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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, January 31, 1913, Image 2

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crefds bjiU aw Ktffiv^utiitig tii-n^r
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women. Manx ir6 i.-liui'-ti tiit«nnl:i*v~.
not lc-itits. of lipllcf In i!i-U'i'iiiii.:r! via
crced.s. t*ut In*, ansv tUv., ^Ivsirv t-i ex
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vnt
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er flusscs." TIicsc Miv li" 1 .virti
horrible (lucirinifs of ln.iitv hi ji'1
wliidi thf-\ thi'Vitsflvt'.-i Ii..!
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The Baptist "Unde. 1» o.-ld
Our Baptist frii'iiilK. !. -.ru
ward rifiv 11i.'i, ,' la,
have Kimciil In ivi-oin: .' tuaUvi's h.
the Of 111«' tlTIII "lillik-i "I.i'iii" iil
etfiid of ti ll, as tl,' (m 11 xlwtrui .if 1 !..
Ili'Urew won! Shuol nii.l ui tin- 'or
re.|iuiiilliig (IrrrU wonl IIa 11,
In h(p[) In iltr rifc-ht (li.'t'.'tio.'i. n,
.. coiwrvatIvi* All ciln a'-.l [i.-oj.i.'
know Ihm Shvol ami II 1.1- ir.nf 1 ':.•
tomb, thv dealh state. Sln-o- i-r-in-i 11
etl grm mul in our 1 oiniiiun Vvr
bIoii HI It!«» I,tor, I'ri'i|ituiiilx iliiio i.i
trinwlnted A •//. W'li.v sli-mlii Cli:.-in
minist«?
1.s s|iiNii| yrars in v.iHvl—- ami
nein inn rip* to leurii llt-k.- iliin.-, :tu.|
then fear t, n-ll thi- (,• .jilt- *1 t.s-.'
Dotlie.v rvalizi- that the .tit'-h-i iairl
ItiK of this snli.ii» I of /. is il 1 i.1
their i-lmrvln.'s a nil slii'iililiim 1 lii:i.' iiiY
peo|jle into 11i Iivr I'ril i. it.ni Iniah-liiy.
eto.. Irailiiiv on lo atIn-ism in I a•••-Ity'-
What the Bible Tea^h.
'I'll«? I.ilil* ile.-Inri. lliai all lut.1 -1
ei'tli of Ii»' IHvine I.aw sin. anil ilt.it
«II tsin is |imiiii:iliip with
the s.m.e
penalty--tlt-aili. 'I'lm.s Atlmn's ilisohv.
dlenve
In «üillng tin* forbidden fruit
brought him lite svniem-v of
dentil, whii-li by the laws of heredity
be has tnirixmiiI«1 tit nil nmnUiinl
our
sin and .|-kness,
All
nor row
and death,
therefore, i-ome as the penally of
Adam's sin St. Paul Sjieehfienlly says
ttiat by one inatf's dtsoliedletve sin
entered Info the world
result
and
of
apon all
(Romans
the
M'Ä"
Father's house
death as the
sin. I
litis death has passed
men. he ause all
are
Fi.-l'J, lO.i
multiply
sinners,
Although
meu may
transgressions,
110t
lncreas«.
they can-
the
penalty, because
the
Divine I.aw has only one penalty for
,' sln—the
death
penalty—extinction.
But Divine Mercy has arranged for
man's redemption by providing that
Jesus should pay tlie penalty for
Adam's sin. This He did when He
fered
of­
Himself and üied, "the..lust for
the unjust." The. life of .lesus,
as a
corresponding price for the forfeited
Mfe of Adam, guaranteed
the cancella­
tion of Adam's sin: and this means an
opportunity for Adam lo return
as a son,
under the assistance of Messiah's King
dom. Or. neglecting these privileges
when they, shall come to him. Adam
would be counted
as
of God and would die the Second
Death, from which there
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for A.jrau'^ ih
-f
ii':*''- Mi'lfimV' Kiiivd'fin,t
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t_' uh in!^ tp»/}. ibv
... i: w- i.r SU^b fP- ü~
ih- »i-v !vt iiiP iiariuu: I.,
"'it* i't- "I It*- 'i nrj .i.idult»*
pfl fv I'd Ii Im
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-:Jt Nut rnvrt'ly tia* htirrh ra-ads^s I
tY!f!i!-'t!"ii in tliv pr-'-tMit timt*. Put jus-I .,!
