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We Call and Deliver Our Car is at Your Service 207 BOX BUTTE Phone 133 eat WE RETURN ALL VALUABLES FOUND IN YOUR POCKETS Cleaners of Quality Popular Prices tf '" V h' tirade or radicalism and slurring ( TIIC DIIDII1 CfPIIM 1 of other churche and niini.-ters. Now ' llC rUjLIO lUilUiYI me official lard of the liuj.tist i r. i. ! church has frruciou-ly accepted the t (hditorial by Our header.-..) lu rCsponsiblil., think uu-y hae kh-statim; tiu: cask. Evidently, "this i" the winter of our icf'i)tel this responsibility becau.-e iliey think this is un old tune 'denom inational tight ami they mu.-t le loyal to their denomination. so I ctmnot take It is a good thin print-! ser.ously that Ihc.-e gootl citizens stanu fion-conibustible. Uy'io a man ieninu iir. m.rani in ms pieaming oi i aiiean.-in or even in nis oi other churches and rmn- lii-co!)tent. inir nrrs.-rs are h M-.il. i mils le bully 10 be a new. i.aper man and get ull the dope first hand just as it breaks from every )u:trt"r. , Evidentlv Mr. Minort has no de fense, lle'has made none. It is true lie ha made nn attempt at a reply in which lie tries to dismiss, the issues with a story thout Abraham Lincoln. Shades of I.'inroln! I hope Mr; Minort loesn't take himself seriously and imagine he has anything in common with the great martyr president. Hut cgotinm will carry .men a great dis tance in their own estimation. Mr. Minort also told a story about shooting his little .22 rifle at random in the direction of three hound dogs and he says he knew which one waa Ihit by the noise it made. This story is m wise in point and a confession by Mr. Minort that he has been slurring the other ministers. Let us draw the inferences. He has been firing shots ;nt random at the three hounds (the tthree preachers) and since I have made bold to reply (made a noise), I am the hound that has been hit. Well, 1 Jiave not been hit at all, but this is Just a sample. . . We called attention to two principle features of Mr. Minort's work in Alli ance in the past year; First, his radi fi is both un-Christian and un-American; second, his defaming of other churches and ministers in this community, which is als oun-..nrisx,ian, rwr can be no defense for these atti tudes. A spirit of apology and repen i,nra wnuld he more cxacious. Mr. Minort has made no gesture of con trition; no low of repentance for these llagrant evils. We did not make these evils, we only pointed them out. They are here, ml apparently Mr. Minort will per sist in them. If he does persist in ihnm nt least the community will have leen apprised of their full significance, ami it may be a little more difficult "' xo carry inese uiumuw vim mi:ln Timcn iliinirs have been going on rf nmlv n venr. and mv reasons for pointing them out are these: f irst, i ni nn American citizen and I am jigainst the preaching and teaching and publishing of radicalism in Am erica, and most of all I object to it leing disseminata m my nomc vum ueiuming isters. We b( lievc they si In ply haven't understood the issue1-. Ol course if they mean to say that they are sup porting Mr. Minort in these things, then we have a more dangerous sit uation than we had at first anticipated. The things we have been calling i' Minort on, have nothing to do with the religion of the great Hapti.-t denomin ation and we know that these things ire not a part of their creed. - I sup iKse a great many people imagine that this is a denominational battle, but it imply isn t. It has nothing to do with our denominational allignments. It has only to do with Americanism ami the observance of christian ethics in the community. So all of you might just as well come out of your "denominational dugouts" where you are getting ready for a winter siege. t ome out where you can watch the "battle in the air," as one of the news paper men called it. Come out where you can hear the room zoom of the planes as they gyrate. Now as to organized labor. I be lieve in organized labor just as I be lieve in organized religion. I know neither would get very far unless or ganized around the principles they mean to support and maintain. How ever, I le!ieve in a full orbed gospel with a square deal for everybody. 