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Roger Harbour's "Fats" ms John Jacksons "Leans', will be the order of entertainment at John Powers, Roy Ginn, J. D, Waller, Morgan Smith, John INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY CHOOL Kerens, M ob.r ot F.c. ty Mood, ~, last lute of Chicago. [,,,[ ...... , ,, ...... ........ Bankston, A. L Clay, T. A. Bart- . Nile, July 22 Allsopp Soft Ball Park here on iett, Jr,, S. A. Hall, J. e. Evans ........... the night of July 25th. The clas- O. A. Phillips, W. W. Jackson, Lesson for July 21 ] ~ LESSON TEXT---I Samuel 26:5-12; II GOLDEN TEXT--Look not every !::Tuesday V~red sday donkeys, which are trained for Bob Davis, Roy Weir, Jr., Bob s~,nooi ,:,,-.~7. ' the game, will be furnished by l Johnson, and Claude Pierce (Ca- ms. on own t lngs, every man also on the things of others.-- i and Thursday the Texas Ranger Donkey Base-1 yuga), PhUlpp -ns July 23,24'25th ball Club. I Leans--John Jackson, Captain, SleepingPRIMARYKing.TOPIC'--'David nnd_ ..the The occasion is being sponsor- ! Tom Johnson, C. C. Pierce, Le- ZVNmR TOPm--V v d Sleeping King. ed by the Men's bible classes Roy Brannon, Win. Rogers, Car-IN'rERMI DIATI " AND SENIOR TOP ,of the Methodist and Baptist ney Kirby, Earl Gentry, Valmore IC--Dav d the reat-neart d. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC--A Generouo Attitude Toward about a stage.struck churches and the proceeds de- Rogers, Edward Pierce, Earl Others. and her rived from the small admission Rogers, L. R. Tiner, J. D. John- David is one of the most prominent struck husband charge will be divided between son, C. L. Patton, Jack Dodson, of Bible characters. His many-sided these organizations. Dr. P. T. Kilman. Harold Davis, life and hls close association with The players from which the E. 0 Wilson, EIjno Wilson, Fred Christ give alto a place of importance second to none in all ti~e Bible. It is two line-ups will be taken are as Whitehead, James Harvill, Har- in this light that tills great character follows: vey Martin and J. W.Rawleigh should be viewed, and not merely as Fafs--Roger Harbour, Captain (Cayuga) "David (The Great-Hearted)." !. His Birth and Youth (I Sam. 16; , ~-----, .......... 17:15, 34). hnrch 0$ Christ Joe and J. D. Pate of Hubbard nethlehcm was the [,laceof Ills birth. spent a few days in the city this as well as that of Ida greater Son 1 (Matt. 2:46). Ile was the youngest of Revival To Start week with their aunt, Mrs, John Jesse s eight sons. iiis young manhood ,,I . _ Robertson. was spent as a shepherd. This was the aunaay nornlng .rst period of his schooling and prep- aration for life. From the brief de- - GET your ElectricFans at scrlptlve word we learn that In his per- sonal appearance he had auburn hair, A week's revival campaign of WEIR'S. fair eyes and a beaatiful countenance the Church of Christ will get un- (16:12). ills life as a shepherd was der way here Sunday mornin r in Miss Lorena Truelove, whohas attended with real hazards (17:34-37). Foster s Grove, near the Baptist His Anointing (I Sam. 16:6-13). Church. The meeting will he,been school at Denton, returnedGod tlad revealed to Sanmel that one held by the Rev. Asa H. Speer ofItme Saturday niizht. She was of Jesse's sons was to be ti e new king. accompanied home h yMisses In determination of the divine choice, . , , ,.m Corpus Christi, a nationallyI Jesse's sons passed before Samuel In known scholar and orator. Dr. jLucille and Luella Truelove, Lu- order, beginning wltl Eliab, the oldest. Electrical Wrong Speer has t)ower to charmand lcille Mitchell and Gene Blanken: Ellab was rejected In spite of Ida fa- vorable physical qualifications, ltls In- For electrical wiring, call me, captivate his audience and the]ship' who spent the week-end ner condition as seen by God disquali- fied him. All gh)rying In the flesh must Reasonable rates on all world,gospel of Jesus becomes simpli- here. be set aside In tile choice of a man for a place In God's program. David was fled as if lighted by a ray o f] C. E. IRBY magic. I News from Mrs. Tom King of chosen because of his fidelity as a simp- Times Herald Circulator If the Bible has mysteries Trinidad' who underwent an op- herd bo: . When the anointing oil was _ _ _ , greater than you can comprehend eration for appendicicis at a Cor- being applied, tim Spirit of the Lord came upon him. David's attractiveness .... hear this great man, whose onlylSicana hospital last Thursday. as a young man, and Ms unusual gifts --'-'--"---EAT authority to disolve the mist ofI is that she is getting along very were all to no avail without the