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MEN AND BOYS
BEFORE buying your foot wear, see M. I).
Nichols' stock of New Shoes. Better goods
and lower prices. It wont cost you anything1 to
look at them, Remember the place, at the sign of
the boot, 217 Box Butte avenue.
! H I I 4 J.4M-l'
W 12 or 16 GAUGE
Ill&rllH Repeating Shotg
Made lmou hy its dependability. The solid Icp and side election keep and potrdei away from four eyes.
nnp quu k. rnruivr irjwai miii. rain, sieei, mow ami maur can I gf I I mo lli anion.
The mechanism is strong, simple, wear-misting. The double extractor pull any shell instantly; two special safety
devices prevent accidental diu-harge while action is unlocked, and an automatic recoil block makes hang fires harmless.
All Marlins are strongly marie, finely balanced, accurate, hard hitting guns, and are the quickest and easiest to take
down and clean. Uluitrauon shows Model 24 trade "A" 1 2 gauge ; it has ail the features thai make lot perfect tutu
Sosd three stamps pottage today for oar 136
ptft catalog describing the fall flfarfn lioe.
77e Tffarifi r farms Co.
I Willow Sir, el Now Haven. Conn.
It par to reload your ahelbt Your empty fired shcll are the expensive
part of factory ammunition. Th yre a Mrnm and goo! a new, and ll'a
eay to nloadl Merely h cap and rc-cap Rssfffl. insert powder, crimp shell
on to bullet. Yoti reload 100 .38-4" S. R. cartridgis (buying builds) in
hour at total rttfkPtlM TTe.: casting hutliK yourself ISC. I netf factory
cartridgt s cot SsLAS. Free Ideal Hand Book tells all nliont ri-lnarling all
rifle, pistol anl ajsotsrun ammunition: IfiO paces of valuable information;
free for .1 stamps postage. The Marlin Firearms Co., 42 Willow St., New Haven, Conn.
ESTABLISH A RANCH ON PUBLIC LAND
HIGH PRIC S OF CATTLE INSUR S THIS
TO BE a GOOD BUSINESS FOR MANY YEARS
It is nut Kt'ti' rally kno.Wi. but it is n fact, that one person
now take ui MO aires of govern tneii I land in Wyoming as fol I j . . :
FirBt, file a Desert lain'; entry on 160 actvs where you MM
the drainage from loot) acres, in a tortei of small storage rM6n
BUffiiien ! Irrigate as ntui li as 81 acres of the entry aiul at I .r-i
ucres on any 40 of the IfO, For this ItiO yon pay the fto. 'i -:rn":r
cents Hit a ere at the time ol filitiK and $1.00 an a it when proof
Second, file ou oJO as a homeBteatl no chnrjte for the land but
tryman must reside upon I ho homestead seven months each Jfeut
three years and raise a :, on 20 acres the sect year ami have
acre in crop the third y ar.
Third , buy Hit) aer s from the govt n. aunt at IJ.M Pt aciv
160 must join the homestead.
There are hundreds of sui h locations now open to entry, if
want one of these ranches write me today for map and particulars.
D. Clem Oeaver, Immigration Agent
1004 Fiirnuin Street, Omaha, LVebraska
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
Events of Interest from the Seat of
BY CLYDE H. TAVENNER
Con gressman- Elect
Special Washington Correspondent to
VJSITING IN NANCE COUNTY
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Maition passed
through Alliance tn 4 4 Monday on
their way to Kullerton, where they
went for a vlnit alt the home of !
(their daughter, Mrs. John Mahoney.
They expected to be gone about
ten days. Mrs. Mahoney has many
friends in Box Butte county, bavins
resided here at the time of her mar
riage. OMAHA MANUFACTURING
HOUSE PRODUCTS LOSE
Omaha, Jan. II, Manufacturing in
Omaha showed a loss from the vol
ume of business of the preceding
year. The decrease, hovevtr, whs
confined entirely to the packing
house products. lttu.OlHl less head of
cattle were received in Omaha in
1011, which naturally meant a loss Ut
the output. Outside of the packing
houses, Omaha's manufacturing busi
ness showed a gain of .1.600.000.
