The Inola News (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1922 Page: 4 of 4
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Second-class Mail Matter.
Published once a week >1 Inola, Okla-
homa. Price ti.50 per year.
WlLXIAM RANDOLPH HAMPER
Editor and Manager.
' The Stork left a bouncing boy
baby at the hone of Mr. apd Mrs.
Grose on the 24th.
Mrs. W. D. Scott and little
daughter, Lee Cam, came up from
♦fuakogee Tuesday to visitfriend?
and relatives Mrs. Scott is a sister
to Claude CrutchfieUl and spent
ber girl hoed days in this com-
' - -Jsl
A few evenings ago while a
pretty country girl who lives near
Inola was oi|t drivine Jier
beau she asked him if he wanted
to see the place where she was
Vavmated. He said yes and began
to shut off the ga3 when she said:
Violation of the apeed law ep>
dajje.s life and must be stored
Cut"* if out! You arie here-by
notified that the speed laws of
Inola, will here after be enforc
ed, Govern your-aelf accordingly
By order of the Town Council
of Inola Oklahoma,
MAN ASKS AND 600
ON THE SECOND HELL
I A. Wise, an aged and highly
citizen of this community, has
been quite sick for about a week
suffering from pneumonia with
serious complications. As \ve 2°
pr?ss Thursday afternoon he is re
ported very low. Dr. Bryant; of
Choteau, was called.
Mrs Martha Harper, of Clare
more, spent the holidays with the
editor's family in Inola.
, Ladies of M. E. Church will serve
Drive on about two miles, royjoysters at Farmers State Bank
1 1 iLk.r.> ' J
sister lives thfere now.'-
Ralph Pyeatt and wife came in
from Silotm Springs and spent
tbrrstmas with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Hubbard.
Linn Riggs and family, of Slick,
ipent the holidays with relatives
and friends in Inola.
Several of our friends dropped
in and paid up their subscrpition
last last week; thus insuring us a
Notice is hereby uiv^n that on the
Orain MrDaris, Wyatt Kersh, 10 th day of January. 1923, I will asll
Edwin Alexander and Pete Wiil- to ,he highest bidder foicash in hand
Our Basket Ball girls went to
Claremore and practiced on the
court there while Wyatt Kersh
and Edwin Alexander attended a
Da Molay meeting last night.
The querry "Will a Christmas
dinner pnrchased with Ill-gotten
gains bring on indigestion? Has
been referred to the moving spirit
of the, so-called, "Home Realty
Co." at Ft Gibson for attention.
iams, four amateur hunters, killed
a large wild gjose yesterday mor-
ning. Mrs. McDario cooked the
bird for them and they with four
hoe young ladies sat down to, and
enjoyed a fine dinner. The invi-
ted guests were: Misses ? ? ? ?
G. W. Tinker and wife and son,
trpest, spent Christmas with reli-
ves at Kusa.
Judge Robertson is suffering
from an attact of "flu "
in front of the Juatice Court room in
Inola. Oklahoma, the following livs
stock which was by me taken up,
posted and advertised as estraya«c-
coding law. The proceeds to be ap
ph'e'd an the law directs.
"Two gray mares. 4 and 6 years
old, 12 hands high, weight about 1000
pounds each. No marks or brands.
Two bay mares 6 years old. about 12
hands high, weight about 1100 each.
One branded "J",on Jaw; other not
N. J. Heibert.
Dated Dec. 27. 1922.
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The Inola News
A Live Local Paper
STANDS FOR CIVIC IMPROVEMENTS
Should go regulary into every
home in and around Inola.
LIGHT and HEAVY
Yes Everything in the Hardware
and Implement Line.
Our Stock is Full and Complete
Inola Hardware and
By The Layman's Horn* Ml salon an
■> Movement, 1327 fcnyder Ave..
What symbolic term doaa th« Book
•f Revelation uae for the eecbnd Hell!
.,i Rev. 1Q:,20: The beturt ami the false
prophet were (Mat alive Into a lake
of Are. Rev. 20: 10. 14: The devil
... and death and Hades were
cast Into the lake of fire.
, What Is the Lake of PI rot
Rev. 21: fl: The lake which burnetii
with fire and brlmatone
the second death. Rev. 20: J4, 10
(Amer. Rev. Ver.): This Is the second
death, even the la)ce . " Are. And who-
soever was not fonnd wiittan la the
book of life was caat Into t|M lake of
What do the elear
la the fate of alLaaat Into the lake of
(1) Of the devil, Heb. 2: 14: That
through death Be might destroy him
that had the paver of death, that I*
the devil. i i
(2) Of the beast, 2 Thess. 2:
Then shall'that Wicked be revealed
whom the Lard . . . shall deatroj
with the brightness of Hla coming
(8) Of the false prophet. Is. 8: 9,
10. 12: Associate youraelvea, O ye peo-
ple, and ye shall be broken in plecin.
