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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1918)
THK ALLIANCE HERALD. AUQU8T 16, 1918
FOR STATE SENATOR
I wish to announce that I have filed my
candidacy for State Senator on the Demo
cratic ticket, subject to the will of the voters
PRIMARIES, AUGUST 20th
Have been farming and ranching in this
district for thirty years.
YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED
SOLDIER IN FRANCE
NEED MORE DOOKS
Allium - I ihr-Hi Receives Request
for More IkMtkiu to Seiul (ht-r
for Soldier lk.
Hay Springs, Nebraska
wrt your ret) estate leee businm.
wffi snake rates wti terns to get it
eaa pot over a loan for any amount
will save yea nosey on your loan,
solicit thci opportunity to shew you.
The WOODRUFF BALL CO.
v VALENTINE, NEBRASKA
The Alliance DttbiM library lias re
ceived 11 request from the American
Library MBBClMttOl't headquarters In
Washington for more books from
this c(nmunity for the men overseas.
The appeal from Washington
states that new nibvels and good
western etorleB. whether new or old,
are most needed. Books by Zane
(rev. Hex Bench, Jack london,
Ralph Connor, Owen Wlster and .
Henry are very popular. The pub
lic library announces lhat it will re
( ie and forward all suitable books
thai are turned in. It urges the
friend of the soldiers and sailors,
nii.ny of whom have already respond
ed most generously, to give more
The communication received by
th library from the Washington
headquarters states that over tiOO,-
000 books have been sent overseas.
The supply is nearly exhausted, and
several hundred thousand more will
be needed soon by the six dispatch
offices which are now shipping books
to France. The books are packed
at these dispatch offices in strong
capes, so built that they serve as a
They ro on the decks of trans
ports, in cargo vessels and in naval
vessels. Those that go on the decks
of transports are open so that the
men may have reading matter for
use on the voyage. All these books
are gathered together again, how
ever, replaced in the cases and de
livered to the proper officials in
In Frnfice, the books are distrib
uted by an experienced librarian.
representing the American Library
association. Most of thm go to Y.
M. C. A., Red Cross and Salvation
Army huts, hospitals and canteens.
OtherB go directly to chaplains and
Hundreds of people use THE HERALD'S want an columns to sell or buy
Komethlng, to find something that may have been lost. In fact some people have
been known to secure a faithful, hardworking wife by advertising In want ad
Built By Nebraskans
MAKE THE FONTENELLE YOUR
HEADQUARTERS VHBN IN OMAHA.
UNFAILING COURTESY and SERVICE
SEEM TO MERIT YOUR PATRONAGE
330 ROOMS-330 BATHS
DATK I ONE PHRSON . . . fi.00 M .M
I TWO PERSONS . . IS.00 to It. 00
... Mtnjtoement H. Edgar Gregory ...
THE TRAIN BUG
NO OTHER INVESTMENT OFFERS
All potash producing companies operating In Nebraska have made
wonderful earnings. Men holding even a few share have made fortunes
lrom litem. One man who invested $5,000 draws from It dividends of
5,OOU a month.
One company, rnplmlized at 500,000 operating In western Nebraska
is said to be earning 90,OOO a month.
OMAHA POTASH & REFINING CO.
Incorporated under the Laws of Nebraska
Holds valuable potash leases embracing over 14,000 acres of land
in Garden County, Nebraska, thf heart of the Potash industry.
Its potash deposits are second to none in productive value.
OOTO0OOO INVESTMENT IS WORTH A LIFE-TIME OF LABOR
We offer subject to prior sale and increase in price the unsold portion of
the capital stock of the Omaha Potash A: Refining Company at $100.00 per
share, par value, all common stock fully paid, non-assessable.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Everett . Buckingham. . Pres. Philip H. Kohl, Vice President
Vice Irei. and General Manager Capitalist, Wayne, Nebraska
Union Stuck Yards Compan)
Joseph Barker, Treasurer Frank A. May, Secretary
Vice President and Treasurer Commercial Superintendent
Foster-Barker Co., Omaha Nebraska Telephone Company
Dr. B. B. Davis, Surgeon D. I Wynn Jones, Engineer
Omaha, Nebraska lakeside, Nebraska
Isldor Sfiegler, Counsel
These men are heavy stockholders. They and other prominent bus
cess men made thorough inveatlgation of the holdings of the Omaha Potash
& Refiining Company and verified the claim that they contain as heavy a
percentage of potash as any in the heart of the potash district.
It will pay you to ask for information. The opportunity will not last long
Plant to be located at Lakeside, Nebraska.
Offices: 522 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Bl.lw... OMAHA, NKBR.
CUT OUT AND MAIL TO
Omaha Potash A Refining Company
Suite 622, First National Bank Building, Omaha, Nebr.
I have I. o invest and without obligation on my part
would like to have detailed information on your company.
Here we have the Car Inspector. He
Mukei Ihi Trains every day to see if
lie Wheels tre niton the Pullmans.
He know, when No. 3 is late and why
t!ie Porter on No. 1 got Fired last
ivoek. Anyhn ly who gets in or out of
.:'; iiitliiii: it Oul is a
WILLIAM B. ROSE
JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION
Bight years Assistant Attorney
General Ten years Judge of Supreme
Clark Perkins, the well known pub
Usher, In speaking ef Judge Rose,
ays: "He has weighed every ques
tion on its merits, formed his con
clusions fairly and expressed them
courageously In his written opinions.
An analysis of hU record will show
that h compares favorably with that
ef any hidre n the land."
Three juagee of the Supreme Court
to he elected. Each voter may vole
I Mastrkat aaf It - EJatttM
Always Ready to Serve You
Union Stock Yards, Omaha
A. W. TAGG, Steer Salesman
BILLin LYNAM, Cow Salesman
FRED I.IGHTFOOT, Calf Saleeman.
BERT ANDERSON, Hog Salesman
(XLEY AVTliKRRSON, Sheep Salesman
I I I fs J. w RIGHT, Feed Buyer
H. W. JOHNSON, 'ashler
W. B. TAGG, Manager
We have been sell
ing 8and Hill and
At this market all
that time giving serv
ice that satisfies.
T. W. Farris
R. F. Marcy
R. W. Hanley
Live Stock Commission
110-112 Exchange Building
Successful and Efficient in the Handling of
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