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Feared She H d
"Since Tanlac has overcome a bad
ease of indigestion and nerv usnaess
of three or tour years' stiaanding for
me, .my work- here in .the store is a
pleasure, and I am certainly grateful
for the good health it hias given ne,'
said irs. J. W. Pickins, of 510 E. 15th
St., Los Angeles, who owns and open.
ates the book store at 219 Mercantile
"I wits so run down that I felt miser
able all the My sleep was broken
and res ' 'I no appetite, and
the gas T. jested food caused
my heart to .LAte so I thought 1
had heart troubne. For a time I had
a swelling in my legs, too, and it was
an effort for,ime to,get about.
"It is wonderful how Tanlael has
given me such perfect relief from these
troubles. I eat heartily , now, sltep
like a child at night, ,and just.feel fine
all the time."
'anaie Is sold by all good druggists.
Good Enough for the Heathen.
Airs. Smith-John, whatever made
You put that bad half-dollar in the
Mr. Smith-Oh, that was all right,
my dear. The collecti:a was for the
heathen, and you don't think those
chaps are going to tell tte difference
between that and a good one, (1o you?
Next Dose of Treacherous Drug
May Start Misery
Calomel is dangerous. It may salivate
you and make you suffer fearfully from
soreness of gums, tenderness of jaws
and teeth, swollen tongue and exces
sive saliva dribbling from the mouth.
Don't trust calomel. It is mercury ;
If you feel bilious, headachy, consti
pated and all knocked out, just go to
your druggist and get a bottle of Dod
son's Liver Tone for a few cents which
is a harmless vegetable substitute for
dangerous calomel. Take a spoonful
and if it doesn't start your liver and
straighten you up hetter and quicker
than nasty calomel and without making
you sick, you just go back and get your
If you take calomel today you'll be
sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides,
it may salivate you, while if you take
Dodson's Liver Tone you will wake up
feeling great. No salts necessary. Give
it to the chilslren because it is per
fectly harmlcss and can not salivate.
You Have to Be an Optimist.
The aimateur gardener was (digging
awvay at the weeds in his potato patch.
"Makes it harder with the needs
so thick, doesn't it ?" said a friend who
was looking on.
"No, it's (easier,"' retortedl the enthu
siast. " You don't have to walik so
fir to the neI.xt weed."-Whleeler's
by Harsh Drugs
Theare are thtousandsa of children andl
grown-ups whose health has been
wrecked simply because they wvere
given strong laxative cathartics when
latby often needs something to cleana
out the little bowels of clogged waste,
but for goodness sakce give him a med
icine made especially for a baby. Give
him Teethina. It's perfectly harmless
and yet brings quick relief without
hur-tlng the tender little intestines likec
the strong dirugs you use for yourself
do when given to the !ittle folks.
Teethina is indor-sed by physicians
andl has beenf used for fifty years.
Oct it at your diruggist, or send 30e
to the Moff'et t Laboratories, C'olumnbus,
Ga., for a package and the valuable.
"Is it possible thliat atfter your
fathler had1( dteeed time old farm to you
in r-et urn for your' praomIase of' a giood
home sfor the r-est of his life, you
turned lhim out ?"
"Cet'.tainly ! I .told hinm I waosn't
rnniung uan asyluma for' foos."--Klan
sas City Star.
* lDr. Peery's "Deoad shot" Is powerful but
safe. Ono dose is enough to oxpel Worms or
Tapeworm. No castor oil neceanary. Adv.
Every amn loves a wood fire ini the
grate, but seldomn well enough to saw
the logs for it.
It's buetter' to crawl out than to be
thr own out.
* ~ Lookt to Your :y es
Beautiful Eyes like fineor~'~
gakee'~Bye.s ad Rldant
By REV. C. H. BENSON
Teacher of Religious pedagog. Moody
Bible Institute. Chicago.
TEXT--As He prayed.-Luke 9:29.
The greatest argument for prayer Io
the praying Christ. Why should Ho
pray? Did thu
power? Did the
. Still lie prayed.
> and was so fre
quently found in
prayer as to tm.
press the disci.
pies. It was not
the teacher - of
prayer, but the
teacher in prayer,
that moved thei
to their petition, "Lord, teach us to
He prayed as he was being haptized.
"And it came to pass that .esus, also
being baptized and praying, the heaven
was opened and the Holy Spirit de
scended upon him." Baptism is a
sacred sacrament, but It was not so
much the water that John adminis
tered as the prayer that Jesus uttered
that opened the henvens and brought
down the gift of the Holy Spirit.
He prayed as He chose His disci.
pies. "le went up Into a mountain to
pray and continued all night, and
when it was day le called unto Him
il's disciples and of them He chose
twelve." Whom shall He honor?
