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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1821.
fSllMI"! Illlll Ill 1 11 T 1 1 1 11T TTTflf 1 11 1 1 II n 11 II I IT I r T IITI 1 Hlim " """ iimimmtfrmttnltlMimmM Celebrate- Armistice Day :44 You'll want to See This Masterful Production on November 11 "THE GREAT REDEEMER" A Wonderful Cast Including HOUSE PETERS and Marjorie Daw ADMISSION: The price of a ticket is 50c and War Tax. . Bring ALL the family; we feel sure you'll say: "ITS WORTH THE MONEY A METRO PICTURES CORPORA . TION SUPER-FILM ' The American Legion Committee has witnessed the screening of this story and pronounce it: A MASTER MOVIE GIVEN UNDER THE AUSriCES OF THE AMERICAN LEGION 4i RANDOM SHOTS Alliance consumers t hooch must be these days. The capture of a big still always" makes other bootleggers keep out of sight until the excitement has -died down. . : It you see a ' man with a tongue Tianging out over an inch, know he's ji customer of .Tori's. Consumers of moonshine will be In terested to know that even Tom 8 i brand, manufactured as it was, under .the most favorable conditions, was not .as pure as it might be. In the barrels ' of mash standing in the dugout, the officers found, several dead rats. And Tom undoubtedly tried to be, careful. t '- i " . ' . Rats win "be attracted by corn mash, -and chumps will buy Jiwnemade hooch. ' And Tom's -salesman, who urged prospective customers to change over : and -try his brand because of its "pur might not have seen the rats. Let's give the bootlegger his due. Ihe ats deserve all they get . i- a - -- Tr " " A LIMIT SENTENCE. ,; t -tinnm "Will 25.000 for breach r cf promise be punishment enough for 'The Aggrieved No; I want him to jnarry me. Says Tom Gray Has Plied Trade Hemingford in i -v.rMr pM.t Thft u. S. S. oivtn- i.nxuh a cnjwinl trin to France at a cnrpt-xnense to bring back the "body f America's "unknown hero. l"ln all prebafcility that hero made the in nn TCnclish cattle r ship and was fed on rotten meat all - the way over. ' . Another thing that "depresses a con- 'vcientus editor somewnai, as nuuuw ly he naves the country day by day, is to have a committee of prominent up '. T.rtm jmn in at his Iiirantlv-aDDOint- -ed office and excitedly request him ti " liave an editorial on a given subject immediately, betraying in the course of the conversation their complete. Ig norance of the fact that he's had two on it already. Monongahela (Pa.) Re- . publican. . . - - '. . '-- ' t 1 HYA Astley says hell never contract the tubacco habit. He smokes nothing but cigacretj. ' In sedate and sober Boston, the city council allowed a bill for 252 scarlet . malrsof ladies' hosiery under the guise of "entertainment." It looked had for " the aldermen until it was brought out Y that -the stocking Were worn as deco rations by Back Bay eWity girls who volunteered to act as waitresses when fthat city entertained the medical as- . fciation. The Alliance man who bought six- teen pairs of silk stockings last Christ - mas may have classified them under ? the same "heading. - The police Judge in Geneva, N. Y., j must'beaa credulous soul. Two crap ' ' .. cVnAiaraavM hroucrht before him. who " had beenocaught In the act of rolling the bones. 'They told him they were .shaking to see 'which one should buy the near' beer, and the jadge released -them. y t?a-M omnTil rmlv tm here. there'd be no advantage in calling the --old slaughter nouse a summer reson :. -and going there to 'get the fresh air. OUR" MILITANT CONTRIB. He was only an Indian, but after lis- 4oniTp n the rihali) Ktnriea of a irTOUD - of civilized white men, he walked out J of the bunk house, saying: "I am a Christian, and hose stories are too . -dirty for me." "In choosing a-wife," writes the - age of the Ravenna News," the ear is . a safer guide than the eye," A JOB FOR THE LOAFERS. The Ravenna sage has.it figured out this -way: "A professor of j Science once said there was enougn electricity in a man's body, if brought to a point, to enable him to stand still and run a teh-horsepower electric en- Sine. Can it be that, after all, there may be tome possible use for the loaf- 'rs who stand on the corners?" MISSING WORD PUZZLE, t Discovered by the Chadron Journal in the Hay Springs News.) nn ihnnVa ri due T. E. Westwick for letting us have the last quart of a J. . 1 . i 1 V 1 1 tie naa leu wnen me wnoie : town was out. The fact that he let us have it enabled us to go to press on time. Tho.-e of us who have always on- eidered the English a phlegmatic, un emotional race, will be interested in( the following "Recipe for Love-Male-1 ing." contained in the diary of a young . wife which furnished most of the evi-1 tence for her husband in a sensational I divorce case: ., . "Six ounces ot love. I two ounce of smiliog f ace, two side, Tom Crav ' cantured bv Alliance of- . . ... known in Hemingroro ana naa woricea i up a fair trade in that vicinity, ac-, cording to tne nemingiora uger, which publishes a story that is a queer mixture of rumors, guesses and fact. The Ledger thinks Tom will be missed. It says: "Tom Gray was a partner of Earl Anderson of Alliance who was mur dered last winter by Mrs. McElhaney. It has been known for over two years peddling it in Alliance and Ileming ford and surrounding territory. Offic ers have been watching his movements lor some time dui