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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1921.
Miss Wintringer to Speak in Alliance November on 6 Ow;np to a chaipr in routinf?, the Ate for tin Ircture in Alliance by Mists Mai pai d Wint tinker, woman fpeaker ft world icputiit on, ha been ennnircil fio:n November 20 to Novem ber 6. Mi.-s WintnnRor come to ai lianro timW the mi.'nicr.s c.f the Wom an's chili, W. C. T. L'. and league of, woman voters. , Miss Wint linger w.-is born in Illi nois and was its first woman to run for courier. In I'X'O Hie was Tine tt the two dry raml'date? for ron-frressman-at-lai kp. erv'.on-el by 1 1 oi the dry organizations of the Ktnt She 'will ?peak at the Methodist church Sunday nitrht, Novemlier (5, tit 7:30 o'clock. Miss Wintrinper was the onlv temperance war correspond ent in Kuropo during the war. As phe tftys ,lt had its advantages nnl dis advantage. While in Cireat Ilritain loifi hp was one of the very few Americans who attended the Shake fperean tercentenary. It is a mont interesting story and hc will pive this ttory at an afternoon meeting at the Imperial theater at 4 p. m. on the tame date. In 1 !M!, Miss Wintrinper was pent Abroad by the prohibition foundation for world' work, to make an after-the-war temperance purvey of Kuropc. fche will nive that ftory nt the evc ftinir meetine. It is an unusual op portunity to learn of the prohibition foundation for world s work. An oi ferinjr will be taken for the law en forcement campaign inaugurated by the prohibition foundation. be at the hea.l of the triumphal into the city of I'aris. This jrave the French a forty-eifrht hour respite in which they rallied their forces ami under this pieman: "They hhall rot pasx," thirty thousand Frenchmen dird nt the Marne. Knprland reinfoirinR the army drove the enemy back. Germany, at la-t under a new drive, forced the armic-of England and France to the Marne a second time, when they were met bv the kakht-clad lads under the ! Stars and Stripes, the banner that ! knows no defeat. The Germans were driven b.u-k until at last they dc-ired terms of peace. The evangelist, in his observation draws the conclusion that there will be n greater and bloodier warfare, but whi'-h could be averted if the people of the world would hum ble themselves before Almighty God and live for his glory rather than be CHURCH OF CHRIST I The meetings ptill continue with, added interest. Those who heard the sermon Monday evening on "Who Won the War?" were much interested in the array of fact .presented. Other ; subjects just as interesting will be used each evening. Wednesday, "My Experience in Con version." Thursday, "The Doctrine of Ba laam." Friday, "God" sPlan of Savin tr Men." Last Sunday w as the record-break- j ing day in the Hible school, when 271 were present. The house was filled at i all f-ervices except the afternoon when j nearly 200 had the privilege of hear j in Miss Wilkinson toll her experi-1 enees concerning her work in China. i The e are great and strenuous times . in which we are living. Many are in-' Aroiy Goods Sale ing led off after the amusements and ; different to the claims of the gospel pleasures of this life, "The sixteenth chapter of Revela-; lions predicts that the next war will le a conquest waged in the air and the hail mentioned are pas bombs A-hich will so afflict the inhabitants which will cause them to blaspheme iod. As the calamity apainst Ninc- vi;h was averted by the people tuni ng to God in their repentance, so you can avert thin greatest calamity by breaking with the world and turning to God. 1 plead with you men and women to accept Jesus Chrint and make your life count for Him. Will ou come to him tonight? 'He that hunibloth himself shall be exalted and he that exalteth himself thall be humbled." Evangelist Cooper preaches a great sermon each evening. You will desire to hear him. Evangelist Cooper ... Gives Sermon on Ts," Winning of War Evangelist Cooper, who is now hold ing a feries of most successful meet ings at the Christian church in this city, spoke Monday evening on the Mibicct. "Who Won the War?" The text was taken from Matthew 23-12 "And whosoever shall exalt himself phall be humbled; and whosoever shall humble himself shall be exalted. Mr, Cooper said, in part: "Nebuchadnezzar exalted himself as God. He boasted of his greatness and refused to heed the warning. A mania came Upon him. He went out and ate crass as the oxen for seven years. Then his reason returned to him and he recognized the power of the living Ood that he is Lord of all. "Napoleon seemed to think that there is n oGod but the god of power, He sneeringly remarked that God is on the side of the heavy artillery. But the result of his campaign at Water Joo was that there is a God who rule In the kingdoms of men. The thun rierstorm that came up made his artil