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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1910)
Every business day we have new customers
added to our large patronage. There is a reason for
this. The most satisfactory thing about it is that
they continue to be our customers day after day.
That certainly means that we are giving them satis
faction. We study to please our customers. We
give them the goods they want, and we send out
nice, clean, fresh groceries; neatly wrapped and
handled by experienced delivery men who deliver
them .when promised. Do we make mistakes ? Yes,
occasionally, for with a business of the magnitude of
ours some mistakes must necessarily occur, but we
always rectify them at once and guarantee satisfac
We're ready to take"
GEO. DUNCAN & SON
Queen sware Line
, r i ).
, I have just, added a new, full and -complete
line of Queensware. Hy stock
includes everything in this line. See the
beautiful hand-painted Chinaware, Cut
Glass and Silverware. The quality is guar
. anteed and the prices are right.
I. L, ACHESON
TO THE SOUTH: Homeseekers'
the winter to the South
excursions are in effect every day to southern resorts; these
. excursion rates offer an excellent chance to escape the
Northern winter in looking over the land and recreation
possibilities of the new South.
HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS: On the first and third Tuesdays' to
the new lands of the West, including the Big Horn Basin
which country today offers the greatest combination of in
dustrial and farming resources at the cheapest rates that
can be found in the country.
TO CALIFORNIA: Every day excursion rates with choice of
routes going and returning, to include the whole Pacific
slope. Thousands of Americans, especially inva lids and
elderly people have selected Southern California for their
permanent place for a winter sojourn.
Send for Burlington publications,
Tours." Let me help you plan the tour
Spring Wagons for Sale
We now have Five New Hand
for delivery. They are better
give much better satisfaction
wagons. We will sell these wagons at reasonable price.
If you want one of them, call immediately, before they are
all taken. Shop opposite Palace Livery Barn.
Donovan & S o n
your order phone 32.
excursions will continue during
and Southwest; winter tourist
California Excursions," Pacific Coast
of the greatest attraction at the lowest
J. KRIDELBAUGH, Agent
L. W. WAKELEY, G. P. A., Omaha
- Made Spring Wagons ready
made, more durable and will
than machine-made spring
for November 20th
November 20th, 1910.
(ConrrUbt. 1P10 by Ktv. T, S. UntcoH. D.D.)
, Jpsub In Gethscmnne. Matt, xxvl:
Golden Text Tho Son of man la be
trayed" Into tho hands of sinners. Matt.
Verso 36 Whnro was thla garden
called GethBoninne? '
Why does the word Gethsemane
now stand for agony?
What purposo did prayer serve In
this sorrowful experience of Jesus?
Verses 37-38 What answer can you'
make to the criticism which has been
made, that Jesus would have shown a
stronger character, and more faith, If
he had borne this trial without suffer
ing or fear?
Give your reasons and say whether
it is possible to develop the strongest
character with, or without, great Biif.
What Is the benefit of human sym
pathy when we arc In great mental
Describe the cause which gave Je
sus such keen suffering?
Why did Jesus select Peter and
John, from the rest of the disciples,
when he went on to tho place ot,
Verse 39 What "cup" did Jesus
pray to be delivered from, the present
agony, or the cross, or something else?
Can any person retnln the favor of
God who Is not always In the attitude
of soul to say, "not as I will, but as
Must every true prayer have tho
condition, "nevertheless not as I will,
but as thou wilt." or are there bodio
exceptions and, If so, what are they?
Verse 40 Why are we, like Jesus,
so much hurt, when a confidential
friend manifests so little concern in
Why were these disciples to blamo
for going to sleep, and are people to
blame who go to sleep In church?
Verse 41 Is it, or not, the fault of
the spirit, when the flesh Is too weak
for a man to do his full duty? Why?
Verses 42-4G Wliy did Jesus need to
ask God three times for the samo
What, If any, rule is there concern
ing the number of times wo should
pray for the same thing?
Did the disciples miss anything by
not staying awake to watch with Jesus,
if so, what?
Can a lost oportunlty ever be recov
ered, or Is It an eternal loss7 Give
your reasons. (This question must be
answered In writing by members of the
Verse 47 What were the motives
which prompted Judas to betray Je
sus? Did Judas expect Jesus to be actual
ly put to death, or did he expect that
He would escape His enemleB as In
the past? Why? -
Why did the Jews waste money Jn
paying Judas, when they apparently
could have arrested Jesus without do-'
Verses 48-Bfi Which is more hurt
ful to be betrayed by a friend with a
klas, or by an enemy with a blow?
