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Man Cannot Realize Infinity.
" 'Infinity' is another word that
Teaily does not affect our Minds.
We may think that it does, hut
we are mistaken, tor none is able
to think about infinite space. Look
closely into this mutter. If space
isinfinite.it has no beginning or
end that is, h i.j without bounda
ries. For mark a bounding line,
then the word 'infinity' vanishes,
and at once the Mind asks, "What
is outside the limiting line?" Man
has no hope of any answer. And
ll mighty maze Incomes more ob-,
6cure with evero'eepeuing plot.
'We may launch 'inio the deep
as far as we plcn& . hut the excur-1
sion will he-ustltf-'s. No discovery ;
can be made. And. to the dismay
of mentilists, they have found that j
we cannot think of a cause, or rath- j
er the meaning of the words first
"If we make a powerful effort to j
t hink of any cause, the Mind tries i
to think of its cause, and again of ;
another cause. It is known that !
thinking of -causes may be car- j
ried backward an infinitely long
time without stopping. j
"Notice, now, that we are in a i
corridor of a side labyrinth, fori
there cannot be an infinite time in i
the past, because there must be '
time in the future also. This I
would imply two infinities which I
cannot be. j
"Since it is utterly impossible to !
hink of any kind of a cause, even ;
one close by either our right hand !
or left, and whose effects are seen j
with our own eyes, it is so hopeless 1
to try to begin to think of a first ,
cause that great logicians and men
talista no longer make the effort. '
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"Take a highly disciplined Mind
of any one of the world's great
mathematicians, where one mind
contains more stored wisdom than
one million other men's minds and
watch what be does. He may let
fall a sounding !i into space year
after year in search of solution of
some mighty nrohlem. tie taxes
his mental power to the extreme
limit, retraces his steps and winds
up the line. Before withdrawing
in defeat he makes a mark similar
to a figure 8 turned over on its
side. All mathematical explorers
agreed a long time since to thus
m;irk the limit of their advance
within the maze. This is to warn
any other wanderer that it is no
use to go farther in that direction.
"The meaning of this sign is in
finity, and the ablest minds on earth
stop short when they see this ap
palling character in any mathemat
ical book. Only the superficial,
weak ones, even try to think of
eternity, infinity, beginning, eud,
center or circumference, limits and
boundaries or causes." "Edgar
Lucien Larkin," by George Wharton
James, in National Magazine for
If you want clover or timothy
seed be sure to see Monroe Coal &
Grain Co., before you buy.
Do all the good you can,
To all the people you can,
In all the ways you can,
Just os long as you can."
W. P. Beelstein, wife and three
children of Palmyra returned home
Saturday. They came over to visit
her mother, Mrs. Christina Luud; 1
burg and attend her sale.
Pastor Russell Delivers Ad
dresses at Panama and Colon.
The Marvels of the Canal Intellect at
Work Steam, Electricity, Machinery,
the Slaves of the New Order Future
' Glories Anticipated Mar., the Kir.g
of Earth, to Be Reinstated His R
covery From Sin and Death Guar
anteed at Calvary The Next Ten
Centuries Will Be Marvelous.'
IVmntna - Colon,
I'YIii'unrv "J, I 'as.
tor Itusscll muiil-
i. r I' ll il U..OM i.l-
tt rost in the ;nvut
work, which In
si x-oil I ii.Li to corn
plotioii. lie took
for his text Psalm
8:1. "WHAT IS
MAN'." lie re
l:i':.iv;i'il human en
jrhieeririK feats of
th.- past -tlie Tow
er of Habm. the great city of l'.abjion,
the Oreat Pyramid uf Egypt, full of
scientific accuracy, and symbols of
Ileavenly tilings. Solomon's Temple
and Herod's, the Cathedral of St. Pe
ter's at Rome, aud other sreat cathe
drals, each wonderful in Its way. were
referred to as examples of man's skill
In the pust.
All these stately edifices, the Pastor
declared, glorify man's intellectual pow
er not less than do some of the legal
statutes of the past-the Mosaic Law,
the Laws of Lycurgus. etc. These
achievements refute the thought that
our forefuthers were monkeys.
Within the lust half-century, human
Intelligence has bounded forward In a
most remarkable manner. The tele
graph, the telephone, the wireless,
pteam power, electric power and light
have given talents a wider scope than
ever before. They have forwarded the
art of printing, which. In turn, has
stimulated education. World-wide In
telligence is making the world fabu
lously rich. Millions are on the alert
to associate themselves with the new
things and the resulting prosperity.
Ths Canal Illustrates All This.
Modern cities, with their multiplied
conveniences, our tunnels, or subways,
under cities, and all for which they
stand, amaze us. As we realize that
these things have come within fifty
years, we repeat, "What Is Man!"
