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Ijstinq efficacious agreeable
lion Mi Cure the 41 rip,
Remain i netly at home ., d take
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lirected and a quick recovery in sure
ii full' w, mi' leiuedv eom te act
II V let ill' icv of Hie grip ION s;,lt Mi
oi on in i. bich is renllv the oult
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T ot one.e i han ever heti ri p r ei1
Utal did i oov P ir h do Ht the
.!i nil, bursr Dine Sore.
Buchanan, Mich., May 22.
(T "ii"-"-ici Pure Food Co. r,,.' R
N. Y. i
tKNTLKMEN:-Mv inn . m i ,s '
lieeti ,i greai ooifee drinkur and has;
fouud it v. 'iv ii, in rinu.s. rlavugi
n s ,. ,, HBverai panKairHH ol vonr
0, the drink that takea tin
place of coffee, she found t much
better for herself and fur ua children
lodrink. She 1ms given p coffee
drinking entirely, V up a pattk
age ever.v weok, I am tan vetr old
Reapeet fully voura,
i.n Srlppe Qalekly rnred,
"In the winter of 18)8 and 1 899 I
waa taken down with anypre attach
of whai i culled Lit Grippe" nay F.
L. Hewitt, a prominent druggist of
Winfield, 111. "The. only medicine I
uaedwaatwo bottles of Chamber
lam's Cough Ratnedy. It broke up
the cold and stopped the oougbiug
like magio, and 1 have nev t aioce
been troubled with Gripps " Chaiu-
lieihun s Cough Remedy can alwavs
be depended upon tc break up a se
vere cold ami ward off any i hi ealen
ecj attack of nneuiuonia. It, is nl I'll s
ant to take, too, which makes it the
uioBi aesiralile and one of the most
popular prenarationa in use for theae
nlinenta. For sale ;at Middleburg
Di ug Store.
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PlMl in sad besothas the b
PlDDuass a hunrlaDt assssa.
Jaalr toS mtMCer?
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THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.
Ltnoi In the Iatrraatloaal Serin
for March :i, INI-Jcaaa
irrepnred by H. C. Lenlngton.)
THE LESSON TEXT.
U Jesu had spoktn theie words
Hr went forth with His disciples over th.
brook Ci'dron, where was a icarden, Init
the which He entered, and His disciples.
2 And Judoa alt, which betrayed Him
knew the place: for Jeeus ofttlnws reaorUi
thllher wfth His disciples.
3. Judas then. havin received a band o:
men and offlcera from the chief priests am
PhsriseH, cometh thither with lantemi
ami torches and weapons.
4. Ji.-uk iherefore, knowing all thlnit:
that iihould come upon Him, went forth
and said unto them: Whom seek ye?
5. They answered Him: Jesus of Naia
Kth. J. ' it said unto tin in. I am He
And Judas also, which betrayed Him
rtood with th.m.
8. As soon as He had said ur.to thorn
I am lie, they went baekward, and tell l(
7. Then asked He tl:,m agraln: Whom
seek yet And they said: Jeus of Naza
b. Jesus answered: I have told youthnt )
am He; If. therefore, e seek me, let tiles,
go tlielr way:
i. That the sayiiiK mlKht be fulfilled
Which He spake: Of ihmi which thot
gaveat me have 1 lest none.
10. Tin 11 Simon Peter, having a (Word,
drew It, ar.il smote the hiish priest's serv
ant, ami cul off till right ear. The servant1!
name was Makhus.
11. Thi n said Jesus unto Peter: Put U
thy sword into the sheath: theiupwhlil
my Father hath given me, shall 1 not
12. Then the band and the captain and
oltlcers ol the Jews took Jesus, and bounJ
lo. And led Him away to Annas first; foi
he was father-in-law to I'alaphas. which
was the hlith priest thai same year.
II Now t'aiaphas was he. which gaVI
counsel lo the Jews, that It was BXpedlenl
that one man should die for the people,
GOLDEN TEXT. The Son of innii L
ketrayed Into the bauds of sinners.
