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AN ELOQUENT. SU ND AV SERMON BY
THE REV. DE WITT L PELTON.
Theme: The Habit and Kindness and
Consideration For Others.
Who went about doing good and
healing all that were oppressed^
The tendency of business lite is to
make men calculating, selfish, limited
in their sympathies. This disposition,
stressed each work day and empha
sized by competition, becomes a habit
of the soul, which takes control of
The tendency of tbe life of pleasure
is the same. Those whose eyes are
single to their own enjoyment, who
are intent upon every opportunity for
amusement? become superficial, cold
and limited in (sympathy. Selfishness
with them likewise becomes a habit. f
Qualities that we admire, nobility,
kindness, sympathy, service, are to
be secured like the practical qualities
of life by making them habits of the
BOUI. They will not. come as the re
sult of spasmodic action or sentimen
tal :day dreams. Acts performed daily
ripen Into habits. Do you want to
keep from being the mean and selfish
individual the practical life of busi
ness would make you? Plan to do
some deed of kindness every day,
.some act which has no1, relation vto
your business, your own happiness or
Do your own work faithfully and
well, but see If there ls not an oppor
tunity to lend a helping hand to an
other, to say- a kind word, do an en
couraging deed. In the midst of the
hurly-burly of life, in the daily con
tact with men, take time for a look
now and again for the weaker man,
for the man fighting bravely against
great odds, for the ' wounded and
brutead In the battle of life. Culti
vate ths habit of kindness, of consid
eration for others with whom you
come in contact.
But not only for those with whom
you come la contact, but others you
do not see, a countless host in this
great city, who daily stare with what
courage they can muster, but with
dread as well, into the raging eyes of
the wolf of Poverty. Our city abounds
in dtetress and suffering and misery
which men might see if they would
step out of their selfish routine. Do
s?me deed of kindness each day until
it sets into a habit of the soul. TMs
!s practical Christianity.
A good way to create such a habLt
!s to commit one's self to some form
of Christian or altruistic service. One
of the objections urged by our pleas
ure loving natures against definite
service of; any kind is that it lies us
down. This ls really one of Its ad
vantages. When you commit your
self tc the service of others, or make
engagements with yourself to per
form some duty, your good intentions
do not dissipate into thin air, but are
harnessed into practical work, and
the disposition to be of us9 to your
fellow-men becomes yours at last as
the result of the habit of definite
? . , ,
Two months before his death, Mr.
Bloody, while at Central Church, at
Brooklyn, gave the following testi
"I know it I should be asked to be
a witness In a court my testimony
would be taken;-and I want you to
take my testimony as to what'it is to
be fillec? wrth the Spirit. There are
ytwo epochs iirjny life which stand
out clear. One ls when I was be
tween sliteen and seventeen, I "was
born of the Spirit. There can never
come a greater blessing to any man
on this earth than to be born again
-bom from above-to have the God
nature planted in him. God has been
good to me. He has showered bless
ing after blessing upon me, but the
greatest blessing-next to being born
of the Spirit-came sixteen years af
terwards, when ? was filled with the
Spirit: and He has never left me to
this day. He i 3 for all-women as
well as men. When Pentecost was
fully come, the whole church wa3
qualified for work in God's cause."
-R. A. Torrey.
Ilome Herald Aphorisms.
The Christian who feels no interest
In. fallen men soon falls himself.
Hold fast that which is good and
then get some more of the same kind.
? Getting out o? bed-backward isn't
half as unlucky as getting off a mov
ing caa* that way.
The pqcket which contains a bad
man's pistol is utilized by a gentle
man for a notebook.
The Bible is so plain that every
body understands it but a fool, and
he heed not err therein, but somehow
he always does.
Some men are bachelors becauso
they think marriage Is a failure, and
some because their attempt to iget
married was a fa'lu re.
It is a mean man.who after stick
ing his head out' of the coach window
wants to sue the railroad company
for getting, a'cinder in his eye.
The rich hustle to get richer-or,
to get away from where they are.
