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THE ALLIANCE II EH ALT), FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1921. ELLSWORTH. Sunday the InvinciMe Vh;t manitcR were badly HofcaUvl nt the hands of our local ftrt'KHtion, our regular line-up IxMtig used with the ex ception of Walter House on Short and K. V. Ill ark on the mound who how ex er has been with us t.o long that he i now one of the regulars ryl he cer tainly did good work both at bat and t-trikinir out twelve in the mound. Howard Shelledy and Mr. Dile of Bayard were Iill.wotth liusinffa visit ors Wedne'dny and Thursday calling at the Kllsbury home. Mr. Dale re turning with Mr. Shelledy to Rayard Thursday. Mr. W. H. Miller and daughter motored from their ranch near Mary land Sunday to visit with Mrs. Miller's father who lives pome twenty miles northeast of Ml Is worth. Last Saturday evening Mrs. J. D. Kennedy and Mrs. A. Moore enlertain- .fHriaruiar ncium uy " ed at Progressive whist at the Ken- to the enjoyment of all irood consistent c:iU'hing by Seeliohm were features of the game although the whole team played excellent ball. The game which was played at Ashby through the efforts of Pitcher Joe Maupin was a decided aucceaa largely due to hard work by Maupin who had an evellent diamond in tdiape and the game well advertised. The box score: Kllsworth an r ob bo a fichonard, S2b 12 3 3 Young, lb 0 2 0 2 House, ss 0 13 13 lilack, p 5 14 0 7 A. Arms, 3b 5 113 2 V.'iffhtman. cf 5 0 3 2 1 Seebfihm. c 5 1 2 2 2 1 Thompson rf 5 1 2 3 0 0 Macumbor, If 5 1 3 3 2 1 Dale and Bill TollarJ returned home rut r ttrnnmnnfr iliniTT l.-m-cr th. vpstpnlav's nveraire: others I ilr. IJVrvMtJlJV UlAllIvLl .,v. . ir..i:-. inwpr: lst 215-lb.. from Halsey Monday. 7 vn. n.,rtr nn 7.fir.; hulk of sales. Genre? David parsed through town OMAHA, Neb.,' ,epL 20. CATTLE IB-M.Ta; throw out 7'-mo ' i 'u"u L , -"TMn0; fifflhlffi i' " " ' Mr.B.nT of Alliance K'SfJh'Sn': 'ThEHIpV. !,000; .heepj.pent the week end with their m and .11 nXr.i t. i,i rteadv: Lambs. 15f?T2 c higher; top 'family here. 10Sil5c higher, and westerners were western. $8...; feeding lambsfi strong, strong to a little higher in kpoU. wt held at $..00. Xanhe OMAHA GRAIN MARKET z.c iioove iam ween s ciose, una ngni and handy natives are generally 25 50c higher for the week. Cows were steady today, having advanced gener ally 75c since Monday. Stockers and feeders ruled active and strong to 25c higher, putting prices around 50c nedy home present, more especially Mrs. C. 1., Murphy and 1. ft. Law who received grand prizes, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Young receiving consolation prizes, The merriment continued till a late hour after which dainty refreshment were served consisting or vanou. sandwiches, olives, pickles, assorted rnua nn.l nfTfn I hft ft nvauAnt u-Aia . t . 1. i i. Hnt.AM g " ...... ,..v . ..v ..v.v. oiner priiiiury inarM'M nurr u miner j .Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kennedy, C. lolnw start, prices settled at levels . i Murphy, A. Moore, V. ft. Law, W.jfuny a quarter lower, and most of the 0 vYiirniman, nsse., wymc Bni Anna supplies changed hands on this basis. q w inn, ati ci i mil l H.U Vsi'wy f 41 ill KUn i icr 9 tnJ Mabel Kennedy, l.uth Crofutt, o i " i it t r-vf-i. nr OMAHA, Neb., Sept 29. WHEAT No. 2 dark hard, S1.1H; No. 3 lark hard, $1.12; No. 2 hard, $1.13(1.14: No. 3 hard, $1.1001.12; No. 5 hard, Sl.Ofi: No. 4 spring, $1.0'".; No. 3 iiree more carloads of cattJe were shipped to eastern markets from here Monday night. Miss Sara Lamberson was a west bound passenger to her home at Al liance Tuesday. Frank and Kenneth Westover wer in town Tuesday. Henry Bond, salesman for rax ton & Gallagher, was a business visitor here Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sandos and little son were in town Wednesday morning. Those School Dresses are big values, at $1.29. Ilighland-Uolloway Co. K th oKthr d durum, $1.00; No. 3 mixed, $1.17; No. work's oneninir 5 mixed, $1.0; ISo. 1 yellow nam,, w cpk s oiH-ninK. . . . . .