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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1902)
PUBLISHED KVERY FRIDAY.
Official Publication of Box
T. J. O'KEEFEt
(Entered it tho Vostonico at Alliance, Nobraska, as
Second-Class Jlall Matter.
nTi op uoairriON.
1'cr year (In advance) tl.W I Thrconionths...... 40 cent
tar Atlr crtUlw; rates tnado known on application.
The City of Alliance.
Alllanco Is a thriving, pushlnjr, Rrowlni? llttlo city of 3300 souls,
with a future full of promise Indeed, so bright Is tho outlook, It
Is freely predicted that within flro years It will have a popula
tion of from 5000 to fiOOO. In all df Northwest Nebraska thoro Is
no town, In point of population and volume of business, that can
approach It. Its railroad facilities aro tho best, being located on
tho main lino of tho went liurllngton and Missouri Mrcr railroad
Hjstcm! and Its schools and churches aro not surpassed any
whore. Its people aro hospitable, enterprising and Intelligent.
Ita climate Is healthful, Invigorating and Inspiring. In short, no
town In Nobraska presents superior Inducements for men of capi
tal, cntcrprlso and push to locate within her borders, Letters of
injulry addressed to tho AlMANOr Hr.itAt.n will bo answered
promptly nnd In dotall. , . .
For Governor W. H. THOMPSON,
Of Hall County.
Lieutenant-Governor E. A. GILBERT
Of York County.
Secretary of State JOHN II. POWERS,
Of Hitchcock County,
Auditor C. Q. DkFRANCE,
Of Jefferson County.
State Treasurer J. N. LYMAN
Of Adams County.
Superintendent Public Instruction CLAUDE SMITH,
Of Dawson County.
Attorney-General J. H. BROADY,
Of Lancaster County.
Land Commissioner J. C. BRENNAN,
Of Douglas County.
For Congressman, Sixth District Gkn. P. H, Barry.
Of Greeley County.
For Senator Fourteenth District Andrbw M. Morrissky,
Of Cherry County.
For County Attorney William Mitchell,
For Coroner C. W. Jkffkrs,
For Commissioner Second District G. W. Lokr.
The Fowler Bill.
The Lincoln Journal is guilty either of inexcusable ignor
nnce or unblushing mendacity. Seeking to belittle tho is
sue presented by tho Fowler banking currency bill the
Lincoln Journal declares: "But the Fowler bill is dead.
It expired by limitation with tho congress that did not con
sider it." If tho Lincoln Journal knew better it is guilty
of mendacity; if it does not know better it is guilty of in
excusable ignorance. Tho Lincoln Journal and its ilk may
take cither horn of tho dilemma. Tho Fowler bill is not
dead for tho very good and simplo reason that tho congress
in which it was introduced is not dead. Tho. Fowler bill
was not introduced into the last congress, but into tho
present congress, tho second session of which begins next
December. Tho Fowler bill is on tho house calendar with
the recommendation of tho republican majority of the com
mittee on banking and currency that it do pass. It comes
up for consideration at the next session of tho present con
gress tho congress in which it was introduced. Every
congress has at least two sessions and more if called to
gether in extraordinary session. The first session of tho
present congress met last December and adjourned for tho
summer recess about the first of Jul)'. In that session the
Fowler bill was introduced and recommended for passage.
It was on tho calendar when recess was taken, and is
among the first of the bills to come up for consideration
when tho second session convenes next December. Tho
ship subsidy bill was introduced at the first session and
passed the senate. It, too, is to come up in the house at
the next session. Tho State Journal need not think it can
deceive tho people in this matter not thinking people, at
any rate. And the republican organ that quotes with ap
proval the Journal's editorial on the Fowler bill simply
convicts its editor of woeful ignorance or a desire to de
ceive. The Fowler bill provides for:
Branch banks, which is a revival of the old United
States bank that was destroyed by Andrew Jackson.
For an asset currency, which is a revival of the old wild
cat money that wrought such ruin, and means simply that
the money of tho depositors is used as security for tho cur
rency and will bo used to redeem that currency in case the
The redemption of silver dollars in gold at the option of
the holder of the silver, thus providing another endless
chain whereby gold gamblers can raid the gold reserve and
force moro bond issues.
Tho retirement of the greenbacks, thus securing tho
hold of the bankers upon tho paper currency of the govern
ment, and the formation of a banking trust that will hold
the government and tho people at its mercy insofar as the
11 ' ' !'-- - - . ,
George Darling the Turnlturo Dealer.
1 TS ONLY ATTAINED in another sphere. We 3
r i do not live there, hence errors sometimes ?
