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TI1K ALLIANCE HERALD. TUESDAY, OC'O I.Eli 4, il)21 '
1 Go to Theatre Week in Alliance Oct. 23-29 IMPERIAL THEATRE SUNDAY, OCT. 23 The day of rest, relief from laljor. When work is laid away. When you, your family, your neighbor Just loaf about and play And hear the sprite. Amusement calls "The T.iggest Goldwvn Night of All." TOM MOORE, in "Made In Heaven" USUAL COMEDY Adm. 9 and 27c and W. T. Monday & Tuesday OCTOBER 24 and 25 When the Sun first takes a peek And ushers washday in. The Housewife knows it's Goldwyn Week , And washes with a grin. Oct. 24th and 25th's the days To see a Goldwyn extra good photoplay. Reginald Baker's production of "Godless Men" USUAL COMEDY NO ADVANCE IN PRICE Adm. 9 and 27c, and W. T. Wed. and Thurs. OCTOBER 23 and 27 There arc many things to. keep the hoirie abuzzin' But as she darn this Mrs. Sings Cantatas by the dozen. And this is why she sings her songs. Tonight she'll join the Goldwyn throngs And see the Goldwyn spe cial for the week. RUPERT HUGHES Master Production ' "Dangerous Curve Ahead" Adm. 20 and :0c & W. T. Friday and Saturday OCTOBER 28 and 29 Now Friday marches with the days That number only seven This lucky numeral purveys A bit of MOVIE Heaven. REX BEACH'S "North Wind's Malice" USUAL COMEDY Adm. 9 and 36c & W. T. THIS IS "GO-TO-THE-THEATRE" WEEK IN ALLIANCE Notice the above attraction and notice the Admission. Cut Delow Dig City Prices. COMING OCTOBER 11 and 12 "The Old Nest" The bijrgest picture ever in our city, at Uft-live prices. I RANDOM SHOTS i The man, woman or kid who ran away after the auto accident Saturday nitrht, leaving the victim to die alone, win have this much punishment the longer it is kept secret, the heavier it will lay on the conscience. With hell yawnine in the future. why should anyone deliberately choose to fret his on earth? Nine times out of ten, the fellow who talks lynch law will heat it around the comer if there's any danger that he II be jriven a chance to help pull on ine rope. The Nebraska City Tress tells of a marneu man in that citv who is hav injr the wool pulled over his eyes so frequently these days the neighbors are talking of shearing: him for a protit. Pogtrone these fellows who are al ways telling how easy it Is to save money though married. Ole Buck is the last one. "I can make one 40-cent necktie last two years," he savs. So could we, if we didn't wear a necktie any oftener than Ole. Today' Best Story. The town band had been royally en tertained in a neighboring village where a concert had been given. On the train home the conductor had some trouble getting the ticket of one of the musicians. After several futile attempts to get his fingers into his vest pocket, the musician gave it up and announced: "I've losht th' dang thing." "Come, come," ejaculated the con ductor encouragingly. "You couldn't lcte a thing like a railroad ticket." "Oh, I couldn't hey?" retorted the other with indignation. " don know me. I jusht losht the bass drum, thass v hat I did. Speaking of the photographs of the five Alliance men in the rotogravure section of last Sunday's Bee, perhaps the best comment to date comes from the small son (or maybe it was the daughter) of Bert Laing. "Oh looky," was the cry that reached the parents' ears. "Come see who's in th' funny paper." If news is shy these days, all the weary editor has to do is to Contradict rumors of half a dozen deaths or sui cides. The chief trouble with these fake reports is the length of time it takes to run them down. There should be legislation enabling a reporter to recover damages for womout shoes. Abe Martin of Bridgeport. Again we got a nice contribution from the Abe Martin of Bridgeport, ' i can't help but wish," wheezed a i()()-per cent patriot the other dav "that the President in his choice of ambassadors abroad had more of an eye to their good looks." i.ignt t ar l ires, a dealer s an nouncement is headed. Another fling at l.ixzie: true, sher. a trifle nervou at times; but as she and I tracl n-ong lifes highway together and she rattles on, I m plumb glad to listen. Jaui Lncie Si Hull, "when I .va a boy our preacher stated you could al ways trust the man that was iien to whistling. Next day everybody was warbling; and after that the only way you could keep your chickens pate was by locking your hen-house ocry night. Famous Twins Tut and