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'After Every Meal
Get thrice-daily benefit from
this low-cost aid to
appetite and digestion
It keeps teeth white
breath sweet
and throat
clear
Makes your
smokes
taste
better
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CHEWING till
ITVJ |(l in III in I" HI II
The Ffavor Lasts
TOO REALISTIC FOR MOTHER SOMEWHAT Hkhu VC
"Snowstorm" Produced at Expense of
Good Feather Bed Went Beyond
Limits of Patience.
The centenary of the (loath of N'u
poleon Bonaparte, which France cele
brated May 0, was observed in strik
ing way by three little brothers who
live not far from London.
Their ages ranged from five to eight,
and the eldest had heard from his
school teacher of the approaching cen
tenary. So he arranged to have a
game with Ills brothers at "Napoleon
Crossing the Alps."
To make the thing realistic they
thought they would like some snow,
but as the meteorological conditions
were not favorable they decided to
manufacture some. So when mother
was nicely out of the way they emp
tied the contents of a feather bed Into
the garden.
When mother returned with father
half an hour later there was worse
than a snowstorm.—Loudon Tit-Bits.
Either or Both.
Sometimes we think the world Is
growing worse and sometimes we
think it is merely better informed.—
Dallas News.
The cards containing finger prints
at Scotland Yard number 210,000.
Is "Vbur Meal
time Drink
"V&ur Friend
4*
Principal Could Hardly Have Chosen
More Inopportune Moment to
Make His Entry.
I was a callow school teacher, nerv'
ous and anxious to please, writes a
correspondent. In my first year I
followed the usual scheme, substitut
ing or cadeting for teachers absent
for various causes. I was at a school
one day teaching in the absence of
a woman who was ill. During the
morning exercises I read a couple of
chapters from a story, as was her cus
tom. I cannot remember the name of
the book, but I had just read "But
here comes the author of all our trou
bles," when the door suddenly opened
and in walked the principal. The room,
composed of high-school sophomores,
burst into one prolonged roar of laugh
ter. The principal, a man insistent
upon his dignity, waited patiently, but
one burst of laughter followed another.
I tried to explain, but began to laugh
myself. Finally, realizing that It was
the only way to restore order, he left
the room. Later I explained and he
saw the joke.
A good many people who like tea
or coffee find that tea and coffee
dorit like them.
Nervousness, sleeplessness or
disturbed digestion is proof*
No Cause for Alarm.
Small Ciirk—Mummy, I'm frightened
of hosey-man up here by myself.
Mother—You're quite safe, dear
daddy's downstairs.—Punch (London).
POSTUM CEREAL
furnishes a satisfying
cup—without irritatin
nerves or digestion.
Thousands who have made
the change keep on with
Postum because it's bet
ter for them.
There's a Reason
Sold by all grocers
Made by Postum Cereal Cnjnc,
Battle Creek.Mich.
10STUM„
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12
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II. A
AUDUBON COUNTY JOURNAL
IMPROVED UNIFORM INTEKNAXlbNAC
SundaySchool
Lesson'
(By REV. P. B. F1TZWATER, D. T.,
Teacher of English Bible In the Moouy
Bible Institute of Chicago.)
(©, 1921, Western Newspaper Union.)
LESSON FOR JUNE 5
MAKING THE NATION CHRISTIAN.
LESSON TEXT—Psalm 83:12 Prov. 14:
84 Rom. 13:1-10.
GOLDEN TEXT—Righteousness exalt
eth a nation: but sin a reproach to
any people.—Prov. 14:34.
REFERENCE MATERIAL—Deut. 6:&
21 Psalm 78:5-7.
PRIMARY TOPIC—Jesus' Love for Hla
Country.
JUNIOR TOPIC—Loving and Helping
Our Country.
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC
—Lovalty to Our Country.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
—Christian Principles In Law and Gov
ernment
Not "Making the Nation Christian,"
If the lesson committee please. Neither
of the passages chosen for today's
lesson has any bearing on the title
chosen by the committee. However,
.'.hey do set forth some important
teachings regarding the nation, and
the teacher should carefully bring out
their vital meaning. The New Testa
ment nowhere teaches that any na
tion will be made Christian In this
dispensation but rather that Christ
is gathering out from among the na
tions the people who shall constitute
His church, showing that God's pur
pose is the salvation of Individuals.
1. "Blessed Is the Nation Whosa
God Is the Lord."
(Psa. 33:12).
This verse shows Israel's peculiar
distinction. Israel Is the only nation
of which, In name even, It could be
said that Jehovah was its God. He
called tills nation into being for
a
culiar purpose. It was not
pe­
a
case
where a nation chose God, but where
God chose a nation for His own In
heritance. It^would be blessed to have
an inheritance in God, but how In
finitely more blessed to be God's In
heritance No nation can have
Israel's unique place, but the nation
which today gives God His rightful
place In its affairs shall be singular
ly blessed. America has been signally
blessed In the times when she ac
knowledged God. In the recent awful
war when the national congress set
aside a day of prayer, God heard the
cry of His people and victory was
given to the allies.
Nation's Glory (Prov. 14:34).
