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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1909)
32.000 Farmers and Their Families
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published with an oyo single to tho procuring of advertising.
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Using and they polluto tho minds and thoughts of your children.
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3,500 acroB of NobraaUn land. For tho last thrco years ho has
been called to do instructing In tho llvo stock Judging depart
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of the .NEBRASKA PARMER, was reared upon a Nobraskn farm
and completed a course in tho Nobraslm School of Agrlculturo
bb well as tho Iowa Agricultural College. Professors nnd In
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A Great Series Of Nebraska Articles
Every truo Nobraskan will want to read tho series of articles
on Nebraska farming being published In tho NEBRASKA
PARMER. Ab will bo noted below this sorics of articles
crabracoB all tho Important phases of agriculture, Btock
growing, horticulture, and kindred topics as related to Ne
braska conditions. Each article la written by an eminent
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Following Is a Hat of tho proposod articles and authors:
"Geography, Climate and Mineral Resources," Prof. E. R.
Condra, University of Nebraska.
"Growing Alfalfa In the Platte Valley," N. C. Dunlap (farmer),
"Growing Alfalfa on Irrigated Soils," P. L, Young (farmer),
"Alfalfa on Dry Lands," Louis Brott (farmer), Sextorp.
"Forestry for Windbreaks and Timber," O. S. Harrison, York.
"Dry Farming on the High Plains," Erwln Hopt, North Platto
"Corn Growing In Eastern Nebraska," Leo Smith, Desoto.
"Nebraska Crop Statistics," W. M. Maupin, State Industrial
"Growing and Feeding Sheep In Nebraska," Prof. H. R.
Smith, Animal Husbandry Department University of Nebraska.
"Soils," Prof. C. W. Pugsley, Department of Farm Manage
ment, Unlvorslty of Nebraska.
"Horticulture In North and Western Nebraska," E. P.
"Horticulture In Eastern Nebraska," C. O. Marshall, Secre
tary Nebraska Horticultural Society.
"Corn Growing In Western Nebraska," "Grasses for Sand
Hills and Dry Plains," "Beef Cattle on Sand Hills and Dry Lands,"
H. D. Lute, farmer and correspondent, Paxton.
"Wheat Growing on Drv Lands," "Growing Hogs In Western
Nebraska," Prof. W. P. Snyder, Manager Experimental Station
at North Platte.
"Alfalfa on Eastern Uplands," C. Y. Thompson (farmer),
"Tamo Grasses In Eastern Nebraska," Hon. Wm. Ernst,
"Tame Grasses in Central Nebraska," "Nebraska's Swine
Industry," Sam McKelvlo, farmer and president Nebraska Farmer
"Beef Cattle Production," Hon. A. C. Shallenbcrger, Govornor
"Dairying In Eastern Nebraska," Morlo Llttlo, Benson.
"Dairying In Western Nebraska," E. R. Harnly, Beaver City.
"What the Nebraska Hen Does," Mrs. W. L. McKenney, poul
try editor Nobraska Farmer.
"Agricultural Education," Prof. E. A. Burnett, Dean of Agrl
culturo, Unlvorslty of Nebraska.
"Spuds," Val Keysor, manager Nebraska farnor?' liutltutes.
"Nebraska's Wheat Industry,' "Hay," L, S. Herron, editor
"Pure Bred Stock," S. R. McKelvIe, publisher Nebraska
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IIEMINGFORD, BOX BUTTE COUNTY, NEIL, NOV. 4. I9O9.
The "People's Bank" was opened
Mrs. Broshar returned from Alliance
Geo. Hcdgccock returned from Ida
ho last Friday.
Mr. Uassmussen and family left for
Iowa last Friday.
Mr. Schlaman moved his family to
Ft. Morgan last Friday.
Dr. aud Mrs. Eiknor were Alliance
passengers last Thursday.
Walter Wedell from Sioux county
was 111 town last week for supplies.
Will Lickto and wife went to Oregon
Thursday where they expect to make
their future home.
H. E. Jones and wife autoed to Al
liance last Thursday to do some shop
ping. E. D. Piper went with them
Rev. Kuhlcr'B father and mother,
who have been here sometime on a
visit, returned to their home in Missou
ri last week.
Chas. Burleigh, editor of the Hem
ingfor Journal, has leased that paper
to A. E. Clark, who has been helping
him for sometime.
Mr. aud Mrs. R. H. Brown returned
from their business trip at Alliance
last Friday. They started out to their
homestead in Sioux Co. last Saturday.
They have a new phone put in at the
station, all the telegraph instruments
lcing taken out, and in the future all
business will be run by phone instead
The show "Ole Olson" given at the
Hemingford opera house last Wednes
day evening .was well attended nnd
every one pronounced it as fine. There
was a dance afterwards, the music be
ing furnished by the show troup.
