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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1922.
TIIREH Official Record of County Board for January, 1922 January 13. The board of county commissioners met pursuant to ad journment. Members present: C. I J! ash man, chairman, and George Car roll. The following proceedings were liad and done, to-wit: Whereas, Application has been made that official papers for Box Butte ounty be designated, as it is neces sary to publish certain proceedings in official papers; Therefore, be it , RESOLVED, That the Alliance Semi-Weekly Times, The Alliance Herald and the Hemingford Ledger, he designated as official papers for Box Butte county during the year 1922. The annual report of Avis M. Joder, county clerk, was examined and ap proved by the board. The annual reports of . W. Irish, county treasurer, and W. C. Mounts, clerk of the District Court, were ex amined and approved by the board. January 14. The board of county commissioners met pursuant to ad journment. The same members were present as yesterday and the follow ing proceedings were had and done, to-wit: . , . , . The motion to handle all state high way claims the same as other claims, ame being examined and approved by the board before payment is made, vas made, seconded and carried. The following balances were re ported by the county treasurer: rnnntv dpnosits 22Z.54 Tees county clerk, Oct. 1921 120.25 Pees county clerk, Nov. 1921 159.50 .Excess fees county judge . 2.25 ?Tnlaimwl witness fees--3.30 ArIvort4inr fund 77.90 Total $585.74 t i ha nrrW that the above Amount of $585.74 be transferred from the Miscellaneous fund to tne uenenu Tt fniinunncr claim was examined rant on the highway fund were ex amined and approved Dy we Doaru. John Pauline $25.00 John J. Watson 11. C. Willis John Simpson 16.80 22.20 3.00 TV.n Pa ill in or 15.00 Carpenter & Thalen 15.00 r;i r 33.96 The collowing claim was examined and allowed by the board and tne cierK ordered to draw warrant on the moth fund for same: irt" K. .... . . i taaa .Mrs. Mabel ives, Jan. paymeni$u.vv The following claims were examined and allowed by the board and the clerk ordered to draw warrants on the gen eral fund for same: Prank and Ada Jones, witness fees $ 6 00 Marcus Frankle, clothing 6.10 JDierks Lbr. Co. coal court house 348.85 Mrs. R. L. Johnstone, marriage reports 33.00 Alliance Steam Laundry, ldry- 12.10 Jtfewberrv's, bushel measure .90 J. W. Miller, salary, Jan 125.00 T. L. Miskimen, salary, Jan. and expenses 102.94 J, W. Miller, expense prisoners 158.75 J. W. Miller, traveling exp 78.95 Ethel M. Clary, salary, Jan 104.17 J. H. Carroll, salarj'i Jan. 100.00 Forrest R. Allen, unloading coal 19.80 Opal Russell, salary, Jan. and expenses II. M. Anderson, road work ..Ofi.OO Ihe following claims were examined and allowed and the clerk ordered to draw warrants on the dragging fund lor same: I.. P. Schroeder, dragging . $ 4.00 W. E. Hashman, dragging . 17.r0 I, N. Worley, dragging 12.00 The following claims were examined and allowed by the board and the clerk ordered to draw warrants on the bridge fund for same: K. E. Knight, salary, Dec $50.00 F. H. Kaufford, culverts 9.60 E. C. Hanning, removing bridge 4.50 Dierks Lbr. Co., lbr. for bridge. 14.40 James Dougherty, 10th St. work 3.50 C. I- Hashman, bridge work 10.60 There being no further business to come before the meeting, adjourn ment is taken until the 14th day of February, 1922, at 9 o'clock, A. M. C. L. HASHMAN, AVIS JODER, Chairman. Clerk. American Legion Notes "FACTS NOT OPINIONS" Loans, without security and at a low rate of interest, will be provided for the sick and wounded ex-service men by a big rotating fund, plans for which are being worked out Dy me American Legion. Ex-soldiers who do not need the readv cash from trov- ernment compensation will be asked to contribute their bonus to tne iuna. 166.46 40.45 166.66 lee Basye, steno. and expenses JVvis M. Joder, salary, Jan. 2i. W. Bell Tel. Co., phones and calls 32.70 Jeo. Carrel 1, comnr's service 29.00 Z. L. Hashman, comnr's. service 27.00 C H. Breckner, welding trap lever .50 The following claims were examined and allowed by the board and the clerk ordered to draw warrants on the road fund for same: W. F. Liggett, changing fence$39.50 John J. Watson, Hay Spgs. road 4.00 Carpenter & Thalen, sharpening 4.50 "Pay your poll tax and make no attmept to dodge jury duty," is the order sent out by the American Leg ion to it? two million members, as a part of the year's Americanism pro gram. "Unless our Legion members accept their full duties as citizens and make use of their franchise, they will be classified in the ranks of peace time slackers," says the national chair man of the Legion committee. "The ballot i3 the safe-guard of liberty, It is the most effective method of mak ing our voices heard in the community. To buy a doughnut or not buy a doutrhnut That was the question. Whether 'twas nobler in the