ti.*#« Vinn«! iiavs oviTfa kt*s HviPilmM's and I
vvuv'is a na-aurf --f refiirriijuinn in '1*
!ita. It-axing proportiutiattdy
I,, !,». i-Hlra-t'il in Hih Hf- i-*1
P« "mar
Cod's Law of Forgiveness.
'"'i 11.is tu Iv 111*.i isiuu for thv for
^.i p'v'sxx and r.'i'.na iuai iun nf .Xdam
and a:I uf hi rhlidi'HU. am* diiring
tti- tiM-jivi Avv privil(»m»d tu rona«
t' (»«id hi-'ii.^h .Iv'-'is :i ihvii' A«1 x»»
ctih* and !i\ bv«'.ming His truv li
vipU-s t»» biivf fnl! l'uri:iVt*nvss .f sin
and Vnli rv.N.nciliari-m pi tbv l-'athe
Fur (!tf ruiaiindfr i' niankini tPaiy
pfiivix-Mii i. dillrrviit. !)ivini* .liista«*
v, id luruivc« tin» xxm-UI ufissr at th
insl iii*-«* Hi fhv tuvat MvdiaP.r. and
will urn ihv world OX vr to lliin. that
i!v iiuiy rvsi.,rv thvnt pvrl'vtion and ....
raaUc it pi»«.jplv for thvtn to bv rv
vt'ivvd lat*! ayain intu (it»d's familx.
lhi: xxv vv that «od's forgix'vnvss
is diiv tvd pi In iplv of jusüvv.
l'.ar lIv rom aand^ His pvoplv thai, bv
lag iaiprr!*:•{ thvnsvhvs atal r^vipi
vtii of lli X!vn-. thvy shall not at
«V. .n i'mPi! wills rhvir fvlloxxs xvholiy
on üiv basi- of jnti. v. but ill ftir
L'ivv oiiv a not Ihm*, vwn as (P»d for
t'hrtsts sakv tias l'orgivvn tlit*n. lp
vP «.» Mvi'i'x purjf ,svs pi vmhraiN- v\a»ry
iiien l'i'.' of Atiaill's ra'-o in thv glorious
pro\,v.ijj ini'ongli rh'isp
Punishment In Our Text.
our tvxt is ihv sniiiining up of tbv
parablv of l'hv Slivvp and tbv Coats.
Ou'y fiib.v studvnis. apparviitlx. liavv
nati'vd that this parablv duvs nol bv
hnig to thv piv«'iit Agv: hut Is de
sviipiiitn of to. ditions wbi« will prv
vttit daring Mvssiali's Kingdom. This
i.- itnliv/itvd by tbv setting. We read:
"Whvti itiv Snti of Man shall voine in
His giory. and all the holy angels
with 11 in, then shall He sit npun the
Throne of His glory: and before Film
shall be gathered all peoples: and He
shall separate theui one from another,
as a shepherd divideth hi* sheep from
the coats (Matthew 25:31. 32. An
other Svrtpture assures ua that when
the Redeemer shall appear iu glory.
His Church will appear with Him. for
the accomplishment of the blessed
The Lord's sheep of the Millennial
Age
will
to
the
In due time,
refuwtng the graee
will lie re
demption and no resurrection.
Bat before Adam can refuse God's
grsce. be must be made intelligently
'"«were of it He conld not know of It
durine tbo nine hundred thirty years of
frisjdjrioff «oder deqtHße. tt?
