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gygNIMG' TELEGRAM. LAKELAND, FLA., THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1820 ' PAGE TWO ;i'JiDAY SCHOOL LESSON FOR JULY IS Scripture: 1st Sam. 26:7-17; 21. David for nearly seven years after lie was anointed king was a castout and rejected and Saul was on the tbrone. So Jesus Savior ''by the world disowned and by the few en throned." He lived in caves mostly. Psa. 84 was written in Cave Adullam. In 1st Sam. 21:10-15 we see him in a predicament; it is hard to think it ot 'him. In verses 1 and 2 of chapter 22 we see the bnnd of people,, be had with him. My text for my first ser mon were those verses. In this band were his parents and brothers, .but later he placed them with the king of Moab the country of his great grandmotehr Ruth. Only for Jonathan, David would have fallen into the hands of Saul who was hunting him as an outlaw. When Pilate said unto them: "What shall I do with Jesus, they said: "Away with him." A fireman said to 'day that was tough. I asked: "Havo you received Him as Savior?" He said, "No.'' "Well, you are in the same boat with that outfit.'' In the 23rd chapter of 1st Sam. our friend Jonathan met David for the last time on this earth , "And strengthened his hand in God." What a blessed service. After I was con verted, ministers would come asking mo to preach for them. The one who helped me most came for me the third time and I said: ''Oh, Mr Naris, I'd rather here you preach; you help me so much.'' Then he said: "When I was in Hartford City a very Godly fellow was in my home one day am", he was very poor in this world's goods. I had a suit of clothes hardly the thing for the pulpit and I said: 'This suit will fit you nicely and if you'll take it in the spirit I give it I'll gladly give it to you.' He was very greatful find when he was about to leave he said, 'Now would you care If I'd kneel in prayer for you before I go." Then aa the tears rolled from his face as he told me of the great blessing that came to his home and soul, he said: 'The next best thing is to set down in front of you and hear you tell it. Isaid, "I'll preach lor you." Then he said: "You see, the most ot the people look upon a min ister as though they thought him a sort of supernatural being.'' And our Lord as made me a blessing to many ministers in tha parsonage since that time. Eph. 6:19, Paul says: "Pray for me." John 17 Jesus prayed for Himself. Oh, how both the member and minister needs earnest prayer: hew it would melt the rough places One of the hardest positions in a way is that of a real pastor and yet one of the most blessed. When Jonathan and David met there were two great Sauls met. In this lesson David shows the stuff that was in him. Some one has said: "To do good for good is human. To do evil for God if- devilish; but to do good for evil is divine." Only God cr.n save a man from wanting to strike back. If the other fellow is in the wrong and you can't do him any good, let him alone and heTT fur r.ish the rope to hang himself and you'll have the great Joy of being In rocent of his Borrow and shipwreck I know, if yon can't take an Insult, they will call you easy, coward, etc., tut so long as you know, and you 1 1 IV.t I J t. .Ill lAA1 IlIIUW luai uuu nuuna, juu njii icui like shouting even though you may be a Presbyterian. Not a thing under the sun will magnify manhood like forgiving power; the offender will be in our midst; he may go to prison, bu for the grace of God he is still the offender. We shut him up in prison CAMP SITES AND BUILDING LOTS ON THE GULF OF MEXICO FREE For advertising purposes, we are offering a limited num ber of camp sites of building lots free. These are located on the nearest gulf beach island to famous St. Petersburg, within a mile of the city limits. Write for full particulars. GULF BEACH RESORT CO., St. Petersburg, Ha. 