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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 7, 1934)
(By REV P. B KITZ WATER. D D.t
Member of Faculty. Moody Bible
Institute of Ohl^atro.)
©by Western Newspaper Union.
Lesson for July 8
ASA RELIES ON GOD
LESSON TEXT—II Chronicles H:l
GOLDEN TEXT—But to do good and
to communicate forget not: for with
auch sacrifices God is well pleased
PRIMARY TOPIC—Why King Asa
Was Called Good.
JUNIOR TOPIC—Wise-Hearted Klim
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP
IC—Standing for the Right.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP
IC—The Courage of Conviction.
I. Asa’s Reformation (vv. 1-5).
Asa was tiie grandson of Keiiohoam.
Both his grandfather and father fa- j
vored idolatry, but when he came to
the throne lie inaugurated a campaign
of reform which brought great good.
He not only had the handicap of idol
atry and immorality fostered bj two
former kings, but had to contend
against the influence of his mother who
encouraged immoral worship (l Kings
15:13). In order to carry out his re
formatory measures he had to depose
her. Asa did that which was good and
right in the eyes of the Lord (v. 2).
1. Cleared the land of idolatrous
emblems and Images (vv. 3. 5), Includ
ing (a) strange altars devoted to nth
er gods; (hi high pluces where unlaw
ful sacrifices were offered; (c) the up
right stones or Images connected with
Idolatrous worship; (d) the groves
which were associated with gross li
2. Commanded Judith to seek the
Lord (v. 4) He knew lhat if the re
formation was to be effective it must
be by the positive seeking after and
worshiping Hod. uccompauied by obe
dience to tiis '•iinimandments.
II. Asa’s Defensive Preparations
1. Built fortified cities (v. 6). He
provided a general system of defense
involving the cities at strategic points.
He took advantage of the years of
peace at the beginning of his reign tc*
2. He erected walls about the cities
(v. 7). Upon these stone walls were
observation towers from which the po
sition and movements of the enemy
1 could be seen, and rrom which defen
sive warfare could be waged.
( S. Made gates and barred them
)(t. 7). The reason he assigns for
.these preparations was that they had*
sought the Lord. Those who really
J trust God will make every effort til
4. Had an army of spearmen (v. 8).
'The army was made up of 480,000i
'brave men. The spearmen were proJ
\tected with large shields and were pre
pared for offensive as well as defen
III. Asa's Victory Over Zerah (14:'
Asa’s activity in providing for thal
.national defense excited surrounding
kings who interpreted his preparation)
.as an act of aggression. ,
1. Asa set the battle In array (vJ
dO). He went out to meet the enemy.
The disposition of his army shows hiaj
wisdom. Intelligent faith moves thei
^possessor to do first that which is with-*
in his power.
2. Asa's prayer (vv. ll, 12). He‘
eried unto the Lord, the source of na
'tional power. In this prayer note:
a. His conscious helplessness, the]
[first requisite in obtaining help froiJ
> b. Appeals to God for help, knowing
ithat with God's help they could wiq(
the victory. j
c. Reposes faith in God. The wordt
"rest” means to lean upon—to cast,
the entire weight upon.
d. Advanced courageously. Real
faith does not wait until it sees itaj
jway clear but goes forth expecting God
to clear the way.
e. He flung himself upon God. “O
Lord, thou art our God.” His tause
was God’s cause *If God has taken ua
[for his people, and we have taken htm
for our God, no enemy can prevail
3. The Egyptians smitten (v. 12).
The enemy fled before Israel and could
'not recover themselves. Asa pursued
‘them and overtook them. j
IV. Azariah’a Message to Aaa (10 n
L The Lord la with thee (w. 1-4)1
He made tt clear that the Lord la with
these who seek him, aad those whe
forsake God shall be forsaken by hint.
| 2. Be strong (▼. 7). The one whe
ia in right relationship with Cod and*
gone forth as his repraeentattve. IM
strong la God.