Take counsel together, and It aluill
come to nought. Say ye not. a Con-
federacy, to ap to whom this people
shall say, a Confederacy,
(4) Of death, 1 Cor. IB: 20: The
last enemy that ahall be destroyed Is
(0) Of the first hell. Ho*. 18: 14
will ransom them from the power
of Sheol; I will redeem them from
Death. O Death, I will be thy
plagues. O, Sheol, I will be thy de-
struction I ' "
(0) Of Incorrigible sinner*. Pa. 9
6; Thon hast destroyed the wicked
Pa. 87: 38: The transgresaors shall be
destroyed together. Pa. 143 : 20: The
Lord preserveth all them that love
Him; hot all the wicked will He de-
stroy. ' PhlL 8: 19: Whose end la de-
struction. 2 Theaa. 1: 9: Who shall
be punished with everlasting destru
tlon. 2 Pet. 2: 1: They bring upon
themselves swift destruction. Matt
10: 28: Pear Him which is able to d«
troy both soul and body in hell
Acta 8: 28: And It shall come to pas*
that every aonl which will not hear
the Prophet shall be teatroysd.
According to the primary definition
of the Greek words tranaiatad tor.
ment, and to torment. In Rev. V4: 10,
11, and Rev. 20: 10, how should these
Rev. 14: 10, 11: He ahajl be tested
with flfe and brimstone. The cmoke
of their testing ascendeth up forever
and ever. Rev. 20: 10: The devil
. . . waa cast Into the lake of Ore
and brimstone . . . and ahall be
examined day and night forever nnd
ever. (Compare with la 14: 15-20.)
la Jerusalem with I la Gehenna out.
aide ita walla a picture of New Jeru
salem with ita lake of Are outside ita
Matt. 5: 84. 85: Swear not . . .
by Jerusalem, for it is [types] the
City of the great King.
Since Gehsnns outside of Jeruaalent
as the tatter's sewage plant destroyed
Ita refuse, what will figurative Gehen-
na—the eeoond Hell—with ita figura-
tive fires outside of New Jerusalem
do with Ita figurative refuee—those
unworthy of being In Now Jemealem?
Rev. 22: 15: Por without are . . .
murderera and idolatera Matt. 10:
2*: Fear Him which Is able to de-
stroy both soul and body In hell (Ge-
henna). It Is better for thee to enter
Into the Kingdom of Ood with one
eye than having two fsyta to be cast
Into hell [Gehenna] Ore. where their
! worm [destruction] dleth not. and >Mr
Ore [destruction] Is not quenched.
Since In the parable of Matt. 25: 31-
40 the sheep and the goata are flgura.
tlve, what should we Infer of the para,
bollc fire Into which they are caatf
Matt. 28: 41. 46: Depart from- Me,
ye ctlnad. Into everlasting lire, pre-
pared for the dovtl and hla at**la;
And thean ahall go away intq
•verilizing punWhment; [the Greek
here rendered everlasting punishment
Is tenUuin eionion, which meana ever,
lasting cutting off. The contrast In
the next clause suggesta an everlast-
tng cutting off from life, that Is wer-
laatlng death]. Hah. 2: 14: That
through death He might destroy
hlro that hath the power of death that
la, the devil. 2 Theaa. 1:9: Who ahall
be punished with everlasting destruc-
tion. Rom. 8: 23: The wagta of alo
What are eome Old Taatament pae-
aagee that refer te the second HellT
Pa 9: 17: The wicked ahall be [re]
turned [Hebrew, aliub, to turn or re-
turn] Into bell [Sheol], Fro*. 18; 34;
The way of life la above to the wise,
that he may depart from ball [Iheol]
WW there ever be a recovery from
the destruction of the eeoond Hell?
Job. 7: 0: Aa the cloud la consumed
and vanlsheth awuy, so he that goeth
down to Rheol shall come up no wore.
Pnov. '10: 1: Ho that bolng often rv-
9l*ved hardeneth his neck, shall sud-
denly be destroyed, aud that without
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Reasonable Now Or <
Public utilities do for a community what that
il^y can rarely do for itself. The provision of a ni
supply for the many communities we serve woi
next to impossible if each plant was a separate unit
Consequently the Oklahoma Natural Gas
a property that has cost many millions. To
^jPPly of gas and to meet the demands for enlarfc
of Service call for additional investment every jreor,
The mistaken public policy of holding the gas rates
down to the lowest figure the courts will allow seriously
handicaps us in our efforts.
Unless we can show a reasonable profit we cannot ob-
tain the money needful to keep up the present supply, to
1 say nothing of desirable betterments.
Hence the consumer must suffer, for a poor supply is
really worse than none. In the interest of the consumer
gas rates must be reasonable—not excessive, but enough to
make-sure of the supply, ^ w
Unless proper rates are granted, there is no possible
way to furnish grs, because that is the only way the supply
can be maintained and the only means of giving the kinaof
service patrons want
If the gas supply is to be maintained, enabling rates
must be paid. Postponing the payment of such rates per-
mits plants to degenerate; and eventually costs the con-
sumer more th:.n a reasonable rate would necessitate.
Better good r,?rvice now at reasonable rates than poor -
service afterward at excessive cost
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The Inola News (Inola, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 39, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1922, newspaper, December 29, 1922; Inola, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc180945/m1/4/: accessed May 22, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.