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Saturday, Nov. 16
I will sell at the Burlington Stock Yards
Alliance, Nebraska, beginning at one
o'clock P. M. the following
28 Fat Heifers, age three and four years
weighing about 1050 to 1100 pounds.
30 young cows, three and four years old,
all had calves last summer. A good bunch
of two-year-old heifers. A bunch of nine-months-old
heifers and calves. A good
bunch of yearling heifers. A bunch of fine
yearling and two-year-old steers. Ten
milk cows, all good ones, now giving milk.
All Cattle are Dehorned and of Extra Good Red Stock
-y x .Ir-i- Six Month's Time on Bankable Paper Bearing Ten
Per Cent Interest.
N. C. Pederson, owner
COL. H. P. COURSEY, Auct.
F. W. HARRIS, Clerk
of those who are ndavorlnH. to
build n p the -ounr was a tMrl
mem to thin and othr nations of
J. II. DoiIkp Rim hi llltiHtrntl
li'i'iiiri' on komI rondx. 1 1 oikIoi-k
cd the iloH of oHinn the surface of
khtmI roiils In this locality and show
ed the effect of the different meth
ods of miidmtikltm In both the MV
and old world. Mr Oodw Is the
superintendent of road building, nnd
represents tin- r tilled States Ie
pnrtnwnt of rh-ulture.
After music by the bamd, Prof. K.
Mead Wilcox, iirofessor of 'Agricul
tural llotany, l'nlverslty of Nebras
ka, delivered h a illtintrated lecture
on "The Potato, in Health Htul I dis
ease." This w..s a trent and was
KXenJl.v npprwteted by a large audi
ence. Election of Officer
JudKe Crimes in a neat IHtle
speech prefiited the name of .1. (J.
Beekr of North Platte for the posi
tion of president. .Mr IteeVer was
elected by a MMbf vole, every del
egate rising to his feet. This was
certainly a deserved compliment to
Mr. Ueeler"s ability and his loyalis
to the catwe of irrigation.
O. V. liardner of tiering was elect
ed vice president, the secretary be
ing instructed to cast the full vote
of the convention for him.
Ruben l.isco was elected second
vice president in (lie same manner.
S. K Warrick was elected insis
nrer. .1. K. l-elllanc was re-ele'tel
to the office of secretary by an en
thusiastic rising vote. This was done
against Mr. l.eltlanc's vigorous pro
test; but the delegates appreciated
the value of Ids service, and were
(I 'erniined to retain him for anoth
These matters disposed of, many
of the delegates were anxious lor ad
journment; but a large number re
mained to hear W. V. Iloaglamd's
paper oil "How to Stv'Ure NeeessJUV
legislation on Hehalf of lri ig.it ion .'
and that of Andrew Wei s, project
The convention was a succeas. In
every particular, and ;he program
held the attention of the delegate)
from the open-log hour until final ad-Jouriuiient.
The Third Annual Convention
a Complete Success
The following report of the meet
ing or the Nebraska State Irrigation
Association is taken from the Ilridge
port News-Wade Bt October '."lli
and gives much interesting news to
Herald readers. .1 O. Heeler, of
North Platte, who was elected pies
Went of the Association, is a broth
er-in-law of the editor of The Alli
The third annual conveiiiion Of tOC
Nebraska .State Irrigation Associa
tion opened last Tuesday at 10:30
With a large number of delegate III
attendance, and that number of del
egates increased rapidly during that
and the following days, until on
Wednesday afternoon the opera house
was comfortably filled with accredit
ed delegates and oilier.- interested in
the business of the convention.
A quarter of a century ago the ma
jority of the fanners of the west
were men who could not succeed in
any other occujation, and they turn
ed to farming as a means of gaining
a livelihood, knowing that they could
not prosper in the other occupations
of civilization. Today the successful
farmer is a business man and brings
to hU calling that systematic and in
telligent application of thought and
method which the successful merch
ant, manufacturer and professional
man must apply in the routine of
J. I. Halligan, the president of
the association, responded on behalf
of the delegates. He paid a high
compliment to the enterprise and
energy of the people of Bridgeport,
and pain ed a pleusing picture of
tills city a few years hen.
