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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1921.
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Christmas Candy Made Here At a Big Saving
KEEP THAT CANDY MONEY AT HOME BY PATRONIZING A LOCAL MANUFACTURER
lWK?MivS (,IFT GIVI,NG MADE EASY In candy there is one kind that means quality, good taste and appreciation THE HOME MADE CANDIES AT THE ALLIANCE CANDY
W e. ffatee full wegiht and all our candies comply with the state and national pure food laws. We also guarantee that any candy purchased from us will satisfy you per
fectly that it represents full value for the price you pay. Order your candies direct from the maker and save money.
Pure Taffy 4 flavors
1 lb. 15c
2 lbs.
5 lbs. 53c
10 lbs.
Peanut Candy
and Brittle
1 lb. 20c
2 lbs. 35c
5 lbs 80c
Coconut Candy
1 lb..
2 lbs
.30c
.50c
Mixed Xmas Candies
1 lb. 28c
5 lbs. $1.20
10 lbs. $2.30
20 lbs. .$4.00
Chocolates
1 lb: .30c
2 lb3. 55c
5 lbs. $1.30
10 lbs $2.30
20 lbs. $4.20
money.
French Creams
and Gumdrops
1 lb. 25c
5 lbs. $1.00
10 lbs $1.80
20 lbs $3.30
Fancy Chinese Baskets $1.30 and up. Fancy Box Chocolates 15c per box and up to $4.00
. Mail orders promptly filled, free city delivery. Special prices to churches and Sunday schools and partic. ir a..' qjantity. ' .
' ALLIANCE CANDY STORE, 210 Box Butte Ave., Phone 27
Quality and Service We Do As We Advertise.
CANDY CANES
The Kind the Kiddies
Like.
They make unique
decorations for Christ
mas trees, and are al
ways welcome nov
elty. Large Stock on Hand
5c EACH AND UP.
In any size you want.
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Nebraska News Notes
he will do at the end of his term in
! March. 1923 is still to be decided. He
; many conclude to remain a resident ol
Nebraska, living at Falls City or Lin-
coin.
' Hospital Welcomes Investigation.
KEARNEY When informed that
anembers of the executive committee
of the American Legion, state head
quarters, would make an inspection of
conditions at the state hospital, with
Tegard to treatment of ex-service
men quartered there, it. J. bidweii,
superintendent, was more than
jpleased.
The superintendent was not severely
critical of his fault finders, with
one exception, that being an ex-soldier
from $100 per month to $10 per month
nd who apparently held that against
he hospital, having no other griev
ance at the time of his discharge.
There ware numerous misstate
anents in reports to the Disabled Vet
erans of the World War in their session
.yat Grand Island last Saturday, Dr.
feidwell asserts. There are only 160
patients at the hospital, its capacity
number, instead of 230 as reported.
On this number only twenty are ex
sservice men, the superintendent staces.
Referring to the $250 per day allow
ed by the government for care t f these
men, Dr. Sidwell said: "Why including
the entire federal and state allow ince
the hospital is not credited with that
sum, for operating purposes, per bay.
It is an absurd statement based tn
doubtedly upon misinformation'
As to other specific cases Mentioned
-regarding food and clothing furnished
lie preferred to make a detailed re
port upon conditions to the author
ized committee when it appeared, he
stated.
Reavis to Retire
"Reavis of Falls City, who has repre
sented the First Nebraska district at
"Washington for the past seven years,
-will retire at the end of his present
4erm. A statement given out Tuesday
noon by Mr. Reavis, in Lincoln, con
firms the information published
two weeks ago that he would
aiot be a candidate for re-election.
The announcement from Reavis
means that Walter L. Anderson of
thi3 city, speaker of the Nebraska
house in the past legislative session,
tand perhaps others will file for the
republican congressional nomination
in the First district. Mr. Anderson's
friends have known for some time that
lie intended to get into the race if the
present congressman did1 not.
Mr. Reavis has received offers from
leading law firms in New York and
Chicago to become associated with
them in the practice of his profession,
iut he has not yet made any definite
arrangements in that regard. What
An Instance of Low Cost.
HASTINGS The high purchasing
power of the low German mark wa
' shown Tuesday in the remittance made
by J. H. Lohmann of 1,400 marks for
the reservation of four first class tick
ets for the Passion jla; at Oberani
mergau, Bavaria, next year and lodg-
I ing and meals lor a party or four, first
class, for a day an I a half. In Am
erican money, the marks cost only a
little over $6. Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Lohmann and Superintendent W. S.