The poor hustle just S3 much to keep
from getting poorer-or, stay wherf
If the strings of a piano were tuned
exactly right you could only play in
ne key. Only by dropping a little
the perfect pitph of every conviction
can you get" along with folks.-Rev,
Frank Crane. '.
The Worldly Man.
The man who permits himself to
be the victim of his sense is what the
Scrintures truly denominate the
worldly man.%-Rsv. E. L. Powell.
God ts too big to bs shut up in any
set of definitions; for definition nec
essarily means limitation. The mo
ment you define you confine. No one
can frame God.-Rey. Geo.'Thomas
Thomas was an honest doubter,
therefore the Master was anxious to
halp him. Honest doubters are
treated in like manner tc-day.-Rev,
Orville A.. Petty.
First the mining, then the explo
sion! First the moral muscles grow
flabby, then the helpless weakness be
fore temptation. First the gray hairs
here and there sprinkled upon him,
and he knows it not; finally the spir
itual senility and swift oblivion. This
is the course of unconscious ieterior.
ation.-Rev. Charles F. Aked.
Impossible ide?is maxo for lawless
ness rather than for righteousness
and the betterment of life.-Rev. H.
INTERNATIONAL LESSON COM?
WENTS FOR JUNE 27.
Temperance Lesson, Romans 13:8
14-Commet Verses 8, 10-Gol
den Text: "Put Ye on (he Lord
v Jesus Christ," Rom. 13:14.
TIME.-Spring, 58 A. D. PLACE.
EXPOSinON.-I. Love the Fulfill
ing of the Law, 8-10. Every Christlam
would do well to let the opening
words of this passage sink deep Into
his heart, "owe no man anything."
It ls a plain command, and as whole
some as lt is plain. Debt is disobe
dience to Gbd. Debt is also slavery
(Prov. 22:7). But "owe no man
anything" means more than "pay
your debts." It means "never
go Into debt." It means more yet, it
means render to every man what is
due to him,, whether it be tribute, cus
tom, fear, honor, obedience (v. 7).
The whole law of God can be put Into
one word; and God has put it Into one
word In this passage, "love." Love
is the fulfilling (or filling full) of the
law. He that really loves his neigh
bor will perform toward his neighbor
all that the law requires. Love" work's
no ill. So it Is not necessary to say
to one who really loves, "thou shalt
not steal," for he won't steal, he can't
be hired to steal. It is not necessary
to say to him "thou shalt not kill,"
for nothing would induce him to kill.
It is not necessary to say, "thou shalt
not commit adultery," he would rath
er die" than commit adultery. It is
not necessary to say "thou shalt not
covet," for he would rather ?he other
should have than to have him
self. Love is the secret of all right
doing. When love really reigns in
the heart even the ten commandments
become unnecessary, because the man
will keep them all without being com
manded. What love will not do and
what love will do is described in a
wonderful way in 1 Cor. 13:4-7, and
again in 1 Jno. 3:16-181 Love is the
secret of trje temperance principles.
The man who loves his brother.ab
stains from all use of. intoxicating
liquors as a beverage because such
uso tends to work ill to our neighbor.
The ways in which it may work ill
aro countless. It may work ill by
my becoming a drunkard myself, and
a drunkard is a curse not only to him
self but to all who love him and to
the whole coAmunity. . How many
hearts one drunkard breaks. Thc
only/man who is entirely safe from
ever'becoming a drunkard is.the man
who never drinks liquors at all.
??. Tho Day is at Hand, Cast Oil
ther Works of Darkness, 11-14. The
Day is Coming. Christianity is a re
ligion of perennial hope. "Enrll men
and seducers may. wax worse". (2 Ti.
