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PLATTS!S!CUTH SSSH-WEEKLY JCUPJSL.
Che plattsmoutb journal
Publtshsd Senti-Wkry at PTattsmauth, Pltbr.
Euterext at tan Posrtolflee M PTattMnomh. ISetiratiUa. as e-and-claa mail matter.
R. A. BATES, Publisher
Subscription Price: St.
WILL. MOT COUJECT.
President Wilson and his ad-j,,r
:x:r are playing the M'Xi'aa
ga:iie c ..usi-i-cnny acci nuo-i -
the rule anni::rett in the be--in;ii:i-
and a withdrawal fr-ni
a!i int ere mrse.. It was a new
pniii-y fur natim. have j
tv.ir ,-.n-i.i.Te,i a Breaking orf" of!
ii pi. -ma; ie relation. a.- a drop-;
ping of the hat to tight, u e are
ii- begin to see ,nio of the
re-u'i of lih policy. The ilrst,
reu!i. i J hat we have no war.
an.i that in if. -elf is the greatest
reial :-ns. Xo ma! ter how in
s.giiif'.caut the opponent, or the
.-?i..rtne.-s of the struggle, a war
mean.- a terrible sorrow to- :na;iy
home ar.ti an expenditure "f
rr.onev anil resource that toe
rears r. recuperai-e. i--- r.
i . . b. . V .
i- t!ie tinancial ls that
apparently inevitable t..v tho-e
uho have iipporteil the liner?. a
government by loaning it- money
an.i buymr it bn.J-i. N"".v
Y-Tk banker who recently a.-iei
the -fate .iepart mn ;.". a. I vice a
t.. the bert mean of pri ecti:vj:
Hie Mexican bor.tl ani.'iintinz' to
ab-'t:t t .iwn.oa. which they
h"M. have been infornieil by
Ii-if..r F-.Ik that the .iepart meat
ha no nsierif n ,n to offer at
pr-,writ. At the sa.T.e time the
-..li.-i:..r eaile.t attention, to the
fact, th.it reio:-nf. V"i!-..n al
ready ha fafed that he would
n..t rec .rnize any act 1 n ' r
ant h.'i'izeii to be d)ne by i.ieaeral
Iluerta ince he beeanie dictator
"f .fexieo. .'T by the rontrre-i
which he had in-tailed. He warn
ed the tinaneial w.-rld that the
administration w uld n t be re
pon.ilJe f.-r any act of the
H';er?a -jverninen t. financial or
tMhe-wie. TIlO-e wh t.."k the
rambier chance mt:r. expect, to
, we whea Iluerta h.-u.-re of
card fill.-? about hi head.
At a recnt conference f.r race
be i ferment at Battle Creek. 3Ie-h..
a hi-h brjw r'je to remark that
the Tie of tobacco set the user
back about 1.9 per- cent in. eiEci
er.cy. Another made the tartl
ir.r statement that a s!a. of beer
c n t . .nuou ja-.
viol.-nt. And another espre.e.i
thi till more -hockinz tate
n:entr "Notwithstanding: the
many a.ertion at thi confer
ence, there is no cientiti; evi
dence that alc"hd and tobacco
weaken the human race. In fact,
they h..ie weeded out the weak
Iinr who c.'uld not s-tar.d the ai
ditional handicap.' And there
you are. or in that immediate
vieinitv. Indicatiu-. if any! bin-,
that lhee scientitie trutli are
important if they can be
recocrnied. But if the able ex
t.e"t. dis.'i-ree. it i n-'t tranje
that, the plain pin- find hTm.eIf
jrri'pinr in darkne. r han-inz
to the rope an.i wondering why
and what' what.
Of course the tpie-tion of the
removal of the state university i
a matter in hich every taxpayer
i directly interested. They are
the one that should howl the
loudest. They should take into-cmsid'-rat
ion the fat that it will
ro-t severai millions of money to
remove if while it will hardly
exceed a million if i.he impmve
ri.eiit are made rihi. where it
ha bceu located f"r .. many
y-ar.. Don't vote for removal
hecau-e a few real estate men
w.u;t t. make money by .- dotnz.
r..e. at the mailer in I lie- j.rojier
JivrhL. le'Cau-e you. a- a l;iU' l"r
will be out of pocket.
