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THE ALLIANCE HERALD. TfESD.AY, J EXE 13, 1022.
SEVEtt CLASSIFIED ADVERTISLMEiNTS Wul t bur omth1nT Hub flrxia of reopl ictn the Want A column looklnr for what you r otu.ra ha to offer. Qt quick rMulu by adrerMf Ing- In Tho rt-raiij Want Ad department. RATE8 One cm pr word per tDrtion. Coats do more than tiier newapapera and we truar- uiee ttiat you reacb eatreral hua .ieu more renders, buy circuit- n not bot air. FOR SALE FOR SALE Six-room modern home, with btith. pantry and laundry room. Throe bedioom.-, or.e extra l;ntre with two closets, llesit in every loom in cluding kitchen. (lood lusement. Nice lawn with plenty oi' tree.-. I)c.-ir;ille reiRhhoi hood, 0M-;t front. Cement auto driveway. BuiUinur that can easily he convertoil into duulile jr;.Kire. Four blocks west of Bo Buite rear Sev enth. Two li'ooks from :..-1i1. Easy terms and inlctd to .-ell. Phone 1i0". FOR SALE Hou.e to novo. Font larjre rooms. Umi.u'il'v wo'l l.-uilt: iit Ai'tioch. s.i:ii. .4. W. Mil.l.EK, 121S O St., Lincoln, Nub. ."'i-o FOR S.' I.i: Now 1:2J H.nU Font tin. I .;ooo: d-hanil ( 1.: ni' ei Six; ' bargain. FOliD CAKACIi. :7-.V- FOR SALE i:".f mo. VI r.-.,lce t.ur ir.tf car. STUKGEON G AIIAOX. 5fi-j7 FOR SALE '.-room tvotlorn liun;i 1 w; tor si; i'.c ir d. A. C. YOUNG Phone 101SJ. .Vl-iS-p COLUMBIA HATCHERY. P. O. Box 1102, Denver, Colo. We can supply you with any crunn tity of Baby Chicks. Capacity 10,00f weekly. 17 varieties. Live deliverj guaranteed. Parcel Port prepaid Write for prices and full particulars. 19-tf FOR SALE Old papers at Herald otrice. oc bunillo. tl-l-tf FOR RENT FOR RENT Four rooms; pround floor, lawn and garden. Clo.-e in. Call The Herald. Key No. 20 !. 5--ti2p FOR KENT Elegantly furnished liht housekeeping apartments. Linen anl laundry furnished. Phone C5(J. Ill Cheyenne. 5'3-tf WANTED WANTED Man with car to soil low priced Cord Tires. $100.00 per week and expenses. Wolfe Tire Co., 2C.23 Canal, Benton Harbor, Mich. 57p WANTED Work on ranch, man with wife or housekeeper. Call 543J. 57 WANTED Good, steady man to work on farm. Phone 82iF2. 57-5Sp WANTED Good white cotton raps, 6 cents per pound. THE HERALD. WANTED Gardens to plow. Rates reasonable. Call F. W. EDER. phone -C87W. 41tf-pdC0 MISCELLANEOUS TRADE Auto direction indicator pat HERALD. fcr team. Call at THE i3G-5S-p ANNOUNCEMENT. Commissioner, Third District. I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of county commissioner in the Third district of Box Butte county, Nebraska, subjet to the approval of the democratic voters at the primaries, July 18, 11)22. I am a pood roads enthusiast, and 1 know conditions in the county thor oughly. I believe in being quitted by the will of the majority in all matters of road location. 1 pledge my best ef forts for a business-like administration of county affairs, and have but one other plank in my platform equality and justice for all. . J. R. LAWRENCE. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce my candidacy for the nomination for county treasurer, i-ubject to the will of the republican voters at the primaiies, July IS. I am at present deputy county treasurer, fa miliar with the work, and if elected will devote every effort toward rillinr the office in a competent and efficient wav. Your support i.s respectfully so licited. MRS. NELLIE WILSON. ANNOUNCEMENT.' Pnmitv Stinerintentlent. I hereby announce my candidacy for Count V SurKl- intendent of Schools of Box Butte couiit, Nebraska, suDject to the will of the voters at the primaries, July IS. ui At. iaast.i.1.. ANNOUNCEMENT. Count v Sheriff. 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the democratic nomination for sheriff of Box Butte county, Nebraska, sub ject to the will of the democratic vot ers at the primaries, July 18. Your support is cordially solicited. Crop Report Shows Prospect sarc Hotter Than the Average Winter wheat coniii:n o f:ivr?illv ' with the p::st throe year nvornjre. Spriair wluwt and barley acreares are ! .nrrensod heavily and the condition is i very iro.nl. Tlio ncro;i!'o of oats is' n?cica-ed slightly and the condition low tr.e average. 