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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1902)
AND OUR PRICES
live Us a Trial
,jt ,!-! .- .-.!--- J
Is a good dog, but Hold
fast is better. Without
any boasting we wish to
say, our old customers
stay with us new cus
tomers come to us be
cause they find their
linen done up as they
COLLARS and CUFFS
Given that nice, firm
finish so suitable for hot
sjfe weather. Shirts finished
anyway you want them.
Try us and be satisfied.
Nelson, Pierce & Co.,
II. M.Tlmo Tabic.
SALT LAKE CITY,
and nil points cast tiud all points west and
Tiiains Leave as 1'olt.ows, Mountain Time
No. 41 Passenger dully. Deadwood,
nilllnKs, till points north and
west 10:35 a.m.
No. 42 .Passenger dally, .Lincoln.
Omaha, Chicago and all
points cast 1:40a.m.
No. 301 Passenger dally, for Denver
Ogden.Balt Lake, San Fran
cisco and all Intermediate
points, departs at 1 :40 a.m.
No, 302 Passenger dally from Donver
and all Intermediate points,
arrives at 10:10a.m.
No, 43 I..OCUI passenger dally from
Omaha, Lincoln nna Inter"
mediate points arrives at.... 3:5b a.m.
No. 44 Local passonger dally, for
Omiilia, Lincoln and Interme
diate points, departs at 4:00 a.m.
No. 305Ually, except Sunday, for
points south and west, de
parts 8:20 a. in.
No. 306 Dally, except Sunday, from
south and west, arrives 3: 30 p. m.
No. 45 Freight, dally, Dcadwooi.
Hillings and Intermediate
stations 7:30 p.m.
No. 46 Freight dally, for Lincoln
and Intermediate stations.. 0: SO p.m.
No. 47 Freight dally.excopt Sunday,
for Deadwood and Billings.. 10:50a. m
No. 48 Freight dally for Lincoln
and Intermediate stations.. 8:05a.m.
No. 49 Freight, for northwest 1:00a.m.
No, 50 Freight from northwest, ar-
rlvo , 12 p.m.
No. 304 Denver freight, dally except
Monday, arrives at 9:15 am.
No. 303 Denver freight, dally oxcept
Saturday, leaves at 5:20 a.m.
Sleeping, dining and reclining chair cars
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets sold
and baggage checked to any point In the
United States or Canada. For information,
tlmo tables und tickets cull on or wrlto to J,
KitEiDEMiAuan, Agent, or J. Francis, Gen
eral Passenger Agent, Omaha. Nebraska.
For Kidney and Liver diseases, Dys
pepsia, Rheumatism. Catarrh, Heart
disease, General Debility, and in fact
every dlseuse the human system is heir
to can be cured by the Lewis Medicine
Company's remedies. Your money
will be cheerfully refunded if a cure is
not effected. Wm, Kkttelmax, Agent,
Box Butte, Neb.
Flour i Feed,
Is Our Leader. Try It.
Wr.ST SIDE MAIN ALLIANCE. NEIL
Ice Cream Parlor,
Ice Cream, $1.00 per Gal.
Quart, 30 Cents.
Brick, Three Colors and Flavors in One,
50 Cents per Brick.
We Also Carry a Full Lino of
RAY & PETKER.
Contractor and Builder.
Turning and Scrol!
Work and all
Kinds of Shop
GEO. G. GADSBY,
In O. A, Anderson's. I . . ,
Ulacksmlth Shop, f ALLIANCE, Neb.
W. M. FOSKET,
Will Cry Sales in This and
Adjoining Counties. . . .
On C03-CXISSIOJNT, or
BY THE DAY.
