The Leger Plaindealer. (Leger, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 6, 1902 Page: 3 of 8
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Most poets have written ioo much;
this Is true even of the greatest—Ho-
mer and Dante and Shakespeare and
Goethe; it Is also true of Channiag,
but i> will not be difficult for time to
drop the perishable part of it, leaving
him much more than we are ever like-
ly to have of Sappho’s verse or that of
Alcaeus or Bacchylides, whose frag,
ments come down to us overladen with
the comments of hundreds of scholars.
He was aware of the defect In his
poetic expression, and that labor and
revision did not always aid his verses.
In a copy of one of his poems an-
nexed to the life of Thoreau, which he
published in 1873, and which may soon
be republished with his additions and
notes, he has written at the top of the
page: ‘‘One of the most labored pieces
I ever wrote. But it was not helped by
work.”—F. B. Sanborn in Springfield
As the result of over-exertion and
exposure to heat and cold, or from
whatever cause, may be treated suc-
cessfully by the timely application of
8t Jacob’s Oil. A thorough rubbing Is
necessary. The Oil should be applied
vigorously, for at least twenty min-
utes, two or three times daily, when all
pain, soreness, stiffness will be re-
moved In twenty-four hours. It will
also strengthen and harden the mus-
cles. Football players, gymnasts, and
all athletes will find St. Jacob’s Oil
superior to any other remedy for out-
ward application, for the reason that
its action is more rapid and its effect
permanent. Thousands of people all
over the world use and recommend St.
Jacob’s Oil for muscular soreness. A
twenty-five cent bottle is quite suffi-
cient to prove its efficacy. In cases
where muscular soreuees is compli-
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.
LESSON X. MARCH 9; ACTS 8:3-13;
THE DISCIPLES SCATTERED.
Bolden Text—“Therefore They That
Were Scattered Abroad Went Every-
where Preaching the Word"—Acts 8:4
—The Uu worthy Convert.
Signor Marconi may cogiatulate him-
lelf that it is not necessary to secure an
USE THE FAMOUS ---
Red Cross Ban Blue. Large 2-oz. packages
ienls. Ihe Ruse C ompany. South Bead. lad.
Doctors in Sweden never send bills to
! their patients. They cheerfully nc-
! sept whatever sums the patients choose
to give them.
WHEN TOUR GROCER SAT*
he does not have Defiance Starch von
may be sure he Is afraid to keep it unto
°*k2i0Z' packaK‘s are sold. De-
fiance Starch is not only better than
o«hetrnC?il "?jE®tar4 bu* contains 1«
SOVERiGR OF OREM
oz. to the
I. The Great Persecution and its Unin*
tended Results.—Vs. 1-4. The martyrdom
of Stephen was the beginning of the first
general persecution of Christians. The
severity of the persecution is seen in the
activity of Saul, who (3) "made havoc of
the church.” Stephen was not the only
one who suffered death (Acts 22:4; 28:10).
Paul “persecuted the church beyond
measure" (Gal. 1:13), and used every ef-
fort to make the Christians blaspheme
that Holy Name whereby they were
called (Acts 28:11). His fame as an in-
quisitor was notorious far and wide.
“Scattered abroad." They were as seed _____ _______„„ ^„,u
scattered in all directions by the farmer Btarch has no equal In Quantity or Qual-
sowlng his field broadcast. They went lt»—14 oz. for 10 cents. Other brand.
It will always be a question, probably
whether a dyspeptic sufferers more him-
ielf than he makes other people suffer.
THOSE WHO HAVE TRIED IT
will use no other. Defiance Cold Water
through Samaria, Galilee, and as far as
Phoenicia, Antioch and Cyprus. “Preach-
ing the word.” The persecution not only
sent them over the country, but opened
ths way, in each town or village where
they found shelter, for speaking about
Jesus and his gospel; for they must ex-
plain why they left Jerusalem, and were
now wanderers. Their persecution would I there,
excite the sympathy of many. Many
would be devout and earnest to know
the truth, and were waiting lor the larg-
First. Persecution, opposition, difficul-
ties, ridicule, arc a sifting process. They
keep away most hypocrites, and prevent
the careless and the ungodly from join-
contain only 12 oz.
