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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 29 August 1929

o TO MABIMNT1LLB THUR8DAY, AUGUST St, lMt. M i • r. m 11 H ' QUALITY, STYLE, SERVICE NEW GOODS FOR A NEW SEASON Plan your Shopping from our Stocks. MONTH-END SPECIALS Conveniently Displayed for quick choosing. JOHN B. STETSON HATS FOR FALL are now ready for men and young men who love to wear good hats. They are better looking than ever. $8.50 to $16.50 You will get more for your money than you expect when you trade at The Family St " - ore. SCHOOL DAYS -ARE APPROACH- ing, for the teachers and students alike will find it easy to make selections from THE FAMILY STORE NEW FELTS Ladies will find it a pleasure as well as profitable to select their new fall felt hats from our stock. $1.50 to $3.95 COATS—DRESSES Our coats and dresses for a new season, styled and fashioned from abroad, for style loving women are meeting with approval. You, too, are invited to inspect and compare. $9.95 to $55.00 HOME PHONE 8 W. L. CROUCH . STORE PHONE 158 Successor to Galveston Dry Goods Company. Madisonvil...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 September 1929

Madisonville— Where the East Begins The Madisonville Meteor — And Commonwealth — Madison Land— A Kingdom of Contentment THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR MADISONVILLE. MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1929. NUMBER TWENTY-FOUR CITY COUNCIL ORDERS TRAFFIC LAW ENFORCEMENT AND COLLECTION OF TAXES At Monday Night's Session Many Important Matters Were Considered by the Council and Emergency Measures Were Declared for Several Needs AVERAGE CORN CROP* IN* MADISON COUNTY FALLS DOWN V EXTREME low MARK OF PRODUCTION Heavy Increase of Traffic Thru Madisonville Calls For Strict Observance of Traffic Laws At a, meeting of the Madisonville city council Monday night of this week, several matters of public in- terest and of paramount importance were discussed. Some were settled at least for the present, others were de- ferred for future reference. Traffic Regulation The city recorders or corporation court was revived, and will soon be ( put in operation. Mr. R. P. Gibbs,; who is temporarily out of the ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 September 1929

THE KIADISONVILLE METEO., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1929. — f: u = Are Your Roofs Ready for Winter? Winter storms will soon be here. Is your roof weather proof against the onsets that will be made upon it? Right now is the time to see about having them made so. We have all the materials you will need. Why not use our Asbestos Shingles and cover your house for the last time? We also have in stock at all times Cedar, Cypress and Composition Shingles and Corrugated Iron Roofing. We can supply your needs in all kinds of building material Wooodson Lumber Company Madisonville, Texas ROAD WORK ADVANCES OVER 300 MILES A DAY * I Phone 182 M. Y. Vick, Mgr. IHBSCSSCSC BIG CORPORATIONS HAVE THEIR EYES ON THE YOUNG MEN The big coporations of today are getting the cream of our young men lined up with them so they may have dependable employes and in the fu- ture many have capable executives who will be qualified to take the place of the older heads when they become incapaciated for work to the best i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 September 1929

TBI, KaDISONVILLK MBTBOK. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1929. Improved Uniform International SimdaySchool ' Lesson' (By REV. P B. F1TZWATER, D.D., Dean Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) ((p). 1929. Western Newspaper Union.) * " =3 Lesson for September 8 NEHEMIAH REBUILDING THE WALL OF JERUSALEM GOLDEN TEXT—The people had a mind to work. LESSON TEXT—Nehemiah 2:1-7:4. PRIMARY TOPIC— Working To- Cether. JUNIOR TOPIC—Working Together. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—Teamwork. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- —Co-operation in Religious Work. In order to prepare to teach this lesson the teacher should master the contents of the hook of Neheniiah. Nehemiuh was a cupbearer to the Persian king. While performing his official duty he learned of the distress •of his brethren in Jerusalem. The walls of the city were broken down, Its gates burnt, and the remnant of the captives were in great affliction. This news brought by his brethren greatly moved Nehemlah. He sat down and wept and mourned several days, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 September 1929

