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FIRST Answer i'O "RIGHT AXD JUSTICE'' A Few Nuts To Crack Oa II -me Industry- I air, and to every thing that creep We believe that the man wholeth upon the eerie", wherein wiitten the heading above is j there is life, I have given every honest in purpose, but he is hon- green herb for meat: and it was estly wrong in his perception under the heading above, which appeared in our last weeks CRE3 skt. But dear readers stay with us, ba patient, and you will see those mistakes of Mr. Right and Justice cleared away, and the true light of heavtn shine down deep into his soul, and light up every benighted spot of his heart, and warm up the cold clay, so that good seed sown may take root and spring forth into a goodly tree, and bring forth much good fruit. And that too that others may be fed on bread in the place of chaff, please reader follow us. He says "Home Industry is a goed thing. Hut it is something we can't have Mr- Garrett." Our opponent admits in the very out start that "Home Industry is very good", And if it is very good! Then it must be God hire, for God is gocd. Now d?ar read cr this throws us into a general investigation. Therefore we say again be patient with us, and we will give you the entire truth. Thnn "Tlmnp TnHnalrw" wlml, . nr ,1 i i is it.'' Well, inorder to under-" stand what it is, and how good it is, we must go back to its origin. And in its origin we rind the ting r of God when he created thf neaven and the earth and then said. "And God said, Let the earth bring forth grass the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is -in itself, upon the earth: and it was so. And the earth brought forth grass, and herb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree yield' ing fruit, whose seed was in it self, after his kind; and God taw that it was good. If And God said, Let the earth bring forth the living creature after his kind, cattle and creep ing things and beast of the earth after his kind: and it was so. And God made the beast of the earth after h.is kind, and cattle after their kind, and every thing that creepeth upon the earth after his kind: and God saw that it was good." (Gen, 1-11-12 24 25 Here is where "Home Indus try," started on a univer- sal nlan. The vertr fminrlntinn rock of Bible Socialism, or inithine nnerdstandipg thou hast nrliPr TawHa. Ahrnhnm T. innnln ' BtteD the8 richeS ad St gOt Republicanism. But now after, we have a universal platform for I Home Industry, there is no one to enjoy the fruits cf this great universal plantation. Butthis only shows the greatwis dotn of this great God. For if God had created man first; God would of had to provided other means, than the- fruits of the earth, which belongs to Home Industry for the people to live on. But God seeing this, He first pro vided for them, and then cseated man, male and female, to enjoy this great universal plantation, with everything growing in it that heart could desire; Picise read; "So God created man in his o'vn image, in the image, of God created he him; male and female created he them." ' And God blessed them; and God said unto them, Be fruitful and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it; and have dominiouVver the fish of the sea, and ovthe 0efowl of the air. and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth." ":And Go said, Behold, I have given you every herb bear ing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to ynU it shall be for meat. ' Aacl t0 every beast of tlie earth, and to eve-y fowl of the so," "And God saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. And the evening and the morning were the sixth day." (Gen, 1-27 to ill.) Here i i the first universal plan tation of ' Home Industry' '-And Gcd iraid that it was good and very good. Then we do not wond er much at our opponant sayicg that Home Industry is very good, for here is set forth a uni versal equality. For in their mission work of multiplying, they also had access to every thing that grew out of the ground, and access to every thing on all the face of the earth and was not forbid one hate, what a happy state of "Home In dustry. God-Al Mighty, the Husbandman. And the people the consumers with the mission work before them, '"be fruitful, multiply and 'replenish the earth and i-ubdue it." Yes, God said it was good, and very good. A system of perfect liberty. None rich above the other. They were perfect uuder this system of . .. .. . Home Industry in all their ways until iniquity was found in them, as it reads: "Thou wast perfect, in thy ways from the day that thou wast created, till iniquity was found in them.' Ezek, 28 1" What a perfect government, in this glorious system of Home In dustry in this Bible socialism. But this peaceful system of Home Industry, come to an end, and