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THE ALLIANCE 11EKALD, TUESDAY, NOVE.MIIEI! 2D, 1921.
SEVEN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Want tt bur omthlnT Hua Sd of people scan theee Want AS column looklntr for what you r ether bare to offer. Oet quick reaalta by advertising In Tha Herald Want Ad department. RATES One ten per word per Insertion. Cot no more than ther newspaper and we ur uire ttiat you reach Teral hun dred more reader. Bur circula lr. not hot air. WANTED WANTED To hear from owner of (rood 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 stoclft 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 601F11. D. E. PURINTON. 71-tf FOR SALE Good used cars, A. H. JONES Co., 3rd anfl Cheyenne, tf FOR RENT FOR RENT - Room for light house keeping, over First State Bank. Thone, 922. - 105 FOR .RENT Modern sleepinR room. Phone Mrs. Oscar O'Bannon. 103 STEAM heated rooms, suitable for light housekeeping. Phone C56, or call at 111 Cheyenne. 104-tf MISCELLANEOUS CLEARANCE SALE Men's and boy's uncalled for suits and coats. YANDERS, the Tailor. 102-1 LAND BARGAINS Write for my largo list on crop1 pas'ment plan. JESS KISNER, Garden City, Kas. , 105-7p NOTICE OF HEARING. In the County Court of Box Butte County, Nebraska. In the Matter of the Estate of Frank Fishbaugh, deceased. All persons, both creditors and heirs, interested in the estate of Frank Fish baugh, deceased, are hereby notified that M. A. Keeder. formerly M. A Feaae, filed her petition in this Court as the owner of the following describ ed real estate, to-wit; the Southeast Quarter (SEU) of Section Four (4) Township Twenty eight (28) Range Forty Seven (47) Box Butte County, Nebraska; that she alleges that saic. Frank Fishbaugh departed this life in Box Butte County, Nebraska, on the 10th day of July, 1890, leaving no hist will or testament, and praying- that a time and place be fixed for a hearing on said petition and that on said hear ing further administration be not had and determining the right of descent of. said real property, the persons tc whom it descended and Jheir logal in terest 'therein and the interest of tht petitioner therein. You and each of you are therefore notified that a hearing will be had on said petition on the 30th day of De cember, 1921, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of said date iit the rooms of the County Jud?e of sain Box Butte County at the Court House located in the town of Alliance, and that if you fail to appear and contest paid petition the court will grant the prayer thereof. (Signed) IRA E. TASH, (Seal) County Juugc llollister & Cunningham, Attj s. Nov.29-Dec.20. A SOLUTION OF THE STATE ROADS PROBLEM The present system of distributing several hundred dollars of federal money among the states to help them in building permanent roads does not accomplish the rosired results and if wrong in principle, says the Decern ber Sunset. There is no reason except a polit ical one why federal money should be spent for the construction of dis connecting dabs of local loads in forty-seven state. If the federal government really wants to accomplish something with the post-road money, let the appro priations be concentrated upon the fpeedy construction of three trans continental permanent motor high ways, one in the north, one in the cen ter and one in the south. Unless the federal government undertakes the construction of these highways, paying practically all the cost of the construc tion in states where the prohibition is jess than five per square mile, dimin ishing its contribution as the density of the population increases, they will not be completely finished for manj decades. Look at conditions in Nevada, Idaho, New Mexico, Arizona, Montana, Utah, Wyoming. Nevada has a total popu lation of 77,000. To construct acros.; the state's northern end two hurLred miles of the Lincoln highway, to make a really permanent road with ea.y grades, ample width and a