V. Asa Entering let# a Covenant
With God (15:8-10). .
Sintering Into this covenant iwiatlam]
meant separation from aB Ida1/
atry and wiekadnana. Bnaesaa 6 only;
f laaills as w seed tbs Land nflh and
St. John A. M. E. Church
THE FRIENDLY CHURCH
Rev. F. P. Byrant, Pastor
The services at St John last Sun
day were very good, inspite of the
hot weather. There was a large at
tendance- Rev. Bryant preached
from St Matthews 10-1. He took for
his subj «t, “The Church Is A Going
Concern ” From this subject he gave
some very good thoughts. After his
sermon, the church was glad to see
Mrs- Cuma Watson Clayter come to
the front with her husband, who
joined the church.
The attendance at Sunday School
was very good- The Sunday School
mimed Mr. M- E- Webb, the super
intendent, who is out in California on
his vacation- Wj wish him a very
fi /i vacation
On July 12, St John will be glad
to see all members and friends at the
church at 8 p. m., to hear Congress
man Oscar DePriest who will speak
at that time on “National Affairs ”
It will be advisable to com™ early if j
you want a good seat Let every race l
man and woman in Omaha be on hand
to welcome Congressman DePriest
Salem Baptist Church
22nd and S: ward Streets
Rev. E- H. Hilson, Pastor
Minnie Harris, Reporter
Sunday School opened at 9:30 a
m-, with Sup rintendent Reageans
I* esiding. Superintendent Wesely !
was absent on account of singing at
the County Hospital. The Sunday
School was well attended.
At 11 a- m-, Rev. Pettis brought us
an inspiring gospel message- His sub
ject was: “Continance With Jesus
i .hrist.” Rev. Pettis is one of the
young ministers of our church.
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Rev.
rNichols n. celebrated his calling j
to the ministry by having several
ministers to preach sermonettes.
h? BYPU- opened at 5:30 o'clock |
with one half hour of devotional per- i
r»r s'ident. Cooper presid:d- The
BYPU was lively as usual.
At 8 p. m-, Rev. Simmons brought
to us a powerful gospel message, his
text was found in Gensis 7-1. He
preached from his soul. He is indeed
a gospel preacher, his subject was:
“Come In Before It Rains,”
Our pastor will be back in the city,
Sunday July 8- The Mission circle of
Sale.m sponsored a program Friday
night. This ended the tribe rally.
Seven ministers unraveled the seven
seals. You are always welcome at
Morning Star Baptist
26th and Franklin Stre?t
Rev- F- B. Banks, Pastor
On July 8, there will be given a
business and professional men’s pro
gram, under the auspices of the
Adult Class No- 2, of the Sunday
School. Very important topics will be
The speakers are:
Attorney Bryant — “Civic and Re
Dr- Wesley Jones—“Health and
Mr- J- D- Lewis and C- Adams—
“Business and Religion-”
Mr- Johnny Owens—“Youth and
Solo—Mrs- L- Harris of Salem
Clove ■ Leaf Quartette
Mr. Pruitt, Teacher
Mrs. C- M- Wiley, secretary
St. Benedict’s Church
•>422 Grant Street
Father J. C- Daly, Pastor
Mrs- M. E- Sterling, Reporter
The Altar Society held its last
meeting for the summer, at the home
of Mrs- Ora Glass, 2217 Grace, and
after a short business meeting, were
served a delicious and cooling repast
by the hostess- Some talk was to the
effect of giving a society picnic on
the 4th of July, but definite ar
rangements were not completed
The Summer Vocational School, is
ert^’ing its second week and the
children are showing unusual inter
est in their work, the girls are mak
ing dainty little aprons for their
cooking class, and many have finish- ;
ed their samplers and started making
t'«mutiful nieces of embroidery. The
boys are making pretty handk Tchief
boxes, tie holders and easily con
: structed toys
j The Sodality of the Blessed Virgin
Mary, composed of the children over
10 years of age, received communion
in a body last Sunday- They will be
officially received into the Sodality,
by the pastor, Father Daly, at a fu
i ture date.