nave oeen unauie m secure any evidence that would war rant an arrest. "Last July, while the carnival was in Hemingford, Gray had booze in his possession here and officers were after him. One night the officers chased him for Borne distance. They searched his car, but he was too fast for them. He seized the bottle and a? Crimii made a grab for. him, tie dodged around the car and broke the, bottle over one of the tent stakes of the cab aret show. With the destruction of the evidence there was no reason for holding Gray so the chas was aban doned. "It was reported that there were otroml irsllnn of Canadian whisky in the lot of finished produce From all appearances uray nas oeen very in his dealings and several fallows in Hemingford have said it was no diffi culty to get the moonshine from mm in Alliance, and that he never asked any questions as to who might be the person wanting the boo However, there is always a lot of talk of this kind during such a case, that can not Ka 1irt iiTwtn find rannnt be traced to its source. Several about here, how .sm tt tv intiriiRted in the ques ' .... . 1 a - fTmw tion or wnetner me capiurw i and his still will make any difference in the amount or booze tnai can ov w tained on the quiet" after March 8, 1922, any of these lands I that remain unentered will be subject to general aisposiuon, mat i, w t firopriation under any applicable land aw by the general public It is re ported that the restored areas nave practically no agricultural value, but are principally valuabe for " grazing purposes. The preference granted ex- service men m wis restoration is sub ject to prior valid settlement rights and equitable claims. TlinoA tinhnnnv islanders in the ..4U P..IA. uikA in livincr in the BUUlll A VM'IIIV ..w . w - - - - - - - stone age have missed all the Joys of strapnanginK nu fj1"5 i"""" taxes. Grazing Land In Wyominff Opened to Ex-Service Mei 'WWllltlUTT IMPERIAL iiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiintiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiinuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMii!iHiiitiiiiiti!iiiiiiiin: The Savings Habit By executive oriler of October 28, 1921, 3,692 acres of WyomJflg land, all sur-eyed, were excluded from the Bridger National Forest, , because of the low value thereof for forest pur poses. Three thousand two fcunareu and ninety-two acres cf these fends in Evuniton And Lincoln counties, in Evansion Land district, are Open to homestead and desert-land entry for iixty-three days beginning" December 50, 1921, b' ex-servlc men of the world war. ' Filings may be tweRcnUd within the twenty-day period prior to that date, or from December 10 to De cember 29, 1921, inclusive. On and H niwitiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiifiiiiiiiinmrmm Aiiaouncemeiit ' - Miss Beatrice E. Reed will be in Alliance for one week making private demonstrations oi V- Jonteel and Cava Nome Toilet Preparations Miss Reed is prepared to make a per sonal and practical demonstration in your own home. ' -. . - FACIAL OR SHAMPOO FREE OF CHARGE N If you are interested, please call at the , store or phone No. 6, for an appointment. " HOLSTEN'S Mittitttmtttiitinttmn8:;niniiinni;iitmmi We Will Close! ALL DAY " Armistice Day Our Meat Market will be closed all day, Friday, November 11, Armistice Day. Patrons are urged to buy in anticipation, so they will not be inconvenienced. Melvin's Market 508 Box Butte F. E. Melvin - TONIGHT ENID BENNETT IN "SILK HOSIERY" COMEDY "PALS Adm 9 and 27c and W. T. Wednesday, Nov. 9 Lionel Barrymore ' IN 'THE GREAT ADVENTURE" COMEDY . "CLUE MONDAY" Adm 9 and 27c and W. T. Thursday, Nov. 10 Douglas MacLean -IN- J "THE HOME STRETCH" HANK MANN COMEDY Adm 9 and 27c and W. T. The savings habit is what counts these day Any feeling of unrest or uncertainty that might arise during these trying times can be safely put aside when'you have the security of knowing that there is on deposit for you at this bank $ neat,, tidy sum the results of your steady and consistent savings by means of which you can tidever any tempo- rary inconvenience. ".'!w. 'yZ, ' S There was never a better time to start than right nowi The sooner you start the sooner the amounts will pile up to a substantial sum. Laying aside at little each day is easy and you'll never miss it.' And you don't have, to call upon your imagination very hard to realize what a benefit it will be to vou. should you be suddenly called upon to use it. r We Pay 5 Interest on Time Deposits 5 First National Bank Alliance, Nebraska inmniiiiiiiifii! miiimi '"V'tlMlttl'I'milllllllllllllVint How Gasoline Uniformity Affects Motor Operation Instant ignition, quick starts and steady power depend on the mixture of air and gaso line vapor in the cylinders. If you use gasoline of dependable uniformity, it is not difficult to adjust your carburetor so that you get uniform results. . How satisfactory these results are depends, in turn, on the quality and nature of the gasoline. If it is straight distilled gaso line, with a proper proportion of low, inter-. . mediate and higher boiling point fractions, you get instant ignition and lots of power from a lean, clean-burning, economical mixture. Red Crown Gasoline is straight distilled gasoline that meets all the specifications of the U. S. 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