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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 30, 1922)
TIIH ALLIANCE HERALD. Fill DAY. JUNE CO, 1922.
LET US COOK YOU YOU
There is no need to spend lots of time pre
paring lunch for the Fourth. We have a com
plete line of hot roasted meats, cold meats,
as well as pickles, etc.
ROAST POKK, and BEEF, BAKED BEANS
Sandwich Meats, Pickles and Relishes
E. K. JONES, I'rcp.
FULL LINE OF FRESH MEATS
If you want to do the work yourself, we
can supply you with anything you want in
Fresh Meats. You can rest assured of the
quality and price if you buy here.
yal Kuska Tells
Lions Club About
Box Butte Prospect
Val Kuska, immigration nucnt for
the I'ui lington raihoad, with hend
ciuartcrs at Onmlia, was the principal
speaker at the Thursday dinner of v'nc
Alliance Lions clul). Mr. Ku.-ka was
Jn the city yesterday for the purpose
if looking over farm pro-pcts in Itox
Butte county, ami after a trip covering
a good jiait of tlie county, was frank
ly enthusiastic over the outlook. He
contrasted crop prospects with those
in eastern Nebraska and fuiiJ that linx
liutte farmers had no occasion to feel
down in the mouth.
. . The Uurlinyton, Mr. Kuku raid, is
interested in developing the farm re
sources of the territory which it
ervcK. He emphasized the impor
tance of-cows and chickens. -i;hI raid
that the oll cow and the old hen had
often Haved the old man. As on evi
dence of the growth of dairy and
jtoultry products, Mr. Kuska .-aid that
Jive years akro the freight receipts at
KcottsMuT on these , products weie
lut nnd that last year they
The Kreatft piojM'e-.; was reported
at Laramie, Wyo., where records on
ten poultry, flo k i show the exceeding
ly larjre profits that arc to be earned.
I'lofits of $7fl.!0 were reporteil from
one flock of 10S chickens; of $7(K1.42
irooi another lloi k of 102, and of
.fiTl.Ul from a llock containing 247.
Thus the average profits from each
chicken of these thiee Hocks ranged
fiom $7.23 to 3. ";, and Mr. Ku.-ka
pointed out how n.uch urenter the
pioiit thiou;h keeping the hens than
ty selliy? them.
"If you are inclined to feel disccur
PKed," said the speaker, "ju.-t take a
trip over the county. Faimers here
can make dollars more easily than
ea.-torn N'elua'-ka fanners can pile up
cents. You have t'-'e pro-pects here
yo.i should uo after the liu-ine.-s."
Among the tilings that are needed me
Letter i.uliiods of farm supervi.-ion,
especiallv in the spud field.-. Mr.
Ku.-ka said that seed I o'.atoes pie
senU'il the greatc. t opportunity to the
coun'y. They can be grown heic
more tree from disea.e than any place
in the world, lie ured that the lio
Ilutte growers auopt a trade name for
their spud.-, estab!i.-h a reputation for
it and tii-.-n live up to the name.
Dox lUnte r.teds an cp rimer.f al
potato :-t;.tioii, alo, the speaker said,
to make te ts and help the giov.er.
in eveiy v. ay pr -ihie. Northwestern
Nebraska now .-Hips moie seed p ta
tees tain any othei region in the
l!ar:in!,'ou's 'errftory, ar.d the railroad
is interested witii the iarmers in
velotiing ti e p(--.-i!alitie - of the icun
tiy, he said.
10c Ivory So.ip Flakes,
25c Talcum Powder,
$1.00 Toilet Water,
two for '
50c Arabutus Face
50c box Stationery,
(white or tinted)
Campfire Play Will
Be Presented This
Evening at M. E. Gym
"The Call of Uohelo," a Cainpfire
p.!. Is i'.;, will be present this even
ing at the Methodist gymnasium, by
the members of the Aktati camp
fire. There will also be a specialty
piesentcd between the first and second
acts by Esther Pedmore and a chorus.
The play will start at 8 p. m., tdiarp.
The preliminary ticket sales have met
with great success, and a large crowd
Following' is the program:
Ellen Ferris, guardian of the camp-
Mrs. Vale, camp
, Blue " Bird, her young
Vivian Dow. , '
Wah-Wah-Taysee,- an Indian
Sylvia, a camp "misfit" Alice
Amy, a torch bearer Sarah Adams.
Marian, a fire maket liuthMo.vt'B.
hmily, a wood gatherer Maurine
Constance, a wood gatherer Lucille
Dorothy, a wood gatherer Mary
I'evgy, a wood' gatherer Hazel
Scene A summer camp of the camp
Time The present.
Act I The Mysterious Indian Maid
en. Act II The Capture of the Ghost.
Two weeks later.
