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the Alliance herald. Friday, December le. 1921. .
FIVE CHURCH OF CHRIST Taking a Journey fs the subject for the morning sermon. This is the reason when many are eettinir ready for a journey. There are the many fletails in preparat;on. In the Journey of life do you give the fame considera tion to plans in detail? At the eve ning hour the pubject is, "The Lost Piece of Silver." Money is a neces sity. Among its many legitimate pur purposes are: The tithe, which be-j longs to the Lord; for food, raiment 111. A 1 . I ana sneuer. as comrades in a com 3. Xmas Specials! , OFFICE CHAIRS Elm and Oak He'd Like One ,ri Priced especially low for l Christmas trade. f $9.50; $14.50, $18.00 1 $22.50 I GEO. D. DARLING 3 115-117 West Third Street g -non cause we cart use our time, tal ent and means for a blessing to all. rhe joy of service is the satisfaction what it brings. The Bible school rooms can all be used next Sunday. While ws have been working at a great disadvantage on account of crowded conditions since the fire, now we can better accom modate the 300 which we expect next Lord's day. Every class is growing and with the loyal corps of teacher greater progress will be made. The Christmas program will be giv en on Friday evening, December 21 The offering is sent for ministerial re lief. This assists in the support of aged ministers, their widows and or phans. The Endeavor society is do'.ng good work and affords a field for service and development for all young peo- ?le. Robert Lawrence is. president, ou will bo helped at nil services. Come to the church with a message and a welcome. STEPHEN J. EPLER, Minister. BAPTIST CHURCH. Everybody seems to be delighted with the entertainment of last Tues day. It was of high class, in charac ter, personnel and numbers. That was quite a Joke that was un intentionally played on several of our families last Sunday evening,, when they came to the church at their usual hour, f.bout 7:15, only to find that every aisle had been filled full of chairs and that not one person could get in any farther than the front steps, so they had to go to other churches, or home. Well, some no doubt heard a real preacher preach for a change. It will do them good. Come early next time and we will give you seats. We appreciate the effort of several rail road men who are trying to get other men to send their . children to our Sunday school. That is good work; keep it up. The parsonage has five rooms and if you crowd us too much we will put on an addition to the church. The pastor fs toM that his articles in the labor column will be published in the national labor paper that is sent to every nook and comer of the United States. Let the good work go on. We are striving to defend the right, and make our life a help to the wage earn ers, and to make At least one chorcn in Alliance, the champion of the prin ciples of the Carpenter of Nazareth, who loved the cqmmon people, we are j . :1 i I .1 i J I i i i .i 2 Look for The Jfame Stamp on Every Piece -; of Genuine , '. Ivory Pyralin Toiletware HERSHMAN & SCOTTEN 214 Box Butte Alliance, Nebr. t Is ki "Miit y i t'to Mh ts'm Tvfr ffir "Mr ffi nimimt :m::;::KK noockelSDin Sisfem M 1 As Simple As Can Be A complete, practi cal, boo kk repine outfit for tho small business. No bookkeeping experience reauired to handle it. Entries caa bo made in a fev minutes each day. Supplies Tax Return Data Each year Unclo Sam is calling for more facts in regard to Dusinesa profits. It is dangerous and costly to guess. The ABC System not only takes cue of tax returns but is a valuable guide to successful management. It Tells You At a Glance Whether you are making or losing money What your expenses have been What you bave paid out for merchandise How much cash you have How much you owe I low much ia owed to you How much you bavo la fixture, etc. occtrvto CASH PAID OUT : HECORQ Ask for Booklet Giving Complete Information r RECORD OFl CASH : BALANCES j glad that we can ray that the Baptist church is with "us, heart and soul, in this great battle. As we said Sunday night, this church is yours and I am yours. We are all brethren, and us brethren we will stand or fall together. Bring your families to the church where "there is no difference between classes," where the man in overalls is as welcome as the man in broadcloth. Make this your distributing center, a center of inspiration, of helpfulness and to higher livings A wagonloud of potatoes are awaiting distribution. If you know of any in need, call us up. Come to the men's class, and we will study together our Savior's rem edy for the great evils of the day. He was a carpenter, come and learn of him, through the pastor as teacher. Sunday school at 10; preaching nt 11: young people's meeting nt 6:13, and preaching at 7:.10. Subject, mom ins:, "The Mort Intolerant Preacher of j History; evening, "unrist and tne Railroad Man's Home." B. J. MINORT, Tastor. M ETHODIST CHURCH. We invite you to be present r.ext Sunday morning when the Christmas offering of twenty new membera will be given to the church. At the time of this writing, we have not found all of the twenty, but they will bi tliero Sunday morning. We have faith to believe it. We invite any peison who v.'ants Christ for his Savior, a church home, an oppoitunity to gie and ie teive help, to unite with our church