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ADVENTURES --r, 1 OF A COMMUIt~t ~ntinued from Preceding Page) es, but is nothing more than hu- intelligence formed, unformedl ~ed, about human eonduett il acts.', / spoon Was listening intently, J good deal of surprise. [ get me,' don't you?" I ask-I nodded. ] ~t I am pointing out is that ::~ not an unintelligent ulPaSs-needle deflected this 1 ?.hat in some super-rational] *hlS Slmply human reason W~re and now what is to be l nat is really meant by free-I conscience is simply the pow-I ~ill to act not not act in aI InStance, whether it be in l t of intelligence or in theI t~.rallty. I am free to] false conscience or stifle I nscience, that is, I can do kOoae, but I am not freel ~onsibility and I do so at] That is the only freedoml ace Within our power, and tke the moral consequences ] Isa " ., Y that a man is free l wnat he pleases in religion, ! really mean is that a man l ..or reject by the determin- ~ Will, this creed or thatI s. or that pat~ of a creed. I L~s n~orally free to accept a)s. own creed or any part L~ hls pleasure is not true, [ L a'man is~ree to ntake of Conduct just as he ther words, just as in morals a properly in- L and rectitude of will for right conduct, so in religion a correctly in- ,'ence and rectitude of ial for right belief." )Oked somewhat blank. at he did not altogeth- So I determined to ap- another side. aren't (He was one of of theEpiscopalian our town). arc an Episcopalian," he then you believe in Christ?,, He said he I mean that you be- Was truly God incarnate, ' that He came to earth the way of salvation that He considered and that what unerringly." In affirmed his be- What did Christ say Him on this point Did He tell Were fre6 to believe eaSed, or didn't He lay strict injunction an- that they tie taught them?" startled. he exclaimed. I re- of course, read the I asked. He con- COTTON SaLT SANK PiI E I LUFF, ARK. YOU THINK OF THE GUARDIAN fessed that he had, but could not say was talking animately with his score-'lin county landed an order for 6,- the farmers' tills. Some of the cobs Ieommerce. From Everybody's Ms- that he was very familiar with it. card in hand, to the man next to him. 000 pipes in St. Louis. In 1878 the come from other Missouri counties, lgazine. "At any rate you can remember That wonderful golf game was being young concern graduated from foot- but most of the fOb pipes upon whichI -- that Chirst's teaching was very posi- played over again on the 5:30. Golf power lathes to engines. This raised Gloucester fishermen, PennsylvaniaI "What is your occupation, fet- rive. There was neither doubt nor is an absorbing pastime and I have its daily output from 500 to 1,000 coal miners, Pacific coast railroad I low,,' compromise in His doctrine. He com- seen. complaints by preachers report- pipes. The infant industry was on its men, M!ch~gan automobile makers, I ",I'm an orchestra director." manded acceptance and demanded ed m the newspapers that golf was way. Franklin county has been the ~irmingham steel workers, Austral-I "Really~" obedience to His teaching. He sol- taking, t!m. place of rehg~.on m this world's center of cob pipe production inn sheep herders, Kaffir diamond ,, " .... . ~, emnly imposed injunctions, precepts matermhstlc age. Well, ff one has ever since that time. diggers, or Dutch bulb growers puff Yep, when the mumclans ge~ olx and doctrines upon those who heard the right to believe as one pleases, It means somethinz to be the in vast content are grown in Franklin [the train I show 'em the way to the him and threatened dire penalties why not believe in Golf? center of the'world'scob pipe pro- county, home of the cobpipes of hotel."--Exchange. against their violation. He spoke with I do not know that my conversation duction. Franklin county, on the | solemn and full authority, saying with Thompson on the "believe-as-I southern bank of the muddy Mis- that He had been sent with all power you- please" theory made any impres- ] souri river, about 50 miles west ofl in Heaven and on earth. There were sion. I never had any evidence that]st. Louis, produces about 30,000,000I times when some of His followers it did, for Thompson never after al-]cob pipes each year, or 100,000 aI refused to accept His teaching, de- luded to it, and whenever he met me]day ,12,500 an hour or 208 a minute I claring that His saying was hard to on trains or otherwise, he always lTo reach this grand total of produc~I believe. He did not explain away the talked Golf. Itin abut 15 000 000 cbs are res'l ] S_E CE STATION ![ difficulty. They turned away from -- I cued from the'waste heaps or kitchen" RVI Him and He let them go. Take up FARMING FOR CORN- ]fires of Franklin county farms What the New Testament and search its COB PIPES ]would ben total loss is turned into [ Phone?_." _7766----7776----7849 ~ ~[ bit. Christ said again and again thatI l about $250,000 cash, which goes into unless you believe what I tell you,'. In the early seventies, one Henry] ! __ 27 WE!T THIRD STREET /I you shall be eternally lost. Do you!Tibbe, a Dutch scissors grinder and ~.~ ,,/ ] NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. ]i think that a hard saying? Whether spinning-wheel maker at Washing-I ~=--- "=" ":" ~ you do or not, it was His constant I ton, in the northern part of Frank- Ill] preaching imposed with the fullnessilin county, used his grinding lathel 11]1 Compliments IH[ of Divine authority. What you call to bore the pith from a few large] I]11 religious freedom or the right to be-lcorn-cobs. Into these cobs he in- IIit i~I~|]~t~ lieev , as one pleases was never lserted some hollow weed stems, or ~.~ a'La.~s..~stl [~] Christ s teaching." occasionally bits of cane He till BAKE SHOP tltl "I never thought of it in that way .smoked these f~rst corn-cob pipes. Illl ][]1 before, ," said T o p on.h m s IIBut they were too porous. So he I]ll IItl I could see that he,,was, bewildered twent to his friend, Ludw,g" Muerch, Illl ~ IIII and surprised. The beheve as you a Washington, for putty. Illl ~'~ ~n'~,t~3- please" notion he had accepted as the Mueneh suggesting using plaster of ~ ~ ~ KARCHER'S, shibboleth of the hour, and had hey- paris. The plaster of paris turned IN[ II1[ er attempted to square it with his the trick. . IIII iiii Christian faith. By this time we had[ Henry Tibbe exhibited his pipoes IlllPINE BLUFF, ARK. tilt 5c--Pecan Nougat--Sc come into the\city terminal. Thomp-I at the Franklin county fair in 1874. IIllIIll son went his way and I mine. 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