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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST nth, 1921. SEVEN Gene Byrneo Says: -"it's a Great Life If You ifron't Weaken." . ma J . i . . - II L I' ' 11 -' I ! , . I ii i. "FT" 1 ' -- ... . ... ...-.r.L.. ,. , . . .ACCtfTTrro?fJlOM ) , WrlftVMtCt 'JUST ViT4HM ; Ur.. ,-c:-M r . ; r.l - I i ' m 4 n ft . 0- w r.L i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Want ts bur aomethlna'T Hub . 4ros of people Man the Want 4 columns looking tor what you e ether have to offer. Gt quick raewlta by advertising- In The Karald Want Ad aepartmenU RATES One cent per word per Insertion. Costa no mora than ether newspapers and we ruar antea Uiat you reach several bun drad mora read. Buy circula tion, not hot air. WANTED WANTED Woman to take charge ol ' the finishing room in small towT laundry, must be able to check ant! port. References. THE GLEN ROCK ETKAM LAUNDRY, Glenrock, Wyonv ing. 7S WANTED Engineer and separator nun wants job. Can pive reference, laqtrire at HER.LD OFFICE. 72-p WANTED Six-room house unfur nished, with pan. ye. Call phone m ar 757. 70-tf WAHTED Girl for general bouse week, phone 173. Mrs. Chas. Brit taa. .J89'1' WANTED Wanking Om day serv ice Hand work. Satisfaction ?aur aavteel Phone 502. Mra. J. C. John sml - 60tf THE LIVESTOCK MARKET a work apo and 91 cars a year aj?o. Corn receipt today were ('0 cars nnd oats 17.. Wheat prices were 1 to 2 cent? OMAHA, Aujt. 3. CATTLE A i lower for the bulk. The bulk of the pood Fized Wednesday supply of cattle ! dark wheat sold nt a gi cater decline. howed up around 6.300 head. Corn : on nan a cent to i cent, fed beeves made up close to half of i Oats were about unchanged. Rye and the receipts and trade on them was slow and steady to mostly 1015c ower prices. Best yearlings again rought $10.00. Cows were in liberal uppiy ana foiq imiy :oc lower, jmoi . 1 CSirf 1-14 (fcmutty); 4 cars, $1.13; 1 nany western beevees were received I car 112 (smutty); 2 curs, $1.12 (ycl nd the market for them was slow nnd ow). rices were just about steady. Mock-1 v-0 2 hard 1 car cars, No. 4 white 30c (new); 3 (new). Sample white: 1 car Kye. No. 2: No. 4: barley were lower. Wheat. No. 1 hard: 4 cars. M9 tdurki: 1 TWO Ol I. car. $1.17 (dark smutty): 2 cars. $1.14: The baseball fan takes his small daughter to see her first (and last) ! game: 9 Hire 1 Oft 9 i ' Inn V.n, n1.. in tVa MnfarV If 'a ?rs ana iccarrs were in gooti ufrnunu icars $u9 (Ty). i car, $1.18 (dark) $: called the diamond.' it stcauy to in some cases stronger x ca,.f 117 (dark fiinuUy); 3 cars I "Daddy, can 1 have an lee cream Prces- . . '$1.16 (dark smuttv): 2 cars. $1.15 cone!" yuuvBi.una i, ii.r vi.u.ic (dak cmutty): l car. $1.15 (77 neri "Th:.t field." cor, lance in said covinty on the 31 st day 01 19c, 1 car, 2c 'August, l'.21, ut th? hour of 10 o'clock, I A. M., the following mutter will be 20c. heard and considered: The petition of S. H. Cole for letters of Administra- car, $1.00: Z-& cur. 31.00. ition uoon the estate of Ititia Cole. liarlcy. decrasnl. 1 cur, &0c I Dated the 27th day of July, 1021. IRA E. TASH, (SEAL) County Judge July29-Aug.l9. loice to prime oeeves, y.ouiu.w; gooa to CPnt .;ark): , ca- , 15. 10 cara- 14 hoice beevs. ?.7&(i y.Zo; fair to gooa dark Kmuttv: 1 car. 111.14 (70 nrr $S.3.(a 8.t5; common to fair : f 4irv? 1 cr. n 11 iniiiitv)- .1 $1.12 eeves, x.3J'(g N.to; common 10 ,. ..T; VT. VII cars, $l.ia (smutty); 3 cars, yearlings, .ouvfiy.w; gotni 10 cno.ee , (smuttv. 