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LESSON FOR JULY 19
LESSON TEXT Mark 10:42.
GOLDEN TEXT "Then the eyes of the
blind shall be opened, and the eara of the
deaf shall be unstopped. Then shall the
lame man leap as an hart, and the
tongue of the dumb shall sing; for In the
wilderness shall waters break out, and
streams in the desert." Isa. 33:5, 8.
On our Lord's Journey "towards Je
rusalem," the place of sacrifice, a
place of power was sought by his dis
ciples, Mark 10:37. This lesson is an
Illustration given to those who accom
panied Jesus how they too may reach
a place of power, viz., through service
Matthew 20:30-84 tells us that there
were two who made the appeal, but
Mark seems to have thought that Bar
timaeus was worthy of special men
tion. The healing mentioned by Luke
18:35 suggests that in that case It
occurred as Jesus was entering and
not leaving Jerlcbo. Mark is telling of
one man, Luke of another.
I. Bartlmaeua Begging, vv 46-48,
The passing throng rebuked the beg
gar. Very likely the disciples Joined
In this rebuke. This certainly shows
the fact that none of them fully com
prehended the Lord's teaching as sug
gested In Mark 10:45. Bartimaeus' is
an Illustration of man by nature. His
home, Jericho, was the city under "a
curse' (Josh i6:17), and Is a type of
this world cursed by sin. He was
blind, see II Cor. 4:4; Rev. 3:17. His
rags suggest Isa. 64:6 and Phil. 3:9.
If the rebuke was mainly by the dis
ciples It was that they might save the
master during these strange days.
Great and marvelous were the works
and teachings he was performing, but
these were the thines that called forth
such a wayside service. It was a glad
message to Bartlmaeua, "Jesus of Na
zareth passeth by." There was no
one else who could help him. Some
one had told him of the power of
Jesus. Now his opportunity Is at hand,
he must not miss It. Jesus never
passed that way again. Bartlmaeus
began by crying out, Rom. 10:13; he
called while Christ was sear enough,
to hear, Isa. 55:6. His cry was that
of conscious need, it was direct, it
was insistent He called Jesus "Son
of David" e. g., the Messiah, although
the people had said "Jesus of Naza
reth," see Matt. 9:27; 15:21, 22. His
cry for "mercy" is rebuked. Many to
day are so stiff and formal as to frown
upon any religious enthusiasm or ear
nestness. It was not beneath the dig
nity of Jesus to be disturbed by a
blind beggar. Though poor in purse
Bartlmaeus was rich in faith for he
answered those who rebuked him by
crying "the more a great deal." He
would not be put off.
"Come to Jesus."
II. Bartlmaeus Blessed, w. 49-52.
His command "call ye him" is indica
tive of the conscious power of Christ
Notice his great interest as suggested
by the words, "Jesus stood still." Re
member his important mission to Je
rusalem and the leaders of -the people
who occupied his time; yet he does not
compel Bartlmaeus to follow after, nor
to overtake him ere his prayer is an
swered, see Matt. 11:28. This was
good news for the disciples to pro
claim, Matt 28:19,20. There was no
indecision on the part of Bartlmaeus.
Casting his garment aside he sprang
up, came and cast himself at the feet
of Jesus. Although Jesus possessed
all power still its manifestation was
confined to the desire of the beggar.
The Teaching: First, the readiness
of God's mercy. Jesus had been reject
ed by rulers and councils and is mov
ing "steadfastly" toward the consum
mation of his earthly career. That
Journey led him through Jericho, per
haps that he might meet Bartlmaeus.
At Jerusalem he is to pronounce sen
tence upon the rebellion of his people.
Nevertheless when one of that same
people called him by the title that
suggested hta Messiahshlp. "Son of
David," he Immediately turned aside
In response thereto, Heb. 3:2. God
never destroys the righteous with the
wicked or the repentant with the re
bellious. Hla ear is ever open to the
Second. The failure of men to ap
prehend this fact There are many to
day as eocceseors of those who re
buked Bartlmaeus. Some who hold
him In reverence and yet fail to ap
prehend adequately that he came to
'seek and to save the lost" There is
no consideration of policy of of expe
diency, no Question of method, nor the
Importance of rank, .that cau stand in
the way of opening'bllnd eyes, and an
swering the cry of the beggar.
Third. The nature of saving faith.
