The Cushing Independent (Cushing, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 6, 1917 Page: 3 of 8
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THE CUSHING INDEPENDENT
Defeat Backache and Kidney
Trouble With Anuric
Many people tai thla section have (utter-
ed from rheumatlam and kidney trouble
and have found that Aaurto wai the ooit
successful remedy to overcome theee
painful and dangerous ailment*.
The lucky people are thoae who have
suffered, but who are now well because
they heeded nature'* warning signal In
time to correct their trouble with that
wonderful new dlacovery of Dr. Pierce'!
called "An-u-rlc" (double strength). Tou
should promptly heed these warnings,
some of which are dlsiy spells, backache,
Irregularity of the urine or the painful
twinges of rheumatism, sciatica or lum-
bago. To delay may make possible the
dangerous forms of kidney disease, such
as stone In the bladder. If you want
quick relief buy Anuric now (60c a pack-
age)—or send Dr. Pierce 10c for trial pkg.
This will prove that "Anuric" eliminates
nrlo aold as hot water melts sugar.
OKLAHOMA WOMEN v
Okmulgee, Okla.—"I had no strength
•t all, sometimes I couldn't dress my-
self and at times I would have smother-
ing spells. My face would be hot and
my feet and hands cold, and my heart
would beat fast and hard. We had
two of the best doctors we could get;
they said It was shattered nerves.
They said they couldn't do me any
good, though every time I would have
one of those nervous spells I wanted
a doctor; It seemed to me that they
could help me If they would, but they
said they couldn't, so one day I de-
cided to write to Dr, Pierce for ad-
vice. He wrote back stating that If I
would follow, his advice he didn't see
why I couldn't be restored to health In
a short time. I commenced using the
'Golden Medical Discovery' and the
•Favorite Prescription;' took about 25
bottles In all. I am well now and can
do my housework with only the help
of mv little nine-year-old girl."—MRS.
MINNIE BOSS, Box 617.—Adv.
The Germans consumed per head
nore fat than any other European na-
Whenever Ton Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen-
era) Tonic because it contains the well
known tonic properties of QUININE and
IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out
Malaria. Enriches the Blood and Builds
ap the Whole System. 60 cents.
T. L. Burnett of Louisville, Ky.,
eighty-eight. Is the last survivor of the
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is
senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney
A Co., doing business in the City of To-
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and that
said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN-
DRED DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the uae of
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
injr presence, thla 6th day of December,
(Seal) A. W. Oleason. Notary Public.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is tak-
en Internally and acta through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of tne System.
Druggists, 75c. Testimonials free,
F. J. Cheney a Co., Toledo, Ohio. .A
Enfield (Conn) Shaker colony Is now
entirely extinct. Founded 141 years
Spartan Women buffered Untold 1 ortures
but who wants to be a Spartan? Take
"Femenina" for all female disorders.
Price 50c and $1.00.—Adv.
John D. Archbold, who recently died
In New Jersey, left an estate valued at
Adruco Barbed Wire
"What did she do when he ques-
tioned her sharply?"
"She refused flatly to answer."
Cost Per . |
It Saves 9*/£c.
you I1 1 9*e when you buy
In 24 hours—(rip
in 3 dsya—Money
back if it fails.
24 Tablata for 25c.
At any Drue Store
10c a Roll
Kodak*. Films, and alt Kodak Supplies sent.any-
where, prepaid. Bend us jonr ne*C roll and let oa
convince you we aro doing better Kodak Unlading.
Send for catalog.
Westfall Drug Co., Kodak Dept.
>06 W. Main Eastman Agents Oklahoma Clt|
To BKATRIOB CREAMERY OO.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Rmbullt, ftmpmlrmd mud ffa-sAargerf
New Batteries in atock for any make of oar.
Anything electrical on AUTOMOBILE er TAIN
MOITIM PLANTS INSTALL!) n* IEPAIBM.
Pruafy Storage Battery Co.
427 W. Mala St. Okla hena City, Okla.
Ship Your Cattle, *
Hogs and Sheep to
Cassldy Southwestern Commission Co.,
Capital, Surplus and Profits, 9700,000.00
Oklahoma City— FtWarth—KansaaClly—StLeula
N. S. SHERMAN MACHINE
AND IRON WORKS
Engineers, Founders and Machinists
Grate Bars and Smokestacks
M la M Eaet Mala Street Oklaboaa Citr. Okla.
SCHOOL aad CHURCH
Rend for catalog and prieea.
jasnb sipes co.. oklahoma cut
raiey Cut Flowers and Plants
Floral Deaigns by mail or
expreaa. Quick aervice.
FURROW & CO.
aHmtt The Florlata
-TT US W. Mala SL. OUa. City, Okla.
