The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 209, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 7, 1916 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Wednesday June 7 191S.
THE DAILY ARDMOREITE
FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
ELECTS OLD OFFICERS
BEGINS NEW YEAR IN HARMON-
The First Christian church of this
city conducted an all-day service
Sunday. At ten o'clock the tfible
school met after which the commun
ion service was observed.' Then came
the annual election of officers whicli
resulted in the re-election of all thu
former officers wjthout a single
change. At noon a basket dinner
was served in the basement of the
church. At two p. m. the congrega-
tion reassembled in the auditorium
and heard reports from the various
officers of the church concerning the
financial condition of the church as
well as its other problems. The re-
ports were full of optimism and suc-
cess. The church has received into
its membership within the past ten
months one hundred thirty-nine mem-
bers sixty-nine of whom came by
baptism. There were two additions
The church is now arranging to
convert the basement of the building
I into I'ible school rooms and a dining
J room and kitchen. The school has
outgrown its present equipment.
At the Sunday evening service
Mrs. Homer Adams directress of the
choir led in an enjoyable musical
program. Miss Louise Love has been
employed as accompanist and was
much appreciated by reason of her
splendid attainments. Following the
hour of music the minister Uev. J.
W. Bums preached to a large con-
gregation on the subject: "Christ's
Way of IValing With Sin." The
preacher was at his best and held
the closest attention of his interest-
ed congregation for forty-five min-
utes. He upoke in part as follows:
"My text tonight is from the 9th
verse of the 2nd chapter of Mark
'Thy sins be forgiven thee.' Jesus
was teaching in a house full of listen-
' ers around which crowds were press-
j ing. The friends of a poor palsied
I man desired his aid. It was scarcely
possible for one person to edge his
j way through the press where all
longed to hear and none of the
crowd were likely to give place; but
for the cumbrous apparatus of a pal-
let borne by four it was Impossible.
Therefore" they ascended by the out-
; side staircase which in Oriental
countries leads to the flat roof which
they broke up and let their friend
down in the midst before Jesus. No
doubt this must have struck every
one. But the impression produced
on the spectators wouiu pruimuu
You Should Worry
WHEN WE GIVE MONEY AWAY
We want your business. We need
Four Car Loads of Rags Brass Cop-
per and Rubber. Will pay 75 cents
and up for rags 14c for brass and
20 cents for copper .: .:
Special Prices for Iron
Bones and Rope :: ::
Get our prices before selling
The Missouri Oklahoma and
Texas Iron & Metal Company
Cross Electric Shoe Shop
Phone 12J-J 8 N. Wuh
WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER
From Cow to Consumer
. JERSEY MILK
have been very different from that
produced on Christ. They that saw
the bed descending from the roof
over the heads of all. and who had
before seen the fruitless efforts that
had been made to get In and now
remembered that he who had been
farthest away from Christ was un-
expectedly in a few minutes nearest
to him could not have withheld that
applause which follows a successful
piece of dexterity.' They would have
admired the perseverance or the in-
genuity or the -Mtntiveness. 1!
often is il the ase that the one who
seems I'artV.st from the Msstcr Is
the nearest l n.nr
"Here itt u:. 'jV'.sc to i'nrb?ize
the impoit.uwe irin.Tlri- nut '
Christ. The palsied man would net
have reached Him had it not been
for those interested in him. Some
say that they do not believe in such
methods. AVhy? They were used in
Christ's time. Some men like the
poor paralytic will never reach Christ
unless some one will assist them.
There may be some impediment some
rtnnht. some surrounding reason a
lack of courage or something else
that makes it impossible for the poor
sinner to reach the Master's feet
without help from his friends. Such
was the case with the palsied man.
Christ paid no attention to the meth-
od used In bringing the man to Him.
