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Heat Form of Energy.
The evidence that heat is a form of
energy rather than a fluid is furnished
by the fact that heat can be produced
practically to an unlimited degree in
any given body by the application of
mechanical energy. If heat were a
kind of fluid, it would be discernible
in the body at any time, and could not
be increased merely by pounding it. A
bar of iron, for example, can be heat
ed simply by the process of hammer
ing. That fact is consistent with the
hypothesis that heat is a form of en
ergy. The hammering sets up rapid
molecular motion w!thin the body, and
that rapid molecular motion is synony
mous with heat. Cold is simply the
absence of heat.
A Possible Meaning.
"What is the meaning of this phrase,
the higher, the fewer'?"
"It may allude to the oysters in a
THAT IS, something is wron
just what it is. All moth
lassitude, weakness, loss o
heavy breathing, and lack of ir
are the symptoms of sickness.
worms, croup, diphtheria, or sci
Give the child Castoria. It wil
operation, open the pores of
matter, and drive away the th
Genuine Castoria always bears the si
414 Recoil of Big Guns.
Most people know that when an or
dinary rifle is fired it "kicks," and,
indeed, will knock a man down unless
he holds the rifle butt close to his
shoulder. It can be imagined, there
fore, what a gigantic "kick" a big field
gun can give.
It has always been one of the prob
lems to solve in firing these big guns,
how to control the recoil. If it were
not controlled the gun would jump
back anything up to fifty yards, not
only prbbably smashing itself up,
but killing the gunners as well.
Springs and air chambers, of
course, have been used, but it was
found that they quickly got out of
The problem was solved by filling
the special recoil chambers with a
compound of which glycerin is the
"How does money talk?"
"It talks cents."
Stop That Backache!
There's nothing more discouraging
than a constant backache. You are
lame when you awake. Pains pierce you
when you bend or lift. It's hard to rest
and next day it's the same old story.
Pain in the back is nature's warning of
kidney ills. Neglect may pave the way
to dropsy, gravel, or other serious kid
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Mrs. M. E. H-ad- "Eury,
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a nd my kidneys\
didn't act right.
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GILBERT BROS. & 00., ins.,
"Father, you know a lot about bat.
ties and skirmishes. Did you ever exe
cute a strategic retreat?"
"My son, doesn't the fact that after
twenty years of married life I am still
the nominal head of this faintly prove
that 1 am some strategist?"
Not Gray Hairs but Tired Eyes
make us look older than we are. Keep your
Eyes young and you will look young After
the Movies always Murine Your Eyes
Don't tell your age.
Sometimes you can help your
friends by not giving them advice.
Don't try to understand a woman
and you may succeed.
For obstinate sores use Hanford's
But the greatest necessitly in a
man's life is money.
g with baby, but we can't tell
ers recognize the term by the
f appetite, inclination to sleep,
iterest shown by baby. These
It may be fever, congestion,
trlatina. Do not lose a minute.
I start the digestive organs into
the skin, carry off the foetid
Serbia's King Arthur.
The picture, "King Marko Returns
to Head His People," on the Serbian
flag day posters is based on one of the
most popular of Serbian legends, the
Pall Mall Gazette says. Marko, who
ranks as the Serbian King Arthur, was
the son of King Vukashin, whom he
denounced for usurping the throne,
which rightly belonged to Urosh, son
of Dushan. Vukashin cursed him, and
Prayed that he might have neither
tomb nor posterity, and be doomed to
serve "the tsar of the Turks." but
Urosh blessed him, and prayed that
he might know no equal in wisdom or
prowess, and be remembered as long
as the earth endured.
"Thus they spake, and thus it came
to pass," says an old Serbian ballad.
Marko fought for the sultan, but "the
sultan feared him, for his wrath was
terrible," and, though he knew no sep
ulture, he lived, says the legends, for
300 years. He still lives in the hearts
of patriotic Serbians, many of whom
believe that one day he will awake
and come forth to restore the glories
of the former empire.
Coal Miner's Dilemma.