W. N. U., Oklahoma City, No. 49-1917.
Roumanian oil wells have been de-
THIS IS THE AOE OF YOUTH.
You will look ten years younger if yoa
darken your ngly, grizzly, gray haira by
using "La Creole" Hair Drewing.—Adv.
Things you try to keep dark will
come to light sooner or later.
l4t« refund mono/ If It falls to cur*. H- W.
ITS signature Is on each box. 80c.
New South Wales cuts unripe wheat
Dr. Pierce's Pellets are best for liver,
bowels and stomnch. One little Pellet
for a laxative, three for a cathartic. Ad.
A man doing sedentary work re-
quires three ounces of fat dally In
GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER
Has been used for all ailments that
are caused by a disordered stomach
and Inactive liver, sucA as sick head-
ache, constipation, sour stomach,
nervous Indigestion, fermentation of
food, palpitation of the heart caused by
gases In the stomach. August Flower
Is a gentle laxative, regulates digestion
both in stomach and intestines, cleans
and sweetens the stomach and alimen-
tary canal, stimulates the liver to se-
crete the bile and impurities from the
blood. Sold In all civilized countries.
80 and 90 cent bottles.—Adv.
"So you get a dollar a year for work-
ing for the nation."
' To be financially exact," replied Mr.
Dustin Stax, "I don't get a whole dol-
lar. I have to pay a little bit back as
Where Ignorance Was Bliss.
"Edith, I'm ashamed of you. I saw
that young Frenchman kissing you re-
peatedly. Why didn't you tell him to
"How could I, mamma? You know,
I can't speak French."
The Limit Reached.
"I don't see why women use such
diminutive envelopes for their corre-
"Guess they wont make 'em any
smaller, at that."
"Got to have room to carry a post-
"I need some advice mighty bad,
Lafe," ohfUFCiitedly enid Mr. Gap John-
son of Rumpus Rl«l«e, addressing a
lifelong acqimiiitnnce. "Of course, you
know what iliey do when bees
"Eh-yah I" was the reply. "They
hammer on tin wash b'ilors, fling cold
water on 'em, and nil thai."
"Yes, but what in Sam Hill Is a fel-
ler to do when his klnfoll; swarmV I've
just got a letter saying they've swarm-
ed and are coming thls-a-way."—Kan-
sas City Star.
fits the spirit of
the times per-
fectly. It is
/ ready for \
V instant uee/
and is a pleasing*
free drink good
for both youirg
"There's a Reason"
(By E. O. SELLERS, Acting Director of
the Bwnday School Course of the Moody
Bible Institute, Chicago.)
(Copyright, HIT. Waatern Newapaptr Union.)
LESSON FOR DECEMBER 9
EZRA AND NEHEMIAH TEACH
LESSON TEXT—Nehemlah 8:1. 4. «, «,
1-12. Read entire chapter.
GOLDEN TEXT—Thy word la a lam>
unto my feet, and a light unto my path^-
The first day of the seventh month
(8:2) was about October 444 B. C.
Seven days feast (vv. 15-18) was the
feast of the Tabernacles beginning
the 15th of the seventh month (Octo-
ber) and continuing for seven or
eight days (Lev. 23). Nehemlah was
the governor; Ezra the scribe, chief
priest; and Artaxerxes, king of Per-
sia, ruler over Palestine. It would be
Interesting to look up the sudden in-
terjection of Ezra's name Into thla
discourse; also the special reasons for
teaching the Bible. There is In this
chapter a record of a full week and
of the daily events of that week.
I. The Preparation. Go back to
verse 70 of the preceding chapter, and
you will find that the temple had Just
been receiving some large gifts. The
task of finishing the wall was also
completed, all of which gives point to
verse one, where it says that the peo-
ple gathered themselves together as
one man. This was an ancient open-
air meeting, one we do well to study.
The people requested Ezra to "bring
the book." It needed no catch-penny
operations to draw the crowd togeth-
er. The writer of Nehemlah calls the
book "the law which the Lord hath
commanded unto Moses." (See v. 1
cf. v. 14.) This, of course, would In-
clude Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuter-
onomy, an Indication as to the Mosaic
authorship of the Pentateuch, which is
in line with the statement that Jesus
Christ made that It was God who had
written It as he had commanded
Moses. It was not a mob; there was
organization and equipment. (See ▼.
8 and 4.) The Bible was also read so
that the people could understand It
(v. 2); certainly something that is In
demand In our present day. Ezra
opened the book In the sight of all the
people, for he stood on an elevation
above them (v. 5) and rend "dis-
II. The Reading of the Word. They
read the book, not from some com-
mentary or quarterly, though these
have value In their place. The read-
ing began with reverence. Reverence
for but not a worship of the book.
