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Was Told He Couldn't
Live Six Months
But Doan's Brought' Mr.
Clayton Health and
C,. T. Clayton, 78 N. ]Broad St.,
Woodbury, N. J., says: "I had
about the worst case of kidney
complaint a niiian could have. My
kidneys were in terrible sluape. I
had slharp, kiilfe'like paing in the
sm1all of my back,
and iny back often
gave out entirely. I
couldn't stoop to lace
my shoes. For two
years I wats in this.
helpless con(lition and
di(dn't do a tap of
work and no one
thought I would ever
Mr. Clayton be able to worki again.
VC. u In fact, I was told I
couldn't live six nionths. But for
tunately I began uxing Doan's
Ki(Iney Pills. They inade me feel
better from the first and after tac
Ing several boxes, I had better
strength anld iealth than ever be
fore. I think Donn's are worth
their weight in gold, and I recoin
inend thein whenever I hear any
one coliplaining of their kidneys."
Get Dean's at Any Store, Go a Boz
FOSTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO, N. Y.
Clear Your Skin
BOY I WithCuticura
All druggists: Soap 25,
Ointment 25 & 50. Tal.
cum 25. Sample each
free of "Cuticura,
Dept. E. Boston."
Only Way Out.
Justice. as alliniistered in Arizoin
s(in yt'Is ag, frted the I lteriel o
Iwore or less at4 'inusig stories. A il
wa14's se'lte t 41 gpay : li. f ()$10 o
spendl ten (Illys in .1111. lit i114l ni 011
Il.atl( h cur cepteel the ainoun
()I lu o tre ot, the flays allottet
fi4r hIs inl4risonli144nit.
By5 soluet vnreh...snvss .Ill thle 11ar1
of 1he a11iler, i1he 11111n Nvi1s (1ws 11d11ed It
Jail for)1 thlt-full it'ln days. atul( whe1
set frel'i'e hv d1a11d1d111 r4'dress rI hi!
"Ymu 01u-1ht toIvI soiello (wane(.
a'Stnd -tr411 1 I ." l u( h141nitkiled
lbut wev 1lo'1t sm. ally way il to d4 it tilt
14-SS \.tt get svinte-lwed aigin for1 sonli
thing: then we 1h( give you 1hr4.4
da1y~s f,40r it kild Ilf rebalte. TIlinit's (1h
1n1ly way tl INix its p rune."
LIFT OFF CORNS!
Doesn't hurt at all and costs
only a few cents
Magic! Just drop a little Freezon
on that touchy corn, instantly it stop
aching, then you lift the corn off wit
the fingers. Truly! -No humbug I
Try Freezone ! Your druggist sells;
tiny bottle for a few cents, sufficient t
rid your feet (of ('very harid cor'n, sof
corn, or corn between the toes, aint
t'aliuses, without (onet paurticle of pair
sor'eness 01r irl'iattion. Fr:eezone is th
dilscover'y of a4 noted4 CincinnatI geniut
lItCenIt ly 14an14: ndian city Swa4s iialh
ing a Itied ( ro4ss drive'. One14 of th1e $4<
w7) vhenl t lhInanI who live'd nlext 41o4
intervened'i4'(. '"You44'd better n' t join,1'~1
slit wit ned lile Ii 'st ,wolnana. "'If ya
(d4. you'l14 hve 4t' go' to Friance'4."
Thei' so4liir was ju4st resuly to4 ('N
augainin he 14r oWa :4leiIense. '\\'ell, ,i1.
ga~ve lilt Ilhis 41'llari to4 join th' lte
'iross."' l'h .Uio. ''1nd4 I'm golng I
jin th le lIed 4 'ross'~. If I hav 1 t1 o( g
to Friane It will all b' lk fault aniy
4"' No Worms in a Healthy ChIld
All chIldren troubled wIth, Wortns bayo an ut
healthy color, whIch Indicates Door blood, and as
' 1K yt8 T As'ILssr oh Il TNCgven r4'ui
for two or three weeks will enrIch the blood), In
prov'th ~ig'*eso,* a' s en ral " trn"Ml
throw off or dis pec lie wornis, and the Ubild winl I
in perfeecthealn. Pleasantwt take. 600 per botti
A lawvyer' never' gi ve'su Iii Ias ('4'I
his ('llin's disposa$1l.
