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Page 6 MELVIN JOHNSON, Inc., Publishers Saturday Morning', October 1, 1933 ""IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL S UNDAY I CHOOL Lesson By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. Dean of The Moody Uible Institute of Chicago. · ® Western Newspaper Union. Lesson for October 2 THE ONE TRUE GOD LESSON TEXT--Exodus 20'2. 3; Isrlah 43:22; Mark 12:28-34; I Corinthians 8 J-C. GOLDEN TEXT--And Ihou shall love the Lord thy God with all thine heart and with ell thy soul, and with all thy mlg) t.-- Deuteronomy 6:5. BIG TOP Alu - tne clc l mam - njs "ccn K'vun a chance to make Kond, allir litr attack on "Silk. 1 v he imgmaMcr, who demanded litr death. Today we begin a series of studies which should be of unusual value, a consideration of the Ten Commandments in the light of the teachings of Jesus and related New Testament passages. It is appropriate to point out that, far from being outmoded, the Ten Commandments are really the basis of all moral law. They need a diligent re-study ;md re-emphasis in our day of disregard of moral standards. As interpreted by the Lord Jesus and applied to our daily living, the truth of these commandments should be brought home to every boy and girl and man and woman in our Bible schools. The lessons begin at the right point, for the first commandment properly deals with our conception of God. What a man thinks about God determines his entire outlook on life. We begin right when we declare that there is but one God, I. The Truth Stated--There Is One True God (Exod. 20:2, 3). Jehovah means "I wilj be what I will be." or "I am that I am." (Exod. 3:14). His' very name declares God to be the self-existent, eternal one. How infinitely gracious then is the use of the word "thy" in verse 2! He--the great I AM--is my God. There are many things concerning which we do not speak dogmatically. There are even Christian doctrines about which spiritual and earnest men may honestly differ, but regarding God we say with absolute assurance and complete cx- clusiveness--there is but one true God. If He is what He claims lo be, if God is not to be declared to be a liar, then it is beyond the realm of possibility that there could be any other God. Hear it, ye men and women of America who in an enlightened land and age bow down in heathenish worship "before the god of gold, the god of self, the god of wine, the god of success, the god of fame, the goddess of pleasure, the god of licentiousness." The one 'true God says, "I am Jehovah . . . thou shall have no other gods before me." II. The Truth Explained. I. God is our Deliverer (Exod. 20:2). He who brought Israel out of the bondage of Egypt is the one, and the only one who can deliver men from the bondage of sin. If you think that a sinner is not in bondage read Titus 3:3 and Romans 6:16 and then read the verses fol- lov/ing in both passages, and not only see but follow the way of deliverance. ?.. God is our Saviour (Isa. 45:22). Aj-ain note that "there is none else" who can save. "Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must .be saved" (Acts 4:12). Jl was this verse that led one of the world's greatest preachers, Charles Hacldon Spurgeon, to accept Christ as his Saviour when- he was j;-st a humble lad.- Perhaps some hoy or girl who reads these lines may do likewise, and become a gieat instrument in God's hand. Trachcr, perhaps the Spurgeon of the next generation will be in your class today. Win him for Christ! 3. God is Love (Martf 12:28-34). In I John 4:8 the truth is stated in all' itx glorious simplicity. "God is love." He not only loves us, and calls on us to love Him, and enables us to love both Him and our neighbors, but He "is love." Love is of the very essence of God's nature. He is the source of all true love. He is love., It was for this reason that Jesus replied to the question of the scribr as He did, directing the whole life ot man into love toward God and his fellow man. It is worthy of careful note and emphasis in our teaching that the recognition and appreciation of this truth on the part oJ the scribe brought him near to the Kingdom of God, but not into it. He was "not far from," but he was not in it. It is terrifying to think how close men may come to entering without doing so. Reader, have you entered into eternal life through Jesus Christ? 