The Bible is not a fetish or a charm
against sickness or accident. The
verse "caused the people to under-
stand the law," (v. 7) probably means
that Is was translated Into the ver-
nacular, the language of tin; common
people. While God's word is a plain
book and easy to read, nevertheless
men of spiritual understanding are
needed to "rightly divide" It unto the
people (v. 7). However, the great In-
terpreter of the Bible (riven bv tiie ra-
ther is the Holy Spirit himself (John
10:12-15: I John 2:20-27). IThis
method of beginning the study of the
word and Its continuance as presented
In these verses Is a good suggestion
for modern Sunday school workers.
III. The Hearing cf the Word. (vv.
0-17). As Ezra and Nehemlah and
their associates and Levltes taught
the people, there was a five-fold result-
l'lrst: There was conviction and
mourning. The word of God always
convicts of sin, but the people were
told not to mourn over the past, nor
were they to weep, for all the people
wept (v. 9). When men hear the
words of the law there will be con-
viction of sin. (See Eph. 6:7; Heb.
4:12.) Weeping may sot, however, be
conviction (2 Cor. 7*10). Weeping
weakens, but that was not designed,
rather the exhilaration of Joy. More-
over, they were to seek the refresh-
ment of food and drink. Indeed, the
Joy of the Lord was to be their
strength (v. 10). "And there was very
great gladness" (v. 17). In verse 11
we are told that the Levltes exhorted
the people to hold their peace, that
the day was holy and that they should
be grieved. To this the people re-
sponded (v. 12), and made great mirth,
because they had understood the dec-
laration of the word of the Lord. No-
tice that Joy and gladness came after
obedience, also that Nehemlah, the
governor, had a part in the teachtng.
It Is a great thing for any people when
their civil rulers are genuine, intelli-
gent, and spiritual leaders. The peo-
ple were Instructed to show their grati-
tude as well as their piety by remem-
bering "those for whom nothing had
been prepared" (v. 10). The fourth
result was peace (v. 11)—the peace
of right relation with God (Rom. 5:
1; Phil. 4:7).
Fifth Reeult: Service.
Mourning can very easily be con-
tinued too long, and, therefore, it was
necessary to employ the emotion of
mirth and the exercise of work that
the people might enter Into this peace.
The fifth result, therefore, was serv-
ice (v. 12). Notice that their thanks-
giving portions and their service were
based upon an Intelligent knowledge
of God's word. If there is anything
that present-day social service needs,
It Is the lllumlnntlon \vhich comes
from a knowledge of God's word. Last
of all, worship (vv. 13-18). Worship
is n compound of "worth" and "ship."
Man and Lion Die In Battle.
Lion and man, lying alongside one
another both terribly mauled and both
quite dead, told a silent story of a
titanic struggle "somewhere in Afri-
ca." The deceased was Trooper Nor-
man Sinclair, a native of Prestonkirk.
and while on military duty his body
was found lying beRlde the king of
beasts which he had killed. A remark-
able tribute to his memory has been,
paid through the devotion of nutlve
troops. There has now been placed
on his remote grave an Iron rcoss,
which weighed two hundredweight,
bearing his name, the date of his death
and the words, "Died for King and
Empire." For the last 300 miles the
cross was borne by carriers over* a
practically unknown country.
KIDNEY TROUBLE NOT
Applicant* for Insurance Often
An examining phyaician for one of the
Srominent life insurance companies, in an
iterview of the aubject, made the aa-
toniahing statement that one reason why
ao many applicants for insurance are re-
jected is because kidney trouble is so com-
bm to the American people, and the large
majority of thoae whose applications are
declined do not even suspect that they
have the diaeaae.
Judging from reports from druggists
who are constantly in direct touch with
the public, there ia one preparation that
has been very aucceasful in overcoming
these conditions. The mild and healing
influence of Dr. Kilmer'a Swamp-Root ia
aoon realized. It standa the highest for
its remarkable record of success.
We find that Swamp-Root is strictly
an herbal compound and we would ad-
rise our readera who feel in need of such a
remedy to give it a trial. It ia on sale
at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes,
medium and large.
However, if you wish first to teat this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper.—Adv.
Holland prohibits exports of bulbs
except by license.
Always Have PERUNA
Mrs. L. A. Patterson, 11 Kentucky
81, Memphis, Tennessee, writes:
"1 have been a friend o* Peruna
for many year*. I have used It off
and oa for catarrhal complaints and
found it a very excellent remedy.
I have a email family of children.
Times are hard with us, but I can
scarcely afford to do without Peru-
na, especially during the season of
the year when coughs and cold*
are prevalent. We always recom-
mend Peruna to our neighbors, for
the benefit it baa been to us."
