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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTQBER 19, 1919.
19 CHURCHES on After the Qhero-Cola bottle has been soaked, sterilized, scrubbed and rinsed; it isv automatically placed on a conveyor. A continuous stream of sterilized bottles pass along the endless chain, from which the watchful inspector removes any imperfect bottle before it reaches the filler; . i - v ' - - - . - This is another reason for Chero-Cola's growing popularity. "There's None So Good'. n ' t V Lutheran Church. 22 "Wert Wright street. J. F. W. Reinhardt, pastor. ' Sunday school. 9 a. m. ' V . Morning service, 10:30. Evening: service, , 8 Vclock; - subject, "Improvement." . : - ' I v:. - v. I West Hill Baptist Church. Sunday school, 8:45 a. m. FMnper, superintendent. . 1 Preaching, at 11 a. m. by Elo, A B. Davis, who is a recent graduate v the Southern Baptist Theology Semi xiary . at Louisville, Ky . . 1 -' - .Preaching at, 7:30 p. m. E, B. Bice; pastor. o'clock. ' Sunday school, 10 m. First Presbyterian Church. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. .Morning service, preaching by th pastor, Rev. A. 8. Moffett. 11 o'clock. Christian Endeavor, 7:15 p. m. Evening service, preaching by the pastor. Rev. A. S. Mof fett, 8 o'clock. Mid-week . prayer meeting. 8 p. m. "Wednesday. BAPTISTS PLAN EFFORT TO GET YOUNG WORKERS "CALLING OUT THE CALLED" WILLS BE SUBJECT OF ADDRESS IN ALL CHURCHES NEXT SUNDAY. Nashville. Term.. Oct. 18. In the hope of inducing to enter active Chris tlan service a sufficient number of the strongest and most consecrated young men and women among the Baptists of the south to carry out the enlarged program Involved in the Baptist 75 million campaign, next Friday, Octob er 20, will be observed in all the Baptist schools and colleges of the south in "Calling out the called", while similar services will be held in a ma jority of the 25,000 Baptist churches of the south next Sunday, October 26, Dr. I R. Scarborough, general di rector announced today. Indicating the need of . more work-, ers who will give their whole, time and energies to religious effort, the home mission board of the southern Baptist convention is calling for a ! large number of additional mission aries, evangelists and teachers in the mountain and missionary schools. Dr. Scarborough says. At the same time the foreign mission board is asking for a minimum of 457 additional mis sionaries to carry forward its en larged prograro made possible as - a result 'of the campaign;, the general work of the "Woman's Missionary Un ion, Baptist Young Peoples Union and the Sunday Schools all demand more trained workers; while there are between 3,000 and 5,000 pastorless Baptist churches in the south, 100 f f this number being located, in Texas alone. The need for consecrated lay men to serve as salaried superinten dents of Sunday Schools is very urg ent. Dr. Scarborough announces. Within the last sixty days he has had calls for 25 such men, the pdsitions paying from $1500 to $3000 a year, but he was unable to recommend a man for any of these places, as all the men he knows who are qualified and train ed for that work are already engaged. "There is no doubt about our rais ing the $75,000,000 asked for in this campaign", Dr. Scarborougn saia to day, "but if the- program of , service which we have planned is carried out we must have more workers. To match our five-year program we are asking for a minimum of five additional workers, competent, conse crated young men and women, and I believe this number will be forthcom ing if our Baptist educators and pas tors wih " lay the appeal . upon the hearts of the young people on the two days that have been set apart for Calling out the called. Friday, Oc tober 24, in the Baptist schools and' colleges, and Sunday. October 26, in the churches." Sulf Inn will be open Sunday, October 19th. Lark leaves City Wharf 3 p. m. Gulf City Coffee Co. Roasters, Blenders, Shippers FINE COFFEES 1C7-11 East Intendeneta Street PENSACOLA. FLA. MEYER SHOE CO. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS GROVER'S SOFT SHOES For Tender Feet . Pensacola Home & Savings Association Phone 292. r 10 S. Palafox St. - Organized Feb., 1889. ' Authorized Capital $1,000,000.00 Over $433,000 in Dividends paid Depositors , since organization. Open a Savings Account and start right. It's not what you make, but what you save sys tematically that counts. Begin to learn the value of saving, if only for a few cents at a time it is the only way to accumulate some thing for a rainy day. It is the corner stone of success; the foundation of happiness; the first step toward owning your own home. Loans made to secure a home. v 6 Compounded Semi-Annually on Savings t OFFICERS OSCAR E. MAURA President. J. H. BAYLISS Secretary and Manager J. S. REESE . Vice President MANSFIELD MORENO Treasurer A. C. BLOUNT , Attorney - DIRECTORS R. M. CARY SOL CAHN FRANK E. WELLES WILL L. MOYER J. S. REESE DORR ,i II 111 II (i,iffir-T II t ! Iff II P.f I OSCAR E. MAURA . OT, JI.J " WEf)& 66 99 One T. f . Wentwortli, Jr. Cor. Belmont