They are GOOD!
Fooled the Court.
A lawyer was defending a burglar
accused of housebrealing.
"I submit, your honor," said the
ltwyer, "thtt ily elient did not break
into the house at all. He merely saw
at window, inserted his arm, and re
moved a few articles. Now, my client's
ari is not himself. Why punish his
whole body when his arm is the guilty
"That argument is well put," said
4 - the judge. "I sentence the arm tc
12 monthls' imprisonment. The man
can accompany it or not, as le
'T'he' prisoner smiled, took oft his
wooden arm, and walked out.
Reaches Away Back.
A baldheaded society man tells this
one on himself. He was at a lawr
party, and at matron who thought ie
was too busy talking to a pretty giri
to notice what she was saying re
marked in a1 low voice to another ma
tron, "Whatt a nice face Mr. Blan
.Just then he happened to remove his
hat for a moment and he heard the
other reply, "Yes, and how much there
is of it."-uoston Transcript.
"Boss. I'm hungry."
"Here's a nickel."
"Thanks, boss. Are you a sport?"
"I hope so."
"I'll match you for i nickel. I
couldn't staly my stummick with less
than a dime."-New York Evening
It takes a tremendous lot of religion
to convert at maln's pocket.
T New *52
Records of Standard
TIhis leadership has come only
per dollar of price. Price, opera
your dollar buys the most trer:
Equipment and accessories cc
priced car made.
Chevrolet is ALL THERE a
the license, gasoline and oil.
Standard Rear Axle Construction.
Strong, Quiet Spiral Bevel Gears.
speeds forward and one reverse.
Standard Braking System-foot
service brake, hand emergency brake,
Standard Electrical System-Start
er, storage battery, electric lights
Standardvewiing System-pum pcir.
cuhation, large, honey-comb radiatoi
Standard .ore- two en ronates
coupe, and light delivery, four o:
touring and sedan.
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LITTLE KINGDOM OF TONGI
One Remaining Nominally independen
State in Pacific Is Under Limited
'I'oiga, little kingdom (if 100 isles
is the one renaiiing .ioniially in
dependent state in the Pacilic, and
though under British protection, 11
still flies its own flag. Its governinenl
is a limited isoitarehy.
'T'ime was when its legislative as
sembly gathered only oncte in thre(
years, and steanship companies wits
vessels plying to - Tongi advertised
the fact as a tourist attraction.
George Tubon II was then on the
throne. lie was a inun six feet sever
inches in height and weighing some
thing over two hundred at:nd elghty
pounds. He wits wont to open parlia.
anent with great ceremony, the boor
of brass saluting canion and melai
gold braid. Attired li a scarlet coat
blue trousers, plumed lie iet, with a;
erinine-iitriuned plush cloak. traillint
from his shoulders and held by tw(
velvet-clad pages, King George woukl
miarch from his palace to the pariia
ment buildings. Gnus poliped at in
tervals, while the populace stoot
around and bowed low in honor.
But George Il's (laughter Salots
now rules and parliament ineets oItc(
a year in less Gilbertian display.
Ilow many norning daillies are nov
published in London? .lst people
Journalists included, would answer off
hand that there are not more than t
dozen. Actually the addition of thi
Westiinster Gazette to the list brings
the total nflimier up to 30. Lon
don's morning publications are consid
erably In excess of the evening issues
whose number Is 12. A few of ti
constituents of the hatter list are alsi
not to be found in the ordinary bool
Once, while chatting with Senato1
Shirley of Maine, Bill Nye, the humor
ist, remarked that he had been born a
Shirley in the senator's stat.e and tha
he supposed the town had been name<
for one of the senator's ancestors.
"I don't know," the senator replied
"that there was such a town in Maim
"I didn't know it either," Nye said
innocently, "until I was born there."
One or the Other.
