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Till: ALLIANCE 1 1 KHALI), FRIDAY, SKITKMHEU Ifi. 1921.
CHURCHES 15 ITIST l lll lf II. Our woik f.r the I.nl is hh ning up tine. We veio n to i Inunc into fur membership Mr. and Mi -. Cole man, who wi if of u-. .-Meral years i yo. Several other have sinif h) their intention of coming into our church le al soon. 'I here air many liaptiif in the town v, ho h.no not ns vet ii IT it t ') themselves with in, and vp a vp hojiinu- and pi tying th.it they may see how tl-y unintentionally though it be, nie obstacles to prog ress of tlip chiinli. As Raptist.s, you owe the ISaptif-t caue tin1 same faith lul allegiance hoi c m Alliance as you flid bark in the church you hao left. To say that vour homo church was gicatcr than hi--, only emphasizes, more than ever your duty of making this church as great as that one. le tiichcd Ilapti.-ts, or any other denomin ation, have no scripture to justify their remaining detached, but all the p.ible urges them t "lie e .separate from the world, unto the church." Why not obey it? We are preparing for promotion Sunday. Let every teacher work to make it a success. The pastor is work ing hard, getting ready for his fall -pecial meetings to which he look. forward anxiously. ' Di you attend the prayer meet ings? If not you are missing the greatest source of inspiration. Evening service hereafter will start it 7:30 instead of 8;0O. Sermons Sunday: morning, "Will "Ye Also Go Away." F.vening, "Cor nered" Text "And they answered him Yiot a word." B. J. M1NORT, Pastoi. aenue at Seventh i-tnet and tin re is ru t itnoihcr Pie. by terinn churrli fur k i v t y miles in any direction. let us take ii'h ant :ii;e of our opportunities. Again you are cordially inited. Fir.-t I'l'c-byteii.-'n ihuiTh, A. .1. KF.ARNS. I'astor.T vint all the trials und terrible exper iences in the udaptatmn it is u wom an, ff the film preencs the essence of ). Henry's story it should le too good to miss. An additional attraction of Satur day ninht will bo a hort lecture be tween the first and .-econd show by the Rev. H. .1. Minoit, who was much im pressed by the original story and Lks trained a talk based upon it. The bir; noise at the Imperial tn nitr'it will be Kileen Perrv starring in "Why Trust Vour Husband?" The thumbnail sketch of the drama shows that it is fully as cood as "Twin IJeds," and parts of it. are mtirh on Kthe .same 01 dor. A ncwiv-wed romi home and hears his wife making en dearinii remarks to a Kewpie doll one of the kind you win at street car nivals. He doesn't know it's a doll. Hashing from the house, he joins two or three friends, and agreed to slip away to a masque ball. The wives agree to do the same thing, and then follows one of the most uprouringly humorous mivups you've even seen. It ought to get over big. Sunday's attraction is "Footlights and Shadows," featuring Olive Thom as. The story deals with the strange adventures of Gloria Dawn, a beauti ful actress who is the star .'n the "Midnight Revue." Her strange ex-,.tw- . iH-irin when, in the middle of the night, a man admits himself to her apartment w ith his own key. He then collapses with brain fever, and Gloria, to avoid scandal, announces him a - a distant reiutive. Then follows i m i ies of compieations which make the solu tion of the plot one of most intense interest. CHURCH OF CHRIST. "Antecedents of a Good Meeting", n- "Preacher and People ", is the sub ject for next l-ord's day morning sermon. "Who Authorized Religion?" is the subject for the evening service. These are the effort. in preutration for the evanglistic meetings to begin October 16 with the Lelji of Fvangelist C. W. Cooper. The evening service will begin a half hour earlier. I'n deavor meeting at G::.0 and preaching lit 7:30. Remember the change. .The P.ible school under the splendid leadership of Mrs. Reed alTonLs a cla.-w fer all aires. Beginning with the first Sunday in October we will use Uie unified service which mean one continual service from 10 o'clock to noun. The mid-week service on Wednesday evening is always interesting and helpful. This .is. also being used in preparation for the evangelL.tic meet lPgS. State Convention at Hastings Octo ber 3-. Come to the church with a message and a welcome . S. J. F.PLF.R, Minister. LUTHERAN CHURCH. Sunday the Lutheran church will observe its annual mission-festival The services to be conducted at 11 o clock and 2:20 o'clock, This celebra tion will take place in the Community hurch in Berea. The morning serv ice will be conducted by the Rev. Al fred Sueger from Scottsblutf. The iifternoon service the pastor from Al liance will conduct. Everybody wel rome. F. DROEGF.M U F.LI .F.R, Patsor. Saturday niifht will be photoplay made from O, "Roads of Destiny." one of the most different of the different short stories I by the famous writer. Pauline Fred-1 erick takes the lead. There has been ' but onp chanee in the sf.rv- In h Absolutely original, a man, David Mignot, under- my P'ace- Mondav comes 'Thunder Island," featuring' F.dith Rolerts. Miss Rob erts appears as a little shepherdess who is content to watch her llocks on the sun-washel slopes above the gulf, I until her marriage to a dying old don , . , ' of countless dollars complicates the featured a ,.ttj ,;,, mnvin.