6 rs s, 12. , car , year ings. $9.009.50; fair to (roodi(598 ,bs ). , car 112 (gmutty); 3 year ings, $8.509.00; common to fair SJ . 1 car; $1 n (uttj.')! Al !C4,u lsf ,,r'C-"v "Y". cars 51.11 (ve owl: 1 car. $1.10 vmv beautiful lawn is the out- down there on I FOR SALE PCS SALE Dresser, chair and table. Pkooe 71-tX TOR SALE Big type Chester White ; booru; best of breeding. Phone MlFll. D. E. PURINTON. 71-tf FOB SALE My ,5 room Bungalow. Jaxraire 703 Tot oca Ave. 71-74p FOS SALE Bae burner, in first . ttAjH condition at a reiwwnabte price if tMkm at once. - Lnouire for 613 at Ikwald affice. tf FO SALE Early maturing cabbige and tomato plants 6 dozen for 2lc Flwoe 8l3blS. 53tf FOJJ SALE Old papers. 6 cents textdle, at The Heruld Office. ma? I F Vwvt ired ears. A. II JrtKfeS Co- 3rd end Cheyenne, tf OMAHA HAY MARKET OMAHA, Neb., Aug. 3. Upland Prairie Hay No. 1, $10.60U.&0; No, 2. R.M)9..10: No. 3. $7.008.00. Midland Prairie Hay No. 1, $10.00 ail.00; No. 2, $7.50(59.00; No. 3, $5.607.50. . Lewland Praire Hay No. 1, $7.50 tj-H.SO; o. 2, $6.507.fl0. Alfal fa Choice, $17.001S.OO; No. 1. Slo.OOtfUG.f.O: standsrd. $12.00) No, 628.00. Straw Oats, $8.009.00. Straw Wheat, fc7.00fc.00, fl's LTvV:""' " w ""i smutty); ' car, $1.10 (yellow), grass beeves, $5.750; common to No3 hard: 1 car, $1.10 (dark); fair srassbeevs, $4.M)5.r,0; Mexican $11(J (dark pmuttyv: 4 carSt ?jeevs. ?4.:b t,u; cnoice grass neir-j((ark smutty); 3 cars, $1.13 ?rs, jo.ouwi.uv, iair iu siwi F.'""" tmi.Hvl- 1 oi.r- tl 111'. nmHi.t- heifers, $5.50(r6.50; good to choice grass cows, $5.40o0.00; fair to good grass cows, $4.25)5.25; common to fair grass cows, $2.00(5)5.25; common to fair grass cows, $2.00(3)4.00; good to choice feeders, $6.757.75; fair to m a r nr n r . . - u rool I eeoers, ;.. mo..; common tu ... .,.,., fair feeders, $5.00(5.75; good to ' " k' i. choice stockers. $6.251)7.00; fair to "Why can't we sit those other "scats?" "That man in the blue uit is the umpire." "Paddy, 1 want an almond bar." "That bell means that the game is going to start" "What has that man with the white 2: coat and hat got in his basket?' 14 "Watch that man with the bat; he's (dark! trying to hit the ball." ' 181 "What dors it say on those liags cars, $1.10 (yellow). over there 7" No. 4 hard: I car, $1.1G (dark "Where thr man stands is called smutty); 1 car, $1.11 (heavy); 2 cars, the home plate." $1.10; 4 cars, $1.09 (yellow). I "Daddy, that fat man bought some No. 5 hard: 1 car, $1.12 (1.6 per popcorn! Why don't you buy some, cent heat damaged Smuttv I: 1 car. Idaddv?" c- . . - i- - . . . . ., ... "WaUh the nail see 11 goi 1 ft -I W . J 1 - I. J ..( 1 MA 1 sample nara: 1 car, jj.ju; 1 car,i "Aaaiiy, ny auni j u-jr rvn. If your car is not working, let us make it work. If your radiator leak, let us stop it. I 0. SMITH 211 Laramie 'Rear of Herald WELDING CEO. II. BRECKNER 210 W. 3rd cnoice srocKers, an .w. ijur J,i.o3 (yellow); I car, $1.05 (heatinjr). IHS. 4 spring: 1 car, $1.10 (north- popcorn , fair stockers, $4.50(g5.50; stock cows, 72.754.00; stock heifers, $4.00Qf 5.