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d Musterole won't blister like the
ashioned mustard plaster. Just
d it on with 'your fingers. It
trates to the sore spot with a gentle
loosens the congestion and draws
the soreness and pain.
usterole is a clean, white ointment
e with oil of mustard. It is fine for
k relief from sore throat, bronchitis,
litis, croup, stiff neck, asthma,
algia, headache, congestion, pleu
rheumatism, lumbago, pains and
e . of the back or joints, sprains, sore
mc":. bruises, chilblains, frosted feet,
S:1 the che Keep it handy
use. 35c and 65c, jars and
'tal size, $3.00.
" : a mustard plaster
hen Baby Frets
teething, feverishness, cold, colic or
and bowel irregularities there is
nothing that will give it
quicker relief than
baby's specialist's prescription,
dbessfully used for 15 years. A sweet
that children like-takes theplace
astoroiL. Contains no opiates or haun.
'dres. Package, 25c, at your druggist.
* fails to help, your money trefunded.
The Mail Bag.
are .' u a :geod correspondeat, and
do y u encumlre with the average
on in the number of letters you
te ?Last year the .averaje ceorre
ndence for every man, woman 'and
hied in The United Klingdam was TO
a and le postcards. In the year
ae Oe war there were 3,487,000,000
S', ters .sud 920,500,000 p'ostcatrds. Thi5
y " ans an -average of 75 lettlers -nnd 20
cards -er head of the pormlu-aleu
ontrona1 lNarly Herald.
One Who finds out the opnilon to
iers 'i'n order to agree -With it, will
t along-itn a way.
Mrs. 5. W. Tidwell
Atlanta, Ga.-"About a I
aspreparing to go to the ptao
die. Had been sick and muffering two
years, had dizzy spells, suffered from
headache, constipation and a despond
ent feeling all the time. Had tried
many different remedies and got no
better. I got to a drug store one day
and was talking to the druggist about
my condition. Hie handed mue a bottle
49f Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
and said, ' I think thaat will help you.'
.Before I had taken all of that one
bottle I felt like a new woman. Now
I can say, along with thousands of
other women, that Doctor Pierce's
Favorite Prescription cured me."
Mrs. G. WV. Tidwell, 07 HIampton St.
D-'-'~ r. Pierce's Favorito
made many women
them healthy. Get
'our nearest druggist,
'V r tablet form. Write
Sids' Hotel In Buffalo,
* edical adv~ice,
A FINE GENERAL TONLC
nd C~aa Make
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The Darkness of
By REV, GEORGE E. GUILLE
Eixtension Department, Moody Bible
TEXT-But wvith me it is a very small
thing that I should be judged of you, or
of man's day.-l Cor. 4:3, R. V.
"Man's Day." Thus does the Spirit
of God designaa this present age. He
has - designations,
such as "This
"This present evil
Man's Day had
S a definite morn
ing. As definite
an evening is now
near. We know
not at what hour
by the clock it
shalt close, for
Scripture doe s
not. tell us, b~ut we tatjw that for the
church of Old it shall end when that
neat prophetic Day-the Day of
Man's Day, like the other days of
Scripture, has its own characteristics,
all set forth In the Word of God. The
Bible is as fully up to date as though
G0d had but this morning placed it
in our hands, and there is no.t a design
nor an achievement of muan in world
affairs, in politics, In religion, not r
world-novemuent that has not been an
tlelyistel by Holy Scripture.
The most striking mark o;. Man's
Day is the silence of God. In the ages
before the cross God spoke by the
prophets, and inl the last of th e days
He spoke by His Son. Since that
blessed voice was stilled at Calvary
God has remaincd silent and man has
been speaking and manifesting his
folly. "They speak every mian vanity
with his neighbor." "Professing them
selves to be wise, they became fools,"
because "they became vain in thelr
iensonings and their senseless heart
was darkened." All the powers of his
soul have been corrupted by sin, yet
he exalts human Oason above all
things, criticizes God, contradicts Ills
Word, makes light of His wisdom, re
Jeets His Son and laughs at His pre
clous blood as the divine rente:ly for
sin. He imagines that God endowed
him with reason to equip him as r
"critic" of His Wcrd and His works
and I-us ways, instead of using tll
power, along with the other powers
-of his soul and spirit, for becoming ac
quainted with God and finding his
highest joy in fellowship with Him.
He denies that he is a fallen,, ruined
creature, without God and without
hope in the world, and prates of his
-divinity, adi'tting that the Lord Jesus
is divine only as all men are divine.
