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Word Picture of Jerusalem.
The best word-plcture of the anciei
city of Jerusalem is Pierre Loti's. 1
went thither on ai pilgrimage fro
Igypt across the. desert, along ti
same line whieh has been followed i
,he Englishl forces. "The sun risc
pale, onlinously yellow, a sun
storm, alnid threatening clouds," I
writes. "Ih'yond, a large city is gra
ually revealed, on stony and mour
ful mountains ; through the (lust ait
lashing rain it is not easy to dlisti
guish it... . . Jerusalem, reco
nlzable from all other tois, with i
formidable walls and its little c(upol
covered roofs of -.stone; Jerusaiet
gloomy and high, inclosed within I
'battletments, under a dark sky.
Russia Needs Machinery.
Russia Presents a market foi' ele
trical machines and supplies, steni
turbines and compressors, pumps, ve:
tilators, hauling machines, crane
foundry plants, lathes andi tools.
She Likes it.
"Are you fond of cheese?"
''1's, especially that 'camouflage' w
are hearing so much about lately."
Nj Weakened By
'the old family remedy--in tablet
* form-safe, sure, easy to take. No
opiates-no unpleasant after effects.
Cures colds in 24 hours-Grip in 3
days. Money back if itfails. Get the
genuine box with
- Red Top and Mr.
Hill's picture on it
24 Tablets for 25c.
At Any Drug Store
Save the Calves
Stamp ABORTION Out of oI
tierd and Keep lI Out I
expense. Write for free book)
on Abortion, "Questions a
Answers" State number
cattle in herd.
Dr. Das a noserts Vst. Co., 100 Grand Avenus, Waukesha, W
A GREAT DISCOVERY
(By J. H. Watson, M. D.)
Swollen hands, ankles, feet are due
a dropsical condition, often caused t
disordered kidneys. Naturally when ti
kidneys are deranged the blood is fill<
with poisonous waste matter, which se
tIes in the feet, ankles and wrists; or u:
der the eyes in bag-like formations.
As a remedy for those easily recognizi
mymptoms of inflammation caused by ur
acid-as scalding urine, backache and fr
quent urinatIon, as well as sediment
the urine, or if urio acid in the blood hi
caused rheumatism, lumbago, sciatic
-gout, it is simply wonderful how quick
An-u-ric acts; the pains and stiffne
rapidly disappear, for Anuric, (doubi
strength), is many times more pote
than lithia and often eliminates uric ac
as hot water melts sugar. All druggisi
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets for tl
liver and bowels have been favorab
known for nearly 50 years.
Anuric is a recert scientific discove
by Dr. Pierce, Chief of Staff at the I
valids" Hotel and Surgical Inst., in Bu
falo, N. Y. Send l0c there for a tri
pkg. of Anuric. Large package G~c.
If you wake ini the morning witha
perhaps headache, your liver is torj
system, produces sick headache, dye1
better remedy for these disorders
them just once and be eternally cor
Dr. Tut t's
- Ask fo,' and Get
--aThe Original Cougi
and Cold Remedy
--- STOPS THE WORST
-*. . -COLD IN 24 HOURS
- Best for Colds, Cougss Crou
-Sore Throat, Whooping Cous
25o and 500 at all Druggist
.and Fever. Also a Fine Gener's
Strondthaenind Tonic. **aa~
For estoring Color and
Beautytoav or ade Haii
W. N. LL, CHMARLOTEr NO.i 5On.1i
LJNA Best AU
Mr. W. H. Edgar, 49 Cooper St., At.
lanta, Georgia, writes:
"I suffered for fifteen years with
rheumatic symptoms. Peruna cured
me and I think it is the best all =
around medicine ever made. I hope
you will publish this letter for the
benefit of others who sufror."
Those who object to liquid medle
cines can procure Peruna Tablets.
Need of Haste.
It A nuua whose dutler keep him up o' b
e nights, entered a lownitown restaurant I
1n at a late hour one evening, relates an
i' exehiange. lie glanlced at the clock, t'
y then at the cnlendar, then at the menu, 4
s, from which he ordered a frugal repast, ii
if ''ien lie waited, nervously. s
ie At the end of ten minutes, he sue- t]
1- ceecded in catching his waiter's eye, ti
1- "Look here, how long am I going k
d to have to wait for that grub I or- s
d- (lered?" he inquired. 0
- "Oh, I guess it won't be long now," 1
s yawned the waiter. "In a hurry?" h
1- "In a hurry? Say, I ordered a meal
i, without meat because it is meatless tI
Ls day. And if I have to wait five min- I t;
." utes longer, it will be a 'heatless day, b)
11(1 I won't get a thing !"