The total volume of manufacturing
business in Omaha in 1912 amounted
to $IN7,6.:.466. of which $104W.784
was packing" house products. The
manufactured items- amounted to
$Si',S6.;,682, exclusive of the packiii",
producti,, which gives Omaha I
i. ie;iter per capita than any city witit
a like population in the (Tatted
The principal gain in manufactur
ing was shown in alfalfa feed. Th's
product jumped over $100,000 in ou:
lut, the value of fettl sold in .e
braska ami surrounding territory
amounting to $2,180,.1T.
S, i Me
CRYSTAL CLOSES ON SUNDAY
Vaudeville Will Be Discontinued
Empress and It Will Open
Sunday for Pictures
A change was made last wet k n
the pro'.rams furnished at the Cr..
ftal and Kmpress picture shows,
which are under he name manage
tut nt in Alliance. Vaudeville has
been discontinued at the Kmpress
anil two acts will be given at the
Crystal. Admittance at the Crystal
has been raised to twenty-five cent.
for adults. Admittance a' the Km
press has been placet! at 10 cent.
i M GET WISE ADVERTISE $
Washington, Jan. Ifi. President
Tnft in his New York "reotMantzA
tion" speech, declared in fine start-asm
that those dissatisfied with
his Administration demanded "an
ideal state in which the poor atid op
pressed are to ar-quire property and
er use suffering."
This and similar slat mienies of the
president Indicate why hirs adminis
tration was unpopular. He was prej
udiced against any kind of reform.
His la the same view that is held
b)t Morgan and llocki feller and the
other money kings who have made
their millions as a result of federal
laws which gave them monopolies of
American markets with power to
charge the people for trust protlus is
any price that their greed dictated.
Morgan and Rockefeller also be
lieve that nil who are not satisfied
with the old conditions the bribery
of United States senatcra hy the oil
trust, the failure to send guilty trust
magnates to jail as the poor tire
sent to jail when they violate the
law, the infamous Payne-Aldrlch tar
iff laws which permit the Wg indus
trial combinations to be ever boosst
ing prices nnd increasing the coat
of living -Morgan and Rockefeller
and Taft believe that all who com
plain of these things cpct and de
mand "an ideal stale in which the
poor and oppressed are to acquire
property and cease suffering."
This is not true. It is ridiculous
to assert that because the people
demand tariff revision to reduce the
cost of living that they expect or de
mand "an ideal state'
In asking for an income tax which
will compel the rich to bear a fair
proportion of the burden of taxation,
which they are not now doing:
In requesting the election of Unit
ed States senators by the direet
vote of the people, to prevent their
( lection by bribery:
in demanding enl'orcement of the
criminal provision of the Sherman
anti trust law, which is not now be
ing enforced by an attorney general
who was formerly a sugar trust law-1
In desiring legislation, ttafe-guard-ing
legitimate buslnt ss front the:
public evils of stock-gambling:
In exptcting effective regulation of;
child labor, an employer's liability j
law and protection cf women wage
earners: In demanding and expicting these
things the public is not, as I'rc.-ident
Taft says, and as Morgan and Rock
efeller pretend to believe, either de
manding or expe;llng "an ideal state
in which the poor and cipre. itd ai
to acquire property."
The people are simply asking for
a square deal at the hands of these
"publk- servants" they have sent to
Washington to represent them.
Filipinos Desire Freedom
.Manuel L Quezon, resident com
missioner of the Philippine Islands
the United States, who has Just
re aimed to Washington from Mat il i,
-ays i utt evtry town in the archipel
;:;(. i.as endorse. 1 the Jones hill,
which he hopes will be passed at
(lie extra session of congress.
Tl " bill purposes to establish a
pi iiT'llnill government, more libera!
mil rutonoinous than at present, for
a ,11')') "tionary period of eigl:' yeain
lj.-ii.ii tf July 4, ItlS, and that al
luly 4. 1921. the Unrcd States
Site) I iclinquieh all i i-ih's of lover
u'HMy over the Phliip'tmo: ami
ran to Its inhabitants full un.i eoni
plete Independence. The United
Staler would re-tain sovereignty ov
er necessary naval and coaling sta
tion ! s and terminal )oiuts for
ables, not including the bay and bar
bor of Manila.