How often when a young man starts
ant in a profession he is told that there
is ‘‘plenty of room at the top,” and gen-
erally by people who have never been
For a Long Lease on Life
eat ATLAS OATS. The purest and bezt
food. All good grocers, 10c.
in His Family
CAPITOL BUILDING, SALEM, OREGON.
A Letter From the Executive Office of Oregon.
There is a period of life when we go
ing the movement from unworthy mo- backward as we advance.—Rosscau.
tives, or from the current of popular
feeling. The wind that makes the real
fire burn brighter blows away the imita-
tion, and cools whatever is heated only
Second. Such things reveal us to our-
selves. Serving God when it costs to
serve him. and working for Jesus in spite
of opposition and temptation, prove to
ourselves that we love him, and aid us
to the assurance of faith and hope.
Third. Persecution is often one of the
means God uses for the spread of the
gospel. This Is not saying that persecu-
tion is ever right. It is always wrong.
. But if men will do wrong things, they
I shall be comptdled also to do good.
, ... , , . , > Fourth. It enlarged the church in its
cauea witu any disease which requires , quality, character, and power. It broad-
tin alterative, Vogeler’s Curative
Compound should be taken. This is
prepared by the proprietors of St. Ja-
cob’s Oil. Baltimore, Md., who will
send a sample free on application.
The Partridge Detested In Turkey.
In Turkey the partridge is detest,
cd because once it betrayed the pro-
phet to his enemies, and its legs are
red because they were dipped In the
blood of Hassan. If a man kills a
panther he is imprisoned for twenty-
four hours and then is handsomely
rewarded. The crane is respected and
‘t is a crime to kill it.
Pe-ru-na is known from the Atlantic to
the Pacific. Letters of congratulation and
’orumendation testifying to the merits of
Pe-ru-na as a catarrh remedy are pouring
in from every State in the Union. Dr.
Hartman is receiving hundred-, of letters
laily. All classes write these letters, from
ThU Will Interest Mothers. the highest to the lowest.
Mother Grav’s Sweet Powder, fn* The outdoor laborer, the indoor artisan,
Phiidrer, „co,i w ^ ,0f the clerk, the editor, the statesman, the
C ldien, used by Mother Gray, ft preacher—all agree that Pe-ru-na is the
nurse in Children 8 House, New York* jatarrh remedy of the age. The stage and
cure Feverishness, Teething Disorders;1 rostrum, recognizing catarrh as their great-
Stomach Troubles and destroy worms.
At all druggists’. 25c. Sample FREE.
Address Allen S. Olmsted. LeRoy, N. Y.
The money some meu owe doesn’t
trouble them so much as the money
they would like to owe.
MORE FLEXIBLE AND LASTING,
tw? 1 shake out or blow out; by using
Defiance starch you obtain better results
than possible with any other brand and
if On to, City of Toledo, ^
Frank J. Cheney makes’oath that ho Is the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney A Co
doing business in the City of Toledo County
and State aforesaid, and that said firm will nav
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that raunot be
cured by the use of Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my
presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1884
[Skal.1 a- "r- GLEASON,
* Not* ry Public.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and
sets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Send for testimonials, free.
e ^ F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, <X
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Hall’s Family Pills are the best.
For a trifle a woman will make a
, . ueueveu trial jcsus was me niessian. ne
monkey out. ot a man and then admire : knew all about the tricks of magic, and
entd the vision and widened ihe view.
Thus this persecution kept the church ______ wooi
from the danger of stagnation, and of one-third"more"tor
living for itself, seeking its own good. e lor BaIne money.
It brought in new work, new activities, _I___
II. The Unworthy Convert. Simon Ma-
gus.—Vs. 9-24. "A certain man, called
Simon.” Little is known of him. “Used
sorcery.” Simon doubtless exercised ihe
same arts as the modern fortune-teller,
with, perhaps, a knowledge of chemistry
and the powers of hypnotism, mesmer-
ism. and of our spiritual mediums, to-
gether with the si* ight-of-hand perform-
ances common here, and especially in In- 1
dia. “And bewitched” far beyond their
ordinary conditions; he confounded their
Judgment. “That himself was some great
one.” "According to Irenaeus I., 23, 1,
Simon claimed to combine In himself the
Three ’ Persons in the Trinity, alleging
that he appeared to the Jews as the Sun,
to the Samaritans as the Father, and
among the Gentiles as the Holy Ghost.”
