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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1921.
TlTRETi , f RANDOM SHOTS Alliance tutoistg who may have oc casion to jro to Hemingford after dark should have a care. The town mar shal, in a signed statement last week, nnounced that henceforth he will rif May Increase Train Service to Towns m NorthPIatte Valley An inquiry has been made by L. W. Wakely, jreneral passenirer airent of the Burlington railroad of the agents Jdly enforce the center parking regula- at Morrill, ScottsblutT, Minatare and 4ion and the headlitrht law. It's a noble Bayard with reference to a proposed1 mhitinn Kt ho nw. k,.i increase in the Daaaenirer service oven -........., vo v. yjV.M ... . f ..,"... . i nirs. nnuuiKcr. pits, uisjiwn mi ins depth and his authority when he "V, " " - hSSIi i T . ! Goldie HarrU wcr ca,,ra th announces that he w "confl.icateH Scottsbluff Star-Herald. The letter , c..i u o,i,. river. The western lines have now over 6,000 miles of trackage and be tween 700 and 800 locomotives are now required to handle the traffic - HERE A Ed Whittaker, Fred Clayton and Ralph Harris went on a hunting trip to Lakeside Sunday. Laura Calmer and Fxlgar Hash man were Alliance callers Sunday evening. Mrs, Whittaker. Mrs. Clayton and -announces that he will "confiscate Any car whose owner doesn't obey the Saw. Maybe the plan Is to make the ftne high enough so that the owner -will wish the car had been confiscated instead. also asks the agents to secure the opinion of the citizens of the towns as to the plan. There is every indica tion that if the plan meets with favor . it will be adopted by the railroad. Pursuant to a request by L. W. Back in Aurora there was once a wakely, general passenger agent of 3ustice of the peace who condemned a e C. B. A Q. railroad, a suggested man to die, but the prisoner wasn't P,an y that "ad to increase the pas scared until the district Judire started senger service in the North Platte Aalking the same way. If the marshal had only spelled it -,confisticate" it would have been a real Joke. The only thing we can't freely for jtf ve Hemingford is the occasion when Alliance business men attended a road meeting there. No you're wrong nobody cared about getting the nup- averry, vui nun vui vi ven ium iu Teal I v aenrrieved because a man was I valley as well as to greatly enhance Snarl home Sundav. Charles Calmer and sons, Clark and Tim, have gone on a vacation. There was a small attendance at Sunday school last Sunday. We urge a larger attendance in the future. The box social was well attended and a good time was reported There's fun in store for you at the Presbyterian C E. Halloween party at placed on guard to keep Hemingford s opinion thus -gathered be conveyed jguests from smoking. to the general offices of the company. I The plan as proposed is that train : The worst he could have done was No. 810 be carded to leave Morrill at Ao confiscate the cigars. 7:30 each morning, arrive at Scotts- I bluff at about 845: a. m. and at Everybody enjoyed, the trip home, Bridgeport at 9:45, connecting with the convenience of travel by those de- the church Friday evening, October sirine to utilize the mam line or the xh. va-vv Burlington, has been turned over to Secretary Mack, of the chamber of commerce of that city by Agent Chambers. The letter from Mr. Wakely is also addressed to the agents of the rail road at Morrill, Mitchell, Minatare and Bayard, and aska that the topic be taken up with the commercial or ganizations of those places and the We have just unloaded a second car of new potato sacks and we can fill your order for any amount O'Bannon & Neuswanger. ii,HiniiH iiiiiwifyi'wif yi'Wf iy,!ll'i!'!l!'lll especially the smokers. The next time we sro to a public meeting at Hemingford, somebody has train 806 from Denver to Alliance. It would then turn around, and leave Bridgeport on the schedule as the pres ent, hrincr the Denver maunmin nnrt jgot to swear on the Good Book that mail up the valley as far as Morrill. arriving in this city from the east at 11:20 as it now does. - The purpose of this earlier schedule down the valley would be to permit passengers to catch train 30C, thus putting them into Alliance at 11:05 a. m. in time to catch train 44 on the main line from Lincoln and Omaha at 11:20 and train 43 for the west at 1:26 p. m. The convenience of the proposed ad dition can be well understood by any who have attempted to get over the main line of the Burlington and were forced to be awake all night to catch No. 41, or wait at Alliance thirteen hours for No. 43. Mr. Wakely calls attention to the fact that the present "turn-around" train has been in use since 1916, and requests the agents to ascertain the sentiment of the people of the valley and whether or not they would appre ciate the change. He states that it would mean quite a bit of additional expense to the Burlington, possibly from $G00 to $800 per month, but that perhaps the additional traffic secured when convenient connections for Lin coln, Omaha and other eastern points as well as for the Black Hills, Sheri dan and Billings is offered may pay part if not all of the additional cost. The Burlington road has put on two new freight trains out of Scottsbluff daily east and west, these trains being especially designated to give local service. The Burlington is placing its rolling stock and motive power in the beat of shape for future emergencies. It was stated that many cars have been off of the lines for some time and they are now being returned rapidly . When the government had control or the Ameri can railroads rolling stock was sent all over the United States and no railroad was permitted to keep its cars. This resulted in a large per cent being ne glected and left in bad shape. It was a case of somebody else not taking as goon care or property as the owner. Ihe lines west of the river have in creased in mileage until they are slightly larger than those east of the the chairman is a smoker. We were suffering enough, without this added cruelty. Look Out for the Red Light. About the saddest story that has reached the editorial ears in months concerns an Alliance-engineer, who took his wife out for an automobile