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title: 'The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, October 03, 1912, Image 8',
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FOR LADIES, ON DISPLAY
Alliance Shoe Store
Repairing promptly done after Oct. 9th
SILOS PRODOCE GOOD
QUALITY OF BOOZE
The Herald' Efforts to Boom the
Bjilding of Silos Will Re
ceive Big Boost
FREE BUG JUICt FROM SILAGE
For several years past Tbe Herald
has been advocating the construction
of silus in northwestern Nebraska,
believing their use would bp a Rood
thing for this country, especially for
the dairy interest. A discovery
has been made that In bound to be
a great help to us in boosting the
business, and Incidentally may help
to reduce the cost of living; f, bring
Ins down the high price of nbooze.
We learn from an Illinois exchange
that a new kind of intoxicating) li
quor has been discovered in Mis
souri. It Is nothing more or less
than the fermented Juice from corn
It has been discovered that every
alio in Nodaway county is a factory
in full blast, producing the primes!
sort of liquor, paying no tax and
violating no law, even in dry coun
ties. The liquor smells very much like
bet r and has a taste, it is said,
that makes old topers take notice.
It Is found at the totloni of the silo
in quantities to make a whole neigh
The drink Is produced by the fer
mentation of the silage which mixes
with the water used to pack the ODJ
it torn ax it is pul in the silo.
It. is very much like the ordinal
corn whiskey before it is distilled.
While it is not expected to become
tashionable at city bars it is prefer
able to hair dye and lemon extra. I
as a thirst quencher in drv comtnon
ities. (letting 'he liquor out or the silo
is an easy matter. AM one has to
do is to at I itch a rubber hose and
take his turn at the end, every man
! lit I, ,1 LU . .
vjiiuK ttn m. own oarienuer and
i r pump.
AT SOUTH OMAHA
Harper's Ladies' Toggery
Beef Trade Very Dull and Low
er lor the Week.
HOG MARKET 60ES IIP 5 TO 10c
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
common to fait
good to cholct
Kond to choice
Mis.s Clark, :t ii expert trim
mer from Chicago, 111., is
in charge of our GAGE
Millinery. ('mne in ttnti
have lier do your trimming
Ladies, wear the best
Reported by F. E. Reddish, Bonded
Abstracter, Box Butte Coun
lot '.. blk I
Griggs to Wm. H. Hit,
second co. add. to All-
Mary Wren Kenan to Kate Heck
or. lot 2, blk. 1. first add. to Alii
sce, Nebr. :!,50ii
Nebr. Imd Co. to Kucene Mill,
NK M 2H-4!t. $1
Philip Michael to Krick Rasmus
sen, 8W 17-26-48. $:::.
Klla I. Kamhlin to James I'. Max
field, lots 4. 5 and . blk. "P", Slier
idan add. to Allian.e, Nebr. $7.1
Albert S Kiiyeart to George I.
Taylor, SW 21 -28-50. $1
I nited States to John Mickey.
SV 7-2tl I'atetil
Kosclln lA. Robinsoll (0 Joseph Wal
ter. N NW, SK NW ami SW NW
sec. 14. and S NK. SK NW, SW NW
15 27-48. 1 1
James J. Hayer to Walter K
James, lot 4, blk. 14, Wyoming add
to Alliance, Nehr $t!65
ft. E. Janes to Daniel KiUpatrick.
lot 4. blk. 14, Wyoming add to Alii
ance. Nebr. $.r2'i
John I). C. Garrison to Alexander
C Vniuikin, lot I, blk. 4, So. Alliance,
George Carrell to William Seat,
SW ti-26-50. $4.0(Mi
Oscar L. Harris to lAmy I Hrown.
the south 2::o ft. of iract 7 of lun
can s add to Alliance. Nebr. $1.4oi
a a a
I'nited States to Edwin P. Bwoen-
ey., NK MB I L'4-47. Patent
a a a
I'nited States to Jesse . Sween
ey. SK SW :12 25-46; N NW, NW NK
1- 24-47. Patent
United States to Jesse R. Swoen
m, W SB, N SW. SW MW sec.
