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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1921.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Want t buy something? Run. (reds of people aran theae Want a columns looking- for what you r others have to offer. Get quick results by advertising In Tha Uarald Want Ad department. RATES One cetvt per word per Insertion. Costa no more than ether newspapera and we guar antee that you reach several hun ared more readers. Buy circuit ion. not hot air. WANTED WANTED To hear from owner of prood farm for sale. State cash price, full particulars. D. F. BUSH, Minne apolis, Minn. 90-94-97-102-2-6-p FOR SALE FOR SALE At a discount; a few shares of Fair Association stock. Write "J", care of the Herald. 101-4p FOR SALE Small house, modern; A-l location. Phone-124. tf FOR SALE Big type Chester White boars; best of breeding. Phone 801F11. D. E. PURINTON. 71-tf "OR SALE Old papers, 5 cents a bundle, at The Herald Office. FOR SALE Good used cars. A. H. JONES Co., 3rd and Cheyenne, tf FOR RENT FOR RENT Steam heated rooms by ' the week. Ill Cheyenne Avenue or phone 656. 100-tf FOR RENT Two rooms, suitable for light housekeeping. Young married couple preferred. Inquire 816 Chey enne Avenue. 99-tf A BOLD COUNTRY EDITOR. (E. W. Howe's Monthly.) Every time I pick up a country paper in the fall I see references to a row going on to make up a deficit in the chautauqua course. Certain citi zens were-induced by clever advance agents to sign a guarantee, and now they are clamoring for help. Whv should not chautauqua courses stand or fall on their merits as useful thine, are compelled to do? I find this sug gestion in a country paper, the editor of which is tired of the annual row over the chautauqua deficit. This bold country editor Is also tired cf some other thines: I note in his last issue that he is disposed to believe that his town has too many clubs and societies, all of which, in the course of a year, stir up unnecessary trouble and annoyance. This brave man, in deed, goes so far as to find fault with the Chamber of Commerce, which is regarded as sacred everywhere. The live wire who acts as its paid seerr.- tary, is entirely too active, it is alleg ed, and gives the citizens many un necessary ta.oks. I never thought it possible that an editor would become o bold as to criticise the secretary of a Chamber of Commerce. But people are becoming so disgusted that they are liable to throw stones at anybody. THE EXCEPTION "Are the men at Crimson Gulch good poker players?" "All but me," replied Catus Joe. "Isn't your ignorance disastrous?" "No, I'm the fellow that gets criti cised by the entire assemblege for bem a winner in spite of the fact that 1 play my cards all wrong." The Printed Message of Christmas Cheer There is no one item, at such small cost, that ap proaches the Christmas card as a remembrance of a friend by a friend. There is nothing that so cements the good will of a business institution as a thoughtful greeting to its customers, clients, associ ates and competitors. Without forgetting the sentimental feature of Christmas giving, the print ed greeting comes mighty close to being GOOD BUSI NESS for both individual and firm." Place your orders with us now for your Christmas Printing, and be sure of early delivery. Burr Printing Co. . .. .. ., - 1 CROP ESTIMATE SHOW DECREASE IN SPUD YIELD AVERAGE 25 Hl'SHELS PKR ACRE LOWER THAN LAST YEAR. Corn Yield 5.8 Bushels Below Last Year and 3.5 Bushels Above the I Ten-Year Average. The corn yield of 28 bushels is 5.8 bushels below last year and 3.5 bushels above the ten year average according to a preliminary estimate released by Leo Stuhr, secretary of the Nebras ka department of agriculture and A. E. Anderson, agricultural statistician. Last year, corn averaged 33.8 bushels. The ten year average is 24.5 bushels. This year's production is 209,652,000 bushels. 1'otatoes average 74 bushels per acre, flax 8 bushels. Although corn did not come up to earlier expectations, the crop of 209, 552,000 bushels compares favorably with last year's production of 255.528,- 000 bushels and the last five year aver age of 200,936,000 bushels. The yield of 28 bushels compares well with the ten year average of 24.5 bushels. Western central, southwestern and south central counties suffered severe ly from drouth during the growing period. All northern counties have ex cellent yields that are fully up to previous expectations. While the coun ties within the southeastern quarter of the state generally have satisfactory yields, the crop was reduced somewhat by high temperatures and drouth dur ing the latter part of August. County average yields vary from 10 bushels to 45 bushels per acre. Burt county leads with 45 bushels, and Cuming county is second with 43 bush els. Dakota, Dodge, Stanton and Washington counties follow with 40 bushels. Banner, Deuel, Hitchcock and Kearney counties share equally in honors for lowest yields. 