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   Moberly Democrat (Newspaper) - July 27, 1919, Moberly, Missouri                                PAG3 SIX KG DSMOOBAT 27 ISl9 of the Sunday at Fourth Street Methodist Sunday school Superintend ent A E Richardson Chorister Mrs M W Burke Good stinging fine Sunday school and bring a new scholar Preaching service 11 a m Mrs Del will be the soloist at this service Junior League 11 a m Mrs C TJ Dodson fuiperntendent Intermediate League 7 p m Mrs Wilson Horn superintendent Senior league 7 p m Mrs Frank president Preaching service S p Tn A duet will be rendered at thi service by Robert Vinyard and Miss Pansy Reppenhagen Rev C N Broaclhurst will oeenpj his pulpit at both services Orjjarnist Miss Lena Green SCRAP BAG SCRAPS tend these W Duvall pastor Christinn Sciencf Service Sunday a in Subject of les sou sermon Truth Golden text Psalms Wednesday p m Testimony meeting 107 South Fourth street Church Sunday school Morning service Subject Pharisaic 5 20 Evening service Subject Ambassadors for Cor 520 Your are cordially F Arndt pastor CumJjeriaml Presbyterian Church Corner Coates and Hagood Streets Sabbath school at Preaching at 11 a m Subject ol sermon Willing to Be Third Evening service at 8 p in Subject of sermon The Transfiguration If possible every member should az ITefiVrson Avenue Methodist Church Only a little over a month until an nual conference Xow is the time to sot busy if you want your churcl to have a good report Our doors never close on account of hot weath Your pastor has no time for a vacation Xext Sunday morning the sermon will be Are the Churches of Moberiy Paying Investments Come out and see what you decide Even ing subject The Creation This will be early Bible history and should be interesting to anyone who wantfi to know Sunday school is run ning in full blast with classes for all ages Comeand find your place H D Miirliu pastor W g STOHAtE g I I illard SKRVICL STATION More or Less Some folks think the more carea car owner gives his battery the more ser vice it will render Others say the less you bother with it the better Both are partly right and partly wrong We can show you some things that will make your battery serve better and last longer At least drive around and lets get ao quainted S H Ogden Auto Machine Company 217219 North Fourth Street Phone 80 MO First Baptist Church Rev K V Lamb pastor The services Sunday will bethe last before tho pastor soes on his va cation of Iour weeks and he will be delighted to see a full attendance ot the membership present He also feels sure that all will be delighted to see each other there so be sure to Tho subject at the morning hour will be The First Duty of a Chris tian and in the evening will preach from the fifth gospel or The Gospel According to You Will try to make tliem helpful Let all be on time at the Sunday at 9 SO and meet with the B Y P TJ at 7 oclock A cordial invitation to all fontcs Street PrcsbytcrlAn There will be the usual full pro gram of services at the Coates Street Presbyterian church on Sunday July August is the vacation month The pastor will then be away and will be provided only for two or three Sunday morning services and tho S S will be regularly kept ip The C E will not meet on Sun jay evenings but will take the place of the Wednesday evening prayer meetings This arrnagernent will be gin August C Rev H Reader the Baptist pastor in Webster Groves vho was chaplain in Fnancs A E with the companies with which Ulen White and other Moberly boys vere associated will preach in this hurch on the morning of August 3 On Sunday July 27 the following rogram will be fully carried out S S Topic Christian Fel owship Morning worship Sermon subject The Triumph of the Cross Junior C E in the base ment C E Topic How Do Men Confess Christ and How Deny Him Half hour of song followed by sermon on The Sad Case Dem as Who Loved This Present World These arebrief helpful services suited to the heated term and in one of the most attractive and best ven tilated buildings in are invited Moberiy v You What has Bread got to do with it Why everything To be happy your children must be healthy Good bread is just as necessary to your childrens health and happiness as a comfortable bed and a wellaired room j Kleins Bread is real food for children Good flour and milk and Compressed Yeast give it a foodval ue far above anything else you can buy at the same price Its a perfect food within the reach of everyone You will never know how good it is until you try it KLEINS BREAD loaf that is made for children Sold by all dealers Presbyterian Missionary Society Mrs Otto Surkliind was hostess to the Presbyterian Missionary Society Friday afternoon program was replete with splendid talks and good musical numbers Mrs Vinyard led the devo tional Dr Bovine gave an explana tion of the trouble now pending be tween China and Japan Little Miss Olive Amelia Guteknnst and Mary Elizabeth Owens sang sweetly He Included Me Chapter I of Mis sinary Milestones was reviewed in an entertaining manner by Mrs Os car Koblitz Miss Sibyl Fickas fav ored the society with a beautiful solo Life Up Mine Eyes The next regular meeting is with Mrs Ed Mulligan First Christian Church The service church Corner Morley and Coates street Frank R Gillihand minister Regular services Sunday July 27 Yon are cordially invited Our Bibleschool meets at a m and we have a good one too There will be a special solo at the evening service by J G Harwood This will be a treat for all The pastor will preach both morn ng and evening There will be plenty of cool room or you for we have the coolest hurch The sermons are snappy and o ihe point This will be the last preaching ervice until September 7th as the mstor will be away on his vacation I wish to thank the people for their oyal support during these hot days ml to each Bible school teacher for heir work and help And to all who have contributed to the work here I hope you will have a good rest from my sermons and that we