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THE SUNDAY SCHOOL
The Care o the woman.
LESSON IX, FIRST QUARTER, INTERNA
TIONAL SERIES, MARCH 3.
Temt of the Lmiou, Gen. xvlll, 10-33.
Memorr Verses, 23-20 Colilen Test,
Lake xvlll, 1 Commentary Pre
pared by Rev. D. M. Stearns.
Copyright, 1907, by American Press Association.1
I cannot find In me a willingness to
pass over chapters xvl and xvil with
their inau important events, written
fr us by the Holy Spirit, and one Im
portant lesson of chapter xvl Is that
God will always do as He has said,
and not in any roundabout or wrong
way, for He cannot be a partner to
anything wrong, Concerning the prom
ised sou it is finally writttw, "The
Lord visited Sarah as He had said,
and the Lord did unto Surah as He
had spoken" (xxi, 1).
Ten years had passed since Abra
ham entered the land (xvl, 3), and, no
son having been given, the devil has
a trap for Abraham, Into which he
falls, making a lot of family trouble
and seemingly breaking intimate fel
lowship between Abram and the Lord
for thirteen years. Compare xvi, 10,
and xvi!, 1. lu chapter xvl, 7-11, note
the first mention of the augel of the
Lord (four tiniest, and in connection
with a poor, wronged outcast wom
an, and take comfort from the min
istry of angels (Ue!. i, 14). Find
greater comfort in the truth that
God lives and sees and cares (xvi, 13,
14. !r.!'.l margiui. Note how important
is submission not only to the good and
geii'.U-. but nl-o to the I'roward ixvi. It;
I I'et. ii. IN. Submission is sniil to bo
the highest mission on earth. It is in
terval rag to i.oil.v that of the
me:: .: ;:ii!.eil i:i Scripture a
Uut,.e '. before th 'ir birth is!u;
the b: -t.
After the thirw-, :i years of
years of silence
;i::.-, lf to Abram
Almighty :)d ti:i
1 u is all stilii-
the I.ov.1 rcv.v
by a i."v. :.
sua-:.:. : . m- f
iitc; i i ia to.
all Hi- .-t ' ii
lif t::..:e:v:o..'l ."
we are br n'.ga' I
au.i our uii res.
then if we walk
sincerely ixvii. 1,
the all sullieionc
1-ml; of .Job titan ia
.:!: in ! can only 1
..i :i, -prei-iaicil when
t : i . - .-id of our-elves
iit-cs i.ioli xlii. tit;
. fore Co.l uprightly,
margim. we will see
of lio.l. Then fol-
low in tliis wonderful chapter the
covenant with Abram conti.'ined,
Abram's change of name to Abraham
by putting into it the principal letter
of God's name. Jehovah; the rite of cir
cumcision, suggesting death to the
flesh, and the assurance that the loug
promised t-on would be given the next
year and his name would be Isaac.
Today's lesson chapter begins with
another appearance of the Lord to
Abraham, the sixth, I think, if I have
counted correctly, and this time Ho is
accompanied by two angels, the three
appearing as men, and they accept
Abraham's hospitality and rest under
the tree while water Is brought for
their feet and an abundant meal pro
vided by Abrahuin and Sarah, of
which they all partake. Contrast the
unleavened cakes which Sarah quick
ly makes with her three measures of
meal with th- leavened bread of the
woman of Matt, xiii, 33. If you feel
like saying how gladly you would have
stood by or helped prepare the food or
shared it with them, think of John
xii, 1-3, aud see the same Lord, and if
that does not help then believe Rev.
See the reassurance of n son for
Sarah, hear her unbelieviug laugh and
the Lord's patient rebuke and His
searching question. "Is anything too
hard for the Lord?" (Verses 9 to 15.)
Compare Jer. xxxii, 17, 27, and say
before Him If you are believing or un
believing. The visitors rose up and looked
ward Sodom, and Abraham went V.ia
them to bring them on their way, and
so the four start off, and we can easily
Imagine Sarah following them with
her eyes as far as she could see them
and thinking many things in her heart.
