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Here In a pic
lure of the new
ulreet lamps that
will Kfttoe Box
mite avenue be
ftrre December 1.
31 of the leu
tlful lamp were
ordered and have
been shipped to
Alliance from tin'
Adams Dagnall F
l- ric company,
:10 of the lamps
will be place! on
Box Hntte n enu
and a remaining
one will be place
to front of the
city lull, giving
Alliance a thoro
Dlertirt Judge Mnbart. County At
torney White and Oeorge Sampson,
a banker at Lcwcllen. were In Alli
ance together on boslnes". Friday
They returned to Oerlna. the same
VISITS SI LAINO
Kirk lalnjt of Roundup. Montana,
la here visiting hla broiher, 81 I atfi
of the city police force. Kirk Lsfetg
will go from here to Bridgeport to
visit a broiher there after he hns
finished hla visit here.
Mrs. 0. Kerry of Kllsworth. who
has been visiting her son. Jack Hor
ry, for a week, returned to her home
A. Ronawold, M. M. Brandt and K.
Adams composed a hunting party
which went to Bonner Thursday noon
THE JUDICIAL TEMPERAMENT
i.rly rising is a good thing, may
b?, but the regular mar light old
fashioned early rising had Its draw
backs In some linos. For Instance,
It used to delay a pig three years In
getting Its growth; now they grow
(i 30 pound hog In eight months
You see, the farmers were up at all
hours of the night, puttering around.
turning grindstone and clanking
chain harness; bo that all this rack
et kept the pigs awake and gave
them nervous prostration so that
they lost weight Instead of putting
on flesh, and grew thinner and more
excitable every day. Of late years,
since up-to-date farmers have learn
ed to stay In bed until daylight, the
pigs get so much more sleep that
they grow fat and gouty and (level
on a judicial temtierament and a
oollcy of "we're prosperous, don't
dlflturb us," and consequently arc
ready for slaughter by the time
their first term Is over. L. .lean
GO TO CHADRON FOR
C N lloag of the Burlington is
confined to his home with a severe
attack of rheumatism
Mrs. Young, wife of (Jenernl Super
intendent Young, returned from a
trip to Denver FritUJ
L ft i WOrley and Frank Cantwell
were shippers of cattle to the Oma
ha markets the last of the week, to
catch the Monday markets
Peter Unlit udall. proprietor of the
Hotel Alliance, made a short busi-
ne - trip to Mullen Tuesday.
Rev. .1. Kverist Cat hell has been
stumping eastern Nebraska in the
Interest of President Taft. and now-
one of the antl-Talt newspapers of
that section is getting a little re
venge on Hev. Cathell In printing
his name, by dividing it after the
letter t and putting a space be
I ween the two syllables.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wiker went to
Anselmo last Sunday to visit with
Mr and Mrs. Dick Waters, former
ly of Alliance. Mr. and Mrs. Wat
ers expect to move to Kansas City
The Ladies Guild of the Kpiscopal
church met with Mrs. F. K. Moisten
Wednesday afternoon. A pleasi'n
time was enjoyed by all.
The High school football team left
for Chad ron Thursday to play the
Chadron High school team a game
on Friday afternoon. The members
of the team are Lloyd Tully. Claude
Rennau, David Ueach, Clarence snai- p K IJolsten and son Bernard re
er, Michael Nolan. Richard Young. .1. turned Tuesday morning from the!
W, Mollrtng, Max Wilcox, itanald tr)) to cUi.ttKo.
Crrnham. Orvtlle Davenport. Harvey
Worlcy, Willie Iamell. Uesta White
and Chas. Spacht. I'rot. Clements
accompanied the team. '
RETURNS FROM WEDDING
Mias Mabel Duncan returned home
TnurBdny noon from Lincoln where
she went to attend the Hamllton-
Kellev wedding, a description of
which was given in our last Issue.