WATCH YOUR SKIN IMPROVE I
When You Use Cuticura-The Soap to
' Purify and Ointment to Heal.
On rising and retiring gently smear
the face with Cuticura Ointment. Wash
off Ointment in five minutes with Cuti
e cura Soap and hot water. Continue
this treatment for ten days and note
the change in your skin. No better
toilet preparations exist.
Free sample each by mail with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere.-Adv. t
Interesting, Distinction. (
"One way to find out who likes you
and who doesn't," renarked Miss Cay- b
enne, "is to learn to play /he violin." n
"What has that to do with friend- g
"The people who like you will call
you a violinist. Those who don't will r
call you a fiddler." a
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the c
original little liver pills put up 40 years Ii
ago. They regulate liver and bowels. Ad. Y
Sometimes it is hard to see the all- i
ver side if a cloud, but it is there. Put t
, on the right glasses.
Wrigh's Indian Vegetable Pill, are im
Wly a good, old-fn.hIoned edicine for rega
11 atngth tmahliebakach e, . re uet, a r
ct box and try tm and uri,. ren a
to Eai an n
of A man or letters imay be jealous if i
, iws wife gets a feW. I
A North Carolina Woman Speaks i
Whitakers, N. C.-"I suffered front a
backache, frequent, 7
scant urine, rheu- i
to atic pains and a
w o rn-o ut feeling, 0
tr also had spellswith c
-my heart and swvell- t
lng of feet and an- ~
- kies. I learned of nl
Dr. Pierce's Anuric ti
i. ;, ' ad used a sample s
n f(I package and then S
s5 ordlered a full-size n
package. This relieved me and I Ir<
gained considerably ; it also relIeved I
he meI of headache from whIch I suffered0
it very much. Anuric is fine for the kid
Id neys"-MRIS. SARAH A. SHIEARIN. I
S If you wish to send a sample of your C
y water to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, r
Buiffalo, N. Y., and describe your symp- j
.y toms, samie ill be examined without 2
-any expense to you, and Dr. Pierce or n
Ils staff of Assisting Physicians will t
Inform you truthfully.--Adv.
bad taste in the mouth, coated tongue,
id. A torpid liver deranges the whole F
'epsia, costiveness and piles. There is no
than DR. TUJTT'S LIVER PILLS. Try dl
vinced. For sale by all druggists,.n
Liver P is
"Githierty keeps a bundle of his tI
wIfe's love letters tied up with a pink It
r."And lhe's been married for years I A el
s4entimenital chap, isn't lie?" a
"Not parilalrly, butt hae's crafty. By el
I digginig that b)und~le of letters out of 1
his tr~aunk at the psychologIcal moment b
he has stoppled many a tIrade." al
"Do you find it economIcal to live so (
Sfar out in the country?" asked1 on a
b. "Yes,"ti repllied the other'. "My hus- L
band las to make such a rutsh to catch
the car he never hass time to eat much 01
*When the Man is Wise.
Wise is the nuin who knows himself C
thoroughly and dloesn't triy to find out
Ithings about his neighbors. It
Some people say they (10 as they U
please, but do they? h
When Your &yes Need Care t
- o e ru3Mwfe CO. cUAon ,
BOSCHEE'S 'GERMAN SYRUP
Why use ordinery cough remedies,
when Boschee's German Syrup has
been used so successfully for fifty-one
years in all parts of the United
States for coughs, bronchitis, colds
settled in the throat, especially lung
troubles. It gives the patient a good
night's rest, free fron coughing, with
easy expectoratlon in the morning,
gives nature a chance to soothe the
infhimtaed parts, throw off the disense,
helping the patient to regain his
health. Sold in all civilized countries.