Shall He choose Matthuw, the unpopu
lar publican? Shall He choose Thomas?
Thomas Will doubt Him. Shall He
choose Peter, that ignorant, swearing
fisherman who will deny Him? Oh,
what agony of heart He must have
suffered as He prayed over Judas,
whom le knew must betray Himn I
He prayed at the hour of His great
est popularity. He had gained great
prestige when He fed the five thou
sand. But "when Jesus perceived that
they would come and take Him by
force and make him king, He departed
again Into a mountain himself alone."
Alone on His knees he struggled to es
cape the flattering temptation of tl
le prayed at the time of Ills great
est unpopularity. le had an unplens
ant announcement to make to His dis
c'ples. They had left all to follow
hilmi, with the hopes that eventually
ie would proclaim himself as King
and sit on ills throne in .lerusalem.
But the time hndl come for Imin to pro
dict that "the Son of Maln must suiTer
many things and be rejected and
slain." How would tile disciples ae.
cejpt such an announcement? Would
they then and there forsake Him? And
so, when that fnti'l lay arrived, we
read that "as Ile was praying His dhis=
eples w ere with Him." They must
have witnessed the struggle going on
within I-ls breast. Prayer was to pre
pare them fol'r that most undesired an
He prayed at the hour of His great
est glory. "As He prayed the fashion
of Ills countenance was changed and
1-s rn menlt was white and glistening,"
He prayed~ himlself into Ils transflg
urafin 1(1.It wa'iS prayer thlat revealed
to the ilscouiragedl dlisciples the trans
0-ured Lord as prophlet, priest attd
Hie prayed at the time of His great
est agony. It was tim nighat before the1
great tragedy. Alone lHe must face it.
Mlen would forsalke H imi. Anlgeis would
dlesert Him. God wouild 1h(e Is face.
But Hei wenit thlroughl tis hlour of
nagony upon Ils knlees (and by prayer
lie was strengthenedo~ for thle tr'ying
Hie pray~edi in the~ haotu of greatest
patin. It wats whien they wore nilin~lg
Ils hlands alnd foot to the cross and
putting it in place with a jolt that or
diniarily mlade tile vletlnm screaml wvith
pain1. Hii' 'i the alstonlishmelnt of aill,
tile sur Savlour praysI WVas it
f'ar hi, No. Hie prayed for Ils
mlurdere "Fathler, forgive themn for
-'.vknow aot whalut the~y (10." No
.. ..der the unhiased Rlomlan centurion
!s aloyed to commeni~it, "Truly tis was
a~ righlteous mn."
lie pralyed at the tiitae of HIs daluth.
ils last words wereo, "lEnither. into Thy~
hiands t'comm~lit my~i Sphl-t." A thou
sand1( years before, the liuplred psailml
1st had1( prloiliesled fthat these wourds
w1 ould( 1be On /he dying Saivior's lips.
A few yer later they were to consti1
tue tile last1 praiyer of the malrtyred
lHe lpray.ed at the0 time oft 1lls asceen
sin. "He led them out as fair as
Hoethaniiy aind lie iliftedl up is hands~i
and~ bliesed th1em1." No 1fltger need( lie
praiy for himaselfC. [1; Rissiona was ae.
(oimpl ished'. thlory and1( haonor nIwaIlied
Him. Hut, parayliag to tile lnst, Heil
spreadls Out -.His hland(s In iovinn belne
(d1ctio1 upon Is diselsples as Ho is
pairtedl from 'them1.
Do you tinik those dIselples who
hadl seen1 their L~ord no 11111n In praiyer
and1( even thuis engjaged at thei' Jl1lt ing
gllmlpse could ever forget the imlpor
talnce of prayer? No wvonder they
lralyed. And wihait they did woe can do,
we mullst (do, if- we follow the praiylng
The Rich anld the PooY',
If thereV( come11 un~to yoIur amm'rbly a
alan with a goldl ring, inl goiodly ap
piarel, and(1 there' ('(m11 ll allso) a poor
man11 in vile ralimen',t a r,(d yE respect
himl flhat wearethi tile gay clothing, and1(
sa1y unflo him11. Sit thou hecre'lan n goodi
place00; landi say to the poor, Stand thlou
there, or sit here1' untdet' liy footstool:
are ye. not paurtial in yourse,!ves, and
are beOcomeI judlges of evil thioughtsyy.
Jnmes '2 :2-4. -
IMPROVED UNIFORNJ INTERNATIONAL
(By REV. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D.,
Teacher of English Bible in the Moody
Bible Institute of C'hicago.)
Copyright, 1922. weas'irn Newa;,per Union.
LESSON FOR DECEMBER 3
JESUS SENDING OUT MISSION.
