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THE AI.L1AKCE HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1921.
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Inquire 816 Chey enne Avenue. 99-tf THE POTATO MARKET Western Nebraska, Central District Practically no wire inquiry or out side demand, movement light. No car lot sales reported. Wagonloads cash to growers Haulings light, light de mand for seed stock, market steady, Bulk Bliss Triumphs No. 1 seed, most ly 51.50. PLEASANT VALLEY Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Brown were shopping in Alliance Saturday. Several from this neighborhood at tended the birthday surprise at the Geo. Osbom home Saturday night, in honor of Mr. Osbom and his son, Thomas , birthday Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. Lou Roberts. O. W. Cox and family spent Sunday at the Thomas Squibb's home. Mrs. James Ervine and Mrs. E. J. Bryant were shopping in Hemingford Friday. Miss Leota Squihbs is at home a few days on account of sickness. Roy Rader was a pleasant caller at the Squihbs home Sunday evening. Ferg Timblin left Sunday morninjr for Pine Ridge to bring back some wood. Glen Osborn and family call;! at the Ix)u Roberts home Sunday evening. Miss Fern Eaton spent Saturday and Sunday at her home in Hemin,? ford. MODERN HOUSEKEEPING "Is your wife a good cook?" asked Smith. "I'll say she is!" replied Jones. "Gosh! You ought to taste her home brew !" The Printed Message of Christmas Cheer There is no one item, at such small cost, that ap proaches the Christmas card as a remembrance of a friend by a friend. There is nothing that so cements the rood will of a business institution as a thoughtful greeting to its customers, clients, associ ates and competitors. Without forgetting the sentimental feature of Christmas giving, the print ed greeting comes mighty close to being GOOD BUSI NESS for both individual and firm. Place your orders with us now for your Christinas Printing, and be surevof early delivery. Burr Printing Co. I-'-'- --: " ...li:'-..t-.'..iihMr1:'.i,.'-- ?Jbsm ,minL..iknfal,llim THE PARSONS CORNER By Rev. B. J. Mirtort, Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Alliance) Christ and the Socir.1 Life. (Continued from Tuesday's Ilerrdd) The modern church leaders yeem to overlook one of the most imnort:int parts of the young people's nutuvo the social. This forms IX) per cent of the makeup of the young. At nn early age, yea, as balx-s we see it cropping out. The church thnt seeks to 'velop the religious nature of the young tnd neglect the social, is not looking after the needs of the young, or developing a well rounded character, but a lop sided Christianity. Man is a four-fold creature. He has a physical, moral, social and religious nature. To develop one or more of these and neglect one or more is to de velop a lopsided character. Thj trou ble with the church of the present p.ue is that it has been doing hat very thing; consequently the church hns not the attention of the young as ome of the social organizations have. "At the right hand there is pleasures for ever more," are the words of one who was looking at man's entire nature. A preacher of this town condemned the writer because he ' attended a wrestling match, as setting a danger ous example before the young. Put nowhere in the Bible do we find that the young christian is to be robbed of the usual pleasures of life, be they athletics, or the more general social gatherings. The writer as a young man was an inveterate boxer, .nd we do not believe that now, as a minister, we are any more moral than .ve were then. There is nothing more manly than a clean boxing contest or -nest-ling for either man or woman. Boxing is almost universally con demned hv the minif trv of thi rnnnrrr- but why? They can give no reann, save mat it is "brutal." well, we love football and baseball, and practically every other sport going, but I must ftflv. from e v norlonr a f rnrn vvifl-iiw J - - r - - ' v . i , that football has boxing "skinned sky high for real brutality" if we may so call it. These criticisms of boxing and wrestling are in a class with the criti cism of the writer by a woman mem ber of his church, who said, "I think that the pastor is setting a very un christian example before the young when he goes out and kills those inno cent squirrels." She maintained it was cruelty and would lead the young to thinking of murdering human beings, etc., etc. Yet that same woman did not hesitate to murder her neighbor's character. Young people need recreation, ant' Christ rejoiced in seeing the children at play. (Matt 11:16-19.) The nee: of good wholesome recreation is unl versal, and some general principles are laid down in the Bible for christians to guide themselves by. The following might be mentioned: We may indulge in anything cbout the propriety of whicl we have no doubt. Foi Our worthiness as funeral directors is a fact firmly es tablished in the public mind. Our equipment, our experience and our politeness bring comfort to those who are in need of our services. We are noted for our painstaking attention to details. Miller Mortuary MORTICIANS Phones: Day. 311 Night, 522 or 533 on oor. Door. . V ovtu fcMN J NQTH .?A . Romans 14:13 says: "Whatsoever is of doubt is sin." Each must make the ap plication to his own life. Let every man be guided by his owrf conscience. We may ingnge in anything that we cr.n do so to the glory of God. If by going here or there, or doing fo ami so, 1 am convinced that I am disgrac ing or dishonoring the cause of reli gion I nin to refrain. 