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THK ALLIANCE IIKI'.ALD, FHIDAY, OCTOUEU 21, 1021
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS m a ur somMhtn? Run VI ,ot PoPl cn tbeoa Wnt a columns looking for whit you r otnrra h to offer. Get quick rwaulta by advertising- In Tha Herald Want Ad department. RATES One cent per word per insertion. Costa no mora than ether newapapera and we iriiar ante that you reach several hun dred more readers. Buy circula tion, not hot air. WANTED WANTED To hear from owner of pood farm for sale. State cash price, full particulars. D. F. BUSH, Minne apolis, Minn. 00-94-97-1 02-2-G-p , WANTED Salesman to sell fine line of Teas and Coffees, in this terri tory. Excellent opportunity for the ripht man to estahlL-h himself a per manent business. Reference and bond refuired. Experience rot necessary. Write at once to GRAND UNION TEA CO., Lincoln, Neb., for informa tion. 93-!i"p FOR SALE FOR SALE Furniture for 5-room bungalow; all new; at a bargain if sold at once. 915 Toluca. 3p FOR SALE Navajo Rugs. Inquire ' at Box Butte Rooms. V. CASE BEER. - 92-93p FOR SALE Small house, modern; A-l location. Phone 124. tf FOR SALE One registered Red Toll bull, one 6-foot vertical Jones xnower. Eugene Rosenbcrger. 74tf FOR SALE Big type Chester White boars; best of breeding. Phone 801F11. D. E. PURINTON. 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 LOST LOST Between Alliance and Feven miles north, on the hospital rond, a Ford tire, rim and cover, with ''W. J. Hamilton" on It. Return to HeriKI office and receive reward. 3 THE POTATO MARKET ALLIANCE, Neb.. Oct. 20 West ern Nebraska, central district Prac tically no outside demand, movement moderate. Too few carlot sales to es tablish market. Wagonloads cash to growers Haulings moderate, demand r- Yio'-t riirrhfiv weaker, buyers lolding oft. Bulk Early Ohios No. 1, .ii-..; No. z, mostly $1.08, some low as $1.00. Northern district (un official) Haulings light, demand plow, market dull. Wagonloads cafh to growers No. 1, bulk Early Ohios mostly $1.15; bulk Bliss Triumphs $1.40(3)1.50. Buyers holding off. Ir rigated district (unofficial) Haulings liffht, demand light, market weak. CarloaU f.o.b. cash track to growers Sack Bliss Triumphs and white varieties No. 1, $1.101.25, mostly $1.101.20. OMAHA BulkEariy Ohios No. 2 wide range in quality and condition, best $1.50, poorer, $1.25. FOWLING C. P. Mann is busy digging his po tatoes. Mrs. El sea drove down to Ab Hall's Monday evening and stayed overnight. We are glad to hear that the smalt son of Arthur Sheldon is getting bet ter. Nels Peterson was a caller at Law sen's Monday afternoon. Lee Roland is busy hauling off his potatoes. He raised about 4,i00 bush els. He has a Reo Speedwagon and makes three trips to Hemiivj-jord ; day. Andrew Olsen was an Alliance taller Tuesday afternoon staying overnight. Ab Hall motored to Heminrford Sunday after the rehool teacher, Mice Roberts, who spent a few days hitt week in Chadron. Ben Swanson movl his cattle Tues day to fome land which he lea.-ed froir Orin Wampler. Miss Hutchinson is planning on at tending Institute in Alliance the last of the week. Clarence Kitpatrick and Mr. Bmkr drove up to the Worley place Wed nesday morning. They made a call at Elsea's and Peterson's on the way. James Eaton and wife called at the Mann home. Tuesday afternoon. Ab Hall called at the lienaerson home Tuesdav mominer. Mr. Mann is planning on shipping a eounle of cars of cattle rrniay. W. E. Hurl but and wife motored to Alliance Tuesday after some relatives i ; - Iowa. We have just unloaded a second car of new potato sacks and we can fill your order for any amount. O'Bannon & Neiiswanger There's fun in store for you at the Presbyterian C. E. Halloween party at the church Friday evening, Octoliet 28. 93-9C London announces that furs will cost more, but many will not worry murh for a few week.? at least. Starving to death under bolshevism Js no more pleasant than under any other form of government. COMMENT & DISCOMMENT At Chicapo, which Is situated some where in Illinois, there has been started a campaign to transfer the mo t on in dancing back to the feet. Our experience with Chicapo styles in tkincing is somewhat limited The last time we stopped in that merry city, we were not down to dancing weight. We heard reports, however, of the matter, and from the plain, un varnished tales that we heard, we are conv.need that there was probably room for reform. Out in Alliance, where the dancing (roes on all the time rnd in all circles, there are few complaints. In this city, at least, there Is hardly imy criticism. This may be due to the fuct that the cheek-to-cheek, catch-as-catch-can holds are barred, and the shimmy has long since leen banished from the dance floor. Or the lack of criticism may bo due to the fact that there are very few non-dancers to do the complaining, and their wails are drowned out in the clapping that de mands the orchestra to play a little longer. Nearly everybody dances here. There ere a few preachers who have never learned the Rrt, and few others who see in it only the work of the devil, but most of these are content to lot the rest of the population hop to it, if they get any enjoyment out of it. But in Chicago, we are given to understand, the fellows who conduct the dances have made no particular effort to bar the wrong holds or the make the 'dunce a dance. Whether cur informant was correct or whether he simply guessed at it, the newly organized vigilance association