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ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1021. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Want t buy aomtthlnc? Hun rd of people can thea Want At column a looking for what you r othrra have to offer. Get quick rraulta by advertialna; In Tba Uarald Want Ad department. RATES One cent per word per Insertion. Conta no more than tber newapapere and we rur antee that you reach aeveral hun 4red more readera. buy circula tion, not hot air. WANTED Farm Machinery and Live Stock Bring Good Prices at Sale A. A. Moll, who has been farmini? the A. H. Bacon place, five mile west ami one mile north of HetninKford, had a closing out sale Monday in which he close! out hi entire farminR equip ment. The unle drew a jrood atten dance ami good prices were paid, with evidence of strong: demand for farm ing equipment and live stock. The farming machinery brought excellent pi ices. Hav stacker. $41: disc seeder $10..ri0: Kanir plow, $f7.50; hay sweep, $24; double work harness. $10.r0 to- $50; WANTED TO RENT Two or three wagons, $o; to $SC; (200 hushels of oats nice rooms, furni.-hed for liRhtlt 21c per bushel, $S4; 3(W I t.u.hels of kousekeepinp. Phone 137W or inquire I millet at 0 to 0c per ; bushel. uro un .r:-. ln.tr I Chicken averatred 50c apiece. Hor- at nuu.iLii' unite v i i WANTED School pirl to work for board and room. Phone Mrs. B. G. Eauman. 91-2 WANTED To rent 5 room modern house. Phone 735. 91-2 ses did not sell hi"h but within certain limits there was very brisk bidding, often six or seven bidders for each animal. Two suckling mule colts brought $41 each; work mares and geldings brought from $2fi to $2..ri0 each; one excellent four-year-old Hol stein cow sold for $101; two fine Durham milk cows brought $61 and ) .,!,. nnnlVxii till. n w,1 Viol l'.' WANTED To hear from owner of full reticulars. D. F. BUSH. Minne-1 emht-year-old dry cow, very large, .nniiV Minn. !)0-l4-)7-l02-2-fi-n brought $4f; five extra quality spring K - Shirley Mason, in "The Lamp lighter, is the attraction at the Im perial this evening. Miss Mason is cast for the part of Gertie, a little girl separated from her mother through the agency of a stern grand parent who refuses to recognize his daughter's marriage. The child is cruelly buffeted by fate in the form of a dissipated old woman until, through the friendly interposition of a lovable old man who follows the business of laniplighting, she is even tually restored to her mother and father and, with the sweetheart of her early troubled days, finds the happi ness so long denied her. The Saturday bill includes Thomas I Meighan, that handsome devil, in a Jack London photoplay, "The Finn-1 tier of the Stars." Two comedies, a Mutt and Jeff cartoon, "Spiking the! Spooks," and "The Big Mystery," com- j plete a big bill. ( j FOR SALE FOR SALE Navajo Rugs. at Box Butte Rooms. W. CASK BEER. . 02-!l3p FOR SALE Black Walnuts; 100 bushels, 1!)21 crop at $2 per bushel, f. o. b. Auburn. Send check or money order to avoid delay to E. G. GALLO WAY CO., Auburn, Neb. 90-91p Sunday comes the second assort ment of vaudeville offerings, including Haley and Trebor in a bright and amusing act entitled "Work." Plenty- calves brought $20..')0 each, ten he:ul j of snappy patter and rnchv songs of shouts brought $7.10 each; two throughout the act. Jack Tolk, an cc Iririre cows. $24.r0 each; sows with i centric comedian of winning person- Imiuire three to five Dies each brought $23. 50 i al it v is the second numlier. Jack is FOR SALE Small house, modern; A-l location. Phone 124. tf FDR SALE One registered Red Poll bull, one 6-foot vertical Jones mower. Eugene Rosenberger. 74tf FOR SALE Big type Chester White boars: best of breeding. Phone S01F11. 