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THE HARTFORD HEKALD
WEDNESDAY, JAJt. JUT, Ml
27k? Hartjord Herald
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J. E. Williams. Agt
Who Are Now Estranged
From the Fold.
CHWSTUN, ARE YOU WORKING
Daily In Your Master's Vine
yard, As the Lord Bade
You So To Do?
'WOltIC, IOIt NHiMT IS COMING"
lng to you! Jesus 1b calling for In- TilP pnriT inUSMTUPCC
borers. Whal will your answer bo? ML UnCnl fiUIflilllluLU
Wait not till, with hasty summons,
Death Is passing by;
Till you must,- with fear and tremb
Answer, "Here am I."
"If the Shepherd you love, you must
care for the sheep;
Precious nre they In His sight,
"They are out In the desert, they
Load them from darkness to
In tlio days of old the Lord call
ed: 'Abraham! Abraham!" and
Abraham gladly answered: "Here
To-day, as of yore, Jesus Is call
ing, nay pleading, "Christian!
Christian!" Have you answered:
"Here am I?"
We can picture In the Imagina
...tJonJhooldjjseene jind almost
hear The mild, "reproving "voice-oT
Jesus, saying: "The harvest truly
is plenteous, but the laborers are
Look out over your field, chris
tian, and remember "from, over the
ocean there cometh a cry," but the
most agonizing appeal comes from
the sinner at home.
People are perishing at your
very door and yet you, my christian
friend, stand Idly by, with your
Sunday - morning - go - to - cliurch
clothes on and look solemn with
pious dignity (?) while the sinner
perishes for the want of a kind
' word, a smile, or a Httlo encourage
ment. While you are in your.
church, rigged out in your best bib
and tucker, remember,
"In the highways and hedges, go,
seek for the lost
Gather them Into the fold,"
Was the earnest conimand that our
Taught His disciples of. old.
You can't find the "highways and
hedges" in the church, You , must
- seek sin where slri lives. Urgo
them to come; show them the way;
tell i the poor, discouraged sinner
. To "the weary and thirsty, the-'Say-
lor has said:
' "Come, heavy laden, to Me;
I will give them drink of the water
Tell them the fountain is free."
Don't go about your work for
theiLord' "with a pair of rubber
gloves on. The sinners won't con
taminate you. Jesus when on earth
mingled with and had compassion
on the sinners. Are you bettor
than He? Christians, how can you
betray such a kind and loving Mas
ter? Your best work is needed now,
for . ' '
" 'TIs the wink of an eye, 'this the
t draught of a breath,
From tlio blossom of health to the
, . paleness of death."
"Oh, to bo like the lowly Jesus."
lllcstscd thought! Tlio wise men
coming from tho Hast brought unto
Him gifts of gold, franklnccnso and
myrrh, and paid Him homage; yet
many of our latter-day christians
(?) go about tho work of tho Lord
in . a half-hearted manner, while
others do not even protend to bo
His servants after they once get
their namo on tho cliurch. member
ship book. ,r
"What a friend ) wo 'havo ;in
Jesus!" How patiently Ho hears
our trials and tribulations. When
wq.aro We'akl and (JlsOoura.gpdn;j0'
holds put Ills arms to tlioso wbb
betray 'llim '"and says, with Aa wei
como smllo: "Como unto Mo, all yo
that Jabor jint are, Jigajy. laden,and
I wlli give you rest." " ' "
Christians, tho sinners aro look-
Hear the sinner's appeal! Tho
day Is fleeting away. Darkness
draws nlgh, "and our foot, like
in tidied drums', aro beating funeral
marches to tho grave." They are
pleading for so mo ono to lead them.
Listen to what they say:
"Toll mo of Jesus; '"tell of His mercy,
Is there a fountain flowing so
AH who aro willing drink of Its
Say, Is that fountain flowing for
Remember the Lord has said:
"Bo thou faithful unto death, and I
will give theo a crown of life." The
time Is now. Tlio place Is here.
Will you answer "Hero am 1, Lord;
send me?" Don't wait until death's
grim messenger flops Its wings over
some poor erring brother. Get busy
to-day. unfurl tho banner of Jesus
and lot It wave In triumph over
"the land of tho free and the home
of the brave."
"Tell mo the old, old story, of un
seen things above;
Of Jesus and his glory, of Jesus and
''Tell me the story softly, with earn
est tones, and grave;
Remember I'm the sinner whom
Jesus came to save.
"Tell me that same old story, when
you have caUse to fear
That this world's empty glory is
costing me too dear.
"Yes, and when this world's glory
is drawing on my. soul,
Tell me tho old, old story:
"Christ Jesus makes thee whole."
Rockport, Ky., Jan. 22, 1913.