10 bushels. Chase, Cheyenne, Dundy, Harlan, Kim ball, Lincoln and Phelps .are next in order with an average yield oi lo Last Year's Crop Still Held, bushels. It is estimated that 20 or 51,106,- 000 bushels of last year's com is yet on Nebraska farms. The quality is 92Vr as compared with 94 last year and the ten year average or 84. Farm reserves for the United States are estimated at 281,000,000 bushels or 8.7 of last year's crop. The average weight per measured bushel of winter wheat is 58.2 pounds; spring wheat, 56 pounds; oats, 30.5 pounds and barley 46 pounds. The weight of winter wheat was reduced by rains after harvest. The low weight of spring wheat, oats and barley is due to both drouth and -rains after harvest. The average yield of flax is 8 bush els.; buckwheat, lb bushel.;; clover seed, 2.1 bushels; grain sorghum, 22 bush els and sorghum forage, 3.4 tons. Apples are rated at 7 of a crop, grapes lS'r and pears 5. The con An unanswering justice dictates the policy of this undertaking establishment. We handle all burial services with wisdom and tact and properly price our service charges. Our modern equipment is dedicated to the public service. Business connections everywhere. Miller Mortuary MORTICIANS Phones: Dar, 311 Night, 522 or 535 Gene Byrnes Says: "Here's the Music C rVrt-ir.! -iE dition of sugar beets at the time of harvest was 91. The preliminary estimate of yield of potatoes is 74 bushels per acre as com pared to 99 bushels last year. The production is 6.9."3,00ti bushels com pared to 8,415,000 bushels last year. The county average yields generally run low. Some of the more important last commercial potato counties have fairly good yields and this together with the increased acreage gives the s-tate a larger quantity for shipment than it had last year. . The condition of winter wheat has improved considerably since the rains of the latter part of October. Wheat had began to suffer and in many coun ties it was in serious condition. In a number of the counties there was in sufficient moisture to sprout the seed. With this condition, favorable weather is needed to prevent a loss of acreage. Estimates of important crops for the United States are as follows: Corn, 3,152,000,000 bushels as compar ed to 3,233,367,000 bushels last year. Farm reserves of old corn are placed at 281,000,000 bushels as compared to 142,211,000 bushels on hand a year ago. Potatoes, 356,000.000 bushels compared to 428,368,000 bushels last vear. All wheat 740.655,000 bushels and 787,128,000 bushels a year ago. All hay, 94,619,000 tons against 10H,xa3, 000 tons last year. Commercial apple crop, 18,000,000 barrels as compared to 37,239,000 barrels a year ago. happVwomen Plenty of Them in Alliance, and Good Reason for It. "Wouldn't any woman be happy, After years of backache suffering, Days of misery, nights of unrest, The distress of urinary troubles, When she finds freedom. Many readers will profit by the fol lowing: - Mrs. O. M. Krumtom, 623 Niobrara St., Alliance, says: "I certainly have a lot of faith in Doan's Kidney Pills. I have taken them when I had attacks of backache and shooting pains in my side. I have had dizzy spells and head aches that came on when my kidneys were out of order. I can say that just a few Doan's Kidney Pills always reg ulate my kidneys and cure me of the attack. I would advise anyone who may have attacks of that kind to take Doan s. They can get them at Bren nan's Drue Store." fmAA r.fLn at all s'aalara TVin't ! simDlv ask for a kirney remedy get Doan 8 Kidney fills the same that Mrs. Krumtom had. Foster-Milburn Co Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. NOT ENOUGH FOR TWO "Why did you quit smoking?" asked Bolt. "Had to." -answered Nut. "Since smoking has become fashionable my wife decieded she would have to do it too, ami I cannot afford to Fupport two smokers on my salary. Lincin nati Enquirer. Herald Want Ads Results. 123 West Third Street LAKESIDE The ladies' aid soeietv met nt the home of Mrs. Jim MoMertey Thursday afternoon to tie a comforter. Mrs. Foster left for her home at rorest Grove, Ore., Thursday on the account of the illness of her husband who had a stroke of paralysis recently. She had Item here for several weeks helping care for her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Lindley, during her illness. Ruth Pollard went to Halsey Thurs day to visit her sister, Mrs. L. B. Dil lard. Frank DeFrance was in town Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Whaley drove to Alliance Thursday evening and on the way home the car refused to run, so they were obliged to walk on home a distance of about four miles. N Gus Sundos and boys were in from their home north of town Friday. Mrs. J. H. Graybill left Friday for Lincoln to visit her sister who is ill at her home there. The teacher dismissed school at noon Friday in honor of Armistic day. Miss Mae Livings went to Ashby to visit her sister. The Misses Alice Schill and Wilma Mote went to Alli ance to visit home folks. All returned Sunday on the noon passenger trains. Oscar Scrope drove down from Hoffland Friday. Mr. Evans and daughter of Antioch, were in town on