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 LOST LOST Monday evening between 615 Big Horn and Imperial theater, a Ftnng of pearls with platinum clasp, Finder leave at HERALD office. Re gard. 91-92 to $27; alfalfa hay on the ground, still poking along, furnishing a cyclone ft. to the ton, brought $4, $4.50, $5 1 of laughter. The Fostos present a anil $fi per ton. snappy comedy novelty, eccentric ac- K. L. Pierce wa-s clerk, and coi. .". i robaiic dancing, hand balancing, con- A. Grimes, auctioneer. tortion and ring manipulation. Ury- Mr. Moll is moving with his family i ers and Brycrs have a very pleasing to central Missouri. He haj produced act with lots of iep, clever dancing a verv large crop this year, receiving and harmony on the banjo. for his winter wheat $1.02 per bushel 1 lie Sunday photoplay ih Elaine f.o.b. Girard and for his Durum wheat, I Hamerstein in "The Daughter Pays," 94 and 97c per bushel. He is in no j jn which the problem of a young girl wav dissatisfied with the country but it moving to Missouri ior uusmef. reasons. marrying an old man is treated in a new and original manner. The Poultry Crop in Nebraska is Above the Normal The State Bureau of Markets re ports that a survey of the poultry sit uation in the state and reports of ship pers recently sent to the Produce Packer indicate that more poultry was raised in Nebraska this year than last and the outlook for fall and winter production is unusually good. Reports from 17 principal shipping points in the state indicate weekly shipments of from 550 to GOO coops of poultry and from 450 to 500 cases of eggs from these points alone. David City ship pers estimate that 120 coops of poul try and 50 cases of eggs will be ship ped from that point weekly during the fall months. Poultry men at Lexing ton estimate weekly shipments of 100 coops of poultry and from 60 to 75 casts of eggs. Estimates weekly ship ments from most of the other points range from 20 to 30 coops of poultry and from 25 to 30 cases of eggs. . Turkeys are reported not very plen tiful in most localities. Cozad ship pers expect about 10 coops weekly luring the shipping season and Nor folk dealers expect to buy 2 carloads f turkeys during the turkey season. Although turkeys occupy the center of attention at certain times during the year, the chicken crop is of much more importance, both to producers and to the produce trade, than any other kind of poultry. Chickens and eirtrs are bouirht and sold every day during the year and there is always a pood demand for them. The income ihich a farmer receives from a good flock of producing hens is of no small consideration these days. The October 1st Spud Estimate is Above September Figures! The Bureau of TiTarTieU and Crop Estimates forecasts the total produc tion of potatoes n the United States, based on conditions October 1, at 345,,- 844,000 bushels. This is an increase of 22.844,000 bushels over the Sep tember 1 estimate of 323,000,000 bush els. The final estimate for the United States last year was 428.308,000 bush els, while the five-year average for the years 1910-1920 inclusive is 385,000, 000 bushels. The states showing important gains over last month's report are Maine, New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, Maine being the most important with a gain of 8,000,000 bushels over the September estimate and 10,000,000 bushels over last year's crop. Several western states show slight losses. THE POTATO MARKET ALLIANCE. Neb.. Oct 13. West- em Nebraska, central district Prac tically no wire inquiry, outside demand slow,' market steady. Carloads f.o.b. usual terms, very few sales. Sacked Early Ohios No. 1, $1.65. Wagon loads cash to growers Haulings mod erate, demand good, market firm. Bulk Earlv Ohios No. 1, $1.25()1.30, few hiirh as $1.42: No.2. J1.17ffBl.25. Irri gated District (unofficial) Haulings light, demand good, market firm. Car load' f.o.b. cash track to growers Sacked Bliss Triumphs and white va rieties No. 1, $1.40fi1.50. Some grow ers holding for higher prices. OMAHA, Neb., Oct. 13. Sacked Early Ohios No. 1. $2.152.25; No. 2, good condition, wide range in quality, $1.602.00. FEEBLE WITH AGE. A colloquialism that should be ban ished is "springing a joke." Most of the jokes today