The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 15, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 19, 1936 Page: 2 of 4
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by th« Orange
Tum p. o. as
or Carrier, 1 month .. $ .50
rate* wilt b furnished
ASSOCIATED PRESS MEMBEF
: I LA
Choice cut flowers ami "patted
plants for all Occasions. ORANOE
FWJRAL SHOP, Twelfth ami Green
PHONE 73. (1-Stf)
late ■ ■
credited chicks. < 12-804-30). '
' ' ' . U- - ■■I'
Krugo Furniture Store. dealers In
new and second-hand furniture. We
buy, trade and sell, Also hart- Croe-
ley Electric Refrigerators, priced |8S
up, and Crwsley radius, priced | J0.99
up. lit Border Street. Phone 439.
< 12-18-tf). V- :' ■'W&P&0 - ■
Chicks, Started CI}Icke, from tested
hens. Broilers, jf ryers and Fat
Hons. Hurry Clark'* Hatchery, Or<
F(,*1C UKN'T: Furnished Apartments.
#04 Fourth. <1-17-24).
TORRENT: XI *1^ furnished aj
ment to couple. 70S OI'een Ave. (1-
FOR REXT: Three room furnished
apartment. jltjg Elm." '
For rijnt: Furnished five room
house. Phone 945 or 323. 12.5 tf)
Small, unfurnished house or apart-
ment, hot water, Conveniences, gar-
age. Phone 4. t .
: ^ |' ' 11 '• ' ' ' 'i • ' ' " ' ' IT- I
FEMALE HELP WANTED
Wanted, immediately, refined lady
for local position.! Some teaching,
nursing or sales. ttij*«fcnce prefer-
red. Give address and phone. Write
Box J, care of-leader. (1-1S-21).
MALE HELP WANTED
Wanted, young man High srhool
graduate. Can earn .*3 tier day. At
least three months' work. Give phone
and address. Write Box II, care
of trader. (1-18.21).
■ .• We wahti to, se!ei-t reliable young
men, n«w employed, with foresight,
fair education and roeehanlcal In-
clination h, willing to train spare time
or evenings, to qualify .as^lNSTAL-
LATION and SERVICE experts on
all type* ELECTRIC 'REFRIGERA-
TORS and Air Conditioning Equip,
mcnt. Write fully, giving age, phone,
present occupation, Utilities En*.
Jnst.. K, care this paper.
Men and Women selling Life, Health
and Accident tiisuronce. Wo , train
}'ou. Experieuce imnecessury. Com-
mlssloof and drawing account, E. R.
Jackson. 421-2 Construction Bldg.,.
GOLDEN TEXT: "Thou shalt wor-
ship the l.A>rd thy Cod. and Hlin
only 'shalt taou serve." Luke
M 4t«. i fy mmm iw#*
SCRIPTiiRE LB?SON: Luke X:l to
It hud 'been 400 years sliii-e the
word of God came to any man. John
was Hying In the midst of a group
of worldly rulers that needed some
one with the true ufos-d nt Gail. The
ministry of John the Baptist is like
a sioiVii i*gO« lu "t!trr:hty1 ijr Mirei y
one is awakencsl by the fierce, thuil ,
der and lighting. After the night tho'
dawn coins*; the soul Is stilled and
the fear. Is vanquished. John Preach-
ed with such power the whole city
soldiers came, all of ' them wanted
;to know the answer to our question.
"What shall we do?" John told them
repentance and baptism was not all
they must -show Evidence of their
salvation by shading with others,
isn't that the true test after all? \Ve
say we are regenerated by t|ie blood
of Christ, but no one knows of It by
our dally life. It was for this cause
Johit admonished the multitude and
priests that came to be baptized,
John bilptlzed Jesus, but - claim e
he was "not worthy ti> unloose
latch on his shoes. When Jesus
prayed the closed windows of heaven
were opened and the Holy .^t'lrlt de-
(le.e'cnded Upon him. Tn*1y it was
Christian baptism, /ibc Father.
