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TUB ALLIANCE, IIER.U.D, I lIIIIAV. SKPTKMISKI! 2.1. 1921.
NINE CLASSIFIED ADYKUTISEMEIWN Want to bur anirirtHnitT Hun 4ifJs of people noun three Wnnt Ad m!umi, lnokinM for what you r ftttiei have lo oitVr. t.et quick result by ikIvfi llalr g In The H.'iaiii Wunt Ad urparlmrot. KATKS One cent per word per Insertion. I'uMs no mere limn ther newepaers and e suar-ani'-e Hint ou renob aaveral hun dred more tenders Huy circula tion, nm hot air WANTED WANTED School pill to work pait time for board and room; pleasant tome. Phone 710. 86-88 WAITED Six-room houre unfur nished, with garage. Call phone 1T0 or 757. 7 tf FOR SALE . FOll SALE Ford Touring Car; 1921 mmtel; overhauled, t'p-top shape, i newly painted, good price if taken at once. STUKGEON GARAGE. 85-88 lt)U SALE A good base burner. Mrs. O Bannon. Phone 512. 84-87 FOR SALE Small house, modern; A-l location. Thone 124. tf FOR SALE Giant rhubarb, giwn wnce Juljr 5, for canning purposes. G. W. NATION. 79-87p ! FOR SALE One registered Red rll bitfL one C-foot verticil Joncf Hwer. Eugene Roscnberger. 7Uf FOR SALE Dig type Chester White boars; best of breeding. Phone fOlFll. D. E. PUR1NTON. 71-tf FOR SALP Old papers, 5 cents bundle, at The Herald Office. FOR SALE Good used cars. A. II. JONES Co., 3rd and Cheyenne, tf FOR RENT FOR RENT Six-root house; all modern except furnace. Apply 928 Laramie. 85-86p FOR RENT Two light housekeeping rom, modern. 220 Big Horn, Phone 1058. 85p2-tf VOR RENT Two rooms; on Box "Butte; will do for office loom. Hume 512. 84-87 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Ia the County Court of Box Butte County, Nelwaska. In the Matter of the Estate of Ietitia Cole, Deceased. To All Persons interested in said es tate: Notice is hereby given that S. H. Cole, administrator of said estate, will meet the creditors of said estate at the County Court room in the City f Alliance in said County, on the 3rd day of December, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. n. for the purpose of hearing, adjust ment and allowance of claims against ud estate. All perrons having claims r demands against said estate, muet file the same in this Court on or liefore December 2nd, 1921, or said claims will fce forever barred. Dated September 1, 1921. (Signed) IRA E. TASH, (SEAL) County Judge. (Sept. 2-27.) LEGAL NOTICE. To George Dryden and Percy Dj-y-V: You will take notice thut on the 2.rth day of August, H'21. Charles Ro nclius caused an order of attachment to be i.-sued out of the Justice Court f L. A. Herrv, Justice of the Peace f Alliance, Box Butte County, Ne braska, aKainst vou for the sum of Fortv Dollars ($40.00). That undei said order of attachment. Kainishmcnt has been served on the Chicago, Bur lington & Quinev Railroad company which Company has answered thut it is indebted to defendant, George Dry den, in the um of Forty-five and 20 ll0 $4.Vi0) Dollars and to Percy Dry den. in the turn of Sixty and 07-100 (lf.0.07) Dollars. That the said action has been continued to October 18, VJ21. 10 o'clock A. M., at which time you are required to appear and show cause, if any you have, why said funds should not be applied to the payment f plaintiff's claim. Dated September th, 1921. CHARLES ROSEL1US, 81-85 PWinlif. THE POTATO MARKET ALLIANCE. Neb., Sept, 22. Western Nebraska, Central District Light frost during night. Hauling light, some growers holding for high er prices, demand light, market slight ly weaker. Wagonloads cash to grow ersbulk Early Ohios No. 2, mostly $1.33. tome sales on previous con tracts being filled. Carlots sales too few to establish market. Northern district (unofficial) Haulings moder ate, demand good, market steady. Wagonloads cash to growers sacked Earlv Ohios No. 2, $1.30(21.40. Irri gated district (unofficial) Hauling. n.oderate, demand moderate, market steady. Carloads f. o. b. cash track to growers, sacked Bliss Triumphs and Downing No. 1, mostly $1.50. OM 4HA Demand and movement moderate, market slightly weaker. Sales to jobbers. Nebraska, sacked Earlv Ohios No. 