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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 17 October 1929

METKOk. THURSDAY. OCTOBER IT. lMt. H H .- * K; $5§ is sK- taa SP EC1ALS • Saturday, Oct. 19, and Wednesday, Oct. 23. We boast the Best Prices in town every day, except the R B System Specials on Saturdays and Wednesdays, which we are glad to say, are Cut Prices and Smashers of "Old Man High Cost." BANANAS Per dozen 15c ORANGES Pej dozen 15c LEMONS Per Idozen 18c GRAPES 3 pounds for 25c APPLES Johnathan, 2 dozen 39c One-half Dozen Free. BEANS Valley String, per pound. .. . 10c CELERY Per stalk 13c LETTUCE Per head 10c SALT BACON Per pound 15c TOMATOES No. 2, per can 09c SNUFF. 6-oz. Garrett's. ... 28c SHELLS 12-guage Smokeless Win- chester, per box 79c SLICED BACON Wilson's Fancy Rineless, per pound 29c LARD 8-lb. Bucket, Advance, fresh .$1.12 FLOUR 48-lb Paris Special, Fancy Patent $1.69 We buy more for less—we sell more for less Bring us your chickens and eggs if you want more money. PICKLES 6-oz. Sour .* 09c BUTTER Wilson's Creamery, per lb. .47c COFFEE 4 Pounds, 100 per cent pure...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 October 1929

Madisonville— Where the East Begins The Madisonville Meteor Madison Land— A Kingdom of Contentment — And Commonwealth THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR MADISONVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1929. NUMBER THIRTYONE DISTRICT BAPTIST ASSOCIATION WILL MEET HERE IN ANNUAL SESSION THIS WEEK Preachers, Delegates, Laymen and Church Workers From Three Counties Will Be Visitors In Madisonville To Attend The District Baptist Convention + + + + + + + + 4* + + + + + + ^ 4* + + .+ f ^ + + CHAMBER OF COMMERCE EXTENDS HEARTY GRATITUDE TO FORMER COUNTY MT WITH BANQUET Local Citizens Make Excellent Talks of W. H. DuPuy and Ex- tend Welcome to New Agent Baptist Association Will Hold Three Day Annual Session Beginning Thursday, Oct. 24 One of tHte most important gather- ings of the year will be held in Mad- isonville this week when the dele- gates from three counties will as- semble here to transact Church busi* ness for the year, 'i'here will be some 75 churches represented and perhaps several hun...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 October 1929

vm JHSPIlil *- ■! * ir- ' ' J' ■AMSONVILLE HURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1929- f'vVs^v ■K<w«y. '01:+' '- Jkr IwhikW Tfr w ^«rf«W— II Rl /. IE { # ♦ Millions of MUes of Constant Testing to Tyiflintflin the outstanding quality and dependability of The Chevrolet Six LARGE DEAD TARANTULA FOUND IN JAR OF BOOZE . Nacogdoches, Oct. 14—When Sher- iff Turner and his deputies looked into a two-gallon jar of shinny which they had taken in one of their recent raids, they saw something of a suspicious nature at the bottom of the jar. , On examination it was found that a full grown tarantula had fallen into the jar and drowned and then decom- posed. The tarantula was of the largest size. If this liquor had been strained and swallowed the sheriff says it- Would have produced almost instant death. ODORLESS SKUNK IS LATEST NOVELTY OF ANIMAL WORLD In spite of the fact that a million Chevrolet Sixes have al- ready been placed in the hands of owners, and have proved their performance and stamina by billions ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 October 1929

9 THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. HUB8DAY, OCTOBER 24, 1 M. FREIGHT TRUCKS HOGGING ROADS, SAY MOTORISTS The ultimate development of. motor transportation is a subject of much speculation on the part of many who have been observing the daily increase in the number of both passenger and freight motor vehicles on the public highways The ever increasing number of freight trucks on the roads is be- coming a problem to passenger travel and in some sections passen- ger machines are constantly forced from the roads. Will the steady increase of freight vehicles finally result in the building of highways on which only freight is to. be transported, pr will there be some regulation provided which will give the passenger machines equal rights on the present system of highways along with the freight vehicles? These are questions which are now being seriously considered' Many motorists are already com, planning of the inconvenience they are forced to undergo on account of the large trucks which are bein...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 October 1929

