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SICK "CASCARETS" L Gently cleanse your liver and sluggish bowels while you sleep. (B: Get a 10-cent box. Sick headache, biliousness, dizzi ness, coated tongue, foul taste and foul breath-always trace them to torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food in the bowels or sour, gassy stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the in testines, instead of being cast out I of the system is re-absorbed into the blood. When this poison reaches the va delicate brain tissue it causes con gestion and that dull, throbbing, sick- 6: ening headache. Cascarets immediately cleanse the b stomach, remove the sour, undigested fo food and foul gases, take the excess bile from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A Cascaret to-night will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep--a 10-cent box from your druggist means your head ir clear, stomach sweet and your liver ti and bowels regular for months. Adv. h' Ignorance Was Bliss. si A raid had been made on a negro g gambling house and a dozen inmates 13 arrested. In police .court the next u morning each of the accused was tl heard in turn. The last in the row o was a large, scared-looking negro. p . "Well," asked the judge, "what do li you know about this case?" a "Who? Me?" asked the negro. y "Yes, you." I] "Well, I just tell yo'. All I knows s about dis case is dat I was dar!"- t Green Bag. a RESINOL A HEALING t .HOUSEHOLD OINTMENT r f The same soothing, healing, anti- t septic properties that make resinol 2 ointment a standard prescription for skin-eruptions, also make it the ideal I household remedy for burns, scalds, cuts, wounds, sores, chafings, pimples, blackheads, irritations, and a score of other troubles which constantly arise , in every home, especially where there I are children.' That is why resinol oint ment should be on your medicine shelf, ready .for instant use. Sold by all drug-. gists. Adv. r No Task for Tyros. One of the men at the front has told as how he tried to milk a cow-with- d out the expected result. This is not an easy task for an unpracticed hand. 4.l - It:dehl 1sa&, . once on a long r > trkn p in Switzerland, accompanied by his friend, Doctor Morgan. They missed their way and found them selves, parched and hungry, far from arty dwelling place. At length they came across a cow, from whom they determined to extract some nourish ment, each holding on to her horns in turn, they had to abandon all hopes of milk. This, remarks Doctor Mor gan, is "one of the very few occasions on which I ever saw Stephen fairly 1 th'warted." Remark Hard to Explain. Everyone had gathered in the draw- 4 uing room after dinner, and all were 1 feeling contented with themselves as 4 well as at peace with the outside I world, when it was suggested as a pas- 1 time that every lady should state the 1 gift she most coveted, and the posses- I sion of which sihe would most prize. I With prompt acquiescence each regis tered her choice. Mrs. Wellman wished for the most exquisite Jewels extant. Mrs. King desired to be the best- I dressed woman in society, Mrs. Dray- 1 ton preferred to own the handsomest turnouts, while Mrs. Smith craved popularity. Robinson, springing from his chair, exclaimed: "Heavens, don't any of you care for beauty?" Some of them still think it was intentional. THE DOCTOR'8 WIFE Agrees With Him About Food. A trained nurse says: "In the prac tice of my profession I have found so many points in favor of Grape-Nuts food that I unhesitatingly recommend it to all my patients. "It is delicate and pleasing to the palate (an essential in food for the sick) and can be adapted to all ages, I being softened with milk or cream for 1 babies or the aged when deficiency of teeth renders mastlcatidn impossible. For fever patients or those on liquid diet I find GrapeNuts and albumen water very nourishing and refreshing. 1 "This recipe is my own idea and is made as follows: Soak a teaspoonful of Grape-Nuts in a glass of water for sa hour, strain and serve with thie beaten white of an egg and a spoonful of fruit juice for flavouring. This af fords a great deal of nourishment that even the weskit stomach can assmi late without any distress. "My husband is a physician and he uses Grape-Nuts himself and orders it many times for his patients. "Personally I regard a dish of Grape Nuts with fresh or stewed frauit as the ideal breakfast for anyone-well or sick." In stomach trouble, nervous prostra tion, etc., a 10-day trial of Grape-Nuts will usually work wonders toward pourishing and rebuilding and in this way end the trouble. Name given by Poetum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Look in pkgs. for the famous little book, "The Road to Wellville." Uver weed the above letter A mew sme appears ftrm time to time. The7 awe r-uutme tre, sad tfall of hams I alterest LEssON (By E. O. SELLERS, Acting I)ircctor Of Sunday School Course Moody Bible In stitute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 28 SAMUEL, THE VICTORIOUS ir LEADER. t LESSON TEXT-I Samuel 7:3-17. tl GOLDEN TEXT-Hitherto hath Jeho- K vah helped me.