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'Cumberland meeting until Sun-' herents, in this country, fautrht day afternoon a .1 o'clock. by trained leaders. There ii Key. A. M. Huchanan and also a revival of Parseeism. I wife, of Moberlv. Mo., will be with henduuarrer in f 'hirnirn I VV r will f un to nmki any an- I , , . . .. , i .P, ,. , . . n.H,,,,,,,,,,). ,Vf church s..rvirr, fro expected to begin their revival The old worship of Is;, so tariff rm-nt, t.-.. m thi roiiin.n rw f i work at the Cumberland church 1 neglected in Kgypt, is findingalO from tU .tvm-.-. - Wtt.ir. , that time. Kev IJuchanan home in America. '() has the reputation of being a, THE DRNDOIMN jl) very strong man. lie has a The !endo-I)an is an mdepen- i ) . number of friends in this section j dent orfrani.ation of Christian : ) some of whom have been with Japanese on the Pacific Coast. () Program for Presbyterian j Missionary society for Wednrs day afternoon Aug. 2t h liM.'J. 'Vi fil 1 itua I Vf i iiiiiA ra , , ,, i ,, . , 1 him in a number of revival meet- The Hendo-Dan believe that in a ' ( 1 1earJer - Mrs. .1. I. Voru. i- . . , A , !2C ... T. .. . ... .. ings, and they are strong in his ! few years, say ten, the Japanese () llvmn- I he l.rpnr I hmcmn i . i ... . . ' Scripture Reading- Healing. Prayer. (Questions on lesson. Talk- A Glance at Our Medical Work. -Mrs. II. A. Iavidson. Notes From Soochow. - Mrs. Temple Kllis. Roll Call. Answer With Verse of Scripture on Healing. Minutes. Business. Hymn. Close With The lord's Prayer in Concert. praise and urged strongly that Christians will be able to carry j he should be gotten to this place. !on all the evangelistic work on j We earne-itlv solicit the hearty ( th'S coast among their country : co-operation of all christian j men, without the aid of the ! Iieople in this meeting, i Boards, provided the Boards i J. I. Klliott. Pastor. now engaged in Japanese work ! will assist them at the present j missionary ai'.xiuary notes ; time. They contemplate the At the business session of our ( organization of a Japanese Auxiliary it was decided to send -Christian Church in which all a box to our school at faredo, Christian Japanese will unite. Mex., in response to the recent' Publicity Supt. call for a "Linen Shower." I Kach one present was asked to contribute and a committee was i Mrs. Terry King, state Secre tary nf th Christian Usiman i appointed to notify the members I . . ... . ' ... . . ii, i .. V . .. Board of Missions will lecture uu.m.i ix-aguc nirr-ia .mii'mv wno were noi present mar. a Aur. 17 at 4 o clock. Sonff. Scripture Lesson: Hebrews 1.1-6-8. -Roland Schenck. Prayer. letter to Juniors. - Constance Tackett. Bobbys Prayer. -C. W. Ratliff. Song (selected) - Wen Hunt. Wanted. -Mildred Prang. Roll Call Answered by Verse of Scripture Containing Word ' Love." Closing. 8 8 8 ) ) ) C) ( O 8 8 8 VfnnHav Amr 1W at tka rh;. might have an opportunity to . u , . ...... tian church beginning at 3:30 p. help in this good work. . ,, t. . -. . . . , . m. All the ladies of the church X lie a ; bit ira a i lu itt n- r i l iu . 