The Moore Messenger. (Moore, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 26, 1911 Page: 7 of 8
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Bad Cough. Tried Many
Mrs. A. S. 1
Rucker, R. F.
D. 2, Brent-
"I wish to
tell you what
done for me.
I was very
sick and so
Swday School Lesion for Job. 29, 1911
Spatially A-rongod for This Pa par
LESSON TEXT—I Chronicles 17:1-11
Memory Vfroot S. 4
GOLDEN TEXT—"Seek ye flrot the
kingdom of Qod, and hla rlffhteouan«M;
and all theie things shall be added unto
you."- Matt. « 33.
TIME-Jehoshaphat'a reign of £5 years
*as from LI C. 9— (or 878) to 897 (or 853).
Tho tilst to tho 86th years of the kingdom
PLACE—The reform extended to the hill
country of Ephralm. The battle against
the Syrians took place at Ramoth-Gilaad,
to the east of the Jordan, the "hallelujah
victory" near Tekoa, south of Bethlehem.
This lesson covert the entire reign
of the good King Jehoshaphat. Ilia
name means "Jehovah judged," a
name given by hia religious father,
weak I could , liitJ par€Uta were xsa, the good king,
scarcely be; and xzubah, about whom nothing
more 1b known. His age at his acces-
sion was 35 years, and he reigned for
25 years. His character was pious,
prudent, enterprising He was a skil-
ful general, a wise statesman, a cour-
ageous reformer. He "was alone
counted worthy in later ages to rank
with Hezekiah and Josiah among the
most pious rulers of the Davidic line."
His reign was among the best and
most prosperous in all Judah'B exis
tence. His great error, equally with
his success, points out to us the way
of true prosperity. He had a great
advantage in having a religious fath-
er, who had done much toward re-
forming his kingdom, and uplifting
w i j * his people. A good inheritance of vir-
time my cough ceased and my strength | e
returned i tue a religion is dne of the greatest
-I have enjoyed better health since blessings ever bestowed upon a young
taking it than I had for several years
previous. When I see any one weak
and run down, especially with a cough,
I advise them to take Peruna."
Ask Your Druggist for a Free I'eruna
Almanac for 1911.
up. I was
alarmed at my (
"I had a bad
some time and
1 tried several j
c 1 n e s, but
grew worse all
the time. II
knew if I did j
not get rellel '
I would soon
So I decided to
go Into consumption.
try Peruna. I had confidence in it be-
fore I took it and I found It was just
the medicine I needed, for in a short
Jehoshaphat strengthened himself
against Israel because there had been
wars with Israel, there having been a
long rivalry between them, which was
| renewed in a border warfare during
——the last days of Asa. Baasha king of
CEASES I Israel bali not only altatke<1 Judah,
i but had fortified Ramah, a town only
One Thing That a Woman Has No a few miles north of Jerusalem. The
Right to Expect From warrlor Ahab waB on lhe lhrone of
Israel when Jehoshaphat began to
reign. He placed forces, "arsenals
for the supply of war material," as
well as soldiers, In all the fenced, for-
tified, cities, set garrisons, probably
food supplies with leaders to take
charge of obtaining and caring for
The Lord was with Jehoshaphat, be-
"I always believe," he gallantly
said, "in yielding to the ladies."
"I suppose you always give way to
your wife when you and she happen
to have an argument?"
"And you never fail to relinquish
your seat in the car when It happens 1 cause Jehoshaphat stood for the
that some woman would have to stand i thinf:s whlch God loved and wished to
do for the nation. The lxird cannot
in this sense be with those whose
unless you did so?"
"Do you take off your hat when you
get into an elevator where there are
"I never fail to do that."
"If you had secured the last lower
berth in a sleeper would you give it
up to a lady who would otherwise
have to occupy an upper?"
"Of course. I have done it fre-
"In ease you stood in line in front
of a ticket window, would you be
willing to go away back to the end
so that some woman might have your
"Say, what do you think I am—a
Margery was playing school with
her dolls. The class in physiology
"Now, children," she said, "what are
four hands for?"