30 antd 90 cent bottles.-Adv.
sit'l king a tt a dinner, Senator Por
ter J. Mt( 'anther of' North Dakota re
i'errel to' ihe htProgress of the farner.
and stilIingly rt'tled this little story:
I e.le .l,.sh uis on his way to town
one afte'rnon, nul rhannmeing to see his
friend .\lmer wo trking in an adjacent
field, ie Imtsxetl t'ote ai small ('halt over
the IarhtIed wire t'enee. Incildentally
inqjuiry wars malde aler Ahner's eldest
"iezektnh is in the city now," an
swerel Ahne r,. with sotne shop w of
pr'ide. "li,('.n there muost a year."
"Yes, I klntw that" returned Uncle
.Josh. "WVlaua I was wonderin' wias
whleh sle ie h' was on."
"Whica sih le w(' as otn,'' (uerled Ah
ner, with at Iuzz'aled expression. "I
don't just dntte git ye."
"What I mna.';n,. Abnter," explalfued
Uncle Josh. "i.11 ezekilah buyin' gold
bricks yet, or haas he started in to sell
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
Frank J. Cheter makes oath that he is
senior partner of the firm of l. J. Chenoy
& Co. doing business in the City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and that
said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN
DRED DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
HALL'S CATARRJl MEDICINE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this th day of December,
(Seal) A. W. Oentson. Notary Public.
HALL'S CATARHI MEDICINE is tak
en internasly and acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
Druggists, ?c. 'T'estimniuni:s free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.
I 1At the Hairdresser's.
"IS this the iiatnii k harter shop?"
"I want yVot to cut any little boy'
"Yes, ma'am. .ltnst let me set himt h;
this chair, ma'am."
"Now, I don't wnnt you to use the
clippers' on hitn, or thse lIarge scssor.
or singe it off, either."
"Vell, ima'at, excuse me, but shal
I bite it off?"
KIDNEY TROUBLE OFTEN
CAUSES SERIOUS BACKACHI
When your back aches, and your blat
der and kidneys seem to be disorderet
go to your nearest drug store and get
bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. ]
is a physician's prescription for ailment
of the kidneys and bladder.
It has stood the test of years and ha
a reputation for quickly and effectivel
giving results in thousands of cases.
This preparation so very effective, hay
been placed on sale everywhere. Get t
bottle, medium or large size, at your near
However, if y'ou wiath first to, test thii
preparation send tent cents to Dr. Kilmnei
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a samph
bottle. .When writing be sure and men
tion this paper.-Adv.
No Time Wasted.
IWe even aw one 11 hady catrry~ hem
kut ting to t he itovles. Site got In twc
or three St tlihs wh'en thle lightts wver
flashed on.--Louisvltle Cjourer-.Journal,
IReality uand shamt~ will not mtor'e maiN
A singte nppiuc.inm oimn Eye lRat
i tn a.itng to tigl wiat pun-, its merit fori
r mit n i,,aons of ui~ Eye~s, external and In
Even If the wrorm does turn whiat
(does it benefit .mdt?
How Women are Restored t,
Bpartanburg, S.C.-"For nine y,
fyred from backache, weakness, al
larities so I could hardly do my
tried many remedies but found
ltent relief. After taking Lydia
ham's Vegetable Compound I fe
change for the bettor and am now
strong so I haveno trouble in dolns
I hope every user of Lydia E. ]
Vegetable Compound will get as g
as I did from its uso."-Mrs.8S. D.
1.2 Dewey Ave., Spartanburg, 5.
Chicago, Ill.-"For about two y
,forod from a female trouble so I y
to walk or do any of any own wor:
a bout Lydia E. P'inkh am's Veget
ound in the newspapers and dete
riit. It brought almost immedi
ly weaknessh has entirely disappel
never had bettor health. I weigh I
and am as strong as a man. thi
Is well spcnt which purobames Lyd
bam's Vegetable Compound."
O'BRYAN, 1755 Newport Ave., Cl)
1YOU CAN RELY UPO
y E. O. SELLERS, Acting Director of
the Sunday School Course of the Moody
Bible instituto, Chicago.)
copyright, 1917, Western Newspaper Union.)
LESSON FOR DECEMBER 16
EHEMIAH ENFORCES THE LAW
OF THE SABBATH.
LESSON TEXT-Nehemiah 18:15-22.
GOLDEN TEXT-Remember the Sab
ath Day to keep it holy.-Exod. 20:8.
Nehemiah remained in Jerusalem
velve years, from B. C. 444 to B. C.
