The Guthrie Daily Star (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 238, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 15, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1912
THE GUTHRIE STAR.
With The Churches
FIRST CIIURCII OF CHRIST.
116 North Broad. Services at
11:00 a. m. Subject; "The Pre-
server of Alan." Sunday School
at 9:45 a. m. Also services ev-
ery Wednesday evening at Eight
o'clock. Reading room in rear
of church open daily except Sun-
day from 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. Vis-
Rt. Rev. Dr. Brooke, bishop.
Rov. A. B. Nichols, Rector, Third
Sunday in Advent. Holy Com-
munion, 7 ;:?0 a. in. School, 9:45.
Morning prayer and Herman, 11
a. m. Evening prayer and ser-
mon, 4:30 p. m. Confirmation,
Sunday, December 22, 1912 at
5:30 p. m.
Corner Noble and Ash.
Bible School. 9 :45.
Sermon 11 a. m., Subject,
Junior Endeavor, 3 p. in.
Official Board 3 p. m.
Endeavor society, 6:30 p. m.
Sermon 7:30 p. m., Subject,
"The Sympathy of Christ."
Mrs. B. A. Caughlin will sing
at both morning and evening ser
The public cordially invited to
S. J. WHITE,
j FIRST METHODIST CHURCH.
Corner Broad and Noble sts.
Sunday School, 9:45.
Sermon by the pastor. 11:00
PIPES TO SUIT EVERY MAN
ALL SORTS - ALL PRICES
THE MODEL MILLING CO.
WILL PAY HIGHEST PRICE
GIVE THEM A CALL
The Peevish Child
Needs a Laxative
115 E. OKLA.
KEEP U NEAT CLUB
MAHLKY i', SMITH, l rop.
Cleaning ■ Pressing - Dyeing
AND RE - BLOCKED
Subject, "This Side and the
Junior League, 3 p.m .
Epworth League, 6:30 p. m.
Evening Service —Christmas
Cantata. 7:30 p. m.
The Christinas Cantata will be
one of the best musical treats of
the year.The choir together with
talent from other local choirs
have been faithfully "at work in
preparing for this service. It
will be enjoyed by all and should
be heard, if at all possible.
II. C. CASE, pastor.
Evening service, 7 :30 p. m.
The pastor will preach at both
services. In the evening the sub
ject will he "Choosing a Wife or
Husband." (This is the third
sernuin in the special series of
! evening sermons. It is expected
l that Mr. Kennedy who is to talk
at the booster dinner of the C.
of C- Monday noon will sing a so-
lo at the morning and also at the
All are invited to attend the
services of this church.
GEO. O. NICHOLS,
It la natural for a child to lauKh and
play and when It sulks drowsily or
cries you may dejiend on it something
physical is the matter If you set' no
evidences of a serious ailment you will
not be wrong If you quietly give it a
dose of mild laxutive that evening on
putting it to bed
The remedy most generally i
mended for this purpose is Dr. Cald-
well* Syrun Pepsin, which mothers
throughout the country have been giving
their children for a quarter of a cen-
tury. Today thousands of families are
using it where hundreds used it then,
there must be good reason for this
word of mouth recommendation.
Is admittedly th« perfect laxative
rOr children, women, old people and ail
others who need a gentle bowel stimu-
lant and not a violent salt, cathartic
§111 or doc *ed water. Dr. Caldwell's
yrup Pepsin ill act gently, and when
taken before retiring will brim; com-
plete satisfaction In the morning.
After a short use of this remedy all
forms of outside aid can be dispensed
with and nature will again act alone.
All classes of good American people
keep it in the home for ills of the
stomach, li\er and bowels, and among
the thousands who have written the
doctor that they will nev r be without
it are Mrs. Nancy Bhelton, Maud, Okla.,
and Mrs. J. Hooker, DeWitt, Ark. A dose
of it has saved many a person from a
Anvone wishing to make a trial of th!1
remedy before buying it in the regular
Wav of a druggist at fifty cents or one
dollar a large bottle (familv size) can
rn\c a sample bottle sent to the home
free of charge by simply addressing Dr.
