Foiirth, there is an outgoing love. The presence of Jesus meant, and means, a love that goes out to all men, to our critics and enemies. Not merelyloving the lovable, not only seeing what is lovable but, seeking no reward, a love that is •creative enough to make something lovable in all men, a love which changes coldness, bitterness, and cynicism into warmth.and'sweetness and radiance. ^Vhen this condition prevails we may know that Christ is near, since these were the conditions that pre~ • vailed in men when he was with them' physically, "0 Father, grant Triy love divine. To make these mystic temples Thine V/hen v;asting age and weary strife Have sapped the I'eaning walls of life. Vi^hon darlmess gathers over all ' . And the' last tottering pillars fall. Take the poor dust Thy mercy warms. And mould it into heavenly form," •5:- -j;- ORCHIDS TO CIEVELA^ID HILL & EOv'fflR COMPANY I , • • v' Cleveland Mill'& Power Company has gone and done it againll V/hat - liVhy, thoy‘re putting into effect, immediately, if not sooner, a grand-nev; (no' I did'rit sa^ brand- now, I said grand-new) life insurance policy. In previous years, CM&P' ' has carried a policy with the Travelers ‘life Insurance Company of Charlotte, which insui^d- an em ployee for $1000,00 .for 60^ per month with the Company paying a like amoimt. Now the now policy will be food for $1500,00 .?iid at no additional cost to the employee - The Compsny is absorbing the increase in rate. This policy, not only will pay $1500.00 at death to ones beneficiary, but in case of loss of a limb, or eye, it will also pay -vl500.00, and double indemnity or $3000,00 in case of accidental death, on or off the job.' - Now don't you think, 7;e*ro all working for a pretty swell outfit, one that is really looking out for the welfare of their employees - we think so, you betchall * ■i'c "POPULARITY CONTEST AmiOUNCEMENT" Boys, v/e are postponing the announcement of "Miss Lawndale", from November until December - Due to the fact that we arc afraid that the boys overseas have net had time to receive the August issue of the Hoover Rail with the details and pictures of the contest. We have had several letters recently from overseas and they all said they vrcre either just getting their July issues or had not as yet gotten their August num-' ber, so in order to allov/ the boys out of the States ample time to get their votes in, v;e will not announce the winners until Docenbor, So all of you, who still have not voted, scratch up your contest ballot and cast your vote for the girl, you*d like to see win this coveted award, and believe you me, its going to be a close race, so don»t fail to vote This means YOU, and YOU, and YOU, feller1 * •?;- -3;- ^ "If you could pt rolirion like a Methodist, and experience it like a Babtist, and be positive of it like a Disciple, and proud of it like an Episcopalian, and pay for it like a Presbytcrl-.n, and propa/-;ate it like an Adventist, md enjoy it like a Nerro, that would be SOME religion," -j:- •?;- - * On a Negro dressmaker's shingle in New Orleans: SKIRTS THAT STRUT.

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