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THK ALLIANCE HERALD. TUESDAY.
AtV.UST GO, 1021. SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Wnt t bur otnethlnicT Hun Sreda of people aran the Want Ad column looking for what you r ottftra hmvr to offer. Ort quirk iwaulla by advf rtiin; In Tb Herald Want Ad department. RATES One cent per word per Insert jon. Costa no more than tber nrwapHp-ra and we (tunr antra that yon reach aeveral hun dred more readt-ra. Buy circula tion, not bot air. WANTED WANTED Six-roem house unlur nished, with parage. Call 170 or 757. II KM I NGFORD INTKRKSTKI) IN RO,l TRORLKM (Continued from Pujre 1) Heminpford Is ith Allinnce. believe HcminKfonl would assist, or else to pet the load overseer of the Anema precimt to jro ahead and .end Komo money and build the road any how. It was reported at the Hridjre- ih.it this nrecinci nan The price of the Evening State Jour nal h leen reduced to $4 a year or $." with Sunday. The price of the Morn ink: Journal i $5 a year or $t with Sunday. These reduction? have leen in ro.-pone to the ptiMic demand for juice "come-downs''. Printing paper till ro.-ts the puU'ishfds more than A health authcrfly announce that an easv iol is fatal. Which prove the admirable ee leers. trnvery of the joh n imillVIU 19 IT H II lllinilir i i iav . - - - 7 ..r u; r.-A 12.000 to u-e on the road noith from pu ntr e.part and tivinir to force ihe,AnKI"a ," ' " , ' road to a narticuHr no int whi. h pithei t where most of the settlers live, and if U ire as much as lefoic the war. Spe- tonm" ,p,rttive t,f N'f4,pon -iitli-HtPstn.liinu.-iry 1-EvenitiK Jour. Keena "head ' this road n:d $1.00; with Sunday S1.25. Morn- "a.ltn. .'"'"V .'mt.r0T,e af tlie Nx,r L.h,.w It i t, much to hot, that inir Journal $1.50. with Sunday SH.00. The only trouble about summer weather is there is always a little too much of it. Lie of ive an t'lke to oi.r kV hbori e Heminfrfoid can bo d, signaled as one Tin- Jmn nal is the only morning paper u u tv , Z I S llwi? 'fo I I, "f the town. on the (Julf-Plains-Cnn-M, mu d in Lincoln, and on rural route. iunt on tne soutn. iun.mi.Moni Kels v.ti, str biu-h-1 U .i full .Imv .ihend of m.-mv other tate ! I.i II 'fC 1 1 " . VI .'"M". ...... - -- wav if the ne-ent plan is ad bored to) papers with the news. The Journal is It is said nearly all Europe) a r.nalty keep haim; much else to do. members of diaries, not NOTK K! WANTED Girl for work, phone 173. tan. peneral house Mrs. Chas. Rvit-C9-tf FOR SALE FOR SALE Giant rhubarb, grown since Julv 5, for canning purposes. G. W. NATION. 70-S7p FOR SALE OR TRADE Two ton . Republic truck, motor rebuilt and in first class condition. Will consider Alliance property. COURSEY & MILLER. FOR SALE One vei.. ered Rod Poll bull, or.e 0-foot vertical Jones mower. Eugene Kosmherger. 74tf FOR SALE Hip type Chester White boars; bfst of bieed.:ry. Phone 01KU. l. K. rURINTON. 71-tf FOR SALE Old papers. 5 cents bundle, at The Herald Office. FOR SALE Good used cars. A JONES Co., 3rd and Cheyenne. H. tf FOR SALE Large modern house, six rooms and bath. Full basement. down stairs, full basement ftatjonary tubs. Two-thirds of present .;,!. ..net Haraire. Terms to re- Mwnwicikia nnrties. lnuuire at FIRST HTATR BANK. 74 tf FOR SALE At a bargain, Sonora vkAiKrarhn. Phone 1021. Mrs. - "rs r- . - UiJiman. 4-tI FOR RENT FOR RENT Two large front rooms furnished for light houseiceeping. ViyWn evrrot heat. W. L. CARROLL, 20 Bie Horn, phone 1058. 80-P LOST iit T-aro-e. snuare. lark shell hair pin Friday, August 19. Phone 74H er lave at THE HERALD. 779 TMLivrocirMARKBr OMAHA, Neb., Aug. 29. (U. S. Bu Tt&u of Markets.) HOGS Receipts, 3,000; market ruled slow, with most classes quoted 1015c higher; spots on heavy mixed kind as much as 25c higher; quality as a whole was com mon and medium, with no full loads of choice lights included; bulk better .-raleft. 17.50 8.25 : tot). $9.00; bulk that a road is of supreme impor'anct and that the road niut be one that Morrill county will accept. The Hioad water road would be the first rhoice of everyone if it went through a locality wherp it could he ea.