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FOR SALE CHEAP
Two Ford Roadsters, one
Metz and one artercar.
Splendid values for the
money. I also have a
mail route to let.
J. C. McCORKLE.
We are offering you this week
at reduced prices
PURITAN FLOUR in 4S lb. sacks . . . . . $1.40
PEERLESS FLOUR in 48 lb. sacks 1.40
GOLDEN WEST FLOUR in 48 lb. sacks . 1.35
TIP TOP FLOUR in 48 lb. sacks 1.35
DELIGHT FLOUR in 48 lb. sacks 1.20
Comb Honey, per lb., 20c
Strained Honey, per lb., 15c
Log Cabin Maple Syrup, per qt., 45c
hog Cabin Maple Syrup, per 4 gal., 85c
Log Cabin Maple Syrup, per gal., $1.50
Ohio Maple, per gallon, 75c
Wedding Breakfast Maple, $1.00
Cabbage, per hundred . . $1.00
Irish Potatoes, per bu. . .35
Sweet Potatoes, per lb. . .05
Apples, cooking, per bu. 1.00
Salt, in 280 lb. barrels, $2
Salt, in 100 lb. sacks, 90c
Peas, Leader, per can . . . 10c
Corn, Duchess, per can . . 10c
Tomatoes, 2 lb. can .... 10c
Raisins, seeded, pkg. . . . 10c
OUR LUXOR brand Fruits, Jams, Preserves and
Vegetables will be in soon. This is the very
best grade that can be grown and put up.
We solicit your trade
A. D. RODGERS
LIVE STOCK PRICES
AT SOUTH OMAHA
Tone to Beef Trada Shows
HOGS ARE FIVE GENTS H1GHEF
THE YOUTH'S COM
PANION FOR 1913
The Youth's Companion appeals
to ve-r. int. rest of aiuily life,
from housekeeping to athletics. It
begins with stories of youthful vim
mill vigor, with artieles which dl
dose the secrets of successful pl.v
lc i lie great games, with charniin,!
tales or lire at the girls' colleg l.
Uui The Companion does not su-ri-uiler
these readers wh?n they
hat entered the more serious paths
of life. , Mothers will welcome fue
j ;. e for little children and the unk
l doctor's article. Fathers will Tnd
Tit important hews of the day a
It Is, and not as It Is rumored to be.
j be entire household will apprc'j'tlt
t ie sketches which touch gently on
common- foibles or e-uriiai are hv..-ii-IrleJtjr.
In short, for less than four
tents t week The (.'onipauion brings
inn- the home clean entertainment,
ji.re Inspiration, fine ideals, iucmase
cl kuow ledge. ,,
..iines rarely seen in tSBrti of
c, i ents will be to inel in The Com
pinion's Announcemnt for WLt, which
will be sent upon request ait!) s.ur
pica of the paper, to those nw i.,tiil
Ir.r with It.
Kxery new subsc riber f r fU w ill
twelve free all the 'ssu.:. lor the
r. luaining weeks of If 13; als., free,
Tl:e Companion Window Tnutspar
eiicy and Calendar for :''.! iv. rich,
translucent colorB the most beaut I
lOl of all Companion souvenirs.
THK YOITHS COMHAMON,
Hi Berkeley St., iloaton, Mass.
.New silbBcriptions received at this
office. . t
Advertisement 4 4 I -1 5-t 1
It Can Be Relied Upon
The American Drug and I'ress. As
soc ia Ion authorizes it members to
guarantee absohitoly Meritol Hair
Tonic. It has no equal. R is a
wonderful remedy. A triad will 0011-
I vluc e your F. J. Hreiinau.
I Advert tamitenr
Good Supply of Sheep and Lambs fo
Week Prime Killing Lambs About
10 a 1. Higher Choice Ewes Uuar
ter Up Feeders 1015c Higher.
Union Stock Yards, South Omaha
Nov. 1. Receipts w;e tail i6n..
about 2,lu0 head arrived. The tota
for the week foots up about SSjWH
nead Owing to the veiy limited oi
firings Of ccrn-i'ed cattle It has beei
difflcult to get anything like a satis
factory line on the market this week
Closing quotations on western heel
tattle are nyt a great deal diffcrem
from last week, possibly a little lower
cu the medium and common grades.