50 Pf Yar tiv Adanc
So far Nebraska"" ha enjoyed, a
InvK elegant, winter. Only three
f(i,u. .lay that could be voted
, ,.,,(, . and these widely scalter-
mj. i: na. Deen liie cuiem ior
r:x.-f!i;i people to hike for- Cali
fornia to spend the winter fce
i:aibH of the high temperature.
ft init-etintc to note that uine
Oalifor localities arw cutting
while Nebraska folk. are
praying for a bit of ice weather.
The J.-iiriial is infortueif that
i project! ha been hied with the
county commissioner against
"Xpert employed foe the pur-
p, of investigating the bocks
an.i aivnuati of all the county
otlieial. It i possible that rmh
protect come from taxpayer
i of Cii.. county? Have riot, all the
I ta."tpayer a riuht
to know how
hee otllce have been run? We
i hone the enunLv ciMnnn.ioner
will pay no attention to the pro
i.ef. and that the expert will zo
r:hi on with hi. work-
There i a feady and ever
increa;n-r kick bein made by
I the tarpaver of the state over
the increa.-se in taxe. that L o-m-r
to be heard fr'Mii in no un
certain way in future election.
The taxpayer doe not under-
-tand why hi. tax. burden houoi
be practically doubted, when he
jet no beneiit from it. Jut
wait till the rmoval of the tate
university occurs, and then you
will have anothep increase, be
i':mi a fev real eta.'e peculal-
r want, it done. Tote a;?ain.t
To I.-.ok after the work of im
provement of the road through
.Nebraska, and particularly that
stretch acres the state
iesizna.' ed a.s the Lincoln hizn-
, j way. t he yxv-ir ha. appointed
aa adviscry highway commission.
It consist of 3. E. Frdr:ek.n
of i)m;i!u, staie consul of the
Lincoln Ilizhwiy association; J.
T. Beeler of Xorth Platte, and (Z.
U. iutafoa of Mad. The cura
mijian will wori without salary
and will adviae CGunty boardd of
the proper methods of ennatmc
tion and encourage the buildin?
of permanent roads and bridges.
According to the year-book of
vif;, ,i, Co., there were slaught
ered during 1'.) eiht million
pound of veal, says the Missouri
RuraiisL This. it. i estimated,
would be sutlicient in furnish a
city of Had.OOO people with its
total meat, supply for 3d year.
Reducing this to a one-year basis,
it would do the same tiling for a
country of i J.aOO.OOi) inhabit
ants for one year. In other
words, the y.Minz- calves slauzht
erde in i'.)t:J to satisfy the call
f.r veal would have furnished,
had they been allowed to live one
year, sufficient beef for over one
tifth of our population for a
If there are any democrats
who think they are pro i n -z to have
an easy time carrying the state
next fail,, they had just as well
-et such a notion out of their
heads. The republicans are
quietly orzanizins all over the
sta'.e. and there will be but one
republican party and one repub
lican ticket at the next election.
while the democrats, unless they
perceive .some plan by which the
party can be harmonized and fac
tion united they can't possibly
have the slightest hope of carry
ing the state, it is just a well
"take time by the- f..rerH"k"
and tliiiili of the (natter hfeiv it
is too late.
WILSOJ1 OH THU3T COJITROt-
Prpsnlenr. Wilson, navmu: se
cured the passage of the tarilT
bill and of the-currency bill, ap
; peared in person before a joint
; meeting- of the senate and. house,
and elaborated on the methods
by which he proposes- to attack
! the trust problem, which has
: vexd the three or four preceding
administrations.. Uur readers
may be interested in a brief
summary ivinz- merely the
points of attack r
First Prohibition of inter
locking directorates of prreat
corporations, whether they be
banks,, railroad, insurance, com
mercial, or public service bodies.
That is. a man must not be a di
retcor in. a number of diirerent
corporal ions through, which he
may deal with himself-
Second A, law sivimr the
rnterstate Commerce Commission
pmver to determine how much
capital railroads need for the
proper conduct of their business:
in other words, what amount of
bonds and stocks they may be al
lowed to issue. In other words,
he proposes to zive the Interstate
Commerce Commission power to
say t.) what extent they may in
ilate either taeir slock or bond
issue, the idea beiuz that, these
issues, whether of stock or bonds,
shall teil the truth; that for
every dollar of capitalization is
sued there must be a dollar in the
Third A deiinitioti of "unlaw
ful restrains of trade" by explicit
legislation supplementing the
Fourth The creat.on of a
commission to aid the court and
to act. as a clearing house of in
formation in helping business to
conform to tile laws.