do not spring; they are pushed and fall helpless a few feet away. Chicago Journal of Commerce. Potatoes WE WILL BUY YOUR CROP See Us Before Selling Potato Growers Exchange Ground Floor First National Bank Building:. With Nebraska Land Co. PROVIDENTIAL He was nnwe- Religious than edu cated and PO'not to be too greatly censured for this "testimony" at prayer meeting: t "I thank the Lont that I have three wives in heaven." The Epworth Herald. The girl who says at seventeen tnt she wouldn't marry the best man th.ifr ever lived usually is willing to admit, when she's twice that old, that she didn't. Herald Want Ada are read. WELDING GEO. II. BRECKNER 210 W. 3rd Painting and Paperhanging GRANT HALE ) Work Guaranteed. ' Corner Third and Cheyenne MOVING. PACKING, STOKING AND SHIPPING SNYDER TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE "When It's Your Motc, Let Us Know" Office Phone, 15; Res. 88 1 and BIk. 730 EXACTLY SO. "Yessir, eighty-two, I be, an' every tooth in my 'ead same as th' day I were bora." London Mail. NOTHING TO FEAR. T-,.t r.nifar "Ynn must take vour children away from here, madam this is no place for them. Mother "Now don t you worry thev can't ear nothin new their father was a sergeant-major, e was. London Opinion. "Short Skirts," with Gladys Walton in the leading role and the skirts, is scheduled for Monday. The story dwells upon a little girl who wants to appear older than she is and who plays with fire for the thrill. She nearly wrecks a good man's chance to be elected mayor, blights her mother's happiness and makes a mess of her life until the hero steps in, adminis ters a mental spanking and straight ens her out for a flying trip down the boulevard of common sense but with more thrills than she could possibly have felt on the dangerous bramble path. THEY AGREED. Visitor, in earlv morning, after week-end, to chauffeur "Don't let me miss mv train." i ! Chauffeur "No danger, sir. The mistress said if I did, it'd cost me my job." London Opinion. JUST MADE OVER. After Mr. Brown had raked his yard he took the accumulated rubbish into the street to burn. A number of neighbors' children came flocking about the bonfire, among them a lit tle girl whom Mr. Brown did not re member having seen before. Wishing, uritn hiu ncivil Irinillinpss. to make the stranger leel at ease, he beamed upon her and said neartuy: "Hello! Isn't this a new face?" A deep red suffused her freckles. "No," she stammered, "it ain't new. It's just been washed." Harper's Magazine. The music writers can score a hit bv devising a scheme to put a protec tive tariff on the racket produced by a very earnest young man learning to play the saxophone. 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. Service First Service First South Omaha The Corn Belt Market The Service and Facili ties are Better than Ever Before F. A. BALD Attorney-at-Law 1 Office in Reddish Block Let Me Cry Your Sale , R. A. WYLAN-D 1 Auctioneer 1232 Missouri Telephone 3S4 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 865 Wilson Building Real Estate, Loans and Insurance v1 F. E. REDDISH 1 Reddish Block tl Phone 664 AlliaM Harry P. Coursey AUCTIONEER Lire Stock and General Farm Sal UNION STOCK YARDS Company, of Omaha, Ltd. Service First Service First phone n6. i Transfer and Storage PIANO MOVING BY AUTO TRUCK. PACKING AND CRATING FURNITURE A SPECIALTY. ALLIANCE TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. Gene Byrnes Says: "It s a Great Life If You Don't We aken." THE C'ORBORUNDUM DEGREE. Cgmlin "Ijinkv hpah. biar bov. don' mi uHil me. 'cause Ah's hard! ij.a1 uw1c Ah falls on a buzz saw on' Ah hiwt-j it com-nlete-lv." liambo "Call dat hard? Listen, man. Ah scratches de bath tub." The , -7" f Rfi true ME. IM THEMtN6 5oHC LOCKS Iefi i rswJ OUT OF A. NICE. .id i va(mf r4 i'm OUT VJTH -Av4roT ONE SIXTf FOURTH A MUtri Or rt AS DO OF yoj tvi k 22C vaovJ fte ou UTTt-E. WOU.S TfUAN.i HE1 KlSTt. THE DooR LlSTentrV &OtS 'CO THINK. 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