1 do not believe in radicalism. I believe in constitutional processes for the Rovernment or industry, just as an American I believe in like processes in the government of state and com munity. Llsewhere I have sketched what to me is the only christian and proper way out in the future of in dustry, by the application of American govenmental procedure, common sense and the gospel of good will. Study your problems men, with an oper e, anil an open heart and mind. ny ol our common problems are still debatable issues. The public must le convinced. Thev must be convinced by intelligence. They will never be convinced by radicalism. It might be well to invite into your councils all styles of public men and hear what they think of your aspirations instead of accepting wholesale the self-appointed dictation of any one. At least this 2, That ny c, Procedure would be more broadening. ilium;. nc ...... j ... I Kimillv tho irnni hrnfhor uhn la nr. these un-American altitudes in mi; ,-",'.: ",: " , Y. " l i ininii'ii in nin iiiwviuvp i ikivk ni'ipr in- community is nv n..nw - aim a Christian ami oeneve i nuvt nf wh:it the Lord to earth to teach men 1 therefore deplore the substitution oi the spirit of radicalism tor me cP"'i Funcral Services for IMrs. Victor Covalt Held Thursday Funeral services for Mrs. Virtor Covalt were held at the Chri.-tian church, Thursday afternoon, conducted' by the P.ev. Stephen J. I'pler. Inter ment was in Greenwood cemetery,1 near Alliance. Nellie Mav Landon was born at Ash land, Neb.,' June 23, 1SS3 and died after a brief illness at St. Joseph's hospital. Alliance, January 11, ngel thirty-eight years, six moi.lhs find eighteen days. She was man led to Victor Covalt at Alliance, July "A l'.'Ol. To Mr. and Mrs. Covalt eiuht "hildren were born. One, a little gill, died in early childhood. Since their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Covalt, have lived on their ranch twentv miles southeast of Alliance. During the school year, Mrs. Covalt has been in town with the children troing back to the ranch on rriday when the weather would permit. She and the children attended perv ;ces at the Christian church, the chil dren bc'ng regular members of the Bible school. The sympathy of all is extended to the family in their be reavement. Besides the husband and children, 4ie is survived by two brothers and three sisters: Mrs. Ollie Stewart of Lewiston, Idaho; Emmet A. Landon of Greenwood, Neb.; Henry L. I.nn lon of Ashland, Neb.; Mrs. Mabel Dyer of Ashland, Kas. and Nettie Landon of Greenwood, Neb. viteu Him to the church l serve. have never proselyted, but I have al ways tried to express the welcome of my church to all who showed an inter est in it and who had no other church f the Gopcl of the Blessed God." home. But if 1 have talked with this lUTy, as a Christian citizen, I de- brother, and he disclose! that he had ilTre the defaming of the churches of no church home and I failed to ex- mmunftv and their ministers, press the welcome of my chureh which That many christian men and women i.y thi rommunitv deploreu inese Kinr in nur community is now evi- lent- i I nm undeserving of the titles so wntiiitmiKlv bestowed uoon me. I do aiot pose as the sole defender of the faith, the shepherd of the midnight tars, or the Archangel of Allah, or vhatever it was 1 have been called. Thev nre nice titles, all of them, but 1 lo not deserve them. I am simply a citizen of this community interested in lier welfare. l et me sav rieht here. T am entirely responsible for everything I have writ- l am not me tooi oi pawn ui uj- is always evident, then i am sorry The announcements of my church al ways carry a welcome with such wonts as. "All are cordially invited." All means just what it says all, and whosoever will may come. If the goixt brother had signed his name I would extend to him a personal invita tion but as he didn t, this is the best I can do to let mm Know ne is more than welcome to the fellowship and worship of the church which in God's gool providence 1 nave the honor to