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ADVERTISEMENTS . Wnt ! buy somrtMnsf Run. areda of prople can thru Want A.4 column looking for what you r Mhrs have. to offer. Get quirk raulta by adrertlalna; In The Utrald Want Ad department. RATE9 One cn per word per Insertion. Coeta no mora than tber newspapers and we aimr- Kit tttat ou reach several nun rd more readeia. Uuy circula inn. not hot air. WANTED WANTED Early pullets for layers. Good ones. 18c lb; extra Rood 20c lb. E. C. DRAKE, phone 121. 102-102 WANTED To hear from owner of pood farm for sale. State rash price, full particulars. D. F. BUSH. Minne apolis, Minn. 90-94-97-102-2-C-p FOR SALE FOR SALE At a discount; a few shares of Fair Association stock. Write "J"', care of the Herald. 101-4p FOR SALE Small house, modern: A-l location. Thone 124. tf FOR SALE Bijr type Chester White boars; b.t of breeding. Phone 801F11. D. E. FURINTON. 71-tf FOR SALE Good used cars. A. H. JONES Co., 3rd and Cheyenne, tf FOR RENT STEAM heated rooms, suitable for lipht housekeeping. Fhone Cofi, or call at 111 Cheyenne. 104-tf MISCELLANEOUS CLEARANCE SALE Men's and boy's uncalled for suits and coats. YANDERS, the Tailor. 102-1 BLACKROOT Roy Grosse arrived home from Tabor, la., Wednesday, where he and Mrs. Grosse have been visiting. Mrs. Grosse is expected home in a week or so. Cal Leis, Harry Grosse and L. L. Dyer attended the sale at Westlake's last Wednesday. Grover Bain helped Ace Pippitt drive cattle Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Flaherty spent Friday evening at Marshal Sheldon's. Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Sheldon and Jason Sheldon took supper at Pete Farrell's Saturday. Robert Mitchell's mother of Scotts bluff arrived Friday for a short visit with him. Marshall Sheldon took Jason Shel don into town Sunday. They took din ner with Marshall's folks. Mr. Henderson went to town Satur day. He returning as far as Fla herty's Sunday. Dale met him there and took him over in the car. Mrs. Henderson has been suffering from quite a severe cold but is better at this writing. Jake Henderson returned front Om aha Friday, he went down with a load of cattle. Cal Leis and Roy and Hairy Grosse dehorned and branded cattle Saturday. . Mrs. Bert Lanpford and children spent Saturday and Sunday at the Ivor Meeker home. Cal Leis visited at Roy Gros-e's bunclay. Dr. NefT and three other men from Hemingford were out in this neighbor hood hunting coyotes Sunday, but did not nave much success. Lorn and Ed Dyer have been helping Byrl Dyer shuck corn several days this week. The news last wee!: was delayed on account of the snow. G. E. Dyer and family motored to Alliance Monday. Charles Hookham and family visited at 4 al Leis bunuay. Marshall Sheldon and family visited at the Fete farrell home Sunday. The Vincent Murphy family have been on the sick list for the la.st week, The program which was held at the Canton school' houee last Friday was well attended and everyone that was present said the children did fine for the number and size of them. After tho program a number went over to Jasen Sheldon's home and danced the rest of the night away. Dr. Nelf of Hemingford spent Sun day at the Roy Grosse home. They went coyote hunting but didn't have any luck. Last Frjday Roy and Grover Bain caught one coyote. THE PROUD SPEEDER "You were going faster th;:n the law allows, declared the trail ic liceman. "Act humble and penitent," whis pered Mr. Ghugpins' wife. "I'll try, but it's hard to conceal my pride. 1 didn't know the old beat had it in 'er." Washington Star. TONE GMT- Tomorrow Alright MR Tablata atop aiek haadacnaa. raliava bilious attack, ton and rwfulala In tliminativo organa, auk you faal fine. -Better Than rills For Uvtr lils" ALLIANCE DRUG CO. THE PARSON'S CORNER By Kev. B. J. Minort. Poct, f the First Baptist Church, Alliance) (Continued From Last Friday.) Last week we considered the real J.blical method of church rtipport a utlined by the Founder of the christ ian churches. We found that if hmtians pave as they should, and as hey have vowed thev unni.l tv,nt r.uch that is reuulsive'in the m-not;, 'i uic mum-Hi i-nurcn wouiu be lone iway with. We found that the I.rnel les gave so abundantly toward the adding of the tabernacle that Moses ad to call a halt a thing unbeliev able today of the churches. We ound that these earlv christians fnr .e lorn church would be done' such they were in fact, although the Messiah had not come, they looked rorwaid where we look backward, fhey looked upon their giving us a .ital part of their worship. 