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Lorimur. Lorlmcr out of the. I'tilted stale Sutiiilu- or, more ueiuirately. ilt'i'ianil never to have, been ;i nii'inln'r of that hoity Is In Ills right place. In theory, at. least, the upper house at Wash ington Is a place fur men who repre sent, the American people at their hest. Ilou far the theory K shoit of the actual facts N another story. Nevertheless, li Is a safe proposi tion that the masses of the American people will bellexe that a hlow has been struck for genuine goU'rninctit In the ousting of Mr. L-urhni!r,thoiigh there may he proper anil wlilfspre.nl sympathy for a big man who heuan life with many handicaps, ami who, In a material sense, met his handi caps like a man. It Is I me that the evidence against the fallen politician was not the kind thai could be submitted with assur ance In a court of law. No man who accepts a bribe and then confesses l not a trustworthy witness. A man who could lw Induced to trille with a high position, and to betray the o ters who trusted him, might be ex pected to be capable of swearing to lies. Hut there were too many confes sIoiih in the Lordlier alTalr: and a few of them, at least, smacked of the truth. The testimony of lloltslaw. particularly, was that of a man who had been corrupted by cunning, and who was genuinely rcpentelil. I'crhapsthu bet public sentiment has held that a I'nlted Stales Sena tor should he above reproach or .sus picion: and that, very certainly, Lor. liner was not. Mrs. Peacliur's Will. The will or the late Mrs. .1. li. I'eacher, who died .Inly .".'il, was tiled for probate Thursday of last week. It was executed March L'lith, lull', and witnessed by T. ('. Iiuiigan. S. I . oTallon and Win. I'. Schulte. She pro Ides that It Is her deshu that her husband, .1. I!. I'eacher taku such part as the law directs, which Is that where death ensues without Issue, the survlWng husband or wife take one-half of the leal and personal property, and on allowance.! Shelves to her two daughters, In adoption, Mrs. Hat tie Shnpxui, or Oregon, and Mrs. Hurt ha Soward. of Seattle, Washington, her home place, which was devised to her by hei former hiisbaml. Samuel Slueke.v. tinting IH'e, and to il nd to whoer she illicit name In her will. To each of these she uNu b'iiie.itlis jL'.o'm, 'In (ieraldlne. snnofthe latel hailes 1'eter. she leaves .;im, lol'hailes. .1 nli it ami Samuel, s.ms of Mr. and Ml-. Samuel SIummim. she bc'liieaths m i each. To ('lev.' and l.eta.chlldien ir Huh ert Uiissfi and wire. -.Vki each. To Celtic, wire or Under! Uu-tel her pianola.! To Lucille, daughter uf her surviv- lug husbaiid, her piano. She cii-ates ihiie tiust funds. The tlrst,l.(HMt(.the 1'icsbytei Ian church, the luteri'st hiiiii which to Ii.mim il I'm church piiiiues. The second, tI.ooo. the lllteiest riom 'Allied to be iis., for the li, mii ill uf worthy orphans .!' iregim, lex-aidless uf parentage. ! religious naming. I lie tlilnl. r.'.oo. . tlit'llitcitM fluui whli-h In keep In Older tin- urates uf her former lmi lauds ami her own. The trustees n) ' the I'resti.Mrriau chinch aie pl.uvil In charge of thosi- irust funds. 