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Our 45th
MILL END
SALE
Beginning On
Tuesday August 3rd
Will Bring Big Savings In
All These Departments
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Girls Dresses House Dresses
White Goods Toilet Goods
Dress Goods Wash Goods
Whitewear Petticoats
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Domestics Bedding
Neckwear Pictures
Millinery Corsets
Dresses Linens
Waists Gloves
Suits Skirts
Silks Coats
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Childrens Dresses
Laces
Embroideries
Ribbons
Art Embroideries
Sewing Machines
Rugs
Shoes
Hosiery -
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H Jewelry
Luggage
Draperies
Groceries
Umbrellas
Mens Wear
Handkerchiefs
China
Notions
Cut Glass
Stationery
Silverware
Underwear
Boys Wear
Wall Papers
Phonographs
Leather Goods
Housefurnishings
Eye Glasses
Toys
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In the Furniture
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We Will Offer Choice of the Entire
Stock
At 1 4 Less
Than Regular Prices
with the exception of Sectional Book
cases and all items regularly priced at
500 or less
fKPXQVED trniFOBN IrtTEIBATIOHAt
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Lesson
Br nav i u fitzwateii d d
Teacher of English Bible In the Moody
BIWe Institute of Chicago
Copyright m Wiiltni Nwpper Union
LESSON FOR AUGUST 1
DAVID BRINGS THE ARK TO JE
RUSALEM
WESSON TKXT II Sam 61 19 Ps 24
7 10
GOLDKN TEXT Enttr Into his gates
with thanksgiving and Into his courts
with praise Ps 1004
ADDITIONAL MATEIUAlEx 1510
22 II Sam 68 25 Heb 92 10
1IUMAllY TOPIC Thanklng God
JUNIOR TOPIC The Ark of God
Brought to Jerusalem
1NTKKMKD1ATH AND BEMOH TOPIC
What the Ark Meant to Israel
VOCNO PKOIU AND ADULT TOPIC
Making Religion Central
The nrk wns n vtnliol of the prop
Miro of Ooil In l i ol It represent
Oiiils tlironu tin iliru from which lie
ciiinimiiilcnUd lil will to the people
tliruupli tho prltM Kx 2ri22 Igolms
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I Davids Unsuccessful Attempt to
Bring Up the Ark vv 1 0
This Is mi example of n wrong wnv
of tloliiB n right thing That the nrk
of the lonl of Hosts the symbol of
lulls pi fiiRc should he hrouuht to
tin very center of the nntlon s life wits
a iteclHloii worthy of all praise it
surely met Gods npprovnl David
together the representative men
or the tuition in order thnt the inove
niiiit might Ik n nntlonnl one That
David was sincere In this measure can
not be doubted hut he wns linsty nnd
Inionslileriite Jod hail expressly le
creeil that the Kolmthltes should hear
the ark upon their shoulder Num
414 m 711 IS For them to
place It even upon a new art was it
pixltlve violation of Gods
Though David was sincere his
sincerity did not atone for disohedl
enee to Gods Word The dictum that
It tnatiers little what you do Just so
you nre honest nnd sincere Is one or
the Devils blackest lies It mattered
much In this case nnd always does
David cannot be excused on the ground
of Ignorance because he had the op
portunity to know God cnunot be
blamed for mnns Ignorance when he
has given him the law and the ability
to understand it
II God Vindicates His Law and Holl
neos vv 0 9
The people were very Joyful as they
moved on toward Jerusalem with the
rk hut suddenly there was n stop to
their Jubilant voices and music At
some rough place In the road the oxen
stumbled and Uzziih anxious for the
precious freight on his cart reached
forth his hand to steady it Tills re
sulted In Ids being stricken with death
Ignorance does not tunke a man Im
mune from he death which Is In the
touch of the heavily charged lectrlc
wire neither docs It In the case of
the violation of nods law Kven
thoe who were designated by the
Lord to carry the nrk were not allowed
to touch it with Ihelr hands Since the
nrk was Gods dwelling place among
men they needed to know that he wns
holy Gods Judgment was severe but
not more so than they deserved Tills
awful visitation of Just Judgment
struck terror to David Well It might
for he was in the path of disobedience
The Lords presence has no terror for
those who obey his word
III The Ark of God In the House
of ObedEdom vv 10 12
The presence of Jehovah always
brings blessings The homes where
God Is welcomed are always blessed
Obed ICdom was nut better personal
thnn Uzznh and David but lie openly
received the Lord and properly related
himself to him What had been death
nnd dread to others was life and bless
ing to him
IV The Ark Brought to Jerusalem
With Great Joy vv 11 10
1 Sacrifices offered after tolng six
paces v III David made the start
and when convinced of Gods approval
he made offerings These were both
burnt und pence offerings typifying
the self dedlcntlon of the offerers and
their thanskglvlng I Chron 101
2 Davids great Joy vv 14 15 The
people Joined hlin with great shouting
and with the sound of the trumpet
Mlohals criticism v 10 Even
though Duvld went to excess In his ex
