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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1921.
MARSLAND Mis Ernestine McLaughlin was an incoming passenger Monday. John Gromett of Crawford was n Maryland visitor on comjmny business. A daughter of Joe Blarkmer arriv ed from Lincoln Thursday and was net by lYte Nelson who took her out to the lunch. Joe Kendiick is working nt Wm. Mnrnvaa duiinir the potato season. Hob Nccre was in from the ranch Thursday. He says they are about Lalf done putting up one of the best bay crops on the O. U. ranch. Mrs. Jess John-on and children of Alliance arrived here Wednesday and settled in Ernestine McLaui?hln house. Mr. John.-on is ut present in Kllsworth on business and will join them here I. iter. Mr. Darker of Sioux county was a Heminffford visitor this week. We understand that our Man-land banker, Hurt Furman, will purchase v. threshing machine. This will be a i m-'nrF for the community as one has been needed here for several Harvesting is rapidly coming to a close in the Marsland territory. On a whole the wheat crop is of the best and the oats speaks for itself. The leccnt rain made everything look fifty per cent better. Claud Fleming and Charles McFer lin were Alliance visitors Wednesday. 'Ihey drove over in Fleming's Ford but leport mads between Lawn church j nd Mainland in need of Rood road work. Former Senator George Fdams of Crawford passed through here this ohe will partially lose one eye fhe week en route to his home thert. will come out with her right eye safe. He had been on a visit in the eastern We feel very porry for Marion, but part of the state and reports crops as hope she gets along nicely now. "3 5T 3 5-SL 3 3 K-sa 9 XI S3 o 3 C n H in H 'A CZ ! O tfl 3 re y p j; d tj i rt " - - -J g rry 2- c p v -i -s -! ' n w o "2.2 c o O O 3 O a OX o o ! o tr o r-f o CTQ 1-1 p t3 o o 5' 3 o' . o W 3 3 A v. 3 CO -2 ST1 3 3 neing extra good as well as here. Lvnn Snow went to Alliance Wed nesday. Frank Honeyman was an Alliance visitor Wednesday. Karl Fnyeart accompanied by his brother, Koss of Gciard, were Alliance visitors Monday. Julius Holtz prominent Whistle creek rancher wa.s a Ilemingford visitor Saturday. Mrs. IJlackmrr arrived this week for a visit with her son-in-law, Tete Nel son. Kddie Neece was in Hemingford Saturday for machine repairs. Hobart McLaughlin was in town several times this week collecting hay ing supplies and machine repairs so that they could start haying on the ranch. John Wehr of near Ellsworth arriv ed with his household goods which he will move to tiie north table on J. M. Tollman's ranch. J. M. To'lman and Robert Tierson of Shenandoah, la., v. ere in Crawford one day lust week. Floyd and Art Bennett attended the Klempke dance near Lawn church Saturday night. Eddie Neece of Running Water 'hipped a car load of three-year-old sleers from Alliance Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Gregg accom panied by their guests of South Ber wick. Maine, drove to the celebrated Agate fossil beds Sunday. A delight ful time was hud and their irip very much enjoyed by all. Clyde IVole who has made an ex tended visit with friend? and relatives left for his homo Monday. Mrs. J. C. Rennett who has been pending some time with her daught.er, Mrs. Milton Patrick, at Ansley, return ed Sunday. She was accompanied by her little daughter and granddaughter, Arline, who will visit here for some time. Mrs. Mae Thillips and children re-r turned to Hemingford after a visit with friends and relatives here. Sam Nubro and daughter, Lydia, were in town for supplies for haying on the H. G. Furman, jr., ranch. Perry Tollman who has been attend ing the Chadon Normal returned Sat urday. Perry finished with honors, qualified for his certificate and will teach the Charles Evans school for the coming term. Ruth and Rachael Furman returned have after a summer at Chadron Normal. They were in Marsland Mon day and seemed to be glad to be at home once more. Mrs. Lou Honirigshausen, jr., was trading in town Tuesday. Miss Marion Finney went to Omaha Tuesday night to have her rye which is in a' serious condition attended to. Mrs. Wm. Finney accompanied her. Mrs. Leslie Finney at last reports wa.i seriously ill. Leslie received a nie-saire to come to Crawford ut once, where