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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, November 25, 1912
Does not 'bring you any
Thankfulness, start a
with us and Thanksgiv
ing next year will he
different- - -for the better
Bank 6c Trust Co.
JUST BELOW P. O.
T.) .T FT. nisrhoff, to erect an adobe
i .jith and Park, estimated value,
1 0 0 1 .
To El Paso Bridge and Iron Co., to
i net a tool house, Santa Fe street;
'Miniated cost, $300.
West side of Ange, between Cliff and
Rner street F. H. Ballev to M. E.
Bailey, undiided one-half interest in
t i, and south 16 feet of lot 7, block
Alexander's addition; consideration
' Aug. 15. 1912
Southwt tt corner of Bisbee and Alta
s'jeets K L. Warren to Albert B. Ahr,
ts 17 to 2, block 129, East El Paso;
- liberation $10.10. Nov. 15, 1912.
-'uth suit of Savannah, between
I ision sticct and Florida avenue
i ules A. Talor to Perry-Kirkpatrick
-f-mpan. lots 30 and 31, block 108.
ALL AMERICA is
- now smoking
this pleasing "Turkish-blend"-must
that it gives better satis
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the pleasure? Simple
package, so we can afford
to say 2 for 15 cents.
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Repairing and bupphes
Highland Park; consideration $1044.
Nov. 11, 1912.
El Paso county, Texas J. L. Dixon
to C C Dues, lots 6. 14 and 15, block
12, subdivision No. 2, Newman's addi
tion to Fort Bliss; consideration $300.
Nov. 12, 1912.
Ysleta, Texas A. G. Foster to Fran
ces B. Foster, 170 acres, Ysleta grant;
consideration $13,600. Nov. 22, 1912.
Northeast corner of Review avenue
and Myles street A. Courchesne to El
Paso Ice and Refrigerator company,
lots l to 12. block 4: south side of
Louisville, between Martinez and Cour
chesne streets. lots 17 to 32, block 13;
south side of Richmond, between Mar
tinea and Courchesne, lots 28 and 29,
block 16. northwest corner of Louis
ville and Myles street, lots 5 to 16,
block 17. northwest corner of Rich
mond and Byron streets and southwest
corner of Altura boulevard and Byron
street, lots ll to 22, and 23 to 34. block
24; north side of Savannah, between
Park avenue and Myles street, lots 8 to
13, block 39, surrounded by Memphis,
Russell. Frankfort and Byron streets,
block 48: all in Altura Park; 'consider
ation $52,510. Nov. 19. 1912.
West side of El Paso, between Cliff
and River streets A. J. Fullan to F.
N. Hall, lot 5 and northerly six and
one-half feet of lot 4, block IS. Alex
ander's addition; consideration $3500.
Nov. 15. 1912.
North side of River, between Circle
avenue and Brown street John J.
Dawson and wife to W. W. Brookner
company, lots 17 and 18, block 296,
Plerce-Ftnley addition; consideration
$10. Nov. 11. 1912.
El Paso county, Texas A. C. Scalet
to D. R. Williams, sections 4 to S,
block 7C section 10. block 75. public
school land; consideration $10,000. Sept.
South side of Douglas, between
Grama and Luna, streets George Beau
dett to Mrs. George McQuaid, lots 29
and 30, block 124. East El Paso; con
sideration $400. Oct. 30, 1912.
Northeast corner of Nevada and Ore
gon streets Nettie M. VanEpps. and
husband to M. H. Peterson, easterly 44
feet of lots IS to 20, block 10, Alexan
der's addition; consideration $4010.
Nov. 22, 1912.
Licensed to 'Wed.
Javier Jill and Solidad Cisnero.
Andres Galindo and Benigna Campos.
E. C Finklea and Jessie Brooks.
To Mrs. G. O- Sanders, Finley street;
To Mrs. Jose Guerra, First and Cot
ton avenue; Nov. 20.
To Mrs. Manuel Pera, 5071-2 South
Virginia street; &ov. 10.
To Mrs. Benito Saragoza, Eighth and
Leon; Nov. 28.
To Mrs. Miguel Vail ex. El Paso and
Fifth; Nov. 22.
To Mrs. Harry G. Clunn, 1200 North
Oregon street: Nov. 30.