NOTE8 AND COMMENTS,
The present lesson is a study of tin
story of the betrayal unl arrest ol
Jesus, This is contained in ull foul
of the Gospels), as follows:
John IV ; -1 4.
I. tike 22:47-54.
from these four accounts pet tin
fol! lug incidents:
Jiifi.is Nads band of men to the garden.
J'-sus betrayed with a kiss.
Officers ln-1tate to make arrest.
Peter cms off servant's ear.
Ji sUl hound and led away.
Ji sus forsaken by His disciples,
Peter follows "aiar off."
Judas I. rails Band of .Men Into the
Harden. It is a striking contrast thai
is presented in the first three versei
of the lesson, Jesus comes into tin
garden of Gethsemane after having
spoken the words of comfort and of
fering that notable prayer, all ol
which is recorded in the immediate
ly preceding chapters of John. .In
das "cometh thither with lanternt
and torches mill Weapons," Jesus had
just said: "My peace I leave with
you." Judas came into the aacred
presence with the implements ol
may not e, In pus ttfcg
John has entirely omitted any ac
count of the a(;ony of Christ in the
garden. He was the disciple nearest I
to Jesus, and was with him at that
trying hour. Perhaps the Incident wag
too sacred n one in his memory for
him to venture its narration, ami the
end was fulfilled by allowing Matthew.
Mark and Luke each lo tell il.
Jesus Betrayed with a Kiss.- This
is another of those striking contrasts
that makes this story stand out above
all others. It is the profanation of
v Nearest token of friendship and
iTm fn the basest net of treachery in
nil the history of the world: it is the
contrast of Christ the God-man ex
emplifying Divine love and Judas tin
traitor exemplifying and making
lonthsome Ihe vice of human hatred,
Peter Cols Off Servant's Ear. Tin
scene presented is thai of Jesus and
His disciples on one side, Judas, the
officers nnd representatives of the
priests on the other. It was a mo
ment onl a cool man could face.
Jcsns Himself was in perfect control
of the situation, Iut the impetuous
Peter thought the first blow wouid
decide the contest. In a moment he
had whipped out his sword, nnd. tnk
in": ns Ii i s opponent the man nearest
him, he struck al the servant of thr
high priest. Jesus knew this was rt
contest that could not he decided with
the sword. Twelve legions of angels
were His nt n word, but the only way
to win this event was to face the
whole matter through, to drink the
cup even to its hitter (free. The
Christ way is beautifully tTInstrated
iv the fact that Jeaus fnecordfng rn
T.ukel touched the sprvarf's ear nnd
.1 1 s n s Hound nnd Led Away.- Jesus'
Divine power was fully evident. Tint
the fears nf the hand of men were a
curious blending of awe nnd fear of
some unrealized physical force, which
the Master might have eren if He had
not exhibited it before. Po they
bound Him. the one who had been
daily with them in the temple, openly
on the rond.s in and out of Jerusalem,
and who had just deelared Himself
as the one they sought.
Jesus Forsaken. The story is com
plete with the two touches, the first
furnished by John, the other hv Mark.
On the nrrest. of Jesus the disciples
fled precipitately and forsook Jesus.
T'eler, too. fled, but, ns Mark tells us,
followed "afar off."
Blasts from the Hani's Horn.
Too much service steals our time
for serious thought.
No weapon will slay the enemy like
The ndder on a jeweled tray is as
dangerous as its fellow in the dirt.
There is much rlifTerenee between
being washed white and being white
washed. The roots of a stroBg tree do not
make much rustle but they do the
hanging on in time of storm. i
There is a good deal of difference
between seeking to have the truth on
your aide and aeeking to be on the
aide of truth.
It Is easy to tali when your nerve-force
and vital power are slipping away from
you. When your day's work leaves you
weary and exhausted; when you are so
nervous, irritable and sleepless that your
nights are passed in restless tossing; when
yon get up in the morning with no appe
tite for breakfast, and go around all day
with a headache; you may be sure your
nervous strength is being used up faster
than it is being renewed.
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