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ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1921.
We have just unloaded a second car of new potato sacks and we can fill your order for any amount. O'Bannon & Neuswanger. Budweiner on draught at Wm. Kln Company. Try it once. F-90-2-4-6 DIRTHS To Mr. anl Mrs. DarM W. Tuesday, October 11, a girl. Boag, Mayors", bankers, lawyers, promin ent government, state and county offi cials, prominent business and profes sional men and Ministers of the Gos pel have endorsed Tanlac F. K. Hoi sten. 02 Herald Want Ada are read. Our Stock is Now Very Complete Ivory DuPont Pyralin See that each piece is stamped as above when purchasing. You Obtain the Rest Quality Ivory Goods Hershman & Scotten ALLIANCE DRUG STORE 214 Box Hutte Avenue Phone 132 OF COt'R IT PAYS. Who says business is Rlack? Ten to one it's the fellow who is making no especial effort to corral his share of the shekels that are being spent, even in these so-called hard times. When prosperity won't vol unteer of its own free will, it can be conscripted by means of news paper advertising. There's no question that people will buy, even in such times, if the product is right, the price is right and they get the right treatment by the merchant and, in addition fo these essentials, the prospective buyers must be told or the mer cuandi e. Advertising in local newspapers is the best and the least expensive way to spread the word that you have something to sell. A" AMipnr instance is furnished by Harry Thiele's drug store. Mr. i meie is a consistent advertiser. He keeps at it steadily, uses plenty of space, offers good stuff at fair prices, and he gets results. During the past week this stove disposed of four Victroias, three diamonds and a lot of other mer chandise. The diamonds and phono graphs are in the classes of luxur ies, but they sold anyway. There are always prospective customers who can be induced to buy, provided you keep on inviting them to your store, and make them welcome when they get there. Incidentally, Mr. i'hiele believes in utilizing plenty of space in all newspapers ut his disposal. He be lieves in reaching every ' possible customer. He doesn't do all of his talking to any one crowd. It pays him and every other merchant will find it profitable. RANDOM SHOTS t An Alliance Bank says in a rcecnt advertisement . SOMEONE IS SAVING YOUR MONEY Do you know that the Model Cleaners and Tailors are having money for hundreds of Alliance folks every week, and we are willing; to save some for you? When you have a suit to clean and press call 18. SUITS PRESSED 50c SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED $1.50 Ladies or Men's Same Price . WE DO BEST WHAT OTHERS DO WELL MODEL Cleaners Phone 18 We Call and Deliver Chamber of Commerce (Dy Mrs. Lloyd C. Thomas. Secy.) The attendance at the weekly lunch eon, given each Monday noon at the ciuo rooms, is increasing in a jrratify ing way. There were twenty-eight present last Momlay noon and four in teresting shoit talks were made by out-of-town visitors. You are invited to attend these luncheons and to bring wun you, a your guests, men from out of the city. Problems of interest to Alliance and western Nebraska are nscussei. a nome-cookeu meal is served und the reasonable charge of fifty cents is made. By phoning the secretary' at phone 4 Monday morning you will insure a reservation being made for you. :nmmnttmmnntHmnnmnu Welcome to the Harvest Home Festival Palace Meat Market Phone 131 Alliance, Neb. GerFord Tickets with every $1.00 Purchase. Four Money Savers LOT NO. 1 1 Post Toastie 1 lb. 13. C. Coffee 1 jar Dried Deef 1 l)ox Tourist Crackers 1 can No. 2 Tomatoes All for $1.00 LOT No. 2 1 can N0.2V2 Pineapple 1 box Echo Wafers 3 cans Carnation Milk 1 can K. C. Baking Powder. All for $1.00 LOT No. I 1 7 Bars Naptha Soap For $1.00 LOT No. 3 1 box Washing Powder 1 can Lye. 4 bars C. W. Soap 2 cans L. H. Cleanser 1 bar P. O. Soap. All for $1.00 WHIPPING CREAM, PER PINT 30c Also get a lottle of that Fresh Milk from Guy Rust's Dairy. HEADQUARTERS FOR QUALITY MEATS We are making a special effort to handle only the best No. 1 meat, for we have found in the past that QUALITY is the first point considered and price the next. Visit our market and be convinced that we sell the BEST for less all the time. Fresh Dressed Hens and Springers; by Fresh Dressed we mean dressed