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September I, 1921
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8CIIOOL N0TF.8 OP JACKSON
For Wrk Ending Aag. 19. 1921
(Too late for publication taut week.)
I visited Sand IJrk school Tuesday
morning, August Iflth, Willie Hamil
ton ia teacher. Willi had fine attend
ance and (rood order. Tueiiday ve
ning visited Hert Roue' school, Cheat
nut Flat. Mr. Ron had tin order.
One could wi 11 soon aa h entered
the room that Ma Ron wai putting
forth an effort Wednesday night I
visited the Sinking Valley dUri-t
arhool, which ia U-ing taught by Mra.
Cordelia Hammona. Her we found
very pood attendance and line arhool
management by the teacher, who haa
proven herself in thla district
Thursday morning viaited Logan Mil
Irr'i school, known aa the Logston
school. Mr. Miller certainly had all
h Every pupil in the district wa
present. Prof. Miller had nir pic
ture on the wall; everything waa
nrst-rate at Logton. Later we via
ited Vernon Harrison, teacher at
Blanton Flat Vemon had fine at
tendance; also had nice flower In J
the room and picture on the wall.
One could see en entering, there waa
interest in thla arhool. Prof. Harri
son can make good. Thuraday eve
ning w viaited Ted Harrison, teach
er at the Burnt arhoolhouse. Ted
had hia full number in attendance
and waa working good with his
welcome smiles. Friday morning I
viaited South Fork, the teacher, Mia
Ethel Lainhart Here I found one
among the best schools yet visited.
The teacher and pupils all ahow much
Interest in their work. Two portion
of the walla were covered with the
handwork of the arhool. Many nice
picture were on the walla also.
Miaa Lainhart ia a teacher her com
munity should be proud of. Next we
visited Ed. Sperkman, teacher at
Irip Rock. One could tell on enter
ing the door (hat Mr. Sparkrjian was
doing thinga. Pirturea were on tht
walls, map made by the children's
own hands were hanging in the house,
pirturea of odr presidents were in
front Prof. Snurkman waa at his
work with full attendanre. I must
say I think his time count. Next!
viaited Mlsa Ollie Lainhart, tearhcr at
Pond. Thia ia Ollie'a first year. She
haa had fair attendanre and fine or
der and good irterest in her work.
I am sure Ollie will make good
Friday evening I visited Hertor John
son, tearher at Foxtown, Mr. John
son had fine attendanre and good or
der. Hia pupila like him very much.
Prof. Johnaon la making good, The
parent think well of him and be
lieve aa a teacho- he is Surpassed by
R. O. Corneliua,
Supervisor of S. of J. C.
(Too late for publication last week.)
Sinking Valley, Aug. 23. Mrs.
Mandy Abner ia very ill with flux.
Elac Moore, one of our neighbor
men, died with typhoid fever Satur
day night. Oscar Isaacs haa had a
aevere case of sore throat Leonard
Skinner and Misa Susie Abney got
married Thursday. Mra. Reekie Jane
Isaacs, who haa had a aevere rase
of blood poison, la Improving. The
death angel visited Esau Isaacs'
folks and took from them their darl
ing little baby a few daya ago. Bill
Shearer from Clear Creek visited Sol
Hammond Monday. Lota of neigh
bor men from thia vicinity attended
court at McKee, Monday.
(Too late for publication last week.)
Sum! Gup, Aug. 21. We are hav
ing great rains, for which we are
very thankful. There ia a great deal
of sicknesa in this section, but most
of the patients are convalescing.
Mr. Cogan Johnson, who has ty
phoid, is yet very poorly. We are
sorry to learn of the death of Mrs.
Wansley Powell. She had many
friends and relatives here who great
ly sympathize with her bereaved
family. We were sorry to learn of
the serious condition of the little aon
THE COOK SMILES
The cook if, all smiles,
Th bread is light and gay,
A tack of Potts' Gold Dust Flour
Made them get that way.
For Sk Byf All Grocers
R. L. POTTS & SON
la full bw Ik writer. The mm
of too faith. WrHe elelelr.
of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Gabbard, but
are pleased now to learn thru The
Citizen of hia supposed recovery.1
We trust the next news may be still
more satisfactory. Sylpha, the
daughter of Mr. and Mr. Larkin Ker
by, waa seriously ill last week, but
ia slowly Improving. The remain of
an infant daughter of Mr. and Mra.
