The Algona Republican from Algona, Iowa on December 19, 1894 · Page 1
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f ^ £ ANB SEE OtflEL> ALGOHA. KOSStmi D THE W, C< 1*. I!.', IDEA. , tO , DECEMSfcB 19* 1894, KO, 12. the Qtiestiott of Bible Win* as Tftated by & College President. . To the Editor j At the recent YOU WON?T SEE ALL THE NICE THING-S UNLESS YOtf DO, I jtitfftat W, C. 1?. tl. convention held at .Cleveland, Ohio, the annual aermofi >Wt>ffcached r on guaday, Ifov. 18th, by Rev- T. W. feashford, president of phio Wesleyan University, The press pronounced this A taastefful sermon \ and in it fiev. .Bashford states clearly his views in regard to the true solution of the temperance question, and also throws much light upon the vexed question of bible wine. As there has been recent discussion in your columns I " in regard to this question, many of yqtir readers Would, no doubt, be very to read the following strong and convincing wprds from Rev. T. W. Bashford. C. A. I. What light does the gospel throw upon the problem which the Woman's Christ- Ian Temperance Union specially alms to solve ?: I I think that the Gothenburg system that is ! now' clamoring for recognition rests back ultimately upon a false interp'reta;-. tlon of the Bible in regard to theWo o£ eat slijpM its beat columns for the past t4roWnihii in seeking to have " law tried, tfow that led'we wish that Bfo. ,..,..... notice closely tlie fiffcs- eofkdtldrt of the drink traffic, and tfoetr iflJ(X months front ttoW tfiv* us te tfae tima to look for iif5Cttffdidopinirtti ad to ifcs fr. f be' (Iftes hot Hhd tliat the atrimint of jeer ahd tflher liquors consumed htts ieen irterfciwed by often saloonfl, tlien t wilt huve Worked different!* in £sth* crVille IKftrt it liAain EffltoetsbUrg, He will ate0 find that by that time he will see five*. d^Unk,0ft men on the streets whfere 1 fife now 1 sees one. CHRISTMAS GOODS FlFTY-TWO DIVIDENDS, As afieneral thing investors are pleased to receive only two dividends a year, and if they ate paid with regularity are fully satisfied/ When one, however, can reciv.o lifty-two dividends in a year upon an in- 1 vestnient of only three dollars, the matter doserveS-vcry serious attention. -•"Tiifc INBEPBNDJENT .of New York for forty-six years has held the first position among'tho great religious literary and family weeklies of the land. It presents featurcs-for the coming year far in advance of any tttiretofftro offered. It has the lead* ing cohtffbulors of tho world, prints the best poefryi it has twenty-one depart? nicnf), edited by specialists, devoted to Fine Arts, Science, Insurance* Finance,, Blblicaimesoarch, .Sunday-School, Missions, Heal th,'etc. TJIE INDEPENDENT Is" and the place to look is » D. McGregor's Furniture Stored * He has a fine assortment of Ladies and Gent's Bookers, Dining Chairs, Tables, Writing Desks, Oarpet' Sweepers, etc. , i Call and look our Stock over : and get prices before buying oiuiif, journal, i;uu« O.^LJ> tnurjL'mni/iuix J. 10 *-* » particularly fitted for intelligent people, vour Christmas ' "* UU1 v^iiiHwiid* meri," ibusineHa men ,or fivi'ttierB, and for their families. It costs rf*. <^. '^i HAVE YOU BEEN Walker atppug,,, the _Je|ws, and that Jesus, therefore, usediand made alcoholic wine. Hence the majority of European scholars'Insist upon the" use of fermented wines for the 's'tfcrament, and many church members use wlno.upon their tables. Under_the cbh- 'fSjjJiQjj viptlon that Christ made and Used intoxi- [tn'ortfi' eating wines, rind^that the evils of hitein- I as peranco arise from^the"' abuse of this'good creature of God, comes tne cry for {he government ownership'6f tffe traffic. 11^ the premise is correct the conclusion}», legitimate. - , But.'an" ; exam I tuition of every passage in 1 tho EiBlejn whieji tho word 'Wine is uUefl} loads us ;,to the conviction that the Biblo^ recognMs two kinds of .wine,., This view) seems tojus to become much .cleare'r 'by a' GO to the New Firm- yon; to '-palL J ii*»»^'^'! .Kemember "Carte study pf'iho words' Jn (rho.original.' ,._ t liave USOQ the same word wine where the origin^) Hebrew has mude^a dfai Henco 1 >va'have the apparently - 70 _,, coatradio%on in the-Bible lUf tne' highest; r • "'•''' 1 of*the strop^bsti cbndemiia«j i^ ^tltARproval and sometime* wJih-^isipproval in^the^Sible, wJiile tho^speciflc Swords for st't6p'g d£lri)t'ar6 us "ed *^rtn~."cbaracteristic-disapproval, and tbQl&pecific words for unfermenteicL'drinks with characterJstlCjapprqya. If ew^Js. correct itVoHeves'the app'aj-cnt ' of ttio.word'qt Qoduppn three dollars a year, or at rt,of tho year, ? MPMP?