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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 April 1909

, tSI W-uJ h- Dltty 8unday Branches Out. Announcement was mode that Evan gelist Billy Sunday hits made Winona assembly, near Wnrsaw, Ind., nn offer to build tin open nlr auditorium whlcti will Bent 20,000 persons. ThU offer has boon accepted nnd work will begin nt once. Tbc auditorium will be com pleted In time for tbo coming assem bly season. Fifteen Killed In ,Reigloua Riot. A dispatch from Velardona, In tho stnte of Durango, Mex., gives the de tails of serious rioting which occurred there. In the rioting, which grew out of religious differences, six police and six of the rioters and three soldiers arc reported dead and many of the rioters havo been arrested. Kansas Banker Killed by Auto. Grover Wnlkcr, president or the First National bank or Hoxle, Kan was so dangerously Injured In a motor car accident that ho died. Five other persons In the car escaped with slight Injuries. Fatal Panic In Church. Flro thot broke out in a church at llaucho, Peru, throw tho congregation into a pan...

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. — 15 April 1909

r 1 r -ft K I GROCERIES Oh! Ham We don't sell just "Ham." We sell Armour's "Star." The ham of hams "The Ham what am." yffivr-' '1y Hi POTATOES We have a car of Red River Ohio Seed Potatoes that surpass any other va riety. Come in and see us and give orders for what you want. The price will be right. Parties having orders for Seed Potatoes should call as soon as possible. Beal You Can Save Money by Trading at HMMMMMMHnMMMHMiiHI 1 i J. P. Colburiis cash store IS'EJLSOIS FLKTCHKR FIRE INSURANCE A GE NO Y REPRESENTS THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE COMPANIES. Hartford Kiro Insurance (inmnany. North American of Philadelphia. Phoenix of Ulooklyn, New York. Continental of New York Olty. Niagara Klro Insurance Company. Connectlcutt Fire tVmmerclul Union Assurance Co., Loudon 3ermanla Fire Ins. Co. Statu of Omaha 14H I L . I ft. AND MEATS JAMES cc ON THE RED RIVER OHIO Brothers 9 a SI Liverpool, London and Globe Ins. Co. German American Ins. Co., New York. New Hampshire Columbia Fire Insurance Compan...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 15 April 1909

ftw5fflTO' J" WWHIW W " Wi'W i' i i , Owing to the disastrous fire of last Mon day night THE ALLIANCE CASH SHOE STORE will remain closed until losses are adjusted. Watch this space for further par ticulars. JOS. MciSAMARA, Prop. Northwest Nebraska Teachers' Association : C r o a n Piano s I handle the line of Pianos that has the reputation of being the product of a factory that takes pride in its output CROWN PIANOS are made by the Geo. P. Bent Co., of Chicago The tone of CROWN Pianos is dif ferent from others. Come in and hear them. Will be pleased to show you samples. T. J. THRELKELD ALLIANCE, NEBR. -JJ The Teachers' Association held in Crawford last Friday and Saturday proved to be one of the best and most impoitant that has been recorded iu the history of this association. A large delegation of teachers, pupils and patrons from this county were in attendance, nearly all staying for the entite session. Supl. D. W. Hayes of Alliance was president of the association and much credit...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 April 1909

Btnto UWorlotvl Society The Alliance Herald. Lzrest Circulation Official Publication of the City and County. V I any Newspaper in v-:srn Nebraska.' VOLUME XVI, ALLIANCE. BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1909 NUMBER 19 t r i . C i i i " 1- i V 'i J7 T n' 1 fc .-J, (5 ft STRENGTH! Management T The success of a bank and the safety of the funds entrusted to it, depend upon the judi cious administration of its affairs. Every active officer of The First National Bank is a banker of long experience. The First National Bank is especially strong by reason of its large capital and surplus; and also the extensive finan cial responsibility of its stock holders. ' v -tL i Y Capital, jsurpfys, Fire, proof proof safety THE FIRST BANK OF GOVERNMENT, COUNTY, CITY SKREAMER& KENNEDY? DENTISTS. .- t i-Office io Alliance National Bank Blk A ; Over Postoffice. y . 'Phone 391. i. jX--XX- X--X--X--X-!--M"!--I-W"M- 1I1 11 hlhWnt 1 1 n i ' 1 llWlh t 1 r 1 1 This is a cash sale ALLIANCE U R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 April 1909