Act 111 The Council Fire. The fol
Specialty Esther Dedmore, Solo
ist. Chorus Norma Trabeit, Helen
Derinjr, Hazel Young, Maurine Bald,
Ruth Wilson, Vivian Dow, Kuth Schill,
Our Lis t chance to make everybody
realize how witty we are, and we
haven't a sinple funny idea that meas
ures up to the oppoitunity.
Tom Lawrence would be able to
lecopnize the oil'ice cti-pidor by now.
Funny how rumor get .'tailed. We
have ju'st learned that we are jroing
to write fiction. Thank heaven,' no
one aeeu-ed us of it while we were
writing news, unless you count Tom
The Legion boys are making a spe
cial attempt to get women to attend
the boxinir match on the Fourth. 'Sail
rit;ht- nothing's too good for the dear
puis hut we warn the 1 oys they'ie
playing with dynamite. The g:rls do
pretty well now in a rough-and-tumble
light and if thv ever learn the
.-cience of the thing, it's good niht
with us, tli;i.-.- all.
However, all us men will be in the
ling-i le seat, with 1 tils on. This will
le 01V occasion ureu we can watch ii
woman i'ght without being endangered
l,y ll.;Mig di.-hes. ' ,
We don't want to seem critical, but
no woman oui-lit to thiow :n right-day
clock at her husband. Now, if it weie
a cuckoo clock, we mi'U think differ
The cub reporter has a new job. It's
a good job. It requires, however,
M'lnr i.u lite iju.umvuvM'n- 'i I
bulance man. And a knowledge of
For he's going to
Manage Mel Wyland.
Any other promising boxers are
asked to get in touch with the cub.
Notice is hereby given of the change
from "Cowboy," to "One Round." t
Tjin'd Now Left In
Box Butte Count$
though a well stettled district, has the
laiLe totale of 1134 acres. Scott s-biu:-,'
i rxt to I!o:c Butte in the
scarcity of this land, havirg only 200
acies. All oi the lanl is described as
I sandy or rough erazinc. exceut the
Bo'c Butte and Banner county land,
all of which is described as table
to .'.h ie land. Following is the land of
Manner, 740 acres, prairie, table land
Box Butte, 40 acres, prairi-, table
Brown, 1030 acres, tnr.dy, graizng,
Cherry, fii40 acre?, sandy grazing,
Dawes, 12o0 acres rou'-'h. grazing.
Garden, 840 acres, sandhill, grazing.
Mori iil, 1134 acres, sandhil., graz
ing. t'ock. K0O pore, sandhill, grr.zin.
Scott.-blutT, 200 acres, rough grazing
Sheridan, 710 acres, sandhill, graz
Sioux, 5103 acres, lough grazing.
The total of all the counties is
Yo u can was-h, wring and blue
yrur clothes with a Laundry
Queen elect tic. Wringer swings,
to any po-ition.
ThrelkolJ Furniture Co.
A I,. 12 13
oaier to iiave
Than to "Want It"
'Women Cook on the
mi . Irft It. - "k" rS. .. J .1 I
The guide-Heating, cleanoolung blue cKimney
burner is the big reason hy more than 4,000,
000 women cook on die New Perfection Oil Stovt.
It cookj and bakes everything perfectly from
boiled potatoes to the most delicate sponge cake.
Ask your neighbors about their New Perfection..
We'll be glad to demonstrate its advantages.
Geo. D. Darling
301-303 Itox Butte. Alliance, Nebraska
The local land office has released
a report showing the total unappro
priated and : unreserved land in this
tfiA'ift. .The report also gives a ti
scription of the land. Box Butte has
the smallest amount of any county,
with only 40 acres, while Cherry
county far outdistances all the rest
with 6940 acres. Morrill county, al-
Reports indicate that the coal supply has become almost ex
hausted since the strike of the miners, and coal is likely to be hard
Let Us Fill Your Bins NOW!
We are able at this time to deliver Colorado Lump or Nut in
storage.quantities. jWe ask that you act quickly. You may be
Dierks Lumber Company
F. W. HARGARTEN, Manager.
r. 1 !r ; 1
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wbereyou see This Sign
The Goodrich Tire sign on a
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you. It is more than a guide it is
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one-quality standard of Goodrich.
Here is a store run by a man who
believes in building permanent
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service. Here is a place that you,
can depend upon a place that
gives you full value in return for .
every dollar spent."
Buy your tires where you see
the Goodrich Tire sign. It means
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KEEPS FOOD AND BOTTLED GOODS
FRESH AND COLD.
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A sectional view of the Triangle Auto Iiefrifrerator
showing: the surprisingly large amount of good stuff it will
carry. 28 inches long, 8 inches wide, 1 P inches high.
Gamps hold it securely to running board,
it can be removed in 30 seconds and carried
to the lunch grounds.
A Necessity for
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