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HEAL IDEA. OF ECONOMY
Mains mow r-amiiy was En-
jdto Use One Fan Two or
ag the Japanese economy is
be a high virtue. Two old mi
Tokyo were one day discussing
and means of saving.
banage to make a fan last about
years, said one, "and this is
iTstem: l don't wastefully open
Uole fan and wave it carelessly.
only one section at a time.
is good for about a year. Then
;n the next, and so on until the
eventually used up."
Uty years for a good fan!" ex-
:ed the other. "What sinful ex-
bnce! In my family we use a
two or three generations, and
is how we do it: We open the
Je (an, but we don't wear it out
bring it. Oh, no! We hold it
tike this, under our nose, and
our face!" Everybody's.
e m looking for an apartment.
must be in a first class neigh-
iood," she said, "and it must have
rooms, three baths and all
mtapvements, and I won't pay
iwtherery place you're look-
VrejM the agent, "but if you
to find out how to get there
tore to consult a clergyman."
p Widow If you married again I
you would want a woman of
W Widower Yes, but just about
e Widower Yes. My first wife
strong-minded woman and my
pwas a weak-minded woman and
saboat as bad as t'other. Judge.
is a lone-headed eirl "
SJead of trusting to luck at" the
Mesne got engaged before com-
D- and makes her fiance come
f1 to see her once a week."
A Relininn AUU LJ 1-w.
tn, s1"" wTim iiini,
irtnat Is your father's roUtrm?"
I guess. It's the only thing
of ambition with the
P6,.10 rge ahead need
fing food to helpthem
hit., , .
kT?sd. It is made
fiarL 01e heat and malted
anrl ....J t j
Com,- ' """w o pouna,
fft far more "go" and
Ns. than ordinarv
It rf: .
U. ns all -the nutriment
'4hi,i incmaing tneir
iiV Potasn. etc., often
HHal 1 oramary ood, but
J?1 to thorough upbuild-
uram ana nerves.
tested j i Paraaiiy Pre
ied and agrees with all.
w's a Reason"
TEXT That he would grant you ac
cording to the riches of his glorr! io
strengthened with might by his spirit in
the inner man. Ephesians 3:16.
This is one of four petitions which
constitute Paul's prayer foi the Ephe-
sian Christians. It
teaches us for one
thing that God in
tends his people
to be people of
power. One speak
ing of this prayer
prayer is God's
purpe se." By this
he means that
, what Paul prays
we niay have and
may be, God in
tend s we shall
have and shall be.
ly this blessing of power. . That is,
every Christian may have this power
if he desires it and makes it possible
for God to give it to him. For God
never purposes for us to have any
thing, that he does not make it pos
sible for us to pbssess it. To do oth
erwise would be to tease and tantalize
ns, and God never does that. When he
exhorts us to "be strong in the Lord,
and in the power of his might," he
makes it possible for us, if we make it
possible for him, to be strengthened
with might by his spirit in the inner
The expression "inner man" un
doubtedly means the soul the inner
self as distinguished from the vis
ible material body which it animates.
Peter calls the inner man, "the hidden
man of the heart" (I Peter 3:4). And
Paul in another place speaks of it as
"the inward man," contrasting it with
"the outward man," which, he says,
perishes daily (II Cor. 4:16).
It is very evident from this that the
strength which may be ours is not
physical power, nor even mental pow
er which many strive to attain, but in
ner spiritual strength. It is strength
of Christian character and nobility of
The one possessing this inner
strength is fortified against tempta
tion. It was this strength that en
abled Joseph to maintain the integrity
of his character in the face of the
temptation of Potiphar's wife and
prompted him to reply to her evil
suggestion: "How then, can I do this
great wickedness and sin against
It. is the strength, which when pos
sessed, makes one mighty in holy
service. Paul without it, would never
have been the mighty apostle; and
without it Peter would have remained
the vacillating cowardly disciple.
-Without it there would have been no
Martin Luther, no John Knox, no
Charley Wesley, no William Carey,
no Charles Spurgeon, no Dwight L.
