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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 March 1909

H r r-? I pimfim Published Every Thursday by The Herald PuhHshing Company. K. A. Ii EitFON, I'r . IiU) yd (?. TnnM Ab, Sec. John W. Thomas. Mgr. JOHN W.THOMAS Editor J. B, KNIEST Associate Editor Entered at the postofiice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the malls, as second-class matter. Subscription, $1.50 per year In advance. THURSDAY, MARCH id, 1909. Always on the fence. ? ? ? ? ? Now that the fight is on we trust till will remember that wo are in it for the good of Alliance, Pat Crowo has fallen off the water wagon. It seems that his reformation was of short duration. Patronage shows who has tho confi denco of the public. Notice the ad vertising columiiB of The Herald this week. Tho Commercial Club is making one last big effort to get the Normal School for this territory. Have you done your part? NOW is the time to put your shout der to tho wheel and push for tho Nor nlal. It will mean a big thing for western Nebraska. Fair weather is hero again. From the amount ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 March 1909

i- i' ', 1 V 'Si A: ft ' i- FsVj.J'i' ) . , ! itm ' - j A 21 , i ift'v & " ftf' r't - i 9: i Additional Local. The attendance at the performance, "We Are Kinc" given at the opera house last Thursday evening, while not large, seemed very enthusiastic. This company had some very pretty scenery and some capable actors that are deserving of mention. The real estate firm of E. T. Kibble & Company sold four quarter sections of Box Butte county land to eastern buyers last week at a good price. Mr. Kibble states that these men expects to locate on their farms and will, add a couple more good farmers to Box Butte county. Hal Pardey reports that he is having great success with his moving picture show on the road- Hal made a trial trip up the Guernsey line and when storms did not interfere, had good crowds at all performances. He is getting a much desired opportunity to look around and become acquainted with this western country The W. C. T. U entertainment giv en at the Presbyterian c...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 March 1909

u f , n f i 8 4 OPENING SPRING SALE C:::4mW'C:: Veils and Veiling All new designs and latest patterns n vtim 1 4 I ? ? '4 4 D X I NEW LINE OF WAISTS Ribbons All the new shades and colorings Laces See our line at 5c and 8c yd. CORSETS New numbers in W. B. Hipless Models $1, $1.25, $1.50 J COMMENCING r i X V i SPECIAL SALE i Heatherbloom Skirts I i WEDN ES DAY, MARCH 24X? REGAN9 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK s S X f ? TAILORED SKIRTS Lace Hosiery Silk Hosiery Colored hosiery JUST RECEIVED NEW INVOICE Muslin Underwear t One-piece Silk Dresses $ Princess and Empire I Styles LEGAL NOTICIJ. In tlio County Court of Hot Unite county, Nobrniikn. In ilia matter ot the estate of (lustaf Jensen, decciised. Htato of Nuhrusliu, .. Hox Iintto County. J To till perHonH Interested lu tho estate of Oustiif Jensen, deccasi'd 1 ' You iiru hereby notified that 011 thu 10th day of March, ltm flobert (Iritlntni, executor, of tho estnto of (Jtistaf Jensen, deceased, Hied In said court his final Account lis wild n ecu ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 March 1909

IIWWMWtWuM..U,IWI'lttiW-.l Alliance Law Miss M. Ruth Taylor TEACHER OF PIANO 416 Niobrara Ave. Phone 381 GRAND OPENING and Order League ITS PURPOSE: ! To BM-tmr. l'nforrenient of Tnw.. MiitntpiiKiicu of Urrior. Election of IlonvM OniolaK I'nliltolty of MunlrltiM Mutters. Kconutny of AilininWtrtillon. I'roniolliiii of Deeunoy. HupprmRlou of tho Liquor Trntllo A Uri'iuur nml Ulvitucr City, Morally nnd Materially. r- I -Si ' fir" SATURDAY, MARCH 2009 The Largest, Up4o-Date Piano Store in Western Nebraska Call and see the latest styles and improvements --upright pianos in beautiful imported mahogany, fancy walnut and Flemish oak cases. Chickering & Sons Grand Pianos Autopianos-anyone can play them Alliance High School Orchestra will play at 8 p. m. Music, Souvenirs Free EVERBODY COME AND ENJOY THE MUSIC Mm iienns BENNETT CO. Branch Piano Store, Alliance, Neb., 404 Box Butte Ave. Thin Mitu'o putd for at rcvnlnr rates and imtiltslior nuMimtift no rrsiumslblllty for any sUiUnnontn nimt...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 March 1909