'Ihey ac cordingly planned lor ;t, as they plan ned for their prayer life, and' study ufe of the scripture. If christians of today took their re Mgion more seriously there would be no more serious financial shortage in the churches. These thoughts will be tenied by some, perhaps, but it is a fact, nevertheless, that the church t today has failed in its financial life. Some time ago, someone raised tin luest.'on, "Has Christianity failed V" .so, brother, it has never tailed but he christians have. Christians have .ailed miserably, but Christianity is t thing apart from many protesting the lame oi inrist When we make our religion mear we prefers, the greatest religious re vival ever seen w.Il sweep the coun try. Again let me say emphatically; Christianity has not failed; but Chris tians have failed, and Christianity must sulTer as the result of their fail ure. These early fo'lowers of God cave ungrudgingly and spontaneously. '11 e brought without questioning a.i to where the money was going, or who would spend it. Have we such a spirit today to any degree of universality? is it not a tact tnat too olten we civ grudgingly? Is it not a fact that often one must give an iron clad agreement and explanation as to what will be done with "my money?" In verse 20 oi the chapter 30 which we studied last rriday we are told that they pave spontaneously, and immediately, and unconditionally. They did not ask to see the plans, or to be given a guaran tee as to how this or that would be done. These folks pave superabun dantly, more than was needed. Paul is unusually ctear as to the principles that should cover christian giving. In 2 Cor. 10-12 he tells us that we should give periodically, upon the first day of the week. Ihis is a rule that cannot be improved upon. This, of course, brings up the necessity of worshipfully, habitually and fully. giving cheer- - Again he says, "Let each one of you." It must therefore be personal Each man, each woman, each child, must give for themselves. He says further, "Lay by him in store." It must be forehanded, deliberate, ihou-jhtful and intelligent. Real scrip- A new way to treat croup Spasmodic croup relieved or warded off by rubbing on a vaporizing salve. The old method of treating spasmodic croup with nauseat ing drugs is out of date. So is the vapor-lamp scheme that re quired the bedroom windows to be kept closed. Now mother rubs the little one's chest and throat with Vicks, arranges the bedding so that the arising vapors will be inhaled all night lonj;, opens the windows to let in the blessed fresh air, and re tires confident of a good sleep. Just rub it on and breathe in the vapors ffl'Sww I - Irssr" "5r;;v;U5 I ' , ' A UffiSUffn? A'fcrX THE ADVICE . , . s v Si : - v. I . r - ' ; THE ALLIANCE HERALD, t Villi jrivinir requires thought, the very beet of thinking Ajrain heW As he may prosper," that is propor tionately jfenerout-ly, carefully, respon sibly, and faithfully. No one rule or amount can cover nil cases. No one man can decide for another what' he .hould irive. No board can tell you what amount you are to irive nevt you are to jrive week or "yean That is a matter lx - ween you and vour God. Lastly he ays, "that no collection be made when I come." That is, we must irive pre 'entirely, that is, we must avoid def- 'i's, and wcrry end the navintr of in erest ant' 510 therefore, never should we think of retrenchment, but of in- rease. Of courre retrenchment is more re pectable than going in debt. Churchef make a mistake by going in debt- Tht life of many a church has been sapnof from it by some overburdening dtbt Ciin we not see what a difference i would make if the church would pet back to the old Scriptural wav of con ducting its services and work. "Im possible," says someone. And why? Do not lodges and most other institu Jons follow these very principles . ir, : heir bus iness ? Compare and you wil. be surprised. If the churches would begin to pet b:'ck to scriptural way of doing things, there would be a commotion, but one that would leave it much stronger and more influential with the very world it is tryine to save. The shallow financial system or lack of system of the modern church has had more to do with putting it in bad with the world than perhaps anything else. Again let me repeat that Clui.