lery useless wnicn caused his over throw. The Kaiser thought to exalt himself as a world ruler but as the others, God also pave him an onfect lesson whir proved his defeat and abdication. The Kaiser thinking his armies invinc'ble and that it would be n short campaign to march across Belgium, occupy Paris and thence to London, after this enter New York and thereafter the con quest of the world would be an easy matter. Upon arriving at the Marne h;s armies were halted by the order f the crown prince, who wished to while others are seriously thinking of the fact that now is the time, now is "the day of salvation." You are cordially invited to attend th eservices at the church each eve ning and hear Evangelist Cooper preach the old time gospel. STEPHEN J. EPLER, Minister. There will be a reular meeting of the Eastern Star at ihe Masoni-: hall this evening. Madt in Kodak fartories by Kodak uorimtn POINT OF ROCK CREEK Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boyer are the proud parents of a new son, who ar rived Thursday evening, October 27. Dr. F. J. Petersen was in attendance. Mr. Brown of Hemingford was a caller at Duskin s and Hashman s Thursday. Carl Hashman is hauling potatoes to Berea. The Essex boys are working on the road this week. Alex Underwood bought a bunch of cattle at the sale north of Alliance Friday and brought them to the ranch. Mrs. J. Duskin called at the Lore home Friday. Harry Wamper Is hauling hay lor Ben Swanson. Alex Underwood took ten hogs to town Thursday, which averaged 420 Dounds apiece. Underwood's know how to grow hogs. Ernie Weinell, Edgar and i-ester Hashman motored to Alliance Thurs day. Tanlnc now has the largest sale of any medicine in the world. There is a "reason. F. E. Holsten. Drs. Jeffrey & Smith have moved their office to the Norton block, over Harper's Dept. Store. Room No. 2. 97-98 Will meet all competi tion on apples, honey, flour, meal and feed. W.E. Cutis. 97-98 Tanlac has mad" life worth living for millions of people who had almost given up hope. It will do the same for you. F. E. Holsten. Autographic Brownies Frankly we consider the Auto graphic Brownie one of the"bft bu)t'that our photographic de partment hat to offer and that is a rral tribute. Any one, however, can see value plus, price considered in an efficient firture-maker fitted with care ully tested lens and shutter that folds like a Kodak, and like a Kodak has the autographic feature. No 2 Folding Brownir, pictures J'i i 3S inchd $ 9.00 No. A Folding Brownie, picture! l'ix'i inchrt $10.00 No. .'C Folding Brownie, pictures ih t Inches $13.50 No. 3A Folding Brownie, pictures y, 5!a iiurrc $15 Off Holsten's i If You Would Look Yoethfol. .. . YOU MUST KEEP YOUR GRACEFUL, GIRLISH LINES V NMfttlFTyS Now Open to the Public at Alliance, Neb. The Sensational Reductions on this Merchandise is the TALK OF THE TOWN Never before have the people of Alliance and sur rounding country been able to buy such merchandise at these low prices. We are here to give the public REAL MERCHANDISE such as Blankets, Overcoats, Mackinaws, Leather Vests, Underwear, Work Shoes, Dress Shoes, Sox, Sweaters, Hospital Blankets, Leather Coats, Raincoats, Shirts, In dian Blankets, Pants, Breeches, Caps, Etc., Etc FOLKS, IT WILL PAY YOU TO TRAVEL MILES to get in on these wonderful bargains. siisassiiiiiiMsisassisMiniisiasiHMiiMHiSHSMiiiiSiisiisssssasisiasiisasiasiasia PAY US A VISIT AND BE CONVINCED Army and Navy Stores LOOK FOR THE BIG LETTER SIGN Open Evenings until 8 p. m. 119 Box Butte Avenue, Alliance A Nemo Wonderlift Corset has an adjustable Lastikops Bandlet hidden be neath the corset-skirt which returns to, and keeps in, their normal positions the frail abdom inal organs. This restores to the figure its nat urally slim, youthful lines and your health and style are both benefited. No. 554 Fine, white coutil; sizes 23 to 36 Price $7.25 While In Our Shop Secure a Circlet which gives the same flat, fashionable lines above the waist as" the Nemo Corset does below. Circlets $1.50 to $5.00 Horace Bogue Store nca "rade at Morgan's We Have Begun on This Date to Sell For Cash Only We Will Deliver Your Order to Your Door or You Can Carry It Away A FEW OF THE NEW CASH PRICES AT OUR STORE MEAT DEPARTMENT Veal Stew', lb 7c Veal Roasts, lb !2V2c Veal Steak, lb 17c Pork Roasts (loin), lb.. . . . .22c Pork Chops, lb 23c Flank Beef Boil, lb ...7c Rib Boil, lb 7c' Shoulder Roasts, lb 10c Round Steak, lb 15c Best Steaks, lb ! 18c Best Sliced Bacon, lb 35c GROCERIES Sugar, 13 lbs $1.00 Celluloid Starch, pkg 10c Best Coffee in town try this, 1-lb. can 35c Uncolored Japan Tea, 35c value, pkg 20c Pure Jams and Preserves, 45c value, jar 30c Please don't ask for Credit, as we sell for CASH ONLY, and we will always be lower than elsewhere. Morgan Grocery Co. Highest Prices Paid for Fresh Eggs and Country Butter Phone 589 M