OF STATE UNIVERSITY
Which the People of Kentucky
Are Now Failing to Take
O ODD HITS OK XKWS. (J
o o o o ooooooooooooo
"The bride," says an Austrian pa
per, "appeared In a smart white
frock of pale blue linen."
A newspaper headline runs:
"Mother of Eighty Complaints."
Don't wonder at It. 'Our Own missus
finds even one troublesome.
The latest Irish bull: "It looks
as If she had saddled herself with a
veritable white elephant." Dublin
Paper. , ,
A Missouri lawyer, In pleading a
wife's 'divorce. 'case, stated that her
husband "undertook to poison Jier
without just cause."
From a South' Dakota Journal:
"The brldo is a refined young lady
of culture; a also,is'Mr. Smith,"
From the Oxford Register: "Tho
Zoo Js open again. It was closed a
few days 'bh' account of 'the pet pig
swallowing a stick of dynamite,"
In the present high cost, of living
thanks are duo the Corydon Repub
lican for this helpful recipe: "To
keop ants away from the refrigera
tor, tie woolen strings around each
leg, saturated with turpentine."
SCHOLARSHIPS TOR; SALE,
Dear Herald: I am writing this
little article In o'rdor to mako known
to tho good people of Ohio county
a few of tho advantages of tho Ken
tucky Stato University.
We fall to sco why It Is that not
onO out of every two thousand of
the State's population nttend this
school which you as citizens of tho
State have taken such pains to es
tablish and maintain, Most of tho
buildings nnncw and well equip
ped. They have cost tho Stato largo
sums of money. Tho faculty Is one
of the strongest in tho country.
Tuition Is freo to nil graduates of
Class A accredited High Schools,
nnd the University oven goes so far
as to pay the railroad faro of all
etudents remaining throughout a
scholastic year. If tho expenses of
of K. S. U. freshman wore that of
a Harvard first year student, viz.:
one thousand dollars, wo could
easily sec tho cause 6f its compara
tive small student body. But as
any frcshmnn here can get through
on two hundred nnd fifty dollars,
the wonder still grows.
If you farmers of Ohio, . county
want your boys to remain on the
farm, let. them como to State Uni
versity and study tho science of the
soil and animal husbandry.. k If you.
want them to become engineers,
either mechanical, electrical or
civil, let them come to State Uni
versity and get knowledge In a few
years that It would tako . them a
lifetime to learn otherwise.- If you
want them tb become lawyers,
statesmen, ministers or even the
greatest. oJL..nll vocations., a worthy
citizen, let them como where the
monuments of Cfay and Brccken
rldge are held up before them and
where an undying love for old Ken
tucky Is Instilled In their minds.
At least tlio four years of study
will do them good and will cause
them to havo life and have It more
ADVICE TO HOUSEWIVES
IIV NOTED ..MILLIONAIRE
Unties "knot In handkerchief. Finds
ono more penny. Counts four pen
nfo3. Sighs. 4 Drop3 po'tinles In bag.
Takes out purs6. Opens piyrfo.
Takes out ?2 bill. Hands It to con
ductor. Conductor makes chango
in dimes nnd nickels. Woman care
fully Counts change. Finds a nick
el short. Counts over again. Finds"
chango correct. Drops nlcKd In
box. Op?ns purso. Puts chango in
purse. Puts purse In hag.' Closes
bag. 'Picks up packages. StArts In.
Stout Woman-'-You- aro sur&
this Id n Vino Itrcat car?
Crowd In rear Z55XX! !??&&!'!
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Mr Geo. Buchanan, of' Welch, Ckla., writes: "I have used your Lin
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Unlment I ever tried. I recommend it to anyone for pains of any kind."
Position To ,111.
Tho young people of this coun
try, who aro desirous of entering
business llfo on good salaries,
should consider well tho advantages
nnd opportunities offered by the
Bowling Green Business University,
ft school that Is now receiving more
calls for Its graduates than sovcral
such Institutions could furnish.
Cow Illitli Register.
A girl In Indiana believed she wns
21 nnd claimed a big Inheritance.
Her father, for "reason," said she
was 19. TherO was no record, no
scrap of writing on tho subject. The
Court was in a quandary. A Solo
mon was needed for judgment. At
last a neighbor remembered that
the girl's granddnddy's old muley
cow had a calf tho sarao day the
girl was born. The old man's farm
book had in It the muley cow's rec
ord. The girl won. New York
is good for sprains, strains, bruises, cramp, or, soreness of the
muscles,' and all affections of the throat and chest.
Cot Entire Relief
R. D. Burgoyne, of Maysville. Ky., RR. i, Box
5, writes: "I had severe pains between my Moul
ders . I got a bottle of your Liniment and had entire
relief at tho fifth application."
