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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY. OCTOHKR 4; 1921
SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Wwl t bur something! Hua rda of peopl tcati tha Want A4 columns looking- for what you r othtra hava to offer. Qt quick rMalU by adTcrtiainr la Tha Herald Wast Ad department. RATES Ona cant par word per Insertion. Coeta no mora than ather newspaper and we tutr aaiee that you reach sereral bun 4red mora readera. Bujr circula tion, not hot air. WANTED WANTED A jrood Holstein milk cow. WM. LUCHTE, St. Joseph hospital. 88-91 FOR SALE FOR SALIJ Bird dogs; pointers and setters, eigh; weeks old; 10 each. J. 1. GLOVER, Thedford, Neb. 89-J0 FOR SALE Small house, modern; A-l location. Phone 124. tf FOR SALE One reguered Red Poll bull, one 6-foot vertical Jones mower. Eugene Rosenberger. 74tf FOR SALE Big type Chester White boar; best of breeding. Phone 801F11. D. E. PUR1NT0N. 7l-tf FOR SALE Old papers, 5 cents a bundle, at The Herald Office. FOR SALE Good used cars. A. H. JONES Co., 3rd and Cheyenne, tf OMAHA GRAIN MARKET, OMAHA, NebToTt, 3. WHEAT No. 2 dark hard, $1.13; No. 3 dark hard, $1.12; No. 1 hard, $1.10; No. 2 hard, fl.07l.ll; No. 3 hard, $1.0a l.OS; No. 4 hard, fl.Oo; No. 1 spring, $1.25; No. 3 spring, $1.231.2!; No. 2 durum, 9Sc; No. 3 durum, 94(R9."c; No. 4 durum, 94c; No. 2 mixed, 94c; No. 3 mixed, 94c; No. 4 mixed, 98$1.04; No. 2 yellow hard, $1.09; No. 2 yellow hard, $1.0K1.09; No. 3 yellow hard, $1.0(1 (r?1.07. CORN No. 2 white, 37c; No. 3 yel low, 28JT89c; No. 3 vellow, 38(3)39 he; No. 1 373Kc; No. 2 yellow, 383Ui; No. 1 37(n38c; No. 2, 37',i3Sc; No. 3, 38c; No. 4. 37c. OATS No. 3 white. 3030 ic; No. 4 white, 29!ic; sample grade oats, 28lac. THE POTATO MARKET . (By State Bureau of Markets) Potato shipments were heavy during ' the week. Nearly 8,000 cars moved as compared with approximately 5,000 1 ars with previous week. Seasons ship ments for western Nebraska to Sep- ' tember 26 inclusive totaled 704 cars. Season? shipments for the United States to the same date 72,199 cars. Prices in some producing sections 1 showed declines of from 10 to 25c. Eastern markets were down 25c. On the Omaha market, Nebraska potatoes jrrade No. I, sold the latter part of the week from $2.252.50; grade No. 2, from $1.8542.00; prices in the po tato growing districts in Nebraska wagonloads, cash to growers $1.25(8) ' 1.40; in carloads f. o. b. track, sacked and graded, from $1.401.50 per 100 ' pounds. Declines were attributed to usual heavy seasonal movements. The fact that the total production in the United States is placed at one hundred mil lion bushels below last year's crop and fifty million bushels less than the previous five years average will un doubtedly be a factor in preventing permanent declines. THE LIVESTOCK MARKET Omaha Live Stock OMAHA, Neb., Oct. 3. (By .State Bureau of Markets and Marketing) HOGS Market, uneven. Steady to 15c higher; bulk packing grades, $6 6.40; bulk of sales, 6.007.25; top, . $8.00; Heavy weight, $ti.50$p7.0; med ium weight, $6.857.90; light weight, $7.2o8.()0; packing sows $(j.006.50; Stock pigs, $7.008.00. CATTLE Fed steers steady to strong; top yearlings, $9.75; westerns and she-stock uneven; steady to 25c ' lower; bulls and veals steady; stock rs and feeders steady to 25c higher, beef steers, $5.509.75; light wight, . $5.25(3)10.50; butcher cattle, $4.00(5) .75; Cows, $3.506.50; bulls, $3.25 i .25: canners and cuttens, $2.25(a3.50: canner steers, $2.50(3)3.75; veal calves, $7.00() 10.00; feeder steers, $5.0U(jq 7.25; stocker steers, $3.75(3)7.00; tocker cows and heifers, $2.75(3)5.50; stocker calves, $5.75(3)7.25; common and medium stocker' calves $i.i.i(v 6.75. SHEEP Lambs mostly 25c higher; top westerns, $8.50; Sheer and year linirs strontr to 25c higher; yearlings, $5.75; wethers, $5; ewes $1.25; feeders, mostly 25c higher; early top feeding lambs, $7; feeding ewes, $.J.iU. ELLSWORTH. P. E. Law and J. L. Young were witnesses for John Schonard in a desert claim filing on 45 acres of Sheridan county land that lies in seven different plots or tracts both south and north from Ellsworth. It was gener ally understood that no more such land was left in this county but John's familiarity with this country now en ables him to obtain some fairly good grazing land. The filing was made at the Alliance land office Friduy. Several from here