4. God is our Father (I Cor. 8:4-6). Paul is speaking of the eating of meat offered to idols, and points out that such false gods are really nothing. This is true not only of the idols of wood and stone, but of supernatural beings, demons worshiped by primitive peoples. There are such spirit beings, active even in our day in such cults as spirit- ism, but they are not divine, not true gods (v. 5). The true God is a Father, yes "the Father," of whom are all things and we in Him (v. 6). As there is but one God, there is also but one Lord, Jesus Christ through whom the one God has wrought all things, and through whom we also come to God. If we hove Christ we have all; if we have not Him we have nothing. Is He your Saviour? Answer To Last Week's Cross Word Puzzle ESfl QIISQE HHH CR3!T BEE! SOfflEI By ED WHEELAN ."SKOOWtE, SURPRISED AT VtU.': NO EVER MAKES LOVE Tfc A LADy WITH HIS HAT ON!! GEE.MVRA. THAT GIVES ME AN IDEA !! Jl NOT HAVJE" SkOOKlE* PUT ON HIS OLD'POLICE ACT' WITH ALTA TOrtlHT f THAT MIGHT MAKE ALTA BEHAVE HERSELF AMD ALSO HELP TO TAKE WEP MIND OFF OP "SILK A SHORT TIME LATER, NM?A TOOK ' TO 'CRACK-PCJTTS, ALTA'S PRESENT TRAINER, AND EXPLAINED THE SfTUATiON -. 5URE.NVRA, IT'S O.K. ME.BUT VOU'D EtTTER TeLL'SILK' ABOUT IT.TOO ! With That Southern Touch By BEULAH V. GILLASPIE Director, Scaliest Laboratory Kitchen test/ Seallest Laboratory Kitchen A SIMPLE, economical recipe, yet " Just chock full of allure! Fragrant Southern corn bread surrounding an abundance of satisfying creamed dried beef. Doesn't that ' sound like something you'd like to serve tonight? DRIED BEEF SOUTHERN 1 cnp flour % cup corn- 1 teaspoon salt meal 2% teaspoons 3 tablespoons taking butter powder 2 eggs 1 cup milk Mix and sift the flour, salt and baking powder and stir la the cornmeal. Add the melted butter and the ·well beaten eggs combined with the milk and stir just enough to make the mixture smooth. Pour into a buttered shallow pan and bake in a hot oven (400° F.) for 25 to 30 minutes or until done. Invert on serving platter and scoop out the center, leaving a 1-lnch shell. Fill with creamed dried beef made as fallows: 2 tablespoons 2^A cups milk butter J /i pound sliced 3% tablespoons dried flour beef Melt the butter In a double boiler, add the flour and mix well. Add tha milk gradually and cook, stirring constantly until thickened. Add the dried beef, cut In pieces, and tho crumbled cornbread which was removed from the center. Reheat and pour into the cornbread shell. Add more salt if desired. Serves six. Tempting the Tired Tastes! By BEULAH V. GILLASPIE Director, Sealtest Laboratory Kitchen Cotirtety Scaliest Laboratory KUche IJOW often It seems that desserts **are passed over with an entire lack of Interest from the family or guests. It's disheartening! And of course, It Is BO often due to the satisfying dlahes that have- been served ahead ol the dessert course. But, we think this Is a dessert that will tempt the laziest of appetites. CHOCOLATE NUT WAFFLES WITH ^VANILLA ICE CREAM B4 cap butter 1 square choco- cup sugar late 1 OSS % cup flour Vi. teaspoon *A cnp chopped salt nuts % teaspoon Vanilla Ice vanilla cream Cream the butter, add the sugar gradually and cream, thoroughly. Add the egg and beat well. Stir In the melted chocolate and add the flour and salt sifted together. Add the vanilla and pour on a hot -svafllo Iron. Sprinkle with nuts and bake. Cut Jn quarters and servo with vanilla Ice cream. This recipe maltes two large or three small waffles. 1 36 12 7 5O 33 12. 23 J14 45" , Weateru N Horizontal. !--Constellation on the equator 7--Before (poet.) 9--To follow II--Bold and fearless 13--The cony of the Old Testament 15--Satisfied 17--Uouln IS--Native metals 19--Head covering 21--CoarHe ribbed material 22--Middle-western stuta (abbr.) 23--A heading letter 26--economics (abbr.) 27--To obstruct IS--The sun 29--Note of musical scale 30--Preparation of trull and sirup 32--Horie-draun \ e h l u l e 33--To make a m i s t a k e 34--Word meaning reason In Chinese, and base of a. 