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THE ALLIANCE IIERALD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1922.
TONIGHT "NOTHING HUT THE TRUTH" HY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Photoplay, 'Children of the Night' SAT. 28 IMPERIAL THEATRE SUN. 29 MONDAY WANDA IIAWLEY.in 'THE SNOB" 4 ACTS VAUDEVILLE 4 Regular Photoplay and Comedies NORMA TALMADGE, in "THE SIGN ON THE DOOR" SIX ELLSWORTH. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilbaugh left W1no-ilav for n hort business trip to Alliance expecting to return Thurs- Charlo Minify visit! in Bingham W wVen trains Tuesday, returning on the local lat that evening 1 wiirnr. who has bwn t Drma Nichols motorcJ to town Sat urday afternoon. Miss Knnie Srhwaderer was an Alli ance caller Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Allxrt Laing were Al liance callers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lore was callers at John Lore's Tuesday afternoon. Everyone had a fine time at the Johnpon whool house Saturday night. Shorty Wilkins returned from Craw- i..,i;nir school in nwit -- j-01.(. i ueiny nieht, iinme Monday for a short time on . , Qfay wm on thfi gick ,ist Jafit rnnt of the sickness o. - - we(.k. his father. While Mr. Wilcox is -f - Warren was neeueu w .-.p the rancn. IVnnis I.andrlgen while crossing M Young spent Wed- Ijxw home m .!,. tAnr thn ine railroad tractts ,i uwi-j - iTndrigcn crowing diseoverwi nn from which all the Wis had ben irX,nvod A westbound freight train flSwe.1 Tpn.hal.ly thereby saving a i 4t. in crew on the email wrccn, 11" - iTii,, wt fcight reporting the case at Ells worth ami No's. 44 and 43 were thus W Another cut in section forces on the divMon. now works one man every I her iay except Tuesday when on y we man works for three hours only Tue ys. On account of that cut and n bnX garoline engine the local sec Tion wa not inspected Tuesday morn Z n 1 thus the broken angle har was not "covered by the local rail work- CrThc Bingham community club an r,o inccs a dance at the Bingham hM Friday night, January 27. Several from Bingham attended the Wlsworth dance here last Saturday night. The next Ellsworth dance will be Riven February 11. M r nr.il Mrs. J, 1... AvanintT nt. tbA I. E. here the evening was pleasantly iiassed at whist. , McCarty Bros., south of Ellsworth, are filling orders for a car load of po tatoes placed by John Iwrence of Al liance. The potatoes have been sacked end are stored in the winter cave near the right-of-way to be shipped as soon ns the refrigerator car is set out. The potatoes are of an exceptionally pood quality and it is said a good price was named in closing the deal. William J. DeBord of near Spade has placed nn order for one stock car to load hogs for the South Omaha mar ket February 1. This will be the first cur of hogs shipped from this point for pome time although many of the cat tlemen are now raising hogs as a side ipue. . , Mrs. Anna Bennett made a business trip to Alliance Wednesday, returning Thursday. A breakdown and the cold weather preventing her from making the trip by automobile. Mrs. J. I Young left Friday for Ardmore, S. D., where she will spend a nva visitinar friends and relatives. William Arms of Pawlett spent Sunday nt the home of his parents vest of Ellsworth, returning to work Monday morning. Most men go in the hole by staying in a rut. ANTIOCIl Edcar Hashmnn was a caller at the Ernie Wicnell home one day last week. Mrs. Arthur Lore was an Alliance caller Monday. Howard lxre returned home Mon day night from Sioux county. Arthur Denton came down with Howard Lore and Is going to stay a few days with the Lore boys. I,co Hashman was operate! on Mon day at the Alliance hospital. The C. P. Mann family are all on the sick list. George Snnp was after a load of oats at Nichols Monday. ' Epworth League Rally at Methodist Church at 7:00 P. M. Sunday A special "Cradle Roll" program will be given at the Methodist church on Sunday morning, beginning at 10 o'clock sharp. The following program will be given: Welcome song. "Who Welcomes the Babies Today?" Dorothy Wells. t im speech, Spencer Lucas. "Be Polite," Dehlno Emde. "Must Not," Dorothy Snyder. "Like a Sunbeam," Ruby Bryant. Song, "Mother Goose Rhymes, Loraine Lunn. Song, Gwendolyn Dow. "Who Arre On the Cradle Roll?" Margaret Thiele. "Cradle Roll Prayer" Virginia Les ter, Eugenia Towniey, Elizabeth Bar ker. "Little Things," Winifred Miller. "Lost and Found," Levora Towniey and Ruth Hopkins. Song. "The Baby Dramitized." "That's Baby." "Lullaby," by Verna Dow. Babies. Cradle Roll Song, Josephine Wilson. This program will be unique in that many of the numbers are by children who are still on the cradle roll. The public is invited to this service. HERALD WANT ADS RESULTS. A "tempered switch" is the explana tion of the latest railroad wreck. That is about as dependable for an alibi as a dead engineer. The question has been raised as to whether war gases are not about as permissible as poisoned wells or ve nomed arrows. A husband just getting in from the night before is another early bird that catches it. You don't raise children now; problem is to keep them down. the Wanted to Buy Your fat hogs or ship them on commission. O'Bannon & Neuswanger. 