witnessed the Al-liance-Chadron football game at Alli ance last Friday. It was a 76 to 0 affair in favor of Alliance ami from all appearance they have a real foot ball team this year but next Friday October 7 they will have their "real "try-out" of the season with the fast Ansley eleven who for two years were not defeated and were scored against only twice. Football lovers from this vicinity will have opportunity to wit ness a real game that date at Alliance ball park at 3 p. m. John Schonard who witnessed the game says he is "in" on anything in the baseball line but "nix" on the football stuff where they "carry 'em off", so we will per haps be forced to play baseball all winter in lieu of rugby and basket ball. Don't forget the big dance at Ells worth ball Saturday benefit Ellsworth Baseball association. Good music con sisting of piano, drums, comet and possibly violin with the usual admis sion, dancing from 8:30 to 2. We have had no dance for over two months and a large crowd is expected with a good time assured. Floor Manager A. Moore also announces a dance two veeks following. Oct. 22nd. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Schafenberg, and Mrs. J. B. Kennedy spent Friday and Saturday in Alliance, Ross returning o his position with the Burlington in Casper. Miss Margaret Kennedy left Satur day for an extended visit with rela tives and friends in Omaha, . Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jameson were called to Denver Friday by the death of Mrs. "Madam" Comstock. Mrs. Comstock was well known here and the entire community extends heart felt sympathies to relatives of the de ceased. Interment was made at Tren ttn Saturday. Pat Welsh was an Antioch visitor Friday, attending court there, return ing Saturday. While there the car of Geo. Lindley in which Pat was riding collided with another car and the driv er of the other car received Injuries which came near causing his death in the Alliance hospital. Names and further particulars were not obta'nrd, however. Outside of a dislocated knee cap, Pat appears to be none the worse lor the mishap although it is said he was thrown twenty feet in the air at the collision. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Bradbury and Mr. and- Mrs. Bert Duncan of Alliance were Sunday hunters of the "wild birds" in our community. Geo. Eck liart ami Paul Wellingham, J. H. Klas sin, anil other railroad men working cn the wood burner here, in addition tc a score of our local huntsmen, made "Mr. Bird" flee in nil directions. W hile one of the Bingham ball play ers was in Ellsworth recently a chal lenge was made for a "winner take all game" with side money of one hundred dollars. The challence was immediate ly accepted and Bingham's manager written for a date and further parti culars, but there seems to be a "miss ing link" somewhere as no definite dope can be obtained but we are ex pecting addition information by to day's mail and should Bingham carry out their proposal the game will be played at Ellsworth ball park Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m., October 9. Joe Maupin, Whitman's star twirler, has been engaged, with E. V. Black of Al liance at his regular position on short, and our regular line-up, should give Bingham a run for their money. Def inite information will be given in this space Friday. Now is the season when rtle-s people will spend a lot of money try ing to have as good a time somewhere else as they could have rr;ht Jt hnnc. FAIR EXCHANGE A New Back, for an Old One How an Alliance Resident Made a Bad Back Strong, The back aches at times with a dull indescribable feeling, making you weary and restless; piercing pains shoot across the region of the kidneys, and again the loins are so lame that to stoop is agony. No use to rub or ap ply a piaster to the back if the kidneys are weak. You cannot reach the cause. Follow the example of this Alliance ciliten. Mrs. Archie Middleton, C22 W. 2nd! St., says: "In our home Doan Kid ney Pills are a family medicine. I had taken them when 1 had backache and other symptoms of kidney com plaint. I had dixzy spells and head aches that came on when my kidneys were not just as they should have been. A short use of Doan's Kidney Pills always regulated and strength ened my kidneys. The attacks of backache and diziy spell left too. 1 bought Doan's at Holsten's Drug Store." Price GOc, at all deaers. Don't simply ak for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Mid dleton had. Fostcr-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. . 