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Democrat-Tribune (Newspaper) - May 28, 1921, Jefferson City, Missouri SATURDAY MAY I Will Attend School CHURCH NOTES Presbyterian Church E W Behner Minister Sunday School worship Who are Christs Friends I C E worship sermon A Heartless Wednes day Prayer and Bible Study A cordial welcome to all Christian Church R M Talbert Pastor TAls is Memorial Sunday The pas tor will preacn a sermon on Taps Sounded and Ebeneezer Raised as a tribute to our honored dead Paul Finishing His Course is the evening subject C E meeting at p m Every member of the Bible School should be present Game get the good coming to you and help make a record which we will be proud of Midweek meeting of all State Con vention Counties at the church The First Baptist Church Paul Weber Pastor Sunday School L T Waller Supt morning worship Th j Judgement of rhe The firs of a series of sermons on Judgenuen B Y P Russell Wren President evening service Solving Pilate The public is cordially invited to attend the services of this church i Strangers and visitors will receive a hearty welcome Mrs Carl Tiauernicht Organist Mrs W W Bratton Violinist Eclipse Gee Whiz Man Give Your Feet a Chance Dont coop them up in high Shoes this kind of weather Enjoy life in a pair of our low Shoes Snappy new models for the young fellows as well as conserva tive styles for older men But Theyre All Comfortable Prices to Methodist Church James E McDonald Pastor Morning worship a m Com munion Special music Evening worship The canvas in the in terest of the Christian Education movement will begin at p m The reports will be made at the even ing service The picture at the close of the evening service will be Bust ling Brussells The Epworth Leagues at p m The wrayer meeting Wednesday evening J Lutheran Church Wm Richler Pastor Corner Monroe and McCarfcy streets Sunday school at 9 a m repartory services at a m Services with Holy Communion at 10 m Sermon in the German lan guage I News From the Only I Daily in Jefferson City I 42 Years Ago John W Burke went to Fulton this morning Chas Sehuhr the tailor is turning out some fine Richard Winston is the popular porter at the Madison O G Burch had a slight attack of temperance fever yesterday Thomas Madden leaves for a visit to his friends in Indianapolis Browns row oil Main street is re ceiving fresh coat of paint Hem Chas Pollock and Senator Claiborne left on the noon train Grace Church Sunday school a m There vill be no regular services this Sun ay i On Sunday June 5th there will be i rorning and evening service at which the new rector Rev Henry P Man ning will officiate First Church of Christ Scientist 318 Monroe St Subject Ancient and Modern Mesmers and Hypnotism Services Sunday at 11 A Wed nesday at 8 P M Tihie public is cordially invited to attend these ser vices Sunday School convenes at A M Reading Room and Cir culation Library free to the public 1 is located at 202V2 E High and is open daily except Sundays and holidays from three to five P M Austin Standish who is attending St Louis Medical Sehiool is home for a visit Eugene Field is dreadful worried about the pay of Miss Mittie MJotk for the supreme court washing Judge Krekol is presiding in the United States District Court Ms week Fred Buehrle la in attendance upon the court as deputy marshal fUE GREATEST SERIAL THE VEAR At the Jefferson Thursday WITHAUP Tire Hospital Now open for business Prompt Treatment Gas at 22 Us serve you 209 East Main St Phone 833 Dont Sign Petitions to Refer Workmens Compensation Law Both Republican and Democratic Parties in their Platforms promised a Workmans Compensation Law The law enacted by the 51st General As sembly meets the approval of organized labor and the employers of labor The petition now being circulated to hold this law up in referendum is not approved by either Democratic or the Republican parties Circulators of petitions are hired by sin ister interests that thrive through their ability to take advantage of poor unfortunate work ing men and women who are injured in the performance of their duty EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Central Labor Union JAMES FRAZIER President JOHN KOESTER O H SHAW LOST OR fine black and brown bull dog Is a brindle with a white chest and a white mark on its head He answers to the name of Return to 601 East High Street and receive reward 5273td Who is that Thats our pole Oh Does he speak English OLanteni became of the little girl yolu usietl to go with9 turned me down suppose sltoe returned the ring give said I could come up any night and pick it gler Summer Term Short course in Shorthand Type writing and Bookkeeping commenc ing May 23 and running twelve weeks Price Phone 961 Business School sensitive to a mere fact it to It Isnt Easy To apologize To begin again To admit error To be unselfish To face a sneer To be considerate To endure success To keep on trying To profit by mistakes To forgive and forget To think and then act To keep our of the rut To make the best of little To subdue an ugly temper To shoulder deserved blame To maintain a higih standard To reeognizs the silver lining But it always pays you SUBSCRIBE DONT BORROW NOTICE W Darling I kissed the very stamps on your letters because I knew they had been touched by your sweet lips Oh Jack I moistened them on dear old Fidos I 5 a I swears awfully James absent an do better 231 E High St 628 E High St During the heated season the Coffee Shop Dances at the Madison Hotel will be discontinued with the excep tion of Saturday Nights until further notice Our Soda Foun tain will be open at all hours Drinks will be served on the porch just off the Lobby It is delightfully cool and you will enjoy the good company to be found there MADISON HOTEL MONDAY Pure Lard Bring Yciy Pails Ib 50 Ib Cans 11 Compound Lard 11 60 Ib Tubs Ib 10 Beef Boil Plate Veal Stey 8 Mutton Stew 8 Chuck Roast 1512 Hamburg all Beef 15 Pork Shoulder Picnic whole or BATTERIES F M Garage and Tire Co 324 Main St Phone No 2 A Mountain of Sail Nevada contains i mountain of salt pure solid nnd transparent In the early days when Hie Mormons hnfl to rely solely on their own resources they used flakes from the mountain for window panes instead of i Pork Loiu Roast 18 Pork Chops 20 Chuck Steak 16 Family Round Cal Picnic Hams 4 to 8 Country Cured Bacon 20 Swifts 5 Ib Net Box Bacon Dry Salt for Seasoning 10 Hearts Liver Brains Spare Ribs etc Open Until 11 A M Monday Ice Cream Made of the best and purest Cream and under the most Sani tary conditions is considered by the United States Government a valuable food Get our prices when your Church School or Lodge has a Social or Party Insist always that your Ice Cream comes from Purity Ice Cream Company 626 E High St The New Base Ball LINCOLN PARK Sunday and Monday MAY 29 and 30 Hannibal vs Jefferson City Sundays game called at 3 p m Mondays game at Parade to Ball Grounds and Music by Band Free Trucks to Grounds from Otts Drug Store General Admission 50c Ladies 25c Children over 10 years 25c Dont Miss These Games SNAPPY STYLE BATHING SUITS For Men and Women Colors to to Fit ARMSTRONGS BIG DRUG STORE Bathing Caps to Match Your Suit
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