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HlIl CALOMEL. MA
CLEAN LIVER Al
Just Once! Try "Dodson's Ili
Liven up your sluggish live'r! Feel
flue and cheerful; make your work a
pleasure; be vigorous and full of am
bition. But take no nasty, dangei'
ous calomel, because it makes you
sick and 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
Listen to me! If you want to enjoy
the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel
cleansing you ever experienced just
take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's
Liver Tone. Your druggist or dealer
sells you a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone under my personal money.
Teddy Bear Saves Child.
A teddy bear saved Grace Mower,
five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Mower, from injuiry. Mr. Mower
is the agent of the St. Paul railway
and the family lives on the second
floor of the depot building.
The little girl was playing in one of
the windows when the screen gave
way and she fell to the brick walk.
She held the teddy bear tightly in her
arms and thus fell on it, preventing
death or serious injury.-Cottonwood
(S. D.) Dispatch to New York Sun.
The Right Time.
"Your father must have been in a
very good humor when he let you get
a motor cycle."
"Ah! I seized the cycle-logical mo.
ment to ask for it."
From tropical Hawai
most luscious pineapi
California, where the tenderest asparagi
care and cleanliness back of both is a m
Insist on Libby'.
The Experienced i
And She'll 7
is blended just ri
bacco by a thoroui
It has less ill effe
and is so soft, me
that it puts that g<
smile on your f
there. It deserves
utation as "The
The Green Labels A;
Jf your dealer won't si
with satisfying TUB)
SNUFF, send us 5e for a
tin or 60c for 12 cans.
Brown & Williamson To
Dept. L WINSTON-S:
10c Worth of
Will Clear $1.00 W
Cet rid of ti
big crops ora
is the time to
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Writ e rF
?8 YOU SICK!
0 BOWELS MY WAY
rer Tone" When Bilious, Constl
't Lose a Day's Work,
back guarantee that each spoonful
will clean your sluggish liver better
than a dose of nasty calomel and that
it won't make you sick.
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver
medicine. You'll know it next morn
ing, because you will wake up feel.
ing fine, your liver will be working,
your headache and dizziness gone,
your stomach will be sweet and your
Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely
vegetable, therefore harmless and
cannot salivate. Give it to your chil.
dren. Millions of people are using
Dodson's Liver Tone instead of dan.
gerous calomel now. Your druggist
will tell you that the sale of calomel
is almost stopped entirely here.
Jimmie's mother had promised to
give him five cents every day provid.
ed he would keep out of mischief.
The other day when the boy came
home from school, she opened her
purse and asked; "Have you been a
good boy today, Jimmie?"
The youngster hesitated a moment
and then said: "I'll tell you what,
mother. You give me two cents and
ask no questions."
Not Gray hairs but Tired Eyes
make us look older than wo are. Keep your
Eyes young and you will look young. After
the Movies always Murino Your Eyes
Don't tell your age.
Every time two women go to a
matinee together they call it a theater
Ss from Sunny
i, home of the sweetest,
le, comes the one; and
is grows, supplies the other. The Libby
arrant of a product that will please you.
at your grocer's.
~nuff User Knows
ell You That
ght from good to
rhly clean process.
ct on the nerves;
llow and soothing
od, old contented
ace, and keeps it
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rth of Land
te stumps and grow
cleared land. Now
clean up your farm
ts bring high prices. Blasting is
aipest and easiest with Low Freez..
Explosives. They work in cold
te Handbook of Explosives No. 69F.
d name of nearest dealer.
4T POWDER COMPANY
wry E O. SELES, Acting Director of
the unday School Course, the Moody
Bible Institute, Chicago.)
LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 7
JOASH REPAIRS THE TEMPLE.
LESSON TEXT-II Kings 12:4-16.
GOLDEN TEXT-God loveth a cheerful
river.-II Cor. 9:7.
The time of this lesson was about
878 U. C., and it follows within a few
years last Sunday's lesson. Inaugu
rated as king and instructed by a
faithful priest, yet Joash discovered
great lethargy on the part of the
priestly class with regard to the house
of God. He set himself to arouse great
liberality and to repair the temple.
I. . Lethargy, v. 4, 8. (1) Its cause.
We should read in this connection II
Chron. 24. From the two accounts
and the previous history of the na
tion we conclude that the condition
of the temple was due, (a) to the
weak and frequently vicious charac
ters of the rulers of the nation; (b)
to the evil companions of both princes
and priests and (c) to the cupidity of
court and curate. (2) The result of
this lethargy regarding God's cause
was evidenced (a) upon the temple,
and (b) upon the lives of the people
of the kingdom. (3) The cure. Joash
instituted great reforms in Judah and
in these Jehoiada the priest (v. 2) had
no small part. In this particular les
son the prince (v. 7) seems to lead
the priest. Unfortunately the godly
priest did not long survive the crown
ing of Joash and hence when he came
under other influences he soon went
back to the evil practices of his prede
cessors and his reign ended in an
eclipse of evil (II Chron. 24:15-26).