Henry Roger of Connersville, Ind., '
waa brought here yesterday and en-'
t erred In the family burying ground
on Durham Ridge. Mra. S. B.
Chrisman and family have returned
from Estill and Madison counties,'
where they went to visit relatives. I
Mrs. Chrisman waa accompanied
home by her neice, Bertha Tuttle.i
who will spend an extended visit
among relatives here. Mr. and Mra.
Jease R. Durham and little daughter,
Mahle Loraine, of Hamilton, O., are
spending an extended visit with their
parent here. There waa a family
reunion held at the home of Rev. and
Mra. G. V. Clemmon recently. All
reported a good time. Mrs. Dewell
Bicknell ia on the declined list but
slowly improving. School at this
place ia progressing nicely with
John W. Smith aa tearher. Patron,
pupila, and teachers should cooperate
in behalf of the betterment and up
lifting of our schools. We are high
ly pleaaed by the election of our cir
cuit judg and sheriff, aa these are
the most important office In regard
to the enforcement of law (bring
ing the wrong fellow to the right
place, etc.) We think the men who
are elected to fill these offices are
worthy of their place and can trust
them to do their duty. Hurrah for
Justice and The Citizen.
Drip Rock, Aug. 25. We are still
having some good rains. Corn crr.ps
look the best they have for year,
old farmers say. A few people from
here attended churrh at Sand Spring
Sunday. They reported a good meet
ing and one addition to the church.
Mr. and Mra. Joe Richardson and
children spent Saturday and Sunday
with Mr. and Mra. N. H. Isaacs. Mr.
Joe Eversole attended the junior
lodge at MrKe Saturday, of which
he ia a member. Jim Sc enters and
Mis Nellie Powell were quietly mar
ried at the home of bride's father,
Mack Powell, Thursday. Miaa Nettie
Parson and children of Berea spent a
few days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Blanton, recently. Chas.
Webb haa gone to Ohio. Seveial
from this place are attending circuit
court at McKee thia week. N. II
Isaacs spent Sunday night with hia
grandson, Naith Powell, of Foxtown,
and journeyed on to McKee Monday.
Rorn to Mra. Julius Byrd, a fine
boy, whose name ia William H. Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Rose visited Mr. and
Mr. Gentry P. Lake Monday and
Tuesday. Bud Isaac and family
visited Dan Alcorn and family Sun
day. Mr. and Mr. Thomas Baker
have returned home from Irvir.e,
where they have been visiting Mrs.
Baker's sister, Mr. Rosa Miller.
They also attended Mrs. Miller's
wedding when she was married to
George Wolfandbarker, Thursday.
Scott Blanton and little daughter,
Ruthy, visited Abe Coffc Saturday
night. Roy B. Williams spent Sun
day night with Pall and Miss Hm,
na Isaacs. Vernon Lakes spent Fri
day night with Pall Isaecs. John P.
takes Is repairing the old school
house at Pond, Ky., and is certainly
doing a nice job on it. Elkin Gab
bard spent Saturday night with
Mitchel Richardson and also pur-
. M ! f.il-
cnasecj a sneep :rom mm. Lime
Linville Sparks 'has been suffering
. it... I
Dixliy rrom moon prison causen oy
sticking a tack In hia leg. Mr. Eva
Powell ami children visited her
grandparents on Mid Jl" Fork, Satur
day night. Everybody seems to be
keeping quiet smon the election is
over. DrinkinR seems to be a thing
of the past
Herd. Aug. 2(1. Mr. and Mrs. Dex
ter Welch of Welchburg spent last
week with Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Far
nier of thla plac. -Mrs. Stephen
Wkiiei Slalioa, Ky.
Farmer, who ha been tick, la able
to be out again. Misa Jewell Mc
George gav a party last Monday
night in honor of Conley Flanery.
There waa a large crowd present and
all seemed to enjoy themselvea. Mr.
Flanery returned to Louisville on
Wednesday. Edgar Reynold and
Misse Jewell McGeorge and Icy
Farmer attended church at Oak
Grove last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
Bill Hillard of Illinois have been
visiting relatives at thia place for a
few days, Born to Mr. and Mra.
