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title: 'The Holt County sentinel. (Oregon, Mo.) 1883-1980, October 11, 1912, Image 4',
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We have just received 11 ear load of
Sewer Pipe and now can nupply all hUbb
in any (tunititiew.
Our line of Heating Stoves fa now
complete and ready for IiiHpectioH.
Yon are cordially invited to come in
and inspect our linen, which you will find
an complete aw any wliown in the city, and
the priccH are right.
ROBERT SMITH H'D'W. CO.,
II e Vol Ver Tht tmliii UM-C CO n IM Kcvoim Mtuh.
and Pistol Cartridges "
The red hill, brand ii choicn hy the majority of revolver and
ptilul experts hecauta Ihey know that
the ignition it prompt, uniform end tore,
the accuracy It guaranteed hy recordt
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Wot"'. Sttair-FIt Sho ll.plj Flic Rirnf J held hr A. I. Unc, tcnic HIS ci 'HI
World. Uuidnor rockti nivoitcr nicuru ncm or '
l-ne, tenra 211 ei 2J0.
World'a Grand Aim lata lodMJu.l Record held br A. P.
Laat, tenra 12.16.
World". Military H.crd belt! hr Strain! rcurion, tcara
all made with Rtmington-UMC ammunition
Jramiiif toiftMC-tka parftct shooting tomblnatloii
eariaftoa Amfl'aioB Metallic CarlriJe Co.
Wt rw4.tF 9 Ywl Clli
Fillmore Mills Grinding.
Having leased the Fillmore Mills, I have
repaired, renovated, overhauled and put in
first-class shape the building and machin
ery, and am now ready to do your Grist work.
Am Making as Good Flour as
was ever turned out by this Mill.
All I ask is to give me a trial. Following
are a few Prices:
Corn Chops $1.S0 per hundred
Wheat Chops I.(0 "
Corn Brim 1.00 "
W limit 1.00 "
Short I. SO "
Com and Shorts Mixed 1.25 ' "
Corn Meal .. 02 " "
Try My Flour and Be Con
ym& That TJi&re is Nonejctter.
1r. V. C. I'roml reports a tine lrl
batiy at the home of Win. Dinwiddle
and wife, Sunday. October ti, l'.UL'.
The better the day, the better the
.1. (r. Comer, than whom there Is no
better man In Unit county, has our
thanks for a tine head of cabbage,
weighing 9 pounds a tlnolotof wect
potatoes and turnips.
I.'p to Saturday. Sept. IMh, there
were "0,1170 pension clalmftadjudlcated
tinder the act of May 11, 1012. This
brought the progress of the work up
to May 21 last. On May 22U, .TJ.ooo
applications were received, and the
force of the Pension itureau is now
Dr. Evans tells us that both Mr.
and Mrs. K. O. Forney are Mmply
'dee-lighted:" that K. O. with some
.struggle Is keeping his mental ett
llbrtilm, and thinks he will be able to
control his spasms of delight, and l
stilt saying "thanks" to him, because
he left with them on Sunday last,
October Oth, a sweet baby girl. All Is
There are many rules for measur
ing corn. Inquiries conducted by the
Missouri State Hoard of Agriculture
how the following In common iim-:
Sixteen cubic feet of corn in the shuck
(or If extra will settled, l.'i feet) make
a barrel. The number of cubic feet
multiplied by (ledum! .4 gives
bushels. Multiply together the length
width and height of the pen or crib.
In Inches, and divide by 4,'.'ini for- old
corn, tir 4.300 for new corn, to g i
bushels. Where It can be done corn
should he weighed, rather than inca
tired. -Alfred llahler has Just had com
pleted a tine cattle cattle barn, 4"x.
feet, feet high, In which hu can
mow away "." tons of hay, besides' a
largecorncrlb,and adriveway through
the center.. Another Improvement N
a silo, IHx42 feel and which will hold
lli'i tons. In addition lit; has had Im
provements made to his residence that
adds greatly to Its appearance. This
work was done by the llamsay llros.,
and Is a No. I Job. lie has also hada
nice Iron fence placed in front of lil-
reMilenee by the Hubert Smith Hard
ware Co., of this city.
Is the name of the big fifteen tliou
sand dollar serial story which will up
pear in The Weekly Kansas City Star
soon, for the newspaper rights of
which t lie author received tl.'i.ixm.
