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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, AUGUST SO, 1921.
three 1922 Auto Numbers Will Be Handled In Entirely New Way An entirely new sy.-tem of iTi?ieter anR anl numbering: automobile in Ne braska will bo put into effect when the time comes to issue number plates lor the year I !22. Not only will the jtlates come in pairs, to lie displayed) RUNNING WATER. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hopkins ami Miss Arlyne Ulanchaxl made a trip by auto to Wyoming Friday, returning late Sunday. They came home by way cf KcottsblufT, bringing home with teni a friend, Miss Alga Feilder, who is spending a week with them. Mr. and Mrs. McFall retuined home after a week at the home of Mrs. A. I. Gordon. John Chaste k of the I'otmesil ranch n both the front and rear of each ma- was somewhat hurt in a runaway la.-t hine, but they will be numbered dif- week. t'M'ently from heretofore, says the Lin- Mrs. Jeffries and daughter and Mrs. coin Star. I Athey drove to Alliance one day last Instead of one series of numbers week to visit with Mrs. Athey s son for the entiie state, there will be a and family. 'eparate scries for each of the ninetv-I Miss l'earl Zobel was operated on three counties. Kvci v'countv will have last Tuesday at the Alliance hospital Mr. P. Vet son and Mrs. Crawford, Sr., went to Hemnijrford , r ridav. O. Dowser, who was thrown from his hay rack when it uii.et near town and was reported that his ankle was brok en, wa taken to Alliance Friday and the X-ray picture taken which shows the ankle to be all right, but some of the liuanients torn which wdl take as 2ts own key number, anil the licenses issued will begin with No. 1 in each county, following the key number. Douglas county, which has the larg est number of automobiles, will be given the key number 1. Lancaster, which come.-, next, will have key num ber 2, and other counties will be iriven lone or longer to heal numeral designations according to how T. O. Myers' mother is staying at many automobiles are licensed in the Myers home while Mr. and Mrs. them. Myers are away. The general plan has been worked Mrs. Jetl'eries left for her home in out under the direction of State Public Denver after spending a week or so "Works Secretary George Johnson, who at the Athey home, has supervision of highways and auto-' Word was received Wednesday from mobile registration for Nebraska. The T. O. Myers that there was no hopes regulations were drafted under author-' of recovery for their little son, Robert, ity conferred by an act of the last It.-' His sickness has developed into Infan Islature. tile l'aralysis. It was thought at first In Douglas county, which has 22,000 they would take him on to Omaha, cars, the numbers will run from "1-1" but lie was not able to stand the trip, to "1-22,000." These are the numeral symbols which will appear on pleasure cars. Another series in each county will designate trucks with the letter "T" preceding the license number. Deal ers' licenses will be indicated bv a o he is still at Alliance. ANTIOCH Frof. F. F. Me.-sersmith, principal of the Ant inch schools, and his family capital "0", with the small num,.;,l ZX'Xnnu nd his wile's two sisters, Miss AUa Rob erts and Mrs. ti. K. Short and the tat ter's husband returned with the Messer.-mith's for a few weeks visit inside showing how many plates the dealer is entitled to use. All of the-e plates will be o'i inches high and from 9 to If) inches long, depending on how- Little Miss Norma Kssex has been j visiting her aunt. Mrs. Iva Rrekke in. Alliance. Mrs. j.angford was a caller in this neighborhood luesday. Mrs. Ama Trine motored to Alliance for renairs Friday. Howard Lore is on the sick lit. He was injuied iuite badly while riding a horse Thursday. Nipper's are theshing this week. SAVED LIFE OF MOTHER, SAYS SON Uurliacton Woman In Splendid Health Since Taking Tanlac. Declares (icoriie Robinson. "1 believe Tanlac saved my mother' life four veal's niro." said (leorire D. Robinson, living at i'7 S. Gertrude St., Rurlinuton, Iowa, "and it had kept her I in the best of health ever since. "Mother is now sitv-seven years of 'age, and she has always been frail and delicate. About four years ago she became so weak and nervous and run down that her life ju.