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BRASKA. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Ifi, 1921.
incMiNGn)u.M.);niiH)N;.ui jquor fasc Agajnst Former Alliance Man Dismissed at Chadron i (Continued from npe 1 ) j The olhrr mute No. 2. Senator, Cood. with the asMitncH of A'li.we,1 took the ioikI uway from H-ininclord. ' Srnn'or fvi,l admitti'd 1h.it ho liad n Jul;ro J. W. Wooilrouh, fl(ra1 hundred letters from Allianto pi-opln district JiuIk, who has Ix-on holding a.kinir for the oth-r ro:il. Well, rnuit at Cli.wlion, aiming other thinRs lieminpfonl will ut't.i'' next one, if I di-misscd, on motirn of the United tan fwinj? it. State KninnM- John- .States district attorney, a rharire of on i-niil that pre-iKiue was brought en manufacturing Iior which had been him that he hail to o!ey when trie, tiled nirain.-d r.dv.ard lutio, formerly efr. vs Alex Smith, et al; account entertainment in Alliance would cost commerce in perfectly willing to po fieipht charues. Default judgment anywhere from ? 1 ,.f0 to $J,()0(, anl ahead with it, provided they secure in ullownl for 22.!S in favor of plain tiff. Ida Harriott vs C. N. W. Ky. Co. damaje.-i. Motion of plaintitf to dis miss plaintiff'H act;on Ufdained. Cross bill of defemlant to tanl. John Moyer vs C. N. W. Ky. Co.;' damans. Dismissed on motion of nlnintitf. r Chadron road wa. appioved. According to Alliance men who Inow th-? Iat concerning the huild inp of the Chadron road. Air. Carrell j in error when he say that Alliance doubled os.od HeiniiiRford. 1 he road Vv'ns sccurrd thiouuh Si-nutor (lnd, who urped the ad nntnxps of the route that was finally .elected. '1 It Alliance chm'er of commerce was in favor of the lleininnford route, and wan instrumental in tfvllinK it dc-ip-rated as road No. 1. Mr. Carrell declared h:-l H Mcm jnpford and practically every man in illK ill, II. f l IS IM'li iir I nun in ui.t -i of Al'iance. Tatro was at one time owner of the Alliance greenhouse, and lelt the city some month apo after m-sipninif his interest in the lu.ines to a local hanU. It was understood that his di eoina nient was due, in li'ipe measure., to a P.ne of two or three thou and dollars a.-.-'ssed upainst him by federal court. A still u.i.i found at the frenhou.-e, and eviden-e of hooch making. Hoot leppers aiul hooch makers pot oil" easv at the Chadion term of court, Tbf w.imni fine by Judpe Wood rouph on a liuor charpe was if 10, and ie iim roi on wnn o advance .sufficient assurance from the merchants that they will contribute the money necessary to put it over. It is possible that s-teps will be taken to send out letter? to the merchants, a.-kinp their opinion on the point. A public meetmp has hecn suppested, j but the objection has been raided that a number of the interested merchants will fail to attend, while thos who are apainst the plan are likely to come out in full force. The question was discussed at the Lnns duo meetmp lhutxlav noon. ff-rf. to hve the North Star road hit Other cases were dismissed. Most of the county line tar enoupii ve:-i oi al liance ."O that it will be a more direct vnute to en on into Hemitipford. The Hcminpford I.edirer, in an art ice a few weeks aro, which. wd that it repre !sntel the sentiments of that town's road boorters, declared. that it did not want to take the North .Star route from A'liance, but thai, it did want the assistance of this city, in a year or two, for a branch of the Yellow-j Mone highway leading from Alliance to IWea. Heminpford, Marslend Ilel mont and Crawford. K. L. Pierce of Jfeminpford peronded the motion et the Sidney mcetinp wfien the North Star route was designated to go throuph Alliance. "You fellows won't believe me, Mr. Carrell paid, "and I didn't intend to Kiy anything about it, but the farts ; are that when I was in Hridpeport the fmt time, 1 really saved the Noilh Star route for Alliance. You remem ler hcn the commissioners from Ilaynrd and Broad water went out to confer I wan with them. They had it practically decided . to approve the Iiayard route. That was too far west