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WILLIAM MITCHELL. DEMOCRACY'S RECORD
AT L W
BURTON & WESTOVER
Attorney at Law
Office First National Bank Bid.
Phone t8o. ALLIANCE, NEB
M. M. BULLOCK.
Attorney at Law,
F. M. BROOME
LMRMpertmwMltooalTM li B, LandoftVi
a a guarantee for prompt and cfflolont Atietci
Office in Opera House Block
L awyer and Land Attornej
Pi iirtlthmer In qlvll courts since 1883 hi t
BttlSter D. B. Land office from 1903 to 101.
Internist ion by malt u specialty.
OITKfl IN I. AND OFFICE Rlltl.DINO
I I I V M I - NFHNASIIA.
DR. H. H. BELLWOOD,
Surgeon C. B. & Q. Ry.
Office Over Holsten's Drug Store
Day Phone 87
Night Phone 86
Kept Its Every Promise to thi
Voters of Nebraska
MRS. W00DR0W WILSON.
Wife of the Democratic Prealdentlal Nominee. Honorary Preeident of the
Woman'a National Democratic League.
WOW FOR THE SIDESHOW.
Put Progreaeive Legialation Upon thi
Statute Booka Standa for the
State' Beat Interests.
Res. Phone 30
V. .r. PKTKRSKT
Res. Phone 4S
I )rs. Copper noli & Peterser
Rooms 7, 8 and 9, Rtinier Block
GEO. J. HAND,
PHYSICIAN AND ST I Q BO
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throai
DR. C. H. CHURCHILL
PHYSICIAN AMI SI RGEON
(Successor to Dr. J. E. Moors)
OFFICE IN FLETCHER BLOC)
Office hours 11-12 a.m. 2-4 p.m. 7:VB p. la
Office Phone 62 Res. Phone. h.
H. A. C0P5EY
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 3n
Res. Phone 342
Ca'.'e answered promptly day and night froi
offll'-e. OfUces: Alliance National Hsnl
Bn: :ding over the Post Office.
J. P. HAZARD
Surveyor and Engineer,
ALLIANCE. M IIKASKA
Parties nut of town should write, as I an
out rnnch of the time. Charges will not 01
Cee' Ij.UO and expenses per day.
Dr. Oliver Mcuen
Physician and Surgeon
HE V I GFORD. NEBK.
SPECIALTIES: Diseases of Women'anc
Children and Genito Urinary Organs
All calls answciod promptly day ar aiiM
The first progressive luiuor legisla
tion enacted in thirty years was en
acted by a democratic legislature
The first legislation enacted in the
interests of wage earners in a quartet
of a century was enabled by a demo
cratlc legislature. The first attempt
in thirty years to remedy our antede
luviau revenue system was success
fully made by a democratic legisla
ture. Democratic legislalures have
been more liberal In appropriations
for educational purposes than repub
lican legislature have been, and the
tax rate has been less under demo
cralie rule. Democratic legislatures
have been more considerate of the tiu
fortunate wards of the state, and havt
been compelled to make good the in
difference, neglect and niggardly ap
propriations of republican legisla
tures. The Shallenberger administra
tion found feeble minded children At
the Beatrice institution sleeping in at
tics and basements, crowded together
In violation of every rule of health
and morals. It left these unfortunate
children comfortably housed and
amidst surroundings vastly improved.
The same situation was found In
practically every other state institu
tion; the same improvements were
made in all.
HARRY P. COURSEY
Live Stock ami
Farm Sales a Specialty
Phone 64 ALLIANCE. NEBR
DR. 1. IB. TYl.KR
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
G-eo. O-- G-ad.s"b3r
Tji ( Dav 498
Phone s kt u7
The Portrait Habit
Habit is acquired.
Some wi'l appear before
our camera regularly
others, less mindful of
their friends, only at
Get the 1 labit
and come often
Alliance Art Studio
114 E. 4th Street
IT IS A GOOD LAW.