-I Samuel 7:12 R. V. it Having prepared a "guilt offering," h 6:4-9, the Philistines started the ark 1, back towards Shiloh. As a punish md ent for their sacrilege and perhaps hb for their boastful pride, God punishes N 1 the men of Beth-Shemesh and finally n the ark finds rest in the house of t Abinadab, 6:10-21, 7:1, 2. For 20 r years Israel was under discipline in e bondage, v. 2. a x I. "And Samuel spake . . . say- 0 ,d ing," vv. 3-8. It. is possible that at .r times Samuel was a fugitive, but that . he was praying, teaching and preach ing "the word of Jehovah" we are as- 11 sured. At last Israel was "drawn to -o gether,' v. 2 R. V. margin. Undoubted -s ly Samuel's pure life and his faithful Kt witnessing had as much to do with t is this assembling as did the oppression I w of the Philistines. Samuel told the people plainly that in order to be de- t lo livered from the Philistines Israel must "return unto Jehovah with all your heart." The putting away (judg ing) of sin and all idols is the first I vs step of any real, genuine repentance 1 - towards God, Isa. 55:7. When Israel I adopted Ashtaroth and the "strange gods" they possibly did so with no thought of forsaking Jehovah, but rather with the idea of "enrinching" their worship. Such liberality, such a federation of religions is weakening to ti- the cause of faith, Matt. 6:24, I John ol1 2:15, James, 4:4. Samuel might be or called "narrow," but his exhortation to al Israel that they return to the love is, and worship of Jehovah, to the obedi 8, ence of his laws with whole-souled de of votion, was the first, and the most es se sential requisite to their freedom. Is re rael's response (v. 4) meant not alone at- self.denial, but a revolt against the , Philistines. This meant also the giv ig- Ing up of amusements and profits which might accompany such worship. The word "heart" includes the will, affec Id tions, motives and powers of soul. Not merely a surface emotion, but a deep change of heart and character. d. It is sad to recall that this was a reformation, not a regeneration (ch. 8:8), but such is the history of an emotional reformation. One day, how ever, we shall see that one will last last, Rom. 11:26. Samuel is a type of Christ as a prophet and also as an y intercessor, Heb. 7:25. Gathering the h- people at Mizpah ("a lookout") he in caused the people to look to God. es Such a gathering was an evidence of that unity of the people of God which must ever precede prevailing prayer, Ps. 99:6, Heb. 10:25. The meeting began by a prayer by Samuel who was nearest to God. They than poured out water upon the ground, a symbol w- of their utter helplessness, also of re the pouring out of their hearts before as God, II Sam. 14:14; Ps. 62:8. Israel de also "fasted"-an expression of sor as. row for sin which was so deep that he they could not eat, and a sign of the es- humiliation of self and an earnest de ze. sire to find God, Dan. 9:3, Acts 13:2, 3. Is- II. "And Samuel offered . ed a burnt offering," vv. 9-12. Twenty nt. years of bondage bred a spirit of fear st- in the hearts of the Israelites and in sy their etremity they turned to Sam st uel to intercede for them. Christians ed have a better one as their interces m sor, I John 2:1; Heb. 7:25; Rom. f't 8:34. Israel no longer places its of trust in an outward symbol as when formerly they sent for the ark, ch. 4:3. All real prayer is preceded by sacri flee, and the only ground we have upon which to approach a holy God is to shed blood, Heb. 10:19, John 14:6. This Io' is also a type of entire consecration. a The lamb of Samuel's sacrifice is a It. type of our Christ who entered into ad God's presence for us "by his own blood," Heb. 9:11, 12. Having thus he properly approached God, Samuel be cried for Israel, and "the Lord heard e, him," John 17:9. In the midst of this ror the Philistines gave battle (v. 10) of even as Satan often makes his le. fiercest assaults upon us in the midst zid of our holiest exercises. God "thun en dered with a great voice," v. 11, mars., ig. bringing ditcomfiture and fear to the is enemy, I John 5:14. ful The Heart of the Lesson. This les ror son is a great revelation of the power he and effectiveness of intercessory ful prayer. "Moses and Aaron among his af' priests, and Samuel among them that lat call upon his name," Ps. 99:6, seems Sto place Samuel at the head of Is raers interessors even as Moses and be Aaron led the prophet priests. t Prayer for others is not only a duty, but a privilege and joy as well. DP Too few Christianus are interceding he for others. The sincere prayer for or others is inevitably followed up by service for others, even as Samuel's ra- prayer was followed by his service at. judging Israel., rd This lesson also emphasizes the his need of appreciation of God's mer by cies. Abraham erected his altars; Ja cob and Joshua erected memo tle rial stones to recall signal blessings; Samuel calls the one he erected "Eb *W enezer," for "Hitherto hath Jehovab e,, lped us." GOOD FOR NATION'S HEALTH Beneficial Results From Early Entry of Spring Vegetables Into the Markets of the Country. A alw One of the marvels of modern lifte is ney the early (late when spring fruits and C vegetables appear in the markets. 