AM MAMSONVILLE MBTBUfc. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1929. MODERN WHITE LIGHT Aladdin :3b- . imumini<in■ v r# <T) near i f JZ. Y {mm kerosene j i Vll I [ CO AI . on. J \IVE time# asefficteit a* the best I kerosene lamp of the ordinary I-' kind. Cost only one-sixth of a ■cent an hour. Simple, safe, sanitary. ■Operates like old style lamp—noth- ing new to teanu This new improved Aladdin INSTANT-LIGHT * Mantle Lamp ■ you a modem white light from . sene. Nearest to sunlight of all ■artificial lights. Saves eyesight—caves ■money. Pays far itself in short time. [Now furnished with beautiful hand (decorated glass and parchment htiiMsmi ■LightBm I White Llgl MMlrated Herring-Turner Hardware Co. The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT. Editor and Prop. Entered m second-class matter lladisonville. Texas, under the act of January 19, 1890, at the post-office in March 8, 1879. In the county, year ... $1.50 Out of county, year 2.00 In the county, 6 months.. .... .75 Out of county, 0 months 1.00 Any ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 October 1929

TH1, KADISONYILLE METEOR. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1929. HMUIIIMUnilliraUBIIHIIIUI i iBiaaiiimiMiauaisiiimiiRimiMNaiiiai Closing Out Our Hardware Stock- j For the reason that we are going to quit the Hardware and Implement business we are offer- ing you our hardware line at a sacrifice in price. I € m Now if you are in the market for Stoves, all kinds of Dishes, Lamps, Tinware, Plows, Plow Points, Bermuda Grass Killers, Disk Harrows 16 and 18-inch Disks, Riding Cultivators, Wagons or Building Material, now is the time to make the purchase. Our Cost Mark is Our Price, some things for Less. We must sell this stock by January 1st, 1930. Yours to serve, PARTEN & IBBBBBBBBHBBBBBHBBBSS*HEeiEBBBBBBBBBBEB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB MADISON COUNTY FARM NEWS by B. F. Vance, County Agent Successful Terracing Demonstra- tion Held At Willowhole Several farmers, the Willowhole agriculture class, their teacher, Mr. 0. V. Robinson, and Mr, Turner from Madisonville ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 October 1929

THE afADISONTILLE METBOfe. HURSDAT. OCTOBER 24, 1929. V- , ac- we THE AGE OF MEDDLERS We live in a "meddling" age, ac- cording to Dr. Samuel C. Kohns, ex- ecutive director of the Brooklyn Federation of Jewish Charities. We are meddlers, says Doctor Kohos, in all sorts of fields where our ancesters were satisfied to let well enough alone. We meddle with all Borts of established standards with all sorts of established condi- tions. We are no* content to cept' anything as final; instead begin to tinker with it to see if we can not in some way make it better. All of this, quite naturally, has made fbr a lot of confusion. Some- times, our meddling seems to have spoiled things that we shouldn't have monkeyed with; at other times the things that need fixing the worst don't seem to get much attention. And, besides, the meddler is usually a big nuisance .Many people inconse- quence, feel that the game has gone far enough and that all meddling should cease. Yet, civilixation being what It la,...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 October 1929

THt. MAM80NyiLLB tHETEOR, HURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1929. Charter No. 6356 Reserve District No. 11 REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE First National Bank Of Madisonville, in the State of Texas, At the close of businness on Oct. 4th, 1929. 1. 2. 3. 4. B. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. RESOURCES Leans and discounts Overdrafts United States Government securit ts owned .. . Other bonds, stocks^ and securities owned Customers' liability on account of acceptances executed Banking house, $10,000.00; Furniture and fix- tures, $5,000.00 Real estate owned other than banking house Reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Cash and due from banks Outside checks and other cash items — Redemption fund with U. S Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer * Acceptances of other banks and bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsement of this bank Securities borrowed Other assets ' 203,904.09 482.-Jl 12,500. >0 4,696.19 - NONE 15,000.00 5,354.86 22,6...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 24 October 1929