-, ...II i i , i, HOGSlleceints. 500. Trade ru ed I-m; no. jinow ...i..., . i.i-. lower in sympathy with declines at all No. 3 yellow hard, 1.0.e? l.u. , i Utltrs fSO. 2 wniie, iwc; o. o -'i- Total - - 4S ,9 2rt 17 22 7 Whitman ab r ob so a e II. Abbott, cf 5 I 1 1 1 1 H. Abbott, ss 5 0 1 2 3 3 Haylett, 3b 5 0 4 0 2 2 McCubbin, lb 5 110 10 Milcex, If. 5 0 0 4 0 0 Waite, 2b 5 0 2 3 2 0 Maupin, p 4 12 10 0 Penning, rf 4 0 1110 Carpenter, c 4 2 4 0 2 0 Totals - - 42 5 15 12 18 6 Summary Two Dase Hits, Black 2, House, Carpenter, and Haylett. Walks by Black 6, by Maupin C. Hit by Black 2, by Maupin none. Stolen bases Arms, Thompson and Haylptt. House, Carpenter, McCubbin. Time of Kame 2 hours. Umpires Howell and Burton. Struck out by Black 12, by Maupin 17. A good attendance made the game snappy in spite of the high winds und disagreeable weather, many from Ells worth, Bingham, Ashby, Hnynnis und Whitman being present. iitrimiuii, vinii. Eugene Kennedy and Mrs. Koss Schaf enlerg. E. H. Chick of St. Joseph commis sion firm was an Ellsworth business visitor the past week. Arrangehients are being made whereby B'nrham on home grounds will olav us the final game of the; K'aiion. Thi:i promises to be even a more exeitinir game than the Whitman nfTair as a side bet hr.s been made, both sides to play regular men except for pitchers. We have the services of Maupin cngtiged for that date with Black on shortstop and regular team otherwise. Btt'giium'g pitcher will be a fast one although w have not yet learned hia name. Don't forgot the date Sunday October 9, Ellsworth ball park. This" will Le absolutely the last game of the sea on and certainly will be full of pep as winner takes all. Fnther Constant will hold services at St. Bernard's church 0:30 a. m. Sun day October 'J. Announcements will be made concerning regular services Jn thi space for this church till "uftcr first of the year when a regular pastor will be assigned to this parish. Manager A. Moore has donated the hall to the Ellsworth ball team for a real dance Satu-day night, October 8. . All proceed to go to the ball team which is still some behind from a fin nncial standpoint. Givo ua your pat ronage for this night and we promise lots of baseball amusements during the coming year as we will have a fully suited and equipped team which will thus be under very little expense for the coming year. Mr. Moore will give another danco two weeks follow ing. Good music and a good time as sured. J. Schonard and Mrs. Anna Bennett were Alliance visitors Wednesday. Lit . tie Ether Schonard who was operated on for appendicitis some ten days pre vious is now nicely on the way to re covery and will t.oon be brought home. Miss Myrtle Arms was an Alliance visitor Sunday returning home Mon day. Pat Welch and Lewis Larsen are substituting on the South moil route for John Schonunl who has been off on account of illness of his daughter. E. B. Jameson and C. J. Ilitt were Ellsworth visitors Monday returning by auto that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jameson of the Eichards & Comstock " company have now moved their of fices to Ellsworth and will reside n our community this winter. Earl Margraves shipped cattle from tliid station Sunday and Mondny. POINT OF KOCK CREEK Bowlen and Sapp called at Lore's Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. DeFrance motored to Alliance Saturday. Liggetts are threshing their grain. They moved up from Snake Creek Sunday. Mi.