1e1 Seven years ago they almost always ter went North in a wilted condition. \Witlh modern facilities these products of by southern latitudes appear in northern Th, towns in marvelously fresh condition fal For the great majority of people pre maturely early food products are an kid impossible luxury. But the growing At wealth of the country is signified by spi the number of people who today feel oW that they can afford to buy these early il garden products. For people of means s11 it is a healthful way of spending an money, which otherwise might go into sle highly seasoned cooking and stimul lants. bri Also the cost of these early products oU I has not increased as much as one gr 8 would expect. They are raised in so Y much larger quantities that competi- to ,f tion keeps prices somewhere within of 0 reason. Regular markets have been a established and transportation costs are greatly reduced through volume f. of tratffic.--South Bend News-Times. t Much More Cheerful. "A scientist says that the sun will . never cool off." T. "I'm very glad to hear that." . "What difference does it make to 1 you who will be dead millions of years 01 h before anything of the sort could hap n pen, anyhow ?" C e "\\'ell, it's more cheerful to think of g- this old world, so good in spite of all al its faults, rolling along through the 11 sunshine 30,000,000 years from now, g. with a warm, throbbing load of hu- wl at man freight, than to picture it a deso- pe !e late ball of ice plunging through eter- A( el nal darkness." in SOR SICK STOMACH e Time it! Pape's Diapepsin ends t all Stomach misery in five sm. minutes. s, Do some foods you eat hit back-i d taste good, but work badly; ferment into stubborn lumps and cause a sick, sour, gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or f Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot this down: Pape's c Diapepsin digests everything, leaving '1 . nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything so safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach is disordered you h. will get happy relief in five miflhi but what pleases you most is that it w strengthens and regulates your stom st ach so you can eat your favorite foods of without fear. You feel different as soon as "Pape's le Diapepsin" comes in contact with the e stomach-distress just vanishes-your I d. stomach gets sweet, no gases, no belch. of ing, no eructations of undigested food. h Go now, make the best investment , you ever made by getting a large fifty I cent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any store. You realize in five minutes how d needless it is to suffer from indiges ol tion, dyspepsia or bad stomach. Adv. re Between Deals. el The Wall street broker who ought. to be in vaudeville came across at lunch with a fresh conundrum. e "What's the difference," said he, "between a taxidermist and a taxi i 3. driver, one of those chaps who gears I the taximeter up to the highest t notch?" Everybody had had experience with the taximeter but nobody could supply n the answer. S "All right," said the broker. "One a skins you and stuffs you and the " other stuffs you and skins you." ts Up to Mother. n The mother of thirteen-year-old :3- Page has a gift for rhyming and a generous nature. The other day Page n returned from school with the an nouncement that each member of her s class was expected to turn in a poem on a certain given subject on the mor a row. "Well, that's a very nice subject," replied Page's mother. S "Yes, but, mother," the little girl asked, with innocent assurance, "what are you going to say about it?" Pa's Vindlctiveness. S "George, father has failed." l "That's just like him! I told you n all along, darling, that he was going to do all he could to keep us from be ing married!"-Stray Stories. Decidedly Unneutral. er Mrs. Knicker--Is your husband neu 17 tral? is Mrs. Bocker--No; he blows up every at bridge I give. I- The Reason. d "The man who uttered those forged notes made a very clumsy job of it." S "Oh, but, you know, he stuttered." sg Millions of particular women now use or and recommend Red Croe Ball Blue. All by grocers. Adv. s Denver women are forming home COand school clubs In the churches. If Yours i flutterlng or weak. ule IINOVINL" Made by Van Vleet-Manefield Drug Oo., Memphis, Tenn. Prloe 1I.00 Winter Chills Bring Kidney Ills A spell of cold, damp weather is always followed by a line crop of kid ney troubles and backache. Colds and chills damagp the kid neys. Other troubles common to win ter weather are just as bad. Grip, ton silitis, quinsy, pneumonia or any other infectious disease hurts the kidneys by overloading the blood with poisons. The kidneys get worn, weak and in flamed trying to work it off. It isn't hard to strengthen weak n kidneys though, if you act quickly. 