To Mrs. M. Burella, 2010 Bassett ave
nue: Nov. 18.
To Mrs. Robert Berry, Madera and
Lincoln; Nov. 15.
To Mrs. J. H. Collard, 3300 Montana
street: July 18.
To Mrs. M- R- Raymond, 1705 Wyom
ing street: Nov. 20.
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SI BIBLE REVISION CABBIES
Required 25 Years to Complete Task and Old Fashioned
Words Are Often Eliminated; Catholics Plan Send
ing Automobile Chapel Into Southwest; Eng
lish Cleric Would Blow Up Seminaries.
The ifew edition of the Bible, In
'which modern words appear and dis
puted meanings are decided in ways to
suit Baptist theological views, has seen
25 years preparing. As long ago as
1883, at a Baptist conventon held at
Saratoga Springs, this revision was
proposed, and a tentative organization
formed, named the Bible union, to se
cure funds for the revision and publi
cation. A leading spirit In the task
was Rev. A. J. Rowland, for many years
the head of the American Baptist Pub
lication society, and to that society
was assigned the ,task of bringing out
the translation when completed. The
money to pay the cost has been raised,
much of it with difficulty, by public
subscription, and chiefly from Baptists.
The foremost scholars in superin
tending the work of translation and
revision were Prof. Barnard C. Taylor,
of Crozier Theological seminary; Prof.
J. R. Sampey, of the Southern Baptist
seminary at Louisville; Prof. Ira M.
Price, of the University of Chicago,
and the late president Harper, of the
same university. Prof. T. J. Conant's
earlier work in the Pentateuch was
used by Prof. Taylor, the latter also
revising the books of Job, Joshua,
Ruth, First and Second Samuel and
the Psams and Proverbs. Prof. Sam
pey's work was wholly in the Old Tes
tament. President Harper engaged in
the work while ill, his task being a re
vision of Isaiah and the minor Pro
phets. The object of the revision was
to secure a text that will be faithful
to the original, especially as Baptists
hold the original to be. There was
also the desire to be rid of archaic or
old fashioned forms of words.
The most striking change is that of
the insertion of the word "immerse"
In brackets after the word "baptize"
wherever the latter occur. This is
the Baptist tenet. Other changes are
not primary, but merely interesting, as
the employment of the word "man"
for Adam in the earlier chapters of
Genesis, and "woman" for Eve; the
words "great fish" for whale in the
Jonah Nineveh story: and the use of
the word "underworld" for hell as of
ten as the latter occurs. Changes that
"cannot possibly be questioned, yet
startle at first, include the simple 1912
word 'Tove" for "loveth," and "lead"
for "leadeth," and so on. The book it
self in appearance, reminds one of
any copy of the Bible, the work being
Bible, missionary and other society
officials, and foremost pastors, even
the Baptist ones, refuse so far -to dis
cuss the new version, and so far as in
dications go -show little interest in it.
A "few say it is an assertion of the ex
treme Baptist position on form of bap
tism, started, long ago and coming to
expression at a moment when unity is
in the air. They intimate, but will not
say, that it is therefore discordant and
out of its time. Others say it will go
the way of similar revisions, of which
there are many, and that there are far
more pressing matters before tne
WILL SBND AUTO CHAPEL
TO SOUTHWTSST CQtJJfTJtY
The Catholic Extension society, with
headquarters in Chicago, has an auto
mobile chapel. Its main features are
altar and sleeping accommodations for
SENTENCE SERMONS IN
PULPITS OF EL PASO
' "Repentance is net n matter of words only, but ef deed; not a matter
of sentiment, but ef the heart and ef the life." Rev. Henry Easter, of the
Church of St. Clement.
"It was net the invasion ef the Huns er Gauls that weakened the mis
tress of the seven hills. It was the internal corruption, the loss of manhood
and vromnnhood of the Roman people that caused this Brent empire to
crumble." Rev. C. IV. Wehdell, ef the Trinity Methodist church.
"The church hold the balance ef power in America today; If It would
muster lis forces and charge, there la net a nefarious Institution In all the
land but that weuld be utterly routed. Rev. A. X. Boyd, of the Highland
Park Baptist church. .