1 Cor. 10:31. Read for yourself. We enn r'o anything that will t.ot hurt our in!luerct:s as christians with the non-christian . Some amusements that ore harmless in themselves hurt our influence with a certain class that we are trying to win fo rGod. II. Cor. 8:10. Paul said that if eating meat causes his brother to stumble he would refrain from eating meat. This is to to be taken comparatively and figura tively. We may engage in any amusement that we can make a matter of prayer. If you cannot ask God's blessing upon what you are doing, or where von are going, it is a pretty good M$n that it is wrong. Can you ask God to help you win at a poker game? If so, play poker. Can you at k God to helo vour effort at slandering the neighbor 1 If so, slander. Can you ask God to help you dance well in the publLs dance hall? If so, it is your duty to go. This argument applies to all amuse ments of any kind. This may keep you away from certain church gather ings. Who knows? Again, we may go anywhere where we have reasons to believe Christ would go with us. Would Christ feel at home in a brothel, or on the .'loor doing the shimmy? If o, it is not wrong for you to go there. If not it is wrong for you to go. I may do anything or go anywhere in which I would like to be found, should Christ return while I am here. For lie is coming again suddenly and we should be found doing what would not cause us to blush were he to surprise us in it. These few principles are unerring guides to amusements for christians. POINT OP ROCK CREEK Guy Speaker of Curley visited at A. Lore's a few days. Miss Jessie Burns began her school Monday in district No. 17. Mrs. G. M. Burns stayed a few days w'th her elaughter, Miss Jessie, at A. Lore's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vaughn visited with MYs. Ada Langford Sunday. Ernie Essex was a caller at Swan son's Wednesday. Arthur Tabor and Orma Nichols are trapping at Kilpatrick's dam. Miss Margueriette Lore, Ernie Wienell and Lester Hashman took sup per with Mrs. Amy Schwaderer Sun day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Schwaderer visited at Wills' Sunday. John Lore and G. Schwaderer ship ped their cattle Saturday. Edgar Hashman was a caller in Snake Creek vicinity Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Coufiled was callers at Nichols' Saturday. Lester Hashman is working on the road. f'-rl Hashman is on the sick list this week. . 123 West Third Street Gene Byrnes Says: "It's a Great Life Cal Hashmnn called at Frank Vaughn's Sunday evening. Walter Curley's mother is very low. They expect to take her to the hwpital this Meek. FOWLING Everyone Mas surprised to see a snow storm, niter a couple davs of summer weather. Henry Koos and wife were Homing ford callers Saturday. The dance jit Iln:l. m'c c .,..,! ... mght was well attended and a big time was vrp i ted by all. Jonn'e Wilkins was an Alliance vis itor Mlurday. Frank Cnha and son, Charles, of Hemingford visited with his brother, Joe. Sunday. They spent the morning hunting on the creek. The Peterson children spent Tups. day nirht at the Huilbuit home, while their parents were in Alliance. Mrs. A. J. Elsea is visiting friends in Hemingford this week. Thorwald Lunn motored to Homing ford Saturday in Laui sen's truck. James Kennedy and wife motored to Alliance Saturday. The fanners' union tnoolinnr Mrna wen attendee and a hne time reported. The ladies served refreshments ufter the meeting. f James Eaton is busy hauling wed potatoes. C. P. Mann and wife were Alliance callers one day last week. Lou Hood and family were callers at the Peterson home Sunday afternoon. This community was saddened to hear of the death of Mrs. Hansen, an old resident of this vicinity. We wish to jo:n with the entire community in offering our sympathy to the bereaved family. Mrs. Langford received word from her son, Altert. that he had reached Las Vegas, N. M., and that his health was considerably improved. There is to be a farewell dance at the John Lulu home Saturday night ir .. .. : Service First South The Corn The Service and Facili ties are Better than Ever Before UNION STOCK YARDS Company, of Omaha, Ltd. Service First honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Butler, who expect to leave soon for Califor nia. Everyone invited. Cam Eeton and wife and son, of Alliance spent Saturday night and Sunday with his brother, Jim and fam ily. The Wilkins' young folks attended tho dance at Duskin's Saturday night. Jay Hall nnd family motored to Hemingford Saturday. They spent ti e n'yht at the Jenkins home. The road men were n round in this vicinity Monde y setting flakes for a read. Jake Winter and brother, Emil, were Hemingford callers Saturday Leo lirandle was a caller' at El sea's Sunday evening after a stray calf. James Eaton and family sxnt Tues day evening st the Hurlburt home. Theodore Johnson and family of Oregon, who have been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Peterson, for the past week left Monday,, going to Heming ford for a few days' visit. Then they expect to motor to Omaha and on to the eastern part of the stnte. Their son, John, expects to start for Norway soon to visit relatives. We notice that Thornwald Lunn has built an auto gate on the road to town. We would be glad if more peo ple would follow his example. Emil Winter, Leo Brandle and Jake Winten and sons were hunting on the creek Sunday. Mr. Hookham and family were Hemingford callers Saturday. Raymond Kapper ami Mr. Feather kile were business callers at Eaton's Wednesday. RUNNING WATER. Mrs. E. M. Stake of Morrill was vis iting last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. L. A. Howser. (juite a few farmers are making the trip to the Pine Creek mill to exchange wheat for flour last week. C. M. Bow ser, T. O. Myers, George Parkyns, J. Jelinek and Allen Gordon mads the Service First Omaha Belt Market Service First If You Don't Weaken." trip this Lift week. Wm. Ather, Mike ....-..v.. 1uv.rn, wr, nucKe ann Oenrge Parkyns nlo went. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Macek of Hemingford spent Sunday at tho Jor-pylind farm. Mrs. M. T. Coffin returned homo With Mr?. E. M. Stake to Fpend a few weeks at hpr rimirhtcr's home. Mrs. Walla of Morris Bluffs Is hero visit ing with her daughter, Mrs. Anton usmnai. The Hunning Water local spent nm enjoyable evening Friday. After tho bus'npss meeting was disposed of tho hostesses of the evening enteitaineil with music nnd the old time songs, nfter which they served a luncheon of sandwiches and cotree. The bazaar and supper given by tho Jolly Neighbors club netted the m,m of $23 which is to be sent to the Ne braska Homeless Children's society. L. A. Bowser and C. M. Bowser made a sale of Jersey cows, each sell ing two milch cows for f 125 upieco pnd the heifers for $75. WELDING GEO. n. 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