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THE T LrT
AN ELOQUENT SUNDAY SERMON E
THE REV. C. E; JEFFERSON.
Subject: Wanted: A New Vision of God
New York City. - In the fano
Broadway Tabernacle the pastor. 1
Rtev. Charles Edward J)efferson. I. 1
on Sunday preach(d the followiig se
mon entitled, "NVanted: A New Visic
The great word on the lips of ti
coming preacher will be "God." TI
name which is above every name hi:
been too much neglected in these r
cent y even by the men anoint
to proclaim veit.
There have been reasons for this ne4
lect. The evolutionary philosoplJ
awakened a new aind thrilling intere
in man. Whence be came, how 1
started. what have been the process
of his c-imbing. these are the questioI
which have bewitched and absorbed 1
all. The phenomenal achievements <
the last hilf century have worked t,
ward the same result. Never has ma
been so wonderful as now. never h,
he done such mighty deeds. le is
miracle worker who says each evenin
-I will do greater things to-morrow.
His prowess. cunning and uastery ai
astounding. and to chant his praist
has been our pastime and delight.
The miseries of man have also coi
spired to fix our attention on him. B
has cone from tue country to the cit
and he is in trouble. He has becon:
the victim of all sorts of economic an
social forces. which have left hii
lying bleeding and half dead by tiL
side of the road along which t1i
strong have driven furiously to wealt
and power. To lift the man who :
down and place limn on our beast an
get him into the nearest inn is a prol
lem of vast dimensions, and has take
a deal of our thought and time.
We have been caught in the con
plex of secondary causes. an(d have li
tle incl:nation to consider the Caus
which underlies them all. To man
minds God's presence has become din
His personality vague and doubtfu
His holiness has beten by many quit
forgottcn. In adminring or pitying tb
creature we have gotten our eyes o
the Creator. Our first duty is the ste
of the prodigal. "I will arise and g
back to my father."
The prophet.of the coming da.s j
going to say iii the words of one c
old. "I have yet somew-hat to say o
God's behalf." Man's cause has b~e
pleaded eloquently and long, and tb
time has arrived for the fortlputtin
of the claims of Go'. 3eginning
the earth always ends in Babel. b
ginning at the throne of God 'eads t
We are coming back to the old evaT
gelism of the apostles. Wherever Pat
went his message was. 'We pray yo
in Christs stead, be ye reconciled t
God." Simon Peter ir.et the imnron
in the streets of Jerusalem on the Da:
of Pentecost with a !-reat dec aratio
of God--I will pour out of My spiri
upon all flesh": and from first to las
it was upon what God had done 1
Christ that he based his passionate es
hortation to repentauce.
All deep-eyed men are seeing wit
Increasing clearness that it is not b;
ecclesit:t:ical might or polItical powei
but by lie rpirit of Jehovah that th
mountains of iniquity are to be levele<
and the rough places made smnootl:
The evangelism of the coming day
will begin wi.li God.
Three doctrines will be counted cai
dinal. In the forefront will be place<
the sovereignity of God. If the Pur.
tan passion has died out of our bloo<
it is '>ecause the Puritan conceptio.
of God has faded out of otr hearts
What we need to see to-day is a thron
with God on it. Democracy has mad
havoc with our ideas of authority
and the result is a flabbiness of respor
sibility and a laxness of conduct,whic;
unless counteracted, will lead to ou
ruin. The pessimism and hopeless
ness so prevalent to-day, even amon.
professiiig ~Christains nre the direc
result of a failure to grasp the fundt
mental doctrine of God's omnipotenc(
Along with the doctrine of God'
sovereignity will .go the doctrine o
His immanence. It is an old "doctrin
couched in fresh phraseology and wit:
new light shot through it by moder
science. The doctrine is written larg
across the pages of Scripture, and i:
every land and time the saints hay
known tlat God dwells int the heart
of men. In Him we live and mov
and ha-ve our heing, as the apostl
long ago declared. And centuries be
fore Paul-s day a Hebrew poet thrille
by the thought of God's omniputenc
wrote the 110th Psalm.