&0; -.tock calves, $4.D07.25; veal calves, $4.009.00; bulls, stags, etc., $3.50 4.f.0. ' HOGS About 10,500 were received, for today's trade and packers put up fair sized killing droves during early rounds at prices little different from those paid yesterday. Trade as a whole was generally steady with a little weakness shown toward the close. A few sales of heavy and heavy mixed hogs were reported late . at figures about 1015c lower. Best light hogs made a top of $11.00 and bulk of the receipts sold at a scattered spread of $9.2510.50. SHEEP With 9,500 sheep and lambs here today fat lambs sold at prices steady to about 15c higher nm' other ca''ot stock were ouotab'y steady. Be-t fat lambs were quoted at S a A AA2 A Or J oaitAa 9 U'AtT ern were made at $9.759.85. Fat 314c; 1 car 31c, ewes s-old up to $5.10 and some aged wethers were reported at $6.00. Quite a few feedev buyers were in attendance today and the trade was more active at ; stronir figures, with best feeding lambs j ouoted up to $7.507.7i. t eeuer ewes, $2.503.35. - Quotations on sheep Fat lambs, westerns, $9.25tfD10.25; fat lambs, na tives, $8.50(S9.25; feeler lambs, $6.75 (5)7.75; cull Iambs, $5.00(56.50; fat vearlins. $5.50(5)6.75; fat ewes, $3.25 (5)5.10: fee.irr ewes, $2.253.3li; cull, ewes, $1.C02.50. J ern); 4-5 car, $1.09 (dark northern); 1 car, $1.03 (northern). No. 4 mixed: 1 car, $1.08. Sample mixed: 1 car, $1.10; 1 car, $1.07 (smutty). Corn, No. 1 white: 5 cars, 58c; 2 cars, 4Sc (thipirs' weights); Va car, 47,,-ijC. No. 2 white: 3 cars, 48c; 1 car, 48c (shippers' weight). No. 6 white: 1 car; 47c. No. 1 yellow: 4 cars. 49c catch the that "See that man ThatVone out." "It savs 'Peanuts' on hat, daddy." "Let's go." Two out Brooklyn Eagle, balll man s WE HOPE SO. Teacher And what was Nelson's farpwell address? Bright Boy Heaven, ma'am. Lon don Mail. No. 2 yellow: Vt car, 4SVsc. No. 6 yellow: 1 car. 47c (sour shippers' weights). No. 1 mixed: 1 car, 46 bc (near white); 7 cars, 4Cc. j In the County Court No. 2 mixed: 1 car, 46lic (special County, Nebraska, billing); 1 car, 45,,2C 1 In the Matter of the No. 3 mixed: 1 car 40c (special Letitia Cole, Deceased, billing).. I To all Persons interested OaM Estate: No. 3 white: 2 car?. 33c;" 1 car. i Notice is hereby given thut at the County Court Room in the city of Alli- NOTICE OF IIEAR1NC. of Box Butte Estate of In yM KANSAS CITY, Aug 3. CATTLE; Receipts, 10.000; beef steers andj yearlings mostly steady to strong. Spots unevenly h'gher on choice and , prime dry-fed steers; top steers and1 best yearlings $10.00; best Texas,; $8.00; fat she stock mostly steady.) some sales strong. Bulk cows, $4.00(5) 1 5.00; few choice around $1.50 grass' l;f.ro f r.fl(fi',fi !n? fanners and hulls. 2, $8.00(5" 1 LOO; No. o, i.w fteady. Bulk canners, $2.252.50; most bulls, $3.50()4.iiO; calves wean to lower. Best vealers, $S.00; practical ton. $7.50; many valves at $5.50(5) C.50; stockers and feedrs, steady to strong. Texas stockers, $C.35; choice 1,175 pound feeders, $7.50. HOGS Receipts, 9,000. Slow, ship ir. and n ickers take about one-half of the receipts. Steady to l.'c lower THE POTATO MARKET CHICAGO. Aucrust 3.Potatoes TVeuk for burreK others firm; receipts ,11 Fimwr'iilHrTTlf.iiiiiMi 11 fi T iiiiiriiiiiiii"' 1- T t i j ' t ' , ... f..J Our conduct of well arranged, properly equipped and courteously carried out funeral sen-ices is a distinct achievement. We have achieved success because we have combined with our knowledge of the undertaking business a desire to treat our clientele squarely. Glen Miller UNDERTAKING PARLORS Phones: Day, 311 Night, 522 or 533 123 West Third Street S Ciir; Jersev roomers, $.i.iU(f? i mo.-tlv 10 to l;c lower, nogs, i. cwt; Nebraska', $2.252.C0 cwt.; M's- j j.oumls 11.25 latoi tia.V.s looks about. j'!Uii. $t.75i)!.K5 cwt.; Kaw VaUry. . j5c lower with few bid averagirg i $1.10(5" 1.50 cwt; Virginia, $5.105.C0 $n.on; bulk of sales, $10.