Jcsua (the Still) and'Holy Spirit,
: The geiiealofty of Mary, the mother
of Jesus, is given by Lujce while the
nrtrwnt in Matthew Is Identifying
-Jesuit through his father, or foster
Jesus xras^umon- and .vet Divine.
During Ms f.\st1>v Uie wilderness be-
fore entering upon >1^ public minis-
try wc see Satan trying hitn like we
are tried'. The Savious was iTo^dottbt
hungry from the forty days fas
This c ve the <,Dct 11 what he thousfht
an inside approach to cause Jesus
to fall. The appeal to the appetite
causes many t« give way under the
strain of physical de«irp.*"' Satan
asked .!<•'*mi tri prove himself by
turning stones Into b-ead. The reply
was timely. It was from th< Scrip-
tures, "Man sh'ill not live by ■ bread
.".lone, but by t be very word of God:
Ag'nl.n Satan tries to tempt Jeartis
hy asking him to fall dpwn and wort
ship him. The reply Is from -the
Scrlpturos, "ThoU sbalt worship the
Lord thy flod, ami him only sholt
thou serve." Not being satisfied,
nor is Satan evor satisfied,, he -makes-
hla last attempt. *IIo asks Jesus to
Jump from the pinnacle of the'! tem-
ple, nnd the angels Would keep him
from being'hurt. This was an appeal
to the vanity'of Jesus, but little was
tho effect. - The final answer was
from the Scriptures, "Thou sbalt not
tempt , the Lord thy God."
May we tnUe the . example, of Jesus
nnd pub Satan on the run by answer-
ing him with the Scriptures. .Does
the Devil ever tempt you? What Is
your .method of defense'' Try Jesus'
method, aml tsalan will flee,
Subltteil by Walter B. McN'ottly, Pt
All -tho Difference
Vhe« a girl ba been appointed monitor of the class
STOP THAT NQ\SE.
'.r.'';'- ■ .'0«u :v>'.1' &
'''''' ; " " ■> . ' 1 :■ . ■ .^.,
Rev. W. B. Blouht, Pastor
0:4: a. m. Illbl« school.
11 a m, Wor hlp. : : "
f:Au p. m. Christina linduavtme
ftW iv in. WnrsiiiAu.
7 H S. 'Worship.
S' . Ed R. Burr us, Pastor
• :4f< «. in, Sunday schoui.
II a. m, Worship.
5 p. m. Worship.
t: 15 p, hi. Young Peopte,
Rev. E. T. Driilse. 1'as^r
fl.lli 'I ill Millidif
11 a. ui, Worship.
1:30 p. ui. Voiiuk
Rev. Leslie Rogers, Pastor
av .. E. J. Davis, Pastor
a. in. Sunday school,
i a, m. Worship.
7 p. m. Epworth League.
7;SO p. m. Services-
CHVKC11 or CHRIST
9 30 a. in ,Sunday Bchj?.ol«
Rev. George Berberkh, Pastor
7 f.a. m. Mass.
t iu-m. Mass.
1:48 a. m. fix
11 m. Worship.
S.-4B p. m./B. T. U.
J:U0 p. ji. Worship.v
iBVTl ltlW CUAP|:l
Ifteenth mid Burton Str.-ots ;
:'4& a. in. Humify school,
p. in. Young people,
•7:1(1. p. in. Worship,
I FIRfrr PENTECOSTAL
600 Border St., Hov loo Coftjf,
- , Jhmtvr ■ / i,
.lads i .us. i e i'"4ii«wiluj ' wlnwifc" '"
11 a. tn. Worship.
u, iu. Young peopttw (
7:80 p. in. Worship, t'iP'
6:80 p. hi,
7:46 p. in.'
Sundy school. 9:45 a, in,
Holii «g J meeting, tl a. m.
Y. P. L„ « p. m.
Open air meeting, 7 p. m.
Solvation meeting, 7; so p.
WEST ORANt;K BAPTIST
-— Rev. W. it. McNeilly
#: 45 a- m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Worship,
7 p. m. B. T. U.
7:3o p. m. vj^ocship.
