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In land of plenty
Not as much unoccupied" land at
theie was five ycara ago, but enough
lot your need anyhow.
Tell me what section you are most
interred in either Kansas, Okla
homa. Texas, Colorado, New Mexico,
Arizona or California.
will ma3 oWnpfiv. liwrahir. that will
intrmt ru. On. Colonirattaa All., A. T,
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GRIP, BAD COLD, HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA.
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It. lur your MOM KT MATH. IF IT DOS'T ClIKK.
We wonder, in tho genius exhibited
in giving misfit Christmas gifts, that
the men don't receive hair receivers
A lr?e 2-rz. pw-kuire Kel flail Blu.onlv
6 tcut'v 'I' be liusa C'onipun.v, SouiU 1-U uJ, JuO.
A perpetual grin is about as exasper
ating as a Ktlcky fly ou a hot day.
Take Carfield Tea for liver, kidney,
tomaih and bowel derancreiiionts, sick
headache and chronic dLseust-s. This mild
laxative will purify the blood, cleanse tho
system and clear the complexion. It is for
young and old tho best family lnudiciua
liuj from druffist.
Queen Bees Protected.
Modern beekeepers Jo not leave the
rearing of 'queens to their bee colo
nies. Ift to themselves bees rear
queens only when they want to
swarm, when their queen is accident
ally killed or when, on account of her
age or from Rome other reason, fhe
does not lay enough cpgs. In nature,
when the youug queens come out of
their cells there is a battle royal
among them, the final survivor being
accepted as queen of the colony.
But this is a waste of good material
which the modern beekeeper can r.of
permit. So his artificially-reared
queens emerge into little wire cage?,
or nurseries, where they can neither
kill their neighbors nor be themselj-es
Danish Women Sailors.
Women sailors are employed in Den
mark, Norway and Finland, and are
often found to be excellent mariners.
In Denmark several women are em
ployed as state officials at sea, and
particularly in the pilot service. They
go out to meet the Incoming ships;
they climb nimbly out of their boats;
they show their official diploma; and
they steer the newcomer safely into
the harbor. It is the same in Finland
i cso oosw J
$16 AN ACRE
Canada is the
25 Bushels to the Acre Will be the
Average Yield of Wheat.
Th land that this n crown on cost many ot
the farmer absolutely nothing, while thos
who wish! to ii dil to th ICO a res tb Govern
ment grunts, can buy land adjoining at from U
to 10 an acre.
Clirrate plctidld. arhool convcnle nt, rail wayi
close at band, taxr low.
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(Menilas this paper.)
Goklcn Text. 11c ye doers of the word.
I. What Are. Some Falso Founda
llons? V. 15. With this lesson we
continue aud complete our btuQy of
the Sermon on the Mount. Christ's
leaching, like the great oration of
Moses recorded In Deuteronomy,
cornes to a climax in "tho blessing
and cursing," a faithful showing ot
the wav of life and the way of death.
To enforce his teaching our Savior
tines a variety of illustrations, as a
Jeweler turns a gem, that the light
may fall now on this facet and now
on another. Let us carry out his
closlug illustration of the two founda
tions, and let us eo first, in Matt. C:l
to 7:15, what basis of life Christ
points out to us as wholly unsafe, and
warns us away with his clear danger
signal. It Is built of:
1. Pride, vanity, especially in re
ligious matters (Matt. 0:1-8, 1C-18).
To trust In our own righteousness Is
like building a house on gas-bags.
2. Insincerity, double-mindedness,
trying to serve, at the same time, God
and anything else (Matt. ,0:22-24).
Such a foundation is liko the unstable
quicksand, as likely to shift one way
as another, to-day toward God and to
morrow toward mammon.
3. Censoriousness (Matt. 7:1-5),
which is the accompaniment of pride
and hypocrisy. A man that is always
judging his neighbors harshly is like
a house built uppn thorns.
4. Worldliness, the life whose treas
ure is all on earth (Matt. 0:19-21). It
Is like a lordly mansion with a founda
tion of wooden boxes, gilded, to be
sure, but hollow, and certain to col
lapse before long.
5. Unfalth, anxiety for the future,
dependence on one's self rather than
on the loving Father (Matt. 0:25-34).
