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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1904)
The New Pullmans.
Owing largely to sanitary consldora
tlons, tho Pullman company 1ms ntlopt
od a new standard slcepor which lit
tlo rosctnbles tho ornate cars built a
few years ago. Tho new standard Is
severely plain and ts devoid of all
Bcroll and grill work.
Insist on Getting It.
Some Krocers say they don't keep J
flanre Stnrch becnusc they have n stock
In hand of 12 oz brands, which they
know ennnot tic sold to n cuMomi'r who
haH onec used the 16 uss. pnekugc. Dc
Ilanco Starch for siune money.
A woman's Idea of economy Is to
have her husband shavo himself for
six months so that she can get a new
Send 2." cents for Homesteaders' Gtildo
containing 48 pages of information. Ofllcial
map and full instructions how to get a
clnim on tho Rosebud reservation. Forbes
locating Agency, Bonestecl, S. D.
An unbridled tongue goes with an
More Flexible and Lasting,
won't shake out or blow out; Dy uMnrj
Defiance Htnrch you obtain bettor results
than possible with any other brand and
one-third more for same money.
Leadership docs not depend wholly
on leg ability.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
as mercury will urely tlctroy tho t onto of smell
and completely ileruneo tlio whole rvrtcm wneii
entering It through the mucoim surfaced. Such
articles should neicr lie icd except on prescrip
tions from reputable physician, aa tho damaec hey
trill do Is ten fold to the (rood ynu can potmlbly de
rive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
liy K. , I. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no nier
tury, and Is taken Internally, acting directly upon
the tiluod and mucous surfaces of the system, In
liujiiiK Hall's Catarrh Curo bo sure you pet tho
genuine. It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo,
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free.
Hold by DrugKlat. Price. 73c. per bottle.
Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
Never make a fool of yourself tp
please other fools.
IVIgglcStlck launijuy ni.un
Won't spill, break, freeze, nor spot clothes.
Costs 10 cents and equals J0 cents worth of
nny other bluing. If your grocer does not
keep it send 10c for samnlo to Tho Laitndrv
Blue Co., 44 Michigan Street, Chicago.
Uneasy lies tho head whoso tongue
YELLOW CIAJTTCES AltE UNSIGHTLY.
Keep them whlto with Red Cross Ball Blue.
All grocers soil largo 2 oz. package, D cent
There Is no short cut to happiness.
Tho tnm muscular supports cf
body weaken and let eo ur.der
cr Lumbago. To restore, strengthen
and straighten up, use
St. Jacobs Oil
Price 25c. and 50c.
The Genuine TOWER'S
HAS BEEN ADVERTISED
AND 30LD FOR A
QUARTER OF A aNTUW.
It Is made or the but
rnaterialj. m black or jfdlow.
full ?uiranted. and sold by
reliable deilers everwhere.
STICK TO THE
5IGN OF THE FISH.
TOWER CANADIAN CO. LlMUd.. A J TOWER CO,
,....,, ,,... t--. , ..n.r,.nv
Write us or ail: un
Alubnstlnci dealer (or
particulars and free eauiple card of
Vlie Siinltary Waif Coiitlng
Deitroysdlseae Kenns and ermln. Sever
rubs or scales You can apply It mil with
rolil water. Beautli ul effects In white and
delicate tints. Not a disease-breeding, out-of-date
hot-water Klue preparation. Iluy
Alalmutlno In 5-lb. packages, properly la
belled.of paint, bard ware and drucdealers.
"Hints on Decorating." and our Artists'
ir 10J IT.urSt., S.T.
WESTERN SUPPLY CO.
PUMPS, WINDMILLS and
BELTING and THRESHER SUPPLIES.
PACKING and ELEVATOR REPAIRS.
120-822 H Street. LINCOLN. NEBRASKA
will keep et,'BHfresh fora
year at u cost of One Cent
ii i-1i-vnn At nil dniif nnrl
grocery Mores. Sample pkg. for lOdoz.
Quincj Ego Pretervative Co., Quincr. III.
LEWIS' SINGLE BINDER
.STRAIGHT 5f CIGAR
Your jobber or direct trom Factory, Peoria, II,
BEGGS' BLOOD PURIFIER
CURES catarrh of the stomach.
NEBRASKA STATE NEWS
GCHOOL MONEY OF NEBRASKA.
How It Ic Divided Among the
-Adnnis T.'.tSO $
llox liuttc l.rr.2
Cliurry . .
Frontier 2.9 1U
Ilainllton 4,0 tr.
Keya l'alia 1.1BS
Itetl Willow 3,414
Kcott'.i niurr 1.141
Total 370,317 $443,288.14
P::ilroad Man Commits Suicide.
