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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1904)
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prorest Lumber Company,
Dierks' Lumber I
Also agents for Nebr. Central
Stockmen: It will
pay you to advertise
your brands in this
paper. The Herald
has the largest circu
lation of any newspa-
iper m western -Ne
Nebraska Stock Urowcr s Association.
A. M. Modlsctt. president, ltushvlllu; It. M.
Hamilton, vIisL'-prosIdont. Alliance; K. M
Scurlu Jr., secretary-treasurer, Opilallii.
Executive uommltteo K. 1'. Myers, Lena;
11. R. Klncald. Illuuhum; .lolui llrcnnaii,
Alliance;.!. U. Vanllo-sUirk, Alliance; K. K.
Lowe, Hyannts; John M. Adams, Potter: 15.
M. Allen, Ames; It. Llsco, J.im1kco1o; Evert
Kldied, Orlando; LI. C. Harrli, Children; L.
W. Illokull, Kimball; Robert Graham, Al
liance; .lolui Conway, Duiirilntr; .1. 11. Cool;,
Agate; A. S. lived. Alliance.
,Vt ,. Neb
as shown on cut
on either side.
Also J-O on eith
Towns hi p 20
and ranj;e 43
county, Neb. '
(Cross II Cross)
on leftside. Also
1 1 1 (in left tlilKh.
under slopo on
left Jaw and u on
STOltM LA1CK RANCH,
As In cut on
right or left lilp;
left ear cropped.
Horses branded O
on left jaw.
on left hip, as In
ranch see. -j-,.,r-M).
N on left sldo
J. R. Xtirtul.
:i 5 connocted
any plucu on left
side. Ratine on
liwtd of i'lno
john o'icni:i u & sons.
OK on left side:
also ok and OK
on left side.
on rleht thigh or
XV on rlRht
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Nothing is more int-irestinii tlmu the
manufacture of high grade lumbar. We
buv only of the best manufacturer and
honce can assure you tlip b-st of every
thing in the line ot Mitldlng Material.
CALL AND SLE lS
OUR PRICES AUK RIGHT
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For th:it small repairing- we
have the fixings, Boards for
sidewalk laying, fencing and
the like, can be had from us
at reasonable price.
Bid. & Loan Asso. Phone 22
Catholic cross on
same on rllit
Ranch on S. V.
M of section So,
29, 45 and adjacent
H. A. DILLTNG.
l!ov Dutte, Neo.
Cattlo branded as
Dent on left hip.
also with the bar
owr Instead of
II A. ALLISON
N oi iBht lilp.
Raiipo In Twp.
20, iunRo45. Sher-
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J For a Full
3 -A- Fancy t
W flftlltw? s
I list Tons,' -
n :,., m
I oiipci'iur nuiirs,
That Can't Lb Beat
I A. D. RODGERS.
No. , 5.
F. M. WALLACE
Moving Household Furniture
and Trunks a specialty . .
Phone No, i Young's grocery, Alliance.
For Fine Boot and Shoe
I. D. NICHOLS
Also has in stock a new line of GENTS'
SHOES of the best manufacture and at
prices that will suit. Call and examine
the stock before you buy and you will
At H. Madsen's old stand, first
door south of Cigar Factory.
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! OtiriK IHKI nmiv, '
B. or It. r. -Hr4trtirtK l.od. No. M2
MM pvery S.indar afternoon at at.,
Bell'd I'Ril. Visiting broilirfk welcome.
J. A. Dl'SNlNO, W. M.
1. Hruav!. Sec'y.
ttoiAi. llIlll.tWH-AtilKlt.1 CHstle Nn.
W iiwt WrysmiMmrt md t-iUl. TliMrduj
ernti tu . n. ft . linn. VtelMmt Olmismen
K P. (wi. o. sv. Umsm;
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1 u. T. M -'.Totrtt -Mtry first and mint Frt
iIh.v at Eiule Hall. Vlsltlm MntH'abws col
rtlnlly lnvlU'd. Mno. R..T RrT70f.i, L. C.
Mn Anii oust. It. K
pSf JTSme Table
'aajisbfij Alliance, Neb.
ST. JOSEPH. SA LT LAKE CITY
KANSAS CITY, PORTLAND,
ST. LOl'IS. SAN FKANCISCO,
nni .ill points CH( and nil points wist and
Thais Li-avk ab Piu.r.oiv, Mu'stain Tijik:
No. 41 r.'imonKvi dallv. DpmIu hmI,
HililiiKs. all iKitiits mil th anil
, west .-;..: la-IB a.m.
,o.S2 I'assenjier dally. Lincoln,
Uinnhii. ChlcaRo and all
. points east 2:i:.in.
No.sni l'nsseiiKor dully, for Denver
Oj;den,alt Lake, Snn I'ran
clsco and all intertuediate
iHilnti, departs at 2:ISu.ni
No. 30 J 1'asseiiBer dally from Denver
and all Internii'dlate points,
v Jl.r,vl's ut 10:45a.m.
No. .AI)ally. e.cep Sunday, for
points south and west, de
parts 1 2: SO a. in
No. .Toil Dally, except Sunda). fiom
south and west, nrrlvos 4:Mp. in.
