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Abbeville Press and Banner (Newspaper) - September 1, 1909, Abbeville, South CarolinaAi-uv1 us Xii 41 Ujj Sulci Miladi is asleep Milord she i said. In her hand she carried some let ters. What Are those lady Derri jeans give them to me. I am going Virginie gave them at once and then went on her Way just looking Back at him with a glance of admiration for she admired his handsome face and Noble bearing. Gervais had his hand on Dorothy s door when he happened to look Down at the letters and As he did so his brows met in Surprise. The top envelope was a dark Blue one on which was scribbled Dorothy name and address in the m St illiterate and impossible of handwriting. Gervais stared at this for another moment then without a moment s hesitation he Tore it a non to is from rid Joe no court. And will show his innocence poor fellow Well she will forgive me for opening it i am sure chapter xxvii. For my Sake. A scrap of dirty paper was inside the envelope and at first Gervais had some difficulty in deciphering the written words the Ink was so Pale and the characters so crude. He walked away from the door to a window on the corridor that was fitted up with cushioned seats and curtains like a Small room and throwing the Otner letters be Neid on to the velvet Bench he stood with his Back to the Light and began the task of mastering the contents of this most extraordinary epistle Miledy this is to warn you As you d better Send some Mony at oct or it u la be Nasty for yer. 1 nos to much about you and in and 1 looks to yer to Elp me now. Don t play me no trix As i Ain t to be filed and Means to ave Mony for i panes. Mony must be Ere i out Fale Termor Eror Nixt Day. Jim Gervais read these lines slowly three times without grasping their meaning then gradually a horrible cold sensation came Over him his heart beat wildly one moment and nearly stopped the next. Strong Man pc Lou pc h Ca trom Lorl f foot and the scrap of paper fluttered in his grasp. Some creature had dared to write threateningly to Dorothy his wife the woman he loved and had put in his pure Mother s place. Threateningly what did it mean slowly scarcely conscious of what he did he Sank to the see and scared before him at the words that seemed to grow More monstrous each instant. Inns to much about you and in again and again he repeated that sentence to himself till it beat in his brain and made the hot passion of his blood surge and swell to or id Ness. You and in to Dorothy se52seshshhh5hsesh5h5h55r Helo de hide Rowlands. I9 rash5hse5b5h5h5hsh5e5eshtji these words had been written to Dorothy but let him first be quite sure perhaps he had made a mistake. With hurried eager fingers he picked up the envelope and gazed at the rude inscription then his hand dropped there was no mistake Ledy Deriman was scrawled Mas legibly As the characters would Merriman Dorothy lady receive such a letter. Was his brain going his senses faded for a moment then he became acutely agonizingly awake. He arose and was slipping the paper into the envelope when he saw that More remained unread and he Drew it out again. Address mister Jim cotes the Bullfinch Newman s Road hounds ditch and Send the Mony Sharp. I Ain t noway Wishful to Wate he crushed the hideous letter in his hand then plunged it in his pocket and with Swift Uncertain Steps went Back along the corridor the stairs his one thought was to get outside in the air he Felt he should suffocate if he remained an instant longer in the House where he had received his cruel blow. All at once he became conscious that he was not alone. Sounds of Fleet footsteps on the Crisp Snow reached him his eyes refused to turn and look behind him. If it should be Dorothy his heart whispered in anguish. Heaven help me i am not fit to meet her the Steps Drew nearer and nearer and then stopped a trembling hand was Laid on his Arm. Lord Merriman said a voice that was Low and full of dread and pain. He bit his lip and almost Shook the hand away but Enid Chung to him. will get so cold and. Forgive me but you will attract have brought your hat and coat lord i do not want them he answered in a dry hard Way. I am not afraid of the you Are in trouble Enid said As firmly As she could speak. I want to help he shivered suddenly. No one can help me he muttered. Yes yes they can i me pleaded the girl. You have been so Good to me lord Merriman cannot Bear to see you Gervais turned and looked at her. Her pure Pale face was More fragile than Ever but a new expression. A Strong powerful sympathetic her glorious by s. One seemed to my then More a ministering spirit than a woman. He plunged his hand into his pockets and Drew out Tho crumbled letter her eyes seemed to magnetize him. Then if you can help me he said huskily read that and Tell me what i must do. You think that i am mad see if that is not enough to kill me body and soul altogether Enid took the paper. She had grown a Shade whiter and her lips Felt As cold As ice to herself. Her fingers almost refused to hold the letter but she forced herself to do it and read