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THE ALLtANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1921.
SEVEN f (I CLASSIFIED j ADVERTISEMENTS i 1 "? mMniT Hub. ' I 5- P"P' ithm "Want : mm iram lookMrfor what ru. r tkere have to trfrar. 0t outrk result tor ttrtttt in The: Herald Want Ad etesen-tment. RATWS Ob e ervt ptr word-tT InaerUon. Ooata no 'mora lhaa Sttrer "eewapapars e8 wa rir antea that you rch earer! hn irad mora readers. Bur clroula uui nut air. WANTED WANTED To hear from owr-if poodTarm for Frtfte.'StntaeRph price, full particulars. TL F.'BL'sK. Mirme polis, "lihn. ' W94-97-T02-Z-6- FORSALE :FOR SjCLE Btflt rfehinRton cock erels; bretl from 0riie -vi.ning and ; goon - fivnng ' stran. Mrs. J- A. Kce :gan. :'2A. FOR SA'LE-At afiifcount; a few! f hares w)f Fair Association stock.1 'wnw-. care or cts iieraio. xux-pt FOR SALE SmaJl 'house, Aldoxetion. 'Faroe 124. FOR ALE Big tyjw Cheste? White boars; best . of deeding. Phone -801F11. XL E. PURIXTON. . 71-tf FOR SALE Good std cars. A. H. JONES'De., 8rd anti-Cheycna. -'tf MISCELLANEOUS 3 LAND ;a5ianAINS-rrite da,-, my laree 1 ist .on crop ;Ty'entplan.3tTa;'yei a 'yotulhle" game of LNHV, .'Gardandityt Ka. Itne t1. E. Law home last.Srnd WILL: nmfce-ynur blanifCts .into lath (,, rabes 8treat'nablc,.jniae. 221Se- . ond ''Ave. JJ'tKaie 27a. Ittj-lp f.. UAVD. LAXTSTCKY nowtn fot Ivisi V : ness S23 ,1Y st 5eo6ad .tmjt. . .-All Vvvrork guaranteeai' or mcqtev refunod. riPhoae.748. . 'T-a052;-6 8-' i In, the . Cqwnty OL'PWrt of .ajoxLBntlfc- County, .Jebnuka. .InlibeMatAei-wtff .Xhe .Estate rf. ( Frank Pifshhauo4i.:b reKA I A r r- i . - . -r j. I . All iwr5qn,lQWreoVitowand heir&;ii inforsts,! , tKo on a nf rnv rckJ Ibaugfi, Veceaseai, jpv Vri ifjedl.here tl year, mw f them 3ing that. H .-A. - Rptaier, prmerlh dl. A. ; Pease,.ied her cetilion in this Court , as thtjner, of tJiftftUowinKffewcrjb-ted,real,-iatei tarr it the' SaiuXbeast .uarterE) Af 5tctiqn;.Fur. (4 Township fwenty rfyt'ht 28) iinge Forty Seri (47)JRwc BuUelUPty. . Nebraska; (4,hat she ajieges that said ; Frank, f iitrugh, ;djpre!d this. Jit; in Box1Butteounty,'.Naska,coa--,Fie . 10,K'dayopfil.uly; lW,4eiviiuf no itst will ,or testopent,. anf.1 Ttyinpr thirty time and plaJte-fiHl.Ma heariajf , on aaid peti&Mt and taattpn said heax- jng 4'iri.iier atiiiinsLrauPfi f nut nan .and Veterminyuaar . the rucht aof. descent ui ri , nip wiwna w wednesdfcay morovg, John renainiog whomti descea and th,rgal jn-J.3n town o make repairs on li- ar terest I herein wtl he htet,of the petitioner therein. You aid each you are therefore jiotified Viat a heanng will had, on said petition, on t 30th (of De cember, Ifcl, at Jhe hour pf ifl(o!cock in the fonoon ,-of said ,dgt ;at the rovms of he Counjy Judge 4t said Boj Butte County af the Court ?Jouse ilocel in te town f AliiaiM, ;and that jjf you fiil to apftear and contest ,said .fetition jhe cout.l will grasg. ,the prayei thereof, (Signed) RiV EJ. TA (Seal) , tnmty Jutig. Jlollistr & CuninghanA, Atty. ov.:3-ttec.20. he fotato msm LlJCOLL Neb., tc. ? Western ebtaska, laryated tistrict Cloudy, ye.w spies acQMint weafiter. JWkes un changoj. Qentral district: Practi cally n demand, market weak. Table stock: sacked Early Ohios. N. t 0c W, Wd "Biw Triumafcs, Jl0 1.1b'. Seed stock: sacked BUS 7fX- THE LIVESTOCK MARKET! OMAHA. eb Dec. L CATTLE flcctiptis, ZSW. Utef and putcher cat l9 were in active demand again today oil a light Thursday supply. The mar ket for fed rteers, corns and heifers, showed further gains of 10a2.rc. Nothing real toppy waa offered. Bight good heavy 6teers sol dup to $8.tH) 8.10. Since lart week's low close