ride the other evening. It was a com paratively warm night, and the roads were in pretty fair shape, so he stray ed from the beaten path a trifle. He tiad gone about three miles on one of these side roads, when, in front of liim, he Baw a Ford automobile parked alongside the road. By the moonlight ihe saw that the car contained a man and a maid, who were forgetful of all ave themselves. So forgetful were they that they had forgotten to turn off the lights on the car. The en gineer saw only the red tail light turning. He knew his running orders, lid the engineer, and he knew that a Ted light may not be passed without definite orders. He drew up to the Tear of the red tail light, and it was 2:30 a. m. before he was able to pro ceed again. These Lincoln visitors all seem to 'ihink that Alliance is hopelessly be hind the times because everyone isn t interested in the University of Ne braska football games. One of the pathetic sights we ever saw was the look in Earl Eager's eyes when he ask ed a business man Saturday afternoon if he had heard how the game came -out. "Sure," said the B. M., "Alliance wonabout 80 to 0." Earl never even explained that it was the Nebraska Hotre Dame game that he had a bet on. He saw it was useless. Sure It'a a Gift. When a man becomes so addicted "to lying and so polished in the art that She gad lie for an hour without repeat ing or "balling up" his story, it is time -to admire and not criticize him. Ne braska City Press. . . Tt' our Idea of a eood joke when "ne neaun auvnunues v huimjiu, investigating the possible source of a tvnhoid enidemic. first examine the wells at the dairies. Of Course They'll Strike. lt.An tViA lute cfnrv since the Call tfWWV Wl fc-' V j --- ' for the big rail strike was issued comes from Denver, where, according to the yarn, a Union Pacific engineer vras reproaching- his fireman for not hoveling in coal fast enough. "That's all right," said the fireman. After November 3 I'll be sitting in 'the seat on the other side of the cab." "Is that so!" asked the engineer, -with fine scorn. "Well, if you are, you'll be sitting in my lap." New Use for Flivver. . Despise not the fliwer. One of our physicians was co-operating wth the stork one night not long ago, when the -electric lights suddenly . went blooey. Hushing to his trusty Ford he focused hao.iKalita thrnuch the window and all was well. The young lady has Veen namea nennena t.uuci, -Mu.-.u i ;" would h am ine UO" ;... j -- ly be either appropriate or euphonious. Scottsbluir aiar-neraiu. M .. . U .mama 1iH me aouar is worm muic, bm.iw ' m SA. llT tnA mitllArMI snow, man it was. u Z' 1 as much from the greater difficulty here is in getting it. Our Own Abe Martin. Our own Abe Martin, who lives in Bridgeport, but whose identity is still a deep and dark blue mystery, kicks -n nrith a few more of his interesting JBM w - make life worth livingr for the hard- - worked man who conducts uus inter- ; Little Jack Nulty ran into the house with nft-shelled ecar in his Tiand. "Look, mamma." Jack panted, 'the old hen didn't have time to finish 3t 'cause I shooed her offn the nest en nuicV. . mfuta a iurtiD on the street Sat urday and nearly capsized their owner, Kaze SnanKS. r or awiuie me twu 'hnva" was a mvsterv. but ' .liorse-sense; what they shied at was n ill osimnanv rircnlar. Said Mrs. Kin Gidley, this mornin, 4 o ri rrVi I ladv. "Wait till I run in And slip on something and I'll go down town with you." men wrs. uiwey turned, and slipped on a banana skin. The Printed Message of Christmas Cheer There is no one item, at such small cost, that ap proaches the Christmas card as a remembrance of a friend by a friend. ' There is nothing that so -cements .the good will of a business institution as a thoughtful greeting to its customers, clients, associ ates and competitors. Without forgetting the sentimental featureof Christmas giving, the print-, ed greeting comes mighty close to being GOOD BUSI NESS for both individual and firm. Place your orders with us now for your Christmas Printing, and be 6ure of early delivery Burr Printing"! Co. Waf s Lessoo The American people have learned to save. Billions of dollars were raised to equip our Army and Navy, and it all came from the pockets of the men, women and even the children of this great country. To help our boys to win, we denied our selves many petty luxuries and invested the money ii Liberty Bonds and War Savings Stamps. Thus War taught us the value of Thrift. Get the Habit if you were able to sacrifice extravagance to help bring peace to the world, you should be willing to keep it up to win success and independence for yourself in later years. Put the interest on your Bonds into a Savings Account at this strong, conservative bank and add part of your pay to it each week. Watch how fast it grows when helped by . 5 Interest on Time Deposits. First National Bank Alliance, Nebraska A Mvsterv Cake o Can you name it ? Here is another new Royal Cake, so delicious and appetizing that we have been unable to give it a name that does justice to its unusual qualities. It can be made just right only with Royal Baking Powder. Will you make it and name it? $500 for tKeM3est Names For the name selected as best, we will pay $250. For the sec ond, third, fourth, and fifth choice, we will pay $100, $75, $50, and $25 respectively. Anyone may enter the contest, but only one name from each person will be considered. All names must be received by December 15th, 1921. in case of ties, the full amount of the prize will be given to each tying con testant. Do not send your cake. Simply send the name you sug gest, with your own' name and address, to the ROYAL BAKING POWDER COMPANY 149 William Street, New York . - How to make it Vt level medturtmetitt far U materiel i ctip tKorfmlng , Gftad rind of H enege I and I yolk 2S cup. flour 4 tMtpootu RoyJ BaUnf Powifae 1 cup milk . lHtuclMM.)ot' niwwMtcfwd choeoUt. (melted) W teacpooa Mil Crrrm tKortmtnf. Aid "J cat and nrd orant. rind. Add fcmtcn CM Tolkc. Slfl tomthet taut. lt nd Kcml Baking , Powder and add attemitelf with the mllki (arrlr (old in on. t atrn cm whit. Dtvid. batwt Into two parti. To on. part add tha chocolara. 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