Cows and hellers an- closing n shade
lower. The re has been a rather hesi
tating trade in stock cattle and feed
;iig steers al! week, althougn prices
liave not shown very much change
from day to day and average up near
Iv M well as toward tha latter pait ol
Cattle quotations: Choice to prlnv
DOOVOS, $9.000111.00: good to choice
beetea, S.:i"'e7 I ', fair to go d
I. e eves, $J.250S.OO; coalmen to fair
beeves, .lW(u 0; Rood to cbolee;
heifers, $r( v)fi 1;. M ; gsid to choice
cows. l6.4O06.Si; fair to good grades
f4.40Cfi.28; canners p. id Betters
M-00O4JS; e al calves. $4 7.j'8.7';
I'Ulhl, si ins. etc.. 4.00 tffi.fiO: choice
to prim, feeders. T.OO0T.fiO; good ti
1 lioi e letders. $'! 2"ff ti.7.: fa r U
bOod feeders, I5.7S496.I6; common t
fjilr f seders IS.OOQB.&O; sto k cows
and heilers, $ 4. 'l'rn ".."" : choice t.:
pilar- la! bOOVea, 7J0tf6.S&; good to
choice' XTAU lieeves, $ TtUfi ".i'r, fail
to i:o'id grass beeves, i' (MX) 6 3 I; po.tl
io fair grass boevoa, 18.25(96.00,
About 4. .''' hogs were received to
u::y. This makes the total for the nve
ti.iys foot up 28.0011 bead. Hogs ad
yaa d aa.iin today, piir.es ruling fully
a big nickel higher than Thursday
The bulk went at $7.C3?f 7 75. with sev
eml loa of the best hogs going at
$7.80, a nickel above Thursday's best
Rece ipts of sheep and iam'is for the
five days foot up nearly 160,004
bead. At the close of the we-k the
boot fat lambs are selling around the
same prices as a week ano Re-all-prime
lambs mar be regarded as lutflt
15c- higher. Killing wi'thers and eWftl
shovv about a quarter advance for th
wee-k Only a few yearlings or weth
ers have been coming iu of late. Price
on feeding lambs and ewes are about
104918c high, r than those prevailing
;et the , !-s.- of last week.
Rh'Mc'p and lamb quota! ions ; luemhs
;ooei . hoice. $'i t;afi ii 1M ; la:-)bs. lair
10 good, $; 2ifl fi.GO; lambs, feedeis
$5 "".(Tic. 2.": yearlings. giKid to c hoice
light. $4 45fa 2'): yearlings, goeid to
choice heavy. $4.2 4 70; yearlings,
feeders. 1 7.1f 5 00; wethers. gool to
choice, J044.40; wethers, fair U
rood. $:M"'n : we'thers. (Order!
$.4i'f 4 :!.. ees. good to choice, $ ; 4.".
94.(10; ewes fa r to go-.d. $3.2"4t S (";
eeR. feeders t,tO(t 48; ewes, ye ar
ling tt id(TI. $4 ' " n i) i: ( UU i'.ieep
and hue ks. fJ 8041 00. .
ONLY A FIRE HERO
but the crowd cheered, as, with
tmrneecl luuicis. he held up a small
round box, "Fellows'" he- shouted,
"this liucklen's Arnica Salve I hold.
hah (iverythjmr. btsaf for- - burn.-v "
lUght! also for boils, ulcers, sores,
pimples, W.W11U, cuts, sprains, bruis
es. Sureat pile cure. It subdues tn
il.uiuiuiuou. Mils pain Only 28 cis.
at Fred K Hols ten's
FOUR DAYS' FIGHT
Powers Awaiting Final Battle and
Oowntali ot Turk.
MESSA6ES STILL HELD UP.
European Sentiment Favors Letting
Balkan Allies Hold All They Car
Capture Turks Insist Greek Arm)
Is Checked and Prince Is Gone.