hard sur face, would cost at least four million dollars, or 270 for every Nevada family of five persons. For purposes of local communication, Nevada can not atford to built a road of this char acter across many miles of uninhab ited desert and mountain country; the quantity of local traffic would not war rant this expense. Yet for the trans continental travel ever growing in volume the construction of the Nevada and Utah and Wyoming links is an urgent necessity. "I have taken eight bottlea of Teniae and have actually gained 40 pounds in weight and feel better and stronger thaa I have felt before in twenty-five yejua," aays O. H. Mahaffy, of Nb- Official Record of November Session of County Conrd November 15 The board of county commissioners of Box Butte county, Nebraska, met pursuant to adjourn ment. Mem'iKrs present, George VV. iuncan, chairman, C. L. Hash man and vieorge Can ell. The meeting being called to order by the chairman, the lollowing pioceciiings were had and done, to-wit: The greater part of the day was spent in talking over roads with vari our farmers wno appeared before the ioard, no definite action being taken at th.s time. The fol. owing resolution was adopt ed by the board: "Whereas, Charles Regan was as sessed in the First waul of the city of Alliance, Box Butte county, Ne braska on money; and "Whereas, tour hundred dollars ($400) of the amount so assessed against him was United States Lib erty Loan Bonds; and " Whereas, Said Charles Regan has made application to have, the taxes so assessed on said bonds remitted; therefore, be it "Resolved, That the taxes assessed against the said Charles Regan on said Liberty Bonds be reiunded to him lor the year 1921 and that the said taxes on the said Liberty Loan Bonds so assessed be stricken from the tax roil in the manner provided by law." Moved by Hashman, seconded by Carrell, that the above resolution be adopted. The . commissioners voted unanimously to auopt the resolution. V hereupon adjournment is . tanen until tomorrow morning at 9 ociov. November lo the board of county commissioners met pursuant to uu- !,al,Tn "YvX , " , "7 ...J. journment. Same members were pies- ". Reddish, refund on taxes 44.4G ent as yesterday and the following erkins Bros. Co., jury sum proceedings were had and done, to- nions .nn'nn ,jt. T. L. Miskimen, sal. Oct. 100.C0 The board submitted a list of sixty J- W. Miller, gaL 0ct 125.00 men from which the petit jury muy be Alliance Creamery Co., coal -- 31.M drawn for the December term of Pal Hussell, sal. October and cou,.(- expenses 190.61 The remainder of the day was spent Mr?- Mabel Ives mother's pen- in viewing roads, discussing taxes ,s,on,.r.T - 7-. ,- Venn with various citizens. ten Miller, burial Indian 15.00 Adjournment is taken until tomor- C'e,k Coult saIal'y thml .nA row morning at 9 o'clock. ! la'ter1 , -rr 0.00 S. K. Burkholder, poor farm 245.0C November 17 The board of county commissioners met pursuant to ad journment. All memners were pres' ent and the follow wing proceedings to-wit 'wav Fund were had and done, State Highway The following claims paid by war rant on the state highway fund were examined and approved by the board fii..i um s wnn Fred Lichte 48.00 L. E. Zink 33.60 L. P. Shioeder 175.00 Oscar Zurn 12.00 Sturgeon Bros 6.25 F. E. Hol.-ten 2.85 vi.n r.,ra,, 19 nn I"-"' - Carpenter & lhalen Standard Oil Co. i9nfi 15 94 2oo 87 50 L. D. Ix)ck L. P. Shroeder County Road Fund. Tlia f.,ll-ina- nlaima uoi o Avnm.' ined and allowed and the clerk order- 3- w- MiJ!er ex Tom Gra'-- ed to draw warrants on the Road fund V?V Duncan f bon' r.oc- -.v.- , . W. J. Hamilton, in?, nremiunu 1. P. Memko, road work 1$302.50 Dept. Public Works, repairs 216.94 Tom Kosmicki, grading 18.00 V. H. Kieter. grading 1S.00 Dept. Iiblic Works, repairs 78.71 Forest Lbr. Co., nails, etc 163.50 Oierks Lumber Co., cement 1.20 Newberry Hdw. Co., bridge ma- terial 129.33 Standard Oil Co., gas 14S.23 t. M. De Wester, scraping and- filling road 10.00 51X0. 