Lesson Tor Sunday, Nov. 27tb, 19t0.
The Trial of Jesus- Matt. xxvl:57-G8.
DANDRUFF AND ITCHING
SCALP YIELD TO
Why experiment trying to drive the,
dandruff eerm from underneath the
skin with greasy lotions or fancy hair-
dressing when Holsten s Drug Store will
guarantee ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP to
entirely rid the scalp cf the germ life that
causes the trouble.
ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be ob
tained in any city or town in America and
are recognized the best and roost economi
cal treatment for all affections of the skin
or scalp whether on infant or gk'own per
son. One shampoo with ZEMO SOAP
and application of ZEMO will stop itching
and cleanse the scalp of dandruff and
We invite you to try ZEMO and
ZEMO SOAP and if not entirely satisfied
we will refund your money, 3
Live Stock and
Farm Sales a Specialty
P(wm72 ALLIANCE NEBR.
Sewing Machines and
Have secured the services of a prac
tical mechanic and can guarantee all
work done by him. Don't trust your
work to travelling repair men. This
man will be here permanently. Re
pairs and parts furnished for all ma
chines. Phone 139. Geo. D. Darling.
Prominent Young Men Brought
Before Military Court.
QUESTION OF ENLISTMENT UP.
Somo of the Defendants AsBert Re.
crultlng Officers Informed Them
That Attendance at Maneuver Was
Lincoln, Nov. 1G. Tho detail ap
pointed by Adjutant General Harti
gan to hour the chnrgos preferred
against about forty members of tho
national guard, assembled in tho Don
ate chamber todny and began the tak
ing of testimony.
Many of the young men facing tho
court-martial are members of tne most
prominent families of tho state and
considerable attention has been at
tracted by notice of tho trial, Tho
boys aro charged with various of
fenses, from disorderly conduct to dis
obedience of orders by falling to at
tontl the army maneuvers at Fort
Some of the boys, It 1b alleged, will
say that they did not ltnow they hnd
to go to Fort Riley for the reason
that tho guardsmen who recruited
them said that obedience to thld order
was not necessary. It has not yet
been charged thnt any officer of the
guard ever solicited a recruit by such
statements, but nt tho time of the en
campment every company In the guard
was hustling to get Its number up to
the limit required by the adjutant
The court-martial 1b composed of
Brigadier General John A. Storch,
Colonel F. .7. Mack, Second rimcnt
Colonel C. W. Ehorly, First regiment;
Lieutenant J. M. DIrkner, medlcM
corps; Major H. J. Paul, Second regi
ment; Major C. II. Holdeman, FlrBt
regiment; Captain U II. Gage and
Captain C. L. Brewster, Judgo ndvo
cntc. BED OF PUMICE NEAR COWLES
H. Gestrlnp Discovers Valuable De
posit of Silica Upon His Farm.
Holdrege, Neb., Nov. ID. Tho dis
covery of a substantial bed of silica on
a farm near Cowles Rives promise ot
developing another Industry In this
part of the state. H. Gestring, on
whose farm the bed has been located,
has known of its existence for Bonie
tlmo past, but not until recently did
he attempt to lean; the composition
of the product. He has Just received
word from Professor Barbour of tho
state university regarding a. number
of samples which he sent tho geolo
gist some tlmo ago. Mr. Barbour de
clares they nro a flril) quality of
native pumice. Mr. Barbour In his
letter to Mr. Gestring Inquired as to
the depth and length or the silica bed
on the hitter's place. As far as tho
Webster county farmer could ascer
tain the bed, which Is uniformly eight
,feet beneath tho surface of the ground,
Is 140 rods long and flvo feet thick.
Its width is unknown. It is said that
beds of similar deposltB are to be
found in other parts of the state, par
ticularly In the vicinity of Wllsonvllle,
Lebanon, Hendley and other towns on
the St. Francis branch of the Burling
ton. TWO GIRLS FATALLY BURNED
Emma Horah Is Dead and Rosa Horah
Is Dying at 8t. Llbory.
St. Libory, Neb., Nov. 15. Emma
Horah, aged nineteen years, is dead
and Rosa Horah, her sister, the post
mistress here, is dying, as the result
of the igniting of gasoline while tho
young women were cleaning somo
clothing. The latter, aged twenty
seven, evidently went to the assist
ance of her sister, as both were found
in a heap, unconscious. ' They lived
in a house some distance from the, of
fice and the mother, who lives with
them, was visiting In the country at
the time. The young women are
daughters of one of the oldest set
tlers In this part of the country.
