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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1921.
LUTHERAN CHURCH. Divine servfee Sjnday morning at 10:30 in German. Sunday scImoI fat 10 o'clock. Come and worship with F. DROEGEM HELLER, Pustor. BAPTIST CHURCH. People cannot speak in high enough terms of the meetings now going on under the guidance of the paor. Neither can he speak in high enough terms for the faithfulness of his peo- le. With but few if any exceptions h church membership has stood by the meetings nightly. The choir could , not have done better. We close next Sunday night, notwithstanding there is Treat demand that the pastor con tinue at least one more M eek. Hut we fchall hold to our winter's program which called for two weeks meeting. Several additions thus far have been voted on Bnd several more have prom ised to come in with us. Sunday morning the service will be ppccial, in honor of the old people. Kveryone with a car is asked to find pome old man and woman and Jtring them to church.v The pastor will have a special message for them. At the evening service we will have the privilege of having with u.s Mr. Mann's orchestra which will furnish the music. Tomorrow night the pastor preaches on "Baptism Docs it Save? Why it Docs Not." B. J. MIN'ORT, Pastor. CHURCH OF CHRIST. The Apostle Taul said, "I am not ashamed f the Gospel for it is the power of God until salvation to every one that believeth." The gospel being the power, let us rely upon that to win souls to Christ. Again we read, "It pleased God by the foolishness of preaching to save them that believe." The minister will preach his sermons for next Lord's Pay using the subjects, "TVl l.tfrht of iha Wnt-1.1 on. I "TK. Age-Long Battle". It will do you good to attend these ser-vices. In the morn ing, come in time to be in a Bible class at 10 o'clock. On " account , of the storm last Sunday we lacked about CO of having 300 in Bible school. We can make it next Sunday if we will try. .The mid-week meeting on Wednes day evening is the place for all to at lend. 'the Junior Orchestra plays every Sunday, both morning and evening. Come to the church vith a message and a welcome. S. J. EFLER, Minister.' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. This is Presbyterian Magazine week. All over the United States the Pres-' byterian church i trying to get its own Presbyterian people to read about their own great work in the Kingdom of God, through their own official medium, the Presbyterian Magaiine, a publication of from -50 to 60 pages' coming every month for only 75c a year and worth' double the price. Every month there are articles of in terest from the whole field of service of the Presbyterian church. Hand your subscription to the pastor. To make it possible for you to know about the forward movements of Christian ity is an integral part of the church's work. Next Sunday's services: Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. The only medal ever won by Will Hays, postmaster general, who by the way is a Ires byterian elder, was one for regular at tendance at Sunday school. Can you qualify in the same class as this na tional leader? Attend one of the classes in our school Sunday morning. You will be made welcome. - Morning worship, II u. m., "The "Gentleness of God," text, "Thy gen i natn made me great." Tsalm 18; 30. Evening service, 7:30 p. m.: Annual praise service of Woman's Missionary society. The program follows: Owning verses. "Pass. It On" Mrs. R. L. Harris Song "My. Faith Looks Up to Thee" . Congregation Responsive Reading : 1 ...Led by Mrs. Ella Young Trayer Mrs. W. C. Mounts Anthem - Choir Scripture Lesson Mrs. V. J. Peterson Song "Love Divine all Ixive Ex celling" Congregation Announcements Solo Mrs. J. S. Rhein ! "Echoes of Nebraska Svnodical Meeting" Mrs. Harriet Vance "Outline of our Home Mission Work" Mrs. R. L. Harris Offering. Hymn "Joy to the World" Congregation Benediction Rev. A. J. Kearns M. E. CHURCH. Rev. Mearl C. Smith, who is visiting at Kushville, announces that he will return in time to conduct the regular Sunday services at the Methodist church. imTTfflnffltmjmtmmmmiMHiimm For the common everyday ills of mankind there 1s nothing to ejual Tanlac. F. E. Holsten. 