m •me madisumilib jubiso,. THURSDAY. OCTOBER t4. Ittt. U ■ K*-' i Eg|Mr Mb' £ V mm SPECIALS — FOR — Saturday, Oct. 26, and Wednesday, Oct. 30. We boast the best prices in ^ town every day, except our R. B. Specials on Saturdays and Wednesdays. BANANAS Per dozen. 15c GRAPES 3 pounds for • .25c ORANGES Per dozen 15c APPLES Per dozen 19c SUGAR 10 Pounds in Cloth Bag 59c FLOUR 48-lbs.. Take Me, extra high patent $1.59 TOMATOES No. 1, Five Cans for. . 29c PEANUT BUTTER Wilson's Quart jar 37c SPINACH No. 2 Fancy 12c CAKES N. B. C. 3 3-4 lbs. assorted Sno Peaks * 69c We ALWAYS We ALWAYS pay you more for your chickens and eggs, etc., And sell you what you want for less. FIGS No. 2 Can, fresh ' 10c BREAD Madisonville Model Bakery, 2 for 15c SAUSAGE Vienna, Three for 22c TOBACCO 8-oz. Prince Albert, pipe free 48c CIGARETTES 3 packages for 35c CHEESE Wisconsin No. 1, per fround 29c Per pound. . . . 26c 19c MINCED LOAF BACON Smoked Be sure to get your Silverware Cou- pons before you leave the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 October 1929

Madisonville— Whwe the East Begins The Madisonville Meteor Madison Land— A Kingdom of Contentment And Commonwealth THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR madisonville, madison county, texas, thursday, october 31, 1929. NUMBER THIRTY-TWO City of Madisonville to Consider the Proposal of Installing a Municipally Owned and Controlled Light Plant At the meeting of the City Council next Monday a representative of the Pairbanka-Morse Company will meet with the city officials and consider on a light and power plant to be owned and operated by the city of Madisonville in the same manner that our water works system is owned and operated at this time. We are not in a position to state what the proposition will be or what is in the minds of the City Council. The above company, we understand, has installed a number of these city owned plants in different sections of the country and they make arrange- ments for the revenues to pay for the plant. Whether the income here is sufficient to meet the expense and pay the in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 October 1929

mis MADimyrrvYbLts hetbo^ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1929. NORTH ZULCH NEWS Ferdinand Rumfield was in the city Saturday from Elwood. H. M. Hooper of Houston has been m guest in R V Hibbit's home. He is a brother of Mrs, Hibbit. The brjsk norther that has blown up has sent folks hurrying and ■currying for extra coats and swea- ters. The first cold spell of the season. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zulch went over to Crockett last week, attended the ball game there and came back to Huntsville and spent the night, George Arthur Thompson who teaches at Midway is a frequent yiaitor in North Zulch. We do not know why he is in love with this place so much, but perhaps Miss Berry does. Mr. and Mrs. W E Shannon visit- ed relatives at Dobbin * Saturday night and Sunday. All the school children are looking forward to Hollo'een Night. The P T A is making arrangements for their annual carnivaj. Mrs. Hoke and some of the other teachers are getting up a program also for the occasion which prompises to be one of re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 October 1929

TBI. KADISONVILLJE UTETBOR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1929. IHMIUMHMI We Are Deeply Interested in the Welfere and Prosperity ot All this Gommonwealth Be The Word "Co-operation" One of the greatest in the English language is this. It points the way to most notable human achievements. It is a work for us here in Madi- sonville to have firmly imbedded in our minds. It is all we need to make this one of the finest communities in the world. It is the aim of this bank to recog- nize the importance of its meaning in all dealings with our customers. It exerts a profound influence on our policy, for our major interest at present lies in upbuilding the com- munity of which we are a part. Farmers State Bank Madisonville, Texas NO BOOKS WILL BE USED IN MICHIGAN'S NEW SCHOOL At Flint Michigan 50 picked youths between the ages of 16 and 19 years will soon begin an educational course | in which books will be conspicious •because of their total absence. They will attend class in overalls, and drafting ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 October 1929

