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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 September 1905

THE IDEAL WIFE Shapes the Destiny of Men The Influence of a Healthy Woman Cannot Be Overestimated. Seven-eighths of the men in this world marry woman because she Is beautiful in their eyes because she haa the quali ties which Inspire admira tion, respect and love. There is a beauty in health which is more at tractive to men than mere regularity of feature. The influence of women glorious in the possession of perfect physical health upon men and upon the civilization of the world could never be measured. Ueeause of them men have Attained the very heights of ambition ; brenusu of them even thrones have been establl&hed and de stroyed. What a disappointment, then, to see the fair young wife's beauty fading away before a year passes over her head I A sickly, half-dead-aml-allve woman, specially when she ia the mother of a family, Is a damper to all joyous Bess in the home, and a drag upon her husband. The cost of a wife's con stant Illness is a serious drain upon the funds of a hous...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 21 September 1905

lncrt'diMc Brutality. It would have been incredible brutality if Chns. K. lmborer, of Syracuse. X. Y., had not done the best he could for his suffering non. "My boy," he says, "cut a fearful gash over his eye, so 1 applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve, which quickly healed it and sav ed his eye." Good for burns and ulcers too. Only 2.V at DK. S. K. WOOD'S druc store. Court Directory "A cold or cough nearly al ways produces constipation the water all runs to the eyes, nose and throat instead of passing out of the system through the liver and kidneys. For the want of moisture the bowels become dry and hard." Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar is the original Laxative Cough Syrup. It meets and corrects the above conditions by acting as a pleasant cathartic on the bowels expels all colds from the system and cures all coughs, croup, whooping cough, LaGrippe, bronchitis, etc. Sold by W. A. Triekey. Randle Items. County court meets at Jackson :he first Monday in February, May, August and Xovember....

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 September 1905

''A Snmninn a . '".vCoiun. The JACKSON HERALD), VOL. VIII. JACKSON, MISSOURI, SKPTHMBKU 215, 1905. IsO. 4 I have a few Buggies in the cellar which I will sell at a sacrifice. D. KLEIN. nrii b b j'6 jairrinrffSB s 8 b'vd bit t LOCALS Wheat 77c to-day. A. Reck of Pocahontaa was in town yesterday. Attend Rally Day at the Meth odist church Sunday. COAL See F. VV. Beuckemann. J. K. Schmuke had business in New Madrid Tuesday. Dr. A. L. Bryte of Oran was in Jackson Monday. Cigars, best quality, at Trick ey's drug store. The Lombard piano contest closes Saturday, Sept. 30. Mayor Edw. D. Hays was in Perryville last week on business. Pure Fuls seed wheat for sale from St. Charles county, Mo. Cape County Milling Co. Will Heyde came down from St. Louis on a few days' visit Tuesday. Miss Mattie McCombs of Shaw neetown ia visiting in Jackson this week. Timothy, red top, blue grass, orchard crass and seeds of all kinds at McAtee's seed store. John Albert Schumke, son of A. C. Schmuke is quite with...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 September 1905

m asm fir CHARLES MORRIS DUTLER. Copyrlabl. 1M6, br C. Kerrta Butler. CHAPTER V. Golden Escape From Jollet. Regan had drunk a cocktail during Ixmis' absence, acd managed to clear his brain enough to reall that the conversation being carried on should (as Louis had suggested) be more secret; so when the youth returned be was ready to accompany him to the room engaged. "How did you manage to get Into the club?" Rcgnn asked in a sus picions tone. "I never got in." Regan started. "How did you know bout It, then?" he asked, amazed. "I know very little about It," was the candid answer. "You know I am eurposcd to have killed a man? It was during my imprisonment In the Tombs that I first learned of the ex-istel-e of such a society. I was In vlted to Join it. but at the cost of more "stuff' than I could then raise. But learned enough to know that there was such a place as the 'city,' and 1 row want to find out how to get there." "I am looking for a bright eonfed rate," said Regan. "I've got ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 September 1905

