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ADVERTISEMENTS a buT something-? Hun. ,," people Mean the Want column looking for what you r ethers have to offer. Get quick reaults by advertising in The neraid Want Ad department. RATES One cent per word per Insertion. Poet no mora than ther newapapera and we primr .tiif tnat you reach eral hun dred mora readers. Uuy circular n. not hot air. FOR SALE FOR SALE Registered French draft stallion, register No. 22270, volume 12, National Register of French Draft Horses; 13 yenrs, in pood condition; will sell for $125; sure foal getter. Ed Schultz, Hemingford, Neb. Fri. tf FOR SALE Modern 8 rocm bunga low, wth garage; 910 Toluca; reas onable forms. Thone 17o. W. M. Fin negan. 7tf FOR SALE Big type Chester White boars; best of breeding. Phone B01FU. D. E. PUR1NTON. 71-tf FOR SALE Good used car?. A. H. JONES Co., 3rd and Cheyenne, tf FOR RENT FOR RENT Splendid large room modern home, prefer two gentlemen. Mrs. Oscar O Bannon- 15 FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Telephone '.'22. 14-tf FOR RENT A modern sleeping room. Phone 219. 14-tf WANTED WANTED Clean, white cotton rags. THE HERALD. WANTED Young man or lady; 21 or 25; to join our sales force in acci dent and sickness protection. Salary $100 per month and 20 commission. C. N. ROGERS, Agency Director, Box 354, Gering, Neb. . 9-17 LOST LOST One ice skate, Friday evening. Liberal reward if returned to Charles O'Bannon. 15 NOTICE OF FROBATE. Estate of Adolph D. Brost, deceased, In the County" Court of Box Butte County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, Box Butte County, ss,: To all persons interested in said estate, take notice that e peti tion has been filed for probate of the Last Will and Testament of said Adolph D. Brost, deceased, and for the aDDointment of Frank Trenkle as executor thereof which ha3 been set for hearing on January 21, 1922 at 2 o'clock p. m. Dated this 27th day of December, 1921. (Signed) IRA E. TASH, (Seal) County Judge Boyd, Metz & Meyer, Attorneys. Dec.30-Jan.20 ESTRAY NOTICE. Taken up by the subscriber on his enclosed lands in Box Butte county, Nebraska, on the 16th day of Decem ber, 1921: four (4) bay horses, age not known, one sorrel horse, age not known, one (1) brown horse, age not known, one (1) roan horse, age not known, one (1) buckskin horse, age not known, and one (1) bay pony, age not known; none of which animals bear any brand or mark of identification. Lated December 31st, 1921. 12-21 E. C. HANING. NOTICE OF INDEBTEDNESS i Wyoming-Northeastern Oil Co. Alliance, Nebraska, January 9, 1922 In compliance with section 577 of the Revised Statutes of Nebraska for 1913, we, the president and a majority of the board of directors hereby give public notice that the existing debts of The Wyoming-Northeastern Oil Com pany (incorporated) amount to the sum of $32,127.41 F. A. BALD, President. P. J. MICHAEL A. M. MILLER LLOYD C. THOMAS C. M. LOONEY, I R. M. BAKER, 1 Directors. NOTICE OF PROBATE. In the Matter of the Estate of Nellie M. Covalt, deceased, in County Court of Box Butte County, Nebraska. The State of Nebraska, Tovall per sons interested in said estate, Take Notice, that a petition has been filed for probate of the last will and testa ment of said deceased, and for appoint ment of Victor E. Covalt as Executor thereof, which has been set for hear ing therein, on February 8th, 1922, at 10 o'clock A. M. IRA E. TASH, SEAL County Judge BURTON & REDDISH, Attys. Jan.l7-Feb.7 . OMAHA HAY MARKET OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 16. HAY No. 1 upland prairie, $10.5011.00; No. 2 upland prairie, $9.00(ffl 10.00; No. 3 up land prairie, $7.00(8.00; No. 1 mid land prairie, $10.00(0)10.50; No. 2 mid land prairie, $8.50(a 9.50; No. 3 mid land prairie, $7.00(28.00; No. 1 low land prairie hay, $8.009.00; No. 2 lowland prairie, $7.00(8.00; Choice alfalfa, $18.0019.00; No. 1 alfalfa, $15.50(0)16.50; standard alfalfa, $12.00 o)15.06; No. 2, $10.5011.50; No. 3 $9.00 10.00. Now they 6ay that a single woman can not live on less than $15.50 a week. Well, not if she is to have a fur coat a limousine and a suite at the best hotel. THE PARSONS CORNER By Rev. R J. Minort, Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Alliance THOU SHALL NOT STEAL Exodus 20:1.-). This commandment strikes at the sin of theft. There is much dishonesty in the world ferwlMv Thn r., i i.. l . .. .