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~• - - ’ ■*"“ ” rrrw-r gy the Rev. Alvin E. Beil j
f David— the Great-Hearted ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON A „a j.
IQ. -■ —— — 11 Scripture—l Sam. 26:5-12; II Sam. 1:23-27; 23:14-17. ~ ■ 1 ■—t
i The Prophet Samuel anointed David to
j jbe King of Israel after Saul when David
i*tvas only a young unknown lad watching
ihi? father's sheep in the fields near
Bethlehem-
TWO GAMES CARDED
BY TOURISTS SUNDAY
Bulls From Durham Will Be
Here Sunday for Two
Games at 2:30 P. M.
Otto Pahlman’s Tourists are sche- ]
duled to ni»set the Durham Bulls here
tomorrow in a Central State League
contest but the Skipper has moved
the game over to Sunday afternoon at
which time they will clash with the
Bulls in a doubleheader, playing off a
Your Meals
Can be just like you want
them if
Your Meat
Comes from this market
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Later David was brought to the court
of King Saul to play on the harp for
the king’s enjoyment. 'Saul became in
sanely jealous of David and tried re
peatedly to kill him. He also tried to
turn his son Jonathan against David
game that was rained out here some
time ago. Both encounters will be
league contests.
So much fun and enjoyment was de
rived from the “fats and leans” g|me
last Wednesday, the promoters of the
contest have decided to stage the
event here again next Wednesday and
at the same time the Tourists will
meet Ca-Vel, the same team that
showed last Wednesday with the
game being rained out in the first in
ning.
The Leans took a 12-10 measure of
the Fats, but the losers last Wednes
day expect to change the tale in the
coming contest.
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PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Club W. L. Pet.
Wilmington 9 4 .692
Richmond 11 5 -6SS
Portsmouth 10 5 .667
Norfolk 0 10 .333
Asheville 4 8 .333
Charlotte 3 10 .231
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Club: W. L. Pet.
New York 49 29 .628
Detroit 50 33 ,602
Chicago 42 34 .553
Boston 43 39 .524
Cleveland 39 39 .500
Philadelphia 35 42 .455
Washington 35 46 .432
St. Louis 24 55 .304
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Club: W. L. Pet.
New York 53 24 .688
St. Louis 50 29 .633
Chicago 47 34 .580
Pittsburgh 42 41 ,506
Brooklyn 37 42 .468
Cincinnati 38 44 .463
Philadelphia 33 46 .418
Boston 21 51 .292
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David — the Great-Hearted
THE WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
Philippian# 2:4—“Not looking each of you to his own things, but
each of you also to the thing# of others.’*
(The International Uniform Lesson
on the above topic for July 21 is I
Samuel 26:5-12; II Samuel 1:23-27;
23:14-17, the Golden Text being Philip
pians 2:4 “Not looking each of you
to his own things, but each of you
also to the things of others.”
By DR. ALVIN E. BELL
The Prophet Samuel who anointed
both King Saul and King David re.
ferred t 0 David as “a man after God’s
ov/n heart,” which is the highest com
pliment ever paid to the great king
in all his brilliant career.
“First in Wair”
David was a great warrior. As a
young man he won the admiration
and gratitude of the entire nation in
vanquishing with his shepherd’s sling
the defiant Gollatfh against whom he
went forth in the name of the Lord
God of hosts. In numerous battles
with the troublesome Philistines
David showed his bravery and genius.
“First in Peace’*
But it is the arts of peace rather
than in those of war that David show
ed the greatness which made him a
man after God’s own heart- This
greatness evidences itself in his re
sponse to King Saul’s unwarranted
jealousy and murderous hatred of
David. Repeatedly Saul eViderioedt
intention to kill the well-meaning, and.
loyal Shepherd lad whom he had
brought into his court. Saul did his
utmost to poison the pure love of his
son Jonathan for David. But David
remained loyal to Saul and repeated
ly demonstrated his good will to
wards the king by sparing his life
when it was clearly in his power to
have taken the king’s fife. “Jehovah
forbid that I should put forth my
hand against Jehovah’s anointed.”
Thus David pateintly suffered the
wrongs of Saul as did Christ, the
Man of Sorrows of whom he is often
a type “who, when he was reviled,
reviled not again; when he suffered
threatened not; but committed hinv.
self to him that judgeth righteously.”
“First in the Hearts of His
Countrymen”
The beautiful love of Jonathan and
David shows how David endeared him
self in the hearts of his countrymen.
David’s grief at the death of Saul and
Jonathan and his lamentation over
them at the time their death opened
the way for him to the throne reveal
the jgreat-heartedness of David:
“Saul and Jonathan were lovely and
pleasant in their lives, and in their
death they were not divided —I am
distressed for thee, my brother Jona
than; very pleasant hast thou been
unto me: thy love to me was won.
derful, passing the love of women.”
David’s place in the hearts of his
followers is shown in such ' instances
as that of the men who risked their
lives to bring him water from the
well at the gate of bis old home town
of Bethlehem, and then again his ap
preciation of that loyalty in his re
fusal to drink water Drought him at
such risk, but poured it out as an of
fering to the Lord, saying “Shall I
Rural Churches
CAREY’S BAPTIST
Rev. L. B. Reavis, pastor.