the insolent words with a heart As heavy and cold As though no life remained in it. Gervais watched her in a Dull wretched fashion. Poor child he thought for a moment As Enid was silent simply because she had not strength to use her voice. But As another moment was born her courage and Power returned to her. letter is not meant for Dorothy she said in faint but Clear tones. Gervais Bent toward her eagerly his every pulse thrilled every nerve quivered. Not meant for Dorothy he repeat Din so Low and husky a voice that she could barely hear it. No s left hand fell by her Side she clinched her fist As though the last bitter blow had yet to fall. No she said For me Gervais half staggered Back. For you he said choked with the flood of emotion that rushed into his you yes for me. This is a secret i. I can not reveal to you lord hoped it would have lying was not easy for Enid she broke off and Gervais thought she did so from shame and fear. He took a deep breath and passed one hand Over his brow the agony he endured was fading slowly but he was in an unsettled troubled state and be could not grasp the full meaning of her words just at first. Enid stood before him looking Down at the letter and quivering in every limb. If Only he would speak and let her know her sacrifice had not been in vain. The silence grew too oppressive she Felt she must break it. do not despise me she asked feebly. I do not understand it All yet Gervais replied still with his hand pressed to his eyes the letter is addressed to Dorothy and you Halloo a pair of conspirators laughed a genial voice that made there both Start what on Earth ave you standing out Here for Merriman miss Leslie you will be Gervais hand dropped and Enid gave a Little cry then she turned to dare must make him understand the horrible difficulty and so help her. Lord a or err ,.\" said with a Little catch in her breath you do not quite believe me perhaps that is natural but Here is one who will Bear me out. Or. eyes sought his and made his heart flinch at the agony in themis it not True that have a secret you remember my telling you about it dare s brows met but her eyes held him fast and commanded him by their misery. Did i not say that some Day my peace and happiness would go and i should be disgraced answer so that lord Merriman May know that that he is wrong in doubting any one but me dare for heaven s Sake speak is this True Gervais broke in wildly. Dare hesitated a moment he had no knowledge of what this mystery meant but he saw that Enid was denouncing herself to screen another person and that she called on him to help her As he had wished she might do that first Day he Ever saw her. This is a horrible position but i suppose i must speak miss Leslie. You Are right he said slowly and with much difficulty. And you gave my wife s name a3 your own said Gervais looking at Enid with contempt and disgust. You dared to do this thing yes she faltered shrinking from the cold cruel gaze of his Clear eyes. " dared to do Gervais waited a moment. I have nothing More to say to you miss Leslie except that i should prefer that my wife did not come too much in Contact with you. I thought you so Frank so pure and Good and i find you false and deceitful. Whatever your shameful secret May be it is nothing to me but you must see for yourself that lady Merriman s House can be your Home no longer " with that Gervais pushed past the girl s trembling form and dare s upright one with the dark face dyed Crimson with indignation and pain at these words and strode quickly away. Enid gave a Little cry and buried her face in her hands As he went. Miss Leslie Enid what does this All mean in heaven s name Tell me All for i confess i do not comprehend one single scrap of it Enid lifted her face it was tearless but As White As the Snow around them. It Means that i have saved him from the blackest despair the most awful misery. Heaven forgive me for telling the lie but i did it for the did it for the Best i dare stooped and took the letter from her icy cramped fingers and soon made himself master of the contents then he Drew a deep breath. My Angel he said with infinite tenderness you be done this to screen your Cousin of Enid Enid my Darling she did not hear his voice or his Loving words her ears were ringing with the horrible ones that Gervais had uttered. He scorned her pushed her aside with contempt and loathing. Truly the sacrifice was a great Onemo great she scarcely yet knew. He believed me she said in a dazed sort of Way he believed me will still be Happy. It would have been so terrible if he had thought it dare took her two Small hands in his. Think of yourself a Little my dear one he said tenderly. Remember your future. What Are you going to do " what am i going to Cio Abnia repeated slowly then More hurriedly i am going away at very afternoon. Please let me go or. Broughton. I must be Quick it is late. were very Good help me just Enid was crying bitterly the tears were stealing Down her Cheeks. Leave me she whispered Brokenly will come he wrapped the warm plaid closely round her and looking Back As