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EB mo. sELLERs, Director of Eve
ning Department The Moody Bible I1
stitute of Chicago.)
LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 2.
THE FLOOD.
LESSON TEXT-Genesis 6:9-2Z 7:11-.1
GOLDEN TEXT-*"The wages of sin Is
death, but the free gift of God Is eternal
life in Christ Jesus our Lord-" PoLM. 60
. V.
-The first great fact recorded in the
book of Genesis Is that of Creation.
which may be divided into several les
. facts. The second great fact Is
t of the Fall, which began with the
temptation and ended with the exclu
sion from Paradise. In this lesson we
come to the third great fact, the
Flood, the account of which embraces
the fifth to the ninth chapters. Chap
ter five gives us Noah's genealogY;
six, the history of the building of the
ark; seven, the occupancy of the ark;
eight, Noah's departure from the ark.
and nine, God's covenant with Noah.
In this lesson sin flourishes like the
proverbial green bay tree. "Every
Imagination of the thoughts of man's
heart was only evil continually." v. 5.
These thoughts were crystallized into
the lives of men, for we read that
"the earth was filled with violence."
Viewing. this awful development of
sin, God was so deply grieved In his
'heart that he turned aside (repented)
from his blan and purpose thus far, to
a determination to destroy man (v.
7). Noah, however, found grace in
God's sight, as we see from v. 9, even
in the midst of these adverse circum
stances. Environment is powerful but
not all-powerful, and It is never a
match for God's grace. We must not
gather from this verse that Noah was
faultless, but rather than he sought
to conform his life to God's will and
not to the standards of those among
whom he dwelt. Noah gave himself
to a whole-hearted service to God.
We are told that the foundation of
Noah's acceptance before God was his
faith, Heb. 11:7, like his great grand
father Enoch, he had "walked with
God" (5:22). Noah stood absolutely
alone and was thus thrown upon com
panionship with God, compare v. 9
with I yohn 1-3.
Given Due Warning.
God could no longer endure the
sins cf men, their Iniquity was full,
therefore God determined to destroy
them. He did not, however, cut them
off, for we read that they had 120
years' announcement of the coming -
the flood (v. I nough in
whchtoThey also had a
~ii~'preacher to warn them dur
ing this time, 2 Peter 2:5. But their
apostasy was complete and they
would have none of God's mercy nor
heed his warning, Proy. 29:1. Noah's
obedience as he built the ark was a
daily reminder of the Impending
flood.
'The ark was a flat-bottomed chest
450 feet long, 76 feet broad and 45
* feet deep, built of cyprus (gopher
wood) and coated with pitch. Under
the eaves of the roof was an open
space for ventilation and Its three
decks were divided Into compart
ments.
As to the "eight souls" (I Peter
3:20) who entered the ark we need
to remember that usually children and
servants are understood without men
tion in such enumerations. We -are
not to Infer that of all created animals
two of each entered the ark. The
flood certainly was not universal and
hence such a miracle was uncalled
for.
Race Swept Away.
At last the flood arrived at the en
act moment prophesied. Its cause
seems to be twofold, a subsidence of
the ground and a downpour cf rain.
The Euphrates valley where this
event took place fils all the necessary
conditions. Subsidence would allow
an Inundation from the sea. Such an
inundation took place In 1911 In the
Yangtse valley and another In 1901
rendered more than ten million people
homeless; the water rising from 50 to
90 feet. All that the account de
mands, however, Is that a c6' pt
race was swept away and that e
saved his righteous servant and his
household. It Is the privilege of ev.
ery believer In God to save his house
hold. See Acts 16:31, 2:9; I. Cor. 7:14.
The only way qod could insure the
purity of the race was to destroy Ir
revocably the impure.
Skeptics hive read .Into the story
of the flood much extraneous matter.
Some have sought to prove that be
cause nearly every race under the sun
has a flood traditicn therefore the1
writer of Genesis Is merely passing
on a "Babylonian tradition." It Is far
more reasonable to believe that these
traditions are corrupted forms of the
true account found In the Bible.