. V swar 5tt t yjafc?fewafc.wfcyigM -rr.wv i" r 1 I ;i ' i r I: Home Course In Modern Agriculture VI. How Plants Arc Propagated By C. V. GREGORY, Agricultural "Dl-OUion, lotva State Cottcg Copyright. 1000, by American Prei AMoelatlon IN order to continue to raise crops from year to year wo muMt propa pate the plants In some way.. There nro two prlnclpnl ways ot doing thls-by needs and by divisions of tbo plant itself. The most import tnnt of these is by Bceds, as it is In this wny that most of tho ordinary) farm crops aro multiplied. In order to understand this process we must first learn how the seeds arei formed. Tho tassel of the corn Is the ninlo flower and tho silk the female. Bomo plants, such as certain varieties of strawberries, have only femnlo, llowcrs nnd must be planted In alter nate rows with varieties which havo both kinds of blossoms. In other plants tho mnlo and femalo flowers nro combined in one. This is tho case with the applo and many other fruits. In tho apple th...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 March 1909

sfcrtito,i8&33&.; 1 ki A. w !!1 I i" I? fife lWi 3&ui ST. PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL, NEW YORK CITY. Finest example of Gothic architecture in America. O'ConneH's "Si Patrick Dy BERNARD QUINN Copyright, 1909, by American Press Asso ciation. HE smallest girl was sick, and the biggest must stay at home to tnke care of her, so the middle sized one alone was dressed for the holiday In the best that the combined re sources of the three could pro vide. "Areyourendy?" said Uncle Pat "Well, then, we'll sally forth to seek our for tunes." He spoke Jest ingly, but the subject Itself was grim. Patrick Hwxacx Doyle was in n mighty bad way, and he knew It. He was the victim of cir cumstances nnd a iulek temper. Here ure the circumstances: About tvo years ago his sister and her husband died in one month, nnd there was nobody to take care of the three orphaned children but Pat. They came to him with nothing but the clothes ou their backs. He rented a little tenement, nnd tho eldest girl, who w...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 18 March 1909

A -JUWi--" CHILDREN'S SHOES JUST RECEIVED A $2,000 shipment of the best shoes in . the world for the little ones. Guaran teed durable and to wear well. Remember, when vou want SHOE REPAIRING we do the work promptly and satisfactorily The Alliance Cash Shoe Store D . . . Wallaces. lii Transfer Line! Household goods moved promptly and transfer work solicited. Phone i frank Wallace, Prop'r. COMING SOON, thn big parade. Watch for the posters. Tho calico dance given by tho daugh ters of Isabella at the opera house was largely attended and proved to be a most enjoyable affair. Tho following were down from Hem ingford to attend the assessor's meeting this week: Chas. Moravck, Dert Lang ford, Henry Homrighausen, Tom Hop kins, Chris Hansen, John Armstrong add Chas. Wiltsey. Knte Mulloy accompanied his moth er and sister, Mrs. Sam Heater, to Long Bcrch. Calif., this morning, go ing by way of Denver. They will visit on the coast for several months but Mr. Mulloy expects to return in two weeks,...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 March 1909

