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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1913)
l(By E. O. SEM,Elig, nirector of Erern
In Dopiirtmrnt, The Moody Ulble In
stitute of CJilonKO.)
LESSON FOR MAY 18
JOSEPH MEETS HI8 BRETHREN.
I.KSSON TKXT-Oen. 42:3-17.
aoiDHN TnXT-"Vlmtsoover a man
owetli, that ahull ho also reap." Oal.
Josoph wns thirty years of ngo when
he readied his position of supremo hu
thorlty, but wo oiiRlit not to allow our
Belvcs to forgot thoso thirteen yeara
or humllintlon, during which ho whs
betrayed, sold Into slavery nnd neg
lected by thoso whom ho befriended.
Yet thoso were dayB of fidelity in his
service, of victory over fierce tempta
tion, of enduring unjust imprisonment
a long period of patlont waiting but
a valuablo period in that now at thirty
years of ago ho comosto this position
of power fully equipped with that
knowlcdgo of men, control of himself
and faith in God as to bo properly fit
ted for the burden of responsibility
thrust upon him.
Did Not Forget.
It The Brothers Need, vv. 3-6. Tho
famine was not confined to Egypt, but
reached over to Canaan, whero Jacob
and his sons lived. Tho desperate
ness of tho famine Is Indicated by Ja
cob's command to buy, "that wo may
llvo, and not die." But Jacob is too
old to travel, henco tho brothers un
dertako tho Journey. Twenty-two
years have passed sinco that experi
ence when Joseph's brethren cast him
into tho pit. They have been yeara
filled with wonderful experiences for
Joseph. Now their nttltudo is changed;
Instead of being his tormentors they
aro suppliants nt his feet. During
these Boven yearB of garnering Joseph
had set up his own family nnd two
sons were born, tho names of whom
Tho possession of a child of his own
would naturally quicken Ills inquiries
aa to his father's household, for ho
assumed that In tho order of events
his father must be dead.
II. A Brother' Memory, vv. M7. Jcv
fieph nt onco recognized his brothers,
but treated them brusquely, demand
ing from whenco they came and the
purposo that brought them hither
(v. 7). Agnln (vv. 8, 9) the text re
minds ub that Joseph remembered.
Only God can forgive and forget. Bui
Joseph is an inspiration to ub that
though we may not bo able to forget
wo can forgive. Tho question might,
bo raised, "Why then did Joseph dis
simulate?" The answer Is threefold:
(1) Joseph desired to ascertain tho
characters of his brothers. Did they
remember? Yes, for they replied that
they were "twelvo brethren." Ten
wero before him, ono at home and
"one is not." That their characters
were not entirely chanced is ovl-
denced by their words, "We aro true
men" (v. 11), which of course wns not
the truth. (2) Joseph desired to know
of his father and of their homo life.
Tho accusation that tho brothers aro
spieB called forth tho statement that
tho father, Jacob, is still alive. Tho
third reason for this treatment devel
oped out of these first two, viz., Jo
soph desired to reach his father and
Benjamin, whom ho had never seen.
Wo do not commend Joseph's method
as being of the highest ethical value,
for his standard was not the standard
of the man who knows Christ. Joseph
is a typo; there is only one perfect
man, Jesus Christ, and Joseph points
toward that promised Saviour.
Joseph knew his brothers told tho
itruth about their not being spies, but
he also know that they lied when they
'asserted themselves to bo true men
.and that one brother "Ib not," Hero
is tho lesson of mistaken estimates of
one's self and that a man's true vnlua
is known and appreciated. Little did
they realize, however, that their false
hood was being read as it wob uttered
and that the man beforo whom they
were standing was thlB same brothor.
Joseph affected not to believe any of
their story and demanded proof (vv.
15, 16) of their assertions. After three
days in jail he appeared to rolent and
ordered that only one of their number
should remain as hostage. Tho result
of all is shown in v. 21. After Invol
untarily leaving Simeon shut up in tho
Egyptian prison their minds traveled
back to that time twenty years before
and they remembered Joseph's an
guish and distress when they would
not hear, "thereforo is this distress
come upon us." Their guilty con
sciences are aroused.