OT Satisfaction guaranteed. If
you want to buy or sell ranch prop
erty, list it with me
H. H Norton' m latest Announcement.
OR SEND your neighbors to W. W. NORTON'S to
get tho choicest selection of Dry Goods, Carpets, Clothing and
Shoes in tho city. A big lino of ladies' Tailor Mado Suits,
Cloaks and Skirts just in. Suitings, Flannelettes, Outings, Wool
Challics, Dress Goods, Comforts, and Blankets at right prices
And See Our New
Stock of Underwear which is complote, will bo sold at prices
lower than oyer boforc. Heavy fleece lined at 46c; all wool at
05c, and other grades in tho same proportion Our now
Clothing line opens up with an elegant selection of fall novel
ties direct from Now York. See our now neckties.
and Winter Goods
II. C. Armstrong's
SHIPPED OVER THE BUR
Who came here to stay,
And will never be driven away,
And Sold to His Customers
This is the Beer that Waked Up
Alliance, and it Stands to
Reason It's the ....
Best in the World!
Just order a case of " Red, White and Blue"
for family use. We'll deliver the same at any R3
hour, day or night; for we're out for business r?
and lose no time fa
H. C. ARMSTRONG. (
ARE PROPRIETORS OP r
Finest "Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Agent for FRED KRUQ BREWING CO.,
EXTRA PALE und Other Popular Brands.
. . Er,a;nil3r ,a,a.e Solicited. . . .
Goods Deli7ercd to any part of tho city. Come and See Us.
Dray and Transfer Line.
The only spring
Try tte to
'IW HllX "UIX
HEN YOU GO TO LEAVE TOWN, don't worry
about what to do with your Household Goods.
, S. A. Miller will take charge of them; store them
in a nice, dry and cool place and pack and ship
wnerever uesired. Charges reasonable.
dray, line in the city.
lr Job foil,
THE GIRLS OF KASHMIR.
XVUy they Arc Not ns ncttutlful ns
Thcr Onco Were.
Tho girls of Knshmlr in former times
woro sold and carried awny to tho
Punjab, In Itidlu. They commnuded a
largo price, and parents In modcrato
circumstances for centurion past huvo
been In tho habit of parting with their
daughters to plncc themselves In cnslcr
circumstances, unci tho dnughtcrs hnvo
generally been quite willing to cscitpo
from n llfo of penury und labor to ona
of opulenco and case.
A laboring man In this part of India
cannot earn over $2 or ?3 n mouth,
whllo many receive for tholr daughters
ns high ns $1,000. There nro some cases
whoro $5,000 was paid, but tho usual
prlco Iibh been from $100 to $500.
Tho prnctlco beenmo so common as
well ns so damaging that n Revcro law
waB enacted prohibiting nny ono from
removing nny woman from tho coun
try, but It Is said that tho business
goes on now nn it Iiub dono for hun
dreds of years, nnd to that prnctloo
may bo charged tho fact that tho wo
men of Kashmir nro not ns beautiful
ns they onco were.
Tho process of taking nil tho beauti
ful girls awny, leaving only tho ordi
nary and ugly ones to continue tho
roco, has lowered tho ctiudard of beau
ty. Most of the women nnd girls per
form field labor ub much as tho men,
nnd their dress la of tho coarsest nnd
plainest materials, consisting of n gar
ment lllto n nightgown mado of whlto
cotton. There Is no effort to hnvo It flt
The condition of women In Kashmir
1b n very sad one, but ono from which
there does not seem to bo nny present
csenpe. It Is n constant struggle to
llvo, without tho leaBt hopo of nny ac
cumulation or of over seeing better
Tho men only receive nbout C cents n
dny nnd tho women generally nbout 8
contB, and that will provldo only tho
coarsest food. Philadelphia Inquirer.
PICKINGS FROM FICTION.
Thcro Is nothing that Ib enough for
a woman, but nil. "Tho Mississippi
Ovcrdono heartiness is nearly as nas
ty nB underdono mutton. "Comments
of a Countess."
No man can bo bravo who considers
pain tho chief evil of llfo. "Tho Hero
lno of tho Strait"
Wo ought never to do wrong when
pooplo nro looking. A Doublo Bar
reled Detcctlvo Story."