At the conclusion of tne president's
address, he called lor the reports of
standing committees, and ll;:u .1. Q,
Beeler of the legislative committee
a-ked until tomorrow to report, and
tile request was granted
Mr. HalliKan advocated the invest
iiK i i of school funds in irrigation
(). W. liardni r of tiering oiler, d
an aiiie'idiiH ut to the const it ut ion
infrtl Bridgeport as the permanent
llU'i iuig place of the assix I ii .on. anil
he spoke at length ill facr of his
auieiidm-nt, punting out the udvant
AJtt of this city as t lie headiiuai i ers
of the association. Pnder the rules
Hit- chairman stated Hie m
would have to lay on the t.ible .-a
Later Judge Gardner called up hvs
amendment, and after explaining its
object, moved its adoption. The mo
tion was seconded by ("apt. Ackers
of Scottsbluff, and carried by a unan
Thus Bridgeport becomes the per
manent meeting place of the Nebras
ka State Irrigation Association, and
our people certainly appreciate the
honor which the convention confer
red upon this city. Judge Gardner
In his remarks pointed out that
Bridgeport is the natural center of
the irrigation territory of this state;
that its railroad facilities are such
as to make M easily accessible from
all directions, and that the city is
large enough to furnish to furnish
accommodat ions for all who may de
sire to come.
Adjourned until 1:00 o'clock.
After the noon adjournment the
Bridgeport band render d a couple
of selections and then Hen. Ashton
(' Shalleiiberger was introduced.. He
begat) his address by saying he had
a right to be heard in an irrigation
congre.-s because he was the fellow
who bad made yon till take water
after 8; 00 o'clock, He had also a
right to the cotisiderat ion of Kepub
licans because he had permitted the
ltepuhlic.an Rivet1 to run thru his
farm for years. The speaker traced
the history of irrigation from the
time the Reclamation lAcl was pNB
ed, until the present time. Mr. Shal
It nberger was a member of congress
when that act was passed and took
an actie part In the fight which
took place when that measure was
under cotisiderat Ion.
W. K. (Itlthrle of Omaha read a
paper on "Alfalfa Culture." and de
voted his remarks to his actual ex
perience in growing alfalfa. His pa
per was heartily endorsed by the
members of the convention.
Hen. K. Von Korrell of Scottsbluff
hook "P H"' subje; t of "Alfaira Cul
ture" w here Mr Hut brie left off.
He ('aimed that intensive fanning is
necessary in Hie irrigated territory
The North Platte valley he contend
ed thiit sugar beets make au excel
lent fo.nl for milk cows.
Opened with prayer by Ke Hay
The first number on the m.trn'ir..
program was a paier by I'rof. P
Kuorr on the subject, "Preparing
the Soil and Itaisiug the Crop The
speaker denied thai alfalfa cliiv.'hes
the soil. It dots not only to a er
liiuiJed extent. Alfalfa, sugar beets
and potatoes aU draw upon the po
lish in the soil. Alfalfa, because of
the depth of Jt wots, draws this
potash to a small extent from the!
lower depths and deposits It on the
surface. Prof. Knorr advised the
keeping of beet, tops on the load.
Feed cattle and fertilize.
The number of questions which
w re put to the speaker at the end
of his address showed the interest
taken in hLs remarks.
"Irrigation Laura and N led Leg
islation," by J. G. Beeler of North
Platte, was one of the ablest ad
dresses ever prepared on the subject'
of irrigation. It is Impossible to do!
justice to it here and The News
Blade will publish it in full next
J. 1.. .Mclntosli -of Sidney may lie
referred to as the silver-tongued or
ator of Cheyenne, and certainly it!
must he ,-:i!l he is the proud ham
pion of the North Platte valley
Perhaps the nicst enthusiastic ap-
P1 lose of the day was given to Mr
Mi Intosh at the close of his re-
Judge Grimes endorsed .1. G. Bee-1
ler's suggestion advocating the crei
Hon of an irrigation commission and
-aid it should be made up of one!
thorough lawyer, the other members
to be practical and experienced irri
gators. The judge, who made a trip
to the south last wintre, said he ;
would not give Morrill county for
the whole state of Florida
1). 1). Price, state engineer, SMke
of the necessity of advertising the
western section and bringing settleis
to this section, advUed a constitu i
tional amenduii in creating such a
board lo take the place of the prcs
enl state bourd of irrigation.
