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Several Excellent Liquid and Wax
Polishes on Market Give
SPRAYER USEFUL ON SURFACE
wner Must Not Assume That New
and Helpful Aide in Beautifying
Ve Superseded Water-Cars
Must, Be Washed.
it) -sCnt-dia' owner using mod
r 1s a1Y keep his Car looking
e time, nor will lie have to
. than a few moments a iiIy
g - ish this 11(ed. For instance,
th re now on the Iarket a number
o Id and wax polishes which will
4ll1th1able resuls if they are~1 used
use of wax polishes the first
step. elean tie body of the car
thorn . The polish Is applied to
the ce with a piece of cheese
cloth ' .lhen another clean cloth Is
used to'. ribute the wax evenly all
over tle 4face. Ca'r owners Ccoim
Monly imla lthe inistake of thinking
that tihe moi': wIx applied the better.
As a matter , fact a very thin film
Is all that is n'eided. The po0tan will
last for from four days to i we''ek, and
after it has been tpplied at the hegin
ning of the weeek a little rubbing with
a clean cloth will bring out the luster
igail. The wax pplish mIay he used
for body. fenders. h(ood and other Ils.
trolls surfaces 11nd it -will also be. found
that if the und(er .de of file fenders
is cleaned anti givetii a good (onolng
of waX less mud will' be deposited anud
what is there iay lDe ensily removed.
The nlost rec(Int typet. of body polish
is that whileh is spryed on the sinilee
with a large SPrIIYel. 1I usin1g this pol
ish the body must lhe thoroughly
cleaned with water. If the hocdy sur
faces are merely dusty the polishil may
he sprayed oil and then le wieci oT
with nt clean cloth. After spraying the4
polish over tile surface a ptere or
cheesecloth is used to wipe off the
The present-day owner must not
11sume that these new and really use
fiul aids to hei utifying the motorear.
have superseded plain water. The von
trary Is true. The car inust he washed
just as formerly, lifter while the new
pollshes will bring out the luster of the
Soap should never he used on the
ho!dgexceDt fan.Mayjug griease or oil
spots. A small piece of soft cloth
well covered with ensille soap suds
serves very w%-eIl to remove grease froin
the panels. The hood should never hi
washed while It is hot, as this will re
suit in discoloration. In cleaning th
radiator send a stream of water fron
ie front, to keel
a clean chamol:
.... .., rubbIng heinj
donle in straight lilnes. If spots of tai
or rondl oil are found on the body it ii
best to treat them with salt, butter' 01
kerosene. The butter softens the de
posit so that It may b~e wiped off easily
Kerosene should1( be applied locally an
wiped1 off wvithin a minute.
'1o keep pace with the Improved ap
pearance of the body13 it is nlecessar,
to give someI attentlin to the tolp ami
the upholstery. A weekly brushin1
of the top inside andl out will alid ma
terially in its ilfe. Fahric tops shouh
never be cleaned with gasolIne, kero
sene or other oils, as they tend to (de
* stroy the rubber In the top. Castili
soap and( water appliedl with a stif
ry~ sha the best cleansing muelunl
for the top).
TOURING CAR FOR
his busl~Iness' allfords onlyv the funds(1 fo
wvife anfd bu1siness. This new "c'onva~
a rootuv. stnm'dv htiht deliver'y car d1o1
'n the folding seat
g six to take 'Arrit
Good Plan to Put One on That
Will Last for Years.
Device Shown in illustration Has
Been Used With Satisfaction and
Requires No Expensive Ma.
terials in Making.
It is i good Idea to provide a .large
garage door with a good, heavy latch,
put on in such a way that it will last
for many years and will resist the ef
forts of thieves. The latch illustrat
ed has been used with satisfaction,
and requires no nateriali for its con
struction except some scraps of bar
iron, a few holts or cap screws, some
steel wire, and a leaf from ian old au
tomoblie spring. It is, however, well
to get a piece of two-Inch angle iron,
MVEL tAp TOP OF DOOR CAIG
Scraps of Bar..ron.and an Od AUTO
- SANG RP
Scraps of Bar Iron and an Old Auto
Spring Are Mde Into an Unusually
Durable Garage-Door Latch.
to use as Illustrated, as this' adds
mua1ch to thie security against theft. A
coatt of black paint will improve the
looks of the mnetl iarts. an(] enoigh
1)11y should he left so thilat the paint
wilNa nl interfere with their free
work ing.--Popular- Mechanaalies Maga
POOR PACKING CAUSES LEAK
Excessive Squeezing of Candle Wick
or Other Material is Apt to
When the water pImIII) hnegins leak
hng do not lssumne that necessarily It
is bveenuse the nu11t is too loose. Fre
(ullently the nut Is not to lama11e at all,
blt poor packing is thae real cauase of
tile trouble. Patcking for this part con
sist" of cad)(lle wick sorked In tallow,
heavy twine similarly treated. or spe:
cial paicking materil. After the nut
has beeni turned to press the packling
down (10 not turn it further, as exces
sive squeezing is apt to damage some
part of the body of the pump.