In this lesson we have, however, a
suggestion of what is needed to cure
religious lethargy. (a) A vision of
the real condition of affairs (v. 7;
also II Chron. 24:7). Joash saw the
resultant ruin of the temple after
15 years of misrule; he also saw
the misconduct of the priests and
did not hesitate to call them to
account. 'Tis no easy task to un
dertake a reformation and restoration
such as this; witness Moses, Luther,
Wesley and Cary. These priests had
aided him to gain his throne and
doubtless had had a part in his boy
hood training. Joash had inaugu
rated certain reforms before he be
gan this task which suggests the sec
ond need of (b) persistence (see I
Chron. 24:5, 6). Such work also de
mands (c) systematic effort and giv
ing. Joash placed himself among Is
rael's best kings by undertaking the
restoration of the temple and won a
place alongside of Hezekiah and Jo
siah. Modern churches are not, strict.
ly speaking, "a house of the Lord"
such as the Jewish temple, yet th
condition of many of our churches
would indicate tgreat indifference to
the cause of the kingdom. Our bod
les are indeed a "temple" I Cor. 3:
16; 6:19) and both the. body and
church buildings alike should be kept
in proper condition.
ii. Liberality, vs. 9-15. The plan to
have the priests gather funds for the
repairs was Scripterai. (Exod. 25:
2-8) God does not look upon the
measure but upon the motive of our
gifts (II Cor. 8:12). The priests did
not "hasten the matter" so the king
took it into his own hands (v. 9).
In this remissness Jeholada, as the
chief priest, is field accountable for
all (v. 7).
We have in this story a rich sug
gestion as to God's plan of Christian
giving. (1) The object. It was dis
tinctly for the glory of God and not
to outbid others or to wastefully use
the money for selfish purposes. (2)
All were to participate voluntarily,
out of their abundance (II Chiron.
24:10), systematically and faithfully.
(3) The results were a house repaired
(II Chron. 24:12), beautiful (II Chron.
24:13) with the worship restored (II
Chron. 24:14). Joashi seenms to have
laid great emphasis upon the "taber
nacle of witness" (24:6) and we need
to recall that each and every part
of that temple was a testimony to the
truth of God and had in it a spiritual
suggestion andl prophecy. As a whole,
it suggesten that God dwelt in the
midst of his people. The sonls of
Athialiah (Joashi's grandmother) had
so conducted themselves as to cause
it to needl repairing (II Chron. 24:7).
When we turn to II Chron. 24:8-14 and
road the record of the restoration of
the temple, we discover: (1) Each
had its part in the work. (2) Each
did a "perfect'' work, e. g., did his
task faithfully, fully and to a finish.
(3) Each (did an orderly work, "in hise
state." None sought to supliant or
defraud othera in the work assigned.
(4) Each did a strong work, it was
"strengthlenedl" and not a trilling wvork
as men-pleasers or for the moment.
- Try more prayer and like Joash,
give the people a chance and there
will be no lack.
Again, note that they dealt "faitha
fully." We need to exercise faithful
ness in our relations to God andi in
the use of that which he intrusts to
Man andl God alike will have con
fidence in us according to the method
whereby we receive and expend
These runds were expended in a
businesslike way (V. .1l, 12. II Chron
24:11), and this doubtless added
much to the size of the gifts.
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Where Money Fails.
"I'm afraid that the rich have too
much power in this country," said the
student of political economy.
"That may be true in some cases,"
admitted the observant person, "but
I notice that when a rich man is in
a deuce of a hurry to get a telephone
number he has to wait about as long
as anybody else."
What the Doctor Knows
KIDNBYS MUST BB RIGHT TO
Few people realize to what extent their
health depends upon the condition of th<
The physician in nearly all cases of se
rious illness, makes a chemical analysit
of the patient's urine. He knows that un
less the kidneys are doing their worl
properly, the other organs cannot readil:
be brought back to health and strength.
When the kidneys are neglected o
abused in any way, serious results are sur,
to follow. Therefore, it is particular].
necessary to pay more attention to th
health of these important organs.
An ideal herbal compound that has ha<
remarkable success as a kidney remedy ii
Dr. Kimer's Swamp-Root.
The mild and heal ingfluence of this
proeratio, ti ot orasens anoon real
bzed abrorigthc to heathrnd stenth.an
abusfed tinony ay throsesults hare ure
necenr o kidy rqure attention t
Dget ln' Swamp-Root. efomaypa
preparatn in ost casery drgis in real
tieds aordingwo izswon statmens0.