will start out Sept 7 with all the vim anden thusiasm possible to make our Bi ble school as well as our church serv ices the best in Mobsrly After nextSunday we say good bye theeandme while we are absent one thce and me while we absent one from the other First M BChurch Regular sermons morning and ev ening Rev Sparks will occupy the pillpit at both hours Other services as usual Public cordially invit ed But Tomorrow Xuu May You may not wantto buy anything today But tomorrow you may And you will want to know where to go to get the most for your mon ey and approximately the price you will have to pay Read the advertisements Read them to know whats what in the shopping district Read them to save save save disappointment Read them because they set be fore your eyes the current history of business progress Read them to keep informed Read Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS C A STORI A FOR SALE A good house of 5 rooms pantry lyrge closet fine cellar electric lights and gas in the house water in the yard and a fine living well nice ly located on lot 50x175 feet close in Good terms Price A large 2story house of 9 rooms pantry and severalclosets electric ights gas in the house good cellar groundsS0x216 feet good outbuilcl ngs room to build two more hous es ground runs from street to I sucli a welter of hatred and selfin By Tom Bodine in Paris Mercury Small town editorial Say girls did you read about the death of poor Freda Liesser murdered by her crazy lover iHarry New after a midnight automobile ride at Los Angeles To be sure you did but did you get any thing out of it Freda a mere child but wiser than her mother was at twice her age was a car fiend She loved the smell of gasoline the soft whirr of the engines in the dark and the whip of the wind against hei cheek They exhilarated excited made hev see and imagine things that were not awakened dormant long ings and weakened her powers of re sistance in the protection of the most priceless thing a girl has She did not discriminate Any man with a car and money to spend appealed to foolish vanity She learned the art of tampering with mens passions and the practice inevitably spells shame often death Dozens of you are like as foolish in your childish ignorance and vanity Ths sight and sound of an automobil drives you dippy You will into a car with Dick Tom or Harry married or single any time of night and go whizzing away Cod know to hall You don seem to care so long as the excitemeii and exhilaration continue You arc letLant the man doesnt matter a The fact that he expects and de Hands pay is immaterial Tampering is sport and you have the utmost con fidencein yourself What your con ventioiial shrinking mother who ought to know hasnt told you about man would fill volumes Even the boys you think you know are of a mixed and dangerous compound as are you yourself They are safe unti the elemental in them to which you so foolishly appeal sweeps away rea son and scruple Primarily the male of the species is the brute His feel ings toward you are essentially car nal Sometimes he is the normal brute who defeated and denied feels no hurt in the matter and goes hisway seeking other prey Againhe is violent explosive and revengeful and occasionally likeHarry New weak deprived hysterical abnormal in his emotions and diseased in mind Men respond in various ways to tho primal urge there is always this unknown element of danger and you are not exempt Every day all over this United poor wise foolish little nightTiding girls whom nobody could tell anything are being draggedfrom rivers and lakes from under wrecked automo biles the victims of crazed or abnor mal men whom they were perfectly sure they knew Persist and some fine morning it may be you We have made much over liquoras an ally of the greater sin but the girls of fif teen years agowhom the road house and the wine basket lured into forbidden ways courted no greater danger than you towhom the whirr of the engines at nightare so pleas ins who love the whip of the wind on lonely roads and who yield to the exhilaration of adventure that in vites death and disgrace Freda Leisser poor foolish Freda was a type a growing type Harry New with his big car car and cracked brain is a possibility any girl may encounter at any time i Granting that the league of na tions covenant is imperfect as all such documents are bound to be it is a start at least in the right direc tion and that alone is sufficient to justify it There must be a beginning somewhere and sometime ifthe world is to extricate itself from an intolerable situation and human slaughter stopped and the league so far is only a suggestion that such a thing might be impossible At least it holds out a hope to a warweary world and twenty million dead rhakej its trial imperative Its faults will correct themselves as good faith among nations grows and the covej iiant develops into a binding force with the conscience of an awakened world behind It Suspicion and dis trust will vanish with the laith in one anothers good intentions the mem ber nationsare sure to develop with the United States unselfishly leading the way That is the human nature of it it is the one thing President Wilson a seer in his knowledge of the human heart sets limned clearly ahead and it is our solemn duty and highprivilege to lead the way The not all we hoped for or taat the president tried to make promises were unavoidable amid oral economic views and his generous attitude toward labor Jie long ago in curred the hatred of the Tory press and Tfceinterests jt serves What be said about war and those who glory in war was true in the abstract a fact every intelligent man both knows and feels and has been used solely as a pretext When the time came Ford met the highest test of genuine pa his country to the limit of the genius which is his and did so without profit to himself He out in ennoblingcontrast to gang of plunderers who while shouting a noisy patriotism on every WHOM POPUKATTON IX FLIGHT AS KOJXJHAKS ABMT