-jr( 1 1.00; I aol. Ipai k riK' sows, 2."c lower; stock pigs, i . 1 'steady. Bulk of receipts sowthwe.t The highest offer for the money iseltinir at $ to.?.!",; packers top, $11.05;' tke new trial offer of the Lincoln State top pk's, $10.50. I Journal; two months for 50 cents, or SHKKP Receipt.-, 4.500. Sheep with the b:;r Sunday paer 75 cent. j t-tronf. Best light ewes, f'..0; lambs I Mutt and JefT are joining the Journal's fullv 2 h:jrher. One df k choice na-' comic family every day and a page injtives, J10.0D; bulk, $!.2.r(i i'.75. colors on Sunday. jne unllay Jour- 'Ti-Lrrt.;? ISjOMAIlA GRAIN MARKET tKe only Lincoln paper that can be de- livered on rural routes the same day i OMAHA, N.b., Aug. 3. Wheat re- rinted- ceipts tolay were liberal, but lightet " than the average recently, and ar- Herald ant Ada LetUlta. rivals were 170 cars against 286 cars Painting and Pnperhanging GRANT HALE Work Guaranteed. ' Corner Third and Cheyenne MOVING, PACKING, STORING AND SHIPPING SNYDER TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE "When It'a Your Mote, Let la Know" Office Phone. 15; Re 88 l and Blk. 730 F. A. BALD Attomey-at-Lav? Office in Reddish Ulock Let Me Cry Your Sales R. A. WYLAND Aurtienerr ' 1232 Missouri Telephone 384 L. A. BERRY ROOM 1, Rl'MER BLOCK PHONE 9 ALLIANtJE, NEBRASKA Drake & Drake tWlars of OptamHry Glas.se Accurately Fitted Not Medicine, Surgery, Osteopatk; DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chiropractors Palmer School Telephone bCS Wilson Buildiaf Real Estate, Loans and Insurance F. E. REDDISH Reddish Block Phone 64 Alliame Harry P. Coursey AUCTIONEER Live Stock and General Farm Salt REAL ESTATE Box Butte County Farms and Ranches Alliance City Property NEBRASKA LAND CO. J. C McCORKLE, Manager Office Crowd Floor First Nation! nlt PHONES OFFICE RES NO. NO. 1. 113 Transfer and Storage Successors to Wallace Trans fer and Storage Company PIANO MOVIXd BY AUTO TRUCK PACKING AND CRATING FURNITUE A SPECIALTY Howard .& Allen "W Try Hard to FImm" D A STENOGRAPHERS O By CLCANOR f. DAY. 'ft. Mil. by M.'i'lui N ,,., rr nJlcU " And we itre Morry to RlHte that wp ' mo do iioililn lo u.vslst you In this hilil ler.1' The lintid of the iinpertnrlH-d stenoit r:,ilicr nioved Nwifijy acrva the pajftt. Slie wiih by no loeiitm ui'i'llsed at th wordi of her eniplo.ver she win only too iimmI liN lmr-li wayit and inetli o!h. . Slie win mi art ted, however, a few minute Inter lo note a nofter expre.s hIoii on tlic old mail's fare than sLm luid eer wn before. He began to sN-iik, anil noon Khe renllxed he wu lel)!ui her h stoi)tlie story of u nnuriitefiil neplievv, wlioin he bad looked upon ns u on. He bad Intended Mm to enter bis tlrni and finally tr lnlierlt bH fortune. In preparation fr the briKht future before the lud, U- was Bint to college. Hut. wliHt did that young arnhii do," lie fulrly Mioiited nt the Kid, "but run off with the dinn'a atenogrnplier. A boy with bin prospect lo marry a mere stenographer ciIiiiIiihII" Mlsa Faroff mured un'nllr In lier sent. "Mere atenoirraplier," ludeeu. It oerurred to her that In her employer'a mliiil slie wan Hiiiunied up In Just those two worvla. She hud often buUt caiile of her own, In which nhe pictured her elf lov'rjr nt'd lietns lovel by a hand ome dim eiceedlutty wealthy younic ninn. But now The old imin went rl-ht on without notlcliiK, or hi b ust without pretetidltir to notice, her dUcoiunture. "That won 2.' jeuisi ot-'o. I cut him off without a cent and today I recelvetl a letter the first In oil that time (inking nie.toifniriite Ida aon In ome fool biiKlix NK project. Like ax not, th boy n Just like bin father, and mot prohably will rim iff with a ribbon, clerk or fcoiue blonde ateuographer." 