serve. As to where 1 get my salary. My church is composed of laboring men, farm ers, mechanics, railroad men, rancn- en l am nov nit? un ut iwn h ....j , , . . , IkmIv. I wrote my article as l write r.v... ..... . ' . in. W nrp trvinir to sei--e the Lord to- w sermnns. and as - j " - ... ... a rticle, without consulting tne win .:ercial club or its directors, without ;::y conference with railroad officials any one of them, without taking the matter lefore the board of the church I happen to serve. Neither Jiave I consulted with any individual in the community regarding it. 1 have only consulted my Lord, my con- . ..nr.r. nn,l mV S(n Of jUStice. i-i n 11. , - .- " . . i nm vwitinu- meielv as a citizen oi vi. mmmiinitv. It so happens that I can.imr nno nf ihe churches of this community. There was a time when denominations rngage.1 in rather ac debates about ditterent i.u.r-.ne4 of their particular creeds v Vi,wvo tVint ,1,-iv is hannilv past. But there are many who came through that period of denominational warfare o that when one preacher points out pome things regarding another many imagine it is a renewing of the old gether for the good of ull men, and all men are welcome. A. J. K EARNS, POINT OF ROCK CRKEK Mrs. Howard Essex the William Essex were home Mr and callers at Sunday. Carl Essex was an Alliance caller Monday. A few of the young folks visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nichols Sunday and all had a fine time. Mrs. Dillon is on the sick list. Mr. (J. M. Hums motored his daughter, Jesse Burns, to her school Sunday evening. Frankie Hashman was a caller on Miss Mary Mayoue Sunday. Mr. Wilium Essex and son Ernie went to Grand Island laest week THE SPINAL COLUMN THE SAFE, SANE AND SURE W AY WOULD YOU ENJOY EATING? Is there food that you crave and dare not eat? Are you thin and dyspeptic? Have you been told by one doctor that you have gastritis? By another ulcera tion of the stomach? By an other nervous dyspepsia? And so on until you are quite at a loss as to what is wrong? The truth is that what is ap parently wrong is only the ef fect of a cause, and the names the doctors have given it are of no consequence. Don't.. worry along with effects and talk about symptoms. Get at the root of all your trouble. Find the CAUSE and have it re moved. The Science of Chiropractic owes its phenomenal growth to results obtained in locating and removing the CAUSE of disease, and untold thousands of people who once suffered from various forms of stomach trouble are today in perfect, normal health. They owe their health to the discovery of the fact that dis ease is due to impingement of the nerves that emit from the spinal column and carry the vi tal force or mental impulses of Nature to all parts of the body, and to Chiropractic adjustments by which such impincements are permanently removed and Na ture given a chance to cure. See your Chiropractor. Consultation without obliga tion. DRS. JEFFREY & SMITH Chiropractic Health Service. Over Harper's Dept. Store. FAIR EXCHANGE A New Back for an Old One How an Alliance Resident Made a Bad Back Strong. The back aches at times with a dull indescribable feeling, making you weary and restless; piercing pains shoot across the region of the kidneys, and again the loins are so lame that to stoop is agonv. No use to rub 01 apply a plaster to the back if the kid neys are weak. 1 ou cannot reach tne cause. I'oilow the example oi tnis Alliance citizen. Mrs. Arch:e Middlcton, 022 W. 2d. St., says: "In our home Doan's Kid ney Pills are a family medicine. I had taken them when I had backache and other symptoms of kidney com plaint. I had dizzy spells and head aches that came on when my kidneys were not just as they should have been. A short use of Doan's Kidney Pills al ways regulated and strengthened my tidneys. The attacks of backache and NATURAL MISTAKE lizzy j pells left, too 1 bought Doan's Vhy the idea!" ejaculated the kind it Holstens Drug Store. jy 0ld gentleman, "the very idea of a Price C.Oc, at all dealers. Don't boy at your age, still wearing knicker implv n-k for n Vidney remedy ret bockers, snoking a cigarette I You Doan's Kidney Pills the same that should be ashamed of yourself. Haven't Idleton had. r oster-Milbum you any folks to Mrs. M Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. 