"Christ stands at the threshold ef the temple ef our lives, with the outer
court of the body's appetites, Its iaaer court ef the mind's motives and
purpose; and its innermost seHl, known only te self and Ged. Xeed he cry,
'Take these things henee, make net my father's heuse a house, of merchan
dise." Rev. E. C. Morgan, ef the Highland Park Methodist church.
"Our love to Christ is gemg t find its mat practical expression in our
duty to the church, which is hi body, the pillar and ground of the truth,
whose foundation stories ore cemented with the blood ttalrli n cruel end
shameful eruelfl-ion 'wrung from his veins." Rev. J. F. AVI 1 1 lams, of the First
"One of the marvels ef sanctified wlsdam was that our state mission
board should have laid out the work ef the whole year, had collected and ex-
pended $126,660 la its preseeatlen and then weuad up the work with just Sf50
te the good." Rev. R. T. Hanks, otthe Calvary-Houston Square .Baptist
"God's trae servants are the faith faL self-sacrificing men and women
who stand ready te give their lives, if necessary. In defence of the gospel."
Rev. Ed L. Mllllean, ef the Bast Kl Pase Baptist ehurch.
"The celebratlen ef heme mission
service to be rendered, emphasised the
method of approach." Rev. P. J. RIee,
"Some day eur name will be stricken from the roll of the earthly living
and people will say, 'He Is ne mere)' they trill whisper, 'She Is dead.' But In
the dawning of a new mornlHg Ged's shining angel shall make a new name
upon the scroll te which we shall ev er answer present In the rollenll of
heaven, present with "the Lerd.' Kcfi J. B. Abbett, of the Westminster Pret.
"At this time ef-. national thanksgiving let us not fall te pray that the
divine 'gaidanv'e: wHIek- has breaght as this far In safety RB1 honor may be
graeteusly continued UrlBg the years te eeme, for concord and umity vtlth
ether notions and fer righteousness an d peace In all eur trays," Rev. Ken
neth Urswii, or; tJKst EI Pj&e, Pres-byterlan church.
' ' '!More people -are' KHyt y of .the sin ef
Herman G. Porter, ef theTHttt Methodist
"To confess a sentiment is te strengthen It. Gratitude expressed Is grati
tude confirmed." Rev. b. L. Overstreet, ef the First Presbyterlcn church. t
"When God made the axe swim fer KHahs, he preved his Interest In every
day difficulties. Has he made Iran te swim fer sr" Rev. H. II. Combs, of
the St. Paul's Lutheran chureh.
"A merely moral life has no saving
eut on the final day If not flHert with
ef the Zlen Lutheran church.
"Our Thanksgiving, individually, ean ealy be. Hot for the things that
have eeme te us. but fer the wse.we have mak of them, and, nationally, net
for material progress, bHt fer progress teward manhood and womanhood."
Rev. Miles Hansen, of the First Caagregatlennl ehureh.
"la the affairs of this life, men generally recognize and act upon the Im
portance of opportunity. Our text toda announces an opportunity as su
perior to every other as the Immortal soul is superior to the body, as eternity
is superior to time, as heaven is superior to earth." Ret. H. I. Bond, of the
Kast LI Taso MctUoulst church.
ALONG WITH BAPTIZE
priest and chauffeur. The altar pro
vided, it is possible to offer seats out
of doors in suitable weather, and as
the auto chapel is to do its work chief
ly in the southwest this winter, It is
expected the weather may not inter
fere with the plan. Sleeping places
are provided, not so much for comfort J
ba In aavci KAtnl AvnonOA The OTtArlnp '
of the auto resembles a carryall, save
the excellent but prominent lettering
on the auto top.-
The initial experiment of auto chapel
was made by the Rev. Bernard Vanghn,
of London, whose chapel is somewhat
larger than the American one. Some
Protestant opposition was stirred up,
and bands of Baptist ministers adopted
the follow the trail plan of campaign,
used by Republicans and Progressives
in the recent political campaign here,
and went from town to town immedia
tely behind Father Vaughn's cam
MAY POSTFOXB THE
The Sacred college of cardinals, from
which a new Pope is chosen when such
course becomes necessary, is now re
duced to CO of whom 35 are Italians.
This reckoning counts Carinal Falconio
an Italian, as, of course, he is, al
though a naturalized American citizen.