business Friday after noon. The ladies aid society wishes us to announce the bazaar Thursday even 1 LA'wirtr LET ME CURE PILES THAT I can cure your Piles (Fistula, -- '' Rectum except cancer a short time longer) by an original, pain less, 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 months and years In vain. I guarantee a curs in every case I accept cr make no charge for my services. My method of curing Piles and the" Rectal Diseases, as well as Rupture, was laughed at twenty years ago, but today I can point with pride to all of those who have be lieved In me and have come to Grand Island to get cured. If you ars suffering with some form of Rectal Trouble or Rupture, write to me 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 write to me. No longer ' I Tiecessary for you to spend three or four weeks getting your piles cured. You can now be cured within five days, and be up and sreund nil the time you are taking treatment. Don't doubt this amazing truth! Seed for free Information today also convincing proof thrt my method of curing Rectal troubles and Rupture shou.J appeal to all those wishing to avoid a surgical operation with its attendant di-comforts cf dr?ad and fear that causes eo many sufferers to delay In seeking relief. CAU E d'ie to the constant St-ain cf even a mild case of piles on the sympathetic nervous system. You can pour all the medicine .down your throat that money can buy, or You can spend your last dollar at the world's best health resorts, or I FY? I I srcH.cr OtSlAMS CAUSED Bl PIUS You can allow yourself to be slashed, yet You will NEVER these troubles until your plies - DR. RICH, fltid Hui.ture firand Ixhind. Neb. Pleane send me free, complete X O tlon reirRrdinif the method you line In cur f H In files. Fistu'a. Fissure anil other rectal .Hri-hsps and rupture, without a severe o o. surgical operation. Mention you have when writing). s g NAME 67 J Town R. ing, November 17, at the churrh. The will begin serving rupiier'at 6 o'cloct p. m. Everybody is welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Price and child ren and a brother of the former fron I Denver were in town on business Sat i urdav. Mr. Hrice shiooed rattle fron here to eastern market Saturday night. Mrs. Bertha Heboid drove in from her home in the country to visit hei daughter, Mrs. Glenn House, the lat ter, part of the week. Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Joe War ren urrived the latter part of the week for a visit. Otto Smith of Antioch was a lake side visitor Friday. Mrs. Alva Ryland and son, El I wood, left Saturday for I-ead, S. D., to visit relatives. They will also visit at New castle, Wyo., lefore returning home. Geo. Hyland quit the section Satur day evening and has gone to work an night watchman at the oil well. B. J. Wrecker arrived in town Sat urday and went to work on the section Monday morning. Warren Mclntyre was a westbound passenger Sunday. C. Myers started Sunday for Los Angeles, Calif. Miss Wilma Westover spent Satur day and Sunday in Alliance having dental work done. The gang from California who have been employed at the well drilling for oil here for the Lakeside Developing company were discharged Saturday. Miss Doris Wilson returned to her home at Antioch Sunday, after a visit Fissure and other Diseases of the MANY DISEASES all cut and get rid of are cured. Specialist, DR. ICH Pile and Itupture Specialist Grand Inland, Neb. I cure every case of Piles I treat by my mild serum treat ment, or you need not pay me on cent. Informa- which trouble F. D. YOURWf QUICK! A Write Your Own Words." 0 vith her uncle, Hay W ilson and family ho re. Charlei Ilitt was a west bound pas srnirrr Sumlny. Jim McMirtrry wont to Missouri Saturday on account of the illness of a relntivr. Mr. and Mrs. J. I Peterson and daughter, Joslyn, and Mr. Hoke left Sunday for Casper, Wyo. When we have learned that divi dends are dependent on earnings, we may have time enouch to learn that taxes are dependent on Fpendinjrs. Herald Want Ads are read. New potato sacks, in any Quantity. O'B a n n o n & Ncuswanger. 96tf WELDING CEO. H. BRECKNER 210 W. 3rd MOVING, PACKING. STORING AND SHIPPING SNYDER TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE "When It's Your Move, . Let Us Know" Office rhone, 1 5 j Res. 88 1 and BIk. 730 F. A. BALD Attorney-at-Law Office in Reddish Block Let Me Cry Your Sales JL A. WYLAN-D Auctioneer 1232 Missouri Telephone 384 L. A. BERRY ROOM l.RUMER BLOCK PHONE 9 , ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Drake & Drake Doctors of Optometry Glasses Accurately Fitted Not Medicine, Surgery, Osteopatky DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chiropractors Palmer School Telephone 6C5 Wilson Building Real Estate, Loans and 1 Insurance .J1 F. E. REDDISH Reddish Block tf Phone 661 ' " Alliance llarry P. Coursey AUCTIONEER Live Stock and General Farm Sals PHONE NO. 1 Transfer and Storage PIANO MOVING BY AUTO TRUCK. PACKING AND CRATING , FURNITURE A SPECIALTY. ALLIANCE TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.