Flubb-Age always tell on a woman
Dubh-If it doesn't, her best frient
will.-New York Sun.
el Breaking All Sales
Fully Equipped Cars
from sheer superiority in value
tion and maintenance considered,
sportation in a Chevrolet.
neidered, Chevrolet is the lowest
a sold-nothing more to buy but
ometor, armmoter, oil pressure gauge,
lighting and starting switch, and
Standard Type of Carburetor, with
Powerfui, Valve-In-Head Motor.
the same type as used in successul
cars selting at much higher price.
Demotindable Rime-with extra rim.
Many Othier Advantage. which will
be imticed on inspection, comnpahisoQ
Investigate the Difference
Before You Buy
tpany, Detroit, Michigan
ii Motor. Cer rations
00 Chevrolet Application, will be Considered
'rice Seations from High Grade Dealers In Ter.
the Wortd ritories not Adequately Covered
t8 bepots Wanted
ret Asiaa Gaoreia.
IMPROVED JNWORM INTERNATIONAL
(By REV. P. B. FITZWATElt, D. D.,
'Teacher of English Bible in the Moody
Bible Institute of Chicago.)
Copyright. 1922. Western Newspnper TnIon.
LESSON FOR AUGUST 6
THE' TEMPLE REBUILT AND
LESSON TEXT-Ezra 3:1-0:22.
GOLDEN TIcXT-fy soul longeth, yea,
even fainteth for the courts of the Lord.
R0FERIENCIE MATElIAI,-llaggal 1:
1-2:23; Isaiah G2; Rev. 21:1-22:5.
'R!IMARY TOPIC-Jayfully Building
JUNIOR TOPIC-Rebuilding the Temple.
INTEiIMEI)IA'r AND ftENIOIt TONIC
-Love for God'i House.
YOUNG PEOPLE, AN) ADULT TOPIC
-What God's House Should Mean to a
After becoming settled in the towns
surrounding Jerusalem th'e people
were called together for the purpose
of reestablishing the worship of the
Lord God. The leaders in this nove
ment were Jeslhua the priest and
Zerubbabel the governor. In view of
the fact that the clearing away of the
debris of the old city and temple and
the erection of the new temple would
take a long time, an altar was erected
where sacrifice might be offered at
once unto God.
I. The Foundation of the Temple
This was an auspicious occasion and
- was celebrated with most impressive
ceremonies. It marked an epoch in
the history of the nation. It brought
most vividly to them their bitter ex.
periences in the datk past, and yet
pointed them forward to the time of
blessing when God's favor would be
upon them again.
1. The priests in their apparel (v.
10). In Exodus 80 the priestly gar
menits are described. These garmwits
symbolized their consecration to the
2. The priests with trumpets (v. 10).
These trumpets were of silver and
were used in calling the people to
3. The Levites with cymbals (v. 10).
These were to furnish the instrumental
music of the sanctuary. This was ac
cording to the arrangement made by
David (I Chron. 15:16-21).
4. They sang together by course
(v. 11). This means that they sang
to one another responsively. The one
company sang, "The Lord is Good";
the other responded, "For Ills mercy
5. Mingled weeping and shouting
(vv. 12-13). Sonie of the older ment
who had seen the magnificent and
glorious temple of Solomon, which had
been destroyed, wept much when they
saw how far short the present founda
tion came of the former temple. Oth
ers were gltd of the favor of (od
which had hrought them back and that
a beginning had been numde in the new
house of worship.
II. The Building of the Temple Hin
dered (Ch. 4).
T1he three pecrlis which put back thme
buildig of time tempile for some four
teen years reveal the persistent meth
(o(s which thie enenmy uses to hinder
thle conist ructive building programs of
God's eletOll ini every age.
