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THE ALLIANCE HERALD. FRIDAY JULY 29th, 1921
SEVEN
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ADVERTISEMENTS
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Insertion. Cents no more than
ther newspapers snd we (fur
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dred more readers. Buy circula
tion, not hot air.
WANTED
U'ivTvnr.i,i
,ir r.v,r, i - fu.. p,.;t.ithn? for this county. h the ard
tan.
fj-tf ;
WANTED Washine. One day serv-i
ice. Handwoik. Satisfaction paur-
an teed,
ton.
Phone ;j02. Mrs. J. L. John-:
COtf ;
WANTED TO BUY A second hand
header, ! foot; first clas condition; ;
also two barges with runnim? gears or,
-iIl buv running gears witnout tiarpes.
Phone 813sl3. C3tf
FOR SALE
FOR SALE Two Ford touring cars,
in good shape, one with winter ton.
A. H. JONES CO. 70-71
FOR SALE One 12-foot McCormick
header and binder, attachment; also 1
ene repistered Red Poll bull. EUGENE j
ROSENBERG, Hemingford, Nebras- j
ka. (Jy-70
I
FOR SALE Base burner, in hrst ;
class condition at a reasonable price
if taken at once. Inquire for 515 at
Herald office. tf
FOR RALE Early maturing cabLi ge
and tomato plants 5 dozen for 25c.
Fhone 813sl3. f-0Af
FOR SALE Old papers. 5 cents
bundle, at The Herald Office.
FOR SALE Good used cars. A. H.
JONES Co., 3rd and Cheyenne. tf
FOR RENT
FOR RENT 3 unfurnished rooms for
lieht housekeeping. MIKE NICHOl.l
South Allianc. 70-71p
MISCELLANEOUS
EDUCATION that PAYS, taupht by
Actual Practice from the start, in Ne
braska's Olde-t, largest and Lead
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tions guaranteed or tuition refunded.!
Thirty-eight years of faithful service
Send for catalogue, t.ran-l
Island
Business College. Grand Island. NeV.
f4--8-70
LAKESIDE
.... 1 married and still lives r.t home. Thev
H u vey Whales- returned from Alii-j have lwo hundred and ten acre.- of
ar.ee Tuesday. ! wheat, thirty of outs, twen'v of barlev,
Mr-. Anna l!un-:ikev returned .rom;nintv.five "f corT) .htefn (lf p.j,".
.Alliance Monday w,;h her daughter, ten of Hifaifa cne hundred ard thirty
Fave. wl o hnd been in the ho-nital at hpa() of cattjei R-;netv-five hi.gs and
thnt place f. r a couple of wees. seventeen horses. Mr. J-Pnek av? '
Mrs Ralph Shrewsbury and Mr. and'that thp farmets ln thi.j county mu-f
Mr-. Shrewsbury v ere in town Tues- t to farm;n, as they (lo in the ea-t,
elav. ! by plowing deeper and earlier and to
Wi'linm Fl-'gg l f-tioned from the pjant th,ir cro) mo,.e in a.(,n ar t0
country Monday eveninp. ' ,0 diver-ified farming. Thev do the
M:ib'e Speer is visiting out north of I m0yt of their fj.rminjr witn a" tractor,
town at the pre-ent time. The-.' were heading pra in when e
Mr. and Mr-. Howard Jones went to fa;l(l, on xh?mt tuttin- fro: i thirty to'
Alliance Sunday to have some dental thirty-fe acrs a div. Mr. Jelmek ',
work done. says when he came to this county he ,
Jo Warren was down from Ar.tiocn ha1 an ox team ar(l a Iew impe:
Monday. . 'farming- toots, but now he is out of!