Lew Whitaker is building a fine, new
Mrs. J. A. Wood went to Canton
J. A. Wood went to Hemingford
Howard Whitaker is working for
Mr. Hawkins. '
Miss Viola Linigcr made a trip to
Mitchell last week,
Mrs. Wallace has gone to Heming
ford for a short time.
Mr. Henderson was able to attend
Miss Josie Lashley went to work in
a hotel in Hemingford.
Kay O. Whitaker, who has been in
Wyoming the past summer, returned
With the help of Messrs. Wood,
Taylor and Hindman, Mr. Wagner
will soon complete his house.
Our first storm visited us Sunday
morning. Apparently our neighbors
on the east side received more than we
Mrs. Ella Hodgkin, who has been
visiting her daughter near Sterling,
Colo., and friends at Farnam, Nebr.,
returned last week, reporting a de
C. E. Edgerton is putting up a now real
Mr. .ludd has returned from a visit to
his home in Wyoming.
R. H. Walford returned from the east
ern part of the state with a car of apples.
Mesdames McKelvey, Redmond and
Morrison were visitors at the Bluff Thurs
day. Dr. Deputy has decided to locate here
and will occupy Miss Boucher's new cot
tage. Election was a very quiet affair yester
day, as it should be among law-abiding
Mrs. G. W. Burns, who has been visit
ing her parents iu Missouri, arrived home
Detrick & Temple have sold out their
hardware store to Erickson & Co. Frank
Erickson will take possession next week.
Dr. Franklin returned Friday with his
father from Omaha, where they had been
to consult a specialist about the latter's
Mr. Oldheiser, who is time keeper on
the canal works, will occupy part of the
Keith cottage, Mrs. Oldheiser having ar
rived from Colorado last week.
The following blanks are for sale at
The Herald office:
Real Estate Mortgage,
Agreement for Warranty Deed,
Warranty Deed Corporation,
Bond for Deed,
Quit Claim Deed,
Agreement Sale of Real Estate,
Contract for Real Estate,
Articles of Agreement,
Release of Real Estate Mortgage,
Assignment of Mortgage,
Affidavit of Identification,
Power of Attorney,
Bill of Sale,
Inventory and Appraisement of Property
Affidavit and Order of Publication of Con
Meat Shipper's Certificate,
Notice to Owners before Delivery of Tax
Map of Box Butte County,
Pianos and sewing machines at a
great sacrifice. Prices cut in two for
the next thirty days. Cash or easy
payments. T, J. Threlkeld.
AND PRINT THEM RIGHT
(Too late for last week)
Mr. O'Gara made a trip to Denver last
Mrs. McKelvey was a Bridgeport visitor
W. T. McKelvey made a business
to Omaha last week.
E. J. Darling has opened a restaurant
in the old Bayard House.
Sam Roberts is a delegate to the Grand
Lodge I. O. O. F. at Lincoln.
Mrs. Henry Wells left on Wednesday
for David City to visit her parents.
The Union Pacific right of way was
purchased south of the river Saturday.
Miss Edith Walford, county superin
tendent, visited home friends over Sunday.
Mrs. M. E. Palmer and son left Thurs
day for their home in Imperial, Calif., via
Mr. Irving, candidate for county treas
urer, was passing his cards in Bayard
Mr. O'Neal and family arrived last
week from their home in Pennsylvania and
will reside near Bayard.
Misses Hughes, Boucher and McKinney
attended the county teachers' meeting at
Bridgeport on Saturday.
Fred McMindes, having sold out his
livery interests here, left on a. business
trip to Alliance and Ord.
Mr. Covington of Laramie, Wyo., has
moved his family here. He will be em
ployed on the Tri-State Canal.
Mr. Pernecker left for Denver Thurs
day to be employed in Phillips Construc
tion Co. and O'Gara's office there.
Several parties from town attended a
church fair, given at the home of John
Foster in Castle Rock neighborhood.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Redmund of Mar
tinsville, Minn., arrived on Thursday for
a visit with her sister, Mrs. Wm. McKelvey.
Gering is at last to have a railroad. May
her later years be happier than the first
twenty-five, when she so vainly looked
forward to this event.
Mrs. T. E. Stearns, accompanied by
her sisters, Mrs. Jennings and Miss Tillie
Flanagan, left Saturday for a visit with
relatives at Boulder, Colo.
Second-Hand Harness and Saddle for
I have two sets of second-hand har
ness for sale cheap. Also, one second
hand saddle, been out two months, for
$35' Call and see me; I carry every
thing for the horse. G. A. Hills, tf
The Old Reliable
Hardware, Harness and Implement Firm
In order to make room for new goods will make special
Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons
Agent for the well known Deering Hay Tools and Harvesters and J. I.
Case Threshing Machines.
In HARNESS My motto: "How Good; Not, How Cheap,"
1 EMINGFORD, NEBR.
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