The Shawnee Daily News-Herald (Shawnee, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 184, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 12, 1914 Page: 5 of 12
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SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1914.
SHAWNEE DAILY NEWS-HERALD.
JUDGE WILLIAMS WILL
ARRIVE FRIDAY AT 5 P.M.
R. L. (Judge) Williams will ad-
dress the citizens of Pottawatomie
county and Shawnee at Convention
hall Friday evening, April 17, at 8
o'clock. Judge Williams is favorably
known by a large part of the citizens
of Pottawatomie county, and the
committee earnestly requests every-
one who possibly can will come out
and hear him on this occasion.
It is considered by all that Judge
Williams is far in tl<: lead for the
On account of the magnitude of
Having been deeply interested in
their welfare in the past, he earnest-
ly requests all to turn out on this
occasion and hear him discuss the
subjects which laboring men and
railroad employes are especially in-
The reception committee will meet
at the Norwood hotel promptly at
7:30 p. m., and will proceed from
there to Convention hall, after the
arrival of the special car from Te-
cumseh. The people of Tecumseh
have arranged to' run a special car
Many Churces to Have
Special Easter Programs
♦ EASTER GREETINGS. ♦
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ + + + ♦ +
JUDGE ROBERT L. WILLIAMS.
the state, this may possibly be the
only chance the citizens of Shawnee
will have to hear Judge Williams
during the campaign; however, he
expects sometime during May or
June to speak in every city in the
south part of Pottawatomie county.
The judge will arrive from the
east on the 5 p. m. Rock Island
train from Bartlesville, and will
leave on the 2:30 a. m. train for
Sayre and Texola, where he speaks
on the 18th. The demand over the
state being so great for Judge Wil-
liams. he is required to travel a
great deal at night, consequently he
cannot at this time visit the citizens
of this city as he would like, but
hopes to stop off here at some other
time between trains and visit the
Judge Williams especially requests
the committee to ask all laboring
men and railroad employees to come
out and hear him on this occasion.
from that city, leaving there about
6:45 p. m., and arriving here about
7:15, returning to leave here at 11
p. m. This car is chartered by the
citizens of Tecumseh and will be free
to all who wish to avail themselves
of the opportunity of hearing Judge
Williams on this occasion. A large
delegation from Tecumseh Is ex-
pected. A delegation will also be
here from Earlsboro and Seminole,
as tliey have arranged for the fast
train leaving here at 10:52 p. m., to
stop at these places for them to
return on. Delegations are expected
from all the other towns in the
The committee requests that all
citizens who possibly can come out
and hear Judge Williams discuss
the leading issues before the people
of the state. Indies are especially
invited. Speaking begins at 8 p. m.
The blessings and joys of another
Easter are here. The year with its
lost opportunities Is gone. The past
with its regrets and sorrows are
now buried to the past. The blood
of the cross has paid the price and
this dark way just before the resur-
rection. Easter-tide is here. No
other event of all the year excels
this one. The resurrection of Christ
is the most important event that
has ever been recorded by history.
The lesson taught is the immortality
of the soul. No fundamental truth
of God's teaching is so clear and so
This life would be one lonesome
song and death an incessant dread
without the beautiful thought of
eternal life. We realize that there
is in all a spark that never dies.
It lives on. Death loosens the body
and sends this lining spark into
eternity. Death, the door of the
resurrection just as the treelooks
dead in winter, but when Easter
comes, that living spark puts forth,
leaves to mark the anniversary of
The beautiful Btory of Easter is
told in every opening flower in
every song of the birds. Music, joy
and happiness fills the universe.
Christ is love. This love gave us
the most beautiful lesson ever taught
to mankind. The thought that the
thing we dread most "death" is only
a transferring to a better world
There is no death! The dust we
tread shall change beneath the sum-
mer showers to golden grain or mel
low fruit or rainbow tinted flowers.
There is no death! An angel form
walks over the earth with silent
tread. He bears our best loved
things away. Then we call them
And even near us, though unseen
the dear immortal spirits tread: for
all the boundless universe is life: |
there ib no dead.
have both arranged for special ser-
Preparatory service, Wednesday,
8 p. m.; subject, "The Raising of
Lazareth," John 11:25-44.
Baptismal service at 3:30 p. m.
There will be a baptismal service
at the church. Parents are urged to
bring their children to ocnsecrate
them to the Lord through the sacra-
ment of baptism. Any adults who
desire to be baptized are also urged
to be present.
J. HERRON MILLER, Pastor.
First United Brethren.
(Ninth and Center.)
1 invite you to attend the follow-
ing services Sunday, April 12. Sun-
day school 9:45; a special Easter
program by Sunday BChoo.; 11 a. ni.
theme, "The Resurrection"; 7 p. m.
senior endeavor, Mr. C. A. Hender-
shot, leader; 8 p. mp theme, "The
Greatness of God's Love to the
A large chorus will conduct the
song service. Come out, we'll make
you feel at home.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8
LOUIS C. A. HAFNER, Pastor.
("A church with a welcome." Beard
Today is expected to be a great
day in this church. The morning and
evening sermons will be preached by
Dr. S. L. Morris of Atlanta, Ga. Dr.
Morris is executive secretary of home
missions in the Presbyterian Church
U. S. A. Come and hear him; it
will pay you. The choir will give
good music at both services. The
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. will be
worth while. Special attention is
called to the two adult Bible classes
—one for men, the other for women.
C. J. Bocher's Bible class for men
should be largely attended. All men
who r.re not in a Bible class else-
where are invited to this clas|.