If you are interested In good rrxiy-to-wr-ir clothes that fit right and wear right) aik your desist for SCHWAB Clothing. You can't find better clothes at mora reasonable price $10 to $25. li your dealer doesn't sell our clothing, write us -and ws wilt tend you the name of a dealer who does. Write for our new style book It's free. Schwab Clothing Co. Makers of Honest Clothes It L ST. LOUIS, Ma W. L. Douglas S&SSHOESffA W. L. Douglas S4.00 Cilt Edge Line . cannot be equalled at any price. nrtiMhiuhMt III juiM.UTS. W.L.DOUOLA3 MAKES AM O SELLS ' MORE MEM'S S3. BO SHOES THAU 1 APT OTHm fXUFAOTURER. I flA ftllii RksjAnO it snysnswhs tin ' tIU,UUU disprova this atltamant W. L. Douglas $.1.50 shoes have by their rx eetlmt style, easy fitting, and superior wearing evellHes. achis ed the largest sale of any $3.50 hoe In tht world. They arc lust as pood al thosa that cost you (5.00 to S7.00 the only tllllerence Is the price. II I could take you Into any factory at Brockton, Mass., tha lar...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 September 1905

Jackson Heiiald. REI'VBLICAS IN roLITH'S. B. F. LI SK.. ..rtHl.lfllKK Mo. Term fr the Meuald are an fl- nw: Fcr ne year. . . Six ru.nth Three nifntli Hrotdrni 1.00 ..'in 14" 14' Arvr.BTiiN Ratkh: I,ih mule known n niMli-;iti..n. JACKSON. MO.. SKIT. DIRECTORY. KHSTV 1.IKHTOUY. I!MV Vr.l. K. !' ... Iwrnhard .iu-kel.. I., (irant .1 . K. SotmiuWe it' i.. "' l'ros.'.-ut mil Attorney KMrf entativo ... Sheriff . . .('olU'etor .Cin-nit t'hrk .I'ountv t'lerk .!ti" l'utz .. .1. I J'orterti.hl ..mriier h Mcr :iT.;..ate.i.;Ke It" F liavi. ...foil"""" ',,,ns ,,.V,kT C, E. ChnppeH II. t". mora" .ia. . rwoi . .....A-lato Jii'lue. 1st District L. F. Klot.nnan..... .. si-iate .1 noire ( . A. MaoMii , " . Ounty Soln nil Superintendent tlTY PIKKCTOKV. E.lw. I. Hays . f I ..- ... I l....ls.t Common I'h'BH Clerk I'r.'vidintr Judtre Jnd HMriet Mav-r. "i V.. ii. Sihlev AMi-riiu-n : , t (J.W.Vliivard 2nd ar.l y w Klhrerlit Win. Faar .. ..luhn Marke K. A. 1'rient Frnil invert .inner'. . '. . ..Inliu Hitter ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 September 1905

From Pocahontas. Well, it has been quite a while since the Herald has had a letter from me. There is not much doing at this place at present. Ruddle Adams sold his prop erty (house and farm) to Maurice Thompson. Maurice will now move to town. Huddle then bought Wm. Schade's property. Mr. Schade will move his stock to Jackson. HuddleAdams.FrankStarret and Tom Lail will start a livery and feed stable in the newly bought stable which is a convenient place, and a good big stable. Silas Lail has gone t' St. Louis, where he has a position. The Kvangelical Lutheran Zion's congregation had their mission feast Sunday. The collection taken was about $100. Joe Cotner is making molasses every day. He is using an en gine instead of horses and aver ages nearly one hundred gallons per day. Joe has an up-to-date establishment, and is giving the best of satisfaction. Nov. 15 our No. 1 free delivery mail route starts. It is said that there are four applicants: Frank Starret, Martin "Kieninger, Wm. Al...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 September 1905

(Ely 3aclisen I)erato. II K. t.tK. Publisher. JACKMiX. . . . . .MISsol III There lire Indlcatix that It will be a very cold winter on Sakhalin is (and. "A camel can go seven day with out a drink, but who want to be a eair.el?'' Whenever the "time Is rife for the treat American flay" Jou 'M beat lomcthlcg drop. I ft us keep the straw hat with us as loop as pofsible. It will be a long time till next summer. Harney Cidfleld ought to give up au tomobile raring for awhile and try alrthtps. They are safer. The rr.an who Is In the wrong Is more zealous than rareful In collect ing proofs to sustain his position. A Pittsburg paper atks: "Do vaca tions pay?" The summer resort ad vertisements Indicate that they do. A $C0 bank clerk In Paris has robbed the bank of a million francB. Paris isn't Milwaukee, but it la up and coming. An eipliclt contemporary notes that a boy has had "his head decapitated." That appears to settle the character of the injury. Costa Rica has had an election and, accord...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 September 1905

