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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1921.
. H MU HUt. l.h.lfc.lVJ ji Tiiiele's Tfiiele's Out Name and Re-""- Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention potation Guarantees Every Purchase.- OFFICIAL DE MOLAV JEWELRY ' OFFICIAL AMERICAN LEGION JEWELRY We . carefully wrap, insure and mail all Xmas packages. A Gift for the Entire Family A VIGTROLA . ... .. , r , .. Our Christmas combination deals make it possible for you to own one of these beautiful instruments. 8irtti!;h.f.i!ii!.ri!n:fmini:ii!wWi LASTING GIFTS A gift of Jewelry lasts through a life time and oft times longer handed down as priceles heir looms. Such a gift must be of the best, not necessarily costly but the best of its kind. You may safely, make your selections here, assur ed of quality and values. TOILET SETS For men and women. A gift that is always appre ciated. $2.00 to $25.00 ' Hear the new Victor Records. We are ak ways glad to play them for you. $2.00 DOWN $1.00 A WEEK $25.00 Victrola $10.00 Records your choice. $3.00 DOWN $1.50 A WEEK $50.00 Victrola $10.00 Records your choice. $10.00 DOWN $2.00 A WEEK $120 Victrola. $10.00 Records your choice. i -i v Ml I lie ' I t ikl:. : 41 $10.00 DOWN $2.50 A WEEK $125 Victrola. $10.00 Records your choice. $15.00 DOWN $3.00 A WEEK $150 Victrola $15.00 Records your . choice. $20.00 DOWN $5.00 A WEEK T $225 Victrola $25.00 Records your choice. Write or ask for a copy of our new Il lustrated Gift Book. . 5 It will solve your Shopping Problem. Gifts bought now will be laid away until you want them. THIELE'S A lovely neck lace of indes triictable pearls. What could be Nicer. SHOP EARLY "It Pays" Christmas Stationery IS NOW ON DISPLAY A complete assort ment of Xmas cards, Labels and tinsel cord. A Good Diamond, Is as Staple as a Savings Account. . i M TfTlwTTfr i i iii.ii ,fi tail, ii jimiili EPISCOPAL CHURCH' A parish social will be held in St. Matthews' Parish house on Tuesday evening, December 6. All our parish ioners and friends are cordially invited to attend. . , - . KKV. A. O: DODGE, Kector. BAPTIST CHURCH Two full hou.sc3 and an increased Bible school in the morning, with jicvcntccn rlcoplo coming from twenty one miles out in the country; folks at church who had not come to church for years on Sunday morning; in creased attendance at the men's class; unusually lively young people'3 meet- thirty dollars for advertising, and he feels that it was money well spent. Some of our critics make this a point of attack. If they did more of it, per haps more people would attend the, Mrviep. Our exnerience has been that ! f Via mam uta nrlvnrtisA and live- tlt to our advertisements,. the" greater in fluence ,the church gets in the' place. Honest "advertisement is apprecfatod; false statements in advertising will kill any church quicker than anything else. The December number of the Alli ance Baptist is a beauty. The front page has an art enamel photo of the pastor and family. It can be cut out and framed. This Issue is costly, but we give it to you as a Christmas pres ent and with tho best wishes of the fnmilv. Pravcr meeting Wednesday under the lnadershin of Harold Clark. Fri day the pastor goes to Grand Island as a delegate to ua new party cun- pecting another and larger attendance at the prayer meeting. Following the devotional, which will be led by Mrs. Tipple, the minister will give another Jecture, making use of tho chart to illustrate.' The mtcrCKt In these is fine and those who attend lire getting somethiri gthat others are. missing. Christmas, will soon be here und this church will obsejrve the White Christ mas as usual. The oiTcnng on this occasion will be used for the support of aged ministers, their widows or or phans. This is a great day in which we are living when the joys of service are so many. It is a blessing that we can be comrades in a common cause, which is helpfulness to others. STEPHEN J. EPLER, Minister. ingsj tha young ioiks uuung over tno: n ,;nrMentiB the unions of Al nrnirrfimL and n. fmft nrac-'.. r i V 1 A i 1. - -o-" " . I nnrlO ' I WM rnilTTn TO tico in tho afternoon, theso and much' ' a fl,a ctA- Chri:itmas program; and a fine prac more, especially the largest number of men and wives at the evening service, theso are the things that make a man prcui of his church and Allianca as a town. Preceding tho sermon last evening Harold Clark preached as good a ten minuto sermon as we havo ever heard nnywhere. The Lord is gradually lead ing hir,i into tho ministry. We hope before many months to license this young man, and belicvo ho will make this his life's work. . All these things provo that "when a church buckles down to work in its own original way it need not ape any other, or depend upon wordly methods to do tho Lord's work. The pastor paid for tho church this month over The church feels itself honored pastor. B. J. MINORT.