That God is above all and throng
all, and in a~ll, and that of Him an
through Him and to Him are a
things is one of the commonplaces o
the Bible: and whether we use the oh,
phrase. "the indwelling God." or th
phrase now most popular, "the imme
nent Gcd."' the thought needs to b
emphasiz-d and wrought into the cor
sciotusness of the Christians of our dii
that G;od is in His world and dIwell
in spec.ai fulness in the hearts of thos
who lot-e and serve Him.
:Aor will the holiness of God be foi
gotten. The decadence of the sens
of sin 1-as heen caused by the blut
ring of 'he- doctrine of God's holiness
Holy Father T-.s the title by whie
JTesus knew God. and it is thus th:
we must snow Him if it is to be we
with our souls. The forms in whic
retribution was often preached in pre
ceding generations were so grotesqu
and arbit-ary that some of us hav
been asha med to say it right out ciea
and strong, that God punshes me
for .heir sins. In the coming day wv
are goinig to believe again that whats<
ever a man sov:eth that shall he als
reap, that without holiness no man ca
see the Lord, that there is no peac
unto the wicked, that the soul that sih
neth dies mn the act of it sinning, an
that God is calling upon men ever:
where to repent.
No man: a..juainted with the teacl
lag of the latest seience need 1.
ashamed or afraid to preach the? mo&
rigorous doctrine cf retribution. "Yo
preachers do not tell mecn often enoug
that eve y sin br 0ings its i nevitab
punishmnot." is a sentence spoken 1
me years ago by a physician. Behol
the goodness and severity of God: Th
is the completing statement of ti
apostle. .mad the prophets who are r,
deem the tventeth century will let ti
sentence s:and without abridsiment.
With cities rotting at our doors at
the wvail o)f the damned ringing in ot
ear-s, and with an ancient emppi
crumbflng to p'cces before our' eye
it is not hard to believe that whil
God is ready always to forgive ti
penitent E5e witH by no means spas
Behold your God! will ba the sti
ring note of the coinK message. at
the only (:od wiho will stir the h-arl
of the people will be the God who:
revecaled in Jlesums Carist. Cla-ist:
God mani~ce. i-1 the 11esh. H . is il
express inage of Is fat het-. Thron~
im the r-eveint20:1 of the Ini1i
heart has -ome. In seeing Him we
the F'athe-:. and we ce t'o the Fa ti
only throinah Him. We (do not si
Chrst asne is unless we see in Hi.
the majesty aor.rl :m'ttiy or a lunz.
We have too mucL(h fo6:'.:yd tihe idea
of (oethe and Carlyle, that Christi
* anity is a r'eligionl of SOrro'W. and that
its chi('f end is tnat of consolatio.
i' leads I mrn like Mr. .Tohn Moirley
*o iall the 'ospe a "sovereign legeInd
of pity." and to on- for a wider Gos
pel4 of jlstice and progress.
Christianity is more than a leger.d
Cf pity. it is a hu'le' blast callim: Inen
to lattle. .Tesus is more than the (.on
Foler of poople in trouijA. H is the
anointed Kin- of men. He aImonce's
His King-ship a,-ain and again in His
discourses. and it is as Lord and Mes
e siah that Peter presents Him to His
countrymen on the Day of Pentecost.
To submit to Him unconditionally is
iman's wisdom and peace'. It is not the
picture of the earthly .Tesus with His
hand upon a leper that this age needs
most of all to see. We need to see
t the Son of God as .Tohn. the apostle.
e saw Him, with many r1OWs upon IHis
head. the universal Sovereign of the
s kingdoms of life.
S God's condescension will also be seen
nfresh in Christ. Th. geat words
spoken in the upper chamber will be
restudied, and upon many hearts they
s will fall with the emancipating charm
a of a fresh revelation. "Ye shall know
- that I am in My Father, and ye in Me
and I in you." "If a man love Me he
'e will keep My words, and My Father
will love him, and we will come unto
him and make Our abode with him."
- We do not inow God as He is until
e we have seen Him not only bigh and
Y lifted up. sitting oi a throne. but also
Le as the apostle saw Him, standing as a
d suppliant, saying."Behold. I stand at
n the door and knock: if any man hear
e My voice and open the door. I will
e come in to him. and will sup with him,
h and he with Me."
s In Christ also we see God's indig
d nation against sin. He is the holy
I Christ. Though merciful. He says to
n workers of iniquity-I never knew you.
