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TIinLIDEUAL' DEMOCRAT
March 24, 1921
FtTZPATRICK IS BUSY MAN
$15,000 BEAUTY MAKES HIS DEBUT
Chairman of Amsrleanism Commission
. of Wisconsin Is Administrator of
Educational Bonus Law. '
Kilwurtl AnuuHtus Fitzpatrlck, chair
man nf Id i' Americanism Commission
Special Eatter erric at the City
Cknrcha Sunday, March 27, Eattar
SB-day. B tnra you attend on if
aot a regular attenda'at It will do
you food and you'll b bonofittod.
THE CHRISTIAN OHURCH
There were 261 in Bible school
last Sunday. We are aiming: for an
attendance of 400 next Sunday.
Easter is to be a great day. The
missionary society will hold a sun
rise prayer meeting: at the church at
6:48. The young: folks will hold a
sunrise prayer meeting: out in the
open at the same time. The Big: Bible
school meets at 9 :45. The pastor will
preach a special Easter sermon at 11
o'clock.' The boys of the Endeavor
will have charge of the young; peo
ple meeting and at 8 o'clock the Bib
ble school will render an Easter pro
gram. All are invited to enjoy these
services.
EPISCOPAL SERVICES
, FRIDAY AFTERNOON
Sunday and we hope that it will be business trip west Thursday,
kotAw 4-VlIm flnnflow Tlia filltn rftPA in
...- .n nf t .lnP The services at the Presbyterian
Worship at 11. - A special Easter church during the past week have
program has been arranged for this been very interesting and well at-
service. ' KUUCU ' "v
7.nn tvt!.. T.HU.M fmm the first liar, concise and clear way of inter
The Christian endeavor meets at . preting Scripture language into prac
Mo.ir i a ; tical everyday thought and life. His
At 8 the Easter rrosrram of the , sermons on the general judgment
Sunday school will be given. ' The'nd on Heaven and hell were mar-
public invited to these services velous and in the way m wmcn ne
set forth man's relation to sin,
Eater Prat-ram at the Pretbyterian ! redemption, and God according
Church, Scnday, March' 27th
Voluntary.... Prelude
Margaret Etzold
Doxology.
Invocation.. ..Lord's Prayer.
Hymn. ...Coronation.
Psalter.
Gloria.
Anthem.. ..Praise The Lord From
The Heavens .'. Wilson
' Scripture Lesson
Solo.. ..Ninety-first Psalm....Mac
Demild - .....Mrs. McLoad
Prayer.
-Announcements.
Offertory Consider the Lilies.
Anthem....O Lord I Will Praise
Keh.
I Tee ..Adams
Sermon.
Preyeh
Solo....The Lord Is My Light.
to the Bible,- science, philoso
Enisconal services will be held at
the home of Mrs. Thos. W. Gaw Fri- Oley Speaks....... Agatha Prints
. . . , . M I UCIICUIVUVII
aay anernoon, Deiween wio nuurs vi
2:30 and 8 o'clock. Members of St
Andrews' Mission and friends of the
Church are invited.
, '
PRE-EASTER SERVICES STILL
AT FRIENDS AND PRESBY- '
TERIAN CHURCHES
... The pre-Easter services are be
ing held this week at the Presbyjr
lan and Friends churches. Large au
diences are attending the services
and; are interested in the sermons
and lesons. The meetings will close
Sunday with special Easter services.
. .
SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS IN
CALIFORNIA EDITS PAPER
A copy of "The Self Starter", a
Sunday school. paper published by
'the Men's Bible class of the First
Christian Church of Long Beach,
California, came to the editorial
desh this week, having been sent by
Joe Littrell, formerly a resident of
this city, and a reader of the Demo
crat The paper has a large number
of local advertisments and gives,
besides the Sunday school lesson,
Kerns about the members and the
work of the Class. .
An item headed, "A Bouquet of
Sunflowers" said the following:
Big hearted Joe Littrell wants the
world and especially Kansans to
know something about the world's
biggest Bible Class; hence, he is
sending the following five people the, j
Self-Starter: I. N. Pennington, The
Liberal Democrat, Tom Tegarden,;
Liberal. Kansas: Ordo Littrell, Hor-
t'on, Kansas; Earnest Myres, 61
11th street
Mrs. R B. Erlewine left Thursday
visit afternoon for Bloom where she
will vist with her sister, Mrs. Chas.
Melgrin for a short time.
Two good town lots a little down bal.
easy terms on balance.Chas. W. Rog
ers, Basement George Bldg. It
Mr. .and Mrs. Jacob Jensen left
Thursday for their home in Saska
tchewan. Canada," after an extended
visit with friends and relatives here.
Mrs. A. R. Thompson rid baby
left Thursday for a short visit with
friends in Pratt after which she will
go to Blackwell Okla., for a visit
with her daughter, Mrs Guy Will
iams. M. M. Maric!e of Lorena was a
visitor in town today.
Foree Hobble' returned from a
fenckwell , nhv. reason and conscience. Ev-
- i ery possible objection that could
I be brought against the teach
ings of the church were met
and answered beyond the possibility
of refutation. He showed very clear
ly that God never damns anybody
but that sin damns. He also showed
that God does not shut men from
Heaven but that they voluntarily
shut themselves out of heaven. It
would be impossible to think that a
human being who did not love uod
hee, who would not attend His ser
vices and to whom the things oi uoa
were distasteful 'could enjoy God
in Heaven. It would be worse than
hell to such people to be compelled
to stay in heaven with God, the ang
els Jesus and with the good people
who have gone there. Every person
makes his own heaven or hell by his
acceptance or rejection of Jesus.