Such a life of dread is like a house
built upon blocks of Ice.
C. Carelessness of holy things
(Matt. 7:6), "making light" of great
realities, irreverence. So to live Is
to choose a foundation of chaff and
7. And finally, the following of evil
builders, who establish our spiritual
life upon these foundations of unright
eoun"ts. Christ calls these "false
prophets" (v. 15). "A prophet Is one
who sneaks under, divine influence
a revtaler ami interpreter of God's
will, an authoritative religious instruc
tor, whether speaking of the past, tho
present, or the future. A false proph
et was therefore one who pretended
to fpeak God's truth, wheu he did
not; one who spoke falsely in God's
name." Pcloubct's Teacher's Com
ventury. "Which come to you In
sheep's clothing." Wearing the rough
garb of a prophet; with a gentfe air,
innocent as slun p. "Hut inwardly they
are ravening wolves." These false
teachers are greedy for place, power,
or money, t
II. What is the Test of the True
Foundation? Vs. 10-20. Mecause the
temptations to unrighteousness are bo
subtle, It is necessary to have some
test, very plain and easily applied, by
which we may know what to build
lnlo our lives and what to reject.
This Christ gives us with matchless
force and clearness.
10. "Ye shall know them by their
fruits." What are the fruits by which
men are to le known? Here, their
deeds (see vs. 21, 23, 24); in Luke's
report of the sermon (Luke 0:43-45),
their words. Probably Christ men
tioned both, and "Matthew's incom
plete sketch gives prominence to the
one, Luke's to the other." American
Commentary. Christ expands and Il
lustrates the thought. "Do men gather
grapes of thorns?" "A kind of acacia,
or perhaps 'thistles.' Cambrldgo Bi
ble. "Or figs of thistles?" "Rather,
calthrop, a prickly water plant."
17. "Even so." Just as the kind of
tree determines its fruit, so does its
condition: a tree that Is "good." 1. e.,
fVmnd and healthy, "brlngeth forth
good fruit"; but a tree that Is "cor
rupt," I. e decayed, "brlngeth forth
18. "Cannot." It Is inevitable that
character will disclose Itself In life.
"Murder will out."
19. "Hewn down, and cast Into the
fire." "To this day In the East trees
are valued only so far as they produce
fruit." Cambridge Bible.
20. "Wherefore." Because In all na
ture like produces llko inevitably, and
men are so sure of It that they cut
bad trees down, knowing perfectly
well that they will never produce good
fruit. Christ does not draw from, this
parable the teaching that, as a 'tree
does not change Its character, no a
man cannot, for that would be untrue,
That there mar be no mistake ho re
peats his teaching, that character is
known by its results In the outward
Every tree In Palestine Is taxed,
and If any fails to bear fruit It be
comes an expense and Is cut down.
Every element in. our lives that does
not produce good fruit Is a constant
damage to us.
III. What Is the True Foundation?
Vs. 21-23. These verses are tho
heart of the lesson. The foundation
of a true life is the will of God.
21. VNot every one that salth t.nto
m, Lord. Lord." "Saying "Lord In
clures taking Jesus for Master, and
listening to his teaching, with appre
ciation and admiration; everything
rhort of carrying out his teaching in
life." Expositor's Greek' Testament.
"Shall enter into the kingdom of heav
en." Sometimes "the kingdom of
und not ItfjiriTs only. James 1:22.
heaven" refers to Christ's reign ot
righteousness on earth (Matt. 13:24),
but here, as "in that day" (v. 22)
shows, "the language is applicable
only to the glorified church which
shall reign with Christ hereafter."
Speaker's Commentary. "But he that
doeth the will of my Father." "This
man also Fays 'Lord, lord,' but not
merely says it." Pulpit Commentary.
"Which is in heaven," and therefore
knows best how to direct men into
the kingdom of heaven.
22. "In that day." The dread day
of Judgment. "In thy name." R. V.,
"by thy name," as if it were used as
a magical formula. "Many wonderful
wocks." Miracles, us the word is
23. "Profess unto them." Prof.
Bruce would translato this by the
apologetic "confess," as if Christ
would say, "I ought to know men who
have done such wonders, but I do
not." "I never knew you." The
"never" Is very strong; almost "never,
never." "Depart from me." "The
greatest of preachers dreads such a
sentence (I Cor. 9:27): 'Lest by any
means, when I have preached to oth
ers, I myself should be a castaway.' "
Tho True Foundation, God's Will.
