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tell of them now-fangled trial mar
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In' new-fangled about 'em. Mlno's
been a trial for mo for the last twenty
years I Judge. "
Mr. Wlnslnw'a Poothluir Brnin for riiil,1i
tH'thlnc.miftonB tlieinium, reduce Inflnmtna
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"The piece wan very raw."
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Many a man's bad tuck Is due to the
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Moro firm and suro tho hand of
courago striker when it obeys ths
watchful j;yo of caution. Thomson.
NOT A DISEASE
But a Symptom, a Danger Sig
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Backache ia a symptom of organe
Weakness or derangement If you have'
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manent relief you must reach the root
of the trouble. Read about Mrs. Wood-
Morton's Gap, Kentucky. "I suffei
two years witn xemalo disorders, m.
health was very bi
backache which wt i
simply awful. Icouli
not stand on my fee
long enough to cook
a meal's victual
without my back
nearly killing me,
and I would have
such dragging sensa
tions I could hardly
bear it I had sore
ness in each side, could not stand tight
clothing, and was irregular. I was com
pletely run down. On advice I took
Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
pound and am enjoying good health. It
is now moro than two years and I have
not had an ache or pain since. I do all
my own work, washing and everything,
and never have backache any more. I
think your modicino is grand and I praise
it to all my'neighbors. If you think my
testimony will help others you may pub
lish it" Mrs. Olub Woooall, Mor
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BBMsrV PI LIS.
BIG SAVING III FUEL
IMPROVEMENTS AT THE STATE
SCHOOL AT BEATRICE
GOSSIP FROM STATE CAPITAL
Items of Interest Gathered from Re.
liable Sources and Presented In
Condensed Form to Our
Extensive Improvements which havo
boon In tho course ot construction all
eutumer at tho stato institution for
feeble minded at Ueatrlce aro ncarttig
completion. E. J. Schurlp. consulting
engineer for the stato work, says that
the state will bo able to muko a big
caving In fuel cost. Last January tho
coal bill for tho Institution vat 3,iuO.
Tho heating plant wus old and hail
been carelessly patched and tinkered
with until It wa3 nt u low point of cf
llclency. There were many breaks In
tho big pipe lines in .the tunnels.
Great quantities of coal hud to bo
burned bufore any results could bo
secured, and tho system was alto
gether wasteful and extravagant.
During tho past summer the heating
system wus thoroughly overhauled
and rebuilt. Tho coot of tho work wnB
about $10,000, und Mr. Schurlg esti
mates that this amount will all bo
made up in savings of fuel cost for tho
Fire Commissioner's Rival.
An old soldier of Lincoln, William
Orr by name, is a rival of Stato Flro
Commissioner C. A. Randall and fol
lowing ench and every lire in tho
state takes fully us great au lutcrest
In the affair as does tho state olllclal.
Ilandtill gets his pay from tho Insur
ance companies, spends what ho wants
to and turns the remainder over to
tho state. Orr gctB nothing unless
thoso to whom ho writes dcslro to
know tho origin of all 11 ro and tho
secret of that agency. Tho Intter's
usual charge Is $15 for tho secret.
Sometimes it is paid and somctlmcB
It is not. Usually the letters are for
warded to tho stato department and
tho matter ends there. Mr. Orr does
not believe that many 11 re 3 aro tho
acts of incendiaries and for tho sum
mentioned ho promises to disclose tho
New Buildings for State University.
If tho stato will enter iuto a con
tract with tho city ot Lincoln whereby
at least $1.00,000 will bo expended an
nually In tho erection of now build
ings at the stato university downtown
campus, tho city will in return pur
chase tho property needed for campus
extension and will present It to the
stato without cost. This is tho propo
sition now being put into shapo for
submission to the city council and tho
people of Lincoln and to tho next ses
sion of tho stato legislature.
File Certificates for Taft Electors.