I & . , The Hemingfora HeireilcJ. DEPARTMENT OF THE ALLIANCE HERALD. :l HEM1NGFORD, HOX MJTTE COUNTY, NEB., Al'RIL 22, I9O9. ! 3 d ,(8f -' - r 4" w vV !'. ''.z . R ' I ?- ( t ' Good Advertising for Box Butte County. There is advertising and advertising, but the kind of advertising that this country most needs is the kind that will correctly represent it to the people of eastern Nebraska and farther east. The editor of The Herald has no "hot air" to expend in trying to "'boom" this country, but will make every ef fort possible to correctly represent the city of Alliance and the county of Box Butte to people in other parts of the country. Recently a man said to hiui: "Al liancc that's clear out to the jumping off place, isn't it?" The question gives expression to an idea quite common two hundred miles or more east of here. Items like the following from the Omnha Bee and the Syracuse (Nebr.) Journal will do more to set the eastern people right in reg'ar'd to this country tjititi an...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 April 1909

IWMWTw- Ui El FOUR MEN HANGED Prisoners Taxen From Jail and Strung Up in Barn, VICTIMS WERE RANCHMEN. Were Implicated In Murder of Deput) United States Marshal Dobbitt at Ada, Okla. Governor Haskell Or ders Official Investigation and Lynchers Will Be Punished If Iden tifiedSheriff Unable to Find Clew. Ada, Okln., April 20. Two hunurol (lotoii.:lnc(l cltlzoiiB of Adn, practically nil of thorn from tho bottor class, who wore thoroughly disgusted with tho Kind of "Juatlco' moled out to oifm Innls In the smaller towna of Okla liotna, took tho la,w Into tnolr own Imnda nnd lmnRoil four inon for tho murder of Deputy United States Mar shal A. I Dobbitt. Tlio lynchers' vic tims nro; J. U. Miller of Port Worth. Tax,, rntt Ionian; 13. H nurroll of Dun enn, Okln., ranch owner; .Tesso Wost of Caiincllnn, Tex., ranch ownor; .Tou Allon of Cniuullun. rnnch ownor. Wost fought desperately. Tho others inane i , no resistance. Tho mob led tho four mon to a barn n fow hundred foot nwny nnd stood v them...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 April 1909

kutj H 1 mwai A Complete Line of TINWARE WILL BE FOUND HERE AT ALL TIMES NOW, WHEN YOU ARE GETTING YOUR IMPLEMENTS. FOR THIS COMING SEASON'S WORK, STOP HERE AND LOOK OVER MY LINE. BEST KNOWN MAKES AND ALL RELIABLE X s S f S V 7 Potato Planters ' , i hawe the well-known Aspen wall Potato Planter. ,' ' ' THE PLANTER THAT DO"ES NOT MASH THE POTATO also the new Pugh Potato Planter, this planter PICKS UP THE POTATO INSTEAD OF JABBING THE EYES OUT. LET ME DEMONSTRATE IT TO YOU lPWPTO W W W WP2 B. E. JOHNSON ZE3! ZE3 3E X ZfcT BEST Potato Planters ON THE MARKET 4 The Eureka and the Evans TESTED AND TRIED. ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED TO BE AS REPRESENTED OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED. COME TO MY STORE AND SEE THEM. THEY- DO THE WORK AND DO IT AS YOU WANT IT DONE. ONE AND TWO ROW PLANTERS. THEY ARE LABOR-SAVERS AND MONEY MAKERS. The Hoosier Press Drill The Drill that will pay for itself in a year I also selSl the Monitor Press Drills WW A A'VVV' '"VVVVWWVVVW'W 'WWAA'V"'VV Sulkey and ZESelieuble The Stoug...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 April 1909

,1 . i . . .j.. iw .. i m IRRICATED LAMP in the Famous North Platte Valley, Morrill County, Nebraska : K 1 r i i Wheat Nearly all varieties are grown. 54 bushels per acre have been raised. The average under irrigation is double the average for the state. Winter wheat bring the best price and the highest yield. SPELTZ gives a good yield and is especial ly fine for fattening sheep. Oats are hardier than the wheat 'and seldom re quire more than one irrigation. As high as 125 bushels per acre have been grown, weighing 43 pounds per measure. Rat'lAV here is always gathered LCll ICy without a stain. There fore it brings the heat prices. Bridge over the North Platte at Bridgeport Alfalfa makes fortunes on irrigated land. Is cut three times each season, yields two tons per acre each cut ting and when irrigated grows an inch per clay. Sells for eight dol lars per ton. Sugar Beets are one of the leading crops. Irri gation makes them yield big. The sugar factory pays the freight. We will proba...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 April 1909