-w Rebecca Schwailerer came home Sunday for a few hours' visit wyth the home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brekke visited at the E. Essex home one day last week. Mrs. Dillon helped Mrs. Odgen cook for threshers Mondny. Edwin Dunlap was called back cast on account of sickness. DeFrances are threshing again. Mr. and Mrs. William Essex anr1 Mrs. Ernie Essex are being kept busy now days cooking for threshers. The dance nt John Duskin's was well attended and a fine time reported. Mr. Wells from Chariton, la., is here visiting his daughter, Mrs. Ernie Es sex, lor an indefinite time. Norma Essex is visiting her uuntie, Mrs. Brekke of Alliance. New arrival of the better Canton Crepe Dresses. llighlancMIoHoway Co, Herald Want Ads Results. Best light hogs topped at $8.00 and bulk of receipts sold from $b.0(a $6.75. SHEEP Receipts 13,000. A rather limited run of sheep and lambs arriv ed for today'u trade. Demand from all quarters appeared to be fairly ac tive and fat lambs sold readily at prices strong to a qaurter higher. Fat t-heep were also quoted at stronged figures. liest rat lambs brought 'K.40 with other sates of $3.00 and less. A few fat ewes were reported at $3.754.00 . Wethers and yearlings were scarce. Feeder lambs showed little change and good grades were in fair request around $6.t0. ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Scjk 29. CAT TLE Receipts, 2,000; steers, steady to strong; butchers, steady; steers, $i.75(n)JU0; cows and heifers, $1.50 8.75; veals, $4.008.50. HOGS Receipts, 4,000; 15(7?23c lower; top, $7.75; bulk, $6.257.C5. SHEEP Receipts, C.f.OO; opening, steady; lambs, $7.00C'f8.50; feeders, $6 (WCtiO; wethers, $4.f,0(nJ4..r)0; yearlings $5.00(ffG.OO; ewes, $1.001.00. low, 40c; sample grade, Sic; No. 1, ; 40c; No. 2, 3!a40e. , OATS No. 3 white. 3030 Vic; No. j 4 white, 39',iic; sample grade, 28,,2 29 He. i BARLEY No. 3, 50c. ,! RYE No. 3, 84c; No. 4, 83c. I LAKESIDE Mrs. J. McConaughey and little J son were in town shopping Monday, j Ed Jameson drove down to Ells worth Sunday to visit his father, Chas. Jameson. j Mr. and Mrs. Glen House drove out) to visit Mrs. Bertha Dtbord Sunday afternoon. ' Mrs. Debord recently returned to her home north of town from the , Pawlet ranch. i Mrs. Hooper and daughter were in town Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stoop drove in from the Star ranch Sunday. Mis Rhea Fessender of AUianc is the guest of Mrs. Gillispie this week. R. C. Brimson anrt is. J. weaKiy were in town tne tirst oi me ween. Mrs. L. B. Dilard and little daugh ter, Doris Ruth, arrived Monday from Halsey for a visit at the George I'oi- lard home. KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Sept. 29. CATTLE Receipts, 0,000; beef steers steady to 15c lower; quality, poor; fed steers, $7.2o(a8.15; top yearlings, $0.95; grass steers, ?1.40(t?).10; bulk, fo.OOCi 5.00; stockers, feeders und med ium .he stock, weak; other clashes, "me rally steady; stockers, $1.50(fJ )..0; feeders, $;.00(ii):-.((); canners, 2.25(;?2.75; cutters, $:.00(u'3.50; most cows. $3.75tf4.35: odd ots. Jo.OOfli) 5.75; bologna bulls, $3. 