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JOSEPI HALL OHASE
Peruna Drug Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Gentlemen: I have used Peruna
and find that it cannot be equaled as
a tonic, as well as a cure for coughs,
colds and eatarrh.
You are authorized to use my
photo with testimonial in any pub
Joseph H. Chase,
N4 Tenth Lt., Washington, D. C.
CGl ad La Grippe
Mr. C. Happy, Hardin, Ray Co., Mo.,
writes "I can safely recommend Pe
runa as a remedy that will cure all ca
"it was of great benefit to me, as it
cared me of catarrh of the throat, and
I took a very bsd cold and had la
g-rippe last Febrnury. It setted in my
throat and lungs. Itook three bottles
of Peria ad it cured me.
"I highly recommend it to all who
are sick, sad I am glad to add my en
dorsement to that of others."
Pe-re- fer Cids
Mr. L. Clifford Figg, Jr., 9929 East
Marshall St., Richmond, Va., writes
that when he gets a cold he takes Peru.
ea, Sad it soon drives it out of his sy
tem. For several years he was not
entirely well, but Peruna completely
People who object to liquid medicines
can now secure Peruna tablets.
For a free illustrated booklet entitled
"Tbh Truth About Peruna," address
The Peruns Co., Columbus, Ohio.
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Specially Arranged for This Paper
LESSON TEXT.-Acts 5:14-25. Memory
verses 14. 15.
(i).IDEN TEXT.-The people with one
O'cord gave heed unto those things
which Philip spake, hearing the miracles
which he did.-Acts S:)1.
TIME.--; or 17 A. D. Immediately aft
*r the martyrdom of Stephen (our last
lesson). The church has been in exist
enc, about six years, with rapid growth
and varied experienc(ts.
PIA('E.--Jerusalem, and some chief
city of Samaria. either Bamaria or
Comment and Suggestive Thought.
1. "There was a great persecution
against the church which was at Je
rusalem." Not by the heathen, but by
the Jews whose authority was being
threatened, and whose teaching was
in sornme respects antagonized.
The martyrdom of Stephen was the
beginning of the first general perse
cution of Christians. The circum
stances described in our last lesson,
growing out of the unsettled state
of the Roman government, the accusa
tions against Pilate, and his summons
to Rome for trial, followed soon by the
death of Emperor Tiberius, gave an
opportunity for the Jewish leaders to
carry on their persecutions.
V. 2. "Saul . . . made havoc of the
church," R. V., "laid waste." As an
army devastates the country it over-i
runs, or as wild beasts ravage a gar- i
den, or field of grain, or a pasture
when they destroy the sheep. Paul's
own statement confirms this descrip
4. "They were scattered abroad." I
As seed scattered in all directions by
the farmer sowing his field broadcast.
They went through Samaria, Galilee, I
and as far as Phoenicia, Antioch and I
Cyprus. "Preaching the word." Every
seed had life in it and took root and t
made a new plant, wherever the winds
of persecution blew it. These scat
tered Christians were like brands of
fire, kindling a new fire wherever the
storm carried them.
Philip here is not the apostle
Philip, but Philip the deacon (Acts
6:5) and evangelist (Acts 21:8). He
preached In Samaria, met Simon
Magus, brought the Ethiopian eunuch
to Christ, went on evangelizing the
country till he reached Cesarea, where
he eventually took up his abode. Here
he had four virgin daughters who
prophesied and entertained Paul on
one of his Journeys to Jerusalem.
He was, if not a Grecian Jew, at
least of conspicuous liberal sympa
thles, as his work among the Samari
He was "a born preacher," made
mighty by being filled with the Holy
Spirit, and trained under the apostles.
The Sunday school teacher can be '1
made an ideal teacher in the same
way. "I have often wished," ex- I
claimed Alexander Whyte, the wonder- a
ful pastor and teacher of Free St. a
George's church of Edinboro, "that I
could have been one of the two Em
mans men whose hearts burned within
them as their risen Lord expounded 1
uhto them In all the Scriptures the a
things concerning himself." So dots
the teacher wish, and he may have
his wish fulfilled.
V. 14. "The apostles . . . sent unto
them Peter and John." Not as rulers, I
but as a friendly delegation of leading I
apostles who could be trusted. They
sent their best men on the mission. I
Vs. 15, 17. "Prayed for them . ..
laid . .. their hands on them." The
best spiritual gifts come through
prayer. The laying on of hands was
the connecting link betweaen the liver
and the receiver. "And they received
the Holy Ghost," with the same out
ward manifestations of tongPaes o
Same and speaklng with tongues, as
well as the inward grace and power,
which characterised Pentecost six
years before, as appears from Simon's
The special reasons for this gift
were much the same as on Its irst be
stowal at Pentecost. (1) It ex
pressed clearly the inward grace and
power, so that those who received It,
and all others, might realize the fact
of the unseen sift, as the spark or the
lightning reveals the presence of else
tricity. (2) The new church, under
new crcumstances, needed the power, I
and gifts, and fresh life bestowed. (3)
It proved to the Jewish disciples, nad
espeially to the church at Jerusalem,
that the a88maritan movement wa s
from God, and approved by the Saviour
V. 18. "Simon . . . offered them
money" to purchase from the apostles
the power they themselves possessed.
