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cSnIit.om ) A tVt tost- of cose i KftD --rr r- I .( sCmcd tor h.s jctA r; ! M wT'il L I i iHI JSP1 '-if i lb ' itf t u riHisrtWeU the call gjl . sy J'' 1 -z"- 'r:.' -rr'S1 CUSSIF1ED ADVERTISEMENTS Want t buy acmtthlng? Hun treda of people lean tliee Want Ad columns looking for what you r others have to offer. Get quick raaulta by advertising in Tba Uarald Wan Ad aepartment. RATES One cent per word per Insertion. Costs no more than Uier nrwRpapt-ra and we sruar antee tbat you reach several hun dred more readtrs. Buy circula tion, not hot air. WANTED WANTED Washing. One day serv ice. Hand work. Satisfaction gaur anteed. I'hoDe J02. Mi?. J. C. John ion. 60tf WANTED SALESMA X WE HAVE a pood opening in this vicinity for a live oil salesman, wil ing oils ami greases. Liberal eommis Ftion. Experienced salesman preferred. Address P. O. Box 1367, Lincoln, Nebr. 03-67 WANTED TO BUY A second-hand Reader, 12 loot; first class condition; also two barges with running geais or will buy running gears without barges. Phone 813sl3. C3tf FOR RENT Sleeping room in an all modern home. Close in. Call at 824 West Third or phone 343-W. tf FOR SALE FOR SALE Stacker rope. Almost new. Inquire of Mrs. M. Weibling. Lakeside, Neb. C0-C9p FOR SALE 10 yearling S. C. R. 1. R. hens; one cock; all dark red, bred for laying $1 apiece. See them on your fishing trip, two miles east of lam, Fredericksen place. Geo. Harn ien. CGp FOR SALE Early maturing cahb? ge ami tomato plants 5 dozen for 2c. Phone 813sl3. Zif FOR SALE Old papers, o cents a bundle, at The Herald Office. FOR SALE Good used cars. A. H. JONES Co., 3rd and Cheyenne. tf LOST LOST Small boy, about the size of a man, barefooted with a pair of wooden shoes on, wearing a sauer kraut coat and hot tomalie trousers; carrying an empty sack on his hack containing one-half dozen assorted railroad tunnels. When last seen, w as on a north bound bicycle, headed south, to buy a ticket to Hillmt-n's Ideal Stock Company, which comes to the Imperial Theatre for four nights, commencing Sunday, July 17 . fG MISCELLANEOUS SEWING MACHINE REPAIRING GET your sewing machine cleaned ?nd j repaired by an experienced man with 35 years' practice. Machine will run like new or no money. Call Phone 341 after o p. m. 65-66p I EDUCATION that PAYS, taught by Actual Practice from the start, in Ne braska's Oldest, Largest ami Lead ing Business Training School. Posi tions guaranteed or tuition refunded. Thirty-eight years ot taimiui seryie. , r- m . r i : tnloirue. Grand i ti'inii i Business College, Grand IsUimt, ie. 64-6-H-70 UNFAIR ADVANTAGE In conversation with Muriel, Myrtle confidentially announced that the en- gagement of their mutual friend M - lissii to the young minister was off. "She told me he was awfully nice in many ways, went on wyrne, uui was "horribly jealous ami took undue advantage of his position." "How was that?" "Well, every time, she had an en gagement to motor with some othe? man, he would pray for rain." Peace is now more than two anil a half years old. and there is very little of" it for its age. New York World. About the only time a ft men rets any applause is when he is chasing a straw hat. Herald Want Ads are read. . 1 . .tL ... I. OMAHA GRAIN MARKET OMAHA, Nob. Cash whetit prices were generally 4c to oc higher today following a corresponding upturn in Chicago futures. Corn ranged l-2c to 1 l-2c higher. White advanced l-2c, yellow l-2c to 1 l-2c, and mixed lc to 1 l-4c. Oats are a cent higher. Rye was nominally 2c up and bailey nom inally unchanged. Wheat receipts to day wore fairly substantial and other grains light. WHEAT No. 1 hard: 1 car, $1.20; fi cars, $1.19; 1 car (new), $1.10; 18 cars (new), $1.18. No. 2 hard: 1 car, $1.20; 1 car (heavy), $1.19; 1 car (smutty), $1.1; 2 ca-s (new), $1.18; 16 cars (new), $ 1.17 ; 1 car (shippers weight) $1.17; I car, $1.16 1-2; 1 car (shippers' weights), $1.16 1-2; 10 cars, $1.16. No. 3 hard: 1 car, $1.1 K; 5 cars (new), $1.16; 3 cars (new), $1.15. No. 4 hard: 2 cars (new), $1.15; 1 car. $1.13. No. 5 hard: 1 car, $1.14. Sample hard: 1 car (new), $1.13. Sample spring: 1 car (dark north ern, 47.5 lbs.), $1.09. CORN No. 1 white: 4 cars, 55c. No. 2 white: 2 cars, 55c. No. 1 yellow: 1 car, 52 l-2c: 4 cars. 52c; 2-5 car, 52c; 1 car (shippers' weights), 52o. No. 2 yellow: 1 car, 52c; 1 car 52'.2C. No. 1 mixed: 1 car, 51c. No. 2 mixed: I car (near white), 53c; 1 car, 51 l-4c; 2 cars, 51c. No. 4 mixed: 1 car ,near white), 52c. No. 5 mixed: 1 car (shippers weights), 45c- oats No. 2 wh'te: 2 cars, 34c. No. 3 wh'te: 3 cars, 32 l-2c. No. 4 white: 1 car, 32 l-2c. Sample mixed: 1 oar, 32 l-2c. RYE No. 3:3-5 car, $1.10. THE LIVESTOCK MARKET Cattle Receipts of cattle continue moderate, Wednesday run being only 4.000 heed. Demand was cute brisk again this morning and trade was fairly active and unevenly higher on all classes of killers. Yearlings sold at 1525c gains while medium and heavy steers were strong to 10(a) 15c h'gher. Be.-t yearlings reached $9.15, the highest pr ce paid here in three months. Cows were fully 25c higher find nre right around the dollar higher than this time a week ago. There were no westerns of any consequence here today. The few feeders that were on offer to'd about steady. Quotations on Cattle Choice to prime beeves, $8.35(.75; good to choice beeves, $7.S5K.25; fair to good tweves, $7.25(o7.75; common to fair beeves, $6.50(7.25; choice to prime vearl-'ng, 8.409.15; good to choice yearlings, $7.75(rt)Si.35; fair to good yearlings, $7.00(S)7.75; common to fair yearlings. $6.25(o)7.00; choice to prime heifers, $7.00(S7.50; good to choice heifers. $5.50(5)7.00; choice to prime cows $r,.006.50; good to choice rows', e,5.2."(f6.00; fair to pood cows. $4.50 tTf.r. or. fmYimnn in fair rows. 81 .75(?i 4.00: rood to choice feeders. $5.25( .0(1: fair to root feeders. $5.2i(H-6.0(i- common to fair feeders, S4 ;(K .'. good to choice stockers, $5.75(fi 6.50: fair to good stockers. $5.00(5.75; $4.00(0-5.00; common to fair stockers . . jf $3.50(5.50: stock cows, - ' . . . !?2.75(f(4.00: stock calves, 4.()0(ff 7.00; yeal c:ilve-. $4.509.50; bulls, stags, etc., $3.0(ri6.0(; choice grass beeves, !s(.50fi)7.0O: common to good grass beeves, $ 1.00(fT6.00; fair to choice gr:s cow. $4.0()fo5.50. Hofr:j There was a fa'vly good run of ho-rs on the market this morning, nctimi.ir:iliinir for Hi 3 lo:tds of 11.000 had. The market was active at prices ! tesulv to 10c higher than yesterday. 0f S.,P was $S.s5(Ti 9.50 with several full load ton at u!M;, anil a small load piece at $9.,0. ' Sheep and Lambs Receipts of sheep were rather light, 21 loads or about 5.500 head. The market weak ened toward the cloe yesterday, some of the late sales being weak to 25c lower, and there was a further weak ness this morning, lambs at 10.75 showing cloe to a 25c reduction from Tuesday's general market. Sheep were about steady. One ftrinir of feeders yesterday was reported at $6.65. Quotations on Sheep and Lambs Spring lambs, western, $9.75(10.75' spring lambs, native. $9.00(5)10.25: spring lambs, native culls, $4.50(26.00; shorn yeWlings. $5.25(5)7.50; feeder iambs, $5.riiH.65; feeder yearling wethers, S4.0((?r4.75; shorn ewes, $3.00 1.75; tull ewes, $1.00 2.50. HEMIXGFORD Mr. Scntt, the father of George Scott of the Scott's Shows was taken very sick while the carnival was on here last week f.nd died on Tuesday of this week. The funeral was held at the Methodist church on Thursday, Julyijuv 24 u at III ocicci; with Kev. A .J. May. m1s. George Timblin returned home conducting the service. All who knew iast wwk from a visit in tho eastern Dad Scott learned to love him and hetiinl m i'.-. vtjit was well ce.red for at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dunn. Mr. Retiuartte, the superintendent of the chautauijua for Herningford thir year, arrived on Monday of this week and on Thursday afternoon the five day program started off with consid erable interest. The Rudolph's Swisf singers and players gave the first pro gram which was h'ghly appreciated Matthew Wayman gave his great lec ture in the evening. Friday was the Metropolitan Glee club and Beatrice Stewarts Weller, the cartooni.