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About The Alliance herald. (Alliance, Box Butte County, Neb.) 1902-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1910)
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Ever' 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
tion. We're ready to take your order phone 32.
GEO. DUNCAN & SON
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' excursions will continue during
the winter to the South and Southwest; Whiter tourist
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. t
HOMESEEKERS' EXCURSIONS: On the first and third Tuesdays to
the new lands of the West, including the Bif Hem 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, "California Excursions," "Pacific Coast
Tours." Let me help you plan the tour of the greatest attraction at the lowest
Spring; Wagons for Sale
We now have Five New Hand-Made Spring Wagons ready
for delivery. They are better made, more durable and will
give much better satisfaction than machine-made spring
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 & Son
J. KRIDELBAUGH, Agent
L. W. WAKELEY, G. P. A., Omaha
for November 27th
Nov. 27th, 1910.
(( onvncVt. tmfl iv Mev T t t.lisco't. !'
The Trial of Jesus. Matt. xxvl;57.
Golden Text. Who when Ho was re
viled, reviled not nsaln. I Potor 11:23.
Verse 57 Hud the chief prlo3ts de
termined In advance to put Jesus to
death, and. h bo. why? (See MA.)
Verse 58 If Peter had kept close
to his Master, Instead of going afar
off, and had volunteered to witness for
Him. what changps would It have
probably made In this history?
Verses R9-60 How do you account
for the fact that sovonty reptited holy
men, the members of the Sunhedrln,
should seek false witnesses to encom
pass the death of a righteous man like
What has bern the record, from that
time until now, of ecclesiastical as
semblies In their trial of teputed here
Give n reasoned answer to the fol
lowing: Will a truly good man with the
mind of Jesus be perturbed by, or get
nngry at, or wish to Injure another
good man who also shows the spirit of
Jesus, for teaching different views con
cerning the Bible, or religion, to what
ho holds himself?
Verse 61 What did Jesus say, that
In anyway resembled their accusation,
that Ho wua able to destroy the Jew
ish Temple and build It agnln in three
days? (See John 11:19.)
Suppose Jesus, or any other mha,
had said that he could destroy the
tomple and build It again In thro
duyc to what extent would It bo blame
worthy? How much blame is duo tho man
who willfully misrepresents tho state
ments of a religious teacher for the
purpose of condemning him?
Give some examples of tho sayings
of Jesus, that could be perverted Into
a meaning tnat Ho did not Intend, and
say why He icft Himself open for such
Verse 62 Whv did Jesus not an
swer, whnt this wMness had said, and
whv did He make no answer to the
Can you give any examples whero
sllonco Is tho best policy, when con
fronted with a falso accusation?
Vores 63-64 Jesus answered In tho
affirmative that He was Uie Christ,
the Son of God, but what would His an
swer have been If the high priest had
asked Him, "Art thou God"?
What did Jesus mean by "the Son of
Man sitting at the right hand of pow
er, and coming In the clouds of heav
en"? Verse C5 What did tho rending of
His garment by the high priest signify?
What is blasphnmy?
In what words of Jesus did Hlo
blasphemy consist, from the" point of
viow of the high priest?
Verses 66-68 Put yourself as nearly
as possible, In the place of one of the
members of this council and say how
you would try to justify yourself for
saying Jesus was worthy of daath?
What are some of the evils of relig
ious Intolerance In this day? (This
question must be answered In writing
by members of the club.)
Why did Jesus bear all these cruel
Indignities without retaliating?
Lesson for Sunday, Dec. 4th, 1910.
Peter's Denial, Matt. xxvl:31-35, 69-
SKIN AND SCALP TROUBLES YIELD
A CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION TOR
Holsteo's Drug Store is so confident
that ZEMO will rid the skin or scalp of
infant or grown persons of pimples, black
heads, daodrufi, eczema, prickly heat,
rashes, hives, ivy poison or any other form
of skin or scalp eruption, that they will
give your money back il you are not en
tirely satisfied with the results obtained
from the use of ZEMO.
The first application will give prompt
relief and show an improvement and in
every instance where used persistently,
will destroy the germ life, leaving the skin
in a clean, healthy condition.
Let us show you proof of some remrrk
able cures made by ZEMO and give vou
a 32 page booklet how to preserve the
skin. Holstcn's Drug Store.
HARRY P. COURSEY
Live Stock and
Farm Sales a Specialty
Phong 72 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.
