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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1902)
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Wo wish to introduce our work into every homo fn Atliance and to do this wo will sill for a
. limited timo ONE DOZEN of our very finest
$4.50 Photos for $3.00.
' Our canvassers willcall at every homo in the city with samples and tickets which will bo sold
for 50 cents, the balance being paid at the Studio when tho sitting is made. Positively no
tickets will be sold at tho Studio. The greatest care will be taken in making these Photographs
satisfactory in ovcry particular and hope a large number will take advantago of tho unusual offer.
ALLIANCE ART STUDIO,
Successor to Mark's Studio.
C. R. FULLER, Proprietor.
A. C. BINQHAH,
Baldwin, Crown, Capen, Victor, Sweetland,
Bush & Girts, Ellington, Bingham, Story &
.Clark, Valley Gem, Hamilton, Howard and
Office One and a Half Block
1 11 it 1 ank
Alliance Bowling Alley,
W. S. RIDGELL, Prop rietor.
.y.a)o fev Qywtta ft Te,eis. Ceawes atv&T&sst
Appointed Amusement Place in the West,
and Invite All to Call. Ladies , '
Bowling, Billiarps and Pool
-CIGARS, TOBACCOS AND
" SOFT DRINKS.
SHIPPED OVER THE BUR
Who came here to stay,
And will never bo 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 o "
for family use. We 11 deliver the same at any
hour, daj' or night; for we're out for business
and lose no time. . . .
.- H. C. ARMSTRONG.
& Two of Our Churches.
tmi. Firs t
Bapttet ' (tlnivcb
One Block West and Tvio
Blocks North ot
Georoe CoiUns Jrffeus, Pastor.
Sunday Schogl, ........ .10. do. a.m.
Preaching , . . 1 1.00 a.m.
Junior Meeting....,.... 3.00 p.m.
C 12. Meeting 7.15 P.M.
Preaching ,.... 8.00 p. m.
Prayer Servics.TliundJtr . B.qp p. m.
. A Hearty Welcome &
TO ALL SERVICES.
ONE DOOR NORTH OF
Red, White and Blue"
AXX.TAXOK. - NEUHAS1CV.
REV. E. C. HORN, PH. D.7
Sunday School. 10.00 a.m.
Preaching ,11,00 a.m.
Class Meeting 12.00 m.
Junior Eptvorth League,, 3.00 p.m.
IJpworth League 7.00 p. m,
Praaching 8,00 p. m.
Prayer Service.ThursdSy. 8.00 p.m.
Every one Is Welcomed tb
All Sen ices.
ST. JOSEPH, SALTLAKliUllX,
KANSAS CITY, POl Ti-AfSU,
ST. LOUIS, SAN FRANCISCO
nnd nil lwlnts enst imrt . iwlnts vest, iliid
TiuiNfl Leave as Founs, Jl mintain Tjmr v
Na 41 r.isseiiBer Jully. Deadw x)il.
Hillings, nil points nortli una
No. 42 Passenger dully, lilncoln.
Omnlia, Chicago nnd nil ,
points east .. ..... ....... iiwlid.
No. .T01 Vasseilu'cr dally, for INmvor
OKdun.Snlt IjixUo, Ban Fran
cisco nnd nil lntornicdlnto
points, drpnrts ut... 1:10 n.m.
No. 302 1'nHSciiKcr dnlly f romDonvor
and nil Internii'dlitto points,
arrives ut . . 10:10a.m,
No. 43 UjoiI piissengor dnlly Xrom
Utniihn, Lincoln nnd Intur
tncdlntu points nrrlvos ut.... 5t5h a.m.
No. 44 lcul passciiKor dally, for
points, dopnrts nt...... 4:00 u. in.
No. 305t)ally, except Sunday, for
points sou tfi nnd west, du
pnrts .. .,...8:20n.m
No. 30(1 Dally, except Bunday. from
south nnd west, arrives. .,...3:30 p. m,
No. 45 Freight, dally, Dead woo J.
Hillings and Intermediate
stations ,,...,..,. .7:30 p.m.
No. 40 Freight dally, for Lincoln
und intermediate stntlons.. 0:30 p.m.
