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GENERAL P. H. BARRY.
Candidate for Congress, Sixth District.
ALLIANcfe, - - - NEBRASKA.
OrriCE Phone ISO.
KEBinENCE Pn ONE 203.
R. C. NOLEMAN,
Rooms 1, 2 nnd 3, First National bank build
ing, Alllnnco, Neb. Notary In office.
NRU t'K0CKS3 WITH MALT.
Method Perfected nt lobst Urowcry Thnt
Assures nccr Perfectly Pure.
There is just as much difference between
the plans of an architect and the sketch of
a schoolboy as thcro Is between the now
Malt Process ot the Pabst lowing com
pany and tho old way of making beer.
There is more in that than you may
think. Beer drinkers can't afford not to
know what this statement means.
The Pabst Brewing company is not easily
satisfied good as Pabst beer has been and
is, it is better now than over before.
It will pay to know why.
Thin is why:
Capt. Pabst declares "that malt is tho
soul of beer."
Tho better the malt tho better tho beer.
Perfect beer must come from perfect
malt. Tho New Process at tho Pabst
brewery begins a new era in tho browing
It's a -malt revolution.
NEW PROCESS rKRPECTKD. !'
Malt, up to this timo, oven in the Pabst
brewery, was gotten from barley-grain by
tho best methods known. At immense
cost involving the tho outlay of vast sums
of money, tho Pabst Browing company has
perfected a new malting process that is so
far superior to the old method as to bo be
yond comparison with it. Always before,
tho malster spread tho steeped barley on
the malt-houso lloor, and was dependent
upon the weathor for results. Malt in tho
now Pabst malt-house Is made in weather
that is made in tho malt-housotho only
firo-proof, air-proof, germ-proof malt-houso
in tho world. Tho walls are several feet
in thickness: light enters only through
triple windows, closed and scaled.
Malt is made from barley, step by step.
HOW MALT JS MAD3.
First Pabst obtains tho best barley
money can buy. Then it is clcanod, grad
ed and stored, and at regular intervals
cooled and freshened by tho "air-bath"
Second To become malt, tho grain
must sprout or gcrraiuato in a moist con
dition. Right here is found the revolution
in perfect malting. After steeping an
average of fifty-four hours in pure water,
tho grain is conveyed to immenso germ
inating compartments. Tho sprouting
barley in these is stirred and turned by
automatic stirring and cranes, not by
shovel as in the old way. Each and every
individual grain sprouts in tho same tem
perature, nt the samo timo and exactly to
the samo extent,
Third After the sprouting or germinat
ing, tho compartments aro emptied, and
tho grain is carried away to the kilns.
Pabstkilns are the only kilns ever con
structed that kiln rightly and properly.
Eight immense floors in two tiers lie one
above tho other over tho great furnaces
beneath. All these floors aro metal,
punctured by smalt holes to admit the heat
The wet sprouting malt goes to tho ' top
fleer first, where it begins to wither; then
the floor is opened and tho malt drops to
the floor below, nearer and nearer tho
heat, withering more and more, drying as
it goes. Finally upon the lower floor tho
sprouts begin to fall from the grain, leav
ing tho malted barley-grain dry.
Then comes the fanning, which blows
away and entirely removes every particle
except the perfect malted barley-grain it
self, ' -
TURK USER HY PABST METHOD.
Malt under the new Pabst process germ
inates in atmosphere that is tempered to
the fraction of a degree.
Eight days that work continues. Pure
filtered air of exact temperature is drawn
by suction at regular intervals through
the grain, the malt being always in a per
fectly fresh, clean atmosphere,
There Is never any change in tho malt
ing climate of the Pabst malt-house.
Change is often fatal. Pabst new malt
house is the only one where change is im
possible. Pabst malt is good malt; best malt ever
Malt made that way, and it is made
that way only in tho Pabst brewery, that's
perfect malt, that means perfect beer.
The rest of the process of brewing
beer is familiar to those who have visited
any good brewery. The brew-house of
the Pabst brewery is the best brew-house
in the world best equipped most equip
ment. After tho infusion of the hops, the
cooking, the cooling, the fermenting and
the storing, the barreling and the fin
ished product reaches the consuming pub
lic at last the best beer ever made, be
cause it's made by the best method from
the best malt.
If the malt isn't right, the beer is bad;
if tho malt is good, the beer is good; if the
inalt is perfect, the beer is perfect.
This tells why Pabst malt is perfect malt;
the way it's done, the new way, the best
way, the Pabst, way.
Choice Winter Apples.
My appl have arrived, cars are located
on track near the beer house. Anyone
wishing to avail themselves o( this oppor
tunity to lay in a stock of fancy crated or
bulk hand-piektd wjinter apples of the
finest vartitioa grown will fin . m. pleased
to rooive their orders." Piv bushes or
over will be delivered free to any address
within the city limits.
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Dr, Alien, dentfst, opera house.
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BIOGRAPHY OF GENERAL BARRY:
MILITABY nKCOIU) IN WAH OP HEIJKI,LION
Enlisted September 2, 1861, in Co. E. 63, N. Y. Volunteer infantry, Second Brigade, First Division, Second Army
Corps, of the Army of the Potomac, and served in the following battles fought by this splendid army, viz: Siege of
Yorktown, Fair Oaks, Gain's Mill, Bottom's Bridge, Savage Station, White Oak Swamp, Cold Harbor, Frazier's Farm,
Malvern Hill, Second Bull Run, South Mountain, and Antietam. On September 17, 1862, at the Battle of Antietam. he
was wounded in the leg, and on February 17, 1863, was discharged for disability by reason of wound received in battle.
