The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1910 Page: 7 of 8
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Soaday Sckool l.rnoa for Oct. 30, 1910
Spatially At ranged for This Papar
"I fell and sprained my arm
and was in terrible pain. I
could not use my hand or arm
without intense suffering until
a neighbor told me to use
Sloan's Liniment. The first
application gave me instant
relief and I can now use my
arm as well as ever."—Mrs. H.
B. SrRiNGF.R, 921 Flora St.,
Elizabeth, N. J.
is an excellent antiseptic and germ
killer — heals cuts,
burns, wounds, and
contus'ons, and will
draw the poison
from sting of poi-
25c., 60c. and $1.00
Kloan'a book on
tior*e<*, rattle. hi*ep
•imI poultry aeut free.
Dr. Earl S. Sloan,
Boston, Mass., U.S. A
Thompson's Ey Wattr
A woman hates her enemies longer
than Blie loves her friends
Many who lived t" moke ID" diiati
aun buy I-ewis' Single Binder atraight - c.
Old Oaken Bucket.
Doctor (to typhoid patient)—Do you
remember where you drank water?
Patient (an actor)—Oh, yes! It was
back on the dear old farm—twenty
An Exacting Personage.
"I suppose you And life easier
tdnce 1 he summer boarders have
"Nope," replied Farmer Corntossel.;
••we're workln' nn' worryln' lust as
much as ever tryln' to keep the hired
The Family Growler.
"Wh> are you weeping, little hoy"'
"I broke de pitcher."
"Well, there's no use crying over
"O'wan! I>i wiia beer.'—Louisville
The Most Notlceab'e Change.
•So you have lived In Kurope for 25
years? That's a long time for a man
io he away from bis own country.
"Yes, it Is. and I'm mighty glad to
be home again.
"1 suppose you notice a great many
• What, if I may ask. is the greatest
change that has come to your notice?
"The greatest change, it seems to
me is to br found in the fact that the
vice-president of the United States
succeeds in getting bis name n the
papers nearly as often as he might if
•he were a baseball player or a prom
Itdtlg lightweight prizefighter "
A Physician on Food.
A ■ physician, of Portland. Oregon,
has views about food. He says.
"1 have always believed that the
duty of the physician does not cease
with treating the sick, but that we
owe it to humanUr to teach them h w
to protec t their health, especially W
hygienic and dietetic laws.
"With such a feeling as to my du y
I take great pleasure io saying to the
public that in my ow n experience and
also from personal observation 1 have
found no fcoj equal to Grape-Nuts
and that 1 find there is almost uo limit
to the great benefits this food will
bring when used in all cases of sick-
ness and convalescence.
"It is ray experience that no physi-
cal condition forbids the use of Grape-
Nuts. To persons in health there i
nothing nourishing and acceptable
to the stomach, especially at break-
fast, to start the machinery of the hu-
man system on the day's work.
"in cases of indigestion 1 know that
a complete breakfast can be made of
Grape-Nuts and cream and 1 think it is
not advisable to overload the stomach
at the morning meal. I also know the
great value of Grape-Nuts when the
stomach Is too weak to digest other
"This is written after an experience
of more than 20 years, treating all
manner of chronic and acute dlseaseu.
and the letter is written voluntarily
on my part without any rcmiest for it."
Read the little book, "The Road to
Wallville." in pkgs- "There's a Reaso-i.
l.eaann'^Text—Matthew *:l-tl Memory 1
Golden Text "filie tilth ilon. wl.at h.
could" Mark 14:1.
Time- Saturday April 1, A. r>. *>, th.
day before the Triumphal I'roeeaalon.
j Place—Hnuna of Simon the leper, at
Bethany, on th. Mount of Olives
The place of the supper was Ueth
any. in the house of Simon the leper.
We have met this family twice before
this in their homa. One picture of
them Is presented to us In Luke 10:
38-42 Here we see Martha busily
preparing the meal for Jesus' enter-
tainment; a busy and anxious house-
keeper. This was in the autumn pre-
vious to the present occasion.
Tte second picture is presented to
us by John (II: 20 44). Since the first,
picture their brother i<azarus had
died, and been restored by Jesus; and
although Martha is even more busy j
ihan before, yet she is restful an.i
peaceful in her work. She Is not
cumbered with her business, nor an
gry with Mary, nor casting reflections
ou Jesus. She has learned something
In the day of sorrow an 1 darkness.
