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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1921.
We w ould advise early shopping oh these gar ments. Buy now while you can make biff savings. Greatest Sale of Womee's Coats This Town Has Ever Known WE place on sale beginning SATURDAY Morning OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF WOMEN'S COATS. The newest and most up-to-date gar ments of the season. We would advise you shopping early and securing one of these bargains. BUY NOW while you can buy at One-fourth, One-third, One-half Price WOMEN'S WOMEN'S WOMEN'S WOMEN'S WOMEN'S WOMEN'S 20.00 COATS $25.00 COATS $30.00 COATS $35.0Q COATS $40.00 COATS 50.00 COATS on sale at on sale at on sale at on sale at on sale at on sale at $9.98 $17,75 $24.75 $24.75 $29.75 $34.75 . SALE OF DRESSES Sale of Women's Suits DRESSES DRESSES Values up to $25.00 Values up to $35 SEKGES, TRICOTINES AND SILKS TRICOTINES, SATINS, CANTON The newest and latest styles CREPES SATURDAY AND MONDAY SATURDAY AND MONDAY $12.48 $19.75 The newest of materials and the newest of styles. A chance to buy your fall suit at greatly reduced prices. SUITS made to sell at $35 and $40, sale price SUITS Made to sell at $45, sale price SUITS made to sell at $50 and $55, sale price S22.75 29.75 S34.75 The Bargain Spot of the West. ARGAIN BASEMEN GREAT SALE OF SHOES in the basement. CHILDREN'S SHOES Sizes 5V' to 8, on sale at .$1.69 Sizes 8 to 11, on sale at $1.89 Sizes lVi to 2, on sale at - $1.98 MEN'S DRESS SHOES Clack or Brown Calfskin $3.48 and $3.98 MEN'S WORK SHOES Made of solid leather, on sale at $2.48 BOYS' SHOES Sizes 81 to 13. on sale at $2.48 Sizes 13 1 -, to 2, on sale at $2.89 Sizes 2'i to 6, on sale at $2.98 WOMEN'S SHOES Black or Brown Kid, Black or Brown Calfskin, Military or Louis Heel. Priced at $2.9S, $3.69, $3.98, $4.98 SPECIALS IN THE BARGAIN BASEMENT Palm Olive Soap 6c Outing Flannel, yard 12 '2c Toilet Paper 5c Percales, per yard 15c 25c Dress Ginghams, yard 19c 20c White Outing Flannel, yard 15c Pins, per paper 2c Safety Pins 1 4c Children's Sweaters $1.49 Crash Toweling, per yard 15c Children's Outing Gowns 75c Men's Socks, per pair 1 10c Men's Sweaters $1.33 The Underpriced Store. SALE OF BLANKETS CHILDREN'S HOSE Cotton Blankets $1.98, $2.4S, $2.9S Cotton IIo?e, per pair 9C Wool Nap Blankets $3.48, $3.98, $4.98 2"c Hose, per pair 19C Wool Blankets $6.98, $9.98 35c Cotton Hose, per pair I""I"25c Black Sateen Underskirts 9Sc o0c Llsle IIoso' Pei' Pair 33c HOSIERY SALE EXTRA SPECIAL In the Basement s SILK HOSE 89c PAIR EXTRA SPECIAL dnion suns' ""ESSE p"r::l.C '.U::.23o ChiKhen's neeced Union Suits 89c Women's Fleeced Union Suits 9Sc WOMEN'S HOSE Sale of Cotton Hose, per pair 10c 20c Cotton Hose, per pair 13c SHEETS AND PILLOW COVERS 25c Cotton Hose, per pair 19c 35c Lisle Hose, per pair 25c 81x90 Sheets 9Sc 50c Silk Lisle Hose, per pair 39c 42x36 Pillow Covers 25c THE PARSONS CORNER By Rev. B. J. Minort, Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Alliance) or roust the people of the community eats. "Hello, who is this? TVrW? What's he matter," "Oh, the article in luesday's Herald'" "Yes. I ex lected that it would create discussion, that's the reason I wrote it." This vras the substance of a conversation over the phone the other day when the writer answered it. May 1 make a re mark or two? First, that no one is ersponsible for what gets into this cor ner but the writer. Second: that we write the truth regardless who it hits. Third, that any one who finds fault with what appears in this humble, but widely read column and wish to utilize the corner'to refute or debate anything eaid will be given the corner, or the floor, and we will withdraw for a time. But speaking about the Jnodern methods of raising money on the part Of the church, (now preacher confess) that you don't approve it. Then why not swat it? They called us with the understanding that they would pay us eo much a year. You understood that they were to use. business method jn securing the money. Then you find that the amount of cash you receive depends upon the amount of chicken It seems to me we preachuvs ouht to get in touch with some of these food product companies and make a few dollars on the side by creating larger appetites. We as ministers who must depend upon the size of the peo ple's appetites certainly could not be condemned for criticising the doctors who are always advising smaller appe tites. It