Johnn'e Barn.-bv who vi-:ted debt and has a l.tMe something be,ides
brother. Charles Barneby and family,, ,
here the fir-t of the week returned to j Jo,pf prorhazka came here from
bis home at Mullen Tue-day. OI rt and R0hemia .-i-.teen vear- uvro and own-j
Zetma accompanied him heme for a . onj, tv,ou,;in, fou hur..!red and fotv'
vit with r'.-.ties ther. 'acres or- land. He ha- one hundred
Mrs J. IL Lunsfoid spent a cnup.e , c,.e . of wheat, foitv of oats, forty of;
of days at Alliance this week. , ro,.ni shty f)f aifa!fa five of t,uek. i
The ladies' aid society met with wheat fifty head of cattle, thirty los I
Mm. Osborn Weelne.xlay. 'twenty horses and forty hive- of bee-.!
Chris Mo-ler and ii. C Brunson i jle ha- alx.ut one th..u'-i.nd five hund-l
vrere in from the Star ranch ednes- j r(.() M1uri, 0f honey to ,e!l at l 'c per
day afterr.oon. pound. Jo-ef .-ays this a.- a p od a!
Herald Want Ads Results.
Gene Byrnes Says: "Thanks for the Advice."
,-v
mem: ft
fVPE.
OR
SEX- MVfBE. THCYD UKC
SOME. tVSNO FHTEP rLWES
1 AHNTrUNG.
ON Tin: ROAD WITH
THK HI R ALU TKAVELKRjit
I (Cor.t:nuffl from Tope 1)
Joe Peltz was hom here arnl owns
one hundred and .r.ty acre:- but i-
fraiina; fix rtUTKireo arm Tortv acre?, i
He has one hundred and fift" aoes f.f
whet, twenty-five of out-, tv enty-fi'.e I
of corn and thirty of spuds. Joe !
1 moved to ButVr county a few year
afu, but could not stay away, o he re
I turned to his fir.t love.
. W. A. Clark came here from Iowa
thirty-five years atro and on rx
hundred and forty acres of )and n"ne
! miles northeast of Hemin2ford. He
jhas fifty acres of wneat, twe've of
oats, fifteen of alfalfa, thirty-f. v of
'corn and fifteen of spud'. "Ir. Claik
says that dnersihfd firm:nir i.- the
mu.-t be chantred to pet be-t ic.-ult.-.
R. C. Willard cair.e firm Mir.r.e-ct
ia.-t year ami 1. cperatir.j,: six r.ur.iiiei ,
and forty acr o: land, lie ha- ore i
hundred and thirty -ue i.c;c- .f w h-?..t. !
fifty of oat.-, twrr.ty-fi' e of bai lev , i
.;ffhtv-five of cvn thivtv
o; spu'is, I
eiht of cane, tv-f-ntv of -went clov.i ;
and seventy of alfalfa,
Roscoe says i
that he Lkes this country much i- lei ;
than Minnesota, as the land farms!
much ea.-ier here and wii! produce !
more to the acre. He says this i.- the
best crop he has ever raised and tie is
well satisfied here.
R. B. Barrows carr.e
here from
Custer county four years np .nd irmaVe more money here on the same
ooviaung two nunoreti ami eigni acre- t
f land. He has fifty-eitrht acies of
wneai, iorty-mne oi oais, iony ox
pul' and thiity head of hops. Eurton
says that his crops this year is just a
pood average, and that -puds are the
best paying crop to raise here.
Tom Tucek was raised in this
county and owns four hundred acres of
land. He has the cultivated land all
leased out but keeps the grass land.
He has ten head of cattle and seven
horses. Tom is building a fine new
hou.-e, doing all the carpenter work
alone. It will have eipht rooms s r.d
a partry and will be modern nhtn
completed.
W. R. Campbell came here from
Montana four years ago and owns one
hun.lred and sijety acres of land. He
has forty-five acres of wheat, ton of
barley, twenty of oat-, ten o;' pud-,
twenty-five head of hogs. He likes this
country much better than Montan i.