He is now a member of the Curia, or
governing body of the church in Rome,
and will not return to this country. In
the election of a new pope he will ne
reckoned with Italians. The reduction
In number in the college has been rapid
of late. The last death is that of car
dinal Capecelatro, archbishop of Capua.
This late archbishop was more gene
rally known outsie of his church than
most cardinals because of his great
learning, and his many writings. He
was the librarian of the Holy Roman
church. He was in his 89th year. With
a majority of 10 Italians in the college
it is seen that pope Pius X. follows, as
did his predecessors, the conservative
policy, so that any talk at this time
about sacrificing the Italians, and cre
ating large numbers of American.
English or German cardinals is idle.
It is predicted that not more than five
cardinals will be named in February,
if so many, and there are not a few
who think that no consistory will be
held at that time.
I'KRII.S OF KORHAN PASTORS
ARE SUBJBCT OF DISPUTE
Rev. Dr. Wilton Merle Smith, of New
York, just back from-Japan and Korea,
and Methodist bishop Harris, of Korea,
just now in America, to attend the
Methodist foreign board meeting, but
hastening back to the far east at once.
give directly opposite accounts of Japan
ese intentions toward Korean pastors.
One declares Japan to be guilty of acts
that are a blot upon her claim to civili
zation, and says Christian prospects in
Japan are under a cloud. The other
says Japan has acted with high honor,
and that Christian prospects in the
far east were never brighter.
Some two years ago Prince Ito was
murdered on a. railroad platform in
Manchuria. The man - who huntoft
down the conspirators who were be
hind the murder is now governor gen
eral of Korea. Two Korean malefac
tors were arrested for some offense,
and accidentally there was discovered
week has broadened our scope of tin
Importance of union and taught us the
ef the First Christian church.
lagratHudc than any other." Rev.
value, liven burning lamps will go
the ell ef faith." Rev, 1'. G. BIrkmann,
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a plot to murder this governor general.
The plot having been unearthed fur
ther, Protestant Christian pastors of
Korea, were found to be involved. In
deed, two Methodists were in the num
ber, and even the name of bishop Har
ris an'il some other Americans got
mixed up. The total number of pas
tors arraigned was 123. and a few un
der one hundred were convicted. The
cases have been appealee. The pastors
were heads of some of the largest con
gregations in Korea.
Rev. Wilton Merle Smith, a leading
New York pastor and member of the
Presbyterian foreign board, says the
pastors were convicted solely upon their
own confessions, but that these con
fessions, wrung from the prisoners by
torture, were afterwards repudiated
by all. He calls the convictions' gross
miscarriages of justice, a blot upon
Japan's national honor. He talked
with physicians who treated some of
the pastors for their tortures. He
found Japanese self sufficient and
proud, and believes them to be land
grabbers from China, possibly from
Mexico. He says they are land hun
gry. Bishop Harris flatly contradicts all
of these reports. To the Methodist
ministers of New York, he personally
and publicly stated, within a week,- that
American Methodists have no oause for
fear for the welfare of Methodists in
Korea, or of any Christians there. He
states that the Japanese government
accidentally discovered the plot, and
to its surprise discovered the part of
Christians in it.
ENGLISH CLERIC SAYS IIB
WOULD DYX-VMITB SXMLXARIBS
Canon Hensley Henson, the famous
English ' anglican divine, lately rector
of the parliamentary church, St. Mar
garet's. London, but now to become
dean of Durham, has just closed a tour
of American universities and theologi
cal seminaries and sailed for home. He
refused to talk of the universities, what
he thought of them, but the seminaries
he called back numbers, and they are
turning out impossibles, and wished
he had dynamite, some spare time and
the requisite permission to go about
America and blow them up. He made
careful distinction between seminaries
that acknowlege allegiance to no re
ligious body, and those that are run by
fiusis mm uyui iucue iciuuuuw,
?3..k.. ... X .. . , 1.. . X )..u,a
for Methodists, and so on. It was only
tne latter be would dynamite, xne
former class he praised.
The canon thought the great blot
upon American moral standards is the
divorce mill. He professed to be
shocked by headlines in tne newspa
pers announcing the granting of di
vorce, and declared Americans are un
dermlning their moral fabric. The Ro
man Catholic manner of handling the
divorce and remarriage matter will not
do, he said, but he felt sure the
churches can unite in putting an end
to the scandal in a right way. The
canon has been in America for three
months under direction of Rev. Dr.