"To keep clean," was the prompt
"Yes," repeated the little teacher,
"hands were given us so we could
keep them clean, and 'member, too,"
Bhe added, "we must keep our feet
clean, 'cause there might be an acci-
TEN MILLION PEOPLE
IN THE CANADIAN
WEST BY 1920
GUESS HER AGE
Mrs Jones, at 52, Rides Horseback
As Well As She Ever Could
Kenny, 111.—Mrs. Anna Jones, of
this place, says: "I used to be trou-
bled with a weakness peculiar to
women. For nearly a year, I could
not walk, without holding my Bides
with my hands. I tried several dif-
ferent doctors, supposed to be the
best, and was never even relieved. I
got worse, and I told my husband I
believed they were experimenting on j how the position of leading wheat
me ' market of the world passed from
"Finally our druggist advised Car- Milwaukee to Minneapolis and thence
... to Winnipeg. Canada's wheat-grow-
for my complaint. I was so thin, my ing ^ fQur Umpg great(jr than
weight was 113. Now I weigh 163, that of the United States, and only
and I am never sick. I ride horse- five per cent of Canada's western agri-
back as good as I ever could. 1 am i cultural area is under cultivation,
in fine health, at 52 years. Some
"Toronto Star," Dec. 16th, 1910.
The prediction is made that before
1920 Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Al-
berta and llritlsli Columbia will have
ten million people. It Is made not by
a sanguine Western Journal but by
that very sober business newspaper,
the New York Commercial. It is
based upon actual observation, upon
the wheat-growing capacity of the Ca-
nadian West, and upon the prospects
of development following the build-
ing of railways. The writer shows
think I am about 35. It was Cardui
built me up. If I ever need medicine
for womanly troubles, I shall use
Cardui, for it Is all you claim."
Thousands of ladies have written,
like Mrs. Jones, in the past fifty years,
to tell of the benefit received from
Cardui. Such testimony, from earnest
women, surely proves the great value
of this tonic medicine, for the diseases
peculiar to their sex.
Cardui is the medicine you need.
Try Cardui. (Your druggist has it.)
N. II.—Write to i Ladlea* Advisory
Dept., < linttniiooicu Mcdii'lnr Co., Chat-
laooo(a« Tcnn.i for Special Inntruction*
nnd HI-iiiik*' book, "Home Treatment
for Women," sent In plnlu wrapper, on
"I hate to see a little country buy-
ing its first battleship."
"Reminds me of a boy taking his
One of the worst things under the
sun is a shady reputation.
CHEATED FOR YEARS.
Prejudice Will Cheat Us Often If Wo
You will be astonished to find how
largely you are influenced in every
way by unreasoning prejudice. In
many cases you will also find that the
prejudice has swindled you, or rather,
made you swindle yourself. A case
"I have been a constant user of
Grape-Nuts for nearly three years," And the groves, more correctly as in
says a correspondent, "and I am hap- R. V. Asherim. wooden poles or posts
py to say that I am well pleased with representing the female goddess Ash
the result of the experiment, for such teroth.
whole life and conduct are opposed to
all God wantB to accomplish. This
was shown by the fact known to all
that he walked in the first ways of
his father David. The Greek transla
tlon omits "David." The reference
then might be to the beautiful life
David lived before his fall and re-
storation, but probably to his father
Asa, who began his reign by devotion
to Jehovah, and sought not unto Baa-
lim, the false and impure idols of the
His heart was lifted up in the ways
of the Lord; lifted up above worldly
considerations and fears, filled with
high motives and enthusiasms, in the
cause of God, as in the case of the
apostles who when filled with the
Spirit joyfully went on in their hard
task against all the powers of Jew-
ish Sanhedrims and Roman emperors.
He was lifted up Into union with
Jehoshaphat, like all other men was
not perfect. All God's work through
men is done with imperfect instru-
ments. but the nearer perfection they
are, the better work God can do
through them. The great mistake of
Jehoshaphat's life was not his being
a friend to Ahab. and seeking to live
at peace with him, but his making so
close an alliance as to injure both
kingdoms. He joined Ahab in an un-
necessary war; and he married his
son to the heathen daughter of Ahab
and Jezebel. It was doubtless done
with the good motive of uniting the
divided nation Into one kingdom
again. It was a beautiful vision and
glorious hope. "The church and the
i world were delightfully at one." But
It was an almost fatal alliance, for It
led to religious and moral declension,
and to the almost total extinction of
J the royal family.
