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The courier. (Asheboro, N.C.) 1906-1937, May 28, 1914, Image 3

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mows ONLY J 1 A The greatest advance in PURE W . if MPf The greatest advance in PURE GOODNESS ever made in smoking tobacco. Stag isn't just a little better. It's a revelation. You can't smoke half a pipeful without reali iny una. i ry n ana see. Convenient Packages. The Handy Half-Size 5-Cent Tin' the Full-Size 'O-Cent Tin, the Ponnd and Half-Pound Tin Humidors od the Pound Glass Humidor. ipa end Cigarette EVER-L ASTI N6LY GOOD 4V ... , ratives Wanted ! Fcr New and Ikid Cotton Factory at DANViLLE, VIRGINIA The Riverside & Dan River Cotton Mills, Inc., are starting up the latest and largest addition to their great plant the most mod ern and complete Mill in America today. Spinners, Doffers, Speeder Hands, Spoolers and Weavers can find here an attractive opening for profitable employment. Further information furnish ed on application. Address Geo. W. Robertson, Supt. Dan River Cotton Mills, Danville, Virginia Profitable Side Dressing The use of side dressing is increasing on COTTON and CORN It pays to do it, if one uses the rigut goods. Two annKratinn. nf OM nmiiiti tk - lre recommended by a well-known Southern investigator and experimenter. He sufjeesu a S-5-S formula, or a mixture of equal parw of Acid Phosphate, Kainit and Nitrate of Soda. ICS HfcjQ Pi KAIMIT Side dress cotton when the plants are 10 inches high and again when the bloom begins to open. Where cotton is inclined to rust, use Minn, making two applications of 200 pounds each ner irn. Th! alut (?.,..: . i: 5 . ,-- - -- -. agaiu.i ium me ana cm worms on corn, if applied early enough. It will pay you to try it, for FoUsh Pays. Order Kainit now before the supply is exhausted. We sell Kainit and Potash Salts, any quantity from one 200-lb. bag up. GERMAN KALI WORKS. Inc. HEW ORLEANS. LA. ATLANTA. CA. SAVANNAH. CA, Bsef and Milk A-plenty lurposet; for beef po- Ctrrta m fcent lor two oi dllctionud for milk nroducfion. To da dthr riM they smut tokealthy. There is sothing better ta fcatp diem la continued good health, or to rake Sua veil quiddf when lick, than a few dose ot STOCK MEDICINE tttn Bp Km UYMwl)rtTs tlMM jpeisoas tvray. Aar time atn ef tay cat tle act aartnlat wrens with wm I give ttwm a lew dose of BllDlt STOCK MEDICINE. Toer aooa cet weO. JohftS. Carroll. Mootfaead. MlM. BSC, BOc aad f a. pa CM. WE ARE ABLE And willing to do everything for our customers that a good bank ought to do. Why don't you open an account with us? With a record of seven years of successful business and re sources of more than two hundred thousand dollars, we solicit your business. Call to see us. BANK OF RAMSEUR Hurcules Stump Puller For sale. Practically new, at a bargain. Write or call to see us. McCrary-Redding Hardware Co. Asheboro, N. Carolina lam looking for WORK!! I am a Soap-Maker. I am a Scrubber. I am a Cleaner. I am a Dirt Eater. I am a Disinfectant. I will wash clothes whiter and with less rubbing. It's the RUB that ruins. I am 'from Missouri' and will show you for five cents. I am Red Devil Lye 5c FOR GREAT BIG CANS. Half the usual price. SAVE MY LABELS. FOR YOUR DEN Beautiful College Pennants Yale and Harvard, each 9 in. x 24 in Princeton, Cornell, Michigan F.h 7 in v 91 in All best quality felt with felt head ecuted in proper colors. This splendid asortment sent postpaid for 50 cents ana o corns to pay postage, sena now. HOWARD SPECIALTY COMPANY Dayton, Ohio Special Hosiery Oder Guaranteed Wetar-Ever Hosiery top Men and Women. Ladies' Special Offer. For Limited Time Only Six pair of our finest 35c. value ladles' guaranteed hose in black or tan colors with written 'guarantee?, per $1.00 and 5 stamps for post- SPECIAL OFFER FOR MEX For a Wnilted time only, six Dalrs of our finest 35r valun flnar- anteed Hose wUh written guarantee and afpair of our well-known Men a aua a siemps lor ponage. You know these hoee; they stood the test when fill others failed They fiave no seams to r'p. Tbey never become loofe and buggy as t(he shape is kni in. not Dressed tn. They are Guaranteed for fine ness,, for &tt for superiority of rratAriJM nnrl wnrkmannhin. ahanlnra by stajftileEq end to weari six monUis without hores., or a ew pair tree. Don't delay, sepd in your or der before offer expires. Give cor rect size. WEAR-EVER HOSIERY COMPAQ uaytoti, uiuo. PREMIER "Non-Puncture Auto" Tires Guaranteed 7,510 Miles Service These tires bear the createst known mi m a (Ta cniortintAA vat- ar-n evIH at a price even less than tires or ordinary guarantee. This, guarantee, covers punctures, blow-outs and and general wear. Guarantee covers 7.500 miles service aeainst evervthinsr ewent abuse. These tires are intended for most severe service. Orders have been received for these tires tor us in United States Gove" As a SPECIAT, TNTROnTTPTOWV Oiler. We Will allow thl fnllnwincr prices ior ine next ten aayo, TIRES TUBES Tire Tube 28x3 $ 9.20 $ 2.00 30x3 10.25 2.30 30x3 13.50 2.80 32x3 14.05 3.00 34x3 15.25 3.20 31x4 17.00 3.25 32x4 18.00 3.30 33x4 19.50 3.40 34x4 20.40 3.60 35x4 21.00 3.80 36x4 22.00 3.90 35x4 26.00 5.00 36x4 27.00 5.10 37x4 27.50 5.15 37x5 32.60 5.40 Non-Skids 9ft n cent extra. 