Jacob's cry, "All things are against
me," v. 36. was a mistake. Jnnnnh
was alive and exalted that ho might
save the life of Jacob and his chil
dren. Simeon was allvo and drawing
his brothers back to Egypt. Benjamin
would como back safely.
Emphasize tho fact that we cannot
forget our wrong acts and that Joseph
was not troubled by any such mem
ories. Also emphasize tho return of
good for evil, Bom. 12:20, 21. Joseph's
brethren wero sowing the fruit of tho
seeds of envy and mallco they had
Bown twenty years previously. So also
was Jacob reaping the seeds of his
deceit, for In spite of his great ma
terial prosperity ko has great anguish
of heart. Wo try to sow and not to
reap, Seo that tho seod thoughts in
tho heart aro right. Tho grace of
(God forgives Bin, but it remains a
terrible fact in cur lives.
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SUITABLE AND PRETTY GIFTS
Few Things for Prospective Bride Are
In Better Taste Than the
Easily Made 8achets.
Are any of your friends "engaged?
If so, why not make them some pretty
sachetB for an engagement gift? They
aro always appreciated and can easily
be made. Purchase a quantity of
satin ribbon two Inches in width. Tho
shops offer many bargains in ribbons
at this season. Cut tho sachets In
squares, pad them with cotton nnd
sprinklo with sachet Dowdcr. Then
whlpBtltch tho edgeB together.
Stack a dozen of these together
and tie with baby ribbon. On top
place a flat bow ornamented with tiny
rosebuds made from ribbon. An
eighth of a yard of half-Inch ribbon
1b required for each roso and they are
formed by swirling the ribbon round
and round a center. Foliage may be
made from green silk to accompany
these roses if desired.
This Is a charming gift for tho
graduate. So proparo for June, which
is not far distant.
An afternoon gown of printed silk
over lace and embroidery, set off with
a belt and sash of black satin ribbon.
Crude Colors for Blondes.
Crude, brilliant colors aro seen on
the hats as on tho dresses, and ono
should bo very young and of a blonde
comploxtlon to stand tho combina
tion of certain clashing colors. The
trimmings aro still very high.
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FATIGUE A FOE TO BEAUTY
Woman Who Would Retain Charrr
Should Avoid Allowing Herself
to Be Victim of Overwork.
Ovor-fntlguo is a foo to beauty
Even if there wero no lasting effects
from it, which thero nre. a wwii-lnd
look in a woman's faco adds nothing
to her charm, ltnther, it Is as tho ap
pearanco of a faded flower compared
with that of a fresh one. Tho muscles
and muscular tissues become grad
ually weak and show themselves with
particular perversity in ugly rings and
bags about tho eyes, in a lengthening
of the lines between the nose and
tho mouth, and a general sagging.
Fatigue, too, has a direct efTect upon
tho stomach muscles, causing thorn to
sag also, and become unable to work
properly, and this, in turn, reflects
upon the complexion, rendering it Bel
low nnd eventually blotched. So, I
say, avoid fatlguo.
Rest whenever you can. Whatever
tho routino of your day may bo, it Ib
possible for you to snatch a moment,
or, at least, a second or two, here and
there, of complete relaxation. Tako
a long breath and relax, then go on
at tension if necessary, but it is rare
ly, very rarely, necessary, and there
Is a point to bo made much of. Re
Bathe the tired tnro in xntii wou.
It stimulates circulation, and brings
relief, nt least to one's feelings, even
If its effect does not go very fnr be
neath tho Burfaco. Hot water follow
ed by a cold dash is also refreshing
ani especially Is to bo recommended
to the woman of n'ervbuB tempera
ment. A few drops of camphor in ice
water makes nn excellent lotion for
tho rojuvenatlon of the tired faco
muBcles, but it should bo followed by
tho application of a good face cream.
Remove the cream with a dry, soft
cloth and behold, you feel like a now
Of Black Charmeuse.
Tho feature of tho skirt lifted by
means of a few plaits Is as universal
now as the train. On a lovely afternoon
dress of black charmeuso tho skirt was
thus lifted beneath threo very large Jot
buttons, nnd the fullness wns lnnno.i
ground towards tho back in gracoful
loiiis. ino corsago or this gown had a
very elegant sailor collar of fine laco
and revers of tho so mo in front, mak
ing a chnrming little heart-shaped
opening, which Just rovealed tho col
lar and gulmpo of fine net. A flat
waistband of tho same silk with long
fringed ends covered tho union of
skirt and corsage. Tho sleeves were
long, and set well below the turn of
tho shoulder with a piped seam.