)on't use gasoline to clean leather
unless you want to crack it.
When ball hearings become worn It
is not always necessary to have com.
plete new hearings installed. The od
ones canl be repaired and be aluosi
as goodi as new.
An empty oil can, in addition to thE
regular equipmenit, is a good thblug t<
carry In the car,' it nmy bie filled wit)
gasoline for prIming the cylinders o1
cleaning spatrk plugs.
* * *
A sinple but frequentlly forgotter
precauation in regard to illlIng the gas
oline tank is that the moth of th
gev~olinae cain should he carefully wlpea
off before filling to remiove aany duas
or dlIrt that may have lodged there.
-TJust polIshing up the poInts whei
cleaning a -spark plug Is centirely Insut
fleient. Remove all the cairbon fromi
the porcelaIn or mica by wvashalnj
them in a solution of gasoline.
FOR BUSINESS WEEK
ri ai(nede deli very 'ar. ana satisfy bothI
i ible." sold ini Eng.liand at smalhi cost, Ia
'lng thae week. Anad when Sundlay comies
s-as shaow in thae phiotographa nd) has
t and all tha little 'Arry's andt Ar....s
IMPROVED UNWIORM DM!RNA'ONAL
(By R. P. U. D14WA a.. D. D.
Teacher of English Bible in the bloody
Bible institute of Chicago.)
Copyrightu 1022 Western N'ewpaper UIon
LESSON FOR APRIL 30
ISAIAH'S SUMMONS AND RE.
LESSON TEXT.-Isa. 6:1-13.
GOLDEN TEXT.-Ilero am I: send me.
REU, FERENCEg MATPNRIA L.-Gen. 12:1-4
Ex. 3:1-4:17; Josh. 1:1-9; Jer. 1:4-10; Matt.
PRIMARY TOPIC.--God Calls Isaiah to
JUNIOR TOPIC.-A Young Man Who
INTI.;RMEDIATIOAND SENIOR rOPIC,
-Our Riesponse to the Call for Service.
YOUNG'PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
-The Service to Which God Calls Us.
I. Isaiah's Vision of Glory (vv. 1-4),
So definite wits this vision that the
prophet remembered the very tine o
its occurrence. It macant so much tc
him that he could ever look back tc
It as a day when his ministry took oil
a new meaning.
1. lie Saw the Lord on His Thront
(v. 1). Though the death of Uzzlali
left Judith's throne empty it was matk
clear to the prophet that the thron(
of God was occupied. The Lord wast
high and lifted up,,siowing that II(
is above all 1ingdoms. This was a
petliar prepiarattion of I aliah for hh
work. The one who hais really. seer
God can never be the same again ; lkf
has a fuller mneuning ever afterward
2. Hie Saw the Seraptlhims Above (vv
2, 3). .ust who these beings are we
do not know. The word signifie
'flery." "burning." They were glorious
beings whos.e business wits to wall
upon the Lord, to go on errands foi
Ilim. They laid six wings-two foi
flight; two to cover their' face, show,
Ing reverence; and two to cover theh
feet, showing hutmility. These thref
1aitirs show t hat revi'reilce ntind hu
mntilly ire of eIutal vatlute before God
with activity. The song of the sera
phlins shows that they stw holness a:
Goil's supreme attribute, The thrici
"holy" wrliaps refers to the Trinity
The first choir sang, "I.1oly, holy, holy,
and the second choir responded t<
this by saying, "Tle whole earth Ii
full of ils glory."
3. The Manifestation of MA~jesty (N
4). "The posts of the door moved a
the voice of him that cried, and th
house wias filled with smoke." Tt
smoke, no doubt. tfgnitled God's wrat
against nan's sinfulness (see Psailn
ii. Isaiah's Conviction of Sin (v. 0
The vision of God brought t
prophet to see himself. It is only I
the light of God's holiness li.It we am
our unholiness. When Peter got
glimpse of who Christ was he begge
Him to depart front bim, saying, "D.
part front ine; for I am a sinful mal
o lord" (Luke 5:8). The prophiet ni
only realized that he was a sinne
but that the nation was a nation (
sinners. What the world needs toda
above till things is a vision of God.
lii. Isaiah's Cleansing From Si
(vv. (1, 7).