'I'he K'shhie ol the estate to be di vided equally bi-iween herslsier, Mrs. Mattle llohi-its.aiiil hi-radopleilchllil-reu, llattle Slmpum ami Hurt ha Sowanl. Samuel Simpson U named as execu tor, and to sere without bond. The Inventory places the personal property at a valuation ol ' Wu.imhi. Learn Telegraphy. Fifteen of the leading railroads have recently advanced I ho -alailes paid operators. Why not get on the Pay roily Karn from inn tuiloupei month. Tliu Chllllcotlie Telegraphy College guarantees you a position, and further more will allow you to attend on credit and pay when In a position, NO POSITION, NO PAY. Hoard may lie obtained at very reasonable rates. Write for catalog. Address Clillllcothe Telegraphy College, 101 Monroe St., Clillllcothe, Mo. REAL ESTATE MIMEOGRAPH PUHI.IKHRII WKKKI.V IIVW.lt HICHAHtiH OHKIMIN, MO. orric'K ienTAHi in iiikmooiikhlouk. Abstracter and Negotiator of Loans, Transfers for wet'kendlng.luly liTtli, JD1L': W A It It A NT V IIKKIM. L M Couch to W It Tobln, JL'Oa iHtn :m io,nno W I Lukens to .) V Stone and wife, (la .'1.100. '18.. P'' J U Itasnie to C .1 Koock, no so 12,(10, :t!i 1,3m WKollraertoJ W Stroud ami wife, lands 20 and 3l,uo:ainl lota 12 and 13, blk"ForestCity ,'l,ooo J W Stroud to W Kolltnor, 70a 10 fid 38 3,300 About Wonders. The seven wonders or the modern world, according to a poll taken or l.ooo scientists by Popular Magazine. are ulre.lcs telegraphy, the telephone, the aeroplane, radium, antiseptics, spectrum analysis anil the X-ray. This Is twenty centuries after the Creeks had agreed upon a list of miwii wonders. Twenty (enturlcs hence the list may run something like this; uni versal peace, universal Justice, end of man's exploitation of man, the end of of crime, thuconUcst of all infectious diseases, the abolishment of poverty and the establishment of trueeittallty and brotherhood. Death of Mrs. S. G. King. Mary A. Pollock was horn lecemlcr Is. 1-41. al Stanton, Iowa. Weil at mld-nlght Wednesday, JulylM, lull' at Skldmore, Missouri: aged seventy years, seven months and six days, She was a (laughter or David Pollock, formerly of Mouud('lty,and a sister of .lohn Pollock and Mrs..totias Whit mer. both now lit lug here. Shelsthe llrst to die of a family of six children With her father's family she came to Holt county in the spring or Hi), settling iu ar New Point. S. (S. King came In the rail of the same year, and they were married February .. I -.". They moved to Smltlicouuty, Kansas, and lived there about twenty years, then returned to Mound City, making this their home until about three years ago, when they moved to Skld more. She jollied the Methodist Kplscopal cliutch when ten years old and has al ways lived an earnest Christian life. So khiill) and geneious was she that among all the people shu met not one harbors a thought or Ill-will against her. The unlier-al esteem In which she was held by her neighbors In Holt county was attested by the fact that twenty automobiles fiom this county catrifd friends to her funeral, besides many others who went with teams and on the trains. Funeral services were conducted at the home In skldmoie on Thursday by Ucv. ('. II Saucenian, assisted dv liev. W. II. Welton. The nest day her husband with several other rela tives accompanied the body to Cedar. Smith county, Kansas, for burial thereby the side id their youngest daughter. S. W. F. M. S. At M. i:. chinch. August tub. Leader. Mrs. i,,e Kieek. lii'Mitioiis, Mi-. Kun.. Hull call repouse. News about 001' llni'lol-. "An lli'iir Study With tur tors," Mis. Kllalteth lliinl.ci Mi-, i iia Hunt. i:iisues. IllM and Ml Christ Inla .Mi'nol. 