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FOR RENT Modern house; 6 rooms,
large bath; full basement; lot lOOx
130; good location will lease 1, 2 or 3
years; prefer to rent to parties who
will buy the furniture. Must have
references. Apply at THE HERALD
or Phone 941. 4tf
FOR SALE Modern 8 room bunga
low, with garage; 916 Toluca; reas
onable terms. Phone 175. W. M. Fin
FOR SALE Registered French draft
stallion, register No. 22270, volume
12, National Register of French Draft
Horses; 13 years, in good condition;
will sell for $115; sure foal getter.
Ed Schultz, Hemingford, Neb. 7tf
FOR SALE Purebred Barred Rock
Cockerels. Mrs. D. E. Purinton,
Phone 801F11. 6-tf
FOR SALE Small house, modern;
A-l location. Phone 124. tf
FOR SALE Big type Chester White
boars; best of breeding. Phone
801F11. D. E. PURINTON. 71-tf
FOR SALE Reed baby buggy. Phone
FOR SALE Good used cars. A. H.
JONES Co., 8rd and Cheyenne, tf
WANTED 100 men wanted to pre
pare themselves by March to take
good paying jobs as motor experts at
salaries from $150 to $300 per month.
Eight short week3 of training in this
school will qualify you. This school
can show the largest percentage of
successful graduates of any automo
tive school in the United States. Write
today for complete information and
special offer to one hundred men for
January. Lincoln Auto & Tractor
School, 243G O St., Lincoln, Neb. 7-10
NOTICE OF HEARING.
In the County Court of Box Butte
In the Matter of the Estate of
Frank Fishbaugh, deceased.
All persons, both creditors and heirs,
Interested in the estate of Frank Fish
baugh. deceased, are hereby notified
that M. A. Reeder, formerly M. A.
Pease, filed her petition in this Court
as the owner of the following describ
ed, real estate, to-wit; the Southeast
Quarter (SEft) or sect;on f our 14)
Township Twenty eight (28) Range
Forty Seven (47) Box Butte County,
Nebraska; that she alleges that said
Frank Fishbaugh departed this, life in
Box Butte County, Nebraska, on the
10th day of July, 1890, leaving no last
will or testament, and praying that a
time and place be fixed for a hearing
on said petition and that on said hear
ing further administration be not had
and determining the right of descent
of said real property, the persons to
whom it descended and their legal in
terest therein and the interest of the
You and eacn oi you are mereiore
notified that a hearing will be had on
: said petition on the 30th day of De
cember, 1921, at the hour of ten o'clock
in the forenoon of said date at the
rooms of the County Judge of said
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located in the town of Alliance, and
that if you fail to appear and contest
r said petition the court will grant the
s;.tt.a,1 TR A K. tash.
(Sefil) County Juugc
Hollister & Cunningham, Attys.
NOTICE TO REDEEM FROM TAX
' CTF. No. 5.
To Sydney Fielden Wilson, and
Benjamin Graham, if living, if dead, to
his unknown heirs, devisees and lega
You and each of you, are hereby
notified that on the 3rd day of No
vember, 1919, H. E. Reddish purchased
at -public sale for taxes, held at the
office of the County Treasurer of Box
Butte County, Nebraska, the North
west Quarter of Section 31, Township
28 N. Range 51 .W. 6th P. M., in Box
Butte County, Nebraska.
Said sale was made for taxes and
special assessments for the year 1918
and was assessed in said year in the
name of Sydney Fielden Wilson and is
now assessed in the name of Sydney
After the expiration of three months
from the date of the service of this
notice I will apply to the County
Treasurer of Box Butte County, Ne
braska for a deed to said property.
Dated at Alliance, Nebraska, De
cember 15th, 1921.
H. E. REDDISH,
Owner of Certificate.
BURTON & REDDISH, Attys.
In the sweat of their faces men must
eat bread, but the Sons of Rest find it
this time of the year when they must
walk at least three squares to reach
eacn iree mncn.
Europe is said to have lost 25,00Q,000
of its inhabitants during the plagues
of the fourteenth century, so that the
twentieth century still has a little dis
tance to go before breaking a grue
Suggestions for a
JUST to be a little bit different this
th.s plan is going to leave out pur
posely, the well known St. Nicholas.
Yet it is believed that it will be suffi
ciently Christmacy to satisfy the little
.'oiks for whose special benefit it has
To carry out the idea, quite a little
preparation will be necessary. This
can be done cheaply. The work the
children should do tor themselves, such
as trimming the tree, and making their
To start at the end instead of the be
ginning, the final performance of the
pageant will be the distribution of
gifts from the tree. One way for the
teacher to handle the giving is to say
that no gift should cost over twenty
five cents (or whatever the children
can afford) and further, that each
child must hand in the names of the
ones to whom he or she is giving. In
this way the teacher can mnke sure no
child is left out. It will be well to se
that each child receives at least two
gilts, Bince one of the givers might
tail to bring in his presents.
A collection can be taken up to buy
tissue paper and a ball of red yarn.
Each child should be given a sheet of
this paper and two yards of the yarn
to tie up his packages. Then when the
gifts are brought in they will present
a uniform appearance. Red yarn is
fully as attractive as ribbon for tying
packages and much cheaper.
The pageant will start with the en
trance of two boys dressed as candles.