$ sent to any person free on second . C. CALL. -.. O. F. PEEK. C3QARD &. PEEK, JONKS .&. SMITH, Ai ESTATE and OOLLEOTIONS "' AtQONA, IOWA. Estate. BQUNSON, ,;4 ^ ;V r>i rwfi^jBf EK wvm%4m*mfr< *K^<AT .''30ft«if caif* dfcKRordoi^protnpttyftttendeafto.r, ,. • * Q.RqSHW, /- • J A TMnv WINAi IOTICB, In the Distric A. D. McGregor. l^TTERSON & SON, —<W!teu in ueed of— , Something Nice For the TabL •^.^K * v ii ^ > 'V,*^ s,"V* •. 't 3" .' - _« ^Bls -siibfect. One can readily^hink that st of Cana Jesus might have e host, in ithe exigency which' He had'^uated by' the presence of Himself and his disciples, wha"t'',w,e know Him to' ' ' 4p't NEVf GROCERY FIRM I ..«.«7ii..V«"«M .»,...«.••"""•••.•""•"".•""",""""' v " " ' -' 4 ' - ' 7V\ BA.J: d • *\ * > , i If* H i 1 ' . w *,- \ & O ^i'Male^l>..:,,& f\ r ^ • '• V c 'j« s j' 1 We have 6p|ned, a^eq^ ^rroc0yj Store fcpr doors your trade $ Butter and Egg's t^keiiin exchange Jo? goocls..jye sell as cheap 'as a^y',3^lous > e in t^— f*\ * «. —. ~« M «V X»Vk • 1 t f conataptly doingf-ln'patttre, viz,:, he mlglj|t'tiavo produced pure unforraent- ed grape$ulce. But Christ Went 'far be- y<md ^ action In', all liv|pg, processes, if He not^nly produced the^pre grape, juice but pua&fed It on tp f decay,^and thusfur- .pishefl^jishost and the "gqestY a product 1 , ' Iowa MarOTerm/l«)"6.— WfL. Franck vs. B. r P., Sifflbting,; G: -'A, ' ,. ingrald : An^l , ' * *. j)unuagu»wini D, yv,. AU>Yiiaenu. r t > To P. J/§iberg apd Ingrald Bi Belle- .u. <3 «. t *.« j9 « »^tn . XT*«« i. •.A'i. A»«^l*»« ' ~, nli Gs^jl son, defehd You are'hereby' notified of vegetjible death and' a source of , animal gpd spi§|ual death,' Again, any reason* able exmnation pf 'Christ's parable of the .'pri^serY^jon of now Vine-in new^ sl^ina can »'<^t<Jnly upon'.tho theory that Christ referroCfo wipe that \yaa not intoxicating and tb^jtho meant by Its preservation the "'' co of jt free from ferroentatlop, true tbat'jspme mlssjonaries found any : that there,iS'how on filo'in the 1 office jpf tht) Clerk of the District-Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, a.petition pf the plaintiff ,in the above entitled cause, claiming of-B. •B, Swotting,-C. v A. Eoss-f-B^rvBelleson, P. J<, Solberg, Ingrald B. Bollesqn and,D. W. Townsond the sum of seventeen hundred dollars (*1,700), with' Interest ' at the rate of 7 per cent, per ..annum-• from November 1, 1894, ~ with / costs and a reasonable attorney fee; asking the ..foreclosure of a certain mortgage given by B, Bi 'Swotting to W. L, Franckto secure.tne payment o£saidnote,upon the northeast >U of, Sec. Six (6), tQwnsplp Ninety-four (94), range Twenty-nine (»9), west 01 the Fifth P, M,; asking that whatever claim 'P." J, We have on hand a ni««- lin»» '»f Csintifd (rctotte, Dried Frin'fc«; Oruckera . . and Choice Cream C;ithly. Wo hav^jiw^openerf »«i> «»«;" f/ j^a±:AftapMiv»w* ^ ;; ^? * T ,ii|RE^A^A.^),l3|T*S&:^.i s , fg or Ingrald iP.'Bellesop may-'haye Sol in and to said land, be declared inferior-to plaintiff'? mortgage, apd that'their .claims be forever foreclosed and barred, and -for relief: apd unless you 'It^e BOUCltv* cuntmu»u tuiiDij cviiu ^mcoo ;wu appear apd defend op or before noop o| tpe fourth day of the pest March term of sftjd court, to be begup and boldeg at .the Court House Jn Algopa,>,ip said countyjnd I Have tbe :,.'; ^sortment., I Have a Splendid Assortment i.Hairea Store *-..<- 1 Jr ' M* »' t - ',, ,f5*' P' l 'X'^> .#'*>WW*$ ' ' t* £ '•"A *»* 1 ( ?f 11 ^.j^f^ ** 1' »s ' "1 >lF y I jf*r< ft W 'M/6ffi$ ^.Sl^Vy wines $pne Orient i apd tbfs f^ct with state, op' the 4th day of the upi^banglog customs 1895. default will b<? ^ptered led schojars ^o deejay that Chrlft did not ' apd judgment rendered thereon;,. \< make ojj?, use a sweet w|ne,v Bat'tpp very ex}stop.^e apiopg $ J^ws of over tlps'use of fQrinep,tfid or wipes a$ tUe Passoy^i 1 , tl^e, fact' tbat f »JJ mm, l ' ' f ' ^yfiuOA&'PftHSTJBPT; Prqps, " : ' »^ ^in. are hereby notified tb&t,pp the first e t ^ ATinMAI DAMl^ ^'.W. 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