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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1921.
Funeral Sen ices Held for Former Alliance Youth at Oregon City New renclird Alliance yesterday of the le:ih nt OrcK"n City, Ore, of Arol lsco Shnrp, rovrnteen yearn of ntre who met his leath by hait failure while swimmin?. The youth was the e-on of iMr. and Mr. F. M. Sharp who left Alliance la.-t Kprintf. The family vas well known in thi city. The fol Ir.winjc account of the death and fun cral is taken from an Oregon Cit newspaper: Funeral service for tlie late Aro Ko.vu wiiaip vere held Monday, Au irust 8, ot the Holman and Face Cha tl. Hev. H. F. Clay of the Gladstone Christian church npoke upon the life t)f the young nvin who had recently joined the Chrit-tinn church of which Iiev. Clay is pastor. Arol It. Sharp was born in Mason Cit;. In., DecemlK-r 2d, 1!04, and is M.rvived bv his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Sharp, three sisters, Kffie, Ven .!.., ni-le.h L. t. y, I'.stella Kith, two lu-others, Gale Marion and ' Caswell Allen, all youncer than himself. Mrs. Delia Green and Mrs. Naomi Armstronp-Wai ren ung ."Asleep in Tesus," "Hcautiful Isle of Somewhere" imd "N'earer My God to Thee," with Miss Francis Cross at the piano. Interment in the Mountain View cemetery. The pallbearers were boys of II. S. Arol was a memler these being Melvin "orrctht?r., )el!ert Ifayward, Rny Wilkinson, I.yle Williams, Averila Shannon and Wayne Vedder. Arol ft. Sharp came to his early leath by heart failure while fwim ning with his boy friend in the Clackmans river Saturday August Ci. MARSLAND At noon he asked his mother if hejl'mn., several years ago. After len night go in Mvimming oni ne agreed. 'ing this country he resided tn .worn Mrs. Mae Phillipps was an Alliance visitor Sunday. The ad news of the death of Wade w'11 Knyeart and family of Girard B. Curry was received here Friday were Maryland visitors fcunday. morning. For some time he has been ' Alvia Hockett and family were living in Nogales, Ariz., in hopes that Maryland visitors this week, he might regain his health. Wade I Mr- I'aer was in from the ranch came to this country from Sewicklev. 'V0U county this weeK. prove! in health and looks a gTeat deal better. Alex Smith was in from the ranch this wee. He just finished threshing his wheat crop. MtAL fcSTAlk litANsiFLlU Filed for week ending August 13, 1 ia 1 Fred J. Peterson and wife to Emma Godfrey Kurt was clown from the; t V ."' tfi, exenange or J.K -pc fr suoplies, He waited until 4 o'clock and had been in the water about twenty minutes when one of his companions saw him go under and pitch head first into the water of what is known as the big -! ly above the S. I'. bridge. Frank Murphy of Clackamas Heights who Mas on Millie Gout Island heard the 'wiys on shore call for help and swam lown about half a mile and secured he body in less than 15 minutes. Dr. icl.ean va summoned and worked In one of the fastest games of ball 'ever piayed on the Marsiand diamond, ing on n ranch northeast of Link. I?e Uelmont and tounny Mope battled to a was married in 1917 to MUs Dojig.3-3 tie, the game going 12 innings IWpeir. Hp Ip.ivp liPM.lpa hi wife. and being caned on account of daiK- aizrd mother in Pennsvlvnnia. Mr. mess. The gume was free from any rorbert Frohnaofel nnd u.-;f Stroke Wed- .yj11? "in.ford r '000 I to recovery 1JV oc ' IIerninKfrd- bin ma voppernou, unmarried, to Fred J. Peterson for $400 and ex change of property, i interest, NWJ4. Curry was a man of many friends, being of a genial nature ami e'.wyya looking on the sunny side of life. Mis Roing, although hourly expected, has n touch of pathos not ordinarily connect ed with death. He made a valiant fight for his health, ami the determin ation to recover and come back to his "3 8 3- 1 1 3 3 3-3 a .... T1 V W r. Ci o in c 3 &c so 3 O 5 r .J rv3 Si o o - o r.S 05 (Ii 3 3 sr a 3 e o a Or O "3 o 2-C fa 'I "I '-i rs ts i-i O 3-T3 P a ts 3- 3 (K W 9V S -H3 c - 3 3" J r O O 3 O o a- o w w n a o o c o O GQ t?3 over the lad for nearly two hours with-! heme were always utmost in his mind. out success. I Funeral arrangements are being The Sharp family recently moved planned for Wednesday and the body hnc from Nebraska ami are living at Gladstone Chautuu;ua park where they have made a host of friends, See the School Dresses shown for 91.29, at llighfanfi-Holloway Co. ELLSWORTH 3 3 o o 5' 3 2. sr 5" c O 3 3 S 2-2.o- n 3 n re U 3 CO -2 ST1 3 5 r1 Mrs. G. I,. Wagoner of Wymore. Neb., and her chum of Philadelphia,' Mi.