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;iHii:i:i;iri;i;iitHn:8nmsiiiitniinHt;nitt;;ti;;iiiiii!tniiinMnnmm: BIG TRIPLE ATTRACTION Thursday NOV. 3 Thursday NOV. 3 THE FAMOUS HALLO WELL CONCERT CO. IN CONCERT AT THE IMPERIAL THEATRE, FEATURING J. A. WENTZEL, THE FAMOUS BARITONE Followed By a Big Dance at the Roof Garden WM. FARNUM IN ADDITION TO BIG SUPER SPECIAL See "THE TALES OF TWO CITIES" THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1921. All for the price of less than one admission 75c and W. T. Having rented the Roof Garden outright for the night, we are able to give our patrons the advantage of these low prices. Without Imperial Tickets, Dance is regular price, $1.10. Spectators 25c. 0 - Tickets Now On Sale at THIELE'S and HOLSTEN'S Drug Stores :mHiiiiiiiMiiiiiiMinMniHiiiiiHMMiiiiiiiititHmmmmnmtiiniiiiiiiiiiititit; iimmmmHmmnmmnmrnmmsttmnfflnmtmmiiiiiiiiumiimti "i'nmiiiinimiiii)ii"imminmTf RANDOM SHOTS A bit of cheering news for the con ductor of this column comes by way of a postcard from the self-confessed imitator of Abe Martin, who lives at IBridfreport and keeps his identity a secret, but otherwise is apparently a normal human. Abe Martin II prom ises to contribute more or leas regu Jarly in the future, provided the wife doesn't act up and the children keep their health. It's a mighty mean man who'd steal -a good joke from a competitor. Other wise we'd tell the 6tory which ends: "'Hey, missus, look at yer boy!" Ad vertisement. A circular addressed to the "Finan cial Editor" brings the news that there -was a large Portland cement output in Septemler. Details concerning the "'solid h'ory" harvest are not at hand, but reports are that much of it still ingarnered. Now that the Ku Klux Klan has put Abe Martin II. Though Mrs. Maybelle Gidley con tinues to get up husband Kin's meals for him and Maybelle is a good cook yet, owing to what is hoped is only a temporary coolness, she's just at present, like the sample copies that come through the mails, under separ ever, do not apprehend Ma j belle's go ing permanently on the single list just wait till winter comes and the weather gets what you might call cold. Said Uncle Si Huff at the black smith shop yiste'day: "Years ago there was a rhyme that ran like this: " 'Leaves have treir times to fall, And likewise so have I; The reason, too's, the same It comes o' getting' dry. But there's this difference 'twixt the leaves and me:' "And, boys, I've clean forgot the rest of the inspired verse; can't think any more what the difference is. But, Si sighed, "I don't know's there's much difference in these days, anyhow." Abe Mooker wanted to know which letter of the alphabet is used most and which least Johnny Gidley, of the third grade, as he passed by to school ELLSWORTH. (Too Late for Last Issue.) T. B. Shrewsbury, road overseer for district No. 40, announces that he has something like five hundred dollars road funds to spend on some of our many "fine spots" and that work will start Tuesday morning, the coal shed and Shrewsbury hill to be fixed first. After this is done there will be no im passable places between Ellsworth and (Lakeside and outside of these places the roads are in fair condition, al though this has been the longest per iod without rain and that is an essen tial for the keeping in conditioa of sandhill roads. An extra gang consisting of mostly Greek laborers is assisting the local POINT OF ROCK CREEK Mrs. Audrey Nichols visited with relatives over Sundny and Mrs. Lore motored her back to her school, ac companied by Mr. and Mrs. R. Nichols. Dr. and Mrs. Woolis was callers at A. Lore's Saturday evening. The dance for Mr. and Mrs. Howard Essex at Mm. Essex, wa3 well attend ed and everyone enjoyed themselves and a supper was served. Carl Hashman called at A. Lore's Saturday evening. Miss Rebecca Schwaderer was a cal ler at her home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Darling of Alliance were callers in Snake Creek vicinity Sunday. There will be a dance at John Dus- section forces in work on the Burling- kjn's Saturday evening. I ton road bed laying new ties and ' D0de Riley i3 runnin