The Jones bill would vest the leg-
si: ive power cf the Philippine la
lan !a a congress of the Philip
pi . a senate comprising thirty-
tlgta cu mbers and a house of eighty
seven members, both branches to be
. live. The executive power i
woultl be vested during the prtib.i
ionary period in a president, ap
pointive for ftmr years by the pres
Ment of the United States, and af
r July 4, 1021, to be eleotlve hy
s ise Filipinos.
A series of n.'val me-e ' iic-s are
being held a tin United Preabyter
ItM church. They commenced Mon
;a night and will continue two
vteks A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all to attend. The meet
ings are being conducted by Rev Al
bert Cordon of Lincoln, who was pas
tor ttf the Allian-e U. P. church
about twenty years ago. Old timers
will remember him well, as he was
the only pastor in Alliance at that
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
Are You Afflicted With Piles?
Thla dlaease, whether acute or
chronic. Is easily ntnl rapidly over
come by using Merit ol Pile Remedy,
(lives positive and permanent relief
when all others fall, and we hearti
ly reeommend li tn anv sufferer.
I J. nRKNNAN
Adv ertlsemeut Jan 2-30
POST OFFICE DISCONTINUED
On by tne the post of rices In Box
Butte county that have been patron
izes! but little have been dis.'orriln
Hatii The Hashnutn postofflce Is to
be discontinued January 11, This will
le.'ve hut three post offices In Box
Butte county, ami if Jim Watson
take's a notion to hunt musk rats In
Sheridan county during he ir -U rat I
":son nnd takes the Marple post
office with him, there will be but
two left. Alliance ami ilcmlngfnrtl.
i Best Luncheonettes
s ot and Cold Drinks
0 CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express through the
columns of this paper our hearty and
slmere thanks to the many friends
in Alliance who rallied to our altl in
extending htarty welcome to their
hornet and for the very hospitable
manner of entertainment M corded
ua: also for the many valued dona
tions, which we esteem very highly
and will always remember with
J. 8. CO HP
MRS. MAOOtB CORP
T. A. CROSS
M US. AN S IS CROSS
; t water easy from Ieep W ells
with the "Wilson Pump Counterbal
ance." Kour foot windmill sufficieni
with this device. Saves $n to $20
e'ost of windmill, wear and Jerk
Price $5. Satisfaction guaranteed
lit I'erence: Farmers AL- Traders Bank
of Waco. Order of Wilson Counter
balance Co., Waco, Nebr.
nil a" I !. .......
Both in Use
And it does better
work. Simply follow
your customary method
of preparation add a
littts less of Calumet
than when using ordi
nary baking powder.
Then watch the result.
Light, fluffy, and even
ly raised the baking
comes from the oven
more tempting, tastier,
Calumet msurts the baking of an
expert. Ask your grocer to-day
You don 'I wot money u Am vu buy
iAcup or big-can hairing pou Jti. Don't
be mi Jed Buy Calumet. It't more
emnomkol - marc uhoiejomt give
belt rttullt. CaiWwf u Jar ttipeHe to
our milk toda.
Served by an
BURTON & WESTOVER
Attorneys at Law
Office Firsi National Bank Bldg.
Phone t8o. ALLIANCE. NBB,
H. M. BULLOCK.
Attorney at Law,
Al l.lANt l NEB,
F. M. BROOME
l.nrittexperlpnfaaM Keoctver U.S. I.HndOol
a guaritnton for prompt und t-ftli ii-nt sarrles
Office in Opera House Block
BRUCE W ILCOX
L awyer and Land Attorney
Priwtltlitoftr In i-lvii courts since 1MB OAS'
Kf k'Nt-r V. B. Land OSIi-p from 1H0S to UOT
Information by mall a spclalty.
omos in i.akd orrics buildiko
DR. H. H. BELLWOOD,
Surgeon C. B. A Q. Ry.
Office Over Moisten' Drug Stere
Day Phone 87
Night Phone 86
"I Am Well"
writes Mrs. L. R. Barker,
of Bud, Ky., "and can do
all my housework. For
years I suffered with such
pains, I could scarcely
I stand on my feet After
three different doctors had
failed to help me, 1 gave
Card u i a trial. Now, I feel
like a new woman."
