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Fpday, August 10, 1928.
SEVEN CHANGES MADE
IN THE NEW PONTIAC.
Oaklond Motor Car Company an
nounces seven improvements, design
ed to make the new series Pontiac
Six more powerful, faster and more
flexible of operation.
Major changes include a new car
buretor, new intake manifold, new air
deflector, higher gear ratio, larger
tires, smaller wheels, and smart new
Rev. and Mrs. D. Monroe and chil
dren left Tuesday for Lost River, W.
Va., where they will visit for several
Henry Borst, Jr., Relend McRaney
Bernice Graham and A. G. Edwards,
Jr., are spending several days at
Camp Lonuksi, the Boy Scout camp.
These boys were accompanied to their
vacation camp by C. L. Tyson.
Misses Katherine and Myrtle Mc
Millan are visiting in Raleigh this
Duco colors on the sport landau j week,
Outstanding among the
Matthew; also the 5th chapter of
Mark, .and notice especially the 26th
verse of Mark down to the 34th
verse. This was the Scripture tlie
Spirit used to convince me that De-
vine healing was for us all today. I
had been ignorant of God’s power
and willingness to heal today, as when
He was here on earth. I didn’t know
His word said. It was His Spirit
that would quicken our mortal (not
immortal) bodies. Romans 8:11. The
new im- ' was in town th» past week end.
provements is a one-inch carburetor | Mrs. Mary Denero, Elsie and Annie | fanaticism. I will not accept
of the approved type used on the; Tyner were callers at the home of do, I turn-
Oakland All-American Six. Not only
is it simpler of adjustment and more
accurate than the old type, but in
creased speed, power, acceleration and
fuel economy are achieved by its use
in conjunction with the new manifold
Mrs. R. L. Oldham Thursday evening.
Dr. Hobort 0. Deaton, of Fort
Worth, Texas, was a visitor in town
D. C. McGill returned to Rolesville
Sunday, after having a week^s vaca-
and gear ratio. Connected with the | ^jon at home,
carburetor is a new mushroom type ! ^r. and Mrs. W. B. Graham, Mrs.
air deflector. A. Cameron, Mrs. C. J. Temple and
The intake manifold has been | Barney Jessup spent a day in Char-
changed to accommodate changes in lotte last week.
the carburetor, and the rear axle i N. M. Smith, of Duplin county, was
gear ratio stepped up to 4.3 to 1.; at home last week end.
take time and read the 8tli chapter of j the 9th of September, 1899, I sur
rendered up everything to God and
presented my body a living sacrifice.
I told Him He could heal me or take
me home to Glory, whichever He saw
fit, for I was done using any kind of
medicines or drugs. And glory be to
His Holy Name. He did what drugs
and patent medicines had failed to do.
He healed me! And if I knew how—
or rather if I would always obey the
laws of God; and of health I would
never get sick, but would have De-
vine health, as some have today. It
is a deeper experience than Devine
healing. No one ever heard me say
I am sick. The enemy attacked my
nervous system last winter from be
ing overtaxed with sorrow and cares,
but I refused to trust the arm of
flesh—but like Job, I trusted God.
And Halleluja! He delivered me!
Don’t we sing, “He is able still to de
liver thee?” Then let’s be true. Trust
and know Him to do it. All glory be
to His Holy Name!
MRS. D. P. KELLY.
Vass, Route 1.
, , ,TT-i ^ ^ 1 u- o I first time I ever heard Devine healing
Arnold Wilson, of Columbia, S. C., L i ^ x t u j
: , , . ’ taught that Jesus could and would
heal us without remedies. I said that
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ed God’s Holy word down for man’s
ways and works, but for two long
years I suffered untold suffering all
because I rebelled against the word
of God. Like the prodigal son I came
to myself, and decided I would search
the Scriptures. I began to read the
New Testament through. T was anx
ious to know what the word of God
said about healing. I remember how
the 8th chapter of Matt, struck me
where it said Jesus healed all that
needed healing and not a word about
Having qualified as executor of
Elias Gamer, deceased, late of Moore
County, North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of the said de
ceased to exhibit them to the under
signed on or before the 23rd day of
June, 1928, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery. Aii
persons indebted to said estate wii:
please make immediate payment.
This 9th day of July, 1928.
J. P. GARNER,
July 13, 20, 27, Aug 3, 10, 17.
