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All the Real News * rare onl\ a l h spaper in mot springs that receives the full associated press report over leased wires EDIT ORIAL SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1913, N0 147 “~2fie7tiasferSuif Swirtg Iruuft dUul^rB CmrV >*U IM Dk*» • CMr> Different Yet Dignified For Young Men and Men Who Stay Young SEE THE SPRING STYLES AT SADLER’S ARTHUR H. KATZ, Prest. and Mgr. MEN’S WEAR FOR CAREFUL DRESSERS The Home of Society Brand Clothes Dobbs Hots 428 CENTRAL AVENUE II * Bt the Churches * St. John'* Catholic Church. ^1 On Easter Sunday the services in St John's church, corner Grand and Ouachita avenues, will be as follows: Low masses at 8 and 9 o’clock. Ser mon at 8 o clock. Mass uy Father Leo. At 10: a© solemn high mass will ue snug. Rev. Jno. E. Weibel. cele brant. Rev. Walter Tynln, deacon, atnd Rev. Leo, sub-deacon. Sermon on the Resurrection by the Rev. Pastor. The music will be of a high order, embracing selections from Peters, Mo zart and llaydn.. The following will lie sung: Kyrie Etelsou . .Peters Gloria In ExceUis Deo . Peters Gredo . Peters SanctUH. from lath Mass • Mozart lienedictus . Peters Agnus Uei .... Haydn Dona Nobis Pacem ./. Haydn During th>? offertory the Regina Ceali will be sung. Tito following sitigers will take part: Sopranos—Sister Rose. Miss Beal'. Miss Eva Held, Miss Mary Held. Altos—Mrs. W. Fugel, Miss Mar guerite Krhart. Miss Sykes, Miss Jo sephine Bryant. Tenors—T. H. White, Will. Fugel. Bassos—O. F. Berberick, K. Woos ley. Organist—Miss Marguerite Steine. Leader—C. F. Berberick. I’astor -Rev. Jno. Eugene Weibel. In the evening at 7:.10 Vespers will be sung by tho full choir. Closing of Mission at St. Mary’s. Ttie mission conducted by the Jes uit Fathers for the past two weeks ". * _ i p i i ■! i ■ ■ ..■—— i — r -- St. Mary's parish closes Sunday, Warch 22rd. Communion mass at S a. m. Lw mass with sermon at 9 a. m. High mass with special Kaster music and sermon at 10:20. The sub ject of sermon. "Our I-ord's Resurrec tion." by Father McCreary. The even ing services bugln at 7:45 sharp. The subject of the evening sermon. "Is One Religion as flood as Another?" by Father Pwer. The exercises will close with the renewal of baptismal vows and the Papal Benediction. Central Methodist Church. Corner of Central avenue and Olive street. Rev. Alnzo Monk, D. L)., pas tor. Special Faster sermon at 11 a. m. Subject for tne morning sermon. "The l.ily f the Valleys." At the 7:45 p. m. service the Masons will attend in a body. Subject of the evening sermon, "The Cross of Christ." Sun day school at 9:20 a. in. The choir will render special Kaster music at all the services. Visitors and stran gers all made welrme. Scats all free. Methodist Sunday School. Central Miethodist Sunday school will have an Buster program in the auditorium of the church, begtnnng promptly at 9:20 o'clock Sunday morning. Teachers and pupils are requested to meet early that their places may be found before open ing. Phe following program will be carried out. Song by Sc.iool, "All Hail the Pow er of Jeusus' Name.” Prayer by Superintendent—Mr. F. M. Sigler. Text, 'IProprecy and Proof of tbo DOCTORS INDORSE NEWBRO'S HERBICIDE FOR THE HAIR When a doctor endorses a prepara tion it means more than an ordinary testimonial. His opinion Is always tliaf of the professional man devoted to the welfare of the people. Dr. J. J. Boyd, Covington, Tenn., says: "| feel it my duty to write this for Die benefit of those suffering from dandruff, iu the average case a few applications of Newbro's Herpl clde will remove all dandruff. It Is advisable to continue its use for sev eral weeks." The words of J. B. ThonipSou, M. D., No. •„* Burrough Place. Cor. Hollis '■’’t., Boston, MasH., are not less en thusiastic: “| <an only speak In Praise of Newbro's Herplclde. It is all that Is claimed ami perhaps more. Herplclde not only cleanses the scalp