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MTTIIKKAN (Ht U( II. Tin: alliance, .ferald, fiuday, SEPTEMBER 23, 1921. On Sunlay mnrninK at I0.M0 o'clock we nhall have (krinvn wnvicp. Sun ilay whool brains at 10 o'clock. F. UROCGKMUlil.LliK, Tustor. ST. M ATT H K W'S I '. I'IS l I A L. Sunday whool at 10 a. m. MornirifT scrvico.s at 11 a. m. Morn ing prajx-r ami instruction. Suljct: "For by the (Jrealnos. .of tlicj Hcuuty, :m of the Creature, Uw .Creator , of them may be soon, ko uh to ik known thereby."' Wiwl." UJ-5. Lvcnintr nomces al K p. m. i.ven- injr Fons nnl nr-tnion- Subject: "Many jre CalliMi but l ew t.tiosc-n. Matt, i'O-16. All are welcome. . ANDREW O. DOUCE, Rector. lo m nut roni'iij to b r xr-ivirr-M. i lejitlirr, jut fiv her to him and I Morning K i m.in, "The Imitat on will rwike out the bill of sale. If they ( ommittre", Eveninir, "The Four'ci.n't ile her I nuppose I will liave to Fools of Alliance." I take her back and turn her out to t ome where you nre needed; y ,y ! pasture." nce.l u; we n. you. ' i Glonn Shivclv, kin of the bu-uh H. J. MINOIIT, Pastor. whtf wll rile nt the fair, has a eish offer up to go to the owner of any r NEBRASKA NEWS NOTES METHODIST CHURCH.' The chufcli night service Wednesday Ttifrht was an evidence that the spirit f loyalty and deep seated ronsecra tion is increasing umong our people. A (rood number wer present and every one ppokeon the ."Needs of Our Church This Year." Some very help ful ideas were riven. . , The pastor feel thai emphasis of fiur work this year is a deepening of the spiritual life of our people. In tertse elforts will be made to bring people to Christ and into the member thip of the church, but much atten tion will also be given to developing those who are already church mem Ikts into lively Christians. We have .'ome who will pray in' public, but we need more. We have ho me tithers but wc need more. We have Homo who will do personal work, but must have more. In accordance with these ideas, the M-rmon topics for next Sunday will be is follows: 11 a. in., "The Steward ship of Prayer". 7:30. "Need of a Vision". We invite all those who have no other church home to worship with "S M. C. SMITH, Pastor. No l id K. K. K. . . . The Ku Klux Klan! wouidn t organize n society among the university students even if the stu dents desired to wear white hhrouds nnd cheese cloth over their faces with a hole cut in it, nince the law of the university prohibits Mudcnts from jo;ning any eecret organization. Such is a written statement purporting to. imh.t hum, nip i,mrom order or the Klan which was sent to the Daily Ne bra.sknn, ofl'icijl publication of the University of Nebraska. The state ment further sets out that if individ ual students desire to knrwlr at Ik. noiNe he cannot rule without pulling tracks. The lnes were in a perfect ,.,,, .,ui ittu.. um vii i wani nis state or preservation, embedded in money. "I just want to give the marc blue clay. ' to wrnc good horseman who can ' . handle her," he said, "but I don't be- ( Geneva First Mayor in Dead. Iieve Shivc y or any other man can. I GENEVA Dr. Hiram Leslie Smith, cannot ride her myself and I have who died nt the home of his son here r:.uien some pretty gooi noi ses in my Sunday was the oldest resident of this Ditch Diners Unearth Matodnn. j Our nmntur golfers d'dn't pet far LINCOLN Hones of a mastodon, a in Eugland, but our professional steel prehistoric elephant now extinct, were manufacturers managed to slip into found luesday by Joe Douglas, a India and capture a big contract. worKer on Arvnur uooson s Fewer in t there a moral in that ouini, m a nepin oi iouneen leet,' where" while excavating three blocks south of South street near the Pock Island some time, In addition to the maneuvers exe cuted by most well regulated outlaws Spitfire has a few of her own inven tions, but nevertheless several riders who never before have tried it have signed up to ride her The good o rt cost plu.4 clays have given way to the cost cuss days. No matter how deaf she can always hear a love you." a woman man Fay, "I Even if a fellow does not pet murh. Rood out of his garden, he should re member he has provided both food pnd amusements for the rabbits, squir ids, blackbirds, bugs and Mich thuif. But would not a tax on bach Mori confirm them in fancying their state a privilege ? Retiring pessimistic rumors from e reu'ation will do much to Dut tnnnoir into it Poor Pickings for Lawyers iiiVWi.w Lawyers nave poor pickings in getting pardons for con victs, since the new law calling for an open hearing on applications has been door of the "Kavern" in Lincoln And' nut intn pflWt. rufnrdintr tn n ctat. -eek .to learn the password, they will jmc-nt by N. T. Harmon, parole officer. CHURCH OF CHRIST "Who's Who in the Kingdom?" and "Are Divisions sensible ami Scrip tural?" or "God's Plan for Christian Unity," are subjects to Ik discussed for the sermon: next Lord's day. The bible M'hool and christian endeavor meetings at usual hours. The Wed nesday evening meeting of the church is open for all. At the mid-week meetings to begin October K, with C. W. Cooper as evangelist. The annual business meeting of the church will be held next Thursday evening Sept ember 2'). At this time veport will be given and officers will le elected. On Friday evening September 30, the En deavorers w'll e-tve a watermelon so cial at the church. The state convention of churches of Chrict will be held at lla.