The answer of relief from the Lord
comes in response to the profound con
viction of personal need. "He came
Hot to call the righteous but sinners to
repentance." There is nothing In that
call to make any definite appeal to
tho righteous. A blind man, through
someone's testimony bears- that he is
near and cries out to him from the
depths of his need. But there must be
also a recognition of power. Bartl
maeus had no assurance until he had
made bis appeal; he took a chance. as
It were. He was not assured until
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THE A. & M. COLLEGE
The Agricultral and Mechanical
College, in its growth, development,
and social usefulness has been almost
a revelation to our State. It is just
twenty-five years old this year. It
is therefore by a good many years the
youngest of our Colleges for men. it
represents a new type of education.
Yet in the face of many difficulties, it
has made for itself a most striking
record. Its faculty now numbers
sixty specialists in industrial educa
tion who were educated in the best
universities of America. Its enroll
ment of students, counting all courses,
is 738. Its buildings number 26. Its
equipment is modern and practical.
Its graduates are most successful. Its
catalouge furnishes an interesting
story of activity in the industrial life
of our State.
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This State Industrial College of
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Horticulrtuife, Stock-raising,! Dairy
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in Civil, Electrical and ; Mechanic 1
Engineering; in Chemistry and Dye
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in Agricultural teaching. Four year
courses. Two and three year Courser
in Agriculture and in Machine Six l
work. Faculty cf 61 men;; 738 stu
dents; 25 buildings; excellent equip
ment and laboratories few each de
partment. On ! July 9th County Su
perintendents conduct entrance ex
amination? at each county seat.
For catalogue write
E. B. OWEN, Registrar,
West Raleigh, N. C.
THE NORTH CAROLINA
State Normal and
Maintained by the State for the wo
men of North Carolina. Five reg
ular Courses leading to degrees.
Sjpecial Courses for teachers. Free
tuition to thoge who agree to be
come teacliers in the State. Fall Ses-
sdon begins September 16th, 1914.
For catalogue and ether informa
JULIUS I. FOUST, President,
Greensboro. N. C.
DR. JOHN SWAI3I
Office over First National
Asheboro, N. C.
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General practice. Special at
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inal practice and collections.
NOTICE OF LAND SALE UNDER
Under and by virtue of the powers
vested in the undersigned by that cer
tain mortgage deed executed by J. R.
Winslow and wife to Mrs. K. J. Mc
Dowell on the 18th day of May, 1912,
recorded in the office of the Register
of Deeds of Randolph County in Book
149, page 170 et seq., I will sell at
public auction for cash at the court
house door in Asheboro, N. C, on,
Saturday, the 8th day of August. 1914.
at 12 o'clock, M., the following lands
situate ir ISew Karket township.
Randolph county,. North Carolina,
bounded as follows, to-wit:
lract Iso. 1. Beginning at a statce
near barn, thence N 62 deg. East 28
poles to post oak, thence N 87 Yi deg.
east 22 poles to a stake, thence S hS
deg. east 14 poles to stake thence N
80 i deg. east 41 poles to white oak
near road in original line, thence N on
said line C" poles to black oak, origi
nal corner, thence west on Newlin's
line 82 poles to stake in said line,
thence S 12 deg. west 85 poles to be
ginning corner, containing 41 acres
more or less.
Tract No. 2. Beginning at a stake,
thence N 62 deg east 38 poles to a post
oak, thence N 87 ai deg. east 22 polee
to stone, thence south 08 deg east 1,4
poles to stone, thence north 80 deg.
east 41 poles to white oak neon jnad,
thence S to oak. original ct?kr,
thence west 117 poles to a sfftie,
thence 30 poles to the beginning, con
taining 25 acres, more or less.
This sale is made under the cower
contained in sc.id mortgage empower
ing me unaersignea to make sale of
said lands in the event of default be
ing made in the payment of the indebt
edness thereby secured; said default
having been made this sale is accord
ingly made under the said power.
This July 2, 1914.
mrs. k. j. Mcdowell,
HAVING QUALIFIED as Executor
on the estate of D. H. Miller, deceas
ed, before W. C. HAMMOND, Clerk
of t'ie Superior Court of Randolph
County. I shall sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash, on the
premises on 2nd day of August, 1914,
one horse, two buggies, two wagons,
one set one horse wagon harness one
set of buggy harness a lot of farming
tools, a lot of household and kitchen
furniture and other articles too tedi
ous to mention.
All persons having claims aeainst
said estate are notified to present
them to the the undersigned, duly ver
ified, or or before the 18th day of
July, 1915 or this notice will be plead
ed in bar of their recovery; and all
persons owing said estate will . come
forward and make immediate settlement.
