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A LAYMAN'S ADDRESS
Address Delivered Before the Meth
odist Ministers of Minneapo
lis by W. G. Calderwoocl
ADVOCATES GOSPEL OF CHRIST III
The editor father. Mr Jnini's
Thomas, who live at Lincoln. Nebr .
Is an enrnesl advocate of temper
eno and believes In prohibition an
the best method of deaHnK with the
liquor traffic. He send the writer
ft copy of "The Vindii ator". I paper
published in the interest of the pro
IrlbHion party. .nd reuuotits us to
sJllWjifli extraHfl from the same We
are s.lad to comply with the requeM
and print the following, which Ik
part of a s pooch delivered recently
by Hon. W. O. Oaldorwood before
tile Methodist minister of Minneapo
lis: "Once to every man and nation
follies the moment to divide
In the strife of Truth with false
hood, For the good or evil side.
Sonic ftreat cause, (lod's new Messi
ah, Offer each the bliHim or bllxht,
And the choice Koes on forever.
'Twlxt thnt Darkness and the
' Aa the .lew's Christ came, "de
spised and rejected of men," so
comes "aota nret Cause, tlod's new
Messiah", to us; so It caino to our
fathers; and so It came to their fath
em. Our error, If we err, will not
be lRnorancc of that fact. Our mon
umental and appulMnR blunder, If we
blunder, will be parallel with that of
the Jews, that, knowing this, yet.
When some "went cause" tome In
the Spirit of Truth (which, bsUtf In
terpreted Ih the Spirit of Christ),
preachiiiK the (tospel of i Ix'tter day
to the poor; heal ins the hearts bro
ken undvr law sanctioned crime; and
prenchiiiK deliverance to tlie captive
Of sin; the recovery of siht to those
that are Minded in vice; BJMl setting
at liberty those that are Itotind by
cords of appetite, we will Jeer Him;
and scoff Htm; and fltti the con
temptuous query in Ills teeth " 1 1 a c
any of the doctors of divinity or tho
Christian statesmen believed on
Jrl-lm?" That v. will vote for Ihff
murderous, s. slit ions llarabbas, in
stead of for Him; that we will be In
Starit, with our ballots, reiuirin that
Ha be crucified, until the IndtffereM
Pilate, the law, shall give Juibrmenl
ait we require.
The (iospel of Jesus Christ is the
Sufficient teacher to teach us the
way and the truth whereby we may
not only avoid the error of the Jew
In crucifying the lowly and gentle
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have just arriued
Wr employ two ti imun'is in
our millinery dept.
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We are showing the latest in Fall
Suits and Coats at decidedly low
prices. We carry the celebrated
Wooltex Garments. These gar
ments are guaranteed absolutely
for two season. This includes lin
ings and all. We also have other
lines of garments less expensive.
Prices as follows:
Neat Chinchilla Coats in grey with blue
lar and cntTs or hlne with grey
collar and ends, well made
A IVintzess Coat, all wool
DOVelty cloth, good fitting
and well made, at
(I reys. browns, tans and blues
In till wool Chinchilla Coats,
most popular garni 't of season
we also offer a large assortment in
price and style In Bolts, lb-ices
ranging from $12 and Bp to
All sizes, colors, styles and
grades. The best the markets
afford and for the least money.
We have them, the world fam
ous Beacon Blankets.
Single Blankets, good
Larger and heavier at SI
Double Hlkts. at $1.25 up
Heavier weight and larg
er at $1-30
They are as heavy and
as warm as wool and cost
you less and wash better
than wool. We absolute
ly guarantee fast color in
these blankets. Come in
and see them. They mark
a new epoch in blankets.
Ibices as follows, all
colors in all sizes, tan,
gray and white, fancy
border, silk bound edge,
and all double blankets
All Beacon Blankets
Baby Blankets, fancy, all
sizes, colors, etc., prices
50c and up
Fancy Hath Kobe Blank
ets, large assortment of
patterns and all colors,
guaranteed fast color, at
$3 00 and up
Plaid Blankets. Several
very tasty plaid blankets
in large size, 66x80,eXtra
heavy and good quality,
lor Indian Blanket as
sortment is complete.
Large combination of
colors, ext ra quality, at
Thebestmade! WeVe got them,
shoes that fit the foot, look well
and wear well, and the prices
Ladies' Yici Kid Buttons
Ladies' Gun Metal
Ladies' Patent Leather -
llieh Grade Kid Yamp,
Covret Upper, at
- - $2.50
- - - $3.00
$2.50 to $4.00
High Grade Broun Suede
Vamp, Covert Upper
High (trade Suede Shoes -High
Top Suede, best quality
Tan Shoes at - - -
$3.00 t $5.00
The "Martha Washington Shoe,"
solid comfort for tired feet
we carry them
and all double blankets Lat assortmint ol quilts,
ill ifl m $1.25 TO S7.50
rLL Ifl S. e nosT',. S2.0 Bed Spreads, plim edgt. Innged.
