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JACKSON COUNTY JOURNAL, SYLVA, N. C.
i I, IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL "CALLUS CORNS" SfJIWSOlflOL Lesson LIFT RIGHT OFF 1 am Sincere! Stop Calomel! I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone Listen to me! Calomel sickens and you may lose a .day's work. If bilious, constipated or headachy read my guarantee. . Apply a few drops of "Freezone" No pain! (By REV. P. B F1TZWATER. D .D., Teacher of English Bible in the W ody Bible Institute of Chicago.) Copyright,191, b; Western Newspaper Cni.-.n LESSON FOR JUNE 22 'DANDERlEG HAIR I W ylirniin imnrii'i mhi ill Til i i i rat i mi fc lililllliilii!: II llllii X-- i A small bottle of Danderine costs but a few cents if any store. H stop falling hair, itching scalp and ends dandruff, besides it doubles the beauty of your hair, mak ing it appear twice as heavy, thick and abundant Try itl FELT SOLDIER SPOKE TRUTH No Doubt Colonel Blank, in His Heart, Realized Just How Tough He Did Look. Colonel Blank, who had been such a tartar at all inspections that his name was a byword in his regiment, was in the thick of the Argonne fight ing and for six days was unable to thave. For six days he was unable to pry the mud from his clothes or rake it from his hair. And in this un familiar state he was hailed at the end of the sixth day by a doughboy who seized a moment of leisure to shave by a mirror hung on a knife stuck in a tree. "Hey, there, Buddie!" the doughboy shouted. "Do you know you look like h ? Better come up and get a shave or Colonel Blank will land on you like a ton of bricks !" Colonel Blank accepted the invita tion. Stars and Stripes. Both Got There. "Sammy" Coles of Luxborough. West Somerset, England, a famous pe destrian preacher, during 40 years walked 35,000 miles to keep preaching engagements. When war broke out Capt. John Mac Gregor, M. C, D. C. M. Canadian mounted rifles, who has been award ed the Victoria cross, snowshoed over 100 miles to join the colors. At Least He Was There. When he was minister of the in terior in the Sarrien cabinet, M. Clem eiceau prescribed for the function aries of his department precise office hours which were to be rigorousjy observed. One day, early in the af ternoon, he called his bureau chief, Mr. Winter, and said: "Let us take a turn in the bureaus. Obviously his comand had had lit tle effect. ' Office after office was found empty. At last, in a nook un der the roof, they came upon a poor devil of a 'clerk who, overcome by the heat, had fallen asleep at his desk Mr. Winter sprang forward to . shake and rouse him, but Mr. Clemenceau checked him : "Saprlsti! But, no! Don't waken him, or he, too, may run away!" LOVE. Perfectly Willing. "What sort of a fellow is he?" "Well, if you and he have had din ner together and you insist upon pay ing the check, he won't even give you an argument." Dr. Peery Tad Shot" not only expels worms or Tapeworm dui cleans out the mucus In which they breed and tones up the digestion. One dose sufficient. Adv. Don't stand around barefooted wait lng for dead men's shoes. A BRIGHT, CLEAR COMPLEXION is always admired, and it is the lauda ble ambition of every woman to do all she can to make herself attractive. Many of our southern women have found that Tetterine is invaluable for clearing up blotches, itchy patches, etc., and making the skin soft and velvety. The worst cases of eczema and other torturing skin diseases yield to Tetterine. Sold by druggists or sent by mail for 50c. by Shuptrine Co., Savannah, Ga. Adv. Fought the Midnights. Johnny came home from Sunday school quite thrilled by the lesson. "It was all about the Midnights," he said. "The what?" asked his father. "The Midnights," replied the boy. "Teacher told us how Gideon fought the Midnights and knocked the day lights out of 'em in no time." The greatest objection to summer mornings is that they get up early. The unsalaried office always has to seek the man. 1 J S Mothers JfcjSsir your children. The open published formula appears on every bottle of Ai LOWS sg vis? yp The Infants' and Children's Regulator Senna a prompt, efficient rege table cathartic. Sodium Citrate an effective regu lator of the bowels used fre- quently with other ingredients Rhubarb a rejuvenator of diges- by learned doctors in treating tive action. colic and diarrhoea. Sodium Bicarbonate highly valuable in treating severe gastric indigestion in children. Oil of Anise, Fennel, Caraway, Coriander, Glycerine, Sugar