S jl occur. We are not only WILLING but j
S fcL ji ANXI0US to make them right- ($V
S OwHK We want yur trade. Patterns and rjg
i iitini prices which we willingly submit should Tlj
f secure it. Always a little more than your " ?
s money's worth, should retain it, J
S Respectfully Yours, J
I GEO. DARLING. 1
When nature manufactured Prout, it was a work dis- finances of the country are concerned.
tressing; she emptied tho gray matter out, and put in Ealad
Democratic effort, aided by tho efforts of populists,
secured tho passage of tho irrigation law and of tho anti
oleomargarine law. These laws were opposed only by re
publicans, RnrunncANS arc always prating about their love for
the farmer. But it took democratic effort to secure the
passage of the irrigation law. Tho opposition came front
tho republican side of the house.
Of courso the Lincoln Journal and its echoes through
out the state would dearly love to have tho people believe
that tho Fowler bill is dead.
Office I'iionf, ISO. kesidence Phone 03.
R. C. NOLEMAN,
Itooms 1. 2 and 3, First National hank build
ing, Alllanco, Nob. Notary In offlcc.
Druggists nnd Pharmacists.
W. Q. SIMONSON...
Olllco Up-btnlrs Over Postofllco
What About flllckey?
A man cannot serve two masters. Mercer's first allegi
ance is to the corporations, and as between the corporations
and tho common people ho will always be for tho corpora,
tious, Omaha Bee.
But what about Mr. Mickey, Mr. Roscwater? Can he
serve two masters any more acceptably or with any more
success than Mr. Mercer? Ten days before the republican
state convention met your paper reported John N. Baldwin,
general solicitor of the Union Pacific, as saying and Mr.
Baldwin has never denied that ho said it "We have held
a consultation and have decided on Mickey as our man."
Now who are "We?" Do you imagine for a moment that
Mr. Baldwin was consulting with the patrons of the Union
Pacific and other railroads in tho state? Not on your lifei
He was consulting with other railroad attorneys, political
fixers, corporation republicans and party managers. Mick
ey is just as much the tool of the corporations as Mercer
and even more so if Buch a thing is possible. Mickey fs
not so omnipotent that he can servo two masters any better
than Mercer can serve two masters. Owing his nomination
to John N. Baldwin and his associates in railroad and politi
cal manipulation, Mickey's first allegiance will be to the
corporations. Vol; know it, Mr. Roscwater. Why not ad
mit tho truth? Every argument you have used against
David H. Mercer applies with equal force to John H.
Mickey, and you know it, Mr. Roscwater. You have often
prated about your love for the taxpayers and your wonder
ful joliticai honesty, Mr. Rosewater. Now prove it by op
posing Mickey "Our man Mickey." Jump, Mr. Rose
. Under fusion management tho floating debt of the state
was reduced $300,000. Under two years of republican
management the floating iudebctedncss of the state has
been increased much more than $300,000.
There appears to be moro kinds of republicans in Iowa
than there are democrats in Nebraska.
The other day a private citizen, an editor, went back to
his boyhood's homo to attend a country fair. He had been
asked to make an address to his old neighbors and agreed
to do so. He held no political office, he was not a candi
date for any office in fact ho had been defeated for office
but ho spoke to '15,000 people who gathered from far and
near to hear him. Who was it? He is a man whose home
is Lincoln, Nebraska, where there is a daily newspaper
that thinks it good politics, good judgment and good taste
to copy every ill-natured snarl at him it sees in republican
papers; that never loses an opportunity to sneer at him,
and fills its columns with the libelous, scurrilious and nasty
flings that hide-bound republican organs fairly rcelf with
every day. Is there any need to mention the name of the
man or the name of the paper?
L. A. BERRY,
SMITH I". TDTTLE.
IllA E. TASII.
Knows what drugs to order for your prescription.
He expects certain results from their use.'
-&.n.cL "We ZESTn-o-W-
That to get these results, the prescription must be
filled exactly as ordered. That's tho way wc fill
them. Just as the doctor orders. No more, no
less. Then we are careful about the drugs we use.
They must be the best. You can rely on our pre
scription work. There's safety in it. Bring your
prescription to us
TUTTLE & TASH,
North Main St.. - ALLIANCE, NEB.
A vote for the fusion state ticket is a vote for equal
taxation and just enforcement of the laws.
t. II IlfXI.WOOW.M. D. '-IV.B. SELLWOOD. M. O.
Bellwood & Bellwood,
JL. . W
llolstcn Hiilldlug, - ALLIANCE, NEB,
J. S. HEKINNEY, Proprietor.
After a decade of sobriety, during which time he
denounced tho liquor traffic, Rev. Sam Small fell by the
wayside. And now every cheap skate in tho country is
denouncing him. When you hear a man denouncing Sam
Small for hypocrisy, you can bet that the man's breath
smells like a distillery, that ho is the bond slave of whiskey
and tho possessor of a head so little that his eyes could be
covered by a copper cent and a brain so little that a score
like it would not grease the front bearings of a bicycle.
Tho true christian has charity for Small's weakness, and
the ecnuino man who has fallen under ' the blight of rum
knows what a battle a man like Small must wage to remain
sober a month. w--w-
The farmer is assessed at one-fifth. The railroad is
assessed at one-seventh. This is republican discrimination.
The farmer's property is returned at 20 per cent of its
value. The railroad's property is returned at 14 per cent.