Robert Akemon, a fine girl. Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Smith of Turkey foot apent
last Saturday night with Mr. and
Mrs. Minor Gordon. The little baby
of Mr. and Mrs. Will Madden was
laid to rest in the Farmer cemetery
last Saturday. Messrs. I. S. Mc
George, Shafter Davidson, Ben and
Bob Farmer have gone to Irvine this
week. Mrs. Dnn Parker of Burning
Springa apent a few daya last week
with her daughter, Mrs. I. S. Mc
Carico, Aug. 29. Sam Roberta is
building a barn at present Sunday
school ia progressing nicely at Flat
Top. Regular meeting next Sunday
by Brother Bowman at Flat Top; all
come. Mr. and Mr. Chas. Ford
were visiting the former's parents,
Dan Ford, Saturday and Sunday.
Orbin Smith haa hauled two loads of
watermelons to market and sold
them at good prices. Sam Roberts
had a sprouting last Friday and got
twenty men and boys and a fine day's
work done. Ben Tussey is drilling
him a well at present. Fodder is al
most ready to pull, in thia section.
Mrs. Orbin Smith had a bean string
ing last week and got lots of beans
(Too late for publication last week.)
Witt, August 23. Died, August
19th, Miss Iry Witt of Irvine,
Ky., formerly of this place. The
remaina were laid to rest at the
Gum burying ground. She leaves
her father, two brothers, and one
aister, several relatives and a host of
friends to mourn her loss. We ex
tend our sympathy to the bereaved
ones. Mra. George Grinstead of Wa
co, ia visiting relatives and friends
at this place. Mr. and Mrs. William
Boen viaited Mr. and Mrs. Joel Todd,
Sunday. Miss Daisy Winn, who has
been sick for several days, is able
to be out again. Several of the peo
ple from thia plare are attending the
revival meeting at Cedar Grove this
Vine, Aug. 27. Mrs. Martha Bice
was railed to Gray Hawk last week
on arrount of the illness of her
mother, Mrs. Louisa Tincher. Isaac
Pennington, Jr., made a business trip
to Mt Vemon yesterday. W. M.
Pennington, who was kicked by a
mule last Monday morning, ia still
improving. Mrs. Dora Whittymore
is very poorly. Vergil and Mendell
Morris of Berea have been visiting
relatives near this place. B. F. and
George Downey, Jr., made a business
trip to Manchester Wednesday. H.
II. Rice, one of the Board of Educa
tion, was called to Manchester, Mon
day. Miss Mattie Homsby of Ohio
spent the week-end with relatives at
this place. J. M. Wilson of Maleom
and Miss Martha Calihan were quiet
ly married last Sunday at the home
of Rev. Levi Pennington. May their
lives be long and happy. H. G. Pen
nington has gone to Garrard county
to seek employment.
Goochland, Aug. 29. We are hav
ing some fine weather at present
Crops are looking very fine since the
recent rains. The little son of A. P.
Gabbard that got hurt from fulling
off a mule is considerably better at
this time. The widow Jones at thin
place is very sick at this writing.
Jumes Cox ia slowly recovering from
typhoid fever. We had one of the
best sermons from Mr. Freeman on
last Sunday that we have had for
several days. He did talk plain, too,
and it was just what we needed to
have. We do not full out with the
preacher for telling the truth when
it is necessary to do so altho it
it hurts sometimes, but we must
stand it. There are always some
people who cannot bear the truth, but
it will stand when all other things
fail; so let us all turn out to church
and work for the Lord and leave off
this self-conceit and prejudice and
not hump up and say we are right
and everybody else is wrong. That
kind of religion won't do to die by,
or live by either, and so let us all
join hands in true love and friend
ship and go to work and fix up the
church house in good condition anJ
get ready for our new preacher from
Tenn., in the near future. A. P. Gab
bard Is planning on going out on a
drumming trip this week. We hope
he will have a good trip and sell lots
of goods. Everybody that needs
school books go ' to Gabbard's store
at Ciihland. The Odd Fellows at
Goochland met on Saturday evening
and had some unique work done.
Several visiting brothers were out
from Sand Gap. Everybody read
H A LTON FRAN KLIN
Jas. A. Franklin, an ex-soldier of
the World War, and Miss Lottie Dal
ton, age 23, both of Conway, Ky.,
were married at the home of Bro.