They will march sitffly to the center of
the stage and then separate. March
music will accompany them. If a piano
is not available, they can make a sim
ple statement, "We are the Christmas
Candles to light up Christmas Eve."
They will march stiffly to the center of
little girls dancing, representing snow
flakes. Holly boys and mistletoe girls
will follow them, marching first then
dancing, and finally forming a V shape,
awaiting the next entrance. This will
be the Tree, a small one on a table on
casters, pushed in by a group of ever
green fairies. Gifts will be piled about
its base, and it will be bare of orna
ment. All of the fairies will pass around
the tree and each put a little orna
ment on it. Then they will group
themselves about it, the evergreen
fairies seated in front with one or two
snowflakes, the taller holly and mistle
toe fairies back of it and either side.
The rest of the snowflakes will stand
in front of these latter.
Singing of Christmas songs will
After this a passageway should be
made for the teacher to come to the
front to distribute gifts from the tree.
If che wishes she can make a few
appropriate remarks about the gifts,
which have been made by the chil
dren, each an expression of their kind
feelings for each other, and so on.
As she reads the name on a package,
one of the nearest fairies will deliver
it to the owner, not returning to the
stage. This will continue until all the
fairies but two have left. These two
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will deliver the remaining gifts. This
closes the program.
It may be that the teacher will pre
fer to distribute popcorn balls, instead
Now to go hack to the start.
The stae, the school platform, can
be as simple or as elaborate ns the
teacher wishes. The blackboards can
be covered with sheets re give a uni
form setting, and the teacher's desk
pushed to one aide. One curtain at
least will ba necessary, for the tree
must not appear until quite late on
.he program. This one curtain can be
a sheet or perhaps a dark couch cover
pipned to a wire strung across the
Two curtains, one either side, of
;lark muterial, would be best, of course,
giving two stage entrances for the dif
ferent groups. It will not be neces
sary to close tflem.
The candles, the two boys, should
have straight red crepe paper cos
tumes, with , their arms inside, and
their caps representing flames.
And that reminds us. The tree may
have cardies on it but DO NOT light
hem. With all the children dressed in
paper over their other clothes, the risk
is tar too great to take for the little
add-tional sparkle they might add to
the tree. If some one donates electric
bulbs, that is a different matter of
course. Even then the connections
must be carefully handled.
For snow flakes the group should be
little girls dressed in white. To their
dresses, crepe paper flakes can be
ewn, with wings of snow flakes, and
caps too, held erect by wires or paste
board. 'the holly boys should have dark
suits, or white blouses and dark pants,
with bright red sashes. Over this can
be hung large holly leaves of crepe.
The mistletoe girls can be dressed sim
ilarly with white dresses to which the
leaves are fastened. Large cotton balls
for berries should decorate their caps
If evergreens are available, make
the costumes for those fairies of their
branches. This group can be mixed,
boys and girls, or one or the other
Just as the teacher wishes. If no
hemlock or pine can be had, crepe
paper can take its place slashed with
fringes to represent needles.
The base of the tree and the table
should be covered with red crepe paper,
because many of the costumes will be
green and the red is needed for con
trast. Now as to music. The teacher's en
tire time will be heeded to send the
groups on the stage in order. So a
mother or some one interested must
pay the piano. Marches, dance music,
and the songs will be needed.
However, music is not absolutely
necessary. The snowflakes can stop
their fluttering to say, "we are the
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pnowflnkes. We have come to cover
nil the earth with a coat of white."
The holly and mistletoe group can
say, "We are the brothers of jolly
Christmas. We have come to help him
celebrate." The evergreen will say,
"We always bring the beautiful Christ
mas tiee and here it is now."
When the time comes to sing, the
teacher can start the songs w th a
pitch pipe. In this way the lr.ck of
music need not sj oil the pageant.
So Santa will not be missed and it Is
honed that all will agree that they had
a Merry Christmas.
nam iiii ii'i iu mr inuii miner tu i
a college graduate who had just been
awarded an A. M. degree:
"I suppose Rol)ert wil be looking
for a Ph.D. next?"
"No. He will be looking for a J. O.
North: Dobbs is celebrating the ar
rival of a new baby at hi. house.
West: That so? How many chil
dren has he?
"Didn 1 1 say he Is celebrating ?"
If they keep on cutting the price,
flivvers will be no more expensive
than a good fountain pen.
Still, the fortunes that turn out to' Possibly the time will come when
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CHRISTMAS MONEY PROBLEM.
What he Said to His Wife In Sep
tember: Now thnt vacation is over
I m go.ng to start right in and save
omcihing every week for Christmas.
We've been broke every Christmas
since we were married. For once I'm
going to have enough money to buy
the presenU without having to pinch.
In October : i'm certainly glad I
stnitod saving for Christmas. As soon
as I pay back what I borrowed to
meet thnt insurance premium the fund
will 1k almost big enough to get us
through nicely; and of course I intend
to put a lot into it next month.
In November: With six weeks until
Christmas U'll be In good 'shape, even
if we do take that money for a Thanks
Three Days Before Christmas: While
I was borrowing at the bank I thought
I might as well get enough so we
wouldn't have to skimp. And after
it's all over we can start in and save
again. It won't take long to pay it
back. McCready Huston, in Life.
It is reported that a German scien
tist has found a means of making a
crow edible. Probably, though, this
has no special significance.
A faithful dog will share his last
bone with you, but that's asking al
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Indignant Lady: Sir, when I was
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Young Man: When you were my
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