For the younger pupils get the
story of the flood as told by Dean
B~odges and tell a connected story of
what has already happened in the past
lessons and tell them that the story
will be continued next week. Some
good live questions for class discus
sions would be: Wha.t does It mean to
walk with God? Of the four-1gno
rance, indifference, consent or con
demnation of sin-which one must
God take? What Is the difference be
tween wages and a free gift? Did
Noah earn his salvation? Is faith
more than an attitude of mind? Dd
.we need more hatred of'slitoday1 3
Surprise Your Friends
For fortr weeks regularly use
Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Thev stimulate the* liver, jim
prove digestion, remove blood
i:npuritIes, pimples and erup
tions disappear from your face
and body and you feel better.
Begin at once. Buy at PiCkens
nrng Co.
SpcilMaid Sal1T
'All day Saturday we will sell two
big boxes best Searchlight Matches
for 5c.
(Not over 12 boxes to a customer.)
IS still in Full Blast and
Greatest day of the eni
so be here and get you
SPECIAL
SALE
Saturday Morning'at
11:30 o'clock we will
sell 6 yds. good blue
and brown Chambrey
for 29 cents.
Remember that this sa
will be in charge of Mr. Ga
too well known to the buyii
not be surpassed in this cou
even if you don't need the~g
A $15,000 Stock of Dr
bought since last October a
Thousands and thousa
goods which will be placed
Ihem over and see for yours
One lot of
- Shoes, $1.25
--. 98c.
Women's
Shoes for $r
- - Women's
- End price $~
- Women's
End price $i
Children's Shoes, sizes 8 1-2 to 12 1-2
Children's $1.50 Shoes $1.19
Men's $1 .5o all Leather Shoes, Mill Er
Men's $2.50 Fine Shoes $1r.98
Men's $3.00 Shoes, Mill End price4'2.
Men's $3.50 Shoes for $2.98.
Remember we will have a special price
fords, and it will pay you to come to the
your Low quarLered Shoes now for SI
Shoes in the Store will be reduced for th
time to Buy Shoes Cheap.
Notions and Small Wares. suits, mill E
6 spools of coats thread 25c M*ns wrk
Mens Sc handkerchiefs for 3c Mens f2.5
15 a,full pound of Snow- pd ml
berry talcum powder, mill Mens $3.50
end price 8c ats, mill
Air Float Talcum 10c can 8c Mens $5.00
One dozen pearl buttons 1c Boys blue s
Good paper pins for 1c er pants foi
5c paper pins 3cReua 1
Good lead pencils for 3c Rensla 5010
Good lead pencils for 1c Bons fulc o
Womens handkerchiefs forl Me Bos fuood
Box hair pins for .3c Me.50 good
10c cabinet hair pins for 8c Mens0 mill.
Womens back com.bs, 15c Mien priv
value 10c- mil Men pri0
Womnens back combs, 25c milend $3ri
value 19c mien p3.5
5c paper safety pins for 3c Me'$35
50c steel ribbed, rain proof Dry (
umbrellas for 39c
39c umbrellas for 25c Good calico
$1.00 umbrellas for-79c Simpson pr
Good suit case for 89c 5cr
Men's and Boy's Clothing lOc dres an
Boy's Knickerbocker suits for 8 1-3c
$2.00 value, 3 to 8, mill end Amoskeag
price $1.24. 1-2c values I
Boys 3.50 to 4.00 suits for 2.98 Good outirn
Boy s 5.00 to 6.00 blue serge light colors
Edwin L. Bolt & Co., Props.
MAIL ORDERS I
Will receive promupt attention. but
it is advisab)le that you be here in
person as there are thousands o)f
Bargains that are not listed in this*
advertisement, however even if
o cannot at tend yourself use the
Parcel Post. and we will pay post
ae on all orders amounting to
$5.00 a over.I
JE GREAT M
there are a lot of Bargains I
ire Sale. We have saved I
r share.
Minute and
Hour Sales
It will pay you to attend these
Special Minute and Hour Sales. Re
member you will get your part of
these Special Bargains if you are
here during these Special Sales.