3:13). Iniquity may abound and the
love of the many wax cold (Matt
24:12). Some may depart from.the
faith and give heed to seducing spir
its (1 Ti. 4:1), perilous times may
come (2 Tl. 3:1-5), but ahead there
ls "the day-star" and. the sunrise
(Mal. 4:2) and It is darkest just be
fore day. As the day is coming it is
time to awaken out of sleep. Let us
Wake up and .be ready to greet the
morn. Salvation was near when we
first believed (Luke 19:9), it is.ne?r
er now (EL V.). By salvation here
Paul means not salvation in the lim
ited sense of pardon of sin. but the
full salvation that shall be ours at the
Coming of bur Lord.(Phil. 3:20, 21,
R. V.; Heb. 9:29; 1 Pet. 1:5, R. V.;
1 Jno, 3:2). ?The Coming of our Lord
so near at hand is one af the might
iest motives for true temperance prac-.
tices (Luke 21:34-36). As the night
.is HO far spent it is time to put off all
"the works .of darkness" (all practices
that have their origin in this present
evU world, that arise from moral and
Bplritual darkness and lead to etertial
darkness). These are too num?rous
.to specify, but one can safely put
liquor drinking, tobacco using and
raising and selling, ,the theatre, card
table anti dance under this head. But
it is not enough to put off, we must
also put on (Matt. 12:44, 45). What
must be put on? "the armor- of light."
What is "the armor of light?" Eph.
6:11-18 describes it in full. We ^musf
walk in a seemly* manner as in the
day. The word "honestly" is a total
ly misleading translation. It means
"in good form." Society people are
greatly concerned about what ls
"good form" by the. standards of "the
best society." Citizens of heaven
(Phil. 3:20, R. V.) should be con
cerned as to what is good form ac
cording to court etiquette of that
country. , What "good form" is ac
cording to heavenly standards ap
pears ?rom the words that follow
"Reveling and drunkenness, chamber
ing (sexual sin) and wantonness (li
centiousness;, st: lie and jealousy"
cannot be tolerated. Drunkenness
and licentiousness are commonly as
sociated together, for experience
shows that they are rarely If ever sep
arated. The use of alcoholic'liquors
even in what is called moderation
stirs up all that is basest in men and
women. We do not usually put Jeal
ousy in the same catalogue with
drunkenness and licentiousness, but
God dn?s (v. 13, R. V.). The whole
sr . i /'good form," or walking be
cominglyT is to "put on the Lord
Jesus," to have our lives clothed with
Him (cf. Gal. 3:27; Eph. 4:24). The
figure Paul uses here is that of put
ting on a garment The clothes we
wear should he Jesus Himself. When
we meet a man pretty much all we
see is his. clothes, and when people
meet us all they should 'see should be
the Lord Jesus Christ (cf. 1 Pet. 3:
3-5). The way to have ChrlBt, upon
us is to have Christ in U3 (Col. 1:27;
Testing Age of Poultry.
Senator W. Murray Crane, at a
Thanksgiving celebration in Dalton,
talked about turkeys.
"From November on through the
winter season." he said, "it ls impor
tant to know how to tell a good tur
key from a bad one-a young and
tender one from an old and tough
"A farmer once examined ihi3 chore
boy in this grave v<manner:
" 'Roger,' he said, 'can you tell ln
falliably a young from an chi turkey?'
" 'Yes, indeed I can sir, Roger an
'"How do you tell?' continued the
" 'By the teeth,' the boy replied.
" '0, rubbish, nonsense.' replied the
farmer. I am ashamed of you, Roger.
Turkeys have no teeth.'
'"No," said Roger.: grinning, 'but J
Bog comprises about one-saventietb
of I roi an d'. 5 aoa.
By LydiaEPiflkham's Veg
Chicago, UL - "L want to tell yon
what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound did for me; I was so sick
that two of the best doctors in Chicago
said I would die if I did not have an
?PS operation. Ihad
g&? f! already had two
they wanted me to
go through a .third
one. I suffered day
and night from in
flamination and a
FJ|?| small tumor, and
*J never thought of
seeing a well day
again. A friend
told me how Lydia
,E. Pinkham's Veg.
etable Compound had helped her, and.
