THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1921.
207 BOX BUTTE
We Call and Deliver
.vy, N Ul Our Car is at Your Service
WE RETURN ALL VALUABLES FOUND IN. YOUR POCKETS
Cleaners of Quality
Mrs. William Steel and Mrs. Anna
Uennett motored to Alliance Wcdnes
tlay returning late the same clay.
J. H. Kennedy And hin son, Eujrene,
spent a few hours in Alliance Wednes
day on business.
II. Lancaster who has Wen cpendinir
the past two months with relatives and
friends in Beardstown, III., his former i
1 .! . . '
nome, is now viRiimjj nis aaugnier in
Alliance for a few days, before return
ing to work here as section foreman.
George Brewster of Crawford will re
lieve him at the station.
Sheriff Bruce of Rushville utopj
a fhort time while en route to La
ride on his return irom Bingham.
County Superintendent Pearl Sum
mers spent the past few days in this
section of the county attending to
school 'interests, driving down from
Bingham Wednesday morning, where
she was a west bound passenger on
Jan. Burton of Bingham drove down
Wednesday bringing Miss Summers.
ed at the C.
C. Jameson inm Tni.'nlil.t v i i j ... ....
day and Wednesday. I his breakfast out of a nanpr W Tt
; ,?l.im te,ntle1 Masonic .further alleged that he has not been
e.iviK uv njraiiiis iieunesuay nlgnt,
wncre me reuow i ran oeirree
A paper devoted to humane societies I
says it is kinder to drown kittens than I
Mrs. P. V.. I.nw and Antiirhiar Anna.
were Alliance visitors Wednesday, Par 01 ino county.
Mrs. Iav going to consult a doctor j E. B. Jameson of Lakeside spent a
regarding her ear which has been few hours with his father, C. C.
causing much trouble. I Jameson, arriving here Tuesday and
S. K. Stewart left ' Thursday for a returning to hU duties at the Lakeside
short business trip in Omaha expect- store Tuesday afternoon,
ing to return about the twentieth.) Mrs. F. M. Broom of Antioch visti-
conferred to him. He returned Thurs
A large new two-ton International
truck en route from Cheyenne, Wyo.,
to Wind River, S. D., had some diffi
culty in passing through this feet ion
of the sand hills Monday. The truck
while having power to burn, was un
able to pull through pome of the sand
passes on account or trie enormous
"Temperance and labor are the two
tmcKvu wiat ne nas not npen 4 .11 i . . . i"jm;uu3 ui man. ian t iz mir-
to a barber for two years. The dis- u ' ZT 1o .T0W V in. strav- Prising how many men make it a busi
patch leaves it in doubt whether he !L neiJhShood 86 f quietneSB - of doging these two particular
shaves himself or Just lets his beard neigh boi hood. physicians,
luxuriate. I - - . 1
mere may De omer evidence which
will prove him irrational, but it 'will
lie mho iook ner over nearly an inis weight and A. Moore was et,! tn
pull them out of a sand pass southeast
The Heaping Clothcsbaskct
When the housewife
looks at the family
clothesbasket on wash
day, she must often
wonder' how she will
ever get them all
cleaned. It is a big
OUR WET WASH DEPARTMENT
, Relieves Her of the Hard Work.
by taking the soiled clothes and bringing them back ready
to dry and iron. They are sorted into two lots and these
Jots washed separately but not mixed with other clothes.
We wrap the colored clothes separately for delivery.
$1.00 a Bundle, plus 5c a lb. over 20 lbs.
Just call phone 160. Orders received before 8:30 are
delivered same day; after 8:30 the following day. Please
mention "Wet Wash" when phoning.
WE ALSO DO ROUGH DRY AT 10c LB.
Alliance Steam Laundry
Takes the "Wash" Out of Wash Day.
Teach Your Child To
Don't allow the children to grow wasteful
and extravagant. Teach them the many ad
vantages of thrift in their young and tender
years. It will grow to be the best habit they
have when life's responsibilities come.
Thrift will teach them the value of every
penny; the wonderful growing power of
money. It will teach your child self-reliance,
and bring him self-respect
" Start an account today for that youngster
S.ta may be..the in the dder of suc
cess in your boy's business life. It will bring your daugh
ter an understanding of money values that will make her
an economical housewife some day; a blessing and help to
her husband and family. e
We pay 5 Interest on Savings Deposits
to help them grow.
First National Bank
not resemble this. He may have money
.nan he Knows what to .do with, but
that only proves him fortunate rather
than unfortunate. Undoubtedly his is
a thrifty disposition, but even though
the modern tendency is .to extravagant
spending, he surely can not be locked
up in an asylum for that In the words
of a bygone slang, this old man is
crazy, like a fox.
of here on the Bingham road.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Moore will spend
Christmas at the home of Mrs, Young
in Ardmore, S. D.
K. J. Stems on the Burlington water
service spent Wednesday afternoon on
company business here.
Miss Margaret Kennedy expects to
spend a few days with her sister, Mrs.
G. R. Schafenberg in Casper after
William Arm of the Tawlett ranch
made a trip to Ellsworth Wednesday
taking out supplies.
Tanlac is well advertised, but adver- Going away on a vacation is ,iome-
tising alone could not have produced times less of a pibolem than trettinir
fui'uiaijty. n uau 10 nave unci.
Was $10,000 "Easy Money" for Bob
Bennett when he had to tell "Nothing
But the Truth" for twenty-four hours?