pression of Joy It wns wrong In her to
criticize for God seems to have sanc
tioned Dnvlds rebuke of her v 2J
4 The grand celebration vv 17 19
As a token of his gratitude o God
David generously treated the people
5 The King of glory the Lord Je
sus Christ coming Psalms 247 10
This was not the psalm composed by
David for the occasion of bringing up
the erk that was Isalm 105 see I
Chron 10 It is strange that such u
uggestlon should have been made The
Twenty fourth Isnlm pictures Christ
is the coming nud triumphant King
At that time the gates shall open to
hlra und the King of glory shall cotue
In
Self Judgment
Turn thine eyes unto thyself anil
beware thou judge not the deeds of
oth r men In Judging of others a
tniin luboreth In vain often erreib
iiml easily sinneth but In Judging and
xainlning himself be always laboreth
fruitfully Thomas a Kenipls
Amiable People
Amiable people though often subject
to Imposition In their contact with the
world yet radiate so much of sunshine
that they are reflected In all
Ive hearts Deiuzy
Political JLdTertisement
EX SHERIFF JAMES M THOMAS
Ex Sberiff James M Thomas of
Youngstown announces that be la a
candidate for tie republican domina
tion as sheriff at the August primaries
Mr Thomas was sheriff of Mahoning
county from 1900 to 1604 He Is a
steel worker employed by the Repub
lic Iron Steel Co end has been urgel
by friends for cone time to enter tie
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Tie eJchth -wonder vt the world
would be a woman who nerer said I
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ERSKINE MAIDEN JR
Candidate for Prosecuting Attorney of
Mahoning County subject to the de-
clsion of the Republican primaries
August 10th 1920
Kesldeut of Voungetowii for past 25
years
Graduate of Youngstown public
fct hools and Ray en school
General practice of law In Youngs
town aince December 1915 except
wtolle In tiie army
Active service with the 30ti and 4tli
Divisions during tie war
I stand for an honest efficient land
impartial administration
The support of yourself and friends
respectfully fcoUcited
Battery charging modern equipment
quick service expert In charge
Fowlers Ford dirge Canffeld
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Real Action In This
Clearance Sale
Of
For Men and Young Men
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h Grade Suits
For Men and Young Men
All Wool fC A Wonderful
SUITS M J l CLEAR UP
in both Summer and FalLWinter JL W t of clothing that is noted for its
weights AT ONLY M excelling quality
From Our Regular 30 and 35 Stocks
Weve set out to make a complete house cleaning of all broken size ranges
of suit styles in all of our 17 stores and in order to get real quick action
were naming an assortment of bargains that no shrewd buyer can resist
Better values than this clearance sale provides cannot be furnished by any
clothier unless he is a philanthropist
Our 40 and 45 Suits to go at ------ 3195 1 J
Our 50 and 55 Suits to goat - - - - - - 3965
Our 60 to 75 Suits to go at 4775
Our 1650 Summer Suits to go at - - - 1185 -
Our 1850 and 2000 Summer Suits to go at - 1565
Our 2500 Summer Suits to go at - - - 1975
Our 750 Palm Beach Trousers to go at - - 585
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON OUR GIGANTIC STOCKS OF TROUSERS
The great variety of models fabric patterns and colors included in this sale makes it area attraction and this in
connection with the enormous values provides you with a clothing opportunity that will not be duplicated
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Youngstown Ohio
Akron Philadelphia Rochester Trenton
Amsterdam Pittsburgh Schenectady Terre Haute
Cleveland 3 stores Scranton Wllkes Barre
Milwaukee Reading Syracuse Youngstown
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
The Youngstown Steel Car Company
YOUNGSTOWN OHIO
We offer 600000 par value of our Treasury Common Stock Par Value 25
per share at par to provide adequate working capital for the operation
our new plant at Nilos Ohio now comple ted
PRESENT CAPITAL
Authorized Issued
Preferred 200000000 2930000
Common 300000000 78733700
Suhscriptions can be made direct to the Company or if more convenient to
the following investment houses
THE YOUNGSTOWN SECURITIES CO BORTON BORTON
Youngstown Ohio Cleveland Ohio
THE REALTY GUARANTEE TRUST CO
Youngstown Ohio
DIRECTORS
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President The First NaUonal Dank
GEORGE F AJJDERDIOB
Vice President The Brier H1U Steel Co
JIA1EES A CAMPBEIOi
President The Youngstown Sheet Tube Co
It B OOBNEIJU0
President The Mahoning National Bank
U C DeFORD
MembeT Law Firm Harrington DeFord Helm
and Huxley
Signed
I B McKELVTEY
President The G ai McICelvey Co
POETER POliLOCK
President The Win B Pollock Co
WILLIAM WHLKOFF
President
D J iWILKOFF
Vlce PxeBldent
L C WITJKOFF
Secretary and Treasurer
THE YOUNGSTOWN STEEL CAR CO
By WILLIAM WILKOFf President
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