1, $2.252.,75 mostly $2.50. KANSAS CITY Nebraskas, sacked Miss Triumphs No. 1 $2.30. The Greeks are still threatening to take Constantinople, but are not making any flying start. Bootleg is full of a number of things to provide us with harps and wings. COMING TO ALLIANCE UNITED 09DT0R SPECIALISTS iriiJi'MLON'S CORNER Ity L'ev. It. J. Mnio.t, Pastor of Hie Fu st B.ij tist Cl.uuh, Alliance) Will lie At The DRAKE HOTEL Saturday, Oct. 1, 1921. ONE DAY ONLY Hours 10 A. M. to 8 V. M. Remarkable Success of These Talented Physicians in the " Treatment of Chronic Diseases. Examination and Con sultation Free. The diagnostician of the ' United Doctors, licensed by the state of Ne braska, for the treatment of chronic diseases of men, women and children, offer to all who call on this visit, consultation, examination and advice free. They have a system and method of treatments that arc sure and cer tain in thefr milt. These doctors are experts in the treatment of chronic diseases of the blood, liver, stomach, intestines, heart, kidneys or b'ndder, rheumatism, scia tica, leg ulcers, weak lungs, and those afflicted with long standing, deep seated, chronic diseases, that have baffled the skill of other physicians, should not fail to call. According to their system no more operation for appendicitis, gall stones, goiter, piles, etc., as all cases accept ed will be treated without operation or hypodermic injection. If you have kidney or bladder troubles, bring a 4 ounce bottle of your urine for chem ical analysis ami miscoscopic exami nation. . Worn-out and run-down men and women, no matter what your ailment may be, no matter what you have been told, or the experience you have had with other physicians, settle it forever in your mind. If your case is incurable they will tell you so. Con sult them upon this visit It costs you nothing. Remember, this free offer is for this visit only. Married ladies must come with their husbands and minors with their par ents. f!C OMAHA GRAIN MARKET OMAHA, Neb., Sept. 22. WHEAT No. 2 dark hard, $1.17(1.18; No. 3 dark hard, $1.1C; No. 1 hard, $L15(jB 1.16; No. 2 hard, $1.14(3-1.16; No. 3 hard, ?1.131.15; No. 4 hard, $1.12; No. 5 hard, $1.12; wimple grade, hard, $1.14; No. 3 spring, $1.38; No. 3 dur um, $1.04; No. 4 durum, $1.01; No. 2 mixed, $1.021.15; No. 3 mixed, $1.13; No. 4 mixed, $1.051.09; No. 4 hard, $1.041.10; No. 3 yellow, hard, $1.13 (1.14. CORN No. 1 white, 42s43c; No. 2 white, 42'zc; No. 1 yellow, 42ai 43c; No. 2 yellow, 42c; No. 3 yellow, 42ic; No. 1, 41ic; No. 3, 42!ic OATS No. 3 white, 31"431c; st.mple grade, 3030ac Judged from the court reports, one of the needs is a national husbands' protective association to take up the (juestion of disarming wives. Peace is established, but several portions of Europe resolutely refa to enjoy it. Police records continue to demon strate that a rttle liquor is a danger ous thing. A Few Autumn rhnusht. "We nil do fade ns n leaf", said Isa'r.h of old. One cannot see the ll;n,t fit thN time of year without beinjr reminded of Isiah's words. The object lesson is not simply a lenf, but a fading lc:if. Fading leaves suggest at lenst feur lessons: 1 They are emblems of man's mor tality. Human life at its best is short, and nothing in nature suggest it as a failing leaf. It is weak, frail, held t the parent tree by i uch u slender bond. The least breeze at a certain time will cause the leaf to tremb'e and flutter, then it is seen flowing through the air. Even In the country where winter is not known the leaf has its time of fnd ng. When the writer lived in South America he remembered that as sure as a certain month came around the leave would begin to change col ors than the fore, t were made golden by the millions of leaves that had faded and fallen. Even if th cleaf, lasts a whole season and lives ita ap pointed time,' it docs not retain its verdure and vigor. The sap of life begins to fail, and the tints begin to change. The leaf fades sooner than it falls. The flowers withers, before the grass upon which it grows dies. Man's physical and mental glory begins 10 decline sometime long before the real man dies. The autumn comes into the life of leaves with noiseless steps. It is not heard or seen, but the result of its coming is apparent to all. So with death, it is noiseless, .ometime un expected, it enters the chamber of the poor and rich alike. 