Burnett at Mt. Vernon, Ky., August
18. They spent their honeymoon
with Mr. and Mr. J. M. Crawford at
Brodhead and Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Langford at London.
The bride is the oldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dalton and is a
prrminent teache" of this county.
The groom is the youngest son of
Ella Franklin, end a prominent young
man. He was an ex-soldier, serving
three years in the U. S. army and
served in France, and was wounded in
action. They will make their home
with Mr. Franklin's mother, Mrs.
Ella Franklin. We wish them many
friends and a happy married life.
Taint Litk, Aug. 30. J. B. Creech
received a telegram today from the
Graves Registration Service, Hobo
ken, N. J., stating "that the body of
his son, Private Phelix Creech, had
arrived in New York City. The body
will be shipped to Paint Lick and
burial will take place at the Manse
cemetery. Private Phelix Creech was
killed in action October 4, 1918.
The protracted meeting olosed at
White Lick church Sunday with one
addition to the church. Mr. and Mr.
H. L. Stowe and family of Camp
bellstown, O., are in thta community
visiting relatives and friends. Mr.
and J. Stowe will leave soon
fosj , where they will make
theTr""Tuture home. Mrs. Virgil
Viars of Berea is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bryant
Panola, Aug. 21. Those on the
sick list Alfred Winkler, Joe M.
Powell and Imo Wilson are con
valescing. Mrs. Mary Chrisman is
visiting the family of her son, Syd,
in Jackson county. Granvijle Maret
wife and children, Ruth and Warren
G., of Ft Estill, were guests of rel
atives here Tuesday. Mrs. Jim
French is visiting the family of her
son near Richmond. Belle Wella of
Paint Lick has been the guest of
Uncle Charley and Aunt Miriam
Cox. Mrs. Lou Moore and
daughter, Mr. Will Shannon, and
two children of Frankfort were
guests of Mrs. Tom Kindred and
Mrs. Moran Durbin, last week. Geo.
Kindred of Berea is visiting relatives
here. Mrs. B. Revis is visiting her
sister, near Richmond, thia week.
Mrs. Matilda Hisel is visiting her
granddaughter, Mrs. Erby Bicknell.
Mrs. Nan Tucker has returned
home after a very pleasant visit with
relatives. E. P. Powell of Coyle and
P. V. Powell of Jackson county were
recent guests of Joe M. Powell.
Jule Webb, an aged and estimable
citizen of Red Lick, died last week
He waa interred in the old Red Lick
graveyard. Word comes to relatives
of the death of Feter Richardson (at
Garden City, Kansas), a former real
dent of this section. J. H. and Press
Wilson of Irvine were guests at the
home of Clay Wilson last week.
Minus French and son of Richmond
visited relatives here last week. L.
E. Cox has opened up a store in the
J. M. Kindred stand. John Cox has
put in quite a lot of groceries on
Knob Lick. Mrs. Ada Davis and
little daughter, Maxlne, of Latonia,
were week-end guest at the home
of J. A. Bicknell of1 Locust Branch.
Mrs. J. B. Kindred has been quite
(Too late for publication last week.)
Blue Lick, Aug. 23. Refreshing
showers the past month have clothed
the earth with a mantle of green
crops of all kinds look fine. The
Democratic Primary at this precinct
resulted satisfactorily for all con
cerned. From a social standpoint it
wos a very enjoyable affair, afford
ing an opportunity for both women
and men to meet and discuss the is
sues of the day and exchange their
several predilections for their favor.
ite candidates. Anh Flannery, who
teaches Physical Training in the
Battle Creek schools, ia spending his
vacation at tho home of hi parent,
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Flannery. W. L.
Flannery, who was farm manager
and agricultural teacher of Berea for
many years, motored from Perryville,
Mo, with his family and Is now at
the home of his parents in this sec
tion. The commercial barometer has
swung around from tobacco to fox
hound In this vicinity, the latter
commanding incredible price. T. J.
Flannery had the misfortune to have
on of his fine hound caught in a
steel trap, rutting off one foot and
laming it for life. Mis Sherman
Stewart has been visiting relative
on Red Lick. Mrs. Rosa Oliver of
Red Lick I visiting relatives here.
The faithful teacher from Berea
atill continue their redemptive work
in this vicinity, for whirh we are
(Too late for publication last week.)
