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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1921.
Cops Busy Warning Motorists Concerning New Auto Lens Law The Hox Putt rounty poiiv author ities nr.d the Alliance city officer ar rot a h.irl-hoiirte1 som people jrive them credit for bc'ng. The new late auto lens law went into effect last Thursday, whertby any automn Hle driver suMects himself to arrest un a pood Ftiff fine unle.es his auto mobile wears a set of lejral lenses. The auto dealers and hardware men car ried on a campaign of advertising, hut there were just wads of folks who ailed to heed the warning. The police authorities started on the .lob alonpr about noon Thursday, and since then have put in every spare ninute talking nice to motorists. One police officer estimated that he chat ted with at least fifty law violators the firrt day the new Jaw was in effect, and about the fame numler every day since. So far, no arrests have been a medical society patherinjr. They were in a hurry ami pave as their ex cuse, that there was a bijr feed in con nection with the meeting. II. O. I'.edient has been cutting his wheat and oats. He has a nice crop this year and expects an excellent yield. Mrs." Ivan Snow was in Springfield between trains one day. John I j. Kay of Crawford came in on the local Saturday with a new herd bull, Col. Mi.hief, that for three years has headed the pood herd of Ed Helsky. of Elihi, Neb. Col. Mischief is three nuarters brother of lood Mis chief ciitht thousand dollar bull owned by Clyde Buffinfrton of Crawford; Neb. also a half brother of Sam Sui nbanks herd bull. Two years aro Mr. Belsky declined a J'ii.OOO offer for Col. Mis chief. Monday John Kay nhipped his herd hull, Manley Mischief to Mr, Belsky, to breed to the Col. Mischief cows. Kay and on will breed Stanley Mischief cows to Col. Mischief. lhi. should be a profitable exchange for both parties. This line of breed is fol lowed by Manuel Bros, and is produc injr aome of the highest priced here ball ?ame In Crawford Wednesday. Wanda (irejrp has been visiting at th Milne home for a few days, near Crawford. RANDOM SHOTS Maybe these "cut price" printers figure like the merchant who bought an article for $12.25 and sold it lor $0.7o. "How can you make a living that way?" he was asked. "Well" was the reply, "I may lose on the do!- made, the police des.nng. apparently, tortU )ivinK t0)lay John Would not to give every man the fullest oppor- state the valu8 of hii, buJ, a8 he wa9 tun.ty to comply with the law Out camI on Linton ranch Mven waff ionA gtn ua 4 Km a kIha " ' f- - i V .Z J " years ago and has never been off of it time, and some of these days the cops untU todny HowevCr, Mr. Belsky was c.,F0,n?u!VJ,ult ,warn,"K. an'lrh , willing to trade even and also pay hauling the offenders into court. Iyviiiiiik iu nun; trvcu mm aiu f'uy freight both wayvso Belsky put his I ! a a. - y I . t . . : ' an' V,own price on the bull i "n pi"e . en,rcemeni. , a Neu, who hM at the i n".v. T f V I i i ine E. T. Gregg home for some time re fcrtiSVi.. i " f0!1'" 'Z1 ,?"le3;. turned home to go with her father to .jT i7i, ii .V.ji,-Vk-X. T "t for the hay men on the II. G the light will strike the ground not to yurman ranch. exceed two hundred feet in front of the car. This treatment will complete ly eliminate the glare that has thrown the fear into the hearts of so many motorists. MARSLAND Mr. Wehr and family of Ellsworth Arrived this week and moved to Jim Tollman's ranch on the Coil place, hcre he will work for the coining year. The Rev. O. O. Smith of Fremont arrived Sunday and spoke to a large anndience at the church in the morn ing. He gave an extraordinary good talk on "The Suppression and Control of Crime." Monday night a long hoped for rain fell here. Everyone was glad to get it as it will be the making of the po tato crop and a benefit to the corn crop. Dill Walker who will handle the hay crop for Fred Davidson on the "3" ranch was in Crawford trying to se cure harvest and hay hands. Bill is ene of the famous cattle treed rs and hog raisers of the west. Mrs. Harry Townley and daughter, Lawana, drove to Crawford with Mrs. Townley's brother, Wilt Gregg to take in the barbecue. Mrs. Leslie Finney has been in Crawford for several days receiving medical treatment from Dr. Ivins. Marion Finney has been seriously troubled with her eyes the past week m made two trips to Crawford for Medical treatment and it is feared she nay have to go to Omaha for treat nent. Georga Young, marshal and lumber sird proprietor was away on business icveral days this week. Mrs. Lucy Haitman drove to Craw ford to attend the ball games and barbecue. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Biuick were Crawford visitors for the ball games and barbecue Wednesday. Walter Mann and family drove to Crawford in the truck Wednesday to attend the barbecue. Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Sullenbeiger accompanied them. All report a good entertainment and a fine time. Dr. K. I Ivins rcoppanied bv "Chi" Meyers of Crawford passed through here in his car one day this 'cek, en route to ScotLbuff to attend George Fleming, who has been em ployed on the Jim Tollman ranch, left for Seneca to visit with his mothei until potato digging time. Mr. Staley came in from the ranch Saturday for supplies. He reported crops as very satisfactory this year on his place. , Floyd Bennett spent Sunday at home. He Is assisting in the construc tion of buildings on the Osborne farm near Hemingford Paul Bennett cam In from the Fur man ranch Sunday for a visit at home. Mrs. Henry Hollenrake came In from the M. Tollman ranch this week where she has been for some time cooking for the hay crew. Robert Pierson of Shenandoah, la., arrived for a visit on his extensive ranch interests here. He is also as sisting in putting up Tollman's hay as they are short of help. Joe Duhon of Box Butte county was in town Saturday. Miss Etta Enyeart was a Crawford visitor Saturday night. Earl Hilliker of Hemingford was in town Sunday on business. Mrs. Mae Phillipps and twins, Don ald and Dorothy, came down Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Phillipps' mother, Mrs. Belle Enyeart. She expects to return to her home soon in San Diego, Calif. Elmer Crane was In Crawford Sat urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gatterson have lieen visiting the past week at the E. T. Gregg home. Mr. and Mrs. Gatter son just returned from a trip through the National park. Every one who went from here to Crawford Wednesday to attend the ball games and barbecue report an excellent time. The ball game between Crawford and Chadron was 7 to 0, in favor of Crawford. Whitney and Fort Robinson was 14 to 4 in favor of the Fort boys. All played a good game and some excellent work was shown. The baibecue supper was excellent, the meat andmuyigan just right. The park was crowded all evening as well as the dance floor. The Legion boys are to be congratiulated on their ef forts for the day. Leslie Finney was in Crawford Wed nesday. Burt Furman was a spectator at the Mrs. Martha Milne and little daugh ter, Martha May, was in Marsland this week. Earl Enyeait was an Alliance visit or Wednesday. A. H. McLaughlin was in from the lar"' but I gain on the cent? ranch this week. Art Bennett was in Alliance be tween trains Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Enyeart and daughter, Bernice, were in Crawford attending1 the barbebue Wednesday. Mos(,u toes weren't down on the pro gram for the Nebraska Citv thautau iui, but they came anyhow, so Sweet discovered. ttttfttftft 1 I Opportunity Knocks at Every Man's Door Hp HE Opportunity to Save does not A come once in a life time. It knocks at your door every day. The question is, Are you heeding it? Better do it now while you are still in your active years for there will come a time when age, infirmness, financial troubles or sickness will drown out the sound of Opportun ity's knock. Don't wait until then. Get busy to day. Come in and get acquainted with us. Let us explain to you how, in a comparatively shoit time, you can place yourself in the realm of Financial Independence. Our advice is free and you are assured of cour teous treatment. ' First National Bank i mHF A 1 hl ornntf we hud occasion to call - i'...ri wn a Four, Rev. A. J. Kearns, Presbyterian ' wh-. vv.n 1", ,."v I"R minister from Alliance, will preach at wondered idly, while waVne for the our church Sunday Pfternoon, August minister to come to the phon?. how he . Ue are promised serv.ces by an. couM k th that pa seth aH other minister for Sunday evcnm.r. , understanding in his heart Then ' Ladies' Aid will meet at the chrrn discovered that central had given us Wednesday afternoon at 2:30, August the wrong number. Mrs. Patterson, mother of Mrs. Paw- After you've hired hnlf ,t, leigh. attended Sunday School at the pwhh--- S1 -do?e.n church Sunday morning. She is visit-, city in the construction nf n Jm ." " ing with her daughter. . 