Note 1. From this action of Simon
his name has won immortality of in
famy, since the crime of Simony is 1
eamed after him.
Note 2. The best gifts cannot be
bought with money-wisdom, love,
peace, new hearts, character, spiritual
power. The best things of God are
free to all men, like air and sunshine i
and water, as the most beautiful forms
and lines are the most common. a
We can treat every one as Chris I
tans should treat them. ,
"There are some persons who think I
we ought to send missionaries to argue
down the infidels. What did Philhp
de? He preached Christ Philip did
not argue down Simon, he super
seded him. The daylight does not
argue with the artificial light. The
sun just shines! Men sneakingly
put the gas out. Let your light
so shine.' LIfe is the unanswe
able logic. Holiness is the invin
cilble argument. Chrity, love, benev
lence, chivalry, seftmecrflbee-these
form the shining host that will
chase all competitors away."-Jossp
Robert Rustler-What did you say
was the title of your new song'
Successful Chorus Lady-I call it
Robert Rustler-And the key?
Successful Chorus Lady-B minor.
Robert Rustler--B mine-eh? How
would you like to change it for a key
in A fat?
ITCHED FOR TWELVE YEARS.
Eczema Made Hands and Feet Swell,
Peel and Get Raw-Arms Affected,
Too-Gave Up All Hope of Cure.
Quickly Cured by Cuticura.
"I suffered from eczema on my
hands, arms and feet for about twelve
years, my hands and feet would swell,
sweat and itch, then would become
callous and get very dry, then peel
off and get raw. I tried most every
kind of salve and ointment without
success. I tried several doctors, but
at last gave up thinking there was a
cure for eczema. A friend of mine
insisted on my trying the Cuticura
Remedies, but I did not give them a
trial until I got so bad that I had to
do something. I secured a set and by
the time they were used I could see a
vast improvement and my hands and
feet were healed up in no time. I have
had no trouble since. Charles T.
Bauer, Volant, Pa., Mar. 11, 1908."
taer Dr D A Ch. ors., sole Prowu mBom
'There's plenty of work about if you
only look for it"
"Yes, and by the time rye found it
all me energy's gone!"
THE PERUNA ALMANAC.
The druggists have already been sup
plied with the Peruan almanac for
1909. In addition to the regular astro
nomical matter usually furnished Ia
almanacs, the articles on astrology
are very attractive to most people.
The mental characteristics of each
sign are given with faithful accuracy.
A list of lucky and unlucky days will
be furnished to those who have our
almanacs, free of charge. Address The
Peruna Co., Columbus, O.
What His Wife Gave Him.
The boss builder was standing on
the edge of the great cavity at Thirty
fourth street that they have been dig.
ging for the past few years, when an
Irishman walked toward him.
"Iook here," he said. "Didn't I fire
"Yes," said the Irishman, "and I
don't want you to do it again, either.
My wife gave me the devil about it
wheo I got home."-New York Times.
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And He Probably Did.
"What can I do," roared the fiery
orator, "when I mee my country going
to ruin, when I see our oppressors'
hands at our throats, strangling us,
and the black clouds of hopelessnes
and despair gathering on the horizon
to obliterate the golden sun of pros
perity? What, I ask, can I do?"
"Sit down!" shouted diet audleno#
Imtortant to Mothera.
Examine caretfully every bottleo of
CASTORIA a sate and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use FPor Over 30 e.
The Kind You Have Always Bousht
Jamaica Ginger Output
The ginger grown In Jamaica com
mands more than double the price of
any other. Under favorable conditions
an acre will produce as much as 4,000
pounds. During the last fiscal year
about 1,400,000 pounds was exported I
from that island.
"His wife's beauty and grace keeps
"Then he's one of those fellows who
lead a charmed life."-Exchange.
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ETIRluROIIART IREUSE I
"SOUTHERN ALBERTA IS A
MIGHTY GOOD COUNTRY."
No stronger or better evidence can
be given of the merits of a country
than that which comes from the testi
mony of the settler who has deter
mined to succeed. ThC is why we
reproduce the following letter, which
speaks for itself. These people were in
duced to go to Western Canada
through the solicitation of a Canadian
Government agent, who secured for
them the low railway rates.
"Carmangay, Altas., Canada, 12-15-'08.
