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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1921.
CLASSIFIED . ADVERTISEMENTS Wtat ta fcuT aomcthlnrf Hub ire4e of people acan theee Want A4 olurnni looking; for hat you r others have to offer. Gat quick remits by adTertUlnt la Tht Herald Want Ad department, RATES One cetvt -per word per Insertion. Coat no mora than thar nawapapara and wa iruar auiae that you raach aavaral hun trad mora raadcra. Buy clraula loa. not hot air. WANTED WANTED To hear from owner of good farm for pale. State cash price, full particulars. V. F. BUSH, Minne polis, Minn. 90-94-97-102-2-6-p FOR SALE FOR SALE Buff Orphinjrton cock erels; bred from prize winning and ennd lavinc strain. Mrs. J. A'. Kee- B3 O . M van. 2-tf FOR SAT KAt a discount: a few shares of Fair Association stock. Write WJ' care of the Herald. 10F-4p FOR SALE: Small house, modern: A-l location. Phone 124. tf FOR SALE Big type Chester White boars: best of breeding. Phone B01F11. D. E. PURINTON. 71-tf FOR SALE Good used cars. A. H. JONES Co., 3rd and Cheyenne, tf MISCELLANEOUS LAND BARGAINS Write for my large list on crop payment plan. JESS KISNER, Garden City, Kas. 105-7p WILL make your blankets into bath robes at reasonable price. 224 Sec ond Ave. Phone 275. 105-lp HAND LAUNDRY now open for busi ness at 223 West Second street All work guaranteed or money refunded. Phone 748. T-105-2-4-C 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 ftl. A. Reeder, formerly M. A. Pease, filed her petition in this Court as the owner of the following describ ed real estate, to-wit; the Southeast ?uarter (SEtt) of Section Four (4) ownship Twenty eight (28) Range Forty Seven (47) Box Butte County, Nebraska; that she alleges that said Frank Fishbaugh departed this life in Box Butte County, Nebraska, on the 10th day of July, 1890, leaving no last will or testament, and praying that a time and place be fixed for a hearing on said petition and that on said hear ing furtner administration be not had and determining the right of descent of said real property, the persons to whom it descended and their -legal in terest therein and the interest of the petitioner therein. You and each of you are therefore notified that a hearing will be had on aid petition on the 30th day of De cember, 1021, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of said date at the rooms of the County Judge of said Box Butte County at the Court House located in the town of Alliance, and that if you fail to appear and contest said petition the court will grant the prayer thereof. (Signed) IRA E. TASH, (Seal) County Juugi Hollister & Cunningham, Attys. Nov.29-Dec.20. OMAHA GRAIN MARKET OMAHA. Neb., Dec. 5 Liberal re ceipts of wheat and corn were here to day, with wheat arrivals 84 cars against 53 cars last Monday and corn arrivals 144 cars again 95 cars a week ago. Arrivals of other grains were light. Cash prices were unchang ed to lc lower. 1 White was unchanged to ic lower. Oats were off c. Rye was unchanged to lAc up. Barley was nominal. Wheat sold slowly, owing to traders failing to meet on prices. Offerings disposed of went about 23C off, but up to a late hour considerable remain ed unsold. The following cash sale3 were re- WHEAT No. 2 hard $1.13; No. 3 hard, $1.071.U; No. 4 hard, $1.01 , 1.02; No. 5 hard, 98c; No. 2 spring, $1.22; No. 2 mixed, 86c ' Corn No. 1 white, 40c; No. 2 white, 4040Hc; No. 3 white, 40c; No. 1 yellow, 40ic; No. 2 yellow, 40V4 41c; No. 3 yellow, 40c; No. 3 mixed, 4OATS No. 3 white,, 3030Vic; No. 4 white, 30c; Sample white, 29Me. RYE No. 2,-7676'ic; No. 3, 76c; No 4 74c. . BARLEY No. 4, 43,i44c; No. 1 feed, 42c. ' If all the daily newspapers in the United States were cut into strips of paper as wide as the regular daily pa per, they would form a riboon Jc-ity -million miles long or more than half the distance to the sun. Thsse same newspapers would al.o make a strip ?wo feet wide belting the world 10,000 times. Thrift Magazine. The man who is eternally watching the clock never becomes the Man of the Hour. Asheville Times. M?