A visitor at the summer school, last
week, was Mr- Thomas Goodall, who
was passing through Omaha, in route
j to “CamD D -Snedt.” South Dakota
Mr. Goodall has held the position of
Chef at Sfc Mary’s College, located
! •’* St- Marv’s Kansas, for the past 41
years. He was holding that same
position, when Father Daly was at
tending that college many years ago
He was accompanied by his son, Will
will take charge of a Catholic boys
camp, for the summer, housing 57
At the close of the camp, he
will return to St- Mary’s College and
resume his duties there.
During th.'ir wait here, between
trains, thev were shown around at
Creighton University, where many of
the Priest were acquainted with Mr
Gt flail- They were given a sight
s -eing tour of the city by Father
i 26th and Burdette Street
' O. J. Burckhardt, Pastor
i J. W. Goodwin, Assistant Pastor
Attend Some Church Every Sunday
| ....If you get any service out of this
church directory write us a line or
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needs^ ronsult the pages of the Oma
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Notice—Because I have been unable to reach a few of the pastors of some chures,
I am asking that any church omitted, will please get in touch with me, or send in a
written statement, regarding your church activities^ and I will gladly enter the same
I *n this column ' Any error or ommision in the present arrangement, if brought to
1 my attention, will be cheerfully corrected The Editor.
W e live not by bread alone The soul is like unto any other part of the body. It
must be fed and where is the food? The Church is the only place. Make your
choice of the following Churches and atte nd some church every Sunday.
I nited Sabath Day Adventist, 2320
N. 28fh Ave. Rev. M. M Boodle.
Pastor. Sabath day services (Satur
day), Sabath school. 9:30 A- M. Mrs
L. Smith, Supt- Sermon. 11:00 o’clock
lr. and Sr. Mission meeting, 3:00 p.
m., conducted by Mrs. A. B Wright,
Mrs. Edith Boodle. Sunday.
Sermon and Song Service, 7:30 P. M.
S«nenth-Pav Adventist Church. 28th
and l.ike Sts
Brother George Anderson, Church
Elder, Acting Pastor.
Svn Down Vespers, Friday Evening.
Saturday Services, Sabbath-school
9:45 A. M-. Mrs. Ethel Anderson, Su
perintendent- Sermon, 11:00 o’clock.
Missionary Volunteer Society, 4:00 P.
M. , conducted by Mrs. Anna Part
ridge. Prayer meeting. Wed. evening
8:00 P- M.
Zion, 2215 Grant St., Rev. €. C
Services—Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Mr. Harry Anderson, superintendent
Sermon, 11:00 a. m- and 8:00 p. m
Prayer meeting, B. Y. P. U- 6:00
p. m. Mr. Murray Landrum, Presi
Salem, 22nd and Seward. Sts., Rev.
E. W. Anthony, Pastor.
Services—Sunday school. 9:30 a.m.
Mr. F. L. Wesley Superintendent.
Sermon, 11:00 a. m. and 8:99 p. m.
B. Y. P. U. 6: p, m. W. M. Cooper
Mt. Moriah 24 and Ohio Sts. Rev.
F. P. Janes, Pastor
Services, Sunday school, 9:30 a- m.
Mrs. A. B. Speese superintendent.
Sermon 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.
B. Y. P. U. 6:00 p. m. Mr- M- Niles,
Mission society Meeting, every 1st
and 3rd Thursday afternoon, conduct
ed Wy Mrs. F. P. Jones.
Paradise 23rd and Clark Sts., Rev.
N. C. Cannon, Pastor; Rev. P. M
Harris, Assistant, Pastor.
Sunday school. 9:30 a. m., Mr. C.
H. Garner, superintendent.
Sermon, 11:00 and 8:00 o’clock.
Prayer meeting wed- evening B. Y.
