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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1910)
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Twenty-five of the Many Points of Superiority Con
tained in The FREE Sewing Machine
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Vibration. Easier to Operate. Makes a More Perfect Stitch. The Most
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Shuttle. Call-Bearing Rotoscillo Movement. Automatic Thread Controller.
Automatic Tension Release. Positive Self-setting Needle (cannot be put in
wrong). Short Needle. Rigid Feed bearing directly under feed points).
Positive Four Motion Feed (without springs). Shuttle Ejector. Self-Threading
Shuttle. Six Ball-Hearings in Stand. Revolving Spool-holder Care
hardened and Adjustable Bearings. Automatic Head Latch holding head
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It is insured for five years against breakage, wear,
fire, tornado, lightning and water
This means that if your home burns and The FREE sewing machine is
destroyed or injured, we will supply a new The FREE sewing machine with
out cost; that if in a cyclone or flood, your machine is rendered unfit for use,
we will replace it without expense to you, that should you through accident
in moving or otherwise break any part or the whole machine, we will replace
that part, or the machine, gratis; that if you briak a Midla, It you break a btlt, or II
cm wiars ottt; If you briak anattachment, wo will replace thete parts to you absolutely without
cost In Justice to yourself you should, at least, see "The FREE" sewing machine
FOR SALE BY
Geo. D. Darling
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Frank Wallace, Prop'r.
ORDER A CASE OF POP
with your next grocery order. The following
grocery firms will deliver ac your home
24 bottle.s, any flavor, for 75c:
Mallery Grocery Co.
Alliance Grocery Co.
James Graham -A,
S. H. Desch dc Co.
Geo. W. Duncan & Son
Phillips Grocery Co.
-Watson d? Watson
fJRg- Manufactured by GOLDEN ROD BOTTLING WORKS P
Synopsis of Drama
The pupils of St. Agnes Academy
will present n drama in the Pliclan
opera house Friday evening, Juno 17,
for which tickets will bo reserved at
Holsten'B drug store. Following U a
vvnopsis of the drama; 1.. J )
The story of this drama is supposed
to have happened at Fara, Brazil,
about the year 1CG2. The Portugtteso
have succeeded in making several
permanent settlements throughout the
country, and although comparatively
tolerant to the native Indians, these
were filled with hatred towards the in
vaders. In revenge for the loss of
their possessions they concealed from
the whites the medicinal properties of
certain herbs and barks, which were
the only remedies for various maladies
peculiar to that clime. Among these
was the Nhccugai.be bark, or bark of
the "Tree of Health," the only cure
for the Sierra fever which at times
raged mercilessly. At the time of our
drama, Couut Louis Gerouimo Bcrrcts
was appointed Viceroy of the Para
settlement. His wife, Dona Fransesca
Berreto, fell a victim to the fever.
The Portuguese court ladies suspected
Winona, an Indian maiden, who re
sided at the palace of having poisoned
their mistress. They detected her in
the very act of attempting to save her,
which act, however, they interpreted
as an endeavor to terminate Dona
Franscsca's existence. Accordingly,
Winona was sentenced to be burned at
the stake, when the Countess pleaded
for her pardon. This generosity so
touched the hearts of the Indians that
they revealed the secret of the remedy
and became converted to Christianity.
Long String of Fish
Roy Beckwith and G. F. Wilson re
turned Monday from a fishing excursion
to lakes in the vicinity of King postofficc
thirty miles north of Hyannis. They
report having caught a string of two
hundred fish. The well known veracity
of these two gentlemen precludes the
possibility of a doubt that they caught
the number claimed, although there are
always some people who smile dubious
ly when they hear a fish story.
Tons up Your Business
Whether you are selling peanuts or
farms, automobiles or hairpins, or are en
gaged in any other legitimate business, an
advertisement in The Herald will do your
business good. A "square deal" for every
patron is our aim. A uniform price is
charged all advertisers, but no advertise
ments for mail order houses accepted. Wo
decline the advertisements of mail order
houses for the reason that we believe our
home advertisers deserve the patronage
of our readers, and for the further reason
that we do not believe mail order houses
are as reliable as the home merchants.