1 , . the home of Mrs. H. T. Himbro " " .I 7 "' .') . - A 10 en joy the rare treat. ij' on or before Aug. IX, as we want them to repch I -a redo by Seit 1. j Program for the Busy Bee We were very glad to welcome' 5an ' tne f'rt Cumberland Mrs. Summers info our ranks , church. Song -177. O . , () Ol J C. H. PARKS. V. P. Pres. F. f:. CRAHi, Ass t. Cashier. I J ( () 8 () () () ( 8 ) ( 8 () ( 8 8 8 C) () 8 ) ) THE DAY OF OPPORTUNITY 15 EVER PRESENT HUT TO HI; ABM: TO ( HASP THE HE ST OPPt)RTUMTIH5. ONE MU5T HAVE A HANK ACCOUNT You should have your Bank account with an' institution that is ever alert to your interests and one that w4M--trss4Ut you in every legitimate way to take advantage of the many opportunities that are constantly presenting themselves. THERE ARI) MANY REASONS WHYWOU SHOULD tiAvE A BANK ACCOUNT J It Is the very best protection to you inyour,evepy daybusiness transactions, and while you are keeping umyour Bank account, you are establishing a credit that will be of untdld value to, yourself. Our Bank is prepared to give you its servfei, balked by exper ienced and successful business men, men who kri interested in each of its customers, making each individual depo6it0r'4 account a per sonal matter. . J' The First National Bank LUBBOCK, TEXAS and are sure she is a real worker, liet each member consider her- the j (wf a committee of one to bring someone with her to the meeting next Mon- ! Ifevotional iday. THE n MHEKl.ANP MKETlNfi j If you have guests in your The Cumberland Presbyterian : home bring thm, they may have meeting should have tgun Fri- j a message of cheer for us and day night of this week, but ' may get sutrirestions that will be owing to the fact that the Baf-, helpful to their home Aux. tist meeting is in progress, ar-! Mf-hammedanism rcporta rangernents have been made to! twenty-four organizations, with ' Answering With a Verse fMtM-rie the U ginning of the j twelve hundred and eighty ad- taining the Word "Help. " Song U'i. Ma i Close bv Rerieatinir the I-ords . n . classes i iiivn hi v iiiirfri. ; Prayer by Ieader. Iessons Psalms 1:1:11. fieeitation-Irma Pryor. Title. If We Only Knew. A Short Story of David's Life. - Lucy Judd. Recitation -Floy Pryor and Caston Kilgore. ! Reading of Minutes of Last Meeting. Roll Call by Pupils Kach Con-1 j E. Hawkins one of the best Sun- day school workers in the state j and it was greatly enjoyed by I the entire school, song by two little Mrs. A. W. Blankenship, of near Meadow boarded the south bound passenger Wednesday for The special Erath county, where she goes to girls was a! visit her sister for a few weeks. LilacfWil save von ' 6 4t special feature of the hour. Our Yim Svknnt I music committee will have some-1 when vhiIWhi W tning interesting and new each uuii'ini mug. ii yyju UflMIIK be disappointed hite Lilac, r! 4t White money. S. H. Cook left Tuesday morning for Boliver, Mo,, where he goes to visit relatives and look after business matters. He will be absent till Oct. 1st. to the Methodist R. M. Kendrick, cashier of the Miss Mattie Roy accompanied hurch or that State Bank, of Plains, was here by her grand-mother returned is the church of your choice or if you have no special preference and have not been attending Sunday school come next Sunday and meet with us. Strangers are cordially invited and you will 1 be made to fe! at home in our Superintendent. Wednesday enroute to Crosby- Tuesday from Crosbvton where ton. where he goes to visit for a they visited at the home of few weeks. Sheriff Roy for several davs. "ftVtal t'-iiii. of fh fi ianrial eorxlitiot! of t. f.uhluK'k SUk Bunk Mt l.iiU.ixk, of 'I ", t r rUm of Kuin nn the 'th ilav of AiiK'iht, I Ml .'I. ruMmhl in O"" A vnnrri. narfmir pnr I-1 .ihiihrj t l.uMxx'k . I Sll of 7. mi U- I l(r. . Aii(fiit. I'M 1 rtrirr Ami '. r.l rXt- K.'ili Ktta- ll.nnkirif hir I lthr rl rlU Kumitiiri' riitur- lu fumi iiir)vr-l rrrr i(rti i (um-nry lnl-rrl in (l-xitir guaranty fu l oiirriiiwi a-runi in I S 1 jh.iniii i ; f 1 l.HiT ' J X l..k.M..i X t ill -l U.M.nrt r inn..w a nl 'larantv fuml l(i 7'J ..1'ilhtlra We are renuested to announce Foy V.. Wallace. Jr. the boy that Foy K. Wallace will preach preacher will preach Friday at the Fast Side Christian church night at the Fast Side Christian next Sunday at 11:00 o'clock a. church. All are invited to hear m. and H::Ht o'clock p. m. this young man preach. - Tom I i n 71' n ( ' roce rv l o- AT THE TKKRNA.