I, SK NW. NH SW, N SK, and NK
2- 24-47. Patent
Village of Hemingford to Mrs. K.
Mahln, lot 81, blk. 4, see. "C" In
Hemingford cemetery. $5
C. . Speirs to Nancy Spelrs. NW
i's, lot 7
I ami 2,
to asm B a o jo o q-Xj Jfal
U. P. CHURCH
10:00 a. m. Sunday school, Graded
11:00 a.m. Preaching.
7::!0 p.m. Prca hing.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday even
in?, at 7.:i0.
A. L. OODKRKY. Pastor.
F. Yanders to Anton Dab
blk. 4, lot 6, blk. 4. lor.s
blk. 8, Simonson's add. to
Carl Weil to Amy I
north 110 ft. of trad 7.
MM, to Alliance, Nebr.
of pa Ryan's
Hesvy Run of Sheep and Lambs for
Week Fat Lambs and Ewes Slump
50c, While Wethers and Yearlings
Suffer Not Quite So Badly.
Union fttOctt Yaraa, South Omaha.
Bept. 37. On'y 1.200 head ot catlU
arrived today. The total for the five
days toots up 36,o(io head. Practically
no corn fed tattle was received this
week and prices are nominally stead)
with a week ago. Western beef steers'
are ijuotHble fully a quarter lowei
than last week and stockers 2,'tfroOc
lower, while in-between grades show
in main uses an even greater At
(line In cow - and heifers it has heen
a case of a little lower prices every
day and .-losing quotations sveragfl 2."
'(;!:, lower than a week ago. K' t der
are closing .ui3oc lower thuu last
het .'S, $J.2riJ 10.25
reeves, t.8((. '.' 84J
beeves, $7. l'(n S.mi .
bsavea, 16.0041 7 H ;
half ra 88 ii 8.50:
cows, 18.38418.60; fair to OOd nrail I
4V.t84Bl6.00; cOnatri and cutters, $3.2,'
4 25: veal calves. $4.7."f X.75- hulls
staff, pic . $! 25(6 .50; rhoice to itrinif
feeders. $6.7547 7.50; hom! to choice
Seders, 88.7St)6.50j rair to good feed
SfV $" lOflS.Cfi; COin BUN) to fair feed
eis, 4.88fl,880i stock BOWS and doll
ers. t4.(to(& 5.5": ( hoire to prime fat
tteees, 7-t4)8J0; ooi to 08W8M
grass heeves. 84.808) 1 I": f;ir tO Kootl
grass beeves. $)',.00f 6.50; poor to fail
VMS beeves, $" OOtfi 5 75
Auout 3,700 hoxs eie received to
day. The market ruled tally 5ft pit
hither TBS liest lions on sale sraft
saeursd at $k 7.", the top tot the day
and a ni lcl higher than Thm -day
'iest price. Ilulk went at $K.tie 11 s 65
Pracitlcaliv no sheep arrived today
but the total tor the five il,s fuotr
up nearly 155.70(1 head. At the clOO
id the week rat lambs arc uio nu at
pric f 1 1 H y half I itollar lower 1 1t h 11 at
the Bjfad of the pr ious week. Hulk
of the KiUing ewes show the same tie
dine, while wethers and yowling)
Iihvv MifTi nd not ijuite so badlv. Tu4
111; lai.'lts for the week are all of .jllf
lower anil fe-'d:ig sheep have taken
a drop ot a bOQl 25(ti 35r
She. p aMil '.nnli ipiot at ions ; l.amhs
gMd to choice, 88.8888,78; lambs, fait
o good. 86 354jiS55 ; lambs, feed" rs
&40f6 25; vearhngs, goo1 to choici
lisht. $4 ! 5 25 yarlings. gMd i
choice iiesvy. $4 itoft.l 00; earllngs
feeder. $4nfi.Y2"; wethers, good m
cnoice. 84.H4I4,88; wethers fair tr
good, $3 754l4 00; wethers, feed, is
$3.!ai4i 4 2": wi s, gol to choice. 83 Kf
3 !" i"vi s, Letters. $3 onft S.5o;
ewes, faarling breeders. $4 fiofc 5 no;
Wsa Mted $.54f450; nll sh ei and
bucks, $2 '(rti ? '"O.