Walnut Meadow, Aug. 23. Mr.
and Mrs. Win, Ogg, their son, Flemm,
and wife motored thru from North
ern Illinois to visit friends and rela
tives in this virinity. L. C. Fish
and wife have moved near Maydee.
The community around Todd school
enjoyed a social gathering Saturday
evening, at which pies wet e auction
ed for the benefit of interior improve
ments of the " schoolhouse. Mrs. W.
A. Ogg of Walnut Meadow, who has
been seriously ill for a number of
days with heart, stomach and other
troubles, seems to her friends to be
improving slowly. This community
is grateful for the fact that in spite
of the hot dry weather this summer,
there has been no epidemic or con
tagious diseases spread among its
people. The lato rain came in time
to do us lots of good. Pasturage is
fine around here and the late corn
crops are "coining right out."
Walnut Meadow will probably be well
represented in the series of meetings
now being held at the Glades and
Sliver Creek churches, since there is
a lull at the present time in the
work on the farm. George Newman
and his sister, Esther, from near
Athens, O., have been visiting at the
home of Lillie Ogg for the past
week. Mr. and Mrs. Stony Moore
were visiting the latter's parents in
Rockcastle county last week.
Silver Creek, Aug. 29. Mrs. Mnry
Brookshlie is visiting her brother,
W. B. Johnson, at Whites Station.
Pter Ingram, who had pneumonia, is
slowly improving., Ker. Comett of
London is conducting a revival at
this place now. There is good at
tendance and much interest shown.
Professor Bowman, who has been vis
iting in North Carolina, is expecting
to be home soor. Crops are looking
well owing to the recent rains..
lis hoped that the date will appear
soon when Dr. Alson Baker's play
will be acted out.
Walnut Meadow, Aug. 30. Miss
Myrtie Morgan, who has been away
visiting for the past week or so, has
returned home. It is reported that
Miss Pearl Hudson of this community
was united in marriage to Mr. Hall.
Mr. Hall was at one time a Berea
student. Lock Manual and family of
Lancaster were the guests of T. M.
Ogg and family Sunday. John
James surprised the community Sat
urday by bringing home his bride.
Mrs. James, whose former home waa
near Lexington. The community join
together in wishing them success and
happiness. C. C. Chrisman, who has
been visiting in this vicinity for the
past three weeks, has returned to
New Paris, O. We are very glad to
report that Mrs. W. A. Ogg is still
improving. Jewell and Lillte Ogg
left this morning for Gibson City,
111., where they will visit a few days
with friends and relative before rt
turning to their respective place of
teaching: Jewell to Youngstown, O.,
Lillie to Mechanlcsville, Iow Tha
new High Point school building,
which is to replace the one that was
burned, will soon be completed. The
construction work began some time
RULES FOR BOY SCOUTS.
1. Do not start a forest fire.
2. Tell all your couipanlona about
the diiumne which forest tires do.
S. ItKrt all forest tires to the near
est foreMt officer.
4. Leant how to fight forest Area,
and tuke. a band In putting them out
B. Plant forest trees In vaeuut cor
ners, waste placets abandoned fields.
on barren mountain slope aud other
6. iHwiroy Inserts which Injure and
destroy forest trees.
7. iK'stroy ruts, blights, and other
fungous foes of the forest.
H. Help clean up the forest by using
the ileud wood found lying on the for
9. Cut out only uiidwHlrable tree
and guurd the more valuable one.
Boy S.'uuu' I'lrst IWk of Forestry
Peakcr Is there any one here who
doe not believe In tlie basic principle
that the more hand there are the less
work there will lie for each worker!
Woman Yes, I don't believe It.
"And may I ak, luuduiu, what you
kuow about It?"
"1 aui a uiaulcurUt."
BUOYED UNIFORM DfTOUtATWNAL
B RKV. P. n. mZWATLB, O. D.
TMrMr mt Knllh Bible hi the Moody
blhla Institute uf Chlraco.)
C 121, Western Newspaper t'nlon I
LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 4
FROM PHILIPPI TO ATHENS.
LF.RBON TKXT Acta If I; 17:11.
OOIJjRN TEXT The anel ot the lrd
neajnpeth round about them that far
him. and dellvereth them.-Psalm m i.
KKf ibIlENCB MATEHIAL-I ana II
PRIMARY TOPIC Ood Takes Car f
Paul and Sllee.