A'ter tht four das' decisive battle ol
the Halkau Turkish war there Is calm
(Or a lew hours, and no news come
from the field of the recent tight iug
Constantinople officials still refuse tc
permit messages dealing with tin
Turkish defeat to be sent out or the
capital. How far the Ottoman army
will be able to pull Itself together, and
whether ii will make a stand in (he
forts outside of Constantinople, ar
The Serv ian mix am i- toward Salon
tkl continues. The Greeks claim to be
pushing itMdily forward, but the
Turkish BrMJtgM Insist (bat thedrei k
Hint has met with a repulse; that the
crown prince ran away and that th
Greek position is precarious.
Aclrlanople and Salonlkl are now
flui 1 ounded by enemies. The Turkish
tinny In Macedonia Is cut off from ill
sine s Sorriana hold all of old lorvta
and art administering the government
from the fcOCtOBt capital. Fskup. Report-'
of aaaaaacrei by the rotraatlai
Turks, with barbarous details, are pll
Kiplnmnrv has done nothing in th
direction of stopping or limiting the
war. The powers now await the afc
peeled final battle, which will force
IttO Turk to his knees The allies pro
claim (heir determination to hold all
thev conquer European sentiment
appears to indorse their ambitions. i(
Au-ii'ian lnte--es(s caa be arrangd.
All the sailors of the British de
sfioyer nncl submarine squadrons on
leave hnve suddenly been ordered (o
return. The action of the Rrilish ad
mlfottjr has caused a stir, btt( It may
have no relation to the war.
GIBBONS TALKS OF ELECTION
8eeks to Awaken Citizen Without In
terest in Politics.
Baltimore, Nov. 4 Cardinal Gib
hons, in the cathedral here, delhered
an election eve sermon deHlgned to
awaken "the supine citizen who never
to.kes an interest in the political wel
fare of his country." He declared that
if the future historliu is called upon
to record th decline and fall of the
American republic he will ascribe as
the COUSt "the Indifference, le-thargy
and political apostacy of her own
The s'-rmon was non-partisan as to
the (ersonal preferenc e of the cardinal
toward the three conspicuous candi
dates for president. He asser(ed his
(I'olerance tow'ard pessimistic proph
ets who ear!: campaign predict (he
end of (he government unless their
favorite candidate Is elected and by
a disc., iloa of our rorm of govern
ment BOilVRl to show (hat the results
of our fleet ion cannot seriously affect
the soduranee of the republic
Givrn Use of Jaws by Surgeon.
Baltimore. Nov. 4. A remarkable
operation srblch has resulted success-
folly sfa performed at a local hospital
on a ton teev.-vear-old b ey, who since
b:rt! had been unahle in r ,,- in-
jaws From the time of his birth K
had been nec-esaary (o feed die child
; through a tube, as the jawbones were
stiff, having no no: mil "hinges." Tho
surgeon cut through the solid bone
where (he Joint should have been and
modeled a hlBRO Bach as nature usual
ly provides The child has left the
hospital and now has the normal use
. of bis jaws
Fresh Slood Saves Woman.
Mount Kisc-o, .V Y . Nov 4 .An op
eratlon for the transfusion of blood
was performed upon Mrs. Charles Pin
kefton, daughter of the late President
OttMter A. Arthur, at her home here.
The operation lasted moie than two
; hours Two men. whose identity was
not disclosed, supplied the blood. Mrs.
11nkrton had been suffering from
anemia She Is said to have Improved
steadily sim-e the operation.
New Mate for Taft Not Selected.
New York. Nov. 4. After a confer
cr.i e betweoa Prssideal Taft and sev
eral msmbers or his cabinet and Re
pUbllcau senators and representatives.
It was officially announced hen- that no
Successor to Vice President! Shermsn
on the Its publican ticket would be si
lee t el until after election. Qoveraof
Had lev of Missouri Is known to be fa
vote d b President Taft and many of
the leadsrs ; ,
Strikebreakers Tell of Assaults.
Indianap di. Nov 4 - At 'the 'dyna
mite COjpiraay" (rial James A Wolf
and hank le nk or Cle veland testifie d
that when they eontjnued working
after the iron workCrs'Nk jfliou bad
called a strike the y were adsnuite d by
gangs of mi ,1 lienk said one of his
assailants was peter J Smith, now a
deremlant charged with complicity In
a dynamite eonsplraj-y.
u;.. n..i.Li.. a. ; . . .
