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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9. 1921. MAUSLAND Mrs. Wikal arrived for a short visit at the K. T. Gregg home Saturday. About the fifteenth of this month will occur the potato inspection and ritmc dinner, hveryone interested c!a of cattle which are in top condi- thouM try to be there as potatoes are ' tj0n all the time and are ready for K. von Forell of Scottsbluff made the Hrnf Upf f ro O'Npill other ppwh of the evening. He re- DlUUICl Ul MI&. V 11CH1 tomes to Alliance to Search for His Sister nlied to Mavor Hampton's remarks on the desirability of Shorthorns. he admitted that some Hereford cattle didn't mature as quickly as others, hut the Hereford men ure now producing a a safe bet and sure crop in this coun try. Grove Ko.-ket was down from Hem ins ford one day this week. "Mac" McConnell and daughter, Hazel, of Crawford passed through here one day this week. Dob Johnson a prominent Hemintt ford cattle and hojj speculator was in Marsland Friday, arranjrinjr a cattle t-hipment. He loaded out a car from r,eie representing purchases from sev eral local men. It was a mixed con signment. Joe Duhon, James Arbuth nt, John Johnson, Charles Hale, Art Toole, Earl Uisinjf and Mrs. Briila tMmek brought in cattle for shipment. Harley Miller was a Maryland vis itor Friday. Clyde Hartman was in Crawford one tlay 'thii week having dental work clone. Mrs. Robert Neece was an incoming passenger Thursday. Adam had 'em not tailored clothes but lift leaves. See the snappy line of new fall tweed and write. Trices right $30, $.13. $10 and $l.'. Earlo Tailorinx Co., 121 Hox Butte ave. 73 IIKREFOKI) MEN HOLD MEETING SATURDAY EVE (Continued from Tujre 1) Mavor R. M. Hampton welcomed th visitors in a brief talk in which Iv Save his experiences in the cattle busi ness in nn early day in Box Butt county. He said that cuttle raisin U t-tilt the chief business of western N' braska. The speaker took occasion t( nv that bis own experience had beer with Shorthorns rather than Hen fords and that it had been most satis factory. He recalled occasions when be bad sent his Shorthorns to market a ye".r earlier and a hundred pounds heavier than some of his neighbors. "There is but one slogan for the purebred man' Mayor Hampton said, "and the slogan is this: Rood blood and plenty of feed. Have your cattle on the market when they are two years old. If yo udon't you bad a? well quit the business. Buy Root Hercfords; buy them here; for as on ytar differeth from another star in jrlory, so one Hereford differcth from another." market the day they are weaned until they are two year3 old, and may b shipped any time. Mr. von Forell made it plain that the Hereford breeders, in this tour, are not trying to teach western Nebraska cattlemen anthinir, but instead are try in to learn from them what kind of stock they want, so they may fro back to their ranches and produce cat tle to ft the demand as well as fill it. Nebraska is the best Hereford cattle country in the world, the speaker said. Nebraska herd owners ship jstock all over the world, and to every state in the union. Nebraska Hereford not only brintr the highest ' prices, but, lua'ity considered, are the cheapest cattle sold. T.. A. McCartney, field man for the Omaha Journal-Stockman, was chiefly instrumental in orjranizinjr the booster trip, and was leader of the bunch. Trof. H. J. Gramlick of the department sf animal husbandry of the University of Nebraska, the state secretary of ag riculture, Leo K. Stuhr and the follow insr were with the party in Alliance: Henry Mousel, Ed Itadwell, John Mc Connell, H. Gaudeault, A. J. Gaudeault, Fie I Mues, Nicholas Gerzen, K. A. McCartney, Frank Anderson, A. G. George, St. Joseph, Mo., P. H. Propps, I. Case, Thomas Mountjoy, Alex Rabeler, Bert Roberts, Ira Blair, Joe Fisher, Charles Mitchell, T. F.. Sode vick, Sam Swinbmk, John Kay, E, or Foroll an 1 H. J. Gramlich. The trip was about half completed vhen the Hereford men reached Alli- nce. Thev started out with twenty rive automibiles, but some of the tre&ders fell by the waysidf? in the first six hundred miles of travel. EVERY MEMBER WANTED. Everv member of the Alliance Vol unteer fire department i3 urged to be present at the meeting in the club rooms Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Please make every effort to attend and be there promptly. One Alliance woman tried to j prevent her husband from buy- ng her a National Vacuum Elec tric washer, but now she says he would not take $1,000 for it. It takes away all the aches and p iins from washing. See Rhein's. William Pearson, forty years of aye. unmarr'ed, was in Alliance the last of the week, searching for h:s sister, Mrs. Anna O'Neill. He was referred to County Judge Tash and told his story. It f-eems that he lost track or his fam- ly and for nearly forty years has not met anv of its members. Recently he earned that his sister. Mrs. Anna O'Neill, was in Kansas. . Mr. Pearson is employed on a ranch near Ca-per, Wyo., but rents a house that city. He dropped his job and went out to search for his sister. He followed her from place to place in Kansas, at Columbus and Fort Scott, traced her to Grand Island and Seneca, thence to Mullen and Alliance. He found at Alliance that his Bister was at Hemingford, working in a potato field. ' He followed her there and there was a regular family reunion. Mr. Pearson s travels, however, had exhausted his store of cash. He had only five dollars left. He desired to take his sister to Casper, where she could keep house for him and have a home for her children. I he county commissioners came to the rescue and purchased tickets for the brother and sister and the latter's family. Mrs. O Neill came into prominence few weeks asro, when proceedings were held in juvenile court to de termine whether she could properly care for her children. She was given public assistance and has managed to keep her family together. Her brother states that as soon as he gets back to Casper, he will be ab'e to take care of his sister, and her children. See those new fall oyercoit woolens and Myle at the Eagle Tailoring o. Any price to suit you. 121 li'tx Butt Avenue. 