Relieved Severe Pain in ShouMers
Mr. ), Underwood, of 2000 Warren Ave.,
Chicago. 111., writes: "1 am a piano polither
by occupation, and since last September havo
suuereci with severe pain In both sliouldcrs.
ULV M TnW'kUniunnUnUB B Ur
I could not rest night or day. One of my
menus torn me about your .Liniment.
Three application. completely cured
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Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00
at All Sealer.
Send for Sloan's freo book on hones.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan
, Children Cry
CAST Q Rl A
Some men are kept so busy
maintaining their dignity that they
never havo time to do anything else.
One In tho Vnnderbllt Train
ing School, Klktoii, Ky., nt 11
special bargain If ordered by
ilniiunry 31, 1013, We .also have
a Scholarship In each of tlio
following schools nt iii per
lirymit Ai Strntton Business
College, Loitlsvillq;, Draugli
on's Practical Business College,
Xnslivlllo, Tenu., or uny branch
.school in Kentucky or Indiana.
Tlieso scholarships aro ac
cepted tho same us that much
cash when yolt matriculate.
If you contemplate attending
uy 0119 of these schools It will
pay you to call on or address,
I L. FKLIX,'
Eltf Proprietor Herald.
James J. Hill has turned aside
for a while from his great Indus
tries to give advice to 'housewives
concerning household thrift and tho
expendjture of money. "The tend
ency of the average tyopian, ', he
says, "Is tp. buy y.erythlng as cheap
ly as possible. That is tho worst
kind of economy,"
This, is a new Illustration of the'
folly of the wise when they under-
tako 'to teach something they know
nothing' about -or tongivo advica to
anotheri concerning his, business.
What Mr. Hill does not knowi
about the economies' of the average-
American housewife would,' fill a
book. It was ho who said during
tlio 'discussion' - of 'the increase In,
prices tbatthe- problem was not one
bf the ' high cost of living but the
cost of high living, being doubtless
unaware, that, thpse on whom, the
burden of high prices, presses most
heavily never did any high living lril
Tho housewife as a rule knows
well enough, that it ,1s poor econpmy
to buy c,oal by tho basket Instead of
by tho ton, but she cannot, afford
the ton.,, Sho knows that cheap
shoddy is not so economical as all
.wool, but where come tho wages
tha,t will enable her ,to clothe her
family In wool? Tho American
housewife hasn't tho financial' clev
erness of James J. Hill, but she
knows more about tho caro-taklng
of tho homo, qn a worklngraan's eress
Then stop It I Stop It now I You
can do It with Aver Hair Vigor.
Doe not color the Ink.
He'd Seen It.
A mountain .exchange says:
"Havo you ever seen twilight In tho1
mountains, when tho last rays of
the setting, sun" play riotously about,
then slowly, with Bunboams danc
ing madly and a golden hazq, set
tling on, IhocJouds 'oyerjiead,' tho
god of light' drops'! suddenly and. the
Vdrld Is' dark?' " ', '
Another exchango says: Y'We
havo sepnfci'ilch." but we're oa- trie
wnterxwagon; now." ';
liHrf - '
A, Pleasant Tlmo Was HnrtV
The social at Mr. and )r.Mrs.'
StearnB.aWkdn8day-nlght! was, not
a success on account of the weath
er. Yo scrlbo and Ed McCJpllan
were tho only men present, except
Mr. Stearns. With our hoots off (n
jherqld-fMbloaed. wayWo sat bo-
foro'tbe ptvelanp tajked,' about old
tine's as far ba'ck ad the'paieTrals-
Ing at Talcott's creamery,
(W. Va,) Recorder.
Takes Druggist's Advice With
If anyone should know the worth,
of a medicine, it is tho retail druggist
who sells It over his counter every
day in tho week, and is In a position
to 'know what remedy gives tho best
Mrs. Frank II. Ullne, of West Sand,
Lake, N. Y., says: "For a number of!
years I was a great sufferer from
bronchitis. Last July I had an attack!
which was more severo than any,, and"
my friends thought I could not recover
from it. Then I was' advised by iny
druggist to try Vlnol, which I did,'
with wonderful results. My cough,"
has left mo; I. havo gained In weight
and appetite, and. I am as strong as
.ever I was. I advjso all who have
bronchitis, chronic coughs; or who are
run down to try Vlnol." f
It Is the combined action of the
medicinal curativo elements of the
.cod's liver. , -without the greasy ,olI.
aided by' the blood-making and
strength-creating properties of tonic
Iron that'makes'Vlnol' bo efficient
Remember we 'guarantee Vlnol
to do just what we-, Bay -r-i we'
pay back your money It it does not
James II. Wpllams,, Prugghjt,
-wages than ha can over teach -her.
New York World.
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