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When you're fifty, your body begins t
creak a little at the hinges. Motion is
more slow and deliberate. "Not so youn
as I used to be" is a frequent and unwel
come thought. Certain odily functions
upon which good health and good spirits
so much depend, are impaired. The weal
spot is generally the bladder. Unpleasani
symnptoms show themselves. Painful and
annoying complications in other organi
arise. This is particularly true with el
tr pcapleIf yo only know how, this
trle can be obviated.
For over 200 years GOLD MEDAL
Haarlem Oil has been relieving the in
convenience and pain due to advancing
years. 'It is a standard, old-time home
remedy, and needs no introduction. It is
now put up in odorless, tasteless capsules.
These are easier and more pleasant to take
than the oil in bottles.
Each capsule contains about one dose of
five drop s. .Take them just like you would
any pill, with a small swallow of water,
They soak into the system and throw oil
the poisons which are making you old be
fore your time. They will quickly relieve
In the St
- Hot summer days upset the
strong stomachs as well . weak
Your vital forces reach their
lowest level when the weather is
the hottest. Then the danger is
You can't guard your stomach
and bowels too carefully through
the long, hot season. Don't take
any chance. Indigestion, sour
stomach, that wretched, bloated
feeling, belching, food repeating,
pains that claw at stomach and
bowels and an endless train of
stomach ills that make life mis
erable are greatly aggravated in
the hot weather.
This year of all others-it is
vital that we keep our strength
and full power at work. The ex
tra war work, change of diet-all
must be looked after because they
hit us in the stomach. And now
The only satisfatoiy Way to get out
of n love IITair is to keep out of it be
fore you are pulled into It.
on a Rapi
Fresh beef fo1
kets goes froin
retail .stores wi
about two we
chilled, this me
hence it cannot
rise in price.
A steer is
purchase by tF
beef is held in
a little above fre
It is then loac
erator car whern
perature is ma
V in transit to ma
age of about six
into a "cooler",
Swift & Corn
beef to be sold <
of arrival, and
sales is within I
Any delay a
the meat and 1o
Swift & Con
A WEAK BODY
those stiffened joints, that backache, rheu.
matism, lumbago, sciatica, gall stones,
gravel, "brick dust," etc. They are an
effectoye remedy for all diseases of the
bladder, kidney, liver, stomach and allied
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem 'Oil Capsules
cleanse the kidneys and >urify the blood.
They frequently ward o attacks of the
dangerous and fatal diseases of the kid.
neys. They have a beneficial effect, and
often completely cure the diseases of the
bodily organs, allied with the bladder and
If you are troubled with soreness across
the loins or with "simple" aches and pains
in the back take warning it may be the
preliminary indications of some dreadful
malady which can be warded off or cured
if taken in time.
Go to your druggist today and get a box
of GOLD MEDAL llaarlem Oil Capsules.
Money refunded if they do not help you.
Three sizes. (OLD MRIDAL are the pure,
original imported Ilaarlem Oil Capsules.
Accept No Substitutes.-Adv.
it is good news to tell you that
tens of thousands are now using
WATONIC-for all stomach and
bowel ailments caused by too
much acidity with such truly won
derful results that every one
should ailways have it in the house.
EATON IC Tablets stop the cause of
indigestive and dyspeptic ailments by
neutralizing the poisonous fluids, acids
and gases largely the result of super
acidity. This makes the stomach
pain-free and ready to perform its
You can have a good appetite in hot
weather to eat the things you like
when you want them if you take one
or two EATONIC Tablets after each
meal. Such quick, wonderful relief
would seem unbelievable but for the
fact that thousands of sufferers every
where have received marvelous results
from EATONIC. Obtain a large box
of EATONIC Tablets from your own
druggist who you know and can trust.
If they fail, go back to him and he will
gladly refund 'your money. Do this
today. You will then know what real
stomach comfort means in hot weather.