she is under medical treatment. We are hoping for the best results. Fred Tavlor of Chadron was in ! Marsland Monday w ith the potato in- spector, inspec ting the crops for cer tification. I Rev. F. R. Williams and wife drove j through here Friday on their way to j the league convention in Crawford. A ! large crowd of young folks accompan ied them. j Don't forget to bring the family and come to the pirnie at Fred Tollman's i Monday the lijth. The numerous potato I fields will be inspected. An excellent speaker has been obtained for the aft ernoon. Bring yourself and dinner. The crowd will be in Marsland at 10 i a. m. sharp, so be ready. ! Mrs. Rurt Furman was a Crawford j visitor Sunday. Leslie Finney spent Sunday in Craw ford, visiting with his w ife. The last report concerning Mai ion Finnev is from Omaha and although mtMtttttttmtMm hiihuihh t.n ..,,......, wMtHlltimt,n,MIlMIHll 4 A Gift Worth While Homes are not founded on Love alone. Neither can one thrive on it. It takes the good old dollar to start a home and more than mere living expenses to keep it going. So what could be more prized and cherished by newlyweds than a Savings Account. Lay the foundation for an Account in their name by de positing a sum of money with us today and then pre sent the young couple with the pass look as a Wedding Gift. We will help keep the account going with 5 interest added quarterly. The First National Bank 1 Mr.. J. C. Bennett, and daughter, Mrs. Patrick, and granddaughter, Arline, were driven to Girard by Art and Floyd Bennett last Saturday to visit Mrs. Alice Crone. Burt Furman and Dayton Sullen berger drove to Crawford Thursday on business, returning the same evening. Claude Fleming made a trip to Missouri this week on business, re turning Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crane were down visiting relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ernyeart of Gir ard were visiting relatives in Mars land Sunday. The hay crew on the H. G. Furman ranch have moved to the Roll place east of town and are engaged in put ting up the hay crop there. Henry Holinrake and son, Kenneth, left for the James Hunter ranch, where they will assist in harvesting the hay crop thert. Mr. Gaskins, salesman for the Crawford Mercantile Co., passed through here Friday en route to Alli ance. He delivered a Reo roadster for a friend of his. V. S. Andrews, our local house mover, has secured a contract for moving the school hou.e rear Glenn. He expects to leave for there this week. Fay Finney who has been .working with Mr. 1m on the Hnw'ey ranch near New Castle returned home this week. N. G. Toole r.nd family were in from the ranch Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Poole's parents, Mrs. nnd Mrs. L. Snow. .1. M. Tollman and A'e Smith were shipping cattle to Omaha S"t'",,ny The cattle were in exccllert condition nnd also show the results of ,ood breeding. Frank Hashman of near APiance passed through here Satuiday with a party of eastern friends, enrouto to Crawford, where they expect to camp for a few days. Mrs. Ned Crigler and ton, former residents of this country, are visiting at the home of A. H. McLaughlin. Dick Furman and famHv were Chad ron visitors last week. They were ac companied home by Ruth and Rachel Furman. Professor Howard, assistant hoiti culturist, made the in'tial inspection of the several potato patches on which certification work is being doe. The fields of Edgar Nation, J. M. Tollmar and Pajton Siillrnbcrger all passed this inspection. These three gentle men are the onlv potato growers in the vicinity of Marsland who am at tempting to certify their potatoes this year. H. C. Bayne and fanii'y r.nd Smith Tus.ell and' niece, Mrs. Tro'nidge, spent Sunday picrdc'ng on Pine Ridge. Thomas liunsrker who sustained such painful injures tr his left eye re cently, has recovered sufficiently to again resume his dulio? eairying the mail. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stotdorf are at the home of Leslie Finney during Mrs. h mney s ab-ence. Ed Marshall is working on the A. H. McLaughlin ranch during the hay harvest. John Shimek was down from the ranch on South Table hauling Coal and other suiilies this week. Jack Metlin's of Alliance passed through here Thursday on their way to Crawford where they will spend several davs visiting friends. Mr. Noble, salesman for the Donald company of Grand Island, was here Wednesday. Charlie Michael j of Hemingford was down with the gas truck Wednesdap Lynn Snow and Humphrey Hend rick were Crawford isitors Thursday night, where they went to attend the Masonic lodge. William Walker, prominent Here ford bleeder, was a Crawford visitor Thursday. A. 11. McLaughlin and son, Hobart, accompanied by Mrs. Ned Crigler and ton, were C raw ford visitors Sunday. W. R. Harper and family of Alii ance passen through here Sunday en route to Crawford, where they spent the day. Svlvester Grant was in town Wed nesday having repair work done on his car. big games of the season. Between four and five hundred people were ou to see it. Score 17 to 19 in favor of Bingham. A broncho busting contest was had at the windup. 0. O. Fesenden left for Alliance, where he will work for the Duncar Grocery Co. E. B. Jermerson rf Lakeside went to Alliance Monday on bu-ine-s. W. Se..baughn of Ellsworth attend ed the t ail game Sunday. John Weber of Alliance was a Lake side visitor Monday. The Lakeside Ranch company sh' li ned ten cars of fat cattle to Omaha Monday. Sam Wedcrmeyer, of Omaha, left for his home Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Burley returned from Crawford Monday. Mrs. William Shea was in Lakeside Monday. Hans Peterson, the Lakeside shoe maker, will leave for Rapid City, S. D., this week. We wish him success in his new location. Henry Stoop is herding the mules for the Lakeside Development company. Announcement is made that postal service has been resumed between the United States and Vilna. This is like the Einstein theory in one respect true enough but r.ot important or es sential to the pursuit of happiness. won't hurt a Valsparred Kitchen SCOTTEN & HERSHMAN Alliance Drug Store 214 Box Butte Phone 132 I " I ,! V Miller P ill LAKESIDE The 122-fot derrick it about com pleted, two mile.' west of town. Every thing w ill be comp ctcd i:nd ready to start drilling in aoout thirty days. Dr. Moore of Antioch attended the ball game Sunday. Clyde rosdick and family of Alli ance, were guests at the J. D. Whaley home Sunday. lorn Rattler delivered spuls in Lakeside to Lindsley and Wilson. C. M. Carry and wife were in Lake ide one day this week. Charley re ports a good crop of honey. Barnard Reed of Ellsworth was in Lakeside on business. Dan Thompson of Mitchell returned home by auto, after a few days stay in Lakeside. J. C. Underbill and sons were at Hyannis filling. They report a good catch. Mrs. Frances Kayler left for her home in Wyoming, after visiting with her mother, Jlrs. liunsaker. Ollie Weuer of Alliance drove down to the ball game Sunday. John Dickerson returned from Rapid City, S. D., where he was looking foo a new location. Heber Hord of Central City returned to his home fcunday. Bee Westover went to Alliance to visit with her sister, who is in the hos pital. l. J. Hitt went to Whitman as third trick operator. Charley Rose of Hemingford was in town. Hart Lancaster of Ellsworth was in Lakeside. Ora Phillips was in after supplies ior n;s nay camp near rawlet. George Hvland has taken over the short order house, formerly conducted 1 . - f -.1 ' o jirs. I'eoont. George David went to Mullen to vl--it h: cou-In, from there he will go to his old home at Torrington, Wjo. The ball game between Lakside and G.nyluni at Lakeside was one of the THE UNIVERSAL CAR To the business man, retail or wholesale; to the manufacturer; to the commis sion man; to the trucking company, the Ford Model T One Ton Truck makes an irresistible appeal because it has in its chassis all the merits of the original Ford car; the wonderful Ford Model T Motor, the dependable Vanadium steel chassis, and the manganese bronre worm-drive. A strongly built truck that serves satisfactorily and lasts in service If these statements were not truer the demand for Ford Trucks wouldn't be so constantly on the increase. We will be pleased to take your order for one or more Ford Trucks, will see that you get reasonably prompt delivery, and will give you an after service that insures the constant service of the Truck. But don't wait too long. Get your order in promptly. 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