73 W. C. Mounts and family will leave Wednesday for the Black Hills for a few weeks' outing. They expect to camp out all the time and see all the p'aces of interest, including Hot Springs, Lead, Deadwood, Sturgis, spearhsh, Custer and sylvan Lake. We don't hare fits, but we will cer tainly fit and please you with our new fall line of woolens. Guaranteed sat Uf act ion, for $30, $3., $10 and $45. Eagle Tailoring Co., 121 Box Butte Avenue. 73 During a Ion? and busy life an enor- The time when Japan is to return mou3 mass of detail about the likes , Shantung to China has been decided and dislikes of people is imparted to on. It is "the earliest possible mo- you without any desire for it on youriment. Differences or opinion as w part. A beautiful new fur piece or fur set will enhance the beauty of your fall costume. Why not take advantage now of the pre season discount of 23 at the Fashion Shop. 72 It is a common error to th'nk a woman h a jewel just because she is set in her ways. when that is may arise, however. Have you looked over the of fering ef fur at the Fashion Shop during their August sale? 2." off on the choicest garments you will see this season. 72 Another custom that has passed with the world war is that of award ing the title "colonel" as an evidenco of popular and familiar regard. Judge W. H. Westover of Rushville was in the city today. A beautiful new fur piece or fur set will enhance the beauty of your fall costume. Why not take advantage now of the pre season discount of 25 at the Fashion Shop. 72 Even those who fish for compliments don't always find that their lines are cast in pleasant places. Be impervious to mere gossip. Even a goo 1 book is talked about behind its bi'ck. Florsheim Low Shoes jUjjjjjjjjjj You'll find here those good-looking Oxfords at a price that is very low for such fine quality. Brogues ball straps all the latest colors, leathers, lasts and patterns take your choice of any style all one price $9.85- W. R. HARPER Department Store SQS3Q NOTIC E Notice is hereby given to the landowners in Box Butte county that weeds along the public highways, both the state and county roads, must be cut by August 15. In cases where this warning is not complied with within the time specified, the commissioners will hire the work done and the costs will be charged up against the land as taxes. Board of County Commissioners, of Box Butte County, Nebraska HARPER'S Saving Money for Thousands of Women . it. The New Lower Footwear Price on Fall Styles Here's the store with the courage of its convictions that women's fine shoes may be sold at low prices is being demonstrated here day after day compare. , NEW brown kid oxfords and brown kid two-strap pumps, high and baby Louis heels. Black and brown satin pumps, Baby Louis heeli. A real at traction at the new lower price NEW brown Novilla kid, two strap, military heel pumps; black kid two-strap junior and high Louis heel pump3. A feature at the new lower price. See them Wednesday at S7.50 $6.00 NEW FALL OXFORDS New one-strap, short vamp, Kid, Louis cov ered heel Oxfords, hand-turned soles. Also black and brown satin one-strap pumps. At the new low price $9.98 Shoes for the Kiddies The children of America sing the praises of Ferris shoes, because there's nothing so important to a child's health and progress in life as well-fitting shoes, and Ferris' are supreme for comfort and service. FERRIS SHOES are made without a tack or naiL FERRIS SHOES are made of specially selected, flexible leathers. FERRIS SHOES are made over scientific foot form or thopedic lasts. FERRIS SHOES permit the growing child's feet to devel op as nature intends. Prices According to Size $3.50 to $6 The Exclusive Ferris Store in Alliance. BIG STORE ' .fCTWrVligOJJJ ii WAV. a i Harper's Millinery Shop Is Now IF 1 Harper's Millinery Shop Is Now IF Showing Q EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN ENTIRELY NEW vi, i .if , Early Autumn Millinery $5 $7.50 $10 The host of well dressed women, going away for the late summer vacation, are enthusiastic about our showing of metropolitan styles and the very low prices. Other hundreds returning from trips feeling the need for a new hat to replace what was once "summer's lovely creation" of the milliner's art. Harper's Invite You Wednesday Beautiful new styles in a great variation of colors, trimmings and materials. Careful, conscientious saleswomen to serve you intelligently. Every Day the Demand Grows Greater for Harper's Silk $2 Hosiery Full Fashioned Pure Thread Silk We invite you to inspect and compare Harper's hos iery. Made by one of the finest silk hosiery makers in America, and made ex clusively for distribution in Alliance by this store. HARPER'S hosiery is pure thread silk, full fashioned, hale garter top, high PPliced heel, toe and sole. Colors, black, white, cordo van, Africa, Russian. Black Cat hosiery for women. Pure thread silk, mock seam, spliced heel, toe and sole, wide f rv li3le garter hem, M.t)U "-.. auu colors Women's lisb hosiery, mock seam, elastic top, black, white and colors. Special values. 75C Main Floor Center Aisle.