The Crowder City Guardian (Crowder, Oklahoma), Vol. 9, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, October 10, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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CROWDER CITY, OKLA.. GUARDIAN
WOMAN A ' iNTCPNAriONAL
GREAT SUFFERER SllNMSCliOOL
KEEP THEIR HEADS STEADY
Australian Statesman Asserts Women
Prevent Conditions of Political
TeDs How She Was Restored
To Health by Lydia EL
I fPv E O. SELLERS, Director of Evening
1 Apartment, The Moody Bible Institute,
LESSON FOR OCTOBER 12.
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and I got nothing
that helped me un-
til I began taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound. 1 was irreg-
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so bad that 1 had to
go to bed New I
have better health
than I have bad for
years and I cannot
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your medicine. "—Mrs. Jessie Scuaab,
413 Main St., Grayville, 111.
Case of Mrs. Tally.
Chicago, 111.—"1 take pleasure In
writing to thank you for what Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has
done for me. I suffered with such aw-
ful periodic pains, and had a displace-
ment. and received no benefit from the
doctors. 1 was advised to take Lydia
3L. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and
am now as well as ever."—Mrs. WlL-
1.1AM Tuli.Y, 2052 Ogdeo Avenue,
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that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta-
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to Lydia E.Pinkham M edicine Co.
(confidential) Lynn, Mass.,' it ad-
vice. Your letter will be opened,
■read and answered by a woman,
and held in strict confidence.
Foley Kidney Pills Relieve
promptly the suBering due to weak, in-
active kidneys and painful bladder action.
They offer a powerful help to nature
in building up the true excreting kid-
ney tissue, in restoring normal action
and in regulating bladder irregularities
| The prime minister of Australia,
«here tin women have suffrage on
I equal terms with men, was Interview-
j ed while on a visit to Uond#h on the
I results of woman suffrage in his eouu-
| try. He Is quoted as saying:
j Women's suffrage steadies politieal
fueling. In democratic countries tur-
| bulence is always u danger Well, In
a time of political excitement men
will let themselves loose. Women
_ won't. They don t want hysterics.
I.KRPON TRXT-Numbers, chapter ti Thev don't want earthquakes 1 hey
OOL.DEN TKXT "Love envleth not, are the domestic economists, and they
love vaunteth not Itself, Is not puffed up. haye 0H|cu|a(e thp ,,f (heir
\ households pretty closely every week
! This Is why economic questions are
1 more carefully studied now and why
you get steadier, more sober, more
wholesome opinion on all questions
JEALOUSY AND ENVY PUNISHED.
The world's largest electro-magnet
is in prospect for Paris scientists.
"Old man Jones has just gone up."
"What? Not in business?"
"No: in the elevator."
Cause and Effect.
"Eggs are rising."
"Strange, when the heng
"How on earth do you start to gain
a standing In society?"
"By first getting a footing."
"How many ounces are there In •
pound?" asked the teacher.
"Well," replied the boy who listens
attentively, "ma says it depends on
where you deal."
Their First Tiff.
"I'm sorry 1 ever married yon!"
shrieked the bride, on the occasion of
their first quarrel.
"Y.ou ought to be!" retorted the
groorn, really angry and bitter for the
first time. "You beat some nice girl
out of a good husband."
In order the events from Sinai to
Kadesh-Harnea were: (1) The march-
ing host, Nu. 10:11; (21 The fire of
the Lord at Taberah, 11:1; (3) The
lusting after Egyptian flesh-pots,
11:4; (4) The complaint of Moses,
11:10; (5) The selection of elders,
11:16; (6) The two Irregular prophets,
11:26; (7) the quails and the plague,
11:31, and (8) Sedition, chapter 12, |
which forms today's lesson.
I. The Accusation, vv. 1, 2. This
Is not the first nor the last time a ;
marriage has caused a family quarrel, i
Who this Ethiopian woman was we
are not told, though we are inclined
to believe that It wa9 Zlpporah (Ex. j
2:21), and not a second wife whom
Moses married recently. Of all peo-
ple we would least expect jealousy to
show Itself in this family circle, '
among these the chosen leaders of
Israel. Nothing so hinders the work \
of God, or gives more delight to the
devil, than just such a situation as !
this one. It brings confusion and de-
lay (v. 15). The occasion was not,
however, so much the wife of Moses
as it was envy of Moses (See Luke
22:24-26; I Cor. 1:11-15, and 3 John
9, 10). It may have been that Moses
was culpable, for no man is perfect
(Rom. 3:23), but Miriam and Aaron
were not his judges. We must re-
member in this connection last Sun-
day's lesson wherein we had present-
ed Buch a radical change in the form
of government. Miriam and Aaron
were desirous of having an equal
place with Moses and because he did
a thing they could not understand
they ciiticised him (Rom. 14.3, 4;
II. The Arrest, vv. 4, 5. "The Lord
heard it" (v. 2. 1 c.) God hears what
we say in criticism of tbos" whom he
has set over us. Instead of being
jealouB of the preference accorded to
others we ought to rejoice (Phil. 2:3).