A new regulation in a certain coal
mine required that each man mark
with chalk the number of every car
of coal mined.
One man named Rudolph, having
filled the eleventh car, marked it with
a No. 1 and, after pondering a while,
let it go at that.
Another miner, happening to notice
wvhat lhe thought wvas a mistake, called
Rudolph's atention to the fact that
lie had markedl the car No. 1 instead
"Yes, I know," said Rudolph; "but 1
can't tink wh'lich side (de odder wvan go
Not Even Enough for Wings.
May--No. George, it cannot be. 1
am not good enough to b)e your wife.
George-What nonsense, (dear! You
are an angel!
May--George, even an angel could
not be happy with a man who had
only $1,200 a year and feathers the
price they are!
TURN OVER TIME
When Nature Hints About the Food.
When there's np relish to food and
all that one eats doesn't seem to do
any good then Is the time to make a
turn-over in the diet, for that's Na
ture's way of dropping a hint that the
food isn't the kind required.
"For a number of years I followed
railroad work, much of it being office
work of a trying nature. Meal times
were our busiest; and eating too much
and too quickly of food such as is
commonly served in hotels and res
taurants, together with the sedentary
habits, were not long in giving me dys
pepsia and stomach trouble which re
duced my weight from 205 to 160
"There was little relish in any food
and none of it seemed to do me any
good. It seemed the more I ate the
poorer I got and was always hungry
before another meal, no matter how
much 1 had eaten.
"Then I commenced a trial of Grape
Nuts food, and was surprised how a
small saucer of it would carry me
along, strong, and wilth satisfied appe
tite, until the next meal, with no sen
sations of hunger, weakness or dis
tress as before.
"I have been following this diet now
for several months and my Improve
ment has been so great all the others
in my family have taken up the use
of Grape-Nuts withi complete satisfac
tion and much improvement in health.
"Most people eat hurriedly, have
lots of worry, thus hindering digestion
and therefore need a food that is pro
digested and concentrated iln nourish
"There's a Reason."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
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(Dy E. O. SELLERS, Acting Director o1
Sunday School Course of Moody Bible
Institute of Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1916. Western Newspaper Union.)
LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 14
DANIEL IN THE KING'S COURT.
LESSON TEXT-Daniel 1:8-16. 19. 20.
GOLDEN TEXT-Watch ye, stand fast
in the faith, quit you like men, be strong.
-I Cor. 16:13.
This familiar story has been select
ed for the "World's Temperance Sun
day"-it is the first record of his
Babylonian experiences and is an 11
lustrious example of those everlasting
principles which govern a successful
I. Daniel's Position, vv. 1-7. Ne
buchadnezzar, on the death of his
father, returned to Babylon from be
sieging Jerusalem to take the throne.
He carried with him Jehoiakim and a
number of young men, "in whom was
no blemish" (14). They were perhaps
twelve years old. Among these were
four who had been particularly so
lected for pious training and the name
of each is compounded with the name
of God; Daniel's meaning-"God is my
judge." They are now alone in a
licentious heathen palace and abso
lutely at the power of the king and
his court. Their names are now
changed; Daniel becomes Delteshaz
zar-"favored of Del." Such changing
of names is customary in most heath
en or Mohammedan lands even today.
A still greater danger or temptation
confronts these young men, viz., that
the king appointed them "a daily por
tion of the king's meat" (Am. Rev. v.
5). To refuse to eat invited ridicule
and perhaps loss of life, but to eat
was to break the Jewish law as to
food (Deut. 12:23-25). See also (I
Cor. 8:7-10; 10:27-28). Their captiv
ity had been foretold (II Kings 20:17),
but a change of location and name
does not involve a change of heart, as
many a tempted one has discovered.
These men in spite of natural appe
tites, danger of being thought pecu
liar, or even gratitude to king for lives
preserved refused to eat the king's
meat and to drink his wine.
11. Daniel's Purpose, 18:13. The
real purpose of a man's heart not
alone governs his acts but reveals
what. he is-God looks upon that when
he judges men (11 Cor. 9:7; 8:12;
Luke 16:15). "Without will (purpose)
there is no character " (Acts 11:23).