God's will la an opinion, it is a com
mand. An officer, to whom the Duke
of Wellington hail given an order,
tried to show that what he was bidden
to do was Impossible.' "Sir," said the
Iron Duke, "I do not ask for your opin
ion; I give you my orders."
God requires obedience only be
cause his will Is best for us. When
Ituskin was a baby he struggled per
sistently to grasp a hot tea-urn. At
last his wise mother said. "Let him
touch It, nurse." He touched it, and
received his first lesson in obedience.
IV. Two Contrasting Pictures of
Life. V. 24-29. It is characteristic
of Christ's method of teaching that
the Sermon on the Mount closes with
a parable. This parable takes up all
that has gone before, and draws It
together Into two pictures that can
not bo forgotten.
First Picture: The Well-Founded
Life. 21. "Whosoever heareth theso
sayings." "Both classes of men hear
the Word. So far they are alike. In
like manner the two houses have ex
ternally the same appearance. The
great day of trial shows the differ
ence." Cambridge Bible. "Built his
house upon a rock." R. V., "tho rock."
In Luke 0: 48 the words are more
graphic. The house is the life, and
the rock is Christ, the Rock of Ages.
"Other foundation can no man lay
than that which is laid, which is Je
sus Christ." See 1 Cor. 3: 10-17.
23. "The rain descended, . . . floods
. '. . w inds." They represent the on
set of troubles, trials, and temptations
that assail all lives. "And it fell not."
"This proprecy was verified in the
primitive church, bearing all the brunt
of the waves and storms of the world,
of people, of tyrants, of friends, of
strangers, of the devil himself perse
cuting her, and venting all the hurri
cane of his rage upon her." Philip
Schaff. It Is verified every day by
the patient endurance of thousands of
unknown Christian heroes.
Second Picture: The Ill-Founded
Life. 20. "And doeth them not." For
getting them, or leaving them as mere
theories apart from life. "A foolish
man." Christ Is not offending against
his own precept in Matt. 5: 22. because
he is not speaking In anger or con
tempt, but In sadness and with pur
pose to reform. "Built Ms house upon
the sand." The sand represents any
basis of life except the will ofvGod,
obedience to Christ.
27. "And the rain descended," etc.
In the Greek, as In v. 23, the style Is
rendered very vivacious by inversion:
"Descended the rain, and came the
floods, and blew the winds." "And
beat upon that house." R.- V.,
"smote." a, stronger word that the
"beat" of v. 25, "struck upon It with
immediate final effect." Expositor's
Greek Testament. "And great was
the fall of it." Implying not .neces
sarily a great building, but a complete
The Effect of the Sermon. 28! "The
people were astonished at his doc
trine." R. V.. "his teaching.'' The
verb means. literally, "struck out."
They were driven out of their senses,
29. "For he taught them as one hav
ing authority." With Independent, orig
inal thought and Power. "And not as
the scribes." The official transcribers
and expounders of the law, who were
always hound by Its words and by
Christ, the One Foundation.
He alone reaches down to the bed
rock. He alone reaches from man, our
i shifting human scenes and feeble,
j drifting 'powers, o God, the all-wise,
I all-powerful Creator,
t I Io alone e ndures for eternity. Build
! your life on gold, on looks, on rank,
on human fame, and the bursting of
the tiniest blood vessel In your brain
may wash It all away. Christian char
acter Is the onlr structure that can
withstand the onrush of the river
Tho time for foundation-laying is
youth. New foundations may be placed
under a building after It Is reared, but
how much easier and aafer to put In
the right foundation at the start! Oh,
that every one who studies this lesson
might decide to build his life on Jesus
Chicago School Teacher Gives Rea
sons for Her Theories.
We forget who It was that coined
the phrase, "all big things come from
Chicago," but' we would like to add
that occasionally some big thoughts
are also bora la that metropolis of
A Chicago teacher, who we may add
Is at yet heart and husband free,
evolved the Interesting theory that as
a life companion a cat Is far more
preferable than a man.