P. U. 7:00 p. m. Mr. J. Henderson,
Mission Art Club, Thursday afternoon
conducted by Mrs. A. M. Busche.
Pilgrim—1320 N. 25th St. Rev. J.
A- Dotson, Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:30 A. M., Superin
tendent, Mr. Fred Dixon.
B Y. P. U. 6:00 p. m- Mr. J. W
Tuesday evening, 8:00 o’clock, Gen
eral Group Meeting.
Men’s Laymen, Mr. George Lewis,
Heart to Heart Club, Mrs. Fannie
Willing Workers Club, Mrs. Fannie
Mrs Edna Pankey, Reporter
We had a splendid day Sunday.
The Sunday School was brimful of
interest. Deacon Stafford who teach
es the Bible Class is studying hard to
show himself a teacher that needeth
net to be ashame, but rightly divid
ing the words of truth. Then Anneda
Hogan who teaches the intermediate
class make things interesting for her
class of young folks, and sister Tan
zemore who has a la'-ge class of little
fellows from three years up to six.
Sister Tanzemore is an expert with
little fellows- The League work is
picking up. Superintendent Hunley is
persistent in trying to get the young
people interested and now Sister
Edna Pankey has become and assist
ant teacher with Deacon Stafford and
she now has a nice little class of
girls and in a shortwhile I am sure
we will have a fine BYPU. The Will
ing Workers have organized a Sun
shine Bant under the direction of
Sister Butkr they sang the closing
song for the Sunday School, William
Butler being the director of the
young choir. We will have a fine time
Sunday don’t miss our 11 a- m. Ser
mon and then come and get your
heart filled with the Holy Spirit, we
are expecting you to worship with us
who do not go to any other church
Church of God
2025 North 24th Street
W. E- Ashley, Pastor
D- M. Willis, Reporter
Ever Loyal Cluh Miss Nicholson,
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p.
Senior Red Circle, Thursday, 6:30 p.
m. Mrs. Fletcher, President.
Junior Red Circle Wed. 4:30 p. m..
Miss Mildren Dotson. President.
Missionary meeting. Wed. 2:00 p. m.
St. Benedict The Moore, 2423 Grant
St. Father J. C. Daly S. J., Pastor
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.. Sister
Mary Daniel. Superintendent.
Low Mass, 9:00 A. M. High mass,
and Benediction. 10:15.
Altar society Tuesday afternoon, 2:00
p. m. Mrs. M. Sterling, President.
Peter Claver Guild Monday 8:00 p.
m. Mrs- Ona Glass, President
Week Day Mass every morning. 8:30
Christ Temple—26th and Burdette
Sts. Rev. O. J. Burckhardt, Pastor.
Services, S. S. 9:30 a- m- Rev. J.
W. Oooden, supt.
Sermon, 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m.
B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m., conducted
by Deacon Stafford, and Elder Hunt
Mission Band Meeting, Monday even
:ng, 7:30 p. m. by Mrs. Willa Vann.
Bible Class and Bible Institute, Tues
uay evening, 7:30 p. m. conducted by
Brother J. C. Parker, and Rev
St- Johns, 22nd and Willis Ave. Rev.
L. P. Bryant, Pastor.
S. S. 9:00 a. m. Mr. W. E- Webb,
supt-, A. C. E. League, 6:00 p. m.
Sermon, 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m
Class Meeting, Tuesday evening, con
ducted by the Pastor, Rev. Bryant.
Bethel A. M. E. 2430 Franklin St.
Rev. J. W. Williams, Pastor.
S. S. 9:45 a. m. Mrs. Maggie
Sermon. 11:00 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
A. C- E. League, 6:30, Mrs- Etta
.Mae Woods, President.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening,
Choir Rehersal, Thursday evening,
Clair Chapel, 22nd and Miami Sts.
Rev. Alfred Clay, Pastor.
Services, S. S. 9:30 a. m., Mr. R. R.