It to Our Neighbors.
Those who object to liquid medl*
elnss ean procure Peruna Tablets.
Profit From Wheat
can be found in cases of Colds, Coughs,
La Grippe and Headaches by using
Laxative Qulnldlne Tablets. Does not
affect the head or stomach. Buy your
winter's supply now. Price 25c.—Adv.
Australia is buying California lum-
The war's devastation of
European crops has caused
an unusual demand for grain
from the American Conti-
nent. The people of the world must
be fed and Wheat near |2 a bushel
offers great profits to the farmer.
Canaaa'e invitation is therefore
especially attractive. She wanta
settlers to make money and happy,
prosperous homes for themselves by
helping her lake immense wheat crop*.
can get a Heaeatead ef ISO acres FREE
other land* at remarkably low prices. During maar
E Canadian wheat fields have averaged M hnehela to
era maar yields as high as 45 bushels to the sets,
lerful crops slao of Oats. Barter and Pin.
Kid required for beef or dairy purpoeee. Good schools.
tnieat, climate excellent.
ind tor farm labor to replace the
ire volunteered for tbe war. Tbe
imm to pot extra acreage lata
ire and parttealars as to tedneeS
Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or
There la an extra demand (or fans labor to replace tbe
'bo hare volunteered for tbe war. Tbe
_ --log farmers to —
f .'rite torjXteratni * —
O. A. COOK
2012 Mala St., Kaaaaa Clfy, Me.
Canadian Government Ar* nt
HEAL ITCHING SKINS
With Cutleura Soap and Ointment—
They Heal When Others Fall.
Nothing better, quicker, safer, .sweet-
er for skin troubles of young and old
that Itch, burn, crust, scale, torture
or disfigure. Once used always used
because these super-creamy emollients
tend to prevent little skin troubles be-
coming serious, if used dally.
Free sample each by mall with Book.
Address postcard, Cutleura, Dept L,
Boston. Sold everywhere.—Adv.
Holland Is short of coal.
Important to Mothere
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, that famous old remedy
for Infants and children, and see that It
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Britain orders grain sold by weight.
and children, and see that It
Over 30Yeu rs.
Genuine beara algnaturn
iter's Little Liver Pills
. Make yon feel the Joy ef Ihrfac. 11 ia
to be happy er feel good wbea yoa are
Thla eld raaedy wU set yoa right ever light.
Bold for 47 years. F*or Malaria, ChliLs and Fever,
a Fine General Strengthening Tonic.
0Oeia4f LOO staBIng
In the Trenches.
"HI, B11M Here comes a gas wave I"
"Thank heavens I This toothache's
almost klllin' me."—Cartoon's Maga-
The Quinine That Decs Not Effect Head
Beeauae o( its tuaia and laxatlvn effect, Laxative
Bromo Quinine can be taken by anyone without
causing nervousness or ringing in the head. Thxre
la only one "Bromo Quinine." a W. UBOVM'S
signature ia on box. Kc.
"Birds of a feather flock together."
"That's so; a number of swallows
generally accompany a Jolly lark."
C. O. Danlelson of Hardin, Oofa*
cleared $60 an acre this year on IS
acres of oats; expenses deducted.
AVOID A DOCTOR'S BILL
on the first of the month by taktac
now a bottle of Mansfield Cough Bal-
sam for that hacking, hollow coofk.
Price 28c and 50c.—Adv.
A sure sign Is one that reads. "Mm
Wise men bump into a fool's gan
now and then.
Backache of Wome:
How this Woman Suffered
and Was Relieved.
Fort Fairfield, Maine.—"For many
months I Buffered from backache caused
by female troubles so I was unable to do
my house work. I took treatments for it
but received no help whatever. Then
Bome of my friends asked why I did not
try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
pound. I did so and my backache soon
disappeared and I felt like a different
woman, and now have a healthy little
baby girl and do all my house work. I
will always praise Lyciia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound to women who suf-
fer as I did."—Mrs. Alton D. Oakks,
Fort Fairfield, Maine.
The Best Remedy is
Thousands of women luwejprored this
"WSif don't yo*txy it?
LVMA E.PtWKHAM MEPICIMg^O. LVWM.MASS.
Australia is a heavy Importer of
The less a hat looks like one the bet-
ter a weman likes It.
that your heart's all right. Make
sure. Take "Itenovine"—a heart anc
nerve tonic. Price 50c and $1.00.—Adv
Screw Worm Killer
kills the worm
and heals the wound.—Adv.
United States has a peuny Bbortag* Japan's foreign trade Is Increasing.
are dangerous. Relief I* prompt from rieo'e
Remedy for Cootlis and Colds. BOec-tire and
aafa for young and eld. No opiates h
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