One of the best works ever per
formed by the democratic party in
Nebraska was the passage of the law
to guarantee to the people their de
posits in all state banks. This law has
done good service to the people of Ne
braska. It makes the depositors feel
so easy regarding their deposits, that
no depositor ever takes time to worry
about any such thing as a bank fail
ure. Worry is not necessary, because
the depositor knows that if any b.-.
should fail, his own deposit would
perfectly safe, because all deposits
are guaranteed under the Nebraska
When the democrats of Nebraska
first began trying to enact this good
law they were viciously opposed by
many bankers, but now even the bank
ers are in favor of the law. At the
recent convention of bankers, held in
Omaha, there was offered a resolution
to petition the state legislature to ex
empt interest-bearing deposits from
the provisions of the state bank guar
anty law. Hy a vote of two to one
the bankers voted down the resolu
tion. In reporting the action of the
bankers' convention the Western
Banker, a newspaper devoted to bank
ing Interests, said:
"George E. Hal!, the democrAtic
nominee for state treasurer, made the
principal speech against the resolu
tion Mr. Hall declared his belief
that the law had created confidence
In state banks, tod that tny change,
even repealing only a part of it, would
tend to disturb this much desired con
dition." The people of Nebraska will have
opportunity at the November election
to place a real friend of the bank
guaranty law In the office of state
treasurer. George B. Hall, the demo
cratic nominee, is the man. He is a
banker, but he has always been a
strong adocate of the state law to
guarantee to depositors the money
which they place in the keeping of,
the banker, no matter whether the
banker shall run away with an affin
ity, or take all the deposits on a trip
to the moon.
A state treasurer has been known
to have strong influence In matters of
legislation. The people should elect
George E. Hall as state treasurer, be
cause they know that all of his In
fluence will be exerted in the direction
of keeping the bank guaranty law on
the books in Nebraska.
Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, wife of the new leader of Democracy and prob
able next mistress of the White House, Is perhaps the most Interesting wom
an In the United States today. This Is Inevitable not because ebe wlahea
it, for ahe does not and Is as firm as a rock in her conviction that being tha
wife of a public man does not necessitate nor call for a woman's becoming A
publicity seeker. She successfully resisted all appeals of photographers and
interviewers until Mr Wilson's nomination as Democratic candidate for the
presidency was tin fait accompli. This modesty is easily traced to her south
ern ancestry and training and is characteristic also of her distinguished
She was bom Ellen Louise Axson, daughter of a Presbyterian divine of
Savannah, Ga., whose family, so far as he knows, is the only one of the
name In America
Like Mr. Wilson, she has one brother and one sister living, all In the
same literary circle as the doctor and herself,
In this atmosphere of learning Mrs Wilson could hardly be expected to
be other than she Is widely read, broad-minded and charitable, devoted to
her home and the principles for which it stands.
She has marked ability as an artist, and It Is said that a portrait painter
of ability was spoiled when she married the young barrister who had then
given up the practice of his profession to specialize on the subject that has
made him a presidentia1 nominee.
Mrs. Wilson's three daughters Misses Margaret Woodrow Wilson, Jes
sie Woodrow Wilson and Eleanor Randolph Wilson possess the mental
characteristics of their father's and their mother's artistic temperament, com
bined In such a way as to give zt-st to every moment of their lives and pro
tection from the foibles or the world They form, Indeed, an Ideal family
circle, one that It would be well for every American household to emulate.
MRS. THOMAS R. MARSHALL,
Wife of the Democratic Vice-Prssidenti ; Nominee. Honorary Vice-President
Woman's National Der.-.c-rstic League.
Henry Richmond, democratic ean
didate for auditor of public accounts
Is neither an officer of, or stockholder
In, any Insurance company, and never
was in the employ of any such com 1
pany As auditor he would Insist up
on exact justice to the policyholders
without working any Injustice to the
sellers of insurance He doubtless,
would have to learn a lot about In
surauce If elected, but while learning
It he wouldn't forget that he was the
servant of the people and not the tout
for any insurance combine.