'pY, 4.'5
'-0\.. -j^ •. '.
"/'•J
-wi« iTffli *T«niii—
il
d«-|
.• lit I hi' S-- .«T.d U'i.Ui a" fuj/u x.
"i -v v-h 1»h •K--n"jarp'1 wr'ii
:•(!. in ,»!«: !i* (»ifpar
-.*.
-r :-»r Uiat --ir ^i-ry rial Iv »r. li^
l.d f.v- Ii«.''.: tilKtr
-i -NUt"f il*- ivii,U. iil'T
I: nm'- tak«- plav^.
P.'\ Is nf tins {', ixi».' A-*'
.vr' '-ivariy iva.-!i :hat.
M»!:.« %v iil »lur.ijLt ibi» tun.
••-.
1
lia
I !j.-r/ 'P» j' V?"- 1 **.y
?aal Uie lu pvirtli.v, Svft.nd
wP! uiih wjjfa}
cvii
A Tili !"!,» v. 'u.s, !,'» lia» iM.ia»* ar
lie:»' «.-it: iü Vfx .(»•! 1.1 ft ttjiüjj
of Ua* |»rt'v,ii Hfv 1 arb wüMil
in.tkw it« ta.irk —ma lies !lie oornt ien^e
in.if,» 1. nnd rin1 lio- rt Mn» mor..
sr^»i! v. la !ii upz Mir!1 *vii-drpr nviis-
ur*
fur tiivmse.'v^ wrath against'
t!if lily nf \Vtai!i--tlie H.:y nf ,|.nP_'
Ui-'W.. «:iy uf ju- n-triiiVition.
As ill»« Iül: at ri.LfliTPt^n.^liOs pro
dnvek a tro'Mi j.ara !-r. i!,f i«itr uf
nf.'.ri ^!ip*.hiav wUfiiMy, pr»»p au
hv'U il.'ra {er, and will iui.
$nwa."? *-m it
tji«' Ml. 'iv 1*.-("i
'Jf 1
i'
ulivr 'vai'«-a -.|
'.i ,ii -•t!) ,.*•
net
Jov^
a lid
.iv.
(*.»7
Nv 1 spv ?«ml
«»f •••ir i'-dih'^r. lb«*
s."' yv iii.' I bi1
1
tilings foretold respecting that glorious and gnashing of teeth do uot refer to
Kingdom and Its work of blessing all experiences either In the grave er iu
the families of the earth
be the willing and obedient.
who rejoice to he in harmony with which it will close. Some
God. These will be gathered to the •'disappointed because after the.v
right hand of the King—the place of preached in Christ's name and
favor. The goats, correspondingly, are name c^st out demons. He shall declare
placed on the left hand.—Messiah's them unworthy of Ills recognition,
disfavor, because
of
their persistence We
either one class or the ether. Then will this topic In prim, free
come the flnal settlement The Day of, eponse to a postcard request sent
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P'd. Yrurh vL«j -.•••
N'X? ndviiT $4.» in««r»* liivi-a
p'..v iS.izau a$zd bi fu i'-v, "r-.
I "g«'at" ««f up pari**
a i\ iiii«« #'V«*rPis! ]••.' UMia.
Pu! il :i^aivuij
he par::«'t-sii.-ji i,v :-*i
1
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Til" U'»a! w|p ix- -»•.
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plliii-ijt::«*?. .: iliL «P
fr«. '..iii. a SU«-"f v*i!l P.- .-i
liua 'i biv -b -P
i'l'liU- !«•':•'»5- iVPT
Tlif W„r«i bfTv
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u.v. a- a huPa lui.« a prtiii*— li
XV«' .«! Ii,. iiK '»n-ij.itM '-ir
S» S -i i: n! :ii! Pj-5 |j'* vv
fi »Iii P,d'
li St* vial L#f i:
«•f T'!»- \t. «ad p.
iPia-
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JOat-ilSie. xv: wart! d:
iis.u ha: 'il-! Mi"
Vi dvVH ..i, .p.
ha b.
x.