the market has advanced generally 75c on steers and a big 60c on the stock, price3 being at least a quarter better than the best time last week. Stock ers and feeders were stronger again tiday, and are selling 2550c higher tlren last week's low close, lights hav ing advanced most HOGS Receipts, 5,400. The market was active this morning, being steady to straj,g with some sales looking 5 to 20c higwr. Bulk of light hogs moved at f 6.50,60 with top of $6.65. Mix ed loads sold from $6.156.40. Pack ers from $$,756.10 with heavier gTade on dowa to $5.25. Bulk of sales $6.25S0.6O. SORE THROAT ; tonsflitia or hoarseness, gargle with warm salt water. Rub Vicka over k throat and cover with hot flannel cloth. Swal 1 low slowly email pieces. V VapoRud Oxer UUOmJmm Vmi raej ELLSWORTH. Elmer Bremmer, garnpe man of BinKham, drove down Monday with necessary tools and repairs for fuing Ir. Moore's car which has been "out of commission" for th pa.t two weeks due to freezing the engine head anil radiator while Ftuck in the sands near hpr roeantle. .. J, B. Kennedy, Burlington agent, roiua ently has helped conditions called to Rushville Tueday to testify ff Howewr Bingham in the Lancaster case was relieved in is st: 1 menace to the overland his station duties by Second Trick Op-toun? R,nl from aU. ?ni,,ca.t'on!? th! erator S. E. Stewart who in tun was!J,wLTO1VmijVlit. a"!,w,U not relieved bv Operator The man Gorman that road this fall as was of Lakeside. Mr. Kennedy plans to P""- go on to Casper from Rushville for a' fr.,cs AJ(l"nvJ .f, Ashky, w1,e,fn. short visit with his dnmthter, Mrs. T9ute to, An,,,och Monday exhausted ko. SchafenUnr. w? .L;ni, hls PPS ' about a mile ent rt .t ; n..Vof , i .... . ,.,,. iv. ioK5.cKj:ir Twin-. from Lakeside Binirham h live been assist incr th Innnl force in laylmf new Pted in he -main line yard limas here for the past week, Mrs. Clara JBord left iwntfly for ws, f" on n,s V-. r- . an extended rkit wth friends and ' i1'? l?Thompron teaching at a relatives in Iowa and the east. i fc ""rtheart of here, pluns to . Miss Ruth Crofutt and Miss Strnh-'tak ichors' exanunatiens in Alii- inations in Alliance Friday and Satur- , C , . u i i r T fa,. J Ina Dukat had planned to take cxam- J.' L. Harrington f Newberry's ,nrtt'eP ,n A1,itance Saturday also, but Hardware company of Alliance, at- M:?vvd st Jwved from Rush- i x . . . :., . vdle that these examinations wll Le S w uyMoese iniereFis neie el- .. j ; i, 4.. u -M bcction eumra .T ' - I iiP nis work "a xuikr Tievnonal super- , jnoviern.j vfsion of jioa.imapte,. p. M Hoenshell -.til Pvtra maw nln.. A. -M Extra men Tvere .placed urn fhe respec- ttive forces ftir a few days only to cocr this extra work. " Mrs. J. 1L Itonaihoe, proprietor of the Ellsworth "hotel, has been tm the iick list the jstft few days. Dr. W. H. Sloore or Antmch attended the -vase. Misses Mtmmimt anH Mhrl unit Pnl jrne Kennedy were dinner guests at fflie Wightrma liome Wetinesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. oung greatly M.kll -x iny. The lads -.were badly defeated but they promiHfi .a comebaek in itbe J1V HVIW nerr future. F. P. Kennedy, mephew of J. 35. Kennedy, returmttl to :his home in Omaha last week after a -mwnth's -va-cgXam spent hrB. T. P. Kennedy is employed by the Western Union in Orrlttha. nBIF'.' Bollinger 'recently spent sev eral rfinys in the tur -country morth -of nere, m an around :bpade. Upon his returaMr. Boliinjrwr shipped ut over sevejrtwn hundred dldllars w9rth (Cf w... ,, urirn. vMr vJ ..f,- ' f. "7. JTV-iim "r""r"" T a nlsafJlslniiin n Hk. A Alh theVrsea'TarVly onenedT-St is estiml that -,MrlJ openefi-at is