1 ho conmtin of nay is lulow ilie a vera.;?. All fruit vops are very piomisintr. This is the ummary of the monthly crop report ohed by A. E. Ander.-on, lo ii ral tati.-t'eian and Loo Stun, srcio.ti.ry, Xoluaska department of i.ai iculturo. The condit on of winter v. hoj; is "" per cent last month and 7," per oui: a ,pur lko this date. The present con lition forecasts a crop of " 1. is ,(H'(i iiushHs as comiMired to the : m.l o.- timnte of C7,.Vi!,0O(j bu lids la.-t veur. the avenue of the pit throe e-u-:s ri..s'52.Ot:0 bushels. The v'"ecnt mp ciew owdpr adverse Moi t uv con ditions until the latter part ('' M;.y. This resulted riot only in :i hnro .il.an li nment, but i-l.-o thin -tar.d- in con l krablo of the crop that v.is left foi vt.-t. 'iho houds aie o!' avor.tur rr.'j and ihc straw has attained jroo.i o; !Ji -ince the rains in Miv. Man; appear belter than they rca.i; ii.- wlvn one cain;n':s the .-land m e: ii!Iy. ?pi'...K '':. it acreaK" n an in io. i o oi -Id per cent duo v'ci t'. iedinu the crop in ab.ndono.l v nu-. .vhcat t'.oliJs i,i wo.-t con' v.l X. bra. ka nd some in ce'itnd an 1 so .'.!' o-i I'C'ii.r.s. Ti'': jucliiainai y c.-iiiiiiUe i 7,('00 acres ci.i.ipi rod (,i 2. .5,001. uie- la.-t oai. 11 i hic'i c-n li ii-n o t per :'c:U ind'e-'.tes a c u:, .f ;!..'!Vt , :(.:( i)M-!ie'.-. Tho forca I of .II iie:.'. els last yo-ir. Bar'oy. 7,550,000 acres and i'.'l,24t,000 bu.hr! as compared to 7.240,000 ncies and 151.1M.000 buslnls last year. Re, M'O.M 5.000 bu hols nn l 57.ils,0i'0 !u.'hels a ear aro. All ha., 10.",.0!i:,(,mo tons and !tC. .ir.'.oni) tons' last year. Apples, 171t, vo 000 lm. hols and !s.O::,0OO bu.-hels a year npo. ,:).'i'i.0i!i) 1 1. ho'.- H!p, I I I yc-.ii'. ."5.0(10 l u -Lels la t the proinr-n-vy f . v.;.t: of acvrnjj. of d,:'., is 2,507,OC0 acies v.- comjcT'od ..2.5v5.c:'0 acres l.i.-X ye'-.r. The pvr.'cr.t condition of S4 j'or cent fore--.a.-'t a crop of 70,547,Oi 0 bushel. om.arod to 70,054,000 I. u. hols la.-t o;:r. 'J'he ciop was planted later thi n usual and .-lightly injuied by dr, .vcather and the chances for a good rop are reduced r.coordiru'.ly. The acreage of barley was increased !5 per cent due to e:. tensive plantii v t'pon abandoned winter wheat ti'.lds in ontral and western Ncbrask i. The preliminary estimate is 2;!),000 cre compaied to lO'.t.OOO acres la.-t ycur. The p'resont h't,h condition of IK) per out indicates a crop of O. llO.tiOO bushel.- compared to 1,'J15,000 bu. he Is last year. Rye has improved some since the rains of the hitter part of May but. can not recover fully from the previous lamapc. The condition of t3 per cent forecasts l,93t,000 bushels. Last year's crop was 1,714,000 bushels. All hay conditions i.s ss per cent compared to St) per cent last year. The lack of moisture checked the growth if wild hay and also tame hay, par ticularly in north central ami north ern counties. Alfalfa yields vary but are about the averape. All fruit crops are very promising. The condition of apples is f0 per cent; pears, 89 per cent; blackberries and raspberries 91 per cent and peaches 98 per cent. The set of fruit of part of the trees is extra heavy. The number of bearing fruit trees has been reduced very heavily during the past decade. In 1920 there were 1.4C9.998 bearing fruit trees as com pared to 5,061,984 trees in 1910. Fun tcous diseases, insects, drouth, severe winters and lack of care are respon sible for heavy losses. A comparison of the present number of fruit trees with the number ten years ago is as follows: apples, 32 per cent; peaches, v0 per cent; pears, 61 per cent; plums, 24 per cent; cherries, 58 per cent; Crape vines, 35 per cent; acreage of all small fruits, 81 per cent. The condition of sugar beets i.s 88 per cent. High winds did some dam age to the crop. The acrerga is less than it was last year. The condition of minor crops are as follows: cab bage, 9(1 per cent; onions, 91 per cent: beans, 95 per cent; watermelons; 90 per cent; muskmelons and cantaloupes, 8S per cent. Estimates of important crops for the United States "are as follows: Win ter wheat, 007,333.000 bushe's and 587,032,000 bushels last year. Spring wheat, 18,039,000 acres and 247,175,000 bushels as compared to 19,70(i.00fl acres and 207,801,000 bushels last year. Oats, 41,822,000 acres and 1, 304,004,000 bushels as compared to, 44. 