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immml l s. s. Lisa r ... i (By B. O. 8KLLERS. Ac tin* Director ot Hunday School Course of Moody Bible Institute.) (Copyright. 1917, Western Newspsper Unlog.) LESSON FOR MARCH 18 J8SU6 8AVES FROM 8IN. ^T.EBSON TEXT-John 1:12, 11-27. M-Q v??iu niun ruapieri. OOL.DPU TEXT?If th" Ren lh?r?fon shall make you free, ye shell bo free In-, deed?John 1:36. Teacher* should sketch rnpldly In a chronological way Die events In the life .of our Lord, (See nny (fund hnrmony) and show thnt this lesson belongs to ,the period of the Galilean ministry of Jesus when he had gone up to Jerusalem to attend the feast of the tabernacle (John 7:1-52). Let us lie sure to load our guns with temperance um- \ munition, be familiar with facts, taka careful aim, concentrate nil \.-e huve to say upon one definite aim, and then pull the trigger e. g. he sure to shoot a temperance charge and make h temperance application. i I. The Slavery to Sin. J-?u?' provt-' otis references to water (Chs. 4 and 7) and to brend (ch. 0) wero occasioned by outward occurrences: so with this reference to light. In the trensury (v. 20) near to Jesus as he spnke were two | colossal, golden lamp stands around which when lighted the people gathered with rejolclug. Amid the hlazo of this Illumination, Jesus exelalms: "1 am the light of the world." What Is more beneficent than light ns It reveals, cheers and brings life, health and happiness to mnnklnd? Without light there Is no vision. Without Jesus there Is no spiritual wisdom. Without light we know not whither we are going. Without Jesus we grope in the darkness. Every rsy of light, of truth, of holiness and love comes from him, for God Is light, and in him Is no darkmess nt nil (I John 1:15). Rome think | 'that these words were occasioned hy | the onlookers, seeing what Jesus had written In the ssnd (vv. 1-111. The llrst step In the slnvcry of sin Is blind- | ' ness; the second Is hnblt; &ud the third Is that of absolute slavery (E'rov. 6:22). .Tesus'wns the Incarnation of the light of God. We cannot conceive of Jesus making such'an assertion as this, and being merely a good man. II. The Possibility of Freedom (w. 81-80.) These words wore spoken to "those which had believed on him." and as the result they were to know the truth, and the truth should make them 'free. Knowledge and liberty conic from a continuance (abiding) In the word of God (John 14:15; 10:12-18). Many men reject Jesus Qirlst because they claim they wish to hdve their liberty, and by so doing thajr.Jose their Hlicrty. A disciple Is n I carper; Jesus is the teacher; the eutrnncc examinations to the , school of Christ nro the simple and necessary condition of believing or accepting lilm ns Lord and tencher. The scholars are nil the disciples who con tlniie under Ills Instruction. The ob- i Jcct of the schooling Is to make per- 11 rcct men, "unto tlic measure of tlio stature of the fulness of Christ" (Eph. 4:22; Col. 4 :12). Christ's school Is not only in the rharch nnd In the Sundny school and Young Tropin's society, but It Is everywhere, In the home, In the office, at work and piny; wherever oue Is trying truly to live according to Christ's will, he Is in his school, nnd I that school Is open both dny nnd night; I there are no mentions nnd no recesses. 1 The text book Is the Book' of hooks. We need not argue as to the necessity of sin, but realise the fact thnt nil are 1 under sin (Rom, f>:12), but being under sin does not necessitate our nbld- ( ing there, nor Is sin necessnry to our ( being. This freedom here Is from sin , and the love of sin nnd the curse nnd i the penalty of sin nnd the bondage nnd corroding enre of sin. It Is nlso mental 1 freedom, freodom for Christian ntj 1 rlvitr A Irnnn'lnilnn nf ,l.