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THE AK1ZOJN A KEF U Jt5U.UAN, . U a DA Y MOKN LNti, JULY 6, 1919 llNEWS XHURCHESll prayer meeting Wednesday evening'. A warm welcome will be given to all who come to worship with us. PRESBYTERIAN First Prehvterlan church Corner- Third avenue and Adams. Rev. J. I Marquis, minister. Sunday school at !':S0 a. m., with clauses for all. Morn ' ins worship at 11 a. m. Subject of .sermon, "Vacation Thoughts Come ye Yourselves Apart and Heat Awhile," Hark 8:31. Christian ?indeavor prayer meeting Sunday evenin? at 7 o'clock , io w hich all are invited. The Subjeet : "ill lie the first of a series on "Our Relation to Others," taking up this lime "Our Relation to Enemies," Rom. ,12:17-21. The leader is Miss fretta Miller, and it Is the first meeting in :he month ic is crmscc ration ervice. There will he no evening service in ihe church, but Dr. Marquis will preach at the union service on the Y. M. (,'. A. stadium at 8:30 o'clock. Sub ject, "For My Thoughts are not Tour Thousftits, Neither are yours My Ways Saleth the Iord," Isaiah t.rl:8. The midweek prayer meeting y. ill be held. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, sub ject, "baptism." Matt. 28 : 20; Acts S-,34-40. The Christian Kndeavor so ciety will have charge of this meeting. 9 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE f First Church of Christ, Scientist ; Arizona School of Music. North Cen tral avenue. Sunday service at U a. in. and 8 p. m. Subject of the lesson sermon: "God." Sunday school at 9:45. IThe Wednesday evening testimonial and experience meeting is at 8 o'clock. The reading rooms maintained by this church are located in the Noll build ing on First avenue: entrance Room -19, and are open daily, except Sun day, from 11 a. m. to 5 p. m., and j Tuesday and Friday evenings from 7 to !). At these rooms a welcome Is extended to the public and the bible and authorized Christian Science lit erature may here be read or purchased if desired. All are cordially invited to attend church services. Q D CHRISTIAN - Inimanuel Baptist church Corner of Adams and Fourteenth streets. Sun Clay school at 9:45 a. m. Superintend ent P. I. Kdson. Evangelist service at p. m. Speaker, R. McMurdo. A special feature of the evening service wili be a five minute talk for the chil dren by W. B. Edwards. Prayer meet ing Wednesday at 8 p. m. Your help, seemingly so small, your little gift, your modest word, your lowly life, your silent prayer may be the decisive fac tor in some great issue that will evan gelize a nation or save a soul. o- p PENTACOSTAL Central Christian church Located at the corner of Central avenue and McKinlcy street. W. 8. Buchanan, pastor; Kay Bartlett, secretary. Of fice and study at the church. Rihtrfi cctinn it A A . m Krtonial music bv the orchestra. Classes for D O all. Communion services at 10:43 a, I'i'st Pentacostal church Corner of m. Special speakers for the mornnig Tenth street and Washington. Sunday services. Special music under the b? the monthly missionary day for direction of Mr. Garrison. Christian- the Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preach- Endeavor at 7 p. m. Topic, "Our Re- lnS service immediately touowing wun pie's meeting, 7 P. m, led by Prof. L. A. Reed's wife. . Special singing. Preaching, 8 p. m. by Rev. Albert Rassman, returned missionary from India with the Pentecost band of holi ness workers. All are cordially invited to attend. Mid-week prayer meeting is held at 8 o'clock Thursday evening. o IS GETTI Lai RESTAURANT Open under new . management. HOME COOKING FRENCH PASTRY Best 35c and 40c meals west of Central Avenue. Give us a trial. MRS. G. LAW & SON lation to Others," Rom. 12:17-21. Leader Mr. Hayes. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at & o'clock. Topic "Character Study: John, the Voice in the Wilderness." Matt. 3:1-17; Mark 6:14-29: John 1:19-34. A cordial invi tation is extended to all to worship with us. LUTHERAN - Zion Lutheran church The Zion Evangelical Lutheran church is lo cated on Ninth avenue between Adams street and Woodland avenue. Imman uel P. Frey, pastor, 361 North Third avenue. Bible class and Sunday school at 10 a. m. Carl E. Malchow, superin tendent. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Subject of sermon, "Jesus' Great Love of Sinners." No evening service. A cordial invitation to all. Take West Washington street car to Ninth ave nue and walk two blocks north. Grace English Lutheran Corner of Sixth and Filmore streets. Rev. John K.- Reed, pastor. Bible school at 9:45 a. m., ('. F. Johnson, superintendent. Morning worship and communion service at 11 o'clock. Subject of ser mon: "The Love of Jesus for Sinners." Evening service at the Y. M. C. A. stadium. Midweek meeting Wednes day evening at 8:13 o'clock. All per sons are cordially invited to attend these services. . n , . the Lord's supper observed. As the pastor is leaving for an evangelistic lour for the summer in New Mexico and Texas, a farewell service will be held in the evening at 8 o'clock in con nection with the regular service. The public is invited to all these meetings. D METHODIST . Central ' Methodist churcli Central avenue and Monroe street. Rev. J. A. Wailes. pastor. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Preaching at 1 1 a. m., followed 1 y the eucharist. Subject of sermon, 'The New Growing Out of the Old." Epworth league at 7:15 p. m.. No (vening preaching, the congregation joining in t:ie union service at the Y. M. C A. stadium at 8:30 p. m. All are welccmed to these services. T 0 BE GOOD CITIZEN - BAPTIST First Baptist church Corner of Monroe street and Third avenue, Rev. Geo. M. Lehigh, pastor; W. W. Greene, I superintendent of the Sunday school, i Sunday school at 9:43 a. m. Preaching j services at 11 a. m. The pasto.- will i preach at the morning services Sun day . The music will bt furnished by the regular chorus of the church under the leadership of L. S. Blackman. Bap tist Young People's union meets at 7:30 p. m. for the regular weekly de votional hour. Mr. Reaves will lead the meeting Sunday evening. The church will join in the union, meet ing to be held at the Y. M. C. A. sta dium at 8:30. Midweek prayer meet ing is held at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening. All are invited to attend the meetings on Sunday and the midweek Tanner Chapel, A. M. E. church Corner Second and Jefferson streets. Rev. R. H. Herring, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m.. by Kev. J. A. Ramsey; preaching at S p. ni. by the pastor. Colored M. K. church Seventh and Jefferson streets. A. C. Caldwell, pas tor. Rev. Z. Z. Johnson will hold his fourth and last quarterly conference for this conference year today, Sun day. Every member and friend is urged to be present. Sunday school, 10 a. m.; morning worship and communion. It p. m.: preaching by Rev. G. W. Meakins 3 p. m.: Epworth league, 7 p. m.; even ing service and communion 8 p. m. A full choir is expected to sing under the management of Mrs. Noble White and W. J. Jones.. "The Indian has made wonderful progress sice I lived on the reservation only 20 years ago," sat a prominent citizen yesterday," and has made many changes for the better. "I went down to the Indian Fair at the Salt River reservation yesterday, and while down there took particular note of the present day methods of living as compared with those of my observation of 20 years ago, and I want to say that remarkable progress has been made toward the Indian becoming a good citizen, on a par with other citizens of