Herier, tsimon yof tihofise who haet us
grea reedy. ,sndtn et t r
Kilmen y or kidnehamtonire attenton
gSwampot ne rngbms and
macytion tis sopap erAdrugs io
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great lrpt onu that tena centubodub
wasnting hsomaeAvr entig
"If you are a friend of mine, why
did( you standi there and listen to
"Wecll, I'm a friend of his, too."
Are Usually Fresh and Clear, Soft and
- Vplvety.__Try One.
The Soap to cleanse and purify, the
Ointment to soothe and heal. Thus
these supercreamy emollients promote
and maintain the natural ipurity and
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hands under condhitions which if neg
lected might disflgure them.'
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A man never' gets over thiniking how
smar't lhe is t6 hlave almost succeeded~
. The Newest Disc,
Tis is a recent discovery of lDoctoi
Pierce, who is hmeadl of the inva'~lida
Hotel and Surgical institute at iHuiIa:o
N. Y. Experiments at D~r. P'iere'
Hospital for sever'al years proved t hal
there is no other eliminator' of urb'i
acid that can be compared to it. hIo
those easily recognized symiptoms 0;
infilammnation--as backache, scald ing
urine and frequent urination, as wel
as sedimenlt in the urine, or if ui<i
acid in tihe blood has caused rheunma
tism, it is simply wonderful how suro'
ly "Anuric" acts. The best of results ar<
always obtained in cases of acutu
rheumatism in the joints, in grave
and gout, and invariably the pains an<
stiffness which so frequently and per
sistently accompany the dlisease ray
Go to your nearest drug storo ani
aimply ask fer a r0ctn packna o
Children Cry For
What is CASTORlA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Par'e
gorse, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years its
has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation
Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles an(
Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,
assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
n Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
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Had Experience. The Right of Way.
"So," said the old general, "you "Where was it the students of this
think you would make a good valet college had such a broil last year?"
for an old wreck like me, do you? I "I guess it was on the gridiron."
have a glass eye, a wooden leg and a
wax arm that need looking after; not NEVER HAT) A CMLL
to mention false teeth, and so forth." After 'iating El IXIR HAIlER
"Oh hats al 'My little dau ghter, 10, years old, suffered
"Oh, that's all right, general," re- nearly a year with chlk and fever, most of the
ied the applicant, enthusiastically;dotor's care. I was disou
l~Id teapiatenhssicly; aged and a friend n'iscd mes, to try Elixir
"I've had lots of experience. I worked sitbel. I gave it to her and she has never had
six years in the assembling depart-ered her." Mrs.
six yars n th assmblig deart-Cyrus Ielins, 302 I, St., N. it., W'ashington, D. 0.
mont of a big motor car factory."- Elixir Itabek 50 cents, all druggists or by
Titdits.Parcels Poat prep~aid from Hloczowski & Co.,
Tit-Bits.washigton, . C.
"dealie a woman and she doesn't
"care if u e in t understood.
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MINISTER'S WIFE FrEeyKn
I Tells of Her yeng Suffering and
How She Found Relief. Husband
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Ian awfuleverey o Typhad myveruieSris
frinds andpse wculeft sle for aou try is tf ek
woud cofdtn, hacht gotre al mthn
toime Was slee nerou, .could dnone OlstayOpnWons
of the rk aln hafo flee manutes, and alEten Ijui
I then bregua tai. .C ayroun fersbot
improvng andu nor so veryln fe-Pie2c and $1.0
wreds I sold'to glee tor foururr
AtrIhdtknfu'or five nihsatatm. h otorsAlDe er ..HafdMg.C
to wake abe toeeprn of my Cold d (1noneUB.N.
ofmy Onwork, and Ia gt bkee a cor. -
ec hadtalennditfon ol I hafeltena
soimprousn and ent mnded, inc fe
myils...I was as able to ren-f ycokadd
tulrn to schlool and resume my studies i
and my piano lessons at Trinity Col- Ol8dB Alnln
lege where I was in attendance." Teem erfcdm iiuims
Rev, Mr I. Fry writes: "She cannot aesyhh o ap' Iq t d~ lla
praise Cardul too highly. It Is wellf witc~doI
worth what it costs. I will recommend
it to any lady in p~oor health."
Can you doubt the merit of Cardul, TeSoy~teS rp
in the face of such evidlence? Give ita a rpe u hotueea
trial. All good druggists sell C'ardul. OrTaoeS
Something Better to Watch.
"Do your men watch th~e clock?''
"Not since I hired that pretty ste
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