Fast and Mrs. Fast will make an ex
tensive European tour. Mr. Lohmann
lis cashier of the Nebraska National
I bank and Dr. Fast is sunerintendent
of the Hastings State hospital atj
Ingleside.
Beggar Had Bank Account.
GRAND ISLAND Martin Ester
gard was taken in by the police over
Sunday. He had been begging. When
searched the police found certificate
of deposit on a Fullerton bank for
$1,305. Estergaard explained that
when he tried to draw on the bank
they would not let him have it unless
he waived the interest accumulated
since October at which time he made
the deposit. Estergaard was the bene
ficiary of advice and thereupon re
leased. -
The Baptist ladies will have a food
sale at Duncan's Grocery Saturday. 4
We will buy your furs'
and hides. 0'Bannon &
Neuswanger. 4-7
ELLSWORTH
strange and unfamiliar sights from keen rivalry and competition among our of town buyer made this territory
hi; customs since his arrival in Am- both local and state buyers and prices a few times during the season which
er5iC-?' ' " i v. . I Pid for furs at this point is the very forced th trapper to sell at one prie
the comparatively high and some- highest which is quite different from a or ship direct to the market and accept
ovvWv.j ynw iwr nag mvuwu jew yearn previous wnen an occasional wnat was paid. .
THE SPINAL COLUMN
THE SAFE, SANE AND
SURE WAY
CHIROPRACTIC IS
BEING RECOGNIZED.
Chiropractic has been recog
nized by the railroad men .of the
United States as being a very
necessary part of the hospital
system of the railroads, and sev
eral of the Eastern railroads
have recently adopted chiroprac
tic adjustments in connection
with their hospital work, parti
cularly the Missouri Pacific rail
road. Aside from the railroads, the
Franklin Automobile Co. of
Syracuse, N. Y and other large
industrial organizations of the
East have adopted the chiroprac
tic policy for the benefit of their
employes.
Chief among the reasons for
the remarkable growth of
chiropractic is the fact that it
removes the cause of practically
every ill known to mankind, by
relieving the pressure upon the
nerves that carry the life-giving
force to every organ and cell of
the body.
Chiropractic is winning new
converts every day purely upon
its merits. California Breezes,
Aug. 1921.
DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH
Chiropractic Health Service.
Over Harper's Dept. Store.
Mrs. Tacina Acquitted.
SCOTTSBLUFF A district court
jury Monday afternoon declared Mrs.
Paul Tacina not guilty of first degre
murder in connection with the shooting
of Fred Reisbeck, farmer, on the Ta
cina homestead near Minatare on July
17. Mrs. Tacina, mother of four small
children, admitted shooting Reisbeck
three times with a small calibre gun,
but said she did so to protect her hus
band from his assault and, because the
county attorney had told her to do bo.
Will there be a Victrola in your
home Christmas? Come in and see
us, our terms are easy Thiele's. 4
We wiil buy your furs
and hides. , 0'Bannon &
Neuswanger. 4-7
Harry Thiele 13 selling White Ivory
Cologne Bottles and White Ivory Soap
Boxes at 1-3 oil Saturday. 4
LAKESIDE
The ladies' aid society met at the
church last Wednesday.
Ed Tyler rode in from the ranch last
Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. T. M. C. Birmingham and
daughters,' Mary and Ruth, arrived
last week for a visit with friends in
and around Lakeside.
Chatles Barneby went to Alliance to
attend a meeting of bankers Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilson were in
town Thursday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Osborn and
daughter, Viva, and James Hanley and
Dale Pollard went to Alliance Thurs
day. Mrs. Andrew Strick and her mother,
Mrs. Coe, returned from Alliance
Thursday, where Mrs. Strick had been
in the hospital for a few days.
The Messrs. Cy Thompson, James
Burlington and Roy Strong were down
from Alliance last Thursday.
Bill Flagg'and Glenn House drove
out to the Joy ranch Friday.
A. W. Tyler was called to Alliance
Thursday on account of the illness of
his son. Walter, who underwent an
operation at the St. Joseph's hospital
at that place Wednesday night.
Harvey Whaley drove to Alliance
Thursday evening and brought the
Messrs A.. W. Tyler and Charles
Barneby home.
Mrs. Coe returned to her home at
Hoi yoke, Col., Friday after spending a
week with her daughter, Mrs. Strick.
Jack Ballenger of Bingham visited
friends here Friday and Saturday.
R. A. Westover is driving a team
for the Lakeside Development com
pany. 1
Haorld Fessenden was down from
Alliance last Friday.
