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ODD Looking hack to the No. 0 the Cresse t, where w loft off spik ing, which was (No- 18 July the 161908) And taking up our Bibictl Hue of thought As wt have stated, that there arc the many who think that Ma sonry had it origin, and begin- mng wiwi King ooiomon-cui u had not, as we have said before. it reached far beyond this mighty j King, originated at the hands of God in the garden of Eden Nov; there are the many who do not understand the word Mason, or Freemason. A Mason is a Builder, or will say a Master Builder, the Masons, or Freemasons ar the Builders (or fellow-crafts)- instance Hiram A biff was the Master Builder And all tho rest of the workman follow craftsman Under the direction of the Great Arohitector, God Himself, they building the earthly temple, the natural building- In like manner L'aul was the Mas tor Builder (or Mason,) as Paul says; "AcenrdhiR to tlia (Since ot U'1 whien Is given unto mo, an n wise, matter build tr, I have laid the foundation, mid an other bulldetli thereon. But let every nan take heed bow he bulidetb Ihere upon. For othtr fnnm'.ati'in can no imn lay than that is laid, which In .Ihsus Christ. Now if any man build upon this foundation gold, ailvcr. precious stones wood, hay, stubble; t Cor. 8-10-11 -- it ) Yes you will see by this, that Paul was a wise Master Build r-And that they were all la borers together, (Sec 0th. vrso.) And any one building upon the foundation which He laid, which wss Jesus Christ, wood, hay, stubble, or precious stone Would have to be vary careful how they built thereon, for er-1 ery man's works should be tried by the Great Master BaUder J God Himself. While Hiram Abiff was a Mas ter Mason in building the natur al heuse, Paul was a free and ac cepted Mason building the spirit ual house. And it was 'or this reason that Paul spake to the fel-Ibw-craftin this manner; "For though ye have ten thousand in truotere In Christ, yet have yn not many fathers; for in Christ Jesus I hao begotten you through tho gospel, Wherefore I beseech you, be yu fol lowers of me. (1 Cor. 4-15-16 ) Many think just of the name, Ma sonand do not think that the namp is a derivetive of tbe werk con- iONRY mwwm Li -I I E I necterl with the peopls who eon noct themselves with tim work And in like manner when the time comes we shall show rtiuls I connection with Oddfeitowahtp So for the presont, reaching back to the Great work done by Solomon Tho first thing in building the , . ... . .. vi... ' 0..11 ! de,., whohad the proper art of God'a own pm- 60 we shall rQtt(j (,,,.,. "I Am! I;in: Snlnmnif nent and fei biM Hiram oUl nf Tyre. II whf a widow's ion of die tribe of Nanhuli, slid hit fMhei ' k man of Tyrt, t work K in bra; ud he was: Blled with wisdom, and andoisianiltoig. am 'Uiiiiri 10 "vork "II works in lra:. I p'" Mm Si!'"n. wrnntfitt an Bi( work, I'm !ie i"ist two hrass, tf eighteen cuhits iiiirh apiece; ami line of twelve cubits diii compass either of them about' (l Kings 718 -15.) Two Pillars of brass wore made by Hiram - Now in this day and age of the world it would be vry peculiar, for to see a man beginning a large building by hewing out two large pillows for the first thing, or first timbers to the building" Nevertheless this was the design of the Great Architect above Reminding u of the fact that this temple was to be a pattern of the heavenly temple--This also reminds us of the fact that God said that H had two wit, Desses And also reminds us that a part of those two witness er are his two olive treesThen we have the TWO pillars repre senting the two olive trees- These two pillars are given in Masonry in this language: The fourth, or front side, was open, and was ornamented with a portico Urn oubits iu width, I supported by two brawn pil 1 lars Jacfeia and Boazi'' (His- , n , di of rwm:i. sonry by Mncoy Oliver. Page ' . 1 - $78 agt BtW) So we soe that a Masonic Hall , is not coinplotp without Neith er is God's Word without the two witnesses Aid they are his two olive trees and his two candlesticks. Yea there must be two capjtorfi with the two pillars, as there are two candle sticks, connected with the two olive trees- Those two candle sticks are to giva light, and 80 it is represented in the two capi tors as wa can learn from this; pillars of the porch. It is generally thought that these pillais were made and erected tlK-y supported no building, t hit f Aborbitiels conjucturfl is ftot :,M .probable, that Solomon iind re spoet to the pi!lar of the ' loud, ' and tho pillar of fire, that wont before thetn and conducted 'hem j in the wilderness, find was a Ur I kon of the divine Providence ovor ; thciu. ,' Those h? tu't at the porch, or 1 entrtthce f the Temple (Jachin representing the pillar of the 1 'Hoed, arid Bbaa the pillar of fire,) I praying and hoping thai tin; Di vine Light, and the oloud of Hi glory would vouch-aafe to enter I in there; and by them God and !ili providence would dwell among them in this house." (History and Cyclopedia of Froe- masonry by Macoy Oliver- Page 616.) Now there is do nus so blind but can see the closta connection of those beaut i truths, with the Bible The Curtain Kail. 