Soon the two angels are on their way
to Sodom, and the record of their visit
to Lot and their hurrying him aud his
wife und daughters out of the doomed
city is found in chapter six along with
the story of the destruction of the cities
because of their sin. The angels' inabil
ity to destroy the cities until Lot was
safely out suggests that the church
must be taken out of the earth before
the judgments can come upon it. Our
Lord Jesus Indorses this record also
(Lu! e xv;i, 28-30) and tells us that as
It was so it shall be again nt Ills com
ing. Contrast the willingness with
which the visitors accepted Abraham's
hospitality and Lot's difficulty In con
straining til'? angels to enter his home.
Turning back to our lesson and to
our Lord's words. "Shall I hide from
Abraham that thing which I do'r"
(verse 17) we nve reminded of Amos
ill, 7. "Surely the Lord God will do
nothing, but lie revealeMi Ills secret
unto his servants the prophets." We
therefore do weU if we take heed to
all prophecy and are faolish If we do
not (II Tet. I, ID; Luke xxiv. 23). The
Lord Is looking for those with whom
lie can commune, for He seeks fel
lov '!! with us (II Chron. xvl, 9).
'vv of Sodor.i and Gomorrah
re t'i3 Lord brings to mind such
p; . as Gen. I v. 10; Hab. 11, 11:
J;' :; Nuin. xxxii, 23 The words
In - 22 and 23. "Abraham stool
yc ' 'ore the Lord ami Abraham
drcv. near," remind m of our great
privilege set forth In Lob. i.v. 14-10.
ilium 3 sixfold petition for the sin-1
city and bU prcling anMl the
1 asrwd to spure1 it" f-r t-i'a
sake," taken with such llhtritio'.is
as tli" woman of Tyre and Si,':i-i. the
Ro'-'.in centurion. Cte four fvl'!t'l-t of
the pahied man. our Golden Text, etc..
should greatly encourage us to prse- J
rere In prayer.
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This is my last round for the col
lection of the taxes for the year
1006, and all who have not paid
their taxes are urged to meet me at
the above times and places and pay.
I am compelled to settle the taxes
and shall be forced to levy on all
who fail to meet me and pay their
taxes tnis round.
Very truly yours,
T. J. Finch, Ex Sheriff.
This Fe'o. 5, 1907.
M rs. Rebecca Blair, of Blairtown,
in Davidson County, died at her
iioibe last wetk. She was the wid
ow of the late Madison Blair.
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R ' ert C. Ogden, head of the gen
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MormBii Senator from L-rah, K
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Headache increased on reading or
sewing is one of the most common
reflex symtoms of the eye strain.
It is a well-known fact that no
muscle in the body can endure con
tinuous contraction except for a
very short tims. Yet all near work
requires the contraction of the cili
ary muscle, say for from eight to
twelve hours daily. The result is
Pereons whose work necessitates
much ocular labor should vary their
duties with intervals of rest. In
continued reading of sewing, it is
well to desist at short intervals and
fix the gaze on some distant object
aud close the lids repeatedly.
The habit of wearing veils is re
sponsible for some deterioration of
vision particularly if they are very
thick or dotted. The best veil for
the eyes is one with a single large
mesh, either without dots, or the
dots so far apart that none shall
come over the eye. Anna M. Gal
braith, M. D. it The March Delineator.
Dispatches from London report the
wreck of a mail steamer off the
Hook of Holland, last Thuiday. A
hundred aud forty lives, including
the crew, were lost.
1 In the Supt ri u' Court.
Carol hi. .,
Matilda C, ;.;,
i.t.d l.n-1,1.. 1
b.m.l I-' i
The -i fei
1 1., I
l..iuii'- tii. F.'iiMi' Cuiiiil.
aii.ivi' ii.ii-cil, will take notice ti
the Ni; ci i. r Court of luir.li.lpli (Viniiy. to
sell certain parcels of land situated in Tab
ernacle Township in said c .unity for a divis
ion iiiiionjl the tcnuuts in common. And the
said defendants will further take nciice that
they are required to appear at the ollice of
the Clerk of the Superior Court of said coun
ty at tin courthouse in Ashehoro, North
Carolina, on the 10th day of March 1 !)((",
and answer or demur to the petition in said
action, or the plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief demanded in said pe'ition.