T.Ihe taking o~f the coal from the ata
showvs that It wats $'onnected wit
stieriflee. The firo that consumited thm
stacrlicee was htoly fire. When a sir
netr gets a vision of God in Christ, th
Holy Spir'it ap~lies the tierits 5
Chtrist's sited blood atnd cleanses froi
IV. Isaiah's Call (v. 8).
InunetCd iately following his cleansin
camte the ('atll. Men maust he cleainse,
fromt sin before ti-ey sitall be catlle
to God's service. Though God hat
matny an~geiie belh)gs who will igly g
01 (n rrantds for lI tm, yet he has (eI
1 randls tupon which only clheansed lit
man beings ennt go. The only one
who cani reariy d(hlire thle gospel C
God's gr'ace are those wvho have et
perienceed its saving ltower. God I
askinig this samtie qutionio of' men an
womeon. Isaiahl readily respondled t
his call by dediienting huitaself to flh
task. lieI sitiid, "Here amii I ; sendo mte.
' V. Isaiah's Commission (vv. t1-13).
1. Th'le Seniding (vv. it, 1t0). lie hat
a mtost dliscoutraging t ask be'fore htini
lHe is itssuredo~ that thet plel wil
heiar his mttessatge, btut be unmtoved b
it. They will even intcrea:se in lii t
ness andt dleafn(ess to thle dliine watrr
ings-theuy wlli neithter he' converte(
ntor healed. Sucht a htoieless fts
wvould only be unslerltaken by3 ote wit
had htad a v'isl ion (f Godl.
2. 'lThe Encottu:agemienit (vv. 11 -.13
Facintg this disvoturagiing outi lk th
prophet riaisedl tihe ltiuiry, "Lotrd, hii
longT"'IThe Lotrd in ills repily assure
hum that it would not last f~ovel
TIhe land wotl lie desolat Ie, the citic
without inhuabitant s, aind the hoiuse
withotut occupants ; butt aus the t.:t' ri
talns its vittal substatnce even Ion
after it huas been cutt diown, so trot
Judath shall a retmi~nn he' satved. Th'l
holy seed is the tuibsitantce wh ich slut
constitute the basis of I th kingdoti
which shall comeu. whteni lj~ vid's SO
shall be king.
Must Look to Jesus.
If I wat to trepeut. if I wiant t
('htange tmy mt.Iid tuti gel ttmore lan
mtoreC deterhdmued to bie gi oil. I muti
look at Jlesus Chr'ist. I mtitl tnoti(
how perfectly fault less. perfetly imi
inig, lerf'ectly patienti perfectly3 reado
to spmend HIitmself ini tte seice <'
othera, He Ics.-Theu Ilishopl Of Loindoi
The Deceitful Tongue.
P'or time rich muen thetreof aire fuill
violence, and the inhabilitatms Iteret
hmave spoken lies, and( their tonigui
deceitful in thei, enantl...-.iafnh 8:1
Taste is a matter of
We state it as our honest
beliefthat the tobatcos used
in Chesterfield are of finer
quality (and hence of better
taste) than in any other
cigarette at the price.
Liggeu & Aitri Tbacco Ce.
20 for 18c
10 for 9c
of 50 -45c
If a m1a is overhol he occasionll Iy
as bowled over.
Important to all Women
Readers of this Paper
Thousands upon tiousands of women
have kidney or bladder trouble and never
Womnlen's complaints often prove to be
nothirig elsc but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healithy con
dition, they may cauxe tihe other organs
to becoae diseased.
You may sifer pain in the back, head
ache and lors of ambition.
Poor health makes you nervons. irrita
ble and may be despondent; it makes any
But hundreds of women claim that )r.
t Kilimer's Swamp-Root, by restoring
health to the kidneys, proved to be just
the remedy needed to overcome such
Many send for a sample bottle to see what
S Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder medicine, will do for them. By
enelosing ten cents t Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y.. y ou may receive sam
e ple sizel bottle by Parcel Post.. You can
n purchase medium and large size bottles at
e all drug stores.-Advertisement.
a -.----- --
d Giant Spring.