Anty 11nan1 wh~o is441 loniuall~y Inakiln
a f0.1 of hInsf 1, nust1 he11S Ia atur4( t
D.r. Pee'ry's "Dead shot" is not a "k<
zenge" or "syrup," but a real old-fashlone
done of medIcine whIch cleans out Wornr
or Tapeworm wIth a sIngle doge. Ad.
yOurI lIft' is 1a blanik fill It ouit an1
Y A Wholesonte, Cleansi
. O U r "e'resb'ng and e-l
L.otion--Murine for Red
ness, Soreness, Granula
iof the Eyes or Eyelid
- ''2D * fterthe Movie., Motoring or Go]
wil n ourconfidence. .Ask Your Drugl
for Murine when your Byes Need Care.uat -
Murenue yEa Remedte Co. Chag.
UNPROVED UNIFORN INTERNATIONAt
(By REV. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D.,
Teaeher of English Bible in the Moody
Bible Institute of Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1918, Western Newspaper
LESSON FOR OCTOBER 6
ABRAM LEAVING HOME.
LESSON TEXT-Genesis 12:1-9.
GOLDEN TEXT-Be thou a blessing.-%
DEVOTIONAL READING-liebrews 11:
ADDITIONAL. MATERIAL FOR
TEACHERS-Genesis 11:27-32; Hebrews
1. Abraham's Call (v. 1).
The new era inaugurated with Noah
at its head ended Iin a colossal failure.
In view of such failure God turned
aside froim tle nation ias such, and call
ed Abram out from his kindred and
land, and placed him at the head of a
new nation which he would train for
hinself. This call involved:
1. A caH to separation. Ife was to
leave the place of his fcsnd assocla
tions for a land unknown to lhn. Obe
'leice to this comimanld ieant the sev
Orance of three ies.
(1) "Ils country in the widest
range of his affections. (2) Ills place
of birth and kindred, which cones
closer to his heart. (3) Ills father's
house, ats tle inmtiiost circle of aill ten
der emotions." All this must he cast
off before the Lord could get him into
the place of blessing. Whern kindred
an(d posessionus stand in the way of
love an11d service to Clrist, onie lust
renounice then (Mattliew 10:37).
2. A call to herole tasks. For Abram
to go Into a strange land and take pos
session of it for God called( for the
heroic in hinm. It costs much to live
the life of separation, but it is the only
way to have God's favor. i'hiose who
are children of faithful Abram must
If. God's Promise to Abram (vv.
God's demand for separation was fol
lowed by a seven-fold promise-a gra
clous engagement on the part of God
to communieate certain twtimerited fa
vors and to confer blessings upon him.
1. "1 will make of thee a great tn
tion." (v. 2.). This in sonic measure
compensated for the loss of his coun
try. Ile escaped from the defiling in
fluences of his own nation, and became
the head of a chosen nation. This was
fulfilled in a natural way in the .Tewish
nation and in Ishmael (Gen. 17:20),
also in a spiritual seed embracing both
Jews and Gentiles (Galatians 3:7-8).
2. "I will less thee" (v. 2). This
was fulfilled (1) Temporally (Gen.
13:14-17:24-35). Ile waits enriched with
lands and cattle, silver and gold. (2)
Spiritually (Gen. 15:0; John 8:50). He
was freely justified on the grounds of
his faith. The righteousness of Christ
k was imputed to hini.
8. "And make thy name great" (v. 2).
He reno,unced his father's house, and
became the head of a new house which
would be venerated far and wide. He
is known as the friend of God (James
4. "Thou shalt he a blessing" (v. 2).
It was a great thing to be thus honored
andl blessed by God, but to be the me
diumi of blessings to others w~as greater
still. It is more blessed to give than to
5. "I will bless them that bless thee"
(v. 3). God so identifledl himself with
his servant that he regtiiedl treatment
of Abram as treat menit of himself.
Christ so compllletely identifies himself
a with his lpeople that he regards wrong
done to them as dlone to himself. Since
he was God's friend, God regarded acts
performed towa rd Abram as performed
'towvard himself. In nll ages slince thwen
.the Qationis and individuals that have
used the JTew well have heen) blessed.
0. "Andl curse him11 that curseiji theie"
- (v. 3). TIhwe naiition.w that have been
- against the Jews have niever pros
Spered. While God1 att different times
e usedl the surrotnding nations as
'scourges of Israel, he in turn punished
I them for their mistreatment of Isael.
7. "Tn thee shall all families of the
-earth be blessed'' (v. 8) Thiis has been
fulfilled (1) In the JTewish nation be
ing madt~e the repository of the Oracles
of God. Through them the Bible has
bteen given to the wvold. (2) The
bringing into the world of the Redeem.
(3) Tn the future time w~hten the
Jews shall be God's missionaries in
carrying the good tidings of the Gospel
to the ends1 of the iarth,
lil. Abram's Obedience (vv. 4-9).
