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TIIK ALMANCH IlKIiALI), KI1IPAY, AUGUST 19, 1921.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Wnt to tm tnmHMnp? Tlun rrd of people neon tlict Want A1 r'lhiitin Iniliinp for wliat vim r other hm in oft.-r. Ot quirk riim ty advert ming in Th Herald Want Ad o. pattrntnt. UATHS-Oif c-rnt ptr word pr lnert;n. o.tii ro mm than nt that ycni rrarrt rvrral hun li 1 more r- l-r. Buy circula tion, not bot air. WANTED WANTED Fy competent noddle ;.gf d woman, I mist keepip'r in town or in country. Wou'd consider hotel work. lni'.iiie HraM o't'ic No. Ml), or ;.l-!rr-c- V. o. plX itpJf Alliance, N b. 74tf CLERKS (1110:1, women) over 17, for I'ostal Mail Service. $130 month. J Examinations Srpteml'or. Experience unnecessary. For fioe particulars, write K. TERRY (former Civil Service exMminei) (7"1 Continental building, Washington, l C. 7(1-77 -- , ying WANTED To least- a pood p. roomine ro'.ipe or hotel m or near Alliance. Inquire at Tl.'K HKKALD. Ko. ft 18. 7o-7fj WANTED Six -room house unfur nished, with para re. Cull phone 70 tf WANTED Girl for work, phone 173. tan. iier.rral he use-. w Mrs. CTius. Prit- I FOR SALE FOR SALE Hoosier Kitchen cabinet. First class condition. Phone 1!S. 7C-p FOR SALE One registered Red Poll bull, one C-foot vertical Jones mower. Eugene Rosenberger. 74tf FOR SALE An Adam period livine room suite, in antique brown ma hogany, upholstered in velour. Has been uned but very little. Will sell for a reasonable price. Inquire at the HERALD OFFICE. 'No.SlG 73-tf . FOR SALE Big type Chester White boars; best of breeding. Thone S01F11. D. E. PUR1NTON. 71-tf FOR SALE Base burner, in first clas3 condition at a reasonable price if taken at once. Inquire for f15 at.ket, steady Herald office. tf 1 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 SALE Larre modem house, nix rooms and tatn. rMM basement, Hard wood down Ftairs, full basement j stationary tubs. Tw o-thirds of present -tiuildinp "cost. Garage. - Terms to re- 1 sponsible parties. Inquire at fIKM STATE BANK. 74 Tl FOR SALE At a bargain. Sonota Phongarhp. Phone 1021, Mrs. ( Mohrman. 71-tf I FOR RENT FOR RENT A mce four room house. E. V. DOYLE, Phone 572. 75 p OMAHA HAY MARKET OMAHA, Nib., Aug. 17. Prairie Hay Receipts light, good demand for better grades. Prices higher. Upland IVairie Hay No. 1, $11.00(Trt 12.00; No. 2, $9.0010.00; No. 3, $7.00 (uH.00. Midland Prairie Hay No. 1. $1.50 tfull.50; No. 2, $8.00 10.00; No. 3, $7.00fi8.00. Alfalfa Receipts, nominal, little de mand. Prices unchanged. Straw Light receipts, limited de mand. lowland Prririe Hav No. 1, fs.00 (tf9.00: No. 2, ?7.00(Tt 8.(i0. Alfalfa Hav Choice, m.OOeHX.OO: No. 1. $15.00(?t'H;.f0: s-tsndard. . 12.00 (it) 14.00; No. 2, .ma 11.00; No. 3, $7.00C:M0. Straw Oat, $S.(0(o 9.00; wh.';.t, ? ' TIIE POTATO MARKET CHICAGO, Aug. 17. Potatoes- "Weak; receipts 17 cars: Minnesota Early Ohio, sacked and bulk, $3.00(f') 3.15 cwt.; Nebr;ifka. $:'.35fo 3.45 cwt.; Colorado. Idaho .-nd Wahin'rton Wh to, siick. d. $.3.7030 cwt.; Kan Fas Early Ohio-, ?3.00 cwt. OMAHA GRAIN MARKET OMAHA. N-b., Ai:" 17. There vas a luodita'elv lilor: 1 run of wheat today, vsith 159 c-irs, against 191 car:; a week ago and 154 c&rs last year. Corn artivals were 4t" errs and oat. 27. Wheat prices ranred unchanged to 2c lower and generally lower. C01-1 was l-2c to lc off. Oats were about unchanged. Bye declined l-2c to lc. Barlev prices were lower. WHEAT No. 1 hard, ?l.ll(oi 1.17. No. 2 hard, ?1.0S(fH1.15. No. 4 hard, 51.08. No. 5 hard, $1.07. S; tuple ed, $1.03?M.13. No. 3 mixed, 1.0-i ft) 1.10. No. 4 mixed, ?1.0. CORN No. 1 white, 41 l-2c. No. 1 yellow, 4c. No. 2 yellow, 45c. No. 1 mised. 