~ e.._ii-f 1 ? ? Ajlljjll.-su Bible Is n liberal education, uud brings ( true liberty to those who are thus educated. As contrasted to that we have the slavery of sin (w. 34, 30). The i drunkard ts n slave beennso he Is re- 1 strained front doing what lie knows he ought to do. He cannot even do wrong 1 freely for his conscience constantly up braids him. He Is n slave because he it compelled to bear the consequences I of sin ugalnst his will. The way of j scape (v. 36) Is through the son : "If I the son therefore shull make you free, j ye shall he free Indeed." III. The Authority <vr. fit), r>8). The Jews took exception to the words of Jesus (83-5T)). When did Abraham see Jesus? Read the 18th and 10th chapters of Genesis, and we find that one of the three who visited Abraham wns different from the other two, and remained behind while two went on to Sodom. j The one who remained was the Lord JCsus, Jehovah appearing in human form before Ills Inter inenrnntion as ) Jesus of Nazareth. L- ??T Aw" lo ).? -? *- * -a- * ...? ? mi- imnitT i?i .icnovnn. iS Jesus here tnkos thnt name to himself. There wns n time when Abraham cnrae to be or was (v. G8>, but then* was po time when our Loril ever eame to ' bo for he Is the eternal "I Am." IlpiiiR t thus one with Ood, he has the power; to set men free. We have In this chnpter the picture i which Jesus draws of the character of i Uje devil as the enemy of mankind under two aspects: First, he Is a mur-1 lerer (v. 44). No war has slain what Intemperance lone of his favorite Instruments) has ^ tlaln. Second, he Is n liar. CASTORIA j^:- For Infants and Children ' In Use For Over 30 Years I; THE1 " ? For the Poi Information Which Will 1 Chickens for Pleasur INSTRUCTIVE CANADIA I ENGLISH PUREBRED Wl In nil experiment conducted by the Canada experiment forme to determine tho number of eggs that wauld be fertilized with one mntlng only, five fertilized eggs appeared to be the maximum. In a fertility test following 12 hours' mating It was apparent that this method was more conducive to results than the one mating only proved to be. In trials to determine the Increaso of pen fertility after the lntroluction of the male, maximum fertllty, 100 per cent, was reached In a pullet pen six days after mating, and oc"urred three times In a period of 21 lays. The samo fertility was reached In a pen of old hens on the eleventh lay after Introducing the male, but the fertility Increased more rapidly and continued a great deal stronger In the pullet pen than In the pen of old hens. One male was also kept with 45 White Leghorn hens. Though the percentage it fertility was highest when only 5C.S per cent of the hens were laying, the total hntch was only 83.8 per cent. When 80.4 per cent of the pen were laying, the total hatch was 4S.1 per cent nnd the fertility 87.7 per cent. In other tests without mating again fertility could not be traced In eggs laid after hens had been broody for any length of time. Cooling Egga. In an experiment to determine the best method of cooling eggs In an ineuhntor, the eggs In an Incubator containing eight trays were cooled for a mere turning 5, 10, 15 and 20-mlnute BITS OF || STATE NEWS j| J. G. Cochran, of Parkersburg, has | lust presented tjio head of a moose,1 which ho shot In 'Canada last fall, i to the Y. M. C. A. of his town, and It ' ins been hung In the lobby. The head ' has been handsomely mounted, and It j makes a very beautiful ornament in j the lobby of the association build-1 lug. One of the most unique systems! of road building Is that used by Jef-. 