The only fame for which a nation
may justly be proud is righteousness,
the rendering to all their dues. It is
this that makes a nation strong and
Influential. A nation that sins
counts its sacred covenants as "scraps
of paper," becomes an outcast among
the nations and eventually goes down
to Ignominious defeat The nation
that has no righteousness as its stand'
ard has no right to exist.
III. Christian Citizenship
(Rom.
13:1-10).
The believer In Christ is a citizen
as well as a church member. Intelll
gent Christians will show loyalty to
the state as well as to the church,
1. TSie Christian's obligation to the
state (vv. 1-7). This obligation is
upon all Christians. The reason this
obligation is universal is that civil
government Is ordained of God, and
the rulers are His representatives. So
ciety could not exist without govern
ment. It is God's purpose that man
should live under authority. To re
fuse obedience to civil authority Is to
resist God.
(2) The spirit of such obedience
(v. 5). It Is to be conscientious, that
is, It Is to be regarded not merely as
serving a good purpose, but morally
right.
(3) The nature of this obedience
(vv. 6, 7). (a) Payment of personal
and property taxes. The citizens who
enjoy the benefits of government are
morally bound to support It. (b) Pay
ment of duty upon merchandise and
license fees. The business exchange
between nations must be regulated.
For such regulations expense Is in
curred, for which benefits the citizens
should pay. (c) Veneration of mag
istrates. "Fear to whom fear." Those
who fear God should venerate his rep
resentatives, that Is, civil rulers, (d)
"Honor to whom honor," that Is, honor
of civil servants because of the minis
try they perform.
2. The Christian's obligation to his
fellow citizens (vv. 8-10). This is
summed up in the word "love." Love
Is a perpetual obligation. The only
debt that is right to owe Is that of
love. This love forbids defrauding In
matters of property It forbids going
into debt where there Is no reason
able certainty of being able to meet
the obligation It forbids defrauding
In matters of moral purity. Where
there is love, adultery cannot be com
mitted: It forbids murder It for
bids stealing it forbids coveting, for
coveting means a desire for that
which belongs* to another it forbids
the working of any 111 to one's neigh
bor.
The Lord'# Sabbath.
And the Lord spake unto Moses,
saying, Speak unto the children of
Israel, saying. Verily, my Sabbath ye
shall keep: for it is a sign between
me and you throughout your genera
tions that ye may know that I am
the Lord that doth sanctify you.—Ex
odus 31 12, 13.
The Righteous Should Rejoice.
Be glad in the Lord, and rejoice, ye
righteous and shout for joy, all ye
that are upright in heart, Psulms,
82:11.
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NEVT^DR1
At 6 month*
35 Do-'1:402^
Bxact Copy of Wrapper.
In these days of fast competition
only full-blooded, robust, healthy
people can keep to the front. Un
healthy weaklings with disordered
blood are bound to fall
behind. Success is yours
only if you have the
snap, vigor and magnet
ism that go with a whole
some, rich blood supply.
Don't despair because
others forge ahead of
you. Start right now to
Use for Ultra-Violet Rays.
For some years ultra-violet rays
have been used for sterilizing water,
milk unci other fluids. The idea has
now been applied to the disinfecting
of barrels and casks.
KILL RATS TODAY
By Using
the Genuine
STEARNS'
ELECTRIC PASTE
The guaranteed "killer" for Bats.
Mice. Cockroaches,
Ants and Waterbucs— the greatest known carriers
of disease. They destroy both food and property.
Stearns' Hlectric Paste forces these pests to run
from the building for water and fresh air.
READY FOR U8E-BBTTBR THAN TRAPS
Directions in 16 languages In every box.
Two sixes, 36c and 11.50. Bnough to kill GO to
400 rate.
U. S. Government bays it*
Baby Specialists.
*J*HAT there are Physicians who specialize on Infant ailments you know. All
Physicians understand Infant troubles: all Physicians treat them. It is his
profession, his duty, to know human ills from the Stork to the Great Beyond.
But in serious cases he calls in the Specialist. Why? He knows as every
Mother knows, or ought to know, that Baby is just a baby, needing special treat
ment, special remedies.
Can a Mother be less thoughtful? Can a Mother try to relieve Baby with:
a remedy that she would use for herself? Ask yourself and answer honestly!
Always remember that Baby is just a baby. And remembering this you
will remember that Fletcher's Castoria is made especially for Infants and?
Children.
GENUINE
Health and Vigor Win in
The Race of Life
free your circulation of the impuri
ties that are hampering your health
and progress. Thousands have
done this with S.S.S., the famous
old herb blood remedy.
S.S.S
Vacation Trips of over 2000 Miles of Beautiful Scenery, Shore I inc.
Islands, Rivera and Bays on the Big, New Cruising Ships
"North American" and "Sooth American"
Ciui»es Weekly from Chicago, Dulnth, Buffalo (Niagara Falls), Detroit
tc Cleveland, via Mackinac IsL, Georgian Bay (30,000 Islands) & Return
Call or writ* for
potnpAld uJ
fall lufv
miifiun
Children Cry Fori
The False and the True.
