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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1021.
THflEII Labor Day Set Aside as a Legal Holiday By Governor McKclvie Tn Connection with the nhcervAnrc -n Nebraska of Mtmdav. Kt.pnihitr f,. ..s Labor Pay, (Jnvernor McKelvie Wednesday i-uod the following Labor l'ty proclamation: "Someone ha said, that labor is not rr.an'ti piini-lnnent, hut his reward. This, 1 think, pn1pha.si7.es the dignity of labor a wHI as nnthintr that nry t e said. "Thp import lncp of labor in thp field tf human ioj.res is emphasized now as it has rarely In-en before. The pre at wastes that weie occasioned by the var ran o.ily lie restored throueh the .'.pplication of human elToit and ;n tenuity to the material resources if The nation. To wisely follow this course will insure the earliest possible rtturn t a sound industrial and Mcial -ondilmn. 5he DUtio.T i how . struggling v ith the problems of readjustment. I'll is contemplates the leveling of values upon a basis of service anil equity. In this readjustment, labor mast lay an essential role, for it is quite reliat-ly stimated that labor constitutes SO er rent of the co: t of nil production. T"uju t?ies paramount facts lefore us, 'ifbwtat ft foWTn;: 'Juy ? ive a careful regard to the rclatioas Ketwt en labor and the forces through vlrich labor manifests its bencficient return?. 'These are some of the important facts that I would call to the attention of the people of Nebraska in recogniz ing Monday, September .rth, as Labor 1 Iktu. In the observance of this day a a. legal holiday, it is my sincere wi.sh Jhat proper consideration shall be giv n to the iue.-t;ns that are most in timately related to the welfare of the laborers, and the readjustment of the ssential problems to which labor is f o intimately related. "Given under my hand and the Great .Seal of the State of Nebraska this, ti e thirty-first day of August, A. D., 1921. "Simied "SAMUEL R. M'KELVIE. ""By ft Governor. "D. M. Amsberry, Secretary of -Statet." MARSLAND Our county fail starts ut Chadrort this week on Tuesday. In conversation with Fred Taylor, our county agent, last week he informed us that the how was to be the largest and best ever held in western Nebraska. On ac count of the increased popularity of 'his majesty "The Porker" a special hog barn has been constructed to han- die the exhibit of hogs that are enter ed. Two breeds stand out. above all other in Dawes county, the Poland China and the Duroc Jersey. Herds ";have grown overnight one might say nd say truthfully. Such men as C. 1. White and son, Fred Tayor and others in Dawes county have done much towards furthering the promot ing the success of the swine industry in this section of the state. Hog sales have been held with unlooked-for suc cess. In the past two years interest 'ha been aroused in the possibilities attainable through the conversion of the corn crop into pork, and it is some uhing of vital importance to a farmer vhen big money can be made from the raw land that is now being grazed. -Of course each year sees thousands of acres broke out and as this land is con verted into tillable soil the farmer 2 naturally must look for a way to M Wtttrns on his investment. What in be a more remunerative anu ro ffrtable way than feeding hid crops into registered stock. Today hogs and cat tle of the best blood lines in tha .- animal world can be purchased for the same amount that a scrub animal fold for during the period of inflated values. Is it not worth staying awhile to consider the opportunity that is now ' uiioniea tne farmer to jret into trie pure blood frame. Mr. Farmer, wheth er living in Dawes, Ilox Ilutte, Sioux or any other county in this state, if yr,u : v 1 1 r - nun nuiiiicii Hi. in. I the breeding of your stock, go out of your way and take a couple of day. on ana go 10 1 na.li on tins ween i tui see the results of pure blood breeding in the herds of Clyde I'.ulfinnton, Ch n l.vs' I Hawk, Mr. liradelork, Sam Swii.bank 1 una V. M.'VNhite & Sons and the many others who nre assisting in m.ik ( injf the future of better cattle, hi;s, sheep and horses. I Harry O'Hare and wife of Girnrd were down Sunday for a visit with home folks. Sam Newbroueh who recently com pleted the .stacking contract on the I Howard Furman, jr., ranch ea -t of I M ir; land, moved his equipment home J this eok. Thomas Huusakcr and wife were . CitN'nind passengers Saturday, going I to Lakeside for a visit with fiivn Is and ' relatives. Frank Hanna was a business visitor in Alliance Saturday. Mrs. Ktla Knyeart was a Heming ford visitor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Itushnell, former