-TABLETS - M? r ' ami r Toicle, Prescription Druggist TIIE PARSOPfS CORNER By Rev. B. J. Minort, Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Alliance) 'The Community Automobile. (By Request) The writer was asked recently to write in this corner an outline of a talk given by him when he first came to Alliance nine months ago, spoken before the chamber of commerce. We had no notes, therefore we shall be rather handicapped, but as near as we remember the talk ran something like this: A community may be likened to a six-cylinder automobile. These cylin ders may be called: First, the business element; second, the professional ele ment including doctors and lawyer; third, the agricultural element; fourth, the administrative element; fifth, the educational and religious element; and last but not least, the laboring ele ment. The gas which will make this otherwise beautiful, but ineffectual, piece of machinery may be called: the community spirit. The starter may I called enthusiasm, otherwise nicknam ed "pep"', without which it ill not start. The lubricating oil that will put it over the hill, and without which we dare not go far, has a compound named, "Patience-persistency", We can go a little way without lub ricating oil, but unless we have an ample amount of it we will soon be stalled somewhere along the road. The bearings .,pf course, will not. stand much running without patience and persistence. These six cylinders must work in harmony, otherwise trouble will develop, sooner or later. . The great trouble with many communities is that they try to get along without the co-operation of one or more of these cylinders. A six-cylinder car may run for a while on five, but sooner or. later you will find that the five will soon be four and tnen three and then perhaps completely stop. Many community or ganization, whether lodgo, club or church that ignores either of the above elements is bound to' fall. The farmer that says' he can get along without the town knows he is not sincere, or be lieves that. The commercial organiza tion that ignores the laboring clement from which it gets most of its money is soon doomed to fail. In order to get the best service ou CAN YOU MAME Til EM ? wrtur SLAM WITH ARIL ' MACLQA1! GUS LEAD EAT BUT SO EEZ1T Can You Solve 1U 1 i Hera U puzzU that everybody should try. The other ntgtit at the "Movie" the operator wanted to try a new "Mirat," to ha rearranged tlia turnes of torn ol the (imone actor and actreue and threw thetn oaj the tcreen like yon sea in the picture. Everybody had 'load" of fun fifurin; oat the correct names. See if yon ran do it yourself. Nft. I i Dorothy Dtltoo, lf-you can solve them all you can win $1J0Q3 or a Hupmobile. Though you probably know the name of all the popular actors and tctrettes well nam few of them jtut to refresh your memory t Mar "ilea Miater, Deaglea ralraaalre. Mar, Pteklera, J matt ataman, ajwaW Stasia WllUan a. Mart, Clara Klmt.n Veana, Tent ilia. Stab fcenaana, Tkamaa MetgHaa, Oeaalaa MaeLaae, treat WaatiSara, Oarathy DaKaa, MaraM Uaya, fWI WMta, Jaakx Caagaa, Slarla Iwaaia ' 110 Points Will Win First Prize fa aaal, aaw yaai aaa arraaga aawaaOy PM wrlN miitu Sua aaiMa ar r aainU M ra aatva thaaa en. Yen uaj im IS were pamta fcy Qualify" ywer mm ewer. That ie, y prevme that ye Save alien a a.py a Tka e. Paul Oaily Mean are peeale. The anal IS eel KM will ka ewar4e ty tka Maea, rSa 0I a tSiea trell'luiaera St. Paul taalrjaee maw. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO TRY Ve aet kava la luSnrlSi te Tka at. feal Daily Mawa aar aaea a Sea af yewr ewa anaiy a aria a arija. We kava atwaa away a area! aieay waaairte tkiege aaal yea aaa Sa Ike aet aaaaer M yaa eaaa la yaar aalutoea ta lle awuie at anaa. Oa eara year ewa hmm aa aaareaa le aa year ulatna to tae a ante aa a1 leraat-VOU CAN WIN. Cat tka leauly toaetkar. eel re tae yaaate aa Mil year aaawar MOW. R. C WILLS, 94 E. Fourth St ST. PAUL, MINN. Gene Byrnes Says. Thanks for the AdvV Kttv tvats ofcea vous. . if Htu roux.i s ' . s Krr-fKorCJ46.-trArNkR r Olt TKNK t fC WRL A vJWSKT ) (DO DoKT SCrfV WORTH rX f m V THLP ,W ME THE- fH ' ' JtStti) ( HAhvE.? ) ( MtR rW t I 1 ; ' "V'-4c M&X" '' ' '10 "s ' ' of the Community Car you must -ee I that all the cylinders are working in harmony. The carbon of the lack of co-operation will soon gather on the ' other cylinders if we do not look ut. The business organization may think they can get along without the cylinder of the religious element, but if the re ligious element laid down on the job, their business would not be worth much. Nothing would be safe. The churches cannot ignore the business element, either, without suffering to fome extent. Now note that all these parts are welded, or screwed, or bolted into one great unit: the Car. When everything goes as they should they form one piece. They