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Oct 1899 Adventist Review & Sabbath Herald Articles-e.g. White J.n. Loughborough For Sale
Own these Historic Documents!
Hold in your hands Sr. White's weekly messages
to the early Adventist Church pioneers.
Experience the rich spiritual heritage
etched into these fragile yellowed pages!
Early Seventh-Day Adventist Church Weekly Newspaper
“Advent Review and Sabbath Herald”
Editors ~ A.T. Jones and Uriah Smith
October 1899 Collection
5 issues: Oct 3; Oct 10; Oct 17; Oct 24; Oct 31
10 pages of copy (5 sheets, approx 11” x 15 ½”, printed 2
Each issue date includes cover page and page 2The October 1899 Collection includes 5 articles by "Mrs. E.G. White": ~ The Parable of the Sower ~ This Do and Thou Shalt Live (Part 1) ~ This Do and Thou Shalt Live (Part 2) ~ Our Example ~ The Parable of the Ten VirginsAlso, the following early Adventists contributed these articles: ~ A Blessing in the Sabbath Day -- C.D.M. Williams ~ The Teachings of True Prophets -- J.N. Loughborough ~ Thinketh No Evil -- Mrs. M.E. Weston ~ The Comprehensiveness of the Gospel -- H.F. Phelps ~ The True and the False Prophets -- J.N. Loughborough ~ Bring Christ to Men -- David Paulson ~ Actions of the True and the False Prophets Compared -- J.N. Loughborough ~ Susie Hoxie Marsh -- The Heavenly Calling ~ True Prophecies are Fulfilled -- J.N. LoughboroughNo by-line -- contributed by editors A.T. Jones and Uriah Smith: ~ Charging Losses to the LordBonus: ~ 2 brief, untitled contributions -- A.L. Hollenbeck ~ 11 poetry selections
Please understand that due to the fragile nature of these documents,
RETURNS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED unless items are not as described.
of Limited Supply: The loose pages now being distributed are the last
of the lot. Once the October, November, and December 1899 issues are gone, there are no more loose pages
to be had. There are a couple of bound books with multiple years which
will be sold for collectors with more substantial resources. So, if your
budget is small, but you want to have one of these amazing heirloom
pieces...NOW IS THE TIME!
articles are from original R&H publication.Some have a couple of
editorial markings in light blue or red colored pencil.Edgesgently
tattered.All items are hole-punched from a previous binding.All items
include full front and reverse side of each page.These are full pages, not clipped articles.
LIKE BACKGROUND DETAILS --- THIS PART IS JUST FOR YOU!
ABOUT C.E. HOLMES:All
my Review and Heralddocuments were previously owned by Claude E.
Holmes, an employee of the R&H in the late 1800’s and early
1900’s.C.E. Holmes worked as a linotype operator at the Review.He
was also the Washington correspondent of Georgia based Southern Watchman
newspaper.In his day, before Ellen White’s writings were indexed,
Holmes was considered the authority and was contacted whenever a
reference or quotation from Sister White was needed.
Holmes was a passionate advocate of Mrs. White and believed her every word to be authoritative and infallible.In
cases where only a page or two was kept, the portion kept held great
interest to Holmes, either because it contained writings of Mrs. White
or because it shed light on the controversy [within the denomination]
surrounding her status as a prophetess.
As keeper of the
R&H archives, C.E. Holmes had many, many documents.Most were
destroyed in a flood decades ago.I have been entrusted with everything
that was saved and am making the documents available on for the
edification of the Church in our time.
Holmes devoted his life to Sr. White’s writings.He believed that the
writings were a gift to the Adventist people and should be widely owned
and read.He caused such a ruckus over unpublished writings being
locked away from the people in vaults, that he lost his job at the
Review, where he had worked for many years.
Most of these documents
are loose pages, not bound. The original bindings were with shoestrings
and have deteriorated with age.Since the pages are already loose,
they can be distributed to everyday believers, not just those with the
resources to collect rare items. It is my prayer that these treasures
find their way into the hands that God has prepared to receive them.
A WORD TO THE BUYER:As
the new owner of this treasure, you are privileged to receive a special
Blessing from the Hand of God.Distribution of these documents was
made a matter of great prayer by the pastor and executive committee of
our church.We believe that these documents were preserved by God to
bless someone who is an Adventist and will value their content.God has
selected YOU and prepared YOUR HANDS to receive these papers.If you
ever choose to pass them on, please do so with prayer. Be sure to add me to your favorites list!
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