of Chi ci Ko boars out all his statements. The vigilance committee has issued an edict. The one-spot wiggle hits wiggled its last, they say. "Our p'an is to bring (lancing and substitute it for the immoral motions now seen on the dance floors," the Rev. William Bur gess, secretary of the association, says, quite plainly and emphatically. The dancing masters are with the vigi lantes. The man or woman who has looked upon any dance in Alliance during the past two or three years would say, right off the bat, that the Rev. William isn t talking in this direction. The fellow who crabs about the dance In this city ought to take a little tour about Chicago with the Rev. William, or anyone else who knows the ropes. We'll wager that when he or she re turned to Alliance, there wouldn't be another peep. The conductor of this edifying col umn learned to dance when a compara tively youthful che-e-ild. We were at what is known as the awkward age when referring to children, or the pinfeather stage when referring to poultry. Our hands and feet were too large and our carriage resembled a barge floating down a stream where there wasn't room for it. Our par ents hoped for the best, but didn't be lieve there would be any improvement in our carriage. A dancing teacher started up a school, and they gladly paid our tuition, in the hope that it would make us more graceful. In those da3 the dances included such numbers aa the, two-steps, the waltz, the Schottrsche, the barn-dance, the three-step and one or two others. We absolutely mastered the two-step, flivvereJ miserably at the Schottische, could waltz passably well and three step exquisitely, if anyone could do that dance in a fashion that could be described that way. The bani-dance required little or no skill. We stopped dancing it after one painful occasion when, on a highly polished floor, with a heavy lady as partner, our feet slipped at the same time as our part ner's did, and we fell, down down down to the bitter end. It was em barrassing, and fairly painful, for we 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. Gene Byrnes Says: "Here's the Music fell underneath. About the time that the tango and the hesitation wait came in, our weight had increased to over the two century point, and we tried other and lovs strenuous exercise. After laying off for a year or two, we tried to come back, with no more success than the famous James Jeffries, who tried to stage a comeback. It was not until a year or fo Rgo, when w,e saw the walking dances, that we had courage to try it again. Do you krow, before we tried dancing with this so-cal'ed jazz music, we used to talk and write about it most scornfully. It isn't music we still maintain that but hanged if it in't n lot easier to dance i.i than the "Blue Danube" and "Merry Widow" Ftyle of tunes. In the earler dancing days, we used to think that the very bWt mu;iic that could be found for a dance was a piano, a violin or two, n harp and two or three other dainty musical instruments, capable o' producing real muie. hut now we ad mit it with a certain flense of shamf for past error give us a couple of trombones, a saxophone or two, some banjos and a live p;unist. They don't make music if you're not dnncing it pains your ears but if you are on I the floor your foot will track a. lot better th."n they ever did to he old- ' style music. v As for the new ptvle dance. We've never tried theni Chi"po fashion, anil ! o wc nw't see how bnd or how good , they are when danced in that way. But we have danced them in the fa.- h . ion popular in Alliance, and the h 'Vil est praise we can u'ter is that wh'le ithey appear to he more strenuous than the dreamy dances of ten years ago, i we can now get through an entire I evening with one collar, whereas in the o'd days we hr to carry at least two "spares" with us. LAKESIDE Rev. Charles Burleigh returned home Monday nfter a week's visit at Crawford and Sheridan, Wyo. Mrs. P. F. Gillispie and son. Jack, came down from Alliance Monday on business. , Otto Smith of Antioch was in Lake side on business Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Blumer was an eastbound passenger Tuesday. Miss Bertha Tyler rode in from the ranch Tuesday morning. Miss Rhea Fessenden returned to her home at Alliance Tuesday after a visit with friends here. William McKinney went to work on the west section the first of this week. H. Brunson is doing the cement work on Carl Miller's cellar this week. Dr. Shock drove down from Alliance Tuesday to see Mrs. Geo. Llndley, who has been very ill at her home here the past tw'o weeks. The ladies' aid society met at the church Wednesday. Geo. DeBord and son, Warren, drove In from their home north of town Monday. Lee Taylor rettirned to Lakeside Tuesday after a few months' work ing on a ranch near Alliance. Mrs. Geo. Lindley went to Alliance Wednesday morning, where she will undergo an operation at the St. Jo-v" hospital. She was accompanied by her husband, and her mother, Mrs. Foster. Her many friends here hope for a rapid recovery. Budweiser on draught at Win. King Company. Try it once. F-90-2-4-6 Rubber dresses have been invented, wh-ch will cause a great -increase in rubbernecks. The shipping board says wooden vessels are obsolete just like our drinking vessels. why all the world Is going crazy ex-j cept themselves. w ? '7 m -A ... Potatoes WE WILL BUY YOUR CROP See Us Before Selling Potato Growers Exchange Ground Floor First National Bank Building. 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