move as one body, and the moment that one screw, one nut, one bolt, one bearing, or any other single or double piece, comes loose or wears the entire auto suffers to some ex tent Therefore it behooves every organ ization to help the others function as they should. The life of the entire car depends on it The great trouble with many commercial organizations has been that they have for some rea son or lark of reason isrnnred the churches and especially the laboring! men. We get together and work our heads off planning how we can in crease our trade. We seek for more factories, we tempt new firms to settle in our town, and all the time there is one of the most numerous class, the laboring element, which is never taken into consideration. Now let us get together and see if we have not been ignoring one or more of these cylinders. Let us examine the car carefully and perhaps we will dis cover that we have overlooked some thing. Often we collectively make the mistake I make with my car. We leave matters go, as long as some cylinders work, we do not take the trouble to "fix her up," and this neglect soon means a very big auto repair bill, the bill that perhaps could have been saved, had we acted promptly. ejaeaaaa.B.aa:iiiae a- We start this and that move with e great deal of show of enthusiasm, and forget that plans do not work them selves out; but that any plan worth anything must be worked. We must plan, but what we planned must be worked out Here, is where we must have an ample amount of patience and persistence. As secretary and treasur er of a commercial club two years I teamed that it was easy to get men to vote on this move and that move, but 6IHEH0THAMJAn LADY RfltL HOD HREPETIAV This , Puzzle? Tea Saet earreet aeearar a mmtrM Parat SMae liml Pi lea, a ee ferth. la eeae f a Ua Set a full ament f Ha mtiam TODAV aJ a eaatele tne at anaa ta kaea yaaj aaalif y. r? I II si so few were there in the end. They started out with too little oil of persis tency and patience is soon lacking. I do not know whether you are ig noring the various cylinders or not, but 1 do feel that a little attention ought to be given the Labor cylinder without which you men cannot prosper long. The church element is nut given enough attention, and whether it is their fault or not, let us -examine it. THE LIVESTOCK MARKET ' OMAHA, Neb.,"Dec. 6. CATTLE The cattle market was slow to open Monday, although receipts Vere mod erate, alxnit 6,000 head, and demand for boef cattle fairly broad. Uncer tainty in the packing house strike sit uat:on had a tendency to slow up the buying and weaken the market so that early bids and . sales were around 15 25c lower than the close of last week on both beef steers and cow stuff. In the stocker and feeder line business was fairly brisk and prices were stronger all around. Quotations on cattle: Good to choice beeves, $7.f08.75; fair to good beeves, $fi.757.C0; common to fair beeves, $5.76(g6.60; good to choice grass beeves, $5,75f.60; fair to good-gra-v beeves, $5.00(0)5.60; common to fair grass beeves, $4.505.00; good to choice yearlings, $K.2510.00; fair to fool venrlinp-s, $7.00(n8.25; common to fair yearlings, $5.756.75; good to gSa.;iliil mm, LET ME CURE h n ma M M. mm awa -aar at U JLM I can curt your Piles (Fistula. mm W. X.wa paw Sun Rectum except cancer short time longer) by an original, pain leas, dissolvent method of my own, without chloroform, other or knife, and without danger whatever to the patient. My treatment I ' ro successful that I have built up the largest practice In this lino between Omaha and Denver. My treatment It no experiment. It It the most tuccessful method ever discovered for the treatment of Diseases of the Rectum. I havt cured many casea where the knife had failed and many other catet that had been treated for montha and yeart In vain. I guarantee a curt In tvery cast I accept or make no charge for my tervicet. My method of curing Piles and othf -Rectal Diseases, aVwell at Rupture, wat laughed at twenty yeart ago, but today I can point with prldt to all of thott who havt be lieved In me and havt comt to Grand Island to get cured. If you art suffering with some form of Rectal Troublt or Rupture, write to mt today, telling all about your trouble, and let mo teH you how tasy It It to get cured. Be turt to utt tht fret Information coupon when you wrltt to mt. j No longer It It ntcestary for you to spend thret or four weekt getting your plltt cured. You can now