10C" 3.50; heif ers, mostly $1.255.00; best vealers, 9.:-H('n IMiQ. HOGS Receipts, 3,500; shippers taking most good kind around 10c Short Horn Bulls For Sale Two 2-year-old, two yearlings and two May calves, all of them red in color. Three are pure Scotch and all are short legged, low down blocky fellows. J. G. BRENIZER, Broken Bow, Neb., or J. M. BEARDSLEY, Halsey, Nebr. Will be shown by Mr. Beardsley at Halsey, Neb. Pure Bred Duroc HOG SALE AT . . Rushville, Neb. ' Oct. 8, 1921 50 PURE BRED HOGS Sows with litters and spring boars, sired by Sensation by Sensation boars. Write for Catalogue. R. L. OLDS, Rushville J. B. MUSSER, Rushville WYOMING HOMESTEADS We are now actively en gaged in locating home seekers on desirable 610 acre grazing homesteads in central Wyoming. The ear lier you go the better the choice. Our charges are extremely reasonable, con sidering the service render ed. Inquire. FARMS and RANCHES We have several custom ers for good liox Hutte farms and sandhill ranches. Submit full description and prices with terms on your property. ALLIANCE CITY PROP ERTY Desirable renters want vacant houses or rooms. What have you? We have a few customers for snaps in city property. Come to our ofTice in the Reddish Dlock Phone 20. The Thomas Company LLOYD C. THOMAS, Mgr. Alliance, Neb. Service First Service First South "Omaha The Corn Belt Market The Service and Facili ties are Better than Ever Before UNION STOCK YARDS Company, of Omaha, Ltd. Service First Service First i; THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS ZZs r uT WW L'jLV JL Ll.w JT J Lt s ZusZr S T .M 1 t 'v-' ri t in - r n Extra Copies of the Picturt Puzzle Will he Mailed on Requeti T"To"W" iTi vol7f "fVlf 111 In tIe Picture above there are a num- l . y UZrZrlC ber of objects and articles that begin with the letter " S." Just take a look at the picture there are all kinds of tilings that start with " S," like snake, squirrel, stool, sun, sand, saucer, shoe, saddle, salt and spindle. See how eisy it is Get a paper and pencil. Sit down and study the picture carefully. There are some of them that are very plain and none of them that are hard. The Judges will use Webster's dictionary in deciding the one who has the nearest correct list of. it j018- eac verv carefully the rules and other printed matter on the page, for then you will be sure to get your answer in right. It certainly is a lot of fun and doesn't take long. Just a few minutes in the evening. OBSERVE THESE RULES 1. Any man, woman or child not a reiident of Grrster Omaha or of Council Bluff, who it nol an employee or relative of an employee of 1 he Omaha Daily Newt may'tubmit an antwer. 2. All antwert muil be mailed by Pottomce doting I'me, October 20, 1921. All qualifying tubtcrip liont mutt Le mailed nol later than Pottomce doting lime, November Itt. 1921. 3. All litlt of name thould be written on one tide of the paper only and numbered numerically. Writ your full name and addrett on each page in the upper rifthl-hand corner. If you detir lo write anything, use a teparate theel of paper. 4. Only tuch wordt at appear in the Engtith Dic tionary will be counted. Where the plural it uted the lingular cannol be counted, and vice vena. ' 5. Worua of the tame tpelling can be uted only once, even though uted lo detignate different objeclt or articlet. An object or article can be named only once. 6. Do not ute obsolete, archaic, or hyphenated wordt, nor any compound word formed by the combination of two or more complete English wordt, where each word in ittelf it an object. 7. .The antwer having the nearest correct lit! of names of visible objects or articlet shown in the pic lure lhal begin with the letter "S" will be awarded 6r.l prue, etc. Neatness, style or handwriting have bo bearing on deciding ihe winner. 