LESSON TIDXT-ILke 10:1-24.
GOLDEN TEXT-The harvest truly is
great, but the laborers are few;/ pray ye
therefore the Lord of the harvest that
ae would seud forth laborers into the
tl~l1c:u5NCE A1ATERIAI - Matthew
PRIMARY TOPIC-Jesus Sends Out
JUNIOR 'T'Ol'IC-tesus Sends Forth
INTI1AEDIATI'y AND SENIOR TOPIC
-1Heralds of the Kingdom.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
-Our Home Mission Work.
I. The Seventy Cent Forth (vy. 1, 2).
1. Appointed by the Lord (v. 1).
Only those should go forth who are
appointed by the Lord.
2. Sent Forth Two by Two (v. 1).
The purpose of this was that they
might mutually help, counsel and sup
port each other.
3. Reason for Their Appointment (v.
2). The harvest was great, but the Ia
borers were few. The task before the
Christian church after nearly 1900
years is still great.
4. Pray the Lord to Send Forth La
borers (v. 2). The replization of the
prodigious task before us will cause
us to pray to the Lord to send forth
ii. Instructions Given (vv. 3-16).
1. le Reveals the Dangers Confront
ing Them (v. 3). They were thrust
forth by the Lord to proclaim His
name, though so doing would expose
them to deadly peril, even as lambs
surrounded by hungry wolves. It mat
ers not what the dangers are If the
Lord sends forth,
2, Free From All Incumbrance (v.
4). The mission was urgent, so all that
would in any way hinder the speedy
execution of the task was to be left
3. Distraction of Social Intercourse
to Ile Omitted (v.11). Eastern saluta
tions were long-drawn affairs. To go
Into such formalities would delay
4. Behavior in the Homes Where Ite
celved (vv. 5-9). (1) Offer the peace
4f the gospel (vv. 5, 6). This is to be
done regardless as to whether it will
be received or not. There Is a reflex
blessedness in prer thing the gospel.
Even when the message is rejected the
effort Is not wasted, but comes hack to
the one who has made the effort. (2)
I)s not shift quarters (vv. 7, 8). Mis
sionaries should remain In the home
where they have been received, con
tent with what Is given them. They
should not demand better food and
more comfortable quarters than what
is commonly provided. H owever, that
which is given should be gratefully re
ceived, for the laborer is wvorthiy of hIs
hIre. (3) Ilealed the sick (v. 9).
These dliSelples were giv'en powver tc
heal the sick. The ministers of Christ
shoul1d seek to give relief to those 1in
distriess andl use every oppiortuniity to
proclaim the gospel mlessage.
5. The Awful Fate of Those Who Re
ject Christ's Message (vv. 10-16). Thleir
ense is more hopeless than that of
Sod om. Those who reject Chiri st's mies
sengers reject Christ.
Iii. The Return of the Seventy (vv.
1. Their Report (v. 17). They were
highly elated. They seemled to be
nitreeably surprised. They not only
foumnd that they couldI heal the sick,
hut (clst out demons also. They seemed
to be illed with self-satlsfaction. It Is
ensy even in Christian service to be
sptoiled by our successes.
2. Jesus' Answer (vv. 18-24). (1) He
told1 thlem it was no surprise to Him
(vv. 18, 19). With prophetie eye Hie
saw their success as indieating this
time wvhen the prince of this wvorld
would 1)e overthlrown (Johna 12 :31).
By virtule of Ils mighty triumph over
Satan He assures thiem that they need
have no fear of what should befall
them. Nothing could haurm themii; inoth
lng could pr1osperi wvhieh olpposed them.
Ilideed, not hing can harm the servant
who goes about Is Master's buies
(2) IHeal cause for rejoicing (v. 20).
lie promptly rebuked thieum, telling
them that their chief joy should be be
cause of t hemie h -ely ireltin nmol
beenuatse of thlese iracuietlous gifts.
Tlhat above all which should pirovoke
gratitudle Is the fact that God hmat
thiosen in ChrIst and1( saved uts, inscrllh
ing our nlames in hleaveu.' (3) Jesus'
exultatIon (vv. 21, 22). The conselone
11ess tha't soon1 the victory would be
n on because God( had1( cotmmitted all
things unto Him, and! that only as men
recelvedl imu (ould( they know thme
Father, caused Ili1u to rejoice in what
was being accompmllished. (4) Congrat
ulates the disciples. (vv. 23, 24).
Things That Ye Shall Do.
These are thme Ihings that ye shall
do: Speak ye every uman the truth tC
his nejghbor; execute the judgment of
truth and peace in your gates.
Wiidom. Dwelsis With Prudence.