Fifth Provision of penalties
md punishment of individuals
responsible for unlawful business
nractice. other words, he
would not line the corpora ioa
that doe wTron-x. but the man or
lieu in the corporation who hnve
ordered the wronz to be done; a
.jail or penitent iary sentence in--rfead
of a tine.
Sixth lie propose to prohibit
holding companies; that is. one
corporation holdinx the stock of
another- corporation; and uz--rests
that men must elect as to
which corporation they will rep
resent as director, and one only.
Seventh He propose to zive
the private individual the ripcht to
institute suit for redress of
wrong" suffered -where the gov
ernment has already tried the
case and decided ajrainst the cor
poration- La other words, if a
man ha been injured by a corporation-
and one man ha proved
the injury zrowmsr out of the ac
tions of that corporation- then
another man who ha suffered the
ane injury from it. is entitled to
redress without proinsr into a Law
suit. This, it will be seen, is an en
tire reversal of the methods of
dealing with trusts adopted by
either McKinley, Taft or Roose
velt. Let us hope it will succeed;
but before jrivinr an. opinion on
it- let us wait to see it tried out.
As Ions- as the price of beef re
mains where it is- home will re
main the dearest place on earth.
Look out for -SI') and
counterfeit bills. Be sure you
don't try to pass any of them on
Nebraska beat Kansas on the
production of the most alfalfa.
They can beat us perhaps on
broom corn, and we know she
doevj. on sunflowers, but we take
the cake on alfalfa.
Sulzer, the deposed governor
of New York, avers that Colonel
Rooevelt will return from South
Africa in time to run for gov
ernor of New York, and that he
wilt be elected. Sufer is hank
ering after revenue. but he i
Ttaiiinz the wrmii steo to meet
"EiTly Sunday has added ?300,
000 to his private coffers during
the last four years,, indicating
that farming in the vineyard of
the Lord is a prosperous busi
Both armie can now have all
the good and ammunition they
want shipped to them from the
L'niLed States, so long as they
have the money to pay for them.
,Nov they can play "hide-and-
seek." to their hearts content.
Villa is pleased, and if he doesn't
-et Huerta' scalp before many
day it will be because of hi
leaving between two days for a
refuge in foreign lands.
Butter that ha traveled 1 1.-
on miles from New Zealand will
soon be placed on sale in Chicago
and other section of the ,'nileu
.1. .i . i i . JJi "'Hi' it. ......
a;inouneeu mat. ii. na sr-meu ai
contract for .'JUO.ooo pounds of
butter shipment, thi year. Re
.(.nil ion f ii .,if
UU tl'JU il "111 l-O 2 ' in .Vlj..
pound is said to have enabled i
merchants- to profit on importa
tions. Part of th .shipment will
!e received by way of the Paciiic
coast and oilier by way of Lon
don. :n r
The old-time custom of wnr-j
ing to newspaper to expri'ssl
opinion on mailers of public in-!
I crest fell away many years ag". j
. t . .. . , i, . i
.MIL. IL '.Mil i DO wen LO re (e i.ii.r , . , ,
I worM 'JaJ' .,"mr,ir-if?ie r L nsfnr l-t-practice
generally.. The man who j .(j. rh;to-rrriaia of Cr.-ntion acl it
either a protest against public j
wrong or a iget.jii wiiere
-onielhimr can b r"medied.
f!enfimcs offer-iT a sugst nm
that has done much zood. R.it.'iei
ih.in complain that certain ideas
are not exploited, ii. would be well
for the person in whose mind an
:d"a that mizht do public ir -"d is
orn. shoubi set it down, bc-ily.
giving the facts, and submit it to
:he newspaper. ll would help,
perhap.. aad mis.lt at least start
i discussion that would deve'ope
some irulh. The Journal holds
oseif in .rea.line!' t. giv.j full
consideration t.v euiumunications
which may he sent,
there is nothing of an offer.
I ' j
character that mr-int be of a
-landerous or libellous nature.
Be plain; be frank.