-isi[alf
the
m«»v xtripo. \v h. if tmbc»«.-b.il. will'
brinu up *n thv eviPdoor i!if Svroml
In rhjv w«» van rv
uivtnbvr S
r-i „i'i-iu.jioa pvaaltyj. wtiüv nth-
Ada i»i 2^11
1 Kii aj ie py
ohfiii a 11 ti.i- i.:. XX iuid riylit tu
Ilimsv. inn wbi«-ii 11h a«-r
?-»r «'j.*- "5 h«iu:ai .! 'I'Iih
ia-r tu Ilia.- a u! lu tia- Ys v«'h.
Hi- ilriiif. .i ii".ixt-.iix Kiiivtl'»Ui, a«it
j'-ail X\ :jjM fi ti sill»«,Pa
hat "ir"i»j la- P.'NUd'N.'U "f
xv.ifld," Messiah, dariuu tia- Milivii
itia-i A-t-. »Iii prtAf xx j,.« of iiamkiud
arc
or: by uf MwriasTiit^- Ivinaiii uf»'
lit rbr* nnd of Iiis !h'a::i,ai-).-ar «fiva.
The I.'fd xv)!! dvlivn: !»i P«i hi« .!'»
rnin:..n. nr li.t- kinuduai »f earth. Man
kind w\\\ !a«iv H'i-rlP 1-h vpui siifit' d*
rofil.x' t(t t'm* a' r. xx
rrad in 1 orini hisn-s P":V
*1 Pile ««f he is dt*«-n!iv,j in
w,."Ylii-a 11a 1 IP' t«t
lIk'üi tu His hand tii«-* V'-.-t-P 11.
pari fi'.ai M*-. yt? -i unlit:, iapi
s? ffii: N.fir#'par«'d far fj/t- h-\ij
:i':d a vd Tii*- Va«-t hat ihi-
hd. ti'dii-« Iii*f'in«j "rf* 1°. kill,".!.-:! I
$
vfi.its I'iii- la*-
Kvi-H.I
a'an
v- l' 'id
xx'hi. IMP
In he
11i•1 ii is
.- Mi."
1 t:a' ,«: a
I I «.:• I
:hi •.
-I- "'i N lid
h'#'s:ir*~
xxi' 'hon'd fail
bv pi'ouiisvd iiifd'un.
So itiiisi iiiiHi'iii »a l|i
word:'- rv-, t• nt ihv xvnrtu «lying not
'ai ila* P.v not Pvini: «pivn« h»d. TIim
'l iplvs »'vxx- uf inix otiv piat-v xxjivre
ii.v -v xx ord «iiuld i«v appli.NiPiu That
phi xva- "iia xalP-x o( Fiinnom"
Pd!i-m a xx hri 11• i-ff'usv uf .leiaia
Ifii xvas thrown as inio a varbagv fur
ua lor dv^tI'li' iim: l-'irvs of Prini
sioav xx v! kept burning in the bottom
iu dvs.roy thv germs ,,f uisvasv. and
ho on«- vMitiL'idln I hosv hrv« llath
vr, ihvy xx-viv perpvi uat vd And il. per
hain e. some rar-a fell outside the
litv line, thv wunn- dwtairvii it. No
oiiv wished tu destroy the worms »1 nd
preserve liie -ar« a»s.
lehvuiia litis lii^ aiiiv a type, or tig
ure. of tin? utier desiruvtion awaiting
the filially rebellion^. x. ho must perish
"as natural brute Pea sis." that the
earlb may be lea used. Our Lord's
refeieiii-es to the worms and to the tire
were doubtless appreciated by those
who heard, it would signify t" them
that, as the offal was destroyed, so the
tvlvked would be vlassed as the offal of
humanity and be finally destroyed in
the Second !eatb.