-d.ings Octo- berber 3-6. Each of these conventions nre mode to aouaint the memlter ship and others with the inisitant meetings or the church away from home. Plan to attend these meetings if possible. Come to the church with a message and u welcome. STEPHEN J. EPLEIC, Minister get the pass on sign signified through the medium of the big toe on the right foot instead. The "official" Klan docu ment followed a statement by Chan cellor Samuel Avery that if any stu dents showed Ku Klux Klan proclivi ties for working in the dark, secretly, he would send them back to the old i arm wnere they could do twilight milking instead of twilight Ku Klux Klanning. Outlaw Horse a Prize. O'NEM, Spitfire, most noted of the outlaw horses of western Nebraska and Wyoming is going to be given aw-ay to the man who can and does ride her at the Holt county fair this week. Spitfire is a standard bred mare weighing one thousand pounds and never yet has been ridden without pulling leather. Her owner, Wallace Reim, southern Holt county ranchman Is getting old and onlv locntlv Buf fered an attack of nnnfndi.;tia uk,vk he believes incapacitates him from further tussles with the mare which has thrown every one of the many riders who have tried to master her at roughrid.'ng exhibitions. criDDlinir many and causing others to nbrndnn careers as bioncho busters in the earl Saturday the old ranchman h-d the mare into O'Neill and turned her ovei to the county fair officials. "I'm afraid she'll hurt f-ome of the bovF down around the ranch if don't get rid of her," he sorrowfully told th fair management, "but she is too goo a mare to kid. If any of the boy; cun ride her here without pullinf Harmon declared that out of the 234 applications for clemency heard by the board since the new law went into ef- lect that only 20 of the applicants em ployed attorneys. The lawyers won 11 of their fights for clemency and lost nine. There has been only one firm w hich has handled more than one application for clemency since the law v ent into effect, declares Harmon. Sandslormers Elect Officers. OMAHA Former members of the 3 1th or "Sandstorm" division holding their first reunion since the armistice Wednesday adopted without a dissent ing vote the constitution and by-laws for an incorporated organization to be known as the thirty-fourth division veterans' association. T. P. Holiowell, warden of the Iowa State penitentiary Mason City, la., was named president while General John A. Johnston ol Washington, D. C. former commander of the division, was selected as hon orary president. All officers are to Fcrve for one year. Mtt.OOO Fire Near Kearney. KEARNEY Large barn and sheds on the K Sicbenalcr farma mile east of Elmcreek, was destroyed by fire late Saturday, with all contents. The owner was .absent at the time, but his wife discovered the blaze and called Elmcreek for hip. A bucket brigade responded and saved oth r bui dine All farm machinery on the place, ir iddit.on to i,2(M) bushels of wheat nuch corn and hay were destroyed the toss is placed at almost $10,000 vitn nine insurance. place, lacking but a month of being 03 ' years old. Lr. smith was Geneva s first doctor and mayor, and was noted for what he had done for civic im provement. Despite the fact that his legs had been amputated because of an infection, he maintained his inter est in. the town's affairs. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon. BAPTIST CHURCH.