The Stanford World (Stanford, Mont.) 1909-1920, November 28, 1918, Image 3

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s THE STANFORD WORLD a a What Determines Meat and Live -Stock Prices? Some stock men still think that Swift & Company -and other big packers -can pay as little for live -stock as they wish. Some consumers are still led to believe that the packers can charge as much for dressed meat as they wish. This is not true. These prices are fixed by a law of human nature as old as human nature itself -the law of supply and demand. When more people want meat than there is meat to be had, the scramble along the line to get it for them sends prices up. When there is more meat than there are people who want it, the scramble all along the line to get rid of it within a few days, while it is still fresh, sends prices down. When prices of meat go up, Swift & Company not only can pay the producer more, but has to pay him more, or some other packer will. Similarly, when prices recede all down the line Swift & Company cannot continue to pay the producer the same prices as before, and still remain in the packing business. All the packer can do is to keep the expense of turning stock into meat at a minimum, so that the consumer can get as much as possible for his money, and the producer as muclvas possible for his live -stock. Thanks to its splendid plants, modern methods, branch ,houses, car routes, fleet of refrigerator cars, xperience and organization, Swift & Company is able to pay for live cattle 90 per cent of what it receives for beef and by-products, and to cover expense of production and distribution, as well as its profit (a small fraction of a cent per pourid), out of the other 10 per cent. Swift 8t Company, U. S. A. Calf Enemies WHITE SCOURS BLACKLEG Your Veterinarian can stamp them out with Cutter's Anti -Calf Scour Scrum and Cutter's Germ Free Blackleg Filtrate and Aggressin, or Cutter's Blackleg Fills. Ask him about them. 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DANDRUFF MAKES HAIR FALL OUT A small bottle of \Danderine\ keeps hair thick, strong, Newsput. beautiful. LESSON FOR DECEMBER 1 THE STORY OF JOSEPH. LESSON TEXT—Genesis r:IS-N. GOLDEN TEXT—I latred stirrt th , strifes, but love covereth up all trui - gresslons,—Proverbs 10:12. DEVOTIONAL READING—Psalms 4 ADDITIONAL NIATERIAL—Genesis 1-17. I. Joseph - the Well -Beloved Son (37 :1-4), Joseph was Jacob's favorite Iron. T 4 -t This was due partly the feet that lw was the son of t - ft of his tIr love and 4 the son 0 his olk age, bat mainly because (if the supertur qual- ities which Joseph possessed. This favoritism expressed Itself in a su- perior position and more respectable (•lothes. That Jacob should feel par- tial toward Joseph, perhaps, was un- avoidable, but that he should manifest it was extremely unwise. Serious trouble will always result from par- tiality being shown toward children. Ills brethren's intense hatred burst forth upon him. This fettling was in- tensified by his pure life and by his testimony among them because of th6r evil deeds. Josiah is a type of Christ. He was living in fellowship with his father At Ilebron (37:14); Christ was with the Father be- fore coming into the world (John 16:28); Joseph was the beloved teat (Genesis 37:3); Christ was the be- loved Son of God (Matthew 3:17); Jo- seph was hated by his brethren (Gene- sis 37:4); Christ was- hated by his brethren (John 15:24); Joseph was envied by his brethren (Genesis 37 :11) ; Christ was delivered up through envy (Mark 15:10). . II. Joseph's Dreams (37:5-11). 1. His brothers' sheaves bowing In )belsance to his. This was rightly interpreted by them to menu their humble obedience to him. This intensified their hatred. 2. The sun, moon and eleven stars rendering obelsance to him. This dream is wider in Its applica- tion. The eleven stars are identical with the eleven sheaves. The sun and moon, as rightly interpreted by hits fa- ther, represented his father and moth- er as rendering obeisunee to hint. III. Joseph Sent by His Father on a Mission of Mercy to His Brethren (vv. 12-17). His brethren had gone to Shechern, about fifty miles distant front Ilebron, where was abundance of pasture for their Qocks. Jacob became maxis:as as to their welfare, and sent Joseph, a young man now seventeen years old, to find out their condition. Unde- terred by the envious hatred of his brethren, he willingly responded, \here I am.