Nor does Mr. Barrier believe in a
hell of fire and brimstone. These are
symbolic terms to symbolize the
sufferings of hell. The sufferings
will be remorse of conscience, the
fires of an unquenchable memory
and the burnings of unsatisfied de
sire. And since symbols give but
faint ideas of the real, what then
must be the sufferings of the unre
pentant He thinks the same of
heaven. And when we interpret the
symbolic language used of it,, its
joys must be . exceedingly great
Could these facts be placed before
the people of our city as he placed
them before the congregations which
assembled- to hear him, they would
have wonderful effect. We wish
large audiences and great success
to Mr. Barrier's meetings.
Mr. and Mrs. John J1. Fast of Ty
rone were in the city Wednesday
shopping and lookfng after business
matters.
Mr. Haskill Wood returned to
Hutchinson Monday after a short
visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Wood and other relatives.
J. C. Franklin who was formerly
with the Overland garage but has
been off for about six months has
again returned to work as machinist
Mr. Franklin spent about three
months in New Mexico and . other
points but is glad to be back in Lib
eral and at his old job.
S. I
PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES
The Sunday school meets at 9:45.
. The attendance was splendid last
m
HERE'S A PROPOSITION
TO WOMEN ONLY
Ladies, we can show you the means
of greatly reducing the labor in
house work at only moderate ex
pense. "White, modern, sanitary kitchen and bath-room
plumbing fixtures are easy to clean and keep clean.
They end the need for frequent repairs and atten
tion. Come see our display. Let us show you
the widest range of selection possible.
B. E. KEATING
Plumbing and Heating
Phone 53.
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Posts for Spring Fencing
We have a fine line of Posts for your every need ;
SmallMountain Cedars for temporary fences; priced
cheap. Tennessee Red Cedars (2 grades) for garden,
fences. Creosoted, sawed halves and quarters for the
yard and ornamental fences. Hedge, big and husky
for field worl.
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They Are Priced to Sell
Let's Get Acquainted
We May Like Each Other,
Foftna Lumber Co.
of the Wisconsin
department of the
American Legion,
has become known
to thousands of
veterans because
of bin position as
administrator of
.the educational
bonus law of that
state, which al
lows $30 a' month
to ex-service men
who desire au ed-
, ucatlon. r
Although he Is only thirty-seven
years old, Mr. Fltzpatrick has had ex
ceptional experience In the field of ed
ucational administration, ne Is a
graduate of the New York City train
ing, school for teachers and received
three degrees from Columbia univer
sity. Following his university study,
Mr. Fltzpatrick was a teacher In New
York public and high schools and la
ter became connected with the New
York training school for pnbllc serv
ice. Mr. Fltzpatrick was assigned to
the Wisconsin board of public affairs
for educational Investigations and af
terwards became executive secretary
of the commission of practlcul train
ing for 'public service and a director
of the society for promotion of train
ing for public service.
During the war, Mr. Fltzpatrick
served as a nmjor of Infantry unci wus
in charge of draft administration lu
Wisconsin. . Since January 1010, he
has been secretary of the Wisconsin
state board of education. He Is the
author of a number of books and ar
ticles on educational problems.
A member ,of the Madison, Wis.,
Post of the -Legion, Mr. Fltzpatrick,
has served as chairman of various
state committees and Is now chair
man of the state publicity commit
tee, In addition to his duties In the
field of Americanism.
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Standard Oil Company Service
Station Agent Maurice Pysher, who
has been operating the new station
north of the city buildi ng has sent
his resignation to -the Wichita off icq
asking to be checked out at an early
date. Mr. Pysher's reason for leaving
the employ of the Standard Oil -Co.
is to accent a postion with the Lib
eral Light Ice & Power company. Mr.
Morton who is in charge of all Stan
dard Oil stations here says that Mr.
Pysher is A No. 1 good man and he
hates to loose him as he has build up
a nice business at the new station.
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al third baseman, nnotoornnhpfl at fho ninfa
tSan Antonia. where he is livinff nn. in nhKti.tinn. r
purchased from St. Paul last season for $15,000. He is twenty
seven years old, but has never before played at third base- fit
is speedy, both in the field and on the bases, and bats from both
sides of the platev
OLDEST ENGINEER ON
R. I. NOW RETIRED
Engineer Henry Stamper of the
Rock Island -completed his railroad
career as engineer when he brought
No. 4 into Pratt Monday on time. He
then retired from actual service and
has been placed on the pension list
One would not imagine in scrutiaUt.
ing him closely that he has seem befc.
ter than a half century in the
ness. Hutchinson News
Mr. Stamper is owner of the Stas
per Block on N. Lincoln avenae.
Use Dajly Democrat Want Ads.
Baughman's First Addition :
This addition is well located to the business
center of town. Has" newly graded streets,
water and sewerage.
I can sell you good level lots in this addition
at from $60 to $80 each, on terms of one
tenth cash and oneirtenth monthly.
Buy now and start the foundation of a
home of your 6wn, as the high prices of
rent you are now paying, will continue
for years. '
I will show you these lots and believe I have
something that will suit you.
I John W. Baughman
Ask Herbert Dir, Salesman
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Furniture, Varnishes
Oil Stoyes
Get Ready for the Spring
Clean-up and Paint-up Week
We Have Everything In
Furniture, Rugs, Etc.
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