The Akron Beacon Journal from Akron, Ohio on March 28, 1923 · Page 13
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The Akron Beacon Journal from Akron, Ohio · Page 13

Akron, Ohio
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Wednesday, March 28, 1923
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MKDXKiSmV, MlflC H '-'S, 1023 lKRO!r BtACOR JotJtlJIJlL VOLIVA VISIONS SUPERMAN AS COMING RULER OF WORLD of tbe Lord for the church, tab mil Hints That Mussolini May Be Paving Way For Approach of Anti-Christ CHICAGO, March ' iS. A super-na.,of the t;-pe of Xapoleou or Mussiiliui, soort Is to arise out of th world' chaotic condition, (o rope araone them Italy and France. M ill Last 7 Years 'Tli is may will appear on the came day the ClirLst conies. Ha will ran hit course in exactly seven years. Daring the first tireo and, one half years we will have the tribulation; during the last throe and bne-balf years we w ill have the great tabula tor whom tbe worIB !a looking will j apfear. No, doubt Mussolini has written tbe tlrst chapters. They are looking tor the appearance of this man at auy time; and so am I lor I do not know of anything except a little More extended fulfillment ot tbe prophecies, tbat ran delay tbe second coming of oaf Lord." Voliva quoted a long lift ot Scripture terse tn support at nil argument regarding the superman. lea tbe world to peace and to the,"- . , auu "ii u u - ' i mm 111' i c ia second coming ot Christ, Wilbur Glenn Voliva, Overseer of Zion City, seat of tbe cult founded by Dr. Dowie, and successor to Dr. Dowie, baa predicted. The superman will come witb soft words and flattery, as did Mussolini ' when he captured Italy without fir-- ing a shot, Voliva declared. Ha will ' be tbe man the world is looking for, sad Europe will welcome hiui with open arm; he will be the uaaa to put down thj Kcds, to form a stable ; government among the allied nations and Issue a uunivermal cur-. rency,- with his own image taereon. nek-onieuu by ( hurrli, Most surprising of all, Voliva predicted, the churches will welcome him as a God-seat messenger. The man wilt make a covenant w-ith the Jews and will set up bis image in the temple of Jerusalem for three and one-half years. "lie wilt then show his colors." Voliva exclaimed, "and reveal himself as the anti-Christ. 1 oompelllug tbe people to bow down and worsip bis image, under penalty of death for refusal. "While you and t ere looking for the.Cbrls t, and expecting Him," said . Voliva, "hundreds ot million are waiting for the appearance of the superman, Who will be the anti-Christ. 1 - "As to whether this man might be Mussolini, that makes no difference. ' One thing is certain, ho is the one figure that now stands bead and . shoulders above all the other figures tin the world today; and he niuy pre-' !pare the way for the appearance of -some Other man. The Bible plainly teaches that that man will be the 'little born' that will arise among the ten horns (the ten nations of western Europe); that ho will be the 'beast' of 'Revelations.' He will rule ' over the ten nations of western Eu- widespread propoganda to dispense with Jesus Christ. This has to be in order to prepare the way for the anti-Christ. First of all, they must get rid of Christ. taA TRAVELS ALOISH HINTS AT OPENING S. AKRON CROSSING More To Give Killer At. To Traffio Seen la Discussion Bj Councilman UOOLV1LLH. March .Later the Main St. crossing was r-i WfcLMNUTON. March Is Win!-, uiu?u. iiu iruuu wg laai-u va ; irea biroup, nine years cm. was isauguicn ui me Americas jigtuiu' "Simultaneously with tbe coming j tbe opera star's party, NEW YORK, March St. "Mrs. Harold F. McCormlek (Ganna Wafcska)" reads the register of the French liner France due to sail for Europe today, but there Is no indication on tbe register that the singers nusnana win accompany her. at the same time the city boarded up A uum 19 IUU VUIV Olaer namea in Mb n ot naeinir nn.1 awAA,a - ... A move to open up the Miller at. grade crossing wa seen Tuesday afternoon in council when Councilman Kyle Ross spoke before the session regarding tbe high board fences that close the street. Hoss took the floor when committee reported on a petit log from residents of N- Forge St., asking that this thoroughfare be opened to tbe public. The Miller a v. crossing was closed Uoea' discussion. In tbe Forgb st. matter, Henry M. Hagelbarger, city law director, said tbe case ot tbe city against the railroads, asking that the latter be forced to remove abutments oa the street, ts to be decided as speedily as possible. porary viaduct to aerre both streets. STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE it wortoM an Uh lusrtniMri evternlraior i"r Cockroaches, Vi lrbus. Ants. Bau sod Pool wrt ton trrtrf to kill these ft with powders, liquids or nr iriucii jreirati ous. Ready for Uaa-Better than Trap Mt box. iss. boa. $' 5e OLD IVtRTWHEHS f TtfTVf TTTtVttTTTTTTVTVTTT Home-made Remedy J otop ,eugn$ The heft otrli Wfrdf'Hne n w lifted. A tmmiir tipiy enntif a 4.uicklf Bud. fcv UKut 92. You might be surprised to know that j the best tinnir voa can U6e for a seven ' rouli, is a retuedr which is easilv pre. I pared at home in iust a few tnoincnw. i It's cheap, but for prompt results it j beats anything else vou ever tried. Csu- i ally stops the ordinary eowjh ar clist Cold in 24 hours. Tastes pleasant, too shiidren like it and it is pure and rood. Four 2'i Ounces of l'inex in a pint ( bottlei than fill it up with plain fromi- i laud sugar srrup. Ur use clarilieil , tnolasses, honey, or corn svrup. instead ! of sugar svrup, if flreired. Thus vou t make a full pint a