Bow wonderful Is the intelligence
which has been able to grapple with
nature, Its laws, etc.. and master
them! Is not man a great king In all
Nowhere is man's power to deal with
earthly conditions more strikingly man
ifest than on this Canal Zone. We
have here an Illustration of mountain
moving faith. Six tons of Trojan pow
der exploded at one instant, crumbling
an entire hill, is certainly a wonderful
record. These great steam shovels
which move enormous masses of loos
ened earth are marvelous. If only a
few years n;ro. some one Inid told us
that a man. by moving a lever, could
lift nix tons of earth, transport it au
eighth of a n.i'e. and load it upon cars,
all in three minutes or less, we would
have thought him insane
Tells ot Messiah's Day.
We must accredit our great progress
to God. His time has come for lifting
the veil of Ignorance and superstition.
He has been gradually favoring the
increase of knowledge along every line.
Wo today are merely taking advantage
of this more extended knowledge, car
ried Into homes and olliees by means
of printing presses, railroads, steam
ships, postal service, ete. Instead,
therefore, of trying to belittle our an
cestors, let us confess that we have
drawn from them deep Inspiration.
Let us credit our progress, not to ev
olution, but to the more reasonable
proposition that God's time has come
to give us the blessings promised in
the Scriptures the blessings which
herald Messiah's Kingdom We have
waited and prayed for It Now that
the dawning of the New Day is visible
on every band, let us uot forget to be
taught of tJod, reading iu the signs of
the times the fulfilment of the predic
tions of forty centuries
What Will Man Become f
Our text Intimates that man Is poor,
weak, fullen. unworthy of bis Creator's
favor and blessing Ue Is uot deserv
ing of eternal torment, but of the Di
vine sentence, "Dying, thou shalt
die." because of degradation through
the fall Yet Orx has made provision
for man's recovery from sin and deatb.
The foundation for this recovery was
laid by the Sin-Atonement Sacrifice on
Calvary. The blessings of that Atone
ment have been extended thus far to
only a small number, such as would
take up their cross and follow in the
But the selection of the Klect to be
associates with Messiah tu His King
Anm la OOlv th heclnnlna of (in1' fa
vor to iiiniiiliirl Tin' Kli-ft will soon
be complete. Thou tltu Klnpdoro will
be established by Dlvlnp I'owcr In nu
thorlty and dominion, not to crush
mankind, but for human uplift out of
sin and deRrndntlon, back to the full
Image and likeness of God.
If fallen man can accomplish th
wonders of our dny, what will not be
possible to restored man. nnder the fa-
Vorable conditions of Messiah's Klne-
doni, for which the world of raanldDd
baa waited ever since Jod promised tt
to Ahrntinm-fotir thousand years ago.
D. . w.
figs in winter.
During th-coldest weather it is
vl to bank up n round hoghojses
vi;h srrawor similar litter, ho!dinrt
it in place.
Do n t ue af f-traw for swine
beddin.'. Ir Tri'at.s the s kin of
young r igs.
I i snowy v. lather change the
bedding every ay, since pi;gs r.ny
a great deal of :now into their
If there is any hint of onstipa
tion put a i'utle stock moLsse;. one
gill for each pig under thrw
months old i r t the feed daily.
Wood ashes or ehureoal and s ilt
will eliminate i.ntesiinal worms in
All winter feed for pigs shouid he
given them whih
water for drinking should be furn
ished at a temperature of about GO
Feed the pigs at some distance
from their sleeping place, thus com
pelling them to take
which will benefit their health.
iColman's Rural World.
Woman's Suf rage.
I The following article was written ofrtbe di?e9se'
,by Mrs. Lillie Frost, the bright and! . " may be tfulv Sal(1 at at this
.intelligent editor of the Vandalia,t,me tnere is no grounds for the
, Leader, who is one of the best , Presence of small-pox save the lack
womanly women we know of: 'To of know!edge and prejudice of the
what astonishing lengths ultra ! people- If a fiood vaccine is used
, woman do go in their efforts to be an1 Aseptic precautions taken
spectacular. A company of su'ffra-, 8evere reactons rarely occur,
'gettes propose to ride horseback Small-pox may. very easily, be
from New York to San Francisco, ! broufiht from Oklahoma to Missouri
'scattering suffrage oratory and lit- j Every Person should look into this
'erature, scorning the ordinary me-1 question and Protect himself from
jdiumof the mail service and the ( sma" pox-
Pullman car. This entire suffrage!1 Address questions on prevention
'movement could, no doubt, be trac- j of diseases to Preventive Medicine,
ea to tne unrest or a certain ele -
ment, that has more money than
discretion, and who have created a
following of weaker women who
easily fall a victim to the money
and millinery of supposedly fash-
ionable folks. On the surface they
dramatically cry. inetJause. lhe
Cause.' But now, really, is it? Isn't
it just plain emotionalism? There
could not be a greater argument
against women being permitted the
Hnllot than thA m-mnor in tjKIrti
sneserKs to compass Her intention,
bome time we will read a course
oi senator inmans speecnes ano The actual decline in number of
when we have been thoroughly sat- - catte other than milch TOWSf which
urated with his rubescent vocabu- practically include cattle bred and
lary we will tell just really what raisej for mejt productioi)i ti!! COil.