- in mill I rmmh Ihnt .... i . . v.idi. nvuu? u van ue traced to the dirhonest spirit of man. Man is so conscious of this, that ninctv-nine per cent of the laws enacted has" to do with the prevention, or punishment of dishonesty. However, this sin is greatly misunderstood. The sin lies not in the amount; but in the act. The uieii oi one cent is as much a thief .n uie Fignt ot t.o. as the theft of one million. what 13 involved in the ! commandment? It recognizes the right of human possession. Eph. 4:28. Everything that a man has, was either given to him, or he worked for it, or he stole it. It is perfectly right to own property if it has been given us, or if we have worked for it; but if we have that for which we have neither worked for, or . that which has not been given us, it 1 was obtained dishonestly. Let us apply this text to everythinir that we possess and see if we are innocent. Let us ask and let the scripture answer, some of the ways that this command ment can be proven. Any exchange of commodity that does not give value for value received is a violation of this commandment. By actual taking, this needs no com ment. It goes without saying that a man that takes another's property without his consent is a thief. Again, by false weight or measures. Hone.ty means sixteen ounces to the pound, thirty-six inches to the yard. This commandment is broken every day in ' Many other methods of the violation the commercial world. The man who of this commandment could be pointed deviates an inch from one hundred cut. Among when might be mention per cent honesty in business is a thief, ed usury charging ten per cent when The profiteer is a thief. j six per cent is enough, graft in office, The man who will at about sixtv cents buy wheat a bushel, and sell it under the name of chicken inff, making assignments to escape feed at two or three dollars is a thief, payment. This latter is especially even though he holds a membership in popular and we have known church one of the leading churches of the members to do it, and be patted on the city. If he gets corn at about twenty r-ack as shrewd business men. Gambl ccnts, and sells it to the town folks in, strong nations oppressing the under the name of cracked com at weak, and because of superior strength about two dollars a bushel, he is a extorting from them treaties that are thief, and all of his contribution to the anythfnjr but honest. church does not change the matter a " , . , bit. The man who sells adulterated I I". our next issues we shall take up goods, for pure goods, is a thief. The the topic of social gambling, a very man that sells inferior goods for vide spread form of violation of this Fuoerior is a thief. I commandment. If you don't like truth The extortioner is a thief. To rent a house at high rents to the poor at a time when circumstances are such as to compel them to pay it, to sell pro ducts at an extreme price because one i is aoie to command it, to drive sharp oarguins oecau.se nis victim knows ' nothing of the law, is robbery though perhaps within the law. One man in this city beat 6n old widow out of her house and lot, not because he was Wuv "f-u--x: sue nau no one to point out the law to protect her property. 1 his widow with one foot n il? STJms wi soon be thrown out m tne street as the result of this pious robbery. He may give his tenth to the church as he claims he does, but in the sight of God, and even men, he is a robber. us ronhfrv. Ho mav nvi tiia tonth i Still, again, we break this command Z I- u .v . , n,i,,yeB r lSj',teilidu,e'anfbyU?e ZT 1 U .2&.iff I on the souare as the emolover. Honesty is as binding on one as the other. Another common way in which this commandment 13 violated is by that! nuisance, tne person who borrows, and seldom if ever pays back. If we had all the books that have been borrowed from us since we have been in the ministry, our library would have to be enlarged. That cup of sugar you bor rowed and promised to return, but didn't is stolen property. That pencil yuA wrruww and iaueu to return lfy. j.inciij aiiu ,uu ore a uuei in the sight of God. That screw driver you took away from the garage is stolen property, and you are a thief in the sight of this commandment. ! Gene Byrnes Says: "Here's the Music I w it n m mwst k y a 1 s s n 1 fcl ' I nor. camw If , lii 1 1 jif M wooa. j . '..J r i WL ' PIAKO U.4VOKS .