No. 47 Freight dally.oxccpt Sunday, ."
for Dead wood nnd Billings.. 10:50 a. m
No. 48 Freight dally for Lincoln
and Intermediate stations.. 8:03 a.m.
No. 40 Freight, for northwest .... l:00u. rn.
No. 50 Freight from northwest, ar
Denver freight, dally except
Monday, arrives nt 9:15 nm.
No. 304 Denver freight, dally except
Saturday, leaves ut ......... 5:20 a.m.
Sleeping, dining and reclining chair cars
scats free) on through trains. Tickets sold
and buggago checked to any point In the
United Suites or Ganudn. Fqr Information,
time tables and tickets call on or write to J.
ICREiDEhHAuatr, Agent, or J, Francis, Gen
eral Passenger Agent, Omaha. Nebraska.
Our New Stre
HAS JUST OPENED
IN THE CORBIN BUILDING
Our Whole Stock Has Just Been Received and ;
' Is Fresh, Clean and of the Finest Quality.
WE MAKE A
Try Our Palace Car Canned Goods and Our
It Makes the Whitest, Lightest Bread and
WoocrSeaime of..: House Furnishing Goods
Our prices in every department are the lowest. .Come in and
compare 'them with what you pay elsewhere.
' WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT YOUR PATRON Am?.'
THB NEW STORE,
WILD GIRL THE QHOST. TN
Myatcry Which Agitated Swiss Canton
Is Cleared Up.
For some Umo tnst tho Inhabitants
of Oron, In tho Canton of Vn : 1. S 't
zcrland, havo bstn agltattid by tho
nightly wandorlrrc cf n ghrtf.' Gome
faw have attorn ptd to unlvo tho rays
tory, but the" ina'frtJY havd, with
Swiss nuporstltk j. 'ur e,,itnt tho host
ly visitor as a tck.i of nvt crlmo or
coming disaster. Ttum's .. . ago a Me
zleres gonda &ot whllj making hla
rounds, cniflp n -ic tlir -npoiotl jr'aoat
In a secludo! ''r est tfAth. It proved
to be a pi . o a" 'i t 1C yaru i f ufeo,
dumb ar ' ". p. ! ati JJlot. She
wore nr r . -rs:. a poitlcn of
old sacl ' p v -c?'iU d at rcas Uor
body, v! ' i r- ? rtViOlt with tlilelc
and tariiiM 'nlr. Lha vas tnken to tho
Village. v"i- 0 "?r riwifo hna
created r "-"pcn. Tsr fofft nre cov
ored will' filet, horpj E.flti. Sho Is
unablo to rAk In s!idj. tnil can only
go up ar ' 3rn ctatri i "all fours.
Whonco ho 1 "t cpnv rr how long
sho has existed la a v.!U fitate Ib un
PROOF THAT HE'DC.'ttWN TIRED
Why the Young vVlfe Went Home to
Her Mother 8o 8uddenly.
Tho young bride's mother Ecr.tly
Btrokcd hor weoplng daughter's hand
and tried to comfort hor.
"Surely It cannot bo true," Bbo pro
tested. "Why, you havo been trnr-.
Itiuu uuu mu iuuiiiunt uuuiku vuiiiiui
bnvo tired of you so soon ns that."
"Oh, but ho has," sobbed tho young
brldo, pitifully, "I am suro of It I
havo seen that ho has been growing
colder and colder every day until yes
terday," sho walled. "Yesterday ho
asked mo to no out riding with lilin
In his now nutomobllo."
It wub enough. Sternly her mother
directed tho broken-hearted girl to
pack up her things nnd coiuo lionip at
Lessened Author's Conceit.
Brown was the proud author of his
first and only novel and had arranged
with his publisher for a few hundred
advance copies for prlVato distribu
tion. Thq summer vacation was on,
so he was taking tho addresses of his
clubmntes that ho might ueml them
hlB book. When Black entered the
room Brown was noting tho address
of one friend who wbb going to Bar
Harbor. Turning to Clnck, tho proud
novelist queried; "Wheo ahull I Bond
your copy, Black?'1 "To Bar Harbor,
also," replied Black, "To Bar Har
bor?" asked Brown In surprise. "I
didn't know vou were irolnir to Bar
t Harbor." "Nelt'ier am I," replied
Black, and the dilnks were on Brown.