—.Bible Com. “It may tie that he set him-
self up for the Messiah.”—Knowiing.
Contrast this man who preached himself,
with Philip who preached Christ.
“But wl’.en they believed Philip." When
they saw the true light, they turned
from the feeble worldly light that had
attracted them before. (1) Philip's teach-
ing met their needs, brought forgiveness
and salvation, hope ar.d Joy. (2) Philip's
works were not only more wonderful, but
more gracious, more loving, more divine;
and they were such that all possibility
of deception was removed. (3) Simon’s
produced wonder, but he did not bring
religion. He touched the mind, but left,
the heart as it was. (4) Simon was sel-
fish, seeking money and honor; Philip
sought nothing for himself, but only the
good of others.
“Then Simon himself believed also.” He
believed that Jesus was the Messiah. He
»8t enemy, are especially enthusiastic in
their praise and testimony.
Any man who wishes perfect health must
be entirely free from catarrh. Catarrh is
well-nigh universal; almost omnipresent.
Pe-ru-na is the only absolute safeguard
cnown. A cold is the beginning of catarrh.
To prevent colds, to cure colds, is td cheat
jatarrh out of its victims. Pe-ru-na not
snly cures catarrh, but prevents. Every
household should be supplied with this great
remedy for coughs, colds and so forth.
The "Governor of Oregon is an ardent
admirer of Pe-ru-na. He keeps it continu-
ally in the house. In a recent letter to Dr*
Hartman he says:
State of Oregon, j
Executive Department, J-
Salem, May 9,1898. J
The Pe-ru-na Medicine Co., Columbus, O.j
Dear Sire—I have had occasion to useyoui
Pe-ru-namedicine in my family for colds,ant)
it proved to be an excellent remedy. I havi
not had occasion to use it for other ailments,
Yours very truly, W. M. Lord.
It wiir be noticed that the Governor sayt
he has not had occasion to use Pe-ru-na foi
other ailments. The reason for this is, moej
other ailments begin with a cold. Using
Pe-ru-ua to promptly cure colds, be protect!
hisfamily against other ailments. This is ex.
actiy what every other family in the Unite*)
States should do. Keep Pe-ru-na in tbf
house. Use it for coughs, colds, la grippe
and other climatic affections of winter, and
there will be no other ailments in the house
Such families shonld provide themselvet
with ft copy of Dr. Hartman’s free book
entitled “Winter Catarrh.” Address Dr,
Hartman, Columbus, Ohio.
A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL.
him in his new state.
There is no trick in dyeing. You can
do it just as well as any one if you use
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES. Boiling
the goods for he' f an hoi«r is all there
is to it. Sold by druggist*, 10c. package.
By the use of a rroeess invented at
Bridgeport, Conn., wooden doors are
lieing electroplated with copper or
Piso's Cure is the best medicine vre ever used
for all affections of the throat and lungs.—Wm.
O. Exoslet, Vanburen, ln<J., Feb. 10, 1900.
If you rnako the Sunday too brittle
it is sure to be broken.
good^bestdes 4h°u*ehold- non* «®
Kvoa, DPS in es 4 oz. more for 10 cents than
any other brand of cold witer stiroh.
He that thinks he can afford to be
negligent is not far froin being jioor.
FROM ACROSS THE RIcT GRANDE __________ _______
Mr. G. A. Fisher of Ciudad Porflrio 1 special gifts of the spirit for greater fie
the character of magicians, and he knew
that miracles wrought in the name of
Jesus were real and divine. “Yet this
faith of his was only historical and in-
tellectual, without having as its result
a change of the inner life; hence, he was
soon afterwards capable of what is re-
lated in vs. 18, 19.”—Meyer. "He was
baptized." Thus making a public profes-
sion of his faith. Perhaps he was self-
deceived, and thought that he possessed
tile same faith as the others, and knew
all about religion. “And wondered."
