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Lebanon Semi-Weekly News (Newspaper) - March 13, 1924, Lebanon, Pennsylvania fe vj JfLgSl s tr M v f f THE BON Saturday This Mighty Sale of More Than 200 Exquisite New Just Unpacked Values that will thrill A great assemblage of new modes in Dress hats Tailored Hats Bobbed Hair Hats Flower trimmed hats Black and White Hats Saturday Only We place on sale a group of hats especially pur for this A sale in which every take the op ty Of purchasing her new seasons hat to year has ottered greater values than these at There are haircloths and many silk straw combinations variously with ribbons and tailored effects for dress and general kw SEE THE WINDOW Collins and 4WYost returned Saturday even slfronv where they spent two They report a very delightful interesting event was to Havana and other They were accom tfed there by Warren who was stopping at the ktolted Hershey where Hershey met them and I them through the the and bis which is wnt a mile from the nice little with an of water running arriving at at well pleased with the days lunch at the party the Hershay trolley line to seeing the boarded i train of the Havana Cuban to the lo Hersheys largest Here they were met Gomez the at that escorted them thru Roeario tropical gard Bpd the Roeario sugar a short social time on da of the Rosario Man were called into the din a wonderful Spanish as the who is a but speaks rk the party boarded a Hide fhdering Works orlcea paid for Stock promptly re Near PLASHES OF ACTION TONIGHT IN MAJESTIC The Ira Uhrlch Post of the American of arrang ed for the exhibit rf Flashes of consisting of five reels of official war being shown for the first in the Majestic this afternoon and even The first show took place at and was attended by many of the school for whom a special rate was There will two evening at and The famous picture was made under by the most dar ing camera men the world has ALBRIGHT GLEE CLUB ENGAGEMENTS The current issue of the Albright distributed on devotes considerable space to the coming activities of the College Male Glee Club and with each a in the shape of a handsome picture of the was The engagements of the beginning the latter part of tbis will be March at Bethel under the auspices of the Senior class of the high school March at Glen for the benefit of the Sunshine Bible class of Immanuela Evangelical church March Class of Christ Evangelical York has gaged the Club to sing for the bene fit of he church building fund March in the Evangelical church at Red which is the home town of Coach Haps un der the ayspices of the CLYDE BLACK BROADCASTED POEMS of South Col lege recently enjoyed the unusual opportunity of bearing tfce voice of her Clyde of Ue Methodist Episcopal at New when be took part in rajigi gram brojflwited from the of toe LouJsyJUe son was gratified by David of ScheUs Electric who has excellent radio Louisville was secured without difficulty and Black distinctly heard Bry ants and at once recognized her sons CELEBRATED BIRTHDAY In honor of the 38th birthday anniversary of Harry a birthday was served at the home of her and Isaac Park on The following were and Stephen Im mel and Emma and Miss Esther Calvin of town Miss Sara Werner of Miners Milage Ross Huber and of f ATTEND MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION MEETING Lewis Fluck and Welker on Monday afternoon attended a meeting of the Reform ed Ministerial Association of the Lebanon held at the par sonage of Johns Reformed where the tors were the gueste of the Charles the cashier of the Womtfedorf was one of the P etitefUifled Annie of a cousin of Frank of Port on Sunday visited her Harriet and Raymond of were week end visitors at the home of Mri and David Werner the formers The sale of the household goods j of Henry held on Saturday was well attended and 1 fair prices wefe realized for most of the articles disposed Cyrus P of the Odd of will install the newly elected officers of Myeffstown Encampment on j day All officers and mem bers are urged to be MISSING MILLIONS AT THE MAJESTIC Film fans who enjoy a good thrilling will Hke Missing Alice Bradys new Paramount which will be shown in the Majestic on Wedaesday The story was adapted from A Problem in Grand and An Answer in Grand Miss Brady is ported by David Powell and other well known including Wil liam George Le RUey Frank Cooper Cllffe and The pic ture contains many mysterious feat the being entirely sat although Realized at Sale On The Hess Farm Near Hershey A big sale was held by Hess near March 7 ou his farm where he sold a bunch of second handed Ford gasoline some farm horses and Hess once a year holds a big sale to get rid of the The sale was started at Thousands of