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PAGE SEVEN IF BACK HURTS CLEAN KIDNEYS WITH SALTS Drink Loti of Water and Stop Eating Meat for a While If the Bladder Bother You. Meat forms uric acid which excite and overworks the kidneys in their efforts to filter it from the system. Kegular eaters of meat must flush the kidneys occasionally. You must re lieve them like you relieve your bow els; removing all the acids, waste and poison, else you feel a dull misery In the kidney region, sharp pains in the back or sick headache, dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue is coated and when the weather Is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of sediment; the channels often get irritated, obliging you to get up two or three times during the night To neutralize these Irritating acids and flush off the body's urinous waste get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a table spoonful In a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kid neys will then act fine and bladder disorders disappear. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys and stop bladder irritation. Jad Salts lr i V, .. T ,I . t- .... delightful effervescent Uthia-water drink which millions of men and women take now and then, thus avoid ing serious kidney and bladder dis eases. Adv. Curious. "Curious thing about human van ity," said the customer. "To what do you refer?" "The more knock-kneed a man Is, the more he wants to appear at a mask hall as a Scottish Highlander." Mumtional fflWSOlOOL Lesson (By R. O. SELLERS, Acting- Direotor of Sunday School Course, Moody Bible In stitute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR MARCH 7 nitre Healthy, sir.mt, Hon .tiful Eyes Oculists and Puysirlnns used Murine Eye Remedy many years before it was offered as a Domestic Eye Medicine. Murine is 81111 Com pounded by Our Pbyslelans and guaranteed by tbem as a Reliable Keller for Eyes that Need Care. Try It in your Eyes and in Baby's Eyes No Smarting Just Eye Comfort. Buy Murine of your Druggist accept no Substitute, aad If Interested write for Book of the Eye Free, sjt KIM; KYK RKMKDV CO., CHICAGO Remarkable Case. "Here's a remarkable account of a man who returns home after 20 years and finds his wife married again." "Those cases are not so remark able." "The remarkable part is that the narrator does. not allude to the re turned husband as an Enoch Arden." Not a Bad Plan. "What are you doing to allay the suffering in Europe?" asked the self conscious philanthropist. "Nothing," answered the unobtru sive citizen. "What!" exclaimed the other, indig nantly. "Have you no heart?" "Yes, I have a heart, but my means are limited and I'm trying to allay suf fering at home by paying my debts." Activities of Women. Miss Alma K. Boyd has been ap pointed private secretary to Lieuten ant Governor McClain of Pennsylva nia. .Mary Pickford. the moving picture actress, receives a salary of J2.000 per week for 02 weeks in the year. The only real profit-sharing indus try in the United States Is owned by a woman, Mrs. James P. Waruasse of Brooklyn. German tailors and dressmakers have decreed that the prevailing color for the new spr.'ng fashions shall be the lield gray of the German army uniform, and in regard to cut the military style wlil be followed. MAY BE COFFEE That Causes all the Trouble When the house Is afire, it's about the same as when diseaso begins to Bhow, it's no time to talk but time to act delay Is dangerous remove tho cause of the trouble at once. "For a number of years," wrote a Kansas lady, "I felt sure that coffee was hurting me, and yet I was so fond of it, I could not give it up: At last I got so bad that I made up my mind I must cither quit the use of coffee or die. "Everything I ate distressed me, and 1 suffered severely most of the time with palpitation of the heart 1 fre quently woke up in tho night with tho feeling that I was almost gone my heart seemed so Bmothered and weak In Us action. My breath grow short and the least exertion set me panting. I slept but little and suffered from rheumatism. "Two years ago I stopped using tho coffee and began to use Postum and from the very first I began to improvo. It worked a miracle! Now I can eat anything and digest it without trouble. I sleep like a baby, and my heart beats strong and regularly. My breathing has become steady and normal, and my rheumatism has left me. "I feel like another person, and It Is all due to quitting coffee and using Postum, for I haven't used any medi cine and none would have done any good as long as I kept drugging with coffee." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Read "The Road to Wellville," In pkgs. Postum comes in two forms: Regular Postum must be well boiled. 