-wwrw ..... THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1922. Another way that this command ment is commonly violated, is by going in debt, knowing we phall never be anie to pay. This form of theft is al together too common, and we believe that every preacher should come down heavy on this sin. The church as a body sometimes is guilty of this theft. A church has no right to incur a debt unless it is re:lly in earnest and in tends to do its best to pay it when duo. The individual who incurs n debt with no intention to pay, is a thief at heart, and in the sight of Cod. Tho chuirhes are too lenient with this sin, and it is sapping out its vitality. Too often we are told that a man would , join this or that church but there is a niemlter who "owes me money, that he has time and ngain promised me to pay, but will not." These pious robbers are a curse to ine church, ani every pieacher oudit to blister them with the lieht of rublicitv. Rol.bery is never blacker than when committed by a church member. And the blackest robliery, is when a church delilierately goes into debt with no intention of paying up. Another way of breaking this com mandment is by holding stock in a corjHration which resorts to dishonest methods. Many a church member holds stock in Feme corporation or in stitution that enriches itself by dis honest or immoral methods, and pays, his pastor with this tainted money, and the pastor is afraid to hold him up to ridicu'e because the salary will fall in arrears. In the sight of God that pas tor is an accessory to tne crime, u all that illgotten money was with drawn from the support of the average church, many churches would have to close its doors. Christ was not slow in running the robbers out of the tem ple. But today often, they make the temple a refuge, a kind of "robbers" cave" and that, with the silent consent of the preachers, whose business ia to run them out. lvinc advertisement. Churchea claim- in larger attendance than they really nave, gei. ncn hciichics, luiiuuc Mm please don t reaa it ior you may gei nervous prostration THE LIVESTOCK MARKET OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 16 CATTLE tiD n r.nn r.nru to choice beeves, $6.907.85; fair to gooL $6.00 nr.: nmmnn n fair. S.V'rirffiii.OO: faj, to good yearlings, $6.507.75; (Common to fair, $5.25G.40; good to choice heifers, $5.85(pu.oU; rair to goou $4.25(3)5.75; choice to prime cows, 4.755.25; fair to good cows, $3.25 3.90. common to fair cows, $l.f.0 oo. i i.k tr. urfi) ' . . . i r fcrp ,c. ti.oo; lair to goou ieeuers, o.vou o.io, common to fair feeders, $5.005.60; good to choice stockers, $6.407.00; fair to good stockers $5.90jri6.35; common to fair stockers, $5.2o5.85; stock heifers, $4.005.25; stock cows, $3.004.00; stock calves, $4.507.25; veal calves, $4.508.75; bulls, stags, OGeipts, 7.600 head. The market was slow to open today, but as trade got under way was active at a general decline of 10(o)l5c. Light weight hogs sold mostly at $7.15 7.25, with a top price of $7.35. Mixed loads mostly at $6.757.15. Packing grades moved mostly from $5.50 1. cd msmp see Thiele, Prescription Druggist r B?-TABLETS -iSy I 1 fi.fiO. Heavy packers got down to $.".00. Hulk of sales was, ?f.!07.2."i. Sheep Receipts, 7.000 head. Fat lambs, pood to choice, $1 l..r0(oM l.S.l; fat lambs, fair to good, !fl 1.00(i Il.M); feeder lamb. Rood to choice, $t0.f()(?iN 11.00; feeder lambs, fair to good. $!U0 10.o0; cull lambs, $7.00(i !.00; fat I'nni'limr.- 1 1 . -1 4 Ir I f mt. .s t n .t f yearlings heavy, $S.O()(fix!i.'0; fat wethers, $f.r0(f?7..r0; fat ewes, J'ght, fo.Trxs.r,:,; fat fwso. heavv. JI.oixn' 5.00; feeder ewes, M.OOidU.Sli. AM MI A riMl MAD171TCI iiiimia uuiiii iiimiliEil OMAHA. Neb., Jan. lfi. All of the earlier trading was in corn and outs, wheat not moving until late in the day. Corn was unchanged to n 'jiC higner anil oats were unchanged to a ouaiter higher. Wheat had a Fomewhat easier I tone, ranging from unchanged to 1 cent lower. Rye was weak. Barley ! was strong. There was a liberal lun of com, 1M& cars of this grain bein? reported in, wnuc tne movement of whent r.nd oats was light. WHEAT No. 3 dark northern spring, if 1.11. No. 3 hard winter, $1.03 (rDl.ll; No. 3 hard winter, $1.03(01.0S; No. 3 hard, winter, $1.08; No. 2 vellow, $1.03; Sample spring, $1.15; No. 2 80c; No. 3 mixed, Mic; No. 2 durum, 92c. "CORN No. 1 white, On-lO'ic; No. 2 white, 40U:c; No. 1 yellow, 40'sc; No. 2 yellow, 40'4 ("UO'jc; No. 2 yel low, 40(f40V4c; No. 1 mixed, 40'nc. THAT I can cure your Pltet (Fistula, LET ME CURE YOUR Rectum except cance." a short time longer) by an original, pain less, dissolvent method