The story, pronounced the greate-t
this popular novelist haswrlttcn, will
nut be publishtd as a book until it
has run serially In this newspaper.
The theme I- the Italian Math, and
against that sinister background the
author has thrown the -oftercolorMif
an absorbing and fascinating love
story. The toiy, while tragic in
tone, has tliu humor, prlglitllncs
and action tint have tiiaraiioilcil
his previous successes.
"The Net" will he emit limed h
liberal installments each week, will
fifteen powerful Illustrations by How
aril (illes. The subscription price of
The Weekly Kansas City Star Is
(Tills a year.
Subscribe now and avoid missing a
Address The Weekly K;ui-;n City
Star, Kansas City. Mo.
Real Estate Mimeograph.
I'CHUlOini W! hl.V III H. II. III! II VIUI-,
ciiiii k n-i wii is mi; noour mors.
Abstracter and Negotiator of Loans.
To Whom It May Concern.
Notice Is hereby given that the
partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned, J. II. Keoves
and It. S. Keeves, under the linn
name of. I. II. Keeves & Company. Is
this day dissolved by mutual consent,
the said It. S. Keeves retiring from
All debt due from the said part
nership will be paid by the said .1. II.
Keeves, and all debts due the said
partnership 4111 lie collected by, and
are payable to, the said .1. II. Keeves.
Ail done this inth day or Septem
ber, 1012. - H. S. Kkkvks,
J. II. Kkkvbb.
M. H. (Wright is making sorghum
molasses. He asks his old friends
and customers to get their orders, In
at once. Will deliver to customers at
Oregon. Call or address him, Route i
No. 1, Forest City, Mo. '
I will begin to make Cider at mv
place, at the Woods' school house, on
Wednesday, Sept. 25th,
and will also run Wednesdays and
Thursdays of each week until fur
Will li'ive plenty of barrols on band.
John Birmingham, agent for the
llurllngton railway at Forest City,
has returned from Ills trip through
the west, lie was accompanied by his
wife and sou, Harold, He reports lots
of " Hull Moosers" In California. ,
Transfers for week ending Sept em
ber 24, IUI2:
Ceo II Heatherington to WIN
lard V Meyer, sw 1H, ill, ;x,
"Kx w .VI ft l,r0
.Ino .1 llrown to Sam'l X Hut-
rick, sw sw, w of It It .'!!, ill1,'
3U . ! 2,(MI
John llodgln to Wm N llodgln,
n ne HI; sw mv l.'i. ill, 1
John llodgln to Wesley II Hod-arul
Wtht' llodgln to' Witrttfid-a '
llodgln, e ) uw; mv mv 15:
.se 17, ill, ;it 1
John llodgln to Win X llodgln
el al, lolsai.r,, block 7,
Harnard's Add, Malt land.... 1
Chas W Lukens to Clias Ansel
mcnt, I't lot 5; e 1 lots ,,
and H, block 1, Oregon :i,.Vhi
Susannah Itussel to Itobert L
Ituley, Ht frl block 22, Ore-
Thomas C llungan to Carey H
Hunker, w i:i ft. e lot o,
block 7, Oregon and ease
Samuel Davidson to Hannah K
(hidden, I'l Hlock 2l, Oregon 1.7.V)
Amanda Colvln to Jeremiah C!
Davis, lots IH, in, block 12,
Malt laud .V
Mary K Craig to Stella Taylor,
lots 2, J.sw mv; 111 ft It of W,
nw nw 13, 50, 37 7,750
Christopher C Tltur, to Kugene
L l'altln, 3 acres In ne (I, 01.
Pleasant A Landers to Charles
Flinn, lot II, block 34, Forest
(By E. O. PtCt.t.KrtB, Director of Rvenlna;
Uepartmrnt, l'ha Moody Bible InaUtute,
LESSON FOR OCTOBER 13.
CLEAN AND UNCLEAN.
LESSON' TEXT Mark 7:1-3.
rjOLUEN TEXT "Kor Hie Klnirdom ef
Ood la not eatlnir and drlnkln. but rlnht
fouaneaa and peace a,hd Joy In the Holy
OhoaC-nom. 14:17 R. V.
Thla letton dealt with the laat of
those four eventa that marked the
erltia in the life of Jeiua at Caperna
um. It occurred jnat before)' the third
period of hie Galilean ministry and hla
Bnal departure for Jerusalem.