estiitBrtwl ... WVl.i I. nn i tome of 4t year'a UHlings ton ac- ajount of the low market last vear. USince theittcline in cattle pcices the , 1 tatr industry is one of Tshendan ooun- t$3rD?q6tI4ying pnvfwh'trions -at the present. It is estimated that miver $1)i000v wot Ji of furs wjre stlld :in thb-.ectioftiit" the sand hi!) last sea son and if prevalent prjoe 'hold rft nearty all tie ranchers plan to enter the 1t busiwia on a sn&ll scale thin winUa. Farr.eases on mm ;lakes "befo!t3 the war'' prices Toece been paid Jim; VcCullork. substituted fnr John c-,nn.Mi on the south mail route i yhich it fc report he has sold, J ma fiarted out , with bav luck, before get tmg out of town tip team boome frightened and ran a -ay breaking the bup tongie and -damaging some of the 1'arness, ut this as soon repair ed avi the trp continveL Mr Anna bennett wns an Alliance busines visitor Wedneriay returning late thtit evenhjg with ther brother. Albert, vho had driven to Rushville Tuesday and was on the iietuyi trip, coming by wayi of Alliance. Tlie irO TO-NIGHT- taxi Tomorrow Mri ALLIANCE URLG CO. r TO TO-NICHTH f this f.Rf A A nws( IN THt K,OCMrti ) NTC-?A t,,Ul5MX.SeV BtCfVJt I MWt IT WKEl ) W.tSSi, WE A CHANCE. jpi AND VJiLL DO ton, V y ' vjetves exo y - XTi irX WOW TnrT WOULC V . ? V TH,S X p nnssssssnasMi m ! 1 i ssssMasssaaMasaaBBssaajBMWBsssassui p I Ut-T TO sALMv J 'li' 'CTfVi.il ill U rrrVw V v V?i ronta fcera-een licre nfl Alliance me now reported to be in xcellent cnJi t'wn nttd the road between Alliance t-ml Rushville mut bo good as thy made that trip in a little over two hours. Two traveling salesmen left Alliance i Thursday morning nt 7 a. m. and after pending twenty-fire minutes in An oc Tached Ellsworth it 9 L in. I lxoks like our recent work on the i here and after nn enforced walk ance aaiuitiay. ... t,,u ,,-: Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sbepard living m.rth of Oshkosh visited in Ellsworth Tuesday evening at the Schonard hxime. Mrs. Shepard was ' formerly Miss Stella Rochford. The Thankssrivinr Hance. given by anajrer A. Moore, was well attended, many oeing present from uingnam. . Lakeskle, . Spndc and hoth the north and-FOuth countrj'. The music, fu" nished by Pianist Albert AVilliams tf Bingham, Coronetist Harvey Whaley of Lakeside and J. T.'.Thompson with ' the trap drums, was exciillent and all present reported a good time. An- joiner irooci time may to enjoyeu ut ,,, --v-,,- v, v iQt, th -V' avi t v. j , a w w fnar nnt nn1 thr nrv ir njrith o crnrifl . a a i t - a n VI ?S . D'" "Si m.Vwrnm i.lare,t-n,?r..5ve many f'0m hereflan to attend At this writing only a few had re turned from Rush nlle but we leam that in the investigatkmp concerning the children with Sandoz, Lancaster's and ' McKinrtie's the court, while iiot wholly approving someroT the treat ment in the Lancaster case, decided that thistfooy received xo!Hent school opporttinities, had a gooii krme and t n the vwbole sustained Mr. "Lancaster's care of the child, ine adopted ton )f Mr. and Mrs. Gus aanucsi!, who re side on . .ranch north -of ILllsworth, -w-as returwid to the statfe' ch dren 1 WU3 'home . from -where they obtained him flvr a year previous. TVttiinonv was matieomDtetclv mven m the lcKennie l:! li. n lor flhat particular case, as , , The top protects .you from the un, the rain, and tS3 other weather. Now -you should protect , your.'top. f Tops-coft money, iind wear ut fast, but, "Tvps can be protected. I have a drtssinjr of iy own mate that will ptrt, nnd Iceep your top in nerfect condition, frovidirr you bring your air in a etaiple of times a season, anU Jet me give it themce over. My charges are o small ix this service, thafc you cm not afford to let' iit go an other day. WTien it comes to SERV ICE see AL ALS AUTO SERVICE Between Drake Hotel and Elks Club. 1IC DRESS THY TOP I ii '. . il ' " " , .'