Sermon, 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
Lucille Gray, President
Choir Practice, Friday at 8:00 p. m.
Board Meeting, Monday 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesdav evening
Cleaves Temple, 25 and Decatur Sts.
Rev. O. A. Calhoun, Pastor
Services, S. S'. 9:45 a. m. Mr.
Charles Stallworth, Soperntendent.
Sermon. 11:00 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
by the Pastor.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening
Mission Society, Wednesday after
Sunday School met at 9:30 super
intendent J. Edden presided. A won
derful lesson was taught
The sermon was delivered by Rev.
Ashley at 11 a. m-, the night sermon
was delivered by Rev. M. E. Ashley
at 8:30 p. m- The big tent meetings
are still going on
Bethel Baptist Church
29th and T Streets
Mrs. J. C- Collins, Jnnior Reporter
Rev. F- S- Goodlett, Pastor
Sunday School was opened at 9:30
o'clock. Many students were present
on this beautiful day, to learn more
about our Lord and Savior, Jesus
At the 11 o'clock worship period,
our Acting Pastor Rev. F- S- Good
lett, delivered a wonderful gospel
message- All those hearing this mes
sage was deeply inspired to peless up
ward and onward, for there is a
reality in serving the true and living
The evening worship began at 8 o’
clock. A very interesting program
was given under the auspices of the
Usher Board- The Usher Board
j Quartette gave four very good
selections- We had as our guest, who
played an active part on the pro
gram, Rev. J. S- Williams, pastor of
the Hillside Presbyterian Church
One feature that was heartily ap
plauded was a solo entitled: “My
Rosary, sung by little Sylvester
Stroud of Muskogee, Oklahoma, who
Forward Step Club. Tuesday evening,
by Rev. O. A. Calhoun
Stewardess Board Friday Afternoon;
Chdir Rehersa, Friday evening
Allen Ohappel— 25th and R Sts
(South Omaha) Rev. W. S. Metcalf,
Services. S. S. 9:30 a. m., Mr. John
Sermon, 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening.
Metropolitan Spiritual Church, Lake
St-, near 24th. Rev. R. W. Johnson.;
Services, S. S. 1:00 p. m., Mrs.
Ransome. Supt- '
Church services, 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 j
p. m. Sunday, Rev. Johnson.
Church Services Tuesday and Thurs
day, evening at 8:00 o’clock. Rev.
Prayer Clubs Monday, 8:00 p. m.
conducted by Mrs. Payton.
Penny Club, W'ednesday 8:00 p. m.
by Mrs. Grffin.
Choir rehersal, Friday evening.
St. Phillipe Episcopal Church—21st
and Paul St. Father B. E. Holly
Sermon and Holy Communion First
and Third Sunday at 11 a. m.
Sermon and Holy Communion second
and third Sunday at 7:30 p. m
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Mr. Dil
lard Crawford, Supt
Regular morning services every Sun
day at 11 a. m.
Vespers meet second Tuesday in each
month. W. M. Haynes. Senior Ward
en and B. B. Cowans, jr. warden.
Women’s Auxiliary—Mrs. John Al
Mrs. J. C. Donley—Secretary.
Meets every Thursday afternoon.
Altar Guild—Mrs. Augustus Hicks
Mrs J. C. Donley—Secretary.
Meets Every Tuesday night.
Choir Guild—Mrs. Msrgaret Wil
Mrs- Valaria McCaw—Secretary.
Meets every Thursday night.
Dorcas Society—Mrs. H. Wiggins—
Mrs. J. C. Donley—Secretary.
Meets every Friday afternoon.
Pleasant Green, 22nd and Paul Sts.