- far iienryn a jiexjcan election. IH'NTF.RS TAKK NOTICE. no hunting allowed on S3-R8-P R E. FF.NNER. METHODIST CHURCH. Beginning with net Sunday even mg, Septemler 1H, the time of the Sunday evening services will be one half hour earlier, lip worth League at :.10 ann evening service at 7:110. Lt W,i-stay evening we had what the pastor considers the most enthusiastic and optimistic Sunday scnooi ooara meeung in two years. tvery otticer and teacher plans to make this the lest year of our school It was decided to observe Octolwr 2 s Rally day. Next Wednesday niirht the subject will be, "The Year's lro- pram for the Church. . The Formon topic for Sunday morn in? will tie, "Unpaid Debts." In the evening, at 7:30. "Our Eternal Home We are crlad to announce that Mrs. Dunning, who has le-n away most of the summer, has taken charge of the choir again, and we can safelv nrom- ise that you will be pleased with the music tnat will ue given from Sunday to Sunday. A large chorus choir is being organizeil and sp'cial music will be rendered at each service. Mr. Fred Yanders ha accepted the posi tion oi cnurcn organist for the year lr'uch to the delight W. U. S.-JUH, 1'a. tor. J PRESBYTERIAN CHl RCH Next Sunday morning we will con- ty Working? If Not, Why Not?"! The pjustor will fill Uie. pulpit. If your Christianity is working you will help till the pews. And yuu aie cordially invited to do so. Sunday evening at C:30 the Chris tian Endeavor meetiug. At 7:30 p. m. the evening service. Note the change in time. Be there on time, for the musical service will start without delay ami the sermon will be on the subject, "The Lamps that Fail." The I'reshyterian church is a going concern. She gave away in her mighty benevolent works over $17, 000,000.00 last year. She received to the communion table over JM.,000 new srommunicants on profession of faith in the last twelve months. Three :yiung persons from Uiis Community -tre this year in attendance at one of her fifty great educational institu tions. These educational institutions are accredited and carry the same .stanilards of work as our large tax suppoiied state universities. The work uf the church in Uie field of edu cation alone is a remarkable contri bution to the life of the nation. So much for the Presbyterian church for this time. We are justly proud of her (iast achievements and in a humble and hopeful spirit we approach her preac responsibilities. The Presbyteriau church in Alliance Is located at the corner of Box Butte .VICE EE Service Brought to Your Door Cleaning1 Service, that guaranteed kind, which costs no more than the ordinary kind is what we have to offer you. Ict us have your next order for Clean ing, Pressing and Repairing. Our work is guaranteed to pleace. HAVE IT READY It is now time to look over your Winter Suit or Overcoat. Phone 133 Keep-U-Neat CLEANERS :tm;;mmtn;mmrmrmtt: LAKKSIDK The Right Bank One of the most important factors in your business success is having the right kind of bank to deal with. Too much care cannot be exercised in selection. The all important consideration with this bank is first to safe guard the money of its depositors and to render them such business service as to increase their pros perity and thus increase the value of the account. We extend every courtesy consis tent with safety and will be glad to give you conscientious advice on any business problem. First National Bank Mr. Leiter of Antioch was in town, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Mom's left Sun- clav bv auto for a visit in Colorado.. Mr. and Mrs. Pert Iilair and daugh ter, Lucille, went to Alliance the first! of this week. I Carl Miller bouirht the old M. K. 1 parsonage recently and Will move iti up on his lot in the northeast part of town. Miss Hello Weibling leaves this week for Lincoln to attend school this tern. Ilertha Tyler mlo in from her home in the country Wednesday. Mrs. Carrie Hawkins from north of town visited her niece, Mrs. R. A. Cook, Tuesday and Wednesday. R. I). Kirkpatrick returned home from Omaha Wednesday accompanied by his wife and daughter, who have made an extended visit at Cleveland, Oh.'o. Frank. Westover Tirove in from his ranch Wednesday afternoon. The Ladies' aid society met at the church Wednesday afternoon. Charles Carey was a Lakeside visit or Tuesday evening. Harry Ilud.-on went to Alliance Tuesday to receive medical attention, for an abscess just below his left ear. He returned home Wednesday. Mr. Van Alstine shipped 14 car loads of cattle to Omaha Wednesday night. W. P. Trester was shopping hero Wednesday. G ool Mornings and Evenings! When You Feel Those Chills Run Up and Down Your Back Keep the "Kiddies" comfortable. Take the edge off the morn ings before you are ready to start the furnace; when you get up in the morning; in the bath room, etc. There are dozens of places where a small heater is desirable. 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Factory , Touring Car, regular $355.00 Touring Car with starter 425.00 Touring Car, with starter, demountable rims . . . 450.00 Runabout regular 325.00 Runabout with starter 395.00 Runabout with otarter, demountable rims 420.00 Sedan 660.00 Coupe : 595.00 Truck, demountable rims '. 445.00 Fordson Tractor (No change in price) ." 625.00 (Freight and War Tax Extra) These prices represent the latest reduction in the price of Ford Cars, the third reduction within the last year, and now offer to the motoring public FORD CARS at the LOWEST FIGURE EVER QUOTED on Fords. COURSEY & MILLER "VT