Evein it el' nn reaches hip bot
tom dollir he usually has soiiet hing
left to hulbl hopes upon.
i stockyards to
hin a period of'
it is not frozen;
be stored for a
our hours after
e packer. The
a cooler at the
at a temperature
ezing, for about
[ed into a refrig
3 a similar tern
intained, and is
rket on an aver
at the branch
se, it is unloaded
and placed on
pany requires all
Luring the week
the average of
long the above
ss to the packer.
mpanyv.U. S. A.
IMPROVED UNIFORN IREUNATIONAL
(By REV. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D.,
Teacher of English Bible in the Moody
Bible Iustitute of Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1918, Western Newspaper
LESSON FOR AUGUST 4
LESSON TEXTS-Luke 2:42-52; II Peter
(MAY BE USED -WITII TEiMPERANCE
GOLDEN TEXT-But the path of the
righteous Is as the dawning light, that
shineth more and more unto the perfect
PIRIMARY LESSON MATERIAL-Luke
INTERMEDIATE, SENIOR AND
ADULT TOPIC-Tho kind of strength we
need: getting it; using it.
ADDITIONAL. MATERIAL-Isaiah 40:
29-31; Ephesians 3:14-21; Philippians 4:8-13.
I. Jesus Christ Growing (Luke 2:42
While Christ was indeed divine, his
deity did not interfene with his de
velopient as a human being. The
processes of his physieal, mental, and
spiritual growth were the same as
those of any human being.
1. Jesus tarrying behind at Jeru
salem (-v. 42, 43).
At the age of twelve a Jewish child
took his place as i worshipper in the
temple. Ile was considered a "child
of the law." Being conscious of his
mission, when Joseph and his mother
were returning from attendance at
the Passover, he tarried behind to en
ter the temple and inquired into the
meaning of the ordinances of God's
House. He had an alert, eager mind.
which inquired after the truth, espe
cially the truth concerning his Fa
ther's -louse. His heart yearned after
2. Jesus found in the temple (vv.
When Joseph and Jesus' mother had
gone some distance on their return
journey they perceived that Jesus was
missing, and sought him among their
kinsfolk and acquaintance. Not find
ing him there, they turned back to
Jerusalem where they found him in
(1) He was "sitting" (v. 46) show
ing that he was no passing visitor or
sightseer. He was perfectly at home
in his Father's House.
(2) le was "hearing" the teachers
of God's Word (v. 40). This shows
he was eager to learn God's will.
(3) He asked questions (v. 46).
The growing mind is inquisitive. It
more than receives that which is
taught ; it inquires after.
(4) lie answered questions (v. 42).
His answers showed great wisdom,
It was not an exhibition of his
divine wisdom, but an expression of
the workings of a perfect human mind
suffused by the Holy Spirit.
3. Mary's complaint (vv. 48-60).
She remonstrates with him for his
behavior. le made no apology, show
ing that he was more than the son of
Mary ; God was his Father.
4. Jesus obedient (v. 51).
Though he was conscious of his di
vine being and mission, lhe lived a life
of filial obedience.
5. Jesus' development (v. 52).
(1) Mental-"Increased in wisdom."
(3) Spiritual--"Favor with God and
II. Growth in Grace (II Peter 1 :8
This is not growth into grace, but
growth in it. We get into grace by
the new birth. This newv nature wvhich
has its source in God must he dev'el
oped in order that our lives be frunit
fuil for God (v. 8), that they hear~
testimony to the cleansing power of
Christ's blood (v. 0), andl that we mamy
have aissurance of salv'ation (v. 10).
The following are lines of growth:
1. "Virtue" (v. 5).
Virtue here means energy or coi
age. This is .not "adldedl" as in thle
Authorized Version, but as in the Re
vised Version wlieh readsl: "In your
faith .supplly virtue.'' It means ini
crease by) growth, not b~y externali
junet ion. Faithi is the root from'
whieh spring aLl these excelle~nele..
2. "Knowledge" (v. 5).
This means a right understanding.
a piractical knowledge.
3. "Temperance" (v. 0).