Kave your Eyes Examined by
Expert. Cost is No More
5th chapter of Mark and 26th verse
I was thoroughly convinced of Christ’s
power and willingness to heal with
out remedies or help except ‘As thy
faith is so be it unto thee.”
I continued to read and study the
New Testament until I got to St.
imum of wear of moving parts, which
means longer life for the car.
Greater beauty and a big car ap
pearance, in line with the cun-ent
vogue, is achieved by the use of larg
er 29 by 5 inch balloon tires and small
er wheels with ten sturdy spokes,
and a larger 7 1-4 inch hub flange.
Marked improvement in every phase • Born, to Mr. and Mrs. George Blue, | j.0jne(jies jn it. When I got to the
of performance is instantly noticeable, on August 2, a daughter,
behind the wheel, with a higher top | Miss Jessie Brooks visited Mrs. J.
speed and an ample reserve power at A. Overton in Sanford the first of
all driving ranges. this week.
With the increase in gear ratio, the W. D. Matthews attended the fu-
rate of piston travel is still consid- neral of his cousin, Roger Martin, in
erably less than that of any other car | East Bend, one day this week.
in the low priced six cylinder field. Mrs. Bertie Matthews, Franklin | James, 5th chapter, beginning at the
Thus Pontiac retains an advantage it Matthews and Miss Eloise Brooks j I3th verse on down. I found the only
has held since its introduction: ' spent Thursday in Sanford. ’remedy God gives us to use when
The Girls’ Circle of Presbyterian ' sick, which is “the prayer of faith.”
church met with Miss Annie McGill ^ I know this is not an up-to-date
last Monday evening. Miss Willie | doctrine by no means, for only a very
Pearl Alexander had charge of the few Christians go by it, but it is
meeting, and an interesting program God’s word—and I love it; and live
on the subject “Indians” was given, it, and wish to tell it at home and
The hostess served delicious fruit abroad—by my voice and my pen—
salad and sandwiches. The next meet- that Jesus heals today the same as
The larger tires result in greater rid- ^vill be with Mrs. Joe Thomas in when He was here on earth, if we will
ing comfort and lessening of tire September. \ to Him in faith. I am not writ- ' H
wear. On Monday evening at 7:30 o’clock ing any man’s theory, but God’s word g
Simultaneous with these mechanical Miss Eunice Thompson entertained a ^nd my own experience. His word
<pTiaiiges is the announcement that the group of her friends at a birthday ■ says ye are my witnesses, Isa. 43:10,
smart sport landau sedan will take party. Many interesting games were again in Psalm 107:2. Let the re
ton new dress. The body will be of played outdoors as well as contests deemed of the Lord say so. I thank
A dark Standish green Duco, with ^ indoors later. In all the fun Ray Grif- the Lord for being His redeemed—
fenders of lighter Virginian green— fin and Vick Keith were outstanding spirit, soul and body—according to
a combination similar to that now characters. Eunice received many; 1st Thess., 5th chapter, 23-24 verses
;Vsed on the Oakland All-American j lovely gifts. Delicious refreshments' and for being His witness. I know
cabriolet. Wheels are in natural wood of peaches, grapes, lemonade and this is not a popular doctrine by no
^nish. cake were served by the hostess, means, for man and his ability is left
* Special sport equipment, consisting Those present were Misses Marjorie; out—it is Jesus alone, for instead of |H
of a trunk rack and six wire wheels Leslie, Elizabeth Keith, Evelyn Clay- ^ the word of God telling us to send ! ||
with tires, also is available for the ton, Melba Cameron, Pauline Thomp- the doctor if we get sick. The . g
first time on a low priced six. Spr.rcr | son, Anna and Emily Laubscher,; word tells us to call for the Elders H
are mounted in front fender weels on ■ Bessie Evans, Bessie and Helen ; of the church—God’s truly anointed g
either side of the car, while non-cor- Klingingschmidt, A. G. Edwards, Jr., People—and let them pray over us. g
Tosive chrome plated rims add a bril-'Joseph Matthew's, Vick Keith, Rus- Anointing us with oil in the name of §
liant touch of color to the swanky ' sell Thompson, Ray Griffin and i the Lord, and the prayer of faith shall • g
I HAVE SEVERAL FARMERS WHO
want to buy a small farm in Moore
County. Let me know what you
have. I think I can sell it for you
E. J. Tillman, Vass, N. C.
M. L. MATTHEWS, IM.
Practice limited to the eye, ear. no*
md the throat.