14 l-2c. No. 2 mixed, 41 l-2c. No. ti mixed, 43c. OATS No. 3 white, 2'(&29 l-2c. No. 4 white, 27o 27 l-2c. KYE No. 2, 9'c No. 3, 5 l-2c. No. 4 white, 94c. BARLEY No. 4 white, 47a 41k 1 feed, 4Cc. No. TIIE LIVESTOCK MARKET OMAHA, Neb.. Autr. 17. CATTI.K Receipts of cattle Wednesday were tolerahlo liberal, about fi.M'O brad, more than half of the offerings being corn fed. T ratio was slow in opening ui.'l bid-; and Falc on corn feds ranged from weak to K (ti 2."c lower, best jeaiTngs- selling around f !'VO()frl0.2.'. Western o.:ttlo were slow to move mil largely l.rM(i"2r'C lower, bulk of the fan to good tung'-ts o'rir mound !.r.7.r(n r.7.-. with be t of ot'erini'-i at 7.(0;n' ..r0. Cows and heifers wrro sd.-o (slow salo r.t t,riy to unevenly lower ! price but there was a pood demand I for stockers and feeders with tio par ! tit ular charge in tin- tiiot.itions. For the three day.-- beef cattle are sell ing wnw. iii 10 I r tn 2"(.i .'ilk' I' V it, ! IIOUS With i),20( hog on sale this morning and with other markets re porting a harplv lower trend, to values, the local trade slumped badly. Prices ranged from 2.(n'h0r lower and I mo.-t of the bogs had to sell at .'i."i(ri MH; decline. I'.est light hogs dropped to !U;.'i.f!.7r with the bitter price top on part of a load. Full load old up to ?!U;5. Hulk tif the receipts moved at a spread of $7..r(Kft 0.00 and packers buying very few hoes above $,s.OO. SHEEP Arrivals of .hecp ami lambs rmounted to la.OOO head and prices for the various classes of stock were generally steady. rat lamps fobl up to $10.irrl0.2", and pood fat owes were quoted up around $4.7". A few handy yeatlincs reached $G.7.r Fof-.brir Inmbs we'" in fr'r roque: from $7.o(i(rtl7.75 for pood praties and something strictly choice in this line is quoted up to IfS.OO. CATTLE i Receipts. 11,000 head; beef steers, steady to 2."c lower than yesterday V 'close, some bids f.Oc under hirh time; part load yeartinps, iw.wu; prime heavy steers hid above $10.25; calves, steady to strone; top vealers to pack ers, $7.f)0; stockers and feeders, weak to 2.")C lower, early sales $3.50(fi(.oO; other classes, steady; bulk plain to pood cows, ?3.50(nT.00; many cutters around $3.00; yearlings heifers, $9.25; canners, mostly ?l.to y.uu; ijuik Duns. ..(i' . r , , HOGS Receipts, l,.r00 head; mar- kc opened mow, autoj-joc tower man j'fa Uwi yesterday's average; closed active, to IKT1-I0 averages to packers and shippers. $9.50; 200 to 220-pound weights, $0.25 ff.'9.4"; price 2S0-lb. weights, $K.00i bulk of sales, $S.000.40; threw out sows, mostly $7.00; best stock pigs, $0.75. SHEEP Receipts, 1,500 head; niar- most fat native owes,-) $4.004.50; lexas yearlings, Sd.OO; fel yearlings, $7.00; lambs, strong to 25c higher; top natives, $10.00. POINT OF ROCK CHKKK J. A. Seneca Lvlo Corkle. Dillon made a business trip to to his place Monday. Lore is cutting grain for Mc- Miss Iva Wilkin called at William Essex Sunday afternoon. Glen Lore is helping Cal for a time. Mrs. Bemieo Nichols spent day with Mrs. Lore, J. A. Dillon and family w ill leave for a motor trip to Northpot t and Central City to visit relatives. Mrs. Helen Essex and children spent WednoM av with Mrs. Willirm r.s.