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Constipated Take "Dodson
You're bilious! ' Your liver is slug
gish! You feel lazy, dizzy and all
knocked out. Your head is dull, your
tongue is coated; breath bad; stomach
sour and bowels constipated. But don't
take salivating calomel. It makes you
sick, you may lose a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which' causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel crashes into sour bile like
dynamite, breaking it up. That's when
you feel that awful nausea and cramp.
If you want to enjoy the nicest, gen
tlest liver and bowel cleansing you
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of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Your
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bottle of Dodson's Liver Touie under
my personal money-back guarantee
that each spoonful will clean your I
Npt In It.
Oldboy-I suppose your many ad
'imirers are getting jealous of me?
Miss Liveleigh-Oh, no! On account
your age they all think you are call
g on mother.-Judge.
enever You Need a General Tonic1
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
ill Tonic is equally valuable as a
eneral Tonic because it contains the
ell known tonic propertier of QUININE
d IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
ut Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
uilds up the Whole System. 50 cents
"What are you wearing that long
J ce for, professor?"
"Reason enough, doctor. I've just
cen to call on my old friend Privy
ouncilor Schulze-and what should
do but leave iny bread ticket instead
% of my visiting card."
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The Longest Step.
From the powder factory to a life
insurance company Is about as long a
step as a man can take in this world.
It's a Picnic Getting
If you C
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Chicken Loaf Fruit Preserve
Tere i t-n vretisfcfe
and just as many varieties of flavor.
Very few people are able to tell these
varieties apart merely from appearance.
Thero is; n way, however, for you to
be sure ot' the coffoo you buy. Over
a million other women get good coffee
every time they make it, by using
With Arbuckles', you too can r-et
the spatrkling color and fine, full flavor
that mnake thin the coffee over a million
women d~elight in serving, especially
Better than ever
Y, IT SIOK NSI
10 SALIVATING 8DRUG
iur Liver Is Sluggish or Bowels
s Liver Tone."-It's Fine!
sluggish liver better than a dose of
nasty calomel and that it won't make
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver
medicine. You'll know it next morn
ing because you will wake up feeling
fine, your liver will be working, your
headache and dizziness gone, your
stomrch will be sweet and your bowels
regular. You will feel like working;
you'll be cheerful; full of vigor and,
Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely
vegetable, therefore harmless and can
not salivate. Give it to your children!
Millions of people are using Dodson 's
Liver Tone instead of dangerous cal
omel now. Your druggist will tell you
that the sale of calomel is almost
stopped entirely here.
"Guess I'd better order a few going
away gowns." said she brightly.
"Nix on the going-away gowns, my
dear," said her husband gloomily. "I
can't afford to take you anywhere
"All right," was the cheerful ro
spJonse. "Then I'll Just order a fevs
staying at home gowns."
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And most of the people who try to
indicate themselves by saying they
lid the best they could, didn't.
A man may be willing to admit that
le Is a coward, but how lie resents
meh an inference from another!
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s Jellies Apple Butter
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ByE. O. SELLERS. Acting Director of
Sunday School Courso, The Aloody Bible
titute of Chicago.)
LESSON FOR JULY 18
SOLOMON CHOOSES WISDOM.
LESSON TEIXT-1 Kings 3:4-15.
GOLDI'N TiiXT-The fear of Jehovah
a the beginning of wisdom. Prov. 9:10
Last week we had the story of a
toung man whose childhood was un
estrained and ungoverned, who
proved to be a sad failure, unable to
govern the kingdom he so much de
dred. Today, by contrast, we rudy
:he life of a younger brother, 'ho,
inder better influences, chose the way
:hat leads to true success. Emphasize
;herefore the fact that this Sunday is
1. Solomon's Part (IV. 3-9) (1)
'reparation (v. 3). Solomon was look
ng out of the open gateway of life.
3till the text suggests that there was
>reparation for his hearing of God's
vonderful promise. "Ask what I shall
ive thee." (a) He "loved the Lord"
(v. 3). It was a wonderful kingdom
David had bequeathed to his son,
nough to entice any young man, yet
:t was in the "statutes of David" and
.n the worship of Jehovah that Solo
'non had his chief delight. (b) He
'went to Gibeon" (v. 4) because there
it the tabernacle (the temple was
.it yet built) Jehovah particularly
:uanifested himself to the people (1
Nhron. 21:29; Ex. 29:42, 43 R. V.).