.1 T. Whitehead, chairman of the
committee on drainage, reported and
offered a bill lo be pn sented to the'
legislature f(H- passage.
Hon. It K. Bushee of Kimball,
pr. - Mit repreceinalive for this dis-
11 ' in the lower house of the s ale
I' gisl iture, was called upon and made
a few appropriate r,. marks. He en
ilorsed the idea of ad v eri isinn V
!r.!ka and the irrigated dihfrict. He!
also advbutl the legislative commit t
to get their bills in the hands of the
members of the legislature early m
Prof. Hunt was called upon, and
d. dared au.nir over advertising tie
country He strongly urged that the
policy of allowing iron rt d nt own
ers of land to hold large tracts for!
-pe illative purposes iu tl(. detriment
PORTO RICO'S NEW WONDER
1'ioui far u.wa.V Porto Jti i l.U
ie)totih?rt a Wonderful n v. (i.seov
ery thai is believed will va.-.ly be.i
fit the people. Hainan T. March in.
of llarceloneta, writes "Dr. King's
.New Discovery is doing sulendid
wakr here. It cured me about five
times of terrible coughs and colds,
also my brother of a severe cold in
his chest and more than 20 others,
who used it on my advice WJ.e hope
this great medicine will yt-L be sold
iu every drug store in Porto Kicxx"
For throat and lung troubles there
is nothing better. A trial will con
vince yon of its merit. 50 cents and
$1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed
by Fred E. Hilsten
Few Votrs Dfc'd K'Sction in Cuba
Havana Nov A- -Returns from
Pinar I lei Rto "how that the Conserva
tives have rairlcd the province, asstir
nig the election Of Qcweral Mario
Vlenecal rs president. Alfredo Zayas,
.lie Bihera' candidate, was defeated,
but by a slender majority.
Price of Turkeys Goes Up.
Chicago. Nov. 4 A shortage of tur
keys rof Thanksgiving markets is re
ported here and an increase in the
pric (, (he birds over the I and 22
vents a pound i wholesale) mark of
last year Is possible.
Pale-faced, weak, and
shaky women who suffer
every day with womanly
weakness need the help
of a gentle tonic, with
a building action on the
womanly system. If you are
weak you need Cardui,
the woman's tonic, because
Cardui will act directly on
the cause of your trouble.
Cardui has a record of
more than 50 years of
success. It must be good.
The Woman's Tonic
Mrs. Effie Graham, of
Willard, Ky., savs: "I
was so weak I could
hardly go. I suffered,
nearly every month, for 3
years. When 1 began to
take Cardui, my back hurt
awfully. I only weighed
yy pounds. Mot long after
I weighed 115. Now. I
do all my work, and am
in good health. Begin
taking Cardui, today.
Tests show Dr. Price's
Baking Powder to be most
efficient in strength, of highest
purity and healthfulness
No Alum. No Phosphate of Lime
PhelaHnoUr Thursday, Nov.
Absolutely Guaranteed by Manager of Theatre as the
Best Dramatic Booking I r 191 2-' 13.
The, United Play Company
'txcorpo rrttcd J
America's Greatest Drama
hy Clyrde Htck,
The City vs. The Country
Where Was The Best In You Brought Out?
1 year Lyric Theatre, New York City.
6 months Grand Opera House, Chicago.
Mr. Koch has appeared before an Alliance
audience in "Mouse of a Thousand Candles,"
"Port of Missing" and ''Servant in the House.
SEATS ON SALS AT HOLSTEN S DRUG STORK
PRICES: $1.00. 75e, 50e
BUY A MAJESTIc
Th Majestic Steel Range is in a class by
itself. It has the reputation and is stand
ing up to that reputation. Come in and
355 to $65
Cast Ranges of superior quality
$35.00 and up
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