On previous o- '-asions we have shown
that our Lord's reference to weeping
the future life. They refer tt the sad
experiences nf some In (lie end of this
Age. in the great lime of trouble with
will lie
grem
have
in
His
also remind mir hearers
in waywärdnesw so well Illustrated by' parable of The Ilich Man and Lazarus
the goat's wayward disposition. I Is now clearly understood and seen
At the close of that thousand-year be full of beauty and Important Instruc
Day of blessed opportunities the whole tlon.
world of mankind will be found In have pleasure
Cbrlet Is Divinely «polnted tor the Brooklyn Tabernacle. Rrooklvn. X. T.
-sri£-.s«« ffcaxti#.»
*r
that the
to
given In symbol!«- language. We
In offering a realise
on
of cost. In
re-
to
the
Si
THE WORLD'S OLDEST CITY.
Demascus Is St.': W-at It Vas 2'.»V«
the Da., o* Asrähdrr».
I" vou w-r- a.-k•*-: to
lia: :v
the yhi'.-»r t-:«
.31: ihi
P.- at
in
li.f wvr«'.l
which still in a rtouri«: ::g «H
diii..?s. -AhHi =W.- V'^'ir al!-v
in nhic i.- ,i.:i -.•? ters iht- p"r
.»n t't wh-:t (|'i*Ty
I- 't'!' -i-irrv v'.
liv
vi
in
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ii'i,:! .-
.: Mi- iiii
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(n-ry
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(-rnnrvr.
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if "l' ir-M ..'ii! ii'i.-iv» ii:
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iv.i- Ni-.f |,iav.-U." -iii!
Ii T'::_rh lit,
vin
«h.- »!-ni!i-i r
vi'Vvd fruin ,i nv*,j :iiHr.ns! hvight
i.Tlfi .wii» in i'IIKT "hvi-:|u-'
v...* »n-ü .in'., have Inn
:w ra'ii-M piirt he tv i
f- s- 1 I
or!i." l-!i !V wlüH .'ühall filih-'i
"Kv- U,- K,:*il- ii Wii- il!
in- ti'ilf "f ?-!!l! "!hv IviUi U'"
r' i."
I' lull: I :::!l,-!Si'KS C-.Wte ihc il'HTl
-oi). i'ir '.'ii,. ji'inn.-. ni'.i! t!
1
'!.-ii,i!- ajinifi! of l'iniit vtiüctl
liiiiiitsi ii: iiai!!ii-lx. nil! 'ic.i'i":f':i'
f.ihn- of i-osi«j!i tiinl -ilk. with vin^
mi! fl.iwcf- r,-ii-vi! upon s'liocith.
lii-iuhl i'u 'iv!: thi- i:in isk ruso in
ir into Knuinn'l in tin- tinif
ii! ili-ii.''. t!.: 'Iii
I
I I I
tiiit'.. tin- i-vrrt of w'iosr- mann
art 'I f" -l v. "l'
Ciirriet! Ii
»«'I'L'i-alit. ap cmIiarm.-svd and !iat-
lii'iekiti,Lr
1
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Hi.-a:. His
vie.
•an v'. 'd--a:ly.
nil pp«M iii« of
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liv same inaeioi's rccepta-
I*'a1
Mpiahd vouniHiirv alreadv torri.-livd
by 1 he Imai, I 0 I-'a li ron licit."
Reasonable Grounds.
Poor old Mi--, iJiics ua.- looking
VPI'\
sail anil ca rf til when I lie virar
III«-1 her ill the village 1 r'|0 hut
lli'- latter, knowing I he eanse of her
troiihle. v|o|i ieil her ami. lavinti a
lliiii'i on 111-1- shoiililrr. askeii .-vin
nal hei icul I
"Uell. Mr-, liile.s. how \onr Int.—
I haml I tii.- iiioi-nillgy Heiter. I
hope
"No. no. sir: terrible had. is
poor o111 iles terrible bail, '(hr
e\ei. iloi lor ilo sav a- 'ou ,|' 'r lives
lill niornin 11 avr ^ome ope lor
"i III. lill! if (loil'l 'e's a sea re,I 'e'li
aw to give 'ini up!" Pearsmi's.
