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RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
SPIRITED FRENCH INFANTRY IN ACTION
(By IS. O. SHLLHUS, Director of Kventng
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scoutB for the French army.
REPORTED CUT TOPliciTBiFORiT
Theso are tho famous Uhlane of
havo been annihilated by Polglans in
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tlw Gorman army that aro roported to
tho fighting around. Llogo.
THE WEDDING FEAST.
LESSON TPOCT-Mntt. HsMI.
OOKDKN TBXT-"0 JcruBalom, sJnm
nlcin, (lint klllcth tlio prophutn, nml eton
est thrm tlmt nro ncnt unto Iter how ottnn
would 1 liavo Bixthcrcil thy children to
RCthnr, even an n hen tfatlicroth tier own
brood under wings, and y would not."
Luko 13:34 It. V.
To catch tho full significance of Mill
parablo which Is alono recorded bj
Matthew wo need to bo moro or lesi
familiar with tho Jowlsh pride of rac
and their fooling of superiority ovot
all "heathen" or outsiders, and tho his
tory of their treatment of God's rep
resentatives, tho prophets.
Following upon tho parablo referred
to In our last lesson tho Pharisees per
eclred that Jesus Bpako of them and
thoy sought to nrrcBt him (ch. 21:40).
In this lesson tho flguro of tho king
dom Is changed from a vineyard to s
Relation to Hit People.
I. The King's Invitation Rejected
vv. 17. Tho change of flguro Just re
ferred to suggests not alono an occa
sion of foetal Joy (Luko 1-1:10), but
nlso Christ's relation to his people,
which Is that of a husband to his wife
(ho Tjelng tho son referred to, bco 1
TJor. 11:12; Eph. 5:24-32; John 3:29).
Theso Jewish leaders and their nation
wcro first to bo Invited to tho mar
rlago. This had been dono by the
prophets of old and Inter by John the
Uapttzcr. Under this figure of a mar
rlago our Lord speaks of threo differ
ent Invitations. Tho first ono was re
ceived with lndlffercnco, but indiffer
ence never removes responsibility
Tho socoud invitation was received
with hostility. Nothing moro full
roveals tho foolishness and hardnesi
of tho human heart than tho way Id
which men treat tho gracious lnvlta
lions of God's love.
Wonderful indeed Is tho forbearanc
of God. Tho Bin of rejecting tho cross,
God's offer of graco, is Immeasurably
grentor than that. Incurred by those
Jews who rejected tho "Man of Gall
Question of Worthiness.
II. The King's Invitation Accepted
vv. 8-10. Thoso Invited had Judged
thomoclvcs "not worthy." Now go to
the parting of the ways where people
congrcgato and "gather them In." Our
worthiness is in that we accept, and If.
wo roject wo aro "not worthy." This
command to go outsldo was a prophecy)
of the time when tho Gentiles should,
llkewlso bo "partakers of graco."
Thoso who finally accepted thej
king's invitation woro both good and,
bad (v. 10), but tho act of acceptance,
was not an assurance of position asj
we can see from the last port of tho,
parable. It Is sad to think of the manyj
servants of tho king who have negi
lected his command thus to go forth,
and recruit tho banquot feast. Final-)
ly (v. 10) wo read that "tho wedding
was filled." Heaven will not bo anj
empty placet Itov. 7:9-14,
III. The Unprepared Guest, vv. 11-14,
Every guest was scrutinized by tho,
king. It was a strange sight to sea
ono who had neglected to avail blm
self of tho garment freely provided In
which to appear on such an occasion.
This robo Is symbolical of tho robo of
righteousness with which God will
clotho all who accept his Invitation,
Isa. 01:10; Rov. 19:7, 8; Eph. 4:24;
Horn, 13:14. For this man to present
himself clothed In his own garment
wns to Insult tho king, so our own
righteousness la as "filthy rags" in his
sight, Isa. 64:0; Phil. 3:9 It. V. When
questioned about this act of lnsolenco
tho guest was "speechless." So llke
wlso will all unbellovora stand one
day before tho great king.
The Teaching of this parablo em
phasizes our privileges In tho king,
dom of God. A full realization of that
kingdom means Joy, gladness and per
foct satisfaction. On a provlous occa
slon Jesus gave up tho parablo of the
Great Supper which so much resem
bles this. Doth of theso parables have
to do with tho attitude of mon to the
Gospel invitation. Thero Is the further
emphasis upon tho nature of tho an"
ewer of men to this Invitation. The
first is that of mod who aro blind to
tho glory and beauty of that which Is
offered to them, though their refusal
was not final. Men, etlll blind, treat
this Invitation contemptuously and
turn to their own Interests, Booking
satisfaction, while others shamefully
treat tho king's messengers. This
treatment la followed by swift Judg
ment Onco more tho Invitation and
and a mixed company aro gathered,
some with worthy and some with un
The Master's final words (v. 14) em
phastzo ecrvico and responsibility.
