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TIIT2 ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1921.
. - i iuy i, ivLiitiiiiiOii r oi lorK wcanesaay I The Alliance Rotary club, nt It le- tne ,aft (, f which can'pay the c-uiHP wm nri'flsv dinner, en nve l an ; : t. . , , mm imv iiiir Hsse.ssmrni m-iore uen- uy mlerest.ng aMrc by ia Th. tQi flmn,.n ,.f Pr. Orville Moore of York. Dr. Moore thli BqK.mnf B,i (... nmm.nf exceptional!) has, in the year he has been a Rotar- to $2,5!)2.20 . We have interest an." Jan, made a name for himself over the prjncjpft on tne paving bonds which fW't. miwt ho mpt nn Jannnrv 1 nf 92 1)00. T In his talk to the Alliance men, Dr. 0 Ju, L ,n22 we haye Jnt(,re;it Moore covered Home mveray-two mil- of near, $rir,00 more to mect makin,j lion years, and covered them pretty a tot) of $2V,r,00. It is imperative thorouchly. bringing in a nuwltcr of ,l. h . ,u . L, inav nil ui i 1 icic im n it. iiif ut mrb . I t applications inai weie 01 peci,i im- p,omptly that we can pay the bonds, r .w . ... interest and principal, and thereby He brought up the po nt that I ttsry k our ,it , , stand;n Js accomplishing things that the r j church and fraternal order, have been u 1ookp,, for a whi)e ast nipht lhat unable to accomplish. Men who belong the fire at lho church wa, inK lo ,)f to lo.lKCj. nn, churches he aid, listen R wriw one. u w.as a ,ij,rjcut fire to their Idealistic teachers, nnd their. t fi ht on account of the jntcniJe lectures on fellowship, but in Rotary pmokc nml not bein(f ab!e to , locate these arc put into practice, lie oh- an,i , each the fire promptly. Natural jectcd to rleAn:tionrt of Rotary, paying , everyone wants to help in such that he effects were natural ones due clW,B ,,ut in the rIim.c of helping many to following a certain line of conduct. rea,iy Kct in theVvay and obstruct the There is nothing mj'stenous abn.t it, flrem'en 8 ,vork. jn their excitement lie .lec ared. I they also break out windows, etc., He .lodared that the churche--, over w hi(.h are unnecessnry an! thereby add the last fit teen yars, have lost a Col ,0 tno property ,osf). They also in sized Krecntage of their men mem- . t on Jivi orden to the firemen to if01?' e 'u?1, y'ta V 10 ,h! 'o certain things when as a matter of fact that the rhuK-h did not accept fact there a a ca tajn whose imNlern thought, but wm utill bound , t jt , t ve on to the men to a theology that came from the days n jjuch case, it , bpUer to ,cave the of Moses. He discussed the theory f , work of those trained in this line and evolution, and declared that the aver- know than arnateur8 ,i0 as to oe man could not accept the teaching wnfit js to ()o of the church, that were plainly not in. the.e js aIw a thron of aceorclanee with common sense. 1 hus, curiopit eckers who try to Ket a close he said, the church has tau;cht that the , , t jn the wa of the wor d is but six thousand years old m'cn , t ,nterfere with lheir while evidence is to the effect that it k Hereafter should it be neces is millions of years, in aKe. He jrave to c)ear the wa the firemen may Beveral instances of places where a be 'obIi , t tun the ho8e into the iteral intorprctat.on of the Bible was d We ho that in the future impossible to a man contiinmR aver- thcrJ wi be no to do this. ape kiuw. . fcvo ut.on, however, is not ,n other cities the mU;(t.keep i01' riVi!,SV,KJL far enough away fo as to let the f.re K?"h,.i h n? . 2 1 I men work and w-e must do so here, i! I . Our flymen Ithj roPt- from the lower, bu, he cannot explain ' the bejrinninpTS of life without a belief In a First Cause, or God. .. Use Care in Sending Christmas Tarcels Through the Mails Gering Boosters To Entertain at the Imperial Tonigh I The "Midnisrht Belles of. Gerine," scheduled to nonpar at the Imneriul I Theater tonight, arrived in full force Postreastcr Robert Graham wishes at three oc ock this afternoon by to call tho attention of all patrons of In addition to the sixty mem- the Alliance postoffice to the necessity be? of.the troupe, there were drivers of their co-operatinjr with the po;tul and visitors, runninflr the del6gation up hci-vice to the fullcnt possible extent in to nearly eighty people, preparinjf and mailinj? Christmas par- . 