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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1922.
207 BOX BUTTE Phone 133 We Call and Deliver 1 yy vw JL N VQJl IL Our Car is at Your Service WE RETURN ALL VALUABLES FOUND IN YOUR POCKETS Gleaners of Quality -:- -:- Popular Prices SIX Garden County News Urges G-P-C Boosters to Stay on the Job Garden County News: We learn from reliable wiurce that the Gulf-I'lains-Canailinn highway never ha Veen markel between ()hkosh and Urondwater and that the highway Mnith of Julesbur? for a pood many miles also never has len marked ac ronlinjr to the regulations. I.n't it bout time that something wan leinp clone alwut this? We would like very much to we the highway given the proper attention from the officers and others interested no that the next road lopp, which will be out before FprinK arrives, will how the route. It won't l shown if the route isn't marked. The marking has boon put up the en tire distance from here to Julej-burjr, with the exception of UirouRti the can yons over the new road. This was ilonc In accordance . ith the agreement made at the meeting lat fall at Rroad water and some others were to attend to the marking from here west. Wha's fault is this? Another matter that should have immediate attention Is the appointment of a secretary to take the place of E. I). Hutchinson. Hutchinson has not only moved away from Broadwater lut Is now living in the North Star territory. If he hasn't resigned his move would indicate that it was 1 his intention to do no, and it seems that Pre? ident Merritt should call a meeting of the vice-preaidents and advisory toard of the different counties, and fill tae vacancy immo.hat.ely. Of course, we know that there ia a lot of this important work that is be ing1 left over till spring and a Rood deal of this kind of work will be done liy our own public service club when the weather warms up, but there are Fome thinjrs that should receive atten tion right away and the matters men tioned above are some of them. We are not finding fault with any one, but isn't it certainly proper to Iceep these things before the people in terested ? Wake up! Come alive I Let's put a pinch or two more "pep" in this organ isation and its success will be more easily realized. See the Duplex Chair in W. J. Hamilton's office. 106 West Third Street. Call and you can obtain one. 18-21 The oil man from Antioch made his regular drive to Lakeside Wednesday morning. The Lakeside Mercantile company stored a car of ice in their ice house lust week. Warren Mclntyre, 1ce Meeker, Wulter House and Hans Peter son did the work. Miller and Hun.saker shipped several hundred more hides again this week. Max Moscrip was in town Wednes day morning. CHIMES Ll'THKKAN CHL RC II. Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Knrlish service. Sunday school after 'he lorvifA. Yon are wolrnme. F. DROEGEMUELLER, Pastor. METHODIST CHURCH. What name shall be given to the orth part of the new building which includes the combined gymnasium and recreation hall, dining room, kitchen, Sunday school hall, parlor, Sunday school departmental rooms, office, and shower rooms? Various names have been suggested such as "Community Ruilding." "Epworth Hall " "Parish church services, which continue until noon. Judge Tash will address the intermediate boys during their class period. This will be an interesting session and every boy is urged to be present. We are hoping for the weather to grow wamipr so that all memlers and friends will bo present at all services. According to our custom of late years we will enter the pre-Easter cam paign which closes with a two week's meeting before Easter. The Bille school and Endeavor society will co operate with the church in making this campaign a success. An invitation is extended to you who have no church home to attend the church with a message and a wel come. S. J. EPLER, Minister. BAPTIST CHURCH. Several of our folks who have been sik nre getting along nicely at pres ent. Stella Clark, who has been at the parsonape, has been transferred to the home of the nurse, from which she hopes to be able to go home Sunday. We hope to see some that were not at the Bible school this week and will no doubt miss brother Fuller from his post, as he is at the hospital, where he has undergone an operation from which we hope he wdl rapidly recover. The men's class will continue to 'study of last lesson, by unanimous House" and "Recreation Building." It consent, the subject being, "The First ANTIOCH will be completed in a few weeks. A fine maple floor has been laid in the gymnasium and a large force of car penters are rapidly completing the woodwork. Sunday morning the sermon topic Will be "A Church in the Home." It is the firm conviction of this writer I Sin." Very interesting thoughts were brought out by the men. Some of the deacons and trustees have been helping the pastor visit some of the sick, and investigating the needy cases; this beautiful spirit of cooperation is appreciated. Subject