8. More than one member of a family may com pete, bul only one prize will be awarded to any on household; nor will prize be awarded lo more than ore of any group outside of the family where two or more have been working together. 9. Three Omaha business men, having no connec tion with The Omaha Daily Newt, will be selected lo act at Judges, and they, not the Puiile Man. nor anyone connected with the Omaha Daily New, will .deckle on the winner. Participant! agree lo accept the decision of the Judges at final and conclusive. 10. All answers will receive the tame contiderUion, regardless of whether or nol a subscription for Ihe Omaha Daily Newt it tent in. But where subscrip tions are sent in, they mu.l be for persons not a resi dent of Creater Omaha or Council Bluffs. 11. 'Ihe announcement cf the prize winners, and the correct list of words, will be pubhshed at soon as the Judget make their decision after November Iff. 12. In case of a lie for any of the prizes, full amount of tuch prues will be awarded lo each pei' ten. just as if there were no ties. $2,500 in Cash Prizes Winning Answers Will Receive Cash frizes According to Tiblc Below: When Subwrlptlona Are ftent 1st Prize $20.00 2d Prize 10.00 3d Prize 5.00 4th Prize 5.00 5th Prize 5.00 6th Prize 3.00 7th Prize 3.00 8th Prize 3.00 9th Prize 2.00 10th to 30th 1.00 Vll fSn U fa.. I1. a Sultnrrlptlon Sulirrlt tone sens Are sent $500.00 250.00 125.00 50.00 50.00 40.00 30.00 20.00 10.00 5.00 ' the fall I.IMMI the l.nl.ine. tl $1,000.00 500.00 250.00 100.00 100.00 80.00 60.00 40.00 20.00 10.00 XOTF In the event the wl MSlbHerlull.tMM mm. I n . -?..?l!r -J?"" "h"U " prMrtl..ntrly ,. re- ' h mi i-u nun uxrripil jna. iiiinfiu mm ia i,n,M,,.m a, it, iku mur, .,;y m., ..... ... ..... FAIRNESS TO ALL ASSURED Falmett lo all it assured in the (election of the following well known men, who are to act a Judget: John W. Gamble . Vice-President First Nat'l Dank. Omaha r. ' Ex-Pre. Chamber of Commerce. Omaha UEAN RlNCER. Allorne Formerly Cily Commiuioller, Omaha R. A. Van Obsdel . - - Board of Education, Omaha All answer will be placed before these men. and they, not the puzzle Man. nor anyone connected with The Omaha Daily New. will decide upon ihe winner. All contestant aaree to accept their decision as final. It is Easy to Win B':?din8inn"wre.r.T , , . . tubtcnptiont (maximum two ub jcnpliont. your old jbcr.pt.on. new o, renewal, w.il count) to I he Omaha Daily New. at $6.00 a ,e.r you can win a. much a. $5G0 or $1,003 m cash. Thi u bonus reward for boos'tert. H-re't how f your answer to the ' S Word - Pscture Puzzle it awarded fir,, prize by Ihe judges and you have sent in one yearly ,ubscTiri:or. In The Onura Daily and bund.y New. .1 $6 CO, you will 1 rece.ve $503 .rs.e.J of Or if your answer to ,he "S-Word P.c.ur. Puz.le u awarded firrt prize by he judge, and you have sent two y:arly .ubriptn. lo The Omaha Daily New. $12. CO ,n all yo will receive fl.GCO instead cf $20. If your answer u oua ided bv a ft m ., k.r;, . . i . , - - , ucw or renewal, ana you win .econd pnze you will receive $250. However. ,f vou have enl ,n iwo ubc,.ptKn. for one yea, and win eccnd prize, you w.il receive $504, and to en down the Ul of prize Furthermore, two six mon.l., ubscriPlicns will count the i.me a one one year .ubscriplion or a two-year .ubKriptn will count the .srne as two one yea, subscription, or four m-monlU .ubtcripiiont. In addition lo this, any club or premium offer that wa mil. i. . i.r. .... 7 m 7. antwer. OMAHA DAILY NEWS, O.MAI IA, NEBR. 1, Addre.. AU Awwer. Tot PUZZLE DEPT.