32. He was then recalled and was
i Persia some years, perhaps five or
even, but returned about B. C. 425,
1e year Artaxerxes died, for we know
mt he returned by permission of that
ing. Therefore, the date of this les
n would be sometime in the summer
r early autumn of 426 or 427 B. 0.,
[ or 18 years following last Sunday's
In the section, vv. 10-14, we see that
he gs for the house of God and
he Levites, who led in worship, had
een neglected. Whenever the house
f God and its service of worship is
eglected, we may expect that the Sab
ath day and the worship of God will
Iso soon fall into contempt. Ezra has
ropped out of our history without a
im as to his end.
I. "Remember" (v. 14) the Qleglect
f God's House. (vv. 1-14). The neg
?ct of God's house grew up out of the
cursion of heathenism into ,Jewish
fe. Nehemiah realized that the pur
ty of the rice depended upon absolute
eparation from the mixed multitude.
v. 3). Nehemiah also confronted the
ifilculty of having a priest ,(vv. 4, 5),
ho had defiled himself and also dese
rated the temple, and finally the por
lon for the support of the priest and
be temple worship had been withheld.
II. "Remember" (v. 12) the Sab
ath Day. (vv. 15-22). Nehemliah's
ext and most difficult reform was re
arding the fourth commandment. He
t once set about to learn the facts;
hen relates what he saw (v. 15). The
rcord also tells how he testified
gainst them in that they were selling
ierehandise on the Sabbath day. He
ontended with the nobles that they
ad done evil on the Sabbath day. (v.
7). He testified against them that
me merchants and sellers of ware had
)dged about and within Jerusalem.
vv. 20, 21). The root of the trouble
rith Judah was that they forgot God's
;ord and followed the devices and de
ires of their own hearts. The Jewish
labbath in its outward form on the
xact day of the week is not binding
pon Gentile Christians (Col. 2:16, 17):
t was given to Israel as a people,
Deut. 5:1, 2), as a memorial of their
dfiverance out of the land of Egypt
nd the house of bondage. (Deut.5:d)d
'he Christian, by the death of Christ,
made dead to the letter of the law
t Moses, (Deut. 7:4), but the prin
ple of the Sabbath is older than even
Ie lawv of Moses and is as binding
pon the Christian believer as are the
any other principles which underlie
le Mosaic law. In its exact form, thle
wventh day, the observance of the
abbath belongs to the old order and
at to the Christian order. Christ, who
inse from tihe dead (Rom. 7:4), rose
an the first (lay of the wveek, and wve,
s .loined to Christ, are not under oh
gations to the Mosaic law, but to
hirist. Therefore, tile Lord's day, the
asurrection day, tihe first day of tihe
eek, (Rev. 1 :10; JTohn 21 :20; 1 :19
3; Acts 27), Is the day of privilege,
at of obligation and is more sacred
us thian tile SabhaZthl (lay of these
wew. Tile Jew's in Nehemiah's time
lowedl their conltempt (of tile Lord's
ay by maklinlg it al day of profit, hlence
hRs exhlortat ion whleh~l we see set forth
I tis section. Tis should beC a warn
ig anld an 'xhlortation to us in these
nlys of a sceularized Sabblathl.
Il. "Remember" (v. 29) the Holy
riesthosod. (vv. 23-31). In tis section
'e see thmat the pde(sthlood hadl even
efiled themselves with women, and
nin this Nehemiah entered ulpon a
eansing prdcess, (vv. 30-31). Tile use
this word "remliemlber" in verses 14.
and 29 gives strong emphasis to tihe
ree cardinal sins against wvhichi Ne
emiah was battling.
IV. Summary: As in Nehemlank's
me, so now, Sabbath desecration is
me surest road to national ruin, and a
.rge proportion of our present calam
y can be traced to growing irrever
ince for the Lord's day. Jesus swvept
vay the cobwvebs of Sabbath Irrever.
ince, bult did not tear down tile house.
e kept the pmrinciple, biut removed tile
mrnaeles with wvhichl the Pharisees
ind Jewvs had encumbered it. Jesus
Lught thlat tihe Sabbathl was made for
an andi not man for the Sabbath,
unark 2 :27, 28), and he set himself as
a exammple in this regard, for he Is
ordl of that day as well as the other
;lys of tile wveek.
