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TULSA DAILY WOKi.ii TIKSDAY, AHUL 17, VMM.
Our Prescription Department u fully and perfectly iiippel. No mil' run ever fear Unit we will fill a preemption improperly because w happen to be "juxt out" of Home in irrcdinnt. We never allow our stock to run low. Our assistant are skilled pharmacists and every detail in uiulei our own personal supervision. J. F. AYARS Second Street. THE NORTH END DRUG STORE Hal mTl to 110 Wmt Firnt 8trtt. G. K. MrCreory, I'hg. Mur. Phones: 8.T7 Drue Stnn. 8.TI (2 rinn rtmidenea. Dr. McCreery's Office In Store W. Albert Couk. M. D. Edwin R. Williama.lt. 0 DR3. COOK AND WILLIAMS. Specialists. Practice limited to di seases of the Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat. Alao Glasses scientifically and carefully fitted. Phone 8. Office Old Alexander llldg. cor 2nd and Main. Tulia Transfer ft Storage Co. Otllee in Lon It. Stansbury's Imple ment House. Phone 271). Prompt Service. Household Qoodf Packed and Shipped. SKATING RINK OPEN The Skating Kink on North Bon ton in the skating rink building in now open. Ladles Will be Allowed the Use of the Rink Free from the hours of 1 to 4 o'clock in the Afternoon. 1.ADIKS ONLY. From 7 to lt:W) the public is invited. Admission 10c. Ladles Free Ladies and gentlemen will lie charged 25c for rental of skates in the evening. Do You Want Good Brick For Buildings, Founda tions or Flues? If so see Tulsa Pressed Brick Co. J. W. Pi x ley, Manager Phone 209. ctooeoooceoooccc O r it ruiTrc m City Scavenger S Cor. Third and Guthrie. ,. a 'ers nt Miliee lii!H(l.nrters BEST CORNICE WORK Ira Isenberger Eureka Plumbing COMPANY First-class Work Guaranteed....... E. Third St. :: hone 4. J. S. JAMISON BUCKEYE BOARDINO AND ROOMING HOUSE Board fcr da at wk. 8aaa at mmk. Ratal Haaia his. Cor. Third ami Bostoa fctrcta M. "CHRIST 18 RISEN" SERMON BY REV. OF TRINITY "lb' i- m here I'm1 He ix risen." Si. Mutt. J li. In l he deep dnvni of the lirst day n' ihe week, after the Snbbnth, the liil i. Mi' of llie ulil ilisjielisillinll, tiles.' devoted wninell lire seen lilllkinj,' their way from their home to the Harden ill' .limeph of Animal hen where was the sepuli'lier of our Lord; lak iiiL; with them the spices ami myrrh with whieh lo anoint his body, I'm" I hey ilid imt know what hud hnp pened. These devoted Women who had inini.sleivd unto him during his earthly life were now preparing to show I heir love by performing these last sail ai ls for the dead. As they ueared the place a difficulty sug gested itself to them. "Who shall roll us away the stone from the door of lit' tninb, " for they knew how In rye and heavy it was because they hail stood by and had seen it rolled into place upon that Friday evening three days before. To their astonishment it was rolled away, and upon entering into the tomb they did not find the body as they had expected, but they saw the nngel in glistening white gannents silting at the riyht side; the nngel calming their fright declares for the lirst time those wonderful words which have come to mean so much: "lie is risen, he is not here." The few details of the exciting in ciilents of the morning of (hat first Lord's day, have a deep interest. Again and again our 1ird appears to his disciples; now in smaller and now in larger companies, and gives them as true and deeply settled an assurance of his resurieclion as was before given of his death. To that resurrection we turn as to the single incident in the life of the world's Redeemer; the central fact of all human history .Nothing ahites the incarnation but the raising up of the dead body into life is supreme in its bearing on the human race. The resurrection of Christ is the crucial test of the world's redemp tion. If Christ hath not been raised your faith is vain; for it is upon ibis teaching that the whole Christian Church is built, and if it were not true the whole struct ure would be shaken to its very foundation. It would no longer have its present significance, and the changes wrought by il would only hp imaginary. Ye are vet in vour sins. Mill the Christian Church has never shrunk from the'nlternative. nud ex ulting in its jubilant assurance, lint now hath Christ been raised from the ilead and lln niplelencss of the atonement of Christ is declared. He eaine lo earth and took man's nature that he might save men from their ins; that he might redeem them and place llicm again in their proper re lation In their Coil and lo their Cre ator. lie lied his lite as a man that he might he a guide ami a pattern of righteousness and of perfect man hood for all men to follow. lie died upon the cross as a lull, perfect, and suflicient saeriliee, ob lation and satisfaction for the sins of the whole win Id. So also in the resurieclion from the dead has he eoii'piereil death forever and over come the power of the grave. It is with that human bmly glori 'icd with which he arose, and it is with (hat same body he as