Showing the kind of belief he had.
The Delegation from Jerusalem. "The
apostles . . . sent unto them Peter and
John.” Not as rulers, hut as a friendly I
delegation of leading apostles who could I
be trusted. "John once.” says Barnes,
"would have called down destroying lire
upon the Samaritans (Luke 9:54). Now
he glsdly seeks to bring upon them the
blessed baptism of fire from the Holy
Ghost.” The two apostles found that the
conversions were real, but that the con-
verts had received only a portion of the
blessings of the gospel. “There was more
“Trayed for them." The best spiritual
gifts come through prayer. "That they
j might receive the Holy Ghost." Not the j
ordinary influences of the Holy Spirit
who had already convicted them “of sin,
i of righteousness, and of judgment.” arid
j changed their hearts .o that they wero
“born anew of the spirit;” but the larger
Lion Heads. Lion Heads
* key are all the rage at present.
Lion Heads. Lion Heads,
Clipping them is task that’s pleasant.
Cut from LION COFFEE WRAPPERS,
I hey of woman’s heart are trappers,
Also tempt a host of papas.
1 hey arc being clipped incessant!
I.ion Heads, Lion Heads—
, . M’hat a value they are meaning!
Lion Heads. I.ion Heads
''omen have to them a leaning.
LION t OFFER is excelling
Every other kind now selling.
Millions are its praises telling—
Praises ever intervening!
Lion Heads, Lion Heads.
I seful presents representing.
I.ion Heads, Lion Heads,
Bring the best of man’s inventing.
< ,oods that are experimental,
1 seful, needful, ornamental.
1-or domestic tastes parental.
Earning them brings no repenting!
Lion Heads, Lion Heads,
Coupons always worth the saving,
I.ion Ilrads. Lion Heads
Bringing gifts for which you’re craving.
Lion Cotter has no glaring.
Lion ( offer folks are praising.
Banner of good health is raising—
Over all who use it, waving.
Diaz. Mexico, is employed in the on- 1 vetion. (or power in service as Jesus hal
Eineers’ office of the Mi , . e ! promised (Acts 1:S). and. in fuller degree
Kineers onice of the Mexican Interna- the “divine indwelling of th>- Spirit which
iionai Kallroad. On Sept. 7, 1901, he makes the Christian the temple of Gad
wrote: ‘‘I am recommending nr p»ih : 'Gal. C:2: Rom. 8:15).”—Knowiing.
well’s Svrun Ponsin tri „n 8 , • | “Then laid they their hands on thorn, ’
I... ™P ^ep/rn td a11 m>" friends to express that the gift .am,- from God
in tnia community aqd others that through his apostles, it wn< a cnimect-
wish an invaluable rempdv for nv«. 'n8 ,ink between the giver and the ro-
----- ---j ~---UJCUJ mr ujs t.,.;v,.r “And they received the Holy
Ghost,” probably with tin- outward m inl-
festations of Pentecost, and the inward
grace which they represented.
Note. How little of tlie best tilings can
he bought for money! The best things of
God are free to all men, us the
most beautiful forms and lines'
are the most common. The apostles
_ reproved the richest and most powerful
Mon give to the almi* seeker without man ,M the church. The church was
stronger without him than witli him. so
long as he whs not a real Christ!::n.
Even In the first church we have met
with three spurious disciples. Judas. An-
anias. Simon Magus, and jet enlj- three
out of many thousands. About the pro-
portion w<- notice in the modern church ;
of those who hate fallen into crime. “Try
to lie John, no matter who is Judas,”
says Dr. Maltby D. Babcock.
Just try a package of LION COFFEE and you will understand
the reason of its popularity.
WOOLSON 5PICE CO.. TOLEDO, OHIO.
pepsia and Constipation.”
Druggists sell this valuable laxative
and stomach remedy, jf yours does
not, send nis name t© Pepsin Syrup
Co., Monti cello, 111., and they will send
you a sample bottle and interesting
will buy a tivo-horse upright En-
gine and Boiler made by the Colts
Arms Co., in good condiion. Re-
quires little floor spare and is an
Sherman Machinery Co..
