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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL, OREGON, MISSOURI, MAY 16, 1913.
Attention, Sons of Veterans In compliance with oillcl.il request from Meyer 1'ost, 0. A. It., to assist and participate In Memorial Day ftf.'l Decoration Day exercises, the follow ing orders arc ofllclally issued from these headquarters, with the earnest request that they he strictly complied with In order that u may, hy these acts, he of help to the rapidly thin ning ranks of the 0. A. It. All Sons of Veterans of the lllue and the Gray arc cordially Invited to Join In these exercises and wlicru as slgnmcnts are made to see that the object of the assignment Is thorough ly carried out. Following the Decora tion Day exercises at the church, Friday afternoon, May i, lltl.'l, the Sons of Veterans will elect their of llccrs for the year llil.'l-ll. Sons of Veterans will read olllclal orders from Mi'jui Post, as well as those emanating from these head quarters, for their guidance. Guy Ii, Cummins, Itoy Kunlcl,llert Maple uru detailed toarrangu musical program for Decoration Dayprogiam. Kdward linstock as Captain of the Guard, and thu following will report to him for duty: Frank Watson, Geo. Seeinan, Albert Seumaii. Daniel Kuti kel, Iton Crutisur. Wm. Stewart . .lohn King, I '.in I I 'rye- .lohti M. Illhlurdlsas.lgned totlutj as color hearer and will report to OllU'cr of the Day. ('. li"Cl, for duly with color furled. Chnrles.l. Koockwlll lakuclurge of all decorations and mal.u his detail and report to liei. WeMemler for In stinct loii. The following detail I" aniiouneed. who will rep-u-t at the . illce of F. S. lioslock at 'i a. in., on May and lender asslstanee to the ladies of the llowur eomiulttee Tom furry, ('lure Clllp. A. V. (ileelie. Will MarUI . .lk ley Morris Tied I! ieeker. ISoy Culp. Homer Cooper. Wairle Walker. .lauius lioslock. .lim. II. I'eret and Oakley Morris are as-luned to duty to ui range for h.iud or in u I I II iniislc. The chairman of e.ieh respect le detail will make personal leport of progress and completion of duties to the commander at as .aly a date and thoroughness of dot les will warrjut All Sous uf Veterans nlll leport at headquarters on Suuil.iy. May l'.'i, at 10a. m.. to attend tllilnc worship. They will also report for duty, as mentioned In 'lie-e orili r-. .it Hia. in., ami p. m.. fur participation In Dec oration Day i Neiclses. Tlio following detallsaie auiitninecd t'osuothat the graves assigned them are appropriately decent! ed. Loca tion ol such grave or craves may he :iscct tallied liy calling on .I.umIi King. Thu assluuiueuts an, as follow-,: Adulph. Inshiia Mrs. Kvyer. Adolili. .laeoh Kale G. llmi Adulph. Henry l-Jscort . Adolph ..lolni K-cnri Allen, .lohn .1. L. Iiruwii. Allen. II. Ii. inline) lionli.n Allen. H.ivIiI Mis. LhicIi. Allen, Gen. II. Levi f n'ci. Allen, S. I'. Ale. Km". Allen. I'led INenri Allen. Hay II. INemt ll.irtraiu. C. W. - Huh) Cliestiey. Ilrooks, iViry -Mis Wlekhim. Ilurtoii. I.'oy Mrs. Iiurgess. Iliiswell, Charles Iwmii Carroll, I. In Mrs. s ir.u, inn. Cauoll, las, Mi. Ciup Croiisec, Hen Ge.i. Senm.in Curry. Am .luo. MeK night. Curry, Tom Mis. .laculi Maikl Cojper. Iln'iier . . t,K)t, Cooper. Giles . Henry I toy I.' Cooper, II ui) Mis. 1,'lmdes Castlo Cl.ue, Mrs lirili.im (,'asili!. Frank W. I! Vlnlng and Will!. Cummins Guy .las. T. Ilov.ell and wlfo. Culp. Clare men Ci.urlei. Culp. Itoy Kllas llrlitje. Cot ten. Allien L. I! ICn.iwIes Dawson, it n. c. I'lillliilck and Ml ft). Dawson, Leonard INimi-I. Dawson, -Vyllu i:eoit. Dawsnii lluruell - Ksemt Dawson, Charles .i:coit F.lder, David .(leo. Ilulatt. Klder, Silas -lori. I'osier, .lolni INcorl Foster. I'M LVort Fr.u. Paul Kdgar Morgan. Fry I'. Ituhl. .loslah Carroll, Fryo, .lohn- INcort. Fryman. Peter H. .1. I'help, and Mill). Fryman. Andy .1. It. McDonald. Greene, It. L, Tims. Halfrey. Gin ne, Wick ii, it. Caddl-'. Greene, .leph -Amos Casllo. Greene, llurnsF,senrt. Greenu, OiltiH.xci-irl. Greene, .tup -L'scort. Graham, Frank- v.. L. Allen arid vvtrtt. Glaiiden, Otesl -Sidney F.fnur. Garner, Ted-Kscort. Glllenwater, King Hxjort Glllenwatur, George-Kscort Halm, lllch ICscort. Hlbbard A. K.