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TULSA DAILY WORLD, SUNDAY, JULY 25, 1920
PIUKT MKTIIol'taT- Fifth and
KtouMT. J. W. AbH. paJUor; Kayi
Barrltt Binary, murl-rtjint. HUndaJ
Bchool :30; Kpsrnrth lit 7. Morn
Ing aervloi 10:46, norm on I'y tin
pnatiir, "Min Than OMatl
evenln rU ft. "Homing lh- MTprM'l
mi Arm cinriirn Third and
Trntim. Kvertt MnifWIli piutor,
Omi 72S7-K. Kiinilay Mhoot :";
Kpwmlli lit 7; Junior IraKU Hon
liny at 5 p. m. In Control I1 1 1
ll XI lllllf by i'itnr at 11 IM "
Wi'dtirndny prnyr mrrllmr at s In
!, .!, of yoiinK pioplr.
ORCIITT M KM nlll A I. Kin -twnili
nd gimknr, Iuirlnr It llrun
non, piintor. Hundny Khool 1 1 Ml
Kpwnrlh at 7. l'i i-ni hlnn at II
IIOHTON AVKNI K (M. K K
Klfth noil BoMM Dr. !,iilii H. Ilar
ton, pimtor; C. J. AIIimi. MMtoUMIt
Hllixl.iv M'h..ol !i-30. hpnnirlli I' .iimh'
t:4f. 1 1 tilling by PMtOf M 'I and
I. Bprrlal irinau' at I'wti aorvtm.
RAOUVR UKUOMAli (M I I
Wrst Admiral (Park) and Fho
Plx, J. M. t.'nntrHI, piiatnr. Hundny
ai.hool at lOj prMOmng hy thr pim
tor at 1 1 and x
pa it k v i k w comci Km
fnrkvlnw. A. J Coleman, paator;
Ir Arln llandnll, clfac-onticaa Hun
day school at n: pr flhttlt by the
t al II nnd
T 1 1 1 K I IT MUM'llMAL (M V. ft. )
--Main and Koatnn. Harold ().
Oi'ko. pnator, Owifte fi 1 and 9S.
V M Hurl, mipi-rlntonrlint. Hunrlny
achmil 8:30; Kpwurth at 7. Borvlcea
at 11 nnd 8 with praMhlM hy Itv,
w c. Iloim. wi-vlng 1" llM abnonoo
of the paator.
BBTHVL ItlMION nockfwd
and Jaapar. J. W. t'olrmnn, paator;
I'r. Adii Kfindnll, dearonana 1. Bun
1754. Hund.iy BehOOl at 10; rrvt'
at 11 and 8. Young people 7:30
Tliaadav; prayer ineetlng 7:30 Thurn
ilny; iiewliiK Biihool Hatiirday at 3.
Ilevlvnl sermon at I evary availing
during the week by varloua local
WMUlT OHAPBL (M. K. Col.)
Frankfort and Kuaton. 11. K. John
aton, paator. Hunday school at 9:30;
Kpworth 6:30, preaching at 11 and
BHOWNH CIIAPKU (C. M. C.)
107 North ITankfort Ratr. J. II.
FIRST PRXtBTTBRIAM nv
enth and Itoatnn, C. W Kerr, paa
tor. Bunday arhool 3:90, r.-::!;r nn
Intermediate Kndeavor at 9.48.
Morning sermon 10:55. aubjaot "Tha
Aaauranoe of Salvation:" Rvaning
at g o'clock on church lawn, "Tha
Dangers of Middle Llfa."
Hecause it so subtly fresh
ens tlx skin's natural hue
(there are four distinctive
delicate tints for choice)
is the chosen beauty-aid of
those fastidious women who
avoid the obviously artificial
look chalky powders compel.
Even through the stress of
summer dancrt. the merest
touch of WYLDEWOOD
suffices to impart aaduriai
charm. It adheres so ideally I
It soothes. It is so daintilv
soft and fragrant Otsu nevei
looks "made no" when
WYLPEWnot) is deftly
used. It blends so perfectly I
Xmr nnnlM !..
ti nn, (as lr
:ertlft4 bl wytda
Alexander Drug Company.
HKCONU PTlKHBYTT.TtlAN- 7.t.
nla and Archnr Otarton). Tha
churah that ahuwa moving pieturoa.
W. (L Murphy, Jr.. paator. Hunday
school ti 4(. , senior endeavor at 7.
Wediieedny prayer meeting at 3.