Under Governor Shallenberger's ad
ministration it was twice necessary tc
devise some means of properly in
resting the surplus money in the gen
eral fund -never necessary to post
pone payments of just claims for lack
of ready cash. Under the Aldrich
regime it has never been necessary to
devise means of investing the sur
plus. Rut it has been necessary tc
register warrants for future payment
through lack of cash
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-From New York World
iSverytlilns In the sideshow of Roosevelt ami Perkins Is visible except
the Harvester trust and the establishment at Auburn, N. Y., where woiuea
and children work under conditions that would disgrace Russia.
Sweep Your Floors
In the office, store and home the most
disagreeable nuisance is dirt and dust caused
by sweeping1. This can be avoided by using
Paroline is a scientific compound of
vegetable oils and other substances. You
sprinkle a small amount on the Moor before
sweeping. It gathers up and holds the dust.
It is antiseptic and prevents disease.
Paroline costs very little. A small
amount 'oes a long way. I'se it once. You
will wonder why you didn't get it soomr.
For Sale at The Herald Office
in Any Quantity
It was not a republican legislature
that enacted the Australiau ballot
law the reform that made all sub
sequent legislative reforms mor
speedily possible It was not a re
publican legislature that enacted thi
first freight rate reduction law It
was not a republican legislature tha
enacted the law allowing the voters t
elect United Statea senatora direct. I' 1
was cot a republican legislature thu
enacted an initiative aud refereuduu
Mrs Thomas It. Marshall, wife of the vice prealdentlal nominee of the
Democratic party, is a keen student of affairs aud as the constant compan
ion of her husband has had an exceptional opportunity of specializing on
human nature. A very practical and far-reaching result of this peculiar In
terest in the larger family of the state she has no children of her own is
found in the long list of humanitarian bills passed by the Indiana legislature
during her husband's regime as governor. A bill to curtail child lAbor hAds
the list, which numbers twenty, And includes Almost every legal correction
for the Immediate relief of labor, especially for that pertaining to women j
The Marshall home, like that of the Wilsons', Is a home of books. And
yet one does not feel "bookish" within Its walls On Vbe contrary, one feels ,
very much at home there the moment Mra Marshall appears upon the scene,
And, If possible, more so when Mr. Marshall comes In
They Are such chums, this tender hearted governor And his wife, And
where one is the other is pretty sure to be found. They have traveled All
over the country together. And if the Woman's NAtionAl Democratic league
has anything to do with It they will soon be going to Wssttngton together
Mrs. Marshall is honorary vice-president of the league And keenly Inter
ested in Its work, not becAuse It Is psrt of the campAlgu, but becAuae she
recognizes the permanency of the movement to educate women In the prin
ciple qf Democracy.
headache, biliousness, in
pimples, blotches, yellow
complexion, etc., are all
signs of poisons in your
blood. These poisons
should be driven ottt, or
serious illness may result
To get rid of them, use
the old, reliable, purely
vegetable, liver medicine.
Mrs. J. H. Easier, of
Spartanburg, S. C, says:
" 1 had sick headache, for
years. I felt bad most of
the time, I tried Thed
ford's Black-Draught, and
now I feel better than
when I was 16 years old."
Your druggist sells it, in
25 cent packages.
Insist on Thedford's
THROW OUT THE LINE
Cive the Kidntys Help and Many
People Will Be Happ"ier
"Throw Out the Life Line" i
Weak kidneys need help.
They're often overworked- dojn't
get the poison filtered out of riie
Will you help them?
DOM'l Kidney Pills UAVe brought.
benefit to thousands of kidney suf-
It-'ad this case:
Mrs. U. K. Leitly. U E.
St., Alliance, NVbr., says:
highly recommend 1 loan's
I'ills to all sufferers from
Complaint, as I have used them on
a number of occasions with food re
sults." "When Lour Back is Lame He
member the Name" lkn't simply
a.-k for a kidney remedy ask dis
tinctly for Doan's Kidney Pitta, tuo
same that Mrs. Iidy had the rem-
dy backed by home testimony. 5uc
all stores. Koster-Milburn Co..
Props . Buffalo, N. Y.
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OA Koster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
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Itemember the name Doan's And
take no other.
L M. Scott, Auctioneer
Will cry yum ttitB anywhere.
Net- iih- or leaw .latt-s at the