Alexis Piron.
Alexis Tiron. a native of |)ijon.
lip perhaps mo-i notorious lor his
lepilapli. "Mere lies I'iron. who Was
riol hing mil exen an avadi'inivian
pint- nigh! lie was asked at a pariV
if he eould ielI fbp difference lie
tweeri a woman and a mirror. "A
woman," lie replied, "talks wiihout
reHceting: a mirror refleets without
talking.' f'pon litis a lady asked.
"Can von ijovv. M. Piron, fell me
ilie difference between a man and a
mirror?" Ami as Piron remained
silent she went on, "A mirror is al
ways polisJmd. while a man some
time» is uot."
He'll Get the Girl.
Tommv Rallies v.'ns ttuned down
when he asked Klste's father for his
eonsent. The old man said that
Tommy was a good boy, bill lacked
persistency.
What is Tommy going to do
about if?
He goes to the oid man and teks
him for his daughter three even
ings every week.—Cleveland Plain
Dealer.
stl-frh
WU--
f^^s
9
1
u-
3
Za'V.
I
t-
'hl
nv
arti-l info IVr.-in. ami
hat hi-atil ifni avi of inlaying wood
ami -ti'i'l wit It 1:0hi ami sih'tT, a
kinrl of mo-aii- cngravitiL: ami sr-nlp
tiii'v iinitfil —r*ii I 5 ila'naski-fiiing
uitii uiii.-h l.o\.-. Imrvans a ml
-v on Is a n- on'ar.ii-nli'd. liwIiatiLTP.
Here's Spelling Lesson.
St
»itIn'rotii*1115. ira-'s'iMe and wnii
1 IL
PHT'1
slivik.
isw! rhrvsaii»
a foni|?iaisa«ii
anon vinous
sudden!x d?»iipj
vepi jve »^iipinrj
'!^!t! Not -avvliarip'' Sin- 1 imp
I rarisivrr-'d a billion ul' bilious inos
itiiilnes. an un»alable lioiiijiivt of
I in*h-ias. I KiF. !a hl ins. vavi li**
ami plr'i\. liijuelied bdellium, an
indelible ilvl'amatorx inHaininalovv
sviudirop'- tn and a didi.t!a Mi* vl!o
Lrim to
iht
olid "f ti
t)r) \iv and tfi
11 v. I h'sm a I'
•an-d down h"r re
s. Stn* sinijdx »aid
1
'i\'d)l\ sur: f-ndvritp_ her
dauiuT'-vni hp to the rvstativ aero
naui. sin' dvsi-vndvd \vith he*' par.V
vliuiv—a sviioiivin for Iimroiu he—
,and Liri*1 voti's!v 'errilipd thf -hd'd.
1
I a"i ihei
von
Ii«.'.
''s
villi:
... .., I iiv
1
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I ANcgeiabU-prvrMrsiioiiforA,
liilSl:ivSiv -h.Diiriiinuwdsrji
ness and
zi"
»a
t"£5c Ap?r.'eci Sc- nedy forCcnsrlpa
afet -i. ion. Soar Storoach.Oiavitm,
I vYovr.xs .Couvjlsimvs/vcvci isa
---ö!i ness aidiCSS OF Si.EZ?.
•,-rSHZ
50
^T,L
racSiitv
Bears
Jili Signature
i-ir'xji Promoi^bDie.-stior.jCkfi'ud
E=
3
iW-Conulns nciüwr
Opium .Morphi t*..? uy:literal
Nor N
fö|2
amc otic.
A t:7 5 -i
jitm
A S~id'
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C" ixi -5w—
Ik
fn.
The Cr.xv.v. it LC /^A'ß:
NEU* VoPK.
)o.232o Gimranv-'c
i'iinsi-ii?