MM LE880N ONE OCTOBER ONE. Golden Text. The face of the Lord la against them that do evil.- 4: 16. I. The Historical Situation. The Cloning Years of the Exile. We are pow drawing near to the close of the seventy years (dating: from the begin ning of the captivities IS. C. 606-4) for which period Jeremiah had foretold that the exile should continue (Jer. 25: 12). We now come to the providential movements which made the Return possible. A new king, and a new pol icy, now took possession of the empire that held the Jews captive. Cyrua the Persian conquered Babylon. Babylon the Orcat. From the lime of Nebuchadnezzar's father (B. C. 626) Babylon rose In grandeur, power and extent, till It became, under Nebuchad nezzar, such a city as never was seen before, the most magnl.lcent and beau tiful city of antiquity. Belshazzar. The nominal kins; of Babylon at this time was Nabonldus. He was a most scholarly man rather than ruler. Interested In his country's Institutions, and making most valuab...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 28 September 1905

Inenflilile Brutality. It would have been inorediblo brutality if Chas. '. Lembcrer, of Syracuse. X. Y., ha J nut done the bet ho could fr hi sufferinjr twin. "My "'.v.'" ho says, "cut a fearful pir-li over his eye. s I applied liiiekicn's Arnica Salve, which qukkly healed it and sav ed his eye." ('.nod f.-r luirn and ulcers too. Only " at 1"K. S. K. W OOP'S druir store. The Movement Westward. The Kast is moving out West. Those easterners who cannot do ho bodily are more and more fix ing their interest upon this greit empire of the future. Were one to seek particular troof of this he need only scan the paes of the eastern magazines. They always have given considerable space to western subjects, but now there ' is never a month but that at least: one of the great periodicals brings 1 the deep-voiced message of the j West to itt Kastern readers. And this is not true merely because of; curiosity upon the part of east ern readers to see what manner; of life we live, but it is rather I f...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 October 1905

A inp.on (secretary Mat '..rt 'I Iffy f 'ciinihM i TME JAGK&N (MlElgALP, VOL. VIII. JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOHKR ., H0.". .NO. 17 I have a few Buggies in the cellar which I will sell at a sacrifice. D. KLEIN. LOCALS H. SUiSL!iSLJLSJLS.S.AJULSLSLSL SLSLSLSJLSLSl Wheat 77c to-day. Hertha Henderson is on the sick list this week. The county court held an ad journed term this week. You can get stationary at Attend the fair at the Cape next I Tnckey's drug store. weeK. Win. "Winkler of Oordonville, was in Jackson Monday. The Capr fair will commence next Tuesday and last all week. Cigars, best quality, at Tri' k- ey's drug store A. J. Sherwood, of the Jackson Store Co., went to St. Iuis Mon day on business. Jno. Albert Sehmuke who has been very sick with typhoid fever is getting better. i Toney Ooekel and Kd Kegen- i . .i -.. i .. .i t : Win. Wagner has quit keeping , nar" ,l inVB7 nivi uunnm boarders. He served his lat J in Jackson. Tuesday, meal Saturday night. j Don't fail t...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 October 1905

nciim Ml IJjJlM MWINVLRLI MiAM Millie 0 fr n. rv u l i i SOME QUIET SMILES HUMOROUS ITEMS, ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. )j CMAI&IS NORMS MJTLEK. "! 1 tgllt, II1O.1, by CHAPTER VI. The Forged Check. Lang, after liiv iiik Kcgan, winded Mk way to tin- rcsldi net; of Jim Den ver. Being admitted, nut n word was spoken until 1 1n twain were safe from eavesdropper In tl.o detective's pri vate sleeping apartments. "Well?' queried I iiMivor, taking a "at uim the edge of the bed, pr pritiK )i!iii8-i:f to listen to ling's lory "1 have made my boast," said InlS, fliiHhi'ii wiili excitement now that the time for r-al anion had arrived, "that 1 could rob a hank in the morning. How am I to do It?" "Forgery! my hoy. forgery!" cried the detective. Hlupplng I-nng on tho hark. "You have the nerve to pass a forged cheek - a forged chec k that Is not forged?" "I am at a loss to understand you at yet." "It Is easy enough." was Denver's reply, neatlng himself at his writing lefk ami tilling out a check from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 October 1905