$8 GET WISE ADVERTISE 8$
lot 5, blk. 4.
to Ida V.
set olid atld
United States to Daniel It l.au
rence, SK NK, NK SK. 17 26-",-. Pat.
Jesse R. Sweeiic v to Ida F. Sween
. v. N NW . NW K, NW SK. N SW.
StW NW, sec. I, SK NW. NK SW.
K SK, NK 2-J4-47. $1,000
A 8 27 5:
K. Jon s to W. K
I try sOtt,
Daniel Fitzpatrhk to Peter F.
Uowiand and Tiiomas K. Rowland,
lot 4, blk 14. Wyoming add. to Al
liance. Nehr $2,255
a a a
John Oaba tO JoaOpb ("aha. Jr.,
NK 28-26 51 31
a a a
John ("aha to Joseph Caha, Jr.,
W 22 -25 42. $1
o JESS ITEMS o
Services 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays
of each month at 11:00 a. ra. and
7:30 p. m. First Sunday in each
month at 11:00 a. m. Sunday School
every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Junior
Auxiliary, Chapter A, meets every
Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Junior Auxil
iary, Chapter 11, meets at 2:30 every
KO. G. WARE, Missionary.
ttpfc 22. P'12.
Charley Mat hew and wife took
U at ROM lOOt Friday for thoiC
home at Don lief er, Nebraska. They
had bwen up here visit inx Lot Hel
ling and family He thinks he will
be bach In about ton dam with his
COT load of household goods and
stock, when lie and his family will
make wet. rn Nebraska their home
a a a
P. I, Kong and family were vlsit
iiK .Mrs. K. J Hedge and son last
a a a
School will beg n at the P. J. Kong
si hool BOOM a week trom today,
with Miss Nye as teacher.
a a a
J. A Hedge was up t Alli.m e on
business two dsYJNi hist week.
0 HASH MAN ITEMS o
September 28. I HI 2
Itollan Ross was seen in this
neighborhood one day last week.
IMMANUEL GERMAN EVAN
GELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH
Corner Yellowstone Ave. and 7th St.
9:88 a.m. Sunday school.
I ::!( a.m. Preaching.
The service Sunday morning. Oct.
6, will be in German, and in the ev
ening, at 7:30, In English,
German and Knglish services al
ternately Sunday evenings, upon an
German-Knglish parochial school
from September to June, five days
of the we (4k.
TITUS LANG, Pastor.
703 Niobrara Ave., phone 35H.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
10:00 a.m. Sabbath School,
i .00 p.m. Junior Kndeavor.
11:00 a.m. Public worship.
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p.m. Public worship.
6:45 p.m Thursday, Hible class. -7:30
p. m. Thursday, Midweek
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Olin S. Baker, Pastor
10:00 a. m. Sunday School. Graded
11:84) a.m. Preaching nrvteo.
6 .30 p.m. Young people's Bpworth
7:30 p.m. Preaching service.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday even
tog, at 7:30.
A. M. E. CHURCH
Meetings in Marks' hall, northeast
corner Laramie avenue and Third
street. Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.
Preaching at 8:00 p. 111. All are welcome.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTI ST
I tavriaV mi
tdjarb. frtrni Si Ho. Rochester. N.Y.
This is your overcoat store
Just look at these Chesterfields, shawl
collar belted Ulsters; warm, roomy
Auto-Coats; every style every whim
of fashion's fancy is here. And weaves!