-t. It was fine ami the inter est grows. The program for the remainder of the time is as 'follows: Saturday the Band-o-Singers, Tay lor's. This will be a wonderful day. Don't miss it. Saturday night is Joy Night. Everybody come. Sunday, the Montereys in the after noon ard the noted Mrs. A. C. Zeh ner. She is- a most wonderful speaker. Hear her sure. Monday will be the closing day Douglar Brown will give his lecture, "Some Bone Heads 1 Have Met." ir. the afternoon and the Wales Chau tauqua plsyers will give "Rejuvena tion" for the closing program. Foster May who has been in South Dakota for several weeks, arrived home last week. The services will be held in the chautauijua tent next Sunday. The Sunday schools will hold their meeting in the respective churches and dis miss in time to reach the tent for the services. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Leizure weie called home Monday night by the death of Mrs. Leizure's father at Blair. Neb. They left on No. 42 Mon day nij-ht. W. L. Clark ami wife antl Kev. A. J. May and wife drove to Alliance Mon-1 huarnar ami considering1 said Ktit'on day of this week in Mr. Clrrk's car. for distribution ami assignment of the Ben Johnson accompanied them ind , residue of said estate. The heirs of drove home in a new Ford. j said Eva D. Treat, deceased, and all Mrff. A. J. May expects her sister, persons interested in said estate, are Mrs. Mi-b'e Rush on Saturday of this required to appear at the time am' wck. She and her husband will re- ; place so designated and show caue, if main for a few days and then return to I sUCh exi.-ts, why said account should their home at Mt. Vernon. 111. They not be allowed, or the residue of said are visiting now in Spearfish, S. D. ) estate distributed. Kev. and Mrs. Cox left Thursday for It Is further ordered that Grace i vacation visiting their daughter at j Treat Miller, executrix, give notice to Hal-ey and then spending some time,;, porsons interested in said estate by it Purdum. Neb. They will drive and j causing a copy of this order to be pub expeet to l e gone about four weeks, j )i-hed in The Alliance Herald, a news- A big firo occurred Saturday night paper printed and published in Alii- on me nuiion ec quirts larm, iour miles west of town. Mr. Adams lives on the pfiice and after they had fin- ished the day's work anil Mr. Adams i had ret 'red, Mrs. Adams discovered a ! light refected on the house and dis- I covered that the barn was on fire artl beyond saving. This was one of the hnest barns in the community an I tne I 'osf is fU)te Heavy. Mr. a-i.'.iim lost ' about $800 worth of property in the fire. It is supposed that the ire oiig- inated from the alfalfa in the mow. A serious accident occurred last Thursday evening about five o'clock on he farm of C. C. Hucke, when one of he boys, Orvil, was thrown from a hay nke whil" ilrivinir from the field to the house. The horses became frightened You will take notice that on the 6th it seems when the tongue broke. He day of June, 1921, an order of at was pulled from the rake and got tachment was issued out of the County tangled in the lines anil was dragged .... 1 I . for nbmit thirty roils and was left un conscious, face down on the ground REAL ESTATE Box Butte County Farms and Ranches Alliance City Property NEBRASKA LAND CO. J. C McCORKLE, Manager Office Grtmnd Floor First National Bask At noon Mondav there seemed to he ! no change and is still in an unconsci- ous state. There were many bruises on the head and face and the body was also badly bruised. There is strong ! hope- that he will recover. PLEASANT VALLEY There will be preaching every two weeks at the Pleasant Valley school house. The next services will be held Mr ami Mrs. Khan. iUlmvin spem Sunday with Mr. und Mrs. W. L. Baldwin. Dr. NelT and family spent Monthly evening with Mr. ami Mr. John Roberts. O. W. Cox and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whit? ner.r Herningford. The Farmers Union gave a l?ne rt the home of Gus Deitchler la-t Sat urday night. There wa a large attendance at the Pleasant Valley Sunday nhool last Sunday. Charles McNay left Wednesday or Iowa 1o look a'"ter business r.nd to market 0 000 bushels of corn. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas So,u:ldi spent Sunday with Mr. end Mrs. Ed. Frits ter. Is the prospect of another great wheat crop a threat of h'gher priced flour and bread for next year? NOTICE OF FINAL PETITION In the County Court of Box Butte County, Nebraska. In the Matter of the Estate of Eva D. Treat, deceased. Now on this 5th day of July, 1921, comes Grace Treat Miller, executrix of the estate of Eva D. Treat, deceased, and files her final account therein as such executrix, and also files her peti tion for distribution and assignment of the residue of said estate r.ow in her possession to the persons entitled by law to receive the same. It is therefore ordered that the 2Hth lay of Jii'y, 1921, at ten o'clock A. M. at my ofl'ice in the court house of Box Butte county, Nebraska, in the City of Alliance, Nebraska, lie fixed as the time ard place for hearing, examining ! and allowiner said final account tnd an.ee. Nebraska, ami ot general circu- ation in said County of Bov Butte in the State of Nebraska, three sucres-.-ive weeks prior to the day set for said hearing. Dated this 5th day of Ju'y, 1921. (Seal) IRA E. TASH, Countv Judee. r. A. BALD. Attornev. Julv8-15-22 NOTICE TO DEFENDANT In the County Court of Box Butte County. Nebraska. Charles Maeuk, Plaintiff, ' vs. Rav A. Graham. Defendant. To Rav A. Graham. Defendant: ( ourt of Box Butte ( ounty in an ac- 1 J . I l . - uon wnerein I mines .i;ic;ik plain tiff and yourself defendant, for the sum of One Hundred Fifty-six and .$-100 ($U(..kJ) dollars, That the same has been served by earnishment of J. E. Hillikrr, who has answered that he J indebted to you in the rum of One Hundred Twenty-One and 99-100 Dollars. , Said action has been continued to July 28th, 1921, at 10 o'clock A. M., at which time you wewe required to appear and defend against plaintiff's action. CHARLES MACAK. . Jun2-Jull5 Plaintiff. If your car is not working, let us make it work. If your radiator leaks, let us stop it. L. O. SMITH 211 Laramie Rcr of Herald WELDING GEO. H. BRECKNER 210 W. 3rd Painting and Paperhanging GRANT HALE Work Guaranteed. Corner Third and Cheyenne MOVING, PACKING. STORING AND SHIPPING SNYDEIt TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF. STORAGE "When It's Your Move, Let Us Know" Office Phone, 15; Res. 881 and Blk. 730 F. A. BALD Attorney-at-Law Office in Reddish Block Let Me Cry Your Sale R. A. WYLAND Auctioneer 1232 Missouri Telephone 3S4 L. A. BERRY ROOM 1. RUMER BLOCK PHONE 9 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Drake & Drake Dot-tors of Optometry Glasses Accurately Fitted Not Medicine, Surgery, Osteoptthj DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chiropractors Palmer School Telephone 8G5 Wilson Buildint Real Estate, Loans and Insurance F. E. REDDISH Reddish Block Phone C64 Allianc Harry P. Coursey AUCTIONEER Lie Stock and General Farm Sal PHONES: RES. NO. 113 OFFICE NO. 1. Transfer and Storage Successor to Wallace Trana fer and Storage Company PIANO MOVING BY AUTO TRUCK PACKING AND CRATING FURNITUE A SPECIALTY Howard & Allen "We Try Hard to Pleaae" ELLSWORTH Mr. M. H. Kennedy nrl son Long ley, were passenger Monday. They expect to return Sunday. Pat Welch will ship a car load of horses to the Grand Island market on Saturday. This will 1k the first car of live Ktock Flapped from Ellsworth this season, but from the outlook the cuttle shipments will t-oori ftart going. We look for a larger quantity than was hand'ed lat year. Many of tho rancher pli.n on a few car loads the last of this month. Perry I-nw, A. Moore and B. F. Bollinger motored to Alliance Monday. We are enjoying a great season in baseball. Not only is everybody hav ing lots of fun but our team is win ning their share of the games and re ceiving rood suppoit. Out of twelve game played we have won eight and lost four. Sunday we played three gomes-, defeating the "I'ickl.'ps" 12 to 12, and in the regular scheduled after noon game Lakeside was defeated 13 to 11. However, a second game of seven Innings was played with Lake side and they won 17 