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THE ALLIANCE HERALD. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1921.
RANDOM MiOlS Ufv. P. J. Minmt sjxikp in n Hay nl rliutch .-.onio days ao, mid found thnt Hip reputation tin- AHinr rlorjjy hnH prrroilcil him. Wl'f-n ho was jntvodti.ril m firr:lit r froni Iris city, the tMilut- conm r;M inn j-milnl r.ul. Ir.ud. .Jud'f Ta.-b i-nt jiiuI. No matter Vifiw n.ten the pipulin.-i iipju'ai' 1h--fnr him, hv will.t to v them his prt' finl a v-i -t.mro in loading a Mtcr life. V tlmneht a n"'w..iap'Miian huA a compiw at ivoly easy lii I ml if circum ?tanro pcr pTinil, we're noinir to turn our thought t'wanl eocIe.-ia.-liYal pursuits. "J ollier inorninK w- -ent our cuh reporter to rail on one of the .Alliance preachers for .some informa tion we wanted. He started out about II a. m., and within ten minutes he was hark. "Couldn't sfi him." hi told us. "His wife came to the: door and .aid he was takinif his morning nap jind she didn't want to d-'.tuih him. I'll try again thU afternoon." Up on Laramie the other niht there vhh considerable ekeitement, aside from the activities of I'oepinir Thomas. A couple with a baby had .-pent the evening out I'aby was frttful and papa had Riven him the- door-key to play with. The little dnrlini? swal lowed it. Mother was petrified. "Why. James," fdio Ra.-el excitedly, "how nrc we point to et in?" Colonel Bliss Might Verify This. WIGGINS, Miss., Auk. 2!. James Chamberlain, a farmer living near here, claims to have discoveied a unique way of inrreasinpr the flow of milk from his cows. The Chamber lain farm has been the scene of many fiances and Mr. Chamberlain avers that he find on the morninjr after the ilanccp, particularly when the music lasted until the early morninjr hours, that his cows are more generous with the milk. That Victrola aprnt must be on the warpath again. Wntcli the ad vertising columns. It happened at the tent f-how. They ere pas.-injr out the prizes to the peo ple holding the lucky number.;. They weren't very heavy piir.es worth, on the aveiai-e, about "." cents apiece. One of them a J ound of rofc-e or onie similar niticle was ilr:;wn by a number, -ay .'17. The man on the staR-e owled oi.t "No. ."'7" half a lo7.n . inn's,, but no re-ponse. Then a man in the crowd a ycurig fellow who had no more u.e for a pound of coll'ee than a piij has for wintr ratn'y toie oiT a ,)art of the ticket he held - No. 'j:!7 Hid went up iind claimed it. The man rn the st.'.ije .saw the torn ticket, real- red that it w;i n't worth fttssinu ocr, and then handed over the ptizr. I'.ut wa-n't that a hard way to larn a pound of coffee ? TROUBLES OVER AT AGE SEVENTY Ilolshcviki Schedule. Kadi year has 'IC days If you sleep eiht hour.-, a day it equals 122 days This leaves 243 days If you rest eiht hours a day, It equals 122 days This leaves 121 days There nrc 52 Sunday. f2 days This leaves f'. days If you have Saturday half holidays, it equals 2i days This leaves 1; days I'aily nvcrace for lunch, sick ness, and other causes of 1 1-2 hours a day, equrJs 2 days This leaves 15 days Two weeks vacation . It days This leaves 1 day This heinj? Labor Iiy, no one works 1 day 0 The epidemic Mri.J.. The Scotts VilutT Star-Herald ha.-, at last cauxht the dread columnitis. They call their rolyum "Side Shots" and these two samples are submitted as fairly char acteristic of the tyle: "Torrinjrton Woman Leads in Kjrjr Production" is a xUrtlinjr headline in a newspaper of that town. A Scott.shluff citiwm advances a new economic theory. He believes that eat injr less restaurant steak will tend to reduce the price of shoes. Today's Hesl Story Th Town Gos-iip of the Nebraska City rrcss is responsible for thij one: "She was in town between trains and had four hours to epare so t-he thoupht she would look the town over and pee how nhe liked it. She walked up Central avenue and then back down aRa'n, and after a few minutes she became aware th;t somebody was fr.llowinjf her. And .she kept right on. The man behind her kept right on, too. She walked around the corner of a block, and he did, too. Getting tired of beinp; followed, she derided to play a joke on the mau. She stepped around a corner, unJ .sutMeniy duck uKain and met him face to face and pave him the bawling out of his life. He denied that he wa.s following her. She called the cop over, and he asked the man what he tncAnt by following her. A pain the imputation was vehe mently denied. "Wi'll," asked the cop, "if you weren't folluwinir her. what were you doinp?" An4 the man said, very quietly, "I waj merely charging roy battery." Stunvr a train! The Lion Bonding company, by going busted, will make us dig up five smacks for a new bond, or else resign our appointment by the Kovernor of this great and glorious j-tate as a notary public. First it was the packing company then the Cox-Hoosevelt club. Oil s-tock salesmen wilt beware of the dog. A fellow doesn't mind baying a lit tle experience now and Utea, of course. It's part of his education. But the fink who remarked that the tuition was Fteep said a ntouthful, brother. He Crated ActiM An Alliance man says that on a re- him off to uie side and offered him a lrink of sloe gin. "1 told him," aaid the Alliance man, "that I didn't want to wnste the time. that he went out to the old slaughter .a BT 1 - house to enjoy tne ireisn air. oiayue t V-o riiv ran mnkn numfV PnOUirh to repair the septic tank by making it a summer resort. They say that the funniest sight that was ever seen in Box Butte ooun- tv was the watermelaa raJnir content at Fairview on Labor IV. Th kid that won the prize earned it fairly, We )ruessel vrnni: arrn'n. The no smoking agreement lasted three weeks instead of two. The front office now has two weeds going at the same time. The bet thing ubout ".''wearing o(T tob:ireo" is the fun of beginning again. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Real e. Ute transfers filed for the week ending September 3, 1921: Ferdinand Nikont and wife et al. to Adolph Nikont, $200. se4 28-27-51. Frank Abegg and wife to Karl C. Barker, $5,K00, SWM, 33-27-49. Conrad Schmitt, single, to Jessie M. Grinstead, $4,000, lot 4, block 7, Wyo ming addition. United States to Knut T. Johnson, nel U-27-1K. John M. King, unmarried, to Dick O'Bannon, $7,200, set 32-2.V4S. Myrtle Kline and husband et al to F.mnia Copjternoll for $1.00, NW'i SKV,, N' SW'i, l-2i-47. I.mily V. Mark and hu-bnnd to N. A. McCorkle for $l,X00, NS'i, 17-25-50. Emma Coppernoll. widow to Flora Soper for $1.00, NW'i, 1S-2r,-47. Kmma Coppernoll, widow to Myrtle Kline for $1.00, S'i, 1S-U0-47. F. L. Kline and wife to Charles H. Fvans for $1.00, NW'i NV4 and SW!i SW'J, 23-2H-51, 210 acres. Adolph Nikont and wife et al to Ferdinand Nikont for $1.00, W1-, SV '.i. K'a W'i 30-27-51, NW'i 31-27-51. Hobart L. McLaughlin, unmarried to Augustine H. McLaughlin for $1.00, SEU, J, N'WH 11-28-52. Burlington Woman I'erls Like She Ha New Lease On Life Since She Began Taking Tanlac. "When a woman over seventy yeart of age is relieved of troubles i.hat have bothered her for ten years I cull it re rvirkaMe, and that is exactly wha' Tanlac has done for me," declared Mrs John Sabine 1001 S. I.eebritk St. Burlington, Iowa. "My principal trouble was indiges tion. My jipjx-tite. was about gone, am I always had a heavy feeling in mj stomiuh sifter eating and bloated ur ro with gas I felt utterly miserable This gas almost suiricated me at timpi and crowded arounil my heart an' caused such a throbbing it frightened me. Many a time I became so nau seated I could hardly retain a thing. "I had awful pains in my back, and whenever I stooped over I felt like I would break in two. I also suffered awfully with rheumatism, and oftn my feet would swell up so I could hurdly walk. My nerves were shatter ed and many a night I couldn't sleep a wink and would get up in the morn ing feeling worse than if I hadn't gone to bed at all. "But thanks to Tanlac, I feel today like I had ben given a new lease on life. I have taken just a few bottles of Tanlac and now have a splendid ap petite and am never troubled a par ticle with indigestion. All those dis agreeable feelings after eating and those rheumatic pains and the misery in my back are things of the past. I am free from nervousness and sleep like a child at night. I have gained wpveral pounds in weight and the dif ference in my condition is wonderful." Tanlac is ;o!d in Alliance by r. lv Holsten and leading druggists every v here. Many a man has enouirh confidence in a friend to lend him money, but h? doesn't always have enough money Hard times will keep a lot of us away from the beaches this summer, but there is plenty to see at home. The fancy stocking iiinnuf,'.ctuiers will mourn the passing of tho w&ist length skirt. mmt- J B22erL Hill ,1 Alliance Tire Works Ceo. Mintzer, Prop Times BIdff. Alliance, Nebraska. Knock the "L" Out of SlaveSAVE! Make up your mind that you're not going to slave all your life, by making it a rule to put aside so much each week to take care of you later on. Just think of the old folks that you know, whose happi ness and whose very life itself, depend upon the generosity of some relative. Make up your mind that you're not going to be that way, when you get old. Save now and be inde pendent later on. You can start an account here with $1.00, and you can continue to add to it from time to time, with a feeling of utmost security and confidence. For this bank is safe, sound and conservative, and pays 5 interest, compounded semi-annually. First National Bank Have Your Suit Made in Alliance REALIZE WHAT THIS MEANS "Build TAt Ynn0DEL TAIL0RS are pipped to mina a bmt for YOU, where you can see it done Ycu know what sort of workmanship and material vou are petting- f V. r a,tini!i sui-fs, ana see that it is made most tce afs7oVrhe " Md hstS a'TJunecn' f 8an,pleS a"d CM Sy on with Let Us Take Your Measure. "WE KNOW HOW" MODEL TAILORS . 203 IJox Butte Avenue. WANING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING "t vein .inn ueiiver I Phone 18 - jff' '. IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING ABOUT THE HOUSE FOR SALE TRY A HERALD WANT AD Alliance, Nebraska Your Depreciation Costs Would Pay for an Implement Shed 4 Your expensive machinery soon goes to rack and ruin when ex posed to the elements. There is no better way to save money than to properly protect your machinery. An Implement Shed will turn the trick for you. With your harvesting done, there's sufficient time to build an implement shed before fall plowing must be done. Better take our tip and Build This Year! Come in and let us give you figures on any buildfng you may re quire or on lumber for repairs. FOWLER LUMBER CO. FLOYD LUCAS, Manager Alliance, Nebraska