Big Dam In Blue River.
Seward, Neb., Nov. 16. The big
dam being built by the Blue River
Power company is one of the largest
pieces of construction of that kind in
the state. It Is constructed on the bot
tom of stone in the Blue river, two
and one-half miles below Milford,
where there is a fall of twenty feet.
Electric power will be furnished
towns In this and Saline counties
from this dam.
Officer Beaten by Toughs.
Omaha, Nov, 14. II. U Wooldrldge,
a humane officer doing special police
duty, was attacked from behind, his
club and revolver token from him and
was beaten to insensibility by a gang
of rufflanb at Crcighton dancing hall
He Is in a serious condition.
Men Narrowly Escape Injury.
Holdrege, Neb., Nov. 12. An explo
sion of ammonia gas at the Holdrege
Lighting company's plant caused dam
age amounting to several hundred dol
lars. No ono was seriously injured,
although two of the night force then
on duty had narrow escapes.
Ropes Steer by Mistake.
Rushvllle, Neb., Nov. 15. While Ed
Caldwell was roping some calves he
happened to rope a steer by mistake,
when the animal proved too strong for
him, pulled him down and his horso
fell on top of him, breaking bis skull
Ho died soon after.
STRICKEN WITH BUCK FEVER (
Man Trying to Dynamite Fish Holds
Explosive In Hand.
South Auburn, Nob., Nov. 11. Judo
Brown of St. Beroln, together with
somo companions, thought to sccuro
fish aplenty In the Missouri river in
that vicinity. To this end thoy pro
cm etl some dynumlto nnd a fuse and
Bought the river banks. Brown, it
scorns, held the stick of dynamite and
ono ot Jim others lighted the fuse,
handing It to him. At thla point ho
wno Btruck with n real cauo of buck
fever, nnd could neither throw tho
blast Into tho rlVcr nor release his
hold on the same. His companions
fled, and tho explosion which followed
injured him most seriously, if not fa
tally. One arm was blown away at
tho forearm, his hip was broken and
other serious mutilation occurred. It
Ib unlikely that he will survive.
Figures From Fifty-Six Counties on
Offices Below Governor.
Omaha, Nov. 14. -Returns from fifty-six
counties, casting approximate
ly 100,000 Votes, or nearly three
fourths of tho total, Indicate tho elec
tion of all Republican candidates bo
Addison Walt, candidate for secre
tary of state, is lowest man on tho
ticket, nnd probably will be elected
by a plurality of about 600. Stato Aud
itor Barton, who was a candidate for
reelection, is high man, nnd will bo
re-elected by more than 10,000 voteB.
Complete returns on governor from
eighty-nine counties uhow Aldriuh,
119,873; Dahlman, 10G.G72; Aldrlch'a
Elghty-thrco counties complete on
senator show Burkell, 00,823; Hitch
cock, 11C.033; Hitchcock's lead, l'J,
210. WORK FOR CAPITAL REMOVAL
Fight Will Be Pushed by a Legislative
Kearney, Neb., Nov. 14. Willard F.
Bailey, secretary of tho Nebmska Cap
ital Removal association, will cnll a
meeting ot tho executive commltteo
at either Kearney or Broken Bow soon
to perfect the organization of a legis
lative committee and to consider other
uncompleted work. Tho fight will ho
ptiBhed to a finish.
Out of clghty-Blx Nebraska newspa
pers sounded on capital removal prior
to election, thirty-Beven supported,
twenty were against, and twenty-nlno
SMALL SUM IN DAMAGES )
Fifty Thousand Dollar Suit Settled at
Holdrege for $750.
Holdrege, Neb., Nov. 14. The $50,
000 damage stilt against tho Burling
ton, brought by Mrs, D. FYltzol, has
been, settled here, the defendant, by
ngroement of tho attorneys on both
sides, receiving $750. The petition In
tho case named damages to tho
amount of $50,000 for tho suffering of
George Frltsel, tho son of the defend
ant, who lost a limb last February,
when he was run over by u. Burlington
train near Doano siding.
Corn Show Is a Big Success.
Wayne, Neb., Nov. 14. The second
annual corn show held nt Wayno has
been a bucccss. Over 300 exhibits
were entered, consisting of specimens
of yellow and white corn, wheat, oats,
alfalfa, potatoes, pumpkins and other
farm products'. A large audience list
ened to a lecture by Professor R. A.
Searle of the state agricultural school
and Mrs. Maxwell, representing tho
domebtic science department of the
Two Enter the Lists.