Nominating certificates for eight
candidates for presidential electors
who will vote for the election of Presi
dent Taft wcro filed Saturday with
Secretary of Stato Wait. The certifi
cates were In the form of a petition
signed by 5,901 voters of tho statu who
nsk tho. secretary of state to placo
eight Taft electors on tho official bal
lot. J. H. Culver, vico chairman of
tho Tuft stato organization, filed the
Greeks Getting Anxious
Flvo hundred Greeks ot Nebraska
are anxiously awaiting a reply from
tho Greek minister at Washington to
a telegram Bent by John DoBhllas,
president of the local Greek organiza
tion. The telegram of the local presi
dent was sent after more than forty
Greeks had come' to him to find out it
there were such need for them In the
Greek army as to justify them in
starting at once.
Governor Issues Proclamation.
Under date of October 5, Governor
Aldrich has issued a proclamation an
nouncing that on Tuesday, November
6, a general election will bo held in
Nebraska for the election of stato offi
cers, tho list beginning with governor,
nlso congressmen and members ot tho
legislature, and for an expression of
preference for United States senator,
and also for or against five proposed
amendments to tho state constitution.
Want It Spelled With an "O."
Protesting against the spelling ot
tho namo Monroe, citizens of that
placo havo filed u complaint with tho
stato railway commission asking that
the Union Pacific railroad officials bo
compelled to change from "Munroe"
to "Monroo." The commercial club
of tho little town takes tho matter
very much to heart according to tho
communications forwarded to state
officials, and tho merchants declaro
that tho reformed spelling of tho word
should bo stopped at once by action of
tho railway commissioners.
New Stato Building.
Land Commissioner Cowles reports
tho completion of a new laundry
building at tho asylum at Hastings.
Tho building cost $20,000. It Is
120x142 feet, all on one floor ot co
in ont. An averngo of 0,000 pieces go
through tho laundry ovcry work day.
Tho old laundry building, which has
two stories, will bo divided into email
rooms for tho uso of nurses and at
tendants who now occupy rooms in
tho wards. This will glvo room for
forty additional patients In the wards.
Py B. O. SEIXUpS. Director of Kvcnlnr
Dcpnrtmcnt, Tho Moody Ulblo Institute,
LESSON FOR OCTOBER 20.
MI88ION TO THE GENTILES.
LEJ3SON TKXT-Mnrk 7:24-30 and Mat-,
aOLOKN TEXT-"IIIm that cometh toi
tno I will In no wlso cast out." John
Chronologically tho incident of tho
centurions scrvent precedes that ot
tho Syrophcnlclan woman, though wo
will look at them in tho order bur
r.cstcd. Tho one Incident occurs near
Iho border of Tyro and Sldon, prob
ably nbout May or Juno, A. D. 29, and
the other in Capernaum during tho
cummer of A. D. 28. lloth aro Inci
dents) in tho life of Jesus that hnvo
to do with IiIb ministry as tho Hebrew
Messiah to thoso who wcro outside of
Iho palo of Judaism.
At tho beginning ot Mark's record
(v. 24) wo havo a wonderful sugges
tion as to tho strain of Jesus, ministry
tnd tho accompanying lesson that
truo righteousness cannot be bid, it
spenks for itself.
There aro four uses of the word
'answered" in Matthew's record of
:hls incident (Matt. 15:21-2S) that aro
luggeBtlve. Let us first, however, get
:ho sotting. This womnn was a Greek
a Gentile; by raco Bho wob a By
rophenlclan, that Is, a Canaanlte.
Thus sho was a descendant ot that
raco whom God, by tho hand of Josh
ua, had driven out to make room for
tho Hebrew nation, and as such Is
under the ban of God. Seo Eph. 2:12.
Vet this woman reaches Jesus, her
trouble being that her daughter is
possessed by an unclean spirit. At
her approach sho takes a lowly place
at Jesus' feet and requests that ho
heal tho child. She calls him tho
"Son of David," and "Ho answered
her not a word." Matt. 15:23. Sho
j had no claim upon him aa tho Mes
siah. This waB tho wrong footing, for
Bho was not a child of the kingdom.
It wns her need that drove her to
him. How sho had heard of him Is
suggested in Mark 3:8 and 7:24, cf.
Rom. 10:17. There aro eomo ques
tion that sllcnco will not answer. A
wrong conclusion will bo reached, as
In this case tho disciples camo to a
wrong conclusion and desired to
"send her away." Contrast Jesus'
patience with the disciples' impa-'
tlence, "she crlcth after us" and em
phasize the danger of external Judg
ment There are many great moral
Issues today t'at are demanding an
other answer than that of silence.