7ve AIIiance fir truck accompan cels in order that the heavy holidiy bV , number of auto loads of city mails mav be handled exrxMliliousl oilicials and volunteer firemen met and satisfactorily. The careful observ- the troupe at the city limits and cs ance of the following simple conditions coH,el them over town. , bv mailers is of the utmost importance T 16 ?how, wh'h ,3 a home talent in accomplishing the end desired: production, has the largest troupe or-- 1. See that postage is fully prepaid Peai-in in Alliance for a number of on all pai-ccls years, and a full house is expected to 4 2. Address pnrccla fully and plainly, greet them on their appearance at the s 3. Place name and address of lender Imperial ton.frht. The play is a mum on all matter, ca comedy in two acts and a real treat' 4. Tack articles carefully and wrap w,1be nussed by those who fad to at them securely, but do not Beal them, ten,,,VnAtihei.,0W P"ce of 11.00, 75c sealed parcels are subject to tKwt- and 50c the house shou,a Pcd. ape at the letter rate. SrkSf'-ESTSSt eoapreyn; S Skt New potato sacks, in any I quantity., O'Bannon & Neuswanger. 96tf jnav Was." 5. Insure" valuable parcels. 7. Written inscriptions puch as "Merrj Christmas, Happy New Year", 'With Best Wishes," and numbers, names or letters for purposes of iden tification are permissible additions to parcel post mail. Other written addi tions subject parcels to letter postage. THE LIVESTOCK MARKET OMAHA, Neb., Nov. 23. CATTLE Receipts' SOO, Good to choice beeves, $7.O08.25; fair to good beeves, $6.35(S7.00; common to fair beeves, $5..r)06.2r; good to choice yearlings, $8.00a9.00; fair to good yearlings, $r.757.75; common to fair yearlings, $5.50(6.75; choice to prime graas beeves, $6.507.00; good to choice grass beeves, $5.25(8)5.75; com mon to fair grass beeves, $4J05.15; Mexicans, $4.255.00; fair to good jrvRss heifers, $4.255.25; choice to ) le grass cows, $4.15(o4.50; fair to 1 A.vd grass cows, $3.754.10; common to fair grass cows $2.60(3,50; good to choice feeders, $4.905.50; common to fair feeders. $4.254.85; good to choice trtockerg, $5.756.25; common to fair stockers, $4.505.25; stock heifers, $3.755.00; stock cows, $3.00 3.75; utock calves, $4.007.00; veal calves, $4.008.00; bulls, stags, etc., $2.252.85. . , HOGS There wa another fair run of hogs here this morning, 103 loads of 6,800 head. Trade was active and the market opened at fully steady prices, gradually improving until there were spots fully 10c higher, making a generally steady to 10c higher market Bulk of sales was $G.00(56.CO, with a top of $6.70. OMAHA GRAIN MARKET OMAHA, Neb. Nov. 23. Grain ar rivals today continued light and but slightly larger than a week ago. Not enough wheat had been sold up to noon to make a basis for quotations. Corn was lc higher. White corn was up a cent, yellow ".ic and mixed generally lie higher. Oats were Uc up. Rye was unchanged to 2c lower. Wheat finally sold at prices ranging unchanged to 2c lower. The Omaha Grain Exchange and other grain markets of the country will be closed tomorrow, Thanksgiving day. WHEAT No. 2 hard, $1.08. No. 3 hard, 97tt1.08. No. 4 hard, 90 foe. No. 3 mixed, 80c. No. 4 mixed, $1.02. CORN N J. 1 white, 4 1 4 1 He. No. 2 white, 41c No. 1 yellow, 4147c. No. 1 mixed, 40',i41c. No. 2 mixed, 414P.ie. OATS No. 3 white, 30'430Vie. No. 4 white, SOc. Sample white, 29 Vic r.VU - No. U, 70c ,. j Dayard Man Beaten to Death by Three Drunken Strangers Iuis Lundy, ared about 45 years and propr.etor of a Bayard rooming nouse, ii e.i early lucs.lay morning irom injuries received early Monday morning when he was brutally beaten oy a trio of strangers whom he at tempted to evict from his lodging houe after they had refused to reg ister and had, later, while drinking, created no little disturbance. j Monday nijrht, it is reported, the three men applied for lodging c,uar- tcrs and were ihown tn the rooms by the housekeeper Bessie Baker. After making the other arrange ments for the quarters, thereby arous-1 ing the suspicious of t he landlord, and when, later, they began drinking and disturbing the quiet of the place, he ordered them from tho house. Upon receiving this request, and in stead of obeying the demands of their unwilling host, they knocked him to the floor, dragged his body through the door, across the sidewalk into the t treet, where the beating was contin ued, and where he was found in an un conscious state. The weapon used is not definitely known but is presumed to have been a bottle. Th injured man was Immediately taken to the hospital in Bayard, and though he at one time regained con sciousness to a slight degree, he was never able to give a description of his assailants. A coroner's in ouest is being conducted in Bayard this morning. Mr. Lundy had for' a number of years been a resident of Bayard and is well known by many people of the county. A