for Hcminpford, and I worked a forp time before 1 pot the I'.ridpeport com missioner to pive u; tryinp to make the North Slnr po on the east side of the track. If he'd held out for that, the road would never have been ap proved. And if the Bayard commis jJoner hadn't resipned, the Bavavd route would have irone throuph. If it hadn't been for my work, the Bridpe ort route would never have been defipnated. Those who claim to have the inside wy that Carrell was not workinp for Heminpford, but for himself, inas much ns he has a farm that would be benefited hhould the North Star route reach the county lino, where he is diinp his best to make it- "If you fellows think you can do anything, po your best," Mr. Carrell tne detendnnts had been prviously tined in state coi'rts. I .T. F. laper, clerk of the court, there was a grave doubt in the minds of the chamber of commcive directors whether such a sum could be collected, in view of the fact that the merchants hail been called upon for countless contributions. Armistice Day Suggested .Some of the most enthusiastic sup- Lett a I. Candler vs C. & N. W. Rv. porters of the plan have urped that Co.; damapes. Verdict for plaintifr the festival can be staped for much tor .",()()(). Jess money, by leavinp out the free Kquity Iocket. 'automobile and the band, but others M. S. (Jrec-p vs C. & N. V. Ry. Co.; have arpued that the crowds will not Injunction. Continued " come to such an entertainment un'ess United States of America vs F.d- there is something to draw them. The win A. Searson; to cancel patent, success of the LaW day picnic at Continued. i Fairview, where a thousand automo- support of the club if the merchants William Hincle Smith vs Will iam bile load- of isitors pathered to cele- of the city would give ample assur K. Sharre et al. Transferred to brate the holiday, is urped as another ance not only that they wanted the Omaha division. i reason why such an entertainment . festival, but were willinp to pav the could not fail. It has been pointed bills. out that the harvest festival could be ,t prohab1e lhat a (pfinit, dccLinn staped Arm.st.ce .lay, which is n-vi be an.iv t w;thin th f erally observed as a holulay, and that,(av with a smaller program it would tillj ' po over bip. i As it stands, the harvest festival is I In fishinp for profits, the bigpest on the doubtful list. The chamber of I catch poes to the, sane fisherman. ORIGINALITY. "Our new minister is simply won derful. He bring things home to you that you never saw before." "Huh! I've pot a laundryman who does the very same thing." The report that the wife of nn army officer livinp in Washington is a suf feier from leprosy is supplemented by the statement that the attack of tlw, disease is mild, and that there is every hope for recovery. A few years apo i such an announcement with repard t Henry W. I'ollock vs Seymour J. Van liu kirk et al; equity in lands. Dismissed. Henry W. Pollock vs Howard S. Rlackledpe; equity in lands. Dismissed. NO SPONSOR FOUND FOR FALL FF.STIVAL (Cont;nued from Page 1) furnishes the following record of the 'been endeavoring to pet on its finan proceedings: The September, 1021, term of the United States district court for the district of Nebraska. Chadron division. convened Monday, September 12, Hon-i orable J. W. Woodrough, presiding and the following court officers were i in attendance. I Hon. .1. W. Woodrough, judge. R. C. Hoyt, clerk. I.. J. F. lager, deputy clerk. Chas. W. Pearsall, court reporter. D. H. Cronin, U. S. marshal. J. B. Nicherson, deputy marshal. A. M. Wright, deputy mnrshal. Don W. Stewart, asshtaM U. S. at torney. Anton Gross, court messenger. Court having been opened in due fcrm of law by the Hon. U. S. Alar shal,' thereupon the following pro ceclinps were had and done to-wit: Criminal Docket. 