4 HB H 4bssb Size OOXHO, cut corners, scalloped, all sizes.
IJArtHlnt Hi 9 am size t-.x-i, $3.25 75candup
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JMUS, out tlwt
(o crown Him
ill th' snare of
k wKli tu- poison
It will bsjftotl ! Iiow
Kinn of klnus.
Roman Hammer and Christian Vote
I have said "0TUOtlte JeU8."
Boom vbmj stumbl bcrv, Jesuit Mini
Holf sail, 'Inasnnicli as ye have
done il unto Ihe least of tlnwe My
little onB, ye have done it unto Me."
The cruel juKKfd nails that were hru
t.ally driven thru the tender nerves
inflicted no sharper pain than the
vice your vote may line protected
has brought to the heart Of ;uany a
mother, sister and wife, and meant
no surer death to His ttoily than your
civic conduct may hac meant to the
soul of many a one blind in sin. houn
in appetite, captiv
the tempter and si
A Christian hallo! may he as surely
Ml instrument of crucifixion ot our
Lord ns a Roman hammer.
The I'ospel of .leans Christ leacht s
separaiion from that which is evil.
The first step toward salvation is
the forsaking of sin Come ye out
from anion them, and be y: sepa
rate, and ton 'h not the 1111 r lean
tliiiix and 1 will receive you. and
will be a Catiier unto yau. and ye
shall be my sum and daughters, sa
lih ihe Lord Ood Almighty."
As tourhiiiB the UQUMT traffic, thu
license ysten is a DtOlt uuclT in and
unholy 1 ovenant wi h dtOth and a
gieement with hell, without which
the truffle would h ive be n sionerl
back to its native pit by tin "ts
of the ponolj KoresthMi ago. And
the llf sjjin syini is the law of 1 1 i
sta'e, liv which the grace of political
petrUM coinmiind by plutforni and
policy to that sv-tein
The system "Justifies the wicked
for reward". K. "takes a reward to
slay an innocent person". It 1 a
"bribe l blind the eyes wirhnl". It
, work of iniquity And thet.. h
tng of the (Jospel is to 'com ' ut
in in among them,
"Hut." says one
and !.' separate,
ok says, "Come ot.'
After you come out.
Cos.- Italy ei n Cotl
very clearly where to
obt y and "come cut "
Mortver there must be some nec
essar confusion of the path so long
a you walk in potKieOl agreement
witb a parly that "Justili;s th- wick
ed for reward." and ut 'he sam
tune seek to follow the Cospcl. Th
are diergnt. Many go.d .-ieii have
tmule bar. I work for themselve by
trying to follow divergent jjattass.
"Won't Oo Any Good"
Uut It will do no good to levae
the dominant pttrty One will mere
ly throw away his vote."
Possibly you err. It does do some
good Just to "come out."
Otherwise ti id would not have
written it You might better be in
no company tliin bad company. You
might better do nothing than oo
And do not worry too much about
throwing your vote away. There is
a teaching that if one's hand offends
him lie should cut. it off and cast il
from him. If his eye offends him
he should pluck it out. I car, scarce
ly conceive of t patriot, not to say
a Christian, who can contemplate the
servile sycophancy or the dominant
parly to the brewery interrsts dur
ing the past ten consecutive "years
who has nod been offended with it.
The Cospcl ea Mi. s that "it is profi
able for the." to eOtar lit' in litnec;!
and halt, ra'her than having two
hands or two feat to be ens: into
evtrlas'ing fre," w':l h applied might
read: 11 is better for thee U enter
Ufa o eicsi than to have carried
yotir pre . in t for Iniquity anil be re
sponsible for its consequences.
"Cum.' out of BtNT, my people, thar
y.' be not partakers of her sins, and
that ye rseive n t of her plagues."
And, if all who are opposed to li
cense would c-.ine out of the lioeOI I
parties, they WOUld make a party
stronger than either of them.
The Spirit of Truth
Th; Spirit of Christ is the Spirit
of Truth. The liquor traffic is an
accursed lie. and the father of it. It
says to the young" man, "Come on.
my boy. and have a good time." Hut
for the bread of gladness it gives
bin the ston? of grief, and for the
fish of Joy it (Ives him th? serpeuit
of foe and ilis;iatr. It says to him,
"Come on, my boy, em'oy your per
sonal liberty," but binds him w;,h
chain, if slavery stranger than forg
ed steel. Manacles and shackles are
power!. 'ss to bind a man, for they
but restrain his body. The dring
lies to him that bcoaus his members
rafl move, he is free, whtll the real
man is bound.