.Tehosphaphat took away the high
places. Altars and places of worship
on wooded hilltops, where there were
also Idols for worship These places
were near towns, and convenient for
the gatherings of the people for pleas-
ure. and social worship, which was
often of the most licentious character.
Different Now, of Course.
"Civil service reform has given us
a splendid army of civil servants. It
wasn't always so."
The speaker, Mayor Whitlock of To-
"When I was writing my first short
stories," he resumed, "we had civil
servants of a different stamp. An
elderly resident of my native Urbana
sought out. back in those days, his
" 'Congressman,' he said, 'I support-
ed you at the pollB, and now I expect
you to get my boy a good civil serv-
" All right, friend,,' the congress-
man answered, 'what can your boy
" 'Do?' snorted the other. 'What
can he do? By crinus, man, If he agriculture
lands which will make these Western
j Provinces richer, more populous, more
dependable for food supplies than the
Western States can ever become The
center of food supremacy will chango
! to Canada, and 25 years more will
j give this country 40,000,000 popula-
I tlon west of Ontario.
[ Ail these estimates of population
| are In the nature of guesses, and must
not he read too literally. But the
enormous area of wheat growing lanii,
the rapid construction of railways,
| and the large volume of immigration
j are facts which must be recognized,
j Tbey point to the production of an
ever increasing Surplus of w heat and
other cereals. However rapidly the
urban, the Industrial and commercial
population of Canada may Increase,
the increase of home consumption is
hardly likely to keep pace with that
of the production of wheat; for a sin-
gle acre of wheat will provide for the
average annual consumption of four
While production in Canada Is thus
running ahead of consumption at a
prodigious rate, consumption in the
United States is overtaking produc-
tion, and the surplus for export is
growing smaller year by year. It Is
true that the limit of actual power to
produce wheat is as yet far away.
By methods of intensive cultivation,
such as prevail In France, the produc-
tion could be greatly increased. But
with the overflowing granary of Can-
ada so close at hand, it seems likely
that our neighbors will begin to im-
port from us, turning their own en-
ergies more largely to other forms of
could do anything, do you think I'd be
A Sample Quip.
"Thomas W. I.awson's Thanksgiv-
ing proclamation was a very good
piece of oratorical writing," said a
Boston banker. "Lawson is always
full of quips.
"Not long ago I attended the fu-
neral of a millionaire financier—one
of those real 'high financiers' whose
low methods Lawson loves to turn the
"I arrived at the funeral a little
late. I took a seat beside Lawsoc
" 'How far has the service gone?'
"Lawson, nodding towards the cler-
gyman in the pulpit, whispered hack:
" 'Just opened for the defense.' "
Young at the Business.
General Howard was an Invited
guest at a dinner given by a boys'
patriotic club. "You eat very well,
j my boy," said the general to a doughty
j young irencherman. "If you love your
j flag as well as your dinner you'll
I make a good patriot."
| "Yes, sir," said the boy; "but I've
I been practicing eating twelve years,
and I ain't owned a gun but six
TO DRIVE Ol'T MAI.AKIA
AMI lil II I) I I* Till" SYSTFM
Take tho OH Standard t.KuVKS TA>TKl.K>S
CHILL TONIC. You know what you an- taking.
The formula is plainly printed on every bottle,
and tho Iron buildH up the
dealers for bU years. Price 60 i
Army of Telegraphers.
The telegraph companies of this
j country employ about 30,000 persons,
i This does not include the railroad
BEAUTIFUL POST CARDS FREE.
Send 2o stamp for five samples of our
very best (Jold Kmbossed, Good Luck,
Flower and Motto I'ost Cards; beautiful
colors and loveliest designs. Art Post Curd
Club, 731 Jackson St., Topeka, Kan.
it has been.
"Seeing your advertisement in al-
most all of the periodicals, for a long
time I looked upon it as a hoax. But
after years of suffering with gaseous
and bitter eructations from my stom-
It must be remembered that there
were two ways of using these high
places, one for heathen worship with
Its impure rites, the other for the wor-
ship of Jehovah. But the use of
these heathen places with their evil
ach, together with more or less loss j associations, for the worship of the
of appetite and flesh, I concluded to true God. tended to debase that wor-
try Grape-Nuts food for a little time ship, and corrupt It with heathen
and note the result. rites and immorality.
