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BRASKA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1921.
Come to the BAZAAR Two Special Features OF ST. MATTHEWS EPISCOPAL LADIES GUILD Tuesday, November 15 CHICKEN DINNER, 5:30 to 8 p. m. BURMEISTER'S WESTERN JAZZADORES Furnish the Musis for the Dance. c CHURCH OF CHRIST. How prone we are to forget! It is vise to take an inventory of ourselves and nee where we stand. We are apt to grow indifferent toward religion or uncharitable toward our fellows. Per haps the greatest need of all is search the Scriptures and endeavor to hew to the line. At the morning hour following the communion service the minister will rcnch on the subject, "Do We Need Christ in Our Life Todiy?" The sub ject for the evening hour iiy "The Jerusalem Church." We have not quite reached the 300 1 mark at Bible school. A little greater effort and we will pass it. Boost for 300 and then come. You will receive a welcome. While we are crowded for room a place will be found for you. Seventy-five were in the Endeavor meetings last Sunday evening. We can make it one hundred. The Junior orchestra plays' at both services. Mr. Shellenberger will sing in the morning and Violinist Tom Basj will play in the evening. Come to the church with a message And a welcome. S. J. EPLER, Minister. METHODIST CHURCH. Next Sunday will be "Parents' Day" in the Sunday school. All par ents of the Sunday school children are invited to be the guests of honor. At the morning church service, the subject will be, "The Value of the Sunday School." Mr. Archie Gregory ur superintendent will make some re marks on cooperation of parents with teachers and officers, and some others Sunday evening, the King's Heralds, will speak briefly on other phases of the subject. which is the junior missionary society of the church, will give a pageant en titled, "The Garden of the Heart." Their leader, Mrs. Dow, has been training them for some time and this will take the place of the regular ser mon. The collection will go toward paying for a life membership for one of their members. A new feature will be added for a time to the Sunday evening services. A few choice religious selections will be given this week will be a tenor the opening service. The selections to the be given this week will be a tenor solo by Edward Johnson, "If With All Your Hearts," from the oratorio "Eli jah"; a string quartette, "Fugue," by Beethoven; and two selections by the Criterion Quartette, "Some Blessed Day" and "The Wayside Cross," the former of which was written by Rev. C. W. Ray, D. D. Sunday afternoon, the pastor will speak at Fairview at 3 o'clock. MEARL C. SMITH, Pastor. LUTHERAN CHURCH. Divine services in English Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clocc. Sunday school immediately after the service. You are cordially invited to attend. F. DROEGEMUELLER, Pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH. The meetings are starting off fine, and we are expecting results at the end. We were glad to welcome Broth er Emmet Johnson, a pioneer christian man, and charter member of the pio neer Canton church of memorable days. Thus we are receiving both young and well tried blood into the membership, which will in time strengthen ua wonderfully. The singing is exceptional and the choir has been out practically in full force every evening. The meetings clo.e at 8:30 to give the high school members a chance to look after their Break colds with vapors The favored treatment now is a salve rubbed on, that gives off penetrating, healing fumes. Try the vaporizing treatment for colds Vicks VapoRub. At the first sign of a cold, ap ply Vicks over throat and chest. Rub well in. Lay on a flannel cloth. Apply again at night .and arrange the bedclothes like "a funnel, so that the vapors, released by the body heat, will be freely inhaled. This is the treatment favored today by doctors and nurses for colds, bronchitis, tonsilitis, Just rub it on and breathe in the vapors spasmodic croup, sore throat -and, in modified form, for catarrh and asthma. Vicks contains the old, time tested remedies Camphor, Men thol, Eucalyptus, etc. combined by special process, so that while they penetrate and stimulate the skin, the ingredients are also released as vapors by the body heat and are breathed right into the lungs. 