the country, a privilege many of them are now applying for and securing. "Twenty years ago practically all wore their hair long, now it is the exception. The women went about with only a piece of calico wrapped about them, and the men dressed only in ageeltsring. Now they are all de cently dressed. They were invariably barefooted then, they all wear snoes now. "Their houses 20 years ago were mostly brush and mud; now moit cf them are built of a dobe bricks ana many are single roofed and well-fua- nished. They formerly spoke rarely any but the tribal dialect; now most of them speak good English and appear much more intelligent and better informed. Next Time Buy RED TOP TIRES Ttoo to Ruafcai Big mileage Fabric Tires built with an extra ply and a heavy tread- Big tires with mileage com parable to that of Cords. THE HANDSOMEST TIRE MADE White side-wall-Red Tread For Sale by Dealers X .5 X t Their mental processes are sti'.l much the same, but apparently much more rapid than in former years. Taking everything into consideration I should &ay that the Indians of the Southwest are greatly improved by the educations they have received in the Unt eration, and are bound to mpkD vefS good citizens." Bethel M. E. church south, corner j 7th St. and, Osborn road. Sunday j school at 10 a. m., Robert J. Brice, Supt. Preaching .by the pastor, George ' S. Clark, at 11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. j Will not every member be present and . bring a friend. Strangers will be j given a glad welcome. j , o J NAZARENE I First Pentecostal Nazarene church Corner of Fifth Ave. and Monroe St. Sunday school, 9:4d. Rev. Harvey Hess, Supt. Classes for all. Preaching serv ices, 11 a. m. Sermon by Prof. L. A. Reed of Pasadena university. Special singing. Evening service. Young Peo- Sharp Advance of 50 on July 10 MMUHMMI'IP-WfcriTT Gilbert-True Oil Company We have been instructed to make the annojneement that "all offerings of GILBERT. TRUE will be advanced on JULY 10TH from $1.50 to $2.00 a share. BUY NOW AT $1.50 PER SHARE After July 10 You Will Pay $2.00 He few remaining shares which we control will not Ut until July 102. we will sell them, however, to the "first coma." What Gilbert :-True Oil Co. Offers This Company capitalized for $150,000 offers three wonderful money making opportunities in the oil business. THEIR FIVE ACRES in Northwest Burkburnett not only adjerns Ikr TEXAS CHIEF, but this five acres is knon s J. TLX 4 ' CHIEF OFFSET. That is, the p.opert,- to b- ai off lit must be within 300 feet of the TEXAS CI "IEF well iutif. This five acres is now be iny LriUd under ccr.iract for the GILBERT-TRUE COr.u'ANY -according to our latest advicesand is worth in Ur estimation the entire capitalization of the GILBERT-TRUE OIL COMPANY the TEXAS CHIEF is the biggest well in the Burkburnett field and the TEXAS CHIEF OFFSET well or the GILBERT-TRUE well should be the SECOND BIG GEST WELL IN THE FIELD. THE SETTLED PRODUCTION owned by the GILBERT-TRUE of 100 barrels a day amounts to over $6,000 a month or $75,000 a year this war rants the dividend which the Company is paying. THE ROYALTY OWNED by the GILBERT-TRUE COMPANY on the NORWOOD WELL and tract k another valuable asset The NORWOOD first well is producing over 7,000 barrels daily. The entire tract consists of 750 acres and the TEXAS COMPANY is under contract to drill ONE WELL FOR EVERY TEN ACRES. They have nine welU now drilling with two on the and. This royalty alone should in a short time pay at least 100 per cent to stockholders yearly. GILBERT-TRUE OIL li the "wonder" stock on the market today and should be bought while the op portunity at $1.50 is available. SEND YOUR ORDERS TODAY FOR GILBERT-TRUE. Dunbar & Company ' licensed Brokers SECURITY BANK & TRUST BLDG., ,: EI Paso, Texas. Branch