George W. Mil'er came here last j
spr:nj from Dakrta county. He is op- ;
erat;np four hundred and eighty acre ',
of land. He has forty-five acres of
wheat, five of oats -ixty-five of corn j
I aim v i t . ifi .-inn. . v i .
was in the air service in France, foi
nearly two years, and was ,'n a wreck
that killed his fiyinp partner and,
rendered him uncon-ciou-; icr .-evera;
days. He likes the farm.rg game very j
well. I
John JeHnek cr.me here t'n'rtv-.-i
i years apo from But'er c-untv and
home-teaded the place on which he
now lives. He own one the u-isi!
two hundred and eighty acres of !ar)!.'j
but has retired from the eperati'-n of
the farm, and turned the piace over to (
his two sons, John and Joe. John i? j
I the ui M, and that ho
ace to make me.nev
a-
place V:
.r..." torn
ME 5
UK-?
i o fur fiom market
Wiiliarn L. McKiilip came here
fie eai.- a:o from Iowa and is o;x:r
atinj; five hundred and sixty acres of
land. He haw forty acres of wheat,
jU'Urtrcn of oats, forty-five of corn,'
lourteen of ypuils and 30 hos. He
- - wpud, corn and hojrs is the lest ,
projjo-ition here. He says his crop this
j ear is atove an average.
Ralph Hopkins was horn here and
owns t-ix hundietl and forty acres of
land. He has thirty acre of wheat,
"fV"; fr7lll wi uaiirj, mt.
hundred and fifty of corn, thirty-rive, of
spud- and one hundred and fifty hox:--.
Ralph sas that spuds are the surest
croo. but that one should do mixed
I farminv fend rai?e lots of hoirs and
larminv
coin
; B. B. Hopkins came here thirty!
7 C
Am
fur r r - iiit ii i
yetrs ;.o nni v ix.-nii.-in, ami un.-'jie
ne hun irtd and sixty acres if land,
but ha-- it leased to V.'. L. McKiilip.
He has u:t the farminir pame himself ;
and at t.'i tre.-ent time is livine in
Hermnjrford. I.ert says that corn ami
hops have done the e?t for him, but
oats hi
!uys lone well here.
Anton L'st'halcame here from But-!
!er countv five years ao ami owns
four hundred and eighty acres of land,
He has fifty-five acres of wheat, ten or
barley, twelve of spuds and twenty-five
of corn, ten of alfalfa, thirty hogs and
thirty-one cuttle. He savs one can
capital than he can in Butler county,'
and that in his opinion hogs and coin
is the surest and easiest money for one "There! Did you see that poor me
who lives a distance from town. chanic buying a big, expensive box of
I candy for his wife or his girl? That
William Athey came here from, shows you never can tell." And the
Iowa seven years ago and owns one husband was so chastened he purihan
hundred and sixty acres of good land.jed a five pound box of the best the
and has it fixed up as the eastern farm- j store afforded.
ers fix up their farms, all fenced and ! -
cross fencd, and everythinz is as neat The sov iet would exUnd the Mes
as a Dutch kitchen. Will !oes all the -inp of Russia to the rest of the
work alone, but finds plenty to do on world.
one hundred and sixty acres of land. ' mmm-mm..
and thinks if more farmers would
farm less ground they would make) NOTICE OF HEARING,
more money. He says one should do ( ,
mixed farming, and that he can make, n the County Court of Box Butte
more money here than he could in . County, Nebraska.
Iowa, and likes the climate much b-t- n the Matter of the Estate of
ter. He has thirty acres of w heat, I j , ttia Cole, Deceased,
eipht of oats, ten of spelts, ten of corn, r au Persons intere.-ted in said
five of alfalfa and four of spuds j ;-t;ite:
ilerald Want Ads are read.
Our s-incere desire to please those who call upon us has
aided materially in estalili-shinsr a worthy reputation for u.s
in the public mind. We are experienced undertakers conducting-
a modern establishment. We furni.sh a Ix-autiful
Lurii.1 at a consistent price.
Glen Miller
UNDERTAKING PARLORS
Phones: Dar, nil
Night, Z22 or 535
REAL ESTATE
Box Bntte County Farms and Ranches
Alliance City Propertj
NEBRASKA LAND CO.
J. C McCORKLE, Manager
Office Gronc! Floor First National Baak
THE, IM
LOOKING foR-
fun, sr.o-
' " riB
SHORT STOKU'IS.
An Atlanta hushand, hnvinp f(TemI-;
el, cume home the evening of the
(juarrcl with a parcel under hi. arm.