Take. Grin and Bear It Hit and Hun. Kun and Hide. That sixty-five-vear-old Tawnee City printer, who is willing to give a 10 per cent commission to anyone who will find him a wife with forty thou sand dollars, is not a fair sample of the profession. Most of us would le content with a woman with ten thou sand. However, it gives us an idea. We'll be willing to give 15 per cent com mission to anyone who will find us a rich uncle who will be willing to die and leave us anything from $25r up. lhe sky 8 the limit, men. These rumors are certainly thick the last two or three days. You never know when the report of your death or suicide will get out. One of the vic tims reports that she got two or three bunches of .flowers. Ordinarily, at present prices, you have to die or get married to get 'em. Probably there will be those who will say she ought to send them back. FOWLING Mrs. A. P. Tucker has returned to her home in Omaha after a two months' visit with her sister, Mrs, Wm. Rust. Jr. Twenty-three women responded to the request for help in making com forters for the Ives family in Alliance. All rave liberally both in. money and quilt blocks with the result that three new comforters were made. These women never fail when help is needed and assistance asked for in a worthy cause. Mrs. Dan Lawrence returned home from a week's visit with her ptirents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Latham, at Fair field, Neb. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Charles Wilson, who had spent a month with the home folks. Alls. John Frazier moved to Alli ance this week to le with her two daughters, Reba and Virlcne, who are U.-oial Matinee Daily, 2:30 and it is better than ever. It we , llMn.iin.r ,-l,.l iIipip can only persuade this unknown to a son was hoi n Ttiesdav, September keep the ball rolling, it will brins con- 27. to Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Nye. at the dornble pleasure into the drrary life.u,,,,,- f m Mr v:ilinm Vvo. of the man who has to write at Icat r t.' Mth hmwl rr lo'id nf two columns for this remarkMole ue- wlU!e lo Omaha last Monday, partmont every week. This U.psiei- Snm0 nf t.he farmers were digging isn t so worse, potatoes last verk, but the majority Kin Gidley has quit using the weed. 'will beirin this week. The yield a ilBOYIESS POINT OF ROCK CRKEK Miss Marguerite Lore U helping Mrs. I Clay cook for potato pickers. Mr. Emma Nichols nnd Mrs. A. I.. ! Lore were callers at the home of Mrs. . i I l lay. "IMiotrope", Rujj t0 , th( tiirfrpsl Mrs. Lillian Duskin went to Alliance hit since "Humoi-esque," will be the Friday. nig M P 'lie'nft'u"1. the.,I'"P''i' o- J'hn i stayed over night at A. a " L" kP ''"als w,lh H -'ict, lire's Thursday. nri n K iin.1W'7' " pa,'.,lon from llrn Swanson motored to Alliance prison, hilling was too inartistic a re venge to take upon the woman who " ' " " 1 : iM.raiening nis daughter' happi ness according to "Heliotrope Harrv". Me favored something more subtle, something that would inspire tormr Fr:,,av- .. .... .;. .": U , "t Mr. and Mrs. Eaton rtopped it' Nirhftl to get some mtC-.x . , , : ' Mr. Wilkin. and duughUrf;' -Mfoa Um were callers M' the Nicbofsf twin Thursday. . . Tl Mr. ami Mrs. Tom Rreckke visit! at Ernie Essex's home Fridav. - m. J Tanlac", the remarkabie remedy that).' even body is talking about, ii oM by f r. 1 f -1 i .. . . . . V.-. F. E. Holsten. without involving even the laying on vLaM,n'L ?? '.,.Wi"P" the con vict, the ex-"lifer", concocted a scheme of revenge manelou-dy clever Hnd un- cahnilv eueciivp. .iiwf u ...unr .e heli.itrope perfume that was all that was needed to bring a hardened woman, the accomnl ami crooks, irrovo inir to rt Annonceiqettt! : The Wednesday ntlriu-iinn i "Ti,- Stealers." The itnrv .in,.! ...... u .u. , vium null nip blasphemous conduct of n minister who turned crook to spite God Tor the sulTenngs he considered the Lord had visited upon him. His wife stolen upon him by a former rivni k up the church anl becomes a wander ing evangelist, speaking wherever he is permitted to pitch his tent. While he holds the audience through the sheer power of his eloquence, men and women confederates move among the Worshiniwra. MnomCi. L - their cash and jewelry. The minister regarded his plan of revenge n a frreat joke on God. How he came to learn that to defy God wa beyond the puny power of one of his enwhiv