Occasion's everything, but tho rub Is
to know nn occasion when you eeo it
"The Lady Paramount"
I'd bo slow In ndvlsin' anybody to
go crooked, but when yo feel yo'ro in
tho hands of sharpers it's tho only
Tho master poets lovo to deal with
tho victory of tho vanquished, which
tho world's thinkers know to bo great
er than tho victory of tho victorious.
Bo sure, beforo you glvo your lovo
nnd your trust, that you nro giving
them not only to one who deserves
them, but to one who really .wants
them. "Mnny Waters."
Useful I'urpunvt of Ilosln.
Thcro nro many useful purposes to
which rosin can bo applied outside of
those of general practice. Ab a non
conductor of boat It la used In the pro
tection of wnter pipes, particularly In
crossing bridges, where tho pipe la laid
in tho middle ofn long box nnd tho
whole filled with melted rosin. Rosin
Is also used In supporting bnsement
floors In machine shops, which may be
laid over some dry material, as spent
molding sand, which Is carefully lev
eled off, and tho planking laid upon
temporary supports separating It nbout
two inches nbovo tho sand.
Numerous holes about two Inches In
diameter being bored through thoso
planks, melted roBln is forced through
them by means of funnels until tho
whole space Is solidly filled, nnd then
tho upper flooring Is laid upon thoso
planks. In case tho floor Is subjected
to shocks sufllclent to break tho rosin
it rapidly Joins together again In much
tho Buino manner as the regclatlon of
The DrflKon SInyer.
At an English school a pompous
youngster whoso father, It was well
known, had been a successful omnibus
driver was one day Angering ostenta
tiously a large Beal which ho Is iu tho
habit of wearing, representing St.
Georgo and tho dragon, nnd, having
drawn tho attention of a school com
panion to It, remarked carelessly:
"Ah, ono of my ancestors Is supposed
to have killed tho dragon, don't you
"Good gracious!" Inquired tho other,
somewhat anxiously. "Did ho ruu over
it?" London Answers.
Went Hack on tho Dine.
Gerald My brother turned crimson
tho other day.
Geraldlue I never knew him to
Gerald I didn't Bay that he blushed.
Geraldlno What did ho do?
Gerald -Left Yale and entered Har
vard. New York Press.
Edmonla Mrs. Topnotch Is what I
Eudocla In what way?
Edmonla Why, Bho Is not a Colonial
Dame, but when she camo to tho colo
nial reception she had on a moro ele
gant frock than any one of tho Dames.
Detroit Free Press.
Llttlo Willie Pa, what docs this pa
per mean by saying It was a fruitless
Father It probably nppllos, my son,
to tho quest of some mnn who was
looking for pineapples on a pine tree.
Their Utility In Advancing the I-l
tcrest of Ilnftlnmu Men. J
There nro many instances of where at
suitable cntch lino well drilled Intoi
pcoplo has heon of grcnt valuo In build
ing business. Tho best cntch lino Is
ono that IHh your business best, audi
tho discoverer of such it lino Is apt tol
bo duo nioro to inspiration than to ef-J
fort Pick tho distinctive feature of
your Btoek or buslucss methods and en-'
dcavor to express it in n breath.
If you can coin n phrnso that ex
presses your central business Idea or
emphasizes some fonturo that murks
your Btoro alone, you can make goad
uso of It It puts into condensed form
an Idea that will get hold of peoplo
nnd Inllucuce them If persistently pre
sented to them. Ono fact nbout your
business well lodged in tho heads of
pcoplo Is as good as a score that do not
You can ninko peoplo believe nbout
what you Hko if you go nbout It prop
erly. If a man comes to you today and
tells you thcro will bo n panic lnsldo
of six months, you will pay no atten
tion to hint. If another comes tomor
row with tho samo story, he will get
no attention, but you will Idly wonder
what is getting into folks. Tho third
man you will argue tho matter with.