M coins to Inwo a regular old
fashioned Thanksgiving dinner,"
snld the cnxuler. who ww tone
ome, neWr before baring been
awuy from the farm on I hi festitl day
"Deviled turkey and canned pump
kin." laughed the stenographer. She
wn a seasoned bachelor girl and
thought It t her duty to squelch all sick
ly sentiment exhibited by the cashier.
8he know t lint
Ho wus pining
(u her secret
heart for the lov
cr with whom
she had qunrroled
and ou wbose ac
count the pretty
cnshler now was
and real home
pie and all the
the cashier tri
couldn't bear to
then the boy cAiiK rat ut n rostnu-
with a DA8KET rnnt tomorrow. It
would choke mo. I've mado all tho
arrangements with Mrs. Brown. She's
going to let me cook on her Btovo. and
I'vo borrowed enough dishes to put
with ours to set tho table right hero In
The stenographer looked Incredulous.
"it's n fact. I've bought all tho pro
visions and am expecting tho boy with
them now. We neither one of us work
tomorrow, nnd we'll hnvo such a din
ner us never was. Wo nro going to
hnvo company, you know."
"Company!" Th5 stenographer gave
un amazed little scream. "Who?"
"Arthur." said the cashier, trying to
"Oh, you dear, you dear!" exclaimed
the stenographer, smothering the cash
ier with kisses. "You dear, I'll never
tease you about Snm again ns long as
you live. I've a notion to telegraph
him to come too." r
"I'll never speak to you again us long
ns I live If you do such a thing," said
Dess. turning pale. "And I wouldn't
speak to him either."
Then the boy camo with a basket.
and the cashier mado him pour the
provisions out In tho middle of tho
Such an assortment ns was there,
Turkey, pumpkin, npples, sweet pota
toes, cranberries, oysters, a square of
fruit cake, a loaf of bread, a bunch of
celery, sugar. Dour everything that
could be needed, nnd all In the small
est quantities. Even the turkey was
a little thing and the pumpkin not
much bigger tbun n football.
"You've bankrupted us," cried tho
stenographer In despair.
"Only $2.80. my jear." said the cash
ler calmly. "You see, I've saved us
money We expected to hnvo a good
dinner tomorrow anyway. Now we
will have enough left over to last us
"And Arthur Is coming, bless bis
heart." cooed the stenographer. "What
n day we will have. If only" She
paused and looked at Dess.
"Thcro are no 'If onlys' In the fuse.
Let's get busy." said the cashier bravo
ly, but there was a tear In her eye. "I
will put the turkey nnd oysters In Mrs
Brown's Icebox, nnd you muy cut up
the pumpkin. We will stew It tonight
and be ready for the pies In tho morn
ing." "Look here, Bess. There's u name
on this pumpkin. I am hot on the trull
of a romance." suld the stenographer.
Bess came and looked over the
There In rude letters on the pump
kin's yellow skin was carved the name
of all names and this unique message:
"Sam BenncQeld. Clyderaore. Ind.,
would like to correspond with the
haudsome young girl who gets this
The caBhler burst Into tears.
"It Is your Sam. Isn't it?" asked the
"Yes." sobbed the cashier, "And the
wretch Is trying to get up a flirtation
with some city
girl. He thinks
somebody will see
the name nud
write to him.
Oh, how I hato
To prove that
she hated him
she threw her
self on the bed
and wept for half
In the mean
time the stenog
rapher was busy
with tho pump
kin. But when
she cut It up she the
was careful to
keep In one piece tho section on which
Sam's name was carved
When morning came Bess was too
busy to be lonesome. The land'ady
gave the two girls the run of her kheb
en und furnished them with all the
spices they needed for their cooking.
She wis almost as much Interested In
the great dlnijer as the girls were.
Before noon the florist's boy came
with flowers from Arthur, and when
the table was set und decorated It was
a triumph of cor.y beauty.
When Arthur entered the hallway at
2 o'clock be found n tall young strau
ger carefully studying the names be
neath the speaking tubes.
"For whom arybu looking?" asked
"For Miss Elizabeth Grant," said the
"Oh." eald Arthur, eying the strnn
ger critically He felt that for the
stenographer!) wtke In wan the nnliiril
protector of the little cashier lit In
spectlou, however, convinced him that
the tall stranger was all right, though
It was clear that ho came from the
"You know her?" asked Arthur itt
"We nro old friends,' said tho tall
"Then come with me." said Arthur
cordlnlly "I am golngr op there now."