Imported effects in two-faced fabrics
sturdy cloths from the English Downs,
Scotch Highlands and the hillsof Done
gal. Overcoats of exceptional goodness
at the most reasonable prices in the city
$15, $20, $25, $30, $35, $40, $45
A BETTER STORE
FOR MEN . . .
About People and Happenings in
Nearby Towns and Country
that Will Interest
CULLED FOR BUSY READERS
The North Platrte valley is said to
have a socialist newspaper. The
Wasp, published at McGrew by .lack
a a a
A bull moose club, otherwise
known us a Uoost-velt club, has been
organized at BoottoMuff, with our
H i. ml, ('apt. W. It. Akers, as pres
ident, and A. J. Shumway. secretary,
a a a
The sugar factory at Scottsbluff
started up at midnight last Friday for
a four months' "campaign". It will
run without stopping until this year's
crop of bssts has been worked up.
The postponed Morrill county
i-s being held at Bridgeport
week, this being the last day.
It Can Be Relied Upon
The American Drag and Press As
sociation authorizes its members to
guarantee absolutely Meritol Hair
Tonic. It has no equal. It is a
wonderful remedy. A triad will con
vince you. K. J. Hrennan.
FOUND. A place to have your
cleaning and pressing done,. Satis
faction guaranteed. Prices given on
dyeing. Mrs. W. ft Zehrung.
Mr goth ''ml family left ROTO
day to go to ilieir OOO SOWS
miles southeast of Alliance.
a a a
Klla lla-diman is oil the sick
Sabbath school at the residence of
Mrs. Pilkington every Saturday af
ternoon at o'clock.
MRS. JOHN PILKINGTON, Supt.
10:00 a. m. Sunday school.
11:00 u.m. Public worship.
t:;!0 p.m. II. Y. P. 0.
Ladies' Hible class every Tuesday
Vetting at church at 7::!0.
Men's Hible Class meets on Wed
nesday evening at 7 : .':.
Mid-week Prayer Meeting Thurs
day evening at 7:::u
GKO. A. WITTE. Pastor.
At the Court House
10:00 11.111. Ilible school.
11:04 a.m. Preaching, Subject,
The Opt n Door."
7::i0 p. m. Preaching. Subject,
A very hearty imitation extended
Pleas.- note that next Sunday ev
ening's service, Oct. rt, will be held
at the Bmprpsj thisitre instead of
the Court Hcnse.
FRANK ALLAN WOTKN.
AFTERNOON PRAYER MEETINGS
Tuesday, October 8, 3:00 p.m.
Mrs. Ann Goodwin, S.c.iid ami Mis
Sutida.v. :: p.m., at the home of
, W F Knight TIN .Missouri avenue.
TlM-rr la more at:irrr In th: w-.-tloii .it 1w .t.iimrf
t titan all old. r U.a aat-a it Lutt'tlKT. ulid t. i I lit. I Mtl
i t.-w yean, was Mtippoard la) Im- StroffslSfl r.r a SMS
' nt.iity . tr- tltM'L.rB itrtttit.u'ti'tl .t Im'al t - and
j ptfatllSod l.tf.,1 raSalfllra. Htid tiy MMMlSStta I tlltnic
1., bun stUl hwal tnalHi.-.it. iiror..i.ii..'.id It Ifii-urubl.-;
ririftu-o hat. rr..vfi .'.a irrh lo t .. .-.H.Miitutio.ttil ii. -,
eaa). an.t Iht-refore r.-a'.ir. - t .4. -1 nutl'tti.tl lr.ntt.'vt
' Hall' Urrlt l ur. Ii.ti...t ..iii.t-.i by I .1 ( It. 1 1 v
A Ik, l.S.Hlo. Ohio, in oh otiy 1 iMifttiuttiHiai .tin' imi
the ii.iu.i It U tik.lt lnt.-n.allv I" .ttv- irt.m 1 it
dritlM to 11 1-a hihmmi f .tl II at-IK dlriitl in II." I...mmI
and BlSrSS t.rfr.ifH t.t lite Kyatr.n Ittt-y tlY r SM
huadrad d.tllan. lor any it l.itlti to rufr. .nd
lur rlr.'Ulan. and t. m .fi.- tal
4durr V J I III M Ar 1 II.. I til. do. USlO.