Office, 15 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, Ariz. CUT on AND MAO. DfNma a co El Pisa, TeiM. I hereby ajrrea to pnrehsu ; .harts ef the GILBERT-TRUE OIL COlfPASY it 11.50 a share. I buy this on the unduralandlnf that the itini are to he edvanrwl on July 10th to $3.00 a ahare. it you ara nnabl to nil my order at ), a ahare you ara to refund mj money. I eneloe t In full ravment Tor same. (We oo net sail tiila atork on tiia partial payment plan full remit tanca must accompany order.) Kama. Addreii.. T-T-l-t A SILVER CYCLE i WIRE i i. ' 1919 July 1 PH S 47 J .1 WICHITA FAI.I.S TFT S01P 1 DUNBAR COMPANY, I EL PASO, TEXAS ,j Silver Cyrte Is alisolntelr V L well and a large one. Will L, wwier any pert ef a lhound a itellars It will he two thou- Z ft, nd barrels or heitpr. Mea- J Hows Barker aulninlna our J Wet Iowa Btirk edjolnlnfi on , North Summit PeL Number I . Two on East and r.oldenrod on J South are procuring rrom Two J u Thousand lo Thirty-five Hun- , . dred Barrels. H Is abwlutrly f Impossible to loe: Silver Cy- ', :' rle will be as large as anr af I Ihese. j & WILSON C. PORTERFTELD. J C, WE OFFER fj (Subject to Prior Sale.) j' L toll BurklcT S.tm la) Vr. IM Kino 8 at 5 50 ( 50 United Oil at ........ 6.00 I V 5 Rifl Mme at M , 1 Jane Louise at 85.no 2 I 100 Ocean 1.5 . I ina Rig 4 at us J loo Comanche County at., 1.M " 10 Tens Crude m 5 le Tex. at 1.25 S Paramount at .78 5 Roval !uke KM I 2, too Jaqners Wallace at .. I J tft Silver Cycle J.0Q I M Rankers' Lease I.Sn ina Texas Control at .... l.oo ! H ion Banner Biirk 95 . J too Gilbert True 1..V) . S too Ranqer Oil A Gas.... S.2" - II OTex at 8.00 J 100 Sunshine at .ss M J 100 Tens Colonel I.Rfl Z 58 Twin Gusher at 1.H I inn Southland a.an t 100 Duke of Dunlin 1.3 J J ABOVE PIUTE SUBJECT !J TO CHANGE WITHOtIT NOT. . V ICE. WE ARE BROKERS I ONLY. NO PROMOTIONS. J References: '. t'nlon Rank ft ( k Trust Comrany where stocks r can ha sent when purchases " are confirmed bv us bv wire. We are not responsible for the adyanca or decline in . stocks. I . Dunbar & Co. ! Licensed Brokers ' SECURITY BASK , J TRUST BLD0. I ' El Tuo, Teiu. Yoer LAST ONLY 3500 SHARES LEFT Gypsy-Burk Now Drilling Big Producers in Block 74 The United, 3500 . bbls. Sure Pop 3000 bbls. Bradley No. 1, 4000 bbls. Long Taylor Thompson, 3600 bbu. We are drilling in a proven field. Don't let this opportunity slip ! t UNITED 3500 Bbls. OOOO FT. NORTrA j; A SURE-POP '! ft A 3000 Bbls. lAaZ1 rT ri0RTH) S llLw G YPsT- BU RK 'LONG-jljALOR THOMPSON CONTRAcrORsAi; M BRADLEY'No.1 Orn SamIds ili"! m 4000 Bbu3. (BOO FT. 50UTH)ft PffA (S00 FT. SOUTH) i 'i b i i n 5 S1- 'I i, i ? 5 1 II , ,' f I - ii a II I, l j l; i o I ID 1 (Q cl o I -1SU--5 1 !! o a H o H 11 l "IS t I o c 5 t o ; III 5 ' :i i i. 5 ? J ! S at Gypsy-Burk Adjoins Block 84 The home of Burk Waggoner, which sold for $2,000,000, netting each share holder $3,333.33. How can Gypsy Burk miss? Don't let this opportunity slip I Note the location of Gypsy-Burk and distance to her rich neighbors. E X T C$ A ! SilVC aGmherTlSfock 75. Silver Cycle in Block 75 adjoins Block 74 where Gypsy-Burk is now drilling. We have every reason to believe that Gypsy-Burk will bring in a gusher that will send the stock soaring high. Now is the time to buy-Before she goes over the top. This does not mean you can buy Gypsy Burk for $1.50 a week from now, as'our limited amount will be exhausted in a few days. Send your orders today. ARIZONA DEVELOPMENT CO. Brokers ARIZONA DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, LICENSED BROKERS, Mesa, Arizona. Gentlemen: I want to buy shares of Gypsy-Burk at $1.50 per share, and enclose remittance to cover in full. Name Address State , We reserve the right to return all over subscriptions. J Phone 150 Mesa, Ariz.