To help beautify Piattsmoutli
it, is almost time f..r mdivHiuals
!o begin doing their part. It is
about the time of year when seed j
catalogues "and nurserymen
should be consulted. Shade
for tqu sidewalk parks. Adam and Eve. ami bude them mnltl
. . ,. pir and fill the tsarti, ?atia uw hi
as. for your back and tront rportun.t7 t) p,:: bis ani!lition.
vards. Individual effort will
a-hieve much in the wav of city
beaut iiication. herever a
shade tree is ueeijed. one may be
planted this sprin;
effect.. Some prefer fall plant
ing, but last fall is passed and
next fall is too far off, so begin
to consider where you will plant
tree and how many. ix weeks
from now the tree should L
put in the ground. .Voihing
make a city seem more desira
ble as a residence place than to
have trees- lining the streets.
Sanitary measure are neceary,
too. but the tree planting ap
peals to the eye, and especially
doe it appeal on a hot day in
Yes. the ice crop is safe now.
if the dealers wilL hustle in put
ting it up.
A large number of tires are
generally punctured on the road
Before trying to love your
neighbor as yourself, be sure her
husband isn't looking.
Senator Banning is receiving
considerable free advertising
since the announcement ha been
made that, he is a candidate for
governor, and the !-:iuty of it is
t.'iev are .-ilt coin o I i tie-n I a f 1 o i
that gentleman, too.
FORMl? QpSIISl Ll B0StC3
Ir Sarmart Paator Russell's Subject
Was, "Satan's Graat I a VtfHat Harm
It Did" Tna First Lie Wher It Was
Told W'ny It Was Told To Wham It
Waa Told Its Result Its Repetition.
Trie Disastrous Results to Humanity.
All Manner of Crimea Ara Its Fruit
age The Only Remedy Why?
r:i.'tur EusmmI L
h re, anii in tliii
B.fsU'U T'Jcutns cj
day ..'.'Uiui.-ti tile
Cin wC 111. I'iioto
tiuu, iv h ch moJI tv
jij;;.i,uii c thi.
tlic:r- " vj e-v 1'X-1-
hiy at, t' -V, i
aa.t 3 and L. t
i.'i.-e t!ie rij..t.-
It-. .? "f 4t
r.-. C 'i
Draaia of Crir.:uu wi ri:c i:..'u t
the puijilir -it The 'L'enipe; ia Ni.w V.ri
City on ..aaiuir;' 11. w 'licil :!. t'le t-e-iniiing
of a .Tii" of worid-w. :de fn
dnctioii. iC lias been iar.'il-i.l ia
seriil citie lo cr-oviinl Ileum's, ta alt
i of 'vliic't it contiii'ie nn.'oy :i wi.J
;1"i.!'- ;?;,' t"J.t
" L'le lii:jd i-i the
that, mav be ninety-six rvmaiviaoie n"i;'"i, Jt'.'
,(im!im-,iivjtalte. and that ir -veraJ part arv
i i:rer;ur t a s-:!L:iarv c.'tiie la tkeo.
Ia his sertrion La the f"r?n"ei fn-
'5SS4''' 'h."n!iseI tliat teurrirp t
fie r'inr :"-rr-:ma wivi-h rvt.ife r
..c.,,n- -.,-.,, f r v.-i,.it tl.ira
it rid." EI' re'.: and discourse f jl
low: "When he sre-icra a lie. be speak
eta of hi.s own: f -r lie is a liar, and
the father of it." John S: U.
yons4;ii.ical tr.iditioi: h.iudeI t cs
from the I'arli Az hav rv.izl? coa
faseii ti:e people of .;od 'n very Hibie
sn!ije..'C: far iustaace. Sataa kaj Leea
piL-taril jrr-)tt.-.'l'ii!y. a:;.! 'itseribed a.s
pn?si;lLog ia a far-off torture chamlP.
IIv? ha b.:.!H rpr'seari-i x-i ":perin
temlinx the t rtan . C the non-elect
humanity. The DiHe acctoiTit L- ?e-n
wtioi!y ini?re.L InstenI of the Bibie'a
nprHennng Satan a. a rpaiiTe be
ir.LT with hoofs, horns, and forked tail.
'x t,!!la lls t-1:,t h'- v::l nn :,n-'lJ tC 8
very hinh order heaariful Li peroa
and liis'.ilj endoweil. Insre id of resid
ing afar ol, he is tlie "rri:i-? of the
power of the air." Icstejid of tok;ng
nres. he "worketh in the heart.s of the
fhiiilren of IIoi?'i:er:ii'" seeking ta
biLnd them ami to land them with Ig
norance, superstition, faiseiioo!.