2. The falling leaves exhibit their gieatest beauty and in this in an em blem of a christian lif.c Before the leaf falls it breaks forth into its greatest and richest hues. "Have you never known," says someone, "known better than you like to confess, by the exquisite advancing loveliness of his moral feature, as by a surer symptom than any physical indication, that one whom vou loved so well was ncaring the end?" Have we not seen those mellowed glows of tempered intellect end joy and Christ-like sweetness which showed by how slight a tenure the life was held ami how soon the scene wou'd change, and all that made earth so pleasant was all going from jour sight? We all do fade as leaves but let our fading be as the leaves, let our last be our best; and the truth of God be reflected and his glorious sanctity of our latter years be in peace and love and grace of our dying. " 3. The fading leaves is a proof that their work is accomplished, and that their mission is fulfilled. The leaves of trees are made subservant by . an allwisc God, to most important end. One of their chief functions is to keep ud the nuritv of the atmosphere. I Christ said to his deciples, "Ye are the salt of the earth," he might nave said of them, "Ye are the leaves of the world," and have said the same thing. Our office is to stay the moral polu tion which surrounds us, and to breath a healthy and- lifeiving influence. Each leaf that this Fall will fade will leave an influence that will help the leaves of next season. So each gen eration leaves its Influence on the next generation. Take the following leaves that have faded and fallen, but v hose influence we are enjoying today. The preacher, Sunday school teachers, parents, and moral leaders, as well as the vice hating statesmen of the past. We owe much of what we enjoy to those who have lived before us. Will the generation to come be bettered by our naving lived on this earth? 4 Lastly, the fading of Autumn tell us that death is the precursor of life. I Every leaf that falls carries with it both a memorial or ueatn ami a propn ery of a future life. That leaf will again live, so will the life that has done its work as God would have to do. To enjoy the future life with the re deemed, 'however, we must fulfil II uor mission of purifying society by a godly life. "We all do fade as a leaf." THE LIVESTOCK MARKET I OMAHA, Neb., Sept. 22. CATTLE j Receipts, 3,200. Thursday's run of cattle was moderate and the general j market jus about steady at the decline) of the fore part of the week. Strictly choice corned yearlings aie probably ste.idy with n week fifo, sales today I'ciiur round i '.UV'!t.7.'. llcaxy Im-vim h ive h n bit h.iiil and stde.i at ST. r.'.ifi S.25 today looked ro'fic lower th:in a week ugo. Western i;in;,t -s, .-tejidy lit tl week' "loci lie of fu.ly f-lc and tlie same was true in the viain on r. v:tu's and stockers ami feeders. Beef steers, $7.ti0(i' !':.(; beef steers and heifers, $7.7.r(id 10.'.,".; wc.-tern Ncbrnsa cuttle, $2.(0 Wvoming ?r.2'(r-f.,25. Colo rado, :i.s;(!'r..2.v, Montana. $!.:0. iuriJ) ueceipis, ;,mhi. iticcs on trot of the supply settled nt moderate declines. Packing droves wore put tin at figures l.r(a'2.c lower, but an active I spot developed in the trade and some buincs was reported not over 10(f l.V. lower. The market ns a whole wi.s ;iiolcd a dime to a quarter lower. Bent l':ht hn';s teppod fit $S.10 mid , bulk of receipts sold from ?(i..';0(if ' ST. .lordiril, Mo., Sept. 22. CATTLE--Ket-eipts, 2,000; opening ."-teady, steers. J !.()(); ni and heifers, J l.olHo !l.00; veals, . l.OO.r !).(i0. IlOtiS I'neven, Kc to f0c lower; top, ?s.00; bulk, yiV.Mi.-'N.OO. SIIMEP Receipl.s 5.01.0; lambs 10 to 2".c lower; lambs, steady, $-;.tH)( t.2.r; f.-eders, $(5.0(K'iir..o0j wethers. $1 f 4.75; yearlings, $."