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THE SUN)AY. SHOOL
LESSON V, FOURTH QUARTER, INTER
NATIONAL SERIES, NOV. 4.
Text of the Xesson,-Matt. dlr17-3o.
Memory Verses, 26, 27-4Gden~Text,
I Cor. xi, 24--Commentary Prepared
by Rev. D. I. Stearns.
(Copyright, 1908, by American Pres Association.]
When the first Passover was kept
Pharaoh was oppressing the people of
God and seeking to destroy them or at
least prevent them from multiplying,
being the devil's .agent to -that end.
At the time of this last -Passover, for
here it really ended, being flfilled in
Christ, the devil's agents are Judas
Iscariot and the chief priests and
scribes, not avowed enemies, like Pha
raoh, but professedly believers In the
only living and true God. The object
of hatred is now not the people of
God, but God Hlmself,.-God.manifest
in the flesh. This age wll end with the
kings of the earth and their armies
gathered together to -make war ~with
the same person (Rev. xvii, 14; xix, 19
21.) Notwithstanding all the hatred of
the devil and the raging of the nations,
God quietly works out His eternal
purpose and fulfills His word .(Ps. 11;
Isa. xiv, 24). Knowing all that was
before Him, our Lord continued from
day to day teaching in-the temple-and
at night went out and abode In -the
Mount of Olives (Luke xxi, 37). In due
time came the day of unleavened
bread, when the passover must be kill-.
ed, and He sent Peter and John, say
ing, Go and prepare us the passover
(Luke xxii, 7, 8). We are not told the
names of the two whom He :sent to
bring the colt (Matt. xxi, 1), but they
may have been the ..same. Contrast
those who delight to do His will with
His enemies, who want to kill Him,
and remember that He said, "He that
is not with Me Is against Me" (Matt.
xHi, 30). The disciples being sent do
not start off as If they knew every
thing, but -ask meekly, -OWhere wilt
Thou that- we prepare?" (Verse 17.)
Those who truly:desire ,guidance-will
very often ask the questions, "Where
wilt Thou?" "What wilt Thou?" (Acts
Ix, 6). A good question is found in Jer.
xlii, 3, "Shew us the way wherein we
may :walk and the thing that we may
do," but in that case the questioners
were not honest. To those who desire
It sure guidance is vouchsafed in such
passages as Ps. xxxii, 8; Isa. xxx, 21.
Both Mark and Luke give our Lord's
reply more fully than -Matthew. He
makes the way very plain for-them.
The way to the city they knew; then
the man bearing-the: piteher of water
would be easily recognized, and by
him the house Is reached; then they
have only to -ask-for the- guest -cham
ber, and the rest they knew how to do.
At his birth there was no room in the
nnor guest-chamber (the word- s the
same-and only used In these two-con
nections); now there Is a place for Him
and His. The disciples found as He
had said (Mark xiv, 16; Luke xxii, 13).
So It was when they went for the colt,
and so it always has been and will be
in reference to all that He has said.
We may depend upon It that all Scrip
ture shall be fulfilled exactly as It is
written, and to all eternity It shall be,
all shall be, just as He-bas said.
As he :sat down with the twelve-In
the evening at the feast He;said that.
He had greatly desired. this,s-but would.
not any more eat of Ittill It should-be
fulflled in The kingdom'of God (Luke
xxii, 15-18). As at therflrst Passover
Israel was delivered from Egypt, when
the kingdom comes Israel shall be de
livered from all nations and placed In
their own land, never to be pulled up
or scattered any more.
Some time during the Passover Je
sus rose from supper, :and, takring a
basin of water and a towel, JHe
washed and- wiped the dIsciples' feet.
The full account of this is found
in John il, 1-1'7, with the lessons He
sought to teach them. How he was
enabled to do this menial act Is, I
think, found in the words, "Knowing
that the Father, had -given all -things.
Into His hands and that He was come
from God and went to God." Why He
did It is seen in the words, "I have
given you an example that ye should
do as I have done to you." If-. redeem
ed by His blood we are to follow His
steps in all love and humilityr believing
that all things are ours In Him and
that He has given us the glory which
the Father gave to Him (John xvii,
22, 24; Rom. viii, 32). Only as-we be
lieve-that we are what he-says-we -are
by virtue of His .great sacrifice will
we hold ourselves- ready for -any -man
ner of service, however lowly, that He
may be glorified.
Sometime during the evening, -either
before He instituted the supper which
we call the Lord's supper,- or -the com
munion, or else after He had given
The bread and before He took-the wine,
He sorrowfully announced that-one of
them would betray Him. Each one
asked, "Lord, .Is It I?" John, leaning
upon Jesus' bosom, asked at Peter's
suggestion who It was, and then Jesus
by a simple act, which would neces
sarily be observed by all, pointed out
Judas Iscariot, and. saying tot- him,
"That thou doest do :quckly," Judas
went Immediately out, and It was
nght (John xlii, 23-30). It was-the last
night on earth for Judas, for ere an
other night he was where morning
never dawns. Jesus said of him that It
would have been good-for him never to
have been born (verse 24).
The supper by which we-show forth
the Lord's death till He come (I Cor.