The license yataaa is a lie. I'nited
Sia es UdCe Dayton says, "There is
no tnOVO nicnumental lie existing to
d.t than that (tOOHM regulates." And
the Spirit of Truth demands if me
that I shall not all that lie by my
I am talking
that the traffic
PQ0j go to tv
the ear of the
POPULAR PLACE FOR
BUYERS AND SELLERS
to mcin who believe
ought to die. Hut if
billot box. which is
state, and whisper
tne state mat you
give your support to a political par
ty 'hat licenses Ihe traffic, all the
PhllllDlea that vou may thunder from
jibe pulpit in a millennium will not
el fa i he indlSpUtaDie uociik nun )
avldence thai yao supported tan Mar
My brethren, tell the TnHh to
slate. And you cannot talk to
state from the pulpit, noi nu
i.mvMr in. . iii. nor frotu the
truni. nor from a b:x in the street
You an iMily speak to the state at
the ballot box. If your ballot sup
license, or a license pauy. mi
marks you down for license
GOES TO SYNOD
turn James 11 Hrown. of the Klrst
Presbvterian church. left Tuesday
noon for Hastings to attend the con
uiillim Of the Synoil of Nebraska
which rooveae Wednesday. Kcv
Brown will return Saturday morning
It is a common occurrence for per-si-ns
who hare artlelee to sell or who
wish to buy to call at. The Herald
office for information. The office
is COnVenie&tly located for the ac
commodation of such persons, and
we are always pleased to givo any
assistance possible. A peculiar coin
cidence of prospective buyers and
.-.! Her calling at the anise time occur
red on Tuesday of this weik. A. S.
Knytari of llemingford came down
to Alliance On 44 to see about sell
ing potatoes, of which he had about
three car loads to pall, I ho MOM
day Chits. K. Seegt r and Ceo. Smith
of Ansley came in on to purchase
potatoes to ship to tin ir town. The
last named gentlemen CO ma fr. u he
train to The Herald office for In
formation. Before they left Mr, Bn
yeart called ami informed aa Of the
object ol bis visit to Alliance. An in
troduction and a few minutes' talk,
when i hey all hiked for the station
to take 4:t to Hem la (ford, to go
from there to Mr. K.iyeaiVs ranch
and see the spuds ami close the
FAIRVIEW W. C. T. U. MEETS
We are phased to report a very
pleasant meeting of the Kairview
W. C. T. V. o:i Sunday. October IS,
After a short business meeting.
the follow ing program was rendi red
in a very creditable manner:
Opening Song, "Call for lieapi rs."
Recitation, "Prances K. Willard." by
(Henna Lawrence, followed by the
song, "We are Coming. Dear l.ead-
llecitatlon. "The Two Classes." Hose
i T. I.. Kxercise, by five
Uecitation. "Oive the
Chance," Ituby Hauer.
Stig, "Tribute to Frances K. Will
ard." La Verne and Kstlu-r N'ason.
Children's J'ledge. A Favorite in the
Willard Home. Kive little Hiildrea
Heading. "Welcome to Our Harvest
HOBse," Alice Hauer.
A very interesting report of estate
Convention, by Hlanohe Hauer.
Uecitation. "Pledged With Wine."
Recitation, Indication of Harvest
Home Cifts," Valentine Lawrence.
Closing Song. "Bringing in the
During the program a large picture
of Francs K. Willard occupied a
prominent place on the platform.
which was appropriately decetrated
With small bundles of grain and veg
etables leprcsi tiling fruits of the
The next meeting will be held In
two weeks and will be led by Miss
in.,.l... Itauer vice president of the
. Cnion We hope all w ho
....t. ..I in the work will
rort to be present.
MRS IIKKBKltT NASON.
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CLARENCE E. HARMAN
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make an ef
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Herald office at
State Railway Commissioner
DEMOCRATIC AM) PEOPLES INDEPENDENT
Pledged to the People of the State
Vote for Him !
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GET A LUCKY HORSE SHOtf BANK.
bantasel Hank in the Wor'd)
IT HOUM W1T TEM DIMKS AND II1K lEN'TH HIMK Ufflfl IT
SELLS ON SIGHT. AGC1TS WANTED t t K ) vt t K t.
This little bank is made of heivy nickled brass, highly polished, and will
last lorever. It can be worn on a key ring, wsieh chain, or easily carriei in the
pocket. Send ioc. for sample, or asc. if Oold Finish is preferred. Ask for terms and
open territory, which is fast being takeo.
"frf iwr rtrf serrnl."
Adilo ss. LW!KY HORSC SHOC BASk, 915 1 1st iron. New York, N. Y.