Satan's First Grat Lie.
Accnr'Iin- to tJie EiMe. Saran" pri
mary ;n was an ambition rriite. fie
Imagined he could .Iir?et the a.Talrs of
the universe, in w!iu:n He eigne set cp
a separate dominion, and try out his
schemes. When T'lvini Power created
schemes into orerarioo. T!ie holy a
I?" - ''l!'1 n')C - or r!.ei;iEg
I against Divine aarhority t criopmf
witil him -a hU .m,. hKt here was
Ian inexperienced man. who mlht be
lleetHVeii U1T.O iOue.ieiin! r., ,oi. ar.fi
thiis be won over t Satan and h.'s
schemes. Thronzh Lim te saw his
way to an earthly empire, ii w'licli hi
will would be doue as Jehovah's will Is
done in Heaven.
Thus it came that when Gxl insrmct
etl Adam and Eve hi respect to the
fraifc of the Tardea of Eden nr.d for
bade their eating of one rprtaia th.d of
fmitage. and put a penalty upon diso
bedience, then Satan, through the ser
pent, lied to tliem. lie toM them that
their Creator wished to keep them In a
measure of slavery, that tte fruit for
bidden them was the very fmit neir
essary to their hlgliest development,
t-'iat so far from doing them Injury It
would be n roon, a:.d irr. ee them as
wise as 'Tod Himself. Satan Intimated
to them That God did not wish them to
be as wise as Himself, but desired t
acid them in the slavery of lg!ioran..-e.
The thirst for knowledge and th
doubt of God's Wisdom and rve rame
before our first parents as a tempta
tion; and they yieMeiL They disobey
ed. This was s"n. An.i It brouxht
npotT them the p"n.-ilfy Gid had fore
told "Dying, thon -halt die." The dy
ing process began Immediately, but s
strong was the perfect man that even
In the imperfect surroundings of the
accursed earth outride of Eden he was
able to prolong his dylr.i? fO) years.
Sataa obsessed, or t:k control of
tiie serr-nt. nnI so guided It that it
spoke the d?ce-.tions to oir Crst par
ent. It is not even necessary to suppose
that the serpent spoke with an audi
ble voice. Quite llieit-. as oar adage,
goes, its actions spoke loud?r thaa
words. It partook especa"y of the,
fruit forbidden to our Srst parent.
The fruit did n.-t kill the- rpent. On
t!ie c..t:ir;ir'r Mother Ile p'rceivel
tl'iau iu w.is l-ir th.n auy .,r!:,.-r -if
rh. bea.f of the e-; rt ii. Br Ir
th-ia it declare..! to ter cJad, ia: G-l
- t ' '
Had misstate-i tS-r fct iia E tu2
theni tiiat th eating of that foritld
fniit woii:.I ?tfn deith T.i them.
Satan's Pt "!.'.
Wiett SaLin. teheid Adam usI E"
jutTists tvrm Edec. snd c-erretrfl
that xradiah'y tc cenai'r. "LryUg.
tbou iait d-e." wici.I ejee 3:-n tnaa
liicd. we iieaing them Ta --'l:, Ia "-T
and In. mora:; fc aSouid tea
vmrinL of the f nlj oC ii C3'irs.
But no. aa cour- of ;rt.. :a-s
entered u on. Ieais fartaer saI fsr
tner astny. Iastea l of ';r-"cderh;
tile j.j-i .C a..! grce. Saraa I
more dethiac l3DfflJ of rerearlr: of
the lie by wfciea he had injured a rar-.
he added ty It. tili seeWlnx to lower
i.T-.'d ia the eye of hum.miry.
Arrrently. Sanaa somen t s- t. i
at and .lea7.cire mankind that a Cr
pectil tarrter wj-tlil N rjlei La tiir
hearts igainst tie AhiJilty. and tiat
thus humanity might t Liaderl f-jm
ever aaia eouih:g Jnt fil?rhi? w.a
God. no matter what pr?vr;.'n Gi
nier.-y or g-ace might mle f .T thetr
return, t'oc Lx tivisand years ?Jtaa
'ju te.'n carrying on hi wi.-ke-l w r';
o slander a:;-! uim,nrfs.a!i.'a cf th
Divine character acd pur;.'.
Satan's Nt 0vc.