"Mr. C. J. Broughton, Canadian Gov
ernment Agency, 135 Adams Street,
Chicago: We had audacity enough to
tackle the proposition of buying four
sections of land in Southern Alberta,
thirty miles east of Clairsholm and
heading up on the Little Bow, and our
two boys each got a homestead ad
Joining. We fenced three sections and
the two homesteads, and built a house.
barn, corrals and granary, and have
since enlarged some of these build
ings. We have broken 200 acres of
land, which has been sowed to oats
and wheat. During the severe winter
of two years ago the winter wheat
killed out somewhat, and our crop
yielded only ten bushels to the acre,
but the spring wheat went 24 bushels
to the acre. In this country we most
be prepared for storms and cold, at
times 20 to 30 below zero, yet on the
whole the winters are mild; and while
there are exceptional crops, it is fair
to say that the average farmer can
depend on having a yield in average
years of from 20 to 25 bushels to the
acre for spring wheat; and winter
wheat in our immediate neighborhood
yields from 25 to 30 bushels to the
acre on the average.
We have now quite a bunch of
horses, over 50 in all, about 350 sheep,
after having sold 140 for mutton this
falL We have 20 head of pure bred
registered Shropshire, which are
worth $20 each. The average price
received for mutton sheep was $.00
and a little over. Pork brings 5 and
6 cents a pound. We have about 10
head of cattle on our ranch now,
and last winter they picked their en
tire living from our pasture, ruanning
to the straw stacks for shelter at night.
"The Increase of land values has
been extraordinary. Our land fur
years ago cost us a little less than
$I.00 an acre. We have sold one se
tion for $15.00, but we would not sell
any more for less than $25.00 per acre,
as we expect the railroad within four
miles of our ranch within the neat 18
months. Southern Alberta at West
ern Canada is a mighty good country
for any manorwoman wholovesoutdoor
life, and who wants to get gooD re
turns for their labor sad Investment.
"We have been pleased with our
treatment from the Canadian Govern
meat, and can heartily commend South
ern Alberta as a aplendid coeutry In
which to loeate.
'Your very truly,
"JAMES 8. AINSLIU AND SONS."
Camphor as Medlle.
As a medicine camphor Ia invaluable
if used Judiciously. If six or ten drops
are taken on a lumap of sugar when
messing starts, a bad cold In the head
can often e checked. This dose should
not be repeated closer than an hour
apart. Be sure that it agrees with
For Colds and Gripp--Capudie.
The best remedy for I and Cols is
icks' Cyulf. Relives-th aching aad
verlabess. Cures the col--Headaehe
also. It's IqulE- ts eImmdsteiartly--,
U sad Wc at Drug Stores.
Why 1is it that the divorce sout of
one of her friends Interests the aver
age woman more than her own mar
SONL OnE 'DUOai~j nN..
oedms. of "Baease
over to oeee a CYM IO s
The words coined in the mint do not
lacrease our vocabaulary.
WHY saer with eye tn ei re-I
lief by in PETITIT'8 EYE oLV g. i.
All or Howard Bro, Barlo, Y. y.
The rule io a prohibition state
eeems to be "bar none."
A happy medium oght to make
good at a spiritual seance.
Itch cured is 30 minutes by Woolfbrd's
Sanitary Lotio. Never aik. At drgdits.
Less than a pint of whisky may
make a peck of trouble.
Pimples, ItchMng uinor.sRh .H tism, Blood
P o so n , L aor 'h , ocze m a · nLC i n sY
wb ee e duver . uI~ier bleed. e. ti lsU .n.
camdlsble, it tti U. ski risk aee be &Ml m .55 e e d w
m ie . w el . ie . . S .B m r b M emeew e amJ jve l e dr O Ne W I~eh T o y 1 & 1 0
A man never realiles bow silly his !
love letters are until he hears some o
of them read In court.
Thoe Tired, Aelg Pet .f Tees
Ussd Ms ..s . V Es st. yer .DTiga
Wi A-- . St. O ;i rl.l, r. !, or `..
The more a girl smiles the less she
No More Pain
"Before I took Cardui," writes Mrs. Martha
BHown, of Sevierville, Tenn., "I would take smother
ing spells, and suffered at my periods till I wanted
to die. I took doctor's medicine, but it did me no
good, so my husband got me a bottle of Oardau. I
have taken two jottles and I can do my cooking now,
and all my work, and look better and stouter than I
have for 12 months and have no more pain."
It Will Help You
With such enthusiastic, truthful, unbiased testi
mony before you, how can you still hesitate to buy
and try Cardui, for your female troublest
Your suffering cannot be worse,
than that so graphically depicted by
Mrs. Hown. Go, then, today, to the
store and get a bottle o Cardul. Ithas
helped thousands of women. Why not
Give Cardai a fair and thorough
hest and it will surely help you.
Sloan's Liniment is the best remedy or sprains
It quiets the pain at once, and can be tl o the.
tenderes t part without hurting becaus itda need
to-be runbbed-all youhave to do is to lay it oe
lightly. It is apo ful prer ation and penearate
Intantly -relieves any inyamtion agg
ad nduces the swelling.
isan excellent uatieptic ad ger
killer-heals cuts, burns, wounds and
contruions, and will draw the poism
fr.ma stirg poiom insects.
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amem~rs bee em~ L hes s at sep me goll-eu ~ h
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