-s F. Ingler, arrived Friday for a visit with Mrs. Waggoner's sister, Mrs. II"plton of the Margrave ranch north of F.llsworth. Mrs. Weibling who has been in very poor health the past year has been re cuperating at the Cooper ranch for nearly a month, accompanied by her sister, Miss Lamberson, went to Alli ance Saturday for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Loving were Alliance week-end business visitors. The home of C. L. Murphy is being painted. John Schonard and Perry Law are doing the iob. R. A. Harvey of Brookings, S. P., was a week-end business visitor, hav ing so'd his section of land. 12 miles northeast of Ellsworth to C. L. Mur phy. S. K. Stewart was a 'Monday morn ing Alliance visitor. Sunday being a very rainy and dis agreeable day, the Antioch ball game was very much of a fizzle inasmuch as Ellsworth was concerned, only five nlavers on the team showing up. The came was scheduled and Antioch still wished us to fill the date and in spite or the overwhelming defeat adminis tered to us, ell who made the trip re ported a goo 1 lime. September IK the Oil Magnates play the return game and we will endeavor to show em a little baseball then. . Mr. and Mrs. P.os.i Schafenhu'-g of the Joy ranrh were Sunday visitors at the Kennedy home. Sunday Auirust 21 wo will endeavor to have a ball game on the Lome dia mond as the la.t throe Sundays games have been el-ewhere. The tame will probably be with the Sand Hill Co'N. The following" Sunday, August Whitman comes down for a struggle, thev have n very fast team nnd we know it, the "fans" are aecoidingly making arrangements to "spike up" and will have complete charge of the day's affairs. A big day for Ellsworth in "the baseball line, and best mateiial nvaibhle will be obtained in order to give the Whitman bunch a trouncing. will be aid to rest in the Marsiand ccretery. The bereaved widow has the sjmpathy of the entire community. Burt Furman was a Crawford visitor this week. Aruh L. Hungerford, ex-mayor of Ciawford was sojourning in Marsiand Saturday. As usual he was enthusias tic in boosting Dawes count' and v estern Nebraska. He is the man who has done more to advertise western Nebraska than any other man and his efforts have brought forth much good. Sam Hartley of University Place arrived for a vinit at the homes of Mrs. Belle Enyeait and Mrs. Bennett. Mrs. Hartley and Mrs. Harnley, theii daughter, have been visiting here foi several days. Jim Tollman, prominent raiser of certified seed potatoes, was a Crowfonl visitor this week. John Grommett of Crawford, watc: service man tor the uuilington, was Marsiand visitor Sunday. Mrs. Milton Patrick and daughter, who have leen visiting at the home of her mother Mrs. Bennett, returnee' to their home in Ansley Sunday. W. D. King of Whitman, who was called here by the serious illness of hi. daughter, Mrs. Dayton Sullenberger, returned to his home Sunday. Mrs. King remained for a longer visit. "rag-thwing and a genial spirit pre vailed tnroughout the game. Batteries for Belmont, Newman and Abbott; lor Sunny Slope, Hockett and Wells. Jluee weeks from Sunday, on Septem ber 4th the game will be played oif on liif Marslum! diamond. Guy Iemmons, merchant at Bel mont, was down to Sunday 8 game Mrs. Dayton Sullenberger who suf le. . - i paiaiytic s nesday night is on the road to recovery or wmle ner condition was thought to be very serious. At present writing she is much better. Mrs. Gregg was a Crawford visitor this week. Mr?. Henry Hollinrake visited with her husband, who is assisting in put ling up the hay. 1 Mr. Barku-- of S;ou county sHpped cattle from here Saturday. He re-! ' ports things in his locality as being in1 iee the bchool Dresses shown tip-ton shape, plenty ot goon rane ior fi.v, at and the cattle in first class condition. ; 17-2G-47. Dr. A. L. V. Smith, chiropractor, has returned from his vacation, and will resume regular "health BerTice" adjustments for his patrons. 74-75 Louis Barta and wife came in irom He shinned a mixed bunch. the South Table this week. I Ed Clifton of Ashbrook was in town Highland-Holleway Co. Mrs. V. H. Pvathsack of Thcdford arrived in Marsiand Thursday, being cal'ey here by the illness of her sister, Mrs. Dayton Sullenberger. Julius Baity, prominent Sioux coun ty rancher, located on Whistle creek was in town inursciay. Saturday. Ed was a former resident of Marsiand and haes many friends here who are always glad to see him. I The H. G. Furman hay crew have completed the harvesting of the hay crop on the place just east of town I ami have moved to the Howe ranch. Mr. McConnell and daughter, Hazel, I Mrs. Dick Furman spent the week were here one day tnis wceic "iMac wun ner parents, wr. mm