Abram at once departed out of his
n own land, lie proved his faith by lis
.works, lie did not argue or paley,
Neithier dhd lie demand some guarain
teebut stepped out upton God's naked
word.lTere wer difilcutlties inhs
way, but faith in Glod mode him hrave.
Faith in Goad gives'. victory over the
world. l1e wvorshlped God. TIo go
Iinto a heath len land wind establish .triue
worship rtiimres a courageous faith.
Secrets hn Our Heart.
U We tailk abhoiut sear iching ourii hiearts.
We cannmot do it. WVhat we want is to
1have G~od searich thiem . . . an1)1 bring
out the it l'en t hings, the secret things
- that cluster' there.-D. L~. Moody.
Testaments for Soldiers.
I am glad to see that every man in
he army is to have a testament. Its
eachings will fortify us for our task.
S Who has deceived thee so often as
Despise not thou small things.
Tho Soul that longs for wings
To sonr to sorne great height of smae
rifice too oft
Forgets the daily round
Where dlly einres abounil.
Anti shakil( off little duties. while shte
BANANA AS FOOD.
ANANAS are it most
Ing food. Ielng de
fielent in flvor It
isorbs linvors renld
lly il d presentit
good lei'('ti$ hy
ationalWarGardn, willeh 1 sch livors
-comisi* 11111. le brought into
nlotiee, thus alfford
Ing it great vaiety of coihinatloins.
l siiue of the hick of ield in Its
coiiposi (onl It sih ouild be a popular
breakifast fruit. The cookedbnn.
even slightly coo'ied, is more (ea1si'ly
digested tlain tihe ra fruit. Slitupily
coveriig tle ri1e thinly sliced fruit
withi hot cereal w1I1 cooik it su lieit-let
Banana Croqtettes With Lamb
Chops.-lHiiiove tle i'pel I tig atid
coarse threais froim live firm banowis;
cut tie friit in hal ves crosswise, tim1
off the etnis to ink tile hliives syi
uetrint-l fit tit- ends; roll in egg
which has beenl lientel wit i a tile ii
spoonfuIl of water, tliei roll In sifted
crumbs altd fry i, deep fi t unil
b)rownv . Dl i l n-soft paver. ,I.tI
110inute~s will be l4ong enough10 for1 coo4 k
ing. Serve wililitthbildl hiib chops.
Compote of Bananas With Orange
Sirup.-RIemove I le Iee ituii n l course
threit'ils fri'omi six rIpe bananas; let
stiland covered with boiling walt1' ia
1111nut11, Ilten drain anid pile in) the
forml of it pyrninlid 41n a1 serving dish
:11nd1 pouri. over thei I a cufill of orainage
Orange Sirup.-lBoll a ciifil of tlt
juice antid 1111) of orilige,' the juiee of
hialf a1 lemon. onInt cuipful lif sug-ar. and
one-qiiter of a cupfil of' Wiater six
mitiies at uitil slightely thic keneie.
Baked Bananas.-Pull down :I see
tion of the skin of each balnana, loosein
the VIulp, remove fihe course thread-s
ln1d re01 ti1rn tht-e 1) lie c1to 'he sii, a3.
t he frit tius priret in a saiuelai
:an1d hake lin a hot n 1 tuntii the skin:
InIre blaickenled. Heiemove t he pu11lp
froml thle skins. hieil litn a half circte
atj linaee on a ser'ving Aish. Sprieillt
with powdered sagari' 11and choplieI
1uts a.'s it devssrtil ; or p1)111 over a jielly
sauce. Melt lial f a tuipfiul (if cturrntl
jelly, add a itl f-cupful of suga r aitd
Cook five mtinut es, thlen stir in a i ten
spoonftal of coris iitli, imtdh sintoi,
with it little wvattr; cook live Imilintles
and add it tIIIiespool I'll I of litter u1111l
it t'l e1nspoonfill of leioni Juice.
Fruit Cocktails.-To six t'hillespoion
flls of fruit Juice Idil two tab1IlespiIIon
fills of hoiney, Il(th hl) of Iwo rt an-.
thre-e dilcel hauIIinnus, :1114 1,our1 ripi.
pniehes, ie'eetl. 1)ivide. into 'o'lki:ii
ghltS84s anid ser~ve. This, uniy be uised
a(lso as i dessert.
Storp they of inany blessinigs st ''ub2l
sentter blessings round,
As haden boughs in ntlluntn thing their
rIpe fruit to the ground.
"'TIS PICKLIN' TIME.".