-. Is the church a working-man's or ganization? In order to get a correct answer for this question, f0 churches in ten denominations were sent ques tionnaires and the result is interest ing. Out of the 21,015 members, forty r cent were males, and J:5 per cent ere professional men, C.5 per cent were capitalists, 7 per cent were small business men, clerical wage earners $2 Iter cent, skilled mechanic 2H per cent, unskilled laborers 17 per cent. It will be seen that a total of 77 per cent are wage earners. The church is evi dently a workingman'd organization. When it comes U official boards pro fessional and business men make up forty-eight per cent, and working men fifty-two per cent. Let the bulk of tlie working men ne glect the very organization that exerts its great influence to the betterment of the working class. Mr. Working .Man, will you coninue to bile the hand that is helping to feed you? Will you allow the church to go down fighting for you? Thin is what you RALLY DAY In all the services of the Church and Sunday School. " Sunday, September, 25 GOAL 150 IN SUNDAY SCHOOL A Hearty Welcome Awaits -You. First Presbyterian Church WYOMING HOMESTEADS We are now actively en jrapred in locating hoine eekers on desirable 610 acre grazing homesteads in central Wyoming. The ear lier you go the better the choice. Our charges are extremely reasonable, con sidering the service render ed. Inquire. FARMS and RANCHES We have several custom ers for good liox Dutte farms and sandhill ranches. Submit full description and prices with terms on your property. ALLIANCE CITY PROP ERTY Desirable renters want vacant houses or rooms. What have you? We have a few customers for snaps in city property. Come to our office in the Reddish Block Phone 20. The Thomas Company LLOYD C. THOMAS, Mgr. Alliance, Neb. Service First Service First South Omaha The Corn Belt Market m The Service and Facili ties are Better than Ever Before UNION STOCK YARDS Company, of 0maha"Ltd. Service First Service First Dynamite Blast Causes Excitement. NEBRASKA CITY A flying tim ber crashed through the roof of the Missouri Pacific station and pierced the ceiling of the room where the arent was working when a hundred rounds of dynamite was exDloded Monday afternoon by County Engineer rat Courtney m the channel of North I able creek, in an effort to straighten out the bed of the river. Mud and rocks were thrown five blocks ami eifiht holes were ripped through the roof of the station bv the debris, and the buildinir was veritably pla.stered with mud. No one was injured Accident Victim Buried at OshKosh. OSHKOSH Mrs. Alta Reed of Osh- kosh was killed last Wednesday in an automobile accident at Ixnfr Beach, Cal. The funeral was held here Tues- lay, with interment in Antcloune Val ley cemetery. Mrs. Reed was the laughter of the late John Henderson.! one of the earliest settlers of this county. The cool summer nronhet wna n ! cheerful citizen while he lasted. i HOG Pur j Bred Duroc ALE AT Rushville, Neb. Oct. 8, 1921 50 PURE BRED HOGS Sws wtth litters and spring: boars, sired by Sensation by Sensation boars. Write for Catalogue. R. L. OLDS, Rushville J. B. MUSSER, Rushville LARGER PICTURE OF THE PUZZLE WILL BE SENT ON How Many Objects or Articles in This Picture Start With the Letter "B" It Costs Nothing to Try. Th MliitUa of th. "B-Wwl" Pfctarc paiIl. j-m-h. 1-fclrtr rli-nr4. .111 k. - JX'IZ .11 ZZT'r7Vm r M. ' th. m Plotur. will dawn Uaickt Bad f rt Open . to All. Everybody Join. Not a Subscription Contest Thia ia not a subscription contsst and you da net Paul Daily Nsws to win a prizo. If your answer to prixo by tha judge you will win S20, but if you wo special offer. Ily ifMlln In an. r two yrarly saberriptlsaa (uttlmaja Mbaorlptioii yeu mi .ubwrlpUun, new .r renewal rtMn wiU roa.t) to The H4. rul Dally K.we at (4.64 m yrwr (mid SI.M for th. His; tMmday Nrw. yea rem wta as "' o IW er St.&ue a In nth. This la a Itoaas reward fur booSrm, Her.'s hew: If year trnwer te the "B-Werd" Pletare Fassle I. ewrdl flnt prise by th. udsea aad yoa have seat In ONE yearly Mibsrrlption te Th. W. Iaa IHuly Mews at M.M. yea will recelre CAM imtrad ef fit. $3,500 in Cash Prites. Winning Answers Will Receive Cash Prizes According to Table Below: Whea Na Whes) Oh Whea Twe Habepr1ptlMsSuiaerpUas) ftubaertpUras Are Sreit. I. aa. Are ((rat. 1st Prize... $20.00 $500.00 $1,500.00 2d Prize... 10.00 250.00 '50.00 3d Prize... 5.00 125.00 500.00 4th Prize... 5.00 50.00 250.00 5th Prize... 5.00 50.00 100.00 6th Prize... 3.00 40.00 80.00 7th Prize... 3.00 30.00 60.00 8th Prize... 3.00 20.00 40.00 9th Prize... 2.00 10.00 20.00 10th to 30th 1.00 5.00 10.00 OTK la the ev.al the winner ef flret prise hae nat anlirird with salMvipin and faila to win the fall !. tua babtare ef tble prise nanry snail be divided prepartionMrly inuu the remaining prise wtauers wbe nave tiaalifled nllh aebM-riptieiu. hth-R wnlii.n r? inoU -"kMrtptioii to Tho St. th MB-Word Picture Pul. i. . i-j .. uld lik to win mor. than 20, w ar makina this If. year answer Is jaaJifled by a uu ulrrinii -- ren. te The bt. Pn.1 idlj n5w. IhT Ta tjlnd I- a!. . . . iT. 1 "J JTJ ""l rere ve f;M and ee eL? V J."- will rlv. e,tm IJZmZS Z every ene ef la M prises, wbea se barn pt lane era mrni Observe These Rules Av aaa. IS BIS I laaia Bat Ma. leaa. 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