She has not lost any of her power to
'• serve, but the manner of her service
has been transformed. Thus the two
sisters each gained something of the
virtues of the other.
At tho present feast Mary and Mar-
tha were each serving In the way
natural to them. Lazarus sat at the
table as a guest with Jesus in whose
honor the feast w as given. Simon was
at the head of the table. As was cus-
tomary in the Orient the villagers
i were attracted to look upon the scene,
and see the distinguished guests.
It Is a great blessing to huve such
1 a home as is presented to us at Beth-
any as a living picture to be held up
! before ail the homes in the world,
especially when we add to it the scene
where Jesus takes little children in
his arms and blesses them. The star
of Bethlehem for morals and religion,
for the millennium, stands over the
1 home where Jesus is.
There came unto him a woman This
woman was Mary, the sister of Mar-
tha and Lazarus. Having an alabaster
, box, rather, a cruse or flask. Of very
precious ointment, a liquid perfume,
more like an oil, as oil of roses, than
the thicker compositions we commonly
know as oiiitnftnt. It was so strong
that It filled the whole house with its
odor. Very precious. Horace offers
to give a cask of wine for a very small
box of It. Compare the attar of roses,
made at Ohazlpoor in Hindustan, and
which requires 400,000 full-grown
roses to produce one ounce, and which
sells when pure, in the English ware-
houses, as high as $100 an ounce, or
$1,200 for as much as Mary's pound
Anointing the head of a rabbi at
such feasts was not an unusual honor;
but anointing ttie feet was unusual,
and expressed the tenderest, must,
humble, most reverential, unutterable
affection. Mary not only anointed
Jesus, but she took "woman's chief
ornament" and devoted it to wiping
the travel stained feet of her teacher.
She devoted the best she had to even
the least honorable service for him.
John says that "the house was filled
with the odor." as indeed the church
and the world have been filled with
the odor of this loving deed.
When his disciples saw it, they had
indignation. John tells us that Jvdas
Iscarlot was the leader and the
mouthpiece of the Indignation against
Mary. The plausible arguments of a
positive man, uearing a mask of vir-
tue. and speaking in behalf of some
of the very principles their Master had
enforced, had brought some of the
disciples Into more or less sympathy
with his feeling of indignation. It
is easy to see how K might seem a
useless waste, as some now imagine
that the money spent upon great
churches, and on foreign missions,
might better be give.it to the poor.
She hath wrought a good work upon
me The Greek adjective implies
something more than ' goo 1," a noble,
an honorable work. -The spirit which
offers precious things, simply because
they are precious. . . . is a good
and Just feeling, and as well-pleas-
ing to God and honorable 1o men,
as it is beyond all dispute necessary
to the production of any great work in
the kind with which we are at present
concerned." "Costliness is an external
sign of love and obedience." "It is not
the church we want, but the sacrifice;
not the emotion of admiration, but
the act of adoration; not the gift, but
The act was even better than her
thought. It was her last tribute of
affection. "Jesus was at a crisis of
hi* life when it was of the utmost
value to him to know that he had won
a place In a human heart."
This story has been told In every
known tongue, and Is now being re-
lated In more than four hundred dif
ferent languages to every great nation
on the earth.
We are told In the Brltannlca that
; the late Dr. Septimus Piesse endeav
or(>d to show that a certain scale or
gamut existed among odors as among
' sounds, taking the sharp smells to
correspond with high notes, and the
| nenvv smells with low." "He assert
ed that to properly constitute a bott-
! quet the odors to he taken should
j correspond In the gamut like the notes
of a musical chord. So the fragrance
! from Mary's flask of nard fills the
! world with a chorus of odors, the
! m8ny forms in which the fragrance of
| her deed has been expressed by count-
Arkansas Lady Cannot Say Enou'"1'
In Praise of Carciui, Which
Did Her a World
Mena. Ark —"I find Cardui to be all
you represent," write* Mrs. H. U |
York, of this city. "I suffered for near
ly two years, bwtore 1 tried > our rem-
edy. I have been so relieved since tak-
ing Cardui. I cannot say enough in
its praise. It has done me a world of
good, and 1 recommend Cardui to all
Similar letters come to us every
day. from all over the couutry, telling
the same story of benefit obtained
from Cardui, the woman's tonic.