but brightens liie hair, gives it life and makes it. soft." Dr T, A Moore, Duncan. Aril., writes of his experience: “My scalp was In places covered by patches of dry, scaly materials and the Itching was Incessant. Since using Herbi cide all these evils have disappeared and my hair is soft, smooth and grow ing. Hair has grown on spots before but thinly covered," Newbro’s Herpicide is “the original remedy to kill the dandruff germ" and stop falling hair. The terrible Itching which goes with dandruff Is allayed almost at once.” Newbro’s Herpicide ln*50c and |1.00 sizes is sold by all dealers who guar^ antee it to do all that is claimed. II you are not satisfied your money will be refunded. Applications may be obtained at the leading barber shops Be sure you get genuine Herpicide. Send 10c In postage tor sample and book to The Herpicide €o„ Dept, dt., Detroit, Mich. Jackson's pharmacy, Special Agent. | Hesaurectlon,” led by Paul Eddy. Easter Greeting—Louis Pettit. Exierelse oy Primary Department —Mrs. L. E. Wyatt. Recitation—das. McConnell. Song—Thelma Moody. Reading—®ernice Henderson. Song—Mrs. L. W. Smith's class. Orchestra—Selected. Music—Dorria Elleman. 'Talk—Dr. Alouzo Mouk. St. Luke's Episcopal Church. Corner Spring and Cottage streets. Rev. A iv. Llwyd, rector. Easter day. Holy communion 0 and 7:30 a. ra. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Morning prayer, communion and sermon 11 a. in. Evening prayer and sermon 7:30 p. m. Ladies Aid meets oii Monday at 3 and Daughters at 4:15 p. in. Par ish meeting, at whjeli all members should be present, on Monday at 8 p. in. Choir practice on Tuesday and Thursday at 8 p. in. Easter Music. 11 a. m. Hymn—Jesus Christ is Risen.. Worgan Anthem—Christ. Our Passover . Schilling Gloria—iGlory be to llio Father . Schilling Te Deum—‘We Praise Thee.... Miller Jubilate—O, Be Joyful. Hymn—The Strife is O’er. .Palestrina Ky.lo—Lord Have Mercy.Smart G. Tibi—Glory Bo.Smart Hymn—Sing With All.M a so :i Hyini)—May the Grace.Cluribe! Offertory—-8016011011 by Eastman Ore. Pres--All Praise To.Doxology S. Corda .. Smart Sanctus . Smart Beuedlctus ... Smart Agnus Dei .. Smart Gloria in Ex. Old Chant Amen . Gower Nunc Dtmittis . Stainer Hymn—Come Ye Faithful....Llssuut Easter Music. 7:30 p. m. Hymn—Come Ye (Faithful.'.. .Llssant Gloria, Glory Ho...Schilling Christ uur Passover...Schilling God Be Merciful.Maininatt Hymn—Christ the Lord. Offertory—Solo . Mrs. Hallock Hymn—The Strife is O’er. The preacher at this service will be Chaplain W. K. Lloyd, I). C. L„ U. S. A Second Baptist Church. Church located on the corner of Fourth ami Garland, one. block west of South Hot Springs car line. Rev. J. R. Barnett, pastor. The revival is still in progress and all are invited to attend. Subjects for today: 11 a. m., ’•Satisfaction.” 7:45 p. in., ‘‘God’s Gift.” Especially for the juniors. Sunday school 10 a. m. B. Y. P. U. 8:30 p. m. Junior B. Y. P. U. 7 p. m. Subject for Monday evening at 7:45 will be. ‘tBnne Repentance.” The pub lic Is especially requested to hear the discussion of this important subject.** Orange Street Presbyfcrlan. ltov. F. M. Wylie, pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Public worship and preaching by the pastor at U a. m. and 7:45 p. in At the niornlug service an appropriate Easter service will be held, consisting of songs and sermon in keeping with the occasion. At the evening service the pastor will preach on “Seeking Things Above." The public invited. Straugqrs always welcome. First Presbyterian Church. Preaching 21 11 and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. C. H. Maury. The Rev. Maury will present the cause of Synodical Home Missions at the morning ser vices. Sabbath school at 9:10 and Christian Endeavor at 0:30. You are cordially invited to all these services. First Christian Church. Percy G. Cross, pastor. Church 'lo cated at the junction in West Grand and Ouachita avenues. The Front Rank Bible