.4 Gene Byrnes Says: 'IfcV, a Great Life I a mm , mi ' ' I 1 ' KJ . r: m. w. r rWlfi t VWtU. tt 3 Fut. yoo - FOWLING Mr. and Mrs. Joe Caha and two daughters were Alliance cull em Sat urday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jake EWa were eall es it the Junes Kennedy home one day last Week. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Mann nnd fam ily spent Saturday night at the Dillon home nnd then they all motored to Alliance to church Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Essex are staying with her father, -Mr. Wilkins, this winter. Howard is helping with the feeding nnd Mrs. Essex is doing the housework. Mrs. Arthur Lore and daughter. Miss Margueriette-and Blanche, took dinner with Mrs. Eaton's Monday, on their way to the winter home after Muriel Niehl Ejncr Christenscn "was nn Alliance caller Saturday. Miss McConnick motored to Alliance Wednesdny evening to spend Thanks giving with her mother. She returned to her school Sunday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jake Elsea were shop ping in Allianc. Friday. Mr. Bunks i ts an Alliance cnller Saturday. Mrs. Elsea was pleasantly surpris ed Sunday when the neighbors began to arrive in the morning. Messrs. and Mosdames Jasper Colvin, Ab Hall and family, N. E. Hurl hurt, Miss Roberts, Mrs. Nichols and children, and James Kennedy and daughter, Miss Agnes, spent the day with her. Ernest Wilkins nnd Osmorc llcwe f " ; , till LET ME CURE YOUR PILES THAT can cure yswr 'fMlea Fhrhsta. Rectum except canoer a abort time longer) by an original, pain less, dissolvent anethoal of my own, without chloroform, ethsr or kntfn, and without danger whatever to the patient. My treatment la ao ancoessful'that I have ttuUt tip the largest practice In this line between Omaha and ttenver. My treatment la no experiment. It la the) meet successful method ever discovered for the treatment of Diseases of ths Rectum, t have cured many cases where the knife had fslaed and many atfcsr cases) that had bsen treated for months and rears n vala. 4 guars a curs in svery csss I accept or mske . no cxtarae fer any ajervioss. My methsd of curing Piles and othe Rectal Diseases, an msM as Rupturs, was laughed at twenty year ago, feuet today 4 cam no tot taitti pHde to nil of thesa who havs be lievoat -ka ens and nwi cns te Grand Island to get cured. If you are 'awfferiU awtth some form of Rectal Trouble or Rupture, write to me today, teJIaag aM about your trouble and let me tell you how easy It la to not cared. Be) omts te siee the free Information coupon when yon write to n. b No longer s t naoesaary far you to spend three or four weeks netting your piles cared. You can now be cured within five days, and be no and oronnd aU thstima you are taking treatment. Oont dowbt this amazing truth! Send for free Information today lao convancmg proof tnst my method of curing Rectsl troubles and Ruptaro should appeal te all those wishing to avoid a surgical operation with Its attendant discomforts of dread and fear that causes ao anany sufferer to delay In sseklng relief. CAUSE due to ths centtant atrsin of sven a mild cai of piles on ths ympathstlo nsrvoua system. You csn pour all the medicine down your throat that money can buy, or You csn spend your last dollar at ths world's best health resorts, or lillyT '"''''' tele Vt Aft t.t'te, CAUSCD T Hits Vau can allow yourself to be all cut and Slatnted, yet You will