-Pastor Gering Players Were Pleased With Reception Here The Gering firemen took their won derful show to Alliance on Friday night of last week, playing it for Al liance people under tho title of, "Belles of Gering." And if reports are to be believed and of course they are- then the "Belles" made a decided hit One thing sure, the treatment accorded to visitors by Alliance people certainly made a hit with the visitors. They as sert that they were never better enter tained nor never had a better time. After the show, which was pre sented to a crowded house, the local firemen entertained the visitors at a banquet and ball that was hugely en joyed by everybody. It was so pleasur able that it would have lasted several hours longer had it not been impera- tive that the visitors grab their autos ana nine lor dear of Uenng. The trip to Alliance was made by auto, and the I weather was all that could be hoped ?, for at this time of year. If Alliance ever comes to Gering with a show, or li just for fun, they are going to get a V welcome that wil warm the cockles of V their hearts. Gering Mid wjet. 7 i We may be cowardly but we'll admit we've never had nerve enough to wear a silk hat. . CHURCH OF CHRIST With only one room in the basement that could be used for the Bible school last Lord's day about 200 met up stairs and two clnsse met in the minister's home. With all rooms available for next Sunday we can take care of 300 or more. The audiences at the morn ing and evening services were inspir ing. The Endeavor room was well filled nt the prayer service and instal lation service when the new officers were installed. The officers are de termined to make the Endeavor society continue to grow in efficiency. On Wednesday evening we are ex- mniuniuiuiiiiiiiiiii Announcement tat I wish to announce to the public that I have purchased a one-half interest in the Sanitary Market, formerly known as Simp son & Wheeler. The store will still be known as Sanitary Market. We intend to carry a complete line of groceries and meats and sell for cash at the lowest price possible. The ruling principle of our business must be to secure the permanent satisfaction of our customers. Sanitary Market ' METHODIST OIURCH. Our Sunday school ha3 never been better since the present pastor has lived in Alliance. It is getting to be an exception for a teacher to miss class. Some recent changes have been made in the teaching force. Mr. John son, who recently came to Allianco from Omaha, has taken charge of the boys just below the high school ago, Mr.-Johnson has had considerable ex perience in boys work and is proving a valuable addition to our force. A new men's class was organized last j Sunday in charge of Superintendent W. K. Pate, and we expect this to grow into, a large class very shortly. We believe it is safe to say that our school is nearly as large as it was a few years ago when the Alliance Methodist church was at the high water mark. A large and appreciative audience was present last Sunday night and listened to the sacred concert given by Mr. Mann's orchestra, and many com plimentary remarks have been heard about the music. ' A good many people did not know there was an orchestra in our city which specialized in high trrade classical and sacred music. which did not day for dances. We i hope we shall nave the pleasure of listening to them again. Next Friday, the missionary pro gram, announced elsewhere in the paper, will be held here. At 7:30 in the evening Mrs. Bowers will give an address in the Methodist church, to which the public is invited. M. C. SMITH, Pastor. Well say this for the tightwad: He very seldom gets into the poor house. W. 11. HUECHSENSTEIN l'hone 40 C.E.SIMrSON 120 West Third Street. I Is Always Accept able for Xmas. IVORY We make up your sets for you or single I pieces Hair Receiv- ers, Powder Boxes, .Mirrors, Manicure Pieces or Sets. Also Shell and Amber Sets. .. ..'.... ft F. J. Brennan. TTT O MRS me Army and Navy Stores to Discon tinue Business Soon Prices will be slashed to the lowest level during the remainder of our stay here. Only aiew days left folks, to buy this high class Merchandise at prices that will surprise you. ummmM Come In and See For Yourself REMEMBER! ONLY A FEW MORE BAYS LEFT . ' v Army and Navy Stores ! r 1 1 119 Box Butte Ave Alliance, Neb. Open Evenings Until 8 p. m. 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