He debases God with his pantheism
.and :speaks, with dich show of learn.
lag, of the divine immanence. With
resounding phrases he talks much of
the dignity and glory of manhood,
while he humanizes God or drags Himi
from His throne. He proposes all
sorts of remedies for the evils which
he would fain remove wglile he scoffs
at the one only remedy revealed in Holy
Scripture. And the evils increase and
inen die in their sins. He talks or
seience and~ education b~y which he
proposes to lift up the miasses, and of
treform and self-euiture by wvhieh lhe
promises to empty jails and pentiten
tiaries. Still the mtasses are down and
the ienitentiries are full, lie toasts
of his science and( his progress aand
calls his fellowinen to his fairs thai
they mtay b~ehold the work of his
And God remaIns silent i'"Tese
things; hast thou dlone(," says IH(, "tand
I kcept silence. Thou thoughtest that
I was altogether such an one as ithy
rlTe reasonts for God's silence are
tasy to discover.
1. lHe has given to men ils Word.
comiplete and finah andl confirnmd us
to its t ruthI and trustwvorthlinte:s by a
thousantd infallible proofs. The climax
of dh ~ine revelation hats b~een reached
rand there is no reserv'e of mercy yet
to be unfolded. Those who come to
that Word nteed nto other voIce, for the~
'une voice that spoke it in the hegin
Iitng spea~ike!th it it still to all who
htave ears to hear. "Oht, earth, earth,
earthI, htear the word otf Jehovah," is
God's chtatllenge to mill the wotrldl. "Let
Ghod spea~tk," cries thte skeptIc, "andt( I
will believe." Thle' answer' is thtat
"God htath I spoken" in H-iIs Word.
2. (God's lpresenit silence proclatiims
this as te necepteud timie una thle day
of ills grace. '"['le longsuffering of
ourll I ,Ord Is salvat ion'" and "11'lie en
dured wiih much lontgsuff'ering thle
vessels oif wraith titted (by, themtselves)
to dlestruction." The iiite sacrifice
b~y which Ills righteous claims have
been pIstiie has been acecepated, the
; :tut mne'sty hits been declared, and
lie keteps back te storm of Judgment
whtile I le watits in grace and mtercy to
save. I htear maen speak of "golden
silence." IIlow golen thtis silentce of
God ! Ilow: a'louiuent for sinners!
:3. liut (:4ri's ileunce, though it has
c'omnt ed cle Iy, v.Is at lengtht to be
1olok en. WI h< Ithe spea ks aiga in it
shlut 1.e Iby II at I n e in whom He
El""( li.i , a'mme'nt is comIng of
w'hi'h i .' ei ritn'"Thte mtighty Glod
iiiath spe''en and t l Iled thle earth from
t he riag of lth' sun unto the goitqg
dow~n g ereotf." Ycen, "our God sltall
(comie atnd shall not keep sgence."
"Thtese thhi.gs hast thtou dlone and I
Ikept sile'nce. Bitt I will reprove
Mapn's Day is going out in awful
alght. Oh soVIl. While' Godi's graciousa
sIlence remaina, be saved and escape
that nightt .of doom,. Accept tle wait
'ng Savior nuov and He will accept
IMI'ROYED UIFORM INTERNATIONAL
(By IliV. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D.,
Teacher of English Bible in the Moody
Bible Institute of Chicago.)
Copyright, 1922. Western Newspaper Union.
LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 26
JESUS THE GREAT MISSIONARY
LESSON TEXT-Luke 5:1-39.
GOLDEN TEX'---The son of flan is
come to seek and to save that whilh is
ItEl''EItENCI.- MATERIAI,-Matt. 4:23:
PRIMARY TOP'IC-Jesus Brings a Lit
tle Girl Back to Life.
JUNIOR TOPIC-Jesus the Great Mis
IN'EIl2MEDIATE AND SE10NIOR TOPIC
-Jesus Meeting All Iuman Needs.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
-Jesus the Ideal Mlss.onary.
I. The Great Missionary's Field (vv.
le went throughout every city and
village. The tiene missionary goes to
everybody, for all need the gospel.
1. Ills Message (v. 1). He preached
the glad tidings of the kingdom of
God. The gospel message is truly good
tidings, for the great King is offeting
to rebellious sinners salvation through
2. ills Helpers (v. 1.) The twelve
apostles were with Ilim. The mission
ary should utilize the help of others.
3. Supported by Saved Women (vv.
2, 3). Out of grateful hearts certain
women who had experienced the sav
ing power of the gospel ministered
unto Jesus of their substance.
1i. The Great Missionary Teaching
1. The Parable of the Sower (vv. 4
21.). (1) the sower-Jesus (see Matt.