is a mighty good thing for us preachers that the American people are such gourmands. Some of us would have to go back to manual labor if the American appetite should ever de crease. But this brings me to the sub ject I intended to discuss this time. The method that God intended the church should use in supporting its ministers and missionaries. There is one verse in tha Bible that the writer has often had difficulty in believing, it is the following: "The people bring much more than enough." Ex. 36:5. If the modern church mem bers were more consistent there would be none of this public begging for funds to erect this or that building, or pay this or that preacher or evangelist, inrowli nrA made to men of all classes to build churches, and churches have gone so far as ask men whose business they were trying to destroy to help them meet financial obligation. They have asked the devil to build God's kingdom. In the above case none but Israelites were asked to con tribute, and the result was that they contributed so well that a halt had to be called. Think what would happen if an Alliance church set out to ac complish some great object and a halt would have to be called, because the members of that church contributed too much! Yet that is the exact thing that should happen here in Alliance. Giving in the church should be. lib eral, so liberal that the church could meet its financial obligations without going outside of its membership. And not until we learn to do this will we have the respect of the world that we are trying to reach. There is not a preacher in this town but what be lieves this, yet we are afraid to preach and insist upon getting back to old Bible methods of doing the Lord's work, for fear that we will offend to help them meet financial obligations, sneaked into the church against its rules because of some one's influence. preacher say you. 'yes", they won't hear Iiet us study together the 35 and 36 chapter of Exodus and see wherein we have as churches failed. We are told, every "one whose heart stirred him up etc., give willingly." Do we have this spontaneous giving in our church? Is it not a fact that we have to drag the "kale" and extract the money from the pocketbooks of our people ? Now Again we find that they gave accord ingly to their ability. The princes gave more than the poor, but all gave. What a difference it would make if the average church would practice this. Again the giving was done by "all;" it was universal. All classes gave. And the strange or rather the naturnl thing was that they gave, "overflowing" more than was needed. Liberal giving is needed today and the church will never prosper until it comes to pass. This giving was felt to be part of their worship. When we look at wor ship as Including the giving we will have no trouble meeting our obliga tions! Giving should be a privilege and not a necessity, as extracting a tooth. (To Be Continued.) THE NEXT BEST THING . "Willie, where did you fcet that black eye?" "Johnny Smith hit me." "I hope you remember what your Sundav school teacher said about heap ing coals on the head of your enemies.' wn ma i Hirln't have anv coal, so I jut stuck his head in the ash bar rel." iJoston iransciipu Still, it's a lot easier to love oui fellow men if they are women. AGE CANNOT WITHER. At a Boston Immigration Station one blank was recently filled out as lollows: Name: Abraham Cherowsky. Born : Ye3. Business: Rotten. Harvard Lam poon. The joke in the preceding is the word "recently". New York Tribune. Don't Pick Out a Printer Blindfolded STATISTICS. It Is estimated by the bureau of Ani mal Industry - that 309,807 movie ac tresses could relieve the shortage in domestic dishwashers by fifty per cent, if they were properly cast. The months of the year, laid end to nd, reach from the holiday bills of .'nuary first to the holiday bills of the next New Year. Life. THE INTRUSION. ' The professor was deeply absorbed in some scientific subject when the nurse announced the arrival of a boy. "What who?" stammered the professor absently. "Why interrupt me isn't my wife at home?" Any good movement will succeed if it is put over before it has a chance to become a political issue. Get the On Who Can Jielp You Sell Your Good! VVE have the ability to help you sell your goods and we can do this at a reasonable cost to you. Economy and stand ardization arc the watchwords here. 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