W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St.,
Monticello. 111. Your name and address
on a postal card will do.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN .
Corner Division and Noble.
Sabbath School, 9:45.
Morning service, 11:00 a. m.
Y. P. S. C. E, 6:30 p. m.
WHITE'S JEWELRY STORE
is the Place to
BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
Come in and see the nice things
See my show windows. Store
will be open evenings untill after
LARGEST STOCK OF RECORDS
AND VICTROLAS IN
White The Jeweler
. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN ..
Cleveland and Ash.
Sabbath School, 10 a. m.
Morning sermon 11 a. m.
Worn ens Meeting, 3 p. m.
Y. P. C. U., 6:30 p. m.
Evening sermon 7 :30
Sermons will be preached by
| Evangelist Beitel, no wconduct-
t ing the revival Services Sub-
jects: Morning, "Christ's Com-
! niand at the Grave of Lazarus.
I Evening, "The Law and the
| Gospel. Special service for wo-
! men and girls in the afternoon
| in honor of Mother and her God.
[ Cordial welcome to all. Servic-
es each night this week .
F. G. WRIGHT, Pastor.
Owl Drug Store
Our stock is large and complete. We have over
500 copies of the Popular Copyright books retailing
at ;">0 cents per copy. Our stock of Late Copyright is
larger than ever before.
We have just received a very fine stock of Toilet,
Manicure, and Travelers' Sets.
Our line of safety razors, strops, brushes, etc.,
never was larger.
We take subscriptions for all papers and maga-
zines and duplicate any magazine combination.
OWL DRUG STORE
104 E. Oklahoma Avenue
August Rosenberg was >a eity
Remember the Booster lunch-
eon at noon Monday.
W. S. Alley of Crescent
is in the city on business.
F. N. Curtis was in Guthrie
from Iron Mound yesterday.
John Boles of Lawrie was
business in the city yesterday.
A. A. Lear left last night for
Wichita to be gone over Sun-
I am not conducting any Clos
ing Out Sale.
Business is too good, but you
will find I have the
Best line of Furniture
obtainable at the most rea-
sonable prices you ever saw.
W. L. Rhodes
108-110 West Oklahoma ave
J. R. Bromwell of Woodland
was in the city yesterday on bus-
N. TI. Sturgis, a well known
bridge man of this county was in
Guthrie yesterday. ,
R. M. Chilcott came in from
Shawnee last evening where he
had been on business.
C. B. Morris, of El Reno is visit
ing his brother-in-law, Ralph A.
Brown for a few days.
James Murphy, ex-county com
| missioner was transacting busi-
j ness in Guthrie yeterday .
Frank Hancock, Zeb II. Col-
I lins, and E. M. Gobble of Cedar
were in the city yesterday.
Maynard Haws of Terlton Ok.,
is in the city visiting his cousin
M. V. Haws for a few days.
Are you a town Booster< or a
"Buster". Come out to the
luncheon at the lone Monday and
If You want a High Grade
at the price of a cheap one
now Is the time to get one
will sell at reduced prices
from now until after the
_ Holidays. All Pianos han-
dled by them, which are the
Bush & Gerts Line, Newman Brothers, Schaff
Bros. Co., and the Hammond.
ALSO PLATER PIANOS.
All Instruments guaranteed by the Manufacturer.
GUTHRIE MUSIC CO.
N. E. Wallace, Gen. Manager. E. E. Hopkins Traveling Salesman
Will Patterson, a member of
the firm of the Patterson Furn-
iture company was in Fallis at-
tending busines matters yester-
I George W. Herron and wife
of Abilene, Kansas, returns home
today. He ha« been in Guthrie
; tor some time improving some
j property located here.
Does your business call you out of town? Look
over the toll rates in the front o£ your directory,
Compare these with your mileage costs, loss of time
the disappointment you meet with along the route.
You may be half way across the state and back,
with all the economy and satisfaction of telephone
travel while your competitor is counting ths mile
Go and make sure by telephone.
Uriah Province and sister Airs.
| Rebecca ITesse of St. Mary, Kan-
sas, are visiting their brother.
David Province, who is 81 years
Id, on Washington avenue, who
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