family supply but ; cut tins no more tbtn a small buttle o ; reaiiy-uiade cough svrup. j And as a couph medisine, thr Is I rally nothins better to be had at any price. It goes riffht to tbe spot and , gives quick, )astin- relief. It promptly i heals the inflamed membranes that libe the throat slid tir passages, stops tbe , annoying -throat tickle, loosens tlie j phleirm, an j soon Tour couch stops en- tirely. Splendid for bronchitis, croup, j hoarseness and bronchial asthma. ; l'inex is a MkIiIv eonerntratcd compound of Korwav pine extraet, famous ! for Its healing effect on the membranes. To avoid disappointment ask your I drueeiht for "i ouncea of Pinex" with i directions nd don't accept anything j else. Guaranteed to give absolute satis- ' faction or money refunded. The l'inex , Pe., 1. Wayne. Ind. r BUTTER THS SUMNER COMWVNY AKRON, OHIO MD BREAD AFTER SCHOOL FOR THE YOUNGSTERS fuund dying uudt-r the scaffolding of a bow school building at New London. Bhe is U-iicved to have been struck by an instrument which fell off the scaffold, rtiysicians said that exposure hastened her death. II. Ohio I'KFIA.VCC, March II. Xifs Catherine A. Webb, Was&lagtoa, D. tloa will erect a bronie tablet at the j C. has accepted the position of pa-spot. Bear her, wbef. rort Cower J'0" ot Defence hospital for a , , . , . . .... i three-months trial. Miss Webb was located and where la 1774, the i i,.v, m th. i,i hAcnii.i . . ... first 'declaration ot American Independence was drawn up by tbe mea la Lord Dunmore's army. ceiient opportunity tor social service by duvelopiug tb plaat aa a community project. AMPLE PARKING SPACE HOWffi'S Out op the high bent district Thursday, March 29th n ; : It Will Pay You To Visit East Akron's Greater Department Store. On This One Day Great Selling Event As we do not' make a practice of having weekly DOLLAR DAYS, We do not buy largo quantities of cheap merchandise to sell especially at a Dollar. Rather we prefer to maintain the high quality of our stocks at all times. Hence our customers are assured ot unusual bargains In the best ot merchandise when we hold a Dollar Sale. Because all Items are taken from our regular stock. Come Early THURSDAY and Share In These Wonderful Bargains. OVER 100 Items Will Be Offered On This Day At Exceptionally Low Prices Due to the limited smotint of space we were unable to list any Items In this announcement, but It will pay you Veil to visit ut on this On Day Belling Event. We cannot guarantee every Item to last thn entire day. No telephone orders, no .layawaya, no charges, no C. O. D., 10c extra charged for delivery ot Dollar Day Merchandise. . Wo reserve the right to limit the amount of merchandise to a customer. 974-r 76 -78. E A ST. MARKET STREET 1 These Girls too 111 M SUOWTCR OP MR9. VUV9HOI 4 MRTM BALTIWOIIB. Hi S Q) 1 AT no age does a young girl need greater care than from th" time she reaches the age of twelve years until womanhood is established. Many a woman has suffered years of misery, because as a girl she has been allowed to sit around with wet feet, lift heavy articles, overwork and overstudy. In all such cases Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound should be given as it is especially adapted for such conditions. It is a root and herb medicine, contains nothing harmful and may be taken in perfect safety by any school girl. This Mother' Letter and Daughter' Photograph of Interest to Every American Mother Nosth BAWUfoiw, Omo,"My fourteen-year-old daughter took Lydia K. Unk-ham's Vegetable Compound every month for weakness. One of her classmates in school who had the same trouble told her shout it. 8ha said: 'My mother makes me take Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.' Ho that day she came home and told me and we got some the next day. Mi took three bottles ot It and sever has to stay home from school now from sickness. She is strong and well. I am sum if anv mother writes to me I will be glsd te answer her letter." 1 Mrs. Vueoues, lSox 01, Nortli Baltimore, Ohio. Another Mother Tells What It Did for Her Daughter DA.TpainoE, Tenk. "My daughter was not able to go to school for almost a year because of pains in her siue and other troubles (iris otien have. I was Just studying ono dav what I could give her that would help her when I thought of Lydia K. Pink-lwun'a Vegetable Oompound, and decided I would get it for her. 8inc.e taking It she has gained to normal weight and goes to sohool all the time." Mrs. Ocoioa Hi.vcaiT, Dandridge, 'i'enn. Mothers Everywhere Should recognize the virtue of ia E. PinkhairVs Vegetable Compound "lYDIA E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNN) MASS.. The Housewifes measuring spoon and Calumet Baking Powder safeguard every baking recipe. As the Balanced Ration is the key to proper feeding, so too, is Balanced Leavening the key to successful baking. Every ingredient used in any recipe is raised to its full nutritional value by the magic time-leavening of Calumet. The directions on the Calumet can are accurately determined in the world's largest and most sanitary baking powder factories by expert chemists. Compounded of purest ingredients, scientifically prepared to insure correct time-leavening, it reaches the housewife unchanged by climate, time or temperature. Always the same, dependable under all conditions, Calumet gives absolute baking security. A pound can of Calumet contains full 16 oz! Some bating powefers come"ln 12 oz. Instead of 16 oz. cans. Be sure you "get a pound wherTyou want it. Keep Calumet In Mind 'tis the Money Saving Kind j i ' ' 'L 71 ..A

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