im uwlB8BWIwwiwtiwwiiiwtMBM' A . Official Publication of the City and County Largest Circulation I of any Newspaper in Western Nebraska. i VOLUME XVI, ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1909 NUMBER" 15 V The Rain In money matters as well the Rainv Dav Period comes against that time and the is a substantial account in bank. We are not offering you Big Returns on Small Investments, BUT AN ABSOLUTE LY SAFE DEPOSITORY FOR YOUR FUNDS AND INTEREST ON SAME AT A RATE CONSISTENT WITH SOUND PROFITABLE BANKING. Our successful experience of nearly a score of years enables us to claim the title of banking experts, and we cordi ally invite your' account on our merits; The First National Bank of Alliance. Millinery (es AT Mrs. Simmons' Millinery Store 0eeeeec90 BUSINESS LOCALS IS. K ..Afrf-A-'W AAAWA" Dr. Allen, dentist. Opera house blk. I am now ready to make contracts for cement work to be done as soon as the weather will permit. John Ped erson. .ww, Barred Plymouth Rock eg...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 March 1909

i.Esw-j j,3taB wwwsm,itBmmmirui3'm. in)v:is 'jm.x, . rtj- tt.j nzvtjvtiw "r-vixgKz.-. . -- sfcftaflFjwroi ww ji fMn4. t. tf,.as: Jw-AacjafSiHraHffwwau. -jrJ,rf3m)wtt.-wfrfin,, sDugan & Paige 1 1 THE CRYSTAL THEATRE If BeTlTnee I t In rhna-e of nrooram PHONE 304 2 BCCSOU (X UCG I J OUR PICTURES ALWAYS PLEASE . The Minstrel Men 0 TONIGHT Singing, Talking and Dancing opeciai yvvatinee oaturcl y $$$ r ' T Kidnaped Child is Returned to Father at Cleveland. Whltla Paid the $10,000 Ransom to a - Woman and Son is Sent to Him at Hollenden Hotel Willie Was Well Treated. Llttlo Willie Whltla, who has caused the police of tho entire country end less worry alnce he was kldnamnt from Kcliool In SlSfcron, Pa, last Thutsday, was returned to IiIh father at the Hol lenden hotel, In Cleveland, Monday night. In compliance with nn agree ment ontorod into botweon tho kid naped boy's father and an agent of the kidnapers, the boy web plncod on u street car on tho outskirts of tho city and started to th...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 March 1909

DPEHionsrE aei I. L. McOORKLE, Secretary J? Nebraska Land Co mpany OFFICE OVER ALLIANCE NATIONAL BANK Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska Wonderful Opportunities for Investors J. O. McOORKLE, President r i k K TO ATTRACT THE ATTENTION OF INVESTORS AND HOMESEEKERS, WE INTRODUCE AN ILLUSTRATIVE DIAGRAM OF WHAT WE CALL THE . T77"li.GGl Of EOXtiarLe. YET LET NO ONE ASSOCIATE OUR BUSINESS WITH A GAME OF CHANCE. THERE IS NO GAMBLE IN OUR METHODS YOU TAKE NO CHANCE WITH US. 'WE DEAL IN DIRT BUT WE NEVER MADE OR SOUGHT TO MAKE A DIRTY DOLLAR. EVERY INVESTMENT IS A SURE WINNER NO PATRONS OF OURS EVER LOST OUT. . - Look at the Wheel below. At No. 8 on the left is shown the average value for an investment. Our wheel, like Time, never turns backward; forward with constantly accelerated force and speed it goes, and $1600 grows to $2000 a clean up of $400. Take No. 11: Your money .is in the whirl; you invested $2800, you pull out $3200. 1(5 1 I- 1 I'Sf Investment in B ox Butte County lands solid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 March 1909