Jake Herman was in from the ranch
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cook and Mrs.
L. E. Berry and daughter were Alli
ance visitors the latter part of the
week. I
Mrs. Frank Cody and children were
shopping here Saturday. I
Roy Hudson came up from Hyannts !
Saturday to spend the week-end with
his family here. j
Frank Kicken and son, Boris, were
in from the ranch Saturday afternoon.
Mr. West went to Anlioch Monday,
fo get medicine for his wife who is on'
the s-tck h.-t at the time of this writ
ing. .
Mrs. Geo. Lindley is suffering with
A. Moore was an Alliance visitor
Monday returning Wednesday.
The Misses Anna and Myrtle Arms
motored to Alliance Wednesday, re
porting the roads in very good shape.
C. C. Jameson spent Thursday and
Friday in Alliance on business.
Misses Margaret, Mabel and Eugene
Kennedy visited ' in Alliance Wednes
day returning Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Kennedy who had been visiting
her daughter, Mrs. G. R. Schafenberg
and son Edward of Casper, also re
turned Thursday afternoon. .
J. B. Kennedy and Father Nally of
Hyannis were dinner guests at the
J. L. Young home Wednesday evening.
J. L. Young was an Alliance busi
ness visitor Monday.
While buvinr furs south of Ells
worth. recently John hchonard obtained
a coyote skin of excellent quality and
in prime condition. The pelt was sold
to W. F. Seebohm who plans to have
same made into a small rug, and this
skin will no doubt make a most beau
tiful article as the coyote was quite a
prize.
Father Nally, who has been assigned
the Hyannis doicese which includes
Ellsworth, visited at the Kennedy
home Wednesday and Thursday hold
ing services Thursday morning.
Father Nallv only two weeks previous
landed in New York from his native
land, Ireland, and he reported many
IMPERIAL
THEATRE
TONIGHT
Shirley Mason
IN
"WING TOY"
A beautiful love story
as ever told. '
SHORT SUBJECTS
Adm. 9 and 27c and W. T.
SAT., DEC. 10
"Peck's Bad
Boy"
-FEATURING
Jackie Coogan
A 1921 VERSION.
MUTT & JEFF
KINOGRAMS
Adm. 9 and 36c & W. T.
SUNDAY, DEC. 11
VAUDEVILLE
4 ACTS i
THOTOPLAY
'THE GREATER
CLAIM"
COMEDY
P ATI IE REVIEW
Adm. 20 and 50c & W. T.
ifirof tfie.Jfour
Back and forth swings the pendulum of the
clock. "Tick-tock, tick-tock" it seems to say,
and, listening; closely you can almost hear the
words "Christmas is near, Christmas is
near". And Christmas IS near. You haven't
much time left to do your shopping and
time is clipping.
Nothing you can give will be more appreciated than a piece of
g- Furniture. A Cedar Chest, Tea Wagon, Table or Floor Lamp, Li- S
& brary Table a hundred and one things to delight - the whole f am-
o ily. Satisfy yourself that the gift you want is on our floor. It will j
g: save you time and' trouble to bring your list and make your selec- &
S tion from our stocks. ft
. $
I This Is a FURNITURE Christmas J
CONVENIENT
TELEPHONE STANDS
Give your wife the same convenience
that you have in ypur office. Buy her a
stand made especially for holding the
telephone, , '
Besides its convenience, it adds to the
elegance of the household furniture.
OUR DOLL CARRIAGES
are designed and manufactured by the
makers of our baby cabs. They will last
for years and delight the heart of any lit
tle girl. -
We also have a fine assortment of
Child'8 Rockers, Doll Beds, Kiddie Kara
with rubber tires. Juvenile Desk Site and
many, many other articles, all made to
give service to young Americans
r
IF YOU LOVE HER
GIVE HER A CEDAR CHEST
And a Cedar Chest like this one will
gladden the heart of any woman. They
make such excellent places to keep those
summer things away, where the inoths
won't reach them. This one is made of
genuine Tennesee Red Cedar, a beautifully
finished chest, one you should see. We
will gladly show it to you. ' '
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HE WANTS A SMOKER
Every man wants a smoker why not
give him one from our fine selection. They
are beauties, this year's latest - designs.
Come in and give us the pleasure of show-
ing you our offerings. We know we can
please the one who buys as well as the
recipient of this convenient article.
This Is a FURNITURE Christmas
This ia a
FURNITURE
Christinas
Geo. D. Darling
113-117 West Third St.
Alliance, Nebr.
This is a .
FURNITURE
Christmas
jan attack of rheumatism.
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