Temperance means self-control. This
self-control extendsa to all the affairs
of life. P'ractical knowledge will suj
ply to itself the government of all
4. "Paliience" (y. 6).
This means endurance. Having con
trol of self within, there will be en
durance of that without.
5. "Godliness" (v. 6).
This means piety, reverenco for'
God, the submission of the human will
to the will of God. This is a lart of
that practical knowledge whliich we
are obliged to supply.
0. "Batherly kindness" (v. 7).
Love of the brethren must be devel
oped in godliness. The pr'oof thati
one is godhly is that lhe loves the'
brmethren (1 John 5:1). This mens
the speeial love of Christians for ea:ch
7. "CharIty" (v. 7).
This is love. Peter's climax Is
reached in love. Out of faith, whieb'
is the root, springs this seven-fold
fruit. In order to prevent apostasy.
Peoter calls all to be diligent in the de
v-elopment of these graces. All suei
WILLIE FINALLY SAW LIGHT
But it Took Great Blow to Make Him
Realize Why Everybody Hated
It 11314 heen very dillicult to lint
press little Willie with the ser'ious
ness of the w'ir stuatlion. le could
not exactly understand whly the pieople
should 11il hate the kaiser so, but of
course he hated him as itninutter of
prinilple h''erause his father hatiei hit,
and his big brother hated lin. and
well, 111111ost everybody else ho 13n-'
"B1u1t whlly. ni+lihe', do they hte:14 hin
so awful tuch?", he would Iersast.
The fainily cunbhIn't ex itinl it to hilln
.Tune e4nie. :1141 the close of school.
and all wa-:s ros fr little Willie. NOw,
he was lookin_ Iforward to the Fou lrth1
1But i few (lhd'- before the great day
I 1111 otie (nil' iiroundi that there would
no-t he illy ith'vwiorks. not even3 torpe
does, ((r lilhl uul n in ,o "sonl-of
13-guns." Tis un awful news.
"W 341hy not. 3noihier?" lie jioutel.
"Well, you se4' the liaiser is getting
fill the l1owd ler in I his 4cou3nt1ry now.
and we eani'I wlaste, it."
Now lit Ii' \\'illie sees why every
h1ody hatedi thie ku:iser.
"I wishlt I wtas kibl." hei couchndid.
"11nd( then. Ilare' ob11 kaiser:"-In
(litnaploli' N w .
TAKES OFF TAN
Girls! Make bleaching lotion
if skin is sunburned,
tanned or freckled
Squeeze the juice of two lemons Into
at bottle c'ontainintg three ounces of
Orchard Whiute, shake wel'i, 1and( you
ahave ia quarter pint of the best ?eckle,
sunburn and tan lotion, and coiplexion
beautifier, at very, very small cost.
Your grocer has the lemons and any
drug store or toilet counter will supply
three ounces of Orchard White for t
few cents. Massage this sweetly frn
grant lotion into the face, neck, arms
and hands each day and see how freck
les, sunhurn, winihurn1 and n11111 disap
pea n1111(1 holIw clear. soft and white the
skin becomnes. Yes I It is hartuleg.
Cause for Anxiety.
"is it tue that the Austrians ire lit
I'oring unter a t.rein1end1ouns nerivus
"I Inesinn14 s1 ."
'"On whatl do you1 hu:se your con("tu
"The fuet 1hat foo44d is sn42ee In
I'harles' dinuiions. If there is ally
thing enluuthneld to t'ke ii person
nervous I s144I1hu b1 thi.nk If wouhI hle
wondering where t'he nex3 uenI is o111
Ing from.''- III I'll) I ngha:4 im Age-Iern id.
For Pimply Faces.
To remove pimples an(d bInekhends
smear them with ('uticurn Ointment.
Waish off ini five tinautes with Cut icurn
Soap and1( hot water. For free samplj~es,
adldres's "Cuticura, Dept. X, floston."
At dIruggists and1( by3 ma1. Soap 25,
Ointment 25,n 501i i.--Adv.