Moody. These men were what they
were and did what they did, because
they were strengthened with might by
his spirit in the inner man.
r Again, this petition teaches us that
God is the one who imparts this, inner
strength through his holy -spirit. The
petition is, "that he would grant us to
be strengthened with might by his
spirit." So while in another place we
are exhorted to "be strong in the Lord
and in the power of his( might," we
learn here that the strength by which
we are to be made strong comes from
God. He is the one who empowers
us. Yet, if we are to be strengthened
by God, we must place ourselves be
fore God in such a way that he can
give to us the strength of the Lord.
We of ourselves are Impotent, but
God has made every provision for im
potent people to be people of power.
He is able and waits only our willing
ness for him to impart unto us his
The laws that govern the imparting
to us of his strength are the laws that
govern the reception into our lives of
the holy spirit in power. It Is the
holy spirit who is spoken of in the
word as "the spirit of might." He it is
then, who must have his place of
power in us if we are to be strength
ened with might in the inner man.
The early church was commanded to
tarry in Jerusalem for the power nec
essary, for service, and on the day of
Pentecost while they tarried the
power came, when the holy spirit de
scended upon them. Ever since that
day "the spirit of might" has , been
in the earth ready to take his place
of power in every believer's life.
Ready and willing is he to empower
the people of God, but ready and will
ing only as . we recognize him
as the power we need to make
us strong, ready and willing if
we will surrender ourselves to
fio&, and by faith receive the holy
spirit to be in us what he desires to
be, "the spirit of might." Then there
wiir be fulfilled in our lives the
apostle's prayer which,, while primari
ly for the Ephesian Christians, is also
for us that we might be strengthened
with might in the inner man.
The greatest troths come not by
reason but by inspiration. Arthur S.
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It affords healthy, wholesome exercise
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To help you remember this delicious,
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Just as He Had Said.
"You remember selling me some
hair-restorer when I called the other
day to get shaved, you hoary-headed
old thief?" roared the indignant cus
tomer. "You sold it under false pre
tenses, sir. Youssaid it would restore
my head to its original condition."
"Well, didn't it work?" asked the
"Work? No. It's taken off what lit
tle 'hair I used to have, and I am as
bald as the pavement now."
"That's quite right, sir. No false
pretense about that. I said it would
restore your head to its original condi
tion, and you know, sir, most of us
are born bald."
Too Much for Them.
It was a minstrel performance, and
In the intervals between the songs the
usual jokes were being perpetrated.
"What am de difference between an
ol d maid and a married woman?"
"Why," explained Sambo, "de old
maid am lookin' for a husband ebery
day, an' de married woman am lookin'
for 'im ebery night!"
There was a pause, and several eld
erly gentlemen got up and stole softly
Into the night.
"The cook asked for a week off to
get married, so I gave it to her."
"I don't think I would have done
that. You can't spare her very well
"I know I can't, but it was the only
way I saw to ever get even with her."
To Drive Out Malana
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed 'on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
builds up the system. 50 cents. Adv.
The Haughty Help. ,
"Do you miss the summer board
ers?" "Kind o" replied Farmer Corntos
sel. "A summer boarder is right com
fortin' to have around from time to
time. He ain't nigh so' bossy an fault
findin' as the hired men."
For the Human System."
For cuts, burns, bruises, stiff neck,
sore throat, sprains, lame back and
bunions, use Hanford's Balsam of
Myrrh. It is guaranteed. It is for ex
ternal use only. Always have a bottle
on hand, ready for accidents. Adv.
"What's an automobile lunch?"
"Why, the kind you see put up all
ready for a motor trip."
Ask anybody . about it Hanford'i
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mm apouna or cefflee
First, get a coffee that has been thoroughly aged when green.
Proper aging changes the raw, strong taste of the bean to a mellow,
Next, it must be roasted by experts under perfect conditions
Skillful roasting brings out the full delicacy of the natural flavor.
Unskillful roasting spoils the flavor and causes a heavy and waste
ful loss in weight. "
Finally, coffee must be packed in a way that will keep it fresh,
and protect it from outside odors and from moisture.
In Arbuckles' Coffee you get all these advantages. You get a
coffee thoroughly aged when green, skillfully and uniformly roasted;
then guarded from moisture and odors in special, sanitary, sealed
If you haven't used Arbuckles' Coffee lately, do so now. See
what big value you get how the delicious flavor will please and
satisfy. Get k package today.
There are aa kinds of chumps, in
cluding the one who has a ship tat
tooed on his arm. '
. And a lot of people would rather be
lieve a lie than the nude truth. -
in four colors