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THE ALLIANCE HERALD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1921.
Fivn CHUROES mm mJilvT . Schaferil aru1 M,ss" Ka-i Wednesday evening the ladies of the anne Kieigle enteitaineU ihur.sliay Catholic church had a Christmas tree evening at a Monte Cano whist party at the basement of the church. A in honor of Mr.. Llvis Khein ot Ha- large crowd attended. venia, S. D., and Miss Ang:e Wilson, of Lead, S. D. Miss Wilson won the Mrs. J. H. Conham of Dunlap, Neb., Iiign score, and Mrs. Frank Abegg won who has been in Airiance for the pa.-t the lice lor all. A du,nty two-couie month for melical treatment, returned luncheon was served, "lhose present to her home Thursday. were Mcrdames Ji. G. Dauman, J. S. - tihDn' tJo6u OConno, f'ranm AOdgg, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wilt returned 11. V. Toohey, II. A. Johnson, A. U. Wednesday morning from a two Sturgeon, W. L. O Keele, E. V. weeks' visit with Mr. Wilt's parents O keefe, II. L. Sims, Kay hoag, Wil- near Chicago. LUTHF.RAX CHURCH. Saturday evening a German service will be conducted at 7:30 o'clock. Sunday morning English service at 10:30. F. DROEGEMUELLER, Tastor. liam Neiman, R. L. Johnstone, George Mintzer, v alter Buechsenstem, Bert The recular weeklv luncheon of t,i . Duncan and the Misses Nell Acheson,' chamber of commerce will be held on Julia Frankle, Katherine and Marie Tuesday, on account of Monday being Buechsenstein, Kuth. Morris, Margaret' a holiday. Dwyer, Mary, Winnie and Emmal Barry, Rosina Merk, Mary Harmon' Merritt Chaffee, who has been and aim Dwyer of Denver. IJArTIST CHI RCII. The following are known tn b on the sick list at this writing and should be visited: Mrs. Bart Young. Mra. S. B. Mitchell and brother Pauline. The large bouuuet sent to the church by GUI' fliptldfl of k'inir'a Pninoo ti-oa I divided and taken to these sick folks, Now that Christmas is over we are laying our plans for the next year. The pastor has his 1922 tentative pro gram about finished and will present it to the church next Wednesday even ing, which is the monthly business evening. It calls for some things that may seem visionary to some, but which we believe possible for the Baptists of Alliance. Another union has uahpted spending the vacation with relatives '. l"e pastor into its membership, and we in Alliance, returned Sunday to nave thereby added responsibility to secration meeting. EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Evening service at 7:30 p. m. We There will be Communion service at will present a beautiful set of colored n'n o'clock, and morning Prayer and slides, all new, entited "Among the Sermon at eleven o'clock. There will Southern Mountaineers." This set he no Sunday school and no evening takes us through the rugged nnd beau- service. mui country which produced Ameri- great hero of the World war, AI A vm ' York. A picture of Mr. York nt ni mountain home is among the slides. Only one more set of slides booked tor this year. Come and enjoy them with ' us. All are invited. I A. J. KEARNS, Tastfo. ' A. O. DODGE, Rector. Get one of those big calendars at Thiele's. 10 Special dinner served In the Palm Room New Year's eve and New Year's day.. Alliance Hotel. Wednesday evening a number of friends of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wright very pleasantly surprised them at their home at 921 Big Horn avenue. The guests gathered at the home, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Smith and went to the Wright home in a body. The evening was spent in playing games, after which dainty refresh ments were served. Mr. and Mrs. ( Wright were presented with a beau-! tif ul fet of cut glass goblets by , the group.' Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Smith, Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Drake, 1 Clay Ogle, and the Misses Mardel Drake, Rozina Merk, Edna Tenedict, Mable Sward, Ethel Graham and Vel-. ma Martin. Omaha. which we shall try to be true. We are , I expecting additions right along now. Superintendent F. G. Gurley re-' Many are asking about the church and turned Friday morning from Chicago' its doctrines. where he has been on company busi- The pastor will meet with some of ness. the boys to consider a boxing course for the boys for the rest of the winter, C. A. Dow left the first part of the and perhaps to organize a rifle squad week to begin work on wiring the to develop them in target practice and depot at Newcastle, Wyo. I the art of self-defense. We hope to (make much of outdoor life with the Mrs. C. A. Dow i3 spending the boys over twelve years of age the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. George- remainder