-ily built and could be obtained forthwith. The facts are, hnwevpr flint thi llrinili':itrr vninl uniur- ihone I cannot be easily bu'lt, will be very e- . . I i wn ni-o n n 'i inl i n uiil i.u'imr f i ol- r-yij- 1 1 II flic iiiuiilKI II UIIU " iiiK n hi- I ternate shifting sands, and muckv meadow, it would likely !o impassable more or less even if built. A few local people would be interested in its maintenance and tourists would be fooled into using it, as they are now, much to the detriment of their reli gion. ihe Bayard road is really too far west for our convenience or for the convenience of direct r.oith and south trail ic but it has the advantage of bo ing through a good hard soil country, even though hilly, where a road once constructed could be easily maintained.. It would be a very direct Ho.x Huttc countv connection for Denver but would put us probably forty miles fuither from Alliance to umaiia ami about thirty miles further from Ileiniiipford to Omaha. This leaves to be considered the Rridtreport-Angora road. Thij i.-i built to Angora and the Angora people r.t all 01 the meetings have stated that a road north f;oi:i Angora to the county line on the weft side of the track would pass through n verv irond soil mrt of the sand hills. except for a half a mile in a couple of places wnicn would nave io oe sur faced. This would strike the Ro I5utte county line a few miles west of Alliance, not to exceed six or seven. The missing link is very short and while any sand hill construction is difficult, it presents less bad sands and engineering obstacles than any other road that goes through the Sand Hills at all. It is a fact admitted ry an that only one of these roads can be constructed in the next two or three years. It is admitted that the Broad water road would require years of work and that the engineering difficul ties of the Bayard road are consider able and if any road is to be built at all which would give us immediate re lief, It must be the Angora-Box Butte county line road. Our friends in Alli ance "have attempted to be very cir cumspect, astute, and diplomatic, which is very proper, as we are inter fering in the domestic affairs of a neighboring county, impelled . by a compelling desire to have the missing link constructed through that county. of ui'nr l ojii route?.. We i.iro ran dv ludt however . nr the-e bo seven iiian'.ni! unusual eI!ovt to irne Nehras- kr.ns the mtwt complete market re- mile? from thi.- highway to the ea; t o. j ports, cooperating with the state and us i.nd on trips to and from Omaha, national rovernmrnts in this work, we can readily l each this 'lig'iway if I The .'oarnal's featuris are being I r-t rentthi r.o.l continually. Mutt and it goes by Antcia. Rahy Drosses and Rompers, pink or lilue, 7$ CKNTS. lliKhland-Hollowny Co. Raps Benevolent Neutrality Thev started with the orieinal prop osition that they did not care which road was built just so they got a roaa. Naturally this led to the assumption by the Broadwater people when our Alliance boosters visited them that Al liance was. for the Broadwater road. and when they visited Bridgeport the Bridgeport people were jusx as sure tVov wpr for the Rridcenort road, and when they talked to the Bayard people ihev were iust as certain that Alli- nnro favored the Ravard road. Hem- lingford raised her weak voice always te tn(7 01; I ...,. , a i v. - pin)f unu, u.uuiu-i.iu. .lior me uriOgepori-Angum runu, ur- CATTLE Receipts, 10,000; fed , ijfcVing it was the most direct and that steers, active, strong to 25c higher; cojncided with the well known views early" top fed yearlings, $9.50; western of tne state engineer that the first and native grass uteers slow, opening iu:it road should always connect the around steady; cows and heifers county seats because Fuch a road rteady; cows and heifers steady to 25c i wouid carry the largest amount of higher; bull steady; veal calves, 25 j traffic and serve the most people, eiv 50c higher; Ktockers and feeders, inff tourjsts hotel accommodations, etc. rtesdv to 15c lower. -lit is our opinion if Alliance, would SHEEP Receipts 46,000; largest 1- iltV4S concentrated all of her energy on day's run this year aided buyers m'tne Bridgeport-Angora-Box Butte jorciDK a ureiine, grunai uwmvv .vi..s . countv line roaa mat tne same wouiu quoted 60c lower; western lambs sold 'iweived the approval of all of mestly $7.75S.25; with best here ,he Morrill county commissioners. It .J.J . a r.ft ou'pc mnvpH slowly. i li- U . l- $2.GO3.00: feeding lambs, mostly at ,.nrl. nr henevolent neutrality d'vided rpread of $6.006.50. rather than harmonized the Morrill county commissioners. Box Butte Should Help. It looks to observers like the Hem ing delegation about the only way that the road could be constructed would be for Alliance to come out flat and offer to do some surfacing, etc., We believe it is posib!e nd practi cal to designate a loid fro.n Alliance through Ci aw ford by way of lleming ford as a branch of the Vcllowstone Park trail thj.t goes ea.