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J. A. FOWLER, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office in Skiles Building MALAKOFF, TEXAS , Bob Johnson's ELECTRIC SIIOE SHOP Expert Shoe arid Harness :Repair Satisfaction Guaranteed I " HYSICIAN and SURGEON I Office in McDonald Bldg. L M ALAKOFF, TEXAS E. O. DODSON, Transter and all kinds of hauling Prompt and Satisfactory Service GUARANTEED! FOR Cut Flowers, Funeral De- signs, Bride's Boquets, or any thing in Flowers. Call 178. Sanders Floral and Evergreen Company Athens, :.: Texas Don Jimmie's ORCHESTRA Plays for partys, dances nr other engagements. Headquarters; Mexican camp MALAKOFF I I Specializing in correcting I" defects of Vision ]l | with glasses II I Every Monday I I I At Main Hotel Malakoff, Tex. i l -, I] Electrical Wiring For electrical wiring, call me. Reasonable rates on all work. C. E. IRBY Times Herald Circulator TH E MALAKOFF NEWS Texas History Movies ]111 Wf4qrr. t t4'5 GOI), EE bO 'r'4 s r .y Dr. Pepper! H|e tOtl PEOSPERO UI iLTiff. ItiOlAtl CHIEFS CALLED .... JI StCKI . S E, KF. OUT INE INOlAttg CITATION BY PUBLICATION I 'PROVED 2. A Io~'e for the Bible. bc Scrip- tures were to him tile very Word of FATI ' I ASSAtRT. l%L0ttkiW. FOUND IT ADVi LE "1"0 0EPART "I'HE :3 AI'IIgH GOVERNOR WRO'TE A LETIL No. 2508 O. O. HAYLES VS ETHEL ttAYLES IN THE DISTRICT COURT, HEN- DERSON COUNTY, TEXAS. The State of Texas to the Sheriff or any Constable of Henderson Coun- ty--GREETING: i YOU ARE HEREBY COMMAND- :ED, that by making publication of this Citation in some newspaper I, published in the County of Hender- son once in each week for four con- I secu i-G've weeks previous to the re- I turn day here, you summon Ethel [ Hayles whose residence is unknown I to be and appear at the next regu- I lar term of the,District Court of ~ Henderson County, to be holden at the court house thereof, in the city I of Athens, Texas, on the third Men- /day in September, A. D. 1935, the / same being the 16th day of Septem- ber, A. ~ 1935, then and there to answer a petition filed in said court on the 16th day of August, A. D. 1935 in a suit, numbered off the docket of said court, No. 2508 wherein O. O. Hayles is plaintiff and Ethel Hayles is defendant; the nature of plaintiff's demand being substantially, as fol- lows, to-wit: Suit for divorce plaintiff alleges that he has resided in the State and county for more than one year; that plaintiff and defendant were mar- ried on April 5th, A. D. 1919, and she abandoned him with the inten- tion of permanently a~andoning him on the 25th day of May, A. D. 1926, that such abandonment has now been for more than three years. Plaintiff prays for judgment dis- solving the bonds of matrimony. HEREIN FAIL NOT, but have you before said court on the said first day of next term thereof this writ with your return thereon, showing how you have executed the same. Given under my hand and seal of said court, at office in the city of Athens, Texas, this the 16th day of August, A. D. 1935. WITNESS, KATE NOWLIN, Clerk of District Court in and for Henderson county, Texas. UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY CHOOL Lesson ][3 REV, P. B. F1TgWATER. D. D., Member of Faculty, Moody BIbl# Institute of Chicago. 0. Western Newspaper Union. Lesson for September 1 PAUL THE APOSTLE LESSON TEXT--Acts 20:33-35; Phi- Ilpplans 4:4-14. GOLDEN TEXT--In all things I gave you an example, that so laboring ye ought to help the weak.