"I found it delicious, and it was not , Jehoshaphat dwelt at Jerusalem,
long till I began to experience the 8n(5 he went out again through the
beneficial effects. My stomach re- j peopie from Beersheba, in the south-
sumed its normal state, the eructa- part 0f his kingdom 40 miles
Since the Price of Eggs Rose.
Hewitt—How did he make his for-
Jewitt—He kept a hen.—Woman's
For over fifty years Rheumatism, Neu-
ralgia, and other painful ailments have
been cured by Haiulins Wizard Oil. it is
a good honest remedy and you will not
regret having a bottle ready for use.
It is no use holding up the divine
throne if you're treading on the chil-
dren's toes to do it.
RED CROSS HALL Rl.tE
Should be in even,' home. Ask your grocer
for it. Large 2 oz. package only 5 cents.
tions and bitterness ceased and I have
gained all my lost weight back.
"I am so well satisfied with the
result that so long as I may live and
retain my reason Grape-Nuts shall
south of Jerusalem in the less popu-
lated districts, to mount Ephriam,
within the boundaries of the northern
kingdom; and brought them back In-
t<f the Lord God of their fathers He
Love's little deeds loom largest on
the recording angel's books.
It must be remembered that while
the Northern States resemble Canada
in climate and products, the resem-
blance diminishes as you go south-
ward. The wheat belt gives place to
a corn belt, and this again to semi-
tropical regions producing cotton, to-
bacco, cane-sugar, oranges and other
The man who secures a farm in
Western Canada at the present time
secures an investment better than the
best of bond of any government or
bank. It is no unusual thing for a
farmer in Western Canada to realize
a profit of from $5 to $10 per acre.
There are thousands of free home-
steads of 1C0 acres each still to be
had, and particulars can be obtained
by writing your nearest Canadian gov-
A Friendly Tip.
"Now that provisions are lower,
Mrs. Hasher," said the fussy boarder,
"don't you think you ought to reduce
"No, indeed," replied the landlady.
"I find It hard to pay my debts as It
"But," suggested the fussy boarder,
"if you paid in advance as you make
others do, you would have no debts."
How the Fight Began.
Violette—I wish you would tell me
how to get this pitch off iny dress. I
have tried everything I can think of.
Reginald—You might try a song.
You always get oft the pitch when
)h b cvv*
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a I Atfei
Communings by the Wayside.
Adam Zawfox—Jevver git through
a winter 'thout workin'?
Job Sturkey—Yeh; I spent one win-
ter in a workhouse.
When the suffragettes get in power
the office may really seek the man,
simply because it is trying to dodge
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Calculated piety is the poorest kind
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Land purchased 3
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Many think they are fighting sin
when they are having a good time
Mrs. Wlnslow'B HfMitblng" Syrup.
For children teething, softens the gunih, redticesln-
tluuimuUou.allays pain cures wind colic. &>eu i<oUio.
Many who think they mean right
are right mean.
Every Man Should Fence His Yard
his garden, orchard or stock. It insures a certain degree of
privacy and keeps out undesirables. The best fence to use
for this purpose and the must economical is the famous
Hodge Fence, a combination of wood and wire. Insist oc
your lumber dealer showing it to you or write
THE HODGE FENCE & LUMBER CO., Ltd.
Lak* Charles, La.
constitute quite a portion of my daily : ma(je as thorough work as he couid,
food." | for not only did the people need this
Read "The Road to Wellville," In ! pi^,. and religious reform, but their
rkgs. "There's a Reason." reformation helped his own people to
Ever rend the nhove letter? A new ^ true to the God of their fathers.
one npneiirN from time to time. They . , nthora U flip Kal.
ore greuulne, «"«. 'u ol bo™" ' Missionary work for others is tne sal-
UittciMi. ; ,ation and progress of tie churctt.
Because of those ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Use "LA CREOLE" HAIR DRESSING. PRICE, SI.OO, retail.
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