After recovering from his wound he again enlisted on the 17th day of July, 1863, in Co. A, 12th Mass. Vol. Infantry,
commanded by Col. Fletcher Webster, son of Daniel Wqbstex,, and served with that regiment until it was mustered out
when he was transferred to the 39th Mass. Vol, Infantry, and served with that regiment until again wounded; while
serving in these two regiments he was a part of the First and Fifth Corps. He participated in the battle of Mine Ran,
October, 1863. In the spring of 1864 the Army of the Potomac, under the command of General Meade who operated
under immediate direction of General Grant, moved against Richmond, and General Barry participated in the battle of
the Wilder-ess, May 5 to 9; also Laurel Hill: Spotsylvania Court House; Bethesda Church; North and South Anna
River; Cold Harbor; crossing the James River June 16, he took part in the battles around Petersburg on the 16th, 17th
nnd 1 8th days of June; the battle of Jerusalem Plank Road and the many bloody skirmishes and engagements around
Iters urg until wounded on the skirmish line July 8th 1864, necessitating the amputation of the right arm, and was
discharged from the United States service in October 28, 1864 by reason of loss of right arm by wounds received in battle.
" Born in Ireland August 25, 1844. Emigrated to' Boston, Massachusetts with his parents in 1849. Educatqd at the
nilir-tt Grammar School, of the City of Boston. On his return from the Army engaged in business of tinsmith and
plumber March 1880 emigrated to Nebraska, homesteading in Garfield County. 1881 moved to Greeley County,
bought railroad laud and resides on this farm today. In 1892 he was elected to the House of Representatives, from the
forty-ninth Representative District in which he resides, and at the impeachment of the State Officials was selected as
Chairman of the Impeachment Committee. At this session of the legislature he introduced and secured the passage of
the act authorizing the State Auditor of Public Accounts to appoint two competent accountants to make examination of
Ihi looks, accounts and affairs of each County Treasurer's office not less frequently than once in two years. In 1894 he
wa tlcctcd again to the House of Representatives. April 13, 1895 he was appointed Adjutant-General of the State by
Governor Holcomb, serving through the Spanish-American War. He was reappointed Adjutant-General by Governor
Poyntcr, and served under him until the expiration of his term. He tendered his resignation as Adjutant-General Jan. 1,
1901, nnd same was -accepted February 24, 1901. On February 27, 1901, he was elected by a unanimous vote as Brigadier-General
of the Nebraska National Guard, commanding First Brigade with headquarters at Greeley Center, which
position he now holds. Nominated for Congress by the People's Independent and Democrat parties at Kearney, Ne
braska, July 9, 1902.
W. Q. SIMONSON...
t Attorney at
Oflleo Up-sUirs Over PostofHco
L. A; BERRY,
SMITH P. TDTTLE. IRA E. TABU.
TUTTLE & TASH,
North Main St, - ALLIANCE, NED.
II. II. HKLWOOD, M. D. - W. 8. BELMYOOD. M. D.
Bellwood & Bellwood,
llolstcn Building, - ALLIANCE, NEB,
L. W. BOWMAN;
Oflleo In First National Bank block. Alli
J. E.MOORE, M. D.
Calls answered from oflleo day or night.
Tclophono No. 63.
G. W. MITCHELL. M. D
Oflleo in Lockwood) ALLIANCE. NEB.
Bay 'Phono 203. Night 'Phono 37,
Road Notlncc to Land Owners.
(Road No. 44.)
To whom it may concern :
Tho commissioner appointed to cxatnlno a
road commencing at tho northwest corner of
section 13. township 27. rango 49. in Dorsoy
precinct, Box Butto county, Nebraska, run
ning thonco south between sections 13 and 14,
23 and 24, 25 and 26, 35 and 30, terminating nt
tho southwest corner of section 80 of township .
27, rango 49, has reported In favor of tho es
tablishment thereof, and alt objections there
to or claims for damagos must be filed in tho
county clork's oflico on or beforo noon of tho
8th day of December, A. D. 1002, or said road
will bo laid out without reference thereto,
S. M. Umyskr,
10-3-4t County Clerk,
Newberry's Hardware Establishment
The largest line of Steel and
Cast Ranges ever shown in
Western Nebraska. Ranges
from $25.00 to $62.50;
Largest Stock of G-lass in Alliance.
Contractor and Builder.
Turning and Scroll
Work and all
Kinds of Shop
Sheep For Sale.
Three thousand one-, two-, three
and four-year-old ewes for sale. Large
sheep and will shear from 10 to 12
pounds. The band averaged 10K
pounds this year. Two hundred Ram
baulett bucks that will shear from 20 to
30 pounds. Address
H. A. Peters, Moomaw, Neb.
GEO. Q. QADSBY,
In O. A, Anderson's I . . ,
Blacksmith Shop, f ALLIANCE, Ned.
W. M. FOSKET,
Will Cry Sales in This and
Adjoining Counties. . , .
I On COMMISSION, or
BY THE DAY.
ST Satisfaction guaranteed. If
you want to buy or sell ranch prop-
t erty, list it with me
The Best of
Our Prices are Right.
SVob "Us 8. 5fva, (Stt.