13:27). (2) The seed'-the Word of
God (v. 11). (3) The kinds'of ground
(vy. 5-3). (a) Wayside (v. 5). This
foot-trodden path pictures. the hiad
hearted upon which no Impression can
be made. The preached word finds no
entrance, and Satan snatches it away
as birds pick up the grain from the
hard-beaten path. In such cases faith
cannot spring up and result in salva
tion (v. 12). (b) Stony ground (v. 6).
This is not stones mixed with earth,
but a thin layer of earth on a ledge of
rock. The seed falling upon such
earth springs up quickly, but the plant
soon dies when exposed to the sun.
This pictures the hearer who receives
with joy the message of the gospel, but
when persecution and trials come be
cause of following Christ he gives up
and deserts the cause (v. 15). (c)
Thorny ground (v. 7). This ground is
good, but it has thorns growing in it.
The seeds spring up. but the plant has
no room to develop. Tills r!ctures the
Christians who bear no Christian fruit
because of being preoccupied with
"cares, riches and pleasures" of this
life (v. 1.4). (d) Good ground (v. 8).
The seed here sprang up and bore fruit
to the full measuais. This pictures (te
honest heart which receives the gospel
message and allows it to produce in
its life a full harvest of grain (v. 15).
The appliention of this parable is
found inl verses 16-18.
2. Kinship with Jeents Christ (vv. 19
21). JTesus1 teaches htere that there is
a relationship to Hlim wvhich is closer
than thie tie of blood.
lii. The Great Missionary Doing
Wonders (vv. 22-39).
I. Calming tihe Storm (vv. 22-25).
(1) Jesus asleep (v. 23). While the
disciples wvere sailing (lie shlip the
Master fell alsleep. (2) The fright
ened disciples (vy. 23, 24). As their
ships) were iiled~ With water the (11s
ciples awoke Jesus with thleir cry of
peril. (3) .lesus rebuked tihe windl and
water (v. 241). At His word there was
a great cainm. (4) Jesus rebuked the
diiselples (v. 25). Hie did( not rebuke
then:i for waking H1im1, but for their
lack of faith..
2. Casting Out Demons (vv. 20-39).
Demion-possesslon w~as in thamt (liy, and
1s5tday, an awful reality. (1) Jesus
met bly the demoniac (vv. 26-29). (2)
JesuIs' qlueslion (v. :30). The pur~se
of this question dloubtless was to b~rinlg
thie real imnan to conlsiousness-to en
ale iml to (list inguiisht between tihe
request (vv. 3l1, 32). They aisked per
inission to (enter into aI herd of swine.
it seems11 thait the dem1lons have a dis
like for disemlbodhimnt. Thei devil
cannliot acet without Divine pecrission.
(4) Tihe requiest granted (vv 32, 33).
Just why thils wams done we do not
kniow. Since Jesus did( it we muilst be
lieve( that it was wvise. (5) Tihe effect
upon tihe peopleC (vv. 34i-37). (a) 'The
keepers of the swine wenit t and madt~e
i ktnown in the city and country. (h)
The people made invest igat ion. They
saiw thle man11 clothed~ iand in lis right
mind, andit heard (lie testimuony of
those who had seen whait was done.
(c) tUesoughit Jeosus to departl I from
themn. (0) Request of the mai~n whiom~
ie healed (vv. 38, 39). lIe desired to
be with .Jesus. Tis as natiral iand
right, hut his5 responsibility wats to go
home1W and1 show thlem what great things
God had done for gu.
Pure religion andI undleflled before
God1 anti the F~ather is tis, to vidt
the wvidow aind the fatherless in their
affiletioni, iand to keep himself unaspot
ted fromn tile world.--Jame's 1 :27.
Aiding the Weak.
We then that are strong "ouight to
bear the infirmities of (lie "--' . and
not to please ourselvie'. 15 :1,
A wise man will nF por
tuities than he Ainde
Chef Had Plenty
But He Could
Even an expert chef for an up-to
(late restaurant, with everything heart
could wish in the eating line uind the
skill to prepare it in the most appetiz
lag manner, finds life miserable and
work a burden with his appetite gone 1
and his health all broken up on ac
count of stomnch trouble.
According to his own statenent,
such hlad'been the case for two years
with William Lackey, 865 North Wells
St., Chicago, Ill., chef at a popular
North Clark St. rea:tuurniit, who says
he recently found relief by taking
Mr. Lackey now boasts of a "won
derful appetite and a stomach that
digests such things as haul and eggst
corned beef and cnbhage, and rich pits
tries, foods that would have almost
put me out of commiission. before I
"Before I ran ncros: this medicinc,"
said he, "I was having to lay off from
my work for a week at a tine just
on account of the numnerous ills I suf
fered from indigestion. But when I
tell you I have gained fifteen pounds,
eat and digest an yliung, and at on1
the job every day feeling fla, you mny
know how I appreciate 'iTianlac."