bt cured within flvt dayt, and be up and around all the time you art taking treatment. Don't doubt thit tmazlng truthl Sand for fret Information today alto convincing proof that my method of curing Rectal troubtea and Rupturt should appeal to all thost wlthlng to tvold a turglcal operation with Itt attendant discomforts of dread and fear that causet to many auffertrt to delay In tceklng relief. a CAUSE dut to tht constant train of tven a mild cast of pllet on the ympathetlo nervout ystem. You can pour all tht medicine down your throat that money can buy, or You can tpend your last dollar at tht world'a best health resorts, or 1 V l lT J 1 ITtoAcT VI X laSs VP V"'l c 1 cf.fW v yt.j..t f TY I !.': ItaTT V l V I -M HiJ 1 You can allow yourtelf to bt all cut and lashed, yet You will NEVER get rid of these troubles until your pllet art cured. Q. 'S3 O 67 O DR. RICH, I'll and Rupture Specialist. Grand Island, Neb. Please send ma free, complete Informa tion rearardlna; the method you uae in cur ins; Piles, Fintula, Klitaura and other rectal riiseaaea and rupture, without a aevere surgical operation. (Mention which trouble you have when writing). NAME .' Town ....R. F. D choice heifers, $5.85f;.50; fair to good heifers, $4.755.75; good to choice cows, $4.855.f0; fair to good cows, $t.004.75; "common to fair cows, $2.H5(jp3.76; good to choice feed ers, $5.76(fi6.25; fair to good feeders, 5.2()(ff'5.75; common to fair feeders, 4.f0(5.25; good to choice stackers, f6.106.75; . fair to good stockers, $5.50(a6.00; common to fair stackers, stock cowsfi $3.003.76; stock calves, f4.007.00; veal calves, $3.508,60; buiK stags, etc., $3.755.00. HOGS Receipts of nogs were es timated at 2,400 head. The market opened steady today, being generally considered steady to 10(jri15c under Saturday's close. Lightweight hogs sold at $fi.356.C0 with a top of $(1.50. Mixed loads from $6.00(6.25 and mediumweight packers, $6.606.00, with the heavier grades quoted down ta $5.00. Hulk of sales was $5.95 6.50; top, $6.60. SHEEP Estimated at 6,400 head. Fat lambs, good to choice. $9.40 0.85; fat lambs, fair to good, $9.00p 9.04; feeder lambs, good to choice, $8.fi09.00; feeder lambs, fair to good, $7.60C8.50; cull lambs. $5.25o)6.25: fat yearlings, $5.&07.00; fat weth ers, $4.505.25; fat ewes, light, $4.00 4.75; fat tjwes,, heavy, $3.00(3.50; feeder ewes, $2.753.50; cull ewes, $1 2.50.- "Hotel Guest Shot in Rotund.t," says a headline. . We thought ' U the rotundas were loet playing g)lf. Charleston Gaxette. " l'1' YOUR uu i-rvi mn waaa, wjbt A waaV B Flieurt and ether Dlteatet of the MANY DISEASES DR. RICH Pile and Kupturt Spwlallnt Grand IsUnd, Neb. I curt every cast of Plltt I treat by my mild serum treat ment, or you need not pay mt ont cent. rHi r wa J T01NT OF ROCK CREEK Miss Eva Slmpron is going to stay out this week cn account of the dance at the Johnson school houe. Muvl Nichols went up to Kilpatrick's aom friday to visit Arthur Tabor. Arthur Tabor and Murl Nichols mo tored to Curly Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom 'Brekke visited at Wm. Essex's Saturday. Mr. Burns erne after Miss Bums nnd rrports finding the roads badly drifted. Ernie Wienell and Dode Riley were) callers at Edgar Hashman's Thursday. Era'e Ersex took the boys to school Friday. McCorkle and Barker were business callers In this vicinity Thursday. Bill Hashman was at Lore's Thurs da", looking over the telephone line. Mr. and Mrs. Dillon and Miss Clark motored to Angora Thursday. Herald Want Ads are read. WELDING GEO. n. BRECKNER 210 W. 3rd MOVING. PACKING. STOKING AND SHIPPING SNYDER TRANSTOn AND FIUKPIIOOF STOKAGE 1 "When It't Your SIoTe, Let Ut Know" Office Thone, IS; Res. 881 and Blk. 730 F. A. BALD Attorney-at-Law OfTice in Reddish lilock Let Me Cry Your Salet R. A. WYLAND Auctioneer 12,12 Missouri Telephone 384 . L. A. REItRY ROOM 1, RUMKK BLOCK PHONE 9 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Drake & Drake Doctors of Optometry Glasses Accurately Fitted Not Medicine, Surgery, Osteopathy DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chiropractors Palmer School Telephone 8C5 Wilson Building Real Estate. Loans and 1 Insurance v F. E. REDDISH ' Reddish Clock tl Phone C64 Alliance Harry P. Coursey AUCTIONEER. Li?t Stock and General Farm Salts) ' PHONE NE NO. 1 Transfer and Storage PIANO MOVING BY AUTOTRUCK. PACKING AND CRATING FURNITURE A SPECIALTY. ALLIANCE TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.