-.ji3LjF,"-sKi-'?,nmrtaa(f wtxti. ; HrtJ l . -TwCK Ci !.,.,. 1 ri Published Kvery Thursday by The Herald Publishing Company. h A. Pikhsox. IT ii. liMrt 0. Thomas. Pop. John Y, Thomas. Jtr. JOHN W. THOMAS J. B. KNIEST , . . . Editor Associate Editor Entered at the postoflice at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. Subscription, St. 50 per year in advance. THURSDAY. MARCH ly 1909. The Alliance Herald Democratic As editor of The Herald I wish to de fine my position on the subject of poli tics more clearly so that there need bo nn mUnnfliirKtfiniltnir or inlMinnn-liiMi- "Inn n to whom this miner Htnd8' of monopoly that engulfs them; on the under my editorship and management. Vs I stated In assuming charge of The Herald, It Is primarily a newspaper; but as it comes properly within its province to give some attention to the political issues of the day ami the men .who, as public ofllclalsor candidates for public oftlco, represent those Issues, I ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 March 1909

I:jjiau.;y.:, Box Butte County School Department l I HEfllNGFORD HERALD. mM,mf,sm,LmiM is&!$gb&m OKA E. PHILLIPS. COUXTV SUPEKINTIADENT. EDITOR i HEMINUFORD. HOX HUTTE COUNT. NEIL. MARCH 2?. lOOO. 3 Cl ll! AAITll T IYFl W F i HEMINUFORD, HOX HUTTKJ COUNT, NEIL, MARCH 25, IOOO. !' i R n ;.. i " rf - . r 't - Miss Flora S. Godfrey again resumed her school duties iu district No. 57 last week after a six weeks visit at Wash ington, Iowa. Mrs. Ella Wciiner of Harrison began a three months term of school In the Fosket district west of Canton Wednes day of last week. Miss Amy llrown Is teaching1 her first term of school in the Kluknid dis trict west of Alliance. That she Is giving excellent satisfaction is the re port from the patrons of the school. That the Mnrsland schools are doing well was noticed during a visit there recently. Miss Annie Kennedy teaches the eighth, ninth and tenth grades and Miss Nina Nation the first six grades, there being no seventh grade. Snpt. U. W. Hayes...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 March 1909

i,,,JU33jSi&li-M rjLJ .C- AAAAlMAAi y OPENING SPRING SALE ' ? J 3:.H,W-$:K'HK - 5 i-T.-7 af J NfeJ 5 X M i i Veils and Veiling AH new designs and latest patterns WIIWI IH I HP W I Ribbons All the new shades and colorings I x V M ILLINERY COMMENCING Laces See our line at 5c and 8c yd. CORSETS S 7 i x 1 7 New numbers in W. B. Hipless Models WEDNESDAY, TTH $i, $1.25, $1.50 SPECIAL SALE Heatherbloom Skirts 8 .J MARCH 24- REGAN'S OPERA HOUSE BLOCK I NEW LINE OF I WAISTS t I TAILORED I SKIRTS I Lace Hosiery I Silk Hosiery I Colored Hosiery i 4 4 4 4 s JUST RECEIVED NEW INVOICE Muslin Underwear I One-piece Silk Dresses I Princess and Empire $ Styles i.i:fiAi. notice. In tlio County Court of Hok Uutto county Ncbrnaku. , In the matter ot tlio eatMo of tJustnf Jensen, deceased. . BHito of Nebraska, . TiriStnKfeCounty.r ... . To till persons Interested In iho entitle of fluntrtf Jeusi'ii. dwUHwlj you arc hereby notified Hint on tlio 10th day of March, 1IW, Kolmrt (Jriiliam, executor, of tl...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 March 1909