These Sales will be conducted each
day while this Great Mill End Sale
is in progress.
le will continue until SATURD.
ins, the Mill End Man from the
ig public to need any introductic
ntry. It will certainly pay you
oods now.
y Goods, Notions, Hats and Shoc
nd in good coidition, and in addi1
ids of yards of short ends of n 11
on sale at about half their reguh
Cit and be convinced for Voirsell
OES.PL
Men's and Women's R a hs
value Miji End price MnsSchaywr
$1.50 Vici, Blucher Mn 0 ev lee
29Mnsgosokfo4c
2 oo fine Sh'es, Mill Mn O ok c
.48Mes2csokfr1.
$2.50 fine Shoes, Mill Mn 10 waes
98 Mn 5 upnesf
$1.25 value for 95c. Mn 5 upnes1
id price $1.29 M n 5 isfrlc
48Mes1.5flhasm
on slippers and Ox- Mn n os2ccp
great sale and buy Wmns7ccres4
ring. Every pair of Wmn 10 ost
is sle.Rowai the mn 15 ose
Wmens 5c heyuppk
_________________ WMens 0c he fleece
nd price 3.48.els outin fla be fo rv 3
pants,value1.2. Mil ens oockls or and
r ony 89 and98 arkMolos 15c value for 11c
Mensk25cdsockesor119c
end ric $168 2 12cMerc s , .0 ieae s
and $4.00sdressswideeforrs fo:
pantssforc suspendfor 18
Mens 50cdsupenders-fo
rerl fr 4c al e ns S153ctisfr1 .
heavy suits vale value,ofor9c.
pantssvalue5$felt hors,5m
*bl ere pnt, al e n S 1.50ht,cile
ce $1.98nsandbos 5c cau ht al a as
oddensoatsccorsets248
is Cape Now0i tbe dms o 1
Wo ich merie 1.0 dcrst,
for 4~ c oli mieand 25che srp,
pants, m au .5 ill ends percales, vight and
rgonya for an 9c drakcos 10c valu fur $12
ed pringa $1.00 121-2eraes for ince
and 4.$2.res aide ourtrpn-3cfo
pants forhm 1248 for.48
30Oel or 8 9c Good had towels,o 10can12
Serl drk and Bathuees for S c
psfor 9c 25c4 purownn tos,ting-5
bev TsHalEe Bo 9
mdEie$9 04 $Lchseetn,35au
Ats vaLu15fOSE SATRD
ILL END SA
eft. Be sure and be here S
sack a lot of Good Bargair
Saturday
Evening
At 6 o'clock we will
place on sale another
LOT of GOOD 8 1-2c
Bleaching at 5c yard.
[io yd. limit]
AY Night FEBRUARY 1st
Mills. W e feel sure that the ]
n; their reputation for fair deali
to attend this great Bargain St
s to enter ii this great Mill Eni
Lion to this stock we have houg,
I ends in calicoes, ginghams, vex
ir Price. These goods are all f
Ladies' Coats k
ALadies' Coats and
cost.
EOW PICOS Ladies Black $1o
Low Pices End price 5.98
hirll end prices 39c Suaties $avyblue
underwear 39c. price $7.98
rear 39c. Ladies $75< Suit
$3.98
Ladies $18S.oo Wh
End pr2e $10.98
1 end price 39c. L?.4es $25.00 Sni
ill end price 79c. $1 2.48
e10Oc. Ladies $12-50 and
c. Mill End price $7.91
r 25c. Ladies $10o.oo ion
price $5-98
Ladies S r1o.00 lo
ill end price 89c, Mill End price $59
id price s1.18. Children Pony Ski
, mill end price 39c. from .$1.19, 1.98, 2.2
Infants $2.oo Bear
9c.. End price 1.19 '
8c. - Infants i ong Coat
>rters for 19c. .End price 89c. .
>rters for 39c.____________
ed ends for 19c Blank
Heavy bleached huck towels 10-4 cotton bli
1.5c values for 10c value for 79c.