'r near liiilu. Nelnaska, was line lor the teachers' exanilnat Imi last week, hav ing been secured ho" I hi Lake Shore school the eninllii; jeai. Ilel paii'llt fill llll tU ll-ie, lil .il I llllll.;. How lo See Colorado and the Yellowstone j It) all means pi in mr -unmier .n-.lt lull to Inelu le Colorado. A week of that glut imis air w III do you good for a llfei hue. And II. at won del fill -k ! Mien Italy cannot match It bir clear, deep I uriiiosi! beauty. Then the niounlain- they lower Above on everywhere scorning to lal-e .oiir spb with them Into the cool and rest I'nl clomllaud, It's a new experience. Hut you must also see the Yellow stone to complete your vacation. nil It s easy you taku advantage or the ruliKTil rare rates olferi'il to summer tourists. Your ticket, will take you througir Colorado, the lie gal Itockles and on to Salt Lake City and then swing you northward tb the wonderful s cllou-tone country. Neither pictures nor words can give you an Idea or the beauty or the eev- seys, mint volcanoes, nriiiiauiiy col ored rocks, mysterious rivers, thun dering waterfalls, piechilces, chasms, canons and the million-year old mountains you will see there, lour trip will give you a fresh enthusiasm The trip out and hack is part, of the fun. II you go on one or the llur llngl on's luxurious limited. It does not ciM any more to go 'that way anil there isn't any good reason wny you shouldn't have the best tbeiu Is. I am employed by the llurlington iioutu id answer an your uuestions. I'll tell you the cost, the la'.st places io see, senn you our naiiiisome ieiu ers, and even arrange to reserve :i Pullman berth. If desired. If you'll tell me about when you would like to go. wneii jou write mo, a postal win no. J. D. BIRMINGHAM, Ticket Agent, Itiirllngtou lloute, FOItKST CITY, MO. J.D. BAKER, D. P. A. ST. JOSEPH, MO. I'. S. The date of the Pike's Peak Iteglon annual "Shan Kive," and Summer Carnival lias been sot as Aug. 27, 28 ami 3i. It will be held at Colorado Sprlngs-Manltou, and will be larger and grander than ever. You ought to arrange lo be there at that time, If possible. I -Lost A pair of gentleman's bow eje-glasse, on Chautauqua ground-. Wednesday, .lolj :tl. Finder pleae ; return to this olllce. I - Miss Verda Wisternberger, of Ashland. Nebra-ka, visited her cousin, Sell Caison, the pa-t week, and en jojed the Chautauitia. We wish thein a don voyage Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ilamsher, of Mound City, are guests of their son, at Oakland, California. Mrs. Nell llankln and baby, or Tar klo. visited here during the Chan tauipia. the guest or her mot her, Mrs. KiDina Hragg, and her ssiers and brothers. Lost llutwceii depot and.lltu Kd- dy"s residence, Saturday night, Aug ust :i, a ladles' ring, set whli live ru bles and four pearls. Finder please leave at Skntinki. olllce and receive reward. I'ncle iMnlel Thornton has re turned from a visit or several weeks with his children In Kiland. Wiscon sin. He was accompanied home byhl-grand-daugbter, Miss Itoella Adams, who will visit relatives In Holt coun ty ror a few weeks. Ilael Fries, the seven-jear old daughter or Mr. and Mrs, Henrj Fries, full from a haymow last Tues day, breaking her right arm above the wrist. lr. .1. W. Miller was called and the little