Sunday school 10 a. m. O. K. Thar
rington, superintendent.
Morning worship 11 a. m., sermon
by the pastor.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend these services.
Repeatedly David had Saul’s life in his
power, as when he crept into Saul’s camp
when he and his guards slept. David
took the spear at Saul’s head and left
and called from a distance to prove to
Saul his good will toward him.
drink of the blood of the men that
went in jeopardy of their lives?”
David was great in his humility and
the depth of his penitence for his own
sin; great in the rich contribution
made by him to the psalms' with
which we may still- lift our hearts in
praise of David’s greater Son, our
Lord Jesus Christ.
MtDfEBORGIEEIS
Bright Belt League Contest
Carded for League Park
At 4 P. M.
Middleburg will take on Helena at
League Park Saturday at 4 p. m. in
a Bright Belt League contest instead
of at Middleburg, C. P. Rogers, man
ager of the team stated today.
The county lads have not fared .so
well in the second, half of their loop,
losing thre games while winning drily
■ crie coritiest.' Much of the second half
has been played by Middleburg with
out the services of three of four of
their mainstays. The team finished
second in the first half race.
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PIEDMONT LE AGUE
Asheville-Charlotte, rain.
Wilmington 10; Norfolk 2.
Portsmouth 3; Richmond 0.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Detroit 8; Boston 0.
Philadelphia 7; Cleveland 5 .
St. Louis 4; New York 1.
Washington 6; Chicago 4.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
New York 5; Cincinnati 3.
Brooklyn 5; Pittsburgh 3.
Chicago 11; Philadelphia 3.
St. Louis 13; Boston 3.
IToday^jianies]
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
St. Louis at New York.
Chicago at Washington.
Detroit at Boston.
PIEDMONT LEAGUE
Richmond at Portsmouth.
Norfolk at Wilmington.
Asheville at Charlotte. ;
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
New York at Chicago.
Brooklyn at St. Louis.
Boston at Pittsburgh.
Human progress necessitates three
foundations: a high standard of posi
tive health; a reasonable share in rea
sonably distributed wealth; and a so
cial system which gives to each the
measure of reward he merits.
L —Jtod. —*
i. -1 ———
At the death of Saul and Jonathan in
the Battle of Giiboa, David lamented,
saying, “I am distressed for thee, my
brother Jonathan: very hast
thou been unto me; thy love to me was
wonderful, passing the love of women.’’
tGOLDEN TEXT —Philippian* “
Tribal Warriors of Ethio
pia Rise to Defend Nation
(Continued from Page One.)
tlement of Italy’s dispute with Ethio
pia.
These sources interpreted the ad
dress as an indication ofV the em
peror’s determination not to yield to
Italian demands.
No official reaction could be ob
tained, however, authorities declining
to comment formally.
JAPAN WON’T INTERFERE
ITALIAN ENVOY IS TOLD
Tokyo, July 19.—(AP)—Ambassador
Giancito Aurici of Italy qalled on For
eign Minister Hirota today to seek
further clarifications of Japan’s at
titude on the Italo-Ethiopian dispute.
The scope of the two diplomats’
conversations was not divulged, but
vernacular newspapers said they be
lieved Hirota had seized upon the oc
casion to modify .somewhat the re
cent statement of Ambassador Sugi
mura in Rome, that the Japanese gov
ment had no intention of intervening
in the dispute.
BRITAIN’S PEACE EFFORTS
TAKE ON FRESH IMPETUS
London, July 19—(AP)—Great Bri
tain’s drive for peace between Italy
and Ethiopia took on added impetus
today from Emperor Haile Selassie’s
appeal for defense of his empire.
After a prolonged cabinet discus
sion yesterday of the crisis, the min
isters were expected to hold further
meetings within the next few days in
an attempt to reach a definite de
cision cfrj Britain’s policy.
Various peace organizations and
advocates pressed for decisive action,
based on the League of Nations cove
nant. Discussions were continued at
Rome and Parish in search of means
to prevent an open conflict in East
Africa.
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best of quality meats at prices
that will please the most eco
nomical, under the best me
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Chuck Roast 15c lb.
Boneless rib roast . . 25c lb.
Round steak 25c lb.
Sirloin steak 33c lb.
Milk Fed Veal
Shoulder chops . . 17 l-2c lb.
Rib or loin chops .. 23c lb.
Shoulder or loin roast 20c lb.
Cutlets 30c lb.
Fresh Pork
Fresh ham roast .... 27c lb.
Loin chops or roast . . 30c lb.
Sliced ham 35c lb.
Milk Fed Poultry
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Hen« (fat and plumr>) 25c lb.
Broilers (tender and
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Home made potato
salad 10c lb.
Deviled crabs (fresh)
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Home made chicken
salad 69c lb.
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and many other items.
Special on Lamb
This Week
Shoulders 17c lb.
Chops 27c lb.
Legs 25c lb.
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Truth and error are both mental,
the one the result of fulfilling cer
tain special laws of mentality, the
other of failing to fulfill them.
Platonic friendship is possible, said
* philosopher; that he was nearly
90 when he said this may or may not
be material.
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