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Bait rheum Scrofula p; tfswi Neuralgia. ( tr. bT "had at is Of fice with Guarantee, ' only for orna inent, beca't L ., m j;, jpy j u .1 This wiue spread diicuieion of lynch Inn- in iloiog some ond. The people nt large will be forcod to think aOut the causes of mobs, livery body Will not think correctly and all kinds nf errone- mil conclusion ma' ho reached, lut in tht end the public ?ll lyavu more definite opinions about what! ou(.;ht to be done to check crime. 1 One' truth' will .s made olesr, and that ia tb need of qoiekor and surer nio'ii of enforcing tbo lw Criminal proceedings an' loo alow and uncertain, The kloka, oiirves and senseless intrioaciea of criminal Juriaprudonce could ba out out of the lav without ondan1 goring tin) inDOcen!. Lawyers have too Rjueh to say ulioitt when cases shall be tried. The taxpayers and the public who do not COtnmlt crime have sorr.e rights in a conrl room when they are not litigants. Cntttinnanaes, fhango ol venue, special jnrtea aod new tiials all coat money, ami the good citizen ie heavily burileaed in ordei that bud men may ba given ai, oppor tantty to cheat justice. Courts are absurdly bsndicapsd by inherited forma ot law that have no place in an age of daily newspapers and wireless tologra pby, It mav bavo seemed very very wiso nt one time to raakc tbe state prove that John T)ro died of h "mortal" wound and that the pistol that Itillnd him was "loadml with powder and bull," but now tbi person of nrdioary sense whose r 03 sun hns not been pervar.ted by tbo fooiiahneaa ot tho law ean see. no Justitiuation tor many oi thu usages of coarts, Thera may have beet) a tune when tho dealers in real estate had tho fine discern moot to sow all the ahades nf mean ing implied by tho words, ''bar gain.'' ''pell'' '"grant." and convoy;'' but today the maker of a deed to a pisoa "i land only comprehends the simple tact that he is Balling his property. Hamuli outside of -gaasiwsrtra to persist in say i tig that V.e "lived,' "dwelt' resided,' ''domiciled" and hud his "habitation" on South aireet that poraon would bn Uiek ed tip as an insane suspect. Iho law can be ttaads to con form to the rules nf common sense. Tbe thing to do when a person is charged with a crime in to find out whether bo is guilty or inno 000 1, The method of investigation should be direct, and as simple an possible. Let the testimony go ttraigt to the alleged deed without those bowildoring and irrational tricks of court room legerdemain. Then, tbe time to try a caso is while the facts are frosh in the minds of tbe witnesses, before any body hns diod or moved out of tbe I FOR SALE. Any one Wishing to buy anyone ot the following nanid Modicines call or, Mr. LintMoutn who wil sell to ynu: Japanese oi! 00 cts, a bottle. Specific pill for Malaria, 20 cts Cascara pills 25 cts, Sister Teresa Laxative Tea. 25 Herberts Pulmoni.?, Cough Rem edy 50 cts perbottle IK jurisdiction of the court. The in nocent generally need no continu ances or changes nf venue. Let tbe law shako off it venerable non sense, become quicker and surer aa tho Nemesis evil doing, shorten tbe distance between crime and penal ty, and anarchy will yield to the power that nr dalnad, regularly or- A BTKKNUOUS RULING. A 8t, Louis citizen wanted to take a street ear ride. He planted liiinneli ou a street corner and sig nalled the first car that come bis way. The Btr-ot car sailed right by . The same performance was (TO be through with the next two ears. When tbe fourth waa seen approaching the irate citizen dreWj hi revolver and gavo tho motor-, man to understand that if lie did not stop hi,', transit Vutgon that ho, W'uilit be used for a target. The car stopped long enough for n po-( 1 iceman 10 uo caueo anu tno man t with a gun to hp placed tinder ar- i rust. ' i Tbe police judge, before whom tho prisoner was arraigned, not on'v acnuitted him but luatified v 1 4 kW. i hia conduct, raying that when a , street car refused lo stop w boa signalled, that a inuu bad Iherght .. ..I. ..I" . L. ',' wwv, n .ium nt 11, u iiii'iui mull. t'f course thoro is no law upont! Vi which to predicate such a ruling. When analyzed the deeisiop of the judge smacks very strongly of tho y mob. law spirit which so recontly has received the condemnation 0 the president and of the governora' of several commonwealths. Besides' the matter and manner of stopping a street ear with a rovolver bor- 1 ders too eloaoly npon the habits of tho cow boy in the "wild and woolJ ly west, to be adoptod in a World, Kair oity. --Npringfiold Leader. Aod wo add, frenr'tbe siaod point, of religious prejudice, mob law has been fostorod and harbored in the heart of tbe people until many times it has become real in action. Let tbe miniatery In a combined effort from (he pulpit, by power ot voice and influence uej their greatest strength to condemn tho very spirit that endnote the leading factors of this awful crime! t of mob law, Liko Roosevelt we, beliore every effort should he sotf forth in the strongest term to wipo out thia abomination, and' tho minister)- should he tbe lead ing factor to do so. NOTICE, 1 Private Detective and Auction. ' nut win, iinrij years expernncf- Terms reasonable, Satisfaction guurranted. Address. l T. B, McCall. .... . ... :,t. Knw AT If M V tun. ' mm !