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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1921.
9 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS m bF somethlnfT Hun- a!.0 PPI scan thaaa Want At columns looking; for what you r other hav to offer. 0t quick rasvlta by advertising; in The Harald Want Ad department. RATES On cen par word par Insertion. Coata no mora than thar nawapapera and wa irunr. autea that you reach aavaral hun dred mora reader. Buy circula te) n, not hot air. FOR RENT FOR RENT Modern house; 6 rooms, large bath; full basement; lot lOOx 130; good location will lease 1, 2 or 3 years: prefer to rent to parties who will buy the furniture. Must have references. Apply at THE HERALD or Phone 941. 4tf FOR SALE FOR SALE Reed baby buggy. Phone 527. 5p FOR SALE-One registered mam moth Jack; will trade for pood mules or good worjt horses. Call for No. 526 at THE HERALD. 4-6p FOR SALE Buff Orphington cock erels; bred from prize winning and good laying strain. Mrs. J. A. Kee gan. . 2-tf FOR SALE Small house, modern; A-l location. Phone 124. tf FOR SALE Big type Chester White boars; best of breeding. . Phone 801F11. D. E. PURINTON. 71-tf FOR SALE Good used cars. A. H. 'JONES Co., 8rd and Cheyenne, tf WANTED CLERKS, for Postal Mail and Govern ment Field Service. $125 month. Experience unnecessary. For free particulars of examinations, instruc tion, write R. TERRY, (former Civil Service examiner) 734 Continental Bldg., Washington, D. C. 5-6p WANTED Agents make good money selling $2.50 Electric -Hot Plates. Buy fifty and get exclusive'territory. E & E ELECTRIC SERVICE CO., Kansas City, Kansas, General Delivery FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED Ladies to introduce new style, luxurious, silk powder puffs, filled with powder, each containing a beautiful Christmas gift. Big values. Sample dollar each. LEADER CO, io unve, st. .louis, mo. 6p MISCELLANEOUS V A TT Vh a - a r-a ijaxnu uakuaiins write for my largo list on crop payment plan. JESS KISNER, Garden City, Kas. " -: 105-7p HAND LAUNDRY now open for busi ness at 223 West Second street. All work guaranteed or money refunded. Phone 748. , T-105-2-4-6 NOTICE OF HEARING. In the County Court of Box Butte County, Nebraska. j In the Matter of the 'Estate of Frank Fishbaugh, deceased. All persons, both creditors and heirs, interested in the estate of Frank Fish baugh, deceased, are hereby notified .that M. A. Keeder, formerly M. A. Pease, filed her petition in this Court as the owner of the following describ ed real estate, to-wit; the Southeast Quarter (SE) of Section Four (4) Township Twenty eight (28) Range Forty Seven (47) Box Butte County, Nebraska; that she alleges that said Frank Fishbaugh departed this life in Box Butte County, Nebraska, on the 10th day of July, 1890, leaving no last will or testament, and praying that a time and place be fixed for a hearing on said petition and that on said hear ing f arther administration be not had and determining the right of descent of said real property, the persons to whom it descended and their legal in terest therein and the interest of the petitioner therein. You and each of you are therefore notified that a hearing will be had on said petition on the 30th day of De cember, 1921, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of said date at the rooms of the County Judge of said Box Butte County at the Court House located in the town of Alliance, and that if you fail to appear and contest said petition the court will grant the prayer thereof. (Signed) IRA E. TASH, (Seal) County Juug Hollister & Cunningham, Attys. Nov.29-Dec.20. DIRE DISTRESS It Is Near at Hand to Hundreds of Alliance Readers. Don't neglect an aching back. Backache is often the kidneys' cry for helD. Neglect hurrying to the kidneys' aid Means that urinary troubles may follow. Or danger of worse kidney trouble. Here's Alliance testimony. Mrs. L. E. Joliff, 609 W. 3d St, says: "I have found Doan's Kidney Pills a most excellent remedy and am always giaa to speaic a goou worn xor them. 1 have had attacks of backache and pains in my side when doing my housework that made me feel miser able. Some times when I stooped 1 had attacks of dizzy spells and specks came before mv eyes almost bunding me. When I get one of these attacks I get a box of Doan's Kidney Pill. at tfrennaj s Urug More ana iney cure me anZjteave me feeling fine." Prie 60c. at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidnev Pills the same that THE PARSON'S CORNER By Rev. B. J. Minort, Pastor of the First Baptist Church, Alliance) The Intolerance of Christ. We occasionally hear of this and that maiVixii )ai rr (ntnlafonf Vvi f Ai vou ever stoD to notice how intolerant Christ was? A certain amount of in- injf of the Master must have more tolerance is demanded upon the part than mere external morality, it must of a real preacher of the gospel. We have godliness, live in a day when the old time faith , ' , is assailed as never before, and the Again, Christ showed a holy intol preacher who has nerve enough to eiance against mere sentimentalism insist on scriptural methods and doc-. minus sacrifice. The mam difference trines is at once held up as intolerant. 