He paid no attention to their Invent-
i 10NG BURNING PIPE AHD
On the reverse side
of this tidy red tin
you will read:
JULY 30Hi 1907"
which has made
three men smoke
pipes where one
A supply of Prince Albert
awaits you wherever to-
bacco it told. Toppy red
bags Sc;tidyredt ins 10c
handsome pound and
half-pound tin hu-
midors and that nifty
top that keeps the to-
bacco in such prime shape
Zemo for Dandruff
You do not want a slow treatment
when hair is falling and the dandruff
perm is killing the hair roots. Delay
means no hair.
Get at any drug Rtore a bottle of
zemo for 25c or $1.00 for extra large
size. Use as directed for it does the
work quickly. It kills the dandruff germ
nourishes the hair roots and immediately
tops itching scalp. It is sure and safe
is not greasy is easy to use and will not
stain. Soaps and Fhampoos are harm-
ful as they contain alkali. The best
tiling to use is zemo for it is pure and
also inexpensive. .
J. T GILLIAM
FELIX J. KING
COLD STORAGE MARKET
Fresh Meats Fish and Oysters
Full Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries
Let us'estimate your work. Electrical wire-
ing and all kinds of supplies.
Kennedy Spragins & Lewis
20 N. Washington PLUMBERS Telephone 34.
Good Coffee Never Hurt any one
Drink the famous "WHITE HOUSE" COFFEE. Best in
the world. Full line "WHITE HOUSE" Teds.
FOR SALE EXCLUSIVELY AT
4 P'? . I
the national joy smoke
will give you more pipe-pleasure
or more cigarette rolling pleasure
than you ever imagined could be
dug out of tobacco !
One test of Prince Albert will prove
this to your absolute satisfaction ! It
will prove that P. A. cannot bite
cannot parch ! Your enjoyment of
its fine ilavor and coolness will be
supreme ! The patented process by
which Prince Albert is made curs
out bite and parch!
Prince Albert has always been sold
without premiums or coupons. We
prefer to give smokers quality.
Prinde Albert came unheralded a
few years ago; today it has made
three men smoke pipes where one
was smoked before and has given
cigarette rollers a new idea of
makin's joy. To meet the approval
of such an army of men of varied
tastes P. A. must have everything
we or its most enthusiastic admirers
ever claimed for itl
And Prince Albert has all that!
It rings true and real and you just
adopt it for all time quick as you
get that taste and aroma into your
smokeappetite! Because it an-
swers the fondest tobacco desires
you or any man ever did express!
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Winston-Salem N.C
ive method. lie does not question our
plan of bringing men to Him. He
went to the motive in the case of the
man sick with palsy and so He al-
ways does. Jesus saw their faith.
For as love is the deepest in the
being of God faith is the mightiest
principle in the soul of man. No
wonder it is said in the Scripture
'All things are possible to him that
"Faith is that in man which wres-
tles with difficulties and tramples
down impossibilities. It is this spirit
which in the common affairs of life
is known as a 'sanguine temperament.'
It never says impossible or believes
in failures. It leads men of the world
to the most signal successes makes
them believe a thing possible because
they hope for it; and causes them
to make realities of things that were
at first but dreams and shadows.
It was this 'substance of things hoped
for' that gave Columbus the courage
to start on his voyage which found
America when billows miles deep
rose between him and the land; ami
tho men he commanded well nigh
rose in rebellion against the obstin-
acy which believed in 'things not yet
seen.' Faith causes a man to follow
a vision. Without faith in our move-
ments attainment is well nigh im-
possible. It causes men to work
while others sleep to work out inven-
tions. No wonder Jesus Christ found-
ed His religion on such a principle.
He that believes that a blessing can
PIMPLY? WELL DON'T BE!
People Notice It. Drive Them
Off With Dr. Edwards'
A rlmply face will not embnrrass you
much longer If you set a package of Dr.
Kdwanls' Olive Tablets. The skin fIioiiIU
begin to clear nftir you havo taken tlie
tablets) a few nights.
Cleanse the blood the bowels and the
liver with Olive Tablets.