(2) Presentation (v. 4)' le offered
'burnt offerings," a thousand, wheri
.egally one would have sufficed. The
:abernacle was a type of Christ (.John
1:14 R. V. and John 14:6) and each
)f the one thousarwl sacrifices also
pointed forward to the Christ. The
'hristian has a better ground where
)u to approach God (Heb. 10:1-22)
:han that of countless sacrifices of
:ams and bulls.
.(3) Revelation (v. 5). God appeared
lo Solomon in a dream, we have a
better revelation in Jesus and the in.
5pired Word, still It was a real ap
iearance to him as subsequent events
;rove. (Gen. 28:12, 13; Matt. 1:20;
Acts 18:9, 10). Scientists themselves
,onfess that they know comparatively
ittle about dreams. That God car
ind does even In modern times giv
is revelations of truth by such meani
;s witnessed by the book by the lat(
Dr. A. J. Gordon, "Ilow Christ Cam
:o Ohurch." That dream transforme'
(4) Position (vv. 6, 7). In reply t
jod's wonderful permission to Sob
-non, the setting before him of hi
infinite resources, Solomon first c
Dll acknowledged his debt to David
iis Lather. God's kindness, his faitl
fulness and "bounty" (marg.) t
David had been according to the mar
ner of his walking in "upright.ess o
heart": andl to crown that kindnesn
he, Solomon, is "thle son to sit on hi
throne." This acknowledgment inl
v'olved a dlefinite obligation o
ser'vice for which Solomon fel
(5) Petition (vv 8. 9). Seeing thi
greatness of the resplonsibiliity nov
resting (v. 8) upon01 him Solomon':
plea is for wisdomi. A lreadiy lhe hat
ihown that he had in hinm the root o
rue wisdlom (Prov. 1: 7 and Goldem
rext). Solomon seemed to reailivo hi
responiillity. first to God and( the:
to the people, for lie said, "W\ho I:
rhle to .judge this Thy great people'
R. V. This Is thle t rue and right rein
tion of (1ut1y, pulic' or1 private. Got
first, the poplle atft erwarId. Solomoi
asked( for a. 'hearing heart'' (see H
V. miarg.). Such at r('quest was o
more valuen thtan great riches (Pr'ov
3:13-1 8) and was in line with his fa
ther David's petit ion (I Chron. 22:12
29:19); aniothler' suggestion as to hov
fathers should pray for their sons
Iil. God's Part, vv. 10-15. (1) Hi:
Pleasure (vv. 10. 11). Solomon hat
not askied for self, for pleasure nto
tor- earthly power' anmd hence God's de
light. God delights In an intelligen
prayer (P~rov. 15: 8). It is a greate~
thing to make a speech that please
'0(d than one to please man. Vers
Mleven tells of some of the thIngs Sol
amon might have asked for, an
wyhich doubtless many of is wvoul
have asked uinder the same circun:
(2) His Performance (,. 12). ThI
Solomoni made a more wvise choice
hence God's lelasumre to (10 not 0111:
allihe had asked, according to hi
human words. htut more also (Ephl
3:20). Ills name1 has become
proverbl, synonymouis withI the great
est wisdomi t v. 25. Ch. 4:29-34; 5:13
rtc.). Seeking what seemed to b~e th
minor thing God gave him the hos
(Matt. ;: 33: Rom. 5:32; Ch. 10: 23-29
andl "that whichd thou hast not asked.
(3) His Promise (v. 14). As thoug
to heap upl Is goodness, as a sort c
a rewardl of met(rit, (God offered Sol(
men "long life ' on one condition onily
viz., obedi(ence. Such a promise i
ours and the world has yet to realiz
the wisdonm of God's ordinances fc
the good of our physical well bemn
(Dent. 5:16n: 25:15: Prov. 3:1; 14:1.
23; I Tim. 1:St. All of God's pron
ises are conditioned tupon our ob~ed
ence. it is sad to think that with a
of his wisdlom Solomon failed to lear
the wisdom of obedience (I Kink
11:i2) and died a comparativel
IS NOW CORED
Iillsboro, Ala.-J. W. Turner, of this
place, says: "I ought to have written
you two weeks ago, but failed to do so.