The Answer of Law.
Jesus then made a second answer,
tho answer ot law, Matthew 15:24, in
which ho accepts her estimate of him
as the 'Jewish Messiah. His work
was primarily to tho Jcwb (John 1:11,
12). Hut her need was great, and
identifying herself with the need of
the child sho "worshipped" Jesus.
He is moro than tho Messiah, ho is a
Saviour. Not yet, howevor, Is JeBua
ready to grant her request. Ills third
answer (v. 25), tho answer of mercy,
Is literally that first tho children
must be fed, and she replied, "Yea,
Lord; even the dogs under tho table
cat of tho children's crumbs." For
this saying, viz., that she did not pro
test against tho words he ha'd spoken,
but accepted the proper estimate of
him as being tho Jewish Messiah and
herself as outside of that covenant,
he made a fourth answer, the pnswer
to faith. He answered: "O, woman,
great is thy faith," v. 28, and grants
her carte blane (v. 28), "be it unto
thee even as thou wilt." As outcasts,
we must cast ourselves "at his feet."
Let us now look at the account of
the centurion's servant. Once more
Jesus is appealed to by one who Is
outside the Hebrew covenant and on
behalf of a servant. In tho other in
cident there was tho interruption of
a seeming refusal and here tho inter
ruption of an instantaneous granting
of the request. Again wo need to
read tho parallel accounts given by
the other evangelists. Verso ten of
this section Is the key to this wholo
story. What are some of the marks
of a "great faith?" FirBt, it is
tested. The servant was "dear unto
the centurion," Luko 7:2. Second, It
is progressive "when be heard ot
Jesus," Luke 7:3. Third, it will bo
recognized by others, Luke 7:4.
The Great Faith.
The protest in v. 9, and the remark
able commendation of Jesus thereon,
Is a solemn warning to all who are in
covenant relations with God and bis
Soft whom ho has sent. Jesus had there
a glimpse of that great comlnc day
when all Gentiles would bo gathered
unto him, v. 11 (cf. Rev. 7:9). Tho
centurion received for bU faith com
Viendatlon, and healing for his servant
as well, v. 13.
Why should there bo such a differ
enco in tho treatment of thoso two
when wo read of each that thoy had
great faith? Matthew 15:28 and 8:10.
Tho difference can bo explained only
by tho fact thnt tho Master know all
the facts about both and he adopted
such tactics for each as , were best
suited to tho case. This impresses
ub with the truth that porsonal work
cannot bo done by any rule of thumb;
indeed, tho Master seems seldom to
hnvo used tho samo method twice. Ia
there then no common factor in theso
two Incidents? Tho yielding of faith
always gains that which is sought.
HIS CAREER MAPPED OUT.
"I'm golu' to bo n farmer like pop
when I grows up. Wot you goln' to
"Mo? I'm goln to bo n bunco man
nn' tnko yer farm away front you."
1613 Dayton St.. Chicago. 111. "Mr
face was very red nnd Irritated and
wns covered with pimples. Tho pirn
plos fostered nnd came to a head.
They Itched nnd burned nnl when I
scratched them liccnmo soro. I tried
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Itching and burning of tho skin. Tills
lasted for a month or moro. At IriBt I
tried Ctitlcura Ointment nnd Soap.
They took out tho burning nnd Itching
of tho skin, soothing It vory much anil
giving tho relict thnt tho others failed
to glvo mo. I used tho Ctitlcura Soap
nnd Ointment about thrco weeks and
was completely cured." (Signed) Miss
Clara Mueller, Mnr. 1G, 1912.
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Wise Young Man.
That waB a very wlso Cambridge
Fludont ot whom tho London story
tellers wcro talking Botno time ago.
Olio of his college friends finding him
self without funds, went to this Sol
omon ot students to borrow. Ho found
him In bed. Seizing him by tho shoul
der, ho shook It I tit.
"I say," bo said, "nro you asleep?"
"Why do you ask?" queried tho
"I want to borrow n sovorolgn."
"Yes," said tho othor, turning over
and closing his eyes. "I'm uslcop."
No Such Aspersion.
"Do you got u stipend for your
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