17-tf THE POTATO MARKET OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 2C POTA TOES No. 1 Nebraska Early Ohios, per cwt., $2.002.25; No. 2 Nebraska Early Ohios, per cwt. $1.902.00; No. 1 Irish Cobblers, per cwt., $2.25; No. 1 L. E. Bliss wants to buy you ! jVver Ohjos and Colorado Brown sii: i. a nl.. Beautie3, per cwt, $2.75. killing hogs and cattle. Phon him at 813G12. 13tf Herald Want Ads Results. Frank Bushell, who works on the T. I- Briggs ranch, was seriously injured when the horse he was riding slipped on the ice. His ankle was .badly Fprained. He is somewhat better at this writing. Mrs. T. I). Campbell has been quite ill with the grippe the past week, is much improved at present. Roy HotTland drove to Rushville Saturday accompanied by Dr. E. E. McClelland and Mr. Johnston. Mr. Johnston has been in poor health for a long time and in destitute circum stances. He will be cared for by the county poor farm. Miss Jennie O'Neil of Potter is visit ing this week-end with Mrs. Lillian llobhs. Thev were dinner guests at the II. E. Wolf home Saturday. The woman's club met at the club room Thursday. The extreme cold weather kept a number of members from coming out. The paper will be read at the next meeting. Earl Ferguson who has been suffer ing severely since an operation in Al liance, was taken to Kansas City Fri day bv Dr. Moore, where he will be irentml 1iV fcnMM.il 1st 3. The basket ball game Friday evening lctween the Alliance second team and Antioch first team,, was a splendid vic tory for the Antioch school who show ed their splendid training and team work from start to finish. Score 18 to 28 in favor of Antioch.- After the frame a dance was given by the man agement of Mrs. Wiker of Alliance, f umishing the music. A splendid time was enjoyed by all. Quite a number left Antioch Satur day evening in the bus for the dance at the Tom Briggs ranch. The car broke down when only a few miles out if town and they returned a very un- bnnnv Tuirtv. Sunday evening a large number of citizens gathered for an old fashioned rleighing party party on the hill south rt town later going to the H. E. Wolf liome. where hot chili was served. Those fortunate enough to attend re w.rt rfclitrhtful eveninjr. Miss Rowena Drake, formerly of An tioch. who lately completed a three a ears' course in the nurses training thool in Omaha, is visiting at the T. 11. Smith home. Tuesday evening Zilma Smith entertained a few friends in her honor. Ray Moore, John and William White arrived in Antioch Monday from Yoder. The boys are en mute to their homesteads at Dewey, S. D. They will lriv there. A. G. White is home for a few days. lie has been working at oder. rOINT OF ROCK CREEK Roy Nichols was a caller at Ernie Wienell's and William Essex's Mon- 1n v. John Duskin took a load of hogs to 4 Ann MnnHnv. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tabor and BLACKROOT The cold weather this week has been so severe every one is worrying about their spuds. Some have oil stoves in their cellar, while others have lamps and lanterns. Jim Lovell returned home from Omaha last Wednesday. Johnnie Lo vell went in after him. and they were three days getting from Hemingford to Curly. Harrv Grosse Is working at Pete Farrel's lately. They have been haul inir hav from the creek. Evervone from this neighborhood has been suffering from a seige of crinne. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Grosse spent Sunday evening at the Ivor Meeker home. Joe Romer has been putting up ice for the past week. Mrs. Beryl Dye returned last week from the eastern Dart of the state. The Blackroot items are few and far beween this week as it has been so cold no one ventured very far from home. . Mr. nnd Mrs. Carey Johnson an nounce the arrival of a fine baby boy on Sunday, January 15. OMAHA GRAIN MARKEI OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 20. WHEAT Snot wheat moved slowly at close around unchanged prices. Only twen-tv-one care of this cereal were report ed in. Corn was unchanged to c lower, with the demand moderately ac tive. Oats sold at about unchanged prices. Rye and barley were nominally not much changed. Receipts of com were liberal and those of other grains continued licht. The market as a uhnlA wax cmiet and featureless. WMRATNo. 