-tian-ity has not yet failed, but christians have. Christianity has never been rven a fair chance, by jeascn of the fact that its friend hiive stood in its way. Hut you say, "What ?s the we of pointing out its failures? The same use as the doctor has in pointing out your ailments in order that he mcy better heal you. Many of us are not conscious of our failures, and the way to improve is to know what to improve. .Don't blame anybody but yourself if your nights are made miserable by in digestion. You failed to take Tanlac. F. E. Holsten. 101 A MAN ABOUT TOWN. He stopped, coming out of the Union Club, and paused to flick a bit of dust from his coat with a languid finge1. With a half-scornful smile l'e watched Percy Carring'c, the munition millionaire's son, timidly pass through the portals of the club. It amused him to see the uncertainty with which this nouveau riche looked around him. His own father, for more year than he could remember, had frequented the club, and he bade fair to follow in' his father's footsteps. He stood hesitating: Should lie go to the Vanderbilt's or to 'he Ritz first? Suddenly he remembered. He had Jo go to the Vandelbilt's he didn't have enough milk in his wasron for the Ritz. From a Theater Piogiem. The former kaiser has i.akcn ver onal charge of his own cardrn. That's all right; there isn't 'he slight est danger that he will be able to vuiie his favorite crop on it. Cincinnati nquirer. ! Vicks has come to be the al most universal treatment for children's cold troubles, be cause it does away with, dosing. 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. V A F O R U O CW 17 AHUon Jan Uted Yearly Gene Byrnes Says: -"Thanks FRIDAY, NOVEMBERS. 1021. ' 4 i 1 cm a VUUR OHOriaffC UIX Kangc Greater Tiian Season's Huns Show ,"Un'cs people iiit eat'nc meat nl- "'Kcir Uie tirne ' coming within t . ,next vri,r or tw when there will ' , "e r1no,,Kn cattle coming to market 1 , ""Pl'ly the demand," predicted Jess i ami m. . Kris'vll. ri Moorcroft. Wvo.. nn.l .vwi-fiJ, c' ti ...l ' . . ' nuu wi-re at umunn Mnnilnv v'h tin 'r last shipment of cattle, savs the naha Journal-Stockman. )m "On the range the shortage of cattle s already much more acute than re ceipts at markets this fall would in .licate. Prior to two or three years :'go the only cattle being shipped from iiir country were 4-year-old beeves. ext wo got down in'o the 3's and as he liquidation proceeded we nl.o sert no.--t of our yearlings and 2's. At present the liquidation is about over, 'jut the prospectae supply for next ,'car in mighty slim. "AH of i this, however, is no reason Tor ranchers to howl calamity and keep pointing to the worst side of the situa tion as they have leen doing. In doing that they only hurt their own credit, and we nciieve that the men who stick to the game will come throuch whole eventually. "Right now (he banks are commenc ing to encouraire fHiirbers to start stockir.r up again, and that is a pnlty rood indication that thev think the de cline is over. The money that has been LET ME CURE PILES THAT I can cure your Piles (Fistula. Rectum except cancer a short time longer) by an original, pain lets, dittolvent method of my own, without chloroform, ether or knife, and without danger whatever tt the patient. My treatment la so successful that I have built up the largest practice In this Una between Omaha and Denver. My treatment li no experiment. It la the most successful method ever discovered for the treatment of Diseases of the Rectum. I have cured many cases where the knife bad failed and many other cases that had been treated for months and years In vain. I guarantee a cure In every, case I accept or make no charge for my services. My method of curing Piles and oth Rectal Diseases, as well as Rupture, waa laughed at twenty year ' ago, but today I can point with pride to all of thoss who have be lieved In me and hava coma to Grand Island to get cured.. If you ars suffering with soma form of Rectal Trouble or Rupture, write to ma ' today, telling all about your trouble, and let me tell you how easy it is to get cured. Ba sura