Tanlac l sold by all good druggists.
May Need a New Auto.
"Don't you think the doctor comes
oftener than he needs tor'
"I don't know. One needs at good
many things these days."-Boston Eve
10 Cents G'
Hasn't the Brains.
".Did Iteggie ever work ?"
"Work? Why, Reggie never even la
bored under a deluslon."
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, that famous old remedy
for infants and children, and iee that it
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
The churchwarden of a country
church was to e married to a nurse
from a local hospital.
A fortnight previously it was de
cided by the remembers of the congre
gation to give him some token of es
teei. A coinittee sit and at last
decided on a sumil of mnnley in a net
purse worked by the curate's wife.
The decisian was announced at a
church meeting by the curate, a nerv
ous little man.
"My dear friends," he said, "It las
er-been decilded-er-to present to
our esteemed friend, Mr. L-, on the
-er-occasion of--er-his marriage,
?25--and a pet nurse !"
T1hen the smiles grew and grew.
Measures Lenses by Light Waves.
By means of a newv instrunment it
1s now p)ossible' to dleternmine whet her
the lenses of eyeglasses and ot her
opitical dlevices have beeni nicuratIely
ground accordilng to the ptrescribed
f'ormtula. I leretofore the means for
testing optical lenses have beeni only
apiproximant ely neecurate0 and more or
less liable( to hunman error. TLhiis ini
st rumnent, says the Popular Mechanics
Magazine, uses5 the light passing
through the lens to measure Its pocwer.
It combines tlie advanitages of the
other methods, none of which is com
phete in itself, and eliminates the de
fects peculiar to each.
T nt so
sleep you g<
it fitful and unrefri
One common cat
caffeine which irrite
If you have any
night, or makes you
This pure cereal b
health, and its fiavc
people prefer Postur
Your grocer sells
(in tins) prepwred in
ing water. Postum
fer to make the dria
pared; made by boili
$5$6$7&$8 SHOES NIem
W. Is. Douglass shoes are actually do.
rnanded year after year by more people
than any other shoe in the world.
erlal aui.l workmmiusiip are
xte.jnluitled for the price. Miis
worth while for you to know
haat when you buy W. L.
)ouglas shoes you are get
iug the benoiltof his 40 years
hoes possible for tihe price.
Near thorn aint Rave money.
tblo pronits is guariantced by
ho prico stamped on ovory
W.L.DOUGLAS;"';T," i Sr in' i L
10 of our owi stores in tho I. /,.lsuglas Warne
argocitieo miti by shootteal. and , portrait is the
us over 'whero. Ask vtr best k nowra s/i oe
hboo dlelaer lo show viyo T\V .ie ~, T aiks is the
Jotglas shoes. Only by ox- the highesttedsant
tinistiig tIstin can you- ap- ,tfenautity ftthe tar.
arecinto their valuew. tefus st p'ossiblecost. The
ubstitutos. Intsist uo'n lio rii n(1t 3ilc ii
tg W.4.louglai shio,'ez %ti% l -i,"l .stamped on
ho retail prico anti the umne
ia iiod on the sole. Tho 1i al let lilt is tdlir.
otail h tricus are tho stulo it t bt talateg.
r0 SA! it'hi.4X TS: U no
tealer in your tot hindles
L.D1)ouetsq.. s hoes, s rite to- A.reattlent
lay for exerdiisa rights to W..I/onigtua Shoe (/o.
andle this quick setting, 10 Oprko Street
luiek turn-over line. Birookton. Mue.
pet'hmil (opy Oyster Fairen News, ctanl ini
10.000 words. pictures. poenis. govt-iunent
riuottatioins, full liiform tit in Iteist.. Cish
Inctuite from i nvestiti $10 tliit litly. itlettd
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TNAM FADELESS DYES
WILLING TO DO HIS SHARE
Jack Dempsey's Really Amusing Story
of Irishman Made a Hit With
Jacek Dlenmpsey's recent visit to
Lomdon watl s at brief one blut it auf
forldedl himt titue i'nottgh to establish)
it brilll I l Il t n it s tO t a1fterl -
clinnc'r sp~enke r. Nieveral 1,oncion new\s.
piliper, In fiac, u'leinrei Ihhn1 to be
it better aifter-Clitter sp eakler than
('ulllncey IDetpt'v or .Inmies itusseli
Juek mmlite is repiutattlion at it
Itlucleoen given -i his noitr by airtd
Northelilfe. All IEnglinmd's grout es!
