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cnAY, AUGUST 7, 1941
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
fame Teaches Consistent Christian
BIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
M toe above topic for
toe Epistle of James,
and undefiled be-
rT. Vher U this.
If.hefatherless and widows
Isitrh;! and to keep
ott were to take one single
I0U were . fi
IS lX you could do
P"5". fU. the book of
tfhit are aU the necessary
w h pood life.
hints Mtetb author's
Many think this James
uty. j t.u and eer
ie worn" v: v.rv
it li mat iu "'"""o
kaf of Jesus, it
L. imt in little dlf-
L'i7 u thought the
riwTwritten earlier than
P. i! x.,.t or the Acts.
5V. and Possibly
li directea w v"
. which are cattered
U meaning -w
a tk. nnlflM. St.
1 ys in the beginning of
frd when he U assailed by
fpUUon, for temptation tries
faith, which works for pa
L, we miKht say that by
Kng temptation he gains
tit We Lack Wisdom
Lwe troubled as to our prob-
tt Do we lacK wiBoom i c
i God for help, having faith
He will show us wie ri.
very good gift and every per-
rift is from aoove, aim -Lm
th Father of Lights,
I whom there Is no varlabre
L ..k. .hanur of tumlnev
it it a verse to memorize ana
tit when your hearts are trou-
h I. It tint?
Let every man be swui to
t; IIOW lo spear., own
ih swift 'to hear, alert, but
L to speak for fear he say the
big thin? in anger, wnen u ne
lected a moment n wouio. Keep
Listen attentively to those who
Lm instruct vou. lead earnestly
be good book, but "be ye doers
Ithe word, ana no-, nearers omy,
I . far if &nv be ft hearer or xne
Int and nnt ft doer, "he is like a
In (or woman) vho looks in the
feor. but when he walks away,
rnnnt remember wnai ne
Iked like. "
'If any man among you seem to
religious, and briUieth not nis
trot, but decelveth his own
krt, this man's religion is vain."
R "pure rfi'.gion ana unaemea
appears likely that the domes-
carryover of American cotton
e end of the current season
total about 12,300,000 bales,
rts the U. S. Bureau of Agri-
before CiaA thav ITathoi. Is v.i. t
I-.... M UIW,
visit the fatherless and widows in
uieir auucuon, ana to Keep him
self unspotted from the world."
Good deeds and self-control
show the faith that Is In us much
more than perfect church attend
ance ana unennsuan conduct all
the rest of the week.
Next St. James attacks the per
son who bows down obsequiously
. 1 . I 1- I . . . . .
utivrc uie ncn man, uut sugnis
the poor. Rich men are not nec
essarily evil, of course. They may
be as good as those who are poor.
But they should not be given un
due nrivileires merelv havniisp thev
are wealthy. And James reminds
ms readers tnat there are rich
men who oppress and cheat the
"If ye fulfil the royal law ac-
shalt love thy neighbor as thy
self, ye do well."
Sympathy Not Enough
A train it ia nnf vnnncrVi trt Ka
sympathetic to those poorer than
yourselves, muse who are in wani.
To say to those in need, "Depart
In peace, be ye warmed and filled,"'
wimoui giving mem tne uungs
that they need will not profit us.
"Even so. faith. If it hath not
works, Is dead."
Abraham had faith, he reminds
us, but when the time came, he
was willing even to sacrifice his
own Bon. to show that "faith
wrought with his Works."
In chapter three he speaks of
the power of the tongue for evil.
He reminds us that we put bits
Into horses' mouths and guide
these large beasts by the small bit.
Great ships, too, are guided and
turned by a small helm. The tongue
Is a little bit of the body, yet
what trouble it can make for us!
Every kind of beast has been
tamed by man, but his own
tongue, few men can tame.
"Out of the same mouth pro
ceeded blessing and cursing My
brethren, these things ought not
so to be." "Who is a wise man and
endued with knowledge among
you? let him shew out of a good
conversation his works with
meekness of wisdom."
"Bitter envying and strife In
your hearts" are the cause of
wars, says James. "Ye kill, and
desire to have, and cannot ob
tain; ye fight and war, yet ye
have not, because ye ask not."
Isn't that true? "For where
envying and strife Is, there Is con
fusion and every evil work.
"But the wisdom that Is from
above Is first pure, then peaceful,
gentle and easy to be intreated,
full of mercy and good fruits,
without partiality, and without
"And the fruit of righteousness
Is sown to" peace of them that
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fhey Meet Again'
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Robbers Of the
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(Continued from page 2)
will have to be rationed. In Europe
they do it by requiring them to
have cards in order to buy stuff.
Leon's scheme is, rather, to limit
supplies of raw materials, so that
retailers simply wont nave tne
roods that customers ask
for. Yes, but if that happens, the
customers will compete with one
another, thus hiking prices ana
then we haveinflation.
The only possible remedy for
that, it's argued, is to take so much
of the customers' money away
from them that they won't have
enough left to compete excessively.
Do it how? Why, by taxing them
like sixty. Generally speaking, the
.msnt collects taxes for re-
enue. Leon, however, cares less
about revenue than he does about
preventing a fury of civilian-buy-
ing compeuLi"" j
Local School Band
Will Close Season
With Five Concerts
ilia tnwnshiD bands i
ine naiiiw"" , I
,4 .hoarsals on Monday
r followine a two weeks
! r,nratnrv to eivinir five
VaulLiuii, j.,- . . . . I
concerts during the remainder of
the month. ; . . ,.,.1 ,
high school and the junior bands
will give a joint concert at the
On Saturday night at 7 o'clock they
will give a concert on the steps of
On Monday night the local banda
... alio annual Duke Day
win piny iui ' , i
held at Lake Junaluska Assembly
nVriday night, the 15th, an all
4 of the Can-
couniy diw . , I
1-a w.vtiMville bands will i
ion nu , j
.r Bt the court house. I
K1TC - '
The same group
cert in Canton on Sunday the 17tn.
STERLING SILVER NOT PURE
If sterling silver were actually
.. T 1 i wnnln be too
pure silver mew, --.
Lft to, crdlnT
silver ana irt - -
hardening purposes t.11
chiefly copper. So it is not correct
toakofsterling silverware as
- n Mr,v silver.
lartomg mmi mmi, 8:0
In the Windows of Garrett Furniture Store
JVlaster Of Hypnotism
Who will attempt to hypnotize several beautiful young
ladies in our store. If sucsessful, one will be placed in the
show window on a Kingsdown Mattress in full view of the
Many Demonstrations In Different States Of Hypnosis
BE AT OUR STORE FRIDAY NIGHT, 8 P. M.
No Obligations To Buy Anything Show Is Free
A Beautiful $39.50
. Ijr --m . Itmm i III in m Ik
Will Be Given Away
AT OUR STORE NOW. f -
Be Here Friday Night At 8 r. ri. x
... . . m f II rl ITAUA IAI
ou don't need anyone to tell you ..
Be Here Friday At 8 P. M.
"solid silver "
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