'And with a anort, the Irate old uian strode cut of the office, leaving be hind him n reseutDil little lady. Life Indeed ti becoming unbear able under him. "Mere stenographer," and with a town of her head she turned onee more. to her machine, and soon the rhythmic "cllcUety-cllck-cllck'V oT the typewriter was the only sound to be heard. An hour later the quiet of the office waa broken by a young- man who Htepped In and Ingulred for "Mr. Jack fiOii. pleHfeK" He whs Informed lu n soft voice that the malinger would be back at 11 :4ft. The eloek himda reached 11:43 and passed tt hut no Mr. Jackson. How ever. Ine visitor wai oy no mean bored. He Informed Miss Faroff that lie won the son of her employers nephew, ami wan Keeking a bunlne; loHn from him. This brought oil more conversation, and bin listener wm'w very attentive lbot Mr. Jackson, Jr.,' did not eveu notice the flight of time. He was nw't anrprlt-ed when ahe roso to go to lunch, aud fcsked tf he might neeoinpuny her. Aiuie agreed and the-. two went off. , At 2 o'clock the stenographer wa - a . m . I. iLI.I. owee more Krareo at ner uetia, inuiw Ing tilings over. Sue. admitted to her self she had never siHnt a happier hour, or ever conversed with a more dcllglnful young umn. He bad left her with a promlae to return the fol lowing day. And fo be did. but atrnDgw to sh.v, jiiMt after the munager had' left. Or eourKC. I.e stayed a while tu chat with Anne, and promised to com the licit day. . This went on for a week. KhcIi day be arrived Just after Mr. JitckxmiV departure. Hi itilly he (old Anre he had re ceiwd iiKslnlance frmu another aourc. and thai he rrH'.rg to see ter anJ for no tther reason. Following thl explitnut'on be UKVed pnnlssloD to lake her to the Hosier that evening-, and received It. The m il morning Anne was Htartled to lienr Iter employer aik: "Who aasr the line young innu I uv with yoir lust nlybtVl and ibento a sadder tone "I once bud a iiephew who looked lile tlml. )li. how I worked onit i)nniiel for him ! I'.'M now " Hie voice trailed off Into silence, a s'lenee which Anne broke by remark ing nervously : "Yes. be Is fine! Would you like iue to bring him to ee you?" The much flattered old man readily gave his consent, so that very after noon Anne eticoiu-d a tall, strapping young Mlow Into the onVe. Slie led Mm straight to the manager and enld sweetly : "Mr. Jackson, meet Mr. Jackson." For a moment there w:;s silence. Inr which the two men ncriitlutzed ench other. The young J:hUii felt hi liMtiil Mluikeii In n mtlity grip, and heard a ehoklnir voice stuttering in :m utlenipt to spent. There I'olJowed a lng explanation of he Injustices i!one years ago to Ihrt fittlier, and :i promise to nmke ampler rcs'itiitinii lliroiiL'li the sin. Cm when the o'd l.iJ'll looked III' through Ids tents. In- fmii.d his neplo-w mixing - not at him -but tlccp Into tin eye of tin' girl bch!. hint. And ii s Jih-1;i.ii. Sr.. I.iol.ed fr'!i the proud siu!!e of the hoy to the flushed rod happv Cut- of Anne. h exclaimed and ndrulttt-d in 1.1s hcart- lllllt lirtii off w!h a apl.er 1 not the M'lst llol,'. iifler alll"' Quieting. Youth My love for yo:ir daughter known no hoiimls. I cannot live w liti out her. Her Papa Young man, )ou may die peacefully and without worry. I promise you i"H defray all the fui.eral expenaea.