Saturday morning. Palace Market Phone 131 We Deliver K. H. McDevitt, member of the pro duce firm of AicUavitt Hrother Brownsville, Texas, is in the city for he purpose of getting in touch with potato rowers and local commission men. Mr. McDavitt represents south ern Texas potato growers who ai-e in the market for a large amount of seed potatoes to be shipped from Box Butte county this winter. He is being as sisted in getting in touch with com mission men and growers by the chamber of commerce. Box Butte county potato growers have the oppor tun'ty to connect up with permanent customers in the south for seed grown here for which they will receive good prices, if the grower is willing to prop erly grade his seed. An informal "information bureau" is maintained by the secretary at the offices of the chamber of commerce. Out-of-town visitors to Alliance who desire information regarding the city or its business firms are welcomed at the olVice, where they will be cour teously treated and assisted in every way possible. Mail inquiries are being constantly answered. Some which come in are immediately referred to local business men for attention, while others are answered directly. Mnnv compliments have been re ceived by the chamber of commerce on the lecture given at the Armory last Mondiy evening by V. H. Farley of the National Cash Register company. A p-oo-1 crowd wns present and Mr. Farley expressed h'mlf as being mifh gratified ever the interest shown. Alliance and its citir.ens were g'ven extended favorable ment!on in the His tory of Western Nebraska, just off tho nvm. u-hirh is now hp;nir dis- I tributed. This set of books is in three volumes and was published under the ' direction of Giant L .Shumway of Soottsbluff, ed'tor-in-chief. Countv Judge Ira E. Tash is the historian of Box Bute county and his articles make some mighty interesting reading. Oh, well, it costs less to join thr Klan than it does to get into the non partisan league. Even counting in the price of the robe, the klansman saves $1.50. Actual conversation (one-sided): "What is this 'Babe' Ruth? Is it a man? 'Babe Ruth' sounds like the mane of a horse to me. Ball player, you say oh, yes, he's a pitcher." This isn't as painful as though you took one of them to a ball game. Ah, ha! "Clean Dancing Week" starts November 28. Oh, well, a week is about as long as it will last. We have just learned that the tem permental movie stars out at 'lolly wood demand music while they act. Only the wild strains of one of the wilde.-t jazz orchestra could oxpl.iin those dizzy pictures in which Gl.ulys Brockwell is always found. From the Kick Column of the Ne braska City Press: "A womjn .who commends us for our fight again.st the short skirt called in person to olfor congratulations. She didn't Tool v.s. however. She is bow-lcr.jeil." The easiest occupation, we ;tre told i.; a street sweeper in i one-horse town. One of the handsome waitresses ut the Alliance Ilut-tel took a pleasant rose dive over a dog the otlvr cwn- w:r, as an interlude between p.-is.-ing out p'e and drawing coffee. The net drew considerable applause, but no tn core was staged. ' The next number on the program will be Willie Bust, the champion pie- eater of Antioch. Lie for Today. "No. 1 haven't even attended a meet ing of the klan." Time brings about some peculiar changes in the public attitude. It ha.'n't been so very many years since federal laws prohibited dissemination concerning birth control, and now this subject once taboo, is slated as one of the important topics to be discussed by Piesident Hardings' armament con ference. This year, at least, we neither won nor lo.-'t on the world series. This happy state of affairs is due to the fact that we placei no wagers. We're not obliged to incriminate ourself by saying why we didn't. Can you dance without shame or shimmy? Can you keep on cuddling, yet consider yourself a clean dancer? If so, national clean dancing week shouuln t worry you a bit. On million, eight hundred and ninety-four thousand quarts of beer have been drunk in Berlin during a ten-day festival, recently clo.