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These · o\vs :iu T. B. tested, all at the pail »in\v and sill \\ill be fresh the la-t u cfk in December or the first we jk in Jiiiiuarj. They will be !,old to lie s t i i i i y h t in evciy re.spi-ct. 10 head of fine shoats. One 2-hor- r wagon, 1 ;i-horse Ont a i i o drill, 1 John Deere riding- plow, 1 riding cultivator, 2 walking culti- t i i t u i s , 1 19 Oliver walking plow, 1 1-hoihc plow, 1 spring tooth, 1 3-horse diag, 1 binder, 1 mower, harness, collais and bridles, clover hay, 1 milk hoUM- and milk utensils and other things too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH WILLIAM BETTON, Owner. James Temple, Auctioneer. ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY JiNOWN AS "Fowling Creek Mill Or Mills" Ry vii tuo of iliL- power and authoi- ilj c o n U i i n i d in a curtain mortgage fiom C. Clarence Dwn and Emma F. Uoc-n, liN win-, to Recoiihtiuclion Cm porution dated the 2m I WILL SIT FOR THE PURPOSE I OF COLLECTING TAXES on the following days and dates between the ours stated. Federalsburg, Saturday, October 1st 1 ]. in. till j p. in., Covey Williams' Store. American Corner, Thursday, Oct. 6lb 1 p. in. till 5 p. in., Sartain's Store. Greensboro, Saturday, October 8tl) I p. ni. till 5:00 p. in.,.Fire House. Rldgely, Thursday, October 1316 J p. in. till 5:00 p. m., Mitchell's Store. Preston, Saturday, October 15th 1 p. in. till f p. m., Covey's Store. Hillsboro, Thursday, October 20th 1 i. in. till 4 p. in., Thompson's Hardware Store. Henderson, Saturday, October 22nd 1 i). m. till 0 p. ni., J. C. Melvin'ii Store. This office -will be closed at 13 o'clock noon on the above dates SHERMAN L. TRIBBITT, Treasurer of Caroline County. lay of December, 1935 and recorded among tho Mortgage Records of Caroline Cmiily in Liber T.C.H. No. 32, folio 3G4, which .said mortR:iKC has been dmy ns-igncd to Wesley E. Thawloy foi tho purpcihe of collection :iiid luicclosure (default having oc- jiin.l in the covenants and condi- ions in said nioitgnge contained) the .iniictRigncd assignee will sell at pubic auction in front of the Couit House dooi in the town of Dcnton, Maryland on Tuesday, October 25, 1938 outwccn the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock ,). m. the following described proper- .y, to wit: ALL of that tract, part of a tract, jr parcel of lunil situate, lying and oeing in the Eighth (formerly the :-'ouith) Election District of Caio- line County, Maryland, known as ·The Fowling Creek Mill or Mills", aid property with the iinpiovcmonts .liereori consisting of the mill pond, mill dam, flood gates, sluiceway, mill race, the new grist mill recently rected on the mill site, and t^aid mill Order Nisi J. FJ1ANK LANE vs. ESTHER A. DEWITT, widow OLIVE GAUKEK and ERNEST GAUKER, her husband, GERTRUDE CATEY, and GERALD CATEY, her hu-band, HELEN C. DEWITT AND ESTHER A. DEWITT, Executrix ot the lasjt Will and Testament ol GRANT DEWITT, Deceased. In The Ciicuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. Chy. No. 3470 Ordered this 8th dny of September 1938, that the sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings, made and reported by WESLEY E. THAWLEY, Trustee be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 10th'day of November next; provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper piintcd and published in Caroline County once in each of four successive weeks be- foie the 10th day of October, next. The report states the amount of sales to be $4500.00. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. Tiuc Copy--Test: T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. 3 itc, which is more particularly described as follows: BEGINNING for the same at the jonerete wall on the west side of the flood goto in Fowling Creek Mill Dam ·ind on the south side of the dam and unning thence with the mill dam lorth 75 degrees eai-t 16 perches to he intersection of the county road jading to American Corner, thence ivilh the we-st i-ide of said roud north f dugiecs east 14 perches to n pine- tree which stands between the Mill mil the store of said C. Claiencc Jeen, thence running between i=aid nill and store due west 14 perches :o the we.st side of the we.stui nniosl bianch of Fowling Greek, thence with lie west i-ide of said creek in a south- i l y direction and following t h j .ncandcrings of L -aid creek, to the lace of beginning, containing ONE 1) ACRE and SIXTY-FOUR (64) JQUAKE PERCHES of land, more a 1 less; siiid mill site and the mill pond and dam covering about THIK- V (30) ACRES of land, more or ss, and being a part of the prop- ity devised unto C. Clarence Doen y his father, William H. Doen, by .is Last Will and Testament dated December 31 jt, 1918, and now record- d in Liber J.II.P. No. 11, folio 253, no of the Will Record Books for Jarolinc. 