1 hard winter. $1.09: TJn. 2 hard winter. $1.08: No. 3 hard winter (smutty), $1.061.08; No. & hard winter. $1.07: No. 2 yellow hard, 81.07: No. 3 ve low hard. si.uiiu.uo; No. 4 yellow hard, $1.0G; Sample Rnrino-. (frosted). Sl.13frcl.14: No. 1 mixed, (snecial billing). $1.02. CORN No. 1 white. 41c: No. 2 1 white. 41 Vic: No. 3 white. 41,,2c: No. 1 yellow, 41c; No. 2 yellow, 4Ujic; No. 3 yellow. 41U41lsc: No. 1 mixed, 11 iir? No. 2 mixed. 4lkc OATS No. 3 white. 33Vs?5334c: No. 4 white, 33(S33V4c; Sample white, (31 barley), 32c. RYE No. 2, 73c. BARLEY No. 3, 54c. CLOSING q Air in HAVING DECIDED TO MOVE TO MONTANA, I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION AT MY FARM, TWO MILES WEST OF BEREA, ON Tuesday, Ja-iio ALL OP MY PERSONAL PROPERTY, CONSISTING OF THE FOLLOWING: JL Q 7-H EAD HORSES-7 ALL GOOD WORK STOCK One matched team of bay horses, seven and eight years old; weight 3200, an extra good team. One matched team of blacks, mare and a gelding, five and seven years old; weight 2600, an all-around pair. One bay gelding, seven years old; weight 1700. One bay mare, six years old; weight 1250. One gray gelding, five years old; weight 1400. THE LIVESTOCK MARKET OMAHA. Neb.. Jan. 2f. CATTLE Receipts, 4,200. Good to choice beeves. $7.00(TC8.10: fair to good hooves, $.10?G.85; common to fair! lHHve. $j.40(fi)fi.00i Rood to choice ve.-nlinB-a. $7.f0(8.75: fair to good yearlings, $6.757.&0; common to fair yearlings, $5.50(0.00; good to choice heifers. S5.R5(?E6.50: fair to good hell ers, $4.255.75; choice to prime cows, Si.7.ri5.25: eood to choice cows! $4.00 4.C0; fair to goo dcows, $3.254.00 common to fair cows. $1.503.25; good to choice feeders. $C).;0(ffi7.25; fair to good feeders, $5.00(f6.&0; common xoi fair feeders. $5.5000.00: good to rhoice stockers. S6.85tfD7.50: fair to good stockers, $.2;C6.75; common to fair stockers, $5.50(a6.25; stock heif ers, $4.255.fi0; stock cows, $3.25 4.40: stock calves. S5.00(o)Y.&u veai calves. $4.50tfCU.OO; bulls, stags, etc., .i rnrs)4.75. HOGS Receipts u.uuu neao. ine market was fairly active today, with both shippers and packers making lib eral nurchases and nrices ruling 25 arw h p-her. Lurht nofirs soui mosiiy from $8.15tfj8.35, with a top price of $8.50. Mixed loads and butcher weights from $758.25; packing grades $7.00 7.75 and heavy throwout bows ana extreme heavy packing $b.JDg .uu. Bulk of sales was $7.908.3U. OMAHA HAY MARKET OMAHA. Neb.. Ja.n 26. HAY No. upland prairie, $10,500)11.00; No. 2 nnland nrairie. $9.00(3) 10.00; No. 31 upland prairie, $7.00(3)8.00; No. 1 mid Innrt nrairie. $10.00(3)10.50: No. 2 mid land nrairie. SH.iUi 'J.w: xso. a nuu- land nrairie. $7.00ftf8.00: No. 1 low land nrairie hav. $8.00(9.00; No. Z lowland prairie, $7.008.00. Choice alfalfa, $18.0019.00; No. 1 alfalfa, $15.50(3)16.50: standard alfalfa, $12.00 (3)15.00; No. 2, $10.5011.50; No. 3, $9.00 10.00. The kind of maxim silencers we need is one for the bromidic pessimists who hand them out. The wisest married man is he who, knowing his wife is right, keeps the fact to himself. 12-HEAD OF CATTLE-12 One good milch cow, five years old. Ten head of calves, steers and heifers, in extra good shape One coming two-year-old Steer. 5 HEAD OF HOGS-5 Farm Machinery and Harness One set of 1 5-8 inch harness. One new wagon nearly new. One new grain drill 100 bushels extra good Black Macaroni seed wheat One small stack of Alfalfa hay. One set of lV4-inch harness ! One good saddle 50 bushels of good seed Oats MISCELLANEO US One clothes closet Four kitchen chairs One gasoline stove One kerosene stove One bedstead MANY SMALLER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. One new set of dies, size A to -inch. v One shot gun, 12-gauge Winchester Sale Starts Immediately After Free Lunch at 12 Noon TERMS: All sums of $25.00 and under cash; over that amount a credit of nine months will be given, on bankable security bearing 10 interest from date; 3 discount for cash on time sales. Those wishing credit will please make arrangements with the cuerk before the sale commences. No property to be removed until settled for. TIM McDONALD, Owner HARRY CQURSEY, Auctioneer 9 FRANK ABEGG, Clerk, First Natl Bank, Alliance