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title: 'The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922, October 17, 1912, Image 11',
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Having decided to quit breeding horses. I will sell at public auction at my ranch, 3
miles northeast ol Marple, 28 miles northeast of Alliance, 20 miles south of Hay
Springs, 18 miles east and 4 nortn of Hemingford. on
Tuesday, October 29, 1912
my entire breeding herd, consisting of Imported Shire stallion. Stutney Willington
11922 (28006); 45 broodmares, in foal to above stallion; 30 head of work geldings
and two-year-old mares and geldings.
This is the best bunch of mares in Western Nebraska
many of them weighing 1,600 or better, and some of them being 15-16 and 31-32 Clyde and Shire
Sale to "begrin. at 10:30 a XXI.
ITree Lunch, ejtt ITcon
Terms: 12 mftfffiis' time on bankable paper drawing 8 per cent. 2 per cent discount for cash
Col. H. P. Coursey, Alliance - ,lHinnoorc
Col. A. 0. New, Rushville ucl,onee,s
C.J. Wildy, Clerk
G. M. BANKS, Prop.
wrrt MCtalMl bcforr thorn. Br , '
Muy nlway voted the worlallst ti-ket
aM are loo olrl n:iw to ninKc a
rh rw As people generally tonie
Iq know Micmp thliiKH. their t iu
tike Is naturally removal hikI
b.me oHn (o convict Ion.
One more thinn wo wlh to men
Hon In this connection Ix that while
MCtaltm I now commonly undorstoo
to mean government, or "noelal" own
MTtfclf, It is not yet generally reeog
nlscd thai there are d liferent de
K1ms of socialism, if w may so ex
press It, that Is, that there is a dlf
l it lire oi opinion among Hioho call
Ins themselves socialist an to the
extent of Kovernment ownership. Ul
tra soci.illsis. or extremists, believe
In government ownership of ever
thliiK. literally doing away with pri
vate ownersh: hut It : fair to any
that there are hut lew of that .lass
of socialists in this country now,
none so far an we know among Ihe
recognized leaders of the party. Con
servatlve socialists, to which class It
sei'tns that most of the leaders of
the movement in kVmerlot now be
long, believe in "social (government)
ownership of the means of produc
tion", including means of publit
transportation, etc. There are many
persons who do not call themselves
socialist w ho believe in "gov TMDMM
ownership of public utllllli s", so
that there is not much different r at"
tcr all between radteal "progri ssives"
In the other parties and the imiwrv
alive stK'Iflllst!. When these rail let I
progressives In the repuhlican and
democratic parlies lose hope of se
curing through the olt' parties the re
forms that they want, or the things
which they believe to be reforms,
tbey turn to a new party that advo
cates them, or something similar.
This Is one of the reasons for the
growth of the socialist movement. It
Is not altogether a change of opin
ions on the Issues; to a great ex
tent It is merely a chaime of align
ment. Shaking of the two millions of
young nun or the I'ultod State- who
will cast their first votes this fall,
the Epvvorth Herald of Septetnbt r 21
says: "If they all voted the demo
cratic ticket they would eleot Gov
ernor Wilson. If they all voted the
republican ticket they would re-elect
the president. If they all voted the
progressive ticket they might elf-t
1 t'olouel Uoosev.lt. IT thev all voted
the socialist ticket they would dls
turh Kurope as well as this country."
To which we might arid a couplo
of if's: If I ha democratic national
convention tit l5altimo.ro hail nominat
ed a reactionary candidate iuttMd of
(Jovernor W0MH, anil if the new pro
progressive p.my had not been form
ed by republicans dissatisfied with
the acti'in of the republican national
convention at Chicago, the so iillst
vote at the t;, n;lag national election
would be btTfe enough to "disturb"
the civilized world.
o MALINDA SQUIBS o
BURTON & WESTOVER
Attorneys at Law
Officii! First National Bank Bldg.
'Phone o. ALLIANCE, NEB.
H. M. BULLOCK.
Attorney at Law,
F. M. BROOME
Loot experience a Beoetrei r 8. t.amioW'o
iir:uiii' for prcmiiit ;oii efflcit-nt sere te
Office in Opera House Block
BRUCE W ILCOX
L a wyer and Land Attorney
Prartltlnner In cItII courts nines 1R93 n4
Keglstor D. I. I.ittul Oflea from IP03 to INT
Information hy mall n spxclslty.
ornei in i.anp OfflOl stoi.msn
DR. H. H. BELLWOOD,
Burgeon C. B. A Q. Ry.
Office Over Moisten s Drug Store
Day Phone 87
Night Phone 86
Kes. Phone 30
P. .1. PETEH8M
Kea. Phone tt
Drs. Coppernoll A Petersen
Rooms 7, 8 and 9, Rumer Block
OEO. J. HAND,
PIIV.SICI.tK AND S C R Q E O f
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
FOR SALE CHEAP
Two Ford Roadsters, one
Metz and one Cartercar.
Splendid values for the
money. I also have a
mail route to let.
J. C. McCORKLE.
STIR IN POLITICS
Developt:a Strength that Causcj the
Other Partiea to "Sit Up
and Take Notice"
O- ;(jlrr V. 1911.