Itoy BoOuta Thursilay at 7 30. Camp
(Irn girls I rlday at 4 Moving pic
lures I ' lit it y , for (hlldren at 4, for
kdSlta "I Bermon today by A. J
CrawVtil No evening aervlrea during
Cnt.l.rilK IIIl.W- Beventb and"
Columbia ( MaCoy), Kondnll, Itobeil
II. Clarke, pastor. Hundny m'hool
I llllile alsVM at l'i; Junior tB
d avor al 3. senior nnd Inlerni' di-iio
at 7. Morning WOfanlp with sernoo,
b the pnalor at II, and evening ni
8. Mid-week devotional Wedti'sd.i I
CMTKli I'M KHII YTKH IAN -Cheyenne
and Cameron, Cliailes V.
Newenmb, minister. 103 hast King
Oaac 49M J Blala aaltaal it.,
I'nlon al 8, preaching at II, prayer
Piulse and Mllde Htudy Vyudneaday.
at I o'clock.
ItCIJKTTK MKMOntAI. Nor
folk and Independetiee. Ilukh A
creswell, pastor. Bunday school hi
III; preaching at 8,
IMUHT MAITIHT H'oilrth and
Cincinnati. W (. Anderson, minis
ter. Minis school 1:10; union 1:41
Morning worship 10 1(0, sermon,
"Tha Kaay Yoke;' evening at 9, "The
Dlberty of the Free " ICvenlng aei -viae
limited lo one hour, followed by
social meeting and aervlng of lemon
aide. Bpeclal muala at all services
hurrh la cool.
NOO AI.Kfl AVK.NDK Flrat and
Nngalea, W. A. Todd, paator. Oaaae
6919-11. Illble school 9:30; union
t : 30 , preaching at 11 and I.
and evening. Ilaptlsm after evening
si noon. Monthly bustiiesa meeting
Vadmaday at 8.
M1BHION N. 1 Hlxth nnd Bir
mingham (Oetaad) Keadali v..
Caniuady, missionary, 11. II. Mon
tellna, auperlntcndent. I'reai hllig at
11 by the missionary, Bunday aohoo
at I. If you arn riot idnmified wilL
some oiber school there Is a w l ami
bore for you.
TKNT MKK.TIM) C p; Corio'idv.
missionary. Verne stAllon, Hand
Springs Una,, beginning tod wltl
Itev W. A Todd In he pulpit. Muafe
conducted by Pf of P 6 Hto' k'on of
OLD TI Ml! MIBftlOJCAMY 811
Houth Qulncy. Itev Morrow, pas
tor. Sunday school at !i:48. prcanh
log at I I and 8
MIVKMHIfiK Home Hardens,
near Parkview station. Jcuse T
Jones, pastor; II. B hortmeyer, st
CM It I0J
ftlUft CMRIITIAM Wlatll arid
Moulder. Meadn Dull. paslo
Osnge 4998. sludv nhone (isage
3417. llibia i vi a Ju. Uadauvors,
aaaioff at 7, Junior and intermedlaii
llSA Communion and preaclili.n
i u . if afMUaf at i.
riMT LUTHKRAN Fifth am
I'liwood. H. H. Kauffnian, pastor
Hunday school t.4(. Morning wor
ship at II; aermon by the pastor
l uu alo cordially welcome.
MIMOVM BTNOD Blath and
tJuuldar Mesde Dutt, pastor
1. let son, pastor. Itegular aervli
TRINITY KI'ISCtil'Aly- Fifth am
Clm Inniitl. K. Itolls I'. Crsjin
rei ior. Holy coiotniinlon at 8: Hun
day tchoal 9 30; morning pray,
and surto'm at II Church cooled
liyi-N ' trn r.u.s Hir:ingera welcome
OBR1BTI n si UBNCB.
I'-IMHT CHt7HCH HCIKNTIRT -h
veirlh nnd Moulilor. Bunday
school at 9 30; services at II. Weil
nesday evening testimonial meetlnir
al . Buhjert today. 'Truth." Publlfl
IMMAN1TKD Second and Hork
ford. C. F. Bller, paator; M 11. Mon
telius, assistant; J. VV. Adams, su
perintendent. Master's phone, ilaage
9860; atudy In church, aage 9480.
'tunday school 9:45; flunheama 3:10;
unions at 7. Benlor B. Y. V. V. will
go In body to Bapulpa on t o'clock
oar. Pastor In pulpit both morning
Reach the Top
Before You Stop
Don't he Batiaflad with Just an ordinary position. Don't wear
your life out al hard work, with small pay, In aome obscure Job.
Toil know that high positions, big aalarlea, and broad authority
oome only to iIioki who h.uc the Right Training.
And yon should know 'hut our complete course of ltc.il train
ing for Actual business! will give you the foundation for a high
grade offns poaltion private secretary, accountant, cashier, cor
respondence supervisor, manager, or the like.