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA.
STOWKLT, A CO..
relief er ASthma.
•Snlil by all Druggist*
or by mall, een.'g.
DON’T GET WET!
regard to worthiness.
Ia Winter Use illw* root rasa.
• powder. Your feet feel uncomfortable,
nervous, and often cold and damp. If
you have Chilblains, aw eating, sore feet
or tight shoes, try Allen’s Foot-Ease.
Sold by all druggists and shoe stores.
J5c. Sample sent FREE. Address
Allen S. 01 lusted, I.c Roy, N. Y.
Somo men fail at everything else and
flam try marriage.
DO TOUR CLOTHES LOOK YELLOW?
.»-T?L*n Defiance Starch it wUl keep
white—1* oz. for 10 cents. _
To Care for Needy I'oor.
The City of Nantes has an inexpen.
sive method of supplying food to the
destitute, as well as providing them
with lodging for the night. For sev- ;
eral years the city has managed a sys-
tem of municipal kitchens, where per-
AflCMTC Are you ahostler :»ud reliable. If
nULIi I O ..... jieauil ant to make big money
write to uay for our «q»ecial terms ai.d pries* on
the best lxirtrait work yon can possibly handle.
We have the mos-t complete line of portraits,
frames ar.d picture goods ever offered (\ p
ANDEKSON, Established 1“ tl. Dallas. Texas.
«A&t m Slack ok rf llOw
» &UK PSOTECTIOR
IS WHAT YOU CAN SAVE
We make ail kinds of scales.
Also B B. Pumps
Des Moines. Iowa.
HICKKOKII. Washington, I). ('. they
will receive quick replies. H. 5th N. H.Vols
staff 2i»th Corps. Frosecuiiof Claims since 1878
( PUT UP IX CoLLAPsIBLB TCSBs )
A substitute for and superior to mustard or
any other plaster, ami wi;j unt blister the
most delicate skin. The pain allaying and
curative qualities of this article are womlt r-
fui- It will stop the toothache at once ’ and
relievo headache und sciatica. U> re’eom-
!:: cd it as the best ami infest external
louti.. . irritant known, also as an external
renr-dv for pains in the chest and stomach
uml all rheumatic, neuralgic and com v com-
plaints. A trial will prove what w» claim
for it. and it will he tumid to he invaluable
In the household Many people sav "it is the
best of ad of you preparations. '' I*rU-e 15
cents, at all druggists or 01 her dealers or by
sending this amount to us in postage stamps
we will send you a tub: by mail. No articlo
should b- accepted In the public t. ’ess aie
same carries our lub.’l.asotht rwise it is not
genuine. _ CHHSEBPOUUH .MF(I. CO . •
• 1. State Street, Nkw York city.
It is a good tiling to wear yonr snrk- sons without money may present tick-
. WT HEATHER!
3HOWIN6 FULL LINE OF GARMENTS AND MATS
A-J.TOWEB CO. BOSTON. MASS.™
HDADCV NEW DISCOVERY; *Trcs
a W U aj I quick relief and cure, wurat
<•*«•». Book of te«ttmenlal* and to nits-treatment
rzxz. UK. a. m. tati.vs *e\s. h.i x, niua. um.
doth and sprinkle yonr ashes on the icy
The woman is a thorn in the Hide of a
man—but a very agreeable sticker.
ets nnd procure a warm, cubstantiai
meal. The city oas also recently erec-
ted one of these buildings, having a
dormitory with beds (or the accommo-
dation of about fifty persona
Uklaliotua City, Okla.
We hare purchasers for
prosperous i-ountry new ■
paper* in Oklahoma ami
Indian Territories. List your plant with u* if
sli to **-U. Wksifua aozxcy. box WC.
1 SHOES THAT WEAR.
Ask Your Dealer For Them.
Brethren, will you help introduce my *tnck
of \\ atcliiw’ Send for 11 Lady's and Gon-
tleman's Watch, wear them a-, samples.
Send 30 .-cnls in stamp* to ray postage o*
watch**. J.W. Hi IBRRT’4. Pope, Tenn.
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