This 1th day of July 1914,
T. L. MILLER.
Pipe, N. C.
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Sold and tuaruiiteed bv J;n us
Having qualified as Adn w C.T.A.
estate of Bertla-J. Hancrck de
ceased, befoiiR W. C. Hin'.i MLund,
Clerk of tho Superior Ci mt of
Iiandolph couity. nil person ivinig
claims against said ateU n. no
tified to presciit tlit-m to t: i undersigned-
duly vttilied, , i ' be
fore the H7th day ot I.Iiwp, 1 015.
or this noliuo Kill be plead, I in bar
of their rect veiy; and nJ' i. reons
owing said tftcte will cti;. for
ward and make imimedinu: ettle-merot.
This 20th da; of June, lfit
R. W. HANCOCK. '.-1 nr.
Sengiue, N C . It. F. D.
Political Announctinfo ;:
Having quaJifiefd as Admr. C. T.
A., 'on the estate of Jtfmes Jordan,
deceased, before ' W. C. Haimmond.
Clerk of the Superior Cmirt of
Randolph county, all persons! having
claims against said estate are (.no
tified to present them to the un
dersigned.duly verlfied-.on or beforje
the 27th day of June, 1915, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery; and fall ' persons
owing said eftate will come forward
and make Immediate settlement.
This 20th day of June, 1914.
WINCY C. JORDAN.
Admr, C T. C.
HAVING QUALIFIED as Admin
istrator on the estate of Solomon Wil
liams, deceased, before W. C. Ham
mond, Clerk of the Superior Court of
All persons having claims against
said estate are notified to present
them to the undersigned, duly verified,
on or before the 11th day of July, 1915.
or this notice will be pleaded in bar cf
recovery; and all persons owing said
estate will come forward and make
This 7th tlav of July, 1914.
D. W. McCORN, Admr.,
Seagrove, N. C. R. F. D. No. 1.
The planting of Seed Potatoes
in June end July Is increasing to
awonderful extent A great
many farmers claim that they
give better crops planted at this
time than they do when planted
in the spring. Potatoes planted
in June and July mature in the
cool weather of the fall, at a time
when they can be harvested to
The Seed Potatoes we offer
are put in cold storage early in
the season, so as to keep in nrst
class, vigorous condition.
"Wood's Crop Special
giving prices and full information about
Lata Seed Potatoes and all other Season
able Seeds, mailed free on request.
T. W. WOOD O SONS.
Seedsmen, Richmond, Va.
For Kegister of DewU.
To the voters ( f Randolph rounty
; hereby announce rnyuif as a
candidate foi the office of Regis
ter of Def'ils, subject to t!'v : .-m
ciatic piimar es tf Ran !o!iil, coun
ty. , E. O. ORK
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a candidate fr- the nAVe yt .('' of
jt'vj !?uieri'r C'crx of Rn xlo't i
jty, subject to tho rWiion .'f .
looratic pi-h-ii' r;. i Augi!.-t t- it
noiniiiate.i , vted. I pr.-, tins to
devote ni; 1" t!' Vi. e and
Having qualified as administrator
of the estate of Arthur Miller, da
ceased, before V. C. Hammond, Clerk
of the Superior court of Randolph
county, this is to notify all persons
holding claims against the said es
tate to present them to the undersign
ed duly verified, on or before the 1st
day of August, 1915, or this notice
will be pleaded in bar of their re
covery All persons indebted to the estate
are expected to make immediate pay
ment and settlement.
This the 7th day of July, 1914.
Gertrude R. Hill,
Administrator of Arthur Millet,
Having quallillfd as administra
tor en the estate of EnnSee L. jFo
deceased, before W. C. Hammond,
Cleric of tl Superior Court of Ran
: lolph county, 1 shrill sell at public
j uiotV in to the biffhtet blfltter . fbr
loath, on the premises, onjthe lltb,
lay of July, 1914, 1 cow. chickens,
I liousehcdd and kitchen furniture aia
ther articles too te!ious to men
tion. ' I' '
All persons having riaJni agafngt
said estate are nitiified to Ipr.eaeni
!hem to the undersigned, dTiily! verl
ied, on or beft.re the,13th day of
.June. 1915. orj this, notice 11 be
leaded In bar of tlieJn recover.:
la'id all persons owing saa e$tai
. ' ill come forward and make inn
Thle 8th day of June, 1914..
C. . FQPC
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