of my own, without chloroform, ether op knife, and without danger whatever to the patient. My treatment Is so successful that I have built up the largest practice In this line 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 bad failed and many other cases that had been treated for months and years In vain. I guarantee a cure In every case I accept or make no charge for my services. My method of curing Piles and othe" Rectal diseases, as well as Rupture, was laughed at twenty years ago, tut today I can point with pride to all of those who have be lieved it me and have come to Grand Island to get cured. If you are suffering with some form of Rectal Trouble or Rupture, write to rre today, telling all about your trouble, and let me tell you how easy it Is to get cured. De sure to use the free Information coupon when you write to me. No longer Is It necessary for ycu to spend three or four weeks Getting your piles cured. You can now be cured within five days, and be up and around all the time you are taking treatment. Don't doubt this amazing truthl Send for free Information today also convincing proof that my method of curing Reetal troubles and Rupture should appeal to all those wishing to avoid a surgical operation with Its attendant discomforts of dread and fear that causes so many sufferers to delay In seeking relief. A 111 III rTTi" CAUSE -due to the constant train of 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 You can allow yourself to be all cut and Hashed, yet You will NEVER get rid cf these troubles until your piles are cured. 1 . DR. RICH, Pile and Pupture Specialist, Grand Island, Neb. Q Plenne Bend me free, complete lnforma X O "on reKaMlfiB the method you une In cur l H Inir Piles. Kintua. Figure and other rectal 'uscHHes ana rupture, wunoui a aurgiral operation. (Mention which you have when writing). a. S 3 O 3 J NAME Town. . ........ TV No. 2 mixed, 40'ic; No. 3 mixed, 40c. I OATS No. 3 white, 33 lie; No. 2 "or so. i whae, ite'sd?) 8'1'ic; Sample white, 32c. ' HARLEM No. 3, 52c; No. 1 feed, 47c. THE POTATO MARKET OMAHA. Jan. id. POTATOES Nebraska Early Ohios, No. 1 $1. !((? L'.i.'i; Nebraska Enrlv Oho?, No. 2 $1.75$M.!M); Irbh Cobblers, $l.K0ii Wr.: Red River Early Ohios, No. 1, $2.252.50. POINT OF ROCK CREEK Mr. and Mrs. Aurther Tabor, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nichols returned from Wyoming Tuesday. Mr. Auther I,ore was a caller at John Iore's Thursday. Mr. Johnson was an Alliance caller Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nichols went up to the old Winton place after Mr. and Mrs Fred Nichols Friday. Mr. Carl Hashman was an Alliance caller Friday. Ray Burns and I.eo Snyder motored Miss Jesse Bunu to her home in Al liance Friday. Mr. William Hashman motored to Alliance Friday afternoon. Miss Margueritte and Ar.nahelle Lore were Alliance callers Saturday. Herald Want Ada are read. QUICK! Fissure and other Die:ases of tha MANY DISEASES DR. RICH Tile and Rupture Pperlallat Grand Ibland, Neb. I cure every case of Plies I treat by my mild serum treat ment, or you need not pay me one cent. nevere trouble F. O. ..... Write. Your Own Words." r 1 LV SEVEN Harvey Meyer will pay full , value for Furs of all kinds, at Sturgeon s garage. Rring them in Fridays or Saturdays. No furs bought after Feb. 25. 13-22 J. E. DUXCANSON, M. d. Family Doetor Alliance, Neb. Country cn.-es attended, day or night, regardless of weather. Come with your car and carry me, until 1 learn your road. OlTice in Res., 712 Platte Avenue Sign illuminated at night. GERARD & VELOUS Wholesale Fruits WATCH FOR US! WELDING GEO. II. BRECKNER 210 W. 3rd MOVING. PACKING. STOKING and sinrriNG SNYDER TRANSFER ANI) FIRErilOOP STORAGE "When It's Your Moye, Let Us Know Office Thone, 15; Res. 884 and Dlk. 730 F. A. BALD Attorney-at-Lnw Office in Iicddish Mock ' Let Me Cry Your Sale R. A. WYLAND Auctioneer 1232 Missouri Telephone 384 L. A. KERRY ROOM 1, RUMER BLOCK PHONE 9 ALLIANCE, NERRASKA Drake & Drake Doctors of Optometry Glasses Accurately Fitted Not Medicine, Surgery, Ofdeopatal DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chiropractors Talmer School I'hone 863 Over Harper' Real Estate, Loans and Insurance F. E. REDDISH Reddish RIock rhone 684 Alllano Harry P. Coursey AUCTIONEER Lire Stock and General Farm Sales PHONE NO. 1 Transfer and Storage PIANO MOVING BY AUTOTRUCK. PACKING ANI) CRATING FURNITURE A SPECIALTY. ALLIANCE TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.