of the winter. Wiltsey at Hemingford. I This, our first yt-ar in Alliance, now . i drawing to a close, has been on of the Mrs. George Davis will entertain happiest of our ministerial life, and the past matrons and past patrons we have never had closer co-operation club at her home tonight. I than here. Looking back, w e have many things lo thank Uod for; looking Thielc's Thick's 'JL P.lCTCTU'ttTT ACT f eSLg-vas j ; - ALARM CLOCKS At Reduced Prices BIG BEN, now $3.50 Slcepmetcr . . . $2.00 America, now . $1.50 Wis I D. W. Purinton left the first of the forward, we are inspired by the really week for Albany, Wis., where he will great things we will be asked to under- buy a carload of dairy cows. .take for God and humanity. : ' rresents irom the men have con-! Master Mechanic J. B.- Irwin left tinucd to come in this week, and we do Thursday for Lincoln on company not know how to adequately thank our business. lnends; however, we shall show our I cratitude hv nets, nnd not u-nivls. I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wilt- J. J. Cox, division freight agent for Subjects for Sundav as follows: Fey, well-known merchant of Heming- the Burlington at Lincoln, was in Al- Morning, "What Mean -Ye By This ford. The groom ha3 lived at Hem- Hance on company business. Service." A communion sermon, fol- ingford, but at present is at the head , . , lowed by communion. Evening. "Look- At the Methodist parsonage last Wednesday morning, William Moravek of Lander, Wyo., and Miss Margaret Wiltsey of Heminglord were united m marriage, Rev. Mearl C. Smith offi ciating. The bride is the youngest i BIRTHS To Mr. and Mrs. Phillip L. Castle, of the St. Michael's Mission for In lians near Laramie, and is engaged in teaching them scientific agriculture. The young cople left immediately for Thursday, December 28, a baby girl home. The ceremony was witnessed. NOTICE. Dy otiss tfiancne wuisey, sister or me bride, and Charles Moravek, brother of the groom.. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Wyoming Northeastern Oil Comnanv will be held at the office Wednesday night the Alliance Fire of the president in the Reddish Block, department held their regular monthly in the city of Alliance, Nebraska, on meeting. The main business of the January 9, 1922, at 7:30 o'clock p. m. meeting was completing arrangements I F. A. BALD, President, for the delegates to go to the state Attest: L. C. THOMAS, Secretary, convention at Norfolk. They will hold , their annual ball Monday night at the t1 J- t1 Roof Garden, the proceeds to go for lvailiuaua i 1UU the expenses of the convention dele gates. A special meeting has been called for next Wednesday night at me Hack nnd Forward " A vof rnurinrr and glance at prospects. The lesson compiled by the pastor, for the men's class will be given out Sunday, so come and join the pastor's class to study the Bible from a man's standpoint, t ome to the men s church B. J. MINORT, Pastor. which time the plans for the conven tion will be completed. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin D. Walker re- METHODIST CHURCH Work on the new church is progres- J sing nicely. The contract has been let for the plastering, and it i3 ex-' pected that it will be started next; week. What resolution will you make for this New Year? Why not begin at tending Sunday school or church ? Or perhaps to begin Christian life and unite with the church. The Sunday morning sermon will be a New Year's messaire. I W m i "TT i tt a A uni(le New Year's candle light The railroads will flood the United Pervice will be held at 7:30 Sunday States railroad labor board with ap- evening. Twelve "girls representing Another Slice From Payrolls AZOREA FACE POWDER Any Color. Rejrularly sold for $1.30. This week, only 89c VICTOR RECORDS For January go on sale Sunday, lie sure to hear them. THE SPINAL COLUMN A PHONOGRAPH FOR 50 CENTS Tickets given for each 5Cc cash purchase and for each 50c paid on account. ' , THIELE'S Tht Sttrt With a Cuaranin Without Rid Taf i THE SAFE, SANE AND SURE WAY PROCRASTINATION ' N the Ihicf of health. A half, sick reeling is an Indicator that should never go unheeded. Put ting off only given disease the time it nerds to set a foothold. Slaying at home and nursing your IIU, and promising to "do something" for yourself "home time" is no more procrastination than doctoring incessantly for the effects of your trouble. There Is only one way to get around having your health stolen from youGKU RID OF THE C'AUSK of your disease. Din. ease in an EFFECT.. Without a CAUSE there can be no KF FECT. .. .... f'ttt Modern scientists hare proven that in more than ninety per