School meets at 9:30, Har rison Taylor, general superintendent.. T. W. Milan, general secretary. Every ago has its class, so has this school. Preaching and the laud’s Supper at 11 o’clock. Sermon, "Adorning the Doctrine." All old. and especially new members, are urged to be present and hear this discourse. The official board will meet at 3 p. m. sharp. Evangelist services will be held at 7:45. Song service, followed by evangelistic ser mon on. "The (Building of the Gospel ” Baptismal services will be held after the sermon. Those to he baptized will come prepared. Bethany Hymns will be used at the nignt services. If you have a copy bring it with you. Friends and strangers are cordially in vited to attend these meetings. Benton Street Mission. Services for Sunday, March 23, 1913. at the Chapel, located al 425 Benton street: Rev. D. B. Dulklcy and Mrs. Harold Kemp will conduct Sunday school at 3 o’clock. The usual song service for the patients of the Army and Navy Hospital will be hdd in the dining hall of the hospital at 2 o’clock. Gospel meeting in the mission chapel at 7 p. m. Services ca< h uight of the week. The reading room is open from 6 a. in. to 7 p. in. daily. Mrs. W. A. Van Dyke, superintendent. Park Place Church. Preaching at Park Place Baptist church Sunday morning at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Rev. W. S. Roney, sup ply. All members urgently reguested to be present. Take ortli Border car, get. off at Park Place St. VlBUors cor dially invited. Christian Science Society. Hold services in the church, on the corner of Prospect ami Quapaw ave nues Sunday at 11 a. m. Lesson ser mon subject: "Matter.’’ Testimonial meetings Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Reading rooms arc open on Tuesdays and Fridays from 2 initial p. in. at the same address. The putV' is cordially Invited to attend these ser vices and visit the reading rooms. Progressive Spiritual Alliance Society Holds Easter service In Metz Hall, 72(> 1-2 Central avenue, Sunday at 2:30 and 8 p. m. All welcome. Seats free Good music, lectures, spirit tests and messages by Bro Foss and Mrs. May Elmo, pastor. St. Mary’s Episcopal Mission. located 40"> Cottage street. Easter day. 10:30 a. in. morning prayer, ser mon and holy communion. 8 f>. in. evening prayer and sermon. Music as follows: Processional—Come Ye Faithful . A. S. Sullivan Anthem—Christ Our Passover . W. Crotch Te Deum Laudamus . .H. Lawes and R. Cooke Jubilate Deo . W. Hayes Credo—I Believe in One Cod . W. T. Best Introit—Christ the Lord is Risen Today . E. F. Kimbault Kyril—Lord Have Mercy Upon lls ♦ . ..O F. EHey Gloria Tibi . ... Paxton Sermon .... Archdeacon W. K. Lloyd Hymn—Angels Roll the Hock Away .. . C. V. Roper Offertory If We Believe That Jesus Died . C. Simper Presentation—Let Your Light So Shine.G. C. Martin Sursum Corda and Sauctus. .f. Cm midge Hymn—And Now, t> Father .... . W. H. Monk Oloria in Excelsis . Old Chant Amen—(Sevenfold) . ,1. Stainer neeesslonal—Alleluia, Alleluia _ ., A. S. Sullivan The annual meeting of the congre gation and election on Monday night at S o’clock. D. E. Johnson, minister in-charge. Th<> Sentinel-Record Is authorized to announce Wayne II. Moore as a Republican candidate for alderman from the second ward, his candidacy being subject to t.ie votes of the peo ple in the city general election. WESLEY ADULT BIBLE CLASS. Extends Invitations to all mem bers of Uie Central M. E. church, and to all visitors and strangers in our city to attend our Bible class meetings every Sunday morning at •4:o’clock in the Auditorium of the church, coruer Central and Olivo streets. DIVORCE PETITIONS. Petitions for divorce have been filed with Chancery Clark Suilenber ger by the following: Anna Brown vs. Frank Brown, who were married April, 1919. and setmrated April, 1911 The plaintiff charges the defendant de serted her and we,Tit to Michigan. 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