L. An uninmtelligent pessimism (3 :12).
It wats no credit to "priests, Leyites
and( chief of the fathers" to mar this
gloriouis occaisioni with wveeing. Un
dier the circutancetshi'Q this wats a
gloriouas bleginning aind gave promise of
great things for the futur'e. G1od's
pr'oumises looked to the future when
eveni greater glories should be to the
chosena people than ever had beea en
joyed in thme days of Solomon. Many
today, because things are not quito
wlut they shouldh be, do not go for
ware with a conistruictive progr'am, and
even hinder those wh'lo have the hope
2. Worldly compiiromnise (41:2, 3). "Let
us build witha you, for we seek yotur
God1." This is Satanu's imost common
and effective mlethiod todlay. May the
courageous Zerubbab4ls (leclare anewv,
"Ye have nothing to do with us to
build an house ulnto our Gorj."
3. Open oppiosition by the world (4 :4
24). Whien iref used a part in the wvork,
open1 and( violent oipositioni was re
sor'ted to. hIntiidtation and( politlcal
.schieing wero used to defeat the build
. Ig plain of God's people.
ill. The Temple Finished (5 :1-6:15).
Thrmoughi the mninistriy of the prtophi
tets, linaggul and1( Ze'zehariahu, thme peo.
pie wer'e enciioura'ged to t'esumtie thu
woi'k of building tihe temiple. They
wrought with energy and enthumsiasm.
How niecess'ary' are God's pr'ophmets to
encourage und urge Onl tihe woirkeirs in
the Lor'd's virneyar'd!
IV. The Temple Dedicated (0 :10-22).
The people wvere tunited in this build
ing and caine together upon its com
pletion and solemnly dedicated it to
God, it was a joyous occasion anid
they unitod in the observance of the
passover with gratitude to (God that
He had strengthened their hanuds in
The Doer of the Work.
But whiose iooketh itlo the perfect
Law oif ibeirty and continueth thierelan,
be being sot a forget ful hearer, but a
doer of tLhea work, this man shall be
bleasi l~a bJl deed.-.amaes 1 :25.
No Disguise Can Conceal Love.
N. disguiso t'un lung oianeenii love
whe~re it Is, nor fteignt it where it ise
Don't Perget the Sands.
Utwe you UIIlys by theo situise bat
don't frg~eIt 8b ads.-Spargess.
THERE ARE MAN
or digression fr<
sharp cry, a prolonge
or of the whole body,
something wrong. 1
do not act naturally ar
is the first thought, b
a safe remedy such a:
Castoria has be
ited the good will of
baby's medicine becat
all for every member
when given to a babe
Net Contents 15Fluid
Loss OF SLI
resulting hetfrM in
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"SIXTH SENSE" SAVES
Railroad Passenger Engineer
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(letz Mtopid aditiiiJ" *ilno t a br
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baronihain unde the eictenk
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waer toi thgl clds h
ventoed by ha dutige wtk.
alcu waotwihuder hu en,
Awet heady ofs sin.-ctionm
n inune of the piierum shici
waer to ithorouly Viclene uth
foloed by~ a dustinug with lC
Taulcum powder usucaly mean li
sweeut ,V health( y kin.--Advertisei
oilkng of oaiuM cruiers ther
tirtin licri wose fmanha
spections an visitin therI
quarter t nsemly t121i it ue~
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heatilgy h byts oif th
rohck ng Fiafter ae.h
tiin youg I whas folwhtil
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whno1 olt Tuier (lhn brie foot Ii
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hat hur terwln t ofilc sot
A youngitit mano wasnwhelin
ainclator Atohnfin wron
house. I? oke o, u
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uppelru wIdowo ciilf the uft
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earnet uplead2,ng lonesii
ken Baby Con
T WAYS a baby has of expre
im its normal condition of he
l irritated cry. Restlessness, a
fretful. In these and other w
)st mothers know that a disor
e the cause of most of baby's su
ut in the event of any delay t
i Fletcher's Castoria.
en used for baby's ailments for
the family physician in a meas
se of its harmlessness and the
this: Castoria is essentially a 1
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There is such it thing at
the "grand-stand" talker sooI
coTIC is always welcomed, and the
- than welcome-it reaches you,
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- discerning Mothers. And once 1
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ised, mother love-there is no substitute
try a "substitute" or a "just-as-good".
y names drugs that are injurious to the
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