runninir a new Ford aligning track before tne Daa winier roadster. weather sets in. There are about fifty . , nmnre Howe while motorimr home men in the extra gang. . ' from Alliance, fell asleep and when he and had some one pull the car out the next morning. Mrs. William Bowlen Is on the sick list. Ernie Essex is hauling lumber for a new shed. Mr. Hoffland from Alliance haa bought McCorkle's com and is going to picking now. Green's were callers at Nichols day last week. Elex Underwood motored to Al Mabin a Sunday. one 1 Mr. and Miss Bums was out to ie about school Monday. v - There's fun in store for you at tha Presbyterian C. E. Halloween party at the church Friday evening, October 28. 93-94 Maybe a pretty good place to fight the divorce evil would be at its source Too many people do not know what to do with the great outdoors except to eat in it Foster Johnson shiDDed six loads of cattle to Chicago markets Monday. T. B. Shrewsbury also shipped a car of cattle to the St Joseph market. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wightman en tertained at progressive whist Satur-i Aav pvpninir. the usual iollv trood replied, "The answer's E-Z." As the bunch being present The grand prize . it i i i u- - al. i i . . r i i i t woke up, hia car was in the ditch and Osmore had to walk on to the dance -Atlanta, Ga., on the map, and shown 1 smaU boy turned the corner, Abe look-, for the gentlemen was received by J: "the Georgians how easy it is to get rfree advertising, a lot of Atlanta firms are doing their best to get by -with some of that stuff. The Georgia Railway and Power company have put us on their list and this morning we get a lot of interesting dope showing now prosperity is returning to Atlan ta. The cotton crop has matured about 1 twenty days early; building permits re looking up; they're building roads And bridges; fall buying is brisk, and the crop of yams has never been bet ter, this year's yield being estimated at 14,392,000 bushels. It's a privilege to live in Georgia. ISven if vou don't exactly approve of the Ku Klux Klan, no thinking man an have anything to say against the ;yam crop. Deep Stuff. Angelina Don't tell me you haven't ibeen kissing other girls. Al Why, I never Angelina Yes, you have. One of your yumyum letters to me was de livered by mistake to the girl next Ioor. For the best diagram of this joke, showing the point clearly, which Teaches this office by 6 p. m. Satur day, a prize of one slightly used type writer ribbon (Remington) will be awarded. The joke is not the best in the world, but neither Is the prize Ole Buck: A Harvard man says when he dies he wants bankers for pall tearers. He says the bankers have carried him so long he wants them to xnish the job. The linotype operator on the Sidney Ia.) Herald recently took unto rum self a wife, and this is the way in which the editor offered hia good wishes. It's intelligible to printers and interesting to ordinary mortals "May your sorts stacker always work nrooerly. may never a wrong font come down the channel, may your lines alwavs be cast true and stand on their feet; many you always keep an ve on the elevator and our final wish "is that your distributor work freely, that your assembler will continue to -s-ather in nicely without 'pi and that rou get a slug of prosperity and hap piness lor aye. Another Subscription Argument. "Mv friend." said the inquisitive terson. "I see you have an armful of mpwisnaners." "Your eyes do not deceive you, sir," TPnlioH the shabby citizen. "Ahem! ' What do you get out of them?" . "Heat, sir. I sleep under em." It must be simply maddening to the Alliance T. P. A.'s to discover that the esteemed State Journal, led astray by the use of the word "post in the dis patch sent in by their correspondent, should give the Alliance American Le gion credit for putting on the big wild luck feed last jaaturuay. ed after him and remarked, bewilder-ed-like, "Well, I wonderl" Mr. Brown, of South Dakota, was in Bridgeport between trains, this L. Young with a fifty-seven score, and with the ladies, Mrs. F. J. Ellsburyi obtained the grand prize with a longj lead of sixty-five points