■AMSONYILLE METBLmi. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 31, 1929. Jffik' * Special for Saturday LOAVES BREAD at THE MODEL 15c BAKERY G. P. WALSH PROPRIETOR REX THEATRE MADISONVILLE PROGRAM Wefk of November -1th to 10th The Madisonville Meteor J. A. KNIGHT. Editor and Prop. Entered as ascond-clasa matter January 19, 1896, at the post-office in lfadisonville, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. In the county, year $1.60 Out of county, year 2.00 la the county, 6 months .76 Oat of county, 6 months 1.00 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing: or reputation of •ny person. Arm or corporation which unintentionally may appear in the eolumns of the Meteor will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the management. SHORT WORKING HOURS AND TOO MUCH IDLE TIME A six-hour day and a five-day week may be among demands to be made by the express division of the Broth- erhodo of American Railway and Steamship Clerks, stated Robert Morgan, vice-president of the broth- erhood, wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 October 1929

TBI. KADISONTILLB METEOR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1 29. Closing Out Our Hardware Stock- For the reason that we are going to quit the Hardware and Implement business we are offer- ing you our hardware line at a sacrifice in price. • i Now if you are in the market for Stoves, all kinds of Dishes, Lamps, Tinware, Plows, Plow Points, Bermuda Grass Killers, Disk Harrows 16 and 18-inch Disks, Riding: Cultivators, Wagons or Building Material, now is the time to make the purchase. Our Cost Mark is Our Price, some things for Less. We must sell this stock by January 1st, 1930. Yours to serve, PARTEN & PARTEN [luimmmHBHimiii WILLOWHOLE CARNIVAL GOES OVER IN A GREAT WAY The Carnival at Willow Hole last Friday night which was sponsored by the P. T. A. was^a big success. The "Womanless Wedding" was the main feature of entertainment for the evening. Aubrey Dowell, the bride's mother, and Walter Payne; the groom's mother, are to be com- mended for the humor and pathos which they added to the occa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 October 1929

MABfSONYILLE METEoa. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 19 . H are Oakland features which make driving a real delight Foremost among the many convenience features offered by the Oakland All-American Six is the Cross- flow radiator. The Cross-flow radiator practically - eliminates losses of water and ah-ohol through boiling. Only Oakland in the entire medium-priced field employs the Cross-flow radiator. Foot- controlled headlights represent another great con- venience. Only Oakland and one other medium- priced car offer this feature. And it is such features as these, combined with Oakland's impressive performance, distinctive style and exceptionally long life, which make Oakland [ownership an un- interrupted experience in motoring enjoyment. EDITOR WHO TOLD J KENTUCKY FIRMS WILL TRUTH STILL LIVING MAKE U. S. WHISKY (Dawson, Gi%, News) ! Washington, D. C.—The prohibi- Yielding to the powerful impulse 1 tion department announced last week which comes to every editor to "tell ! that the American Med...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 October 1929

YHE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1929. MT. TABOR NEWS Not often very much happens in our small community that would b of general interest. If so I never seem to find it out. Schoo lbegan the 14th with a very efficient crop of teachers, so we all seems to think, as every body i seems well satisfied. Mr, De Witt Brown, of Higl Prairie, is our principal. Miss Idell Floyd, of Madisonville, teaches the Intermediate room, and Miss Sybil Ross, one of our home girls, teaches the Primary room. The childrer seem to like' their teachers so much that we are predicting very much success forth is year's work. Friday night the school gave a box supper which was quite a suc- cess, considering this very unsuccess- ful year in harvesting crops with small pay for them too. There were 19 boxes which brought $17.70, the fishing-pond $5.78 and soda water something over $6. Then there was a beautiful cake —baked by the Model Bakery, which went to the most beautiful girl in the house. Misses ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 31 October 1929