This the loth day of Feb 11RI7.
W. C. IIammosp,
C. S. C.
By Virtue of an order of the Superior
Court of Kandnlph Ceunty in the special
proceeding, entitled Seth W. Laughlin, Ailmr.
of Jacob Chrisco, J. M. Chrisco et al. Ex.
Parte, I will, on the 18th day of March,
1907, at 12 o'clock M, sell to the highest
bidder at public auction, at the courthouse
door in Ashehoro, N. C, the following real
1st Tract. On the waters of Richland
Creek; beginning at a rock pile and running
thence North 'JO chains to a poet oak; thence
West 2.J chai .s to a poet oak; thence South
20 chains to a red oak; thence East 25 chains
to the ljeelnning, containing 50 acres more
or less, excepting 7 acres more or less sold off
to Wukins iiuirow.
2nd Tract: Beginning at a pine, Drake's
corner; thence North on Drake's line 28
chains to a sassafras, Trogdon's corner;
thence East on Trogdon's line 14 chains to a
stake, Trogdon's corner; thence South on
Trogdon's line 20 chains to a stone pile in
said Chrisco's own line; thence West on
said line 14 chains to the beginning, con
taining 30 acres more or less.
Said land sold subject to the dower rig:it
on said land of the widow of the said Jacob
Terms of sale: One-half cash and the bal
ance on a credit of six months, bonds with
approved security to be given for the defe.
This 13th day of February, 1907.
J. A. Spence,
riuving Qunlillvd as Administer with the will
annexe), on the estate of P. P. Cripple, deceased,
lfore W.O. Hammond. Clerk of the Superior
Court of Randolph county, I thull sell at public
miction, to the highest bidder for Cash, nn the
premises, on the Sth day of March, 1907, the
following personal property, to-wit: One mare,
funniUK tools, machinery, 1 one horse wagoti, corn
wheat, meal and household rnd kitchen fur
niture in..) other articles too tedious to mention.
All persons huvliiK claims against said estate
arc notified to present thura to the undersigned,
duly verified, on or before the 1.1th (lav of Keb.
linn, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery: and nil pei:ons nwlne said estate
will come fo-waid and make Immediate settle
ment. This 9th day of February 19rt7.
.1. S. KlNbLEY, Admr. with the will annex
ed of P. P. Copple.
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FayeLLeville street, Ashe
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We p; y hig-hest prices for
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' ti? c Asheboro, put on
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!i "i.- merchandise.
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G. ffl, Stnlthdeal, Pres., Richmond, Va
In the Suiierlor Court
Bufore the Clerk.,
, Kundiup" V. )
arnh A. Hcnlor. Siilney J. Blair. L. J. Blair.
Biuntou J. Ulair anil IVira E. Kichurdsou.
Willinm J Hlnir, Muni-tta Blair Mi-iitlenhall,
nnd her hnsinimi. W. 1. Moiideuhail. Ktldle 1.
Meiint'iihull, Kobert Miri Menueiinuu, mtu
MeiidenhRll Burk and her husband
Uurk. Willie Blair Mendenhall, Martha
Tmnlinvtm .Menhenhall. Uuth Worth Meuden.
hall, Kotiert hidney '1'hompnon, Lizzie Jane
TlHimpMjr. tamper and her h'isbaiid
Cooier, Seymorc Bluir Thomison, Mattie
Olivia Thoiniwon, Landla Horation Thotnou,
ThomuK S. Thompson, Bessie Roelhl Thomp
son, hiuney nasnniKion inompsoii, uora
Manilla Thonmwiil. Ethel .Thoninson, Dewev
A. Thompson. Kdna Thompson, Satlie Alma
Thompson, Kmeline 8. Denny, tiustavis N.
Hum, wmneid J. Hunt, mi warn r.. Hunt,
Kobert P. Hunt. William Ilx. Hiram Dii.