Daniel purposed "in his heart" not to
defile "himself." No compromise, no
trimming because of being away from
home, no partnership with the rich
and opulent court. Daniel was to be
"as clean as a hound's tooth." Men
who dare to stand alone always find
co'-operation, so Daniel found those
who stood by him (v. 12). Daniel ex
ercised great tact in his dealings with
the prince of the eunuchs but God
had evidenced his protecting and lead
ing care (v. 9) enabling him to win
his way and persuade the eunuch to
allow the suggested test (v. 12). If
Christian workers would exer-cise
more tact they would more frequently
attain their desired ends (Luke 16:8).
It is possible to he so unbendingly
pulritanical as to lay us openf to- a
charge of pharisaical pride. Daniel
illustrates spotless purity, inflexible
loyalty mingled with a sweet reason
ableness that always gains its ends.
Daniel had sufficient confidence in his
God and faith in his actions to be will
ing to be submitted to the acid test
of experience. His was a religion
that could stand without being tied.
Ill. Daniel's Profit (Reward), vv. 14
21. Pulse denotes such vegetables as
beans and peas. Their diet was to be
a general vegetable one. Samson as
a Nazarite drank no wine. This age
has yet to fully comprehend .the
reasonableness and efficacy of those
ancient Jewish laws of sanitation and
diet. Myriads of men are today dig
ging their graves with their teeth.
The result of this test was that Daniel
and his companions were delivered
from transgressing God's laws and
the prince of the eunuchs from being
punishedl beause of the physical con
dition of his charges. Beauty, health,
andl strength came to Daniel anid his
friends with~ the result of preferment,
position, andl influence at court (v.
19). They "stood before the king,"
(Rom. 14:10-12; I Cor. 3:10-15; II Cor.
6.9); (a) because of their unswerving
loyalty to God and obedience to his
Word (.John 14-15; 16:26 R. V.); (b)
because of their life of prayer, for it is
the work of the Holy Spirit to give
unto us wisdlom (Luke 2:15, Acts 6:
10) even as Daniel wvas thus blessed
(v. 17) the spir'it bestows diverse gifts
(I Cor. 12:1-4-11); (c) and finally be
cause having a special place in the
purposes and plans of God their lives
were countedl precioun in his sight (v.
27). Verily, "ie that doeth the will of
God abidethi forever."
Temperance Appiication.-This les
son suggests the value of total ab
"No user of tobacco has ever taken
first honor at IIrvard."-Lcngfellow.
Temperance and self-control must
begin in tihe home and be perpetuated
in the strength and power of God1
which alone comes through an intelli
gent knowledge and obedience of his
Word. Thore is no way to win su
coss except by means of a complete
victory; to compromise is to fall.
The loyalty of such is not earth
born and their victo les are superhu.
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whisky with it."lso oHsLc fHir i ~g ihte.
"What if I do? You subscribed to Sado iyrgthn "psi
the war loan, didn't you?" H a ahlr sbl sabl itcly"pae oais Nti
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with it."Slowsawdwfiftadfr plato myhnsith pron fa
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lend me money to buy whisky with 'oha iealieogfin ofhrh seftdne'egtyasao*n
than to lendi money to the allies to lt isa~,RbnMcry n hshsbe tm os vrsne
spend on guns and ammunition?"--ngtlewst ofrhrhshn
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I told hIm if he used Tetterlne hie would
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mall from the manufacturer, The Shtup- ' inlm ofte at? I nw i.
trine Co., Savannah, Ga.
With every mall order for Tetterine we oi 1( aehi;Ishl ee o-LcyBek
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Planning. Ai hstolvswr lgtd elesdigviywlbth
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my old onie and( make it look perfectlyprte on vry abl shwg t Ncsay
disgraceful my wife will make meQune drvsot alra th Ion tthe ifetiee'nxt ek.
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isymphony concert yesterday." adfun r' ldmn? 10.Ay
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