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Question Box ?aye? TOor questions. Stunts tor children; real fun tor all. Exclt S*nd " cents tcoln or stamps) today ?an iJf?jtl??v?Ll3.wi*k%- Yoa wlnl>* "*** than plesaed. MTWI^Drt, M8 I ssHn Wa. WA? IIMOTOM. P. C. j^rfSOK'sFoorSo,. w ACTS LIKE MAGIC " ON TIRED.TENDER. SMARTING. SWOLLEN. SWEATY FEET KeepYoorSkin-Pores Active and Healthy With Cuticnra Soap 8otp,Ofatmtat,Tikttnj6e.wtr y wbiw. For Mm pTe? iddrm: OrtiiwU^rtltrKDtyi V. MaMh.Mim, FREEDOM FROM LAXATIVES Discovery by Scientists Has Replaced Them. Pills and salts give temporary re lief from constipation only at the ex pense of permanent injury, says an eminent medical authority. Science has found a newer, better way ? a means as simple as Nature itself. In perfect health a natural lubricant keeps the food waste soft and moving. But when constipation exists this nat ural lubricant Is not sufficient. Medi cal authorities have found that the gentle lubricating action of Nujol most closely resembles that of Nature's own lubricant. As Nujol is not a laxative it cannot gripe. It is in no sense a medicine. And like pure water It Is harmless and pleasant. Nujol is prescribed by physicians; used In leading hospitals. Oet a bottle from your druggist today. ? Advertise ment. described meeting. The class has an enrollment of twenty-two, with an average attendance of eighteen. Its officers are: F. P. Fife, President; Marvin Chambers, Vice-President; W. E. Withers, Secretary; Earl Carson, Treasurer. CANTON, N. C., SCHOOL. OF INSTRUCTION. The Canton, N. C., Sunday school enjoyed the privilege of having Rev. J. J. Fix, D. D., and Mr. J. E. Lan caster to conduct a school of instruc tion for the teachers and workers here. Two courses were given, one on "The Teacher," taught by Dr. Fix, and one on "The School," taught by Mr. Lancaster. There were about fif teen teachers and workers enrolled, and nearly all of these received cer tificates of recognition of the work done. The quality of instruction given was of the highest order, and too much cannot be said of the fine work being done by Dr. Fix in the Synod of Appalachia, and of the val uable work being done by Mr. Lan caster in Asheville Presbytery. They are doing a work that is fundamental in its character, and it is hard to see how the church did without men in these places for so long. Let us sup port these good men in their work with our prayers, our help, and our gifts. The presence of these men of Ood among us and the course of instruc tion given has done at least five things for us: (1) It has created a new interest in the Sunday-school work and shown us its importance as the handmaid of the church. (2) It has led our teachers and officers to endeavor to fit themselves for more efficient workers in the Sunday school. Since they have gotten a taste of the good things they want more. (3) It has shown us our need of better equip ment for the work. Already several additional class rooms have been pro vided by means of curtains, etc. The Primary Department is beginning to have its own opening excrcU^s sep arate, from the rest of the school. (4) It has inspired the workers with an enthusiasm that gives them a real joy in doing the wore. It is fine to see how much real joy they get out of doing what at one time was looked upon as a mere duty. (5) It has broadened our vision of the Sunday school extension work we can do right here in our own county. A Home De partment is in process of organza tion. And the Sunday school is as suming the responsibility for helping support and teach a mission school something like eighteen miles from here. Our school has caught the real missionary spirit. W. M. Sikes. LAYMEN. (Continued from page 7) we should fall behind a little and that we should have only a good con science ? though that be enough cer tainly ? to console us as other trains left us ? but now, after sixteen weeks of draught, and four weeks of it on the barren sage plains, our cattle are almost every one in good flesh and some of them good beef. "I say only what all admit, that our teams are in better condition than those of any other train we can hear of on the road. For four weeks our oxen have been remarked by those who have seen them, for their good condition, while in every train near us there are some failing from lean ness, and quite a large share of them are so thin that we would not put them in our yokes. We are quite sur prised at this difference ? especially that- it should be so great. "While traveling we are necessarily constantly exposed to the vexing, har assing influences, incident to the road, and which has done much to deprave and dehumanize those who have gone over it. We need relief from these causes. The patience can not bear a constant, perplexing abra sion. Even with the healing influ ences of religion upon us, we feel it. We feel that the mind cannot bear chafing all the time. "And Monday morning we feel aa we used to, refreshed for another week of toil on the road ? another week of the journey of life ? another week of the labor of self-control, and of effort to make the most of the en joyment of the social and domestic relations." ? The Lord's Day Leader. jMarrtagtJt Baker-Partrick : October 4, 1922, at Douglas, Ariz., by Rev. F. L. Rous selle. Private Harlem O. Baker, of First United States Cavalry, and Miss Adelaide Partrick. Gambrell-Sherman : In Greenville, S. C., November 20, 1922, by Rev. E. P. Davis, Mr. William R. Gambrell, of Ninety-Six, S. C., and Mrs. A. E. Sherman, of Greenville. Apperson-Jolinson: At the home of the bride's brother, Marllnton, No vember 8, 1922, Charles R. Apperson and Miss Vinnie Johnson, of Buckeye, W. 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