Why? Tho railroads own the republican administration.
Now can you seo why tho railroad attorneys and political
manipulators are so anxious to have the republican ticket
L. W. BOWMAN,
Ofllco In Kirt National Dank block. Alli
J. E. MOORE, M. D.
R J. Brennan & Co....
and Mi'Il!t JnLl iivivue
Paints, Oils and Wall Paper.
If the protective trariff does not enable the manufacturer
to secure a higher price for his wares the tariff is of no
avail. If it does enable tho manufacturer to secure a high
er price for his wares it is a legalized robbery of tho
Calls answered from
Telephono No. 63.
olllco day or night.
G. W. MITCHELL. M. D
Offlco In Eockwood)
Day 'Phono 203.
Night 'Phono 37,
Republicans favor a tariff on manufactured goods be
cause they insist that it increases competition and results
in decreased prices. Then they favor a tariff on wheat be
cause, as they claim, it increases the price the farmer re
ceives for his heat. Republican logic is an almighty
"Look here, did you say in a public speech that I was
a thief, a liar, a hypocrit and a scoundrel?" "O, dear me,
no. I said nothing of tho kind. I remarked that you were
a resourceful captain of industry, a man of many expedients,
a. man who could adapt himself to auy environment and
capable of managing a business of any description," And
that's tho way President Roosevelt is explaining to the
trusts just what he means by his public utterances on the
Dk. J. N. Lyman, fusion candidate for auditor, is a
veteran of the civil war. He has a splendid record as a
public official. There is no taint of corporation control on
that record. As treasurer he would not be the willing tool
of the railroad attorneys. He would deal out evenhanded
and exact justice to every class of Nebraska's citizenship.
He will make the best treasurer Nebraska ever had. A
vote for Lyman is a vote for a man who has tho interests
of tho whole people at heart.
It will take something more than a bronco buster and
rough rider to convince thinking Nebraskans that there are
no bad trusts, no inequalities in the revenue laws, no need
of thorough tariff revision and no wrong in the g. o. p. ,
By vlrtuo of nn order of execution directed
to nio from tho district court of Scotts Bluff
county, Nebraska, on a Judgment obtained
nyuisirici court- ut ntuiiui'wuu.j..v
braska. on tho 7th day of January, le. In
favor of McKInloy-Lanulng Loan andTlrust
Co. as plalntur aim against wiunep.ui
na 1r.'n,lnnt fnr till) SUII1 of fOUT llUIUlrvU
and fifty eight dollars and thirty-two cents
(S45&32) and costs taxed at six dollars and
ninety cents (S6.U0) and accruing cosU I Uayo
levied upon tho tho following real estate
takon as tho property of bald defendant to
satisfy said Judgment to-wlt: the- northeast
quarter of section thirty-five (35). township
twenty-eight (W), range forty-nine (t9) In Uox
Uutto county, Nobraska. and. will offer tho
samo for sale to tho highest bidder for cash
In hand on tho 29th day of September, 1002,
in front of tho courthouse In Alllanco, Uox
Butto county, Nebraska, that being the
building wherein tho last term of court was
held, at tho hour of 10 o'clock a.ui. of bald day
when und where duo attendance win do giveu
by the uuuerbigncu.
IUA P.EED. Sheriff of Said County.
Dated August 23, 1902. f P 8-29
Is One of tho Most Up-to-Date Drug
Stores in Nebraska. .......
Prescriptions Carefully ?g,
Watches and Diamonds.
Fine Watch Repairing
Let's see, a few years ago tepublicans declared that it
was undignified for a presidential candidate to tour the
country making campaign speeches. And now those same
republicans are complimenting Roosovclt, for doing wjiat
they denounced a democrat for doing. Republican logic is
full of crimps as a republican platform is full of evasions.
F. E. HOLSTEN,
Notice of Settlement.
IN KSTATE OF ' I m Count v Court.
MAnr k. w nioHT, ufxrased f
ii.t. tinted riutittt NoitrnttKfi
To tho creditors heirs, legatees and others
Interested In tho estate of Mary K. Wright:
Take notice, that Ooorgo V. Clark has filed
In the county court a report of Ms doings a
administrator of wild estate and It Is ordered
that tho same stand for hearing tho 4th day
of Octobor, A 13. 1HB. boforo the court
at tho hour of 10 o'clock a. w.,
at which time any person Interested may
appear und oxcout to und coutost thusamo.
And noUce of this proceeding ordered given
lv publishing MiniD in the Almancb Iiihiaiji
for two weeks prior to said day of hearing.
Witness my hand ami tho Mail of the
county court ut Alliance this 19th day of Sop
yiSi county Judge.
Mrs. Thos. Regan..
Has a Large and Complete
T ADIES' TAILOR MADE Suits,
Shirt Waists, Huslin Under
wear, Fancy Notions, Chil
dren's Headware, Battenberg
flaterials, Embroidery Materials,
Stamped Linens, Hair Goods, etc.
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