-t seemed to lip h:ini'inir bv a thread. Well. Tanlac moved to be exactly what she needed and the effect on her system was ti-nlv remarkable. She seemed to feel the joy of living and having good health once more, and she looked years vnunver than before taking lanlac. "F.ver since that experience Tanlac has loen her stand-bv. All her cliHd- rin r:in M'P the wonderful change Tanlac has made in her condition, and WP wo uldn't be without it for any thing. We are all deeply grateful to Taniac and, in fact, this medicine is a household treasure with us. Tanlac is sold in Alliance by r. iv Holsten and all good druggists every where. r. ., " i luessei miin s lor a lew rvis many figures there are M j E , is Vlsiti uith Motorcycle plates will be 3 inches by "h daUKhtelf M, s. Charles Vast ine. ,heS J"uS,Ze' braimg S? ,cttSr8 Rev. and Mrs. L. J. Granth nil left ''MC and the number. Plate for I k f Cretiton Ia where they traders will be of the same size, and ..,. .,,;., f ' u ' , will be specially marked by the letter 4J For the 1022 season, plates will rtave a white background with black lettering and figures. The colors will he changed for each succeeding year The of cour ing the number, The state automobile registration division in the department of public works will arrange with all county treasurers to act as its agents in will make their future home Ralph Wyland has been seriously ill with the flu for the past two weeks. He is .-ome better now. Mrs. H. J. Wilson who has been quite ill for the past week is reported state abbreviation "NEB."' will, , f nJ )as ,,e urse, appear op. all plates Hsick for about a week. She is een very fcome- what better now. Charles Bovine was quite badly shaken up Weilnesday when he lost his 1 balance and fell off a lb-loot nay i- I.:., Un.,. I ,m, , . , , i- t 1 StaCK. SlllHlMU VII III.". Ili un uii,i niiuuni- , V,u -i, " Luckily he was not seriously in flates. This will save a large amount; . l'"K" ' , , . . t ,.. i ...,t i lured. u worn ai Lincoln ami win cue iiown,- ..... ,f x. . f n,,,,).- the expense materially. Factories fur- . 'i," "s t , "t" ' ""V o nishing the plates wilj ship them direct : v'siting friends hete the fnt pait o "to county treasurers, upon order of the public works department. Dealers will be required tp pay $10 yor pair for each duplicate set of !lates, instead of $1 as hit'iTorto. This change in the law is expected to do awav with the misuse of dealers' number to a large extent There has always been a great deal of competition for the lower numbers and for distinctive numbers like 100. O00 or 200.000. These large numbers xvill he unknown under the new sys tem, but there will be a No. 1 a No. 13 and a No. 100 for every county, while most counties will have No. 1,000 also. f thp week. Homer Smith and Miss Margaret Klingaman motored to Alliance Thurs day eveninng. POINT OF ROCK CREEK finished cutting grain The trouble with universal peace cnomsi in bi in the universal. History will not be able to do much atiout tne anairs oc mis umr unw hysteria gets through with its job. IMPERIAL TONIGHT "THE CALL OF YOUTH" A joyous romance or life's ppiinglime. Comedy "IN AGAIN" Admission 10 and r0c. Lvle Lore ha for McCorkle. Mr. Byaies of Minataire was a visitor at Mr. Vaughan's. Lester Hashman had an accident : with his car and had to bs hauled in. Sdgar Hashman is sporting a new, car. . t. i . 2 , i. : ..i l ; ,-4 i Jir. vaugnn, jr., is on menu. Those holding the lower numbers of 'again. He expects to go to Hot Springs the strue series will no doubt tie able . p0on to improve nis neaitn to retain them in their respective coun ties. George Brandeis of Omaha owns Nos. 1, 2 and 3 now. No. 13 belong.? to Arthur Bcckman of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson were visitors at Mrs. Roy Nichols' Sunday. IJLACKROOT Charles Moravek arrived home the first of the week from, Wyoming, where he has been for some time. Mrs. Hookham's mother and aunt arrived Tuesday for a short visit with ' faer. ' Bob Mitchell arrived home Wednes day, after taking a load of horses to Omaha. Bob Mitchell and mother went to !Mrs. Mitchell's home at Scottsbluff