to usa the free Information coupon when you write to me. No longer la It necessary for you to Spend three or four weeka getting your piles cured. You can now be cured within five days, and be up and around all the time you are taking treatment. Don't doubt thla amazing truth! Send for free Information today also convincing proof that my method of curing Rectal troublea and Rupture should appeal to all those wishing to avoid a surgical operation with Its attendant discomforts of dread and fear that causes so many sufferers to delay In seeking relief. CAUSE due to the constant strain of even a mild case of pltea on tho aympathetic nervous aystem. You can pour all the medicine down your throat that money can buy, or You can spend your last dollar at tho world's best health resorts, or I wTl W 0"Ci Jh s - k 7mS'C. If -'! . a-T M I 1 " J ft ' CAUSED BI flltS You can allow yourself to be all cut and alashed, yet You will NEVER get rid of these troublea until your piles are cured. DR. RICH. Die and Rupture Specialist, Grand Inland. Neb. Q Pleane tend me free, complete 3; o 'on regarding- the method you use In cur Lm H In I'llra, Fmtula. Flnsur and other rectal niBnaaea and rupture, without a J aurglcal operation. (Mention which j Q. 'ou have when writing). g NAME 67 O Town. .R. P. made nvn lable by the War Finance corporation is loosening up the finan cial situation materially. Money can be borrowed on land that U clear, and this put into cattle will give muny ranchers a fresh Ftart. Iians aggre gating $75,000 have already been mndc in our county alone, and another $75, 000 in loans has been approved. "Some ranchers have gone broke, of course. That was ine itable under the circumrtances, but we doubt if there is nny othrr line of business in which banks have really lost a. little money through failures. "Th'nffs me poing to come back to .some extent within a few years, but it is doubtful if cattle pit'uction in western South Dakota and northern Wyoming ever will pet bnck up to where it was n few years ago. High tase and high interest rates nre makTng it almost cert '-tin that ranchers who have no free ranire and must our all their own land will lose money. The trouble is it takes too much of most of that land to support one steer. At present many ranges that used to be well stocked are bare of cattle. "Another thing that will mnke the come back slow is the heavy limiida- tion of cattle from the breeding) grounds or trie Southwest. When we were buying cattle in Texas and New Mexico last spring we rode for days and covered hundreds of miles to find what 3-year-olds we wanted, and we were the only buyers operating at that t me. p. Ordinarily cr.v one of those big! chers could have sold us nil the cat- wc wanted, but the cattle simply I L. I ranc tie V,k,':. YOUR QUICK! Fltiura and other Dictates of tho MANY DISEASES DR. RICH Die and Rupture Pprlallnt Crand Uland, Neb. I euro every caae of Plies I treat by my mild serum treat ment, or you need not pay me one cent. Informa- severe trouble ; D... 1 m for the Advice." SEVEN" were not there. They have also been sacrificing thousands of calves and yearling this season that ordinarily would stay on the range two and thrert more years, and in doing so havo shortened the future supply material ly." THE NKWLST FRCKDOM Texans are just naturally ini titans. A man from that stfto called at Th Journal ofTire the other duv. In re ply to a nuestion, he said: '"'t-, tha caountv where Ah live went r-'puMIc'im at 'lection, but. it's so'y now ii went that way. Hodding ain't o iop''a' a he was. Ah hud a fellow ,nv fia remnwks 'boi:t that todav if.'.ht hero? in Tulsv. He said: 'Some groat lib- erato's have lived in this countrv. Lincoln, he freed the sltxes: Henrv Fo'd freed the bosses) Thonuis IMisoii freed the tiahd piano pluvah: flnddimr freed the wo'kmg man from hahd la baw. Ain't no work now but fo' va'y few." Oil nnd (Jas .Touvn !. WELDING CEO. n. DBCCKNTR 210 W. 3rd MOVING. PACKING. STOKING AND SHIPPING QMVTlIi'I? TI? A "VQTPT? 1I,jL,t AUAiXOrUiK AND FIREPROOF STORAGE "When ll'n Your More, Let Vn Know" Office rhone, 13 ; Res. 6S land BIW. 730 F. A. BALD Attorney-at-Law Office in Reddish Ulock 7" Let Me Try Your Sales R. A. WYLAND Auctioneer 12.12 Missouri Telephone 384 L. A. 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