-L. Edwards and wife. Headloy, Chas.lt. 10. Coleman and wlfo, Hcadley, Ward-Fred Seeman. Headley, OrlolT-Harry Tlitnna. Huburt.J. W. Jno. Hayes and wire. Hatch, Hobert-Sam Morrison. Hlbbard, John-E. R. Eckley. Hughes, Fred-Escort iCoock, Chas.-M. D. Walker. Kunkel, It. C Sain Cooper. Ktinkel, D. II. -K. I'. Hostetter. King, Chas. Dan II aim. King, .lohn Win. Hall and wife. Keency, .las,- .loseph Kvans. Kelley, .lames Escort. Kirk. Ilenlno. Oragg. Kirk, Tom Escort. Kirk, Wm. Escort. Laccy, .1. I'. Albert Itoccker. Lovclady, John Edward Kcwcn. Lynch, Frank Escort. Murray, .toe II Escort. Murray, Geo It Escort. Mapel, Hcrt .las. II. Curry. Markland, F. E.-Mrs. Ilurton. Morgan, Frank .Jacob Hamuli. Morgan, Don Escort Mulllns, K. L.-Mrs. E. M. Norrk McGuire, W. G.- Wm. II. Foster. Markt, Alhert-Wm. Henry. Markt, .lohn - Wm. Meyer. Markt, Fred- Fierce Allen. Markt, W. F. Mrs. I'hll. Hindi. Munii, C. E. Chas. Keller and wife. Markham,.lno. A. Thornhlll and wife. Markt, Dan - A. Goslln and wife. Morris. Oakley It. Patterson and wife. Mark! . Wes.- It. Markland anil w Ife. Markt. Charles -II. Molter midwife. Markt. Italph Mrs. IVret. Markt. Philip Mrs. Mel. Soper. Nolaiid. F. S. Noah Stockman. Norrls. G. W. D. Colwell. Norrls. M. C II. Super and wile Perot. .1 no.-- Dan. Munson. Perel. Harold LVort. Pet reo. Frank A. (J. Ware. Patterson. Chas. -Mrs. W. II. Davis. Patterson Win Christ. Meyer, lioslock. I'M. Krastiis .Itnlil. ItostiN'k. .las Escort. Iloeeker. Frll .trio. Shade. Itush. Obu M. Pemlergasi. Hush. Frank -Escort, lilehards. W. II. -Escort. Stairord, ,lno. Geo. Adolph. Seeman, Albert .lacoli Mapol. Seeman. Geo. Alf. Gentry and wife. Stewart. Win. Era Kenton. Slsk. Ken llaruiaii Watson. Simmons, William INooit Simmons, .lohn - Escort Slpes. Kiady V. L. Allen. Smith. Charles Escort Smith. Era Escoit Tea re. II. S. Miws lleiiuett and wife. Tliointoii, Hoy - INcort 'I'urner. linger .lacoh KlnMey and wife. Watson, Ed.- Escort. Watson, Frank Ecoil. Walker. Warrle .Inn. luglir.imaud wire. Walker, Lawicmv David llaiiley. Waegel. I la Abe Fletcher. The follow lug named INeoits will dcpo.lt their Horal oileriugs. with caul attached. .on the unknown graves hi memory of those veterans who died In our county snfi! our last Me- moilal Day olleilug: Harold IVict Ira Gililln. IM Watson Caleb (iolen. .las. linstock Narciis Alhertson. 1'iatik Lyucli Heiilien Hants. Kuilis Gieeliu Aaioll Purdlllll. Silas Elder .lames McCaskoy. William Kirk .lohn C. Llnipp. .lames Kelley P. L. Smlrl. I'r.iul, liiisli .lohn igdeu. C. E. Mr.sN. Gut. Si:km s. Coiiiiiiandnr. Ailjulaiil . Chaiitauiu:i Dates. Dales haichccu IKedforthe various eliaiitaiiquastobeheld in Holt county this year: Finest city, July ;.. Craig. July ll-i.V Mound City, August 7-I.S. , Oiegon. August 10-17. J. C. WIIITMER, XDJEIsTTIST. PROUD BUILDING. North Side of Square, Both Phones. Some Ileal bargains In liuggli-.s at Frank Foster's. -Fou Sai.k L'.uou bushels of Corn. A. J. Jamison. , For thu man who works! What Is It v Why it Is the llullalo Calf shoe. They will maku him smile, and his feet, glad to think they are held hi such a comfortable. C. W. Klngisulls t num. - If you want the latest map, and one of the best weekly farm Journals In tile country, and Tin: Skntinkl, for one year, send us $1,50, the price of Tim Skntinki. alone. Upon receipt of 1")0 wo w ill send you the Missouri Hurallst, weekly for one year, and the Parcel Post Map. Thu Map Is the latest, six pages, and beside thu Parcel Post Zone Map, contains, among other late features, one page, of the six pages, The Anatomical Horse Chart. Hesldestlus.complcte Census Iteturns, Map of the World, United States and the State of Missouri by counties, also a Map of the Panama Canal. Iteraem ber you get the Weekly Missouri Hurallst, the six page map and Tub Skntinkl, one year, for only 91.60. INHDNMIONAL SMSOKE Lesson (Br O. 8EIXJCHB, Director of SrMV la Department. Tt MooiTy Btbla liv itllut of Chlcaico.) LESSON FOB MY II JOSEPH MEETS HIS BRETHREN. MMWN TKXT-On. U:l-tT. noirKN TKXT-"Vlitor a man aowvth, that shall ha nlo trap." rial. Joaepli wax thirty yfars of nr?n when ho reached his position of siiprnmo no thorlty, but wi; oiirIu not to allow our srives to forrjot tliom thirteen yearn of humiliation, during which In; wuh betrayed, noli) Into