The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 20, No. 223, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 30, 1915 Page: 2 of 8
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SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 191 o.
Monday May 31, at 3 0 clock
Riders from all over the
State will be entered, also
race will be run.
Sunday School at 9:45
Subject, "Great Hymn." Ixader.l
Miss Ruth SweitMr. The League
vas well attended last Sunday. Come
out and enjoy the meetings.
There will he no preaching ser-
vice in the evening.
First Itiiptist Church.
Sunday School at 9:30.
Junior H. Y. 1'. U. at 3:00.
Sun Beam Band at 3:00.
Senior B. Y. P. U. at 7:00.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p.
m., by the pastor.
The morning subject is "God s
The evening subject, "The fllood
Our Only Hope."
Remember: This is Men's Day at
our church. B you are a man
come. If you rf' 11 'r¥'m' to men
BDWAIED L. CXKMiPERlE,
First Presbyterian Ciitirch.
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m., in
charge oi Fred sage, Supt.
Children's Day exercises at 11 a.
m., instead of the regular preaching
Evening worship at 8 p. m.
Theme: "From Gypsy Camp to Pul-
pit, or a Character Sketch of tin-
Noted Evangelist Gypsy Suiith." The
sermon will deal especially with his
conversion and spiritual develop-
Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m
Topic: "THe Call of Foreign Mts-
elons For Money, Men and Prayer*,"
Leader, Mrs. ('. W, Cook.
J HKMtO'N MILLKIt.
and more are worshipping with us.
We give to all a hearty welcome
each time they come. The public
is cordially invited to all of these
services for the week.
WADE 11. BOGCB,
Trinity m. Church, South.
(Corner Market and Forrest Sts.)
10 a. m., Sunday School.
Rev. G. W. Groce will dedicatel
the church at the 11 o'clock ser-1
Junior League at 2 p. m.
Senior League at 7:H5.
Revival meeting beginning with
the 8 o'clock service Sunday even-
ing will be conducted by W. L.
•Broome, pastor of the M. E. Church |
South, at Konawa.
G. P. BROOME,
( nited Brethren Church.
(Corner East Ninth and-Center Sts.)
9:45 a. in., sUnday School. You
are invited to visit our school, a
class for all ages.
10:45 a. m.. Rev. Ira 1>. bowery
of Dayton, Ohio, will address you.
6:46 p. m., Young People's Chris-
t tan Endeavor. A wolcome to all.
7:45 p. m- preaching by Rev.
Louis C. llafnor. TIiIb will be Mr.
Hafner's last Sunday. Theme: in
the world and in Christ." A hearty
welcome to all In our homelike
LOUIS C. HAFWBR,
Bible school at 9:45.
Preaching at 11, by Rev. J.
Burns of Oklahoma City.
Children*' Day program Sunday)
evening at 8 o'clock.
First Church of Christ, Scientist.
(Cor. 10th and Market)
Regular Sunday services are heldj
at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m.
I Subject of lesson sermon, "An-
cient and Modern Necromancy, alias. I
; Mesmerism and Hypnotism, denounc-
t.V Beard and Rid'geiwood Streets)
Sunday School and Btbl© ('lasses
at 9:4-5 a. m.
Preaching services at ti a. m
and at 8 p. m.
Prayer meeting at 8 o'clock Wed-
The pastor will preach at the
morning hour on "True Worship.
At the evening hour the suibject will
toe "A Touchstone o f Character.''
We are glad to note that more
(Cor. Broadway and Highland.)
Service for Trinity Sunday.
(Morning prayer and sermon at 11.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
j o. F1TTBRBH.
Methodist Episcopal Church.
In the absence of the pastor.
Prof. B. h. Pilcher will give the
morning address at the usual hour.
There will be special music toy the
Golden Text: Psalms, 118:6.
(Responsive Reading:—Luke 1-1
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Wednesday evening, Testlmonal |
meeting at 7:45 p. ni
Heading Room in the rear of the
church Is open daily, except Sunday
and holidays from 2 to 5 p. m.
Visitors are cordially invited to I
attend aM services and visit the |
FREE DEMONSTRATION !
AT ABEBNATBY 0.0. CO.
"The Pay Train
Ladtesare specially invited to visit
the free demonstration of Madam
He Leon's Connexion Beautlfler
this week at Abernathy's. This is |
a face powder, a bleach and skin
food combined, building up the tls-1
, sues of the skin. The very thing
I for tan or sunburn, banishes pimples
and prevents wrinkles. A hot
weather necessity. Visit the demon-
stration and you will be delighted.
Mr. Pearl Skelton, an employee of |
the post office department at Mc-
Klnney, Tex., Is spending a few 1
days with Ills cousin, W. F. Skel-1
ton, and family.