Sleeping, dining and reclining chair cars
(seats free) on thitiiiKh trains. Tickets sold
and hiiKKtiKU cheeked to any point in the
Cnlted States or Canada. I"or inforuiatlon.
time tables and tickets, cull on or wrlto to
L. S. tAir, Agent, or L. V. Wakki.kv, Uen
eral Passenger Agent. Omaha. Nebruska.
The Summer Season
So are We
With Special Prices
on provisions of all
kinds. Call in and
see us before buying-.
'Phone No. 4.
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W. iU. FOSKETT
Will Cry Sales in This and
Adjoining Counties. . . .
On COlxXCISSIOSsT, of
13 V THE DAY.
tW" Satisfaction guaranteed. If
you want to buy or sell ranch prop
erty, list it with me
How About That
New Suit or Overcoat
For the Spring Season ?
We stand back of
Fit and Style . .
First door south Charter Hotel.
Contraclor ami Builder.
Turning and Scroll
Work and all
Kinds of Shop
GEO. G. GADSBY,
Ilrlck Shop Wt-fct of AlllanCO National
Hank, Alliance, Neb.
MISS MAGGIE HARRY, Proprietress
Good Table Board
OLD TIME COOKERY.
Curium Hoclpps Tlint Wore In Vxc
In the I'lftectUti Century.
An old voIuuk the Ni. iU Hok ot
Coohry, ft, .r u lrymi' 11uim.si.Mc w my
otlin lNti.t.'lr UiMn.Mil. !!. wrlttfn
nlKiut tht jt'Hf 1417, mi;..:i. uiuny
rare uiil ftnions itx-i'toa :u uii hi Ihnw
days nut ii.y fur urilliui-y lisucA, but
those to ! e.iii-a mi t umi Ai (hiy.
It In enrlo.is In re.ulli';,' thl cookeir
book to tlnl Ihut ttierc i.to tho naiiio
birds, bi'asM nntl ttib", the huiiik
courses ntul sometimes t!u fwiinr uatnun
to (IIrIicm as In u inotU'ni oiip, but, nl
though tho unim'3 nro often tlio nntiio,
tho Ingredients nntl tho preparation
tiro very difloront. For InstntU'o, their
"bliitu-ho imtiigo" 'hs oi)tnpoetl of
hunproy or othor llah, and their oils
tttnla contuliii'd frosh inirh uilncod
IUtp Is oho recipe from the booh:
"To make mon amy take and boll cows
cronm and when It Is boiled not It aside
and let It cool. Then take cow curds
and press out the whey; then bruise
them in u mortar and east them In the
pot to the eream and boll together.
Put thereto sugar, honey and may but
ter, color It up with saffron and In tho
setting down put hi yolks of eggs well
beaten and do away the strain and let
the potago be standing; then arrange
it in dishes and plant therein tlowcra
of violets and serve It."
Some of the recipes In this uunlnt old
book were Intended specially for n
"lorde's" table. For Instance, a pike
was to be served whole to "a lorde,"
but cut In pieces for the "eommonalto."
Cabbages were to be thickened with
grated bread for ordinary people, but
nerved with yolks of eggs for a "lorde."
Tho dishes at this time used at table
were either gold or silver for great oc
casions and wooden trenchers and pint
tors for ordinary use. It was not till
tho time of Queen Kllznbeth that
plates of metal and earthenware began
to bo generally used Instead of wood.
WILLS IN ENGLAND.
InlL-rentlnf Ooeiiiuenln That Are on
Kile In .Sonicrsel IIouhc.
In tho heart of London, facing on one
side tho famous thoroughfare known
ns the Strand and oti the other looking
on the Tluui.es, will be found Somerset
House, once a private palace, but now
devoted to various departments of the
Inland revenue of Great llrltaln.
Perhaps the most Interesting govern
ment department In Somerset House Is
that devoted to tho fillyg of wills, and,
ns might be supposed, the collection Is
Immense, varied and extraordinary,
ranging from the will of Shakespeare
himself (containing practically the only
known autograph of Uie worltl renown
ed poet) rlgl t down to mere curiosities
in wills, such as those carved on the
lid of si desk or contained wlthlu secret
cabinets or escritoires.
Here for 2."i cents one may Inspect
the will of any Hrltish person. There
arc wills leaving immciibo sums to
cats and dogs; wills written In human
blood. Hut the most interesting one
has quite a romantic history.
It Is the will of a British olllclal who
died in Cairo of the plague. Before
his death he took care to prepare his
will upon pnrchment procured from the
skin of a freshly killed goat, but as he
handled th.'-s skin himself It was
thought lat"r on that the will might
have the power of transmitting the
dreadful plague from which Its writer
died. Accordingly, after having been
passed frott hand to hand with some
what disastrous results In the way of
plague and death, the will wan put into
n bottle of spirits. Arrive! at Somer
set House, the will was read to the next
of kin and deposited among tho ar
chives of tho department. Kansas
AVny in Avoid Annioiincc
"I understand," he said, "that we
are reported to be engaged."