-ex. There will be a dance at Lee Mot-ri-ey's home Saturday evening. Mrs. Aila l.angford motored to Alli ance Tuesday. NO INDORSEMENT. "Is your beef tender tottav the sho minir husband. "Sir,'" replied the se; Umental butch-I er, "it is as tender ; heart." "Ciim no a pound ' ed the customer ha Leirion Weekly. a woman's 1 at'sage," order til v. American Seasl ore news hints that t:ie v are ro iro'ng to be wi'd-'f this . i;.i ; te mor th; n the pietty maiden-. 1' shooed oif the b.'iiches. The pedestrian u-e.l to rm n. the rooking beefsteak ;!nd -av, "A!.!' Now when he snte'Is it be -a.'s "Those v.f.o the happy days." A m;'ti w'tb wil rrs up in t he ceo! power is mo v df the mot n:ng ; o d tal.es th" co'd p'unge (-e owed h" nili lit be- v oul.l fore. take the sweltering (tem-w " - - - - 1 - - -; - " " A v - v J y ...... T " 1 1 1 1 jl. a i z - r. i m (d0 ( - 1 -A& V, " 1 tP '-;- Going Through the Files TNV ENTY m:us ac.o. It has been several years since base ball has received so much attention in Alliance as it has this year. Wo have now two fully otganiy.e.l teams an I enough more players to make up an other team. Not onlv b:vo the "far-'" been enthused but all Alliance in gen eral and baseball is the only topic con sidered wotthy of di.-cus.-ioti just ::t pre-ent anyway. We believe there is a ,-ection in the book of rules pi vim: the umpire t Ii - t.-thority to sit down n a player who makes himself t. obroxit'U- and to put him out of I lie g: f.o and the mounds if rttvcssari. Tin lltle hoidd le enforced here in Alli-:ne. Th.ie is one thing that tin tram managers should attend to and that is kn p'lii' the small hoys away from borne pb.te and to sec that t'u v are kept ,.K. Kople who pay th. r',.. , Alliance Mondav. Mr. SheUloii money to witness a it. mo do not rn.:oy ll: ,s nt ,,,.,, xvoU f0, f )vo tinu, an, bavimi a sm.ll band of thirty or forty. .1,.., .,. ,!,, ,. f .11i .i..-,. knis cnastnp v and down in front thm. ! C. !.. Drake, proprietor of the hotel j at Guein-ey. is in the city today, lie) came up with the view of buyinp the! Motel Chatters but owintt to thp nutn- j cious lepal cemid. cations connected with it he thom-ht l-t to oi.ss it im.iwy lor xne purpose 01 o pantztnp Ho is considerinc the matter of erect- .inc a new building at a cost of , 000, 1 Second hand Estcy Organ, walnut case, only $ 10,00. 1 One o'd stvle Estey Meltcb'on in .gOiMl tiim for '$10.00. Second-hand orche.-tra Trombone, nearly pood as new. only $12.00. August 21; only f 33.10 to Louisville, Ky., ami leturn for Triennial Conclave, Knights Templar. Rate open to the pi o )C. TEN YEARS AC.O. Jack Miller has been appointed drill master for the boy scouts and will give them his best attention. Good pictures of the cyclone can be secured by calling at Hosten's drug store. A n!lt'onal ronvent'on of colored is being (people of the United States ,,, in t,nv(,r fhi week j On Wednesday, August lfi, at high noon, at the home of the bride's par- lents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Barnes, or curred the marriage of their daughter, I Laveta, to George D. Darling. Honoy- moon in Denver and other Colorado points. 1 l o t A lady's coat from buggy at ithe Checkered Front Barn. Please re turn to Mallerv Store. Mrs. J. Manion. ONE YEAR AGO. Oswald Kittleman, then and now a resident of the N braska state peni tentiary, was lettinr out a few war- hiwinq lipr:ni'-f .lndt'o Tash had sent a if number of his children to the state home for dependent children. j A petition was being circulated ask ing the city council to make provision for the appointment of a second night 1 policeman. Several robberies and lar cenies had been committed timing the Mashman wo weeks previous, and adequ: pio tection was desired. Wodnes-. 