'erson county, which differs from most i ill other counties In the state. Each i commissioner from each district has full control over the expenditure of: Lho money which Is derived front the ; regular levy laid In the districts. No mgineer is employed as each road sup. ervlsor builds his stretch of road as conditions suit. Hen. the 12-year-old son of Attorney and Mrs. F. P. Moats, of Parkersburg. I tas succeeded in making a record for | himself In the way of fractures that| lew of Ills age can equal. lien is just! "Kie-Yie-Yie! Bet Me 'Qetolf Quick!" 2 Drops Hake Coin "Fall" Off! "I've Joined ths Never-Agaln Club. Never again will I use anything for corns but 'Gets-It.' Put 2 drops of 'Gets-It' on, and from that seo- , ond tho corn begins to shrivel. bSl M0h. Don't Touch It! It* 9m Sore!* i Vie "Gett.it" ana It will never Be Sore! Instead of swelling up like a little White sponge. Then tt loosens from j your toe?and. glory hallelujah! the corn comes off as though you'd take a glove off your hand!'r Tes. "Gets-It" it the corn discortry of tho age. More "Gats-It" la sold by many times than any other [ com remedy In existence. Try It and you'll know the reaaon why. It takes two seconds to apply it/ and it dries at once. That's all. Don't ! experiment?follow the experience Of millions and use "Gets-It." "Gott-lt" It told everywhere, tilo s bottle, or tent on receipt of prlco by E. Lawrence * Co., Chicago, I1L Sold i'i Fairmajt and rccumwenled' S3 the world's boat corn remedy by Fairmont -Pharmacy, Crane's llrug Store, J. 11. McCloskey & Co.. Holt 3rug Co. ^^ftlTrTiffn ftfiit'Tiii'ililil SVEST "VIRGINIAN?FAIE lltry Fancier ^ielp the Man Who Raises e to Realize a Profit. iN EGG EXPERIMENTS HITE LEGHORN FOWLS. period'. The trn.vs that gave the be results were cooled 88 follows: Fir week, five minutes in the afternooi second week, ten minutes In the nfte noon; and third week, 15 minutes the afternoon. Cooling one tray fi several hours proved detrimental. In an experiment to determine tl profit on dncks hatched In Incubntoi renred In brooders, and sold on tl local market at from ten to tweb weeks old, 3.18 pounds of feed p pound of gain were required, the arc age weight at the end of ten days b ing 4 pounds, 11.2 ounces per duck. Value of Feeds. The value for poultry feeding i screenings, scalplngs (chiefly broke and shrunken' wheat and the larg weed seeds), wild buckwheat, "blai seeds" (lamb's quarter, wild mustar and tumbling mustard), and each these three separately, was tested. Tl presence of the black weed seeds the ration made It not only unpalat ble, but unprofitable as well. W1 buckwheat, however, made a very d slrable feed. The mustards and lnmt quarter proved unpalatable and u profitable. Some birds died, but In i ense did death result from "poison but rather from malnutrition. In tl hlrds that suffered most severely, i in the case of the mustards, upon r turn to n normal ration the reborn wns very rapid. The mustnrds rnth than being poisonous seemed to have stimulating effect on the digestive c gnns. recovering from a broken leg he rece ed on November 7, an the result of fall from a bicycle he wan riding, ai Monday he took another fall from ti same wheel and as a result is suffi Ing from two breaks in his left ar i Charles Ha Morin of Pennsville, O. Evangelist Starts a Series of Meetings Saturday, Feb. 24,1917, and continuing Indefinitely at the CHURCH OF CHRIST Barrackvllle, W. Va. Everybody Invited to come and bring your friends. Mead Subscription Agency Best Service First j" Direct Connection with all Y LEADING PUBLISHERS 5 Reference any bank In our city t 230 MAIN STREET Fairmont, W. Va. P. O. Box 318. | J. S. CUNNINGHAM, 8 218 JACKSON STREET. 