When Arthur knocked at tho door
tho stenographer went to open It, Her
ejjs were shin
ing. Bcsi turned
beV back nnd pre
tended to bo busy
at the window.
rapbor's words of
wclcorao died on
her tongue when
she sow that Ar
thur was not
"T h I s geutle
man wants to seo
Miss Grant." said
Tho little cash
ier turned slowly
"t it i b oentleman townrd tho door.
WANTS TO SEE MISS "S fl 11)1" BllC
"BoshI" Ho came rapidly toward
her and took her hands. "Bess, It w,as.
a foolish quarrel. I could uot bear to
think of your being nlono hero on
Tho Htenogrnpher hurried nround to
Iny a fourth plate at the Thanksgiving
dinner table Georgo Weymouth In
THEY NEVER FAIL
That is What Thay Say About Them
in Alliance, and it Is Therefore,
Another proof, more evidence, Alli
ance testimony to swell tho long list of
local people who endorse the old
Quaker remedy, Doan's Kidney Pills.
Read this convincing endorsement of
that remarkable pteparation:
Mrs, Robert Bickncll, 504 Big Horn
Ave., Alliance, Ncbr., says; "I have
known of tho inerils of Dean's Kidney
Pills for over three years. I first used
them in Plcasanton, Iowa, and after
coming to Alliance about u year ago, I
procured a supply at Fred Holstcn's
Drug Store, as thoy are the best rem
edy I have ever known for disordered
kidneys. For a number of years I was
afflicted with kidney complaint and was
unable to find any permanent relief un
til I began using Doan's Kidney Pills,
They disposed of tho paitiB in my loins
and also strengthened my back. Since
then I have felt like a different person.
I cannot recommend Doan's Kiduoy
Pills too highly in return for the bene
fit they have brought."
For sale by all dealers. I'rico 50c.
Foster-Milhurn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,
solo agents for the United States,
Remember the name Doan's nnd
take no other.
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Miss M. Ruth Taylor
TEACHER OF PIANO
324 W. Fifth St. Phone 205
EDITH M. SWAN
and Musical History
Stud 424 iM-amie Avenue
A. F. BALDRIDGE
Lund Office Practice a Specialty
Bonded Abstracter in Office
Onico In McOorklo block, next to U. H.
Attorney at Law
Office First National Bank Bldg.
'Phcne t8o. ALLIANCE, NEB,
11. M. BULLOCK.
Attorney at Law,
Long experience mMcccIvci U.S. Lund Office
l n guarantee for prompt and etlloteut norvloo.
Office n Opera House Keck
Lawyer and Land Attorney
Practitioner In civil couHn slnco )8S3 nnd
ttettlstrr U. 8. Land Omco from 1P03 to 1M7.
Information - 1 tall (1 Hxolulty.
Ol rlOE IN t.ANl OFFICE IIUlMUNll
Ken. Phone SO
V. .1. PETERSEN
Hen. Phone 43
Drs. Coppernoll & Petersen
Rooms 7, 8 and 9, Rutncr Block
GEO. J. HAND,
PHYSICIAN AND S V It Q X O
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
DR. C H. CHURCHILL
PHYSICIAN AND Sl'IKlF.ON
(Hucctsw)r to Dr. J, 1C MKire;
OFFICE IN FLETCHER BLOCK
Office hotiM tl-12 a.m. '.'-4 p.ui. 7:so.p p, m.
OfficePhouo02 Res. Phone, 85
H. A. COPSE Y, M. D.
Physician and Snrjtcon
CtflUniiawrrrd iiruinntly doy nd ntjrht from
oDtii't). Ortlces: Alllum'e National Bank
Ualldlnir nrer the Post Olllce.
DR; CHAS. E. M-AGU:
Paid to Eye Work
Dr. L. W. Bowman
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Rumer Block. Ri.ums t: iid 13
Oftlee bourn, 10 to 12 11. in 1:30 t ( tH!.m
Office Phono 65 Res. Phone 10
Dr. H. R. Belville
Opera House Block Alliance. Nebr.
T. J. THRELKELD,
Unriertakr and Embalmsr
THE GADSBY STORE
Funeral Director end Embalmer
Office Phone 498 Res. Phone 510
J. P. HAZARD
Surveyor and Engineer,
Purtk'H out of town should write, nn 1 urn
out much of the time. Charge will not ex
ceed 15.00 and expense per Uuy .
M. M M
E. C. WHISMAN
Practical Painter & Paper
Full line wall paper samples
PHONE 709 ALLIANCE. NEB
E. O. COOL
Plumbing and Fitting
All work guaranteed first-class
PHONE 2V4 HED
W. F. ROSENKRANZ
Practical llackswithn mI Waft
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