72.C0' Matt Shimek, road work John Shimek, road work Charles lurek, road work W. G. Erskine, road work H. J. Worley, road work . 106.80 rt. r.. ivmgni, sai. vci. ou.iui Fred Lichte, road work 135.00 Newberry Hdw. Co., mdse 28.05 Forest Lbr. Co., sand, etc. 58.60 Hemingford Garage, labor on truck 28.00 THIKLE. PKESCItllTIOX DKUUGISl Gens Byrnes Says: "Here's the Music 1 '- jaasgr,gr - i I 7j fy. ..- ff- ITT 7 af r' ---T j " ' P ' 1 ss as a mam MasasMasRAL &u- mm '- : r ' Henry Kennings, grading - H.fiO L. N. Wor'ey, road work 120.00 J. E. Pauling, work on tractor- 62.00 John Pauling, work tractor 171.70 W. L. Hnwk.n, load work 87.0(1 Forest l.br. Co., fir and nails 3..r0 H. M. Anderson, road work 1(12.00 K. C. McC lure, road work 63.20 George W. Duncan, road work. 111.80 C. L. Hashman, road work 123.00 Oscar Brush, road work 9.00 Adjournment taken until tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. November IS The board of county commissioners met pursuant to ad journment. All members were pres ent ami the following proceedings were hail and done, to-wit: The county treasurer reports the following balances in the Miscellane ous Fund: Fees, county Clerk, Aug $151.85 Fees, county clerk, Sept. 132.10 Interest county deposits 159.74 Total J443.fi!) It is the order of the board that tht amount of $443.69 be transferred to the General Fund. It is the order of, the board that the amount of $72.35,' same being re fund from Aultman & Taylor Ma chinery company, be transferred to the Road Fund. State Highway Fund. The following claims, paid by war rant on the State Highway Fund, were examined and approved by the board : S. G. Adams Stamp & Sta. Co..$2fi5.18 N. S. Hardy 17.00 General Fund. The following claims were exam ined and allowed and the clerk or- le,f J ,d,;aw warrants on the Gen- f"" wn' T Pam,e: ; L Omaha Printing Co., tax book tabs $18.71 ' T t. T . ' .1 nr. te University Pub. Co., supplies (5.34 Woodruff Ptg. Co., books 10.4! N. W. Bell Tel. Co., phones 37.70 Alliance Times, printing 149.21 State Journal Co., tax tables 4.00 Ethel M. Clary, sal. Nov. 104.17 1. i MiFKimen, sai. xsov. lou.ou J. W. Miller, sal. Nov 125.00 City of Alliance, lights 3.00 Jra .. lasn, county judge, in State vs. Wild 13.80 Geo. D. Darling, services 54.00 Opal Resell, sal. Nov. and exp 188.16 H- Carroll, sal. Nov 100.00 W. C. Mounts, expense 2.15 Clerk Dist. Court, fees 101.9o I-ee Basve, sal. and exp. 409.40 t ir f:n J. W. Miller, exp. 00.30 40.00 83.78 35.25 Glenn Jiledsoe, sal. Nov. V- w Irish, Co. Treas., env . Allen, unloading coal Avis M. Joder, Co. Clerk, salary NOV. and expenses 213.33 23.JJ0 49.70 15.00 W. Irish Co. Treas.. exp. ' 60.00 County Koad Fund The following claims were exam- jed and allowed and the clerk order- e, to ilraw warrants on the Road Fund for same: Jlarsland Lbr. Co,; lumber 10.72 Rush Byrd, grading 9X0 Will Essex, road work 340.80 p. W. Irish, Co. Tr., paving 13i7.bj ! Whereupon adjournment is taken until tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock. November 19 The board of county ti.OO commissioners met pursuant to al 6.00 inurnment. All memliers were nres- er,t and the following proceedings were had anil lone, to-wit: The dav was spent in auditing claims and the following claims were examined and allowed and the cleik 1 ordered to draw wam.its on the Gon- eral Fund for same: ew a t&.c General Fund. K-B Ptg. Co., check cards $ 7.2s A. H. Kf blnns, refund tuxes 21.00 Omaha Ptg. Co., assessor's sup- I'lies 393.4G K-U Ptg. Co., motor vehicle exp. not. 109.25 Omaha Ptg. Co., chattel mtg. filea 36.00 Omaha Ptg. Co., supplies 8.00 K-B Itg. Co., warrunt reg. 63.50 Omaha ltg. Co., metal tip guides 10.00 Milburn & Scott Co., supplies Co. Supt, 46.22 Alliance Times, ptg. 51.50 Hammond & Stephens Co., sup plies, Co. Supt. 130.32 Milburn & Scott Co., supplies, Co. Supt. 6.53 Hammond & Stephens Co., sup plies, Co. Supt. 20.70 K-B Ptg. Co., cash book 63.00 K-B Hg. Co., legal blanks 4.41 George Carrell, com. services.. 