I tried it, and after the third bottle
was cured. "-rMrs. AL VENA STEELING,
II Langdon Street, Chicago, IlL
If you are ill do not drag along at
home or in your place of employment
until an operation is. necessary, but
build up the feminine system, and re
move the cause of *those distressing
aches and pains by taking Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs.
For thirty years it bas been the stan
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positively restored the health of thou
sands of women who have been troubled
with displacements, inflammation, ul
ceration, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, bearing-down
feeling, flatulency, indigestion, dizzi
ness, or nervous prostration. Why
don't your try it?
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For HKADACHK- Hlok?? (AIM KINK
Whether from Colds. Heat. Stomach or
Nervous Troubles. Capudlne will relieve you.
It's liquid-pleasant to .lake-acts immedi
ate U j Try lt. 10c.. 25c and 50c ac artur
The fellow who sidesteps the truth
is liable to be knocked down with a
" Bough on Rats, unbeatable exterminator.
Bough on Hen Lice, IS est Powder, 25c.
Bough ou Bedbugs, Powder or Liq'd. 25c
Bough on Fleas, Powder ur Liquid, 25c.
Rcu','h on Roaches, Pow'd, 15c,Liq'd, 25c
Bough on Moth and Ants, Powder, 25c.
Bough on Skeeters, agreeable in use, '25c
E. a Wella, Chemist, Jersey City, N. J.
Ih Ulan in a Stovepipe Hat. Ever
Seen Carrying a Baby.
''Did you ever," said; Mr. Juggle
ton, "see a man'm-a-sirk'-hat carry
ing an' infant childi. Never, I ven
ture to say.
"You see plenty of ^fathers, young
fathers mostly, carrying their babies,
and very willing . to carry them, in
deed proud of their offspring; but
>ou never see such a father in a tall,
hat. They may wear forty-leven oth
er kinds of hats-derbies, soft hats,
straw hats, or as many kinds of caps ;
but no father carrying air infant
wears a silk hat.
"Of course there can't be any
fashion decree about this. Refrain
ing from wearing a silk hat on such
occasions must be due just to instinc
tive common sense ; the baby is an
extremely informal thing, liable io
scream or cry or wriggle or. squirm
at any minute, to bear itself in many
ways in a manner quite incompatible
with the high hat dignity; and even
young fathers sem to know this, and
so they leave their stovepipe tiles
on the shelf at home when they go
out with the baby. They seem to
know what is fitting instinctively;
but certain it is that yon never see a
man in a stovepipe hat carrying a
baby." So. *26-'09.
For time has bent me, a wise work
man no doubt, but making all things
Bad Food und Good Health Wont
The human stomach stands much
abuse, but it won't return good
health if you give it bad food.
If you feed! right you will feel right,
for proper food and a good mind ia
the sure road to health.
"A year ago I became much
alarmed about my health,""Tor I be
gan to suffer after each meal, no mat
ter how little I at?," says a Denver
"I lost my appetite and the very
thought of food grew distasteful, with
the result that I was not nourished
and got weak and thin.
"My home cares were very heavy,
for beside a large family of my own
I have also to look out for an aged
mother. There was no one to shoul
der my household burdens, anfl como
what might I must bear them, and
?his thought nearly drove me frantic
when I realized that my health was
"I read an article in the paper
about some on with trouble just like
mine being cured on Grape-Nuts food,
and acting oh this suggestion, I gave
Grape-Nuts a trial. The first dish of
this delicious food proved that I had
struck the right thing.
"My uncomfortable feelings in
stomach and brain disappeared as if
by ma?lc, and in an incredibly short
space of time I was again myself.
Since then I hav? gained 12 pounds in
weight through a summer of hard
work and realize I am a very different
woman, all due to the splendid food.
"There's a Reason." Trial will
prove. Read the famous little book,
"The Road to Well ville," in pkgs.
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time' to time. They
are genuine, true, and fall of numan
interest. - -
A CHEAP TURKEY SHED.
[t Costs Only $3.85, But Mrs. Portia
Would Not Take $100 For lt.