Though we are free to admit such a
course often proves the measure of
his grace in our hearts. God did not
let this matter stand nor run the
course of Idle gossip, lie at once,
and in person, came down to cham-
pion the cause of Moses (v. 6, see
also 16:20, 21).
He Saw Jehovah.
. J I. The Arraignment, vv. 6-8. Je-
hovah pointed out very clearly not
only the difference between them and
Moses, but also between Moses and
all other prophets. They were proph-
ets, bo was Moses, and more. To the
prophets God revealed himself in
visions (see Ezek. 1:1, Isa. 6:1, Dan.
8:2, Luke 1:11), and many other simi-
lar Instances, but with Moses God
Bpake "mouth to mouth even mani-
festly," that is, others heard God'p
voice speaking audibly to Moses (Ex
I connected with the home."
Possibly no stronger conclusion can
be deduced from the eleven years' ex- ;
perlence of woman suffrage In Aus- I
i tralia thau the fact lliat its national j
parliament, by unanimous vote, adopt- j
| ed a resolution declaring its entire j
j success and calling upon the parlia-
ment of Great Prltain to enfianchlse-
: women.—New York Evening Post.
IF HAIR IS TURNING
GRAY, USE SAGE TEA
Don't Look Old! Try Grandmother's
Recipe to Darken and Beautify Gray,
Faded, Lifeless Hair.
Grandmother kept her hair beauli- j
fully darkened, glossy and abundant
with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur.
! Whenever her hair fell out or took on
' that dull, faded or streaked appear-
ance, this simple mixture was npplied '
with wonderful effect. Ry asking at
any drug store for "Wveth's Sage and
Sulphur Hair Remedy," you will get n
large bottle of this old-time recipe, i
ready to use, for about 50 cents. This
simple mixture can be depended upon
to restore natural color and beauty
to the hair and is tplendid for dan
druff, dry, itchy ecalp and falling hair.
A well-known druggist says every-
body uses Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur,
because it darkens so naturally and
evenly that nobody can tell it has been
applied it's so easy to use, loo. You
simply dampen a comb or soft brush
and draw it through your hair, taking
one strand at a time. By morning
the gray hair disappears; after an-
other application or two, it is re-
stored to Its natural color and looks
glossy, soft and abundant.—Adv.
Carbines for Cavalry.
A proposition to convert the npw
Springfield rifle into a carbine for the
I use of the courted service is being
' considered by the ordnance officers of
the army. The plan is to shorten the
barrel of the rifle four Inches, and by
I so doing to reduce its weight by two
pounds, thus making it much easier
! to handle by the mounted troops. The
sights also are to be adjusted to meet
the shortening of the barrel.
The decrease In the muzzle veloc- |
IIy, it is claimed, will not be so great i
as to interfere with its effectiveness
i up lo a range of 1.500 yards. The
ordnance department had been asked
to make a n port en the proposition,
and the c.valry board will take it up
and include it in its report on the re-
organization of the cavalry and on the
(LsW. 5QDA )
Get the big package, the money-saving
package, the clean package of Sunshine
L-W Sodas. Triple-sealed to keep them
fresh, crisp and flaky. Big enough for
the whole family. Delicious, nourishing
economical—everybody likes them
At yov: grocer's—the big package
costs a quarter
linkers of Sunshine
A |>it<i*ratlon of merit
Jlt>l|M to «*ra<lh-MU dandruff,
For Raatoring Color tnd
Beauty lo Gray or Peded Hi
What Upset Her.
Mistress—What's the matter, Nel
lie? Have you taken something that
doesn't agree with you
New Maid- Yes, mum; this Job
New Yorker Confident of Ability
Graft Limbs of Dead on
Bodies of Living.
I>r. A. L. Sorest, a New York snr-
geon, who astounded the world at the
recent medical congress In Ixmdon
by stating thai he would soon be able
to graft Ihe limbs of the dead upon
the bodies of the living, will resume
his experiments at bis New York
"So far I have only taken the limbs
of dogs and grafted them on other
dogs," said he "The work Is so new
that I have to make the instruments
to use, and that takes time and pa-
"The dogs on which 1 have experi-
mented are today Just as sound as
though they had been born \yllh the
limbs grafted on them. When work-
ing upon the'dogs I take one that has
Just died and immediately graft bis
limb to that of
with human subjects that question of
time is the most serious."
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The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally
Valuable as a General Tonic becausc it Acts on the Liver,
Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up
the Whole System. For Grown People and Children.