Letaoni II. and VII. of the aecond
quarter of this year showed us Jesus'
attitude towards the taw. Here we
seo his attitude towards rabbinical tra
dition. (1) They are the traditions of
men, and not the law of God. (2) They
were made a pretext whereby men
evaded the commands of the law.
We ace before us three general divi
sions, 1. The accusation, v. l-C; It.
The answer, v. 6-13, and III. The ap
plication, v. 14-23.
The growing hatred of tlm Phari
sees led them to make the long Jour
ney from Jerusalem that they might
observe him and find wherein to ac
cuse him. While they were studying
him they at the same time revealed
their Ideal of the kingdom of Uod.
They took special notice that the dis
ciples of Jesus ate without the careful
observance of the ceremonial cleans
ing of their hands. We must not un
derstand this to mean so much the
removal of acluul uncle annrss, but
ruther that the disciples had neglect
ed the ceremonial oservance of tho
washing of hutids of which tho Phari
sees were so punctilious. Mark (v. 3
and 41 adds illumination by calling
especial attention to these traditions
to which the Jews adhered so tena
ciously. Thus wo can see that their
Ideal of man's relation to Uod was
largely a matter of external ceremony.
Purity to them was an outwurd mat
ter, something largely governed by the
traditions of men and which they had
"received to hold" v. 6. The answer
of Jesus reveals a very opposite Ideal
Ho begins by cnlllng the Pharisees
hypocrites. A hypocrite Is a play
actor, ono who hides behind a mask.
Then applying the prophecy of Isaiah,
Jesus tells the Pharisees that they
are hiding their true character behind
the mask of ceremonial cleansing
Such play acting Is but a poor Iml
tutlon of tho real heart condition do
mnnded by Uod (I's. 61:10). Their
hearts were far from God even though
with their Hps they professed to
serve him, "and many llko things
ye do. The scrvlco which Is pleas
ing to God Is tho doing of his will. It
consists not In the fulfilling of a rit
ual, but In the fulfillment of life, e. g,
a growing character.
Jpbus takes advantage of this dis
cussion and turning to tho mutttude
upon whom the Pharisees would bind
such a grievous burden of ccrmoulal
Ism and falsehood (Mutt, !!.1:4) warns
them thut It Is not ho much thut which
enters Into a man that dcllUm Mm, but
rather that which proceeds out of a
man, v. IS. It seeinH qulto natural that
the disciples should bu perplexed and
should ask Jesus what was meant by
such n statement. Jesus' answer, v.
IS-L'3, shows us very clearly that
these things coining forth, reveal tho
corruption, within. Head Matthew
12:34, 35, Gen. 0:5 and James 3:10-12.
Heal purity Is purity of heart, If tho
heart be not cleansed, what will It
avail If we wrsIi tho hands? What,
then, Is the application for this pres
ent day? Clearly we aro taught tho
danger of lip service without a change
of heart. Tho danger of substituting
the good for tho best. Forms and
ceremonies nre good and have their
place. They are significant. They
aro Important teaching factors, but
they must not bo substituted for a
pure heart. We must bowaro lest we
hide behind such a mask.
There Is hero also tho plain teach
ing at to Jesus' estimate of tho Pen
tateuch and Inferentially of tho proph
ecy of Isaiah. He specifically calls it
4h:J!iWai&jt Qo': Surely ve can
accept his estimate as contrasted
with the traditions of the elder or
the "consensus of modern thought."
There Is here also a great opportu
nity to emphasize filial duty. This
is r day and a timo that needs empha
sis upon the fifth commandment. Con
sideration of parents' sacrifice, co-operation
wlih them In the bearing of
burdens, comfort for them In sorrow
and adversity, and cheer for them a
they Journey down life's pathway. Fil
ial disrespect and an Iconoclastic ir
reverence of tilings holy are two
things that are cursing the rising gen
eration. And lastly, there la here a lesson
to emphasize aa to what constitutes
real cleansing. The believer Is
cleansed "once for all." Heb. 10-M2,
but needs frequent dally confession
that he may abide In unbroken fel
lowship. The blood of Christ not
only cleanses from the guilt but the
defilement also. Eph. 6:26-27 and I.
"Less talk and more walk,
"Less wishing and more doing,
"Less preaching and more practic
ing, "Less organizations and more of
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