-t from Craw ford through Ca per. We believe it is to' our interest to have a north and south road on i.etount of the tourists tralfic, for our own convenience and lor thi convenience of buyers of farms who de-ire to come by auto from the r a.-t. This last reason is of more value to the farmers and the firt reason is of more value to our merchants, gar- t.ges, etc. It a little brother may ai- Vise rilS log oioiuei, ue ithiihuj would advice Alliance do now depart from their nd icy of benevolent neu trality end concentrate tlvir fire on the Angora road on t!e west side of the track where t'no Angora and Bridgeport people want it, and where it is easy to build. The Bridgeport commissioners don't want it east of the track throuuh the r: nch country where nobody live. , and Alliance can fi"'M-e that it won't to there. There ij"le;5 r.-.r on th other route and it will bring more Angora people to Al liance to go through the thickly set tled part of the Angora precinct. "Little Brother" Advises. The situation in a nut shell is that ony one road is apt to be built and that only the Argora road can be budt between now and next June 1. The other roads will be built later on and all of them should be built as soon a possible. However, the crying need of this hour is for one road through and the Hemingford delegation and this nrwimtwr are Btrontlv in favor of the Angora road. It is to be hoped that Allinnre will become a booster lor tnis road that we favor and will see the inmn nf th situation. Without a united effort there will probably be no road built whatever, wnicn wouiu ue the worst calamity in this situation that can be contemplated. If the out side counties OO not concemraie un the Bridgeport-Angora road the net result will be that the road will go by Bayard. Tn port in a mflji ut a tree it looked like the Broadwater and Bayard com missioners had agreei on nayaru as h coWti mute. It looked that way after the intermission at the Bridge port meeting. Ihe commissioners were requested during the intermission to try to get together, and when called upon the commissioner from Bridge port stated tnai ne nau oeen unuuie i no o nttior ttt-o commissioners. Im- mliat-lv thereafter the Uroadwater ..mmictir.nur vtated that an apree mont hn.l hwn reined which would oe announced at the next reeular meeting of th board It is not hard to guess what compromise had been made. Womino-ford is brinmnfr no pressure to bear for either of these road to be mnrlrH through Heminirford. We are content that both the G-P-C and the v4K star routes vo through the county seats of Sidney. Bridgeport. Al liance and Chadron. i ne most we nope for is to mark a Yellowstone Highway from Alliance through Marsland, ttei mont and Crawford to connect with the splendid Wyoming highway along the Northwestern railroad. We !o want and must have an outlet for the south by next June lrt and in our i....KU .r.'ni.n the Abiance-Ancora- Bridgeport road is the only practical solution of our Uinicuiiies. IV beimr the latest comic addit:on.. A new serial by the author of the Mri acle Man is just starting. Rio; Roundup and Roueo. Fair iew', Sept. A, 1921. 76-Sl The new fad. for detachable eye la-hes is relatively harmless and the reformers can afford to wink at it. Ruy your Winter Fur this month and save money. Highland-IIoUoway Co. No tretpAcving will be permit ted on Ihe following described property: Kouth half of section 34, township 2" north, range 4r, wet of the sixth P. M., all in Box Rutte county, Nebras ka. All trespassers will be pro.