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THE ALLIANCE HERALD. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1921.
THREE
CHURCH OF CHRIST.
It was indeed jrrntifyinj? to see the
1aie number present and the interest
shown at the Wednesday evening
.meeting. Another chart lecture will be
: given next Wednesday evening on the
subject, "The Fruitage of the Tree.",
It has been supKetH that we give
the chart sermon, "The Devil Chuck
les'', at the regular Sunday service
which we will do in the near future.
We have not yet reached the 300 in at
tendance at Bible school although we'
only lacked a few. Why not gladden
the superintendent next Lord's Day
morning, at her last service by reach-,
ing that number? j
The sermon subjects are' "Work
"That Counts," and "The Consequences
of Sin." Our desire is to make every
.sermon Scriptural and helpful. The
Table of the Lord is spread and you
are invited by the words of the Book,
"i)o tnis in rememrrance or me,
'"Let each one examine himself."
At the C. E. business meeting on
Tuesday evening, Robert Lawrence
was elected president and Marie Fras
ier, secretary.
All meeting are to make you a
greater and better servant. Come to
the church with a message and a wel-
come.
Service as follows Sunday: Sunday
school 10 a. m., classes for ail. Preach
ing service at 11 and 7:30. B. Y. P. U.
at 6:30. both up and down stairs.
Come, and join the men's growing
class taught by the pastor, with espe
cial emphasis upon present day prob
lems. The Bibles' application to the
great problems of the day is discussed
and learned.
METHODIST CHURCH.
Sunday morning we will celpbr.Ue
the Holy Communion. It will be a
sacred and helpful service. In this time
of social unrest ami suffering in mil
lions of homes, what is needed most
of all is Christ. In this symbolic!
service we otfer you the Christ who is
the cure of all the world's ills.
Sunday night we will have unusual
attractions. Mrs. Inice Dunning who
recently attended several of the Gypsy
Smith meetings in Omaha will give her
impression of them. A fine set of col
ored pictures entitled "Of Such is the.
Kingdom," depicting child life in many
lands will be shown. This is an en
tirely new set of pictures that has not
been shown here before. The Fong
"America" will be thrown upon the1
screen in 21 beautiful colored pictures
and sung by a junior chorus.
M. C. SMITH, Pastor.
S. J. EPLER, Minister.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Some criticism from non-Baptists
because the trustees offered the build
ing to the workingmen for a Iabor
Temple. x Thank, you, we expected
criticism, as all forward movement can
expect. We stand for pi ogress, and if
that means bowling over some so-
called religious fogy, so much the bet
ter. Church buildings nowadays are
too much things of ornaments and not
for utility. The young people are real
izing that the Baptist church building
is theirs, as manifested by the in-
creasing membership in the B. Y. P.
U. There is something doing all the
time at this church, either in Foc'al,
benevolent, industrial or religious way.
Yes, it is costly, but not as costly as to
neglect the social welfare of our young
and then to reclaim them after we
"have compelled them to go away. from
the church to seek social enjoyment.
We are real proud of the way the
laboring man is making our church his
church and we hope to see more of
this, as we get better acquainted. A
man said the other clay that he did
not believe a workingman could feel
.at home in a church until he came to
the Baptist church, and now he feels
lonesome because the meetings closed,
.as he would like to come every even
ing. Brother, we hope soon to fix it
so you can come in a social vay as
often as you like. It is our desire to
make this building a labor social cen
ter and the trustee's step is but the
beginning. Heretofore the real pro-
ducing class has been neglected; nv
.you shall be one of us.
LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Service Sunday at 2:30 in the after
noon. Sunday school after the service.
All children are requested to be pres-
ent to practice for the Christmas rio-j
gram.
F. DROEGEMUELLER, Partor
Recent Order Will
Cut Out More Red
Tape on Homesteads
Former service men, successful in
the recent drawing at Torrington, and
whose homestead applications are in
conflict with applications under the
general leasing act, will shortly receive
notice from the local land office that
their applications will be allowed im
mediately upon the signing of the min
eral waiver, records the Torrington
Telegram. Conflicting applications of
this kind usually require several
months to adjust. In view of the fact
that many of the homestead applicants
were anxious to go upon the lands this
fall, in order to get ready for spring
work, Congressman Mondell persuaded
Commissioner Spry of the General
Land office to issue an order to the
local land offices, directing them to id
low the entries without the usual delay
incident to such cases. This will mean
a saving of two or three months to
the former service men, due to Mr.
Mondell's success in eliminating red
tape.
How do the Russians blow all those
bubbles without soap. The Greenville
Piedmont.
A3 a last desperate means of get
ting back to normal, almost every
good citizen is willing to have the oth
er fellow take smaller profits. Bal
timore Sun.