Tile Sa~bbah is al day of rest and if
>served, wvorkmen without exception
ill produce more than is possible if it
'Tie chlief value of the Sabbathl, how
per, is in connection withl tile wor'
lip of God. Tile feeding of the sp~ir
nima nature; thle rest whlich is to be
terentiated from mere holiday or
:ensure ; its need for adult and child
re; its edlucational value; its opgjr
m~ity for Christian service andl exal
tion of family relations, all shiowv it
have been created to fill a real need
id to manifest the wisdom and geood
ass of God.
Benefits From Sleep.
Sleep is a great preserver of youth.
E~ight hours at night and a short nap
(luring the day will do much to keep
the face free from wrinkles. Always
steep with the bedroom winidow open
a few inches at the top, both in sum
;tner and in winter, says a physkclan,
A daily morning bath, tepid. in winter
and cold In suunner, with a brisk rub
to follow, will keep the skin fresh andi
('ear. 'l'wo hours utist be passed in
the open air, walking, riding or phay
lag gamaes. All tight clothing, 11ind
espeelally tight lu.ing, must be avoid
ed, as (oml)ression disturbs the cir
culation and is often the (ahiSe of en
lItrged vein:; 1111(1 rdil n)seS. A cele
bratei woman, who was faious even
in her old age for her beautiful, clear
complexion and freedom from wrin
kles, Was once p'rIuaded to tell the
secret of her youthful looks. The an
swer Wits simtpii'. Abstinence hail
been the rule of her life. No ten, cot
fee or stimnulnit of any kind. 'l'o keep
Well drink lemoonade or waltor, eat up
pies, grapes ail figs reguarly. Take
the ra' Jies of a lei'mn ev'ry day.
Never fall to walk regularly. ihthe
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are takicg, as thie formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The
Quinin, drives out malaria. the Iron
builds up the system. 6i cents.
When He Is Wise Enough.
A t ise inan doesn't know everything.
but 1.e knows howv to oltmin informal
Stion abhout the thin~s It's ntecessary for
him to know.
Many reputations blow up when a
politlea CmUpa ign1 is in full hlast.
Colds Cause Hecadache and Grip
LAaAT1V1h JIIROMO QUININII rewovos the cause.
'i'he~o is only one "Bronxo Qulnino." IL. W. (JiOV1I'1
sigeniuro is on box. IUr.
Glive some people their pick and they
will plek flaws 'very time.
Net Contents15Fluid Drach
ALGOIIOL-3 PER CENT.
a TherebyPromotin eDi estio
t neither0p lm,Morphine not
Mineral, NOT NAcoOTre
Gonsti ao and Diatlroel
and eerishness and
Loss OF SLEEP
F ac-iite Sinatureof
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
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able Comn- /l
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Why Thai Lame Back?
Morning lameness, sharp twinges
when bending, or an all-day baek
ache; each is cause enough t us'
pect kidney trouble. (let aft the
cause. Help the kidneys. VoWe
Americans go it too hard. We.
overdo, overeat and neglect our
sleep and exercise and so we are
fast becoming a nation of kidney
sufferers. 72% more deaths than
in 1800 is the 1910 census story.
Use Donn's Kidney Pills. Thou
sands recommend them.
A South Carolina Case
John M. wilaon, . Ev .e
F. D. No. 1, Travele's t 9'iS
Rest, S. C., s a y s"
y kidneys and I had
awful palins Ini my . '
back. I steadily gott
worse and was tern
bly annoyed by scald
lag and too freqluent f ,'
passages of the kid- J
ney secretions. Rthi -
matic pains in my hips
kept me awakeo and
nay ankles and foot
swllod. I had awful dizzy s e s, too.
Dotma's Kidney Pills restored mo to
Get Doan'. at Any Stor, 60 a Box
D OoAN S PILLS
FOSTER.MILBURN CO., BUFFALO. N.Y.
. Why suffer from
W ra!"a pains when
an application of 'nager'e Liniment
will give quick reliet?
Thsl iniment is rood too, for rheu
mtlaasm. sc.ik- ., ic ,'ye, pai inf If
chestorside,s>ruins cm sand1bruiste.
35c PER BIOTTLE AT ALL DEALERS
Bach bottlo contiins nore thian the
tsual600 bottle of linliont.
GILBElRT itnna. CO., ttimnrn, Md.
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
75 3AuSOMPwwy RIA.