he turned obediently away he saw that she was shaking with the passion of sobs that came from her broken heart. His arms longed with an inexpressible longing to draw her to his heart and so hold her clasped against All sorrow but he restrained himself and despite his bitter disappointment made no further Effort to press his suit. It was unmanly he thought to urge it while she was so agitated and weak. I will wait for you by the Gate he said gently. To be continued. Women a chemist i. It is inexpedient publicly to encourage women to adopt chemistry As a professional in this concise Way is expressed the View of those members of the chemical society of great Britain who disapprove of the proposal to allow women to become members. Out of 3400 papers read on personal researches during the last thirty five years Only Twenty three have been contributed by women alone. There is a growing desire however on the part of Many of our leading scientists to admit women chemists to membership and As the wish has met with the strongest opposition from other members the question 1b being put to a ballot. Mme. Curie is at present the Only woman member and she has been made merely an honorary fellow with neither voting Powers nor eligibility for office on the Council. London daily mail. Lian dits disarm soldiers. When travelling by train from Oriya 10 Lima in Peru the passenger were held up at galera 15,000 feet up in the mountains by a fully armed band who took some of the travellers As hostages. Fifteen Soldier who were in the train were disarmed four being wounded and one shot in cold blood because he would not hand Over his Rifle to the red trousers. According to the Figaro red trousers Are now the rage among Young men on Holiday in th3 Southwest of France. The upper garments Are a matter of comparative indifference but on the Tennis Lawn the Beach or the Esplanade the trousers must be red of some sort wine color and scar let being permitted As variations. Pall mall Gazette. To keys for barroom. According to a decision by the state s attorney and the counsel to the police Board of Baltimore the hotel keepers of that City under the liquor Law passed by the last legislature will have Little use for the keys to their barroom. They can sell liquor at almost any time. 1 the put of i a Sermon 0/ tie a mss egg a Ien Dei of Iff written in Jerusalem by the eloquent Brooklyn divine and writer now in the holy land devoting months to research and 6tudy. Subject Nazareth. Text and Nathanael said unto Bim can any Good thing come out of Nazareth Nazareth Nestle among the Hills. And As you come upon it Over the last brow of the rolling country that lies Between the town and the coast the Eye is delighted with the simple Beauty and quiet grandeur of the spot. It is a fit stage for the setting of the earliest scenes in the life Arama of the woodworker s apprentice whose divine Mission it was to mediate the knowledge of the love of god for men. Here in the lower Highlands of the Galilee inspired with a daily vision of the holy Heights of Carmel upon whose Summit another and an Ciuci ecu Sci Nau Laygui inc truths of god face to face with the martial memories of out stretched Megiddo gifted with an easy View of the Snow capped tops of Hermon in the midst of Gentile influences neighbor to the zealous patriotic galilean jews on the highroad across which travelled the wealth and information and culture of Greece and Home to the East the sea and to the West the Ocean Here Christ spent that youth of which we know so Little and that must have meant so much. You May see at Nazareth a glorious picture conveying an artist s impression of the holy boy at work. You May enter under the ruins of an obviously ancient immense crusaders Church a Rock Hen room about which traditions had become entwined. You May sit inside the synagogue where he stood up to read in which filled with Wrath they Rose up against him. If so inclined you May Endeavor to discover the location of the brow of the Hill Over which with True Galilea dispatch and temper they tried to throw him Down but none of these things interesting As they May be is so calculated to impress the mind and to warm the heart As the landscape of which this shrine Tyis the Centre. As you look about you with a knowledge of contemporaneous conditions in the time of our lord you wonder not after the manner of Nathanael How could any Good thing come out of Nazareth but How could any High souled Young Man living under the spell of an identical environment help being l is than a Prophet to his people. Nazareth is the sort of place in which we would imagine the boyhood of Christ to have been spent even As the were the kind of men Jesus needed to constitute the Early company of his disciples. It is no wonder that he hastened to the Succour of the distressed at Nln or thnh top Inq familiar with the scripture As a boy. For toward Nain he was indebted for Many a charming Outlook which must have endeared the place and its inhabitants to his heart. Born in Bethlehem he must had at twelve no inconsiderable knowledge of that town