'ru. saving baa slowed down consid-, ' .. . rr-i 1 fir- ti 1 erably tnis week. 1 lie cniei tunica i 1 seems to bo in findinir men to hire, m! in getting them to stay hired after; they agio, d to go to work. One Alliance outh is living in ter-j ror these day. Me slipped a r,,W into 1 .. K..l-o nf I Vnui In.l foi- I liMlVOl'. I Ye-terday he got a lovelorn l ter, a lock of hair and a photograph ot tli bomeiie. t girl in the world, and ht thinks she's onirnged to him. lb turn. pale every time a train whistle.-. BL ( KIIOOT The farmers of Lib.-rty pre c inct met j last Moiiday evening vnd orgati d a l-'armers' L'nicn of filteen menders, j Mr. Click of Hetningfoid was 01. t and est'Iained evei vth'.ng concert.. r.-u th"'' org'tni'.ation. I Word was leeched Tie', day twniag- by I'. M.tt con th '.t so 1 i:rbt i iiii. Mr.'; nd i.dl ft em li.s wife at v :s t! e mother of . I hi v, Angti-t K Mis. C'll lvcr ar bin- ; : line I , ived la,t I (ti n I l'o,! Beit- 1 I . oik-, for a i !'or the ! .. the, from a tr'p l the ll.ar'c lt:!i Thursday. They came out t. Djcrs Fii'day ecn:ng to get Mi they -tatted' for their home at r;:nd S'l'nrday morning. Mr-. Crow'f l!ire has been 111: fe' C' v at d "h i Rclani!'- m at tow a She eei t- to U :. - ca.-t ! town the fir.-t 1 h re she wil: be'p nvi, :' ck. w Gene Byrnes Says: "It's a Great L'fe th re hors. Maiile Sheldon and son, Arthur, was on the sick list last week. Mrs. Pete Parrel was on the irk li"t last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ueoi pe Flaherty went to Alliance Saltiidax, where they con sulted a doctor in retard to Mrs. Flaherty's health. i .'11.-., in 111 1 1 in ijn 'i .!:. iiiri. Wei-e conk for threshers last Thurs- ; .lay. I Miss lora l!.-iman is visiting at the. , bin Kennedy home this vctk. J Mrs. Jav Hall and familv visited at ( ha-. Mali's Thutstlay. Mr. and Mrs. .loo Komcr spent Sun dae vis.timr re'at es in Mem nu"ovd. Mr. and Mis. U. K. Icr and family and Mr. lyi r's father motored to Alii- ' iir.ee Saturday. I 1 Mr. and Mr;. Koy Urtss and family ai.d Mr. and Mis. (Jrtiver l!a:n spent .Sunday at the Call l.eis home. Mr. and Mrs. (J. i:. Dyer i pent Sun .day with Mr. Pyers si-ter. M 'i ti;1i!i T I Sllifii Itiiii fiml fimiitv innf nr. Mr. and Mis. Jpy Mall tmd family spent Sunday at the l.ou Mood homo. Mr. and Mrs. Ivor Meeker spent Sunday at the Thomas Katett home east of town. The farmers from Cut ley met last a 1F,'ti l nlon. a.a ""re. fnly five men present they decided to ' meci apuin ncxi riaiuioay iiiiu. The'r are two or three threshing machines that will le in the neighbor hood Ftton, but they won't thresh much prain unless they lower the price REPORT OF THE CONDITION of the FIRST STATE BANK of ALLIANCE, CHARTER NO. 1229 In the State of Nebraska at the close of business August 0, 1921. RESOl'IK ES f oans and discounts $592,7G9.d l Overdrafts 7,355.37 Bonds, securities, judgments, claims, etc., including all government bonds 1.5S4.4G Banking house, furniture and fixtures 10,195.00 Current expenses, taxes and interest paid 2,51)2.55 rash items $ 1,001.48 Due from National ami State banks 27,370.51 Checks and items of exchange 2,232.91 Currency 8,945.00 Clold coin 2.S75.00 Silver, nickels and cents 2,10t.77 41,543.73 Total LIABILITIES took paid in 'a pi tal Surplus fund individual tlepo.