29.20 C. 1 Hashman, com. services. 27.00 Geo. W. Duncan, com. service.'. 25.00 County Road Fund The following cluims were exam ined and allowed and the clerk or dered to draw warrants on the Road Fund for same: George Carrell, road work. 16.40 A. C. Hashman, road work 79.20 There being no further bus:ness to come before the meeting, it was moved and seconded that adjournment be taken until the 13th day of Decem ber, at 9 o'clock a. m. GEORGE W. DUNCAN, Chairman. AVIS JODER, Clerk. LET ME CURE D THAT I can cure your Piles (Fistula, Rectum except csncer a short time longer) by an original, pain, lets, dissolvent method of my own, without chloroform, ether or knife, and without danger whatever t the patient My treatment la o successful that I have built up the largest practice In this line between Omaha and Denver. My treatment Is no experiment. 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(Mention which trouble you have when writing). 'f3 O 67 O NAME Town. . ...p.. WOMEN GIVE QUI Housework Is hard enough whet healthy. Every Alliiinre women whe 1j having backache, blue and nervous spells, hzr.y headaches nnd kidney 01 bladder troubles, should be glad t heed this Alliance woman's exper ience: Mrs. C. Brown, 612 Box Butte St. Fays. "1 had a severe attack of kid rey trouble accompanied with dit spells. I was completely run down and felt that 1 would have to go away and take a rest. Through an adver tisement of Donn's Kidney Pills I be gan to use them. I got great relief from the first box and when I had taken three boxes I felt well and strong again. I highlv recommend Loan s." (Statement May 8, 1907.) On June 9, 1920 Mrs. Brown says: "1 am glad to confirm the statement I made some time ago. All I said at that time still holds rood." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Donn's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Brown had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. 105 BARGAIN IN A PIANO 1 AND PLAYER-PIANO j If you are looking for a genuine bargain in a PIANO or a PLAYER PIANO of high quality nnd modern in every particular, write us ftt once for lull intormat on about two instru ments we are holding nenr Alliance. YOUR n rK 1 Fissure and other Dlsesses of the MANY DIEEA VR. RICH Tile and Hui ture BpprlnllRt Grand laUiid, Neb. . I cure every case of Piles I treat by my mild serum treat ment, or you need not pay me one cent. r. n. IBIS SES Write Your Own Words." rhese have been moderately used, but are In fine condition, and we give you the Knight-Campbell MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE and EXCHANGE BOND with either one. Somebody it going to get a snap in this piano or player-piano. Terms to responsible) party. We would rnther give the money to our customer? than to pay storage, cartage, boxing and freight to Denver. These baiguins will Ih eag rrlv sought after, so WRITE US IM MEDIATELY stating whether you are Interested in the piano or the player, and giving full references. ' KNIGHT-CAMPBELL MUSIC CO., Largest in the West DENVER, COLORADO 102-t New potato sacks, in any quantity. 0'B a n n o n & Ncuswanger. 96tf WELDING i - GEO. n. BRECKNER 210 W. 3rd MOVING, PACKING. STOKING AND SHUTING SNYDER TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE "When It's Ymir Mote, i.t Us Know" Office Thone, 13: Re. Sl rnd Rlk.73A ' F. A. BALD Attorney-at-Law Office in r.cddish Ulock Let Me Cry Your .Sales R. A. WYLAN-D Auctioneer 1232 Mixoourl Telephone 384 L. A. BERRY ROOM 1. RUM E It BLOCK PHONE 9 ALLIANCE. NEBRASKA Drake & Drake Doctors of Optometry Glasses Accurately Fitted Not Medicine, Surgery, Osteopath DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chiropractors Palmer School Telephone fcC5 Wilson Building Real Estate, Loons and Insurance F. E. REDDISH Reddish Block tf Phone 664 Alliance) Harry P. 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