Sold t.v llr.l'f SM
ISS Hall' l I" id ' " '"" tillU..llul.
GUARANTEED LIVER TREATMENT
There titv just two thinns to be
borne in mind when fCU OWS Kexall
Little Liver Pills. One N that they
are sspecially designed to relieve all
liver slim eats promptly aid sfted
iely, and the other is that they are
jiosittvely guaranteed to do this, or
your money back We would not re
commend Rexall Little Liver Pills un
less we felt positive that they con
tained the DSfiQSanrj remedial agents
in sufficient tiuaniiiies and of suffi
cient strength to help relieve imy
ordinary liver trouble, as well as i bl
ether bodily ailments arising from a
diseased condition of the liver. We
could not afford to guarantee, or
even to recommend. lievall Little
Liver Pills if we did not have confi
dence in them. We take all the
risk, because our guarantee means
simply this if they do not satisfy
and relieve you. we will refund your
money without hesitation. Price, 2?
cents. Sold in this community only
at our store The Kexall Store F.
B, holstkn 1 43-2-1471 adv.
DO YOU know of anyone
who is old enough to
read, who has not seen that
sign at a railroad crossing?
If everyone has seen It at soms
time or other, then why doesn't
the railroad let the sign rot
way ? Why does the railroad
company continue to keep
those signs at every crossing t
Mrbe you think, Mr. Merchant,
" Most everybody krows my
store, I don 't have to advertise. "
Your store snd your goods need
more advertising than the rail
roads need do to warn propls
to "Look Out for the Csrs."
Nothing is ever completed in tb
The Department Stores sre a
very good eaample they are
continually advertising sad
they are continually doing s
If it pays to run a few ads 'round
sbout Christmas time, it cer
tainly will pav you to run sd--vertisements
about all the time.
It's just business, that's aO, to
October Rate Specialties
1. 52 to California,
as of Molilalia and
Miss Mildred Parkin went up to
Mr. Loaf's Sundav.
a a a
Fay liembry .ailed on .Mrs IliiHii
111. 111 la si Sunday
A small snow storm visited this
neighborhood the tfttfc of September.
Mr Fleharty is on Hie sick list
DR. L.W. BOWHAN
Office Upstairs, First National Bank
Phone, Offics 362
Phone, Residence 16
LOW ONE WAY RATES TO PACIFIC COAST:
These are in effect ouly unlil Octcbcr HMh,
Oregon. Washington, and ! to I'tah and port i
Idaho. Reserve berths early.
TOURIST RATES SOUTH:
The usual inter tourist and honicseekers' rates to sculhtrn locali
ties have bten announced. The South is growing In i,s attractions
for north SHI people. Ask for some of the aliraetlve I iter j are, de
scriptive of southern resorts, hotels and tours.
THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS TO CALIFORNIA VIA SANTA FE:
t'l.iiiineiicuig November :"th. from Omaha every Tuesday Bight, ar
1 1 p.m., personally conducted through tourist sleepers WUI be run
to Los Angeles via Denver, thence Santa Fe direct line. Git AND
CANYON BOUTS, These sleepers may be taken from Omaha early
Tuesday night, from Lincoln at inidninhi, or leaving Pspysf , Wed
iifsday evening at 7:45 p.m.
WINTWIt TOIKIST KATKS TO CALIFORNIA are daily in effe t . Free
literature, 'California Kx. ursions," "I'acific Coati Tours." "Southein
Tours" leaflet. Have your ticket read "Murliiigion' . Vou will then
have the broadest choice of diverse routes to and from the coast.
$S GET WISE ADVERTISE $$
J. KRIDELBAUGH, Agent
L. W. WAKELEY, G. P. A.. Omaha