I got well and then forgot to write you.
I can get abot like a 10-year-old boy;
you ought to see ine run around and tend
to my farm. I can go all day just like I I
used to. I am so thankful to know there I
is such a good remedy to cure people of It
There is no longer any doubt that pl .
lagra can be cured. Don't delay unfil
it is too late. It is your duty to consult
the resourceful Baughn.
The symptoms-hands red like sunburn,
skin peeling off, sore mouth, the lips,
throat and tongue a flaming red, with
much mucus and choking; indigestion and
nausea, either diarrhoea or constipation.
There is hope; get flaughn's big Free
book on Pellagra and learn about tihe
reinedy for Pellagra that has at last, been
found. Address American Compounding
Co., box 2090, ,basper, Ala., remembering
money is refunded in any case where the
remedy fails to cure. --Adv.
When telling the story of the Iil
grim Fathers to the children of a pri
mary grade in a large city the leader
tried to iipress upon them the fact
that the country was barren at that
time. Later they were told of the
planting, the harvest. the great feast,
and the thankful attitude of thove
early settlers. Fiially she asked:
"What did the Pilgrims (o after the
After a moment's silence a little
girl said, "They went by the mnovinig
A gentleman in deliverilig 0110 of a
series of addresses excusel ld himslf
one evening for being unable to speak
oil several points. tle mice, lie said,
having destroyed part of his notes.
Later, while visiting in the neighbor
hood, he asked one man:
"Were you at any of my lectures,
IRooney-Andeed I was, yer' honor;
all of them.
Lecturer-Which one did you like
Roney-The one the mice was at,
Hard on Her.
"This ten o'clock closing As a nuils
ance," observed a sTiawled lady to her
"Well, what difference does it make
to you, seein' you never drink?"
"Why, once my 'usband always
come 'ome at eleven after we was. all
in bed, and glad he was to get any
bit.s of supper left for 'im. But now
-he's in at ten, and the trouble I 'ave
to get anything he fancies you can't
"Well, Tommy, I sippose you are
f entitled to something nice as a re
ward for gra(uating from the public
school." said the friendly aunt. "What
has your father planned for you?
"He says I canl hell) take care of the
garden dur1' ing the su mmini'er vacation,"
siaidl TIommiy, ''anid ever'y time I think
of it I wish I had failed ini my exam
When a mani's sins thnd him out
they are apt to hiiang a round unatil lie
comelis ini aga in.
Modernizing the Roundup.
FEach year seems to give the auto
nobile a new hold on life. The war
rought it to the forefront in a new
leld. The soldier of the present day
soldon makes long forced marches
Ike Sherman's march to the sea. He
ravels by motor car. As a result, the
tutomobile casualty list is tremen
lous; the average life of a car In the
)attle line is estimated at thirty days.
3ut it is not only the war zone that
ias lost part of its picturesqueness
brough the use of the automobile,
rho latter has begun to rob the an
tual cattle roundup of some of its
hrills by replacing the horse. This
'ear has seen the ubiquitous car with
t cowboy at its wheel on our western
>rairies, discouraging the cattle from
tttempts to escale from the ever-nar
'owing circle In the roundup. Many a
iteer which has given a cowl horse a
'in must feel disconcerted when it
ticks up against the four-wheeled
iteed.-Wall Street Journal.
"What were you doing so long at
".\erely awaliting (eveloilents."
T HAT INFANTS are peculiarly
preparations, all of which are
snallest doses, if continued, tl
tions and growth of the cells which
imbecility, mental perversion, a cravir
Nervous diseases. such as intractable
powers are a result of dosing with opi
in their infancy. Tho rulo among 1.
receive opiates in the smallest doses
only then if unavoidable.
The administration of Anodynes,
other narcotics to children by any bi
decried, and the druggist should not
need the attention of a physician,
dose them willfully with narcotics.
Castoria contains no narcotics if
signature of Chias. 11. Fletcher.
Genuine Castorla always bears the i
"low utppitislh that gil is!"
"No wvolder. Ier father nade his:
ioney building sk yseiraipers."