Ac.vilx.g t tie S-.-ftarvs. S.i'au
wis d.a;'i'vv;;:el t?it ti uiie.:r4
tTv livii.', ai:d j r- i tI t rrm
eiy tfci tuattwr. lltw t;s nTt tep
t iLf.vuLit tt- riov w.ta a frh
tm!n of life. -itah:.r - bi-r fr-nn th
jug.t. wh- tit t!-v.-r sh-'wi any
svtoptoius vJ dwith. Tb '. ;.sfcri
v( tv ;vvr t c.Mtf rUlise-to jsaiie
bayau N !v-s - w-rv riice':rl by Si
ts i to li'.'l-Hc U f ttn-it t
H-j-l le 5.IW of ttieir Hit!Ie- tk Bit 'Is
tfir vxxw n hitn ts. 4t.m
vi'i I;' vur rrxt vitvtd-. "Ye shall
not vjwtv die," iuu-t ! uptirM Iy
h'-li. ir l-v ctvhA he would n'rtv tJ
h-s wd. te tt'aie the At-
Tt t',turvu:fttt uc-fab
Mjijx vt ttw su;-U li--deil Gils I
xttviry i:il iuJut;l lti-uiWv- la
tbe plv-awri f Of ltd uuttef
we- rvad la lo uvii 0 Th nn.-'ll''
!.-o ef ilil. kjiw th djiiitilrrs f
cjeri. that tS-y were fir. l-enutlf ul.
and tik of them for Ive such
t':ey ch.tse. and started liUUian fac.l
bsaU contrary n the IiIrie r
nngement of th-tr tsir:. holly nil
:?r:g their iwt of materialization.
Satda's course jie'n:".! to prosr".
lei's tln-e Il Interfere bad not yet
conue. He wvwild al'-ow dl !"-' ietjee
and a certain amount of HN-rty that It
mizht eventually Illustrate to all cer
tain great principle atid Ieons re
sp.sting the I!viue ctarartcr. Han
and arransrements. "l-viznel fi-r the
srd cf all G.-l's creature.
The children of tfci combination cf
angelic vlta!ity graftal upou the hn
cian st' t wa a rac? of jrianta phy
icaliy and intelle-ttLi'Iy T:rcr!.?r t the
con.lenined ami dying rsce of Adam.
rVicg tg-HTea and t--ra unJT rnr
ly lustful conditions, and In Ti-jlr.t
opp,sition t the Iivlne srjll. this new
race of clar.ts retalne! nothing of the
imag or likeness of T "I- They were
brutish, sensual tyrants. Tader thni
the human family would soon haT
tn exterminated; f :r we read re
pectin g rondltlor that M 7 relv
that the earth was full of violence and
that the thoughts of mn" Kinds were
only evil cor.tinu.iliy. God" Wivlora
h.it that It would be lest to Hot out
entirely that order cf things, and t
start a new arranyecietit.. The Dei-jge
Thene-f.-rth those ar.g!i who for
centuries had livel Jn ia were re
traine.i from material Ira tlr-n and sep
arated from the holy angels. tiny rcn
fined to Tartarcs or earth' acoo
phere. ileantlme. instead of start::
a new race of men, God carried over
Noah and his famCy of pe-vn. Tte
constltated a new start f r the Adamlc
family. Are! the statement that thy
were perfertly gr.erate.1 ar.d that
they tad n angelic adulteratl--:. as
sures ns of the ii.lar'.tr of our ra:.
and that the nierr.pf Ica-rrtre tTd
for Adam Includes every one cf os;
under the Lord's afTsr.zment that
"As ail la Adam d. evt, 90- aH la
Christ shall be made alive.
Satan's C-at Ds'tat.
This was 'be. Crt def-,it th.it Sa'aa
had met wlth-the Crt rreat rr.anlfe-
MtJon of riTlne Po-rer in 07-1 tl-: a
to him. But srlll Jt only r-artl.tlly
sroppel his program. The hurtle of
himself and bis associate fallen a-ge's
were theni'ef.-.rth rstri. te-L Iimlr-L t
earth. N longer had tley r-rivilee t-
roam the universe. f urrherm. re no
fct.ger were they -e-riitd to a. ;n.e
a human form by caterti.'irateix
They still, however, had their origin-i!
rerferrion of orx.misai aaI ti--tr jsi
ernl i;?-erty. 5a ran thus L-id orr-rti-nify
for asnmlnx that GI h.t-1 done
all that He was a Me t. do la ie wit
of restraining arul opp',tcg h.na.