Though gracious. He says to trans
gressors of God's wi.il-<!epart from Me
ye cursed. Tender above all tender
e ness known to mortals. He paints pic
y tures of loss and pain and doom so
terrible that they have burned them
- selves into the retinas of men's eyes
C and into the gray matter of their
e brains forever. Wherever His Gospel
I is preached men cannot go to the judg
P n-nt saying. I did not know the hei
0 ousness nor the awful penalties of
s With the Tractariar method of ser
f enty years ago there began a fresh
a emphasis upon the authority and sac
a raments of the Church. To-day it is
e the Church wLcl is still uppermost
in many minds, and its t-orship. its
t unity and its goveranment are counted
0 With Maurice and Kingsley there be
gan a new interest in the social aspect
of Christianity. and men began to la
I bor ;or the establishment of what was
a called Christian Socialism. This force
o has not yet spent itself.
r But neither High Churchmen with
V their sacraments. nor social settlement
a workers with their philanthropies are
t equal to the crisis which is now upon
1 It is not a loftier conception of the
Church, nor a wider diffusion of cul
i ture and social cheer which is most
1 iurgently demanded by our times.
What is needed is a fresh vision of
-God. a new baptism of spiritual life,
a lifting of the heart to higher levels
of aspiration and devotion. The world
.groans and travails in. pain, waiting
s ifor the appearance of a new race of
prophets-men of insight and of cour
- Iage, who endowned with the Holy
I Ghost shall say to our generation in
-tones which burn with fervent heat:
I "Le the wicked forsake his way, and
the unrighteous man his thoughts: and
. let him return unto the Lord, and He
e will have mercy upon him; and to our
e God, for He will abundantly pardon."
,- Congregationalist and Christian
- W orld . *..
r Happiness in Spite of Deprivations.
-If I am so happy in spite of my depri
Svations, it my happiness is so deep
t that it is a faith, so thoughtful that it
-becomes a philosophy of life, my testi
.mony to the creed of optimism is worth
s hearing. M1y optimism does not rest
t on the absence of evil. I can say with
a conviction that the struggle which
i evil necessitates is one of the greatest
1 blessings. It teaches us that, al
e though the world is full of suffering,
a it is full also of the overcoming of it.
e My7 optimism rests on a glad belief
s in the preponderance of good and a
a willing effort always to co-operate with
e the good that it may prevail. I try to
- in crease the power God has given me
I to see the best in everything and every
e one, and make that best a part of my
life. To what is good I open the doors
1 of my being, and jealously shut them
Iagains.. what is bad.-Helen Keller..
f A Good Man's Hunility.
I An appeal was made one Sabbath
e evening in a church for volunteers to
- work for Christ. No sooner was the
e appeal made than a MIr. Ketchum, a
-wealthy New York merchant, rose up
e and offered his services to the pastor.
s The minister said. "In what way, M1r.
e Ketchum?" and the reply was, "As a
hod carrier." What he meant was
-that he was willing to serve in any
e humble capacity in which he could be
-most useful. How often have I
:thought of that good man's humility.
Li And God blessed him as afterwvards
t he went from house to house asking
1 parents to send their children to thme
hSabbath-school that was connected
- with his church.
e Present Obedience Necess~ary.
r If you are truly aroused to seek
a heavenly comfort, you will soon dis
e cover that this is only to be found in
.the path of present obedience.-Chimes.
n You Are Wanted.
e Meni are wanted to do the hard work
t- of pushing the car of salvation along;
d anid men should welcome the duty
every day in the week.
Organ Grinder's "Human Monkey."
CtOn comp ~ airt of a nmber of citi
:esatlin c"ri grin(.er was ar
h c re in Richir~nd, Va.. because of
Scarrying a " rwa monkey" around
owith him. The so-called nmonkey was
d a man. who hadm been. the victim of an
5 acident, haig en cat:htin somne
e ''achinery. re uli:: '"n twisted limbs,
-a croed e1:cek and altogether a gro
e lesque re'blance to a monkey. His
(injurie hea . leaving himt in this un
r otne 'O've. The italian resisted
Sto him, having made a bargain resign
ing hi !bry in retumn for support.
e nd that he 'r " ose- to e::h~ ibit himt
e as re :she chese.