1 between Christianity and the phansee If one criticises something good, he is ism of today is that one calls for real called a crank. Now, a thing may be perfect in its class, yet be inferior to a thing out of its class. Christ was intolerant with many Brood things. Christ encouraged and commended a moral life, but when morality was depended upon for sal vation He became At once intolerant with morality. He sa'd, "Except your rio-MpnusnpsR exceed that of the scribes and pharisees, ye can not Mitpr the kin e-dnm of heaven." Christ was intolerant with: i Ecclesiasticism, where heart right-, eousness was minus. Now, ecclesias- ticism in its place is a good thing, but out of its placo it becomes a curse. An o nhnrata fdhn nf wnrshin. a rranrt . choir and wonderful music all are good things providing they do not take the place of practical personal right liv ing. In the twenty-third chapter of Matthew, Christ calls the pharisees serpents, vipers, hypocritea and whited stpulchures, and yet the pharisees were noted for their elaborate form of temple services. Their rituals were of the most costly, and their faithful ness to every detail of worship was one of the notable things of Jewish wor ship, but it was all form and Christ did not hesitate to rebuke them in no uncertain words. If ecclesiasticism and ritualism will save, then the heathen who are stick ers for forms are in a better position than the christian churches. Ritualism in a lodge is just as effective as ritual ism in a church if trusted in for salva tion; but Christ says that neither can avail a man anything. Religion can save no man. It i3 the Lamb of God who shed his blood that can save, and all the churehes and their services, be they humble or elaborate, will prove a curse if depended upon for salva tion. This brines us to another thing that Christ showed a holy intolerance with, morality without godliness. In Matthew 7:21 He calls attention to the fact that. on the great judgment day many who had lived moral lives will expect to enter heaven, but to their sorrow their moral lives will not count rro Ll imra.r. FK ASCRIPTION DRUGGIST Til M" v A 3 4 This undertaking establishment occupies a position of eminence in the public" mind. We have won the people's commendation by painstaking:, praiseworthy methods and an up-to-date equipment. If you are in need of our services you will be pleased by the manner in which we transact busi ness.' ' Miller Mortuary MORTICIANS Phones: Day, 311 Night, 522 o? 533 T JUST ecT "Of f W n - ShAr to iMVtar ScO crt TRirtx IT M s Orvx wildcat ptfeRs.ep POHT FOR6CT IT u aw.. a VI up there. Mere morality allows the whitel scpuchre kind of religion In this world if a man is moral outwardly, he may accomplish the most immoral act; to long as he Is not found out he is considered a good man. In God's sight a man must be clean both, from within and without, otherwise nisi morality will prove a curse to him on the great day. All mere human or-' cranizationa call for moral lives, but the church thnt is following the teach sacrifice, the other for mere words. The world will never be saved on mere sentimentalism. Expressing sympathy cannot take the place of real active sympathy. There is too much of sen timentalism in the churches today. What we need is less sentiment and more result. ' We must prove our faith by our works. If your religion cost you nothing it is good proof that it is of no value to anyone else. You get out of religion about what you put in it. Sacrifice' is the measure of love. lr we are to judge some cnurcn mem- bers by this rule, they evidently love little. , , . . Again, Christ was intolerant with enthusiasm minus perseyerence. Kcad me ninm crispier oi iuae. , u uuee not know of the great numbers who come out in revival meetings, and a year after they cannot be found even around the church, to say nothing of in the church T The Galatian church was of that kind. The so-called annual re vivals are but a proof that the churches are not what Christ intended thev should be. The normal state of a ' Vinw in mnctnntlv nthuai'astic for the Lord's work. But now we must pump a little enthusiasm into it before we can get anything out 01 it. Lastly, His intolerance was shown against knowledge minus obedience. It is not more light that we neeL It is to obey the light we have. When we see how little many christians try to obey the plain teaching of scripture, it is not surprising at the little inter est shown in the church by the out siders. "Ye are My disciples if ye do what I command you." Are you a fol lower of the Christ? That San Franclso judge's proposal for shooting feebleminded jurors hasn't been carried out yet, we under stand, but the juries are still com pelled to suffer the gas attacks of the lawyers. , We will buy your furs and hides. O'Bannon & Neuswanger. 4-7 m AHLCWrb ' MOM INE COfffel 123 West Third Street Gene Byrnes ) St SAY 1 I HO CHfHMCtS J in Passenger Fares Account the holiday season, the Burlington Route will sell excursion tickets at one and one-half of the one-way fare for the round trip minimum excursion fare $2.50; dates of sale December 22, 23 and 24 final return limit January 4. Consult the Undersigned for Details. Avoid possible inconvenience or disappoint mentlet me make your reservations now. 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Sitting down to a good meal is al ways a better experience than getting up from one. The good job of the future will go to the young man who is getting him self ready to fill it now. When the other fellow's business is being discussed it is wise to let the other fellow do the talking. Now and then you bump into a downright crook, but the fact is that most of the people you meet and do business with want to do the right thing. Vacation is merely a mad competi tion to spend in two weeks the sav ings of a season. It's a mighty poor man that isn't good for f omething. WELDING GEO. H. BRECKNER 210 W. 3rd MOVING, PACKING. STOKING AND SHIPPING SNYDER TRANSFER AND FIREPROOF STORAGE "When It Your Move, Let Us Know" Office Phone, 13 Res. 881 and BIk. 730 F. A. BALD Attorney-at-Law Office in Reddish Block 41 Let Me Cry Your Sale R. A. WYLAN-D Auctioneer 1232 Missouri ' Telephone 884 L. A. 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