Ada r ting hiniseif ti the new .-editions.
Satan and Lis fallen h.nt at
tacked mankind tn a nw wit a'r-r
the T-eluge. They w.uld i.c the
min.Is of hnm-inity agnir.st Tty
would declare that Sataa'a original he
was the truth, and that Gor state
ment was the lie. Thy w?ild to
prove to mankind that the dad are
not dead that they have rcn'y
changed their ron.LLtioa feca a J.wr
to a higher rue and th.!t tny ir
more alive than ver. heTer wnti'!
ome under the laJ-jere-e of tM. tielr
tea- hing wouI li...-re;it G d' state-
Uiect WOU1.1 "lei;Te the .- wo; .1
think of a dei-l ai;in a n?ai!y advanc
ed to a high-;r station. ii.-,:u 1 .S hat
ing fallen Into death.
Hen. porsuadevl that the t?e.l jr.
alive, could ea,iTr. vui tb bj,;. wf
that error, be t betieve fi.it tl-t
dead fere su.Tricg t'rawnr an. I i1
thought ta.it G .-I wuT.! 3.,-rV.H t. arwl
remut :T-h t srtorn n.i'.l to
brui.ili'e TaiaaVii:.". an.! te..J !
etop tileur Crvut t:u:jg tff vToX at
Ciiey w.nt oe a.r-- "
irfsja r t 'rJ i el a e-
s tf s fais-so-vd.
.. l"" e-.1. ' e"
rr-rs -.n d l''- ' '
,a.".I he tjk-ixz. vri.i- -
and rC'-'X fi- -s-! .r.r7 -.-rs;e
fn-3 .-x r7 --" -
era aa.S e-.r..::-"- -.s a:; :- '
ter..I t fcri.-.x v-it 1:e s - '
har-u -j mta-L V. t- '
tier ;srt 7 f.'.
r rt u rf" i d'--.e- -
eca.iO. s-d t7 s la -'
i-fnw.. tna: rnr "
Ue." tea j- t-W -"-a I s ; -i
tbe trri These .rr-. - -
teen. rrzr.x ta tr " I ' - -iicr-
thaa ff tn-".si..-: 7-"- '
wm wordier fhvtt fhe i4
trcr i-e-.i npot a-j-r. -..? : '
winder r.'at t7 a-? Tr . '
rr-er f the -r-.v . - r '
o.t i V- Ir.-iJ-.J ' AS"-", a ..-g " t
Ma -is of A men. -r.o-.x ' '
:-r a: thi. -:-''. j " "
ie t:; at - - " -
t r- c w -h i a.-.d 1 . t - i
wi---I ...-.". -'--'" .
W.'eaa. r s es
Of r--. -;.-. t .-r" . ''""'' '"
Ot. ry. -.- d '
xiv-n la ur;- 'f m'o'i ' I
;t ii a-r'-'-; ' ' 7 .'-" '
T'3.ir. The ;r-.c d t
nT-.e-ir- -v'-. r - ' I " - -fr-n
tni a v' ' '' " '
fr-m T: T - "
,;tC I "-L.v .- --a
o-e-n'I r -it. -. 1 ' ' "
6.7wiug re. rf fhe lr.-'.
tlocs and t-d"-T-. r--f.. . !--
were irz-'.t'-l ? Z" ' t -
thus l-'r.-lrsz th-r-. Try r " m-r 'I : -.
er witi. ft:er f Uz.nz' .
?7 far a fh w-r i ia x--t'
r..r. . -. 'd 'rr.:i'- ! f '. '- -
tnr evntui Ty t- i".:'.iT r. "j- . -.d. f-t
In tb rf G d f 1 tf
te'u. II e-; la 1 1 I: rrr-."I -'
ter thra frM th- iffi - f :' At
vervary. t T ;e.-Lal ltw .:! tt "
tior 71- h.' itlrg rr:-:' .T.i-'ic '
ti..ns of th evil : .-.' H- d ! - -ty
warn.' Irad agir.t I.a'l-; " -thirg
nt.i'evor t'" d wirlj tl.- w".
bad familiar s;irli-w:: h--s, re--.