Sl)irit. BUTTER-KIST ages, istheword of God, withtnicely' . IlL David'a LIfe at the noyal Court. such force and eloquence you[ As a lmrpist and armorbearer to brougiit to play Ids harp bt.fore Saul BREAD might wonder if a Paul were not[ Miss Margaret Johnson of Saul (I Sam. ,6:19-~3). He was pleading before the throne of IMeadow, Texas arrived here allayed.in order that the evil spirit might be Madein Hellderso, Coullty Kings. His convincing messa, lMonday night to makeher home. 2. His triumph over Goliath. For ges will be a priceless treasure] some reason David returned to h)ok after his fatl~er's sheep. On being sent that will inspire and promote a] Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ellis and on an errand to his brethren In the stronger faith in God's word. The publicis cordially invited to attend all of these services.-- Reporter. Miss Edith Brown is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Morrison at Kiigore this week. DR. JOE B. WILLIAMS Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Duncan of Jacksonville were visitors in the city Wednesday. YOUR Prescriptions will be prop- erly compounded if carried to-- WEIR'S PHARMACY. in correcting defects of vision with glasses Every Monday At Main Hotel Malakoff, Tex. and Mrs. Raymond Brown- to their home in San Antonio Saturday after a visit here with relatives were accompanied home by Mrs, Fred Whitehead, Mrs. mother. Mrs. G. C, Brownlow Harvey Martin and Miss Dolly of this city, and Miss Annie MaP Laney attended the funeral of Corder of Trinidad, who returned Mrs. J. E. Spruill at Bazette Sunday afternoon. Monday afternoon. DID You know you can get a Ray Vandagriff, Jr. of Dallas Crosieyelectric Refrigerator with is visiting relatives in the city no down-payment? Call and let this week. us explain--ROY I. WEIR, .... Orvella Reece and Clarence Womack who recently enlisted in chison is visiting her cousin, the U. S. Army, were sent last Miss LorenaTruelove here this week to Ft. Sill, Oklahoma for week. rain ing. - . Mrs. P. E. Putt[grew returned Mrs. J. E. McClure anddaugh- home Tuesday from a visit with ter, Miss Virgie left Sunday for her son in Seymore. an extended visit in Richmond, Vs. Mrs. Weldon Reed and little ...... of Mart are visiting her aunt Miss Valle Lee Taylor spent Miss Addle Melton here this several days last week with rein- week. tives in Palestine. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sel- C. T. McWil]iams was a bus[- men of Mankin a fine baby boy hess visitor in Dallas Monday. on last Friday night. Mother and baby both doing nicely. daughter, Bettie Lou of Corsica. na, Mrs. Y. E. Crawley and Miss era Williams spent the week- end with relatives in Houston. Picturesque Finland Thousands of years ago ice and wa- ter from tlm Arctic ocean to tl~e Baltic sea covered wlmt Is now Finland. Like tim tIollander, the l,'lnn has for gen- erations been capturing his country fl'om tl~e flood and without wars or treaties of peace it Is annexing every year vast territories of virgla soil, as vh'gin [Is Venus rislng from tile waves. D. B. O WEN, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office in McDonald Bldg. MALAKOFF, TEXAS ., ...i Under New Management Home of Paramount, Fox, R. K. O. and M-G-M Pictures # Watch for , Will Rogers Shirley Temple Warner Baxter West Bing Crosby Ginger Rogers And other favorite stars in the latest productions camp, he saw the Philistine giant, Go- liath, defying God and the arany of Is- taeL He volunteered to fight, skillful- ly slung the stone which felled the giant, and with Goliath's own sword cut off his head. 8. Won the fl'lendshlp of Jonathan. This friendship has been Immortalized In the world's thought. It was unique in that it occurred between two men of rival worldly lnteresL Jonathan was the crown prince, helr to the throne. David was heir to the throne according to divine purpose. Knowing this, Jonathan waived his rights. IV. David's Life al an Outlaw (I Sam. 21:10-31:13). Though God anointed him klng, Da- vid wandered for years as an outlaw to escape the murderous frenzy of Saul. During this time he did some foolish things, but l~e also learned many things In this bitter school which better fitted him to be a king, statesman, and poet, leaving to the world a rich heritage. V. God's Royal Covenant (II Sam. 7:8-16). On the ground of the setting forth of this covenant, he Is the legal heir to the kingdom. Jesus Christ shall one day occupy the throne of his father David (Luke 1:31-33). Vl. David's Reign aa King. 1. Made king of Judah at Hebron (II Sam. 2:4-5:3). A long war was waged between the house of David and that of Saul. 2. King over all Israel (II Sam. 5:4). The eiders of Israel at last invited him to be king over all Israel accord. lag to the purpose of God as expressed by Samuel when he anointed hhn king. VII. David's Sins and Failurel. l. Refuge among the enemies of Is rael (I Sam. 21, 30). This was a dlso graceful act. Being the chosen and anointed of God, he should have trust ed God to defend him against the fury of Saul. 2. Plurality of wives. He established a harem after the order of the heathen monarchs. 