RETREASSi By Robert Wilton Tjurnen Sibe ria July 20 retire ment of the forces from Ekaterini burg to Tjnmen a distance of about 200 miles was covered in five days As far as the eye could see trains laden wilh troops refugees and stores were riretcbed along the line Stops were long and frequent Camp fires illumined the whole line The villagers came bringing bread milk j and wild berries Hundreds of thou hand have used love of home and nasands of people were fed by the in tive land to piWer a distraught pechabitants They also had been feed pie on a scale never known before ing the refugees who had been mov The war is over and slush has lost its ingfor two weeks along the high force The people are discriminating way between a patriotism noisy and cunj To them now has been added al uing and a real sort most the whole population west of that found expression in sacrifice and Ekaterinburg It was a new migration actual service street walks in on both streets and one street paved A nice house for a arge family Terms onehalf cash balance on time Price A flue 6 room modern house well located on one of the best streets in city also has a garage best of con dition a bargain at terest but it contains the germ of a new world order It is a Beginning For growth we can trust the human hsart It is sound despite those who are without faith The effort to discredit Henry Ford being made by reactionary press Phone 253 or call at office at 213 in telegraphic reports of his libel North Williams street against the Chicago Tribune will mis carry so far as the American people are concerned On account ot his lil For Sale Within City 100 City lots at prices ranging 125 JiloOO Some on paved streets with side walks made and sewerage These lots will grow in value pay ing a good rate of interest from date of purchase payment down bal ance monthly to suit purchaser For particulars call on fGEO W SPARKS 3RAITY CO The Other News Columns Out of the tangle of daily hap penings your paper relates the out standing incidents the things that tell of progress in the world of events That is the news everybody reads But the knowing person reads the other news columns as well Here are related the significant affairs of the more intimate world of buying and selling A uew household invention a bet tersoap a more economical food a more are the events that guide our personal ex penditures Such news is found in the advertising columns together vith reminders of the faithful serv es rendered by more familiar pred icts Advertisingis a guide to you it s a declaration of faithon the part the advertiser j His faith in his goods prompts him to invest money in addressing a public that constantly demands honest merchandise It is hrough the advertising columns that get in toucJi with such straight orwarcl manufacturers Consistent advertising is pretty lear evidence of trustworthy quality The futility of advertisng poor qual ty was realized long ago A few minutes daily reading of the dyertisements brings lite knowledge o necessary for careful buying of a whole people moving in quiet and ordered semblance animated by a grim determination to leave their hearths and homes rather than en dure the presence of the Bolshevists TheReds will find a bountiful harvest but nobody to gather it At one station I looked at a neigh boring high road It was an unfor gettable sight eclipsing even that terrible exodus of the Poles Lithuan ians and White Russians before the German hosts in 1015 for here moved not only the wealthiest inhab itants and farmers One of the latter had a caravan of sixty vehicles con veying his family servants and goods while the Trotting Associa tion of Ekaterinburg with its price less horses inarched past The people had adapted them selvesto novel conditions Wagons had been fitted with beds with hoods as protection against the fre quent torrentialdownpours Wom en walked barefoot Here all were equal each willing to help IDS neighbor We on the trains were constant ly exposed to the danger of infec tion It was marvelous how few cas ualties and accidents there were Ref ugees organized and bivouaced in re lays The train employes had no reg ular rest The drivers and guards flung themselves on the grass snatching slumber during the stops Mrs Harry Settles went to Centra ia yesterday afternoon to attend the uneral of Howard Day the eleven vearold son of Mrs Minnie Day for nerly Miss Minnie Purdy Miss Bertha Alexander left yester dayfor a visit in Denver Mrs R W Noel returned yester day from a two months visit with ler son in Oklahoma City Mrs Harry Ford Is able to be about fter a several illness and Sick When pa is sick Hes scared to death An ma an us Just hold our breath He craTrts in bed An puffs and grants An does all kinds Of crazy stunts He wants the doctor An mighty Quick For when pas ill Hes gasps an groans An sort of sighs He talks so queer An rollshis eyrS 1 jumps an runs r An all ot its An all the lionse Is in a muss An peace an joy Is mighty When pa is sick Its something fierce Whenma is sick Slie pegs away Shes quiet though Not mucb to say She goes right on Adoin things An sometimes laughs Er sings She says she dont Feel extrawell But then its just A kind of spell Shell be all right Tomorrow sure A good old sleep Will be the cure An pa he sniffs J An makes no kick For women tolks Is aKvays sick An ma she smiles Lets on When mais sick It aint so bad Democrats ads tell wbere to get the best bargains and best goods Dwtth only a matter cf short time Dont wait until pains and aches become incurable diseases Avoid painful consequences by taking COLD MEDAL worlds standard remedy for liver bladder uric National Remedy of Hollaed 1686 Guaranteed Three sizes all crugfutt Loot far Gold Modal on mod acnpe mm i FORMERLY THE Style Shop FORMERLY THE Style Shop 217 Reed Street Moberiy Mo July Clearance OF The Victor Agency Company Dresses Skirts Waists PRICES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION   

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