Tho call was an open, general univer
sal" ono. Thoso chosen were not only
thoao who camo but thoso who accept
ed tho conditions laid down, Tho in
different, or bostllo, and those who ac
cepted unworthily wero rejected.
Tho Goldon Text roveals tho heart
of tho Lord. Ho doala In sure Judg
ment; still his purposo and doslro is
to protoct and to gather tho children
eafo from all harm. Tho doom of tho
city was pronouncod upon It as tho
rosult of Its refusal to accopt this his
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UNION MIGHT BE POSTPONED
Matterof-Fact Serelda's Two Good
Reasons for Hesitating About
8ettlng the Day.
Tho Blanks' maid of all work was a
practical young woman of about
twenty-seven years. Ono day when
her mistress wns making somo plans
for the future tho matter-of-fact
"1 don't know, ma'am. It might be
that I won't bo with you much longer,
an' then mebbe 1 will. I ain't sure
Knowing that a young man had
called a good many times to see So
rclda, her mistress Bald:
"Are you thinking of getting mar
Without tho least show of embar
rassment or enthusiasm Serelda said:
"Well, yes, to tell the truth, I am.
Then again I don't know If I will. I'vo
got a good place hero with good pay,
and he's such a fool mebbo I'll stay
on with you!"
ERUPTION OVER CHILD'S BODY
Route No. 8, Box 67, Little Falls,
Minn. "Our little boy was taken sick
with a fever and after the fever he
broko out with a soro eruption all over
his body. We could got nothing to
bolp him. Tho sores wore large and
rod and bleeding." Thoy started with
blisters as if he were burned and
when they broke they would bleed
and they itched so that he could not
sleop for somo time, we bad him all
tied up with bandages and then we
bad to soak them off every day.
"We bought a cake of Cutlcura Soap
and a box of Cutlcura Ointment
which soon gavo blm relief. Now be
is sb well aa can be for in three weeks
ho was all healed by the Cutlcura
Soap and Ointment." (Signed) Georgo
Wolters, Jan. 29, 1914.
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout tho world. Samplo of each
free.wlth 32-p. Skin Dook. Address post
card "Cutlcura, Dept L, Boston." Adv.
"Is there anything special in the
case?" askod the roportor of tho bank
president whoso cashier bad stolen
"Yes," mused the president, "you
may say that we did not trust blm
Might Be New Drink.
"Say, Bill, what's a ralxod meta
phor?" "Dat's a now one on me. Let's go
ovor an ask de bartendor."
Men without enemies have but few
"Reeater Smokeless Shells.
If you want good low-priced Smokeless powder "load,'
Winchester Factory Loaded "Repeater" Shells will
surely suit you. They are loaded with the standard
brands of powder and shot, good wadding and with that
same care and precision which have made the Win
chester "Leader" the most popular and satisfactory
high-grade shell upon the market. Some shooters insist
that Winchester "Repeaters" are better than other
makers' highest grade shells. A trial will tell the tals
Don't forget the name : Winchester " Repeater,"
THE YELLOW SHELL WITH THE CORRUGATED HEAD.
"Metchnlkoff, tho Metchnlkeff of
sour milk fame, Is soon to celebrate In
Paris," said a Paris correspondent on
furlough In New York, "his seventieth
"Since his sixtloth birthday, when he
began his sour-milk regime, Metchnl
koff has not aged. On the contrary, bt
has become rejuvenated.
"To tho committee that has la
chargo tho splendid honors of his
birthday celebration Metchnlkoff gave
some advlco on the benefits of frugal
eating tho benefits of taking no alco
hol, very littlo meat and an abundance
of well cooked green vegetables. And
ho ended his lecture with this crystal
"'Good eating makes more dcsbW
mists than bad luck.' "
Making It Complete.
Mr. Fred Kerr, tho actor, was play
ing at Ranelagh, and at the Lake
hole drove eight successive balls
straight Into the water. He bad o
more left in his bag, and there was
nothing more to bo done except
ono thing. Seizing his bag ot stabs,
be walked dramatically to the lako's
edgo. Then In a broken voice he
"Old pond, have these as well," and
turning, with a slgb, walked bono.
Throw away the
washboard. Use 'RUB-NO-MORE
THASOAP. Save your
back save your tem
persave your clothes
make washday play
day. "Carbo" kills
cleans. Watch results.
SOAP la harmless to
the finest tahrio
nd makes .your
wash sweet' and
sanitary. It does
Carbo Naptaa Seas
Five Cents All Grocers
The Rub-No-More Co., Ft.Wayne, bid.
WANTKD-AftnU la .Terr oonntrtos.lt Mootaaa
farm land forth. largMt Una owner Id tbattau.
Liberal comminlons, eielnlro terrltnrr. Addreas
Imtuvdlaulr, Moutana Handles Co., Helena, Moat
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