and Davis Sts. Phone 163 1 sj Knox Presbyterian Church. Regular services Sunday at . the Knox Presbyterian church, corner of Blount street and 13th avenue, Rev. E. E. Mcllwaln, pastor. Preaching at 11 'a m. and 8 p. m. At the 11 o'clock service communion will be served. Sunday school at 9:80 tu m, C. F. Zeek, superintendent. ' -, Christian Endeavor meeting at 7 o'clock. - , ' i ' Weekly prayer meeting service at 8 o'clock Thursday night. , Gadsden Street Methodist Church. Corner Gadsden street and 9th ave nue, Herbert W. Rice, pastor. Sunday school, 9:40 a. m.' Preaching 11 a. m. There will be no service in the evening. Will wor ship with First church. Epworth League, 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p. m, ' ' First Baptist Church. Corner Palafox and LaRua streets. Joseph A. Ansley, pastor. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Lee Mac Ionell, superintendent. Morning service, 11 o'clock. Evening service, 8 o'clock. B. Y. P. U., 1 p. m. Cooper Pate, president. Junior B. Y. P, U., 7 p. m. . Mrs. Lee MacDonell, leader. You are cordially invited to attend all our services. Calvary Baptist Church. Tenth avenue and Aragon street. Sunday school, 3:45 p. m. There will be no preaching in the evening. The congregation will go to the East Hill church to attend service at which A. A. Wainwright will be ordained to the gospel ministry. WEBTV AMnwr rAS-COTT GINGER ALE EXCELLENT FOR INDIGESTION WELLES-KAHN COIMPANY - Distributors .: - Christian Science. Regular services are held in .the Masonic - Temple, corner of Palafox and Garden streets. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, and Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Subject of Sunday lesson -sermon, ''Doctrine of Atonement." - Sunday school - for-children, 9:45 Sunday morning. - Reading room (same address) kept open every afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock, except Sundays and Wednes days and holidays. G ALIO AN JEWS BEYOND RELIEF New York, N. Y, Oct. 18. The ter rible poverty and suffering that pre vail among the Jews of eastern Eu rope, where t 8,000,000 of them have been left destitute by the war, and the need 'for relief work there, ar exemplified by a letter which has re cently come into the hands of the Aemrican Jewish relief committee. This letter was written by Chans Bader of Rosdlby Lemberg, Galicla, to her father, Markus Bader, of 95 Orchard street. New York City. Four of the eight children of the family to which she belongs , have already starved to death, and her mother is HLas she writes. Her father has now sent' the family money, through th Joint distribution committee of Ameri ca funds for Jewish war eufferers. Here is the letter: "August 21, 1919. "Dearest and Most Beloved Father: "We are all weakened from hunger. The children He on the floor, crying, 'Give us a small piece of bread, and mother lies on the bed, and listens to these words, and canntot close the hungry mouths. As bad as it is for us now, it never was before. "Send money and steamship tickets. It all does not bother me. only that mother is lying in bed. and we haven't got the wherewithal to pay any doctor. Everything is pawned and sold. Think of some plan, and send us money quickly, by telegraph, so that we can save mother.'' The mother has added a postscript to her daughter's letter: "I, Kreince, write you that Schloeme, your youngest son,, lies on the ground, and cries, and says that he wants to die. I ask him, "Why do you want to die?" He tells me, "Rather than bo so hungry, it is better to be dead." An important phase of Jewish re lief work is to bring destitute fami lies in eastern Europe into touch with their relatives in the United States, who have lost track of them through the war, and to enable them to send money through its transmission bu reau to these starving relatives. St. Katharine's Episcopal Church. Sixth avenue and East Cervantes street. John , C. Skottowe, . rector. Rectory, 602 East Cervantes street, phone 1393. -. . ' Sunday, Oct. 19, (17th after Trinity). Holy communion, 7 a. m. Holy communion and sermon, 9:30 a. ra. Vespers, 4 p. m. Sunday school, 9 a. m. Litany, Friday, 7:80 p. m. Short daily service, 9 a. m. St. John's Episcopal Mission, Warrington. Sunday, Oct. 19 (17th after Trinity.) Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30 "WHIST MONEY" IS BARRED BY BISHOP, London, Oct. 1 18. The bishop of Chelmsford has barred money raised from "whist drives and dances" from a fund of $1,250,000 which the peo ple of Essex are trying to collect for church extension. Writing to peo ple concerning these amusements the bishop declared: "Both may be legiti mate forms of rejf eation but they are not methods of the church for rais ing money. I have never heard of either being opened or closed with prayer." p Day - oir Night (Phone 333 Best Cars in the City s , Careful and Courteous Drivers Special Rates by the Hour BOB'S TAXI SERVICE 9 E&st Garden St Phone 333 1: ,1 ( - i s rt ?! 1 i '! 4 ) " t. 1 '.4 J K r 1 : k i f s it r 1 1, ' r ' t ' L ) l 7 I 'j S' ' I. A i ... - ' i (