girl Is getting along nicely- Mound City News. Charley Fletcher, or Spokane, Washington, was here. the past week, visiting olil-tlme associates and friends, and while here sold his farm, the old Abe Fletcher farm of ;i't acres to Curtis Whit mer. for A.l,0."iO. It was on this place that Charley spent his boyhood days. - Kd. II. Hobjns. train dispatcher for the Santa l e It'y at Marcellne. this state. s heie. vMHng his daddy. H. P. Iioliytis, the senior of this pa per, ami bis many rrleniN. lie is ac companied by his llnlesoii. Kajinond, but butter known as Muster," one of the lluest and best kids in the conn t ry. - Mrs. Ilerhcr" Cornish and daugh ter. Marguerite, and on. Master la vldi id Oshorn, were Hi" guests Mon day or Mrs. Fannie Louise Meed, at the studio. Mrs. ComMi s a very talented musician and arll-l -he and Mrs. Ileid were roooi'inat"swhlle at college, but had not met Tor sev eral years. Mr. and Mrs. Kd. lial-er ror the eo iiii I time becomes grandpa and grandma: born to .lohn Owens and wife, at their home In Kansas city,! August l-t. a tine baby girl. Mi. Owens was lormerl) orpha lialsei.i The husband I- a gratul-on ol Mothei j Muxlow. and she heciiu-s the child's gie it-grandmother. The Young People's Mllauce and Wiiman's Mlssjonaiy Society, of the' Kvatii'ellcal church, meet In Joint convention lor one week at Liaven-I woitb, Kau-a-. beginning Augu-t u, since we will be in attendance, there will be no preaching next Sunday. The t.'uatterly Coufereiuv will lie Augut J.ii'.'i. Tin: I'.vsiiiii. Mrs. Will llr.u'g was one of the rnjal i-nti Halncrs during iho Chan- tii'i'iua week. Among her guests were: Ml-s Kila Williams. ! the liichlaiid district: Dr. Whltsell, wile tin 1 two sous. i,r St. .bis, ph: Mrs. I'red Waisuii, her sisier-lu-law. ( Miisworih, Nebraska, and Ml-s l.eoiia K.vie, of liolckow, Mo. Paul sa- lie.- Iiccu mi lull rat lolls or late -and (hi-dear boy looks It loo. Mrs. .leiiule Iteldeu, accumpauled by her little son, William, was In at tendance at our Chautauqua tor sev eral das, ami also visiting her num erous friends. We are all alwajs mine than glad to have Jennie Cot- tnu'llcldcu come back totheold home, and especially hear one or those gen uine clear ringing laughs of hers. It does us all good. Conic, back often, .leusy, llorton, Kansas, Is not iar away. While hauling wheat last Wed nesday, Charlie Mledsoe had a narrow escape or losing lis lire. While cross ing the railroad track near the depot a burr came oil' of one of the wxgon wheels and while driving up to dump the. wheat at the Mill the wheel run off and threw Charlie off the wagon and before the mules could lie stopped the wagon run over one ankle mash ing it badly and hurting the other one, Forest City News. - If you really like to attend coun try fairs, you can start In on August nth anil Keep on attending fairs every day until October Id and never get outside the state or Missouri. If you were twln or trlplotR you could each of youdo tliu same thing, for there are ! fairs scheduled for tho state. Among those In this territory Is that or Maltland, August 111-2.1. no nope our people will iH-gln at once to maKo everything ready to at tend each and every day. BUGGIES All Kinds of Buggies AND also Buggy HARNESS 0. J. FUHRMAN. I ''K3HKK2l!w'w55'50BSyiiii UN. MON.irruE.fWEP.THP. rpt. &t! 1 S 3 Jl 12 13 141516 17 18 19 8081 222524 SETTLEMENT DOCKET. -OF-- Probate Court of Holt County, Missouri. Regular August Term, A. D., 1012. First Day, Monday, August 12th. 1912. N.irni-nf Ailinliilstratiir, .Vim,. u( ri,ni I lYikiiK. ti.uiil li : 1'i rkln.. Iiiivhl It. t',i .1 liii lni'i'. Ainln u I Itllllll. sillllli'l ' I'llin. nirli-i', Klii'ii'-ll I I'lcii'i-. i:ii.iii,'iii.i llii rlv..lnim s V lAi'ilmri. lliii l '. 