This great remedy is over DO years
old, and is more in demand today than
ever. Cardui has stood the test of
i time. It Is the standard, tonic medi-
cine, for women of every age.
The first thought, in lemale ail-
Would you like to be well and
strong again? Then take Cardui. It
can't possibly harm you, and its record
indicates that it ought to help you.
Have you poor health? Cardui has
assisted thousands of women to glow-
ing good health.
Do you lack strength? Cardui is a
strength-building tonic for women.
Over a million women have bene-
fited by its use. Can you think of any
good reason why you should not
Ask your druggist. He knows.
V b-IVriff: Ladles' Advisory Dept..
Chattanooga Medicine <V. chattanooga.
TfMiti for Sttcial InttrHi ttons. Hurt
parp book. "Home Treatment for W om-
en," sent In plain wrapper on request.
Money for Tuberculosis Work.
The National Association for the
Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis
gives forcible illustration of the way
In which a small sum spent In educa-
tion has secured large appropriations
from state, county, and municipal of-
ficials. The New York State Chari-
ties Aid association In the three years,
190S, 1909, and 1910, has spent in the
up-state portion of New York about
$55,000 In arousing the people to the
dangers of tuberculosis. As a direct
result of the public sentiment pro
duced by this outlay, the state, coun-
ty. and municipal authorities have al-
ready appropriated for tuberculosis
work $1,500,000 and appropriations for
hundreds of thousands of dollars are
pending. Hundreds of hospital beds
have been provided, and the associa-
tion already aims for "No Vncared-for
Tuberculosis in 1915."
Thus, the National association says
if $1,000,000 Is realized from the sale
of Red Cross seals, millions more will
be added to it from the public treas-
uries. Last year 25,000,000 stamps
were sold. It is aimed to sell four
times as many this year.
will be paid to winncti of this contest
If the dre*ed hog weighs joo tba what
does each part weigh? fiooo will b«
given tor the nearest guew of the
weight of eaih piecc the whole head,
one shoulder. one wliole side with ril* .
one ham with hoof. $si*> will be paid
for the second best guess nd - oo for the third be*!. Thirty two i oo prue-,
for the next thirty-two guesses A valu-
able book on hog diseases will be given
to everv one sending in a guess Get
busy today and win a cash priie. Address
£«oaaSr ^ a
Mike-Shure. Oi feel very queer,
Dan. Oi have sich a feel av fullness
after me meals. Do yes know a rim-
idy fur thot?
Dan—01 do, me bhoy. Whin yez sit
dowu to ute a meal, don't ate ony.
Mike—But thin Oi shud be full av
Was Getting Monotonous.
A handsome woman who had been ;
so unfortunate as to find occasion to j
divorce not one but several husbands
was returning from Nevada. In l hi-
cago she happened to meet her first
husband, for whom, by the way, she
always has entertained a real atlee
"Upon my soul, if it isn t ( harlle.
exclaimed the ex-wife, cordially shak-
ing hands with the gentleman whose
name she had formerly borne. ' I'm
awfullv glnd to see you. Charlie!
Then, after a wistful expression hud
come to and been banished from her
countenance, she added:
•Old chap. I've often wondered
where you were and what you were
doing. It was too bad we didn't get
on better together. 1 hope your ex
perlence hasn't been as unpleasant as
mine. I'm sick and tired of mar
Fable of Pan of Biscuits.
A Vassar girl married a Kansas
Two weeks later a cyclone made the
happy pair a friendly call.
It cavorted around the premises, ;
ripping up the fences, scattering the
haystacks and playing horse with the j
barn, but when it looked through the
open window it drew back in alarm. ,
There lay the bride's first pan of
"I ain't feelin' very strong this
morning." murmured the cyclone.
And with another glance at the ter-
rible pan It blew Itself away
W. L. DOUGLAS
•3 3^S &. *S4 SHOES 4°W OMIN
BOVB'Smocs. •a.OO.ta.BO A*3.00. Btsr IN THC WORLD.
w L. Dovalan 93.00. 93.BO and 4.0l)rhoam
arm po.Jr/va'r "•« baal —adm and moat pop-
if/., mhomm for ihm prlom In America, - «
"hYmo~.clnun.l5al ahoa, tor you ,o buy.