people were present from all parts of the region aud the bidding was Cars dold from J3 up to over One Fordion tractor brought The highest cow almost reached Mulct broupct from a pair up to 351 c Horses up to The entire sale totalled lit arty and oi Bouberger of of and Stover of Himmels were the Sheuk aid Hortt were the Star Independent Oil Truck In The Mire About Thirty Inches One of the heavy Star Independ ent oil trucks utilized in this ter ritory and driven by Paul was out of the mire on the state road between Fredericksburg and this The heavy truck sand in the mud atthe side of the roadway to a depth of thirty and in trying to get it the driving chains were brok The master mechanic from the Joy station was sent here t make repa and the truck was released with the aid of another big It was stalled on and is idle ever HARVEY KMNE GREETED FRIENDS IK TOWN Harvey of the Class of Albright who is ing at SchuylkUl attended the basketball game and greeted friends in ENTERTAINMENT IN ALBRIGHT CHAPEL The entertainment to be given tbe Albright College chapel this evening by the Themesian Literary for the benefit of the Goo4 Samaritan Hospital promises to be an event of unusual interest The which will bo a va led will consist of pantomime end musical CRITICALLY ILL Harriet of South Cherry who was taken suddenly on was re to be somewhat improved on PERSONAL MENTION and Mrs Llewellyn an4 John and ang and Charles KunkidPlfHjl of pn were the guests of George attended tlMt FATHER DIED OF TUBERCULOSIS Daughter Did Not Die of Tuberculosis About the She took 32 tab lets in a The first week by using gained two pounds instead of No doubt too great for those that dont know any thing of The lady is greatly pleased with the j Second Week Good Results Gained two pounds and very Uttle pain in the Pidnt spit blood for last four can eat ap petite was She cut the 32 let Now only cne Native herb tablet at That stomach was over Three weeks ago ghe said I must die if I cant get help Today she has hope to get her health back once We all know too much medicine will klU Nature the only one Tuberculosis Another Happy Man Neuritis The name of nuuritis means in flaromation of the Few weekg ago a man suffered day and nigai sore face aad head hacj to stop tried uudicine and other treatment no Called on Hoke to use Roots and Jt was easy for Nature to re lieve the pain at The Results Are Great No doubt too great for tjwe that dont know anything of After the first ne solid eyery on fce went to future the culy 0 SundaySchool f Lesson f Dtftft Moftdf Blbli of for March 13 THE REIGN OF DAVID LfeSSON TKXt 11 I to II GOLDEN I delight to do Th O ttijr iRUtAKt A B6y jumon Dktld and INTERMEDIATK AND SENIOR David k ChtitcUr tOUNO PEOPUK AND ADULT What Aohlertd to Chosen King Whllt dhcphtfd Boy t Samuel Sent to Bethlehem Samuel wu directed to go to Bethlehem and from among the sons of Jesse choose a God in structed him to ovoid publicity by the concealment of his real 8am uel was not odder obligation to tell all that he especially the parties hid no moral right to Samuel Anointed David Though the Lord has refused to choose one of the eldest sons of when this stripling of a boy came before the Lord Indicated His This anointing typified the enduement of the Holy Spirit which la essential for any and all service for Davids In the Open Fields I 16 11 18 As a young his business was to keep his fathers The prevailing tendency of such on occupationwould be to take things but David did not fall Into a life of He became a skilled musician that he was called to play his harp before the He waa also on expert so that he could throw a stone with such precision as to need only one throw to down the Philistine giant he was physically for he had been educated in the school of the lion and the In the Kings Court I 21 Here was formed that tie of friendship with Jonathan which not only was a bright spot In Davids but lives in history as a unique af In the Camp of the Outlaw I The king had given commandment to kill When the truth of this was realized David fled to the king of where he feigned Though David did some foolish and unbecoming things during this he Is to be commended for his selfmastery in that he would not touch the Lords David Made King of Judih II Trusting Dnvid went to where the men of Judah anointed him king over a part of the nation recognized him as king and ratified the work which Samuel did years The Dual Kingdom II Most of the tribes of Israel held to Sauls whom Abner bad proclaimed king of Ma Feuds continued between the rival Davids power In while that of Ishbosheth This period of civil war last ed seven and a half David Crowned King of United Israel II Abners death and Ishbosheths assassination put