-ecutei lo the full extent tf the law. 74-S2p C. C. REEIiES. ' If your rar is not working, let us make 1 it work. If jour radiator leaks, let u stop it. L. O.SMITH 211 Laramie Rear of Herald WELDING GEO. II. BRIX KM.R 210 V. 3rd MODEL Cleaners & Tailors 203 Ro Rutte Avenue Telephone No. IS le prepared for the cool days and ovoninjrs coming soon, (let out the fall coats and dresses and look them over. We will fix them up for you li!:e new. We reline overcoats and put on new velvet and cloth collars. We reline ladies' jackets or long coats.' We put in new skirt bands, or new facings on your last year's jacket. MAKE TIIKM LOOK JUST LIKE THE PICTURE We can put a new collar on your last year's coat or jacket of an entirely new style. Show us 'a picture of the collar you want; we'll put it on just like the picture. W E ARE CUTTERS AND REAL TAILORS HERE Work Guaranteed MODEL Cleaners and Tailors Phnoe I S We Call and Deliver Thone 18 Painting and Paperhanging GRANT HALE t Work Guaranteed. P Corner Third and Cheyenne MOVING, PACKING. STORING AND SHIPPING SNYDER TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE "When It's Your Mote, Let L' Know" Office Phone, 15; Re. tSi and Illk. 7.10 F. A. DALD Attomey-at-Law p Office in Reddish Mock Let Me Cry Your Sale R. A. WYLAND r Auctioneer 1232 Missouri Telephone 384 L. A. RERRY ROOM 1, RUMER BLOCK niONE 9 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Herald 'Ysait Ads Results Everybody connected with this undertaking establish ment does his work in a thoroughly conscientious manner. Everv detail of a funeral service conducted bv us is looked " - after in a polite, tactful wav. Our wide experience enables .us to. serve the public faithfully and well. Connections in Dther cities. Glen Miller UNDERTAKING PARLORS Phones: Day. 311 Night, 522 or 535 123 West Third Street Drake & Drake Doc torn f Optometry Glasses Accurately Fitted Not Medicine, Surrery, Oiteopatkf DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chiropractors Palmer Seboel Telephone bC5 Wilson BuildlBX Real Estate, Loans and -Insurance r F. E. REDDISH " Reddish Block tf Fbone 64 AUitM Harry P. Coursey AUCTIONEER Ut Stock and General Farm Saloa r KANSAS CITY, Auff. 20. (U. S. Bureau of Markets.) CATTLE Re ceipts, 21,000; beef steers open, steady to Ftrong; later barely steady on most grades; eaily top, $9.40; she stock mostly steativ to strong; spots, liiy) ,r ."..1 i,..n, o r.n.i mi- lil lots, $5.G0(ttfi.00; canners and bulls I for Morrill county, in which project we Fteadv: heavy canners mostly $2.00; ., calves steady to .r0c higher; top veal crs $9.00; stockers and feeders strong; early sales of stockers, $4.50 0.00; mostly $5.005.50; ftei'ers, $5.00 6.50. HOGS Receipts, fi,r)00; packers and shippers buying liht hogs l.")2r.c higher; mostly 2'c higher than last week's cloise; steady to 15c higher on others; 175 to 200-pound hops, f).30(ai 9.f0; few heavy hops on salebul.: of ales, .S.10(rt'!).40; top to packers and f-hirrer?. $0.50; packing sows steady. SHEEP Receipts, 12,000; sheep low, few sales ewes u round 25c lower; fat lambs. 25C,r0o lower; top west erns. SS.S0; natives, $.50; feeding lambs mostly 25c lower; early top, JC.75. Girls' fine ribbed black Hose, 29 cents a pair. Highland-IIolloway Co. REAL ESTATE Bx Butte Coanty Farms and Ranchea Alliance City Property NEBRASKA LAND CO. J. G lfcCORKLE, Manager Office Grouid Floor First National ISaak OMAHA GRAIN MARKET OMAHA. Neb.,-"!. 20. WHEAT No. 2 dark, hard $1.17W1.1X; No. 3 dark, hard, $1.141.15; No. 1 hard. ll.15Jiil.il; No. 2 hard, $l.14(iH.li; No. 1 SpriiiK, $1.20; No. 5 spring, 1.0C; No. 2 durum, ?1.0S; No. 3 SI.OS: No. 1 mixed. S1.0!(Ti' 1.10; No. 2 mixed, $1.0v; No. 1 yellow. hard, $1.15; No. 2 yelow, Hani, fl.li 1.14'.-. CORN No. 1 white, 45c; No. 1 yel low, 45'ic; No. 2 yellow, 45'lc; No. 1 mixed, ll'-.c; No. 2 mixed. 44'jc. OATS No. 3 white, 30'sc; No. 4 hite, 2O(?iC0c rurir.n uv. 20. WHEAT No. 2 red. $1.25'i-: No. 2 hard, $1.25() 1.25' s. CORN No. 2 mixed, 55? (?5ic; No, OATS No. 2 white, SCi-ITc; No. t white, 3U'i(y J'C PHONES : RES. NO. 1C3 OFFICE NO. L Transfer and Storage Successors to Wallace Trass, far and .Storage Company PIANO MOVINO ET AUTO TRUCK PACKING AND CRATING FURNITUE A SPECIALTY Howard & Allen "Ws Try Hard to Pleass" Gene Byrnes Says: Tiianks tor the Advice." fessM rS) & rV Choice y roRitTHe .) i lrroguV I SgTRSJ'KV 3S?S) (, sM 6ROCEReS I ADVICE. j