Pariinp, he paid to his wife, "look
here. l'e K"t Komethinjr here for
the irron I love test in trie world." ;
ne came lorwaru witn a
"Humph! Whutisit:1' the
"A ... of ciKars:'
.U m -
lrur-!
askett. '
A notorious Kosfi'P one day wrr.t to
Dean W. D. Wili-on, burning with in
dignation. "Oh, doctor, have you heard
tr,P h. -taceful new.? The younjr jeo
ple cr vour church are ROinK to have
....in, iney ;ay. How shocking:
Whr ,1,, you think about it?" To
which the saintly scholar responded
s-weet'y, "Madam, I had rather have
them -hake their legs than their ton
K u-.
Jo!, n Jones had trouble with his car.
v;:s several mi ley iroin nome ami
alone, hen something in the mach-
ine's inwards cave a loud clank and
oner; t ns ceased. Puttinrr on overalls '
and i nnner. .Tones went to work, and i
when he pave up two hours later was j
so siwm-d wilh
oil and prea.-e one1
u-mibl tinvA fniind it ilitTirult. to de-1
terme whether he was a Caucasian or
an j-.: r ii! n. Telephoning a parage I
to sem! and cret his car. Jones started i
home by troiiev. At a tr-msfer to;r
he thuurht, for all his tribulations, of
Mrs. Jones' Saturday box ot camly an.i
went in a diug store, where he
1 linvht tlio ru-.tnm:irv l:iriri Ihi of th
tostiy brand. "There!" said a well
dres.-ed woman who was in the store to
bor equally wellxlressed husband.
' N'ote s hereby p;vn that at the
1 County Court Room in the city of Atli-
123 West
Third Street
A?
I
THE. SrM 1
i KO-V. LrVT
McTrt '
ance in said county n the Cl.-t lny f
...... 1 ! 1 at tK nf ID nVl.u-V
A. M., the follow int? matter will e
heard and considered: -Tlie petition if
S. 11. Cole for letters of Administra-
tion upon the estate of I.ettia Cole,
deceased.
Dated the 27th day of July, l'J2I
IRA tl TASH,
(SpAI.) County Judire
' Jul2:-Aup.i0.
If your car i not working, let us make
it work.
If your radiator leaks, let us stop it
L. O. SMITH
211 Laramie Rear of Herald
WELDING
GEO. H. BRECKNEK
210 W. 3rd
Paintinff and Paperhansin";
GRANT HALE
Work Guaranteed.
Coiner Third and Cheyenne
j
"
MOVING, PACKING. STORING
AND SHIPPING
SNYDER TRANSFER
AND FIREPROOF STORAGE
;Vhen It's Your Mo-e,
Let l' Know"
Office Phone, 15; Res. 881 and Blk. 730
F. A. BALD
Attomey-at-Law
Office in Reddish Mock
Let Me Cry Your Sale
R. A. WYLAND
Auctioneer 1232 Missouri
Telephone 384
I A. KERRY
ROOM 1, RUMER BLOCK
PHONE 9
ALLIANCE. NEBRASKA
Drake & Drake
DiK-tor of Optometry
Glasses Accurately Fitted
1 Not Medicine, Surperv, 0teopatk
DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH
Chiropractor Palmer School
Telephone 8C5 Wil.-on Buildmi
Real Estate. Loans and
Insurance
F. E. REDDISH
Reddish Block
Thone 661 Alliano
Harry P. Coursey
AUCTIONEER
Lite Stock and General J'arm Sal
PHONES: KS3. NO. ItS
OFFICE NO. 1.
Transfer and
Storage
Eucceuort to Wallace Trans
fer and Storage Company
riAXO MOVING EY AUTO
TRUCK
PACKINO AND CRATING
FUP.NITUE A SPECIALTY
Howard & Allen
"We Try Hard to Pleaae"
Ait ruct 0 J
5
. - - -r K r- - ' I
THE LIVESTOCK MARKET
OMAHA, July 27. CATTLE Re
ceipts ,f rattle today were eitimate.
at 4,hH) head, a ptod Wednesday run.