Womens black satin petti- 12.4 wool nap bi
coats, 50c value for :39c -value, inill end :
Womens $1.00 and $1.25 $1.50 rugs, mill
petticoats for 79c .$2.00 Axminst4
Womens black Taffeta petti-. end price 1.79.
coats $3,00 values for $2.39 $2.50 AxminstE
35c turkey red table cloth for end price $1.98.
19c 70x92 seam shee
10 y'ds. good English long and hemmed 50<
cloth mill end pr!ce 69c Large pillow ca:
10 vds. good English long Children's
cloth. regular price $1.2;,
mill end price 95c Childrens 65c di
Embroideries and laces mill ginghams, perc:
end price 4c yd. teas for 48c.
25c wool scarfs for 19e Childrens 35c dr
50c wool scarfs for 30c Childrens $1.25
$1.00 wool scarfs for 79c Chidres 75 ro
45c value wool plaid for 29c 7 boxes .grandi
25c cotton plaid for 19c powder for 25c.
36-inch Taffetta silks, $1.00 6 cakes of good
values f-or 79c and .2 boxes<
One lot embroideries, 15c and washing powdei
200 values for 10c Mens gray soc
One lot 10 and 12 1-2c em- price 4c.
broideries for flouncings, 25c Mens extra hea'
values for 15c L adies 15c black~
L adies 5c handkerchiefs 3c for 11c.
LTTERY
v, s.C.
VY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 1.
Bleaching Sale.
Saturday morning at 9:30
o'clocR we will place en sale
one lot of good IOc Bleaching
10 yds. for 49c.
(Ten yard limit)
I, 0
aturday as it wili be the
is especially for Saturday
Saturday
Afternoon
At 4 o'clock we will
sell 10 yds Good Ap
ron and Dress Ging
hams for 30c.
(io yd. limit.)
1913, and the entire store
Vill End Sales Company is
ng and Bargain Giving can
le and buv for future use
I Sale. All bran new goods
t especially for this sale.
cales and other staple dress'.,'
irst cliss: Come and look
id Coat Suits
Suits, prices cut to ~
Serge Suits, Mill
and black -Serge
d $15.oo Mill End
s, Mill- End price
ip Cord Suits, Mill
:s, 1ill End price
$x5-oo Long coats
g Coats, Mill End
g Carocal Coats,
n and Carocal coats
98up to3.98 -
Skin Coats, MN'ill JIii
s, value 1.50, Mill
ets. Large Jap. matting rugs size
enkets, $1.00 27x56, for only 19c.
Large size 36x68 for 39c.
ankets, $2.50 Ladies $1.00 hand bags, real
>rice $1,48. leather, for only 79c
nd price 98c. Ladies b5c hand bags now 39c
r rugs, mill 75c alarm clocks for 59c.
Wool Dress Goods.
r rugs, mill 56-inch Broadcloth, blue,
green, and brown, 65c value,
ts, hand torn mill end price 39c.
value for 39c 40 inch Panama, brown and
;es each 10c black 50c value for 39c,
Dresses. 36 inch black Panama, 35c
values for 22c.
esses made of Fancy stripe mohair, 75c val
ies and gala- ue, 50 inches wide for 39c -
,38 inch all wool serge, 75c
esses forl 25c- value for for 43c.
Iresses for'98c All colors 50 inch Mohair, 65c
rs for 25c'. values for 43c.
mpers for 48c 1 lot of 36 inch Taffetta silk*
nas washing in plaids, checks and stripes
bought in a job especially
[aundry soap for this great sale. The reg
>f grandmas ular price was $1.00 a yard..
. 5c. Come quick the mill end price
ks. mill end will be 39c yd,
Ladies $1.00 shirt waist, mill
v sox 8c. end price 79c.
ribbed hose Ladies 75c shirt waist, mill
end price 48c.
The Store that's Always Busy.
I. $25.00 Reward
Will be paid to any person show
z j...- that we are not doing as we ad
vertise in every particular. We
guarantee every item and price
quoted herein to be Bonifide iin
every instance.

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