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BLYTHEVTLLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS Many motHers and fathers overlook the long-range meaning of parenthood. This beautiful mother, cuddling her little boy, may not realize it, but she is holding an armful of tomorrow. This child of her heart belongs to another generation—the one that is to follow. It is her high privilege to rear him and train him for that future life. If she thinks merely of trie Happiness th'e little fellow has brought into her life and home, she has missed the point entirely. Her main thought should be of what he may mean to his own generation and the world, and of his own future happiness. It is a sobering thought that the next generation is being molded like day in the hands of the present generation of parents. Religion is an essential element in the training of a child. Teach him to do justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly before God, and he is not likely to stray into dangerous paths. The Church can give valuable aid to parents in fulfilling this duty. CHURCH FOR 1919. K. K. Ke-i*lcr, Struburtr. V». «eriis of advertisements is being published each week in the Courier News 6y the following business establishments: DBAUI PAIN! STORE NU-WA LAUNURf- "61" (MFLEHEM CO. HOTEL NOBLB N1CHOU DRUGI 40MB WWV1CE ft STORAGE OOt WOOD* DRUG CO. ARKANSAS ICE & STORAUb MISSISSII'I'I C(> LUMI5ER THE BEAUVV BAH BOONE CLliANERS CITY SUl'liH MAHKKT EBERUrs GATKVVAY STOKE PEERLKSS DKY CLEAMiRS HllDDLESTUN & CO. FIRESTONE STORES R. D. HUGHES & CO. FAMILY SHOE STORE CHAR!,ESS. LEMONS- FURNITURE HUBBARI) FURNITURE CO HUFFMAN liKOS. LUMBER DELTA LUMHKK CO. MEAD'S E. C. ROBINSON LHR. CO. JIEDEL'S STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO I'AT O'BHYANl- JEWELER JOHN MILES MILLER PLANTERS HARDWARE CO. BLYTHEV1LLE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS ARK-iMO POWER CO. DREIFUS THE CRAFTON CO. GUARD'S M1SSCO WlPLBMBNl CO. DELTA IMPUfiMKNl CU. XELLNBR'S UFPEB SHOP OWENS DRUG S1X)R» HUBBARD * HUB* API'LIANCB CO. BERRY'S LADIES TOG«S»T CHAMBLD4 SALES CO.