15c and 25 packages. Instant Postum is a soluble pow der. A teaspoonful dissolves rjuickiy in a cup of hot water and, with cream and sugar, makes a delicious leverage instantly. 30c and 50c tinB. Both kinds are equally delicious, and cost per cup about the same. "There's a Reason" for Postum. gold by Qrocen. SAUL ANOINTED KING. LESSON TEXT-I Samuel 9:17-10:1. GOLDEN TEXT Fear Ood, honor the king - 1 Peter 2:17. Because of the acts of Samuel the .people petitioned for a king (ch. 8:5). They are told plainly what to expect if a king is set in authority (cb. 8:19). Ood, however, granted their petition and spoke "in the ear" of Samuel, say ing, "I will send thee a man," telling him of the work which this man is to undertake (ch. 9:15, 16). I. "Samuel Saw Saul" w. 17-21. Saul was a man to gaze at and to admire (ch. 9:2). Hia fruitless search for his father's asses leads him to the city wherein Samuel was residing. There he is advised to consult the "man of God" about his difficulty a good sug gestion for us all. This experience (ch. 9:6-14) exhibits Samuel In a new light The word "seer" indicates "one who sees," one who sees the things God makes manifest In dreams (Num. 24:4-16). While tho word Is similar to the modern term "clairvoyant" yet the latter not the successors of these Old Testament "seers" or "prophets." They are rather the successors of the false prophets (Jer. 17:14), and of those who dealt with familiar spirits (1 Chron. ld:13-14; iBa, 8: 19-20; 2 Kings 21:1, 2, 6). Saul evidently did not know Samuel (vv. 16-18). Samuel took Saul with him for tho night to take his mind off his father's asses and to prepare him to receive tho word from God. Christians take far too little time to withdraw them selves and take their restless minds off the things of time and sense to be still and hear the word of God. What were a few asses to Saul, to him "for whom all that is desirable in Israel" (v. 20 R. V.)? Christians who are heirs to the heavenly kingdom ought not to set their affections on the poor possessions of earth (Col. 3:1,2; 2 Cor. 4:18). In response to Samuel's Infor mation, Saul disclaims any greatness; Indeed, 1b he not from one of the least of the families of one of the smallest of the tribes (v. 21). Such humility gave great promise for Saul's future usefulness. Such was the mental and spiritual attitude of the man whom God chose to be king (ch. 15:17). It was later, when pride and power had puffed him up, that the kingdom was taken away from him (ch. 15:23; 16:1; Luke 14:11; Heb. 13:1). II. "8amuel Took Saul" vv. 22-24. Saul was then led into the guest cham ber and placed in the chief seat. Read our Lord's parable found In Luke 14:7-11. Samuel then bade the cook bring the thigh, which was a choice piece of meat especially reserved for those thus honored (Ezek. 24:4). Such a portion belonged to the priest (Lev. 7:32). That which did not belong up on the altar Saul was to eat (v. 24). Samuel and Saul may have had the preference and eaten before the other guests (v. 13), and Saul is made ac quainted with the special honor con ferred upon him. Following the feast, they return to Samuel's home, where Saul Is conducted to a couch upon the flat housetop (Acts 10:9). Here Sam uel had private converse with Saul (v. 25 R. V.). What that converse may have been we know not, but we are reminded of one such nocturnal conversation which gave to the world God's most precious summary of hiB love (John 3:1-16). Samuel poured oil upon Saul's head. I Prophets, priests, kings and cleansed lepers were so anointed, a type of the anointing by the holy spirit (I Kings 19:15, 16; Lev. 8:12, 14:2, 16-18; Isa. 61:1; I John 2:20 R. V.). This act was also a symbol ofentlre consecra tion to God, and pointed forward to the coming king (Messiah, Anointed One) whom God himself would anoint (Ps. 45:7). Saul was anointed to be "a prince" and to save God's people (ch. 9:16; Acts 5:31). His ear is always open to the cry of his people. Even though they had sinned, and their sorrow was because of their own disobedience, yet God regarded their affliction (Ps. 106:43, 44). Only God's anointed ones can save (Isa. 61:1-3). Saul's selected task was to savo Israel out of the hands of the Philis tines (See Luke 1:69-71). God's eye sees the oppression of mankind and his ear is always open to the cry of the poor and needy; of innocent chil dren suffering because of the sins of parents; of men defrauded of Justice. But the delivering remedy will not be brought by any earthly king. Man kind is today crying for a king (some times it Is termed "democracy") and will not have God to rule over them. Heedless of his warnings, blessed by his bounty, they struggle and scheme to heal their