in its place a system of greed and gaiu, was set up. And the manner in which it was set up, we shall give in the following language. "The word of the Lord came again unto me, sa.fing. Son of man, say unto the prince of Tyrus, Thus saith the Lord God Because thine heart is lifted up, and thou hast sail I am a god, I sit in the seat of god, in thfl midst of the seas; yet thou art a man, and not God, though thou set thine heart as the heart of God. Behold thou art wiser than Daniel there is no secret that that they can hide from theei With thy wisdom and with ten gold and silver into thy treasures ; By thy great wisdom and by thy tra flick hast thou increased thy riches and thine heart is lifted up because of thy riches." Ezek 28-1 to 5 Here we have a system sim ular to the profit system of to day. Our readers will surely see the difference in "Home In dustry' and the profits ystem. To be continued. 60 YEARS PcRKtNCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone sending a sketch and description may ,,it(,ktv uncertain our obinlon free whether an invention la probably patentable. Communion tlonsS "n sent free. Oldest neency for eeurliiKPateuts. Patents taken tbronirh Munn ft Co. receive tpeeial notice, without charge, In tho mm nmrni yap A hnndsomcly 11lnstratw1 weekly. Tircest rlr. dilution of f.ny sclentlllc Journal, Terms, j a yeur: four months, $1, Uolil by all newsdealers. RUNN&Co''NewYork Br S& Office, IBS F Ht, Washington. D. C Is Pastor Russell Right Sercet topt hid since the world began. ' After we have set forth truth of the gospel; in order realize why Paster Russell the to has said that -"we all have been mis reading our Bibles" And to learn why he said that there was two salvations" And also to; kuow how near he is right at the nrfisnnt limn wtion Pnetm. Russell said there "was two sallVC t0 ay inlhe Lail'c oE ,fi in, u. i , Paster Russell as recorded in vai.nm ue was ngiii wnen ne said there was two. But he was wrong in his construction, of; them. If he had of said there was two gospels; then be would have been right in his applica tion. For Paul said- "But contrariwise, when they saw that the gospel of the uncir cumcision was committed unto me; as the gospel of the circum cision was unto Peter: For he that wrought effectually in Peter to the apostleship of the circumcision, the same was mighty in me toward the Gen tiles:" (Gal. 2-7-8) Here is the two gospels, And Isaiah speaks of those two gosp els in this manner, "And a highway shall be there 1 and a way, and it shall be called The way of holiness; the unclean shall not pass over it; but it shall be for those: the wayfaring men, thoueh fools, shall nnf; Prr tw.. in. Isa. 85-8 And Ezkiel speaks of themlas Privately f pref8 ed aml. 1'ub" in this manner. Italy declared by the mininisters "Also, thou son of man, ap point thee two ways that the sword of the kiDg of Babylon may come- both twain shall come forth out of one land: and choose thou a place, choose it at the head of the way to the city. Ezek." 21-19 Here again Pauls language is confermed. of the two gospels but not two salvations. And again John the Revelator comes forth and declares the same only in a little different language Pieage read. "And I will give power unto my two witnesses, and they shall prophesy a thousand two hun dredand threescore days, clothed in sackcloth. These are the two olive trees, and the two candlesticks standing before the God of the earth." (Rev. 113-4. There is no one can honestly deny such plain truths. Those two witnesses are God's two olive trees and candlesticks. And his two olive trees are the Jew and the Gentile. Pleas read. And if sour of the branches be broken off, and, thou, being a wild olive tree, wert grafted in among .them, and with them partakest of the root and fatness of the olive tree." For if thou wert cut out of the olive tree which is wild by nature and wert grafted contrary to nature into a good olive tree; how much more shall these, which be the natural branches, be graff ed into (heir own olive tree?" Rom. 11-1721. Now our readers cannot help but see why Paster Russell thinks there is two salvations Yet he is mistaken we trust that he is honestly mistaken. For salvation is eternal life, and this both Jew and Gentile has been given. The Jew or Isralitcs received it Srst when the man Adam was formed and the breath of life was given him and he become a living soul. The Gentile did nut receive it, until Christ came and brought it to them as you c.a read in this Lingua;, e. "I say then. Have they stum bled that they should fall? God forbid; but rather through their fall salvation is come unto the Gentiles for to provoke them to jealousy." (Romi 1111) ' There is nothing plainer than this- Now the only way that vou could make two salvations: would be to say that the Jews or