COOD BLOOD FOR BAD Hhsumstl.m and Other Blood Dls aaaa ara Cured by Dr. Wllllama' Pink Pllla. "In thflloarl mine I wnsnt work on my knpfn wilb nir elbows preyed Bgnlnut rock walls, in dnmpiioss nnd extreme of cold," mid Mr. J. O. Meukel, of 2H75 Jackson avenne, Dubuque, Iowa, in d acrihinR bia experience to n reporter, "and it ia not surprising tlmt I con tracted rheumatism. For three years I hnd attack affecting the joint of 1117 ankles, knep nnd elbow. My ankle and knees became so swollen I conld scarcely walk on uneven ground and a little pressure from a stone ouder nay feet would cnuso me so much pain that I would nearly sink down. 1 was often obliged to lie in bed for sevenil days at a time. My friends who were ximilnriy troubled were Retting 0 relief from ioctor and I did not feci encouraged to throw money away for nothing. By ehiiuce I read the story of Hubert Yates, of the Klnner Manufacturing Co., of Dubuque, who find a very bud case of rheumatism. I decided to try Dr. Wil ...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 October 1905

Jackson Herald. KEI'VBLIC AN IN POLITIC. H. K. Lt'SK. Knori-l lit I ) iHir.ti.fl1.-) r.1 .l;wl."te M. I niKtUT NllVl'llllMT 4. I Ml i. Terms (r the IIkkai-0 are in-fol- F.T-'.np year Six niontlis Three tnonth" om.-p Keolili'tii't' 14" I4J , nvr.KTlsiso Hatks: LuchN r-er line each hiM-rtii.'i. Professii.mtl Canl P' T venr. l.i-iral Advert ic liients-leL'alraleB. Ii'lnyal rati- ma le known on nnplleat ion. IACKSMN. MO . IK'T. r.". Now is the time for the W. C. T. V., and nil others who believe in stopping gambling nt the Cape fair next week, to strike :i lick. Prosecuting Attorney lauos will prosecute anybody on whom he pets sufficient evidence. Let any two persons swear under oath they saw gambling and Mr. Danes will do the. rest. In the last week's Cash-Hook its editor spoke of Sheriff Oockel working prisoners for his own personal benefit. We don't be lieve there is a word of truth in this, and unless our editor friend names the prisoner and proves that Mr. Gockel did work him, up s...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 October 1905

Hi SPECIAL CLOAK DAY at BRDENING & KERSTNER DRY GOODS CO. on Thursday, October 12, 11905. Mi 0 h i Jt .iiii i i id jhji'w n .itL j r v i t n l j iiiiit. . m pi - - - . .v. ON THIS DAY we will have with us Mr. Harry Hasfelt, tlie representative of a large- Wholesale Clojik House, who will carry with him a larg ami varied assortment of Ladies' and Children's Wraps and Furs. This will give- all who attend the Cloak Day an opportunity to make their selections from all that is the bent and newest in the Cloak or Fur line this fall and have it delivered to you that day out of the stock earned by Mr. llasfelt. We can make very low prices on the Wraps and Furs sold that day, as we will not be obliged t carry all these in stock, and still lay before you a much larger and better assortment than would otherwise be possible. Don't miss this opportunity to get your Winter Wrap at a Hargain. Respectfully, BRUENING & KERSTNER DRY GOODS CO. Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians sai.l t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 October 1905

1k 3acl;sen l)eral. II I'. I.i ik. l'nlilishrr. JACKSON MlSSOl 1J1 Advice to those about to butt !n! Don't. The- Jnpn took one look at Secretary Taft'K phynlcal proportions und order ed whale for dinner. ror.sltily the man who Pint mohs to the New York capitalists Is merely another kind of reformer. "Treat children like plants," ay the Washington Tost. That's right straighten 'em with n stick. Are we to understand that the pro fessors have landed on the solar plex us of the nebular hWthesls? If the Tapnart's have to quit the army there will be nothing left for them but to enter New York society. Itussla's new legislative body Is re ferred to by tho czar as a gosudar Ktvcnnaia douina. Oh, but be must be mad! It Is siciilnrant that no person has succeeded in stealing John P. Rock efeller's socks while be is bathing in the morning dew. Roy Knalienschue, the airship man. Is described by a New York paper an "a married man with n family of little ones." Little airships? Another aeronaut h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 October 1905

For Fall Wear. .The moat fashionable materials for the autumn 'have a lustrous finish. Broadcloths which are as glossy as eatln will be much worn and Henri etta cloth and cashmere. For every day frocks there are the supple French serges, the wool mixtures In fascinating color combinations, the Venetian cloths, and the perennially popular cheviots and tweeds. The circular skirt will be prominent In the new modus, and the tunic skirt will be seen In a variety of styles. Both short and long coats will be the fashion. In separate waists there are to be variations of the surplice style. Many greens will he worn throughout the autumn and winter. Red is also fashionable. The grays, especially the shades known as smoke and I-on-don fog, are particularly good style. Electric blue, the plum, prune nnd dahlia tints and the bronze and ma hogany shades will also be worn. Grace Margaret Gould In Woman's Home Companion. Lace Blouse. Valenciennes lace was used In the Mouses pictured allover lace, t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 5 October 1905