either by letter or confession of faith. . Sunday evening. we will- have cn other special service, Rev. K. . Bag ley who represents the "eneral board of education of the Methodist church will be the speaker of the evening. Our people will not want. to miss this opportunity of hearing Dr. Bagly. The Methodist church from its begin ning depended on Christian education to furnish Its lecders and strengthen its cause. Our Methodist colleges nnd universities are training thousands of the best young people in America, as well as furnishing the church's lead ers. Take them from us, and the church would soon go out of business, for its source of leadership would be gone. Come out and hear Dr. Barley Sunday night The Christmas tree exercises will be held on Friday night, December 23 in the church, and a cantata will be given by the children of the Sunday school. Santa Claus will appear with his uiual treat. M. C SMITH, Pastor. LUTHERAN CHURCH Divine service Sunday morning 10:30. Sunday school at 9:30. F. DROEGEMUELLER, Pastor. at A fountain pen makes an idea) gift: Waterman's, Schaeffer's, and Moore's. Brennan's. 6 Brennan's have a special 5 lb. box fine chocolates at $2.00 the box. 6 Puncture-Resisting Tire. A newly patented puncture-resisting tire bus two. rlng-sliuped sections of molded rubber sponge," one fitting within the other, and the whole closely piling the tfre rasing. The Inner ring occupies the center of the tire. It Is of varlulile size, and serves as n wedge to sprend out the outer ring The larger It Is the more it com presses the air cells, apd the greuter the pressure on the tire. The air cells, existing In great number, ore claimed to give greater resilience than the single air-Inflated Inner tube. Classics. . "Are sou an admirer of the clas sics?" - "Yes." replied Miss. Cayenne; "al though I can t help regarding It at unfortunate that they ave bo much eu- ler to dance than thc-y are to read." "Few men," sagely observes a wise guy, "know what is really in them." They should try eatincr ice cream with pork and beans. ' When a moving picture serial is giv en the managers should take pains to see that the plot moves along a little every week or to. CLEAN THEM UP FOR XMAS A REMINDER Go to the phone right NOW while you think of it call No. 18, and have us Clean and Press your suit or Overcoat for Christmas. We know many people want this work done and 4 V-i "M . rrVi 4tiA l V r 9 t rwr or carelessness, neglect to have it done. IRVING -PITT MFG. CO. JUNS&S CITY - CHICAGO - NEW VOBK Burr Printing Co. i i'r I Others wait until the last minute. We" would rather give you the best cleaning and pressing service in Alli ance, but late rush orders necessarily handicapp us to some extent. Our Prices Are RIGHT WHY NOT CALL NOW? PHONE 18 Model Cleaners & Tailors We Call and Deliver Good Eats fpr Eess A STORE FULL OF REAL BARGAINS IN GOOD EATABLES YOU CAN FIND HERE SATURDAY OR ANY OTHER DAY Quality and Service Guaranteed s Fresh Dressed Springers,. per lb. . . .25c Fresh Dressed Hens, per lb. 22c Rolled Rib Roast, lb. ...... .20c Fresh Side Pork, lb. ........ 14c Pot Roast, lb . . 15c Fresh Pork Shoulder, lb. . . . 15c Beef Boil, lb. 10c Fresh Ham Roast, lb. ...... .22c MINCEMEAT DILL PICKLES PIMENTO CHEESE , OLIVES SOUR PICKLES SWISS CHEESE ' BULK KRAUT SWEET PICKLES CREAM CHEESE Come-in and select your Christmas Candy while we still have a good assortment from, per lb. .' 20c to 45c Soft Shell Almonds, per lb. ............. ,25c English Walnuts, Brazils, Mixed Nuts and Shell English Walnuts Dates, Figs, Citron and Orange Peel, Xmas Trees .,., Full Line Fresh Vegetables and Fruits -'I . . - . - Milk and Cream From GUY RUST'S Tested Herd Cream, Guaranteed to wrhip, per pint ...... . . . .30c Milk that IS PURE Milk, per quart ........ ..10c PALACE MARKET Phone 131 ; Guy Smith, Prop. We Deliver Greatest Price Reduction ON ALL - - - BATTERIES $19.90up Prest-O-Lite again reduces iti entire price list, bringing prices of standard automobile storage batteries down to the lowest point in years. Prest-O-Lite was last b raise and first to reduce. These new bedrock prices for 1922 are eTective immediately. These are not . "special" models. You get the same guaranteed high-powered, long-life Prest-P-Lite Batteries that are now standard equipment on 87 makes of motor cars and tru;ks and the list is growing daily. 6-VOLT TYPE FOR FORDS an3 MANY OTHER LIGHT CARS f Sy Yesterday's Price Price Year Ago A mt IV SJLo 29-60 $36-00 45 ' NEW TRADE-IN PRICE . U LESS THAN CI Q QH LESS THAN YETERDAY sJ V. VU 1920 12-VOLT TYPE FOR MAXWELL DODGE and FRANKLIN New Trade-in-Price Yesterday's Price One Year Pri:e ' Ago $32.30 S41.30 $53.10 6-Volt Type for Buick, Chandler, Chalmers, Hudson, Maxwell, Oakland, Essex, etc., from $24.65 up These are typical reductions. Every size and type is reduced and there is a Prest-O-Lite for every make of motor car and truck. Go to the nearest Prest-O-Lite Service Station. Trade in the old battery for a pow erful, long-life Prest-O-Lite, the battery of recognized cold weather superiority at a price little, if any, higher than you would pay for the just as good" kind. Prest-O-Lite, the oldest service to autonobile owners in America, is keeping faith in bringing down motoring costs. M--tmtxammmxxm& Schaf er Auto Supply BUD SCIIAFER, Prop. 115 East Third Street Phone 63 xtmtmtittmtmtxttmt mm 4