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Tom__l8 that heireBS a good coiv. rersatlonallst ? Dick—My boy, money always talks. A Sick Man writes ur, wart man About Kidney Disease. A gentleman writes me: “I was greatly in terested in your article describ ing the Kauff man case of serious disease of the kidneys. The description of his case ex act 1 y outlines mv condition. I am sure if Pe „ u n runa cured him S B Hartman, M. D. .. as yon say, it would cure me also. I am losing flesh rapidly and the doctors say I have every symptom of Bright's dis ease of the kidneys. If you think I would be benefited by Peruna I will certainly try some as the doctors have practically given me up, the same as they did him.” In reply I wish to say, first, that I never make any promises as to what Peruna will cure. No physician can make positive statements of that sort. I can say this much, however, If I were in your place 1 should certainly give Peruna a trial. I know of /no other remedy that would be so likely to be of use to you In your present condition as Peruna. Take a table spoonful before each meal and at bed time. Continue this for two or three weeks and then if there Is anything you wish to ask me further write me and I will give your letter prompt at tention. If I find that the Peruna is not helping you I will be perfectly frank and tell you so, for I would not have you take Peruna unless It was really helping you. But It has rescued so many cases of kidney disease that I am quite confident you will find It ex actly suited to your case. Kidney disease begins with catarrh of the kidneys. Peruna is a catarrh remedy. Unless the destruction of the kidneys is already too great Peruna relieves the catarrh and the cause of the kidney diseaso is removed. I shall anxiously await a report of your case. Remember, all letters are sacredly confidential I never use any one's name or address without his written consent. My correspondence is absolutely private. Pe ru na, Man a-lin and I^a-cu-pla manufactured by the Pe-ru-na com pany, Columbus, Ohio. Sold at all drug stores. SPECIAL NOTICEt—Many persons Inquire for The Old-tirae Peruna. They want the Pertina that their Fathers and Mothers used to take. The old Peruna Is now called Ka tarno. If your drujtKist or dealer does not keep It for anle write the .Katarno Company. Columbus, Ohio, and they will tell you all about it. Cough, Cold SoreThroat Sloan’s Liniment gives quick relief for cough, cold, hoarseness, sore throat, croup, asthma, hay fever and bronchitis. i HERE'S PROOF. Mb. Ai.hkrt W.Prick,of Frodonla, Kan., writes : “ We use Sloan's l.iui i incut In the family and find It an ex cellent relief for colds and hay lever attacks. It stops couching and annex ing a.most instantly. • SLOAN'S LINIMENT RELIEVED SORE THROAT. Mh». L. Brewer, of Modello, Fla., writes: •• t bought one bottle of your Liniment and Itdid ineall the giiod In the world. My throat was very Bore, and It cured mo of my trouble.” ; C.OOD FOR COLD AND CROUP. Mr. W. II. StraWGE, 37'.’1 Elmwood Avenue, Chicago, 111. writes: "A lit tle boy neat door hail croup. I gave the mother Sloan’s Liniment to try. She gave him three drops on sugar before going to bed, and he got up without the croup In the morning.’’ ) Prioo, 2 So., BOo.,$t.OO Sloan’s ®‘ Treatise I on the I Horse 1 sent free. ■ Address fi ■ffi— -grfla Ifl ii«*t Cough ijrup Tutu Good. Um Ej ftltBNATIONAL SUNMSQ100L Lesson (By E. O. SEEDERS, Director of Evening Department. The Moody Bible Institute, Chicago.) LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 10. WORLD’S TEMPERANCE SUNDAY. LESSON TEXT-Hosea 7. GOLDEN TEXT—"Woe unto them that rise up early in the morning, that they may follow strong drink; that tarry late into the night, till wine inflame them."— Isaiah 5:11. We turn aside today from studying the life of Christ to consider one of the things that caused the downfall of Ephraim, that is the northern king dom, and also of Israel, i. e., those who composed the southern kingdom. The chief counterfeit of the Holy Spirit employed by Satan Is the in spiration and the intoxication pro duced in the use of liquors, and we do well to pause and consider the works of him whom Jesus came to destroy. (Heb. 2:14). The lesson naturally divides itself Into two divisions, vv. 1-7 and vv. 8-16. This entire section really be gins In chapter six verse four and contains the response of Jehovah to the cry of the remnant of Israel and of Ephraim in the last days. In the first half we see the iniquity of Ephraim and Israel “discovered,” i. e., revealed, and in the second section there is discovered or revealed to us God’s wrath against them for their hypocrisy. I. God declares that it was