I) GIIEATI is the vn
riety of r'elishtes thI
site is indteedi hiarId to
- ~ - some Which hieri fin
11y' enn enjoity.
and Onion Pickle.- -
t'ionetWar~arde Take till.ee dozen.'I
'Commissiew' Iiiarg eu'mimi's.s pe--I
anid sli'e ti :,ndi
cover' wi th ia spilin g oft sat over
night. P'eel antd slice one dozt~en smi:,1l
t'nilons and11 treat in the samen waly, loll
do not mtix them. Th'le next dlay '1ein~ i
it a hint eac..h of w'ater nd iiVi':::. i.
then drtaln tiny nynitn. Now tk :1 tpi:.
the ve(getqinbles. Ju lst let Ithim 'ii ht'
but tdt nott ('ootk, then seatl iln jnrs whli.
Chutney.-t('hop1 one1 dizan apphit
gintger' and( sait. ("'ook all ttgther' t
Marion Harland's Relish.--('i1t li
limiIf-h 'lIengths1: one bunch('l of' t'eltry
seed itndj ('hop1 tInte Iw'o green 11e1tper'i
11uld tree Itablespotinfu'ls1 of sat tone
amd oni"e-hlf potunds( of briown I si: im~
hmot pour overi thle v'ege alles. Ntiw
('over ('losely an at ookiii Ie m'iult.1
Add a tazblespnoonfull of mus1 i'rd alt
seal in jam'. Wrnil in ippers to keep
Tomato Conserve.-Cook iunt thil'k
pounds tif suigli, (inet cupt of shrti'- '
'itron1i ; whenm Ick nid onte nd il n
hall' cupfuls of' seeded r'aisins andit ':.,
Ripe Cucumber Chowder.-i'att
(ioniilS;' ilt Irs t' pulpt dry', then1S olth
on1e choplileti red ltepper ; salt anti lu'.
per to taste, with vinegar' to make1(4 thlit
mtixturae as I lek ats C prele htruser'i'ti
\s.f l for winteruse
Lives 200 Years!
For more thit 200 years. Haarlem Oil,
the famouls ittional remedy (if liolland.
has been recogiized as anl infallible relief
from all forms of kidney and bladder dis.
orders. Its very age is proof that it mnust
have unusual ierit.
If you are troibled with pains or aches
in the hack. feel tired in the morning
headaches, ititligest tin. ilsoniisf. painful
or too frequent passage of urine, irritation
or stone in tihte lahlader. you will almost
certainly fital relief in (i)101) Mll)ALi
Ilaarlein Oil ('aimules. This is tle good
old remedy that has stood the test for
hundreds of years. prepared in the proper
quantity and onvenient form to take.
It is .iported direct from Ilolland lab.
oratories, and . on can get it at. any
drug store. It i. a stanial. old-time
home renedy an-I needs no introduction.
Each capsule ontitaiis one dose of filve
drops and is pleaantat and easy to take.
They will quiiely relieve those stiffened
joints, that haIkael', rh1eutn t ni. him
bagb, sciatica. gall stones, gravel. "brick
dust." etc. Youar money prointly refund
ed if tihey dIo ot r14 l ieVe you. But he sure
to get t Cetonne 001. MIMDAL brand.
In boxes, three size. dv.
"Alin't women 1'or!" writes Tar
btli'kle, witlh flo s feeviig 11:b1i i jg[
filIt y. "My wife said., thlt 11 4.th lay,
i(-1). dlear. I wisl wt ha1:14 a thj. Ilvaly
"'*1 likt t giv. a party. sit(- an
"'l a\ . ' ui h a l,,in.-h f lria' al'
It wouiiia eie yo tu plteasurer to I' inier
I'ys aIbi staha a lot that It
wouhiv ha'a h avel y li t in' a ii. l' a
)TarbII l. "al- ill i at.--arytho
a lot of peol?"
Ea:;sy. .\iaal if yaau ,laan-i ma i,,,.'a'gi
a siipla tllin lik' iha , i ., Ilwn.'s n.o
Ils- iXalm iaiing to y4 ai.
SKIN ERUPTIONS ON THE FACE
aire unsightly :1a1niar thi e Ilw appInrnillce
of any atit woinitia whose fiia woild
be Eterwis attracti'. Thtre is an
need for this. Just get I box of Tet
terine alnl use It regilmarly 111( you will
lie surnprised how muickly plitlilles.
blot ches. lichy patebes. et., disappear
aind how.(I soft mind clearl 'it skin be
coles. Nothing better for etzeaimt and
other kin trouble-s than Teiterinli.
Sohl by druggists or mailed for .in). y
Shuptrine Co.. Saviitah, Ga.-Adv.
A Particular Giant.