we think of women's suffrage." lilules The m3rktfil tWi.uu, m
APPeal- ' numbers this year, amounting to
You say the farmers of the coun- l.SOS.OiK.) head, oco.irs in spite of
ty already ktunv how to farm? Well the fact th it there has been an ia
li.'ttn! Thtre are no better farmers create of 23 per cent in ;he av.raje
iu Missouri, great state as she is in value per head during the year,
agriculture, than the farmers of Pet- The present average value of bejf
tis county, and they think they need cattle is the highest ever known in
a farm adviser, and are paying one ! this country Farm and Home,
of the best men and the highest! o j,
priced man in his line to be found, i
and they are well satisfied with the
results. Over in Cape Girardeau " "
, i- . . Oub, why dont you get into the
county, where a big per cent of the .. ,- . j .
, . . i click and scrap, and be a good
people are Germans among whom . ,. 9 n, ,. ....
.u u . j ..Indian? Clean up hat dirty V ick.
are the best and most successful i .i ,
t .u .i. . . . i . and throw the refuse to the scrap
farmers on earth, they think they i . . . . v
. , . . , . i heap. The chances are that all you
, ,u . . i
a man fur that nnrnnca a tut thmi.
... 1 1 it ,v iii.ii g yuui u ww v , UUU
sand dollar salary, and they are
mighty well pleased with the plan.
If the very best farmers profit by
the farm adviser system - why let's
get in and get our share of the ex
tra profit. Doniphan Prospect
News. Mrs. Lewis Wolf was called to
La Plata the latter part of last
week by the serious illness of Mr.
Wolf 8 mother.
MRS. WM. ARCHER
Tells Mothers What To Do For
"My fourteen-year-old daughter waa
trai-v tVitn nrwl rioltrato Rho bar!
bad cough so that I became very much,
ilarmed about her health. She waa
nervous and did not nlpen trell had
very little appetite and doctors did
cot help her. Having heard so much,
about Vinol, I decided to give It a
trial. It has helped hei wonderfully.
?hB can slcep aU Elght now without
":ou?hinfionce: '" h?r cEh is
proved at?d sl.a hi.; trained iu weight
Virol is wonderful nedlclne, and I
will always keep it. in the ou?'. I
vi.-h ovory mother knew what Vinol
will CO for dlic.-iti children." Mr:;.
Wm. Archer, "-3 rs:o.dy, Vin ;
Branch, N. J.
This dv'kioit3 rid l!rr and iron
preparation v.-i'hout oil is a wo.iO l'Tui
body-builder nml ftrcnf th-nreafnr for
Loth young and old. We promH
to give back your roney in every
such cae where Vinol d-j..-. not
benefit. This shows our falt'i W Vinol,
L. M. Wood, I;. ;.-t, .'.! :.roe
PREVENT! VC .'1 ilCi:-.
The epidemic of sma!!-p . i;i Ck-
lahoma swvro ns -jii i!!"..n , t
, " Vl
me cost to a community of one in
fectious disease. The people are
leaving their homes and plicps of
business and the section is quarana
i If the people would Dractica vac-
i . .
cinatlon not a single case of small-
' ! pox need develop. The cost of vac-
' ninntinn tn the Sr. Tnn . . . . . 1 .4
.viuunvu w his milieu aieas wuuiu
' be only a small per cent of the cost
! The Decraese in Live Stock
j All kinds of farm cattle except
' milch cows are fewer in number on
farms in the United States than a
year ago. In annual live stock
m,sus 0f Orange Judd Farmtr there
is shown a slight increase d.iriuJ
1912 in milch cows, while the loss
0 hos,s was 35,-n,o.x oa sheep
2.373.00.1; iuvt cattle 1,338 001 .. id
hordes 36.000. IVmand for mieli
cows n;ii oe.'n mo-e ste.i'
the call for anv othe.-
cuss oi aa-
oaui ji.nian says: Ave you tae
chap who says,
This town is ran
do is to growl, grumb e and get
i " & c. w
sore, and bellyache abont every
body and everything. If you are
that breed of animal, don't you
think the country would be better
off if you were in heaven or some
place? No, we need you. but we do
not want you to play dead, but get
to the front and scrap like a man
for all that is good, right and fair.
It has been said that every person
is good for something. Have vou