0C3 V A RO RUQ Over 17 Million Jan Ufd Ymarfy Follow the Crowd Where? TO THE BAPTIST CHURCH. When? EVERY EVENING. What For? TO HEAR B. J. MINORT. Doing What? it Preaching some of the best revival sermons you have ever heard. lie makes them mad, then glad with the unvarnished Gospel of the Savior Jesus Christ. Come Early, Service Starts Promptly at 7:30, Closes 8:30. Preliminary Service 7:15. 7th and Laramie. studies. Only one complaint has been heard so far, and it is so unusual that we think it worthy of mention, it was I Hupp tiuiu uiaaip uiuiuci irilllVM , jf JA don't preach long enough." Well, of all the surprises, this is the greatest However we are going to stick to the text and deliver the message as we feel moved. Tonight we preach on, "The Greater Redeemed." Tomorrow night on "Jus tification". Sunday morning on, "The Separated Church," evening on, "The Judgment." Monday on "Hell", this to be followed by a sermon on "Heaven. Remember the service begins at 7:30, preliminary song service at 7:16. TRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. November 13 to 20 is Presbyterian Magazine week. Hand your subscrip tion to the pastor and have the visits of the official magazine of the boards and agencies of the church. lhe Sunday school meets at 9:4: a. m. A thorough program of classes for all and with the best of helps and teachers is provided. Plans are being laid for the Christmas program. You boys nnd girl 3 will want to be in it. lie regular in attendnace. Morning worship, 11 a. m. "Rever ence, the Heart of Religion." Even ing service, 7:30 p. m., "Many Sides in the Character of Jesus."' Let us again in these evening services "Behold the Man." There will be special music by the choir and singing you will enjoy in these services. Come. - Midweek service, continuing our study of the great work of the church. The choir announces a supper and entertainment at the church for Thurs day evening, November 17. Supper will be served at 6:30 in the church basement. The entertainment will fol low consisting of special musical num bers and a sketch entitled, "The "Busi ness Meeting of the Roseriale Aid." It will be worth coming miles to see. In connection with tht3 entertainment will be a shower for lhe bazaar. Everyone is asked to bring some use ful saleable article which the Ladies' Auxiliary can sell at the bazaar the 1st of December. Proceeds of the supper go to the auxiliary fund. Re member the time and place. All are urged to attend. A. J. KEARNS, Pastor. LAKESIDE Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shrewsbury re turned last week from a trip by auto to Missouri, where they visited the lat ter's parents. Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Cowles left Sat urday in their car for' Omaha, to make their future home. Mrs. R. D. Kirk Patrick accompanied them for a visit. Hubert Farney received the lumber to build a dwelling house from the Gordon Vandine Co., of Davennort, la., last week, which he hauled to his ranch out north of town. Mrs. Lena Baker visited friends here Sunday. She was on her way irom I'ortiano, ure., to Texas. Mr. and Mrs. John McCord of Osh kosh visited their daughter, Mrs. Carl Miller, here this week. Clyde Simmons left Monday for a visit with his parents at Council Bluffs, la. Mrs. Ray Cameron and Pearl Tres ter drove in from their home south east of town Monday. Miss Bertha Tyler left Monday for Robinson, Kas., to visit relatives. Roy Hudson went to Alliance the first of the week to take examination for the position of section foreman, so as lo go to nyannis to relieve section foreman Harry Sturgeon at that place. Mrs. Leo Berry and Mrs. Carl Miller and Mr. and Mrs. McCord drove to Alliance Monday. Mrs. Geo. Lindley's aunt. Mrs. Shave returned to her home Sunday after a couple of weeks here keeping house for Mr. Lindley and the children, wnue nirs. i,uwiey was at the hospital A II1UIIV V Mr3. Geo. Pollard and children re turned from Halsey Monday, after a short visit at the L. B. Dillard home at that place. Joe Harter returned from Wyoming iues(iay. The second snowstorm of the reason fell luesday. Huber Hord of Central City is in town on company business. Frank DeFrance drove up from the rancn v eunesuay morning. lhe ladies aid society met at the church Wednesday. Pete Kearney was in town on busi ness inursday. Mrs. George Lindley cama home Thursday after a few weeks' stay at the hospital in Alliance. We are glad it report tnai sne is much, better. R. A. Westover and dauchtpr and Miss Mae Livings drove to Alliance fcaturaay. Miss Leah Weaver who teaches the school in the Cody district, spent the week-end with her parents at Alliance. A large