'and have Daid all of thm f. ii . lnHt..a of Cf TstKm l- 17' . .. V- V" J."u y una a lei- pects to be gone two or three weeks. Tho?e who attended Sundav School Convention at Hemingford from Berea were: Mrs. Harris and daughters, Elsie and Zeltha, Mrs. Barrett and dauvh- At that, you can't really b!ame the preacher. lie's already licensed to be a fisher of men. j They tell us that on one historic occasion, four preachers went on a fi.h ng trip, and three of them didn't have a license. Wasn't it a shame the game warden didn't come along that day? Judge Tash would have had the opportunity of his life to get even. Deprived of the toddy, they intro duce ine toddle. Youth will be served! Herald Want Ads are read. Rheumatism Relief -25c. fUttifV m4y (N TabUta), Aw Halping Thousand Wha Triad Ca pansiv Thine a Without Naavlt. It's Cuaranlaod. ; low who really does find whnfa the matter, and he only nicks you one buck on, boy, ain't it a grand and glorious feeling! Ash r.rnvo ttmn...l T- i n a- n tieJ..F:V'- ,Miss IuaUraUrCaImer;,. Mr3-!bu.t w:fh a score like that we 'refuse to' Lauer and daughter Wilma. We are so well pleased to learn that the next convention will be held at our Berea church. Let all plan and prepare for the coming event. Mrs. Will Hawkins and daueh'er. Irene, were callers at Alliance Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Will Mundt visited with Mr. and Mrs. Harve Cass Sund iy. Surely, after all the crime waves of the year, it id time for a wave of de-1 cency What is Tom Edison trying to d develop a species of two-legged ency clopedias? " . There are still too many men mak ing ft living by inventing things to stop living. call it baseball. That is onlv n Uu rally, or a re!ay race,' Every time we get nerved up to swim, it rains. Tonight's attraction at the Imperial I "1Hfr Hu; b"nJ's Friend," starring r.n.u nenneii. ine story was written by Marjorie Benton Cooke. Miss Ben nett has the role of Judith Westovcr, and the plot contains a delightful mix ture of a carousing husband, a divorce, hubby's chum, alimony, love and mix ups. It all turns out well, of coarse, but there is some tangle to straighten out A married man of several years' standing assures us that we have made a sad error so soon In our matrimonial career. "I never carry any kind of packages," he said. At the time he ad monished us, we were loaded down with three. Jack London's stirring story of the sea, "The Mutiny of the KUinore," ia the Wednesday feature. Mitchell Lewis pays John Pike, the mate who battles with the mutineers when they try to take over the ship; Helen Fer guson is seen as Margaret West, the daughter of the ship's owner; Oson Ferguson as Dick Somers, the ex-( travagant son of the skipper, and Wil- 1 liam V. Mong as "The Bat." , "The White Dove" is scheduled for Thursday. The story is taken from! the .powerful novel bv William J. I Locke. The story told is that of a doc tor who does not learn until after the j death of hi3 wife that she was un faithful to him. Stunned by this dis covery, and doubting the love of an other woman of whom he has since become fond, and the very identity of his own daughter, he leaves. In Lon- Hnn am viIoi-as! m.t tk. Another married man assures us ehnntars iiian; ,uj , u that Most of em will listen to rea- theme which prove? that the doctor's son if you choke em a little." mother sinned even as did his wife. Why Is it that none of these exne- . rienced fellows ever give a friend the uenent oj their experience until it's too late? Thr Br three vital proces ot human existence the digestion oS food, the extraction of nourishment from it and the elimination of wart I'oor digetuion and aalmilttor means failure to derive full nourish ment from food and that in turn often means Impoverished blood, weakness, anemia, etc. Foor elimination mean an accumulation of waste matter which potaons the body, lowers vitalitr. decreases the power of resistance it disease and leads to the development of many eerious ills. Kheumatlsm due to aome inters ference with the process of elimina tion, failure to g-et rid of certain bod I oisona cannot be expected to yiel I to any medicine that fails to correct the condition responsible for it. Could any reasonable peraon expect to rid himself of rheumatic pain as long- at rheumatic poison is allowed to remain In the body? Think of this. It explains the Boc cese of Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets) in so many cases where other medicines have failed. Thousands arts using- NR-Tablets every day and getting- relief. Why pay five or tem tlmes aa much for uncertain thlnirsr A 25o box of Nature's Remedy INS Tablets), containing- enough to last twenty-five- days must hetp you. must a-lvs you prompt relief and sat isfactory benefit or cost you nothing-. Nature's Remedy is not only for the relief of rheumatism. It Im proves digestion, tones the liver, rwg--ulates kidney and bowel action. Im proves the blood and cleanses th system. You've tried the expensive) medicines and doctors, now make th. real test. You'll get results this timet. Just try It. Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets) is sold, guaranteed ao4 rewnuneaded by your druggist, 'ihiele, irecription Druggist 1 i THE U. S. NOBBY TREAD Where the going is specially heavy with snow, mud or sand, in hilly country where maximum traction on the road is a factor, no other tire tread yet devised is quite so effective, or so wholly approved by motoring opin ion, as the U. S. Nobby Tread. 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