Syrup, all of which help to make this formula the very best that medical skill can devise. If it were possible to improve this for mula it would be done regardless of the fact that a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Syrup now costs twice as much to make as any other similar preparation. Yet it costs you no more than ordi nary baby laxatives. At all Druggists ANGLO-AMERICAN DRUG CO., 215-217 Fulton Street, N.Y. General Selling Agents: Harold F. Ritctie & Co., Inc. New York Toronto, Canada LESSON TEXT-I Cor. 13. GOLDEN TEXT Now abideth faith. hope, love, these three; but the greatest oi tnese is love. I Cor. 13:13. ADDITIONAL. MATERIAL Lev. 19:18; ueut. 6:4, 5: John 10:27; 3:16; I John 4:7-21. rKlMARY TOPIC How to Show Our Ixve. JUNIOR TOPIC-Whom We Should Love and How. INTERMEDIATE T.OPIC The Greatest Thing in the World. SENIOR AND ADULT TOPIC The Strongest Bond Between Men and Women. The best gift of the Holy Spirit la the love of God shed abroad in our hearts. Not all can teach, preach, work miracles, speak with tongues; but the gift of love is within reach or all. The "more excellent way" of the last verse of chapter 12 is the way of love. Love is not a mere senti ment or emotion, but a mighty dy nnmic which transforms the life, ex pressing itself in practical service to men. I. The Pre-eminence of Love (w. 1-3). It transcends: (1) Speaking with tongues. For men to possess the loftiest eloquence, to be able to speak in other languages, and to be lacking in love is to be as sounding brass and a tinkling cymbal. Pleasing and powerful speaking ts de sirable, but to love is better. (2) The gift of prophecy. To dis close the events of the future, to be able to unfold all mysteries of nature and providence is good but to love Is better. (3) Faith of the most vigorous kind, Such as would remove mountains. (4) Philanthropy of the most gen erous sort, prompting one to surren der all earthly goods for the sake of the poor. (5) Heroism which leads even to martyrdom without love is profitless. II. The Attributes of Love (v. 4-7). 1. It is long-suffering and k'nd. It means not only to bear long but to be kind all the while. Patience is a re markable virtue. It is much easier to bear long than to show the spirit of kindness all the while. 2. It is free from envy. Those who love are free from that envy which Is engendered because of the good, or the success of others. 3. It is free from empty boasting. Love has as its supreme aim the doing of good to all and does not seek their admiration and applause. - 4. It is well behaved. Love is po lite and mannerly. It knows how to behave at all times. 5. It is unselfish. Love seeks the good of others and is forgetful of self. 6. Does not give way to passion. It is not quick tempered. It is not easily aroused to resentment. 7. It takes no delight in evil; does not impute evil motives to others; is not suspicious, but forgiving. 8. It rejoices in the truth. It sym pathizes with that which is true and has a common joy with it. 9. It beareth all things that is, It Incases itself with its own mantle and shuts all evil out. 10. It is trustful, hopeful and firm. III. The Permanence of Love (ty. 8-13). Prophecy, as prediction, will be ful filled ; prophecy,, as teaching, will be brought to an end in the day when teaching is not needed. "And they shall not teach every man his neigh bor, and every man his brother, fay ing, Know the Lord: for all sPall know me, from the least to the grrat est" (Heb. 8:11; cf. Jer. 31:S4l. Tongues shall cease, for as the Ian guages of earth were caused by Gofl's judgment for sin so shall Christ's redemption bring the nations back to one tongue. Knowledge shall be doOe away with by a wider and nobler in telligence. The twilight shall be Wit in the day. Childhood shall be PMrt in maturity, for at Christ's coming 'f e shall see him face to face and be l?ce him. Love will always abide, for Gctra is love. ym Don't suffer I A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but a few cents at any drug store. Apply a few drops on the corns, calluses and "hard skin" on bot torn of feet, then lift them off. When Freezone removes corns from the toes or calluses from the bottom of feet, the skin beneath is left pink and neaiiny ana never sore, tender or irritated. Looking Out for Himself. "That German delegate's failure to stand indicated a very haughty frame of mind." "iNot necessarily. Aiayne ne was used to commuting in a crowded car and didn't want to take a chance on losing his seat." Liven up your sluggish liver ! Feel fine and cheerful; make your work a pleasure; be vigorous and full of am bition. But take no nasty, dangerous calomel, because It makes you sick and you may lose a day's work. Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver, which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel crashes into sour bile like dynamite, breaking it up. That's when you feel that awful nausea' and cramping. Listen to me ! If you want to enjoy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel cleansing you ever experienced, just take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone tonight. Your druggist or dealer sells you a bottle of Dodson's personal money-back guarantee that each spoonful will clean your sluggish liver better than a dose of nasty calo mel and that it won't make you sick. Dodson's Liver Tone Is real liver medicine. You'll know It next morn ing, because you will wake up feeling fine, your liver will be working; bead ache and dizziness gone; stomach will be sweet and bowels regular. Dodson's Liver Tone Is entirely vegetable, therefore harmless and can not salivate. Give it to your children. Millions of people are using Dodson's Liver Tone instead of dangerous calo mel now. Your druggist will tell yon that the sale of calomel is almost Liver Tone for a few cents under my J stopped entirely here. Adr Made It a Party of Two. "Your honor, I can't serve on the jury," said George Scifres." "Only a legitimate excuse goes," said Judge Roberts." Tm going fishing." The judge pondered a moment "111 go with you." Exchange. The Evidence. ."Does it cost much to raise a skele ton structure?" "Sure ; it costs a lot of 'bones. " Language conceals some thoughts and renders some conspicuous. Cut leu ra Soap for the Complexion. Nothing better than Cutlcura Soap dally and Ointment now and then as needed to make the complexion clear scalp clean and hands soft and white Add to this the fascinating, fragrant Cutlcura Talcum and yon have the Cuticura Toilet Trio. Adv. If silence is golden, garrulity most be copper. n liter it) INFLUENZA Catarrhal Fever Pink Eye, Shipping Fever, Epizootio And all diseases of the horse affecting his throat speedily cured; colts and horses in the same stable kept from hav ing them by using SFOHN'S COMPOUND, 3 to 6 doses of ten cure. Safe for brOod mares, baby colts, stallions, all ages and conditions. Most skillful scientific compound. SPOIIN'S is sold by your druggist. SFOI1N MEDICAL. CO., Mfrs., Goshen, Ind. 1 SHfLfcffk. Guaranteed to destroy potato bugs Without fail and without injury to vine. One or two applications usually sufficient to lave the entire crop. Easily applied. stonecypher's Irish Potato Bttg Killer. At druggists and general stires. ir your dealer will not supply you, we will send you four 85c cans, postpaid, for si.uu. Try it on cucumber, squash, cantaloupe and tomato punts. Money oaca it nox ttu..ou. Stontevphtr Draeini Ctwmletl Co., Westminster, s. c. The School of Gentleness. With what infinite gentleness t!te Great Physician ministered to brib ed reeds and broken hearts! Wl fit tender names be gave them! "SoT' "Daughter!" He was never roujT.t", never brusque, never impatient, neVlr in a hurry ! His tender approach wis part of the cure. His very touch hrd healing power. He handled the bvr dens of men in such a way as to im mediately make them lighter. Marly a broken heart was strangely comfort ed by his presence even before the life had been made whole. Most sur? ly the hospital work of our Saviour was a school of gentleness! PREPARE FOR A LARGER SALARV Do Not Shun the Light. The man who shuns the light for feits his own final peace of heart. ITe who refuses to face his worst forfeits the possibility of finding his best. I?.e does not solve the question of his sin fulness; he shelves it. Percy C. Ains-worth. In times of Peace prepare for a better job at a larger salary. Modern Dusiness demands trained men and women experts. The better the training the larger your salary will be. Today our graduates are in the iront rants or moaeru business. Enroll with this well- coulnned business college, and help to Wake your future succf3S secure. Handsome cata- echool open all summer. Raleigh, N. C. and Charlotte, N. C. Silence. If the prudence of reserve and de corum dictates silence in some cir cumstances, in others prudence of a higher order may justify us in speak ing our thoughts. 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