and its environment actual and historical while the Region about Nazareth and the countrysides Visi ble from the Elevation to the Northwest of Nazareth were peopled with memories suggestive enriching enlarging impelling. To the South Lay the Entrance to the Valley of Jezreel heavy with stories of Saul and Ahab of warfare and Slaughter of the Vine Yard of Naboth and the Chariot of Jehu of perfidious Jezebel and the dogs which ate her of Elijah the tis bite. To the Southwest Megiddo where Amaziah died. To the Southeast Endor. Over yonder was Lebanon towards the West the Waters of the ships of Tarshish. Here Rome and Greece worshippers on Ger Zim and Moriah the past the present and the future causes and probabilities history and prophecy the culture the tendencies the hopelessness and delinquencies of an age were gratuitously open to the student of the life of men. Was it not indeed a fitting land and a proper school Bethlehem was a gracious Cradle Nazareth was a University. As the Judean City of David gave him his urn i or n Audi Ricou i Camo do Trio Uco Ciocu City on the galilean Hillside afforded him first refreshing augmenting in. Aspirations. Here his soul began to breathe his mind to Frame the Relig. Ious and moral philosophies that the father shot into his soul. In the midst of the Fields and valleys the rocks and vineyards the Woods and Orchards elevations and High places the suns and Rains and Clouds and Dews and streams and droughts the and Moonlight the Joys and sufferings the Virtues and the sins of this locality which owes its Fame to him his spotless heart was stirred by him whose evangel he was. The men who tried to kill him by throwing him Down Hill achieved thereby an everlasting notoriety of a somewhat impersonal character. The teaching that he proffered and thai they refused is the sublimation of divine revelation. When they rejected the master they made it easier Fol his disciples in every age to endure indifference. When that Community turned a deafened ear to the Wisdom of god in Jesus they gave heart to every Prophet and servant of god forevermore. And As from the height which Jesus often must have climbed with Youthful ardor we look Down upon the modern Village the narrow streets Are filled with other faces the spirits of a Host who have lived within and travelled to these sacred precincts Rise to Greet us and we hear a voice which says with infinite sweetness and Assurance the spirit of the lord a upon me Ira w. Henderson. Jerusalem june 15, 1909. He that Trust eth in his own heart is a. Fnnl1 hut Whoso a Colv id shall be delivered. Liberty. O Liberty Liberty what matchless blessings thou conf rest on hos who win thy companionship How can one Bear to live without thee How can anyone be so selfish having himself once known thy glorious privileges As not to Burn with a generous ardor to make them known to All men?.william r. Alger. The finer feelings. The finer feelings Are like the wind men know not whence they come nor whither they . Or. 1-ii ills the sunday school International lesson comment for september 12. Subject close of Paul s third missionary journey acts 21 1-17.i Golden text acts 21 Mit verses 13, 14.commentary, . D. 58. , Caesarea. . Seven Days attire 6. When Paul reached a Cit he at once looked up the disciples Init. He longed to impart to them some spiritual gift rom. 1 11and to be comforted in them rom. 1 12.r. A. Any one who was a disciple of his lord Jesus was because of that fact an object of Paul s tender affection and interest. Do All christians to Day in their travels keep a for the disciples of Christ in the cities they visit and Hunt them up with eager love and desire to help them a seven Days stay seems to have been quite the customary thing with Paul cd. 20 6, 7 28 14. Paul did set foot in Jerusalem. Was the spirit then mistaken v. 4. Not in the least. These men spoke through the spirit i. E., it was what the spirit said to them that led them to speak to Paul. But they were not Wise interpreters of the holy spirit s teaching. Doubtless what the holy spirit testified to them was what he Les Tmea in every City viz., mat Donas and afflictions awaited Paul cd. 20 23 of. Is. 10-12. They could not endure the thought and so they put their own construction on the spirit s teaching and nut it int their own words and said he should not set foot in Jerusalem r. A. There Are those to Day who would have us believe that this is the kind of inspiration we have in the the spirit gives the concept but Apos ties and prophets put this spirit Given concept into their own words. We see from this passage a w unreliable a revelation the Bible would be if this were the Mode of its inspiration. It is not 1 Cor. 2 13, r. V., am. App. When the spirit teaches us we need to be careful to give out precisely what the spirit gives us and not our inferences from it. Or we also through the spirit will teach error. Paul had won the heart of every Man. Woman and child in the Church of Yre. We Are Apt to lose sight of the exceeding lovable Ness of this Man Paul. He was so much else that was great that