Tho fourth will got moro of a hearing,
nnd you will begin to see signs of dis
aster yourself. By the tlmo tho tenth
man has mado tho statement you will
bo ready to tell folks tho snmo story
Probably you yourself could not bo
Influenced in such a manner, but tho
common run of peoplo nro built that
way and will bellevo what they or
told often enough. That is why an
cxprosslvo catch phraso docs good. It
comes to stand for you and your meth
ods and of necessity Is remtmbcred
whon goods in your lino nro wanted.
As ordinarily used such a phraso Is
of llttlo value, because It Is not proper
ly hammered into people. Such n lino
should go on letter heads, billheads,
stationery, envelopes, should go into
every nth or circular, should bo Been
about tho store nnd should appear on
labels. Put It on a sticker to attach to
goods and packages. Let peoplo seo
it overywhero. If it means wbnt It
says, pcoplo aro going to respond to It
An Optimistic Cripple.
A ono legged nowsboy had been hop
ping about on his crutch selling after
noon "extras," and when thcro wns a
lull in the business, owing to a falling
oft In tho crowds, ho sat down for a
"How did you lose your leg?"
"Cnblo car," ho' Bald, with tho street
urchin's characteristic economy of
"Too bad I" I remarked.
"Oh, but it might 'a' been worse,
sir," tho boy replied. "The company
paid tho doctor nnd gavo mother $800.
That paid all our debts and left us 500
In bank, nnd it's nil there 'ccpt ?40 wo
had to tuko out when mother wnB sick,
nnd I sell moro papers than most of
tho hoys, Just 'cause I've n crutch.
There's ono of my customers now."
New York Times.
llcr Ono Snccess.
In tho civil war tlmo a western wo
mnn who had lost her husband In tho
lipid end Tho hoped to win a livelihood
for herself and her llttlo ones by writ
ing sent to Harper's Magazine n Btoryi
which had no specinl distinction and
was returned. In the despornte mood
that followed this rejection Bho sat
down with pen aflame und told "why I
wrote It," and her story under that ti
tle was accepted and published, win
ning a sympathetic response from all
its readers. But this production, the
echo of a vital moment, wns her ono
story In the magazine. Oliver Wendell
Ilolmes said that anybody could wrlto
ono Interesting novel If he could truly
toll tho story of his own life. Harper's
"What was the cause of that awful
racket and disturbance In your olllco
Just beforo you came?" nsked ono of
tho tenants on the third floor.
"You know that young cowboy that
came yesterday to begin the study of
law with me?" said the otfier.
"Well, I thought he might as well be
gin at the bottom, ami I told him that
when ho enmo down this morning tho
first tiling for him to do would be to
clean out the ofllce. lie fouud half a
dozen fellows there waiting for me,
but he did It all rlghf'-Chlcugo Trib
une. A Clear Cat IVnrninff.
"Young ladles," said an ubsentmlnd
cd teacher of Latin to his class In Vir
gil, "I understand that you count upon
my calling on you In alphabetical order
and preparo your lessons accordingly.
I am surprised and disappointed at
such conduct Hereafter I warn you I
shall begin at tho other end of tho al
Visitor Go to tho proprietor and tell
him to make my bill out properly and
writo omelette with two 't's' and not
Waiter (a few minutes later) If a all
right now, sir omelet, 1 shilling; two
teas, 2 shillings. London Tit-Bits.
TetM of lrleuilahlp.
When a woman gives notice that sho,
has moved to tho top door und there Is
no elevator, she begins to And who her
true friends are, and when sbo makes
It known that she is boarding out and
hns no meals served nt home she gets
still nearer tho root of the matter.
The foot of a horse Is one of the most
Ingenious and unexampled pieces of
mechanism In tho whole rnngp of ani
mal structure. y"'
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