See the High School play, Thursdiy
night, before you answer the question.
T - .....
ii you are ieeung Dacuy, put yc
troubles away by taking Tanlac F.
merit. F. E. Holaten.
George Jones and S. A. Grimes were
in Alliance the first of the week. They
were looking for three Mexicans who
took same silks from the Lockwood
store without even asking the price.
Mrs. Anna Bowers of Delaware,
who is the traveling secretary for the
Woman's Home Missionary society,
snoKe 10 a good crowd in the M. E.
church here Sunday night.
Lela Cory and Ethel Jones were Al
liance visitors Monday of this week.
Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Mav drove t6
George Jopes and S. A. Grimes were
in Crawford Tuesday of this week to
get the three Mexicans, who were ar
rested and held as the suspected shop
listers in the Lockwood store.
Rev. A. J. May went to Harrison on
Tuesday to assist the team on the
The Ladies of the Congregational
church gave a dinner and banquet at
the Legion rooms last Saturday and
realized a good profit.
The ladies' of the M. E. church
packed and shipped a box of dressed
chickens to the York home on Wed
nesday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. llobart Jones and Mr.
and Mrs. L. II. Jones drove to Alli
ance the first of the week.
, George Wiltsey is slowly improving
and bids fair to recover from a long
siege of sickness, which has kept him '
down tor over two months.
Mrs. William Sailing, who has been
sutiering a severe attack of rheuma
tism, is much better.
Rev. A. J. May who has been work
ing in the interest of the Nebraska
Wesleyan and Methodist hospital, re
turned from Crawford on Friday night.
Ihe play given by the high school
Thursday night at the opera hou.se
was well attended and enjoyed by
Is your liver out of order? Do you
suffer from biliousness, headaches,
constipation? If so, Tanlac is what
you need. t. E. Moisten. o
Mrs. George Lindley and Mrs. Ray
Wils-on were shopping in Alliance the
first of the week.
Mrs. George Cooper was in Lakeside
on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Leishman
were up irom their home south ol
Ellsworth Monday. Mr. Leishman
was a west-bound passenger on No.
Alva Ash wa3 a Lakeside visitor
Dr. Moore of Antioch was in town
The Lakeside Ranch company un
loaded a carload of corn here this
The Lakeside Development com
pany workmen finished putting down
eating in the oil well Tuesday. The
cement work will be next. Then the
gang will go home to spend Christmas
while the new derrick is being
Cecil and Lucille Osborn drove to
Edward Jameson was an Alliance
visitor the first part of the week.
Mrs. Glen. House returned home on
Tuesday morning after a visit at the
DeBord home, northwest of town.
Mrs. George Pollard was an Alli
ance visitor Wednesday.
CRAZY LIKE A FOX.
(Omaha Bee.) ,
Once in a while the heirs of a wealthy
man sue to prevent his wasting
his fortune which by a process of antic
ipation they have come to regard as
theirs. Extravagance in such cases is
held to indicate insanity, and some
times judges appoint a conservator for
No such solution Could be arrived at
for the suit of the wife of a Buffalo
millionaire to have him declared insane
on the groundj that he was too thrifty.
U would be an unheard of thing to ap-
i'""" " iv twr-ak me tieienuani in
spending his money. Although well
able to afford the royal suite at the
best hotel the husband is alleged to
live in a cheap boarding house. In
Head of having his breakfast served
in Ded, or patronizing a cafe where he
would be frerved more food than he
Few American institutions are so
firmly established as the custom of
taking exhaustive testimony after the
harm has been done. ,
We will buy your furs
and hides. O'Bannon '&
Children have very deli-'
cate digestions, easily
disturbed by too much
"dosing." Treat croup
and colds "externally" by
Uur Extraordinary Special
Fill In Your Own First Payment.
I We Will Deliver to You Any NEW EDISON
9 ' Tl 1- CM 1
i iumu&ruijn in biock .
BALANCE MAY BE PAID IN PAYMENTS
Positively No Strings to This Offer.
I liMfu iittitt I
Come In and Talk It Over f
With Us. I
Let Us Show You
Genuine Edison Phonographs I
Cost No More Than Ordinary
Over 17 Million Jan VteJ Yea y
Geo. D. Darling
113-117 West Third Street
I Holiday Headquarters
I of Gifts for Men
PIPES, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, AND CANDY MAKE MOST
m ACCEPTABLE PRESENTS.
'HEN YOU are troubled with selecting a present for Father,
Brother or your Sweetheart, let us suggest a nice pipe, a box
of cigars or cigarettes, leather cigar or cigarette case. It's
something he will appreciate to the fullest extent.
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LARGEST LINE OF PIPES CIGARS or CIGARETTES
IN THE CITY in Xmas Sizes
Makes selection easy. Come, in, we'll All the leading brands of Cigars and
help you. Cigarettes, best of condition, and in the
1-3 OFF ON PIPES amounts you wish.
LEATHER GOODS " MARASCHINO CHERRIES
Pocketbooks, Cigar .and Cigarette T,nnnvireSMQvfhoTlaterwVeredin
Cases bring lasting pleasure. A good se- pound ea. Make a fine gift for anyone,
lection, priced reasonably. $1.00 per BOX
WD OD WARD'S FINE BOX CANDY IN XMAS PACKAGES
Joe Smith's Confectionery i
On the Corner Box Butte and Second $
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