-its subject to eheck Savings deposits Time certificates of deposit I'ashior's checks outstanding .. Due to National and State banks Bills payable Depositor's guaranty fund Total tllitt Stat" of Nebraska, 'County of I'.o I, W. M. 1'inneiran, cashier "of the the above statement is a correct alio St to Bureau of Banking. ATTEST: CM AS. BR ITT AN. Diiettor, M. A. COPSEY, Director. Subscribed and .-worn to before (SKA I.) My comni" sion ovpin .- May REAL ESTATE Box Butte County Farms and Randie Alliance City Property NEBRASKA LAND CO. J. C McCORKLE, IIanagrer Office Groond Hoor First NatlonaJ IluJk as the neighbors arc fcointf to ftick ! together for lower prices. lmjroved health statistic are as' to account for. A lot of people xbo Uvi to bo routined to theil hi lues have no homes. nation that itrcfers ndusti i''.n ;.t- tontion in lep it im.tto bu in v s .1 con troversial activity need never fear tiny serious isolation. The pint dot' always -t unde.l as llioiiub nt were brent h;nit Ids last and now ttovei anient fivures s In w that he i ot inct. A. count Mereliants Matket Asso- ci.it on, tin llui linc.t in bnute will 2." Ki'iluction Excursion Fares to Omaha Aur. 2lh to Sept. IUI, Inclusive sell tickets to Omnhit and return, Au gust 1'H to September .'t inclusive, at rate of fare and one-half for the round trip; final return limit Septem ber :. 7I-7G-78 NOTICE OF MF.AHINU. In the County Court of P.ox Rutte County, Nebraska. In the Matter of the E.-tato of Let it in Cole, iUn-eased. To all Persons interested in said IVtt.tr : Notice is hereby given that at the $058,950.73 $ 35,000.00 30,000.00 ..$ 190,2 17.78 . 52,:i:n.95 292.15K.10 n,i2r,.H) ... 1 S,8 15.02 559,080.25 30,000.00 1,270.50 $058,950.7.' Butte, ss.: above named bank, do hereby swear and true copy of the report made to w. .m. 1 i.NAi.i.AiM. me th 1 Till day of MARRY Alien t. 1921. E. CANT, Notarv Public. 9, 1922. ti; You Don't Weaken." ! ITS sre LIFE. IF Wu . I L xn. County Court Rotra in the ritv of All mice in said county on the 311 day of August, 1921. at the hour of 10 o'clock, A. M., the following matter will be heard and considered: The petition (f S. M. Cole for Iters of Administra tion upon the .tUite of Letitia Cole, deceased. Dated the 27th dav of July, 1021. IRA E. TASII. (SEAL) County Judgo Ju1y2!-Aug.l0. If your enr is not working, let us moke it work. If jour radiator leaks, let us stop it. L. 0. SMITH 211 Laramie Rear of Herald WELDING CEO. II. I'.RECKNLU 210 W. 3rd Fainting and Faperhanging GRANT HALE , Work Guaranteed. Corner Third and Cheyenne MOVING. PACKING, STORING AND SHIPPING SNYDEIt TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE When It's Your Move, Let V Know" Office rhonc, 13; Res. 884 and Blk. 730 F. A. BALD Attomey-at-Law Office in Reddish Block Let Me Cry Your Sale R. A. YVYLANl) Auctioneer 1232 Missouri Telephone 384 L. A. BERRY ROOM 1, RUMER BLOCK PHONE 9 ALLIANCE. NEBRASKA Drake & Drake Doctors of Optometry Glasses Accurately Fitted Not Medicine. Surgery, Osteopatky DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chiropractors Palmfr School Telephone bC5 Wilson Building Real Estate, Loans and Insurance F. E. REDDISH Reddish Block it t Phone G64 Alliance Harry P. Coursey AUCTIONEER Stock and General rrm Salet LUe PHONES: RES. NO. 1M OFFICE NO. 1. Transfer and Storage Succmors to Wallace Trans fer and Storage Company PIANO MOVING BY AUTO TRUCK PACKING AND CRATING FURNITUE A SPECIALTY Howard & Allen W Try Hard to Plea" '1' BIB W '1