A broad .'hippinp iemand develops!
for pood handiweipht and heavy cattle
and thee kind" sold WCir 15c and in
jome rave r-c hiuher than yest-tday.
Lipht ter end yri.rlinir' ruled steady
to Mronp, the plain kinds about steady.
Cows were unen, motly steady,
ranperi linp slow ncllers. Stockers
ami felT ere uiu hanped and a few
western leves that were here also
sold about steady.
Cattle luatation1-: Choice to prime
berveo, $l.lrt)r :..-;:; p()(Ki to choice
If-eves, fH.n;.!): fair to e-oo.1
J brevet, $7.7."Vi 8.2" ; common to fair '
.beeves, $7.2.r.fr 7.7.'.; choice to prime
year'inps $n.i:,(n"Xlo; poinl to choice
yearlinp.-, $ H.I.O'h'XIO; fair to poo!
yearlir.p--, $m.(K),.( k.;,0; common to fair
yearlings i.00..i ,.,L; choice to prime
heifers, S 7.7:.rn".Mrf); pood to choice
heifers ?r,.(H)fri.7.."0; choice to prim
cows, $.a,ri(i fi..Mi; common to fair
cows, $:i.K 4.25; ifool to choice feed
ers, ?. ii(n i.2o; fair to pood feelers,
$..?.'iUi'(.0; common to fair feeders,
$."i.(K)(o .'..7ri; ptKl to choice blockers,
Ck'ZU(i fair to pood ;tockerr,
S.Vr0iVr,.2"); common to fair i-tockers,
$4..".()fri t.hO; stock heifers, $4.00n'5.r0:
stock cows, $3.00!n 4.23; litock calves,
t t.OOft 7.2."; veal calve. ti.W" $.?f:
bulls, staps, etc., JLoOQi 7.1I; wtslem
ranpers. pood to choice prass lieeves,
f 7.00(o 7.75; common to pool eia-
beeves, $.".00f-i r,.7."; fair to choice
prnss cows. J4.r0fn 6.75.
HOflS Only fi,ri(K) hops were re
eeivt.. today's trad and the mar
ket ruled hifchtr but advances were
paid by packers under protest and the
general trade was nithc r tiuiet. Ship
per bo'iirht (lo-irabl' hogs early t
prices 2U(- 40c higtu-i , but packers hel.l
off and fin.'illy put up their mixel
droves at ir.(r25c advances. Rest light
hogs made a top of $10.r, and bulk of
the entire receipt .old from $'J.15 t
$10.40.
SHEEP AND LAMBS With R.MMj
sheep and lambs here today fat lamb
had to sell on a otr basis, but other
classes of stock held up in good shape.
Lambi tn.ile was quoted mostly 25c
lower and sheep and feeder were fully
steady. Best fat lamb dropped t
$0.K5 and pr'ty pood natives sold at
J5UM). f;oo ' iat ewe were reKrted at
$5.25. A uir demand exists for feed
ers and sales of thin lambs were made
up to $7.f5(iri'7.75.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Fat
lamb.-, we-tern. JO.OOijri !.S5; fat lambs,
natives. x.75vt 0.25; feetler lambs,
$;.75Vi 7.25;- cull lambs. $5.00";.50;
fat vearlinjr, $'.2." W7.50; fat ewes,
$3.2 V't 5.50; feeder, wes, $2.25&r5.25;
cull ewes, $1.0i)(h2.50.
OMAHA GRAIN MARKET
OMAHA, Neb., July 27. Wheat re
ceipts with 20 cars, against ltv'I cars
last Wednesday an.l l.0 cars a year
i . i m . .
age. ( urn arrival.- ioiay weie l cars
and oat 22 cars. Wheat pr.ee. were
.lc higher for the bulk. Corn rangeit
unchanged' to P.c hipv.er. White was
generally ic up, yel'ow lie to Hi up
and mixed unchanged. Oats were gen
erally lL lower. Rye and barley
price were nom'nr.l.
Wheat.