Office in Masonic Building, Sanforr
X. C. Phone 117; Residence, 274.
Hours from 9 a. m., to 12 lil., anr
I -30 to .S -^0 p. m. and by appointment
DR. J. C. AiajMN, Eyesight Specia^
ist aud Optician will be at Chear?^
Jewelry Store, Sanford, N. C., ever?
Wednesday in each week. Headach-
relieved when caused by Eyestrain
Office equipped with the latest cxam^
ining instrumenta. When he fits you
with glasses you have the satisfac
tion of kiiowrng that they are correct
Weak eyes of children should receive
expert attention; tak« your child to
him. Remember that he is in Sanford
Every Wednesday from 10 A. M. to
S P« M.
The Carolina Theatres
Pinehurst and Southern Pines
The Popular Screen Hero,
In his new baseball classic
Also a “Great Stars and Authors” two-part special,
“Walls Have Ears,” a Koko Cartoon, a Color Classic and
the newest News.
Friday, August lOtli.
At Southern Pines
Saturday, Au^st 11th.
The incomparable screen artiste,
WITH HIS STRIPES WE ARE
model. New and distinctive bumpers Franklin Matthews.
also are available.
In view of the bettered perform
ance and new beauty effected by these
changes, it was felt in automotive
circles here that the Pontiac Six
would take on an added spurt in the
record setting pace it has consistent
ly maintained since its introduction.
Vass and Community
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raise us up—and the only works we g
are called on to do is to confess our H
faults (sins) one to another and to S
pray one for another—that ye may i g
be healed—James 5:16. : g
I wish to take this opportunity to | g
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“THE MYSTERIOUS LADY”
With Conrad Nagel.
Also a Metro All-Star Comedy, an Aesops Fables, the
Pathe Review and the newest News.
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Gunter, Marga
ret and T. K. Jr., were in Moncure I
on Sunday. |
Mrs. Jane Keith, of Cameron Route,
spent Monday with Mrs. Floyd Keith.
Robt. Leslie, of Rockingham, was
at home last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cox and daughter,
Winona, went to Sanford Wednesday.
Miss Jessie Brooks has returned
from Durham, where she attended
the Batts-Holloway wedding.
Misses Pauline Bryant, Ruth Car
rington, and Clovine Long, of Dur
ham, visited Misses Bessie and Mil
dred Gunter Sunday.
T. J. Brooks and Miss Mae Gunter, i J®*'"’
of Sanford, were visitors in town
If my readers remember, I prom
ised them in the beginning of these
articles that I would stick to the word physician for nearly
of God. I also promised my Heaven
ly Father years ago that I would not
shun to declare the “whole counsel of j
God” as it was revealed to me. That i l\
is why I have chosen the subject of | g
“Devine Healing^’ this week. Jesus I n
said “Let your light so shine before
men that they may see your good
works; and glorify your Father which
is in Heaven.”—Matt. 5:16. In the
first place we wish to explain what
“good works” mean here. So many
good people have brought this sub
ject of “good works” to me to prove
that WE must Do something when
we get sick; because the Bible says
“Faith without works are dead,”
which is Scriptural and true, but let^s
see what kind of works God wants
us to do.
We read in the 6th chapter and 28th
Monday, August 13th.
At Southern Pines
Tuesday, August 14th.
“W hen It’s Hot It’s Cool in The Carolina,’^
On I imntxtmstimmtnua:
Richard Griffin, of Hamlet, spent
Sunday with home folks.
Miss Annie McGill is visiting her
friend. Miss Montie Muse, in Carth
age, this week.
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we might work the works of God?
Jesus answered them: “This is the
work of God, that ye believe on Him
whom He hath sent.” So faith cometh
by hearing and hearing by the word
of (Jod. Romans 10:17.
That is why we should take heed to
what we hear, especially what the
Spirit saith to us—either by His
word, or His voice which He speaks
to our inner ear. We want to re
quest our readers—especially those
who are sick and need healing—to
search the Scriptures and find out
what Jesus taught us to do. Remem
ber His word is for us today, for He
is the same yesterday, today and for
ever. Hebrews 13:8.
When He was here on earth in per
son He healed all that had need of
healing. I wish each reader would
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