his de sire to heal them both, (v 1). It is not God's will that any should perish. ! But while Jehovah would have healed them they would not be healed, (cf. Matt. 23:37 auid Luke 13:34), and hence it is that his love serves to re veal their wickedness. Dr. Torrey points out eight charges brought against the common people ’’Ephraim” and the court and city “Samaria,” for this evil attacks both alike. Never Hidden From God. (1) “Falsehood” (v. 1), Nothing la moro common among the evils of in temperance than falsehood; as we have suggested it i3 the Devil’s false imitation of true inspiration. (2) “A thief comes in.” Intemperance steels not only a man’s money but his repu tation, love for his family, in fact any i and everything a sober man will hold dear. (3) "They consider not in their hearts.” Like Rip Van Winkle, meu say “this last doesn’t count,” forget ting that It does count and that God remember all of their wickedness A violation of his law will receive pun- j ishment in due season. America is paying the price of a manifold in- 1 ; crease in taxation, in murder, in im becility, In divorce and suicide, the | overwhelming portion of which can be : traced to intemperance. God is re membering all our wickedness and verily a troop of robbers are strip ! ping us (v. 1). i We ofttimes hide onr evil deeds from man but never from God, and a man’s sins will find him out (Psalm 9:16). These people made the king glad (v. 3.) I e., the king delighted in i this wickedness. Let us not forget that righteousness exal’.eth a nation and sin is a reproach to any people. (4) “They are all adulterer*,’’ (v. 4). Of cotirso in tills connection wc know there was a remnant of true follow ers. bu* the prevailing vl«nMC was such as to call forth this terrific In dictment. We uced to remember that the connection between the liquor traffic and white s'av*ry is ao cloev as to defy separation. * "The Great Destroyer.” A liquor drinker is ulmost invaria bly a scorner. He scorns the power j of liquor over himself, its effect upon tit© nation. “Sum up the economic loss of efficiency the cost of crime, pauperism, and insanity, and we hove an economic burden of mors than half of the wealth produced by this na tion.” (So© Congressman li. K. Hob son's, “The Great Destroyer’). 6) “They hav© made ready their heart lik© an ovsn while they lie in wait,” (vv. 6, 7. referring undoubtedly to the heat of anger and passion as well as of lust. (7) “They bars devoured their judges" (v. 7). One has but to review the pages of history to apprs clate the overthrow of priest, peasant J and potentate alike (8) "Thera is none that calleth upon m«" (r. 7). The turning asld© from God was uoted at th© outset, here again w« see that the neglect and forgetfulnsss of God is tho true source of ftU of man's sin ning. II. God intended Israel, and intend* us, to be Heparate people. Tb« prophet sets before us the result of this re fusal upon Ephraim. A cake not turn ed Is a cake half baked, ono half burn ed. This metaphor has mauy applica tions. Our social life, our political life, our spiritual life Is too often one that is half turned, one-half burned to a crisu and the other half raw. Halifax Soup. Put a good meat bone on at 6 o’clock and boil until 11, In about three quarts of water Skim occasionally the Im purities which arise. Then put In one-half dozen tomatoes, three carrots, one onion and four Irish potatoes, all chopped fine Season with salt and pepper to taste. When vegetables are done, strain the soup, replace on fire Allow it to boil up. then thicken with a little flour Before sending to the •able drop In a few parsley leaves. BABY’S HAPPINESS DEPENDS ON HEALTH When your baby is cross and fret ful instead of the happy, laughing lit tle dear you are accustomed to, in all probability the digestion has become disarranged and the bowels need at tention. Give it a mild laxative, dis pel the irritability, and bring back the happy content of babyhood. The mother should make sure that the laxative used contains no opiate or narcotic drug. A mild, pleasant tasting, harmless laxative like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is ideal for children because of its natural com position and gentle action. A small dose of Syrup Pepsin at bedtime will bring easy, certain relief next morn ing, and with no distressful griping or ether discomfort. You can get Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin at any drug store. Your name and address on a postal to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 203 West St., Montlcello, 111., will bring a free trial bottle by return mall. Adv. Puts Job In Second Place. A Humboldt rancher returned from a year’s trip through the