vi,,. sals and how his faith vas restored is the ilramatic and scnsation.il climax of the story. M. Nolan & Co. announces the opening of the finest and most up-to-date filling station in Box Butte county, at Alliance, Nebr. THE NEW Filling Station Will Be Located on East Third Street "The House of WhisDers" ! ho.l. ulcd for Thursday. It i tion of William Johnston's famous story by the same name. The author himself has said that he is nlenurvl with the way the story has been used on the screen, and declares that it is "vastly vetter" than the original story which he wrote. J. Warren Ken van stars. i i ou can nave me ravening journal mailed to you anywhere in Nebraska or adjoining states until Jan. 1 for only 75 cents or including the big Sun day Journal for $1. It costs more to produce a morning paper, therefore the price for the Morning Journal to Jan. 1 is $1, with the Sunday $1.25. Take your choice. They are Imtix complete twenty-four hour papers j;nd tne biggest bargains offered. The Evening is $4 a year or $5 with Sun- lay, and the Morning h $! a year oi $) with Sunday. The Journal is the 11 only morning paper printed in Liiu-oln nd on rural routes is a full day al:e:id f m'inv ntliof n?irni'2 i H h tl-n nura ' M'P j rr t i a .. 5 ueraia ant aci3 lwesuus. ir?tt::K:rnntn:nn:nan:t-KmtnWJ: We will carry hijrh test gasoline both for stimmer and winter months. I'oth grades will be high test, pure and clean full of pep and energy. ; We will also carry a full line of highest test lubricating oils by the pint, quart or gallon. We will carry a complete line of high test lubricating oils and greases which will be sold in drums, barrels and original containers at wholesale In addition to this service we will operate our tank wagon service in the city limits and deliver the best gfades of radiant kerosene and gasoline. J v ' ' i All business will, be conducted on a cash basis unless otherwise agreed on. We will appreciate your patronage. H M. Nolan & Co. Some weeks ago his mother-in-law bought a stylish tailored suit for her self and had it charged (ft Kin. . Me paid the bill, but since then has refus ed to back hfr. There are really two breeds ,f T. W. W.'s: the Induli i::l Workers of the World tnd the Indu.-trious Workers of the World. "Fifty years ago," spoke Grandpop Gundy, j otc-r Jay, "there was ijuite a popular song called, 'I Wrecked My Constitution by Gettin' Drunk Again.' And even in this day," continued the eld gentleman, "the same sort of fel lahs are would be Constitution-wreckers." little above the average and the qual ity good while the price U just f;;ir. Frank Trenkle, Mr?. Charles Tren kle and daughter, Gladys, attended the Indian show in Alliance Monday nisrht. Ed Zochol made a business trip to lis old home in Siouk county last' Monday, returning Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Lorence attended the funeral Tuesday. of Charles J.hn-.n list Tanlac is a splendid tonio and sys tem purifier, now soiling a' Hie i-aie of almost Ten Million bottles n year. F. E. Holsten. W Men in all Walks of Life succeed or fail according to their ability to save. It is with his savings that the working man buys a home for his family. It was the professional man's savings that enabled him to attend college and reach the goal of his ambition. The money saved from his profits in the small shop or store, helped the business man to en large his place and make it a big business. All these men have made themselves valu able assets to their community. They are de sirable citizens, commanding the respect and admiration of their fellow7 men. Today is the day for you to open an account at this reliable bank and make your start on the road to success. We Pay 5 Interest on Time Deposits. First National Bank rWBffi HJp?,. .. Jffi, ; mm V SAF AN UR Chiropractic Gains Big Headway D. D.: PALMER was the only person who, knew the principles of Chiropractic in the year 1895. . ' ; Today 10,000 Chiroprac tors are practicing this won derful health science. Five percent of the American population fully 5,000,000 have taken these adjust mentsjust because they get desired results. Understand this science isn't a fad or fancy it has convincingly demonstrated its worth. It delivers. No matter what your ailment may be, come to us. We will help you. H, WAY THE DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH SERVICE ALLIANCE HKMLNGFOUD