cent of diseases the cause is pressure on the nerves, which stops or hinders the transmission of the vital force or mental iin- fiurses with which Innate Intel igence (Nature) supplies the entire body, and without which there ran be no life. The inly place where such pressure i'an occur is in the spine, whero the nerve cables emit from tho spinal column. The segments or vertebrae of the spina become suMiixated or displaced, press upon th? nerves at the point of emission, shutting off part of tho vital force or mental impulses from the brain to the various parts of the body, and the result is ill health Di-case. Chlroprnctors are spine spe cialists. They are experts in lo cating and adjusting the CAUSE of disease. Chiropractors do not use medicine, surgery, or osteopathy; neither do they treat, heal or cure. They adjust the spine so that a free and nor mal current of vital force may pass through the nerves to all parts of the body at all times. Nature does the curing. See your Chiropractor. Consultation without charge. DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chiropractic Health Service. Over Harper's Dept. Store . i . ' i . turneu fiasi ween irom an eMcrui.-u piicanuiis xvr icuutuuus ui nages ui tne twelve months of the new year, auto trip in the eastern part of Kan- all classes of employes shortly after an(j eacn carrying a candle, will light sas. Thev visited Mrs. Walker's par- January 1. according to press reports. .Jinf of tha nifai. f ik xhiuvh ti, ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McCroskey, Applications will ask cuts of from significance of this symbolism will be at Holton,, and also with Mr. Walker's 10 per cent for train service employes explained in the ad:lress of the pastor, parents at Phillipsburg. Mr. Walker to 30 per cent for common labor. Music will be played during the en says they had a splendid trip, encoun-1 The onslaught will attempt to slash jre gervice. tenng very good roads all the way ex- szoo.uuu.oou irom employe envelopes, MEARL C. SMITH. Pastor. cepb Deiween iiere ami oiuhcj, nirac it nut eaiu. they had to buck snow. After leav-1 The issue is coming to a head ing Sidney, it was almost like summer, ' through failure of roads and employes .MtV. Ar-it mails nnrl verv litt.lft ennw. I tn noron nn WBCrpa. Pmpticallv everv class A cai-rier has notified employes will be the subject for the Mica Mnria Tfihhl ontj-t fltnpd at a nf 4m nor. dino- puts, but it is stateV. no '. sermon, New Year's day. theatre party with a luncheon fter- road of importance has convinced Its 'en!n? noV' th,e s)il!jecJ wlU P' The ward in honor of Miss Grace Spacht. ! workers that present wages are not Devil Chuckles. This is a chart ser Miss Kibble's miests were the Mis3cs.fair. Imon which has been given at the mid- CHURCH OF CHRIST "Watchman What of the Night?" the morning At the Mew Bak Thelma Wesley. Francis Collins, Jen nie Hiton and Mesdames Fred Yanders, Morris Nelson and Heffie Campbell. furriers were victorious in several week service and the request is madi engagements during the past year and to give it on Sunday evening. It will chiefs of iJie big five brotherhoods and be another grand sight to see the the A. F. of L. have mobilized to seek church house filled at all the service i Maurice Caldwell of Rushwell, who better terms next year. They threaten beginning the first of the year. The has been at home from the Nebraska to use the strike vote taken last Sep- past year has brought many blessings. Wesleyan University during thetember, when a walkout was narrowly It has been the best year for results Christmas holidays, arrived yesterday averted, if wage negotiations go for a few days visit at the home or against them Derore tne Doarci. his sister, Mrs. Mearl C. Smith. He, Practically 2,000,000 railroad em will return to Lincoln Sunday nieht. doves are earnnig $500,000,000 less annually than they did in l'JZU. since our coming to Alliance. There have been more additions at regular service than in any one year before this, the Bible school has had nor- New mal growth each year. We are i.lso W. D. Rumer. who underwent an decrease demands, if effective, will very nappy io Deueve mat our circle operation at the St. Joseph hospital raise this total to nearly three-qutr- j of friends and aquaintances has m recently, has recovered sufficiently tolters of a billion dollars. creased by the multiplied ratio. The be able to be out on the street. Mr. The $200, -000,000 - cut now asked greatest satisfaction that can come is Rumer says he is feeling good but is represented the remainder of the $600,-, to see people growing in grace, by the ooo.uoo raise grantea employes Dy me muiupueu