I I . l lml,., I . V.. J A 1
Emerson. presMoat of the liro(her
hhod of Timber Workers, and bis eight
assoc iates, charged with murder as the
resuK of the e;niMiw labor riot, July
7. ware acquitted The jury took less
tlun an hour to bring in the vejdict
I CONDENSED NEWS
T in1 hod 01 vic e FtaaHtaf thonaaa
was laid to r st w ith simple ce-rsaM
nh-t. at I tlc i. N. Y.
General Robert V liealy, one of the
wealthiest harlneas men of Chattn
nonga, dropped dead of hearf disease
Bdward Lane, a former Democratic
congii-sstnan, died at his home in
Hilb ho: o, III . from a c omplicate u of
Fd Pearson, s weaKhy farmer living
near He-la, S D. fell from the top of
.1 grain wagon Ills life- was crushed
out heiieflh the w b:-is.
T'-n spans of fjM Uiuisxllle and
Nashville' railroad's two mile bridge
across the Baj t st Louis in Missis
rlppi we re d stioyed by Hie
Bdgai Guy lees and 'Henry Keene.
bath cif Wlnhlpeg, were drowned, at
Netlleys Portage on (he Red river,
They were on a hunting trip.
ViohMi e broke out again a( jack1
sonville, Fla , with (he s(ree( csr men
when the Com pan) tried 10 operate its
cars under military protection.
George Maker shot and killed his
wife and father In law,' Thomas Glass,
near liawson. N I). Raker was sr
tested and taken to jail at Steele
Uaaware that a cracker which she
found lying on a shelf was poisoned
for mice, Mrs. PatOf IKdmer. aged
twenty, ate it and died at Kenton. O
Mis l,dia l.oe ke, an opera singer,
was perhaps fatally hurt In an auto
mobile Collision at New York. Dwlght
Kanaa, a chauffeur, was seriously hurt.
The schooner Ogpfpy and lis satire
crSO ot six men were i0st at the en
trance of Murshrlehl, Ore., when the
vessel crashed Into the Jetty In a
Horace W. Clarke, for twenty-two
years prominent iu western railroad
management, died a( Frederick, Mel.,
at (he age or seventy eight, arter a
Richard K. Connell. representative
In congress tor the Twenty first district
or New York, and candidate for pa-
lection, was found dead in his bed at
his home In Poughkeepsb
That the grain yield of the north
west this year would exceed all rec
ords by Su.iMio.otio bushels was the pre
diction of 0, II. Tunell, chief deputy
grain InspoctOr of Minnesota.
R. M. Wagner, M. P. Horan and H.
W Cramer, firemen on (he battleship
Vermont, were so badly scalded when
the header of a boiler blew oul that
they died. Four others were Injured
Three children of Frank Oerrlsb
were burned al Hall Brlte, Saskatche
wan The mother was away from
home, ministering to a sick neighbor
nnd had locked (he children In (he
Navy officials are much pleased
wl(h the rapldlt) with which the new
wireless station at Arlington. Va., Is
responding to tuning up. Already it It
working at higher power than had
!urlng a storm the steamer Cecilia,
which plie-d hi: ween Montreal and Val
leyfleld, sank at Isle Perrot. In lake
St Louis. Sixteen persons were
drowned. Only four passengers were
saved, nil men.
Malov General Robert Maltland
O'Reilly, former surgeon general of
the iiattad states arm. porooaal
phy.iiclan ai d la tl mats friend or Prssl
. 1 -1 1 fJlt veisnd. n''i in WTashlngtoa
of Mfetuif poisoning.
Michael Hai-y. a special pnlloenan
was shot and DctSCtlvS John Kenn. dy
sras stabbed during a strike rioi at
i.itth' Falls, N Y. Kennedy says he
was stabbed by a woman. Nelthet
lotlm is fatally hurt
Wait' r JohttSOO, an aviated- cr Bath
. Y.. has established a m-w American
endurance record at Blmlra, flying
with one jiasse-nger. hj remaining In
the air thrOS hours fifty-one Minute
and twenty one SCCOUdS
Joseph f, Me Kenaa, a deoartor from
the Uailod Slat' s aYmy, found guilty
01 Strangling to d ath six-year old
Sigi id Brhatron at New York, was
si Btoacod to die in the electric chair
during the wee-k cif Dec. 9.