-. ^-Ii•!1111.— tin- worM ovor I'm
ii- '.Pi viluv am
1
«oi"ih'rfn!
r-las-
And the Fa.libil.ty c- he Testimony of
Eye V. :rxos-:5.
Th: inii'v'i.iiiihi
I
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tx
v.
|PP!
ill.*
ip t/nidop svliui xx pre
rei'i'iitlv Mskccl write **A
sibvj
xviiji her ghnitpms
.diii .iiiplai «-t sei/otl a sicvi'. a
Exact Copy or Wrapper. THE CENTAUR COMMNT. NEW "SPS CITV
AND SEEING.
ul I in-
I'
cp
''-P.
a!
testimony
n'" '. I v..-ii'.-—,'s. iv!!!.-h ha- o.' ien
|i--n oi'.
WII
i-iii to an a::ms
|i:.ivuv:il li'sl l.iv I'infessor 1 t
v. im ii' -.-riiies ihv rvsuli in an
!v i'l i'li' i" t!!~ -llii 11.
l.'J
1
or. t'i :«.i test tin- lu.'inorv ami
•-ifli'ii.iiv tv. suggesiion of Iiis
rl'ormeil the fvllowirg
en ijti ioi'ly-eiglii hoys ir
1
!if a'.res oi' fön i't eon anii sev
Mv passeil a silver coin
:e si/.- of a lift i-I'll! piree
xii«. insivm-t'inu ea.-h
iiiii if earefnilx. i.ul
ii" I'ttnlier imhi-ation- as to
"f hi- ai-i i'111. Ai the
!es-iin. im in
oilier
iroii-i-iii'il us iisii.il. I'r-i
a a a a
"i lli-- coin, aiblri's.-eii
ns I
a ih on hi obse i-veil
nil wliii-h I hatilled around
i'l il now shiiti111 lik,
ii:1 jiowers nf oh#cr\a I 'on.
ei'ore going lo ask ea-.-ii of
I tldii-a!e I lie poim on I he
linn hen- ihv hoiv j, fount!. .Itisi
hike a pie. I' of utiper, iiraw a eii'i-le
ft Hi
pos-vsslol
he ,-i:is
"Vol!
that I he
h.i a If'
1
up")! il :•I iii'l .im- roughly lie po
sition
ol liu- head on thv coin ami
of I lie hoie Ilich voll ol.sen ed
A.
•I liiere »as h.i
all. Nevert in—
forly-foiir out
'Ipils indieated
alle-." il hoi«- in
ihdleal illg I he
-. Of I lie foitv
po.-il ivelv
A» a niat!"i' ol !.P
I hole ill I he Clin a I
less no fvv."r than
of -eighi
II ho posit ion of lie
1 he coin. soim. ex en
I pnsil ion of wo holes
remaining pupils only
a-erlv:I thai there
in- "in. I he ,! her
«I id mil fhev had no| observed I hi
S III
a
1
in
I he
xvas a
hole in
merely
ihn
oi v.' i- intere-iine
I'l'l
lllvl
ease which are well
worth rev:hiiiug. In the first place
iim! milv individual who
h.id Hoi been open to suggestion
bo\ who had previously shown
Iiis iiiee'iemlvnve by giving vonsid-
111'
dillii-tilly ill matters of dis
I'hnv. I'lirlliermore. several of ihe
yoiin:-ei' hoys, evon after llhy
I lie Svu'ulilie American, com
menting upon this experiment, re
marks:
It hardly needs to lie poiffted
mil how significant an observation
of this character is in its bearin«
on legal testimony. We must not
be surprised that the witness may
under "cHain circumstances not
merely make a certain statement in
compatible with fads, but niav even
insist in his erroneous belief in the
face of overwhelming evidence
against it. and all this in perfectly
good faith."
Sandy'» Narrow Eeeape.
"An hoo's the gttid wife, Sandy?"
said one farmer to another as t'liey
met in the market place and ex
changed snuffboxes.