Whlttler as a Statesman.
In tho course of a lecture dellvored
In Boston a few.ovenlngs ago Col.
Thomas Wentworth Hlgglnson Btir
prised his, audience by saying that In
tho early '20's Whlttlor, tho poet,
evluced a strong liking for p&iltlcs
and wanted to go to congress, but
fiuld not be nominated because ho
'We are now ready to serve you. with the
Best ancl Freshest Groceries to
Be Found in the Oity of Alliance.
Clerks Want More M6ney.
Tho directors of a bank In Chicago
think that no man should marry on a
salary less than $1,000 a yeaf. They
havo, therefore Informed tholr single
clorks who get Icsh than this sum
that they must '. marry. Tho clorks
havo requested n'fchor pay.
Extreme Thickness of Ice.
A few days ngo Profs. Ulumcko nnd
Hobs, .from Havarla, who aro woll
known for their studies of glaciers,
succeeded In boring through Uho Hint'
crlos glacier In tho Otsshal Alps, nt a
point whoro tho Ico was found to
bo 153 motors dcop.
Sturdy Au&trallan Child.
Tho two and a half-year-old son ot
a resident of Koorlngn, South Aus
tralia, strayed from hU homo ono
evening recontly. Next morning ho
was loucd nt a spot twelve miles
au -, and was still trotting Steadily
, ,,i) i in n - -
South Africa's Future.
Benjamin Kldd, tho economist, who
has Just made a tour ot the now Brit
ish South Africa, says ho believes tho
country to ho richer than tho United
States west of tho Mississippi nnd bo
lloves that its future Is assured.
Has Copy of Inportant Treaty.
Durwood C. Cain of tho United
States rny, and 'a son of Ronrcsenta
tlvo Cain of Ohio, has the oluclal copy
ortho trcnty between China and Japnn
aftor tho war ot 1894, which ho s
curcd In Pekin.
Beginning to Entertain Doubts.
' "Sometimes," roflpctcd tho Uev. E.
Strooto, look'hg over his small "but
fachloonblo congrog Mon, "I doubt
whethor 1 over had a genuine cnll to
preach. I am arrald It was only a
A rain-drop ono tvontyTflfMi of an
inch In diameter cannot fa. at- any
greater speed than 13 foot In n sec
ond, Hnln-dropa rarely excoed ono
eighth of an Inch In dlnmetcr.
Preacher Also a Physician.
Tho Uev. Char 3 A. Trottnan, pas
tor of tho Church of tho Redeemer,
St. Louts, 1b also a practicing physi
cian, having regular ofneo hours dur
ing tho week.
To ABslat Chinese Government.
Alfred Jossup of Brooklyn, lias
been selected to assist the Chinese
government In tho work of currency
Bodies of Chinamen Sent Home.
About $D0,Q00 was paid ono month
recently for tho shipment to China of
some GOO Chinamen who had died in
Queen Exhibits Bantams.
Eight varlotles of bantams are be
ing exhibited by tho Queen of Eng
land at a show at Barnstable.
AND PAY THE BEST
PRICES Fqft PRODUCE.
Most Delicious Pastry.
Color .Was All Right
Tho older Dumas onco was wearing
.ho ribbon of a certain order, havlag
recontly boon mndo a commandant,
and an envious friend remarked upon
It. "My doar fellow." ho said, "that
cordon la a wi etched color, Ono
would think It wns yuir woolon vest
that was showltp.' "Ofi nor my dear
d'E ," replied Dninn wfth a smile
'you'ro mistaken. It's not a bad
color; It 1b exactly tho shade of tho
sour grapes In thr fabl
Myotary Cleared . '
A steam trawlor on t"46n cfc
Scotland, has brougat tin h itt)
of a horee and n carrlno . 1' est,
Their recovery explains - isf
pearanco iC years ago or a uctor
coachman. Ho wont to p;oit t d df
tor ono wild night, and wee cover
heard of Pgalo. At tho tlmo tho be
lief was that ho had bo t'ur.'fod In
tho river and carried Into Uo Qaro
Export of Rabbit Qklns.