820,000 acres and 1,000.737,000 bush- LIVESTOCK LINCOLN, Neb., Juno 12 CATTLE Receipts of cattle at the seven prin cipal markets weio lairly steady With good demand. Nearly ml classes liowed a guin of 25ci i.Oc on tho Oni ; ha market over a week ago, medium ..nil heavy boot 'steers showing great est gain. Rx'f cows and hoiers were ;ii good demand, gaining nil the lossi ,f a week ago. veals were about to dy with ;i week ago and ranr.jrs and cut tel .- showed a gain of 2"c. IIOli.S 'lhc Omaha maiket showed a steady Hd'.'ame eariy n the week but a duller maiket wa.- in evidence, be ginning Thursday. All clas.-o- showed a gain of 50 2."c over til ? market a veeK iivo. I'aeking sows .-bowed a trong demand ov i lat week, the ar;tor grades .-cll.ng Thur.-day at -"..75. .-jiliEP--rlleavy recocts of i-heop tit the seven principal market- ro .cte l to lo'. or prices. Tho greate. t iodine was shown on iai lings and wc'.hers. F,t ewts -l.ow d tain of (.Oo over a week ago r.s.i. icedir.g lambs a gain of l5cj 25c. LEGAL NOTICE. In tho Matte- of the E.-tM-? of Cnarles E, I loi -luna-i, 1'ivea ed. In the County Court of Box Butte C' unty, Nebraska. Now ( n this 0th day of Juno, 1922, copies Tho liuaruitin Trut Company of AMianco, Bo lt itto County, Ne braska, administrator with iho will nnr.cxed of tho o-tato of Charles I; Ib-v-hman, deceased, end ti es its final ne. mint as such adin ni-'trtitm' and also f'.l.'s a petition for distribution i'nd as si. nment of the residue of said estate raw in its possession to tho pcr.-on.-ontitled bv law to receive same. It is therefore ordered that tho 29th d.y of Juno. 1922, at ten o'clock, A. M., nt my office in the court hou-c of Bi Butte County, Nebraska, at Alli ance, I!o Biifte County, Nebraska, lr fiod as the time and place for hear ing, examining mid allowing said ac count and hearing and considering ,-a'd et it ion for distribution and assign ment of the residue of .-aid o t.'.te. And tho heirs of said Charles E. Ilcr.-h-man. deceased, and nil pTons inter-er-tod in said r-tate, lire required to op pour at tho time and place so desig nated end show cau-o, if such r i-t-, why said account : hould not bo allowed as the residue of said estate dis ti dinted. It is furl hot- ordered that said I ho Guardian Trut Company of Alliance, Box Butte County, Nebraska, admin istrator with tho will annexed, give not co to all prr.-ons interested in said estate by causing n copy of this older to bo published in Tho Alliance Herald, a new-paper printed and published at Alliance, Box Butte County, Nobra-ka, and circulating in said county, throe successive weeks prior to the day sot for said hearing. (Signed) IRA H. TASIl. 'Soid) County Judge. Mitchell & Gantz, Attorney st CHAIN. WHEAT Wheat maiket continued on a ilowiiw.-iid trend. Chicago July wluwt iLcliniitg I'.c, tin ing Tuesday at SI. 12 but legan a locoveiy on Wedne .day, clos.ng Fj i-lay rt ,""1.1". Liquidation in future- ar.l .-el. ing by holders of cash wh at accepted on .May contK'ct.-, together w iih slow ex port demand anil lower foreign mai k ts wore the depre-sing iniluenoes Visible wheat, 2-1.34 1,000 bu h Is, showing an incronse of 5o0 000 bushels lor the wei k. Wheat and Hour ocean pas.-fge last week was 51,1(0,000 torn prrod to 75,392,000 same period last year. CORN Corn market showed woak-ro-s in sympathy with wheat the forepait of the week, declining about ;4v., .nil. began to recover later, vis ible supply, 27,0 10,000. bu hols, show ing a (icciease of J 71, 00.) bu: hcls. POTATOES The decrease in fae carlot ship ments of potatoes has cau.