we lose sight of his gentle Winso meness of. Cd. 20 37, 38. One can almost see that company of men women and children ground about Paul All kneeling and All praying. It was no empty prayer. That United prayer doubtless got what it sought. It brought Down from god Blessing for Paul and Blessing for the Church of Tyre. It always Means much when a company of True disciples Kneel together in believing simple and definite prayer. This was a Model leave taking of. Cd. 20 36. The sixth verse gives us a suggestive sentence. Our earthly guides and helpers Are separated from us but there Are two heavenly guides who always abide with us Matt. 28 20 Jno. 14 16, 17. Happy is the Man whose Trust is in them and not id Man. Ii. Many Days in Caesarea 7-14. These verses give us a glimpse of several very gifted persons in the Early Church Philip his four daughters All Prophet esses and Agabus. The Church had made Philip a Deacon acts 6 1-6. God had made Philip an evangelist. God Only can make a Rue evangelist Eph. 4 11. Philip had come to Caesarea in his Tours from City to City some years before cd. 8 26, 39, 40. He seems to have made it from that base of operations. He was greatly blessed in his Domestic life. He not Only had four would of it self be a Blessing is. 127 3-5 128 3 but these daughters were All spiritually gifted. Some might think that these children being women ought to keep silence in the Church but god evidently thought otherwise. He made them prophets of. 2 17. Paul in the very epistle in which he under the inspiration of the spirit forbids women speaking under certain circumstances in the Assembly 1 Cor. 14 34 also gives directions How women shall Prophesy 1 Cor. 11 5. Agabus not Only spake through the spirit but he took pains to give the very words of the spirit and so he got things exactly right. When a Man can truly say thus Saith the holy ghost we May depend upon the literal accuracy of his words. But Many in our Day presumptuously Are to say it when it is Tot True and their prophecies come to naught j we do Well to be slow in accepting any Man s claim to be the mouthpiece of the holy spirit. The history of the Church tells of hosts of pretenders of that sort. One foil nip in their Dron Yecies is diu&1cenough to discredit their claims for the holy spirit never errs. Gabug did not Tell Paul not to go to Jerusa Lem but simply forewarned him of what awaited him there. Paul s friends however sought with ear nest import unities to dissuade him from going where god was leading him. It was the spirit who was Lead ing Paul to Jerusalem. Paul had plainly declared that fact cd. 20 22. Yet these foolish friends would dissuade Paul from going As there was suffering on the Way. Many i. Think that the path where suffering lies cannot be the right path but not so the lord Matt. 16 24 2 Tim. 2 12 3 12. Paul s last journey to Jerusalem was much like his master same Clear vision of Afflic j Tion awaiting him the same dissuasion on the part of friends. Jailed for treat at bar. Because he treated a Comrade to a drink of Beer w. T. Zenor. An old Foulier from the soldiers Home at orting., was sentenced to serve a thirty Day sentence in the Pierce county jail at Tacoma. Zenor was in familiar with Washington s in Titrating anti tipping Laws and i a burst of generosity bought a drink for o. W. Bunday. A Lynx eyed const bleat Orting detected him in the act filed a charge against him in Justice to. J. Viger 5 Cuduri Viiu or augur Fujiu conviction. Fifty mules die in fire. When the Large stable of the Cincinnat reduction company which handles the garbage of Cincinnati Ohio burned fifty mules lost their lives and the collection of garbage was temporarily suspended while the weather was blistering hot. Two Drivers asleep in the Hay loft were rescued by police. Another German loan. Despite increased taxes the Imperial German exchequer will require the Issue of a loan Early next year. The warfare against drink Temperance Battle gathers strength every Day. Science testifies for prohibition. The thirty ninth annual meeting of the american society for the study of alcohol and other narcotics held at Atlantic City indicated a tremendous Advance among medical men in their interest in the alcoholic problem. Or. Kress paper on Grain and fruits As a diet to prevent drinking was a new phase of the subject which attracted a great Deal of attention. Or. Crothers paper on tuberculosis and in Briety showed a Verj close relation Between the two every paper read was a tremendous argument for prohibition although that word did not appear. The discussions which followed showed that the conviction of alcohol being one of the dangerous remedies and drugs is growing rapidly among the profession everywhere. The american medical association which met at the same time showed startling evidence of the effects of the alcoholic movement in the banquets and dinners that were Given without alcohol in any form. The sex presidents of the Assoc a lion Ana Pineir Rienas Cei Edriea their dinner without spirits for the first time in their history and other associations