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BttUSHYKNOB WO, Column per year $80 '00 2 " " " 50.00 " 24.00 " ' ' ! ' 12.00 Professional oardsl.00 a month Mocai per line, 1st insertion .03 H subsequent insertions .02 Local advertisements will be continued until ordered out. "apecial contracts made on arger adds. CLUB RATES. Home Circle Column We are tempts to and happy much and defeated in our at make home cheerful because we pay too work hard, We Any one who will make us up a club of five Subscribers, send us two dollars and hold the fifty cents for their labor. Or a Club of ten or more at the same rate PAGE OF INQUIRY. Question no. 87. Ed. Cresset; -Please let some cne answer the following ques tion. Please explain the follow ing scripture; (Luke 13.5 If nobodyventures, let the Ed. Especially the meaning of the two ships. Gladis Dawson. task and weary ourselves so much in the attempt, to collect the ma terials for enjoyment that they give us but little pleasure wnen collected. Neatness and o"der are excellent virtues in a family, but tbey can be carried to excess so to be a daily torment to every body in the house. The best clock has the fewest wheels and makes the least noise, and the more simple the order of our do mestic life, the better and hap pier it will be. Lave witbin your means, Make your dress, your house, your furniture, your style of living, such as will not subject vou to struggle and anxiety to keep up appearances. Be con tent to set a poorer table then your rich neighbor, who has French cook; and be not ashamed of your faded carpet if you can not afford a new one. Do not mind what the. outside world says this is your business and not theirs, outside friends and guests must be drawn to our house, not so much by costly dinner services ana lavish entertainments, as by the kind and gracious manners of those who give the invitations. QUESTION NO. 68. It isn't the amount of religion a man has that makes him good and fits him for heaven; it is tnc amount he uses. Long prayers and loud professions do not Do Away With Ballot, Na! the nd 1 felt that I had someone to live for, someone I must not dis- ppoint." AH that I have ever accomplished in life, ' declared 3 wight L. Moody the great evangelist 'l owe to my mother." To the man who has had a goud mother, all women are sacred for her sake," said Jean Paul Kichter The testimony of great men in acknowledgment of the boundless debt they owe to their mothers would make a record stretching from the dawn of history to today Few men, indeed, become great who do not owe their greatness to a mother's love and inspiration How ofton we hear people in every walk of life say 'I never could have done this thing but for my mother. She believed in me encouraged me when others saw nothing in me." "A kiss from my mother made me a oain ter," said Benumin West. A distinguished man of today says "I never could have reached my present position had I not known that my mother expected me to reach it. From a child she made me feel that this was the position she expected me to lill and her faith spurred me on and give me a power to attain it." Many a man is enjoying a fame which is really due to a selfeffac- ing, sacrificing motner reople hurrah for the goverment or mayor or congressman, but the real secret of his success is often tucked away in that little unkn own, unappreciated unheralded mother. His education and his chance to rise may have been due ANSWER TO C3AS. BR A ME. We feel glad that Bro. Brame has given us a obanco to rightify his misunderstanding of our article or at least of what we said inrjgard to lht. Republican Democritic, and Socialistic Parties. And the system of voting. We must say to the Brother, that voting is alright, when it is performed in the right manner. But political parties without the spirit of Bible Social ism; to bring about Home Indus try we never will accomplish any part, of the peace on earth, that God said should be. "I will hear what God the Lord wilt speak: for be will speak jjeace unto his people and to his saints; but let them not turn again to folly. Surely his salvation is nigh them that fear him ; that glory may dwell in our land." Answer to Question No. 79. QUESTION NO. 80. Ed. Cuesset Please tell us what this scripture means? (Isa. 45-1-4. Preachers dont wait for Bro. Garrett to answer first Do your duty. Emil Oliver . count; out the man who loves his to her sacrifice. It is a strange fact that our motners, trie moia- jersofthe world should get so fellowmaii and fellowwomen, who . . .1 . iU ' . 1 J ministers to me amit-ieu ami i wears a smile for ad. including ' Utile credit and should be so his wife and children, who never QUESTION NO. 76 Ed. Cresset Please tell us what the law of the spirit is that will make us free from the law of sin and death? And what is the law of sin and death? Rom. 812. v , C.E.Cooper. smiles on Sunday or kicks the dog when he ought to kick hitn. self, who speaks welt of people when their backs are turned, and under all circumstances Keeps an even mind that men doesn't have to die to go to hea ven. He gets to feeling happy all the time as a matter of habit, ANSWER TO QUESTION NO. 73. QUESTION NO. 75. Is murder sin? If so why does the word say, No murderer shall enter the kingdom of hea ven, and in another place says, All sins are forgiven only sin ning against the Holy Ghost? Mrs, Mattie Bowers. Murder is sin, And God has numbered it witn the worst of sin, it comes next to, and is con nected closely to the unpardon able sin. That is the sin against the Holy Ghost. A murder is one who willingly takes the, life o auother. And the man who did the murder willingly, can never give that life back, be has done something that he can never undo. Hence, tbe blood of the dead will cry out from the ground and God will hear its voice and like he did Cain; the murderer will be called to ac count. So you see it is a sin to Murder any one. seldom mentioned among the world's achievers. The world sees only the successful son, the mother is but a round in the ladder upon which h9 has climb-4 ed. Her fame or face is soldom seen in the papers only her sou is lauded and held up to our ad miration. Yet it was that sweet pathetic figure in the back- I T 1 L. a .. I- 1 - and he takes all the dispensat- louna 6Das maa,i U1S suss ion of life with poilosophical sat isfaction. Sweet to the human ear is the voice of approb ation; dear to the human heart is the music of ap proving lips. Everybody