V MMM mtmmr -',. . . ARMING i LAND CHEAP SmMBflKc rich 1 ' R til r Rv- r Y STEAH PLOW FOLLOWING THE HARVESTER and prices. I will be gad to give you any information you desire, very low when compared with others. Out here in western Nebraska we have a big table of fine land that is still very low-priced. This country is just developing and there is great, oppor tunity to get in " on the ground floor." Herewith I show a scene oi harvesting and plowing with steam engine and moleboard plows, the fclow following the harvester. Large tracts are easily farmed by machinery. 1 have a large list of both improved farms and raw land. If you are in the market yourself or have a buyer for land write me for descriptions My prices are i M HUTTON I V REAL ESTATE BROKER Hemingford, Box Butte County, Nebraska LARGE POTATO BINS AT HEIYilNGFORD Fine Fresh and Cured Meats At this market you will always find the freshest, highest-grade Omaha meats Boiling Meat Steaks Lard M Chops Pork in all size s Everyt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 April 1909

S - ... rf r - KEjfERAH) Published Every Thursday by The Herald Publishing Company. V, A, I'ltntPON, it . Iix)V ('. TriOMA. See. Joiih W. Thomas. Mr. JOHN W. THOMAS J. B. KNIEST . . . . Editor Associate Editor Entered at tho postoflico nt Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the mails, as second-class matter. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1909. 11909 APRIL siMHOHltUEIWEBTHWKI BAT Hft z 6 uUICId IM 13 IS 11- 18192021 222324 25126121 8299 Somewhat on the Fence. The republican congressmen from Nebraska aro not cutting a very wide swath down at Washington, judged from success attained in shaping legis lation, but they arc attracting a good deal of attention as "insurgents". Judge Norris, Congressman from the Fifth district, is considered the leader of tho reform republican congressmen, and in rcspouso to their threats of ven geance, defies tho machine to do its worst, but tho congressman from tho "Big Sixth" does not seem to be so brave, In the two...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 April 1909

' .-.. jTi.isr,, IPKHi LAND PLENTY IF fl I M M hi v i w BOX J(V rf1 UTTE COUNTY NEBRASKA ii in Box Butte County is a rich, fer tile, black, sand' loam, with great strength and of the finest quality. The land is level and', slightly roll ing. Drains well and holds the moisture. Water is found at a depth of from forty to seventy feet. Good sheet water without alkali. BMMMiBBWKrEgrMTT,","TT"rwTJ?TjJ"" " TT?EBBgJCgTaMBagBaigaMgr'lF!giSST-' "";. J B1L' g BOX BUTTE COUNTY PRODUCTS Climate Our climate cannot be beaten. No severe blizzards in the winter and a fine, temperate climate in the sum mer. Warm summer days with cool nights. Just the right combination for a home and for growing crops and fine stock. Schools Our towns and county have plenty of schools. The people are hard working and intelligent. A good place to live. I Aill k& glad to show you this fine laired I HAVE THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF THE FINEST FARMING LAND IN THE WEST FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST PRICES. LAND WILL MAKE YOU FROM ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 April 1909

-Avfe r NT V LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Circle No. 2 of the M. E. Ladies' Aid entertained Circle No. t at the parsonage yesterday afternoon W. A. Coleman and Charles Lots piech came down from Hemingford to spend Sunday with their families. J. W. Carson, traveling salesman or the Bennett Piano company for the Dlack Hills made the Alliance head' quarters a visit yesterday. The genial Harry Kelly of the Inter national Harvester company's force at , Crawford came down to spend Sunday with his friends, of which he has a plenty in Alliance. A meeting, to which all interested parties are invited, will be held in the city hall on Friday evening of next week to complete arrangements for the proper observance of Decoration day. Mrs. J. T. VViker is now saleslady at the Bennett Piano company store and will have charge in the absence of Mr. English, the manager. She will soon have a stock of sheet music which she will sell on her own responsibility in connection with her other work. Chas. F. Taylor of C...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 April 1909