6 Furniture repairing, picture g framing, furniture packed for g moving, general household cab8 Inct work. ? Oxy-Acetyline Welding, \ Decarbonizing and gen? eral automobile repair? in8c. Independent Garage g CHARGES G. BROWN, Prop, ? Rear 111 Fairmont Avenue Look! 1 McCLOSKEY'S | DRUG STORE g Shares its Profits With You g 512 I/x:ust Avenue ImaafflaaomgBreco^^ :MOyff FRIDAY EVENING, iij! near the wrist. The accident occur. red on the way home from school. The boy is plucklly bearing his In' Juries and hfa early recovery Is ani ticlpated. I Governor Cornwell Ik no longer eonnected with the good old Hampshire j, J Review, but nevertheless there Is a certain added interest to the follow i a Ilng became it came from th^ columns of that newspaper: "Those ex-Governors ut Governor Cornwall's inauguration were certain- u ly a bunch of kill-Joys. Governor Hal n field opened the ceremonies with a i i, I bard-lnck story of what a strenuous j 0 time ho had bad holding the Job down -j Following him Qovernor MacCorkle I y told a weepy story of what a terrific j time he had when he was governor; I and Governor Atkinson stated thut the incoming official would have no ' bed of roses- that he would he as S glad to quit as he was to start. If I there had been more of the ex's pres * ent the affair might have beon turned y , into a very tearful occasion. AI1 of ' this wasn't calculated to make our countyman feel very bright over the I Job he was assuming, hut he tackled e , it with a cheerful courage anyhow. ! 1 S I Wednesday's Charleston Mall printed the following; "Speaker Thurmond J J and Doiegate A. B. C. Bray, tnembera of the lower houac or the legislature. were here from Greenbrier county thia '' week and callers on Governor Cornwell. As Delegate Bray is a member of tho House appropriations committco ?' It Is reasonable to suppose that their j t . vlalt had some thing to do with tho>c forthcoming extra session of the legislature, to bo called by Governor 1 Cornwell to provide funds for carrying /j on the state government, in connec- p tlon with their visit there was more or Icbh conjecture about the state \ house as to Juat when tho solons will C he called hack next time The wise J ones, politically, are predicting, with " assurances thut seem to coine from, 1 '! tho vicinity of the governor's office, i" r- that tho extra session will not be j In called until the very close of the fis-1 p or I cal year, which ends on June 110, when v j It is hoped about the state house that <j ]e Governor Cornwell may havo better _ control over the menibers than Governor Hatfield seemed to have Judging from his experiences with them re and failure to get appropriation hills 'J er through In two sessions." r- .? ?" The late Mrs. Caroline ASh. of Sar 11 dis. Harrison county, had a halilt or a speaking her ntlnd, Judging from her '1 Of last will anil testiment which was g -n filed for probate yesterday, says the i pr Clarksburg Exponent of Wednesday, .jj After providing that a certain house ^ . and lot In Sardls shall revert to her ' niece, Caroline Hill, the tostator makes this proviso: Vj "It Is distinctly understood that this properly (house and lot) Is never to c a' be sold, rented or leased to Dr. Alex- 0 'd ander Hannah. Ardus Hustend or any " e- of the Bramers, HurstB or Selda Hag- ' i's erty." * n- Without any specific reason for makio Ing the above rather novalproviso, the testator goes on to declare: jc "I hereby certify that 1 never re- * ceived one penny from my father's " estate, after his death and I feel that ?" I was defrauded out of my Just rights , and 1 think Worthy Ash knows some- I-' er thing about it. I wont him to look i a the matter up and see If he enn find V. it- where my father's money went and who carried the big load." s fSOMSC. RELIEVES |'! 