\ No doubt he realized that his mIssion was fraught with great dan- gers -the exposure to highwity rob- bers, wild beasts, arid the murderous hatred of his brethren. Notwithstand- ing this, he rendered willing oiled!. eoce. Christ was sent by the Father on a fillsaltinl of mercy to his brethren (LJohn 4:14; John 1:11; Phil. 2:7, 8). Though he knew that the envious hutred of his brethren would result In his suffering and death on the cross, he went forth delighting to do his Fa- ther's will. IV. Joseph's Reception by His Breth. \en (vv. 18-28). 1. Thelr murderoua plot (vv. 18-22). They said \Behold this drenmer Cornett), let us slay him.\ This Is what Chriet'srbrethren sold about him (Matt. 21: 36). They thought' they would prevent these dreams coming true by destroying the dreamer. Reu- ben dissuaded them from this act by proposing to cast him into a pit, in- tending afterward to rescue hint and restore him to his father. 2. They strip him of his coat of many colors and cast him into the pit (vv. 23, 24). In spite of his earnest entreaty against this act they perpe- trated this heartless cruelty (Genesis 42:21), 3. Their feasting (v. 25). Their heartless cruelty Is manifest In that they could enjoy the festivities of a meal, perhaps, within the sight and hearing of Joseph's cries. 4. Sold him to the Ishinnelites (vv , 25-28). Judah proposed that they sell him, as no gain could accrue from let- ting him die In the pit. One Juana, later, sold the Lord for money. Hay- Ing done this irifamous ,deed, they sought to cover it up by deceitand ly. Ing. They took his coat of maw colors and dippe.d It In the blood of a kid and sent it to his father, !Mowing him to draw his own conclusions as to the matter. Jacob Is now reaping what he had sown. Many years be- fore this he had deceived his father by trickery and pious lying. Others. The late General Booth was asked upon one occasion to send a message to the various stations of the Salve. tion Army throughout the world, and to condense into one word. After some reflection he chose the word \Othersr There was a whole serinet ;n it -the call to sacrifice. The Key to knowledge. \If nay man do his will, he shall anoW of the doctrine, whether It be of Clod.\ Obedience, then, Is the key of knowledge.-Christinis O. Rossetti, Girls! 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Get a small bottle of Knowiton's Danderine for a few cents at any drug store or toilet counter, and prove that your hair Is as pretty and soft as any -that it has been neglected or injured by careless treatment -that's all -you surely can have beautiful hair and lots of it If you will just try a little Dan- derine.-Adr. • An Easy Matter: An American and sin Irishumn were telling each other wonderful things which had been done In their respite - (lye countries. \I guess we have the best jumpers In the world,\ said the American. \Why one of our men ran thirty miles and then jumped over a ft -barred gate.\ \Sure no wonder he did,\ said the Irishman. \Look at the run he took.\ No Wonder. \What a smooth look the convict yonder has.\ \Naturally. Ile hes just been ironed.\ Hard Work Alone Never Kills Hard work never killed anybody. But hard work, with Irregular hour. and neglect of rest does weaken the kidneys and keeps one tired, ndserable and half sick. 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There was a shameful waste of material In shoes, but the war Indus- tries board stopped that by restricting th'e height, the number of styles, the variety of colors, etc.\ In World's Work Theodore Price tells how these and other savings were brought about \by diplomacy.\ Ile says: \Women's wear presented a delicate problem. Paris sets the styles for the Certainly gentlemen in Washington were not to be consulted. Butt the war Industries hoard made a few inquiries by cablegram -the French minister of commerce and industry asked the or- biters of fashion over there a few questions -or, at least, It 18 presumed that he did -and the French dettignere suddenly' awakened to a fine apprecia- tion of the beauty of simplicity of Fame. 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The Stanford World (Stanford, Mont.), 28 Nov. 1918, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.