JI NIOK TOFIC-A Mldnlfht Esperlenc
1NTKJIMKIHATB AND BKNIOR TOrit
C'eureae In the Pace of persecution.
YOl'NO PEOFMC AND ADULT TOPIC
Preavchln with PereecuUons.
I. Paul and Slla In Jail (vv. lH-D.
1. The occasion (vv. 1U-24). When
the demon waa cast out of the male)
her supernatural power was gone;
therefore, the source of revenue wa
dried up. This so exasperated her
owner that they had Paul and Silas
arraigned before the magistrates on a
false charge. Those men ought
to have rejoiced that such a
blessing had come to this poor girl.
They cared more for their gain than
for her welfare. This Is true of the
Inlqnltous crowding together of the
poor In unsanitary quarters In our ten
ement districts and the neglect of pre
cautions for the safety of employee
In shop and stores. Without sny
chance to defend themselves they
were stripped and beaten by the angry
mob and then remanded to jail, and
were made fast In stocks In the Inner
2. Their behavior la Jail (v. 25).
They were praying and singing hymn
to Mod. It seems quit natural that
they should pray under such condi
tions, but to sing hymns under such
circumstances Is astonishing to all who
have not come Into possession of the
peace of Ood through Christ. Even
with their backs lacerated and smart-'
ing, and feet fast In stocks compelling
the most painful attitude lo the dun
geon darkness of the Inner prison,
with a morrow before them Oiled with
extreme uncertainty, their heart went
up to Ood In gratitude.
S. Their deliverance (v. 26). The
Lord wrought deliverance by sending
a great earthquake which opened the
prison door and removed the chains
from all hands.
II. The Conversion of the Jailer
The Jailer's sympathy did not go out
very far for the prisoners, for after
they were made secure he went to
leep. The earthquake suddenly
aroused him. He was about to kill
himself, whereupon Paul assured him
that the prisoners were all safe. This
vii too much for him. What be had
heard of their preaching and now
what he had experienced caused him
to come as a humble Inquirer after
salvation. Paul clearly pointed out
the way to be saved "Believe on the
!.ord Jesus Christ." The word "be
lieve" means to yield to and fully obey.
The proof that the Jailer was saved 1
1. Transformation from brutality to
X Confession of Christ In baptism.
8. Ills whole household baptized.
III. The Magistrates Humbled (vv.
The earthquake brought fear upon
the magistrates. They gave leave for
the prisoners to go, but now they re
fuse to go, claiming that their rights
as Roman citizens have been violated,
and demand a public vindication. Paul
was willing to suffer for Christ's sake,
but he used the occasion to show them
that persecuting men who preach the
gospel Is an offense against the law
of Cod and man.
IV. Preaching In Thsssalonlca (vv.
At ThesKalonlca he found open
hearts. He followed his usual rjistom
of going first to the Jew (v. 1). After
witnessing to the Jews he went to the
Oentilea. Concerning the Christ be
1 "It behooved Christ to suffer"
(v. 8). No plainer teaching Is to be
found anywhere than the suffering of
Christ (lsa. S3).
2. The resurrection of Christ from
the dead (v. 8). i
3. The kingship of Jesus (v. T). '
The result of this preaching wa
that many Creeks, some Jews believed.
V. Preaching In Berea (vv. 10-15).
Ills method here was the same as
at- Theasalonlca. He entered ths Jew
ish syuaKogue and preached Jesus unto
them. The ltereaua received the gos
pel with glud hearts. Two striking
thing were suld about them:
1. They received the message gladly.
2. They searched the Scriptures dully
for the truthfulueM of tf'clr preucti
Ing. All noble uiluils huve (1) au
openness to receive the truth; ('.') a
buluuced hesitancy ; (3) a subjection
to rightful authority.
Exhortation te Holineta.
Aud the Lord make Jul to Increase,
and abound In love one toward ail' slier,
and toward all men, even as we do
toward you : to the eml he may establish
your henrts uiibliinuible In hullnes be
fore (iod, even our r'at her at the com
ing of our Lord Jems Christ with all
bis saints. I Tliessalonlaus 3:1.', 13.
When Cod Appear.
When we have broken our god of
tradition, and ceased from our god of
rhetoric, then may Ood fire the heart
With IDs presence. Emerson.