1 County, Maryland. IMPHOVEMENTS The improvements consist of n large new grist mill, fully equipped, .nd now in operation, together with ill appurtenances thereto, as above iusciibcd. This is one of the finest :nills nnd mill sites on the entire peninsula and offers a rare opportunity o anyone desiring to engage in the nilling business. TERMS OF SALE One-third of the purchase price /ill be required in cash on day of ale; one-third in six months nnd Lulancc in twelve months, or all cash .t option of the pujfbaser, deferred jiymonts, if any, to bear interest .rom day of sale and to be secured to -he satisfaction of the undersigned jssignee. Title papers and all documentary stamps at expense of purchaser. WESLEY E. THAWLEY, Office of the SUJIPI visors of Election! fot C.uolinc County, Doiitoii, Md., Sr.plumbcr 21, 1IKJ8. James Temple, Auctioneer. Assignee. NOTICE TO CREDITORS This is to give notice that the subscriber, of Caroline county, has obtained from The Orphan's Court for Caroline county, in Maryland, letters of administration on the personal estate of TILGHMAN F. TAYLOR late of Caroline county, _deceased. All persons having claims against the said deceased are warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber, with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated, _on or before the 8th day of April 1939, or they may otherwise, by law, be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons owing this estate are required to make prompt settlement. Given under my hand thi^ 20th day of September, 1938. SHERMAN L. TRIBBITT, Administrator. Order Nisi CALVERT C. MERRIKEN, Assignee vs. JOHN R. MARINE and BESSIE P. MARINE, his wife In the Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. No. 3495 Chy. Ordered, this 13th day of September 1938, thnt the Sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings, made and repoited by CALVERT C. MERRIKEN, Assignee be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on r before the 17th day of November next, provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline County, once in each of four successive weeks, oefore the 17th day of October next. The report states the amount of -.ales to be $1,000.00. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. True Copy--Test:-T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. NOTICE of Intermediate REGISTRATION To the Voters of Caroline County: In compliance with Article .1,'J ol tho Code of Public Genera] Laws ol the State of Maryland and the amendment thcictn, notice ih hereby giveu t h a t - t h e OHiteis of Registration fot Carol n- county will sit in the respi-r- tive election distiicts at the time aiil places hereinafter slated, for t'n. purposes named in and by the piovisirm-i of Article 3.'). For tho purpose of registration of voter,- the Registers will sit on Tuesday, October 4th, 1938, between the houis of 9 o'clock a. in. and 9 o'clock p. m. The .second and last sitting for registration will be on Tuesday, October 11, 1938. between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 9 o'clock p. m. The places of sitting will be as follows: First Election DL-trict at HENDERSON; Second Election District at GREENSBORO Third Election District-First Precinct at DENTON; Third Election District-Second 1'ieeinct at DENTON; Fourth Election Disti ict at PRESTON; Fifth Election District at FEDERALSBURG Sixth Election District-First Precinct at I1ILLSBORO; Sixth Election District-Second Piecinct at WEST DENTON; Seventh Election District at RIDGELY; Eighth Election District at AMERICAN CORNER. The Registers will also sit at tho above named place; on Tuesday, October 18, 1938. between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 9 o'clock p. ni., for the purpose of REVISION ONLY. EDWARD W. LAPHAM, THEODORE F. SCHMICK, JACOB 0. WILLIAMS, Supcivisors of Elections for Catolinc county, Maryland. RUSSELL W. FLUHARTY, Clerk. Order Nisi CALVERT C. MERRIKEN, Assignee vs. JOHN R. MARINE and BESSIE P. MARINE, his wife In the Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. No. 349G Chy. Ordered, this 13th day of September 1938, that the Sale of the property mentioned in these proceedings, made und reported by CALVERT C. MERRIKEN, Assignee be ratified and confirmed unless cause to the contrary thereof be shown on or before the 17th day of November next, provided a copy of this order be inserted in some newspaper printed and published in Caroline County, once in each of four successive weeks, before the 17th day of October next. The report states the amount of sales to be $1,000.00. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. True Copy--Test:-T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. Our Business Has Been Built On Prompt And Courteous SERVICE Established Over 27 Years ' Funeral Directors Put ill that classified advertisement. Auditor's Order Nisi IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FRANCIS X. TROXLER, INCOMPETENT In The Circuit Court For Caroline County. In Equity. No. 3303 Chy. Ordered this 23rd day of September 1938, that the Auditor's report, mad and filed in the above proceedings, ho ratified and confirmed, unless pom cause to the contrary be shown with in three weeks from the 24th day o September 1D38, provided n copy o this order be inserted in sonic newspaper printed and published in Caroline County once in each of two successive weeks before the 3rd day oJ October next. T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk, True Copy--Tcht: T. CLAYTON HORSEY, Clerk. Notice To Creditors This is to give notice that the subscribers of Caroline county, have obtained from the Orphans' Court for Caroline county, in Maryland, letters of administration on the personal estate of THOMAS HAYWARD MEEKS late of Caroline county, deceased. All persons having clnima against the said deceased are warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated on or before the 8th day of April 1933, or they may otherwise, by law, be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons owing this estate are required to make prompt settlement. Given under my hand this 22nd day of September, 1938. JULIA E. SMITH, W. DUKES MEEKS, Administrators. Notice To Creditors WANTED Good yellow corn. Higher cash prices paid. O. A. NEWTON SON CO., (7-9-tf) Phone 2B51 Bridgeville, Del. This is to give notice that tho subscriber, of Caroline county has obtained from The Orphans' Court for Caroline County, in Maryland, letters testamentary on thu personal estate of PARRAN T. RUSSELL late of Caroline county, deceased. All persons having claims against the said deceased are warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber with the vouchers thereof legally authenticated, on or before the 1st day of April, 1939, or they may otherwise, by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. All persons owing this estate are required to mako prompt settlement. Given under my hand this 13tli day of September, 1938. FRED R. OWENS, Executor. Primrose Grill Tea Room Next to Miss Marshall's Beauty Parlor DF.NTON, M A R Y L A N D I'hnnc 240 Meals Sandwiches Special Reservations for LUNCHKONS and PARTIES Open Saturday Nights N O T I C E At a meeting of ( h e Hoard of Directors of The Farmers Supply Company, hehl on September 13lh, 19:18, 1, the newly elected manager, uas directed to sell only for cash or trade after October 1st. By going on a cash basis we will prevent, the rather considerable losses which alnns come lo tliosc M h o jfive credit. We will also save much in bookkeeping expenses. These savings w i l l enable us to give you belter service at less cost. We hope you will co-operate w i t h us in the effort to bring better sen ice to all of «ur customers. W. M. SPICIIER, Manager The Farmers Supply Company E S S K A Y ALL-PORK SAUSAGE f'ftiored Howls Esskay uses only the finest young pork and imported spices* to assure you of plus quality and finer flavor. Ask your Esskny dealer for Esskay All-Pork Sausage in the handy reusable howls. Eight different colors -- get a whole set. SSKAV B QUALITYflBT In Bowls THE WM. SCni.UDnilBKnG-T. J. KDHDLE CO. uttLna MONET TO HOME USE One of the principal aims.of Uiia bank ii to develop home territory. Our loans an largely centered Lere. We are encouraging and cooperating with local enterprise. This takes so much of our time that w« have little !cf. f;.- catsi-Je interests. Ycu arc i/...kJ to become a depositoi of this active, community-boosting bank, The Peoples Bank of Denton, Maryland JEWS PA PER I .NFW SPA PERI

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