Edward C. Moore of Harvard.
CHRISTlCiJfS AJMB GtvtN'G-
IIKLP TO WOUNDED IX WAR
Two'organraed movements are now
soliciting money to send to the suf
ferers from the Balkan war. Both of
them come from the churches, and both
have already cabled funds in some
amounts. Both of them are also co
operating with the merican Red
Cross-ne 1s fostered by the men and
women of New York and Boston who
are especially interested in Robert col-
I lecre. Mrs. Russell Sage . has con-
! tributQd $5,000, and a total of about
$30,000 has aireay gone to Constanti
nople. It is not to be used, for tne
Turks exclusively, but for sufferers on
both sides. Especially is relief to be
extended to teachers and scholars in
Asiatic Turkey should any danser
come to them. In these schools, par
ticularly those In Constantinople it
self, are students from Macedonia. Al
bania and all parts of the countries of
The other movement appealing to
Americans for funds, with New York
and Washington headquarters, is com
posed of women of prominence who
organized upon the solicitation of
queen Olga, of Greece, who sent the
word through the state department.
She generously asks, not for relief for
allies sufferers alone, but for all. and
has sent descriptions of the wholly in
adequate hospital facilities. About
J 5.000 has already been sent to
Athens from American women, chiefly
church women, in response to the
WOMAN FINED $200
IN TELEPHONE CASE
Miss H C McNair, alias Mrs. Grace
Huntei, who was arrested Friday by
the citv detcmes, following the rob
bery of the Tn-State Telephone com
pany booths, was fined $200 Saturday
atfernoon by judge Adrian Pool, in the I
corporation court. The defendant plead
ed guilt to the charge and threw her
self on the mercy of the court Tho
ke which It v as said as used in
openinp the toll boxes, was in:i odueed
In e idence The woman testified that
a rp in 1' the i, r", nf i;i'1e Wt -ley
elt lWi HeUrv m s i-i iilnn n Te'
J B Smith ho' was arrested on the I
same charce w ,ts also lined $200 He i
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
E. M. Bray.
Jr. E. Roberts.
W. B. Arnold, Cashier.
Sig. N. Schwabe, Assistant Cashier.
St. Clement's WiU -Tot Join
the Union Service on
Pre-Thanksgiving services were held
In the churches Sunday as a prelim
inary to the Thanksgiving wee, in
cluding the union service of the
churches Thursday at the Trinity
Methodist church. Special Thanksgiv
ing prayer services were announced
Sunday for the midweek service.
Thanksgiving service will be held at
10 oclock Thursday morning at the
church of- St. Clement, as this church
will not participate in the union ser
vices. The meetings for the week at
this church are: Tuesday at 2:30, the
Guild; at 4 oclock. the Altar Guild;
Friday at 4. the Bible class; Saturday
at 2:30, the Junior Auxiliary at mux
Nevada street. The annual bazar will
be held Tuesday, December 3.
The prayer service at the Trinity
Methodist church will be a thanksgiv
ing meeting. The Missionary society
of this church will meet Tuesday at
3:30 for a literary session.
Paster Gees te Dallas.
Rev. J. F. Williams, of the First
Baptist church, has gone to Dallas to
meet with the state board of missions,
of which he is a member. At this
meeting the appropriations for the
year will be announced, and Dr. Wil
liams hopes to obtain sufficient funds
for a city and valley missionary here.
Home Mission week closed Sunday
evening with union services at the
First Presbyterian church. The, two
principal talks were given by Rev. E.
C. Morgan, of the Highland Park Meth
odist church, who spoke on "The Ad
vantages of Unity," and Rev. P. J. Rice.
of the First Christian cnurcn. wnom
f UKieet was. "The Solid Front Pre-
I r - ,M
. gented By the rotesiant r orces xo-
t ChHreh Relleall Servlee.
The rollcall service at Westminster
Presbyterian church Sunday morning
waa attended"by 140 of the 247 regular
members. In addition, there were a
number of .non-members present. The
Missionary society of this church will
meet in the Sunday school room Tues
day afternoon at 3. The Highland Park
Missionary society will meet witji Mrs.
