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ADVERTISEMENTS Wnt n bur unmet hlnT Hun dreds of people nean tlieoe Want Ad columns looking for what vou r others have tu offer. Get jilck result! by advertising In Tha Herald Want Ad department. RATES One cent per word per Insertion. t'o.Ms no more than ther newcpjipfis and we Rimr antee tnat you roach stveral hun dred more rcuuVrs. liuy circula tion, not hot air. WANTED WANTED TO BUY Six- or eight foot counter. Inquire No. f2(, at HERALD OFFICE, at once. 83-85 .WANTED Six-room house unfur nished, with garage. Call phone 170 or 757. 70-tf ?i KRKS IS upwards, for Po-ial Mail service. $120 month. Exir ience unnecessary. For J'reo particu lars of examinations, write K. TKRiiY (former Civil Service examiner) 734 Continental Bulg., Washi i rton, D. C, St-Slw FOK SALE FOR SALB at a bargain a three room house in the best part of town. Just the place to live while you semi your children to school or while you build a larger house. Phone G50 or address Box. 368. 82-84 FOR SALE Giant rhubarb. iown Finee Julv 6, for canning purposes. G. W. NATION. 79 87p FOR SALE OR TRADE Two ton Republic truck, motor rebuilt and in first class condition. Will consider 'Affiance property. COURSEY & MILLER. FOR SALE One regi.erexl Red Pall bull, one 6-foot vertical Jones nsawer. Eugene Rosenberger. 74tf FOR SALE Big type Chester White boars; best of breeding. Phone 601F11. D. E. PUR1NTON. 71-tf 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 Two front rooms . fur nished for light housekeeping. In quire at 220 Big Horn or phone 1058. 83 FOR RENT Two-room house fur nished for light housekeeping. In quire at 220 Big Horn or phone 1058. 83 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ' la the County Court of Box Butte Countv, Nebraska. In the Matter of the Estate of Letitia Cole, Deceased. To All Persons interested in said es tate: Notice is hereby given that S. I. Cole, administrator of said estate, will meet the creditors of said estate lit the County Court room in the City e-f Alliance in said County, on the 3rd Jay of December, 1921, at 10 o clock a to. for the purpose of hearing, adjust ment and allowance of claims against Mid estate. All persons having claims r demands against said estate, must file the same in this Court on or before December 2ml, 1921, or said claims wjll fce forever barred. Dated September 1, 1921. (Signed) IRA E. TASII, (SEAL) County Judge. (Sept. 2-27.) LEGAL NOTICE. To George Dryden and Percy Dry- den: You will take notice that on the C.'th dav of August, 1!21, Charles IJo- selius caused an order of attachment to be issued out of the Justice Court of L. A. Berry, Justice of the Peace f Alliance. 'Box Butte County, Ne hraska, against you for the sum of Foily Dollars (-10.00). That under said order of attachment, garnithment has been served on the Chicago, Bur lington & Quinev Railroad company, which Company has an.-we red that it is indebted to defendant, George Dry den, in the sum of Forty-rive and ."( 100 ($45.30) Dollars and to Percy Dry den, in the sum of Sixty and 07-100 ((00.07) Dollars. That the sa'd action has been continued to October IK, 192!, 10 o'clock A. M., at which time you sre required to appear and .-how cau. e, if any you have, why said fund hhould not be applied to the pament of plaintiffs claim. Dated September Cth, 1921. CHARLES ROSELIL'S, M-Sf) Plaintiff. LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN From my ranch on Section 12, Town ship 25. Ranee 51, Box Butte county, Nebraska. 13 Red Steers, 3 and I years olds. 2 Bed Co. All branded on right hip. Liberal reward for information load ing to recovery. Adlres W.M. lil'T l.LR, Fowling," Nebraska. s2-v" Somebody wants to know whether the teeth they put in laws-ever ache. Perhaps, if they die from non-u.-e. Some writer in the Philadelphia Ledger is bewailing the decline of manners. The inculcation of the re finements of life can't be negotiated in automibiles, Hats or on the street corners. A lazy man's idea of unrest is to have to move to keep in the shade. THE PARSON'S CORNER By Be v. B. .!. M inert, Pastor of the I trt B;pt:st Church. Alliance) the pacii ii:r Tollowng is a eimpi t hi nive sum mary of the ad !re-s given :.t the roof garden Thurrday reninir, ba.od on H:;ro'd li! Writ's hook, "Hel.-n of the Old House." Mr. Minort spoke to an, aidimce that number over five hundred on the subject, "The Pacifier." He said, in part: "Wright's a book brine:.-! before us s me very familiar characters, amn?