own hurt Saul's humility rapidly gave place to pride and pride to ambition, ambition to oppression, and Anally to an un timely end, due to disobedience. When our king comes the skillfully constructed scheme of man's govern ment, wherein graft and pride, ambi tion and last, find such a prominent place, will be set aside for a kingdom wherein justice and love, equity and service, will be meted out to every man; one wherein ideals will become realities. Children Lowe it Don't Deny Them Dentists affirm its helpful ness to teeth and gums. Doctors attest its aid to appetite and digestion Give the kiddies all they want. Use it yourself regularly. Keep it always on hand. Cultivate the saving instinct with the United Profit' Sharing Coupons each package, good high-grade merchandise. Have you seen "Wrigley's Mother Goose" newest jingle book 28 pages in colors? around aHer evety Sf toward V (Eere Is sample verse .and illustration) There was an eld Spear-woman lived in a shoe For her many young hopefuls she knew what to do! She made them most happy with WRIGLEY'S for all It kept them tn trim at a cost very small! The "Wrigley Spearmen" want you to see all their quaint antics in this book, free! Write for it today to For Her Protection. "When I said I would marry you you promised to let me handle all your money, but now we are married you handle it all yourBolf." "That's because I love you so." 'That's a queer way to prove your love." "It's a mighty Belf-sacriftcing way. When I made that promise I was not aware that money was teeming with bacteria." Welfare Work. "Have you any parts of an automo bile that you don't want?" "I havo an old tire. What's the idea?" "You know how our grandmothers used to make crazy quilts for the needy?" "Yes." "On the same principle I am trying to assemble an automobile for u poor woman who has none." "GASGARETS" ACT 1 A Selfish Idea. "There goes an irascible old gentle man who is a noted woman hater, yet he's in favor of votes for women." "Well! Well! That's a compliment to the persuasive powers of the fair sex." "I don't know whether it Is or not. He says he'd give them anything to keep them quiet." OVERWORK and KIDNEY TROUBLE ON IVFR BOWELS No sick headache, biliousness, bad taste or constipation by morning. Get a 10-cent box. Are you keeping your bowels, liver, and stomach clean, pure and fresh with Cascarets, or merely forcing a passageway every few days with i Salts, Cathartic Pills, Castor Oil or Purgative Waters? Stop having a bowel wash-day. Let Cascarets thoroughly cleanse and reg ulate the stomach, remove the sour and fermenting food and foul gases, take the excess bile trom the liver and carry out of the system nil the constipated waste matter and poisons In the bowels. A Casearet to-night will make you ! feel great by morning. They work j while you sleep never gripe, sicken I or cause any inconvenience, and cost only 10 cents a box from your store. Millions of men and women take a Casearet now and then and never have Headache, Biliousness, Coated Tongue, Indigestion, Sour Stomach or Constipation. Adv. Mr. James McDaniel, Oakley, Ky., writes: "I overworked and strained myself, which brought on Kidney and Bladder Disease. My symptoms were Backache and burning in the stem of the Blad der, which was sore and had a constant hurting all the time broken sleep, tired feel ing, nervousness, puff ed and swollen eyes, shortnessof breath and Rheumatic pains. I suf fered ten months. I was treated by a physician, but found no relief until I started to use Dodd's Kidney Pills, I now feel that I am permanently cured by tlie use of Dodd's Kidney PillB." Dodd's Kidney Pills, BOc. per box at your dealer or Dodd's Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y. 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Think of the money yon can make with wheat at its present high prices, where for some Umo it is lia ble to continue. During many years Canadian wheat fields havo averaged 20 bushels to the acre many yields as high as 45 bushels to tile acre. Wonderful crops also of Oats, Barley and Flax. Mixed farmmg is fully as profitable an mdustrvas o-tain raisin-. Tho rrl. lent grasaei.full of nutrition, are the only food required either for beef or dairy i - ..kul. 1 1 - : . ... . .. . ft liu pvaeB. uwu alumna, tuaiacia Luuyemcni, cuxnate excellent. Military service is not compulsory la Canada, bat there is an extra demand for farm aoui u leuiaiTO tun m.uy yuuug iubu woo nave voiuotceiea ior ina war. 'rue nov. viuwcui wis yoai is uikjuk imuicia w pmeaua acreage into grain. Write for literature and particulars as to reduced railway gates to OU9C11BKUM10M. UKUHSWHW, ULUWJ , liUfctUS , OI 0. A. 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