-.E m",Ty 0" T. ... . . Lilac if ynifjiynot like it. o It I here will be a service for . men and Doys at the tabernacle A letter I rom M. .V btone at Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Seminole, who was called to the J Evangelist Finney has a great bedside of his wife over aweekij message for men. You will be ago, bears the information that I S 'trfpatlv hi1nif! hi' hiMPtnn kirn ahi is nut .liinir aa u.all aa ttimt' BIG CUT in house wireing for the month of August Never before was house, wireing so cheap J r jcorne without fail, services t T",'i.ii', tinued for some days. nrt con- would like to see. and in fact her condition is very critical. Use White Lilac and smile. U It 25 PER CENTVOFF Joe liailev Reiger. who ha been in the Lubbock Sanitarium!" Mti DtiK-k pi Surplu lunit I'mliviitil finititt, nil hM Xn bank ai! bankpr. utijort tu rhn-k liMlivutual irwml aur'lt to rh-k . Tim ertifSrat- of dfHjmt Caj-hifr ChH-kii Bill" payalilr an.J r!iount Totai .tat if T-a l County of I.ulilnw k W, I). I.. Slatiip u pr-mi!rnt. ami W. S. rkiihirr f Muii bank, each of u. do xxrmnly wr that thv atmvr iitatemrnt i Irur to th" kx-at of our knomlwlK ami tifiivf. w s. i'IT1 I The Methodist Sunday School Jno. M. Adams, field worker j Z Swum ainl aubM-riwi to brfirr mr thi luh day of Auirnt, A. P. nm-, had a splendid service Sunday for the State Interdenominational S tn humlrl anj thiru-rn. Witn- my hHl anil notarial on th- Jat ' ; tl . i 0 i c . , ... ...u iat aforaut morning. Ihe attendance was , buntlay School Association, who F. w. ti.-nir, Notary PuW.c. fine and the interest good. 216 attended the County Sunday 2 i-orrPct-Atteat: r. v Harr'ay ? iMr-ton.. ' were registered as present. A School Convention here last 2 R. H. lArt-y splendid talk was made by W. j week left Wednesday for Snyder. 12..1NI.IKI l?;-sc.'wlj Kv- J- T. Hicks. Presiding wi.ry,.:t' Elder of the Plainview District ""7.'nI! w'H fi:' the pulpit of the Metho 19.iaai.iiii dist church next Sundav at 1 1 a tti4.ni.7n m- aml wj, h(),j business 8ei,. ,the Pt two weeks, and was op-U 'sion of Ouarterly Conference , wraled on for PPndiC!tis. wasij i permitted to return home Tues-i I ' day afternoon. on all fixtures and shades Now is the time to get your house wired for electric lights SEE US AT ONCE Merrill Electric Co. PHONE lbl Fry mg Chickens and Fresh I Bring them to lis, our customers are hungry for them c Also fresh vegetables of all kinds, we must have thbest of everything, as the best is not tqd goodf customers. Don't expect us to give you more than ycur stufr is worth, but we will give all we 'can wi view of re-selling them and treating the other fellow right or we wani 10 can me attention ot our customers to our lar3 and commodious ice box that is always full of nice things for your table and all at our expense, just think of what that means for you. We will do all in our powor to make our business relations pleasant with you, end we want your patronage and influence. MARTIN WO LCO'