Isralitcs recieved one and the Gentiles another. So the read ers will be able to see. that Paster Russell is rong in his aplication. As there is but one salvation to two people: But two gospels as proven above And now with an eye single to God's glory, the truth will be i seen in the beauty of Holyness And all men will read their Bible in its pure light, and will not I this language. "What Christ endom needs to day is a return to the Bible, an investigation of its teachings and a rejection of all human creeds. which are admittedly more or less defective. Let us accept the Bible as the only standard. Let us study it and understand it to the extent of our ability. Lotus fellowship as Christians all who acknowledge its divine authenti city and who, in harmony with its presentation, are trusting in Jesus as their redeemer; and who, in acceptance of His invita tion, have forsaken all to be His footsteps followers. The masses I known as Christendom are un- christian in every sense of the iword - They are civillzed nea" then. ! More than this shall w say it? the majority of professed church members so far as we ;can understand their sentiments There are 195J acres, about 185 A. fenced. About 150 A. plowed and irrigated. About 8 A. in hay, and am putting 10 or 15 acres in new hay this spring.more land can be put in: Cut 300 tons of hay last year. Two ditches on the place. Log uouse Chicken house, Log barn, Stock corrals, Hay corrals. About 75 young apple trees. Some, cotten wood timber on place. WeU in corral. Creek runs through the place. In about (50 rods of Big Horn River. 3 miles to Railroad Station. 8 miles to Big Horn Mts, fine for summer range. This is an ideal place for stock raising. The land is generally rolling. No bog land, some stone. Reserve crop on place this year. Price $8500,00. Terms $0000.00 down, and 2500.00 on 4 years time at ten percent intere For further particulars call at this OFFICE, or write us at Brushyknob, Mo. A If you want to save money come to my Store at Brushy knoVy I have just received a line lot of SHOES unsurpassed in quality and we sell you in. price as cheap aa you can buy in any Country Store. Come and try us, and examine our large Stock of SHOES, just received, and other good in proportion, before purchasing elsewhere. G. G. PARIS. of their choice, are no more Christians than are the Jews. They neither believe the Bible to be the divine revelation nor do taey accept the Lord Jesus Christ as the World's redeemer from sin and death. Of course, there fore, they do not consecrate their lives to sacrificially follow one in whose redemptive work they do not believe. The fault lies largely with many of the clergy who are not leading the people to "the faith once delivered to the saints" but away from it. It is time that all who really believe in the Bible, who believe that Jesus left the glory of the Father and gave His life, thus providing the redemp tive price for all mn should proclaim these facts clearly, pos itively. They should declare, as do the Scriptures, the second coming of the redeemer and the establishment of His kingdom in divine nower for the putt in si '(jown 0f sjn an(j tiie lifting up of mankind to glorious privileges of restitution, with a just penalty against every form of sin. and the second death as the penalty for wilful, persistent disobedi ence.'' The Kansas Weekly Capital August 17, 1911 And we must say until all will read their Bible as God intended that they should there will be darkness. And until this return is made Paster Russell's advice will be of the best, and well to headed. Paster Russell knows andsees there is something rong. And we must say that until there is a return unto the two man theoy ; there will be a wrong and they will read their Bibles rong. BIS RANCH FOR SALE. IS WYOMING. LOOK HERE. WONDERFUL SAVINg. OLATHE ITEMS. (Last week's Items.) Last Mon.nighta heavy raia and thunder storm visited this neighborhood. Burney Singleton passed through this neighborhood the 23rd. Joe Hyltom Mattie Pugh and Horace Hylton all taken dinner with Miss Ethel Rush the 3rd. Sun. all report a splendid good time. Mrs, John T. Miller visited with Mrs. Jesse Pugh the 21st. and helped her can peaches. Wesley Mays who has been gone to Kans. ever since last Feb. says old Mo. is good enough for I him Mr. Sira Odle had an all day singing in the old Christian har mony at Mt. Evert the 4th. Sun. Mr. and Mrs, John Gideon, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Miller at tended the singing at Mt. Evert the 4th. Sun. Mona Ballew and Leota Mar tin Ethel Rush, Mattie Pugh and Pearlie Miller all went to hear uncle Sira Odle sing at Mt. Evert the 4th. Sun. Mr. I. W. Davis was a welcome visitor at John T. Millers Sat. night. Mr. and Mrs Al Myers spent the day with Mrs. N. A. and Ez ra Roy on last Sunday.