I>.i Ten reall/** tliat io, aliue. liaw the at«nil*r«l '"r"*rl i
30,\Va",..Th,.« I I....W. ind ..II *t <H>. ami •«.«o
■Ham tlutn miiv other manufacturer In • I •**.. "'• ® , , V
1 AH FOK 1 >OI I Alt, I HI \ICAN1H MY 8HOBH to hold their
•h*i>e, look and lit hettvr.and wear longer than any '
it-.Oor «4.00 ihoM you ran bur ? Quality count* It l "
!i tiii i V 4IU Its OF Til I ,?•
i Ihi? my *Iio**i bwaiiM) of fite . / rruifrnk
It «-ome I line for you to pur- •// i X.
• more l linn pl<<)« «'• I Imm-hikm* lh<u<jlas
I iravo von mo iiiiM'h comfort r V / ShoeC*.
W. I. DoiltflM take no substitute
'or MftiUtalm faction
k siirti, llrorktaa* Muaa.
tk4 oo kho« 4 tou can ony •
Made my Tin: I KAl.t lis OI Till ivoitl i..
You w III In plea«e«l when you buy n > alio*** Ikm i--— «
lit anil appeMranee, ami when It •• — ••«««• *
cliaacanother pair, you will be i
the la*t oiiea wore ao well, and
it WW «• !«*r- Aa,".Va'-i«.
WHEN Undc Sam puts Ills 0 K on anytl.ina
il «tanJi lor currrnl vilur anil ,up«riot
worth: flood as coin ol the realm, lll is so
can is II. S. Inspected and Passed and is so labeled
Don't buy unless you see it on llie can. .S'riozr-
,1,1ft Hogless /.ord U the best iS.rleninj
known lot superior results in cuokinfl. and health,
lul benelils upon loods and difleslion. MsJe by
THF. S01IIIIR\ COTTON Oil. < 0.
New Vork. Savannah, New Olle.ns, Clm-. A
Everv Man Should Fence His Yard
- - _ ,T - ~ ~ „ /N ! ! ■
his garden, orchard or stock It insures a certain degree ol
nrrvar.y and keeps out undesirables 1 lie best fence to u*
for this purpose and the must economical is the I ,mou
Hodge Fence, a combination of wood and wire. Insist ou
vour lumber dealer showing it to you or write
THE HODGE FENCE & LUMBER CO., Ltd.
Luke Charles. La.
It was exhibition day at No. 3, and
;ts fie parents" of .lack Grady, the
Jul lest pupil, were listening hopefully,
the teacher tried her best to help the
boy. "How did Charles I. of England
die"" she asked, assigning the easiest
question on her list to .lack. As he
looked at her. with no Indication of a
•eoming answer, the teacher put her
hand up to her neck. Jack saw the
iiKivrment and understood its mean-
ing, as he thought. "Charles I. of Eng
land died of cholera." he announced
She Probably Could.
Senator La Eollette. apropos of cer-
tain scandals, said at a dinner in Mad
ison: "These things recall the legisla
tor who remarked to his wife, with a
look of disgust. One of those land
lobbyists approached me today with
another insulting proposition.'
"The wife, a young and pretty worn
nn. clapped her hands. Oh. good!'
she cried. Then 1 can have that sable
stole, after all, can't I, dear?'"
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
C ASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Vse Eor Over JJtt Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Randall—How did you like the naili
lary parade. Ida?
Miss Rogers—Glorious! I never saw
enough men in all my life before.—
n«VT MMII1 Mlt K Ct.OTHES.
i'w Red Cross Hill Itlue and keep them
vhit. as anow. Ml growers, 5c a jiackage.
Ileware of taking kindness from
others as matters of course.—Glad-
A Logical Landlord.
Many u tenant will sympathize with ;
the man Iti this story, from the Phlla j
delphla Record. He was renting a
small house which the landlord had
refused to repair. One day the owner
came to see him.
"Jones," he said, "I shall have to j
raise your rent."
"What for?" asked Jones, anxiously. I
"Have taxes gone up?" I
"No," the landlord answered, "but I j
see you've painted the house and put |
in a new range and bathtub. That, of
course, makes it worth more rent."
A Perennial Mystery.
Average Man—These Sunday papers
just make me slclt! Nothing in them
but commonplace personal Items
about a lot of nobodies no one ever
Friend—I saw- a little mention of
vou in the Sunday Gammon.
Average Man (half an hour later, to
messenger boy)—Here, rush around to
the t'.amnion office and get me forty
copies of the Sunday edition.
$100 Reward, $100.