w local lepresentative for the Paxton Hoffman. & Gallagher Co., with headquarters at Vein Kenner brought in four loads Ciawford. of young "she stuff" Saturday, which W. S. Andrews departed for Glenn he consigned to Omaha. They were in Fiiday with a string of wagons, going excellent condition and were well there "to move a school house. I marked, all being Herefords. Mrs. Mae Phillips former Marsiand Mrs. Lucille Gregg left for the home reilent, but of late of San Diego, Cal., of her parents near Newcastle, W yo., came down from Hemingford for alwheie she goes in hopes of regaining viit with her mother, Mrs. Belle kn ycart. Mrs. Lotspeich of Alliance came in Thursday for a visit with relatives. Elmer Crane was a Girard visitor thi.j week. Floyd Bennett came home Saturday night to spend Sunday with hi: no:!:er. He is employed with John flillikcr in constructing buildings on .he Osborne farm near Hemingford. Mrs. William Wittowack who was very ill this week is very slowly. - Mrs. Leslie Finney came home from the hospital at Crawford, where she was being treated. She is much im- W bo-'U which has been very poor for some time. She was accompanied by her daughter. .Word was received here of the rap d recuvci oi iuiss Marion Finney who is at the Gilford Clinic in Omuha, vherp she went to be treated for eye tiouble. . . Furman fried the Methodist in the roe of r"'' Sunday night, pastor. uillon and Alton Furman who have recovering been helping their grandfather harvest nay, came in irom ine rancn ior a visit, at nome Saturday. Sam Newbrough and sons are stack '" hay-on the Howard Furman ranch. They expect to finish this week. o ra) I Alright 1 If) a mtld, Yegetabla laaatlva o I 111 rclieva ConstlpaUoo and Bili I oumeii and keep the dljetive ao4 I elimiaaUvefuiictlooa normal. ,L''. sjf&fzJJsed for Mr Chips offiSeOM Block 1 Pkrx&s m juniors- r n t! Hr ) utt' w iV Uf15k One third the repj- 1 1 I V""oC1Jj i-f lir daee. Made of I I 1 X Sr m Infedienta, Vj then candy coated.' . V 1 For childrea and adult. - I Thiele, Prescription Druggist See the School Dresses shown for f 1.29, at liighlantf-ilolloway Co. "He is not in. He has gone to play golf," renders, "Will you take a chair i an'l wait?" .(iiite superfluous. "Better business ahead, says bank er," according to a headline. The jonly tiouble is catching up with it. 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 do positing a sum of money with us today and then pre sent the younpr couple with the pass book as a edding (jift. We will help keep the account going with interest added quarterly. li Vo mk2 If ftm The First National Bank THE U.S.USCO TREAD Hera is the U. S. Usco Tread, with a long-established standard of service among motorists who have an aye to value, as well as to price. While selling for less than the other tires in the U. S. Fabric line, the Usco has earned a repu tation for quality and dependable economy which is not exceeded toy naj tire ia its cUsa. GMn la (he fmbrie fire near raaJi, livm fire. Bwnf made soar. Being thippvd now. " r' United States Tires ere Good Tires U.S. USCO TREAD U. S. CHAIN TREAD U. S. NOBBY TREAD U. S. ROYAL CORD U.S. RED & GREY TUBES IN all of modem merchandising the biggest conundrum is the fabric tire situation. Around 70 of all car owners use fabric tires. Their instinct for quality is as strong and insistent as any one else's. Why, then, are they offered such hodge-podge stocks of "dis count tires,""odd lots," "seconds," "retreads" and other so-called bargains of uncertain origin? Sooner or later the public al ways seeks out quality. As a matterofseT-profecron if for no other reason. The out-and-out opinion in favor of U. S. Fabric Tires has spread more this year than it ever did. People have gotten very close to the U.S. policy. Felt it. Benefited by it. And passed the word along. It's a policy settled to onestand ard for all U. S. Tires. Whether fabrics or cords. Small sizes or large. Giving to the fabric tire user fresh, live tires. Being made now. Being shipped now. All the original U. S. vitality andserWcecomesthroughwhen you buy a U. S. Fabric Tire. "Usco," "Chain," "Nobby." Three different treads. Built by the same brains, the same policy, the same quality ideals tVt have made U. S. is tt iias Royal Co s the standard meas ure of tire worth. U(n) United States STURGEON GARAGE, Alliance, Neb. I. I.. ACilESON, Ringham, Neb. MILI EU ALTO CO., Hemingford, Neb. RANCHERS SUPPLY CO., Ashby, Neb. ili Rubber G ompany HEMINGFORD IMP. & INV. CO., Hemingford. Neb. L. A. ANDERSON, Hyannis, Neb. MORRISON MOTOR CO., Mullen, Neb. PEARSON MOTOR CO., Mullen, Neb.