showed a marked change in Public sentiment. Another significant hint was the attention Given by the Public press to the society for the study of alcohol and its proceedings. All the daily papers in the neighbourhood noted what it said giving it equal prominence to that of other medical papers. Another significant fact was the local interest in the churches. A warm invitation was Given to the members of the american society for the study of alcohol and other narcotics to occupy the pulpits the sunday before the meeting. This was cheerfully responded to by six physicians who spoke both morning and evening in nearly All the churches. Their addresses were purely scientific and practically a statement of the facts of science concerning the alcoholic for the associated prohibition press. Drinking from a press dispatch dated Detroit Mich notwithstanding the prohibition wave that has recently swept Over the country there is every reason to believe that the alcoholic habit among business men is steadily on the increase declared or. Frank c. Richardson of Boston in an address before the society of neurology and psychiatric. The meeting at which this assertion was made was one of the Many held in connection with the american Institute of homeopathy. Or. Richardson s topic was the problem of american business Neurosishe declared that the strenuous american business life is producing in Many of its followers a neurosis partaking of the character of neurasthenia psych Asthenia and hysteria. The Etiological factors in the production of this neurosis he said Are chiefly continuous mental activity and excessive use of alcohol. Speaking of patients addicted to the excessive use of alcohol or. Richardson said that no fear need be entertained of any physical or mental harm arising from a change to total abstinence. _ / discern be not the signs of the times even to the most superficial observer it must be apparent that Tho present crusade against the liquor traffic is rooted in an awakened Public conscience which cannot be appease until this great moral Issue is brought to trial in every state of the Union. The tide of prohibition is rolling across the continent. Maine Kansas Oklahoma Georgia Tennessee Alabama Mississippi i North by one me states which have refused to Compromise with intemperance and have adopted state wide prohibition Are falling into line. The White banners Are thickening. Thus the whisky traffic first it one form and then in another continues to receive the Brand of out. Lawry and ostracism. Discern be not the signs of the times?.atlanta a georgian and news. Confessed. The close affiliation Between the Saloon and the social evil is notorious. It was acknowledged by president Julius Liebman of the United Brewers association in his address at its annual convention held in Milwaukee june 9 and 10, 1908. In the report of that address published in the Brewers journal of new York july 1, 908, on Page 39f president Liebman is quoted saying the abuse of the Saloon is marked by disorderly and practices which Are not incidental to the business. We agree with All decent men upon these points1. That the Saloon should not be used to Foster the social evil and should be utterly divorced from it. "2. That the Saloon should not be used for gambling purposes. "3. That the Saloon should not be open to minors and that the Sale of intoxicants to children should be merely a dream. The Model Saloon exists chiefly ill the minds of the editors of liquor journals and in the imaginations of a certain Type of ministers and in the mythical stories sometimes rehearsed at Saloon men s campfires. Unfortunately the average tipping House is a place of ill Fame a place of shame and debauchery. With comparatively few exceptions our saloons Are houses of Drunken men. Profanity and obscenity of the vilest possible and retailers review liquor paper. Can t Trust the people. It was a strange admission by the liquor men at Sacramento. They said they greatly preferred having the liquor question settled in committee As they could not Trust the people to vote on the question.". California voice. The License men themselves alarmed by advancing Public sentiment have placed in the state e books of Lichtgarn what is said to by the most strict and comprehensive of All legislative acts to regulate the liquor traffic. I. I 1 religious truths from the writings of great i preachers. Jul the lord that health. I How can i Praise my god aright for All the mercies of the night How can i bless him through t Lay for love and guidance All the Ray How shall i live that he May know my heart with love doth overflow that prayers Are answered Yea or nay that 1 am glad in him to Day How must i live that he May see himself alone revealed in me lord teach me How. On bended knee i yield myself anew to thee. Give unto this poor heart of min Sweet Fellowship with love divine let pain and sickness sin and care no longer find an Entrance there. Instead of Send the double cure let soul and body both be pure i plead again thy verily. I am the lord that Healen the prayer of Faith once cured