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title: 'The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, May 30, 1912, Image 1',
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Gives all the wnes
of Box Butte County
and City of Alliance
The Alliance Herald
of any Newspaper in
ALLIANCE, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEBRASKA! THURSDAY. MAY 30, 1912
City and County
Alliance and Box Butte County Schools
in Front Rank
Review Past Year Illustrated
JUST ARRIVED WITH A CAR LOAD OF
V PERCHERON AND SHIRE STALLIONS
Must be sold within the next 10 days
Inspected under the Nebraska stallion law
and every horse guaranteed
also buy several hundred
head of Horses and Mules
Write us or call. Phone 259
FLETCHER & LANGMANN
Cars of Dr. Claude Lester Alliance, Nebr
New Feed Stable
J. B HVNSAKER. Prop.
Simon Spry's Barn, ISorth of Alliance Creamery
Stock given best attention
Guaranteed satisfactory. Prices
reasonable. Come and give me
Notice of Annual Meeting
Notice is hereby given that the Seventeenth Annual
Meeting of the Nebraska Stock Cirowers Association will
be held at Alliance, Nebraska, on the 20th and 21st of
June, A. D. 1912, for the election of officers for the en
suing year and for the transaction of any other business
which may come before the meeting.
R. ML Hampton. President.
C'HAS. C. Jamison, Secretary.
DR. L.W. BOWTIAN
Office Upstairs, First National Bank
Phone, Office 32
Phone, Residence 16
ill,' freight tnii h way. Tldi offer
Is made rather l han pulling it so
lidtor in ilit' territory. Write for
price. Hat mill shipping tags.
In or.ler to give our readers tho
best possible ne servl'e. T.ic Her
aid lollows a plan of U-iitnu .i
s;.etlal edition rapr tPtlng v. ti ions
cnterprisea In which the pe ople i "ii
"rally are Interested. Thle h i (n i
ls particularly Interested in the
ol education. It Is our j.urpoe lo
give oiir readers news concerning the
schools of Alliance and surrounding
country, but in order lo do them f Ml
Justice, it is necessary to give an
educational edit ion occa Ion,:i lly .
'N. i mal during th? las two session
and has been reu; . olwted to that.
posit i n by State Super! nl endent .1
K Deleell. Follow Img i the list of
the names of the ftiiulu and the sub
Jc. which lite) will teach.
W. R. PATK Mental Arithmetic,
I! UUeeplng. I'syi Imlogv
UEU.A M. RKBI) I'eniniuiRhrp,
I 'rawing, rt hogniphy .
PUBIS H FRAZIFU Model
S h : I, Primary Method.
c. N. WALTON tt, S. History,
Come and get
No Profit Now
i ; sv ; jjlQpBSHMjft
M fettil . 4
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a better shoe shop for women
From the practical viewpoint correct footwear demands
quality, retint'iiient and intrinsic value, butthese features,
while necessary, are of comparatively little value unless
with them you have good style, which is a consideration
ever present in NORTH N '8 8 M A RT SHOE8 for WOMEN
Nubuck, Suede, Velvet, Tan, White and Champagne
Pumps, also Patent and Gunmetal
White and Tan Boots
GORDON SILK HOSIERY BURSON HOSIERY
Gordon Silk Lisle, 50c Pure Silk Hose, 65c
(Tin- store with a eontwience)
PROFESSOR W. R. PATE
Superintendent .-llianc: City Schools
Principal Alliance Stat-. Junior Normal
Thin Issue of The Herald is our edu
cational hit i i u lew this setisoti.
Dr. JAS. P. HAXFIELD
OVER BRENNAN'S DRUG STORE
All Electrical Equipment
Evenings by Appointment
PHONE 525 RED
Bend your w orn -out carpets to
I Ik- Lincoln dug Factory, Lincoln,
Nebi They will make t hem into
rug for the regular price ani pay
FOR SALE AT
A. J. KENNEDY
Iotnce in Alliance National Bank Ulk f
jver i '. it
I H I I-: 1 I I I M. 1
The Alliance Junior Normal, which
has done very much to eleva t . Iioul
cotidit U-s of Western NebrHnka is
a state whool ef t.b! -bed by !he
state leslsUiture nal supported by
Mate money. It oten lo toa-hers
and students tif thin jiar! cT NANMh
lea a oppoitun y to review the
bMMfcdkm TWTJ tof I - ujity cer
ttfiiae or lo take ad net work
IMMUMbI lOOSN life erilli .1 .
Many tcacliers in this part of Ihe
Htaie have secured life cur: -f .'s?e
by KtudyltiK it tlie Alllan e Junior
NoihihI. Or ibe eitUit Jun or Nor
iiials in Nebraska, AUUsV .- .null
in the from ruuk sisid In our opinion
takes 1 lie lead tf all of Ihelll.
The s ess lea ct liJ will begi
u'Xt Monday. .Itin ' ;-.iJ continue
elRht weeks, t'losiuc July Jti. Kes
ustrathni will Ix-kIii Suturday. Julie L
Hooks will b- issued .uil li - . 1 1 as-
::n ! Monday iiioruin The daily
program, an Kivcu in th.s paper will
be carri d out Tuesday.
The f ist week of lb.- tioruuU,
.lun '! Lo 7 Iticiusix c, w ill be ia'i '.
tutt we.'k. Ueaa B. L. House, he4
of the tai hern' training dep.ir uietH
of tlu PrU S ale Normal s, hmtl.
will W prtsctu dur.ug ihe week and
will give two U-. turoa : lily on j.da
rok.v and 011 Thursday evetiua a
jiocture to Hie tt-achelh.
I'h- AJUsUK Junior Normal lias
an esc ptiotutJly stionK faculty thi
.! loaded l.. Superintendent W.