--Act~ 20:35. PRIMARY TOPIC--A Happy %Vorker for Jesus. JUNIO~ TOPIC--Paul a Good Soldier for Jesus. INTEIIMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC--IIow to Find Itappiness in Work, YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC-The Church and the Toiler. The explanatory title given by the lesson committee, "Paul (A Worker : With Hand and Brain)," Is unsatisfac- tory. HIs pursuit of a trade was blot- dental, as well as working with his brain. He was in deed and in trutll the aptLstle of Jesus Christ and his en- tire per~n was dominated by his pas- sion to serCe his l,ord. I, His Birth (Acts 2"2:3; el. Phil. 3:17). lie was born In Tarsus of pure lie- brew stock. He could with lawlul pride boast of a godly ancestry. II. HIs Home Training (Phil. 3:5). Ills parents were pious people ~tnd carefully reared him according to Jew- Isli standards. Most religious leaders spring out of such homes, as for ex- amllle. Moses, Samuel, and Timothy, Stern prhtclples of integrity were in- culcated In hhn, thus giving him strengtll of cllaracter to impress tile world. Ill. His Education (Acts 22:'1). 1. Ills patriotism, lie was brought up to love his nation. He proudly af- firnled, "1 am a Jew." Paul was a na- tionalist of tile true tyne. God. What was found written there- In was the final word for hlm. Loss of love for the Bible and hnpliclt faith therein Is a tragedy. 3. Zealous for God. He says, "l was zealous toward God." The word "zeal- ous" literally means "to boll." It means tllat his life was Inflamed with passion for God. 4. tie was conscientious. IIls su- preme aim was to have a conscience void of offense. Cnnformlty to the dle- tates of conscience is demanded. It Is the law of life for every man, but because of the bliglit of sin the con- science needs to be taught by the Word of God. 5. IIe lind a trade. Every Jewish boy, regardless of his fathm"s wealth, was taught a trade. It was a saying among them that tie who failed to teach his son a trade taught him to steal. IV. HIs Conversion (Acts 22:6-10). 1. On the way to Danlascus Iv. 6). Iie was filled with batrcd of Christ and was on Ills way to DaI:uascus witll authority to bring to Jerusalem to be punished such Christians, men and women, as might be found. 2. A light from lleaven (vv. 6.9). As this light burned through the sky he fell to tile ground. Accompanying tile light was a voice saying, "Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me?" In response to his inquiry as to wire was speaking, the Lord declared that It was Jesus of Nazareth whom he was persecuting. 3. An honest Inquiry Iv. 10). Tltls Is shown by his declaration of his will- Ingness to do what the Lord willed. The Lord, therefore, instructed him to go to Damascus where fuller light would be given him. V. Paul's Philosophy of Life (Phil. 4:4-13). What men do and say expresses their philosophy of life. In order to Induce right living, there must be created right thinking, for truly, "As a man thinketh In his heart, so is he." 1. Unceasing Joy in the Lord (. 4). The one who kno~s the Lord Jesus Christ as a personal Saviour and x~,ho knows that in the providence of God all things work together for good to them who love God, cannot help but persistently rejoice In spite of person- al circumstances. 2. Be careful for nothing (v. 6). The word "careful" means "concern which leads to distraction." This does not mean that such a one will be hazard- ous in his living or fall in the exer- cise of common sense. Ile will not he disposed to depend upon himself, but cast himself upon his Lord for everything. 6. Think on right things (v. 8). The one who thinks on truth will be true; the one who tidnks on honesty will be honest; the one who thinks on love will have love flowing from Ills per- son. Things honorable and of good reputation among the people will not be neglected, ~. All sufficiency Is In Christ (vv. 10-13). The one who Is thus in har- mony with his Lord will be content In whtllever circumstances he may be placed. Health "The first wealth Is health. Sick- ness is poor-spirited, and cannot serve anyone; it must husband Its resources to live. But health, or fullness, an- swers its own ends, and has to spare-- runs over, and Inundates the neighbor. hoods and creeks of other men's ne- cessl tles."---Emers0n. 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