east to find that a one-time neighbor of hiB, a man noted for his perfect patience, had been having a siege of bad luck. Upon hearing the news he Immediate ly sought out the neighbor to condole with him. “Well, John," he said, after greet ings had been exchanged. “I hear you lost all of your timber through the forest fires." The other man nodded. “And they say that the river cut ofT your best bottom land; that your hogs all died of cholera; that your wife and children had been sick, and that they have now foreclosed the mortgage on your other place. John nodded again. “Yes, it's all true,” he said, looking about him at what had once been his prosperous farm, “all true. Why, sometimes I get almost discouraged.”—Ladies' Home Journal. AWFUL ECZEMA ON FACE Freeland, Md.—“Baby’s eczema Started in little spots and would burst and run all over his face and wher ever the water would touch his face, it would make another sore. Pimples would break out and make his face sore and inflamed, and he was very cross end fretful. It was awful. He suffered tortures from it, and we had to tie mittens on his hands to keep him from scratching A friend of mine told me of the Cuticura Soap and Oint ment and I went to a drug store and bought them. "When we would bathe his face with the Cuticura Soap and apply the Cuti cura Ointment, he would be much bet ter. He would wake up in the nights and cry with his face and we would put on some of the Cuticura Ointment and then he would rest all night. They have cured him completely of the eczema." (Signed) Mrs. Harry Wright, Mar. 21, 1912. Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold throughout the world. Sample of each free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address poet-card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston.” Adv._ Fable for Borrowers. An Arab went to his neighbor and said: "Lend me your rope.” “I can’t," said the neighbor. “Why can’t you?” "Because I want to use the rope myself.” “For what purpose?" the other per sisted. “I want to tie up hve cubic feet of water with it.” “How on earth,” sneered the would be borrower, "can you tie up water with a rope?" “My friend.” said the neighbor, "Al lah is great and he permits us to do strange things with a rope when we don’t want to lend it.”—Boston Eve ning Transcript. No Broken Parts. During the progress of the morning bath of a few months old infant a lit tle neighbor girl came into the room carrying a doll and stood watching the operation for some time. The lit tle girl's doll was much the worse for hard usage, being minus an arm and a leg. Finally she said to the mother of the child: "How long have you had your baby?" The child was informed, and, look ing from her doll to the baby, she said: “My, but you have kept it nice.”— National Monthly. His Turn Next. Little Hoy (who has Just seen his mother dismiss the servant for staying away from home the previous night five or six hours without leave): — Mamma, wasn't It very wrong In Mary to stay out so late? Mamma (indignantly)—Yes, Char lie, and very Impudent, too, she was. But I won’t keep such a person in my house. IJttle Hoy - When are you going to dismiss pace? If your appetite is not what it should be perhaps Malaria is developing. It affects the whole system. OXlDlNE will clear sway the germs, rid you of Malaria and generally improve your condition. Adv. The only way to cure a man of bach elorhood Is to feed him to a designing widow. NEITHER HAYSEED NOR ANGEL But There Need Be Little Question That Young Lady Had Much Ingenuity. Across the line on the Kansas side where the study of agriculture is compulsory, one of the high school girls took home her monthly report card and proudly announced: "I took tho highest grade in the class in history, English literature and German.” "That’s all very well,” replied her father, critically examining the card, “but how about this grade lir agricul ture?” "Oh, well," explained the daughter, “I’m no hayseed!” A little farther down a deportment grade, not altogether satisfactory, ap peared. “And how do you account for this grade in deportment?" he inquired. “I’m no bloomin’ angel, either,” she replied.—Kansas City Star. KISSED HER OFTEN. Carrye—He had the audacity to kiss me. Her Mother—Of course you were indignant? Carrye—Oh! yes, mamma, every time. Accepts the Rebuke. A resident of an English city has made himself a marked man by in sisting on saying '‘nought" instead of "O” when lie calls a telephone num ber having ciphers in it. The tele phone operator usually corrects him when he says "three double nought" by saying "Three double O." The other night he called up central and said, "Hello,” and the girl replied: “Hell-nought." He Accepted meekly the “quiet rebuke."