U Hw of tlu AUisUice City School
who was priucipal of AIIU'u c Juuior
it :, Ar'i him . Botany.
(i. K. MARTIN l'edoy. Oram
mar. fllnlllll'Bj Oeuiiu :ry, Heading.
I". :ure Study.
H. H. ItKIMI NK AdvaiM-ed Ale
bta, lte.u' ininji A'siebra, Advaued
Q lit ry. Musi-, IMiynloloKy . Ari-
cu r.r .
R. M. MAItOS Physical (leotsm
ph. Il'i ;r:i iv, '. iKy, Triton m
'.ry, I'.iy- (s.
IK AN Sri.UYAN KingHt Com
ix m. General History. RhetorVr,
l.i .ti. Knxlish Literature.
CITY AND COUNTY SCHOOLS
For years paal the Alliance cHy
icaoate bstv taken tront rank among
the public shooUi of Nebraska; in
fact the successful work don.- in
our public schools has been remark
able and, If it were not for fear of
l"in suspt-cled of exugiteralion. we
would mi.' phenomenal.
There are several cause vihU-h
htive cmhined to UrltiK about this
huiti'ks. The board of education
.las be n njtably fortiiuute In t Ik- se
k-tloj of teachers. There has Ihcii
BD04 material for the ta-hers to
work uptui. as a vvhol , in the boyi
u.ul KlrU Who have attctulcil. but
no: ihe leas; among the causes tlur
have cciublntd for the sa ( of
the Allium e s liools has been the
beeKy oo-ooeratlon of the patrons,
the parents of the children h lio at
end. This is a fa tor in sum s
ful s.hool work that Is not usually
sufficiently appreciated mid some
times naively recognized at all. We
have known schools m cbarge of
(roQ4lBued ou BSC fouri
Mis Olive Harris, who has been
uM-iK"'ng echool In Alliance the
piM year, returned to her home
near Crawford Saturday nocti. Miss
Glenn Mounts accompanied her for
a week's visit.
C. C Joy, one of the well known
stockmen of wistertv Nebraska was
ill Alliance the lamer part of last
week on a business trip.
O. Black,' one of the owner of
the Hlaok Brotherw' ramh, came up
on a business trip the laat of last
Mrs. K. L UreKK went to ltkesUle
Baturdti.v on 44 to pay relatives and
friends a short visit.
IxMiis I. nit returned to Alliauce
Tueslay noou from a short businese
trip in the Marts riatte valley.
Miss Kthel Miller went to Craw
foid the last, week to attend tin A
lumni baiitiiet iveu at that pla
be Is a m inber of the utailiiHtlng
-lass of IMS.
Mtirv Hunsaker parsed thru Alli
ance Mu day oji h!s way to (ionlon
where lie wMI make a short Uu.- n-ss
Koltert Reddish, who lius bea rus
ticating for the past several mouths,
came h,"" Sunday for a short visit
with his parents. Robert ha a
homestead near Anxora.
11 Wesiovir. the popular livery
uiait of ljtkeside, was in Alliance
Monday on bitslnese.
Attorney II. V (liluuui and family
who had bw?n visit iiiK with frends
ill llelllingford a few da vs. retained
home M outlay noon.
Mist. Ilessle lira ham wiio has t. . ti
s(ioKrapher for the firm of I toy d
and liarktr of rhis taty for the larst
two years, left last Kriday uwht for
I'em. wli' ic she will beKin her du
ties as prhate secretary of Prof I)
W. Hayea, president of the I'eru
Stale Normal. Qeaake Is an Indus
trious girl and well leserves this
more lucrative position I lei place
with Boyd and Barker will be nbfy
filled by Mlw Nellie O' I tanned.
(ashler S. K. Warrlek or the First
National Hank Is taking a well earn
ed vacation for a few weeks. He
lert last Saturday for Kxcehdor
Springs. Missouri wliere he was Join
mi by Mrs. Warrick. From there
they will go to West Baden. Indi
ana and will return to Alliance a-
hout the middle of June.
Chase Feaglns has two crews at
work today branding I.SM head of
On Monday of thle week Miss
Delia M deed received a telegram
from Weleer. Idaho. InfoiUslUig her
that her feGier had been -untttnick
and requesting her to be ready to
'go there upon further notice The
uext day she received another tele
gram and left the following morn
ing The Herald slnrerelv liopea
thw3 Mr. Reed's Illness is not aa
s Ileus as feared mi I that he will
Mrs. J. M. Covert of Whitehall.
Mont., arrived Monday morning for
a vls',t wifth her pareo,:j. Mr. and
Mr. M. D. Nk-h:ls. She wlH S
here sevn il wetki wh'.'e her hus
band is nguged In laylim cement
walks at Houlder, Mont.
A fresh coat or paint Is belong ap
plied to the exterior of the Bud
Geo. W. deed of Omaha, organ
izing deputy of .he W ). W , Is in
Allium thbi' wetk working la the
Interest of the local lodge He
will probably be here several weeks.
Mr oud Mrs A A. oJaou or
Biughiun were in Alllaue the fore
part of the w-ek ami favored The
I lei aid office with a eall.
LOYAL TEMPERANCE LEGION
l.a.-t S u n .lay afternoon the Allianre
laiyal T-mperance l-gion ale. t d
the folio wiig officers: livaiuru
Hrown, president; Ruth Oluey, vk
ineaideiit ; Helen Brown. e ie-iary ;
Hoy Honok au, treasurer. The I .eg I on
lnteis ever Smiday , at 4 p. oi., with
Mrs. II. P. Nasou. HIT Weal Fourth
Wreet. All are invited
HRIdCN BRt)W., Sec.