9 At the first sign of backache, dizzy Y spells, headaches, loss of weight, nerv I ousness, depression and painful, irreg y ular kidney action, start using Doan's Kidney Pills. Rest the kidneys by g simple eating, avoidance of overwork and worry, and getting more rest and sleep. A milk diet is fine. This sensible treatment should bring quick benefit and prevent seri ous kidney diseases like dropsy, e gravel and Bright's disease. o Clip this advertisement and mail it .i- to the address below for a free trial ,I of Doan's Kidney Pills, the best rec n .J8 I T rj Picture Tellya Storyf _ II $ / it It "I'd be all right only for my back." oniinndil kidney renmedy in the world. You'll decide it worth a trial. when you read this enthusiastic testi Illolly. Given Up to Die Helpless With Agonizing Kidney ills Clairvill Sfinio.r:au. Iarton. La, says: "For a numb, r " years I suff, red greal.y from kidney disease: I graduall) ittn down until finanly I was giv, n up to die. I was h, lp',lss and my limnbs , re swoll, to tw , thtr natural siz.e, in 1;.t. I was bloat d all over. My hands and lt It and also my ank!s wtr,. puffed up until the skin was t,_ns, loctars ,who attl.atd the were afraid that dropsy would r a:ch nor heart, but nothing th y could to hIlped lme My back pained grtatly and the kidney s, crtions were s, anty In passage and unnat ura!. At last the doctors gave me up and It was then that I was told to try Doan's Kidney 1'1lls. I did and the effect was al most a miracle The bloating and swelling commenced to go down and as I continued taking this medicine I felt better in every way After I had taken five boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills, I was well. That was over four years ago and since then I haven't suf fered in the least" ~- - -- ~ I I -.·Y · Whinen'Your'aBkis tame-Remcmbuerjeame' III "iiýý cl Iý EU5E1IUýý~" at UEEMUUEmr~JI3 A a irbnr~lrl~a'~ 7~~iS--pwbnkrC s DIDN'T WANT TO MEET HIM Colored Parson's Description of His f Satanic Majesty Brought Converts iI to Mourners' Bench. e - º, The late celebrated Peter Vinegar, i- who in days gone by used to make w" - periodical visits to Danville, says the Ah r- Advocate, for the purpose of deliver- ra ing his sermons, remarkable on ac- wr count of their startling texts, on one "8 occasion spoke to a large assemblage of the colored population and a few whites at the old colored Methodist church on Walnut street. lie arose, raised his spectacles from his eyes, no and said: ha "My beloved brederen and sisteren, th I take my tex' dis evenin' in dat por S tion uv de Scriptur' whar de 'Postle Paul pints his pistol at de 'Phesians, an' whar it says. 'Whar de hen w scratches dar's de worm, 'cetpin' de case whar sum previus hen hav bin dar.'" He then proceeded to tell his at hearers what a horrible personal ap- of pearance the devil presented, with the di or following description: "His eyes look T like two balls uv fire, his teef like two e, gl skinmed saplins, his ears hang down tc re like a 'baccer leaf an' his bref smoke ti so eika tar kittle." That night Peter W ade many converts. A t ING HAIR MEANS :s DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE j ar Save Your Hairl Get a 25 Cent Bottle h- of Danderine Right Now-Also d. Stops Itching Scalp. at Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy b Sbair is mute evidence of a neglected d . scalp; of dandruff-that awful scurf. 4. There is nothing so destructive to the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair of its luster, its strength and its very t ht. life; eventually producing a feverish. ness and itching of the scalp, which d if not remedied causes the hair roots a ýxi to shrink, loosen and die-then the d rs hair falls out fast. A little Danderine st tonight-now-any time-will surely save your hair. C th Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's i1 ly Danderine from any store, and after the first application your hair will E he take on that life, luster and luxuriance I which is so beautiful. It will become ( wavy and fluffy and have the appear ance of abundance; an incomparable old gloss and softness, but what will a please you most will be after just a ge few weeks' use, when you will actual ýn- ly see a lot of fine, downy hair-new Ler hair-growing all over the scalp. Adv. a r- Reminiscence. "I can remember when we could get an idea of how an election was going by