NEVER get rid of these troubles until your piles ars cursd. WH. RICH. Pile and Rupture Specialist. Grand Island. Neb. fftease aend me free, complete Informa tion reKardlnff the method you uee In cur- . Inj Vllea, Fistula, Flaaura and other rectal dispaaea and rupture, without a eever aurcrtesl operation. (Mention which trouble you hfeire when writlnv). NAUB,, Town...,,,. R. F. D 67 ii a m lO COMPELLtX TrKT CAL.V. LOOK V to ;tt v BCCAoe. were callers at the Brus home Sun Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Hurlburt and Mrs. Lnngford motored to Alliance Monday. Kev. Brush, a traveling minister, Fpoke at the Union church Sunday. Russell Cray motored to Alliance Friday to attend the home talent play. Miss Hutchison spent Thanksgiving with home folks in Alliance. The program at the Johnron school house was postponed an account of old weather. Messrs. and Mcsdjmes Nelson, Crawford and Boycr nnd families were dinner guests at the Mann home Thanksgiving day. , Mrs. Sadie Henderson and daugh ters were callers at the "Scotty'' Hen derson home Monday. John Wiltsey of Homingford drove a truck out to the Elsea ranch Mon day after a cow he had on pasture I there. Mrs. Charles Hall returned home J Monday after a visit in Ohio with relatives. Mr. Hall nml son, Jay, motored to Alliance to meet her. Ab Hall and daughters and Miss Robert motored up to Jay Hall's Sat urday, Inking little Jay and Esther home, who spent a few days with Jean and Alberta. Clarence Kilpatrick was an Alliance caller Saturday. We are slowly getting to the point where we can eat a piece of steik without feeling that we nre takin r it away from starving Europe. New York Evening Mail. I HI T QUICK! Fissure and other Dlieacet of MANY DISEASES DR. RICH Pile and Rupture ' RpeclallHt Grand laland, Neb. I cure every ess of Plies I treat by my mild serum treat ment, or you need not pay me on cent thTSl r If You Don't Weaken." O, llTTir MOJT rt 60S 6(Vt t thi AfroHTKewT ki Aoe it tmres. M . . - A I LAW X Ftt-ULRi- U ( OMAHA GRAIN MARKET OMAHA, Neb., Pec. 1. WHEAT l(n 2c higher. No. 2 hard f 1.12(1.15. No. 3 hard, fl.07l.U. No. 4 hard, f 1.0(51.10. No. 2 mixed, f0c. , No. 3 durum, Me. Sample gTade yellow hard, f 1.05. CORN lCM'c higher. No. 1 white, 40' ic. No. 2 white, 40f40 '4c No. 3 white, 40(a10,ic. No.' 3 white, 40$? 41c. No. 1 yellow, 41c. No.' 2 yellowr. 10'tc No. 3 yellow, 4010!ic. No. 1, 40c. nt 40'ic. No. 2, 40iO,iC. No. 3, 394c. OATS UtfP tic hU-hcr. No. 2 white 31c No. 3 white, 30 ' i30 c. No. 4 whit". COSOUr. RYE 2c higher. No. 3, Tic. For wholesome lood, cooked like you pet at home, by tJie week $7.01. II. L. Ferguson,-Western Hotel Dining !!oor.t. 2 WELDING fGEO. n. BRECKNER '210 W. 3rd MOVING. PACKING. STOKING AND SHUTING SNYDER TRANSFER AND FIKEniOOF STOHAGE Whrn It's Your More, Let Us Know" Office riinnr. ! 1; lie. 884 snd 111k. 73fl - F. A. BALD Attorney-at-Law Office in Reddish Ulock Let Ms Cry Your Sales IL A. WYLAND Auctioneer 12.12 Missouri Telephone 344 L. A. BERRY ROOM 1, RUHCR BLOCK PHONE 9 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Drake & Drake Doctors of Optometry Glasses Accurately Fitted Not Medicine,' Surgery, Osteepsthg DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chiropractors Palmer School Telephone 8C5 Wilson Building Real Estate, Loans and Insurance F. E. REDDISH Reddish Block Phone 61 ' ' Allisaet Harry P. Coursey AUCTIONEER ' , Lle Stock and General Farm Salsa PHONE NO. 1 Transfer and ' Storage PIANO MOVING BY AUTO TRUCK. PACKING AND CRATING FURNITURE A SPECIALTY. ALLIANCE TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. f-OVJmZT IT O CLOCK ME e CHANCE.