WRECKER CALLED OUT
The wrecker was :illed out Wed
nesday night for a trip south on thej
riiiinr line The wreck was not
bad and did not delay trains much.
SHIP MANY SPUDS
Ten carloads of potato were ship
Bd from Heiutngford Wednesday
and two from Korea. The shipments
from Alliance average five to ten
carloads per day. Hox Hutte's ban
ner crop is in much demand this
FIRE IN BURLINGTON YARDS
A carload of merchandise caught
tire in the Uurllngton yards Frida;
noon and was practically consumed
before the fire was put out by the
Burlington fire fighters.
I'uited States Senator F. K. War
r-n of Caeyenae. Wyoming, was In
Alliance for a couple of hours Fri
day, accompanied by hU wife With
nhtlui was C. T. Snow, Deputy V.
S. Marshal of Cheyenne. While in
the city Sena'ur Warren and wife
had a short visit with Mr. and Mr.-.
Lloyd C. Thou as. The senator had
been to north' in Wyoming on a po
A SUCCESSFUL DANCE
The dance glen by the young pe
pie of the Oiulcrou Club at the op
era house Wednesday evening was
well attended. Over fifty coupler
were on the flour. This dab is lv
log these popular dances to niein
bers about once each month.
EARLY MORNING FIRE
Alliance people were aroused from
a late steep Friduy morning by the
fire waist le. A large bakery oven
to the rear of the Pardey building
on 3rd street caught fire. The fin
in the woodwork was quickly exilu
r ilinliiaimaJil much damage was
Every Evening at the
Christian Church Basement
on 9th and Box Butte Avenue
unday, Nov. lOth
F Ellsworth Day
and singer, of Lincoln, Nebraska,
will speak and sing every evening. All serv
ices will be short and begin promptly at 7:30
1. To exalt the Christ
2. To preach the Full Gospel
3. To edify Christians
4. To save the Lost
F. ELLSWORTH DAY
All Are Aelcome
For Every Bakinq
Best because it's the
purest. Best because
it never fails. Best
because it makes every
baking light, fluffy and
evenly raised. Best
because it is moder
ate in cost highest in
At your grocers.
World' Puro Food Epo-
tition. Chicago. III.
PorU Eipoittofi. Franco.
You dor. 'I mm money when you I
cheap or oig-ecn baking pouiier. Don I
4c muled. Buy C:!umei. It ' more
economical - marc wholesome give
teit re tub t. Calumet Is Av tuperior tv
tour mitk and WM.
Kred 1 lick returned Thursday
from u li . Inm trip in the MMtHWI
part of the BUM
Bert Ijangtord VII in trim Sioux
coiuiiy Wednesday for supplies tor
the ranch, returning Thursday.
Men Curtis was in from Sioux coun
ty Thursday for lumber for hits house
which lie U building
K. I. Pierce tra:i-:ictd husiiiv'ss
in Marsland Thursday af enioon.
Mr. and Mrs. e Watson of
Mi; chell sot nt a few days (he last
of Uie week at the home of Dan
Wats.m. southeast of town.
Mrs. Win. furry was shopping in
Alliance a couple of days the las'
of the week.
Dr. Um BUM in Thursday af
tetnoi.ii fgor a ' x the A. M.
Mis Nor Johns, n wis paJtn
ger to Alliance KriJiy where whe
will learn the dre-making tr.ide.
a a a
(V T. Ituiis cauie in Ki alay fc-n
the wt -. whore he has biea for the
Ikiist few days on business
a a a
Mrs. l'ete Swam..U was .ill e:t-
bound jKissenger Saturday wliere she
will visit for MJine Mm Ion Kvuaus.
.loe liarpor arrivnl hero Saturday
from Shubert with a car of fine win
ter apples. Anyone wishing apples
will do w.-ii to .see him before buy
ttiK T .
