ?1tJ I MK -2T ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 January 1905

I THE PAPER TRUST AN INJUNCTION ASKED BY THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. METHODS THAT ARE ILLECAL As the Selling Agent of the Mills the Paper Trust Controls the Market Ab solutely and Has Advanced Prices Fully Fifty Per Cent ST. PAUL. Minn. Attorney General Moody, for tho United States, through DlHtrlct Attorney Haupt nnd Frank D. Kellogg and Jamea M. Dock, special assistant altornoy general of tho , Unttod. Stales, filed-a petition in tho United States district court In which be waken tlo General Paper company, s principal defendant, nnd tho ItaBca Paper company of Grand Rapids, Minn.; Hennepin Paper company of Mltlo Falls, MJnn.; Wolf Ulvor Paper and Fiber company of Now Richmond, Wla.; Atlas Paper company of Apple ton, Wis.; KImberly & Clark company of Ncenah, Wis.; Rlvorsldo Fiber and Papor company of Apploton, Wis.; Wausau Paper Mills company of Urokavr, Wis,; Centralla Pulp and Water Power company of Centralla, Wis.; Comblucd Locks Taper com ' parly of Combined Locks, Wis.; Dolls Pu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 6 January 1905

J' r Us 'i - I THREE YEARS AFTER. Eugono E. Larlo, of 751 Twentieth avenue, ticket seller In the Union Sta tion, Denver, Col., says: "You aro at liberty to repeat what I fl-t f Hated through our D'Utrr papers about ho n h Kidney Fills In tho summer of. 1893, for 1 have had no reason In tl-t Interim to change my ni nlmi of that remedy. I vc3 subject to severe at-t-.'kB of backache, al ways nggrnvatcd If I sat lung at a desk. Doan's Kidney Pills absolutely snipped my backache. I lave never had a pain or a twinge wince." Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Tor sale by all druggists. Price CO cents per box. AH the great work In the world Is sltnply doing the best that Is in us. More Flexible and Lasting, won't shake out or blow out; by using; DeQance Starch you obtain better re nults than possible with any other brand and onc-thlrd more for same money. s Endurance- is tho fruit of endeavor. It Cures Colds, Courtis, Soro Throat, Croup, Innucnro, Wbooplni? Couph, Uronchitls out Asthma. A c...

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