CM SAGE TEA IN
LIFELESS, GRAY HAIR
IF M'XED WITH SCLFHI R IX1
DARKENS EO NATl'RAALT
>01101)V CA> TELL.
' SCENE FROM "THE PAY TRAIN"
Imprisoned In the cattle car. Helen
leveled the revolver toward the sema-
giiiorc wire, mentally blessing the day
.he had tlrst learned to shoot. ller eye
((juintlng along the barrel of Uer Weap-
on, she pressed the trigger-
But it might !>e well to relate the
circumstances which bad brought about
Blelen's predicament, She had left the
♦tatlon Just halt an hour previously
end while passing the empty freight
cars on the siding had overheard a plot
fto derail the pay train and steal the
jpnonev It contained.
' About to give the alarm, Helen was
.Uncovered by Vlneenio. the Mexican
lection hand whose brain luul conceiv-
ed the vile plot Aided by Ills accom-
plices. Vlncento threw Helen Into the
cattle car, securely fastening the slid
lng doors to prevent her from escaping.
In the struggle Vtncen*o' revolver
dropped from bis pocket. The l aiullt-
l.«d barely disappeared from view when
their captive saw tlie weapon on the
ground. With a hairpin for a hook
and a strip torn from her dress as a
HIM1 U BWIK "• " . -
line Helen tried to get possession of
At Inst she succeeded. The weaiwi
ill her grasp, the resourceful girl level
ed It toward the semaphore wire. 1 Ik
revolver spat forth Its leiuleu n.essen
ger. With a gasp Helen saw that sh<
bad missed. A second nnd third she
sped toward the semaphore, both go
lng wild. The fourth cartridge miss.s
fire. , , ,
ltv this time the pay train had poke.
Its nose around the curve "■"> yard
away. With but one shot left Helot
brought her pistol down slowly an
pulled the trigger. This time the bul
let went true, severing the wire con
trolling the semaphore arm. Thil"
released the signal swung to "danger "
It wasn't long before Helen was re-
lating all that had occurred. Then,
came the hunt, which ended in th<
capture of the criminals. Helen play
ed an Important part in this. He
work is shown in "The Pay Iralu.
the newest episode of Kalein's "Ha?,
nrds of Helen Railroad Series " Hole .
Holmes as the girl telegrapher doe '
some remarkable work 111 tIlls st-ov
Having a lot of very pretty waists
at a very moderate cost
Grandmother kep-c ner hair beau-
tifully darkened, glossy and abund-
ant with a brew of Sage Tea and
Sulphur. Whenever her hair fell out
or took on that dull, faded or streak-
ed appearancel this simple mixture |
was applied with wonderful effect.
By asking at any drug store for
Wyth's Sage and Sulphur Coin-
pound," you will get a large bottle of
this old-time recipe, ready to use,
for about 50 cents. This simple
mixture can be depended upon to |
restore natural color and beauty to |
the hair and is splendid for dand-
ruff, dry. itchy scalp and failing hair,
i A well known downtown druggist
'says everybody uses Wyeth's Sage |
jand Sulphur, because it darkens so
naturally and evenly that nobody can i
tell It ha* been applied—it's *o easy j
to use, too. You simply dampen a
comb or soft brush and draw it
through your heir, taking one strand
at a time. By morning the gray hair
disappears; after another applica
Hon or two it 1b restored to its
natural color and looks glossy, sof
NOTHING adds more to the attractiveness of a girl than a pretty blouse, and to have ^g^ly
assortment is the perfectly natural ambition of every girl who wants to be w •
a lot of pretty and styleful Waists does not necessarily mean a arge expen 1 u . Waists
you can buy here a distinctive, refined, modish Wirthmor Waist or just one o . And so
have about them that charm and daintiness that usually characterize ar more c s 7 WOuld mean
for a very small sum, one might provide themselves with several ofthese Wais s, savin„
not only the satisfaction that would come from wearing the many different sty es, t fashion's
as well. New styles in these waists arrive freguently, and they are always in accord with fashion
Wirthmor Waists are sold here exclusively. They are always one
dollar and always worth more. New styles, desirable as always, on
New Wash Skirts Just Received
Of Linen, Repp, Washable Gabardine anc! Pique. Prices
$1.39, $1.98, $2.98, $3.50, $3.98
Palm Beach Suits for
Ladies and Misses
A very desirable practical suit for Sum-
mer wear; ideal for traveling. We are
showing'some pretty styles in Norfolk style
and straight back effect; worth up to
$ 1 5.00. We offer you your choice for
Wonderful Skirt Values
By a special arrangement we just received over one hundred Skirts
at a greatly reduced price. Vi^e offer good looking new style skirts,
in plain and flared effect and accordion pleated styles, in navy, black,
gray and tan:
$6.00 values, $3.98 $7.50 values, $4.98
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