nled into Heaven, taking our nature there to be a living witness and mediator for us men and for our salvation forever. He was delivered up for our sins and was raised from the dead for our justification. The individual re sult of this depends upon our faith in Christ and his atoning power, .lust so far as we accept Ibis doe trine and follow it that much arc our lics influenced by it. It is the brightest aspect of human life, and liiis I'lU'l, added and as sured lo in by the lesuriecl ion of our l.oid, is the brightest hope of liiinianiiv, for to h.'licve in this is o) accept Ihe whole Christian dogma, and the richness of that faith and its resultant expectation it is almost inipossibl,. (n estimate. What wonderful possibilities does il open before our wondering eyes.! Il is this that gives us strength to! overcome sin; it is this lioe of the eternal life thai men have laid down their live for, and from it we gain si i ei gth and power to overcome the sufferings end disappointment of this human life of ours. For the suf feriiiL' of this present time are not to l'i compared with Ihe (lory which shall be revealed to usward. The iTsurrection throws an alto nether new light en history; lint its '. brightest light is that one gleam of j light which we gain from it of the rutin e. For the resurrection Christ is the connecting link between the meen and the unseen.. It is the only AN EASIER R. D. BALDWIN, EPISCOPAL CHURCH glimpse of the future state which Cod has given lis. It is the fullest, deepest and most complete revelation lhal we have. In I be resurrection of Christ we are given the illsiitrious example of the universal resurreijlion of which Christ is the Hist fruits, .lusl as in the old dispensation the otter ing of the lirst fruits was a tpc of the ingathering of the whole harvest. Our hope as Christians is built upon this, ami we know that even if we are weak and frail that this same human body has gone before us glorified and perfected by the suffer ing, anguish and death on the cross. That the same human body which was glorilled and exalted by the res urrection from the dead. It is upon this hope that Christ inns are able to look into the future with calmness and security; which has power to carry them safely through all of the temptations, adversities and sufferings of this life to the glories which await them in that house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. The casting off of the natural body to be clothed with a spiritual body; the exchange of the earthly for the heavenly is exemplified in the one example which is the hope and com fort of every believer who lives in the Lord and dies with this glorious assurance of the resurrection always before him. In the resurrection of our Lord Hire is a complete trumph of right eousness over sin, of the just over Ihe unjust and of' Christianity over the world of error and false teach ing. Destroy this temple and I will raise it up in three days. The resurrection is the divine seal of testimony to the perfection and acceptability of the work of Christ. The work of wicked men, the an tagonism of error, the whole power of the enemy triumph in crushing the truth; but the resurrection is a dem onstration of complete victory over all and casts its illuminating com ment upon the words. "1 lay down my life that 1 may take it again; I have power lo lay it down and I have power to take it up again." The resurrection completes and finishes the revelation made to us in Jesue Christ our Lord and it illumi nates his 'words and explains his -atonment and sacrifices as nothing else could do. The result which we see in the HELLO CENTRAL 1 407, PELASE ! Tulsa Decorating Company We wish your man to call to see us about do ing some GOOD WORK If you want some thing a little better than the other fellows, call and see our stock. We show the cheapest and best line of W ALL PAPER AND PAINTS. Practical Paintrs and i Paper Hangers EXCLUSIVE DEALERS 114 SOUTH THIRD STRKET. TYPEWRITERS' For Rent Tulsa Business College TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING T. J. LeGore, the Tailor is located b Room 9, Grand room'g house. Ofllea hours 4:30 to 8 p. m. Sec him for styles, liars had 2S years expert enea in the clothing business. Oppo. Poe to fre T. J. LeOore Christian church today testifies to the power and everlasting inlluenee of a risen Ijord. It is the teaching of the Gospels and the key stone of the arch of Christianity. As we stand upon some high, snow cupped mountain peak and watch the sun rise, we can see the radiant streams of golden light stretch out farther and further, pUding the snow capped peaks one by one, leap ing from one to the oilier until at last the sun itself appears and the world is full of its glorious light and radiance. The darkness is gone and dispelled. Just so is it with the resurrection of our Lord. First a few noble and tried land marks, then farther and farther stretches its influence until at last