—Springfield Re 11__ Objections. "You give up too easily Why don't you get a grip?" "It's the other way. The grip’s got me.” A great majority of summer ills are due to Malaria in suppressed form. Las situde and headaches are but two symp toms. OXiniXE eradicates the Malaria germ aud tones up the entire system. Adv. Sound One. “What's your objection to my labor theory?” “It won't work." Red Cross Hall Blue gives double value for your money, goes twice as far as any other. Ask your grocer. Ally. If we could see ourselves as others see us we wouldn't believe it. Storm centers as a rule defy central mltuHnna Long-Felt Want. Man (entering store)—A card in your window says: ‘‘I)oy wanted over sixteen years.” Proprietor—Yes, sir; have you one? Man—No. I Just dropped in to ask you if you weren't discouraged, that's all. TO DRIVE OCT MALARIA AND BUILD CP THE SYSTEM Take the Old Standard UKuVH s TASTKI.KS8 CHILI. TUN 1C. Yon know what yon are inking. Tho formula Is plainly printed on every bottle, showing It Is simply yulnlnc and Iron In a tasteless form, and the most sfteetual form. Kor grown people and children, 60 cents. Adv. His Fatal Success. Towne—I hear that Roreum played the part of a court jester In your pri vate theatricals. How did ho do? Howson I-ott (In disgust)—Oh, ho made a fool of himself, of course, and everybody laughed at him! Regular practicing physicians recommend and prescribe OXIDIXE for Malaria, be cause it is a proven remedy by years of ex perience. Keep a bottle in the medicine chest and administer at first, sign of Chills and Fever. Adv. Breaking It Gently. Pat—Mrs. Flannigan, yurc mon Moike has just fell off th' scaffoldin’ and killed himself, bedad! Mrs. Flannigan (collapsing in chair) —Hlvtns! Pat—Aisy—aisy! 'Tis only his leg thot's bruk. It's rejoiced ye'll be to hear it. whin ye thought he was killed fur-r-st!—Puck. Simple Taste. "Something mentally wrong with Kenworthy, don't you think?” "Why so?" “I asked him to come ever and play 'auction bridge' with us last night, and he said he would rather waste his time playing 'bean-porridge-hot' or ‘tit i tat-toe.' ” Fond Memories. “Tiaggs is such an ugly man, Miss Prettyface, that 1 cannot understand why ho seems to interest you so.” “Of course, you can’t, but with his dogged expression and his pug nose, he reminds me so much of my pet i terrier.” Natural Results. “Why are you so miserable?” “Iieen joy-riding.” As a summer tonic there is no medicine that quite compares with OXID1NE. It not onlv builds up the system. lint taken reg ularly. prevents Malaria. Regular or Taste less formula at Druggists. Adv. Sensible Shift. "Why does she dress so mannishly?” “Well, she was no beauty as a girl, but she makes a fairly good-looking 1 boy ” FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS Are Richest in Curative Qualities FOR BACKACHE, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEYS AND BLADDER -Barker's HAIR BALSAM Ctaroaea and beautifies the halt Promote* a luxuriant growth. Never Falls to Bento re Gray Hair to Its Youthful Color. Prevents hair falling. I - - j Allen's* I'lcerlmiHalvecurest'hroiiH‘1 leers. Mon* I'lcers,Scrofulous Ulcer*.\ arlcose Ulcers,In dolent Ulcers, Mercurial Ulcers.W liitoSwell Inir. >111 k Ick. Fever Sore*. all •Ida**™. BTmaii&o«. ttfMiV!*• t fr*«. J. p. Al.l.KN. Dept. A-6 sit. Paul, Minn. nnnptY trratht). giv«quick r® ■'"■Urdl Hef, usually remove swel ling and short breath lo a few days and entire relief In 15-45 days, trial treatment l it I t:. DU. UUKKNH MOSS, Bo* A, AUaeU,G«, The Wretchedness of Constipation Can quickly be overcome by CARTER’S LITTLE LIVER PILLS. 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MONROE DHDG COMPANY, Qol—y, Was Not Guilty. “Mordecai Judaon," rorfred Colonel White, who had been aroused In the middle of tho night by a suspicious noise in his poultry house, “is that you in there, you black thief?" “No, sah," humbly replied a fright ened voice. "Dis is muh cousin. Ink Judson, dat looks so much like me and steals everything he kin lay his dog-gawu ban's on. Ah's at home <lis minute, sah. a sleepln' de sleep o' de jest ’’—Puck. One From Boston. “Pa, was Job a doctor?" “Not that I know of.” “Then why do people have so much to say about the patients of Job?”— Boston Transcript. --- Mr*. WIbaIowi Soothing Syrup for Children 1 teething, soften# the guma, reduces inflamma tion, allays pain,cures wind colic,25c a bottle AA. Occasionally a couple marries In ! haste and live happily ever after— they secure a divorce. ITCH R.lte.ed In 30 Minute,. Woolford's Sanitary Lotion for all kinds of contagious Itch. At Druggist#. Adr. 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