Saturday. Mrs. Charles Hall left for Indiana and other eastern points Wednesday. She expects to be gone for some time. Joe Romer and family motored to Scottsbluff Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hall and family j motored to Alliance Saturday. Mrs. Hall's mather and father, Mr. and Mrs. . AVitham, came back with them for a fhort visit. Mrs. Grover Bain left for Clipson's Saturday, where she expects to stay for a couple of weeks. Arthur Sheldon was quite sick Sat urday, but is somewhat improved at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. George Flaherty and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Sheldon spent Sundav at Joe Romers. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crosse spent ! Sunday evening at the HenrV Rose borne. Charles HooVham and family spent Sunday at G. E. Dyers. Mrs. Weise helped Mrs. Robert Gen try cook for threshers Friday and Sat urday. Charles Foldea rot his threshing machine started last Tuesday and threshed Pete Parrel's oats. He went from there to Lou Bart. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyer visited at Byrl Dyers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hall and Mrs. Hall's mother and father, motored to Scottsbluff Tuesday. They left little Esther at Charles Hall's home on ac count of the bad weather. Roy Grosse went to Hemingford Wednesday after a load of coal. Merle Sheldon was quite sick last Tuesday and Wednesday. TEACHERS NOTICE. . All teachers that are to teach in the Rural schools of Box Butte county, are to meet at the Assembly Room at the Court House Saturday, beptemuer o, at 2 o'clock. OPAL RUSSELL, County Superintendent Ilerald Want Ad Results, R. G. BAUMAN, O. D. aumanynd6etier 2 OPTOMETRIST tffitnm WEDNESDAY, 31st Edith Storey, in "THE GOLDEN HOPE" Comedy "AN OVERALL HERO" Admission 10 and 30c. THURSDAY, Sept. 1 Viola Dana, in "CINDERELLA'S TWIN" v Comedy Larry Semon, in "SOLID CONCRETE" . Admission 10 and 30c. Iffi OLLI'S OSEN UllYE Rosen' Rye is proving to be a very profitable crop In Caster County. Mr. Dominie Rolli, of Anselmo, has done perhaps more than anyone else in Custer county to try ont this cereal In 1910-1920, Mr. Rolli grew 80 acres of this rye with very gratifying results. This grain was inspected and certified by the Extension Specialist of the University State Farm. This year he raised 1800 bshels of this rye. Mr. Roll! has most of this for sale. This was also certified this year. Farmers in Box Butte county cannot go wrong in growing thi rye. For the next fifteen days, Mr. Rolli offers this seek for $1.10 per bushel, cleaned and sacked, f. o. b. Anselmo. I! SPICER UNIVERSAL JOINTS In the manufacture of Spicer Universal Joints cost has been of only secondary consideration. Design, material and workmanship being of first importance. THE GALL AUTO SPECIALTY COMPANY 1322-1332 Lincoln Street. Denver, (olo. : :j::m;uuu:tuunm Ml Deluxe Washing Machine Now $100 Horo is the most practical solution of the wash-day problem, c believe THE ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE now de veloped to mechanical perfection removes the worry and drudgery of wash-day. The day's washing is accomplished in a remarkably short time. In fact, practically only half the time is re quired that is taken by the ordinary method. And the cost of operation for the entire washing is very small. Nro more rubbing of clothes an operation hard on the clothes, and tiring to arms and back. The wooden cylinder is the washing agent. At each revolution the suds are forced through and through the clothes, actually washing out the lirt instead of rubbing it in. Practical Features Distinctive in the Deluxe MB The dirt settles to the bottom of the ma chine during the process, and remains there until the washing is complete. The machine is cleansed easily by merely pouring fresh water into it, putting it into operation, then letting the water and dirt drain out. Come to the Housewares Section and sec the be purchased on time if desired. Enameled entirely in white, the machine is sanitary, clean in appearance and easy to keep clean. Washing and wringing may be carried on at the same time. Moving parts are enclosed. 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