Lincoln, Nov. 14. One candidato
for speaker of the house of repre
sentatives and one candidate for chief
clerk of the house aro already up for
consideration. E. B. Quackenbush of
AUburn, a member of the 1907 legisla
ture, is the candidate for speaker and
Henry C. Richmond of Omaha, head
of the engrossing room of the houso
during the late legislature, is the can
didate for chief clerk.
Colonel James Pratt Dies.
Omaha, Nov. 14. Colonel James
Harvey Pratt, for many years prom
inently Identified with ranching and
cattle interest on a wholesale scale,
died at his home, Summer Hill farm,
near Bennington. A compMcatlon of
infirmities, Incident to old ago, was
the cause of death. Funeral services
were held at the farm residence this
Musician Kills Himself.
Omaha, Nov, 11. Despondent be
cause nono of bis eleven children
would allow him to live with them,
his divorced wife refusing to go back
to him, Joseph V. Fosplsll, a musician
and hand leader of West Point, Nob.,
committed suicide in Mrs. Pospisll'a
home, 1435 South Fourteenth street.
May Die From Hatpin Wound.
Scranton, Nov. 14, Postmaster
Thomas Murray of Mlnooka fears
blood poisoning from wounds in his
cheek and ear, inflicted with a hatpin.
When Mr. Murray boarded a trolley
car it was crowded with theatergoers
and he was compelled to stand. When
tne car rounded a curve a young wom
an's hatpin pierced his cheek.
Normal Board to Meet Dec. 15.
Lincoln, Nov. 12. The state normal
board will meet at Chadron, Dec. 15,
to attend to routine business and par
ticipate In tho laying of the corner
stone of the new normal school build
ing, which will bo done under the
auspices of the grand lodge of Masons.
Miss M. Ruth Taylor
TEACHER OF PIANO
324 V. Fifth St. Phone 205
and Musical History
Studio 424 Laramie Avenue
I'huno a GO
A. F. BALDRIDGE
Land Offlco Practice a Specialty
Bonded Abstracter in Ofiico
Ontco hi McCorklo block, next to V, 8.
Attorney at Law
Ofllce First National Bank Bldg.
'Phone t8o. ALLIANCE, NEB.
H. M. BULLOCK.
Attorney at Law,
Lodk experience h ltccolvor U.S. Lund Office
In Kimruntco for prompt and odlclent sorvlco.
Office in Opera dense Motk
ALLIANCE, - - NEBRASKA
Lawyer and Land Attorney
PractUliiner In civil rourU since 1PM and
UeKlstor U. a. Lund Ofllco from 11)03 to IW.
Information by mall n specialty.
omen in land orriCK iiuu.diw)
ALLIANCE - NCI1KABKA.
Itcs. 1'liono SO
P. .?. PKTEKflEN
lies, l'tiono 43
Drs. Coppernoll & Petersen
Rooms 7, 8 and g, Rumer Block
GEO. J. HAND,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Eye, EarNoseand Throat
DR. C. H. CHURCHILL
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
((Successor to Dr. J. E. Moore)
OFFICE IN FLETCHER BLOCK
Offlcohouw 1112 a.ro. 2-4 p.m. 7)30-9 p, ra.
OfficefPiione 62 rRcs. Phone, 85
rf. A. COPSEY, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Calls Answereifpromptly day and night from
ofUlce. Offlcosi Alliance Notional I3auSr
UnlldlDK over tue Post OlUce,
DR. CHAS. E. SLAGLE
Paid to Eye Work
Dr. L. W. Bowman
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Rumer Block, Rooms 12 and 13
Oflieelioura, t0tol2u.m.: 1:30 to 4, 7 to 8 p. in
Office Phone 65 Res. Phoe 16
Dr. H. R. Belville
Opera House Block Alliance, Nebr.
T, J. THRELKELD,
THE GADSBY STORE
Funeral Director end Embalmer
Office Phone 498 Res. Phone 510
J. P. HAZARD
Surveyor and Engineer,
Parties out of town should write, as 1 urn
out much of tho time. Charge will not" ex
ceed t5.W and expenses per dny.
E. C. WHISMAN
Practical Painter & Paper
Full line wall paper samples
PHONE 709 ALLIANCE NEBR
E. O. COOL
Plumbing and Fitting
All work guaranteed first-ciess
PHOKE 274 RED
BASEMENT ZBINOEN BLOO
W. F. ROSENKRANZ
Practical Blacksmith? ami WafM
Wsrk. HorstshMfaf a Specialty
Shop oa Sicsod St, tetwHB Bex Btrtb i lMtti
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