Mlg corporations, banks, the railroads, and the government
are all calling OB us for man and women who have the foundation,
the training, for such Important positions.
If you want to reach the top before you stop, rail, phone or
write for Information about the fareOHB Draughon Couraea of Ac
tual Muslneaa Training.
Draughon's Business College
Isodlug I it H. I of nr. Southwest
Oaage 3081 510 South Main St.
I IrivtKid.ta a') son . , ,r use nd Cheyenne ' ' ' ! " ' "'
reading rooma, I07-30H Mayo build- rabbi, Cednr 1392 H IftlVl
lug, open week days from 9 30 to tl
nnd 7 to 9:30 except Wednesdny eve-! M'NAI KMI'NAII
inrig; on Bundnys and legal holidays Cheyenne. Morris Teller, rabbi.
from 3 to t p m.
,ii u i.sii. , mmunio "'j njixt n n
timi'T.k IBM A BL - Fourteenth this
Make Offer on Elaborate Fixtures
Invoice Cost to Trustees
Original Fixtures $ 3,500.00
Additions Built 1,100.00
Later Additions 550.00
Total Inventory 5,150.00
These are elaborate fixtures with mirror
glass doors. Will be on display at the Wissman j
You won't have to wait long, the stock will
soon be on sale. It only inventories $17,000 and
will go like wild fire.
Wissman Bankrupt Ladies' Toggery Sale
16 West Third Street
SOUTHWESTERN BROKERAGE COMPANY
The Lure f
I- In the Breaat of Every
flood, and real munir, can be produced only through
the medium of a real musical instrument.
Hometimea gcnuln bargalna may a found In allnhtly Baean
mUfiral pianos, and with thla thourht In mir mind, we offer
ilu f ill" wing list and suggest If you are at all Interested In
ih i i . . ,,f a piano, you ehould r.ome In and look thera
OVi r, Bar h On is prleed at a big saving.
'rue llnllrt A Davis, mahogany case. r
1u-l llkr. new tPJJrUJ
DM Mallet & Davie, mahogany caae, CIOCi
slightly used tB'4.J
Ol I Kimball, oak case, can not be told
from new TVi)
one Holland, oak case, CQ9Ks
prtvctloalty w DOm9
une Kimball Flayer Piano, early
Bnciiaa vase : PjOU
Darrow Music Company
510 S. Main St
Southern Hardware Co.
Continuing Our July Clean
Up Sale of McCray Refrig
erators and Fine China.
This ia our annual "July Clean-Up" of
such merchandise as China Dinnerware
Sets, Refrigerators and hot weather
We do not intend to carry over this sea
son one article of the items offered and
whether you need them now or next
season it will prove to be a great saving
to you to buy at this time.
We show the McCray In all the desired sizes and styles in both oak and
white finish, with water attachment and outside icing doors wood,
glass and white enamel interior.
Our entire stock of McCray Refrigerators are offered in this sale.
Low Prices Rule Now on McCray Refrigerators
Note the Special Value and Prices Below:
No. 130 White enameled interior,
dark oak outside; capacity 75 lbs.
Complete with water attachment.
Was $153. The Southern Sale
No. 150 Interior wood lined, out
side dark oak finish, capacity
150 lbs. Was $110. The Southern
Sale Price $73.35
No. 140 White enameled interior,
dark oak outside. .Complete with
water attachment, capacity 100
lbs. Was $175. The Southern Sale
No.130 Interior and outside white
enameled, capacity 75 lbs. Was
$135.00. The Southern Sale
Get an Electric Fan and
Don't endure the extreme heat of summer, real comfort
ran be yours during this season by installing an Electric
Fan in your office or home. You need spend only a few
dollars on the purchase and the expense for operating will
be very small.
6-lnch Polar Cub Fan, adjustable to anu angle.
The Soutltcrn Sale Price $5A5
CHINA DINNERWARE SPECIALLY REDUCED
Granville Pattern 48 Piece Dinner Service, was $58.35. The Southern
Sale Price $46M
Pattern No. 008--Rose Spray Decoration, 53-piece Dinner Service, was
$25.00. The Southern Sale Price $20.00
White Ransom Pattern 56-piece Dinner Service, was $59.25. The
Southern Sale Price $47.40
Cords to make you think they
must be expensive.They are
bert in the long run cheapest
in the end.
cAmericaY First CordTirb
7he Goodrich Jtdjustment '&atlsilSilvertown CordsSooo 'Mites CFabrfcTfreth ooo Miles
G. M. C. Truck Co. of Tulsa,
Phone O&age 409
W. J. THOMPSON, Mgr.
Distributors of Goodrich Tirea.
V.! ' '
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10 Eaat Sixth Street