LINCOLN. D. W. Slsson. a Bur
lington fireman, Bhot himself in tho
head and died at St. Elizabeth's hos
pital. Before the tragedy Slsson hud
a talk with Mb landlady, Mrs J V
Barnum, at 1221 P street, tho import
of which she refused to toll, and then
talked out onto the back porch, drew
his revolver and fired, the ball enter
ing l he rlfiht tcmnlc. When the no
lice arrived Mrs. Barnum was on the
point of hysterics, and refused to gie
a reason for the man's act. though it
was intimated by roomers at tho
house that Slsson was in lovo with
Mrs. Barnum, who Is a widow. Slsson
was about 25 years old, unmarried and
has been In Lincoln about three years.
Ho had a good reputation.
Demand for Horses.
NORTH PLATTE. This city is be
coming quite a stopping placo for
horse buyers from Chicago. St. Louis
and other large cities of tho cast, and
so carefully has the horse stock been
culled over that a first-class horse
is hard to find. Tho horse crop of
late years has not been very prolific,
but now that horses are n paying
product, the ranchers of this section
are getting small bands.
Frost Did Little Damage.
NORTH PLATTE. The frost which
hns visited this section two or threo
nights lately did but slight damage.
Fortunately tho night of tho heaviest
freeze there was 'a slight wind blow
ing, which prevented "Old Jack" from
nipping so seriously as ho would have
done under other conditions.
Confess to Murdock Robbery.
PLATTSMOUTH. Sheriff McBride
returned from Missouri Valley, la.,
bringing with him two prisoners who
havo confessed to robbing the store
of A. J. Tool of Murdock. They gave
their names as Frank Labori and
Calls State Warrants.
State Treasurer Mortessen has is
sued a call for : i warrants to ho
nmount of $50 O'.n for May 27. ThU
will include wanv.uti up to No. 101,
Young's Victim Is Dead.
NEBRASKA CITY. James Botts,
the colored man who was shot by
Jesso Young, another colored man,
died from tho effects of his woundg.
The assailant is in Jail.
Fire at Normal School.
FREMONT. Flro at the normal
school caused considerable oxcitomont
In tho northern part of tho city. An
electric wire In tho attic sot a blaze
to some matorial and when one of tho
Iroys went up to ring tho boll ho found
the rooms filled with smoke. An
alarm was turned in nnd tho Fromont
ftro department responded, but before
Us arrival President Cleramons of tho
school and sonio of tho students had
extinguished tho flamos by carrying
water from the laboratory.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
Rev. Haskins will preach tho memo
rial sermon nt Falls Citv.
Tho Round Grove Telephone com
pany, to operate In Shonnnn and Cus
tor counties, has been organized at
Tho romninn of Brnkoman Georgo
R. Snyder, who was killed In tho
McCook yards, were taken to Lincoln
State Fish Commissioner O'Brien
has placed 500,000 pike, 2,000 channel
cnt and 500 crapplos in Crystnl lnko,
Amos E. Gantt of Falls City says
ho heard Sir Henry M. Stanley pro
poso inarrlnzo to an Omnha actress
while u resident of thnt city.
Contrary to first expectations, Jack
Monroe, who attempted Btilcldo nt
North Platte, is improving nnd tho
physicians now express the opinion
that he will recover.
When G. Frnnzen of Plattsmouth
visited his tailoring establishment the
other morning ho discovered that four
.suit patterns, two pants patterns and
a new suit of clothes had been tnken,
At Columbus tho Jury in tho caso
of tho stato against Carl Smith re
turned a verdict of guilty nfter being
out less than an hour. Smith wns
convicted of stcallns a tram and bug
gy belonging to F. J. Seines, March
IC. He was nr rested about a month
later at Exeter. Neb.
Robert Davis of Beatrico ha3 re
turned from Oregon, bringing with
him two bear cubs about seven weeks
old, which he captured thirty-five
miles west of Albany. Ho was at
tacked by the mother bear and nfter
a desporato encounter with tho mil
mal he succeeded in killing it with
Frank Rowe, a man of 35 years of
age, was arraigned before County
Judgo Louis Doward at West Point
on tho charge of statutory assAult on
the person of tho 13-year-old daughter
of Fred Eggcrt, a farmer living threo
miles east of that city. Tho defend
ant offered no defense and was bound
over to tho district court.
Judge Jessen has Issued a peremp
tory writ of mandamus against tho
members of tho board of irustees of
" - "lllage of Greenwood, requiring
them to conveno In special session
and forthwith revoke tho snloon li
cense granted to Peter A. Smith. The
order also rccuires them to closo tho
saloon until the matter can bo de
cided at tho next term of court.