nfWfcttfcwwm 'Mu uai t'miM r ! r K V 1 sr l-s V Frlctlonlejj Empire All Backed by a Guarantee as Good as a Government Bond I have just received direct from the factory a CAR LOAD of latest improved 1909 Empire Cream Separators in the different Styles, Sizes and Prices, from $50.00 up. If you are thinking of buying1 a Cream Separator or have one to trade call and see me at the Alliance Creamery, f 1 also carry a complete line of REPAIRS for the Empire machines. W. E. SPENCER Gen'l Agent for Western Nebraska RED POTATOES We have a car of Red River Ohio Seed Potatoes that will arrive here about April first. Come and see us and give orders for what you want. The -. i, p Beal If You are in Need OF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS: A Majestic Steel Range A first-class Hot Air Incubator A De Laval Oream Separator A new Model A Wind Mill A first-class job of Plumbing Any kind of Tinwork Call on "T Phone 98 They carry THE GOODS, h ALLIANCE HOSPITAL GRADUATED NURSES IN ATTENDANCE HOSPITAL STAFF Or....

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 25 March 1909

ir U. ' iff m CHILDREN'S SHOES JUST RECEIVED A $2,000 shipment of the best shoes in the world for the little ones. Guaran teed durable and to wear well. Remember, when you want SHOE REPAIRING we do the work promptly and satisfactorily RESENT CHARGES The Alliance Cash Shoe Store Sheriff Wiker, Bailiff Lawler and Members of the Jury Resent Slan derous Charges by Anti-Saloon League. r 'tlilK milieu Is Paid for at regular r ten and nublMit-r iisKiimes no rcftpouxllilliiy fur any slutotucnt iniide herein.) Public Sale of Jacks at the Checkered Barn ALLIANCE, NEBR. SATURDAY, April 3, '09 Commencing ot I p. m. sharp io head of Jacks, from 3 to 5 years. 1 draft stallion, 1 1 years old. 1 one-year-old registered white face bull These nro Nolirosku-rnlswl .lacks nml tbuy uro wull I1N1U0. Terms aro 10 months' tlmo br purc'tiHuer (living a lmtiUitliiu note bear ing JO per cent Interest. 3it cent off for cash J. T. HALE, Owner Col, C. L. Drake, Auctioneer --k--X''XxX"X$"X--X":"J- RAILWAY NOTES A...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 April 1909

fckcfcwartMiMttttilUiifc. aJMiMii, Btato lllslorhal Sooloty j fctf The Alliance Herald. Official Publication of the City and County. Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in Western Nebraska. VOLUME XVI. ALLIANCE, SOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA I THURSDAY, APRIL I, IU09 NUMBER 16 Northwest Nebraska Following telegram from Lincoln was received to la : Gets State Normal School Normal bill passed senate carrying thirty-five thousand dollars. House will concur. The Rain Continues 1 M. KNIGHT, President. W. H. CORBIN, Vice Prcs. F. W. HARRIS, Cashier. S. FICKELL, Asst. Cash. 1. .vtt ;Vo. S667- t In money matters as well as in weather matters the Rainy Day Period comes. A wise provision against that time and the discomforts attending is a substantial account in some strong, reliable bank. We are not offering you Big Returns on Small Investments, BUT AN ABSOLUTE LY SAFE DEPOSITORY FOR YOUR FUNDS AND INTEREST ON SAME AT A RATE CONSISTENT WITH SOUND PROFITABLE BANKING. Our successful experience o...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 April 1909

JELJT5CS(SKBWi9tli " mKM$&m:'Z,'S' .4!rJbaio.ftS!4t5ft,, , ...- vii-a-r All Next Week JUC ODVCTAI TUCATDT 1 1 ALL REST 0F WEEK S 1 Buffer & Hufterh IHt lKYllE ,HtA,KI: f f Beeson & Dee f $ I jjt In an Irish Comedy Fun- $ Those jolly fun and laugh-pro- $ yoking merry minstrel men $ Provoking Sketch, OUR PICTURES ALWAYS PLEASE 2 UA BIT OP BLARNEY" m Zmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm&mmH&&&& New Qaors and Dances J They are what you willlike J f S See them. They are so funny J $$ opecial matinee &aturd y $$ I ND!ANS SURROUNDED Posse Closing in on Crazy . Snake's Force Near Pierce. 'Capture of Murderous Band la Ex pected Soon, but Not Without a Den , perate Fight Three Hundred Ml ' lltlamen Have Them Encordoncd. Chlttl Harjo (Crazy Snake) was sur rounded Tuesday in tho North Ca nndlan bottom, nenr Pierce. Three hundred militiamen, cowboys nnd dep uty sheriffs wero closing In upon him nnd his capture was expected oon. Scouts had boon keeping In close touch with Crazy Sn...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 April 1909