47. S- v . ! I ' c iii-nn v on I ever had. The Ford parape there Rjntion of L. S. attorney. .,., ol, tUa ,nnj T BPP.,Vftl, 1 4 , .Ih, iv I -- fv" . cial feet, and it ha got to the point where a soliciting committee from the organization isn't exactly received with open arms. Some of the Problems The directors have reasoned it all out. If the celebration should be staped, and po over big, it would be a good-sized feather in their cap, but if bad weather should jinx the per formance, or the crowd fail to appear, it would be a black eye that would last for years to come. The directors ha'en't forgotten how the home town people went bael; en the rneo m"et, and the memory of the deficit that is still on the books from that enter tainment still brings tears to their eye occasionally, as well as to the eyes of those holding the sack with unpaid bills. As the horvest home festival was ami a numlier of urguments, both forja VI?Vm Tf ,pProS!', wo",1 have and apainst, were heard. The mem-!S, , 1 p . ? lumuncmic. ivo.. n..i o ,.i,,f,v. i,i.,;a uilhe leper was doomed, as lepers had itth iiuuuini si I i-rr viitr mill on vi time. Now it is a mere matter of rou tine that the patient is to lie sent to the government hospital in Louisiana, there to receive the newest chaul moogva oil treatment which Surgeon' General Cumminps credits with tfm cure of eighty-six patients in the fed eral hospital at Hawaii. Sioux City Record. Herald Want AcU Results. . a mI n!,, i.inb -I. stapeii at North Platte, it proved one ,'s. Allen Dednck et al; get- f , . t drawh cani, th? city roaoil pass. D.sm.sse.l on ova i,n.i 'eu Vnrif. there vi ....i,;.:i: i.,... i nations Dismissed on motion of U. S. Attor ney. U. S. vs. Fdward Tatro; manufac turing liquor. Dismissed on motion of U. S. Attorney. U. S. vs. Frank Kobelia: manufac turing liquor. Defendant plead guilty, lined $10. U. S. vs. John Schaman; in posses sion ot still. Dismissed on motion of U. S. Attorney. U. S. vs. C. A. Thomas and Frank Fischer, Jr.; violation national prohi bition law. Thomas plead guilty, sen tenced to pay fine of $10. Case con tinued as to Frank Fischer. U. S. vs. John Scharman, violation prohibition law. Plead guilty. Sen- from the merchants, and amon? the attractions that drew the unprecedenttsl crowd was the giving away of an automobile. There were no tickets sold, but numbers on the car were given free with every pur chase of a dollar, or with every two dollars paid on account. In addition to this, there wan a bandncert, free dance, and a program of sports and various races, for which liberal prizes were offered. It has been estimated that such an told the reporters. -ou naven i poi nced to .,ay fine of $5.00i jinyth.ng on me ami you II timi, ( c. vs. lialph Phillip rry, vnav you ju.v . "! , Plead guilty, fined S10. ' the longer you keep up this fight on aw ij m, the wor.se it's going to lie for you. AIU,rt A Vannatta VA" C & N, If you beat me on this road II tnke,R Co damage. Continued tJie next thing you want and pet it ..reem.ni i:way from you if I can. 1 m t.pht.ng i:enjamin F. Roberts vs. Walker D. out In the open. ou ran t scratch me H;nes HS a)f,nt eU. ? damaRes. Con ;.nd get away with it. tinu(H, bv a.rlTement. John U. t'unn vs. C. B. & Q. R. R. ACTION ON FRANCHISK Co.;" damapvs. Continued by agree- litiuor. W. by V.V.VAVW.V.V.W.VAV b 4 "WBEK I ENDS" tllTY COUNCIL DKLAYS (Continued from page 1) a working agreement, and showed how the city would benefit by the franchise. Up Again Next Thursday. Council Irwin moved that the fran tliise be "tableil for further discus won." Mayor Hampton and Council man Thompson voted "No", anil Har jrraves and Irwin voted "Yes". It was . decided to atUcurn the routing -until j Thuraday vemin(fit which time ' representatives of the cowpahy will be j united to be present and' another at tempt made to reach an agreement. The franchise que.-tioa has been with th city officials now for well over two years. Practically "every official meat. t.itith V. Mollring vs. C. B. & Q R. R. Co.; recovery of trunk. Leave granted defendant to file substitute N copy answer in lieu of original an&er lost. Jury empanelled and sworn. At close of testimony on motion of de fendant, court decided verdict for plaintiff for $109.88, exceptions allow ed, y' ' . Nellie Krauze v lUrman J, Krau.se etat; recovery. Case continued. C, & N. W. Ry. Co. vs ex Smith; account rebate on- freight charges. Default judgement entered for $11.50 in favor of plaintiff. C. B. &. Ry. Co. vs Ora E. Phil lip.; recovery on freight charges. Continued by agreement. WANTED Woman to cook club din ner once a week. Phone 74. 