St. Patrick's Catholic church of Mc
Cook was formally dedicated, Rt. Rev
Thomas Bonacum of Lincoln officiat
ing, asis8tcd by Rov. D. Fitzgerald ot
Grafton, Rev. L. W. Winzoll of Horn
don, Kas.; Rov. J. W. Glenn of At
wood, Kas., an'1 Rov. J. ,T. Loughrnn.
the local pastor. Bishop Bonacum
also preached the sermon on tho oc
casion nnd Father Fitzgerald conduct
ed high mass.
John King and Georgo Svears
pleaded guilty to the charge of grand
larceny In district court at Beatrico
and will bo sentenced scon. They
havo: been In tho county Jail for eight
monthB awaiting trial on tho charge
of robbing W. T. B. Simpson, a trav
eling salesman for tho Morton-Gregg-son
Packing company of Nebraska
City, at the Burlington depot in Beat
rico on September 13, 1903.
Dr. E. W. Bullard. an old settler in
Pawnee county, was burled last week,
tho services being conducted by tho
Masons, of which ho was an honored
member. Ho was an arm:' surgeon
during tho rebellion, and soon after
being discharged ho located in tho
southeast part of Pawneo county, and
has spent most of his subsequent lifo
in that vicinity, living, however, a
part of tho time in DC3 Moines, la.,
nnd Toneka. Kas.
Fallo City now has a pavilion for
Crist Thomas, a resident of Saun
ders county across tho river from
Fremont, was made tho victim of an
nRSP.uk by two tramps. Ho was doing
Eomo work in a field nnd loft his lunch
r.nd water Jug under a tree. When he
returned ho saw tho two strangers
eating anl drlng from his bottle. In
t espouse to a demand to know what
they were doing on his farm, ono of
tho tramps mndo nn insulting remnrk
A fight resulted and Thomas was bad
Expert T. C. Cannon, who has been
employed by tho county board of su
pervisors of Washington county to
check up tho county officers, has
handed in his report on tho county
treasuror covering tho past four years
llo finds that tho ex-treasurer still
owes tho county $29.95, and also finds
a number of alleged irregularities for
tho attention of tho county board,
among them beinz a caso where the
C St. P., M. & O. railroad paid In
nearly $7,000 of tho taxes on tho 29th
of January, 1902. and on the books
the money was credited as comlna
Jn during the fiscal year 1901.
J. D. Har.son of John Hall won in
tho ncadomy preliminary debate and
they will renroacnt tho Crete ncadomy
at Franklin In a debato with Franklin
ncadomy. The Judgos wore Profoss
I ors Brown. Bennett and Jlllson.
Two populist conventions wore de
cjded on by tho populist control com
mittee. Tho delegate convention will
be hold in Fremont on tho second
Tuesday in Juno and national dole
gatofj will oo choson for tho Spring
field conontion on July 4. Tho nom
inating convention will bo held in
Lincoln July. 17.
A woman In society is obliged tokcep
lato hours. Site must attend receptions
nnd balls. Shu seldom allows herself a
quiet evening nt home. Her whole
tlmo is taken up in keeping engage
ments or entertaining in her own home.
Her system becomes completely run
down ns a consequence. Sho soon finds
herself in a condition known as sys
temic catarrh. This lias also been called
If every society woman could know
tho value of Peruna at such a time, if
they could realize tho invigorating,
strengthening effecit th nt Peruna would
have, ho"f much misery could be
Letters from society women all over
tho United States testify to tho fact
that Peruna is tho tonic for a run
down, depleted nervous system.
Veil Loaf, Vienna Sausage, Ham
Are Among the Many Tempting Luncheon
Send (or our booklet "How
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Dc&incc Stirth b (fxrtry ban Studa ex&u. H
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H pit guttuAu utbfirttao or moftfy Utk, rVTSvoT
H You can't tost. Bifefci
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H ItautatiucIothejIoolbeautiUanJwfflixrfitfuxin. HKra&VtfXf
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H 't6 oerces for, 10 cerroatIih,d loor thinly JjSIWtfjL
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I THE DEFIANCE STARCH CO., BlllI
ANTISEPTIC PILE CONES
DRUGGISTS. Sample Free. ANTISEPTIC PILE CONE CO., Crete, Neb.
Tirod, Norvous, Aching, Trom
bling, Slooploss, Bloodless.
Pc-ru-na Renovates, Regulates, Re
stores. A Pretty New York Woman's Recovery
tho Talk of Her Numorous
Mrs. .1. K. Finn, 85 East High street,
Buffalo, H. Y writes:
Peruna Mcdlclnu Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Qcntlcmcn: "A few jcor nflo had
to give tip social Ufa entirely, ai my
health tens completely broken down.