' TUB MADISONVILLE METEO*_ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. l 2f. Every Working Part Needs Lubrication Do not neglect proper lubrication and greasing of the working parts of your car. Bring it to our greasing racks where experienc- ed men will correctly oil and grease every working part. To neglect regular greasing is to invite trouble. The cost is small for such an important service. It is just as important to keep your car clean. Let us wash it. Ever Ready Filling Station •uch amendment made as will be to the best advantage of all concerned. The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT. Editor and Prop. Entered as second-class matter Madisonville, Texas, under the act of January 19, 1895, at the post-office in March 8, 1879. ill afford to shoot doves over their dog for fear of spoiling him for hunting quail. Hence very few doves will be killed this year and the great trouble is they will have to be killed next spring to keep them from ruin- ing the corn crop when it is planted. This in itself will ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 September 1929

TUB MADISONVILLE METBv*. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1929. 4 Judge by tl Smile JL O It is always easy to tell what bread the children like best by their smile. Just watch the smile on their faces when you give them our bread. Our pastry is equally good, and rea- sonable in price. The lattery S. S. STRAHN, Proprietor Madisonville, Texas. MECCA NEWS Every one has a special invitation to come to Mecca Saturday night, as we are expecting good singing. MRS. REBECCA YOUNG SCOFIELD MARRIED TO THOMAS E. NELSON Mrs. Rebecca Young Seho^ield who was married to Thomas E. Nelson, a millionaire banker of Austin, last Mr. Marvin Fannin of Tehuacana is j week. She was formerly Miss Re- Tiere visiting relatives. Little Misses Ruby Pearl and La Rue Fannin of Madisonville are visit- ing their aunt, Miss Mae Bell Finnin. Miss Lela Martin of Normangee and Miss Jessie Mae Hicks, spent Saturday night with Miss Alice Childress. Mrs. Tony Hand spent Tuesday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Dave Batson. Mr. R. M. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 September 1929

>■ THE MADISON VILLE METEOR. THUR8DAY, SEPTEMBER 5, EH i ; Insure Your Destiny Against Adversities The man with a good reserve in the bank never worries about the dif- ficulties that hard luck presents. Adverso periods come to us all, and they come as certain as the good per- iods come. The loss of a job, sickness in the family, unexpected expenses of var- ious kinds may come to any man. The one who suffers least from such misfortunes is the man who saves regularly. It i at least a measure of safety or a safeguard against ad- versities. It pays to be prepared. THE OLD RELIABLE FIRST NATIONAL BANK A BANK OF THE PEOPLE RESPECTABLE LAW (From Fort Worth Star Telegram) In connection with a recent discus- sion of lawlessness in law enforce- ment as a contributor to general lawnessness in the United States,♦Mr. George Thompson, Jr., of Fort Worth calls our attention to the fol- lowing editorial which appeared in Law Notes, a journal for lawyers: "We hear a great deal of the fact that En...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 September 1929

THE MAMSMW1LLE METEw*. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1929. We Have Installed In Our Plant Every Modern Fact i!y and equipment necessary for the proper ginning your cotton. We are always every customer and every job is mindful that is important impoi tant. one We look upon every who comes to our gin as a friend, and it is our honest aim arid our sin- cere desire to please you with our ginning service. NORTH ZULCH NEWS and making ninnies of themselves about who gets the offices. ■ ■ | The anxiety of the politicians to Miss Winnie Merchison spent the keep prohibition and religion especi- week-end in Iola with her parents, j ally out of politics, and their frantic , Jack Zulch made a business trip demands and appeals that such mat-1 ■■■I Standley Gin MADISONVILLE, TEXAS to Houston Sundav. Miss Katherine and Jereldine Payne of Houston are here on a visit with their grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Payne and Dr. and Mrs. J. Zulch. Walter Taylor. Jr., has arrived home from San Marcos where he ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 5 September 1929

o THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. lt SP ECl ALS Saturday, Sept. 7, and Wednesday, Sept. 11. We are just as proud of our every-day prices as we are of our special prices on Sat- urdays and Wednesdays. BANANAS Per dozen 15c ORANGES Per dozen 15c TOMATOES Per pound 10c CELERY Per bunch 10c GRAPES 3 pounds for 25c Get our prices on eggs and chickens. PORK & BEANS Libby's Large size, 3 for 25c WASHING POWDER 10 for 33c SHELLS 12 guage, new stock per box. 69c FLOUR 48 lb. Special, Guaranteed the very best $1.65 We give profit sharing coupons with each purchase. PEACHES 1 1-2 in syrup, 2 for 27c MACARONI and Spaghetti, per box.... 05c PICKLES 6 oz. Sour 09c MUSTARD Prepared in Goblets, 2 for 25c 1 box large White King Wishing pow- der, value 75c, 3 bars Mission Bell Toilet Soap, value 30c, 1 mixing bowl in fast colore, value 75c. All for 74c SALAD DRESSING Milani's Full pint 23c RB SYSTEM CASH & CARRY Madisonville. Orange Front. West Side. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS LOCAL NEW...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 September 1929

Where the East Begins The Madisonvilie Meteor Madison Land— A Kingdom of Contentment And Commonwealth THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1929. NUMBER TWENTY-FIVE FIFTY FARMERS PARTICIPATE IN ESTIMATION OF CORN AND COTTON PRODUCTION Madison County Farmers Who Are Studying And Watching Super-Production of Crops Gain Much Information at Cotton And Corn Crop Demonstration SPLENDID PREPARATIONS PROMISES TO MAKE MADISON COUNTY FAID A TREMENDOUS THREE-DAY AFFAIR Just Ten More Days And The Madison County Fair Will Open With Splendid Farm Exhibits Crops Are Never So Bad But What A Demonstration Can Be Given of Exceptional Farming (By County Agent W. H. DuPuy) Field meetings were held on the farms of J. B. Manning and J. A. Whearley Friday afternoon, August 28th, for the purpose of checking up on fertilizer demonstrations of corn and cotton conducted on these farms by the County Agent, W. H. DuPuy. Twenty-one farmers entered the estimating contest t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 September 1929

WW Si THE JIADISONVILLE METEO^. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER It, 192 . l>r Are Your Roofs Ready for Winter? Winter storms will soon be here. Is your roof weather proof against the onsets that will be made upon it? Right now is the time to see about having them made so. We have all the materials you will need. Why not use our Asbestos Shingles and cover your house for the last time? We also have in stock at all times Cedar, Cypress and Composition Shingles and Corrugated Iron Roofing. We can supply your needs in all kinds of building material Wooodson Lumber Company Phone 182 M. Y. Vick, Mgr. Madisoirville, Texas UNCLE SAM AS A "HARD BOSS" There was a time, long ago, when European visitors to the United States were surprised at the small number of our Federal employes. Bureaucracy, as known in the Old World, did not exist here and the downtrodden type of government clerk so familiar to Europeans in their own countries was not to be found. In America a government job was something worth hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 September 1929

THJL KaDISONVILLB alBTEOR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 192 . Improved Uniform Internationa! I justice's stumbling block Sunday School • Lesson' (By REV. F B. FlTZWATEft. D.D., Dean Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) 1929. Western Newspaper Union.) Lesson for September 22 MALACHI FORETELLS A NEW DAY GOLDEN TEXT—Behold, i send my messenger, and he shall prepare the Way before me. JLES30N TEXT—Malachi 3:1-12. PI11MAHY TOPIC—The Promise of Cod's Blessing. JUNIOK TOPIC—The Promise of God's Blessing. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—Our Part in Bringing in a Better Day. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—Preparing the Way of the Lord. The subject of today's lesson Is broader than the printed text. In or- der to teach this lesson effectively tlie entire book should he surveyed. The prophet pointed out the sins of a corrupt priesthood, mixed marriages, and failure to pay tithes. I. The Base Ingratitude of Israel (1:1-5). God approached them with the ten- der afilrinatton, "I have loved you." It was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 September 1929