5 HEADACHE QUICKLY; A single trial will convince you. Re- j lieves headache in a jiffy. Pleasant i ,. nod easv tn take. Contains no onlnli-n 1 !or narcotic drugs. Costs only fie per " package at all stores in city or cuun- i,, I! try. ? g Transfer, Hauling and De X g and carefully. : I W. S. TH 6 0 Bell phone 8, Con phone 100. ~~ * raKe?xsx(JK):ceyaw:c^o.o.CH^:o:o:oj^ao 11 FAIRMONT II x MANUFACTI 11 Absolutely Pur | Offices and plant cornel :: ! streets, East Side. Both PI A 1 FAIRMONT CARI FRED DIETRIC Builders and repairers o: g ? automobiles. Painting a S] - S8SSC8S?tt8?*?M?S?^^ 1 <ce?SMa?aM5?mass3e^^ H ? and walk in the stops of those who li _ g us. You'll save temper, time anil dol g lug. Call us when you next need a i ?? 8 the cost of your work. \ m K . YI'ft'ffhynYAlvynYA i*^v<>%Ayi'AAA?*U^A MARCH 16,' 1917. HI MS United Commercial Traveler?. Fair*; ? lout 'ouncil No. 497, L. E. Bennett ecr~tary.treasurer, meeta In Maca* ee Hall, 1st and 3rd. Saturday even-} jga L. E. Bennett, secretary-trca- J urer. f KNIQHT8 OF MALTA * Mountain State Commandery, No. 1 46, A. & 1. O., Knight? of Malta, ieets ex cry Tliuraday evening at 7 :30, i third floor Cunningham building, o ver Ideal theatre. Sir J. N. Chllson ir Knight Commander, Sir K. L. Kin:ead, l\ C., Uecorder. NATIONAL QUARO. if Co. H. First Weft Virginia National I b uaxd. Meets every Monday In the new I c j-mor)', Jackson St. Captain Francis1 t !h rails; lat Lieutenant C. J. Straight. I TCo. 1. Meets every Wednesday In neu 1 tnnory. Captain K. B. Carskadon; J?t .icutcnant A. U. Bell; Id Lieutenant N. . Matthews. y I MA80NI0. Fairmont Lodge No. 9. Meets In Ma* onlc Temple first ajid third Mondays In ach month. Francis E. Nichols. Sec. \ Orient Chapter No. R. A.'M. Meets Z n Masonic Temple second Monday of r ach month. Francis E. Nloho's, Sea Crusade Commandery No. 9. K. T. Ieets in Masonic lemplo every fourth londay. Francis E. Nichols. Sec. Fairmont Chapter No. J4, O. IS. 8. , Ieets tn Masonic Temple first and third 4 'huraduy. Helen Fleming, 8?o. I W C. T. W. Meets every Tuesday in WiUard Hall. V. C. T. U. Bldg. President, Mrs. XV. D. n Ivans; treasurer. Mrs. a. L, Mcncax; i i locy. Mrs. J. H. Beckman. J 1 l.'O. O. F. Marlon Lodge No. 11. Meets every < j uesday in Odd Fellows Mali. W. S. i itzer, Sec. J Palatine Lodge No. M. Meets every1 i Wednesday evening at 7.30 o'clock in a idd Fellows Hall, corner Main and Mori- : j oo streets. H. V. Sweuringen. Secy., it. 034 Morgantown Ave. ' \ Mountain City Encampment No. 6., Ieets In Odd Fellows Hall on the first nd third Fridays of each month. C. 1L I hggle. Scribe. ^ Patriarchs Militant. Meeta In Odd | * ellows Hall Thursday evenings. . H.\ V. Stone king, Captain; Harlan Miller, v ierK. m KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS I Mountain City Lodge Jvo. 48. Meets < 11 Third lloor. Fleming Bldg., Thurs- 5 ay evenings 7:30. P. H. Hall. Mas- ? or ot Finance; VK: C. Miller. K. of'S !. and S. | P Marlon Lodge No. 21. Meets at Market < c ntl .Merchant Streets. First Ward, every ? 'ujsday evening. a Mountain City Templo No. 5. Pythian Inters. Meets every Tuesday evening In 'leming lildg. Monumental Lodge No. 201. Meets In ? yttilan Lodge Room, liarrnckvllle. every 'uesday evening. BROTHERHOOD RAILWAY TRAINMEN O. C. Willis, president; E. D. Hold- , n, secretary. Mcts second Sunday i r each tyonth at 1:30 p. tn. and laBt c nday ot each month at 7:30 p. m.. in i lie lied Men's hall. VOMAN'S BENEFIT ASSOCIATION OF THE MACCABEES Marion Review No. 30 meets every j 'uesday evening, Maccabec Hall, Main . treet. Mrs. Olive E. Harden, record > ;eeper. I DAUGHTERS OP REBEKAH. West Virginia Lodge No. 61. Meets very aronuay mgm m < u ugvK ui vug 'clluws Hall. K. O. T. M. Showalter Tent No. 7. Moots every Ylday evening In McKlnnoy Bide. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Fairmont Lodge No. 9. Meets evrv Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock l the Maccabee Hall. McKinney Bldg. 17 Main street. R. D. Harden, Sec'y. GERMAN BENEFICIAL UNION Mcols second and fourth Sundays f each month at 119 Jackson street. Irnest Echwaner president; II. C. 