Ha waken to then rolic station
r - for-c". h'r "'as :ia 1Gen:!yv re
d - ei en hi.: proi'fls( to ita':e To'wn,
1 an his human mcnk:ey with him.
e ACRITIC AND HTS FRIEND.
Ii V While-1-~~lm :a c' noisseur in
W'e will not Wecp; :or Cod is standinzg Iy
Ar.d to-:rs wil blind us to ti:e NesSed
Our 'zuls have pr:ri..e of se::ct
We wm not faint if heavy umrdens bnd
'i tiier thain our soul
Th.mone t Wa. is lyin:: si:"! I.I r-h n 1".
WV.:- .e braver for the past tespair
O nit in dubt shall be our journey's
Sin vith its tar shall leave us at the
All its best IhoC-s in glad fulfilrnent
LIff shall Lk: with us when the Death is
Ic:p us. 0 Father! when the world is
On our fra : hearts. that faint without
Hlelp us. 0 Father! let thy constant bless
Strengthen our weakness-till the Joy
-William Henry Hurtbert.
Soapbark jelly is the best 11 roid
cleansing agent that a woman can
keep on hand. It may be prepared by
putting a 'handful of soapbark in a
quart of boiling water and leting it
The best way to remove sand and
grit from small fruit, when washing
is necessary, is to lay the fruit loose
ly in a clean basket and dip the bas
ket in fresh clean water.
A thin coating made of three parts
lard, melted with one part resin, and
applied to E.tores and grates, will
prevent their rusting.
In roasting pork sour apples are
sometimes baked with the meat like
potatoes. They s-hould be placed on
a wire rack to keep them out of the
fat. The apples are served with the
roast and take the place of apple
To keep a spoon in position when
desirous of dropping medicine into
it, and requiring both hands to hold I
T.he bottle and cork. place the 'handie
between the leaves of a closed book
lying upon a table.
Silver spoons and forks which are
in daily use may be kept bright by
leaving them once a week in strong
borax water for several hours. The
water shoul.! be nearly boiling when
the silver is put into it.
Lime water will sweeten jars ani
jugs whicht soap and water fail to
cleanse. It is admirable for cleansing
milk vessels and nursing bottles.
With boiler( salmon. cream sauce,
plain boiled rice is very good. Many
prefer it to potato. There really is
no reason why any vegetable should i
be served with the fish course. Its
sauce is cuite sufficient.
Nohing cleans a doug'iy rollng1
in so easily as a wire dish-oloh.
That same wire dish-clcth is the
g-7atest labor saver you can have in
Streets of the World.
"The highest street in the world."
said a globe trotter, "Is Main street
in Denver. The richest is Fifth ave
nue in New York. The widest is Mar
ket street in Philadelphia. The short
est is the Rue Ble in Paris; this
street Is only twenty feet long.
"The dirtiest street is Tchang-tsi
in Nankin. The cleanest is the Via
Castile in Seville. The most aristo
cratic is Grosvencr place, London.
The most beautiful is the Avenue des.
Champs Elysees, Paris.
The narrowest street is Via Sol, Ha
;ana, which has a width of forty-two
inches. The ugliest street is consid
ered by many foreign artists and
architects to be our Eroadway, with
Teacher EBeat School Board.
Nb>thing daunted because padlocks
were put on the door, the stovepipe
taken away and no fuel furnished to
keep the building warnm. Miss Jennie
Mowel, a plucky young schoolmistress
of Lew Beach, Sullivan county, N. Y..
succeeded in finishing her term of
school, though the trustees had offi
cially declared the school discon
tinued. With -he help of her pupils
Miss Mowell got new stovepipe and
fuel, but she could not get her pay.
She appealed to the state department
of education, which has just ordered
the trustees to pay her full salary and
continue the school.
FOOD IN SERMONS.
Feed the Dominie Right and the Sermons
A conscienmious, lhard-workinlg and
e hintly su2ccessfl clergymatn writes:
I am glad to bear testimonu~y to the
p esure an1d incre1-ased mea sure of
efficiency and health that have come to
me fr-om adopting Grape-Nuts fotod as
one of my airticles of diet.