& &,?s 4 w y 4v M ri I ffl ' 4 " "a . MR: BRYAN'S PLANS i ' In responso to repeated ilomands. coming from everv wellon o'.J'"" States. Mr. Bryan will conduct a vigorous Campaign of Education t ""'B" Hi Commoner, ami nsstst In tho orpinlMtlon of "An cauwUloiml club In cvnry precinct." These clubs will promote the work of educHtlon anions the voters on all political (mentions nnVrtinK the American people. To advance this tsdurntlonul plan, onch Issue of The Commoner will con tain a special article on some pertinent political subject. deslRneil to J'ront. In an Instructive wav. authentic historical Information, to Rive valuable st-UlHtlenl data, to carefully analyze tho opposing arguments, and to discuss their ap plication to present-dar conditions. ....ii i, Tho following subjects, nnd others, upon which nil Americans should bo accurately Informca. win uo aiscusscu; Th lUl AVI dm for tltlirr Come ni.i. -..i.. .ni .rr.j vnii fnnil nt nnlltlral Inffi! mutlrin for nnv citizen reg...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 April 1909

3lEi.. ir$ 9t v-iiWMkt - Vt9W -fcf. fr ! H OLSTEN ;S S Headquarters for CHOOL UPPLIES TABLETS NOTE BOOKS COMPOSITION BOOKS NOTE PAPER PENCILS PENS, INKS CHALK CRAYONS COLORED CRAYONS ERASERS and PAINTS RULERS GIVEN AWAY AT HOLSTEN'S Chicago Daffy Ofi C Q D Puzz fIrclcss Call of tiio Republic Adopted Jn Business Motonnan's Mlto For Llr.colnliolo In (l:o Choir Score From Our chlraco Correspondent.) .'i; of tlio thlng.1 c.m,. Short Hand & Typewriting PRIVATE SCHOOL The full course learned iti six weeks. Only ono hour lesson day or night. No home fitmly. Diplomas issued- Good positions guaranteed. Most of my forinor pupils at Grand Island aver aged over too words per ininuta in six wecj8. First lesson free. Phone 39. Kindly call at Burlington hotel or tele phone your address and I shall Ijo pleased to call 011 you. Miss Cortez Wilson, teacher. HAVE YOlTpAIDYOUR PERSONAL TAX? jM jA "pAtDtetl 'l;op miiniii cf Hip uulvurai." a nmnclKJily cnllod th ill fated city when It was nt Us liwv ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 1 April 1909

mM k hpiijH iHifMii iMMWIU r 1 ft - fc r r I V A Scene Box Butte County Farmers O'KEEFE and Landowners are becoming LAND prospercms. This year will be COMPANY - a record-breaker. Experimental O'KEEFE farming is being taken up under LAND the direction of an expert. Watch COMPANY our land increase in value. Now is the time to look over the land. Always glad to give information. O'KEEFE LAND CO. OS. MERCHANT TAILOR Charters Hotel Sing I WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO THE PEOPLE OF ALLIANCE and surrounding- towns that I have new spring goods and will also order from sample any fabric that may be desired which I may not have in stock. Now is the time to order. As many of The Herald readers already know, I am an expert workman, and employ the best of assistants. Anyone wishing- a - fine business or dress suit, made in the latest style, by up-to-date workman, should call to see me without delay. I GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO ' LADIES' TAILORING Spring Suits made to measure in Latest Styles. Quality of ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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