"Llf"" Is the subject Of the lessi'in-
cermOn whifrh wm" "nw4 in nil
«'hurt hfs of i 'hrist, Sci^n: 1st, un
Kunday. January J,0.
vThe Golden Toi,t to: 'i'Thls i.i the
ici-ord, . that G«-Ml b.n!i given lo us
etov'hal life, ami tJMii'-ttfr'
Son." (t John :>■ 11).
, Among tj n citation^ which ooni*
I'l'lST the les.Mon^sci'moitv| (he firfloW*
;tlw"-«ihter~~-"Txhe- Irf.nl Is
my -l!ght iind tu> s.-i!v:i(lon-; whom
shall i fc:tr'f tho Lord Is tlrk strength
of lily life: Of whom > sliulj i bo.
afraid?" (Psalias 27:1). ', \
His Vacation In
MANAMA CITY Panama, Jan. 18.
(AlV^)i', John l'\ CpuoOn and. his
daughterr^here on a vacation, tested
his winter 'ivaV.rt to-
"We'll see whether tho weuthep
ttn ees with us. rr it_ la too hot *ve
will go south," said Mrs. Myra IJuck-
ef, tiie daughter.
Mrs. llacker, who has bcyh tn ill
: health vocentlx^teflhowed two strain
j from.' the tripTBilt. .her father •appeari
i ed In goo«| „ health and^lie vva's reti-
; cent on the reprieve granted llrtino
j. Itichard Hauptniao^ find his dangh-
i tor dismissed the/Subject with ''there
;*ia no comment/in the day's nows.'!?
The "Jtifsle" .of thotta^bt'i gh eaaff | SA< 'RAALENTO. Calif., Jan. IS
said they would stay fof^teveml | RuiPpai* s/orlng in a high wind sent
dimin.utm- Dili (Wild.) ju-ihorn into
the lead of tlhi $3000 Sacruhieuto
open golf tout naihent today.
The Kentuiky golf\uaster started
tile second l S-holc rounoKjvlth a one-
stroke margin over Charles liacy,
Great Nock, Long Island; Emory
.liiimeririiin, .Portland, bi-cg., ami
AJrt St«tilrhu BrIene, N. J.
Chalking up three hurdles ' in «
round marred oiily by a six on a lfar-
four hole, Melhorn toured the course
in 71, one under par, He collected
11 purs and twu birdies on tho first
18 holes. -Js*
To Throw Off a Bad Cold
Millions have found in Colotabs a
most valuable aid In the treatment
of cold.-.. They take one or two tab-
lets the first night and repeat the
third or fifth night if needed. .
How do Calotaba help Nature
throw off a cold? First; Calotaba Is
one of tiie most thorough and de-
pendable of all intestinal ellmlnanU.
thus cleansing the Intestinal tract of
the gcrm-ladcn mucus and toxines.
Second, Chlotabs are diuretic to the
kidneys, promoting the elimination
of cold poisaosjxom the system. Thus
Calotaba serve the double purpose of
a purgative and diuretic, both of
which are needed in the! treatment
Calotabg are quite economical;'
only twenty-five cents for the family \
package, ten cents lor the trial
Jimmy's Right At That
American News P«Ium«. Ine.
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Want a cook
, v Want a clerk
Want a partner
Want a situation
Want to *eH a farm
Want to sell livestock —
i Want to rent nnd rooms ""
Want to sell town propfrty.
Wain io reeover, lo*t artih'les
Want:-40 rent house or farm
• Want to se!l 2nd band furniture
Wani to find i'ustomers for iinythlng
Advert Ine In the Orange lA<ader
Advertising gains ww customers
Advertising .keeps old rustomtrs
Adverllslng makes success easy
Advertising begets eonftdeiice
Advertising brings business
udvertlidhff h)ws energy ' ' i .
Advertise and succeed
Adv.,. consl ien:iy.
Adv. judiciously ...
Adv.. or., bust
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 15, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 19, 1936, newspaper, January 19, 1936; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth307729/m1/2/: accessed December 12, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.