THE JlADlBOTTratJ! iTETEOiu THURSDAY, OCTOBER SI. 1929. FOR LOSS OF CHICKEN'S \ Wmi OWLS ARE RESPONSIBLE — FOR Saturday, Nov. 2nd, and Wednesday, Nov. 6. We Boast the best prices in town every day except our R. B. System Specials on on Saturdays and Wednesdays. BANANAS 2 Dozen (2 doz. Free) . . .39c ORANGES 2 Dozen G Doz. Free) ... 37c GRAPES Tokay, per pound 10c LETTUCE California, per head 05c TOMATOES Nice and fresh, per lb. . . 10c | REPORT OF THURSDAY'S ROTARY NOON LUNCHEON Be sure to get your Silverware Coupons when you check your groceries. FLOUR 48 lbs. Extra High Patent. . . . 1.59 COFFEE 3-lb. Can Rice Hotel 1.29 BEANS Cut Stringless, No. 2 can, each 11c PEAS No. 2 Snider's, Two for 39c OATS Aluminum, Mothers 28c For plain eggs we will pay 33c; for stamp- ed eggs 37c. For fryers 23c; hens over 3 pounds 21 c. Bring in anything you wish to sell. We pay more. SYRUP Pure Ribbon Cane, per gallon . 69c SOAP White Naptha, 10' bars 32c SHORTENING 8-Ib. Bucket 1.10 CAKES Sno Peaks,...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 7 November 1929

Madisonville— Where the East Begins The Madi Madison Land— A Kingdom of Contentment — And Commonwealth THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR MADISONVILLE. MADISON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1929. NUMBER THIRTY-THREE MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES IN MADISON COUNTY ARE BOTH ON THE INCREASE 0 U. S. Government Report Gives Some Fects end Figures For the Years ot 1927 and 1928 and Shows That Marriages Are Still Increasingly Popular MADISON COUNTY EXHIBIT AT HOUSTON SOUTH TEXAS EXPOSITION WINS TENTH PLACE IN AWARDS Leon County Slightly In Lead of Madison County on Mar- riage and Divorce Statistics Marriage and divorce statistics for | the year of 1927 and 1928 have been . completed by the U. S. Government for the counties of Texas, a copy of which has been sent The Meteor, and from which we reproduce the follow- ing information. During last year, 1928, there were 197 marriages per- formed in Madison county as against 167 during 1927. The divorces for last year were 36 compared to 23 the year of 1927. In L...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 7 November 1929

11 have you driven, a Chevrolet Six? w t A Ride tells a Wonderful > StoryI Have you felt the thrill of its six-cylinder performance—so smooth, quiet and vibra- tionless that you almost forget there's a motor? Have you known the satisfaction of its six- cylinder reserve power—ready to shoot you ahead at the traffic light, to carry you over the steepest hills, or to speed you along the highway? And do you know that anyone who can afford any car can own a Chevrolet Six? If you have never driven a six-cylinder car, it is im- possible for you to form any idea of Chevrolet per- formance from your imagination alone. Smootbiua! No rumble in the body—no tremble in the steering wheel—no vibration to loosen windows and doors! FUxibitityf Power that flows in a silken stream—and never a trace of ' 'lugging''! Quiet! Hardly a whisper from the motor. You can drive it for hours without the slightest noise fatigue! But why try to ttll you the story w*ien only a ride can give you the facts f Come ...

Publication Title: Madisonville Meteor And Commonwealth, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Madisonville Meteor and Commonwealth — 7 November 1929

# THE MADISONVILLE METEOR. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1929. Improved Uniform International SundaySchool ' Lesson' (By REV. R B. FITZ WATER. D.D., Dean Momly F.ihle Institute'of Chicago.) (©. 1829. Western Newspaper Union.) Lesson for November 10 WORLD PEACE THROUGH MU TUAL UNDERSTANDING LESSON TEXT—Isa. 2:2-4:11:6-10; 19:23-25; Acts 17:22-28; John 4:20,21 GOLDEN TEXT—They shall not hurt nor destroy in all my holy mountain, for the earth shall be full of the knowl- edge ot the Lord as the waters cover the sea. PRIMAR* TOPIC—Friends the World Around. JUNIOR TOPIC—Friends the World Around. j INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- ,IC—Working for World Peace. TOUNG PEOPLE AND AD/JLT TOP- IC—Our Share In Promoting Interna- tional Understanding. The lesson title Is somewhat mis- leading. It Is not world peace through mutual understanding, but through the actual coming of Jesus Christ, the Messiah, and the establishment of His kingdom on the earth. I. Messiah's Kingdom Established (Isa. 2:2-4). By "mount...

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