stiatesnuIt, it iisis a itl llionaires
Were gathretl rouI the bolarl. Whie(
the young ebampllion wasn enllet) on for
at toast in rose and iti saI:
"I am a good dealt like the Ii ish111111
who alil en(led i1 dinner where every
guleSt hadl to ma1ke ai speech. Sing 11
song or tell it story. When the Irish
min's turn ('nine lee got up ind soaid:
"'I n('n't 111ke it sI)e'(wh, or sing at
song, or tell i story, hut I'll fight any
nin In Ihe tonlt.'
Belgium's Dense Population.
It Is cu1tsnt'ty to think of ChIin aIsI
thle Ilargest potuatlion 01, 4l28,(MH),(XlO it
hast~ also0 the lar gest airen of thle Wvorld's
poiil ilienl dIivIsions, 4I,27$8,(X)t) squa nore
itanits to t' 5411i1te 11nile Is only3 )ROR.
JBelgiu ha1 title '.;' 22 IinhhtilIltns to
lhe squarei' mlile'. .h :11 Iin Jis IC m ub ore
thet spitetil e, u~t but1 her innhbtanlts to
hahilf 1 1as lunnly as5 IelgI im's.
Cause of a Wife's Anger.
"D)oes yourt wite get angry It' you
donil't talIk to hter't"' ''No; only~ It I don't
liten to her."
much a question of the number of hot
id in bed, as it is of the quality of I
~t. Is your sleep sound and restful, or
se of wakefulness at night is ov<
offee drinking. For coffee conta
tes the nerves and frequently leads
idea that coffee keeps you awake
nervous, make a change from coffee
everage contains nothing that can ha
r is much likce coffee. In fact, mns
afor its flav'w alone.
Postum in two forms: Instant Posti
stantly in the cup by the addition of b
Cereal (in packages) for those who ~
k while the meal is being pre..
ig'fully 20 minutes.
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HINDERCORNS nemoves enrescat.
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Think This Over-Then Act
Heoat prescriptiats cist $3 ench. our bookt
contatlnlaing 1.5 alIt-'rent ;seIeted1 copies. fully
explained for ueiIn 9 niia ltn ts, coa st $1.00.
Figure It out. Supply lntaltod. \Vatters Co.,
1140 Colum slus A v... Monton, airns.
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'Tone to Old Curtains
dyes or tints as you wish
Being igIno;ratnt is not so iuucl a
shate ats being unwilling to learn.
If your eyos smart or fool scaldod, Ro
mana Eye Italaun applied upon guliag to bed
Is just tho thing to reltevu them. Adv.
Fires Spotted by Forest Air Patrol.
''The visille of airp lane fortu't instrol
,was forcibly deinimstratt recently
neatr loseb~urg, (re. O~ne of the sitate
forest eras in Iha1t sity had rItech cll re
ports froi the lookouts in his It'rritory
that there were no itres to be seen. It
happe unedl that just .at tat1 pantilubr
tile he deciel to acconlll)ty ont1 *
the ta'y stir service lialots engagIlel in,
I iatralling th reg an lo ret. lie 1a('
not p)rolceed('d very 'far n his aaP11111.
j"otu rney before he reali.ed that the r
I krts he halii rect'ived fr'i'em his Ia atlc
ou114 were not as l'elhlelp its he was.
led to bellievt'. To his great onlsternaj
il-1a i. diseovered Ihat he lad 11n lesms
than 12 real fires on his htandis which
no one knew anyth ng aoult. Need
less to say, the state f)'este' is now
converted to aterlial forst' y Imtrol
Not a Perfect Pleasure Resort.
"Why, hello. Aliee!" 'xdlnline!
(Gladys, a~s the twoa met. "This Is lhe
first tiiae I've seeij yaou siII(c you went
tan yourt v'Iaentionh. 1l1kl you have ai goodat ,
"Ghidys, 1 had1( aI perfec'P(tly gaargeoaus
"Thleu n' lesoart was all yout;t' expet-t
t'd lI to bae?"'
"'All, auud morne,"' Allee iunisted. '"Andi
t he ho't el whaere I st aye'd ! It was abhso
lately lae molast 'xc'lutsive pla1ce you ennii
finaugine'! Nobiody there butt reat
'"My ! 1 doaan't knowv whethler' Il like
that or' not ," (Ghldy observ'ed. ''Wasn't
t.h('re aybods'y att all theret' that you~l
Onhe of' the nautin troubales wIth us Ia
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