has burdens and what we need is the spirit of helpfulness, words of encouragement. We have blamed each other long enough; now let us praise. Mother. All that I am or hope to be," said Lincoln alter he had become president I own to my aged moth er.' My mother was the making of me said Thomas Edison recent ly. She was so true so sure of me possible There is no one in the average family the value of whose service begins to compare with those of the mother, and yet there is no one who is more generally neg lected or taken advantage of She must remain at home evenings and look ofter the children when the others are out having a good time. Her cares never cease. She is responsible for the house work for the preparation of meais she has the children, s clothes to make or mend, there is company to be entertained darning to be done and a score of little duties which must often be attended to at odd moments, snatched from her busy days and she is often up working at night long after everyone else in tbe bouse is asleep. NOTICE, Saw Mill M en We have a Sixteen Horse power Jumbo Engine in tine trim and a good up-to date Saw rig for sale. Engine worth $1600. Saw rig $400. $2000. in all. Can be bought for $600.down the rest to suit Purchaser. Also, a Separator ot the very best. A Colorado Special Call on us or write us at BruShyknpb Mo. Engine, Sawrig and Separator can be bought for the sum of $1000. The Colony Trustees. Ps. s5-d-9. But we most stiil contend that after the manner in which voting has been going on iu the United S. since the casting of the ballot for Washington, as many more years may pass by and we wid be further away from peace, and Friendship than when we began. And more aud more under the influence of war. Thieving and muider. Bro. it was not our aim to say any thing against the Socialist Party we injoy its good wishes for peace, and its eflorts to still the claims of war: But with those good wishes for peace and against war. Does not bring the peace, that is most needed. We are not finding any fault to the good things which the Socialistic Party does; it is the things that they leave undone, which they could do as a whole, that we find fault to. Now all the colonies that could be formed from one end of the earth to the other end under a profit system that would give one man the advantage over another would do po good to bring about the prace spoken of in the word of God. It takes Bible Socialism and Home Industry to do the work. Voting alone will not do this: just as long as the profit system is held up; just that long the money Gods will make slaves out of the laboring man. And the manner of oar voting system at the presant will not take it away. But let the laboring men join in with each other, in Bible Socialism, and go into Home In dustry and vote for the man that would practice those principles all would be well'. The power of sloping war. and blood shead, is not for one set of ministers to pray for the dis truction of another, Nation or army as they are doing in Europe at the presant time we had no reference to voting over in Eurone when we spoke of the political parties in this country We only intended to show that it took more than tbe Ballot Box to bring about the peace so much desired. Njw Bro. Brame we wish to say to you that what ever good belongs to tbe Socialist party we accept but we must say that if they ever expect to do what they claim that they will do, they will have to accept Bible Bro. Garrett: Please explain the following scripture: "But Jesus said unto then they need not depart, give ye them to eat, And they say unto him, We have here but five loaves and two fishes. He said bring them hither t) me. And he commandad the multi tude to sit down on tbe grass and took the five loaves and the two fishes, and looking up to heaven, he blessed and brake and gave the loaves to his disciples, and the disciples to the multitude. And they did all eat, and were tilled: and they took up of the fragments that remained twelve baskets full, And they that had eaten were about five .thousand men, beside women and children. " (Matt. 1-4 113 21.) Yours for Truth- B, G. Jesus in the above Scripture has taught us a grand lesson, In the first place, we see by the ex pression of the Disciples that they were in a desert place, that is where they could not get any thing, in the second place we see that it was late in the evening in the third place we find that Christ gave them a command. Jesus taught in the first place that it did not make any differ ence how desolate the place was that we were in: Just so, that we were reigning with him, then we would be alright If it was only a little craise of oil, or a few little fishes, they would be a plenty; if we were just with him He increased the willows oil He increased the fishes and loaves And He is able to in crease our living, if we will obey him in all He says to us in His Word for He says this; ''They shall not bo ashamed in tbe evil time; and in the days of famine they shall be satisfied." (Psalms 37-19.) Then we need not fear. If he tells us to sit down on the grass as He did the Disciples, Jsit down; and if He tells us to awaken up out of sleep and slumber and put on the Armor of God, do that which He tells us to do. Second, if some one comes to us to hear the Gospel, do not say we can't feed them for God and His Christ will feed them far Christ is yesterday, to day and forevermore The same unchangeable Being. You may think that others will not be lieve or do either. This should not make any dif ference to us. For Christ fed that large multitude and you can't show me any where that any of them followed Him to His crucifiction except His Disciples. So let us be honest and live faithful and obedient to Christ and He will give us the necessa ries of life, for we are of more value than many sparrows. So we answer the Bro. that the grand lessons taught is faith in Christ and obedience to God. TAKE NOTICE . .. ' 1 T T 1 i. Socialism ana nome inauswy. Any party or partics wiSDig to Nor can it be aone oy coionumg ask any queations through this unless they accept tbe principles paper upon any subject religious above named. It can never be ly or ofcherwisa shall be treated done under a profit system. aa a riendi Butinnocase will Clomp over rro. ana we win uave . , tkj-i. 11 r17RnCialistic meeting in the the Sdltor allow SIan JAH Ville Church. Yours for slang phrases go through its truth, and right on the square, columns.