number of Lakeside citizens attended the dance given at Antioch Saturday night. Mr. end Mrs. Frank De France were in town Thursday. Edward Jameson returned from Denver the latter part of the week. Bernard McCollough was in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. K. F. nW enH children, Viva and Lloyd, drove to v napneii Saturday, lhey intend to srend a couple of days at the home of ,ur. and Mrs. Clyde Empson. Al Leeman and Frank Miller left for tneir nomes in Indiana Saturday. Harold Sage and Bert Slattery drove down from Alliance Sunday. Misses Alice Schill and Wilma Mote spent the week-end with r1.i- tives in Alliance. Mrs. George Pollard and children Fpent a few days at Halsey, Neb., the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Chris M osier and R. C. Brunson were in from the Star ranch Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carey were in from their ranch south of town Sun day. l.uther Phipps of Whitman was a Lakeside visitor the latter part of the week. J. Warren Mclntyre returned from Alliance Friday. Mrs. J. H. Lunsford of University Place, Neb., was a visitor in town the latter part of the week. BLACKROOT ' The farmers' union meeting which was held at the school house Saturday was a very interesting meeting, and there was quite a crowd present. Charles Hookham, Miss Murry and Blanche Hookham were Hemingford visitors Saturday. Jason Sheldon of Montana arrived Saturday for a short visit with rela tives.. Vincent Murphy took one of his sons to Mitchell Friday to have his tonsils removed and at this writing the boy is getting along fine. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Romer and George Roland spent Saturday evening at George Flaherty's. George Roland spent Sunday with home folks. He has been working for Joe Romer and expects to leave for his homestead soon. Dale Henderson and George Roland spent Thursday evening at George Flaherty's. Mr. and Mrs. Bain and Harry Grosse ppent Sunday at Cai Leis'. L. L. Dyer struck a streak of bad luck last week. He sold a car of spuds to a buyer in Hemingford and was to get paid for them at delivery. He de livered tbem, sacked and ported, Sat urday and after the car was loaded the buyer backed out. His spuds are in a ?ar on the track at Hemingford and he can't sell them. Grover Bain - went traveling last week and went nearly to Wyoming, re turning Saturday. Mrs. G. E. Dyer was on the sick list last week. Myrle Sheldon was on the sick list one day last week. The relatives of Mrs. Hansen have the sympathy of this community in her bereavement. If the Fowling correspondent keeps taking in so much of the Blackroot territory it will not be much use of ccntinuing Blackroot. STRIKING COMBINATION. "There's a perfect match."' "That couple over there?" "Yes; she's a spitfire and he'3 a crook." Christian Advocate. IN CHICAGO. "Arrest that man. He's imperson ating an officer." "But how do you know he's a gea uine officer?" "He refused to sell me any liquor. PROBABLY. "Whom does the baby resemble?" "Well, he has my wife's eyes and my nose, but I can't imagine where ha got his voice, unless it was from my motor siren." Th reason Hntff ALLIANCE DRUG CO. You Need a "Reed" SELF-BASTING ROASTER FOR THANKSGIVING. Why continue to use open pans and old style roast ers which waste a large part of your roast? The meat is sometimes raw at the bottom and scorched at the top; sometimes dried up. At best there is a big loss in nutri tion through evaporation. THE REED ROASTER PAYS FOR ITSELF in a few months. The self basting feature does away with eternal vigilance, it's a perfect sterilizer for canning and its easy to clean. LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU. Rhein Hardware Company Prompt and fcourteous Service V THE UNIVEB&AI. CAR The Ford Sedan is the favorite family car, scats five comfortably. While an enclosed car with permanent top, it has large windows, and may in a minute be changed to a most delightful open car with always a top protecting against the sun. In inclement weather it is a closed car, dust-proof, water-proof, cold-proof. Finely upholstered. Equipped with electric starting and lighting system and demountable rims with 3j-inch tires all around. A real family car. Anybody can safely drive it. It has all the conveniences of an electric car with the economy which goes with Ford cars, low cost of purchase price, small cost of operation and maintenance. Won't you come in and look at it? jDcn COURSEY & MILLER i Alliance, Nebraska IV i