"For several years I was much dis
tressed during the early 1art of eaich
diy by indigestion. My breakf:ist.
usually cons1isting of oatineali, m)i'k aind
eggs. seemled to turn sour anud failed
to digest. After dinner the headace
and other symt~oms fu'.owing thet
breakfast would wear awavni. only to re
tun, however. Uext mioriln.
Iving heard of Graipe-Nuts food. 1
finaly coninded to give tit a fair tria!
I quit thec use of (it!tmleni a:d eggs. and
mde my breakfasts of GrapL'-Nts,5
cream. toast and I'os~um. Theo result
w-:s surprisinlg iln imprh'oved hecalth and
totl absence of te dis5tresc that had.
for 5o long a t imeO. fooed th morn-011
urg mel(. My digestion became1l
nce lucre sa tis fatory the lhendache
(cased, 21( an the o d fet iingt of -nrg
return-ed. Sin2c-o tt time11. (our years
a z. I have a~ways hatd Gra:i-Nu-s
fod on myv breakf::.St table .
I wa~s delilhted to !thai also. that
w bee:s beforeP It oga t use G rael
Niis food I wasi- ner 1Cvoutit and be
eame~t eP1i:y ~ wo ii: the w- of
suited fl-om the change~ in umy diet. I
am conlvinced that GJralu-Nuts food
prod~uced this~ resul2t and'I heped lme to a
"I luave kn"ow:: (I: ovrlCersons who
wh hver- fIt hel - uls I imve aend
by Ithe usc- 1.f 'ial-l food(1:1. on my
r comendat2:'ion.- 2mong wvhom maiy be
men~!tinedC~i tile lev. --. nowt a mOis
sionryt to China." Namte given by
Read the' litle hook. "Thec Iload to
w eiile, ini oeh pkg.
\ilY EYESIGLIT FAILS
INFERIOR ARTIFICAL LICHT FRE.
QUENTLY THE CAUSE.
:nmnina-' o' the Pa, ene andI All,
Have Neriou DeJects-Acetylene t-.a,
With Its CIcar, Unwaverinr. Yet soft
Flamtie C:nnot flur: the Eyes.
New York. Junc. ' 21.-No nne oan go
inlo ot..' wh.1oo w. inwt a groulp of
chibI ttree : a *11 wi th:mt n1tivci
hw irea numl-wr o lenwa
sperincaes. Then, p tin sems to
inr-roa: yearlyv. and thero are miny
Tloie* Vho otagIr to w-:1aa:sses. The
xpeince of one ten-ticr mtigt be duIt
Itlicated the I re. She knew Alice
was innt: I :i "e :'d shie thought she
was unusu;:ty stpiO. She said so
to ILe princlipal ail -ent a note to
th imotiwr. reque-stinL' that the child
be helped at home if -he wished her
to keep 1111 with1i her 'ass. e :e day
after a bia ckIloaid explanation, the
teneher enlIed upon the cli:!d and found
Ihat she had not seen what had ;een
written. She was kept fter school
and by dint of munch sympatetie ques
tioning Miss C. foud that Alice had
never been able to ste what was put
on the board and thiat her head had
ached so often and so hard that slic
frequently failed to htar what was
Such a condition may ho eaused by
lack of proper food. but in our Ameri
ei homes it is usuallly due to the poor
qu:lity of the artiticial light. The yel
!ow. insufficient li:ght of the ordinary
kerosene lamp. with its smoky chim
ney, is about as bad for the eyes as
can be imagined. The flickering light
from a coal gas jet is but littie better.
and even the electric light. brilliant
as it usually is, has nua unsteadiness
due to variations in power. and a glare
peculiarly trying to the delicate nerves
of sight. The comparatively new i1
lumin:int acetylene gas produces as
nearly per'fect an nrtiticial light as has
yet been found. It gives a c'i:ir whit',
unwavering light, very brilliant, yet
perf-tiy soft. and so nearly like the
rays of the Still that even co1or.s p
pea:' as inl daylight.