Lizzie Fennell, 332 Erie street, Friday
at 3 oclock.
Friday evening Percy McGhee will
talk to the boys of the East El Paso
Presbyterian church. Rev. Kenneth
Brown, the pastor, will preach the
Thanksgiving sermon at the Canutillo
Thanksgiving Prayer Servlee.
A special thanksgiving prayer ser
vice will be held at the First Presby
terian church Wednesday evening. The
February division of the Aid society
will meet at the church Tuesday after
noon. . , , .
The Baptist Young People s union of
the Highland Park Baptist church, will
give a musical entertainment Thursday
The first meeting of the laymen s
. i mwHnn of the First Chris
tian church will be held this evening
at the churcn. A supper win ir ""
at 6:30 p m. and an open meeting will
be held at 7:15. Judge L A. Dale will
be in charge of the program.
To Give House Warm tag.
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Ed L. MilU
can. wife of the pastor of the East El
Paso Baptist church, will give a house
warming at her home in East El Paso.
At that time a box will be prepared to
be sent to the Buckner orphan home.
The weekly prayer service at the East
El Paso Baptist church will be held
Thursday of this week instead or
Wednesday and will be a service of
The'vid society of the Calvary-Houston
Square Baptist church will meet
Tuesday at the chaper on the corner or
xrnr.c ar.fi VirCinia streets. Mrs.
Thnmrxion fintee. will lead the devo
tional exercises. Mrs Kimble,
T.ne Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs.
will be the hostesses.
The Woman's Missionary society of
the Highland Park Methodist church
will give a Thanksgiving social at the
home of Mrs. George W. Sharp m High
land Park Thursday evening.
THREE MEN' VRRESTED OX
CHVRGE OF STEALING GRAIV
Mounted policeman Ira Ware Satur
da afternoon recovered 3300 pounds
if bran alleged to have Deen stolen
from the Hawkins dairy. Mrs. L. M.
Hawkins phoned police cmei i ?. ua
v is Saturday that she m'ssed a quan
titv of feed" from her barn. Ware was
dttHiloil on the case and that afternoon
he had the grain in the barn, and Jesus
Lopez. 1" TaLimantes and Tranquiliro
Colics in the ntv jail In addition to
tne hiio of the theft of the grain.
the men are charged with cutting the
wire of the i"l'oad rightofway
thi i nsli w hi' h t n si , the 21 nn
u -. ttii' 1 1 1 v r- : p-t- ' e J ,
t . iv - iMi'; . 'L i
H. E Christie, Secretary.
P. L. Atkinson, Assistant Cashier.
J. H. Pollard. '
B. L Worsham.
XL D. Bowman.
To Those That
Laugh at a
How often have you seen a drunken
man stagger along the street?
His clothes are soiled from falling,
his face is bruised, his eyes are dull
Sometimes he curses the boys that tease
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drunken effort to placate a pitiless,
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That drunkard is
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And the word of the Lord came onto
him. (Elijah.) saying.
Arise, get thee to Zarepath. which
betongeta. to Zion. and dwell there:
behold, I have commanded a widow
woman there to sustain thee.
So he arose and went to Zarepath.
And when he came to the gate of the
city, behold, the widow woman was
there gathering of sticks: and he call
ed to her. and said, fetch me I prav
tbee, a little water In a vessel, that I
And as she was going to fetch it, he
called to her, nd said, bring me, I
pray thee, a morsel of bread in thine
And she said, as the Lord thy God
llveth, I have not a cake, bat an hand
ful of meal in a barrel, and a little oil
in a cruse: and, behold, I am gathering
two sticks, that I may go in and dress
it for me and my son, that we may eat
it, and die.
And Elijah said unto her. fear not;
go and dos thou hast said: but make
. me f a mtle rake tnt. and
bring it unto me, and after make for
thee and for thy son.
For thus saith the Lord God of Israel,
the barrel of meal shall not waste,
neither shall the cruse of oil fail, until
the day that the Lord sendeth rain
upon the earth.
And she went and did according to
the saying of Elijah: and she and he,
and her house did eat many days
And the barrel of meal wasted not.
neither did the cruse of oil fail, ac
cording to the word of the Lord, which
he spake by Elijah.
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