"I believe some one has taken the
liberty of starting such a rumor," she
"Well, don't you think it would bu
easier to muke the rumor true than to
go to tho trouble and annoyance of de
nying It?" he suggested.
"Perhnps you are right," sho admit
ted. "Such denials are always ineffec
tive in addition to being more or less
distressing." Chicago Post,
A MmU-Ht Itrilon.
Like the traditional Englishman, Ar
thur Stanley, dean of Westminster,
woro home from his first visit to Amor
lea nn expression of amazement whkh
only time could efface. He was at
once beset by Interviewers, says tho
autlior of "Out of tho Past," who ask
ed tho usual questions.
"What was the thing which most Im
pressed you In America?" was ono of
these. Without n moment's hesitation
Dean Stanley replied:
"My own Ignorance."
A Ilo'nl Compliment.
Mgr. 1I9, Nosmuud, archbishop of
Toulouse, when preaching ono day In
the private chapel of Louis XIV. lost
the thread of his discourse, ho that he
had to remain silent for some time.
The king came to his lordship's relief
with this graceful remark: "I am very
glad, my lord, that you are giving mo
a little time to digest all the good
things contained In the former part
of your sermon."
Hovr She Took It.
Harry Here Is a conundrum: When
is two nn odd and lucky number? Ce
lla You know I never can guess conun
drums. Harry When two are made
one. Cella-Oh, Harry! Tills Is so sud
den! Town Topics.
Life Is the finest of tho fine arts. It
has to be learned with lifelong pa
tience, and the years of our pilgrimage
are all too short to master It trh
IIWiWM i MM1.,.M-.
Just to help business along
for a limited time
I start the ball rolling with pure Leaf Lard, in any
quantity, at t Cents per pound. ,
You will find a jfood price on Vigor at iog per pkge.
Two pktfs. of Gloss Starch selling- rapidly at 10c lb.
Increasing the sale of Rice at 20 lbs. for'a dollar.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Prunes 20 lbs. Si.
To help the packing houses out a little, liacon at 15
cents per pound. A great manv otiier bargains too
numerous to mention. These prices can't last long
Come Early, Join the Crowd nntl Rccche a Conllnl Welcome at
GRAHAM'S GROCERY STORE
Ih One of the Most Up-to-l)atc Drug
Stores In Nebraska
Prescriptions Carefully ? a
Compounded a r
Watches and Daimonds.
Fine Watch Repairing
a Specialty. .
T. E. 1IOLSTEN,
I If You Have
I HARDWARE at
You will be Pleased with the Quality and Prices.
! We guarantee satisfaction. No trouble to show
t goods and quote prices.
O . jSL.. 3STEl"7":BE323I3"Sr.
Dealers in Hides, Tallow, Furs,
Cow ana Morse Hide Robes. I Always
Leatherand Saddlery Hardware Reliable.
L. C. BURNETT, M'gr.
FIRE INSURANCE A GTE N T
REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWING
Hertford 1'Ire InsunmcM Compiiny.
North Amurlcmi of I'lillaiMnhiii.
IMiooulx of HlooUlj'n, Now York.
Continental of Nuw York City.
Niagara t'lro In-.uruncu Company.
Now York I'nilurwrlturi, N' York.
Commercial Union Aviurutico Co., London
Dray and Transfer Line.
The only spring
Palace 2Lj i v o-r 37- Bern
S. II. DKSC'II, l?i'op.
oni: hmjck wi:st oi' Goo1 turnouts, strict attention to our husinoss,
Tin: 'i:w ziiiNDLN . , an(j courteous treatment to all has won for us the
m'll.WNO. 'l'lionc T2 excellent patronage we enjoy. Try us.
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The placing of a few
0 dollars monthly in the
... ALLIANCE ...
wiLl soon enable you to
buv a comfortable home.
S l. M, Knioiit, l'rosldunt ....
W. If. CoitniN. v. I'rohldunt
O. II. COSNKTT.Ouslllor.
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Auuat fur tho Ouk-donlun. of
Scoilatid, which lnsuro towu
proporty only, uml tho Colum
bia, which Insures town unit
farm proporty and llvu btoclc,
llotli uro rollubloold llnocoiu
panlus Notarial 'Work,.
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and Leather. Co
Liverpool. London linil Globe Ins. Co.
Oorniiin American Ins. Co., Now York.
KiirniDif, anil Mcrclutnts Iiih. Co., Lincoln,
Columbia Kro Insiimtvcu Company. '.
I'liot'iiK Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn.
HEN YOU CO TO l.i.AVl- I OU N .'.n't uorrj
about what in !o ,ith your jloi.nel'uld Goods
S. A. Milicr v lit tald! charge oi tliin ; more thcr
in a nice, drv and cool plnce anil p( 'j ntul sbi
wnurevur oenimil. l.linre -TonabIe.
daj line id the city.
S. A. Miller.
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FLOUR and FEED
WIIOLKSAI.K ANn ItETAII.
Celebrated Ravenna Flour
At Pilklngton's old
stand, 'phone No, 71.
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