In-wisdbmu dIwell''with pruditence anc
find Out krnowledge (* witty invenltions
-Proverbs 8 :12.
Best pii Needed.
Thme worst times neced the best men
SPENT HALF HER
TIME IN BED
Farmer's Wife Tells How Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Made Her a Well Woman
Carter's Creek, Tenn. --"Three years
ago I was almost.an invalid. I spent
.I half of my time in
t be being afflicted
wit a trouble which
women of a certain
age are apt to have.
I took Lydia E.
and used Lydia E.
Wash. I am a well
woman now and have
been for two years.
I can work as well as
any one who is younger and as I am a
farmer's wife I have plenty to do for I
cultivate my own garden, raise many
chickens and do my own housework.
You may publish this letter as I am
ready to do anything to help other
women as I have been so well and haply
since my troubles are past. "-Mrs. E.T.
GALLOWAY, Carter's Creek, Tenn.
Most Women find plenty to do. If
they are upset with some female ailment
and troubled with such symptoms as
Mrs. Galloway had, the smallest duty
seems a mountain.
If you find it hard to keep up, if you
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Progress In Sahara.
The limits of the great arid wastes
of the Sahara (lesert are slowly being
narr11iowe( by the invasion of windinills
ante motorears. The oases are being
linked together by good motor high
ways and the sinking of wells is greal
ly increasing the tillable area. 'L'he
soill is fertile and, wherever wter- can
be obtained, tropleal fruits, millet and
other cereals may be raised.
A trans-SahariH railroad has been
prop'Isoed by tle Frenmcl go vernieont,
but there are mansy technical Iproblemis
to be solved inl the consitr uelbon 1f such
a line. The lesiralility and value of a
rail conilectloi acroiss the desert he
tweeni sou thliern Algeria on the north
1111(1 western 'renhel A friea on the
south is obvious.
ronud WIfe (to nervous friend in
iuitomobile)----I feel so sale with
(eorge driving, now thi -he has
Joined the 1ted (rosy. lie is learning
first aid, and knows where all the hos
Plitals are.--Lndon ()piniion.
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You feet nervous, irritable and "blue,"
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A North Carolina Case
J1. M'. Mahalmey,
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'Wnen I bent over
shairp) t w.' iin g e 14
shot through my
hack ro I could
and I wax lame
- a-nd none. My kid
neys were' wveak,
too, anid the secre-.
'57: ions we're hh-gihly
(clored anmd 'on
tained brlic-dust seient and were
palnful in passage. I usedi Doren's Kild
noy PIlls and they relieved mpe."
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Colds and Grip
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Child's tongue shows
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MOTHER, CLEAN CHILD'S BOWELS
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Even Cross, Feverish, Sick Children Love its Taste
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phot ogrilthell in a liat I nee111 tohe <ly.- P
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Wigh~it's Indinna V'egetabloI Pilin contasin
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Ti'i.v lug to hiitish str'a iins the drug.
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$5$6$7&$8 SHOES LinAgodrslt r lsig
W. I,. D~ouglas shoes are actually dle- ae1 npmhe ihec
mnanded~ year after year' by msore pt-opletl elsho.1.5 btl
than any thter shloe in the world. dlvrd es ek9Ar.
terial andt workmssa~ I' are
unerqu:ilorl i' the price. Iti la
worthswilo for you to know L 1
that whlen you btuy Wi. h,.
l)uutglas shoes you are get.
Slng the haooi of lia 40 years
experlensce in ntakiaglthebeas
eblio p~ossible for the plrico.OprChis
W..DOUGL AS shesare~ eiygChis
wo.rth t oprico paId forthemr.
W~ear dioum and ct ssaoey. ~~ --Kngre his
P'rot.ect ions ngainsst usnrcson- Sho upis
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largiatities and by son deai. atnd por trait sa the -
era ovor ywho. Ask our best~i anoehoe
shoe d'ler toshow you .L-. orl. St i e~FrTni
iaglas shoies. Only by ex- the Arghe.alstandard onIefHrsCl
amliiag thbem cass you ap- i q/uafl iiaIhelIOU, an
preciateo their value. itofus, est poaatle cosl. The Cl kis ae
substItutes. lnitsit upon hat n neandrice is u f ot.Roe. -
lng Wi.LI. housglas hoswith Rugs,"Vesttmpeddon
the retail price and the name -ur.- -----Mufsan
stamp ~ed on the cole. The ii se fo Caps.Ttl uis 'in
retatil prices are the same ile far ua. WWWvrRdrgMih
waler ns Ioar lows 'asdfe" ~ - . . . . .
W...1)euglas shoe..,i erste to- .Prstgang ' iioilauus('rtroi As 't~-~Ju.i
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qusca turn-over Lad. 1O akupe y
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