The doctor advised a complete rest (or
a year. As this was out of the ijtirs
Hon for a time, I began to look for
some other means of restoring my
"I had often heard of Peruna as an
excellent tonic, so I bought a bottle to
sec what it icould do for vie, and it
certainly took hold of my system and
rejuvenated me, and in less than two
months I was in perfect health, and
now when I feci worn out or tired a
dose or two of Peruna is all that 1
need." Mrs. J. K. Finn.
. Mrs. J. W. Reynolds, Elkton, Ohio,
"I owe my health and life to Peruna.
Wo rarely call in a physician, in fact It
has been years slnco 1 have taken any
other medlulnu than yours. I am afraid
of drugs, and although I hnvo been sick
many time 1 hnvo taken only your
medicines. They aro wonderful indeed.
Wo havo a very largo house and enter
tain a' great deal and I do all my own
work, thanks to Peruna." Mrs. J. W.
Free Treatment for Women.
Any woman wishing to bo plnced on
tho list of Dr. Hartman's patients for
freo homo treatment and advice should
immediately send name anil symptoms,
duration of dlscaso and treatment
already tried. Directions for tho first
mouths treatment will bo promptly
mailed free of chnrge. No freo medi
cine will bo supplied by the doctor,
but nil necessary directions will bo
Read what tho above ladies novo to
say of Peruna as a curo for these cases.
Address Dr. IJartinan, President of
Tho Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
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Government inspected, perfectly packed
foods, and are ready to serve at
a moment's notice.
Loaf, Boneless Chicken, Ox Tongues
Meats. Ask Your Grocer for Them.
to Make Good Thine to Eat."
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01 Torturing Disfieurine
Every child born into the
world with an inherited or
early developed tendency to
torturing, disfiguring humors
of the Skin and Scalp, becomes
an object of the most tender
solicitude, not only because of
its suffering, but because of the
dreadful fear that the disfigu
ration is to be lifelong and mar
its future happiness and pros
perity. Hence it becomes the
duty of mothers of such afflict
ed children to acquaint them
selves with the best, the
purest, and most effective
treatment available, viz. : the
CUTICURA Treatment, con
sisting of warm baths with
CUTICURA Soap, and gentlo,
anointings with CUTICURA1
Ointment, the great Skin Cure.
Cures made in childhood aro
speedy, permanent and eco
nomical. Sold thronthout th world. Cutltara Rop, Me.. Olni
mini, Mc., HtMlTint, Me. (in lorra of Chocoi.i. Catud
Mill, SSc. r ililof GO). IJtpoUi l-ondon, 17 Ch.nr
boum B". I'trli, A Rut d. It Ili I lloftoo, 117 Colara
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FREE to WOMEN
A Large Trial Box and book of In
structions absolutely Freo and Post
paid, enough to prove the value 08
raxtlne U In powder
form to dUsolve la
alcohol which IrrlUtea
Inflamed surfaces, and
have no cleansing prop
erties. The content
of every box makes
more Antlieptic Solu
tion laiU longer
goes further has mora
uses In tho family and
does more good than any
you can buy.
The formula of a noted Boston physician,
and used with great success as a Vaginal
Wash, for Leucorrhcea, PelvicCatarrh, Nasal
Catarrh, Sore Throat, Sore Eyes, Cuts,
and all soreness of mucus membrane.
In local trcatmontof. female ills Paxtlneia
invaluable. Ukcd as a Vaginal Wash tro
challooRO tho world to prtxluco its equal for
thoroughness. It is a revelation in clcanslnp
and healing power; it kills all genns trhicu
caitBO inflammation and discharges.
All leAillngdrugslats keep Paxtlno; price, 50c.
ftlmx; If yours does not, send tousfor it. Ion't
talto a eulistltuto there Is nothing llko Paxtlno.
Write for tho Freo Hor of Pnxtlne to-day.
k FAXT0N CO., 5. Fope Bid?., Boston. Kas
Looking for a Home?
Then why not keep In view the
fact that tho farming lands of
are sufficient to support a population of 50.CO0.00O
or over? The Immigration for the past six years
has been phenomenal.
FREE Homestead Lands
eailly arcestlblc, while other lands may be pnr
cliaitd from hallway and Land Companies. Tho
train and crazine lands ot Wet tern Canada are tho
best on ihc continent, producing the best train,
and catt.'e (fed on Krass alone) ready for market.
Markets, Schools, Itnlltruys nnd ull other
comlltloim make Wcsttiru Cunuda uu envi
able spot for tlm settler.
Write to Superintendent Itnmlerailon,Ottawa.Can
ada. fur a descriptive Atlas, and other information,
or to the authorized Canadian Government Asent
W. V, Dennett, efll New York Lite Uuilditux.
l'OUTAIII.K and drill any depth,
by Mtm or honte powtr.
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We challenge competition.
Sn rvr In Ill.ilr.i.J tilUij IU.4,
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l'hilnul HUf At ulrliu, laws.
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