You know what yna re taking when you take (".rove's Taslrl™ cblK Tool*
as tho Irjiinula is printed on every laliel showing that il coutains tho well now*
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Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursinf
living animal. But i Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging
Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses thu liver to action aoj
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No family should lie without it. (.uaianteed by your Druggist. We mean it. 50a
All to the Good.
Over a cigarette and an Iced drink
at the Knickerbock club in New
York a certain clubman said to a
friend the other day:
"Well, where did you spend the
"Bad Naubeim," was the reply.
"Naughty Newport," he answered.
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"Toasties" are thin bits
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19:19 and 33:11). This voice was t diimpucC
clear and distinct, It did not demand HAIR CAME OUT IN BUNUHto
any interpretation. Verse 8 does not
imply that Moses had a full revela-
tion of the person of Jehovah, but he
did have a visible manifestation of
the similitude ("form" U. V.) of God
IV. Judgment, vv. 0, 10. The de-
parting cloud from of! the tabernacle
was a token of God's displeasure. Let
us not forget that future time when
It will be others who will depart
(Matt. 25:41). The lifted cloud re-
vealed to Aaron Miriam smitten with
leprosy, that most terrible of all dis-
eases, loathsome, contagious, incur-
able. Read the stories of Naaman
V. Intercession, vv. 11-16. Aaron
In his appeal to Moses acknowledges
his equal transgression with Miriam,
his foolishness and his sin, and in
turn Moses revealed his noble Christ-
like character. Christ prayed for his
enemies (Luke 23-34). Moses was
lullMl v*ry en*lhr. T ia •If* nrem/nd. Md n'l othsrste
lo nomatW-r liow "«* bvpt from having tha «!!
•►HI/ hPUIINU l.lgulu I'lHTlttPlK OtlKML <11*4 o*
Itoute No. 3, liox 20A, Broken Ar-
row, Okla—"My trouble began with
an itching of the scalp of my head.
My scalp at lirst became covered with
flakis of dandruff which caused me to
scratch and this caused a breaking
: out litre and there on Ihe scalp It
! became so Irritated until I could not
1 rest at night and my hair would come
I out iu bunches and became shurt and
j "Everything 1 used would cause It
1 to grow worse and it continued that
j way for about three cr four years
! While reading the paper I saw the
| advertisement of Cutlcuru Soap and
| Ointment and sent for a sample. It
! proved so good that I decided to get
some more. 1 used them as directed
| and in two weeks 1 saw a good ef-
, feet. Now my hair is longer and
j looks better than I have ever known
j it to be. I give all Ihe credit of ray
j cure of scalp trouble to the Cutleura
j Boap and Ointment.'' (Signed) Mrs
| not overcome of e li but overcame E„a stu.m(.i,| Nov 30,
evil with good iHom. 12.12). His Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
prayer was an effectual one (.Tames throughout the world SampU of ' a' h
6:16). Some have viewed this CP'~ I fref.with 32-p Kkin Book Address post-
sode In a typical light. Moses repre- i car(j "Cuticura, Dept L, Boston "—Adv.
sentlng ChrlBt Is rejected by his own
people; the Ethiopian bride as the Sadder Still.
church, chiefly Gentiles; Aaron and j Discussing a recent political scan
Miriam as Jews opposed to any such
union; the leprosy as divine judg-
ment upon the Jews who are inter-
ceded for by those whom they oppose;
the Christian church; Miriam shut
out of the camp, the period of Is-
rael's rejection after which period
she will be restored to her land and
her God In Christ Jesus.
This lesson Is a great teaching of
the Jealousy of Jehovah for those
i upon whom he confers honor. We
serve him by his appointment and
| he will defend us. We should think
highly of any service to which h«
callt us and say with Paul, "I magnify
mine office." God will not hold those
guiltless who call In question the
wisdom of his appointments or the
rights of his appointees who do bis
work. Miriam and Aaron broke the
tenth commandment by coveting au
thorlty. Let as beware of this form
of sin Such snvy Is not only a lack
of tors for man bat also of Qo4.
dal, in which an official was accu-'d
of dishonesty. Richard Harding Da-
vis, lunching with a number of theat-
rical stars at a fashionable roof gar
den in New York. said, wilh a sigh:
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Millions of men and women take a
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"What Is that man's profession?"
"Mow do you know?"
"It's apparently the only profession
a inan can carry on successfully while
he stands around doing nothing "
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how rnrrfully W. I. hoiulaN nlio*n are in.id**,
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"Ye«," aaid a comedian, but a sad-
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can't get it "
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Hunt's Lightning Oil given uch prompt
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The Necessaries. Elephant's Oddity.
"Have you finished your new house, | Gerald—The elephant Is a peculiar
"Well, 1 have the garage com- I Gereldlne—That's so; he hasn t any
i collection of hotel labels on his trunk
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