Roland Dlx, Anna I)avenort and her husband
Davenport, Francis C. Tomlinson, Banih
E. Walton and her husband, Walton, Ltl-
lie J. Holder and her husband, Holder,
Dona J. Tomlinson, Edward K. Bobbins, Julius
L. Bobbins. Klnlov O. Bobbins. Daisy 8. Ill-
gram and her husband Arthur Ingram.
The defendants Kmeline J. Denny and her
huslmud. Denny, Unstavis N. Hunt, Win
held J. Hunt, Edward F. Hunt, Kobert P. Hunt.
nullum Dix, Hi ram llix, Koluud Dlx. and Anna
DavenHrt. hiirtt-ut-lnw, and all others whose
number, names and residences are unknown of
Josiah Blair, deceased, will take notice, that an
action, entitled us uliove, has been instituted
in the Superior Court of said County ior the narti.
Lion of the lauds of the lute Josiah Blair and the
sum hcirs-at'law-defendants aforesaid, will
further hike notice that they urc required to
uilK.ur at the oftice of the suid Clerk of the Court
for said Countv. in tne courthouse in thu town
of Asheboro, N. C, on or before the lmh day of
plaint Hied in suid action, or the pluimillk will
iiliplv to the court for the relief tm irimleniniiri-
This Feb. 7, I'.-oT.
W. C. Hammond, C. 8. C.
Ashebcr.i Wl:ii'!liarni tk .l.imifc-turitis Co.
''in itccie Steel Coiiiputiy.
Notice of Mimni'ii;- mid Wiirrant of Attach
ment The ''ei'ev.lant al,.ie nnini-d ink,, nnlic.
tlicl a MMiiiiuius in the alsive i milled uclion
wi.s is-n-.l .nil! ilel'eihlai.t i n Kith
lav of .lanuary, I'.ii; l,y V. ('. !hui:l,li.lMl, Clerk
pi Hie Superior Curt of Kniidoii ti e. init.v, North
'uroiiiiu. lii. M MiiiiHions i ii I-. iii.ii He Ijefiire
he .lieleiif il , svk rior Cunt i i Ik.' held for
li e C.ii'ity ol l..,e.,.iei at ti ri house in
i N .. ":i ''a n, M.ui !:iv .-.ft.T the lt
M j . 1 1 ) : : v in M:,rcli. for the r-.-i.very of the
.inn in Vi- : i:.:i .Ire., aiel Tweiiiv In'illars due
anl plaiiiii;! i,re lied n.iai.t mi ai-ci.iiiii of
ia i iiai'es i ni'. .-ii 'iv 1,-vneM in' i-iinlraet on
he pail ol' the neieiiil.iiit in lit hium the ship
ncntoia em-liind nf i:i.n i-hiM ii . ertam lime
lithe year pmi
Tlie-ai.l del. Pliant will also tate notice that
arraiii of nuiii iimi iit wa ismii . b tin' sani
'lerk of tin- curt on die Hit ti dav of January,
limr. ntri-.m-l the i riineriv nf Hie sn'iil ,l..f..,,,l,.,,.
for the said sum of Scvcil Hui.dr. d and Twenty
i'olliirs. for the cause iilmve set forth, which
rant of atliichnii ni. is renin. able before
.Indue of the Suncrior Court a. ihi li.ne Mini
place iilxiva nnnieil for the return of the sum.
mons. when and where the suid .!ei'. :uluiit. the
it-Vic Stet-1 ( o.. is reuuireil to nmnir no, I
answer oi demur to the complaint, or the relief
leinaiiii win lie irriliucil.
T his the '.'Stli day of Janimrv, 1H07.
W, C. HAMMOND,
Clerk Superior Court.
Notice in herdliy given that application
will lie niaile to the General Aswh lily of
North Carolina now in session ior a charter
for a railroad extending from Greensboro,
N. C. and running through Randolph,
Davidson Montgomery, Stanley, Richmond,
Anson, or Union County, to the state line of
South Carolina, or for any part of said dis
tance. January "S. 1907.
Notice Is hereby (riven that u bill will DC pre
sented at the present session of the Legislature
authorizing the commissioners of Randolph
county to call an i iectioa upon the question of
iosuing bonds for ienuanciit improvement of
the public rwads of the countv.