'oelkcr. Sec. VYOOOI4EN OF THE WORLD. Metis In K. of 1*. llall. Fleming Bldg [. T. Jones. Clerk. 20J Albert Court. IODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA White Camp No. 5473, Modern ? I'oodmen of America. Meets ovcry ilivering done promptly | OMAS / I Parka Ave., Fairmont, g > ego otyccnTtyo ooTrnrvcrryrvr rrv> ICE CO. I j JRERS OF e Sanitary Ice jf [ of Merchant and Goff ?, j nones 398. | j | MAGE WORKsl H, Manager. f carriages, wagons and ^ i ? oecialty. | i ? ad satisfactory plumbing done by S ? lars by letting us do your plumb- ? S plumber and will gladly estimate a S Ytday evening at their hall in the r Skinner Bldg. C. W. Walker, Clerk. k LADIES OF MODERN MACCABEES. I Dont HiVtj No. TS3. Ladle* of the Mod- 1 m Maccabectu Meats tho first and third Yldaya of eacii mor.th In K. of P. 11*11. L O. OF R. M. , Betting Sun Tribe No. 16. Mecu* each ? "hureday evening nt Red Men s Hall. *lmt Ward. IL Ernest Hawkins. K. of L, 168 State Street. First Ward. WanoU Council No. 6. Degree of Pocaitintns Meets every Friday evening at R led Men's liall. First Ward. A. O. H. Meets every second Sunday at lCnigtlis f Columbus Hall. M. J. O'Neal, Roc. Sec. Boutlou Division. Toadies AuxHl&ry. B. P. O. K. Fairmont LchIcu No. 294. Meets At Uks Home, 419 Mutu street, near Mail ion, every Tuesday evening at 7:30 'clock. Charles D. Harry, Sec., 238 Ugh street. 4CNIGHTS OF GOLDEN EAGLE. Meets In Margrave llalL W. A. Crovl. I leets drat Friday of each month In K. of , llalL Grace McDonnell. Roc. Sec. knights of columbus. Meete first and third Mondays In old i iaaonlo llalL corner Main and Madlaor. I Streets. Chiules Armbruster, 1L S., 1=01 "hestnut StrceL THE PROTECTED HOME CIRCL^. ( Fairmont Circle No. 010 moots every , dondny evening at 7:"0 In the Maca ! ice's Hall, Main street. ORDER OF OWLS. Fairmont Lodge No. 1673. Meets even ' Thursday In old K. of P. Hall. McKJnnsy I ? AMERICA MEAl SAFETY PREPARI MEA1 Comfort, Conveni* We believe in the above a fulfill. We are prepared to service as can be obtained ar ia and at a factor of safet; in the U. S. A. Our rates ai MONONGAHELA VALL DO IT ELEC1 Travel, Light, He: HISIHHI1 jiu. iii. u. rcarimaa, acc. MARION CO. MEDICAL SOCIETY. Mecti. last Friday of each month in the rlemlng Uldg. President. Dr. L. C. Hoi- I and; vlco president. Dr. L. D. Howard; j lecretary. Dr. H. R. Johnson; treasurer. )r. W. H. Sands; hotftd of Censors. Drs. *. N. Tor, J. E. Ofltner. Wm. F. Boy era; 1 leegntea to West Virginia Stato Medico i Association. Drs. H. H. Corr. A. L.. Peers; alternates, Drs. E. P. Smith, C. W. Vaddcil. AMERICAN INSURANCE UNION. Meets ea:h second and fourth Tuesday 1 the month In tho K. of on Main itrcet. W. O. W. Meets every Monday evening In the Voodmon of tho World Hall in the ShinCHAS. VV. . Watson Building. BONDING AND GEN] i Place your business witli ; PRICES FIGURE i The man who spends his money w no money to spend. And the deale i cxhorbitant price soon has no eustoi 1 our buelnce son such an ecomnomlci j able to save you money, and yet mail that bas made our bouse a leader In Dickerson Buildi Fourth Street arrd Virgin | Bell Phone 444. $785 F. 0. B. DETROIT B A | 4 PAGE 11 ? ;M al er Bid*.. 11! Mabi Street. J. H. Kl?end. Rreorder. Degree of Honor of the W. O W. 4 Irele on the eeeond and fourth Montiy renin** *t I n'eloek *t tin enme piece. J hi* le the ladle* degree of the order. Fairmont Avenue and Ftret Street. 9 M Hartley. D reel Jen t; R u Butcher, ecretary: 0* Wateon. tieaeum. ORDiR RAILWAY CONDUCTOR*. Meets every first and third Sunday tn ed Men's Halt Fred nrntntma. 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