3. Crime as to Bath-simba and Uriah (II Sam. 11, 12). Ammon's sin. the re- bellions of Absalom and Sheba, and Ab- salom's attempt to seize the throne were the inevitable fruits of his poly- gamous life. 4. Numbering the people (II Sam, 25). Religion Religion, like morals and physics, has first truths which are Incapable of being derived from anything more cur. tain than tllemselves--whlch the hu- man mind, at a particular point of Its development, Invariably recognizes, and the intuition of which Is a direct re- refit of its highest activities.---James Martineau, Sidnlmg Qualltiea Many individuals have, Ilke uncut diamonds, shining qualities beneath a tough exterior.--JuvenaL Mrs. Bcyd Sharp and baby of Carlisle are visiting her parents, Mrs. W. C. Payee and Mrs. L, Mr. and Mrs. T. 4. Bartlett here Matthews of Trinidad left Men- day for E1 Paso wilere they will visit relatives this week. Mrs. Albert Sheppard and son, Albert Jr. of Corsicans spent Sunday inthe city the guests of this week. Smith Poyner of Bloomington his mother, Mrs. P. E. this week. Miss Clarine Chapman left Mrs. S. R. Thompson. she summer. Read t~e Advertl~me~t~ To Clear Quickly At A Sensational Wash silks, acetate combinations and solid col- ors... Prints with jackets. Plenty of smart styles and designs to select from .................. Sheer Cotton A Surprisingly Low Price for Quality Lovely Eyelet Batistes . . Printed Batistes, sheer Seersuckers, Voiles and dotted sheers in charmingly cool styles. All sizes .................. i A Clearance Sale of Men's Women's and Chil Women's White Footwear Tie , Pumps, Oxfords, Straps, $4.98 Shoes Reduced to $:k98 Shoes Reduced to and Sandals Men's White Shoes Select from" $4.9SShoes $, Edgerton, Reduced to .................... Pacemaker $3.49Shoes $, and Reduced to .................... ~.o. to ............... -_ Boy's White Odldren's White $2.98 Shoes $' All children's white shoes greatly re r eauceu to ................... , Of couyse, the prices depend on the size $2.49 Shoes qualiL selected. All of them are great Reduced to ................... ance values! East Side Square Athens, Texas C o M F East Side St Athens, The Heth0dist Bulletin [By Gee. C. Hardy, Pastor] :_: -- e~e _-_ -_ Let us carry the revival for- ward in our" church. Brother Nichols brought wonderful mes- sages. If we will do our part the revival will not end in Mala- koff. We are thankful that the latest visit with Mrs. Bankston in the hospital at Corsicans found her doing nicely. May God bless her wlth a speedy recovery. Mrs. J. J. Carson is badly miss, ed. We are happy that she will soon be back with us, The loyalty of our people with reference to all the finances of the church is an insl)iration to your pastor. We have done won- derful things in a material way for our church this year. The only regret the pastor has is that the men of the church do not support it quite as well with their presence as with their means. On the Highway Saturday 'til Monday Heal and Hulls Wolf sack Guaranteed laxwell [louse, 1.4 lb. Gold Dust 2 for rman's Soap 3 bars Discovery of San Diego San Diego was discoverod in 1542 by a l'~rtuguese navigator sailing under tile flag of Spain, altlmugh it was not named until 60 years later. Tl~e city of San l)ieg~) was lncorllorated In 1S50, but it (lid not really prosper until it was moved tlwce miles to the l)resent site in 1867. Since then its growth has been phcnomcnaL It is the fourtil larg- est city In California. being exceeded only by Los Angeles. San Francisco and Oakland, but only since the World war has its business district'expanded into a met.r(,p(dllan center. Ends Aching Sore Muscles Free l~mtqw lasthtg, qulcke~ ~ilef, me Bsllatd's Snow Liniment which contains at~ive in~m to give more than local action, thu~ lu.ingiae sm'gs of wormed blood to ed s~ttt~" coait~ttioa more quickly sway the pain from ~hins mtade~,_e~m~_, strains, badmdm earl lumbqfo. Usua~'s Snow ]r~lm~h 30 md 60~ PAYNE'S DRUG STORE Canova in glass jars, 3-lOs Post Bran box Mother's OATS with Plate or Cup and Saucer Porkand Beans can Pink, 2 cans No. J Linen