89 THE HARDER THE FRESHER. Girls, beware of the hard-boiled egg. He will get fresh. Minnesota Star. GREEN AS GRASS. Wifie (making their first garden) Kansas City Live Stock. KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Oct 3. (U. S Bureau of Market.) CATTLE Re ceipts, 31,000. Fel Kteers, steady to weak; early sales, $7.008.7i; best vearlines offered $9.00; grassers num erous, verv few sold early. Talkinur weak to 25c lower. Fat the stock steady to weak. Many bids lower on better grades; early sales cows, $3.75 (3)5.00; heifers, $4.00(36.05; canners nnd cutter, steady; canners mostly, J2..'.0(o.2.75: cutter. $3.00(3)3.50; bulls steady, mostly $3.254.26; calves, fteailv, to 50c lower; good vealers, $; odd choice lots, $9.50(5)10.00; most heavy and medium weights $5.00 6.25; stockers and feeders, steady to 25c lower. Earlv sales stockers $4.00 (6.25: feeders. $5.005"6.75; stock calves, steady to strong; many sales, $5.00(36.25. HOGS Receipts. 5.500. Fairly ac tive. unevenly 10(a) 15c hia-her with last week's close. Best 195-225-lb. weights to packers and shippers, $7.90; bulk of Kales. $7.00(a) 7.K0; throwout sows, loiw 25c higher; bulk, $6.25i6.50; pigs steady to 10c higher; top, $8.35. St. Joseph Live Stock. 5T .inSKPH. Mn.. Oct. 3 CAT Tl.K Ppppints. 5.000: steers, steady: butchers, lo25c lower; steers, $4.50 (39.00; cows ami heifers, i.uo(o.8.u; -mU J4.00(3S.00. HOGS Receipts, 3,000; 1015c Whpr: ton. S7.h5: bulk. $6.35(3)7.80. SHEEP Receipts, 4.500. Steady to irtmnv lnmbs. 17.00(3)8.50: feeders. $6 (3 G.50; wethers $4.25(54.75; yearlings, $5.00(3-6.00; ewes, jji.uuju-i.zj. Frequently the e.-tate of some man vho was fCarcely heard of before tig urea up into the million. Wealth not always o.-tentutious. The decorous manner in which our efficient organiza tion conducts a burial service is equalled only by the polite ness with which we serve the public. Our establishment is fitted out in a most modern manner and our methods are up-to-date and tactful. Business associates in every state.' Glen Miller UNDERTAKING PARLORS Phones: Day, 311 123 West Night, 522 or 535 Third Street Service First Service First South Omaha The Com Belt Market The Service and Facili ties are Better than Ever Before UNION STOCK YARDS Company, of Omaha, Ltd. Service First Service First Don't you think, dear, we oupht to put in some pie-plant 7 - Huh To be sure! What kind of pies shall be raise? A DILEMMA. Proud Mamma What do you charge for taking children') pictures? Photo Man Ten dollars a dozen. Proud Mother But I have only eleven children. A rtock certificate, !c.t for years and now worth $500,000, wa. found, between the pagea of a 'wok. It. does not exactly apeak volumes for tho book. WELDING GEO. II. BRECKNER 210 W. 3rd Painting and Pa perh anting GRANT HALE 1 Work Guaranteed. Corner Third and Cheyenne MOVING. PACKING. STORING AND SHIPPING SNYDBli TRANSFER AND FIRfcPROOF STORAGE "When It's Your More, Let Us Know" Office Phone, 13; Jles. 884 and Blk. 73d f.a; BALD A ttorney-at-Law Office' in Reddish Block Let Me Cry Your Sales R. A. WYLA'NO Auctioneer 1232 Missouri ' Telephone S84 L. A. BERRY ROOM 1, RUMER BLOCK : . -PHONE 9 ALLIANCE. NEBRASKA ! Drake & Drake Doctors of Optometry Glasses Accurately Fitted Not Medicine, Surgery, Osteopathy DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chiropractors Palmer School Telephone 6G5 , Wilson Building - r& tablets -iRjy (frair:v iror I itiihLti. rntisciuri'iuN ukuggisi WE ACCEPT SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE OMAHA DAILY NEWS Any offer that is made by The Omaha Daily News will be accepted by us. Send or bring your subscription to THE ALLIANCE HERALD Masonic Temple Building. REAL ESTATE Box Butte County Farms and Ranches Alliance City Property NEBRASKA LAND CO. J. G McCORKLE, Manager Office Groand Floor First National Bank Real Estate, Loans and v Insurance F. E. REDDISH Reddish Block tf Phone 664 AUUnce Harry P. Coursey j AUCTIONEER ' W Live Stock and General Farm SI PHONES: RES. NO. ICS , OFFICE NO. 1. Transfer and f ... . Storage Successor to Wallace Trans fer and Storage Company PIANO MOVING BY AUTO TRUCK PACKING AND CRATTNG rURNTTUE A SPECIALTY Howard & Allen "We Try Hard to Plea" Gene Byrnes Says: "Thanks tor the Advice." - fe v J 4 -"