5 per cent discount if pay- mpnt. in full accnmnQninn am!.. n j : two are so ordered, shipping: charges win ue paiu Dy us. u. u. L. on 15 ner cent nf nmminf nt nntn. output is limited, so we suggest early uruenng. rve sen direct only, giving (jurtaaser ine advantage oi ail mid dlemen's profits. STRONGTREAD RUBBER CO. Dayton, Ohio a : '-- ' M.I. J -LI ..L.1L. , " ' Of (&?'&&UIi&(&ft Black-Tan-White 1A I ""w;n . . , t. ' ; - ,; ... . , i i The F. F. Dalley Co, ltd, Buffalo. N. Hamilton. Ont. StlNDiYSfflOOI Lesson (By O. B. SELLERS, Director of Even ing Department The Moody Bible Insti tute of Chicago.) LESSON FOR MAY 31 THE GRATEFUL SAMARITAN. LESSON TEXT Luke 17:11-19. GOLDEN TXT "Were there none found that returned to give glory to God ave this stranger?" Luke 17:18. Jesus and his party are on their last Journey to Jerusalem, a most eventful Journey. It led him between Samaria and Galilee (v. 11, marg.) and Into, or through, an unknown, un named village. To us this is the most heroloand momentous moment in his tory. Jesus knew that his hour was at hand. He knew all that awaited him in Jerusalem, yet he "set his face1 as a flint" and nothing could turn him! from his purpose, his crowning work, j Jesus, however, was never too busy or In too great haste to do a deed of compassionate mercy. The Type of Sin. I. A Great Need, vv. 11-14. We are familiar with the awfulness of IeDroar and that it is a type of sin. Like sin,' 1 -prosy begins within, Is insidious In, Its progress; It defies, shuts men out: of the society of the clean. It renders Its victims helpless and hopeless, has no remedy and receives no help from men; In consumes and finally kills. This was a terrible spectacle that greeted Jesus' eyes as be entered the village, for these lepers were com pelled to live on the outside. Notice (v. 12) that they stood "afar off" (Eph. 2:13), Indeed, so far off that they were compelled to "lift their voices" in order to make known their request, although it may have been that the disease had reached their vocal organs. The Mosaic law com? pelled the leper thus to stand afar off, Lev. 13:45, 46. Their salutation waa the cry of the needy made to one In authority. The word "Master" here used Is not that which usually means teacher, but rather one that would b.e applled to one In authority, an ap pointee or a commander. They must have either recognized his power or, having heard of his miracles they ap pealed to him to exercise a like power on their behalf. There was no other who could possibly give them relief, even so the sinners' only hope is to meet Jesus. He, and he alone, can cleanse them from their uncleanneM and wretchedness. Jesus never passed that way again, this was thel only opportunity. Their need drove them to him. Ofttlmes our dlstrtj, and need are blessings in disguise in that they drive us to Jesus. Though afar off, and though only one drew nigh (v. 16), yet it was the privilege of them all, as it is also our privilege ta "draw nigh," Eph. 2:13. Their cry did not fall upon deaf ears flaa. KB: 11 Jt was briefuj $o the notat, peU tlon. They knew what they needed and drove straight to the point Their ap peal to his mercy met with immediate response, so also will the cry of the needy sinner meet with a like re sponse (Rom. 10:13). The record doe not tell us about the Faith oi tEea men and it is useless for us to spec ulate. The cry of faith will have 1U answer. Matt. 9:29. Their prayer waa brief, it must have been humble, be lieving, earnest and specific, for when "he saw them" (v. 14) be gave direc tions as to the manner whereby they might be cleansed. He could have spoken or have touched them, but his way at that time was to utter a command. This resulted in (a) a ful filling of the law, (b) a test for their faith, (c) a testimony to the priests? iney snowed their genuine earnest, ness by immediate obedience. th took him at his word. The record lat wonderfully suggestive. "a thv they were cleansed." Faith and work obedience and results. When we act upon his simple yet sublime word we, too, will receive a blessed answer to our every need. As we look to him our great high priest, as we take our eyes off of self, we shall ho riun. John 14:21,23. . Bore Witness Before Men. II. A Grateful Heart, vv. 15.10. Tha revelation of cleansing brought differ ent results to these lepers. "One of them" came back at once to express his gratitude. Before he could . ly speak his petition, now he cries with a "loud voice." This Is a sugges tion as to the completeness of hla cure. He at once uses his restored voice to "glorify God," and it looks as though he bore this witness testified to men: (a) bain hooi seems also to have opened his eyes as to the character of Jesus. Ha nn only returned thanks, but "worshiped him." Nor does Jesus refuse to ac cept such worship an erldenoa f hi. deity, see Acts 15:25.26; John 5:23 ana Hen. i:6. , The nine were too occunimi tn m. Jolcing with their friends, too busyi witn ruinning duties from which they had long been separated, to express their thasaks. It is significant that this one was a Samaritan "a stran-j ger." This is the one whom 1.. would be expected, yet Luke nvMi: other good things about the Samart-I tan, ch. 10:33-35. ii.uVb k, companion flf Paul, shows ua nnt nnil in his gospel, but in his life of Paul' Lnrlst s outreachlngs towards the Oen- tiles.) The Jews have with the Samaritans (John 4:9), bu,tj nuaHfctt companions.

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