Not far from the lowin of Twin
Falls, in Idaho, i ta spring th1an1 rutn
t a big electrienl h1n1t. It Is cnlled the
r, ThoutsaInd Sprinhg. mid thIi'e Is nloth
If ng like it to) be 1.41itndl anaiywhere else
Y in the world. Ihit it trtimendous
sprinig It is iai1y he Jldgiel frmi the
fauct thaut It dlelivers~ nitiost 1,(000t eule
feet oif wa'ter a xeenul--euugh waI ter
r to suppily aill the nieeds of thle elt y of
New~ York ! It Ilowx out of a Ia vn
('elift' iii a conidxelrnL~b'leiheightt, lIke the
f tricity, ls distribuuted for' lIghtinag and(
1 ot her piurpo ses over an i extenive a rea.
A Scratched Record.
One (lily r'ecently tinury itirdeIIla, age
flive, werei~ vbilt ing t heir cm:elahnot her,
n hiotm they eanit tiaa. MAlary ltiirdella
was~ sintging to oneit ofi her dollsk when'a
Ihtimamm jIoined, in on thle refraini. Iliar
riet .1 tn looked up a mnd sid. very so
s Some foods are to<
ame too starchy, mar
sary elements and:
body -and many 1co
I down with fermenitat
and mecngth. It col
richness of wheat an
ley, including the i
elements, without wJ
cannot be fully susta
4 < *
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos-blended
No work that you farmers do is too
rough for clothes made out of Stifel's
All Overalls, Jumpers and Work Clothes
made of this cloth last longer, wash bet
ter and keep their "looks."
See that you get it. Look for this boot shaped
trade mark stamped on the back of the cloth.
') , Garnents sold by dealers eerywhere
le are makers of the cloth only.
/ J. L. STIFEL & SONS
Indigo Dyers and Printers
Wheeling, W. Va.
260 Church St., New York, N. Y.
Postponeo kelpenzance. Flijrt.ation Spoiled.
Th'lerc wats it 1utnl ot inl Wisconsin ".\b. lillh- ol1f.," .Slt h a eit
Who wetit to It revIvNal ruvetling 1nd ws. pa (tronl, "I coiulId sit here all dtay andt
pressed to repent. lik wayvee' for a. it %41 N11 1)l11 wlrn ily un1l1S."
tine 11nd finaully ar1ose 11nd 8;11(: "11 1,1t e.1-:14 you coultinl't," sa1id the.
"Friends, I to relin(1 t 1)and tell fitir taut nih-u rst.
how haud I haiavt len.t, but I dln't do "Thage harer up in front -. n..
It whten the gran ld Juray is ini sssionl.''" wt huln. I en n tell l'roain the way hen
"Tlhe Lor~d will for'gir e,"' te reviv'ni- sihuillrng hk i'tfet thiat as soon as hef
1i1sttoute.d- gets4 trough! shaiving the nan hae's
"'I'roably hie will,"' anslweredQ the workintg on he's going to sItroll bmek...
siinner. "haut he in't on thati graindl hiere."
ju try."'-Hoston1 Tr'ansit.
'Odd coincidence. "u 'i 'ji ifl
A ft er te war, wile hu nting son. ' 'k?'usewIte tirl(t
vetn irs in ai deisertd ('I vilIlage In I1, . ' IS. tiI t. r-l~sal ""ri
r'uine, I fou ati il Ifedd, evident ly ni lta ai'f dny 3ke- ty h' ("
lost1 ly nt (h'inan soier, with a pie- lu h e i i on ih oltry
Iture ftk n 14P1 4einetwhere't in I .ineolna f'x .'' : tea nid 111tl t it(ls I'
i'artk, In thie foraeground w'.as't 'a'1 gi l tl'''ei.r1 tti' .~titt~ai
ope i tl ( th e 't air nd 'it ting ont iia 'Ile t.
lookinig ont.--- t('hitnge .lourinal. Js o
Tloo inanty pl('de do tnat e'ven thinik "utvta ~ta eti tilta
To"am L onyurs r i snult ig
H vry eary ws ebigda?" fore the iornls.
anda addayfoM." enkins-r. orpn."ra
liin o homa9bne s 'to dy ok any et
aimj o to fi i as care-w. pry
lshiody axsr Mater. anin uatr
waliipckngoue c lub. o r'e"-1iri~in
ion ad ut- Grae-Nut is.\stoey foodkfor
thoe woA omet lifenk stauuua
buidhains ok la pracki ealh
Thenhefl Oerbto Gr ded-Natshero bdyoIt
dmaltebr- geroce tay. Trigdy for wth eamon
aam ndral sad dayk frbkat o.enk nchl for
'c the ntoof proere in a detigtu readd
- e. Grpe afny aimancwohsbuiestod.n
>eavys-m e Nutsdigst B uily ndwhre
"o tav hesa Rgodmlini" opet od
thotu era o.sIcte oCrek tome feshita