slavery and ih'r loctPd by thosii whom Im liefrlcmleil, Yet thoHo were dnyK of ildellty In bin servlco, of victory over tierce tempta tion, of enduring unjust hnnrlKomticnt a loop period of patient waiting but a valuable period In that now- at thirty yrars of ago ho comes to till position of power fully equipped with that krmwleilgi) of men, control of himself and faith In (ioil mi to bo property lit ted for the biuileu of rcrpoiuHlilllty thrust upon lilm. Did Not Forget. I. The Drolhera Need, vv. 3-6. The fiitnlim vvmh not eoiitlneil (o Egypt, hut li'liehed over to ('.maun, where .lueoli and Ills koiih lived. Tim deiiperute ticxrt of tlio famine in Indicated by Ja oil's ronimatnl to buy, "that wo may live, iiml not die" Hut Jacob Is too old to travel, lienco the brother un dertake the Journey. Twenty-two yearn have panned since that experi ence wiion Jnxepli'H brethren c.im lilm Into tlio pit. They have 1 11 years lllleil with wonderful experiences for Joseph. .Vow their attitude Is changed; Instead of being Ids tormeiitoni they lire suppliants nt Ills feet. During theso Hcven years of garnering Joseph had tie l up his own f.nn'Iy and two fnns were born, the names of whom went Hlgnlllcant. 'Ilin ponHesslon or 11 child of his own would naturally ipileken his Inqulrlcri iih to his father'ri houKeholiI, for he annulled that In the oriler of evenln his father must be dead. II. A Brother' Memory, vv. 7-17. Jo seph lit once ncognlr.eil IiIh brothers, but trentcil them brusquely, demand ing from whence they c-aiini mid the piirK)so that brought them hither (v. 7). Again (vv. 8, !)) tlio text re minds iih that Joseph remembered. Only (!nd can forglvu and forgot. Hut Joseph Is on Inspiration to us that though we may not bn able to forget wo can forgive. Thu ipieHtimi might be raised, "Why then did Joseph dis simulate?" The tuiHwer Ih threefold. (1) Joseph desired to nscettaln the characters of Ills brothers. Did they remember? Yes. for tliey replied that Ihey were "twelvo brethren," Ten were before 1 1 1 1 1 . one at home and "onu In not " That their characteiM were not entirely ehangeil Ih evi deneed by their words, "Wo are trim men" (v. 11), which of course was n ' the truth. (2) Joseph desired to know of his father and of their homo lire Tim accusation that tlio brothers nr sides called forth the statement tint the father, Jacob, is still alive. The Miitd reason lor this treatment i!ev ' oped out of these llrsl two. viz., Jo M'l'h desired to reach his father u Itenjnmln, whom he had never se u Wo do not commend Joseph', method us being of the highem ethical vnlu lor his standard was not lie' stamlntd of the man who knows Christ. Joseti Is a typo; there Is only nun peKci" man, Jesus Christ, mid Joseph polm toward that promised Saviour, Guilty Consciences. Joseph knew his brothers told ib l rulh about their not being spies, tar he also knew that they lied when tlx asserted themselves to be true m. iiml that one brother "Is not." Here is tlio lesson of mistaken estimates of one's self iind that it inan'H trim vain Is known and appreciated, Little ill 1 they realize, however, that their false hood was being rend ua It was utt, mil iiml that thn man lief urn whom thev wero Htamllng was this samo brother. Joseph nffecled not to bellovo any of their Htory und demanded proof (vv. 1R, ltl) of their assertions. After Ihroo days In Jail ho appeared to relent am) ordered Unit only ono of their number should remain as hostage. Tim result of all Is shown In v, 21. After Invol untarily leaving Simeon shut up In thn Kgyptlan prison their minds traveled back to that tlmo twenty years beforo und they remembered Josoph'fl an guish and distress whon thoy would not hear, "thoreforo is this distress conio upon us." Their guilty con sciences aro aroused. Jacob's cry, "All things are against mo," v. 36, was u mistake. Joseph was alive and exalted that bo might Have tho lire of Jacob and his chil dren. Simeon was alive and drawing his brothers back to Egypt. Konjamln would come back safely. Emphasize the fact that we cannot forget our wrong acta and that Joseph was not troubled by any such mem ories. Also emphasize the return of good for evil, Rom. 12:20, 21. 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