taking a straw vote." rl "We never depend on straw votes tat out our way. The only chance of learning which way the election was going was to discover which side had the most two-dollar bills." ou When Your Eyes Need Care be UieMrlneye Medicine. NoSmartlg-Feele I rne.Acts ukly. Tr it for Red, Wear 1 Bore EYES. aind Graalat Eyelids, Marlae is ompouned by our Oeadta-not s "Patent qmedlela***-~dbatrc in successful Physelans' Practliee for many years. Now dedicated to the Pabile sad sold by Drogslrts at S0e per BU Bottle. Murlne rEye lve In septic Tbe, 5ea ladI0. Write for Book of the yree Murie yoe Remed/Oompanoy Ohbiao. Adv. Falmouth is probably the oldest port in. England. It was used by the Phoes ed nicians at least 2,500 years ago. t* The average man wastes a lot of en ergy in laughing at his own jokes. m In Alaska women have full suffrage without opposition. ne The mother tongue has the father tongue beaten. Experience. "Experience is a great teacher." "lsn't it? There's Brown's case." yo "What about Mr. Brown?" ha "Hie married a widow." "I know." jo "Well, Brown had an idea that he sil Swas a handy man around the house. lil e About the second week after his mar riage she caught him with a monkey wrench on his way to fix some of the water pipes." 01 "What did she do?" it S "She stopped him." t "Why?" p 2 "She said her first husband had the s, notion that he was a plumber, and she had all the trouble from that source that she wanted." -r -- - f; 1e SELF SHAMPOOING n With'Cuticura Soap Ia Most Comfort. e Ing and Beneficial. Trial Free. in i Especially if preceded by touches P- of Cuticura Ointment to spots of dan e druff and itching on the scalp skin. k These Sup ,rcreamy emollients meet o every skin want as well as every in toilet and nursery want in caring for e the skin, scalp, hair and hands. er Sample each free by mail with Book. Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. XY, Boston. Sold everywhere.-Adv. Her Preference. Young Mawks had decided to enlist and go to war, and his wife was ob jecting. "But, darling," he argued, "even if I were killed, just think how fine it would be to be the widow of a hero." "Oh, no, Wilfred," pleaded the young wife earnestly, her mind reverting to a familiar proverb; "I would rather be the wife of a live jackass than a dead lion."-Judge. The Female of the Species. o "I tell you, sir," said the sad-eyed ir passenger with the bargain-counter '7 tie, "all women are born gamblers." h. "That's right," observed the button ch drummer. "And they nearly always ts win when they play hearts to catch he diamonds." ne Important to Mothers 1y Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for 's infants and children, and see that it er Bears the ill Signature of ce In Use For Over 80 ears. ne Children Cry for Fletcher's Cutoria )1e His Point of View. ill "What is your idea of matrimony?" asked the fair maid who was still oc cupying the anxious seat. "Well," rejoined the wise chap who ew had balked at the hurdle, it's probably V- all right for those who haven't enough worry." get She Went. ag "See how I can count, mamma," said Kitty. "There's my right foot. ea That's one. There's my left foot. of That's two. Two and one make three. as Three feet make a yard, and I want to ad go out and play In it." It doesn't take a woman long to get wise to a man's actions after marry Mls ing him-then she proceeds to call his bluff. Beware of false economy. The man e who does not invest in garden seeds Sseldom picks and cucumbers. The inconsfstensy of womankind is rt demonstrated by the society girl, who e- starts in when she comes out. Many a man who knows his own e- mind is not overburdened with knowl Sedge. ge Always sure to pleuue, Red Cros Ball Blue. All grooenr ellit. Adv. her It's the high spots that knock out the rolling stones. In After Years. "ieauty," remarked the poetic youth, "may draw us with a single hair." "During the courtship, yes." re joined the bald-headed man with a Le sigh, but after marriage she is more, likely to grab a handful." o COLDS & LaGRIPPE S 5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case of Chills & Fever, Colds & LaGrippe; it acts on the liver better than Calo mel and does not gripe or sicken. Price 25c.-Adv. be lie Too Much to Bear. ce Friend-Why are you crying. Bobby? Bobby--Ma whipped me because my face was dirty, and then washed it. Judge. t. Diplomatically Speaking. "I want to answer Gwendolyn's let ter and say something that means eas nothing." "Tell her you love her." .in. Bet They stop the tickle. Dean's Mentholated Cough Drops stop coughs quickly. A pleas ry ant remedy-5c at all good Druggists. for - It's impossible to suppress the man ok. who thinks he can tell a funny story. (Y, It's easier for a young man to raise a row than a mustache. For Every Kind of Lameness Rub ot and in. . 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