mind to suffer the sling3 and arrows of an out raged appetite, or to take up arms against a sea of trouble. William Ray man, of 225 N. W. 16 Ave., Miami. Fla., who had two cents remaining of a once respectable personal estate, cave the problem hi3 serious attention and then, waiving the doughnut, bought a postage stamp instead. This he placed on a letter to John Thomas Taylor, vice-chairman of the Ameri can Legion's legislative committee at Washington. "I have never known poverty before, but I know it now," he wrote, "It is so long since I have tasted fresh bread that I would not know what it tastes like." The case, according to Taylor, is typical of thou.Tnid3 of others of ex service men who find themselves down and out, with no one to turn to for immediate assistance. Legion officials are making a neffoYt to see that the two cent stamp yields better returns than the doughnut. Rayman said that he had been employed in Chicago as a trainman before the war, but was un able to do this work now. He said he was an expert truck driver. The famous surgeons, Drs. William and Charles Mayo, will treat former soldiers of the world war in a $200, 000 hospital which the American Leg ion post of Minnesota will erect. Pa tients will be charged according to their ability to pay, as determined by Legion officials. Plans have been worked out by the Nebraska American Legion whereby basketball team3 representing the greater number of '320 posts in the state will contest for county congres sional and state championships. The arrangements were made by the Leg ion athletic committee; Harry H. El lis of IIoIdiTge, Lum Doyle, state Iwxing commissioner, and Walter Raocke of Central City. The tournament for the all-state American Irion title will be played on March 17 and 18, in some central town. Effort will then 1 made to match the Nebraska champions against the Legion winners in other states, and a try made to place the Cornhus ker ex-service players on the top of the list. The Nebraska Legion is also de veloping other sports among its mem bers, notably WTestling and boxing. Ameteur post champions are eneag intr representatives of other posts to determine the best of each class in the districts and state, Nebraska is given credit for being the first American legion department to organize thoro ughly for athletics. , TVio wMV hecrinninir January 16 has Leen designated "Employment Week," hv ih Nebraska American Leirion. through the chairman of its employ ment committee, Lester I. Dunn of Lincoln. During this time the zu,uuu I .mrinnnirfta in the state are Dledircd In cmml time and nut hard work to secure a position for every ex-service man out or a job. it is estimated mat there are over a thousand veterans of the World War in Nebraska who have been unable to find employment, with many of them in serious need. Posts of the American Iegion, mem bers or friends of the organization, mnv u-in on nfTiroinl citation and let ter of accommodation from the nation al commander, Hanford McMtler, tor noteworthy service to the legion, in plans just announced. All Learion de partments will keep a monthly list of posts or individuals who perform some outstanding piece oi wortc wnicn reflects credit upon the ex-service or Aa.r onrl thav will nnivi n nersona) letter from the national commander. With 10 7K4 nosts in fortv-eieht ctntsa fiv territorial nossessions. and twenty foreign countries, the Ameri can Legion enters upon tne year vu&. During the past twelve montns, uo MnA in fhp rtrennization. according to a repol given out by the nationaly adjutant. The Legion is pushing its way into ovorv rnmor of the earth. Elven of the posts added during 1921 were outside of tne Doundnes oi vne umwu Ctotoo TViaca uprp Fort Gibbon. I nnnnn AIakVa: Andernach. Germany: Guatemala Citv. uuatemaia: lAute Field, Hawaii; Ensenda, Lower Cal ifornia, Mexico; San Juan, Porto Rico; Loanda, Angola, Potugese West Af rica; Tela, Spanish Honduras; Mara caibo, Venezuela; Warsaw, Poland; tnJ r"nctininnTi1 TnrVpV. The greatest increase was noted through the middle west and soutn u?Ast RtAtistics at national headnuar t; etinur Tovna 1ml the list of new posts with 60, followed by Kansas with 57, and Ohio 55. The eight states in order were: Pennsylvania, Iowa and Missippi (tied), Wisconsin, Oklahoma. Indiana. Nebraska, and AT iViirrAn "Tha 1 virion's crouth durinir 1921 is remarkable in view of the deplor able unemployment among ex-service tvtAn Coi Ariiutnnt Rolles. "With the return to normal conditions we expect ... to double our mem oer snap. Hardin has received the first consignment of cherries from the Argentine to arrive m tne uniwxi States. They were brought from Rio Aa. -TnnWn hv the RteamshiD Ameri can Legion, which broke all records between tnat port and rew ior uy a 10-day run. Agricultural College Has Hccipc for Making Plain Pork Sausage The fnllnuinir fd by the Nebraska Agricultural col lege, it is considered essential that the meat he salted in the proportions Indicated, but the seasoning may be w suit tne taste. 