Not everyone knows of the cDor
moils trade between England aud tho
United States In rabbit skins, Over
3,000,000 woro doolt with by ono Bir
mingham denier laat year. Tho skins
nfa first acnt to Uo Continent, where
tho long h&tni aro extracted by hand,
the skins being subsequently pre
pared for tho making of hats.
Rarity Among Women. '
Thoro may bo some husbands who
will bo filled with onvy when thoy road
thut tho deep moISncholy in which the
czarina is said to bo leads her to pre
serve Bllcnco for Jorjj periods oven In
tho prosonco of gups.a. Cqrtalnly her
alleged mania mltrh; tako a more
acute and objection a'jlo form.
Ireland's 8choct Census.' '.
Tho comrolnslopcrs of National Edu
cation In Ireland, In their roport which
was IsRited' recently Btato that tiding
tho past year thoy had provided placca
for 897,403 pupllB. T? o number In
averngo attendance, wl-'-h, dn 1900
wob 478,22-1, Bhovod Isii. year 'an In
crease of 3,807. ' '
A Brld'irobrr.'a Clft. f "
Cameoo ara ar H va'-ii Into fash
Ion, nnd Bomo li-Mt Tut t Jings ? t
lino havo just h . soen In n
brldo's "corbstilC Tho brld", ,
gavo hla future vlfe a cameo bn
each cameo being a llfe-Hlio pm v s
tho brldo's father, mother,' fir.. l
Superstition About Cats.
Scotch peasants behove that a cat
scraping 1b a sign that Bomo beast
horse, cow, pig or dog will bo found
doad on tho farm before long. A cat
washing its face portends rain next
day; turning Us back to tho flro por
tends storms and rains.
King Lowanlkn created -jsome eon
sternatlon among his subjects when
he arrived at Ltlalu, ithe Barotsoland
capital, wearing a silk hat, frock coat'
suit, kid gloves, patent leather boots
and carrying a walking stick and' an
Prof, Dolbear'o Career.
Prof. A. E. Dolboar of Tufts col
lego has just celebrate! his slxty-flfth
birthday. For over tntyr-lght
yenrs he has been a professor at
Tufts. 19 wan born In tho same
houso In which Benedict Arnold was
Irving's Fondness for' Tea
Sir Honry Irving has a weakness for
tea. Ho likes to brow It himself, and
novor travels any long dlstnnCo with
out taking a full tea equipment "with
him. -Sir' Henry's favorlto brand'.la an
expenslvo China tea.
A Young Biblical Student.
.Ono day ray little brother Wlllard
was asked how ma"- apostles -there
were, and ho repii , "Eleven."- On
being corrected, ho said: ''No, tere
wasn't twejvo, 'ouse Judae K- -b-sJ-'
Runs Throuc ' stumi "I
Tho railway t Bristol,
Big gtono Gap. V-,,J8 the -which
runs thrqugh a natural
This tunnel Is 930 feet long, a i -is
been formed by a -river known as
Stock Cre&k, .
-Statue of Gh'rldan Completed.
Augu' St. .uijens ha3 eoinplet
ed hie i i"str' a Btatuo eg Geu Piitt
Shoridan at West Lebanon, N. II.
It Is ready for shipment to;Nov York,
wher,e it wIll-Uo erected.
Wanted It, Anyway.
Gerald As it Is to bo a secret en
gagement. It would noi bo wlso for
mo to give you a ring at present. Ger'
aldlno Oh, but I could wear it on tho
wrong hand. Judge. '
- Just Dividends.
Probably It Isn't true that Plerpont
Morgan wants the, earth. It may bo
that he only craves tho fullness there
of, Philadelphia Inquirer.
Has 8erved "t-Flve Years.
fesBor of an
or the L
A patent raw' - .trust
est thing In "ruorgty", flnnt
tho public la askod to swallov
Millions of Buttons Used.
Tho vjorld uses about ? 15.200,004
worth of button yearly. - .
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