-i them the radical employer, wl.. think the oaly way to make employers come to terms is to starve them and thr radical employe who believe that the law of violence must be applied to secure labor's interc-ts. The Whalevs are a growing genornt:on of children rilled with revenge and violent ideas; Helen looks at the poor children as so much trash. Vodel, is a professional labor agitator, without sense of just ice, or regard for the read interest of lal or. "These classes of people are with us today and must be dealt with. We went to France to fight the Kaiser Bill, but we are not so fast or so suc cessful in fighting the Kaiser Bills of capital and labor. Both have their imperialistic and autocratic element. The great body of honest American employers and emploves must be pro tected from these social parasites and curses. Industrial peace will never prevail until capital and labor will gather around the council table and discuss, not cuss each other's business. War united us and made u. feci cur Tonality, but peace seems to cause us to forget each other. There is a need of the torch of Flanders beinir carried into no man s land of indus trial disturbance. Our countrv is fill ed with disturbers who are readv to take advantage of the peculiar after- main ot war. ami set one class acainst the other. These are the indu ;tHl Red Perils from which the countrv must and will be saved There is no room for any Irish-American or German-American in this country. The man who veils at our rnnirrpsi: In bring pressure upon England is not a run per cent American. Iheso so called Irish or Gei m:in in- other hyphenated Americans are not Americans, but men who would turn upon this country should this countrv got into difficulty with their country." The speaker told of a double bar relled peril that is threatening our country the radical capitalist and the radical laborite. "Neither of these ex presses tne true km nf th hmci loving square deal capitalist or labor ite," he said. In Wright's book there is Martin the millionaire who has the view of weath that may suffer with tmiav They think that the country owes its projrress to their monev pvrlnuivoiv They forget that the money without vuiu uc very nuie. i ne far reaching effect of the strikes is point ed out in the story. It is shown that not a class of people is exempt from the devastating effect of a strike, therefore it is the part of wisdom to do everything possible to avoid striks. "A strike," said t he speaker, "should le held w'th us the same as a revolver is kept in the hou.se, to be used only in a case of protection and only in the last resort. The greatest weapon, after all, that the laboring man or the employer can use in this country is public sentiment, and any move that goes contrary to this is leomed to fail, therefore the people should become posted upon all that is going on in the country at large. "In the story is a man who has been a laborer in the factory and has had his legs amputated as the result of an accident. This man was a well read man and to him all cla. ses would go for consultation, the employer, the em ployee, the radical labor agitator, the real progressive cap'talist. All sought to enlist his sympathy on their side. The speaker po'nted out the effort of the capitalists and the laboring man's leaders, all trying to get the church to alien itself with their re spective side, but the church will align with no particular side, but will stand for the right, and in this stand will denounce wrong whether on the poor man's side or on the r'ch man's side. The clergy of the country as a whole is sound to the core and can be de pended on standing for right without fear or favor. "Why cannot we practice the same Gene Byrnes Says: "Here's the Music V. . j v.. THE ALLIANCE, HERALD. oneness in purpo.-e in our fiht i'-K'ainst the imperialistic elements ex ist ng in the capital and labor sec tions of our country? Is it that we have forgotten the los.-nn of the woild war.' I lie speaker mourned th fcolish onorts of some hot-headed oinplouis and employes to attain Iheir purples and to defend their in terests by gunmen and hostile marches upon the indu.-trial center of the day. "We lie in a country of law ; p. I order, and if our interests cannot he looked after and defended by Vi-v i.- high t nie that we enact -ueh h it ! w( asw.il look alter llieni. ihe laws '.ins country hold the remedy for the .ndu.