(!' f7.; ewes, $li WToniglif Tomorrow Alright Get a f -r At.'ti Much of the trouble in this country is due to the fact that you are too n 11 fned laiy to do for yourself what somebody else charges you four prices to do for you. ' 'Cm -.'V ul 1 ' a,m ""T W Ji 'l.illl'N Yaur Orwlal ALLIANCE DKl'G CO. uii'u. i. v. r I Mh Hh Till I L? 'S. PILES THAT QUICK! I can cur your Piles (Fistula, Fluurc and other Dlirasa of tn ftectum except cancer a short time longer) by an original, pain tese, dissolvent method of my own, without chloroform, ether or knife, and without danger whatever to the patient My treatment la so successful that I have built up the largest practice In this Una between Omaha and Denver. My treatment Is no experiment. It Is the most successful method ever discovered for the treatment of Diseases of the Rectum. I have cured many cases where the knife had failed and many other cases that had been treated for month and years In vain. I guarantee a cur In every cat I accept or make no charge for my services. My method of curing Piles and othe Rectal Diseases, as well as Rupture, was laughed at twenty year ago. but today I can point with pride to all of those who hav be lieved in me and hav com to Grand Island to get cured. If you are suffering with some form of Rectal Trouble or Rupture, write to m today, telling all about your trouble, and let me tell you how easy It Is to get cured. Be sure to use the free Information coupon when you writ to me. No longer Is It necessary for you to spend thre or four weeks getting your piles cured. You can now be cured within five days, and be up and around all the time you are taking treatment. Don't doubt this amazing truth I Send for free Information today also convincing proof that my method of curing Rectal troubles and Rupture should appeal to all those wishing to avoid a surgical operation with Its attendant discomforts of dread and fear that causes so many sufferers to delay In seeking relief. WELDING GEO. II. BRIXKNER 210 W. it A i i.i ill f II t'OfC JUHAMSCAUSID CAUSE MANY DISEASES due to the constant strain of even a mild case of piles on th sympathetic nervous system, , You can pour all the medicine down your throat that money can buy, or You can spend your last dollar at th world's best health resorts, or You can allow yourself to be all cut and stashed, yet You will NEVER get rid of these troubles until your piles are cured. a. S3 67 u I'R. KICK. I'lte ii ml Kupture Hiwcfulltit, (i'ihihI InIiiiicI, Ni'li. I'lcasu Bend iti fife, comoleta Infornin llo'i it-KHnliiiR Il4. iin ttio.1 you Due In eur inK I 'ill's. Fistula, KlHHure hihI otlivr rwliit liMcnHv nml riil'ture, without n povrr MiirKlral operntlon. I Mention which troublo ou liavt- whrn writing). NAME Town. ,.n. f. n.. rn. nirit Tile and l!iiitura KHflalit OraiiU Inland, Nub. I cur every cas of Piles I treat by my mild serum treat ment, or you need not pay me on cent. Painting nnd Paperhanging GRANT HALE - VVdrk Guaranteed. Corner TJi'd and Cheyenne MOVINC2. PACKINd. STORING AND SHIPPING SNYDER TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE ! 'rwfcVn TtVYour Mve, .-Lct' I's Know- . Office Phone, 15; , Rea.t8land Blk.7JJ 1 1 1 1 F. A. BALD Attorn ey-at-Law Office in Reddish Block Let Me Cry Your Sale .R.t A- VYLAN"D Auctioneer 12.12 Mi&nouri Telephone 384 L. A. RKRRY ROOM 1. RUfTEU 11LOC1C .rilONE 9 ALLIANCE, NEI1RASKA Drake & Drake Doctors of Optometry Glasses Accurately Fitted Not Medicine, Surgery, Osteopathy; DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chirouractcra Palmer School Telephone 8C5 Wilson Buildinj Real Estate. Loans and Insurance F. E. REDDISH Reddish Dlock tl Phone 64 Alliaac Harry P. Coursey AUCTIONEER Live Stock and General Farm Sals REAL ESTATE Box Butte County Farms and Ranches Alliance City Property NEBRASKA LAND CO. J. C McCORKLE, Manager Office Ground Floor First National Daak PHONES: RES. NO. ICS OFFICE NO. 1. Transfer and Storage SucceMor to Wallace Trans fer and Storage Company PIANO MOVING BY AUTO TRUCK . 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