Advertising by the use of large space, the expenditure of huge sums
of money have placed on the market, have put in
Get S.S.S. from your
druggist today, and after
you have started taking,
write for special medical
counsel to Chief Medical
Advisor, 845 Swift Lab
oratory, Atlanta, Geor
gia. It's free.
Profane Comment.
Snator Elkins' reported decision to
do the honors for the pages reminds
many senate attaches of the deep in
terest his father, Senator Stephen B.
Elkins, took in the young men em
ployed around the senate, frequently
making it a point to ask individuals
about how they were getting along.
"Well," be said, "how are you get
ling along, young man? Are you doing
anything for yourself outside your
work here?"
"Oh, yes," replied the young fel
low, "I'm studying for the ministry."
"The h—1 you are," said the aston
ished senator.—Exchange.
Many a man mistakes ruffled self
pride for an aroused conscience.
Fortunate is the man whose con
science Is a guide rather than a goad.
Meals&Di?rth
mbowi thm lak» tripu thai hmvm mo
CHIOAQOj, DULUTH ft OEOROIAN BAY TRANSIT COMPANY
H. Black, Qaa'l PiUMfw A|«it MS I*. Clark Straai, Cbloaso. Illinois
mat
your
many articles that today have been discarded, as you will readily admit.
Do you recall anything that has more modestly appealed to the
public than has Fletcher's Castoria: modest in all its claims, pleading
at all times—and truthfully—for our babies?
The big splurg, the misleading claims may win for a time, but
the honest truth-telling advertiser is like the old story of the tortoise
that beat the hare.
Mothers everywhere, and their daughters, now mothers, speak
frankly, glowingly, enthusiastically in praise of Fletcher'3 Castoria"
Speak of it lovingly as a friend that has brought comfort, cheer and
smiles to their little-one.
To them: to these true mothers no argument can induce them
to set aside their bottle of Castoria, their old friend, that they might
try even another and unknown remedy for babies. Then, would YOU
think of going to YOUR OWN medicine chest to find relief for Baby's
troubles? Can you not separate the false from the true?
MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHER'S CASTORIA
CASTORIA
Bears the Signature of
home, perhaps,
ALWAYS
NEW YORK CITY
Bad Stomach
Sends Her to Bed
for 10 Months
Eatonio Gets Her Up
"Over a year ago," says Mrs. Dora
Williams, "X took to bed and for 10
months did not think I would live.
Eatonic helped me so much I am now
up and able to work. I recommend it
highly for stomach trouble."
Eatonic helps people to get well by
taking up and carrying out the excess
acidity and gases that put the stomach
out of order. If you have indigestion,
sourness, heartburn, belching, food re
peating, or other stomach distress, take
an Eatonic after each meal. Big box
costs only a trifle with yeur druggist's
guarantee.
PESKY BED-BUGS
P. D. Q.
P. D. Q. Kills Bed Bugs, Roaches
Ants and Their Eggs As Well
IB A 33 cent package makes one
quart, enough to kill a million,
and contains a patent spout free,
to get them In the hard-to-get-at
Jft places. Your Druggist has it or
3" can get it for you, or mailed pre
paid on receipt of price by the OWL,
CHEMICAL WORKS, Terre Haute, Ind.
Genuine P. D. Q. is never peddled.
ABSORBIl^E
.C .Tfe411F.UflOK DFtfUtOAT wr
Will reduce Inflamed, Strained,
Swollen Tendons, Ligaments,
or Muscles. Stops the lameness and
pain from a Splint, Side Bone or
Bone Spavin. No blister, no hair
gone and horse can be used. $2.50 a
bottle at druggist* or delivered. De
scribe your case for special instruc­
tion! and interesting horse Book 2 Free.
ABSORBINE, JR.,
the antiseptic liniment for
mankind, reduces Strained, Torn Liga
nwnti, Swollen Glands, Veins cr Muscles
Heals Cuts, Sores. Ulcers. Allays pain, price
ll.?S«botUeatde&lerior delivered. Book "Evidence" free.
W. F. YOUNG, Inc., 310Temple St., Springfield, Mais.
HEPAXA—MAKES THE UVER ACTIVE.
Your lazy liver needs Hepana to wake up
and to drive away that headache, sour
stomach and that dull feeling in mind and
body. An inactive liver causes these troubles
and better health will follow if you take
Hepana. Hepana is a doctor's prescription
skillfully prepared by an old druggist: it'a
made from roots and is safe, effective and
reliable. You need it. Send for Hepana,
take it and be happy. Sent promptly re
sponsible. 50 cents and
51.00
per box. Cir
cular if desired. HART MEDICAL CO
19S
"Washington Street. HARTFOKD. CONN.
SALESMEN
Fsr Rnrtl Territory. Splendid Opportunity. Addrtss
FRED C. ACKER
610-12-14 West Prospect, Cleveland, Ohio
FRECKLES
POSITIVELY REMOVED bjr Dr. Bmy'i
rrtekl* Olatmaot—
•Tear anmlst or kt
nsil, flfte.
Tr—
book. Or. C. M. Btrrw
CO., 297ft MtcMflSa AVMMi
W. N. DES MOINES, NO. 23 1921^

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