A Class Poem. 1 ItV Mi" H-.l.-l ! I .- :i '-'I I 1. 1 '111 f til.' M lilt I I nil Hi hi. I ..f II I ! I " lli'H' :i I 1 lir Ml ln'-t . "11 1 - c;il in:!' ri i;i i I imiii M 1 1 . A I M I I . w i ' 1 1 ;l t A .i-li'i '. lie n- li'i i 'in' i- MTiuitti"l I" li':i Ami in tlii i-li.i'l ! I .! i ;i rl.i- 'I I i:i 1 jcni iviii ttiilriiii ;i jjlii-: l-'nr wV'ir i he I i J i :t 1 1 i i lir - Ami flulll llli' Im-s! s'lmiil ill tin' Wi'1. r li:ir ;i .t - st n I - t I w In mi ii! IiIl'I.I I n nnlri ii'Al il.i s I i Ii " i'i'i lii i'.'M . Mr. 1 1 i in :t 1 1 Miller i-i our Kivut iitli- le!e: III Illinium liii;- li i'.iii'I I IhmI : He ' 1 1 1 ;il-" il;i hull Willi ifn-iil smilM Villi li:ilwl:ili' Willi iniiki'il I'.ii'lllly. I, ill ilinl Ii.iihUoiiii' as I ' : 1 1 i' I ( 'ralie; - a s.ier iif ii'iilleiii- lie : 1 1 I ureal lame. 1 1 Nun ilmi't l'liee lie'i a tine jmiiiu man Yuu are m ileil to tin. I lii- Mii,'ii.u' II' Mm i an. M i- ( t i :i U mil iv.it w I iter. -t ali-tle I I, is rule li.i- mi...

Publication Title: Jackson Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 October 1905

,.,.,tv ( 'ulntn'ilii The Jackson IHIekalid). VOL. VIII. .JACKSON. MISSOURI, THURSDAY, OCTOHER 12, HKKi. .NO. 18 I have a few Buggies in the cellar which I will sell at a sacrifice. D. KLEIN. LOCALS Gl ISJLSLSJLlXSLSLkSLSLSLSLSLaji SLSLSULSl) Wheat 77c to-day. DuRee Jones went to St. Louis iitst Friday. Dr. J. J. Mayfield went to St. Louis Sunday. Cigars, best quality, at Trick le j'ji drug Btore. Maple Peterman if Paris, Tex., is hare on a visit. John Robinson's big show will be hre next Thursday. Sam Peterman of St. Louis was in town the first of the week. Henry Gockel and wife at tended theOran fair last week. Morn, on last Saturday, to .1. W. Taylor and wife, a fine boy. C L. Grant and F. W. H1 brwcht went to St. Louis Tuesday. Kor Sale A pood farm horse. Apply at this office. Henry Horgfield of near Fruit tanrt 5 s now a resident of .Jaek-Hllll. .John A. Saddler is building a ' new barn mi his property in West -Jackson. 1 Theo. ( 'irtr.iller, .lr. ing a new h u A nice assortmen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jackson herald. — 12 October 1905

LESSON THREE -The l.erd huth done iOl.DEN TKXT. -l'sil. tL'6.3. Bind t. The rrophecles of tlio Return. Rven before tho beginning of the ex lip, when It was only threatened, there was Joined with the warning a promise of restoration. See Isa H and 11. Assyria the oppressor should he destroyed like n eedar. though it towered like the huge cedars of Ieb anon dsn. 10: 1210. 24. 33. 34: eomp. Kzek. 31: 3 11). The point of this prophecy lies In the fact that the ce dar, although "the grandest of the daughters of the forest," yet when once cut down, never snrlngs tip ncaln. Isaiah again and again prophesies Hie r,.inA irhantors 4'-'.i"i ) and even names Cyrus as the ore through whom it should come. Through Ez.o l.lcl come promises of the new heart which would render the return moral ly possible (Kzek. 11 and 3t). He pictures the valley of dry bones, eyni bolizing the condition of Israel in cap tivity, again coming to life In the re turn' (Kzek. 37). See Kzek. 2i. 33. 31 Hie whole of Kekiel...

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