"Did ve no hear that she's dead
i* buried said Sandy solemnly.
"Dear me!" exclaimed his friend
sympathetically. "Surely it must
ha]_beeti ver sudden.?"
an
!«.'
1
enough
'v were several
oilier
I'NI-
went into
wore
lo'd Ihm liiere was mi hole in ihe
coin, ahsoiufclv relused to admit
Iiis.
Si .2
For Infants and Child:-
•¥•6
ha
Always Bought
che
e. il ,vas -vv
1111-n," returnvil
S.imix. 'Ve s.-e, when she turned
iii 'vc had i-a time to send for tiie
doctor, -a" I giod her a bit pout.her
I had l\ing in »iiv drawer for a year
or twa an' that I had not frae the
do,-ior myseV. but liadna ta'en.
What the poll! her was I didna verra
XVeel ken. bill she died soon af'or.
It's a s.iir his- to ihe, ear tell ye,
I in s.im.-thitig to he tiiaiikfu'
I'm' I didti.i lak' the potiflier my
sei'." Iiundee Ad ei'i isor.
True Government'.
True government is nothing bvt
the ma tagement of the national
household for the good of the fair.
i!v [*r,ile:- v. ha! kind of govern
ment do v. hxe'r 'I'o this nuestion,
Iter question, woman must find nil
answer bv following her sisters 'o
their places of sojourn. It is for
her lo know if their home is home
indeed, if th-'ir shelter is strong aid
healthful, if evei'v room —-in iorig
'ng. shop and faviorv—is open to
liglu and .n". 11 is for her to see
thai exorv dweller therein has frev
h'im lo drin in he uirnls of heaven
e.'id relrosh hi- mind with music, art
arid hooks, i- for her to «e-? tli.tt
ex cry inoi her is enabled to brittg'
up her ehiiln-n under favorable
circumstances. Helen Keller in
Mel ropolii., v.
I
A
.1
Late t'nd Early Easters.
The earlie-: dale on xx hich Kastor
can tall !.- f:,tt-«• 11 The imi'tri
mn-t Iiii. be fell on March V't an
th:!t d.'ue ii'ii-i he Saiurdav. Such
cmileiiai ion nf eirciimsianves ia
I reine! rai'i- Masler Suinlav'has
iaiii'ii i- e: ri\ as March Ill I0!^t,
ill iii I a nd in 1st*, ,-mii il xv ill fall
on March 'ii again in 1 '.**•1». '.m!
a Uli '.'II
In- !a a on xvliii il
Ivi-ler e.-m i,i!| .s April That
iiappeiicd in li'.
i'iil.
in 17'VI ami ii
W
tappen again
in
I'-'ij
Hci o.c Rescue.
Three xeiir-oltl Moniague •'"»'i
I txvo vear-old Harold were having
bat löget her in lie big 1 lib.
her hem a moment xvmle
.-he
the nexi room Sud­
denly succession o1' agoni/eil
shrieks
re,
-died her Two ilriiipmg.
terror iricken little figures stoinl
clasped in each other' a™ms
ii
middle of ihe bathroom floor.
"Ilb. mother." gasped Montague,
"I got him otif 1 I saved him' The
stoiiper came out. and we were go
ing down 1"
A Substitute Support.
"Our Ihiik'\ntoon is over. I utu.sf.
get back fo business," opined the
groom.
"I cannot von leave inc." de
clared I he bride. must luivs
some!hing lo lean on."
"Well, ihv den". I ntusf earn our
living. oii'lI have lo lean on ihe
mantelpiece for few hours every
day. —-Kansas Citv .lourrwl.
Ceuse of Hie Joy.
"What a re yon looking so happy
over, old man
"1 am mjoicing over the birth of
twins."
"Great Scott! I congratulate
yon!"
"Don't congratuate me. (lo Htul
congratnlate Kvane. He's the lucky
I never did like him."

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