-trial and commercial ills, and! the only American way to cure them!signl a minister, Mr. Sender. Church I It may be all right, slid it mu -t be is to appeal to the laws of this conn- services w II be held at II a. m. nnd S funnv to hear bachelor maiN telling try. We have no ue for red-handed p. in. respectively. Everybody please young people how to perform the du i'uropean methixU. We are all Amer- make on attempt to be present at tie of parenthood. .v..,..-. n u(Mmiu 1 1 if taws in me country hy doing things in legal fashion. The council table is the place for Americans to discuss their difl'i- cullies, not the cannon. Speed the day when American business men and their employes will realize that they I ..t I . t r a i. . nugni not, wotK tor one another, hut with one another in developing the gieai resources of this, God's great est country. "Capital and labor are not only de Fendent upon one another, but inter dependent upon one another. One cannot suffer without the other feel ing the etfect The general public, the great American people, bus a right to demand that these two get to gether in American fashion over the council table and decide their difficul ties in and for the interest of the greater number, the innocent bystand ers, the American people." MARSLAND A few from Marsland attended the Dawes County fair and enjoyed it very much. The races were as usual but the ball games afforded a great deal of amusement as the bovs of both Chad! 'on and Crawford played good garner and interesting from start to finish. The cxhihhVnns were well worth steing, especially the stock. School has once more begun nnd a lrrge enrollment is reported. There are three teachers this year and geod results are hoped for. Miss Soth of near Alliance is teacher of the pri mary department. The interme diate teacher comes from Fre mont with very good recommendation and Win. Werner is the professor. cii'ia tollman went to Crawford to begin her junior Near in the biVh school there. Clara says there are eighteen students cm oiled in the jun ior classes. Ruth and Rachel Furman are at tending school in Crawford again this year. 1 he girls are in the senior class and will finish their high school days this term. The threshing for this season is al most completed. It is ouicklv drawing to a cl ose. The machine purchased by Burt Furman is reported as doing the work quicker and better than most machines. The crop is good every where it seem.;. Soon will come potato digging and shipping. The winter is fast coming on and the summer which didn't seem long has slipped by. Miss Sooth. Marsland primary teacher, left for a visit over Satimbi'v wih. folks who live near Alliance. .- uriuuuK loimictn, a sister oi Jim Tollman, and Miss Jacobson ar rived for a visit with Mr. Tollinan and family this week. They came overland and while here expect to visit other relatives and friends. Everything po:nts toward fall. We had a light frost Friday night and a load of indians pasred through here seeking potato digging work. Bob Neece shipped a car load of very nice looking cattle from here Sunday. Perry Tollman began hi:i first term of school in the Charles district on Monday of last week. Archie Andrews made a trip to Crawford Friday returning Satui l.ty. Mrs. Charles Gregg was in lleming ford between trains having dental work done. Mrs. E. T. Gregg and Mrs. I'eris Curry were Crawford visitors. Miv. Curry was having dental work done. C G. Johnson of near Ellsworth has been spending a few days with hi and children, who have been living in Marsland the past six weeks. Dave Miller who has been helning with the haying to the Julius Bo tz place returned to his home to cut his' corn and dig his sum Is aid act as! janitor once more this school term. TTESDAY SKITF.MP.ER 12, 10'JL Mr. and Mrs. E:irl Ktuenit mid laughter. Bernice, attended the County fair in Chadron a few days. Hurt 1'iiiman was in Crawford n I'll inc-;; Saturday evening. M Art l.ennett took Mrs. Matthews place in the post oH'ieo during her ab sence Thursday, when . he went to al liance. A number of llemingford people n clud ng Mr. and Mr. RiiH'it Walker and M and Mrs. Michaeh pas.-.'d tlii ouch en route for Big Springs, on As-h Creek, whie thev mont a time camping. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harrison Robinson oliwho live near Mar. land were in Alli- auce Wednesday on bu iness. Maisl.in.l onin mom lii lf.n .1 .i i . . . enuica ami so encourage ii r. syin lor in , Ids good work. I The Craw ford Tri-State Fair will be gin Thursday, Sept. 15, of this week, , The committee has not had much time to arrange the details, but plans are , for a large entertainment and exhibi- tion. The races and stunts in general vill be worth your time. Also ball games will lie played each day and the teams will be of the best. Another feature of interest to the dancing par-1 Ccs will lie the dances held each night Mr. nnd Mrs. Thoma.i Hunsaker re turned to their home after a visit with f riends in Lakeside. While attending the speaking at the barbecue in August we were told by Riiss llucker that n Red Cross nurse had been appointed for Dawes county. v hile attending the Dawes County fair we met and talked with the red Cross nurse of S;oux county who was taking the place of the Dawes county nurse until she could come. We should be grateful that we get one in our coun!; since thr!r work far exceeds any such that we have had the oppor tunity to learn about. We should also lie grateful to Miss Rucker for her elforts to obtain a Red Cross nurse for our county. Miss Clara Tollman came home Sat in day and spent Sunday with her par ents, Mr. ami Mrs. J. M. Tollman. Clara returned Sunday evening to her school duties in Crawford. Floyd Bennett spent Sunday with the home folks. Miss Marion Finney returned from Omaha where she was receiving medi cal treatment from Dr. GifTord for her eyes. We are glad to report her eyes are getting along nicely anil with care ful attention she will have no further trouble. r Our knowledge of the undertaking business has been won through experience. We furnish funerals whose well appointed character fulfills the demands of the most exact ing. When burials are necessary you should avail yourself of our courteous, thoroughly dependable services. Glen Miller UNDERTAKING PARLORS Phones: Day, .311 Night, 522 or 535 REAL ESTATE Box Butte County Farms and Ranches Alliance City Property NEBRASKA LAND CO. J. C McCORKLE, Manager Office Gromnd Floor First National Oaak Willful Gregg and (e-oi ge Young weie in t rawTonl attending lo Ig Thursday night. SHE KNEW. Ethel had taken Edith into her ri-tt- lidetiee touching the manner of her I husband's proposal. "Why, I felt so sorry for the pi or fellow ," said Ethel, "do you I'lrnv his oice tu t n.i 1 1 y struck in lis throat?" "I don't doubt it in the ha t'.''' said Edith, "but however did you know he was propositi? ?' i cii, vou see, sain i.inei, vim a . . . . . 11 II .. . .. '1 I'll. .1 . . r . I. .. li ii -li . "I took a lip-reai ling course j colleei The idled away time in this world if devoted to food production would cause the dinner pails to fill the uni verse with melody. Some modern folks do not seem to be happy unless they are knocking some old-fashioned virtue into a cocked nftt. i Wednesday Thursday and Friday On These Days Only (OF THIS WEEK) We Will Sell 200 pairs of EDWIN CLAW $18.00 fine Shoes, at $10 PER PAIR Act Quick The Famous OF COURSE J 123 West Third Street Write Your Own Words." o.iLii. ' XTVi. i Opinion in .Amtcrdani i out.-pokon to the erect 1h;t the natives of Hol land should be referred to us Holland ers, Pot as Dutchmen. It is o-sible that "Dutch" gourds to mu h like "Deutsch" to be j lea.ant to them. The good b r.i'-h.tnr i - a man who statts with tins notion that P out of bills ought to bi? defeated. There is talk of making AnWiican toiirbt pay a head tax in France. That will got Ihe dollar the tourist Iiiiitilli- L:ii'rtut, il fml iii.ll.mr lii.nn) -' -n..- mo ni'- i .. ..i... i.1;"iim - . About the only thing that business needs now is the knowledge that good gains can be had from baraim. WELDING GEO. . BRECKNER 210 W. 3rd Painting and Papcrhanging GRANT HALE ' Work Guaranteed. Corner Third and Cheyenne j MOVING, PACKING. STORING AND SHIPPING SNYDER TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE "When Ifn Your Mote, Let U Know" Office Phone, 15; Res. 881 and Blk. 730 F. A. BALD Attomey-at-Law Office in Reddish Block Let Me C Your Salw R. A. WVLAND Auctioneer 12.32 Missouri Telephone 384 L. A. RERRV ROOM 1, RL'MEU BLOCK . PHONE 9 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Drake & Drake Doctors of Optometry Glasses Accurately Fitted Not Medicine, Surgery, Osteopathy DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chiropractors Palmer School Telephone SG5 '. : Wilson Buildinf Real Estate, Loans and Insurance F. E. REDDISH Reddish Rlock tf i 1 1 at Phone 661 Alliance Harry P. Coursey AUCTIONEER . LUe Stock and General Farm SaUr PHONES: RES. NO. ICS OFFICE NO. 1. Transfer and Storage Successors to Wallace Trana. fer and Storage Company PIANO MOVING BY AUTO TRUCK PACKING AND CRATING 7URNITUE A SPECIALTY Howard & Allen "We Try Hard to Pleue" '