No. 1 bard: 1 car, J 1.23 (dark); I
car, $1.22 Olark); 4 cars, $1.21 (dark);
1 car, $1.20 (75 per cent elark); 1 car,
S1.1S: 3 cars. $1.17; 1 car, $1.17 (smut
ty); 1 car $1.16ls; 4 cars, $L1C; 2 cars,
f 1.16 (yellow); 1 car, -ji.it iFmuuyj,
1 cars, $1.15; 2 car, su.im lyenowj.
No. 2 elark: 1 car, fl.Zo (special
billing); 1 car, $1.23 (dirk smutty);
I car, $1.20 (dark); Z cars, i.i''
(smutty); 1 car, $1.1.; 2 car. i
smutty; 3 cars, 51.10; : cars, i.io-;
3 cars $1.13 (yellow ; h cars, $1.1; 54-
cars, fl.l. tneavyi; a cars,
(yellow); 14 cars, $1.14; carF, JI.lt
(yellow): 2 cars, SI. 14 (smutty); 1 car
$1.13-2 (smutty); 1 car, $1.14 (very
(smutty).
No. 3 hard: 2 cars, fi.zv ttiaric
smuttv); 1 car, $1.10 (dark smutty); 1
car, $1.17 (dark smutty, 30 per cent
rve); 1 car, $1.1;; 1 car, 11.14'j; u
.... V ... . .. , ,1t. fl
cars, 1.M lyeiir.wp; 1 car,
car. $1.13!i (yellow); 16 cars. $I.I't
(yellow): 4 cars, $1.13; 2 cars, 31. VI.
No. 4 hare!: 1 car, i.r. m. pt
'ent rye); 1 car, $1.1S (ibrk smutty);
1 rcr. $1.J.'S'; 1 car. $1.13; 1 car, II. i s
(heavy); 1 car, $113 (smutty); 1 car.
$1.12; 4 car, $1.12 (yellow).
No. 5 hard: 1 car, -f 1.12; 1 ear.
$1.11.
Sample spring: 1 car, fl.us (aric
Not-.i.
No. 2 Mixed: 1 car, $t.I3( fiurum.)
No. 5 mixed: 1 car $1.05 (durum).
Corn.
Ne. 1 white: 3 cars, Sl'.c; 3-3 car.
51c.
No. 2 white: 1 car, r.l'iC
No. 4 white: 1 car, Ml'iC
No. 6 wh-te; 2 car-, 50c (mu.-ty).
Sample white: 2-5 car, 45c.
No. 1 yell j : 5 cars, 52c.
No. 2 yellow: 1 car. 3l3c; 2 cars,
.1 'ic; 2 cars, 51c.
No. 3 yrtlow: 1 car, 5le; 3 cars.
'O'iC (in store).
No. 4 je'.iow:
1 car, 4!2C I in store).
No. 1 m;e.l: 1 car,
C'-.c (neai-
white); 1 cur, -r,0c.
No. 2 mixed: 1 cur, 50'
,c; 1 car.
50c.
No. fi mixed
weights).
1 cur, 4C'c (.-nippers
Oats
1 car. 33 Uc.
5 cars
N.. 2 white:
No. 3 white:
22c (r.evi.
To. 4 white:
1 car.
1 car, 22c; 3 cars, 31c.
Ke.
No. 1: 1 car, $1.05.
No. 2: 2 cars, $1.01. ,
No. 3: 1 car, $1.04.
"How did it com.- aU.ut." a fnVn.fdf
the family U.-ked, "that old (iold.b'JgV-
dau-ihter rei'u-ed I.o.d ?"
.v..il von se." an. ther friend ot
see.
.n-NVei-c !. "June Cokluug i.-t
, .1.., . ..1 . . r . .
L.tr w n ,
leal, arm wi.eei irr ran
pti-ed to her .-he thought he was solic
iting for the Kel Cross, and so
tl.l Viim -l.e was very sorry, but
hLid worn 1. -eel rw-r
monev in another
direction." London t'vening New.-.
Fur-pe i more interested in wh.it
Am.ua falls for tUn vh-t --he rtan.l
for.
he
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