Mr. PtinUa il .h-j KilpatrJck POOoll
wet t with cti tie 1;lhi
.Mr. Dunlitn Waol to '.Vllian.e Fri
!; v. II:.-, Aaugh T who has
bitt tiyini uriUi t ' ' !'!', ' A.
i.'ic, ret anted with him.
Mr. Bark? Htartftl to 0::-ah;i Wttfc
cattli' tfauirtlay evenius.
lin Uucir iin.l Ben NuoUil at
tended the horse sale In AlMaa t
DR. C. H. CHURCHILL
PHYSICIAN ANO St'KGEON
(Buccaaaor to Ur. J. E. Moore)
OFFICE IN FLETCHER BLOCK
Office home It-M a m. 2-4 p.m. 7;0-a p, m.
Office Phone 62 Res. Phone, 8)
H. A. COPSEY
Physician and Snracon
Office Phone SAO
Hes. Phone 342
Culls anawnred promptly day and nlKht froik
oflltce. Offlcea: Alliance National Honk
Hnlldlng oyer the Pout Office.
J. P. HAZARD
Surveyor and Engineer,
ALLIAX.K, M IIHASKA
Parties tut of tiiwti slit m 1.1 write, as t AM
out nim-li or tlieiloiH. (.'hantes will not at
feed .VDO and ex pauses pt-r day.
Dr. Oliver McEuen
Physician and Surgeon
HEMINGFORD, st UK
SPECIALTIES: tjj leilei of Womeo and
Childreo and Genno Urinary Orgaee
Alt calls answers) pro motly day or W1rf
Alliance Hat to Bow to the Inevita
ble Scores of Endorsements
After reading the public atateiuent
of this fellow-bufierer given oelow,
you iniutt come to this conclusion:
A remedy which proved so benefi
cial years ago, with the kidnejrs, can
naturally be expected to p rforin ihe
game work in similar cases. Head
Mrs. Herman Schroeder, Washing
ton Ave., Sidney. Nebr.. says: "I
was in a bad way as the result of
kiduev trouble. I suffered from
pains in the small of my buck and
ditty spells, and 1 ffsl unable to
fctoop. On the physician's ativite. I
put a plaster on my back, but this
did not relieve me. 1 also tried
many kidney remedies, but to no
avail until I began using Doan's Kid
ney Pills. After I had fiui.'hed the
contents of the first box the pain
iu my back stopped and I continued
using this remedy until my trouble
disappeared. You may use my name
as one who recommends Doan s Kit!
uey Pills highly."
The above statement was given
May 7. 1U0H. and in a later inter
view Mrs S. brot tter said "I will
Ingly confirm my former end Or tome nl
of Doan s Kidney Pills. The cure
this remedy made has been permau
For wile by all dealers. Price 6"
cents. Foster Mllburn Co.. Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the Unit
Remember the name Doan s and
take no other.
ENTERTAINED P. E. O.
the la. .ies
of che 1. K. O. Monday
A delightful afternoon
EXPECT BIG VOTE THIS FALL
The steady growth of socialism is
tausing a good many people to in
quire into the reason. Ve cannot
take time to discuss the matter ex
haustively now, but think w can
mention briefly a few of the causes
t'er the increase in the number of ad
bl rents of t hat party.
In the first place, swiaUsts have
11 viy much misunderstood by
Hie people generally. The writer re-
! members hearing a ronvenuttion on
j . oclalism eome years ago between
, 'w jersous, one of them a preacher,
land supposed to be fairly well posted
Ion topics of general Interest. They
agreed that "socialists and anarch
itH art! just about Ihe same". Thous
and of other people have entertaiu
eti Hie same idNi, when as a matter
ot fact they are the opt)sites. To
be sure, there are some wild-ey i
fauatus and some criminals who call
tiiemsches socialists, just tut there
are some wild eyed fanatics and some
criminals among republicans and den-
oerats, but it is no more just to judge
all socialists by the few of Ihoxe
classes who iufet their ranks than it
would le tO judge all republicans or
democrats by those of their number
who belong to those classes.
As a class socialists are a law abid
'ng citizens, men who think for ttun.
Ues and, whether they are correc
or ntw in llie.r tneiries, they 1. ill
iv you itajou why they are SO
t alo-ts, and it will not be became
their daddies and their graudduddie
In a letter from Branch
land, W. Va., Mrs. Eliza
beth Chapman says: "I
suffered from womanly
troubles nearly five years.
All the doctors in the coun
ty did me no good. I took
Cardui, and now 1 am en
tirely well. I feel like a
new woman. Cardui saved
my life! All who suffer
from womanly trouble
should give Cardui a trial."
HARRY P. COURSE?
Live Stock awl
Farm Sales a Specialty
Phone 64 ALLIANCE. NEBR
iie. i. 10. 'rvi.ioit
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
G-eo. Q-. Gr-a,d.s"b3r
The Woman's Tonic
50 years of proof have
convinced those who tested
it, that Cardui quickly re
lieves aches and pains due
to womanly weakness, and
helps nature to build up
weak women to health and
strength. Thousands of
women have found Cardui
to be a real life saver.
Why not test it for your
case? Take Cardui todayl
The Portrait Habit
Habit is acquired.
Somt; will appear before
our camera regularly
others, less mindful of
their friends, only at
Get the Habit
anil come often
Alliance Art Studio
114 E 4th Street
L. M. Scott, Auctioneer
Will try your sales anywhere.
Sri' DM Or leuvr dates at th