THE MADISONYILLB THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 192*. ' m The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT. Editor and Prop. Entered aa second-class matter Madisonville, Texas, under the act of January 19, 1895, at the post-office in March 8. 1879. PENITENTIARY COMMITTEE MEETS AT HUNTSVILLE Representative H. A. Turner and Messrs J. O. Thompson and J. L- Cooper were in Huntsville Monday to meet the Penitentiary investigation . .. «, committee who came down in answer o£i2S£: 1 « . ^ yP~p.«. In the county, 6 months - .75 setting forth the advantages of re- Out of county, 6 months 1.00 , locating the penitentiary at that i place. Mr. A. H. King, Chairman of Any erroneous reflection upon the | ^ committee and Mr. Bob Barker, REVIVAL AT CREEK character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which unintentionally may appear in the columns of the Meteor will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the management. A TWO-MINUTE SERMON BY REV. GEORGE HENRY Because His h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 September 1929

THE MADISONVILLE METEO* THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1929. CLASSIFIED ADS SCHOOL BOY—Wants to work for board while attending High School. See Supt. R. A. Manire. ltc. TRY our Big Four Cleaners. They will make you money. ALLEN & WILLIAMS GIN. 25-2. Anyone interesting in purchasing the old regro school buildi-itc file bid with It. V. Ford, Secretary ol' Board See the Style Show at the Rex September 11th and 12th. FOR SALE—Davenport, bookcase, and bedstead at a reasonable price. Mrs. B. F. Leonard. DAIRY FOR SALE. Place for rent. Fine saddle horse. Phone 245, P. 0. Box 207. H. F. Leigh, Hunts ville, Texas. 2 t. p. FOR SALE—Good 3 gallon Jersey milk cow with heifer calf, will give 3 gallons of milk. Going at $G0.00. I need the money. Walter Catoe. ltp. RESIDENCE FOR SALE—Good eight-room house with city water, fig and pecan orchard, 1 1-2 acres of land, can be bought for $2000.00, half cash, balance in- four notes. See J A. Knight or M. M. Brownlee. tf. Our Bread and baker supplies are as...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 September 1929

i W mma THE MADISONVTLLE METEOR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1929. Insure Your Destiny Against Adversities The man with a good reserve in the bank never worries about the dif- ficulties that hard luck presents. Adverse periods come to us all, and they come as certain as the good per- iods come. The loss of a job, sickness in the family, unexpected expenses of var- ious kinds may come to any man. The one who suffers least from such misfortunes is the man who saves regularly. It is at least a measure of safety or a safeguard against.ad- versities. It pays to be prepared. How t« Raise Poultry By Dr. L. D. LeGear, V* S# St. Louis, Mo* Dr. LeGear U a ef a Juaie of the Ontario Veterinary College# 1892. Thirty-six years of veterinary practice on disease* of live stock arul poultry. Eminent authority on poultry and stock raising. Nationally known poultry breeder. Noted authot and lecturer. . THE (By Dr. L. D. LeGear, V. S., St. Louis) THE OLD RELIABLE FIRST NATIONAL BANK A BANK OF THE PEOPLE KE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 September 1929

THE MADI80NTILLE METOMlt THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1929. We Have Installed In Our Plant Every Modern Facility and equipment necessary for the proper ginning of your cotton. We are always mindful that every customer is important, and every job is important. We look upon every one who comes to our gin as a friend, and it is our honest aim and our sin- cere desire to please you with our ginning service. Standley Gin Company MADISONVILLE, TEXAS THE BANK'S PART IN THE FARM PROBLEM R. H. Matthews was refused ad- mission to the municipal pool in Deal, Eng., on "family bathing day" be- cause the woman with him was not his wife. ANN AND OLE BROKE! BROKE! BROKE! Young Wife, "Oh, Tom, it's just about a year since our honeymoon, when we spent that glorious day on the sands. I wonder how we'll spend the first anniversary." Tom, (gloomily), "On the rocks."' Such Purity Safeguards the pause that refreshes Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Madisonville. Texas. By HELEN L. COFFIN Ann Teek says: "They've got what...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 12 September 1929