A novel trimming iu llttlo padded
flowers, which aro cut out of velvet
brocho ribbon with a sharp pair of
scissors, and aro appllqued to tho
straw of tho hat, a small mound of
cotton beneath bringing tho flowor
Into relief. In tho caao of a hat of
black i)edal straw, tho round crown
WAR rnvnrnrl nil .. ...Ilk .1
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and padded rosebuds inelvctbroche.
What is Castoria.
ASTORIA is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and
Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays
Feverishness. For more than thirty years it has boon in constant use for tho relief
of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Dianta. It
regulates tho Stomach and Bowoto, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and
natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought, and which has been in uso for over
30 years, has borno tho signature of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under
his personal supervision sinco its infancy. Allow no ono to deceive you in thia
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that triilo with
and endanger tho health of Infants and Childron Experience against Experiment.
Jll.f'fllffil i ni.il ..'..I'.'.F
A cficlaWc Preparaiton PorAs
ncssandltesLContalninclUur OpiiQu.Morp!iinc nor Mineral
Anprfcrt Itompilv fnrfYimflB
linn. Snur SfoTturli.lllirrhou
ncss andLoss of Sleep.
hcSlmile Signature of
Tub Centaur Compasx;
, Guaranteed under mk k
. li.u.. i tkmm i ifci tarn iMJIi
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
PUT END TO SLEEP WALKING
8ure Cure Offered Without Fee
Juit Sprinkle a Few Tacks on the
Floor Before Retiring.
Somehow the conversation drifted
round to tho subject of dreams, from
dreams to nightmares, from night
mares to somnambulism.
"A rotten habit, walking In one's
sleop!" remarked Mr. Brown, tho vll
lago humorist "Do any of your fol
lows suffer from It?"
Young Smlthson, who had always
had a horrid but unfounded fear that
ae was delicate, roso to tho occasion
"Yes, I do," ho remarked, "and havo
dono so for yenrs. D'you know any
"Do I know any romedy? I should
Jolly well think I do!" replied tho hu
morist. "Why, I'll give you tho pro
scription now, and you can tako it
round to an Ironmonger."
Young Smlthson thought that his
cars must be playing tricks with him.
"Yes, an Ironmonger," said Drown.
Then ho wroto out tho following
prescription: "Ono box of tlntacks.
Dose: Two tablespoonfuls to bo scat
tered about tho room at bedtime."
"I sco you havo a new cook," said
Mrs. Keen, as alio smiled nt tho host
ess across tho table.
"Ycb," replied tho hostess. "How
did you know?"
"I'vo been studying tho thumb
prints on tho plates," replied Mrs.
There is nothing moro pitiful than
a life Rpcnt In thinking nothing but
Work might bo more to our liking
if wo didn't hnve to do It.
What Ails You?
An tnrlUthm Is extended by Doctor Pltroa 8j
to oven .pick and ailing man or woman to
eontult the Faraltjr ofthe InTelliV Hotel M
BtiiurTab.N.Y.. lie letter. Write your S
frmptome fully and, frankly, and eery
lotter will h rftmrult mMlLMj ..It SS
aniweredand Its ttatemente held ae
ulcUy private) and aacredly confldeatlal.
Golden Medical Discovery
make! for rich. Dure blond and thu. In.
Tigontea the riUm. Por a torpid llrer
and lta attendant Indigratlon. dytpepaia, S3
fir m inmi ,! hm
headache. Derhane diizfnM..
e aiuineae. roul breath, S
gue with bitter taale, 55
ilthdlttrei after enf S3
and debility, nothing la S3
fieeiy coeieo uni
oca of appetite wl
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ilKiiiou.ifrm from the lly. curreiiatciur In l"ir ndHhieiand(liolrraln
oiiltrr. LarxetelllnKllvetotk rtmnlj. t nrr. I (Irii'i ainunu human telutt,
LmlUaflneKlilueyrruiHly. 6oo ami SI Uitclei 15 auil llo a ileren. luttlilaouk
teepi:. hhnwtoyoiirilniirgUt.wlKiolllvetllluryou. tree lluuklvt, "Ulatemper
ulee and Cure. ' Bixtclal AKont.ante.l. .
r ft v tTi r a
SPQHN UFninil CO..
Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. II. Fletcher.
Dr. Albert W. Knhl, of Buffalo, N. Y., snya: "I liavo used Castoria in
my prnctico for tho past 26 years. I regard it us un excellent medicine
Dr. Gustavo A. ElBengraober, of St. Taiil, Minn., nays: "I ls.ivo used
your Castoria repeatedly In my prnctico with good results, nnd enn recom
mend It na an excellent, mild nnd harmless remedy for children."
Dr. E. J. Dennis, of St. Louis, Mo., pays: "I havo used nnd prescribed
your Castoria In my sanltnrlum and outstdo prnctico for a nuubor of yeara
and find it to bo an excellent remedy for children."
Dr. S. A. Buchannn, of riillndolphla, Ii., says: "1 havo used your Cas
toria in tho enso of my own baby nnd find it pleasant to tako, and hava
obtained excellent rcdults from its use."
Dr. J. D. Simpson, of Chicago, 111., nays: "I havo used your Castoria in,
cases of col to in children and havo found it tho best modlclno of its kind
on tho market."
Dr. R. 13. Esklldnon, of Omaha, Neb., cnyn: "I find your Castoria to bo a
standard family remedy. It Is tho best thing for infanta and children I
havo over known and I recommend it."
Dr. L, R. Robinson, of Kansas City, Mo., eayn: "Your Castoria certainly
has merit. Is not Us ngo, lta continued uso by mothora through all theso
years, nnd tho many attempts to imitate It, sufficient recommendation?
What can a physician add? Leavo it to tho mothers."
Dr. Edwin P. Pardee, of Now York City, says: "For several yearn I havo
recommended your Castoria nnd shall always contlnuo to do eo, as it haa
invariably produced bcnoflclnl rcsulta."
Dr. N. B. Slzor, of Brooklyn, N. Y., cays: "I object to what aro called
patent medicines, whero mnker alono knows what ingredients aro put la
them, but I know tho formula of your Castoria and adviso its uso."
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
9 Eonri ttm fsiotintniA t
The Kind You Have Always Bought
.In Use For Over 30 Years.
Not on the Map.
Joau was a most conscientious pupil,
eight yearB old. During ono of the
school study porlodH tho teacher no
ticed her searching a largo atlas In
tently with a most puzzled expression.
After a fow minutes she asked the
child what sho wns looking for.
"Oh," said tho anxious student,
"Miss Knno snld wo wero to find all
tho places spoken of In tho history
lesson on tho map, and it says that
'Columbus was at tho Point of Starva
tion,' and I can't find It anywheres!"
"Wo nro having u hard time with
"A hard time? That's odd. It's
from soft coal."
Tho man who is called upon to
carvo tho turkey never gets his prop
er shnro of sympathy.
Quite 80. .
"Do you bollove In tho offlce seeking
"That depends altogether on tho
amount of his shortngo."
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
R1CH IN CUR ATI VK QUALITIES
rO BAOKAOHK, RHEUMATISM.
MONEYS AND BLADDER
USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE,
Tho antlioptlc powder to be ilukim Into tho hoea.
If Jim want rot and comfort fur tired, aching,
wollen.iwiallnf feet, mo Allan' Koot-Kate, lire
Herri coma and bnnlom of all pain and prcrunu
blUtera.aoro and callous aputi, Juit tho thing for
Dancing rartloa, I'atcnt Leather Hboes, and for
llrenklnit In Now Shoes. It li tho groatrat comfort
dltcoTorr of the ago. Try It today. Sold everywhere.
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riLts. aiTiira no. PNuaoisTaorMiLl. roST 4 cis
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eUiT.aovT.aiaur eyriuo to au. oinuini raCMTa,
DAISY FLY KJLLER ffiStf srSS: tt
mil, neat, clean or
clirap. taste all
season. Hade ol
metal, ran'Uplllnr tip
nieri will not eoa or
All dsalars "repent
eiprria ld fnr II 00.
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