:d-26) was partly If not fully Instituted
after Judas went out It may have
been that Jesus did not take either the
bread or wine till Judas had gone.
But, even If Judas partook of one or
both, It brought him no blessing. Many
still partake of the commnunioa who
only eat and drink judgmneft to them
selves (I Cor. x, 29).
Doctors said He would not ILive.
Peter Fry, Woodruff, Pa., wrftes:
"After doctoring for two years with 1
the best physicians in Waynesburg,
and still getting worse, the doctors
advisec me if I had any business to at
tend to I had better attend to it at
nce, as I could not live another month
us there was no cure for me. Foley's
Kidney Cure was recommended to me1
by a friend, and I immediately sent in
son to the store for it, and after taking j
thsee bottles I began to get better t~nd
continued to improve until I was en
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He-Why are you wearing that ex
pensive gown at that dinner tonight?
It isn't such a swell affr. She-I
kow It, but I don't feel like t-alking
much, and with this-go'wn on I -won't
be-entirely lost sight of.-Detrolt Free
BAI ta ,qh-Kind YOfliaAlJ~aS Beug i
Hi Golden Opportunity.
A Baltimore man tells of an address
made to some school children In that
.city by a member of the board of trus
tees. "My young friends," said the
speaker, "let me urge upon you the
necessity of not only reading good
books. but of owning them, so that you
may have access to them at all times.
When I was a young man I used fre
quently to work all night to earn mon
ey to buy books, and then get up be
fore daylight to read them."-Success
This is the season of decay and
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shorn of its beauty and bloom. If you
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with Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
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Kicks Its Food Into Its M1outh.
"This is an aye-aye," said the keeper
of the monkey house. "Watch it kick
its food into its mouth."
The aye-aye, a handsome lemur, hur
ried to the plate of cut carrots that the
keeper had just pushed under the bars.
It stood before the food, which it took
up piece by piece in its fore paw and
tossed swiftly through the air into Its
open mouth. Like a juggler, It kept a
yellow chain of carrots curving through
the air from its foot to its mouth con
tinuously. The quick toss of the leg
with which this was done had, unde
.nlably, the look of a kick.
"Aye-ayes come from Madagascar,"
the keeper said. "They are nocturnal
in their habits, and they live in holes.
The natives regard them with supersti
tious reverence. They are the only
creatures extant- that kick their food
into their months."
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Town Wfthou't Horses or Wbeels.
The town of Funchal, in the Ma
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and no wheeled vehicles. In traveling
about one either drives in a sledge or
s carried in a hammock. The streets
and adjacent roads are paved. with
small and curiously smooth cobble
stones, and from the first it was found
that runners were bette;,Ahan wheels
both for speed and comfvrt. For in
stance, when you come to a hill the
oxen- draw -your sled to the top and
are then unhitched. Your driver then
proceeds to toboggan your conveyance
gently down the other side, while the
team trots on behind. Horses are not
avgilable in Funchal, as the nature of
the cobblestone roads would soon ruin
their feet This is why the ox, with
his flexible hoof, is the draft animal of
.unchal. For expeditions into the
country the hammock is used. This is
slung on a pole, carried on the shoul
ders of two men, and is perhaps the
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world-no jar and no need to guide it.
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STATE OF SOUTH GAROLUNA,
County of Clarendon.
By James M. Windhamn, Esq., Probate
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
WEREAS,Joseph M. Bradham made
Vsuit to me, to grant him Letters of
Adminitration of the estate of and
efects of Thomas A. Bradham.
These are therefore to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said Thomas A.
Bradham, deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Manning on the 1st
day of November next-after publica
tion thereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said administration should not
Given under my hand, this 17th day
of October, A. D. 1906.
JAMES M. WINDHAM,
[SEAL.] Judge of Probate.
The books are now open for the col
lection of town taxes. For the present
the office will be open every Saturday.
Time for paying without penalty ex
pir' November 15th. The office will
be open every day during the last
E. J. BROWNE,
Clerk and Treas.
Notice to Creditors.
All persons having claims against
the estate of Frank M. stukes~deceased,
will present them duly attested, and
those owing said estate will make pay
ment to the undersigned qualified
Administratrix or said estate.
-MRS. SARA H I GRIFFIN.
Pinewood, S. C.
sept. 29th, 1900.
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n-the Grocery line. We fill and de
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No. 2.210 acres in high state ofecultivation. 4tenanthouses and outbuildings,
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No. 4, 165, 60 acres cleared, balance woods, one 8 room tenant honse, 6
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No. 5. 88 acres near Midway church in Salem.
No. 6. One 4 room house, garden, barn and stables,-full acre lot intown of
No. 7. 300 acres, part of S. R. Epp's estate in Salem.
No. 8. 47 acres 1 and 1-2 miles of Manning, one house, 16 acres cleared.
No. 9. 147 acres, 1 1-2 miles of Greelyville, Williamsburg county, one house
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No. 10. 147 acres in Santee township.
N&. 11. 210 acres in Harmony townhip,part swi.mp and pine timber.
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Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles, Eye
Glasses and'all Kinds of. Fancy Novelties.