1 TBI, MADISOimLL* **TEOR. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER It, 1 29. | specials Saturday, Sept. 14, and Wednesday, Sept. 18. BANANAS Per dozen 13c ORANGES Per dozen 13c LETTUCE Per head 10c SUGAR 10 pounds for 58c SPAGHETTI Prepared, No. 2 Heinz . 14c FLOUR 48-lbs Take me, Extra high patent $1.59 CORN No. 2, Snider's Country Gent. 18c PEANUT BUTTER Armour's School Size, tin 18c ! It pays to bring your eggs and chickens to us. MATCHES 6 boxes for 15c TOBACCO Apple chewing, 2 plugs. . 25c THOUSAND ISLAND Spread 3 1-4 oz. 10c RICE 2 lb-Carton, Fancy River Brand 17c Remember, we give Wm. Rogers Silverware Coupons GRAPE JUICE Pint, Welche's 25c SOAP Guest Ivory, 6 bars for 25c i / V • I P (inn1: ! VLlilly RB SYSTEM ( CASH & CARRY \ Madisonville. Orange Front. West Side. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Harrington and Miss Merdith Thornton of Trinity daughter, Clerene, were visitors in is visiting Miss Maurine Woods this our city last Tuesday. i week. Mr. Johnnie and Miafc Eth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 September 1929

Madison ville— Where the East Begins The Madison ville Meteor And Commonwealth Madison Land— A Kingdom of Contentment THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR MADISON VILLE. MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1929. NUMBER TWENTY-SIX TEN MADISON COUNTY BOYS PRODUCE AVERAGE OF 86 BUSHELS OF CORN PER ACRE 4-H Club Boys Demonstrate That Corn Can Be Produced In This Count; Wit!) Excellent Yield Even When Weather Conditions Are Extremely Adverse MlSOmilLLE BUSINESS MEN MAKE SOBD WILL TOUR TO SUM TOWNS ADVERTISING THE El Rain Fails to Impede the First Accurate Records of Cost Show That Corn Can Be Produced At A Cost of 25 Cents Per Bushel (By County Agent W. H. DuPuy) That corn can be produced success- fully in Madison County has been conclusively demonstrated for the last three consecutive years, by the 4-H Club Boys. With a good corn year in 1928 for Madison County, several outstanding yields of corn were produced. One The average fertilizer cost the of the boys amounted to about fif- tee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 September 1929

TBI MAOISOIfTILLB METEOR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1929. Money. Opportunity Your Heres Fall is here and our Store is loaded with new, crisp, seasonable merchandise. Shelves are running over, counters are piled high with items that you will have to have for Fall and Winter Needs. Prices are astonishingly low, and you can buy more than ever before in your life. Shirts Blankets i iS:; I 'V •• I;V Extra Large size cotton plaid double blank- ets. Size 64 X 76 $1.95 pair. Staple Gray and Tan cotton Blankets with colored borders, large size. $1.50 Pair Extra Special One Lot Gingham 5c yd. MEN'S HATS 1 Lot Men's genuine Felt Hats. All shapes and colors. A REAL BARGAIN $2.98 Men's Work Clothes Made for Real Service Men's khaki work pants, Hong Kong and Powder Blue. $1.25 value—Special. . . .98c Men's Heavy Weight Mole skin work pants. Regular $3.00 Value $ 1.98 Men's Blue Overalls 98c "Big Buck" Work Shirts 98c New Clothes For Fall Ready for your Inspection This is a representative display of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 19 September 1929

*HE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. lv Improved Uniform International SundaySchoo! ' Lesson' (By REV. P. B. FITZWaTBR. D.D., Dean Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) (©. 1929, Western Newspapei Union.) Lesson for September 15 TEACHING THE LAW OF GOD GOLDEN TEXT—The entrance of thy' words Klveth lifcht. LESSON TEXT—Nehtmiah 8:1-18. PRIMARY TOIJlC—Studying God's Word. JUNIOR TOPIC—Studying Gods Word. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP IC—Finding; Joy in God's Word. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC—The Call for Trained Teachers. This lesson Is a tine Illustration ot the rightful place ot God's Word in the life of a nation. The only certain cure for national ills is a return r<• God and obedience to His Word I. The Word of God Being Rsad (vv. 1-3). 1. The eager assembly (v. 1). The people gathered themselves to- gether and requested Ezra to bring the book of the law. 2. A representative assembly (v. 2) It was made up of men, women an t children. The men did not leave flu spiritual...

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