1 1 ii !: 1 1 . Myii.i-. I'luyil III .l'.-lililll-li, I, -M- II I'i i'sU i, llil't-y .M i: Mnrl.1, ll.-ii. I.'l Hut rick. Numi II .sn-. IViri .1 I.', Via iiiihI. t.uiii'itii Hi 'iliiui. tin.' i. , I ill :r UhiuiiliiL'. I.'l W I- Klllf. .IliliM II si,, iitt. 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CADM i ma in't-rii , a ur i:ii. imi m-i, nun npiiU ,,iii tu .m. w..iit.i i'ii riiii-iii.ii rntt 111 fni'f.'i:i,i. 1','iiis in si.,,.,r HriM., iji. Cliirrlfs iiiln r '-ini-, ',ln I'.'IJ i-Mi "III i'ivnl I il im. i: kniiii linn. i- will tliiisht-il insiiin, ini Hi' iiiiniilli',1 i-t-llnr linhls '.'m M-nf imrri'li'tl fruit 1 ,i-w iliinliln ti mi I ii.ilnli'il limr.V 'ill .Li mil Ii'ii Iiiiii lull nt li't', slnnils Iii hiiN In Iiiimi' ll-li IjiiiiiI A mil Inr luift ikiiiiI In lustnrn fur ilin'l.s, vi i'-i- slm-k. Ntvv lull lnillt twu llnni sum-tnt-r Iiiiiisi, I mIiiiIiihis. -.'iIihiih, i;ilnH il nmf, ltiir , inillil. Ilinrt-V shi-tl, elilt'ki'ii Ihiiim', ' sliH'k A liny sln il, nil linn riKiS All arniinil iiiiIkIiIi- Imi; ft'in-t-, .'in ii'il-nt Inslil" hiiir tlBlit I ii'ji'i'. ii(",i inni rv k mils. .' mstiiri's, '.' wi'iis, PINP I'liiti'irni liniii'ihliil I n t. ' nil. I llll. miniti, 1 1 ml I s uf (in-tnin. Mn. Tt-Hlii mi tiiiln. Itnw nf I'Vi'rurt't'iis iiulii, li'iiulli nt firm nn imiili. Nm n uali nut tlllfli mi tin- furin, i'iry iliuw Is iiinti'i'ti il wild wIIIiims limn, Tlin I wn mnis tin- tun past uri's me t'nn-m-i'ti il tiy hint s Ints. Alfnlf t In innki' in tolls, Aflt-r this yt-ar Hit' Iti rrt i-mp will iniiktt r ti f iifr fit r. 1 1 , -ti ii 1 1 ri 1 1 f rut, Itli-nlly liu-iitul, In I . ,r--l I'liv llltfh si-hiuil list rift .' PDIIIT n nn uist'ii, iiui'iinm is i1 it'ii rn m u 1 1 I't.w iiin.i fnrnis will nt't as imii-li, Lnrns 1 1 nt it i . llnni fruit houl III tin' wnrlil. I jiiT ut'ii'. I mil t'lnii in nv well i't iiiul mifn fur ,, ,, it, ,, -in ,n i lie ti.11,1 i, , ,iii i until,, ntiiiti ini iitttii.-y in,, iiiiiii DDITP wlllinut lluinri'luiril Is nlsii mirth tin- minify, n. tin- liH-ntlnn Hms eft nnn KHItC lltn valuu. A.lilrf... 1' I,. Ilrtiilliffk'. I'nif.l I'nw . Mn. aO.UUU General Repair Shop 2 Doom South of PoHtoffice. Sewing Machines Cleaned and Repaired, also Bicycles, Mo tor Cycles, Steam and Gas Engines. Also Full Line Shoe Finding and Repairing. REASONABLE PRICES AND GOOD WORK. Oregon Repair Co. Farmers' Phone, No. 159. 3 Ailinliilsitiitiir l urnlor. I'm-ii-tnr. or lliiiirillaii. s, tti, IM hi Viitiiliilstr.ilni Auiiiiiilsti.itiir I Inn I riii.it rtti.ii rin.il .tnl iiiiiiu.iI I'lnil 1-t iiiiiiii.il illi in, mi il .'ml i unti l t l.'ili ioiiihiiI :tli iinnniil Mil 'llllllllll I'iinil I'inul riipi '.'nil tin.iiial t'llinl I'liml I liml A I tulntst ml ir Ailiulnlstr.it, ir i.iiiiriHaii t-.M-i'tltnt A'linlin-lr.iliir iininll.in lilllltillllll i.iiiiiiIIiiii lllHllll.'lll iiiriKil n i.niitill in I tivtitut Ailiiilnl.liiiliir lin.ii. Inn l!,s ut.ir A.iii.insirii. i Ailiiilnlstintoi niiliilltlll