-ed a sud den advance in the price. South Caro'ina and Georgia Irish cobblers advanced $1.50 per barrel, seiring on the northern markets strong at $o,00 (?i7.25. Bliss Triumphs firm at $3.25 $?4.23 cwt. Old stock also made Pit advance of 50To75c cwt. Northern round whites selling in Chicago at 52.15(22.40 cwt., and Maine white stock on Eastern markets at $1.85 2 00 cwt. Carlot shipments of new potatoes are still 3.000 cars in excess of the shipments on the same date last year. Carlot shipments of the 1921 crop has reached a total of 234, 000. DAIRY. . Increase in receipts of butter had a bearish effect on the market, causing a decline the forepart of the week, but recovered later. Increase buying for storage had some effect in steadying the maiket, although mos t storage firms are holding off, feeling that the price is too high to warrant buying for storage. About 8,000,000 pounds !e s in storage in the four principal cities than same date last year. 92 score sold on Chicago market at 343o nC Local price 2Cc. POULTRY. EGGS The egg market has remain ed fairly steady under uniformly steady receipts. About CO per cent oi the receipts at the four principal markets have gone into storage, r resli gatherer firsts sold on the Chicago market at 2324e. Local price 18c; DRESSED POULTRY Receipts of dressed poultry since January 1, in i,e .our principal markets were aoout 8,000,000 pounds greater than for .ume period last yeir. Local prices: Broiler-, SOc; Hens (heavy) le, (light) lCc; Old roosters, 3c. Herald Want Arts Kesults. Want to Feel Just Right? Take an Ml Tonight Desirable city lota for sale at Alliance National Dank. 51-8 It will be to your advantage to gee me when you need a farm loan. E. C. Barker, First Na tional Bank Bide 42tf Tired, overworked, run-down men and women And in Tanlac just what hev need to reeain health end strength. F. E. Holsten. 76 The difficult part about hitching vour wagon to a star is in staying litched. i JUST TRY IT AND SEE Low nock betttr yon ImI in th noraiiif. Ht "lorn" ktidachy, tired, doa't-kaow-wbat'e-the-autur itliog will b gm yoi'li fcl fia. TROUBLE IS, your system is clogged with a lot of impurities that your oerworked digestive and climinative orar.s can't get rid of. Pills, oils, salts, calomel and ordinary laxatives, cathartics and purges only force the bowels and prod the liver. Natarm't Rtnudy (NR Tablets) acts on the stomach, liver, bowels and even kidneys, not forcing, but ton ing and strengthening these organs. The result it prompt relief and real, lasting benefit. Make the test. Nature's Remedy will act promptly, thoroughly, yet so mildly, so gently, that you will think nature her self has come to the rescue and is doing the work. And et, vbal Mlitll You'll b urpriMd lo int kow web twtiet ,o ImI biifliMf, t(l s-vtry war. II ksbitnallf el iiabbofnlr couili(!4. uk OB ha Ttk M ck alfki lot a . Tboa Toa'll ar to uka VJVAS-iS- Tl "'' TbUl aliM if VJii AVj&nJSf -7 ,hu wl" saftciaal to Jm I Ou.rn( and rKOmmanotd kyjror drwjyS TI1IELE. PRESCRlPflON DRUGGIST ,. ... .....T. i, RED -TOP 30 x Extra Ply of Fabric Heavy Tread Price $17.85 FOR poor roads, for heavy loads, for hard use anywhere the Fisk Red-Top cannot be equaled for small cars. An extra ply of fabric and a heavy tread of extra tough red rubber make a strong tire built to meet exacting conditions. Time after time one Red-Top has outworn three ordinary tires. 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H. rurinUni, Koute 1, Alliance. ol-.VJ HFKAI.n WANT ADS UKStrLTS. I'olitical Advertise men t . ... t .... '-Jt. 4, f V v. "-Ss. mm mm Wffw Albert W, Jofforis Republican Candidate (or United Stales Senator Farm boy, country school teacher, college man, amateur ball player, lawyer, earnest worker in development of Ne braska, now in Congress. Always a Republican Primary July 18tb. EUGENE BURTON ATTORXEY-AT-LAW Office: First National Bank Building ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA A. CLARENCE SCHOCH, M, D. Surgery and Consultation Kumer Duilding Alliance Pho.ie 664 AUUbm Harry P. Course AUCTIONEER Live Stock and General Farm Sals WELDING GEO. H. BRECKNER 210 W. 3rd 'X MOVING. PACKING, STOKING AND SHIPPING SNYDER TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE "When It's Your Mote, Let Ua Know" Office Phone, 15 ; Res. 884 and Blk. 731 F. A. DALD j Attorney-at-Law Office in Reddish Block L. A. BERRY ROOM 1, RUMER BLOCK PHONE 9 ALLIANCE, NEBRASKA Drake & Drake Doctors of Optometry Glasses Accurately Fitted Not Medicine, Surgery, Osteopatky DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chiropractors Palmer School Phone 865 Over Harper' PHONE NO. 1 Transfer and Storage PIANO MOVING BY AUTO TRUCK. PACKING AND CRATING FURNITURE A SPECIALTY. ALLIANCE TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. J