some day the world will be tilled with it; tilled with it as the earth is tilled with the glorious light of the noon day sun and all men shall he drawn unto (cod through Jesus Christ our Lord. With such a record before our eyes can we forget our risen Lord; is it possible for humanity ever to sink again after having been brought into the power of the Christian dispen sation! They do fall; we all fall away from grace and forgetting the im mortality which is ours through the resurrection of our Lord sink again into sin, and we live not for the glories of the hereafter but tlx our minds on worldly and temporal things, living only for them. We are nothing but earthly creat ures and, therefore, faril and weak and are surrounded by every safe fuard to protect us. The benefits of the resurrection are given us to ap propriate and enjoy. Do we get the full benefit of theinf Do we realize what a glorious prilege it is and how vitjil it is to our eternal existence. Do wc use very opportunity that is offered to us to nourish and strength en our spiritual lives and live, not unto death, but alive unto Christ f If we would live as we should we must use and cultivate every opportunity that is otfered us to nurture and pro tect our spiritual welfare; because of our tendency to sin we need every help that is given us to guide our feet into the way of peace. Let us all learn our lesson front the resurrection; fix our ga.e upon the everlasting glory of the risen Lord and Savior and amend our lives so that by right living and right ac tion we can enter the joys of ever lasting life with. him who rose from the dead that he might ever be with the Father as our high priest and in tercessor, that through his pleading we may see him in glory as he is. We would see Jesus, for the shadows lengthen Across this little landscape of our life, We would see Jesus our weak faith to strengthen For the last weariness, the final strife. W would see Jesus sense is all too binding, And heaven appears too dim, too far away, We would see Thee, Thvself our hearts reminding What Thou has suffered our great debt to pay. Wc would see Jesus, this is all we're needing, Strength, joy and willingness come with the sight. We would see Jesus dying. I isen, pleading, Then welcome day and farewell nwr tal night. M. K. & T. EXCURSIONS. I San Antonio, Texas. April 8 and 0, ret ii i ii limit April 1.1. Fnre, one and one-third round trip. St. Louis April 1!) and 2(1, return limit April lit. One fare plus fifty cents round trip. San Antonio. 'April l!) and '20, re turn limit ten days. One fare plus 2.00 round trip. ' Oklahoma City April 2l. 27, 2S. ' Fuie 4.1 ll round trip. Oklahoma City April 21 to 24. Fare I.S0 round trip. Mexico City April 2.") to May ". Re turn limit July :ilst. Fare, 40.S." round trip. New Orleans. La.. April 22, 2.1 and 24. Return limit May 7th. Fare 1.".20 round trip. E. LEACHM AN, Agent. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. City Marshal Ruber wants the pub lic to take notice that he will strictly enforce the chicken and ?terk ordin ance. Owner of both are hereby warned to keep them within bounds or suffer the consequences. 4-M-tf GET THE HABIT. Smoke an "Eagle." "8tatehood." or " 204 " at the Busy Bee. 4-7-6t Our motto is hisrh quality troods, and best service. The Southwestern Bottlinjr Co. 3-24-tf poooooooooocooooooooocooooocoooooooo 3 ' 3 Spring Styles 9 are now all in. We have y g a Swell Assortment DAN R0DY TULSA'S MODERN TAILOR p JOOOCOOOOCOCICXXXXICOOCOOOOOO Wallace & Co. The Favorite Grocery of Tulsa People g Fancy Groceries, Best Fish and Cured Meats Exclusive Dealers in Chase & Sanborn Coffee Wallace & Co. oooooooooooooooooocooooooo: poooooooococoooooooooco HUDNUT'S The Best Line Manufactured We take pleasure in informing; you that we cany a full assortment of the ele-ant TOILET SPECIALTIES AND PERFUMERY manufactured by RICHARD HUD NUT, New York City. We will supply frratis, to our lady patrons on re tuest, a copy of Richard lludnut's "20th CENTURY TOILET HINTS," regarded by the elite of New York as the standard authority on the Cultivation of Beauty and the correct use of Perfumes. A full line of these poods in South show window. ShacEde Drug Co THE PLACE TO EAT I Oxford Cafe f Z Wright & Fetters, Props. x ' TULSA . . . INDIAN TERRITORY H ro OUR MOTTO: "Quick Service Conformative With Best Service." aaai""-"- aSsBMtaBB B-atataa-BBi BBta BtiBB-BtaiBia-aBa-aBB-aiBBBa-B-B-aBBi mnm9UmnmmmmnmmmmmmuumJmmmmmmm FANS! FANS! FANS! FANS! FANS! E L ECT R I C- GetUrEica.HV A. W. TUCKER Office with ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Hale & RJtlolds Bockf inger & Hedgecock REAL ESTATE, LOANS. ABSTPACTg See them. Suite 4, Ftour Building, TuUa, Ind X 8 DR. FERN E R, DENTIST Try Dr. Ferner'a painless method of extracting teeth. Plates guaranteed ten years. Crown and Bridge work $.r 00 per tooth. No charge for ex tracting when plates are ordered. Office In Malcolm Bldg., 2nd St. Phone 71