"'ilw are4 .41u gttiing (li ill your3
hun3t1 for 13 11h1t't"
"We( are( h14vin1g 24 su111e ti1414."
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
riestn ho blood. Yu ecn on fool I..s Strongib
ening, Inwigorating Kifect. Prtco 4640,.
Fo1rtunnte14 is the4 33441 1n 4 who pssesses
4i full 54t (of good44 habits1.
' Net Contents 15 Fluid Draelm
SALCOHIOL -3 PER (UENT.
siiiatingthefood by Reguta
tingtht~eStomats a wl
neither 0 itum,Morphinlenor0
A ftelpful Remtedy for
C onstlpation and DIarrhoea.
anid FeverIshneCss and
Losr, og' SLEEP
F' ac-Simite SidnatUre of
i NEW YORK(.
Calomel Users! Listen To Me!
I Guarantee Dodson 's Liver Tone
Your druggist gives back your money if it doesn't
liven your liver and bowels and straighten
you up without making you sick.
Ugh ! Calomel makes you sick. It's spoonful and If It doesn't straighten
orrible ! Take a dose of the dangerous you right up and make you feel fine
Irug tonight and1(l tomorrow you may and vigorous I want you to go back tQ
ose it dly's work. the store an( get your money. Dod
Calomnel is mercury or quicksilver son's Liver Tone is destroyig the sai
hieh cltises necrosis of the bones. of calomel because it is real liveN
Jalomel, wheni it coies into contact mteicine; entirely vegetable, therefore
vitli sou" hile, (erushles into it, breaking It cannot salivate or Make you sick.
t ip. This is when ,im[1 feel that awful I guarantee that one spoonful of
tusen anti errunpinlg. If you are slug- Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
ish aind "till knocked out," if your sluggish liver to work and clen your
iver is torpi anl howels constipated iow vffs of that sour bile and constt.
nr you haive hetouehe, Ilizziness, coat- paled waste which is clogging your
?d tongue, if breath is had or slotnach system an( malking you feel miserable.
;our, just try a spoonfful of harmless I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
Dodson's Liver Tone tonight. Liver Te will keel your entire turn
IIere's my guarantee--(;i to any ily feeling line for months. Give it to
Irug store and get a bottle of Dodson's yoiir children. It is harmless; doesn't
Liver Tone for i. few cents. Take i gripe and they like Its pleasant taste.
" SOLD FOR 80 YEARS
a vru wotFor MALARIA
the store Auls e your moneald
SOLD BY ALL DRUG STORMS
( a i iiia'.l- ik . ltl(l ' iti'c. 114)1 - Frugal Swvain.
he rlit' l.I i' 5.i lill 1i1'i ilii*. lilt g:i i's 111" I lt l lir lii' tlglkgemu t
Grovc's Ruby R~owel Medicine 'iof It lio bise, iti lover plead'
fideedcie entirelnv vegetable thereforeh marioe
I l 'ux. It ls Junk ns ciieetivo for Adults as for eetl, "1,li11 lit-Ii til to v li f V'te luxury
hii~~~~~~~~~da ro rfcl hrz,.i. O ti the rill;:.'--Lonidon 'fit-Mits.
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Ir 111:11 lIIi"11 n Its 11\1 i1. W.' N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 31--1918.
The Malaria Mosquito
A mosquito cannot communicate malaria unless
it is infected with malaria. The bite of a malaria
mosquito will transmit malarial parasites to the
blood of a person and these malarial parasites which
feed on the blood should be destroyed before they
have time to increase in numbers. Malarial Fever is
sometimes called Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever and
Tasteless chill Tonic
possesses the power to entirely neutralize the mala.
rial poison. The Quinine in GROVE'S TASTELESS
chill TONIC kills the germ and the Iron enrich the
Yv T ou can soon feel the Strengthening, Invigorat.
gn effect of GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC. It
18 an exceptionally good general strengtheuing tonic
for the Child, for the Mother and all the Family.
Pleasant to take. Price A60c.
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