for Sunday sermons as fol that much of the lack of moral and lows: "Who Will Go?" morning; even raiiiriniia ct an.tofrta oa uM s tv ' inir. sDecial sermon for the Alliance crime waves, are due to an absence of . volunteer fire department, who will be religious atmosphere in our homes. our guesis. ine orcnesira wm .smv An hour a week of Sunday school in the singing, also have at least one training is good, but it can aerer take special number. We are glad to greet the place of religious worship in the the firemen of Alliance; they are per home., We are hoping for a revival of haps the least appreciated class of lamuy a i tars m tne homes or our con-' men. e mm ui mem mij mieu - Ttf iss Roena Drake who spent several lays in Antioch the guest of Miss V.ilma Smith, returned to Alliance Wednesday. She will later return to Omaha to resume her duties at the Fenger hospital. Thursday night the Antioch Eighth arrade basket ball team played the Al liance Emerson Eighth grade in Alli- amce, score 22 to 14 in favor of Alh ance. John lemzin of Wyoming spent -Sunday in Antioch visiting his wire. Mr. Kearney, wire chief of i'ne North western Bell Telephone company of Alliance, had business in Antioch Wondav. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Donovan and Imhv of Alliance, are spending the week in Antioch with Mrs. Donovan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Smith. The woman's club met at the club room Thursday with Mrs. Moore as hostess. Mrs. Broome read a very in teresting paper on, noted jieople of Nebraska, institutions of Nebr.vic. anJ important citie.-i and towns of Nebras ka, which was excellent. The club meets next Thursday, with Mrs. Ford ing as hostess. IxKinard Holland arrived from Ther mopolis Sunday for a visit with his hn, Clayton, and his mother Mrs. B. K. HolTland. Henry Brown of the Pawlotte ranch country was an Antioch visitor Thurs day. Antioch and Whitman high school played a fast game of basket ball Fri day night, Antioch again i"omin out victorious with a scoie of 16 to 11 After the game the evening was spent in dancing, Mrs. J. 1. Wiker or Am since furnishing the music. A. J. Pickerel of the Dierks Lumber company of Alliance, was in Antioch Tuesday. The Burnham Potash plant was sold at sheriff's sale, which the Dierks Lumber company had advertis ed for sale. C H. McGee of Alliance was Antioch visitor Tuesday. aneritr uruce or Hushviue, was in Antioch Tuesday to sell the Burnham t'otash plant. Philo Sturgeon was in from the ranch Tuesday for supplies. gregation. There are quite a number already, but many more are needed. bunday evening comes the musical treat when the choir of thirty voices led by Mrs. Inice Dunning will give their special program entitled, "The Story of the Orient." in costume. Nothing like this has been given in our church, at least in recent years. The program appears elsewhere in this is sue. Remember the Enworth lea true and the story book now being taken up, John Wesley, jr. It is an interesting storv of a modern vnuncr man and lh things that he is most concerned in.' At C:30 Sunday evening. M. C. SMITH, Pastor. Edith, O. W. Gus Teterson and daughter, M rs. James Ervine and Mrs Cox. Mrs. Gus Peterson, Mrs. Sarah Por ter and Mrs. Thomas Squibbs and daughters Nnomi and Leota, spent Friday with Mrs. Edgar Brown. Burlington Still On Salvage Work At Union Bridge A girder of the Union bridge which was destroyed in a wreck last June has recently been raised although it was imbedded in twenty feet of sand at one end and five feet at the other. Two powerful derricks were used, one on each end and with these the en gineers were able to pull the beam CHURCH OF CHRIST. "How Ixmg Will the Church Live?" is the subject to be discussed at the morning hour of worship next Lord's day morning. The minister is optimis tic and believes that great changes and advancement are in store for the church within the next few years. The church is asserting itself in power, not in politics, but in its influence for good. At the evening hour another chart ser mon will be given. This will illustrate the contribution that was made to re ligious life and throught by some of the preachers of the middle ages, lou can be among the many who are being neUKM Dy these sermons. The Bible school betrins at ten o'clock and is merged into the regular an LAKESIDE "Roy Stoop drove in from the Star rstnch neighborhood after a load of coal Monday. Walter Tyler was in Monday from -outheast of town. Lloyd Osbom has been absent from whool this week on account of sick ness. wilham Mchinney wu in .town Tuesday from near Ellsworth. Airs. I. D. Whaley went to Alliance Tuesday to help care for her little grandson, Courtney Fosdick, who is SICK. Henry Bond, traveling salesman was a business visitor in Lakeside i uesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Morris are mak ing preparations to leave for southern Colorado the latter part of this week to make their future home. are in trouble. It is only fitting that we show more interest in these men whose work is one of pure benevolence and service to others, lhe text win be, "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man will lay down his life for his friends." Welcome all, to the friendly church with the friendly grip. B. J. MINORT, Pastor. PLEASANT VALLEY Edgar Brown and family spent Sun day with Thomas Squibbs and family. Gust Peterson returned home lues day morning after spending as,few days in Iowa. Several in this vicinity have been sacking and hauling potatoes. Some had to re-sort their potatoes to make them pass inspection. Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts and Mrs. 0. W. Cox and children took Sunday dinner at the James Lrvine home, Mr. BaiT is feeling some better at this writing. Mr. Ervine is planning sale frr February 7. They will move to Hem- ingford after the sale. A few of the farmers of this neigh borhood lost some potatoes during the recent cold weather Charles Baldwin returned last Tues day after spending several weeks in Colorado and Iowa. Mrs. Thomas Squibbs entertained Thursday in honor of her sister, Mrs, PUBLIC SALE! We will sell at auction at our ranch formerly known as the Alfred For sling ranch, seven miles west of Kim ball, Nebraska, on THURSDAY, FEB. 9 Sale commences at 10 o'clock sharp. Free lunch at noon. 230 HEAD OF CATTLE 250 All High Grade Hereford. Consisting of 80 head of cows, 80 head of yearlings, steers and heifers, 50 head of coming yearling calves, 15 fresh cows, 2 registered Hereford bulls. 60 HEAD OF HORSES AND MULES 60 Thirty head of good mules, ages from 2 to 5 years. 30 head of good young horses; one good Percheron stallion; ne Shetland pony and 2 Urge jennets. HOGS A few nice Poland China sows, bred. FARM MACHINERY, Etc A number of good sets of work har ness and a full line of farm machinery. TERMS OF SALE A credit of eight months time will be gven at 10 on sums over $50. Under $50, cash. 3 discount for cash above $50. Plan to attend this auction sale, as we are offering our entire herd of Hereford cattle, the result of years of careful breeding. Every cow a breeder. T.A.6IERENS&G0. J." A. CLEMANS, Auctioneer. POTATOES cut. Another girder is still in the sand and cannot be removed until the new bridge is completed. To remove these girders it is necessary to pump out the sand before the chains to lift it can be attached. It was from beneath this bridge that an engine was taken and sent to Have- lock to be repaired. The total cost of salvaging this engine was $15,000 and the cost of such an engine new is $60, 000. According to D. W. Bradley, matser carpenter, this engine will soon be in running order again. HERALD WANT ADS RESULTS. fflKHtiiit. This Bank, like our Government, is an Institution "OF THE PEOPLE BY THE PEOPLE ' FOR THE PEOPLE" Our Aim Is: To protect the interests of our depositors and see that their funds are kept safely and securely. To give sound advice to investors, and assist them in making; such investments as will yield . greatest re turns, commensurate with safety. To assist and advise the business people of Alliance in their business affairs. MAY WE SERVE YOU? Alliance National Bank Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $130,000.00 3 f 3- "WAMT AD SECTION " SHIP DIRECT TO THE MARKET AND GET THE TOP OF THE MARKET. WELL KNOWN EXPERIENCED SALESMAN IN CHARGE. SERVICE CHARGES $15 PER CAR IT WILL PAY YOU TO SHIP NOW R. M. TYSON, Independent Broker 303 Terminal Bldg., OMAHA, NEB. Formerly with Farmers Union State Exchange. Treat Catarrh new way Head colds, too, yield to the double action of Vicks VapoRub Apply Vicks up the nostrils. SnutI it well back. Also melt some Vicks in a spoon or tin cup and inhale the vapors. At night repeat anJ rub on neck. Vapors will be inhaled all night. Sufferers from chronic catarrh will get welcome relief and better sleep thru this treatment, and persistency will be wdl rewarded. Head colds are checked or completely warded oil if thus treated at the onset. Vicks combines in salve form the old, time-tested remedies Camphor, Menthol, Eucalyptus, Thyme and Oil of Turpentine. It is the most universal treat ment today for all cold troubles as well as cuts, bruises and itch ing skin troubles. Just rub it on breathe in the vapors and .0WS vanors V VaroRu Over 17 Million Jan IW Ytwfy M At H l CO - -as mm cuy Make Money In Dull Times IT CAN PE DONE-llIERE'S HOW TO DO IT. While work is slack and you have plenty of spare time, why not look over the things you have discarded or could easily do without. Select those that your neighbor could use and then use HERALD WANT ADS to get you a buyer. Today some farmer might want a second-hand harness, saddle or farm implement, etc., but not know just where he can buy one. Today some householder might want second-hand furniture, stove, phonograph, etc., but will not buy because he docs not know where to go. : ' Herald Want Ads Will Bring Buyers. They Cost You Just lc Per Word. PHONE 3iO-Or Bring Them to 5 Alliance Herald MASONIC TEMPLE BUILDING. W3