the Blind let Kindred Faith dwell in my mind then i shall know for surety. I am the lord that health Annie e. Michener in the Christia Herald. The Loving spirit. This is our lord s answer to the question How shall i inherit Eter Nal life the answer is love As the Samaritan you will not receive eternal life As the Reward of doings. In the sense that having now helped men and sacrificed for them you shall enter into an eternity Lik which you May cease doing so and live in some other relation to them. Not so. But by Loving men thus you hereby enter into that state of spirit and that relation to your fellow men which is eternal life the Only relation possible. What More can you beaked to do than to love those you have to do with it is that who Chi will alone enable Vou to fill All a nov to them. You need not ask what is due to this Man or that How much Bervice How much assistance How much substantial help these Marever useful questions where there 1s 110 love but they Are never sufficient and they Are therefore All summarily dismissed by Paul in his Brief ruler owe no Man anything but to. Ions one is the debt always due never paid off always renewed and that covers All others. Yon Are meant to live happily and strongly and sweetly the relations of society part to part Are meant to move Lasswe Tlyas the finest machinery and love alone can accomplish this. It is a Mere groping after Harmony and order and social Well being that we preoccupied with while we try to adjust class to class nation to nation Mait to Man by outward Laws or defined rec Fatiana Moreno to . Yuoi duo Ivy duo Jas. Determining each Man s Faith. Every life will have its religion according to its development it to Folly to look for uniformity until Ycu have uniformity in the faithful until All minds Are alike the things those minds can see must vary. The religion of the Man who think in the terms of the Laws of a universe must he different from that of the one who cannot think beyond his Din Ner pail or his Back Yard. If religion is the life of ideals the Power within us that pushes out and on toward the realization in our selves and our conditions of the Best we know and Hope for then each Man s Faith will be determined by his vision and his knowledge every individual Creed will be conditioned by the individual s stage of culture it is Folly for the trained mind to seek satisfaction in the ideals whose Bounds Are set by the untrained mind just As it equally is foolish for him to mock at the vision that cheers the Howlier life. Nearly All the suppose difficulties Between science and religion arise from the attempt Tofor Ceto a common viewpoint in religious minds that dwell almost a whole universe apart in All the rest of their thinking. Sanctification is. Fanaticism. In proportion As the heart becomes sanctified there is a diminished ten Dency to enthusiasm and this is undoubtedly one of the leading tests of Sanctification. One of the Marks of an enthusiastic and fanatical state of mind is a fiery and unrestrained impetuosity of feeling a Rushing on sometimes Verv blindly. As if the world were in danger or As if the great creator were not at the Helm. It is not Only feeling without a Good degree of judgment but what is the corrupting and fatal is feeling without a due degree of Confidence in god. True holiness reflects the image of god in this respect As Well As in others that it is Calm thoughtful deliberate immutable How can it be otherwise since rejecting its own Wisdom and strength it incorporates into itself the Wisdom and strength of the c. Upham. Duty doing. The great duty of life is to serve god and men to Render personal service to give personal sympathy to be kind and generous and unselfish to control ourselves and to help others to control themselves to be faithful with duty doing wherever we Are Ana at any Cost to set god first in our lives and to get for him the first place in other lives. Our material task is the Shell. The motives and purposes and spirit of the soul with in Are the life. Enfolded in the material tasks to which we Are called is a higher More enduring love and service of the truth of god. Right praying. When we Pray aright we Are communing with the True and Only g a when we Pray aright our thoughts aspirations and emotions climb to the very highest tablelands they Are capable of . C. A. Buskirk. Shallow satire. It is a shallow satire which seeks for of a Nilo Oil Fornic Mann orc Fach ions observances As Mere manacles or warts upon the hands of freemen. Rev. C. Nash. Increase m cancer cases. A marked increase in the number of deaths from cancer in new York state is reported by the state department of health at Albany. Id 1885 deaths resulting from cancel totalled 1ss7 and last year the total was 6554. The highest on record statistics filed indicate that the Fata cases for 1008 will surpass those Foi 190s. After club lockers in Kansas. " two suits were filed against the Topeka club one of the most fashionable in Kansas to test the right to keep liquors in lockers.4 Tso

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