Hl.lHI'llll I.M- -iitnr '.'ml iinniiiil ' I I'liiiiinl I nml 1 912. August I3ti Ailinlnltinliir l-t Hiiir.ii! It iiiili'inl tl lllllMlliI l- llll"ll ll I.i Minimi 1st niinujl lt hlllill'll l-i iniiiunt 1st HllllUtll 1st iinmiiil lt miiiimi s itiiiimil sl Illilillltl li iititiuiil I.I u II 1 1 lit I ttt tinini.tl ll iiniuml 1st aimtinl . iinnii.il lt iiiiiiinil I Inal I unit , il.ilil Itin ii in .nun iiii'iniiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiin Ailti.liil-lMtnr Ailiiilnlsitiiiiii' IMi'iiliir A.iit.lnMi itnr Ail iiltiiiruliit A'lii.liiisinilur I'nii. Aitm'r iiii, ints'i-tt'ir ,ilintiiltiatiir I.M'i'iimr Allllllllls-Mlllll- Viliiilnisiriiinr I Vi'rl.lnv I'm, iln 'i I'uii. Ailm t I . f'.ii. if I II, I IIIK' I'r .l.itl, ',,urt. AMI, III itml r.t, i:iiii. U ,i full, 1 1 mi1 illiil n r. i., II . '.'I.'. i,t sum Hunt' in 1,111- In i Hi i:i!i. Dm I, IllM ...n ,'it uf solil I. mil dUNNI DnUUBbUK, Clerk of Probata Court. -.- iimiihiiIs ,v t iirur , ii, rn tm imri'ii nun imu ini'si rity, Hull L'n.. Mn. I ml. uii-nr- cnn walk, hauls I'.' Icnik uf Is nu tlnv tn rt 1 1 jiii t. i, . n in, ri'.'isl Hh lint tun' iifcsiirtn. cii c .Siisiimiis nurm-ks, l.iiul Is u rlfli i3n lit t-t : ( 1 1 1 wit limit liiinrni i-ini-ills l uiiiHi Tl.'m .Vi Imni'lsnr .ipnli's nml Mi liarii'lsni n'iirs. Come and See Us. Tim Ico Crtiiun huhkou hart u)t!iit!(l up nt last tiiid I luivit opoiitMl my let) Croain Parlor iti tip-to-lat stylo, with a now IctslePH Fountain, wliuitt you cnn ut nu ico cold drink nt any timtt. Ice Cream Soda of all kinds. Ice Cream on hand constantly, at the Red Front, on North SMu of Square, L. CARROLL, Proprietor. telMTIONAL SOWSCiOL Lessor (Dy E. O. 8i:i.l.t:itS, Dlrrclor of Kv nln l)Mrtimnt, The Moody Ilible Institute nt Clilcaso.l LESSON FOR AUG. 11. A TROUBLED 8EA AND A TROU DLED SOUL. I.ESFON TKXT-.Mnrk 4:35 to 6:2P. OOl.tWN Tt:XT-"tmt lr our n-fuir nnd ulrriiittli, n. vi-ry prcfcnt tu-lp In imu tile. Thi'tifnn- will not ffiir, thuUKli tli- mrlh tin cl.iitiiri', anil thutmli tint inmintnlns I,,, rt ninvtd Into the In-art of lilt' tcu." I'K. 4:1-S. We now turn from our rtttdlcs In the tnnnlfesto or liiiiugtinil ntltlreRR of Jcnis to one of the out standing Inrl ilcntH of hln life of service. This lc80ti Ih n driunatlc one, llghttt nml flinilowfl. nirprlre nnd revelation, rebuke nnd eniouriipemcnt nre rapid ly inlnploil, The tibjcct of the leu mn In well rhofen. Leaving the multi tude to whom he hml been preiichlne. Jentts commands that they pass over to the other nlde of the lake, V. .15. "Let us pans over." he n. JemiH never ua his dlKrlplcn to po whero he will not po or hits not been before. How touclilriKly vivid li the hiiiwr tliin of v. 3C, "they took Mm a hit w.-is." he Id II red nnd weary, be. whnio Invitation l to all who urn weary mid nu illni; rent, he who hail not where to lay hi bend. I utrrleil by lovlim hiitidn Into the boat nnd Ih soon lost In restful slumber? Lovlni; linnds minister to the lovrd tenrber. Until mnster and friends, who nre soon to meet a enso of great sin, aro before that met by n great storm, Hut, be who Is lird nnd Master of rotces, sleeps rnhnly on. Why not? W'l.o elre could be Indifferent? Not so theso disciples: they have et to know him perfectly nnd hence It Is quite nsiturnl that In their alarm they should itwak en him ns they view the rapidly fill ing