-ed. This beer was all 13 to 18 per cent stuff. Ap parently, if the festival had continued for only two weeks instead of ten days, all records would have been broken. , The Germans hold the record for beer drinking, of course, but well bet Omaha could beat this record in a walkaway and a week. Even as You and I. Standing in the aisle of a crowded street car two colored youths engaged in conversation. Eph Lightfoot ain't wearin' any silk shirts no more." "Ah'll say he ain't." "An' he is shinin' his own shoes, too." "Ah'll say he is." "An he ain't runnin' no flivver r.o more." "Ah'll say he ain't." "An' you 'member dat twenty dol lar gold piece he used to wear on his watch chain?" "Ah'll say I do." "Well, he's done changed it f juh a Lincoln penny." No Use Talking About Troubles of Stockmen in Western Nebraska Jouvnal-Stockman: "There is not much use in wasting words over the live stock situation in western Nebras ka," remarked Fe.-tus Corrothers of Whitman, who was here with another string of steers. "The troubles of the western stockman have already been told in detail many times and a gloomy story ought not be repeated too often, no matter how true it may be. "Without going into detail, the sit uation is something like this: Cattle are clean and scarce, some . of our stockmen are rather hard pressed fi nancially, money in hard to get, occa sional shipments of she stuff that ought to be held on the range for breeding purposes are being forced in to market, hay is plentiful, freight Alliance needs a band. The Har vest Home Day celebrat;on, to be held in this city tomorrow. Saturday, em phasizes this need. Mr. Mann of the Mann Music & Art Store, who is him self an experienced director, has been laboring valiantly for the past ten days or two weeks in organizing a temporary organization to furnish recessprv part of the program will not ! rates are too high, and no definite be neglected. The local men who are plans are being made for raising cattle giving of their efforts and time in as-1 in the future. histing him bv taking part deserve "We will have three times as much murh creHt for the sacrifices thev are .hay as we will need for feeding stock making. The efforts of Director Mann through the winter and there is prac-, and his associate musicians should beltically no demand for it at any price, given recognition and sufficient sup- If a man wished to purchase f00 or port should be given to a permanent . 1,000 tons of hay, 1 suppose he could oiganization. get t ir less man $a.uii a ion in me stacK, or ai nis own price, western Nebraska might bo called one of the biggest hay-feeding countries in the world at the present time, if only our supply of cattle measured up to our supply of feedstuff s." We have just unloaded a second car of new potato sacks and we can fill your "smokes' cost him $10 a week for nrripr fnr nnv Jimmint trying to think of arguments airainst "Cl Ul dllV dlllUUlll. You will want a bottle of the won derful Tanlac remedy. You can get it from F. E. Holstrn. 92 NOTICE No hunting or trapping allowed on the W. W. Beck property in Garden county. C8to96 F Budweiscr on draught at Wm. King Company. Try it once. F-90-2-4-6 You can't blame a man whose People's Meat Market SAME OLD PRICES BIG HAM AND BACON SALE 23c per pound FANCY No. 1 CREAMERY BUTTER 45c PER POUND GUARANTEED BETTER THAN ANY YOU EVER USED. EVERY DAY PRICES OPEN SUNDAY MORNINGS BEEF CUTS Your Choice of Roasts, lb. 15c Good Tender Steak, lb. 18c Round Steak, lb. , 20c Sirloin Steak, lb. 20c Porter House Steak, lb. 20c Plate Rib Boil. lb. IZllOc Brisket Boil, lb. Sc Hamburger, fresh, lb. 12 'Jc Fresh Liver, lb. 0c Fresh Brains, lb. 12 i2c VEAL CUTS. Veal Roast, lb. 18c Veal Chops, lb. 25c Veal Steak, lb. 25c Veal Stew, lb. 13C PORK CUTS. Whole Fresh Hams, lb. 20c Fresh Hani, sliced, lb. 22c Brookfield Sausage, lb. 28c Home Pure Pork Sausage, lb. 18c Pork Chops, sliced, lb. 22c Dry Salt Pork, fancy, lb 20c Pure Lard, lb. 16c Fresh Meaty Spare Ribs, lb. 15c SAUSAGES. Boiled Ham, lb. 33C Minced Ham, lb. 25c Wieners, lb. 20c Frankfurters, lb. 20c Bologna, lb 20c Dried Beef, lb. 60c CURED MEATS. Morris Supreme Smoked Hams, whole, lb 33c Morris Supreme Bacon, by slab, lb 33c Small Cured Hams, 6 to 8 lb., per lb 15c Fancy Bacon, by Slab, lb. 23c Fancy Hams, whole, lb. 28c Cheese, lb. 28c 'I BUY YOUR LIVE STOCK AND CHICKENS. We Handle Meats, Bread, Butter and Fresh and Canned Milk. People's Meat Market 308 Box Butte Next to Lowry & Henry Garage F. E. Melvin, Prop. Cabba (Moo oeey ge at- 208 Laramie Ave. 1 Door South of Farmers Union Cabbage 3.00 per cwt. Onions 6c per lb. JOHN HILL the use of the weed by his woman folks. jO'Bannon & Neuswanger.