Come and let us males Bufer a
good day in Central church.
J. M. CLARK, Pastor.
Old White Church.
Special Easter services. Sunrise
meeting for everybody. Special
Easter sermon by H. E. Frohock, the
pastor. Special evening program.
Grace Methodist Episcopal.
(Tenth and Draper.)
Sunday school, 9:45; morning ser
vice, 11; Junior league, 3; Senior
league, 7 p. m.; evening service, 8
Come and hear tho children tell
the Easter story, at the morning
service. A hearty invitation is ex
tended to everyone.
ROBERT THOMPSON, Pastor
(CorrocK®* January 19.)
Effective Saturday night, 12 m. Jan-
No 41— 2:20 a m 2:30 a m
No. 47— 9:30 a 9:35 a m
(For El Reno)
No. 85* 7:30 a m
•Local freight. Leaves yards dally
No. 48— 2:10 a m 2:20 a m
No. 44—11:10 a m 11:25 a m
No. 42—10:52 p 11:00 p m
No. 8:20 a m
•Local freignt. Leaves passenger
station dally except Sunday.
For the North. For the South
414—7:05 a m 817— 8:50 a m
408—1:00 p m 301— 2:50 p m
From the North. From the South
414_6:00 p m 313— 4:55 p m
07—2:45 p m 302—11:40 a m
You are cordially invited to at-
tend our Easter services. The pas-
tor of the church will speak at 11
a. m. on the theme: "Easter Medita-
tions," and at 8 p. m. on the theme:
"Knowing Christ and the Power of
The Easter muBle by Miss Tydfil
Brown's choir will be especially fine.
More time than usual will be dedi-
cated to that part of the services.
The Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
and the Christian endeavor at 7 p. m.
KINDLY MENTION BY EDI-
TOR STONEWALL JACKSON
It is announced that Carlton Wea-
ver, brother of Otis B. Weaver, the
popular publisher of the Shawnee
News-Herald, is soon to start a
weekly newspaper at Tecumseh. The
paper will be progressively demo-
cratic and will aspire to be the
leading weekly paper of the county.
Mr. Weaver is a college graduate, a
brilliant writer and is an Jxperienced
newspaper man. He will name the
new paper. The County Capital.—
(In Green Boxea Only)
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THE ONE PLACE FOR
Shawnee can boast one place
where a meal may be served
in metropolitan style. That
place is the Norwood Cafe.
Lunch Down Town
You will find it to your advan-
tage to get your nooti meal
down town. We cater to such
The Norwood Hotel
Easter Program, 10:30 a. m.
Mrs. Waldo Thorn.
Processional, "Christ Is Risen"....
Sir Arthur Sullivan
"Christ Our Passover"... .Tone VIII
"Gloria" Tone VIII j
"Te Deum" Arthur Lloyd]
Solos- Miss Julia Douglas, Messrs.
Jowett, Poatlewaite, Peters.
Jubilate Deo" H. Aldrich
Introit, "On the Resurrection Morn-
ing" E. H. Turpin
"Kyrie EleiBon" W. H. Gilbert
"Gloria Tibi" W. H. Gilbert
Anthem. "Why Seek Ye the Living
Among the Dead?" Staincr
Solos—Mrs. Sharp Norvelle, Mr.
Communion hymn, "And Now O
Father, Mindful of the Love"
W. H. Monk
"Tursum' Corda." Gilbert
Messrs Collin and Postlewaite.
"Agnus Dei" Gilbert
Misses Bean and Martin.
"Gloria In Excelsis" Old Chant
Nunc Dimlttls" Turle
Recessional. "Angels Roll the Rock
Away" C. F. Roper
Mrs. Waldo Thorn.
Shawnee lodge No. 107, A. F. and
A. M„ will hold a special communi-
cation for labor on the fellow-craft
degree Monday evening, April 13, at
7:30, in Masonic hall. Whittaker
building. Visiting brethren wel
W. M. GALLAHER, W. M
The "ins and "outs" of Mechanics
I assert for my establishment known as
The Reliance Machine Works that we
KNOW the fine points as well as the big
points of mechanical construction. Long
experience and study combine to make
this shop highly efficient.
We literally rebuild automobiles.
We make machines outright.
We repair anything.
J. C. WILKINSON
Reliance Machine Works
125 North Beard
Be careful it] is] pure, your
health and that of your family
depend in a large measure on
the water you drink.
has the the approval of the
state chemist; it is pure and
wholesome and will please you.
Trial bottle will be sent by
calling phone 903.
J. W. Longwith
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ScJolin Hull 5c
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Next Time you
buy a Cigar.
German services Easter morning
at 10:30; English services in the
evening at 7 o'clock In southwest
room on second floor of Convention
hail. K. FRESE, Pastor
Services for Easter day: Sunrise
communion Bervice at 6:30 a. m.
Special musical service, sermon and
holy communion at 10:30 a. m. Child-
ren's Easter festival at 4 p. m. lllus
tated lecture on "The Resurrection,"
at 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:45
REV. WILLIAM DO HAMEL,
(Kickapoo and St. Benedict.)
Program for Easter Sunday:
Low mass, 6:30 a. m. Low mass
ant; sermon, 8 a. m. High mass, 10
Subject of sermon, "Easter and the
Resurrection of Christ," by Father
Handly. Special good musl<?.
Last lecture by Father Handly on
"The Mother of Christ," followed by
the papal benediction at 8 p. m.
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WE PAY POSTAGE ON MAIL ORDERS.
Phone 60.... Lion Drug Co. oh-
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The John Hull cigar costs 5 cents,
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