The TMUlec of Oils paper will tie pleased to tMrn
•hat ttic-re Is t leant one <lcea..icl disease mat ran
Has li.-eii atue to cure In all lt« slaaea. and tl.at a
Catarrh. Hairs Catarrh Cure la the only pontile
cure iu w known to tha mrdical fraternity, t aiarrn
! b-l'iR a co.istItutufial dlsotuw. n-qutr** a constitu-
tional 1 reatme.it. llall'a Catarrh Cure 1* taken In-
ternallr artln* direct!y upon the biood and inucmia
■urtacrs of the system, thereby destroying the ,
foundation of the disease, ai.d plvlng the natlent
strength by building up the constitution and ;
lint nature In don* its worn. The Proprietor® have
■o much faith In its curative powersthat
One Hundred Dollar* for any case that It falls u>
cure. Send for list of testimonials
Address F. J. ( II! N l V A CO.. Toledo. O-
Held by all P-wr-lsts. 7*c.
la* UaU't 1 amlly l'llla for constipation.
"Who is that man who has been sit
ting behind the bar day after day""
inquired the strangtr in Crimson
"That's Stage Coach Charley, lie's
in a peculiar predicament. He went to
town last week and got his teeth
fixed. Then he came here, and, belli'
broke, ran up a bill on the strength of
his Beven dollars' worth of gold flllln'.
Charley won't submit to bavin' the
nuggets pried out an' the proprietor
won't let him git away with the col
lateral, and there you are!"
TRY MURINE EYE KtMEDY
for Red. Weak, Weary. Watery Eyes _ ,, . _ ,
and Granulated Eyelids Murine Uoesn t K POSt ll3!uS
Smart—Soothes Eye Pain. Druggists *•«■•«••• t
i Sell Murine Eye Remedy. Liquid. 25c,
j 50c $1.00. Murine Eye Salve In
I Aseptic Ttihes, 25c. $1.00 Eye Hooks
and Eye Advice FYee by Mall
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago.
"What are you in such a rush
"Promised to meet my wife at three
o'clock down at the corner."
"Well, there's no hurry. It isn't four
Mm. Wlngiow * Soorliliie *yrn| .
Kor. hiui en teetinn*. soil«ns i kiiiu*. reduces In
ii umi.ni.sOJti"*'^ uaio curui wiuU couc. & 'isuiXao.
It seems as though women's styles
change so often merely to keep men's
noses down to the grindstone.
fowls' Single Hinder. the famom
straight 5c cigar -annual sale 8,500,(KJO.
Anything left to be done at your
leisure seldom gets done—S. Martin.
So They Say.
j Stranger—I say. my lad, what is
considered a good score on these
Caddie—Well, sir, most of the gents
here tries to do it in as few strokes
as they can. but it generally takes a
few more. - Scottish American.
TO I.K.VK, orr T,l. sysTKM
I1 OUj'wM? HV,™ "uoi.'.iitToi. lakn.,
Ti.o forr.ivia Is plainly « nnted on eve^
hliiiwiMK It la simply (Julnlne and Iron in a
In'tZna Th Ijilnln.- drlv.-a out the malaria
Lnd S™iw hill Ms up tlie M t.;m. sold br all
acaloni loi Ul raart I'rlce 00 uta.
Now He Knows.
"On what grounds does your father
object to me?" he asked.
"On any grounds within a mile of
our house," she answered.
Pettit's Eye Salve Restores.
No matter how badly the eyes may lie
diseased or injured. All druggists or Hov\
aid Bros., Buffalo, N.
It will never rain roses. If we want
more roses we must plant more trees.
This is the name of tlie greatest of all ,
remedies for Distemper, l'ink Eye, Heaves, J
and the like among all ages of horses Sold |
by Druggists, Harness Makers, or send to
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Agents wanted. Send for free book. Spohn J
Medical Co., Spec. Contagious Diseases, |
"Agnes says she will never have
anything more to do with Gladys
"Which did Gladys recommend? A
dressmaker or a summer hotel?"— |
We often hear the expression, as
poor as a church mouse." But even a
church mouse doesn't have to live ou
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Kidney trouble pr>\r«
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AMH "Be* *nd le« en ' '
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VV ^tii,n !he kfd„..y*
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Simms, P. R. The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1910, newspaper, October 27, 1910; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc109170/m1/7/: accessed March 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.