14 "Oh, pardon me, young lady!" denominational warfare and the cry is j.t Hie.trd, "To thy tents, O Israel." Mr.' and Mrs. Nichols were callers My. "Inventory was aa.tresseu to.. h , h Tuesday. ithe subject of "Mr. Minort, and his re ligion." Remember, 'his religion ; not the religion of the Baptist church Neither was it an attack on organized labor. The organizations through "which Mr. Minort is working are in cidental. We feel they are rather the victims of his spirit and leadership than responsible for it The mention of these thing. in a few merry quips about deep water and union cards, and St. Peter were written in the happiest vein. The Baptist Treacher who preceded Mr. Minort used to jokingly tell me tlmt his sheep were whiter than mine liecause he said le had to wash his sheep and I just lry cleaned mine. Well, I didn't get sore, The only serious thing I said to the local Baptist church was to point out their responsibility to the community in supporting their present pastor in Ieo Hashman was a caller at Ed gar Hashman's Tuesday.- Mrs. W. Bowlen has returned from Alliance where she has been doctor ing. CROUP For SpasmodicCroup rub Vicks over the throat and chest until the difficult breathing is relieved then cover with a warm flannel cloth. J VapoRud Oner 17 Million Jan Uttd Yearly It's time to prepare for planting. Shall we send you our 1922 Year Book? It's just chucked full of valuable information tells you how and when, and where and what to plant. Just as interesting to the home planter as to gardener or farmer. Send for it today Tree. THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN SEED CO. DENVER, COLORADO. MR-HAPPV PARTY 1 I I I 5 BEEF BROTH UKETHlS IS OrU.V MADE--, FROM BEEF That is the h(5Hest grade ! Broth that Is made from the beef we sell will make you smack your lips. All of the choice meats to be found in this market are appetiz ing and nutritious. No won der Mr. Party boosts for our meats. Eggs, Bread and Butter All kinds of Cheese. Home Boiled Ham Brookfleld Sausage Try Our Delmonico Pure Pork Sausage Home Made We Deliver Anywhere Four Times a Day. STHE MODEL MARKET WEST 4THS7. PHONE MM, ram i. :..V ( , ft 2 4 IM.t AMtKICAN FIXTURE COMPANY liaaiiiEiHj Inventory Time is a Good Time to Plan Those New Fixtures Let the Larpest Fixture Factory in the Rocky Moun tain Region Figure With You on Your Probable Re quirements. We design. Build and Install Store, Bank and Office Fixtures, Wall Cases, Show Cases, Interior Work, etc. Best Quality Materials and Workmanship at Moder ate Trices. We are Manufacturers of Distinctive Fixtures Built to your Order. FRANK KIRCHHOF. Ppis.otNT' OFFICE AND FACTORY lifl 1232-46 ARAPAHOE ST. -DENVER, COLO. .F.STAHL.v.cePbes LOUIS ANDERSON, Sky. 1 VJ1 The public whom we serve have shown that they appre ciate the unfailing courtesy shown by everyone employed by this establishment. We command everyone's respect for the satisfactory manner in which we conduct funeral services. We are equipped in a twentieth century manner as to equip age and experience. Miller Mortuary morticians Phones: Day, 311 Night, 522 or 535 123 West Third Street Ii IJ THE UNIVERSAL CAR I I To the business man, retail or wholesale ; to the manufacturer ; to the commis- III sion man; to the trucking company, the Ford Model T One Ton Truck makes H I an irresistible appeal because it has in its chassis all the merits of the original HI Ford car; the wonderful Ford Model T Motor, the dependable Vanadium steel chassis, and the manganese bronze worm-drive. A strongly built truck that serves satisfactorily and lasts in service If these statements were not truer Hill the demand for Ford Trucks wouldn't be so constantly on the increase. We HI will be pleased to take your order for one or more Ford Trucks, will see that you I III I get reasonablv prompt delivery, and will give you an after service that insures HI the constant service of the Truck. But don't wait too long. Get your order HI in promptly.