Rev. P J Price, Pastor
Mrs Lottie Keks, Reporter; Mrs
Servces—Sunday School-9:30 a m ;
Supt Mr Vealand_Morning Ser
vices, 11 a. m every Sunday morning
B Y P U , 6 p. m , President Mrs
Ida M McGuire-__Evening services
every Sunday night
Mission, Thursday night.__Prayer
meeting. Wednesday night, led by one
of the Deacons-__AuIun Cub, Monday
night .President Mrs. Estelle Waters
Pick Club, Tuesday night, President j
Mrs. Turner. Choir rerearsuls, |
Friday night, President, Mr. S. Me-1
is visiting with his mother. All
numbers appearing on program wer'e
Visitors and friends are welcome
to worship with us at Bethel Baptist
Weekly Union Meeting of
Church of God
The weekly union meeting of the
Churches of God met at Elder Allen’s
Church at 24th and Caldwell Streets.
Five other churches were reresented
Long’s Tabehiacle, Sister Gladys,
Roberson’s Church by Sister Milton,
McLaughlin’s Church by Sister
Goodman, Hayden’s Church by Elder
Hayden, Benson Church by Sister
The weekly offering was $17-84.
The words were spoken by Elder
Goodman. A large crowd attended
and a joyful titne was had by every
The Church Inquiry,
By Mrs. M- E. Sterling
If the night was illumined by the
rays of Bethelem; the dawn by the
glories of the stmpty sepulchre; noon
by the splendor of the Ascension;
then, evening, with its sorrows, has
also its lights, splendors and glories
It was in the world’s evening that
Our Lord came to bring us salvation.
“The People” say the holy doctors,
I were piungeu in imj uurmieas ui
| paganism- The shades of evening
stretched themselves everywhere, it
was the fullness of time and the end
of days, the old age of the world,
and its age, as the prophets have
It was evening, when Our Lord
partook of the last supper, with his
12 diciples- Not satisfied to clothe
himself with our nature. His love led
| Him to unite Himself to each of us in
I that adorable Sacrament, Communion
| in which the soul of mortal is united
1 with God Himself.
It was evening when Jesus Christ
received the great wound in his
h art being the fifth wound inflicte 1
upon his precious body and it was
evening when he was taken duwn
from the cross, and placed in the
waiting arms of his sorrowing moth
er. Around that mother stood the
Angels, to console and comfort The
church invites us to join th ir ranks,
and weep on Calvary, at the foot of
Let us make of all these bitter
flowers, a. mythical boquet and the
bad odor of sin will be driven away
by its perfum.*; your wounds will be
healed by contact with this blessed
baslm for the heart which really
loves, cannot help but think of Jesus,
and of Jesus crucified.
From Rosalie (Nebraska) Rip Saw
He is L.ean cut in his life and
clear cut in what he stands for in
He has the ambition of youth, plus
th's initiative and ability to do what
he says he will do
He has the courage of his convict
ions and knows how to say “yes” and
how to say “no” and with equal em
in his platform he has told the
voters, without any “straddling of
the fence” that he stands for business
efficiency and economy in state
government; that he favors repeal of
the state prohibition law so that al
ready over burdened taxpayers will
not have to carry an additional tax
load by supporting a state army of
prohibition agents; the he stands for
a single retail sales tax to replace
state property taxes; preservation
and advancement of our schools
through revenue which this tax
would make available instead of cur
tailment of educational activities be
cause property taxes cannot be col
lected; complete reorganization of
the state banking department so that
der silot )s would have the controlling
voice in what happens to their mon
ey; aid to the farmers through act
ive cooperation with governors of
other agricultural states and with
the national government; removal of
the state highway department from
He has told exactly how he stands
on ALL important state issues and
what he may b? expected to do if he
is elected governor
He is on his own in the campaign
with no one back of the scenes pull
ing the strings.
I is honest.