Miss ristiuT Nelaud returned to
her hoint from the ouaU'ru part of
the state Sunday
Mrs. B, V. Shepherd anl niece,
Miss Zed. i. were KtsBeiiKerti to Alli
ance on 44 Monday.
a a a
t'nnaixl Ihuke of Iowa came Mon
day for a visit with his brother, Adart
Hu.ke, and children.
a a a
Mrs. lUn Johnson returned Mon
ti. from Kearney where she .spent
a few days last we;k at the Bp worth
a a a
A large crowd gathered last Sal
unlay afternoon and evening to hear
a a o
Owing to the stormy weather Mon-
r.iy there was a small crowd at the
John.- in .-.i!e
a a a
Mrs liolla Johnson was a pa -en
ger to Alliance Monday
tending to business affairs here and
visiting at the FJhrtfl home for the
paat few days, return ffl to his home
near Crawford Tuesday.
a a a
Dr. Little, formerly of Hemingford.
but now of Iowa,, stopped off on his
Way home from Idaho for a few days
for a visit with old friends here.
a a a
Mrs. H. L. Bu.sh.nell wa called to
l-'remom to be with her daughter,
Mf. Clarence Canfield. who is quite
Mrs. I'almer returned Sunday from
a two months' visit at different plac
es in the east.
will find the CtMO -them.
a benefit to
Edwin Dunlap, who has been work
ing at Mr. Anderson's hay camp, re
turned home Saturday.
BUYS MANY POTATOES
Kotieri l.ochnian had a narrow
cape from beiug seriously injured
Mondiay when the team he was driv
became freight ned i a dcx t'UW-
n ng out at them. They ran south
striking a telephone pole near UM
telephon.' offi-e and overturn -J t'ie
wagtin. breaking the tongue and
tiirnwing Mr. Ixehmun out, IrrMifkMJ
him up imi e badly. Such dogs are
a nai--n e and should not be allowtxi
to be kept in town
a a a
Judge Oldham will speak a: the
opt M house In Hernia tfard a Sat
uii y af.eruojn at ;M. Don't fall
to hear him.
a a a
(lenge Kn-hnuf!, who !uus been
sik with ;yi'.ioid fev.-r for the iasl
four weeks, and wai thought to be
gttting along all right , ttnik u back
oet a few day a- aud i n iw in
a cn ical coudttiou with little hipe
of lii recvery.
DR. F. W. BOLAND
First Door South of Post
office Hemingford, Nebr.
MLINLA SQUIBS o
Ora K Phillips, formerly of Alli
ance and now located at Marsland in
the uiercimtile business, was in town
the first of the week purchasing
potatoes. He purchased three car
loads which were shipped to points
in eastern Kansas and Oklahoma
where there is a shortage of the
Herman .la, who has Uvn
October 1, rttt.
Mra. Geo. DWatM r''uriieti home
from her father's Sunday.
a a a
Mr. Shippherd's uale came off to
day with a large crowd and god
pric s. Col. Harry Course) cried
the sale and knows the value of
things, and has the knack of getting
all they are worth.
a a a
Mr Duulup auil daughters were
callers at the Ueo. lHniou home on
Mr and Mrs Shipph-rd started
for their future home at Omaha ou
Wednesday, und while we regret to
have them leave us. we hope they
The son of county treasurer K. M.
Martin. (Juy, is at home suffering
wiMi a broken wrist. While riding
a bronco last Sunday u the Taylor
ranch near Angora he was thrown,
suffering the Injury.
LIBRARY OPEN EVENINGS
The city llgrary will be open from
now on each evening between seven
and nine o'clock. .
POST OFFICE DIRECTORY
Mails close at tbe Alliance poet
office as follows, Mountain time:
in. for train No. 44.
m. for train No. 42.
ni. for train No. 43.
m. for train No. 41.
- South Bound
tn. for train No. 303
m. for train No. 301.
On Sundays and holidays all night
mails close at ti no p. m. Instead of
11:00 p. m IRA E. TASH, P. If.