vu. .- CJrtWrt-vWae-T' I C r o a n Pianos - I handle the line of Pianos that has the reputation of being the product of a factory that takes pride in its output CROWN PIANOS are made by the Geo. P. Bent Co., of Chicago The tone of CROWN Pianos is dif ferent from others. Come in and hear them. Will be pleased to show you samples. T. J. THRELKELD ALLIANCE, NEBR. KV 4 5 a eg u CJ -1" o C3 to O o OH W O H2U w W'vJCJ gww to uuweu 0) Z UJ C9 CO o I Flour of Quality I The reason for the Increasing use of I OLD GLORY FLOUR is that it meets the need of the housewife and baker. If you do not use It try a sack. I carry a complete stock of everything In my ne, and handle only the best quality. Cash prices are the lowest In the city. Phone 155 E. I. GREGG REVENUEJN BILL Says Senate Tariff Measure Gives Enough Income, OPENS DEBATE IN UPPER HOUSE Chairman of Finance Committee Makes Statement In Support of the Bill and Explains' the Various Changes. Democratic Senators Will Urge In come Tax as Most...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 April 1909

f Miss M. Ruth Taylor TEACHER OFPIANO 416 Niobrara Ave. Phone 381 I GROCERIES AND MEATS odern Agriculture mfmiiiimmxi X. Some Insect Pests By C. V. GREGORY, Agricultural "Di-OUton. Iotua Slate College Oh! Ham VUMHHIHI iVWI u nn.JHHI I IC91 SUCiailUH Tl ) m -r We don't sell just "Ham." We sell Armour's "Star." The ham of hams "The Ham what am." MMMMMRMPMMI "V. MMNMIwnmMMnaWIPU1 H MPW i I Jas. Graham "ON THE CORNER" You Can Save Money by Trading at J. P. Colhurtis cash store i I Al Wiker 1 AGENT FOR Grand Island Granite and Mark Works All kinds of Granite and Marble Tombstones and Monuments. Lower prices and less freight than from firms farther east Imported and Home-Bred tollions FOR SALE fc5 irercWfcKM We Have Two-year-old Colts Weighing Over 1800 Pounds Call and Inspect Them Headquarters at PALACE LIVERY BARN SMITH & WILSON, Props ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Wm. James, Exclusive Dealer in COAL & ... WOOD 'Phone Alliance, No. 5. Nebraska. .. ID. ZlSTZETXT Al'CTIOXEEIt ELLSWORTH, NEBR...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 22 April 1909

fee "-T -v Ttffc. J.,CfWU- s- ".., v i'Ms -.1 X $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 TF you wish your feet well and fashionably shod at a moderate expense you should buy a pair of the new "Dorothy Dodd" Oxfords. They are up-to-the-minute in fashionable elegance. 11C W. C. T. U. Tho W. C. T. U. will meet Tuesday afternoon, April 27, at tho home of Mis. Dr. Bowman nt 3 o'clock. Tho subject will be "Scientific Temperance Instruction," in charge oflf Mrs. M. L. Phares, Following; is the program: SonE By tho Union Devotionals, conducted by the prcsi- dent, Mrs. Tash. Music, Instrumental.. ..Mrs. B. Lang Paper, "S. T. I. in the Schoola"... Mrs. Harriet Vauce Discussion, led by Mrs. W. S. Achcson Soug. . .Mrs, Luun and Mrs Dr. Allen Short selections read by Mrs. Birney, Miss Young and Mrs. Parker. Duct Mrs. M. O. joder and ..Miss Nellie Acheson Members, please bring your friends with you. Mrs. Vance is state secrc tary of tho L. T. L. and the ladies are specially invited to meet her. Official Proceedings of ...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 April 1909

State Historical Society ' .iff The Alliance Herald. Largest Circulation of any Newspaper in Western Nebraska. Official Publication of the City and County. VOLUME XVI, ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1U09 NUMBER 20 fST rK P. STRENGTH! i L, I TT Y Management The success of a bank and the safety of the funds entrusted to it, depend upon the judi cious administration of its affairs. Every active officer of The First National Bank is a banker of long1 experience. The First National Bank is especially strong by reason of its large capital and surplus; and also the extensive finan cial responsibility of its stockholders. Capital, $50,000.00 Surplus, $50,000.00 Fire proof and burglar proof safety deposit boxes U R I T Y Weddings l'EGG-SUGDEN. At the manse of the First Prcsby. terian church last evening, Mr. Harry Pegg of Canada and Miss Ethel Sugdcn of Ellsworth, Ncbr., were united in marriage by Rev. Dr. Boguc. There were present Mr. and Mrs W. C. Mounts and Mr. ...