After enumerating the faults of an
average husband, she proceeded to
tell of the high qualities of a cat. and
when she came to that part la her ora
tion when comparisons became neces
sary, poor husbands had not a leg to
The three strongest points that she
made were that cats trim their own
whiskers, never complain and. If they
happen to come home late In tho wee
small hours, they do not Invent ex
cuses, and though guilty of misbe
havior, they never walk diagonally
across the room, chewing a second
rate cigar and vainly endeavoring to
make themselves understood.
Well. It seems as If the cats had
the better of It, and so far no de
fender of poor downtrodden man has
appeared on the scene. Exchange.
A table which Is now In the tearoom
of the House of Commons, was de
signed by Sir Christopher Wren,and
at it the first members of the Scottlst
constituencies who came to Westmin
ster after the Scotch union, in 1707.
took the oaths and subscribed theit
names on the roll of Parliament.
DISFIGURED VITH ECZEMA. .
Brushed Scales From Face Like Pow
der Under Physicians Grew
Worse Cuticura Works Won
ders. "I suffered with eczema six months.
I had tried three doctors, but did not
get any better. It was on my body
! and on my feet so thick that I could
IIC11 Uljr JJlll CL yiil IFU lilt nilllUUl IWIIVU-
ing eczema. My face was covered,
my eyebrows came out, and then it
got in my eye. I then went to anoth
er doctor. He SRked me wnat I was
taking for It, and I told him Cuticura.
He said that was a very goo.l thiLg,
but that be thought that my face
would be marked for life. But Cuti
cura did its work, and my face is now
Just as cfear as it ever was . I told
all my friends about my remarkable
cure. I feel so thankful I want ev
erybody far and wide to know what
Cuticura can do. It Is a sure cure
for eczema. Mrs. Emma White, C41
Cherrler Place, Camden, N. J., April
Many a man who wouldn't buy a
pig in a poke is a victim of love at
$100 Reward, $100.
Tht rea'teraof thta paper will ba pleated to learn
that llirrj la at leant ma Urearifl dlM-ae tliat acleuce
haa been this to .ire la all It eiiiKei, and tbat a
Catarrh. llaP'a atarrh Cure la toe only J.altva
cure noir known to Hie nieilu-al fraternity, t atjrita
being, a ronatttutlonal tlM-ae. reiilrri a tonatltu
tlunal treatment. Haifa Catarrh ure la taken In
ternally, a-t!DB illrertly upon lie IiIiukI and inucoua
aurfacra of the aytent. tbervy destroying Ilia
foundation of ttie mea. aud iftvlqu the patient
treoRtb by building up the constitution and aUt
Ing nature In dpim lia work The proprietor liar
o iniirh faith In Ita ruratlTe powera tiiat tbey (Iet
One Hundred IMiart for any rata tbat It fall t
cure, fend for 111 of Kttinoiiln!,
ddre K. J. t UKM-'.V CO., Toledo, O.
old by all PrtiKgUt. 7.V-.
1 ak UaU'a family i'tlla for conattpailon.
Some people bore you until you feel
like a sieve.
There is only One
Genuine-SyrUp Of PlgS,
The Genuine is Manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co.
The full name of the company, California Kit? Syrup Co.
las printed on the front of every package of the genuine.
The Genuine-. Syrup of
Packages Only, by
Knowing the above will enable one to avoid the fraudulent imita
tions made by piratical concerns and sometimes offered by unreliable
dealns. The imitations are known to act injuriously and should
therefore be declined.
Buy the genuine always if you wish to get its beneficial effects.
It cleanses the system gently yet effectually, dispels colds and headaches
when bilious or constipated, prevents fevers and acts best on the
kidneys, liver, stomach and bowels, when a laxative remedy is needed
by men, women or children. Many millions know of its beneficial
effects from actual use and of their own personal knowledge. It is the
laxative remedy 'of the well-informed.
Always buy the Genuine- Syrup of Figs
A Time When Women Arc Susceptible to Many
Dread Diseases Intelligent Women Prepare
for it. Two Relate their Experiences.
The "change of life"is
the most critical period
of a woman's existence,
and the anxiety felt by
women as it draws near
is not without reason.
livery woman who
neglects the care of her
health at this time in
vites disease and pain.