an end to Davids Davids behavior during this time gradually won for him the conscience of the so that they all came to him at Hebron and anointed him as their They assigned as their reasons for anointing him king 1 He was their brother 2 He was their true leader la even In Sauls time 3 He was the Lords choice Davids Worship and Prayer II For Gods Goodness Him This was shown In promising to build him a The content of this covenant is set forth in verses It contains the following ele ments 1 A or posterity 2 a royal authority 3 A kingdom 4 that forever This was an absolute Dis obedience on the part of Davids teed would entail but not an abrogation of the For Gods Goodness to the Nation No other Batten in all the world had been accorded such central thought is Gods goodness centered In his tjon of nation from Egyptian PfVld Wherfw Went n God will do ell thorn who trust THE MOST GOOD GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY 121 Oo6d 35C Street Florida F6ncy Hafd Water Soap piece S5e Dozefl Rich Creamy Cheese Noodles and Pot Ple Dough Best Creamery Lemans Special Coffee One Pound FREE 32c 10c 55c ib 32c With Ten and Fels Soap Bar 5ic 2 Large Fleshy Prunes 2 Nice Bright 2 Large Fancy 4 Good Dark Cocoa 2 Large Cans Bauer Kraut 2 Large Cans Sweet Potatoes 2 Cans Crushed or Whole Corn 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 3 Dozen Chocolate Coated Easter Candy Six 5c Chocolate Easter 25c Mens Water Proof Work and Strong Womens Nice Kid Work or Dress SPRING OXFORDS are expect to have the niftiest line this spring at prices to please DONT FORGET OUR HAVE SOME BARGAINS Standard Apron 12Jrc Light and Dark Outing IScli 29c Dress 32 Inches YA Kiddie Goth 20c Yd 35c Suitings A Big 25c ON 29th OF MARCH AT WE WILL CHANCE OFF THE DINNER DONT FORGET TO HAVE YOUR SHARE OF WITH EVERY 50c When yon trip W and get up farther The moft profltlfesa thing to MEETING OF MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION Reformed Divines Were the Guests of Hoffmeier ELDER SCHAEFFER Gave an Interesting Ad dress on an Efficient Consistory The Reformed Ministerial Associa lon of the Lebanon Valley held an meeting as the guests of ho at Johns Monday Ele en ministers were present Delight ul refreshments were furnished by he host and The address f the day was delivered by Elder Charles cashier of the Union Baruk or the sub ect An Efficient Consistory and how Get He In the Reformed church a large part of the success of the Church must depend on the Consis The paator cannot do every He should he relieved of the temporal oare of the Monies should be raised by the Con slstery allowing the pastor to devote all bis energy to spiritqal El der and deacons should be spiritual minded and forward They should head the church paper so that they may he well They should be In sympathy with the mis sionary work of the They should be They should be actively Interested in all the subordinate organization of the sncb as the Sunday Young Peoples Mic slonary Great care should he exercised In petting men of the right kind on the Wealth or lack of it should not be counted a qualification but a stingy rich man has no right on Many a worKingroan by his liberality and self sacrifice has raised the standard of griying in his A rising vote of thanks was extend ed to the speaker and bis ministerial bretberen were certainly glad to learn the viewpoint of the laity In church rovernment and The April meeting wjlj be held at Marks with Fisher as host and as JOITBP EIGHT INCHES SNOW IN THE PENRYN REGION Residents of the Penryn Park region of the South Mountains who visited the city this were well nigh dumbfounde when they found the city almost clear of They state that the great storm of Monday night brought snow which continued to fall on and they state that eight inches of snow It was stated that the meas urements were made without regard to the rain which packed the The informants declared that if the rain bad not afforded relief the snow would probably have the region to a depth of twenty in ches or J j LETTERS GRANTED Peputy Register of Wills Joseph Hoke has issued letters testa mentary on the estates of the fol lowing i Paul of Yirgie valued at Cyrus late of this to William og Schuylkill Haven estate valued at is the fmt pi V JKvi Please let meknowv what It will nit to pot into my borne complete with tbt Uihtlnl the wirinf to tan PA tilt A marriage took place on evening at oclock at the parson of the Second Eaptlrt 383 South Seventeenth street when McCollum united Miss Maggie Neely and Ch rjes The bride is a daughter of and of Cumberland as Thompson as jna recepUoR was by The young FPff rim Mail this CouponToday AND find ouf 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