'.,'1h' giant ive inl lhlt ba(nin f
MarIhiII .\I lie'- hiti'. m- rilig t1 tito
story af 1h wIa blor larat. 4rs. .\I anly
ratie the liti ItI fatr-y-ea r-aahal miii iahlen
d( snIt vein mm1u- iliown I)hare aloIeI. hit
say-s shie's noat aifr-ahl iot hhni. inhetm
"Why. an taly ha' dia gt ma, hut
hie, l4. MVt tri 'laust- hei s 1 a1 d I hail 1ll
Pimply Rashy Skins
QuIckly soothed andul hi 'iled by Cuti
curs often when till else falls. The
Soap to cleanse and purify, the Oint
ment to soothe and heal. For free
samples address, "Cuticura, Dept. X,
Boston." At druggists and by m1all,
Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50.-Adv.
Something of the Sort.
Ile---ll has lmthe it 'artimtrks ai' ma
great miusiciani." She ".\r'' lamll mau
slelin- mlatked in thea a'ars't'
When Bamby Is Teething~
GROVB'8 BiABiY 110WNL MI>ICJNI will correct
the 8tomach amnd Bowet trioubles. Perfectly haram
less. See directions on the bottle.
lliookIl, N. Y.. thns 21) "Ati-Yu'llow
Doig~" al tais ildga-d l o st oil wi r limi r'S.
Granulated Eyelid.. Sties. Inflamed Eye.
relieved over night by Roman Eye Baitsam.
One trial prove. its merit. Adv.
if vain "alit 1'' galit u \il h liie lark
go I't eal w'ait hiat oneiii.
et Contents 15 Fluid Draoh
~g ~, ALoroL-J PER GENT.
~' AVegef able rpaprationforAs
sI~ imilatiingthefood by Reguta
W7 Thereby Promotint Digeston
SCheerfUlness and Rest.ontainh
'neither Opium,Morphnle nor
Mhliineral. INOT NAuCO-rIC
A helpful Remedy for
'Constipation and Diarrhoes
a nd 1FeverishneCss and
LOSS oFr SLEEP
reu sutting therefroininfangcY
ac-Simile signature of
We will win
Nothing else really ni
414.1. 111 1t- i1n lit 1011 hertit
entlil Sit Iti i Sl' lit ' s r eli atIl lhe
othe lt' in irying t o ki ~ ill I iii.
WHO IS Nt-e110 4 Ic bn
Iliiey an bililaddter trou1
T O 1#-. T) iotiit Is reco
BLAME ;id Dr. K Ilin r a
Swatap-Itot, tit( grent
kdinev Ill'diciil.. A( Iniggists III large
ftid riduii size bottles. Yti y re
cedve it snn ize hf y I 'ai"el Pot ' 051 so
Jiani1ph let teliling an it. Addretss D~r.
K l1mit & Co., llii giia ntoni, N. 1. a rid
enclose t ,e cents, filso ir it ion this p per
W. N. t., CHARLOTTE, NO. 40-1918.
Catoi isa oorles substies nf
~ and S$ohin1Syups I tle.sa
Fo Wor hatit yeas Ctha
relief of Constipation, Flatulency
allaying Feverishness arising thei
Stomach and Bowels, aids the
healthy and natural sleep. Th
In Use For Os
The Kind You Have
THU OUNTAUR COM PAl
atters until we dol
Fall Cabbage Plants
U"i',n I It -!t-.Vel Rey ni i Ch'IiarlevS t on1 V. .kevlet(-t1i1, L;U e.
tensluon i -'tl Ilat Dutch. By express. 60)0,
S.25: I .1 0, '.'.00; 5,0)0 at $1.75, 10,000 up
i $1.150, f. o. 1). here. I'a rcel post, prepaid,
100. .5c; 1,000, $2.50. Wholekiale and retall.
0. F. JAMISON, Summerville, S. C.
N LI . ttikt vrepartitiozi of mlerltL
hi t 11..q to eradicate dandruff
r B Restorin Color an
. . . and a Drup s.
thli. lotisom llsase fro runnin
he t reattnent1. No matter how young.
usie on tnny colt. It Is wonderful how
ilers.,n wi mter how calls or horse
.r foeturers sel MI'OIIN'S at 60 cents
CAL CO., Goalhen, Ind., U. S. A.
B OLD FOR 60 YEARS
NTLWTT @Also a Fine General
S0O.D BY ALI. DRUG Sr0RES.
or Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
it. It contains neither Opium,
nce. Its age is its guarantee.
beeni in conistanit ulse for the
,Wind Colic andi Diarrhoea;
-efromi, and by regulating the
issimilationi of Food; giving
te Children's Panacea-The
DR IA ALWAYS
er 30 Years .
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