bo.tt and exclaim, "Mnster, carest thou not that we perish?" Weary nH he w'as, nnd neri-oniilly Indifferent iih lie may have lnn. yet for tho sake of his eho'n frlniids bo arose mid re bukeil the storm, nnd the peace whli h he later gave the demoniac l tlrt shown In material things as he ntikted tho waves K'nmi are v. 39 and 1,). Had Little Faith. It was a Kient storm, v T, like wise a great calm. Tho pi-silmM tnys. "reat peace lu.ve they who 1ivi thy law," great peaie Imve they who tru! know nnd Ioo .Itvui, (John ll:L'7i. Ills rtbtil.e lo the illrelile, v. lo. wits SO gentle a tn loe IN Hllllg. "llOW Is It that li.'W' m little faith"" TN had rutne f-t'th It l tnii'. f'ir it, v a;i pi'iil'd tn him In tlnlr gi-i'st ti- il I'i't oh mi llttli. Oin .i'opoi'lfM of ".-i Ih tt'o ireimtre of o'tr fe if V -t wonder iv. II) thut the v.. . .it- I Till man of He'll lio i' "' '-e : I- u I Ing ll'.i' sleep of Inletti"' Wei it.. 1 mr.nilltis the sen ntiil t'l.n '. i'..m ! (boy him with the ir.(V. i 1 child. "What t'liinner of mini i t; l.' ; Nineteen lituulr' il am litis f ill ! f nngwor thut query. 1 ' Henri Ing the ot' er st lr i.'.- etr- r d i tho land of tiad-r:t. Th"- tl.ey tt- t I n ilemoiilnc win Is. wo l" li"ve, n t . of nlrture of isrrut ln lu t' nt ho w.t ! ml without iotr.nlut, "no mnn fould hind hint" v. :t; lit he w., injuring Itlnioelf "cutting, lie." V. .1! !) In v. -t seimrnted from hi friend, "d v It neiong tl toti'b-." v. !!: llll l.'o w-s "niH'tcMi." v -. There Ik nUo evl- drnrii of tho finl'lty of htim.in leroltt Hens and the taliinni" or iittemptu at control ur tod. i million, see verso I, "no man had tlm t-tri-ii"t!i to lame him." Then nolo tlm torment of hla life. v. 7. Sins to Account For. Church niemhurs havo no right to (otidcmn the liquor trallie and then to rent stores In whlih to cany on tho sumo. Naturally therefore, theo people when they saw their Illegal gains Interfered with should request .Icsiib to depatt. v. IT, and this even lu the face of what had been dono for Mrliken man. l.uko tells na (Luke S::tT) that they were holden with a great four. Tear of what? Surely not any fear of lhl. (hilllean teacher, but rr.ther were they fearful of tho effect of lila life upon their material pros perity. Illg hiulnoes will havo gome iluu lo account for when In tho face of known facts they still preen for their gains Ignoring tho cry of the nf. tllcted nnd cnrolcsB of unrensouuhlo liouso nnd unsanitary living condi tions. On tho other hand why did .Testis re fuse such a logical and seemingly reu ronablo and proper a request as thnt recorded In verso 18? Was It not a very natural request and nn evidence of grntltudo as well? Jesus, however, knew a better place, for lio saw a greater Joy In store for tills man. Hence ho commanded tho man to "go home." A suggestion outllno for this lesson would bo na follows: I. A great storm 4:35-41, The com mand of Jesus, v. 35; tho weariness ot Jesus, v. 26; the alarm of tho dis ciples, v. 38; tho Indifference of Josus, v. 3S; the great calm, v. 39. II. A glorious cure, 5:1-20. (1) The Gadareno a typo of sin, v. l-fi, unclean, separated, no restraint, self-Injury, CI) The Cludareno cleansed, v, 6-lfi. Ho recognized purity. III. The great mission, v. 1C-20. An Improper request, v. 17. A proper re quest, v, 18. A hard request, v. 19. A treat result, see Luke 8:40.