mar --rs. wizard, rf-. I':. ' r
f !.ra r..r.- 't tb- wr t r-. -la
S-.m- r tbra. however, r -! J :
lalfy and did r-A th-. -dr-n-e-I
by Kir. Sa ;i' si.t ri
Witch of r.r.d- r. whTi b- !; r! t
cm-ii';nic.ite with Sam:e. t.', I . ; s
et, b wa dcl- Of r S -w.:s
dead, and ri'I.-r M-.i r.- r t: -wlt.-b
o.erM revive tl-a. Hut th- e i
splrtfs oul l !m;-r,-n.ite Mr.r;:. ar !
that t.Vy d: I -. i U r - ! T"-.
caui tbe tr-1 r p r" j : - tl.
whlctj sh deril-l t t. .g a- 1
wLi- h h interpret-! t' I.:m"f. Tl
waa th err-r j r 'C-agitM ein ta G-
X-'.al -iatl-----; artI f -Tt ". t'-e
others ef the eri I f l IIU e.
Jvsus Cast C m t C----
Ia tbe days - f o--.r Ixri w- ; - ! ?hi.
many of tl e ba .'.- -rg
in "Spfr'.ti'n. and hxl r-t-t n-:r t:
IcfiTU' e .f the f ar g-- s t t..- i
trr.t rf i(H!..n. and n f t,"-a
th exfert of t-!rc J 1 7 1
rfrif. whS h 11 tr;:r th!r. r; sr.?
talking ftr ttra. r-ur-'y r -. t "
hunvi a i-rgTns a ttHr -var. T
would s-m t hive rn tl s"ti
tlve f materHTlisteei. If !l f:--.
acjeis cou'-l re 1 r. zr m a :t .- r 1.- r
wonid dj the ti-izg cx; t their jr-f
erence they k;M yt ct:t- cf tie
mind of sco ldivVlaal a .el th Vit
coctrcl of tis boJy.
Ia all aacb case, it w-n!-2 trv
that th rlrtlra. t-"s.trr oof
erix 7-,rif.. I fr-;at::T y
thm t i- st5. f- ,. thirg :- '.
!-g .le;nv.:y trat-r t-ia v r
lad tf. t. e.' a tr-- T-'r..l-r:'-y
of i; 1. rr -.-'-; .
l twirl HiTtr; - ii rl d,,r
of J-us id! II.s A:-f's. a rg
? ti S-r.Tr.iI a"-:r. t r -tZ
fzt Crz.- r. f. m rasj p- v.
if wVn hi! c: -r f .t-i -
tr.aa had a I ki MtT ;-r! '
) we"; th.j .-te 3 - tr'
en'ir ir.an ar t?--c r-i ' t , -.
t 7"""j 3""y ln;s I;s. TV.-T "'r
an 1. .,.. , T, - -.
V7hrn sevri! of t-- g-s'-. .- 1
e. ra r. tiv zia. l ::'- .--:"-!-
bte bv t .--4 ...r -j".
T-' .toe; tv "-r -;-
:! Ms lr-i"3 1- - z
t'--rcK. dr r---f-;: -: -.-.. .
'.. h'v . ?;-":- "T ?! t"'
TKe .rf r.-t rl.'-.b t" it :4r-r a " v
iVve Sarj-j : 11 ..-- :
"T sua 'I n.:n--r'-r N-..t ' r .j
tie I .' L Te 7?" - r-'-
the he v.?f . H---.- ; 1.
in-!.- S'!; ; t.. '''.r'-'g - '. : --.
1 rt. I'.nSHi't S-:-l 4--t j
;erje-i; . a 'J :; f-r -t;
Jd rtr i fc ti ..- :t'; f " -t
h i1. .T'li'.i.: : '1 - ." .1 ; . f i
P. i of Ke-' 1 a '
l-a ?J J. ; , w !J t"e ... .
fj'- Jtr' :
Tj 'V m . J fi'- . 1
.M'i. e I t ts W -id i f r'-- t . l - t
ta Sth bj . --T"
1 1 l'-m'ii. '' ' . :
t t j'!. S'J.l W U ' w. , . -
fy tse lord s , , - s
S-C il 1 .-, , ,
ti'-iiv "i 1; r-. ,- -f .r- ... -.
eu-vs (- -.-j f , .,; , 4 f ; i.
!S :.-i i ' v- 1 . ,( s, , , I
t5- W.M-l .,f ; r w. r- . . f .
Tr'.n aai ta- f-.-.--, ti.-e wj.f
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