while in the me i u C: m c-,u free-for-all. U. L Murnny was Iiuc&y uiic 11c kuuu vim? tio m mensely enjoyed by all until a late v. .bA. tioivitu vAft-alimentji ilUUI OlhCI WIUVH Colorado, "It is always a matter of consterna tion and concern with me," said for mer Prof. Eliot Herring, "to read a presumed quip that has two, three or more possible points, but which, on the other hand, I am disposed to suspect hasn't even one point" "I wouldn't mind helpin' the wife do the weekly washin'," said Napoleon Muzzy yeste'day, "u it wasnt mat just as I think I can go down town she always speaks up and says, "Now the bluing-water.". Harrv Thiele sells a cough syrup that is vertainlv a eoeetter for couirhs and colds, calls it Thiele's Mentholated Syrup of White Pine with lar. Just ask for Thiele's Cough Syrup, they'll know what you want 96 Tanlac has been an unfailing source of comfort to millions throughout the length and breadth of this continent Have you tried it for your trouoiesi F. E. Holsten. 95 Washington reports that the cost of living has declined 21 per cent in year, lr they were aDie to gei inw touch with that, Mars ought to be easy. The Sunshine Kid brings up a good loint for theological discussion wnen nks; "If there ain t no cats in heaven, where do they get the strings for the harps; A workingman, one of the fellows who drew big wages during the war, nftprinsr to trade three silk t-hirts for a flannel one. It's going to be a cold winter. were served and the guests departed not before many and earnest expres sions of their enjoyment of a well and pleasantly spent evening. An optimist is a man who believes the flies are looking for a way to get out Modern detectives are learning to look in the skyscrapers for the man higher up. BOYS' ATTENTION! Are you interested in Electiicity and would you like to know more about A class in experimental and practical electricity is being formed. If you want to get in on this, phone 233 or see C. A. DOW WYOMING HOMESTEADS We are now actively en gaged in locating home seekers on desirable 640 acre grazing homesteads in central Wyoming. The ear lier you go the better the choice. Our charges are extremely reasonable, con sidering the service render ed. Inquire. FARMS and RANCHES We have several custom ers for good Box Butte farms and sandhill ranches. Submit full description and prices with terms on your property. ALLIANCE CITY PROP ERTY Desirable renters want vacant houses or rooms. What have youT We have a few customers for snaps in city property. Come to our office in the Reddish Block Phone 20. The Thomas Company LLOYD C. THOMAS, Mgr. Alliance, Neb. ' People's Meat Market SAME OLD PRICES BIG HAM AND BACON SALE 22c per pound Read Prices Carefully. Plenty of Help. You Won't Have to Wait FANCY No. 1 CREAMERY BUTTER V 45c PER POUND Guaranteed Better Than Any You Ever Used. EVERY DAY PRICES OPEN SUNDAY MORNINGS Burgess Flashlights BRIGHTEN THE DARK CORNERS 1 The long life of the battery is the test of its value. TRX ONE. Rhein Hardware Company Prompt and Courteous Service BEEF CUTS Your Choice of Roasts, lb ; .-..-.15c Good Tender Steak, lb. 18c ' Round Steak, lb. . 20c Sirloin Steak, lb. ; M ,20c ' . Porter House Steak, lb. 20c Plate Rib Boil, lb 10c Brisket Boil, lb. 8c Hamburger, fresh, lb. 12 Vic Fresh Livor, lb. .. 10c Fresh Brains, lb 12 Vic i. . VEAL CUTS - i. Veal Roast, lb. . . . 18c Veal Chops, lb. 25c Veal Steak, lb. ... 25c i Veal Stew, lb. 15c ' ' PORK CUTS Whole Fresh Hams, lb. ... 20c Fresh Ham, sliced, lb. ..22c Brookfield Sausage, lb. 28c Home Pure Pork Sausage, lb ..... 15c Pork Chops, sliced, lb. 22c Dry Salt Pork, fancy, lb. . 20c Pure Lard, lb 15c SAUSAGES Boiled Ham, lb. 35c Minced Ham, lb. .20c Weiners, lb. ; 20c Frankfurters, lb. 20c Bologna, lb. , 20c CURED MEATS Morris Supreme Smoked Hams, whole, lb. ...33c Morris Supreme Bacon, by slab, lb. 33c Fancy Bacon, by slab, lb. .... 23c Fancy Hams, whole, lb. ; 28c Cheese, lb. 28c PETER'S DAIRY 'MILK. I BUY YOUR LIVE STOCK AND CHICKENS We Handle Meats, Bread, Butter and Fresh and Canned Milk People's Meat Market 508 Box Butte Next to Lowry & Henry Garage F. E. MELVIN, Proprietor.