XT. Edwards' Olive Tablets are the suc-
cessful Kubstitute for calomel there's
never any sickness or pain ufter taking
thJ)r! Edwards' Olive Tablets do that
which calomel does and Just as effective-
ly but their action Is gentle and sale in-
stead of severe nnd Irritating.
No one who takes Olive Tablets Is ever
cursed with "a dark brown taste." a bad
breath a dull listless "no Rood" feeling
constipation torpid liver bad disposition
or pimply face.
Dr. Kdwards' Olive Tablets are a purely
vegetable compound mixed with olive oil ;
you will know them by their olive color.
Dr. Edwards spent years among pa-
tients afflicted with liver and bowel com-
filalnta.and Olive Tablets are the immense-
v effective result.
' T;ike ore fr two nightly for a week.
See liow much better you feel and look.
10c and I5e per box. All druggists.
The Olive Tablet Company Columbus O.
he had and that 'God is a rewarder
of them that diligently seek Him'
will venture much and use inventive
methods to reach Him and to serve
Him. It was so in the case of the
"Christ pays no attention to the
worn and diseased bodies we present
to Him. He looks deeper. In the
case of the palsied man He read the
faith and desire of the poor man's
heart. He recognized that his bod-
ily condition was brought about by
the sins in his life. It is true that
He did cure his body but as Jesus
stated it was That ye may know that
the son of man hath power on earth
! to forgive sins.' Yes sin does (lis-
I east- and destroy the body and mind.
The wages of sin is death' Not only
! the moral man is affected by sin but
j the physical as well. Jesus blood
' can wish away your sins today but
i we already know that He has power
on earth to forgive sins therefore
Ho will not miraculously restore your
body made sick and imperfect by
sin. The effects of sin in your life
ate unalterable. I would urge there-
fore that you sin not and save your
body and foul. If you are already-
wrecked bring your poor sick and
diseased body to the Lamb of Ood In
faith believing and let Him speak
to you 'Son thy sins be forgiven
thee. He will respond as readily
in your case as He did In that or
the palsied man. He will not take
the matter under advisement but will
act now. He will only look to your
earnest desire for pardon. This do
and save your bodies from further
ravages and secure eternal salvation
for your souls."
CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE.
BLUE RIBBON CREAMERY
H. J. HEINZ "57" VARIETIES
"Colorado and Texas vegetables received daily."..
174 and 134
174 and 134
Not the Biggest But the Best I
Youngster"! Neat Hint
There was some sparkling red cider
In the Ice box and little Alfred spied
it. He wanted some but could thmk
of no way of getting It except by di-
rect request. He glanced at sister
and then back at the elder remark-
ing: "My every time I look at that
cider I feel so Jolly!"
Little Willie's Chirp.
Father brought home a bachelor
friend to dinner and mother took spe-
cial pains to cook everything nice to
eat. After the meal was over the
guest said: "Well I certainly enjoyed
that; it's the best dinner I've had In a
long time." Little Willie spoke up:
"It's the best we've had too." Exchange.
Time savers the want ads.
W. F. ABBOTT
29 North Caddo Phone G32
Leave Your Gasoline Dangers to the Dry Cleaner
"Gasolene Is a good servant but a bad master" and for that reason
there is a growing sentiment to discard It in the home and intrust
all cleaning of fabrics and textiles to professional cleaners who are
familiar with the inflammable liquid and have the means for handling
TAKE NO CHANCES SEND IT TO US.
Read our "booklet" keep it They are numbered.
THE KEEP-U-NEAT DRY CLEANERS
Phone 113 Near Post Office
C. P. HALL
The New and Second-Hand Home Outfitter Sells the
"Border Queen" Kitchen
Monogram Safes and
And everything from kitchen to parlor. Payments or
swap. Take a look. I have no rents to pay and can
knock prices from any woould-be competition houses.
American Beauty Gas Cook
Stoves and Ranges
H. S. Water Filters
H. S. Fine Leather Rockers
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Easley, John F. The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 23, No. 209, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 7, 1916, newspaper, June 7, 1916; Ardmore, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc154542/m1/3/: accessed August 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.