Wheu her system is in
a deranged condition,
or the is predisposed to
apoplexy, or congestion
of any organ, the ten
dency is at this period,
likely to beeorue active
and with a host of ner
vous Irritations make
life a burden. At this
time, also, cancers and
tumors are more liable
to form and in'gin tbeir
Such warning' sympv
toms as sense of suffo
cation, hot flashes, head
aches, backaches, dread
of impending evil, timid
ity, sounds in the ears,
palpitation of the heart,
sparks before the eyes,
tion, variable appetite,
and dizziness, are
promptly heeded by in
telligent women who are
approaching the period
in life when woman's gTeat change
may be expected.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound was preparei 1 to meet the needs
of woman's system at this trying
period of her life. It invigorates and
strengthens the female organism and
builds up the weakened nervous system.
For special advice regarding this im
portant period women are invited to
write to Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass.,
and it will be furnished absolutely free
of charge. The present Mrs. Pinkham
is the daughter-in-law of Lvdia E. Pink
ham, her assistant before lier decease,
and for twenty-five Tears since her
advice has been freely given to sick
Read what Lydia E. Pinkham's Com
pound did for Mrs. Hyland and Mrs.
Dear Mrs. Pinkham j
" I had been wuTering with displacement of
the organs for years and wa pawing t hrough
the change of life. My bdonienwus badly
swollen; mv storrutch was Hnre; I had dizzy
apellH, Bick beadacbett, and was very nervous.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ComtMarri Succeeds Where Others Fail.
A woman who couldn't hit a nuil on
the head to sav Iht 1 i f has tieen
known to knock a man Hilly without
If you e.'in't have your way. take con
sol.it ion from t,he f.nt that every man
encounters Ids stono wall.
tMafff permanenfWrnrett. No f!t or iierouneii after
I I w tlrnt (Ibt' n-r of Dr. k tin ailreat Nrr Kem-ur.
er. Mend for 'ltt:K ).00 trial nettle and treat I.e.
bit.)!. U. K1.1NK 1.IU .Ml An il Mtrect. i blladalpttia, l a.
Rome peoole think they appear wise
when theyset ni imlv uixatrreciihle.
...a we .ow oidoi wi iirfoihe niore
appreciative of K'ood weather.
rSK THE FA MOVS
Red Cro Hull Ultto. I,arre J nz, rxickare 5
cent. The Kuss Compuuv. South Ueud, I do.
AH the world'"; a star, and it' pretty
much a continuous performance. .
Mr. Wlnelow's Soothlnp ffyrnp.
Tore?it!itreD teething, aofteni th guma, reduret to
flamruaUoa.allajri paln.curei wind colic. 23cabotUa.
When your grouch won't wear off it
Is a Kijrn you are frettlnsr old.
Figs- is for Sale, in Original
Reliable Druggists Everywhere
MANUFACTURED BY THE
fsxz nrrr osrrs m toTm
n r-S Hssitffeio'w -rt I
" I wrote you for advice and commenced
treatment with Lydia E. Pinkham's VVh
table Compound u you direeted, and 1 am
happy to say that nil those distressing 8yir.j
totiish'ft mo and I huveu!sodBflfHy through
the change of life, a well woinnn. I am
rfeoumieiiding your medicine to all my
f riends." Mrs. Aimie L O. Bylaud, Chester
Another Woman's Case.
"During change of life words cannot x
press w hat I suttered. My physician said I
liiwl a carverous condition of the femala
organ. One day 1 read some of the testi
monials of women who had leen cured 1V
Lydia R. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
and I decided to try it and to write you for
advice. Your medicine made me a well
woman, and all my bad symptoms soon
" I advie every woman at thin period of life
to take your mwlirine and write you for ad
vice." Mrs. Lizzie Hinkle, Salem, Ind.
What Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound did for Mrs. Ilvland and
Mrs. Hinkle it will do for other women
at this time of life.
It has conquered pain, restored
health, and prolonged life in cases that
utterly battled physicians.
THt SIGN Of THE f ISll
hoi stood for the BfcST
durinj seventy yttrs of
Remember this whertou wst Water
proof oiled coats, suits, hats, or horse
$ood for all kinds of wet work.
Vtl Cl'AXAMTEC EVUT CARrCMT. 4i
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W. N. U. DETROIT. No. 131904.
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