OKIE ( nlM'KKNOLL
it' s, rhonp -jo
r. J. I'l TERMS
Drs. Coppernoll & Petersen
Rooms 7. 8 and 9, Rnmer Block
The Woman's Tonic
A woman's health de
pends so much upon her
delicate organs, that the
least trouble there affects
her whole system. It is
the little things that count,
in a woman's life and
health. If you suffer from
any of the aches and
pains, due to womanly
weakness, take Cardui at
once, and avoid more seri
ous troubles. We urge
you to try it Begin today.
COVMITTEES DRAFT BILL
FOR STATE PUBLICITY
'i.iialiH, Jun. 15. A bill to prov..'o
ways and means for ad crtljlns; th
t !! lias bi 1 !i drafted by commit -t
a ;iolii ! by .lit- State Kditor
hil AMM liit It 11 and In; Stuto Asso
c int xn of Comiiu : ial Clubs. Tlx
taial Is baMtl on the state d: y.op
mi nt and proi itits for a . m-aska
I H loj jii 1 1) 1 and I'ubli W'slfan
(?omiuissiun to coim!: l n in . mi-m-berw,
five by virtue cf their posit lims
the g . vernor, the ehfltBCVlU r Of tln
univei sity, the chairman of the In
dustrial COBUK ! .tee cf the Hoard of
RtKents, the dlreetor of ilik Con
servation SjII Surevy, und the seenv
tury cf the S ate Hoard of Agriiul
ture. Theue men are emjjvered
to appoint four oUier members at
taainpjC for terms of one year and to
secure such office help an is neces
fatry. and to appoint such sub-cotn-mittet
as is needed.
Section Three tjays, "The purpeje
cf said commissiun is to aid in the
lev lopment ff the state and to se
cure for the citizen the hiRtieat
tcoiinmic und bocIu! welfare and to
Kive publicity to the advantages of
Ht0 resources cf the mate; to aid in
the develo.meiit of the Industries of
the stale; and to aid in the ov:-u-pancy
and development ol the unoc
The dul ics oi the eouuuissiuii shall
be to ascertain the facts regarding
the stale; to make plans based on
cciiclusioiis from thse facts, to pub
lish and make public ihrsc facts; and
through the power of publicity to
promote the development and re
sources, of the state for the purpose
cf aiding and bt tiering the coudi
tioiwt of its citizens.
Ktfty thousand dollars biennially U
asked from the funds of the, mate
for the commission
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OEO. J. HAND.
PHYSICIAN A If D SI H O BUS
Bye, Ear, Nose and Throat
H. A. COPSEY
Physician and Surgeon
office Phone SAO
Rea. Phone 349
i nils answered promptlir day and night frois
oBllrc. Offices -.All iHDfe National Bsvak
tlnlldlng over the Post Office.
J. P. HAZARD
Surveyor and Engineer,
Parties out of town Hhonld write, u 1 II
nut much nf t lie lime, t harse will not I
ceeri tb.W and expenses per day.
Dr. Oliver McEuen
Physician and Surgeon
PEGIALTIE5: Diseases of Women and
Children and Geoito L'rioary OtkssW
Ml calls inswersd promptly it, or iuH
HARRY P. CODRSeT
Live Stock ami
Farm Sales a Specialty
Phone 64 ALLIANCE. NEBR
Il. 1). I TYI . l
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
3-ec O-. O Gid.s"b3r
dl 1 Day 408
Phone i . u 7y
Dr. JAS. P. HAXFIELD
OVER BRENNAN'8 DRUG STORE
All Electrical Equipment
Evenings by Appointment
PHONE S25 RED
Let the Gold Dust Twins
Shine Your Shoes
Palace Shining Parlor, 206 Box Birttt
6. J. CUM IS, Prop.
A. J. KENNEDY
Othce in Alliance National Bank Blk
i.. i M I SSSs .j.
L. M. Scott, Auctioneer
Will cry your .sale- anywhere.
ODee me or leave dates at the
1 ... J
Old paper at The Herald oftlo) mt
6 ( eiits uer bunch.
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