LAKESIDE
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Morris enter
tained a number of their friends at a
card party at their home here Satur
day evening. The guests were: Ed
ward Jameson and Mrs. Beryl Rey
nolds, the Misses Wilma Mote, Alice
Schill and Mae Livings, Mr. and Mrs.
and J. Ik Roe. Retreshments were
served in the course of the evening.
Oscar Schrope was down from Holf
land Monday. '
A. W. Tyler delivered some nice tur
keys to parties here the first of the
week, from his ranch, southeast of
town.
Ray Toline moved his family to town
the first of the week.
Miss Hattie and the Messrs Alva
and Ellsworth Ash drove in from the
ranch to attend the box social at the
school Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick McConaughey
and little son were in town shopping
Tuesday from north of town.
R. A. We: tover is out in Wyoming
on business at the present time.
Warren Mclntyre went to Alliance
Tuesday.
The program given at the school
house by the teachers and pupils was
very interesting. At the close of which
a box supper was held. Tom Gorman
was auctioneer. Ever) body seemed to
enjoy the event.
Ed House went to Alliance Tues
day. Grant Keith was in from the Harry
Brown ranch Wednesday after ranch
supplies.
. Omaha. Checks shoud be made pay
able to The Woodrow Wilson Founda
tion. , Herald Want Ada Results.'
As both labor and the. railroads
claim .to have won the strike, the pub
lic must have lost it Greenville
Piedmont.
Many a man thinks he is driving
his own car when his wife, on the 'ack
?eat, is actually doing it. New Yoik
Mail.
H. E. Gantz Heads
Wilson Foundation
In Rox Butte County
Harry E. Gantz of Alliance has just
been named chairman of Box Butte
county for the Wt-lrow Wilson Foun
dation, according to a list of county
chairman announced this week by the
state committee of the Foundation.
He will have full charge of the Foun
dation work in this county and will
select his own county committee to
assist him. The campaign will culmin
ate in January in a solicitation for
funds with which to establish the
Foundation.
The Woodrow Wilson Foundation
has been undertaken by a national
committee of 250 representative men
and women. Its purpose is to honor a
great American and to create a method
whereby public service will be encour
aged and conspicuously recognized in
this and future generations. From;
the income of the Foundation which it
is hoped will be at least $1,000,000,
the Woodrow Wilson Award will be
granted from time to time in recogni
tion of distinguished public service
during a stated period. .
After the fund has been raised a
board of trustees, composed of emin
ent Americans, will be entrusted with
its permanent administration. While
the active campaign throughout the
country will begin the week of Janu
ary 16, 11)22, subscriptions will be re
ceived at any time if sent to W. F.
Baxter, state chairman for Nebraska,
i
"Tlie Question ' ' What to Buy For
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3. Perfectly smooth, all-copper tub
easily cleaned and never mouldy.
4. A dependable "Safety First" device
in the wringer release
5. Full Swinging Wringer minimizes the
work for the housewife
6. Always ready to go on washday.
Never any mechanical troubles
7. All gears protected no painful acci
dents possible
8. Convenient two-tub folding bench at
tachedoccupies small space folded
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Rhein Hardware Co.
PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
66
Bin
e
Monday"
D
ead.
There Is No Need Spending Hours of Back-Breaking Work Over the Tub
When "Wash Day" Comes, Simply Phone Our
"Wet Wash" Department, Phone 1 60
rnmrummw
Try Our Wet Wash Department and You
Won't Need Tubs.
We Will Relieve You of All the
Drudgery of Wash Day
It Means This to You:
NO BOILING NO RUBBING
NO RINSING NO BLUEING
NO MACHINES TO TURN
NO WATER TO EMPTY
NO MESS TO CLEAN UP
Send Them Away DIRTY in the Morning
and They Come Back CLEAN That Night.
You Will Have Leisure Time Now to Keep Up
Other Duties.
Our "Wet Wash" Service Starts Monday, Nov. 28
Clothes Are Delivered Damp
With the opening of the Wet Wash De
partment, Monday, November 28, Alliance
housewives are relieved of the hard work of
washing clothes. They are delivered damp
to you.
WASHED IN SOFT WATER AT A REASONABLE PRICE
All clothes sent to our Wet Wash Department' will be washed in
clean, soft water. At this price it is certainly worth a thorough trial
All Bundles
STRICTLY CASH
on Delivery.
$1.00 a Bundle
Plus an Extra
5c PER POUND
over 20 lbs.
One-Day Service Offered
Patrons are urged to get their orders to
us before S: 30 a. m. Then we will deliver
them clean that same evening. Orders re
ceived after 8:30 will be delivered following
evening.
Orders Received Before 8:30 a. tn. Will Be Returned the Same Evening This Department Only
Women Who
Do Their Own
Family Wash
ing are Urged
to Try This.
AIM
ance
Steam Laundry
We Ask You
to Compare the
Cost With All
the Other Sys
terns you Know

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