Hem ingford pioneer residents, but now t.f Kepline, Wyo., arrived Saturday for a visit at the IS, T, Gresrg h(mes Jonn Ciomrctt and -' pni through here Sunday en route to Hem ingford for a visit with relatives. J. N. Norton of Polk county was through here the latter part of the week. "Nate" Norton as fie is known to hi:? many friends is now connected with the Federal Farm Bureau organ ization of the state. lie is a progres sive citizen as shown by his long and successful term in the state legisla ture. We first met this gentleman in 1915 and since that time we have watched him closely in the paper.. Norton is a man whom we believe vill some day fill a congressional chair, for the single reason that he. is a square man, and has the confidence of the people especially the farmers of which he is one. While in Crawford Saturday ve heanMn regret that the annual Tri ointr r air, which had been postponed, will be held the latter part of Septem ber and a big time is assured. A big display of pureblood live stock will be one of the main features of the fair. Also the best racing program obtain able. Kermit Squibb went out to the A. H. McLaughlin ranch to assist in putting up the hay crop. Miss Gladys Hungerford of Craw ford was in the city Thursday cn business. Joe Damenoff, one of the section men employed on the Marsland section, is making arrangements to join hU fam ily soon. Joe expects to leave in about thirty days for New York and will sail from there for his old home in Bul garia. Joe has made many friends here and elsewhere by his pleasant ways and willingness to work. While in Hemingford one day re cently we had occasion to meet one of those characters about whom Steven son and 0. Uenry compose their stories. vne nave always uvea to meet a reai soldier who could deliver the goods, that is, something like you read about in a book. The gentleman to whom we have reference was Captain Paul Box of the British Royal Air Forces. We could not worm very much out of the gentleman but we could get a amatteiV ing of Possehendaele Ridge and VJmy and Ypres. Box looked like any other human &iw! we could hardly believe this mild mannered young fellow had been through the hell that makes or I,;saks men. He was traveling with Raymond ileaghie, traveling represen tative of the Byrne and Hammer com pany of Omaha, Tha threshing machines have been grinding out the golden wheat and other grains the past Beveral days ar.d There's a Long Winter Ahead Nature jrfves the squirrel a heavy winter coat. Instinct: makes hun store up food. But YOU must look out for yourself. Have you a savings account? This bank offers complete facilities for all your banking needs. Convenient hours, convenient lo cation and absolute safety. We pay 5 per cent. The First National Bank Alliance, Nebraska a steady flow is pouring into Marshml. Art Bennett was nttending to the ! di'tie of postmaster Thursday. I Mr. and Mrs. Vassars on the Ben i nrtt place are the parents of a bi, bjiby loy born Thursday. i Mis Ftta Knyeart, arsistant cashier of the Marsland Stale bank resigned Her position lat r.-eek and in rompanv with her si ter, Mis. Mae Phill ips, de part el for San Diego, Cal., uhere she plans to spend the winter. Miss Fn yeait will Ik? missed by the many pa trons of the bank, as slp was always of an obliging and pleasing nature. That .she will return here at the close of her varntion is the wish of her many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spacht and little daughter armed Saturday for a visit at the K. T. Gregg home. Carl is now cushier of a bank at Keeline, Wyo. Charles MYhuel of Hemingford parsed thrmiuh here Sunday cn iwute to Crawford. Geoip M. Jenkins, one of Heming ford's live wire real estate men and good roads advocates, was a M'.ivl4!i' visitor Sunday. Alex Olds of Hemingford parsed through here Sunday en route to Bel mont. He going up to bring back a load of the campfire girls. lioy Golden was a west bound uenorer Saturday. He was planning on taking in the County fair at Chadron this, week and, also visiting with his ' ' Mrs. Heath, former Crawford resi dent but row of California, arrived for a visit at the E. T. Gregg home this week. Mr. Allison from the eastern part f the state arrived for a visit at home of Mr. Allison's sister, Mrs. H. C. Bayn . The Marsland Hotel changed hands this week, the new owner being Mr. A. C. Morris of Kansas City, Mo. Mr. Morris will make several changes and will serve meals. Mrs. Thomas, former proprietor of the establishment, will remain in Marsland. We would advise the traveling public to give Mr. Morn's an opportunity to please them. Suc