102 Fourth Street Market FLOUR We have just received another car load of "PRIDE OF THE ROCKIES" FLOUR Priced as follows: : "Pride of the Rockies" 48 lb. bag .$1.65 "Pride of the Rockies" 5 bag lots ..... .$1.60 "Pride of the Rockies" Meal, 10 lb. bag . .35c "Pride of the Rockies" Whole Wheat Flour, 10 lb. bags 50c "Pride of the Rockies" Graham Flour, ' 10 lb. bag 50c Fourth Street Market ntttiiiiiitmmiiiiuiimmmmt This is GoQd Weather For Bad Colds Meritol Cherry Bark Cough Syrup (with Guiacal and Eucalyptus). Penslar White Pine and Spruce Balsam, (Mentholated). , Nyal Pine Balsam (Mentholated). ANY OF THESE WILL RELIEVE BAD COLDS AND COUGHS ; 4 : 25c 50c $1.00 Try our Lunch when you eat down town. Reserve place for Thanksgiving dinner. Special Lunch on Saturdays, F. J. Brennan MEETING AN ACQUAINTANCE. J'Well fathaluwamike. Mael watt- ayou doin' heer?" Oh, Idunno; whattayou doin ?" "Same thing syou, I betcha. Ha-ha!" 'Ho-ho!" ( "Say, Mae howsya sweetie?" "Sav, lissen, Peg Himmin me sfin hed." "Smatter youanim avvarow did- ja?" "You seddit. Heyaint gonna cumma myshack an call me no goldigger, heyaint." "Ooh, gee! Pee call ya one? Ohtha fresh thing!" fresh snght. All laskim howde ka hlowme tapaira satin kicks." "Whadce say?" "Hcsez, 'Kid,' hesez, 'yasome gol- ligger. Chewa thinka takinacure fatha gimmick?'" "ratha luvvamike! Whatju do?" "Say, lissen. I gossomad.- I tookis coatdnhat riftofTona rack an hannem toum. Heyaint gonna call me no gol Hgger. . "Ooh gee, wuzzee sore? "I'll snyeewuz." "Ooh Mae. whadee do?" "Eejus grabsislid an beatisofT. Iyaint seenim since. 1'utee yaint gonna call me no goldigger. ..." "Goodriddance huh, kid? "Oh, Idunno. Hewuz kina cute. I guessafeel kina blue nboutit. Butee yaint gonna call me1 go goUligger. . ." Acourse heyaint. Say, ainat Harry enjoe downa block?." "Where? Oh yeah, sureta Harryan- joe. Y'oo-hoo, Harryanjoe! Yoo-hoo;" bay, 1'eg, les makem blowusa soda- an takeusup onna bus." "Y ou seddit. Common, doncha giwa rap fya sweetie, Mae." "Well, heyaint gonna call me no gol digger. : Iyaint no goldigger. . . ." "Acourse youwaint Say, dya think wecaget Harryanjoe tatakeusa din "Sure!.. Leaveittamekid." "Say, Peg ..." "Wattizit, deerie?" "Chu be sorfa guy callja goldig ger?" Henry William Hanemann, in Lite. PERFECTLY SIMPLE. Rub: What do vou think causes the high cost of living? Dub: Having to pay so much for things. Life. adies Coats 'An exceptional Bargain 'Festival special Coat val ues $25.00 to $37.50 f or-this sale at $15.0o! $3.95 Ladies' and Misses' Shoes of brown and black Calf; Cuban arid Military Heels; values up to $8.50, for this sale at - , $3.95 $2.95 Ladies' Shoes of black, brown and grey Kid; lace, all cloth top; values up to $10.50, going at $2.95 The Horace Bogue Store matt iiniiiniiiiiiiiii.ninittiitw.atIi:iIltt!I!Itt!lltlTt!:ittttlttMliiii8MfiiM --- 1,? jj ' Specials In Army Goods Heavy double back Gas Mask Raincoats, the kind that sold as high as $15. Special price during Thanksgiving week , . , -88.75 .Heavy Moleskin Coats, sold as high as $20. While they last; only- 810.85 Sheep Lined Duck Coats, made of the best material. Worth $1$ special- 10.85 GIRLS! GIRLS! GIRLS! New Jackie Middie Blouses. Worth as high as $12; special . 84.85 Araiy &. Navy Stores Open Evenings Until 8:00 p. m. 119 Box Butie. Mail Orders Givtm Special Attention . 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