4 lbs. lean pork trimmings. 5 level teaspoonfuls salt 6 level teasnoonfuls powdered sage, 2 level teaspoonfuls white pepper. 1 level teaspoonful ground cloves. 1 level teaspoonful sugar. 1 level teaspoonful baking soda. H cup cold water. The meat should lw fthmit nno.fmtr4h fat. As trimmed out by the average Another fine thing about education is that it keeps the youngsters out of mischief and gives the mother a little peace at home. Another reason why freckles win out in love affairs is, nobody doubts their genuineness, while calcimine gives itself away. J i MOTOR CO. ANNOUNCES THE FOLLOWING NEW PRICES EFFECTIVE TODAY Touring Car $348.00 Roadsters $319.00 Chassis $285.00 Coupe $580.00 Sedan $645.00 Truck $430.00 Fordson Tractors $625.00 F. O. B. Detroit These prices do not include starter and demountable rims on all open models These prices are lower than ever before in the history of the Ford Motor company, and with these startling low prices a shortage of Ford Cars is imminent. Place your order today with Coursey & Miller ALLIANCE HEMINGFORD We Can Sell You a Ford Car Now, No Blatter Where ou Live man, howexer, there will be enough fat without adding any extra. Grind the trimmings. Spread out one-half the meat and sprinkle the sea soning on top. Place the other half of the meat rbove the seasoning; then grind again, thus thoroughly mixing the slices. Put the sausage in a pan and add the one-half cup of cold water. Mix the knead thoroughly with the hands until the sausage becomes very sticky and dough-like. The two grind ing, the water and the kneading with the hands make it possible to slice the sausage and to fry it without having it crumble. Stuff in casing or muslin or pack tightly in a granite pan or fry it down for future use. This recipe will give a well seasoned sausage. The sage may be reduced to suit the taste. HERALD WANT ADS RESULTS, SERMONS IN STONES. The pile of flints still to bs broken was a very large one, thought tha stone-breaker, as he gased at it discon solately between his bits at a larjr sandwich of bread and cheese. A min Ister came along and gave him a cheery "Good morning," remarking afterward that he had a deal of work to get through yet. "Aye," said the eater, "them stones are like the Ten Commandments,' "Why bo?" inquired the genial par son. "You can go on breaking "em," earn the reply, "but you can't never gt rid of 'cm." Christian Evangelist. WhoU be the first dealer to adver tise: "Get an automobile or an au tomobile will get you." Greenrill Piedmont. The Great Stock Reducing Sale Continues PATRONS ARE MUCH INTERESTED IN THIS SALE. It is their opportunity to profit by the extremely low prices we are quoting on Furniture and Housefurnishings 6 jfe jwJK "s ' Kitchen Cabinet, grey Enamel finish, fitted with Porcelain Enamel table top $44.00 Kitchen Cabinet, grey Enamel finish, fitted with Porcelain Enamel table top $31.00 Kitchen Cabinet, grey Enamel finish, fitted with Porcelain Enamel table top $70.00 Kitchen Cabinet, white Enamel finish, fitted with Porcelain Enamel table top $63.00 These are all the celebrated McDougall Cabinet. Nationally advertised and known to be the best built cabinet on the market. You will like the Auto Front and many other conveniences that are embodied in its make up. NOTICE THESE ATTRACTIVE PRICES ON DINNER WARE 100 Piece Decorated Dinner Set $.34.40 87 Piece White and Gold Dinner Set 27.60t 87 riece White Dinner Set 21.00 GLASS LAMPS Extra large bowl, and large fancy chimney, No. 3 burner $1.73 Large bowl, tall lamp with hard chimney, No. 2 burner 1.15 Large bowl, low lamp with handle, hard chimney. No. 2 burner .90 LAMP CHIMNEYS No. 2 Crimp top 15c; 2 for 25c No. 2 Plan top (flint) 20c; 2 for 33c No. 2 Rochester 20c; 2 for 35c Set of five glass Mixing Bowls, as sorted sizes $1.75 Glass Water Sets, Gold decorated, pitcher and 6 glasses 2.50 Bell Shaped Tumblers, thin, with etched decorations, 6 for .70 Plain Water Glasses, Horseshoe brand, 6 for 35 Large Ice Tea Tumblers, 6 for 75c and 85c Glass Syrup Cans 33c and 55c Glass Syrup Cans, (large size) .90 Plain White Plates, raised design on edge, 8 in. diameter, made in J. & . G. Meakin Factory England, i 13c; 2 for 23c Plain White Soup Plate, 9 in. diameter made at same factory in England, 15c; 2 for 23c Jap Teas and Saucers, 6 for 90c Lily decorated 1 quart Pitchers 35c Blue decorated 1 quart Pitchers 35c Blue decorated 2 quart Pitchers 53c Blue decorated 4 quart Pitchers 70c Blue fancy 8 inch Crocks 25c Blue fancy 10 inch Crocks 35c Blue fancy 12 inch Crocks 43c Brown Baking Dishes 15c, 25c and 35c Brown Tea Pots 50c and 65c Brown Bean Pots . ...35c Stone Bowls and Pitchers $2.00 Stone Slop Jars 1.50 SAVE THESE ADVERTISEMENTS. USE THEM AS YOUR SHOPPING LIST. Look for the Red Tags George D. Darling FURNITURE AND HOUSEFURNISHINGS 113-117 Wrest Third Street Alliance, Nebraska