cess to him in his new business. A. C. Morris purchased the barber shop equipment of A. C. Bouck this week and moved it to the hotel where he will operate a new barber shop. George Gregg one of the Marsland potato kings with an acreage of about ninety acres, is building a large potato cellar on his father's place, nidypi Beginning Sunday, the Imperial will ! i observe, with thousands of theaters! scattered over the country, "Para mount Week," during which Para mount pi eductions only will be fea tured. Sunday's feature is "The Great Day." The ttory is based on a cele- brated Drury Iine melodrama and the m cues are laid in l.'ngland, Paris and the. Alps. The hero i. enticed into an unhappy marriage and when his wife elopes with anothei man and is pre sumably lo.-t in the foundering of a I steamship, he contracts another mar riage and then the action is in lull' Mving. "The Love Special" w:ll be shown .Monday and Tuesday, with Wallace ' lieid as the star. The story upon which the picture is based, is .mhI to be one of the lest railroad stories by Frank H. Spearman, a well known fic I t onist. It is a big story, full of sjiced : i'id thrills and seasoned with a de lightful romance which continues all . through the picture. Wednesday anj Thursday comen "ThC &-sy Road," barring Thomas Mefghan, who has the role of a sailor novelist who marries A rr! woman and finding himself on cuy streel, neglects his work and becomes a drone. Liia Iee, as Klla Klot2. is saved by the novelist when she tries to commit suicide and this meeting results in his regeneration and reunion with his estranged wife. There are numerous strong situations in the story. Gladys George is leading woman. The last Paramount picture com pleting the week's program is "Brew ster's Millions," which will be shown Friday and Saturday. Roscoc (Fatty) Arbuckle stars. The plot concerns' a fellow who suddenly receives a gift of a million dollars. No sooner has he re covered from the hock of that sur prise than anotlier interested party offers him five million if he will spend the other kind gentleman's donation within a year and is broke at the end jf that time, PLKASANT VALLEY Miss Fay Miller departed lat week for Thurman, la., where she will stay and go to school this winter. Mrs. Fred Stout of Glenwood, la., arrived Monday morning to be with her sister, Mrs. John Huberts, for a few days. Mrs. Gin Peterson was helping Mrs. Thomas Squibb cook for threshers last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts and sister-in-law called on the Timblin family for a short vijit. Joe and Feig Timblin and Harold Dryant were over to Oakley Stephen-' son's last week breaking colts to ride. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Roberts and sis-ter-in law sjient Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Osborn. Mrs. Bert Marts nnd children wcr. callers nt the Carl Under home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Otis Cox and children spent Thursday with Thomas Squibb. Mis.i Naomi Squibb f.pent Sunday after noon with Lillie F.rvine. Harry Robbie spent Sunday aftei noon with Gilford Roland. John Warn was nt Thomas Squibb Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. jfUis Cox. and Mrs. Fred Stout, went to Alliance Monday. Mia Ruth Cox and brothers spent riiwJ-iy Vi'fin Mrs. Thomaa Squibb. Wherl ?t comes to entertaining at dinner at present price's, many ft mail and his wife have to compromise at 'IwVJ ti company". i i Some antiquarian has announced that the ancient Peruvians had jazz bands, thus providing the first reason able p.cuc for the trueltien C Pitarro. There is a CONKLIN which is "just made for you". Select your pen care fully, and you will discover the real meaning of writing satisfaction. $2.50 and up, Vawitaintficn "Try This Drug Store Firsts Scotlcit & Hershman Alliance forujr, Co. Phone 132 214 Ilox Butte in i i - Hi Budwciscr Bcvo Wholesale and Retail Tobaccos We deliver to any part of the City WM. KING COMPANY Phone 136 Murphy's Root Beer Cigars r ii ;fairview 'BL 6 m 1 4 U p ON- Labor Day, Sept. Program Starts Promptly at 10:30 a. m. Broncho Busting Trick Riding Horse Racing Potato Race Roping Contest it Liberal Prizes Given Special Prizes Given for the Best Bucking Horse and the Best Rider. PRIZES FOR ALL OTHER EVENTS. 2 Games of Baseball LADIES' BASEBALL GAME SNAKE CREEK vs. FAIRVIEW Picnic Dinner at the Grove FAIRVIEW is 7 miles North and 3 miles East of Alliance. Take the Chad ron road and turn east when you come to the marker. AdmissionSOc over 1 0 years; under 1 0 free Come and Enjoy the Day With Us SEE T. J. LAWRENCE, OR PHONE HIM AT 809F3 FOR CONCESSIONS .7 J