to 9. twenty-one innine be;ng too much for our one pitcher to throw in one dny and J2lls worth line-up was change.! in such a way thst it didn't prove profitable in the last gnme. This coming Sur.iLiy Ell. worth plays at Bingham with the Sand Hill Cubs, the winners playing the Bingham team. We have twice defeated the Bingham aggregation and they will be "all lined up" to give u. n hard battle, should we defeat the Cubs. Both of these games will be five inninir games. In additlrn to the ball game?, Bingham has lined up to have some riding and races and a big day is anticipated. Come to Bingham and watch us win. Miss Myrtle Arms, Mrs. Win. Steele, Mrs. Anna Bennett and Mrs. A. H. Arms-, rr.otoie;! to Alliance Wednes day. v J. E. Foy, tr?vei;nf for the Standard Oil company, with headquarter at Alliance, was an Ellsworth visitor last Mondav. ' Walter v;ditmrn ar' J. L. Young were Lakeside visitois Tuesday after noon. Dr. G. W. Joseph of Crawford re cently visited his dauI.tcr, Ki J. I Young. Edward Kennedy visited hi? sister, Mrs. Rocs Schafenbur" at the Joy ranch Wednesday and Thursday. Hay ing will start there cbout the 20th of this month and Ed. will probably as sist with the work. George HnnrMF of Carrier, formerly t resident of Ellsworth, is visitinjf at the Kennedy home. D. C Vinlng o' Litchfield who re lieved Mr. Kennedy a station aent the past two weeks, has returned to his horn-?. J1'. Kennedy is much im nroved in health tince his .tay at the Thermopolia baths. Don't forgot the bull game at Bing ham Sunday. FOWLING Quite n number of travelers have been passing through here this week. Mr. ami Mrs. Jake Elsea were chop ping in Alliance Monday. Mrs. C. P. Mann and children were Alliance callers Saturday. The new potatoes on the Xtlpwick ranch ore large enough to eat. James Eaton was an Alliance caller Saturday afternoon. ' Carl ' Eaton f pent Saturday night and Sunday with his brother, Jun.es. He started running a tractor on me Paschke and O'Connell ranch Monday morning. . Mr. Banks and Mr. Kilpatnck mo tored to the Woiley place Saturday moraine Thev made a call at 1'eltr- sons and Eatons. on their way home. The barn on the old Dsvson place burned Saturday night. We did not learn the particulars. Georce Roth amt f.ric Aniter'son were fishing at the Kilpatrick dam Sunday. ' The attendance at .vumiay scnooi took quite a drop, a there were only eighteen present last Sunday. Mrs. Klsef arm" Jean were callers at Mann's Sunday evening and en joyed abig dish of homemade ice cream. Mrs. C. P. Mann and children spent Friday afternoon at Mrs. Elrea'a. The Wilkins voung folk." attended the dance at Hubbel'g Saturday night. Mrs. Fred Crawford's sister spent Sunday with her. We did not learn the name. Howard Essex and sister anil r.mest Weinell Kpent Sunday at the Wilkins home. The mail carrier has been fixing up all the rough places in the road. Every one wishes he had started long ago. POINT OF ROCK CREEK Howard Lore motored to Minatare Saturday to stav over Sunday with his sister, Mrs. George Denton. Mr. and Mrs. CM Hashman, Mr. and Mrs. Anhew Ilashn.an went to Pine Ridire, Sunday. Ernie Weinell motored Miss Iva Wilkin anil Howard Essex to Alliance Sunday evening. Arthur Denton down 'rom Mina tare visiting the Lore brothers. Everyone in thi neighborhood is prenai ing to cut their fr;'in. Mr. r.nd Mrs. Roy Eoer v.ent to Alliance Saturday. I onic Wilkins- and frend motored to Alliance Sunday evenimr. Frankie Hashman and fr"rd, Miss Marv Mayoie attend ihe ball game Sumlav at Green's. ' Frank Jones is helping with the having at C-l Hahnvn'.'. I Mrs. .1. Hill of Alliance is visiting this week w'th Mrs. Wm. Bowling at the McCorkle eamp. ! Mr. B''rd was in this vicinity hunting horses that had strayed away, caused 'bv Nutoists leaving yates amh. I Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hashm.in or Mercv, Mo.j are visiting relatives this month. I . I TVi nnti-salnon league's kick is that the nation is taking to prohibition with too much cellarity. Norfolk Virgin-ian-Pilot. . The railroads are lerng tht hieh 'ilfare isn't nourishing. -NvrioiK vu- ginian-Pilot.