C. C. McALIHTER, Pres.
E. H. MORKIK, Sec.
' Randolph Roads Atso.
FOR SALE OR TRADE.
My farm In Back Creek township on the waters
of Back ere. k adjoining the Inuds of Sam Pike,
Cannon, Meiidenhull, Put Henley et al. The
deed calls for 169 acres more or less an.l about 100
acres in wood land, the balance, 69 ucri, in
cultivation and meadows.
The farm is well watered, has S houses on it,
one 6 room house, one 8 room house, barn, com
crib and wagon shed, tool house, extra large
shuck house, one granaiy. Some of the bill Id -ingsnecd
covering. Land runs within a -tune's
throw of Daris'es Chapel and also in t-l of it
mile of Cannon's sidifig. Almost enou.'i cord
wood on place t pay for it. Fine corn i nd
hay land. Would sell for cash, on time, ic will
exchange it for good real estate in liny wide
awake town. Would exchange it for saw tim
ber. My reason for getting rid i.f f inn is that I
can't give the furra my attention' Write or call
and sec me at once if you want it bargain. Your
price is mine. I am ready to sell. Don't think
you cau't do business wiiV me but come and see.
Yours lot business.
1-21 07. VandlemaD, N. C.
Notice is given that Application will be made
to the (ieueral Assembly now in ession to enact
a law authorizing the citizens of Trinity Town
ship to vote on the Isuance of Bonds to ma cad!
ainize the Public Roads of said Township.
This Keb'y 1st 1D07,
T. J. FINCH.
In the Superior Court.
Stnie of North Cam- )
B, F. I.owdermilk, cxtr. of Z. H
Lowdcrmilk. Nora Lowdermilk
aud her husband, B. F. Low
W D. Ingram, V. I). Ingram. Adtur. of Abi
gul Ingram. J. H. Kearns, 1. F. Keurns, L. M.
Keuius, Kiniiia Wuisou aud her husbund, W.
A. Wiitso-i, ,Ir , I. K. Kearns and J. H. Kearns,
Extrs. ofC. K. Kfiirtis, Margaret B. Ixiwder
milk aud her husband W. W. Lowdermilk.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
It apjienring to the satisfaction of the Court,
from uflldavit filed with the Clerk of the Court in
this action, that Margaret h. Lowdermilk and
her husband, W. W. Lowdermilk, defendants lu
this action, are not to be tumid in Randolph
county and cannot be found within the State
after due diligence, and that the said Margaret
B. Lowdcrmilk and her husband. W. W. Lowder
milk are proper parties t- this action; that the
action is brought for the foreclosure ol a mort
gage which was executed by W. I). Ingram and
Abigal Ingram to C. 8. Kearns, and a second
mortgage which was executed by same parties
to .1 H Kearns, that these mortgages haye bee,
duly is-hiul to the plajntill, B. F. Lowdermilk.
hMr. of II. Lowdermilk, said mortgage" cov
criii: mm I co'-veylng certain lunds in Randolph
' v '"eh, atthe timeol the execution of
sue I iiioroMgc..., wore the property of Abigail In-l-iam.
'i.., U--k since died leaving the said Mar
garet .. Lowdermilk one of her heirs at law, and
as such huiruOuw, the said Margaret B. Lowder
milk Is entitled toan interest in said lands, iub
jeet to the said mortgages and that the said W.
W. Lowdetmllk is her husband.
It is therefore ordered, that notice of thia
action be published once a week for four wee kit
in the Asheboro Courier, a iiewiuper published
In Randolph county, setting forth the title o
tho action, the purpose of the same, and re
quiring the said Margaret B. Lowdcrmilk and
her husband. W. W. Lowdermilk to appear at the
court house !n Asheboro atthe next term if the
S'titTiiir Court of Randolph county to be held on
these -oud Monday after the first Monday In
March. 11.07. und answer or demur to the com
plaint of the plaintiff', or the relief therein de
manded wiil be granted.
W. C. HAMMOND,
, , .u (;,'rk superlor IVmrt Randolph Co.
Fills the 6lh pay of Feb. 19 7.