Cable advices from Tokyo announce
the death ot Mrs. Carrie Vaughn Se oft
wife 01 Rev I II Siott. Haptist mis
Slonary in flraha. lapan Mrs Scott
wis well known as a church work- r In
Michigan, Illinois anil b.wa
Albcrl .1 Patterson and Mr Bflrau
I, am rger were found guilty of (he
Murder of Passes Hamtierger. . - A im
an's twsaty-thres yearuld son who
whs stabbed te death bv Patter, on a;
the Ramherxi 1 hom :n Haliimo:.- last
The arbitration committee which
hns bean considering the demands for
increis.-! pay of locomotive engineers
of thJ "asteri: territoi) me In New
York Mi l adjourned, sine die with the
announcement that it report is com
III (1 s' of aeroplanes ?o;- war ser
vice, conducted by the war depart
ueui at Fo.t Riley. Kan. Lieutenant
A'nold, a viator, with Uautonaal Biad
ly, w're upefg tor. M4U many tr.es
ages ftom an aeroplane to a tle.d
t-tation live miles away.
Thirty (w states have notilied Sec
returv Knox 01 tlieir ratification of the
pioposcd income- tax amendment to
the federal constitution and four have
notified the state- department of their
rejec tion To become effective thirty
six states must ratify.
Broken bv (him six hours' silent
treat Uieiit. t!.e humane but effective
third degree el- Iseel lily t'aptniu Mai
Naothaar of the Chicago police
."hai.es N K. auii r COafSSUWd the.t he
klld S. i: h a Smgijf. . the. Baltlinor
iieit' ss f" in I miitdJred.tii Chicjlgd- f
BURTON & WESTOVER
Attorneys at Law
Office Firs( National Hank Bldg.
Phone 180. ALLIANCE, NEB.
H. M. BULLOCK.
Attorney at Law,
F. M. BROOME
linKexperlencnaiiReceirer t" s. fsndOtBeS
s suarsntee for prompt and efflrlent Mr to
Office hi Opera Houae Black
L a wyer an d Lan d Attorney
Practitioner In civil courts since IMS
Keslster I' S. Land Office from 1 90S to taST
Information by mall a specialty.
orsroa in land nrrtcs suii.dimo
ALLIANCE - M ItH ASK A
DR. H. H. BELLWOOD.
Surgeon C. B. A Q. By.
Office Over Holstea's Drag Star
Day Phone 87
Night Phone 86
Ken. Phone 30
E. J. PETEBflgn
Hem. Phone SJ
Drs. Coppernoll & Petersen
Rooms 7, 8 snd 9, Kumer Block
GEO. J. HAND,
PHYSICIAN AND SlROBOa
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
DR. C. H. CHURCHILL
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'ROEON
(Successor to Dr. J. E. Moore)
OFFICE IN FLETCHER BLOCK
Office hours U-12 a.m. 2-4 p.m. T:s0-s p. ss,
Office Phone 6a Res. Phone, Bt
H. A. COPSEY
Physician end Surgeon
office Phone 300
Men. Phone 343
Cailw answered promptly day and night
oflllce. Offices: Alliance Nattcaal
Bnlldlngorer the Pott Office.
J. P. HAZARD
Surveyor and Engineer,
Parties out of town slum Id write, as 1 ss
out ranch of the time. Charge will not SB
ceeei $3.00 unci expenses per day.
Dr. Oliver lAcEuen
Physician and Surgeoa
SPECIALTIES: Diseases of Women sad
Children and Geoito Urinary Organs
All caNs aasaarsi srsastly sty ar statt
HARRY P. COURSE!
Farm Sales a Specialty
Phono 64 ALLIANCE. NEBR
Ot. 1. K. TYLER
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
3-eo. G-- G-a,d.s"b3T
The Portrait Habit
Habit is accuired.
Some will 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 4 th Strut
L M. Scott, Auctioneer
'-' Lakeside, Nebraska
Will c ry your amlea anywhere.
Bets uw eu leave dates at the