84 of the company who Knew anyttungi i0un nrton Pavne as director about franchises has Uen before the'Kenerajf etc va j0jm ieai.son; rec0v council at one time or another, andiery freight charpesJ. Default judge every possible point of dispute has ,rent entered for $575.20 in favor of been argued out. ' Lvery once in a plainer, while, some new point has been dis-j i.:m(,rson Brantingham Implement tcvored to prolong the discussion, un-! Co vs j j Kuddy et al; note. Jury til the mention ot the word franchise wu;V(Hi judgement for plaintiff for causes a feeling of intense weariness 4i),.4(j. on the part of everyone but tho.,e im-j jat,o; C. Davis, director general, mediately concerned. The problem has Imhji complicated jqq LATK TO CLASSIFY further, by the fact that at the time the city manapre plan was. votea upon, an informal referendum vote was -:ken. At that time the company had jiirt filed a request wiUi the state TidJway commission to keep in ert'oct a certain rate increase. A few made a strong campaign .against the fran chise, and the vote showiii a majority of 273 against granting it. i The vote was, of course, informal,; inasmuch a3 this city hai.i not adopted j the initiative and referendum. Some of the council feel that the public! M-ntiment, as expre.-sed at that time, should govern, while others are of the opinion that the council U bound to in the best it can for the city and be governed by the best light at its dis-1 poKtd. The company nas aoopiw a policy of spending no money for ex tensions or improvements in Alliance until it is given the legal right to do business, and a numtier of applica tions for new phones have been held tending a decision by the council. There is a general feeling that some thing should be done to end the situation. 5: IVORY SOAP 2 bars for 11c. 1'URtL PEANUT BUTTER ' 2 jars for 41c PURE. BLACKBERRY JAM 2 cans for 51c LARGE BOQUET RAM EE TALCUM 2 for 51c LORD BALTIMORE STATIONERY 2 boxes 61c I r i wo jkis: Beciais For Saturday Only Blankets and Comforts 50 Pairs of Blankets These are samples and slightly soiled on the edges and will be sold at these low prices, to sell them.out. SATURDAY AT 5 WANTED! TO BUY AT ONCE REO CRANK CASE, WHOLE OR BROKEN, Inquire GEO. BUECKNEK he Welding Sliop. Saturday Specials RED SALMON, 1 pound can. 25c COD FISH, 1 pound can 15c GOOD CATSUP, 1 pint bottle 25c GROUND COFFEE, 1 pound pkg 19c LOGANBERRIES, gallon ...$1.15 BLACKBERRIES, gallon $1.15 CLING PEACHES, yellow, gallon 79c APRICOTS, gallon 79c FANCY COOKIES, per pound 25c CANTALOUPES, home grown 15c CORN FLAKES, large package , .16c CHICKENS Alive and Dressed. CATFISH. HALIBUT AND SALMON EVERY FRIDAY Our Market Supplies the Best Bleats Every Day. Deliveries Made Several Times Each Day Over the City. PHONE 51 for service. RODGER'S GROCERY $18.50 values, all wool, floral, extra large size $8.95 $1(.50 values, all wool, floral, extra large size $0.95 88.0O value, Beacon plaid, extra weight, large size . . $4.95 $6.50 vaue, Wool-Knap plaid, large size $3.95 COMFORTS Fine figured Sateen, covered both sides alike, filled with fine Bleached Cotton $5.50 Silkoline covered, wTith plain bordered Sateen, in Old Rose and Blue, dainty flowered patterns $4.50 Silkoline covered in dainty patterns, both sides alike all filled with fine Bleached Cotton $3.95 orace Bogue Store asm onie Comfort Your heating problem is not one of getting the best price on a furnace and setting it up in the basement It is proper installation of a furnace with proper circulat ing air space, accurately put up and made for durability -and economy in service. Get the benefit of our experience and our guarantee. Prices, installed and guaranteed, $190, and up for larger houses. Rhein Hardware Company Prompt and Courteous Service . attmimimmmnw;