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Both are wrong. There may be exceptions there are always freak tires. But countless tests have proved that Miller, Tires at Miller prices, on the average, give the lowest cost per mile And Miller Tires, both Cord and Fab ric, cost about the standard prices. TreadPatented Catr tread smooth with suc tion cup, for firm hold on wot asphalt. rof tide tread meih liko cogs in dirk We Insist on This There are three requirements which Miller Tires must meet. First, they must average greater mileage, type for type, than any rival tire. We constantly prove this. Eight machines in our factory run two tires each under rear-tire conditions. Each tire is run 650 miles daily by running extra-fast. Won Over 21 Makes The Eldorado Stage Co. of Lot Angeles tested 21 other makes against Millers on 12-passenger Packard Buses, weighing 8,600 pound loaded. In this supreme test Millers won by 1 ong'odds, on long-distance uniformity. Here we constantly compare the best other tires with Millers. Also in ceaseless road tests. Thus, day by day and week by week, we are guarding the Miller supremacy. Every Tire Signed We insist that Millers must be uniform. Each tire is signed. A record is kept of the maker, the in. spector and the process. . If a tire comes back for adjust ment we learn .the reason. If the workman is at fault he is penalized. If the inspector overlooked a flaw he is held responsible. If any proc ess or material is at fault, we cor rect it. After years of this checking we've attained) uniform tires. There are whole large cities from which not a Miller Tire came back last year. Treads Must Endure Miller Treads, by ! our standard, must outwear the balance of the tire. ... A, t.,i!ri. ' ! . . We have attained a tread which outwears rivals" by 25 per cent Every day our tread stock is vul canized, then tested, in our labora tory. We permit no variation. Not a single Miller Tire with these new-grade treads has evef come back with" the tread gone. Not 20,000 Miles Countless reports come, to us on Miller Cord Tires showing 20,000 to 28,000 miles of service. And tales of that kind are told everywhere, we learn. But mileage depends on condi tions on size, care, load and road. Millers are uniform, but f they are not used under uniform conditions. In our factory tests we average 15,000 miles on Cords. But a Miller Tire will outlast almost always any tire that you place opposite, no matter what it costs. Compare them under like conditions, and see what mileage modern tires can give. You will gain a new .criterion. When you buy a new' car insist on Miller Tires. Twenty car makers now supply them and there is no extra charge. THE MILLER RUBBER CO., Akron, Ohio Winners in Million-Mile Test Cords or Fabrics Geared-to-the-Road DIXIE HIGHWAY GARAGE LAKELAND, FLORIDA ' ' - r : , : : . ; rssiz for the protection ot the innocent and preach the gospel in the. meantime. Some blessed results have come. A very tough character had received a sentence to be hanged; he had no people in this country. A timid wom an who was a wife and mother, said: ' I just can't think of that man's life going out without a friend. I neve was In such k place; I don't know what I'd say or do if Ishould go to see him, but I must go.' So she pro cured a beautiful, but small bunch of flowers; was allowed to go into his cell, but when she stood before the tough, hard face she was speech less. Not a word could she say, bu' she presented the flowers as she sob bed out her heart. As he stood look ing at the flowers and the frail worn an he saw another little woman in the distant homeland, and the door of his soul was broken open and Cokain be came a saint. The devil can stand for the last word, but a broken anl contrite heart he can't go at all. There can be no Joy in the unforgiv ing; the unforgiving can't be forgiv en. See Mark 11:25 and 28. Think of anyone who has an unforgiving spirit I raying "Lord, forgive me as I've for given others." Yet that Is what It all r mounts to. Only the unforgiving soul can grow like Him who loves us and gave Himself for us. I've read many books .on God's forgiveness to man, but never on man's forgiveness to man. Jonathan gave his flowers to David. Sometimes they are with held until they are put on the box a heathen custom. Dean Swift said: "The more I know of men, the more I admire dogs.' May the God of all grace make a blessing to this old lost and undone world. ' JwM. EES WICK. One of the biggest factors in Ire land at the present critical moment is the new commander of the forces, Sir Nevil' Macready, who, contrary to popular opinion, is a man who hates strife, andf is a keen advocate of peaceful methods. It is said that his greatest ambition is to retire from active life to th efields of Normandy, where he can rusticate among the ruined churches of France. 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