brother and pister living in Illinois have been notified of the tragic afTair, and upon their arrival funeral arrangements will be made. No Back Pay for .Spanish War Vets in This County The Lincoln dailies the first of this week published a long list of Spanish American war veterans in Nebraska who are entitled to receive a port'on of the $5,000 funds for pay that htul been due for several years. Not a single man in Alliance is on this li;t, although there is a thriving ro-.t of Spanish American War Veterans hero. Ress Bobbins, who served with com pany H, a former Alliance man, is due to receive $4, but that's the nearest Box Butte county come3 to sharing in the plum. Governor McKelvie inherited from his official predecessors the care und custody of $5,000 of federal funds clue to Nebraska soldiers of the Spanish American war. The inteicst on this fund is now . being paid over to the United Spanish-American War Vet eran's association. That association is trying to find the soldiers to whom the money is due. It has prepared a list of the soldiers who have f undj coming to them. The amounts range from one dollar to $3i. The money came Into the governor's kan Is poon i after the Spanish-American war clos ed as money given by the federal gov ernment in the form of increase in pay for time served in the war. The ad jutant general at that time endeavor-1 ed to disburse the money, but was 'Tun-' able to find many of the soldiers to whom it wa3 due. Business looks a little wan but not from lack of rest. Journal of Commerce. Huge Gas Well Brought in Near the Nebraska Line Alliance was .startled the first of the week by a report that an oil jrnsher had been brought in near the Nebras ka line in Colorado. Investigation of the'report by The Herald brim?.? the information that Nebraska parties, .hilling fifteen miles north of Wrav, Col., have brought in a gas well with a flow of 2,500,000 cubic beet every twenty-four hours. Alliance "oil bugs" with oil at Rus-h-ville and gas to the pouth, are elated over the prospects for production in this locality, and the progres.4 of the Lakeside well is being carefully watched. JiH0EXIXB9CZ2XZBXCiBZ&XISBX&3QK3EZ3i93OBRBEfl Say No Contest Over Property of Charley Coker Despite the report published by an other Alliance newspaper and the rumors current about town, The Her ald learns from an authoritative and reliable source that the relutives of Charles C. Coker have no intention of .tarting legal proceedings to recover the Morrill county ranch and other propei ty which he disposed of at ' bar gain prices" a few davs prior to his suicide the first of last week. The reports which ar proven in correct, were to the effect tnat the relatives of Coker would endeoor to prove him demented at the time he transferred his holding.;. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. "With charity for all, with malic toward none, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right." Abraham Lincoln. We quote the above because from time to time we feel the need. of this spirit in all our affairs and no one has voiced the spirit better than our great America. Sunday morning sen-ice at 11 a. ro. This is Universal Bible Sunday. Spe cial material will be presented from the American B'ble society. Theme, "The Power of the Bible in American Trogress." Evening service, 7:30, "Studies in the Character of the Mas ter." Another sermon on this special series. Songs you will like, and a spirit of worship. All are cordially invited to attend these services. A. J. KEARNS, Tastor. i ree Saturday To every adult purchaser of one dollar's worth of merchandise this Peerless. WEWON5TRATOR MF? ONLY ONE It AOH TO A CUS-TOMER A genuine one-dollar style Durham-Duplex Razor, fitted with de tachable double-edged blade of fin est steel. 1 1 ) fttimmioxiara BIG STORE " ' "Tj;- .- - Just What I Wanted- a KODAK That's the nice thing about giving a Kodak you know it's what they want. All the Kodaks are simple to work as wc can show you, and they make good pictures as we can show you, too. " KoJcks from $SjOO v' Brownies from $2.00 up Holsten's I Make $2 Grow Where $1 Grew Before . SEND YOUR CORN through the "pork factories". It means more money in your pocket. Raise MORE hogs. Raise them EFFICIENTLY. Dht and filth means disease and dead hogs. We have plans for nice clean, health hog houses, self-feeders and troughs. Come in and inspect theni. It costs you noth ing. We'll be. mighty glad to showf you. ' Fowler Lumber Co. 1 1 FLOYD LUCAS, Local Mgr. Vtt! to1 . ..... 'i'i'!1!'!'!- jL. , ! j