use ui vnxi-iciven uuems. in board July 1, 1920. . I an we are very tnanKiui lor uie many The Pennsylvania has secured a iavors oi me past year, wnai counts temporary injunction restraining the more than friendship and the confi board from publishing a decision which dence of those with whom' you as is claimed to censure the road for vio-, sociate? The contributions have come lation of one of its rules. I from many. Hence to the boys and This action is hailed as 6f great im-, gins, to the young men and women, to portance is determining whether the ra I labor board is armed with any real authority. i If the railroad is sustained, it is said, it will be the biggest impetus given the open shop movement in many years. still very weak. A. M. Chammess of Ulrichville, O., who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. D. E. Purinton, left Tuesday night for Sterling," Colo., where he will visit with relatives. . , F. T. Helpbringer returned Thurs lay from a two weeks' vacation in Los Angeles, California. Mrs. Help bringer remained there for a longer visit. Mrs. Oscar Maret, who has been vis iting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson, left Wednes day noon for her home at Thermopohs, Wyo. NOTICE. the men and women, the wishes of the minister and his family are for a very happy new year. Begin the new year right by coming to the church with a message and a welcome. STEPHEN J. EPLER, Minister PRESBYTERIAN CHUROI. Tb nnstnr and familv wish tn ex The annual stockholders meeting of nresa their thanks and annreciation of it V II lIlf Ml 1 r - . . . . . - me neraia ruuubnmg company win on the many beautiful ana useful girts held at the office of the company in the received, and for all the joys of the Mice T iiiinn Bonina. who has been attending college in Denver, is spend- Reddish Block, in the city of Alliance, I Christmas season which your generous .nST the cnnsinius ytuuii ...v.. . .. " j -i "".lununess nt uuuiueu us. . .1 If T I ' Kavvlna 1 .'lwlr T m pai-ents, wr. anuiu. - y. .m. Attest: JOHN W. THOMAS, Secy. Mr. and Mrs. William Mitchell en tertained Judge and Mrs. Tash and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Newberry at a six o'clock dinner Thursday evening. NOTICE. The annual meeting of the stock- ' holders of the Western Publishing t...i. onri Mrs. T. V.. Tash entertain i Mr and Mrs. Harvey G. Ellis and Company will be held at the office of daughters, irma ana f.inriyn, aim s, Wayde, at dinner Thursday. The.pbstoffice windows will not be open Sunday and Monday and the car riers wilt not go out, but the toail will be distributed in the boxes. ' Operator X. H. Vhl" ft Crawford WAIIUqm AVednesday; jtor QO the company in the Reddish Block, in the city of Alliance, Nebraska, on Feb ruary 6, 1922, at 7:30 o'clock p. m. L. C. THOMAS, President. Attest: JpHN, W. THOMAS, Secy.- ' It's easier to keep used auto than a misused ook w ,.. . M . l It mart e aie to b rich nlWv a t. V ' a . n.tunr Tkursdar.jrner ha will re-. nothing to do tut ret married once in HA Sunday we will begin the New Year by observance of the universal concert of Prayer as observed throughout Christendom, using the themes sug gested by the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, and at this particular time when the theme of International Peace is uppermost we will present the situation as outlined in the literature of the International Counciliation association. The Church Peace Union, The General Committee on the Limitation of Armament, the Fellowship of Reconciliation, the World Alliance for International Friendship, and the National Security League, all of which literature we re ceive, regularly with instruct! oni .. to" present it as widely aa possible. : - ' Eadeavor. society al 6:60.-' Tb tficxcw ia,VDUer eotietiea. K fioa- Opens Monday, Jan. 2 Alliance Patrons May Now Try the Bread With the Prize-Winning Name. V "Krispy Krust" Just As Good As It Sounds "Krispy Krust" bread has been made for those people ' who like something distinc tively good with a taste - that never grows old. WE KNOW YOU'LL LIKE IT. And we are going to make it worth your while to try it Our Special Introductory Offer . In order to get you acquainted with the quality of "Krispy Krust" Bread, we will for one week only give one loaf of bread FREE to every person who buys two 10c loaves. BUY TWO GET THREE FOR ONE WEEK ONLY The Alliance Hotel Bakery will carry anything you want in the Pie, Cake and Pastry line. Just pay us a visit on our opening day, buy two loaves of "Krispy Krust" and see the many items you can get to improve me iamiiy taoie. Alliance, Hotel Bakerv ,-.-kK: ' XiiL.MILLX!, .Proprietor. Alliaac? Hotel