For'ttitiately. ncetylene is very easily
and theapiy produced. and the simple
apparatls ur-eessary c-an be purchased
and installed in any home at a very
mode'rate cost. and the we.tylene can
he piped to colv-lilit poilits inl the
house where a light is needed. It is
then lighted and ext tilished and used
e-aclly like omilmon iy gats.
Aceyliene Is rapidly coming i)to
Common usC in homes. (hiur-ches.
schools anid illtitutiols of a!l kins.
ad it is reasonable to expect 1lmt as
its use in the home increases. there
will be f&ver defcetive eyes. partleu
Inriy a mong children. Poor eyesi::ht
and- the many ills resnlting therefrom
wIll undoubtediy b' mnei red uced by
te use of this new llumi i-nt.
Savory butter is made by usin
some desired savory iagredient ia
fresh butter. You buy either the un
sated butter or wash ftom the salt
ed butter all the sait possible as when
you are ma king some kinds of paste,
and then you rub into it with a silver
knife or spoon such essence or flavor
ing as you like. Anchovy essence.
Worcestershire sauce, onion juice.
chopped Spanish peppsr or parsley, or
any one of a hundred things. Then
this butter is used for spreading
bread for sandwiches or for putting
on some kinds of hot meat or fish.
FTsermanently cured. No fits or cervouls
ness aft'-r first day-s ulse of Dr.KIline's Great
Nerve~lestorer,$2trial I bott leaud treatise freo
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One oaf ihe great pyramids ci Egypt has
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A Parisian complains that kissing is out
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3fr.Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
eething. soften the gumus. redu cs inflam ma
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A pig is usurdiy kept imn every stable in
I amr' sure Piso's Cure for Consumption saved
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Ova ma savs he attribultes his success to
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If you have oftensive ptimples or erup
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The I'ive Boys.
T. D. Meador writes: Have five children
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my house. espeially during the fruit sea
son. The result in its use is very gratify
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old by all Druggists, 25 and 50e. bottle.
When you see -a girl picking lint off
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bet that her engagemfent ring is quite
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Covered friead, Neck and Shouilders-Suf
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Chicken Vienna Sa~usage
cannot make a good .cup of
Dirty, adulterated and queerly
lous dealers shovel over their
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ider of all Dackage coffees
ter of a century has been daily
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st you must nse the best coffee.
[se "a calsonful to each cup, and one
d water, enoug to make a thick pale, and
ttler), then foifo one of the fbiowmg rules:
id boiling water, and let it boil
le cold water and set aside five
your cold water to the paste and
ad a little cold water, and in five
tan ten rninutes before servIng.
s been boiled before.
> n egg, mixing it with the ground LION
rter boiling add a dash of cold water, and set
;e of genuine LION SOFFEE,
ecipe and you will only use
(Sold only in 1 lb. sealed packages.)
or valuable premiums.)
S EVERY WER~E I
)OLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
-se A,.. -
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Serve Your Soup
Tomato, Julienne, Consomme. Chicken. Mt
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Corned Beef Hash Boneless
Ox Tongues Sou,
Libby. McNeilL &
The Secret ol
Even thie best housekeeper
coffee without good material.
blended coffee such as unscrup
counters won't do. But take the
LION COFFEE, ahe les
the coffee that for over a quas
welcomed in millions of homes
for a king in this way:
HOW TO MAKE
Use LION COFFEE. because to get best r
Grind voor LION COFFEE rather fine.
extra for tlie pot." First mix it with a little co
add whieof a gg(iggg eusda s
ist. WiTH BOILING WATER. At
THREE MINUTES ONLY. Add a li
minutes to settle. Serve promptly.
2d. WITH COLD WATER. Add
bring it to a boil. Then set aside, a
minutes it's ready to serve.
3 (Don't boll'It too long.
Don't let It stand more tl
DONT'S Doin't use water that ha
TWO WAYS TO !
7st. WIthEggs. Use part of the whi'.e<
COF FEE before boiling-.
2d. With Cold! Water instead of eggs. A
aside for eight or ten minutes, then serve throul
Insist on getting a packa!
prepare it according to this r
ION COFFEE in fut are.
(Lion-head1 en e
(Save these Lion-heads:i
SOLD BY GROCER
GUARANTEED CURE for all bowel trouble
bbood, wind on the stomach, bloated bowels.
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