I make a specialtyor WEDDING and HOLIDAY PRESENTS
and always carry a handsome line of
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DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS
Effective May 1st, 1906.
NORTHEAST.-READ DOWN. . SOUTHWEST.-READ UP.
No.1. No. 3. N'o5 ... .No.s. No.4. Not
Mixed. Mixed. Mired. STATIONS-. Mixed. IMixed. Mixed.
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2 20 8 05 [....7 ............. DuRant*............ 1 7 35 ......
24.5 S30?.... 12 ............ Sardia.............. 13 710 ....... ...
2 55 8 40 .... 14 ........... New Zion*.....:....... 11 7 00 ....... ...
3 00 8 451 ..... i5 ............. Beard*............... 10 6 55.........
3 15 9 00 ..... 1 ............ Seloc.*............. 8 6 40 ......
4 00 9 45 ..... "1 ............. Hudson*............. 4 -615 .........
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* All stations except Beulah and Alcolu are flag stations for all trains.
Mondays, No. 2. Fridays, No. 1.
Tueedays, No. 1. Saturdays, No. 2. and No. 3.
Wednesdays. No. 2 and No. 3.
Thursdays, No. 2.
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You should deposit your money in a good bank. As for safety, we have Burglary and
Fire Insurance. Time Locic, Bonded Ome ers and Regular Examinations, anc our con- .
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and the surrounding country.
Deposits October 1, 1904, $38,154,82.
Deposits October 1, 1905, $72,559.67.
If your patronage has in any way contributed to our success, we thank you for same,
if you are not already our patron, you are invited to become one.
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"Why does a woman button: her gar
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is discussed in the London Tailor and
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of whom advances this theory: "For
ladies to have the buttonholes In the
-right-side of-their .garments. has its
origin in the times when It was neces
sary for a.lady .when going out at night
to -have -a -gentieman escort, who sup
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Why is a. poodle, so -called? Some
one-says: -"Probably--the a=tural an
swer would recall the old lady who
said that no credit could be given
to Adam for -naming the -pig, since
-anybody would -have known -what .to
call it. 'Poodle' seems so obvious a
ensme: forthis *dog..- And, In -fact, this
is -not. far-fronr the truth about -the
origin of the word.- It is quite recent
in:.ngIish,-- not- -being--found- -before
1864, apparently. It is the German
'pudel,' which comes from the Low
.-Gesaan,.'pudl' to wadde 4nd the
-dog -nust .havoe been so called, as:Skeat
says, either because he waddles after
his master or because be looks fat-and
clumsy on sceount of-his talck .halir."
Devil's Island Torture
is no worse than the terrible case of
Piles that afflicted me 10 years. Then
I as..-advised to. appiy . .Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, and less than a-box per
ananently cured me, writes L. S. Napier,
of :Rugles, - Ky. Heals .all wounds,
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ThE4sin of. -Isrne
tuted," said an antiquary, "the church
and spious people generally -were dead
set against It They said. that it was
gambling in human lives. They said,
too, that It wouldiencourage murder.
They were right in a way. Life in
surance isogambink In.~human lives
-only the- odds are 'so greatly in -the
companies' favor thate-they can never
lose. It is also an encouragement to
murder. A good many murders .ares
committed every year for the sake-of
life insurance policies. But these evils
are--:no more thanT~y specks on the
great -beneficent :lIfe Insurance bodies.
life insurance does -so much good .that
the evils attendant on It are by -com
No woman no -m'atter how regular
her features mavy- be can be called
pretty if hir comnplexion is bad. Orino
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and clears, sallow blotched complexions
by stimulating the liver and bowels.
Orino- Laxative Fruit Syrup does not
nauseate or :gripe and is mild and
pleasant to take. Remember the name
OInno andrefuse to accept any substi
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Bear hunting, with- the assistance of
guides supplied with a -well trained
pack of hounds, may. be satisfactory if
merely the killing &f them Is desired,
but it certainly is no sport- and de
serves not even to be ranked with trap
ping bears, as In the latter case -thle
hunter must possess at leant some
knowledge of the quarry's habitat -and
habits. Unlike a fox, a bear, when
once -found- by the hounds, stands no
chance whatever of escaping, -and
there would .be just as much sport in
shooting the animals In a park or -pen
as -to kill a :run to -bay <bear. .And,
while -this truth applies to mountain
lions also, there-Is 'not even the ex
cuse of the animal's destructiveness,
which is- applicable as -far as the lat
ter is concerned.--Field and Stream.
Is the Moon Inhabited.
Science has proven that the moon
has an atmosphere. - which makes life
in some form possible on that satellite;
but not for human beings, who have a
hard enough time on this earth of ours;
especially those who don't know that
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Eully guaranteed by The Arant Co
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Where She Parted Prem PauL.
A. certain old lady was -arguing
strongly for woman's rightsln the-way ]
of preaching when some one attempt
ed to put herdown wth atext from
St Paul. "Ah," said she,-"that's where
Paul and I differ!"-Household Words.
I have always thought -that 'what was
good was -only what was beautiful put
For Infants and Children.
The Kind YoffdUare Always Bought