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. — 29 April 1909

wmnwww' " mw i w.uifFWBWiiwwwMBinw"' t ,M,wa? imw "JiWl- (fmuw K i I t I TAYLOR PAKDONED .I. in Governor Willson of Kentucky Ends Goebel Murder Case, CLEMENCY FOR ALL BUT ONE. Henry E. Youtsey, Now Serving a Life Sentence, Is Only Person to Suffer for Taking Off of Goebel. Former Secretary of 8tate Charles Flnley Has Also Been Pardoned. Refugees In Indiana. Louisville, April 24. Governor Will eon cleared the Kentucky court rec ords of all chnrges growing out of the murder In January, 1900, ot Senator William Goobcl, except those hanging over stnlo's ovldonco witnesses In the conspiracy, by granting pardons be fore trial to former Governor W. S. Taylor and former Seerotnry of State Chnrlos Finloy, who have been fugi tives In the stnto of Indiana for nlno years; to John Powers, brothor of Caleb Powers, who 1b befleved to bo In Honduras; to Holland White of Butler county, John Davis of Loulsvlllo and Znch Steele of Bell county, under in dictment and who did not lieu from the state. The...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 April 1909

' I fls ir 31 r If G r q m n Piano s v J I handle the line of Pianos that has the reputation of being the product of a factory that takes pride in its output CROWN PIANOS are made by the Geo. P, Bent Co., of Chicago The tone of CROWN Pianos is dif ferent from others. Come in and hear them. Will be pleased to show you samples. T. J. THRELKELD ALLIANCE, NEBR. C3 ttJ rri 3 t3 3 , CLi ! H yA w . 3 J3 C3 O O 7 OH i j c w Ph Li i MO cahShz OoOS to O MP- i k i i in O u WPh, 0t2 0, UWPh "O c CO i -J - h- W LU ma o I Q Flour of Quality I The reason for the Increasing use of I OLD GLORY FLOUR is that it meets the need of the housewife and baker. If you do not use it try a sack. I carry a complete stock of everything in my )ie, and handle only the best quality. Cash prices are the lowest in the city. Phone 155 E.I.GREGG NEBRASKA NEWS Wymore Lad Dies Without Re gaining Consciousness. SLAYER TAKlo BEATRICE. Foreign Railroad Laborers Are Driven Out of Town and Bunk Cars Burned. Mob Spirit Has Sub...

Publication Title: Alliance Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Alliance herald. — 29 April 1909

Jl nr w,ff ! 1 l .m D Published Hverr Thuridaj' by Tin Hitald Publishing Company. K A. I'lEIIBON. l'r a. I.U1TD ( TllOHAB, StC. Jnnx W. Tiiqman. Mur. JOHN V.'. THOMAS Hditor J. B, KNIEST Associate Editor Entered at the postouico at Alliance, Nebraska, for transmission through the malls, as second-class matter. Subscription, $1.50 per year in advance. THURSDAY, APRIL . 1909. 1109 APRIL. 1909 iSiltslHOHltueiWEDtTHUlf Rl ISAT z G 7 S 9 10 13 15 16 17 OZI 222324 mmi 282930 Two thousand five hundred street car conductors and motermen of Pitts burg, dissatisfied with their low wages and the increasing cost of necessities, would Strike for higher" wages but are deterred by knowledge of tho fact that the street car corporation has the ap plications on file of inoro than 3,000 unemployed men who arc ready at a moment's notice to take the places of the strikers. This, wc tako it, is fur ther evidence that the era of renewed prosperity, which was to follow im mediately tho election of Mr. Taft...

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. — 29 April 1909

: ' 4r .!- 2S r J" f ,. , ., ' - ' ' V." -' Iff, s ' FtftfV ' It ' 1 53?,, .i - of v ,' t y. jt HI SIP i' Box Butte County ORAE. PHILLIPS, COUNTY Henry Krajlcok has been trying a hand In teaching this week and says he likes the work very much. He taught the Sherlock school Monday and Tues day for Mr. Kelly, who went to Morrill on business. School closed last Saturday In Dlst. 40, where Miss Mary Iodcnco taught ( her first seven months' term. Several school patrons from this and adjoining districts met at the school house tho last day for a picnic dinner and to en joy an excellent program that had been prepared by the school. Tho pupils of the school gave their teacher a nice present as u token of remem brance of the days spent together. Miss Helen Krnjicek closed a very successful term In the Eastpolnt school last Friday. An entertainment was given In the evening and seoral of tho patrons and friends attended and en joyed the program, which consisted of dialogues, songs and recitati...

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