"I see they are haviig fresh arth.
quake shocks in California."
"Yes; criticized i as it is, I prefe
our ground rent system to the oil(
they have out there.".
"Who's going to umpire the bai
"Let's get lilIggins."
"Why, he'd make a good umpire
lie hasn't any popularity to lose."
The War Zone.
"lave a piece of this old ngis
"Why, it looks like Sv:iss cheesc
it's full of' holes."
''Yes, I know; It got riddl'd comin
The "Tommy" on leave front th1)
fronti had been given a f(( railwa
pass to take him home to see hiI
po le. o land utilized lart of' his b]I
1101i(ay to get married. Oi tlhei r.
tiUlln jolr Iney, when the ticket illspe't
asked to see htis Pitss, lhe produiiced bi
aidenil(It his marnIriage ('ertificaite.
ITe inspector' hanided t he papt
bact(k wvith a glinuner of ia smil.
'"'This IS at ticket for' ia very liin
andt V.eaisomi' journety, younig mantl,
ho said,~ ''but ntot ont this lin'."'
w ieIndian C
lent goodness, ar<
into thin, wafer
a golden brown.
Add a little
perhaps some fr<
human hand fro
the making, anc
and sweet - rea
- a Royal dish
AN EASY WAY TO GET
RID OF UGLY PIM01LES
Bathe your face for several mIowas
with resinol soap and hot water, thett
apply a little resinol ointment wey
gently. Let this stay on ten innute.
and wash off with resinol soap and.
more hot water, finishing with a da
of cold water to close the pores. Do
this once or twice a day, and you will
be astonished to find how quickly the
healing resinol medication soothes
and cleanses the pores, removes pime
pies and blackheads, and leaves the
complexion clear and velvety.
Resinol ointment and resinol selp
stop itching instantly and speedily heal
skin humors, sores, burns, wounds and
sunburn. Sold by all druggists.-Adv..
His Reason For Thinking So.
Williamson - What books have
helped Hooker 'most?
lienderson-The ones he borrowed
from me0, I suppose. -e never re
Tihey say that marriages are made
lin Iaven, but his satanic majesty
seems to have a corner on the brim
; of Opiates.
susceptible to opium and its various
narcotic, is well known. Even in the
ieso opiates cause changes in tle tuna
ire likely to become permanent, causing
g for alcohol or narcotics in later life.
nervous dyspepsia and lack of stayin
ates or narcotics to keep children quies
hysicians is that children should never
for more than a day at a time, anl
Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and
it a physician cannot ho too strongly
be a party t) it. Chikd-en who are hr
[lud it is nothing less ti.ai a Ecrine to
it bears the
Quite Another Place.
"Di(11 he policemillan catch this man
In flarante dilictu?"
"No. lie cauglt lin in a saloon."
.Inck-1 Ihear that you have quit the
.ill-Yes; I d-spaired of ever writ.
ing u1) to ily pIu blishers' prin(ed entt
1matle ofl my work.--Life.
Fooling the Enemy.
Itail was f[alilinig steadily as the,
weary yelist plodiled on through the
Enlish iu4d. At last he spied a ig
.l i wking towV ard him10 through the
(laly he ipraglii off his machine
and aIsked te( linative:
I "How far off is tihe villago of Iop
"lust tenI miles th.' other way, sir,"
wias tIh 'cily.
g "'le otler way'" exclai med the
cyclist. "Iuit the last sigi Post. 1'
jaissed said it was in this direction."
"Ah," aidi the native, withi a know
e Ilg grinl, "btit ye see, we tudti i that
y iere pes t round so as to fog tho*s
4 erzo Zeipy in 'ittsburgh Chron.
r Temporary Reverse.
het1 ye th'l~ Io hanus ar e beginnoing t.
r feel ih' loss iv, v(I(ka.
i.laher ty (wrl l-~ion't ye boae
ainy i kl ovr it. \lar-rk me wor-ruda,
"i i'l retal:. ii ag'in before long.
I kernels of pearly
mr with their succu..
Scookedl, then rolled
bits, and toasted to
cream and sugar-.
sh berries-and the
ecks wondrous good./
:s are untouched by
m start to finish of
I come to you crisp
dy to eat from the
for hot days-and