V nr confident fhat a a rnlft the
I goods sold by the city mail order houses
will not measure up to the descriptions or
fill the claims made for them, as well as
the goods sold by the local merchants.
We do not believe there is a merchant
who advertises in The Herald but what
would gladly compare his goods with those
sold by Rears Sowbuck & Co. or any
other house doing business on their sys
tem. A little string, a little hook, a little
boy, a little brook, a little dog, a little
log, a little frog in a little bog. Turn
back the years your youth appears, its
joys, its feats, stubbed toes nnd tears.
Life's but a span from boy to man,
why not enjoy it while we can. The
end will come as a broken thread,
we're sure to be a long time dead.
If any of our young readers are am
bitious to secure positions in batiks and
business offices we advise them to
write the Grand Island Business and
Normal College, Grand Island, Neb.,
at once. This college will admit young
men and women from the farms and
villages aud no fees are to be paid un
til the student graduates and earns the
motiey. It is one of the largest and
most prosperous Business Colleges in
the United States.
Miss Ethel Miller left for her home
at Alliance Sunday after about a week's
visit with friends in this city. Craw
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from us. We are the agents and
PRICES FROM $1.00 TO $2000
HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW
$1.50 Nickel Watch
$5.00 Gold Watch
AT HOLSTEN'S. WE HAVE WATCHES
TO SUIT EVERYBODY FROM $1.00 UP
Drugs and Jewelry
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The Alliance Racket Store
210 Box Butte Ave.
Big . ock of
New Goods at
FIREINS UR A N O E A G- E.N O Y
REPRESENTS THE OU "'VING 'MHWANCf COM-ANIES.
Uartfuro Tire InsunmCH Oonipnti).
North American of I'lillnilelplila.
Phoenix of Ulooklyn. New York.
Uontlneulal of New York Ulty.
Mmraru Klre Insurance Company.
1 oiiiiwticmi rire
I.tVl-rpiHll. I.oltlloil Mint IJIOllH liis.ro,
Cicrinun Ann"-icmi In. ',... Nvr York.
t ihiuihia i-'lrt instiratti'f Company.
I'liorulx III i. MtirtruM. I mill
r-.-.un 1,1 Union ur:ince IK, I jti(i....'lrei!iMM l-iind liii-urui.ee (V
;eruiuiutt i-ire ins. ik. K.K-lu-.tfi'leriii:iti In. o.
rl.Uuof iMtiuliH nftu. I P'-UtH" l'U-tolurlllnck
of ail descriptions
for any part of a
house or barn.
Dierks Lumber & Coal Co.
Phono 22 D. Waters, Mgr.
WHEN THE PRICE WOULD APPEAR ATTRACTIVE THE QUALITY,
PERHAPS, HAS BEEN SACRIFICED
There is no risk taken when you buy a CHICKERING SON (Boston), IVERS & POND, PACKARD, KURTZMANN, STERLING, KOHLER
& CAMPBELL, HARVARD, HUNTINGTON, besides a number of less expensive Pianos that may be seen on our floors and are regarded as leaders
in their respective grades. YEARS FROIYl NOW you wmtU regard the price of the Piano you purchased now as small if then you FOUND that you
had in your home a Piano that had, proven satisfactory. Time ;'ne will demonstrate the musical value of a good Piano and the honor of the house that sells
Qur aim ha always been to sell the class of Pianos that would secure for us the confidence and esteem of the public. No Piano concern can produce a better asset
than, a' satisfied community ofbuyers; and we are in Alliance to stay. Call and see us in our new quarters, BrennarTs old drug store, opposite postoffice
. PIANOS SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS IF DESIRED ' .
THE BENNETT CO.
Several G-ood Second-Hand Organs from $10 rip
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