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Pullman herald. [volume] (Pullman, W.T. [Wash.]) 1888-1989, December 15, 1916, Image 12

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I SUGGESTIONS
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A SHOP EARLY SHOP EARLY
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J. CIGARS PILLOW TOPS
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! , CIGAR CASES CHILDREN'S BOOKS
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A CHRISTMAS PRAYER
By REV. RALPH CURTIS JONES.
q^ygy l ''* Father, we are grate
-4™*A&s\ v <»> to ,Ik on this
Vffl4f£g^\ Christmas day for all
<Kjrj{SfH_jS^ the good things in life.
fifeP thankful for the lowly
".jJH^CTBr hirth in Bethlehem, for
all of which we com
memorate this day. May all Christen
dom unite in a mighty force to stop
this ungodly European conflict, and
say us the heavenly host sang, "Peace
on earth, good will toward men," for
we are sad indeed, at the thought of
thy children who today are killing
each other in the terrible war that Is
being waged. In pity forgive them.
Oh, Heavenly Father, bring them and
their rulers to a full realization of
the sinfulness of war—that those who
have caused it may cry to thee.for
peace. May they get a glimpse of the
cross in its full meaning, and profit
by the sacrifice made by thy Son for
the world's redemption.
Our Father, may the world become j
Christianized from all other religions
and philosophies, not merely in name,
hut in the spirit of true Christian
brotherhood. Oh Lord, let us all who
fail to appreciate this great gift which
thou gayest to the world be so con
science-stricken that they will at once
cease from their ingratitude, and ir
reverence and depart from the error
of their ways. May they become ad
vocates of the Loving Master, who, as
the perfect man, said to all mankind,
"Except ye be converted and become
as little children, we shall not enter
the kingdom of heaven." "
Dear Father, we rejoice with thee
for the hearts that Christinas will
make glad, for the little children to
whom Christmas brings so much joy.
Also we pray thee for those bereft of
loved ones on Christmas day to whom
this season brings painful remem
brance. Console all that mourn the
loss of loved ones. Comfort us, O
Lord, with a heavenly vision and pre
pare us to meet them in the holy
• ity. Give grace to the dying, cheer
to the sick and lonely, encourage the
unfortunate and disheartened. Take
all bitterness and hatred from our
hearts and plant within us a true
brotherhood. Give food to the nun
gry and raiment to the poorly clad.
Help us all to find thee as our Brother
and Friend, our Comforter and Sa
vior, and the giver of life everlasting.
SVe ask it all in thy holy name.
AMEN.
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And I'll come «cax>uncL/^jpJ
To We you aWidTe/ % J
Buy your Christmas Presents from your home
merchants. They are entitled to your support. j
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DON'T
Handle Your Candle-Lighted
Christinas Trees Recklessly
UERE are a few warnings
x x that all Christmas cele
brants will do well to ob
serve:
Use electric lights instead
of candles wherever possible.
Never leave the children
alone with lighted candles.
Remove the curtains when
candles are used in windows.
Use asbestos fiber instead
of cotton to represent snow.
Use metallic tinsel and
not paper on your trees.
Fasten your tree securely,
so it will not tip over.
Remove the tree from the
house when the needles be
come dry.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
In the stillness of tlie midnight,
In the silence of the Star,
In the slumber of the white lambs,
On the hillsides, near and far.
Came the Christ Child to his mother;
To the humble oxen's stall:
He. the Babe of Paradise, sweet;
Lord of Christmas, King- of all.
Hush, let not a. word be spoken
Of his sacrifice for men,
Stooping from his world of glory,
To be woman-born; a pen
Of sweet straw to be his cradle,
He is ours, just ours, today,
Mark that mortal smile, that shining-
Of the halo in the hay!
While the palm trees rustle softly.
While his lullaby, the breeze.
Croons amid the angels' anthem
Which the star-lit heaven cleave*,
We will claim him ours, our treasure,
Christmas Babe, and Babe divine.
Hall, thrice hail, O mystic stranger.
Nestling in thy straw-filled shrine!
-Helen Chase, in Brooklyn Eagle.
Remember that he who re
ceives sparingly is oftentimes
compensated by enjoying doubly.
A^*Sxxx^AA
A Holiday
Suggestion
Nothing contributes
more to the pleasure of
the Holiday season than
a warm house.
To be warm a house
must be constructed of
good material and heat
ed by good fuel.
We have the first
class material to build
the house and the first
class fuel, both coal and
wood, to heat it.
We invite you to be
come one of our patrons
and wish you a
MERRY _WM
THE PILATCH
LUMBER CO.
H. I>. McVEA.Y, Im.cal Sales Mgr.
Phone 1

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