I built my turkey shed and the pen
Tor them myself. My shed is 4 feet
high at back and 6 feet at front, 12
feet long and 6 feet wide. I only
used six studdings, one at each corner
and one in middle, which took three
pieces of 2x4,v' one foot long, and one
piece 2x4, eighteen feet long, made
the three rafters.- Four pieces 12x12
made the back and it took seven
pieces 12x12 to cover and six pieces
12x12 to cover the ends.
I put the number on back and top
straight so it could be easily taken
off and used. I lapped the roof Just
enough to keep it from leaking, left
no cracks for tbs wind to come
through in back and enos. The high
and south side Tieft open, except one
piece at top to which 1 fastened a
drop door of net wire. I began at
each end of?the house and ran five
foot wire fence with a twelve-inch
base plank and made a little yard
about twenty-four feet square. I
made a gate and a little slide door
for the little chicks to go in and out
I bought my lumber delivered at
$1.25 a hundred and the whole thing
cost me $3.85. I would not do with
out it for a hundred dollars.
I raise as many chickens in winter
as I do in summer. I make small
coops, air tight on three sides to keep
out the cold and slatted on one side
to let in the sun. I place these under
the shed and when a hen hatches I
put her in one of the coops and keep
her there for several days. If it is
bright and warm I let her out in the
nen. When they are old enough I
let out of pen each day, but put them
in coops at night; when it is cold
and rainy I keep the hen in coop all
the. time and the little chicks have
the whole shed and pen to run under.
Later in the season I use the pen
for setting my turkeys in. I fix nest,
put turkey on, put plenty of water
and feed, and there ls always a dust
bath ready for her under the dry
shed, so I am never afraid of her
going back to her old nest! or a stray
dog getting to her. After she hatches
I just let her come off in the pen
when she gets ready. When the little
ones are stout enough I let the hen
out every pretty day after the dew
dries off, but make them roost under
shed every night until they are large
enough to fly up to the roost.-Mrs.
J. H. Portls, in Southern Cultivator.
Counts Eggs as Laid.
The dishonest hen with cannibalis
tic tendencier can no longer defraud
her employer with impunity and if
she likes eggs for her meals she is
in danger of decapitation. Two Wis
consin men have put their heads to
gether and have perfected a register
ing device which keeps a record of
every egg laid and enables chicken
owners* to detect any loss through
theft or any other agency. This de
vice is in the form of a band that fits
, Fastens on Bird's Body.
over the hen's body. The expansion
of the body caused by the emission
of the egg causes the band to, spread
and register a number. If the Indi
cator shows that a hen is laying more
eggs than are collected and if the
owner finds no evidence of theft, he
can then be sure that the bird Is eat
ing the eggs herself and either put
her in the stewpan and replace her
with a more honest fowl or keep such
a close watch over her that she will
not have an opportunity to indulge
her aanniba?stic taste. It is impos
sible to cure a hen of this habit once
it Is contracted.-Washington Star.
There should be several nest boxes
provided for each pen, to avoid hens
crowding into one nest and breaking
eggs. Boxes should be eighteen
inches square and ten to twelve inches
deep, supplied with clean nsst ma
terial, and a few moth balls kept in
them. Across middle of pens boards
3hould be placed to the height of fif
teen inches, and to the front, litter
placed to scatter ^ small grain to in
duce plenty of ecerclse. Shucks and
a little fodder make the best litter,
as fowls eat the fodder if not pro
vided plenty ol' green food, and the
shucks do not crumble so much like
straw or hay, and can be thrown tc
one side when the pen is cleaned, and
thea used again.-Progressive Far
mer. . . i
\ What Hens Eat.
Experiments have proved that a
hen in good condition will eat, on
an average, three ounces of mash in
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noon and four ounces of grain al
Let shipped eggs rest twenty-foui
hours before placing to hatch. Ir
ordering eggs to hatch, place order.?
early in season and have hens reads
to receive ezss before you nctifj
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