serving; worshipping. (1.) A son of Boaz and Ruth (Ruth 4:21, 22), and the grandfather of David (Matt. 1:5). (2.) 1 Chr. 2:34-38. (3.) 1 Chr. 26:7. (4.) 2 Chr. 23:1.
Another picked it up, but he went down before the bullet of obed.
An' there's cousin Hattie's cashmere shawl, an' obed's spe'tacles.
"Keeping in good condition is about three-fourths of war," said obed in an oracular tone.
Captain obed, of course, disclosed nothing of the knowledge he had gained.
He watched a long time to see if the owner would appear, and as none came he went back and awakened obed White.
He was not talkative when alone with Captain obed that afternoon.
Captain obed, whose mind was occupied with but one thought just then, asked a question.
"'Cause she's eatin' grass," declared Captain obed, promptly.
"Christmas loses three-quarters of its fun when old Santa's took out of it," declared Captain obed.
Captain obed Bangs and his guests enjoyed every minute of it.