Ho would bring virile, aggressive
and efficient leadership to cur state
He would bring a real Nebraska
spirit of fighting loyalty to the gov
He is a common as an old shoe and
all of his life has rubbed elbows with
the peoDle in the ordinary walks of
These arc just a few of the rea
sons wny tnis newspaper will aggres_
sively and consistently urge our
readers to vote for Theodore W
(Ted) Metcalfe for the Republican
nomination for Governor of Nebr
PROVERBS AND PARABLES
(“Dog in the Manger”)
By A B Mann
(For The Literary Service Bureau)
Perhaps you have seen the picture
of a dog in a trough lying on the hay
| tMIU HI a HVl DC Hiiat UCflU cu
to eat it. It was selfish to prevent
the horse from eating what was his.
| And it was manifold more selfish be
j cause the deg c'-uid not eat the hay.
There ar.t human beings just as
doggish as this dog. They will de
i pnve others of what would be a bene
' we'l Knowing that they have no
desire to use that of which they are
depriving others. And a selfish cuss
Lko this is infinitely (meaner than
such a doggish dog.
(I)ives and Dive Keepers)
By Dr. A G• Bearer
(For The Literary Service Buieau)
ex*: Woe unto him that glveth
his neighbor a drink, that puttest thy
j jO.wc lO nim and inaketh him drunk.
| i;: also.—Hab-kkul 2:li».
In the days of the old salocn, a
minister had denounced keepers of
these dens. In thecongregatlon sat
the wives and children of two saloon
k, cp rs. After the benediction one
of these women took the preacher
to task, and asked, “Have you no re*
gard for the wives and children of
saloon- i p is?" Ihe answi t- was
“Yes, if they do their best to prevent
these men from doing what they are
doing; no, if thes<« wives and children
aid and abet."
The minister had denounced these
vanders of drink as “enemies of so
ciety and destroyers of character.”
Th se designations are applicable to
ail keepers of salo .ns. sf/eak eases, and
othe • places where strong drink is
These are social sins because they
affect and injure society. Weak men
are influenced to drink. Boys are
made drunkards and gamblers
th-xiugh these means, and criminals
and paupers are n>ade thereby. To
all such applies this text, “Woa unto
him that giveth his neighbor drink,
that puttest thy bottle to him and
makest him drunken also.”
Chef Cook Forced Out on
Account of Illness
Mr- Charles Baldwin, 2530 Patrick
Avenue, night chef at the Welch
Cafe, became ill with a severe throat
attack, and was sent home for med
ical treatments Mv- Baldwin was at
tended by Dr. Jones, who says he
will be out of service for about ten
days. Hj has been with the Welch
Restaurant four years, his brother,
Randolph of Portland, arrived Mon
day to visit with him.
The Biggest Value i n
Omaha for 5 cents is the
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ONE NOW. ,
j Horse j
i W. L. PARSL3Y, Propr. I
j Phone WEbster 0567 l
' 2851 Grant Street
LOST 57 POUNDS OF
DOWN ON FOOD
"T lost 57 lbs. by taking Kruschen
Salts and It had no ill effect on me. I
didn't cut down on a single food—I
. recommend it to any
one who Is over
weight.” Mrs. A.
Ropiak, So. Milwau
To win a slender,
youthful figure take
a half teaspoonful of
Kruschen Salts In a
glass of hot water
first thing every
morning. While fat
is leaving you gain
in strength, health
and physical charm—look younger.
Many physicians prescribe it and
thousands of fat folks ail over the
world have achieved slenderness. A
jar lasts 4 weeks and costs but a trifle
at any drugstore. But protect your
health—make sure you get Kruschen
—it’s the SAFE way to reduce and
money back if not satisfied.
AMAZE A MINUTE
SCIENTIFACTS BY ARNOLD
Seeking liquid /
20,000 WELLS ARE DRILLED
ANNUALLY IN SEARCH FOR OIL
Blue skies- _y
The skies blue -jv.
IS BELIEVED CAUSED '•
> BY ELECTRONS STREAMING
FROM THE SUN,SIMILAR
TO THE GLOW OF AN /
X-Ray tube. /—<—
ONAKE HOMES DESTROYED -
An ineradicable cactus in
India which harbored snakes is
NOW BEING DESTROYED BY IMPORTED
TINY COCHINEAL BUGS. _
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