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GOOD HEALTH OF
Health, Strength and Vigor
Built Up By
Y'ou seeIi t nellchi stron g andit roiliust;
puraict ialy thet sune fogds ati takes
Ite su ine' ex ertise' :s I he ot her. What
is te(I dfferenice? Nearlny away Wit3's aL8i
dIifflerence in thle unt lty oft the blood.1
Th~le strni hi l ha lts rich'h, r'ed lilood]
utuil plet'ly ofi It. Tou Iovte to see'hiltu
ii ol wea k, give him Gi (;ude's l'epro
the di ffer'enc(e be~tween' at sIek ly, un
hatppjy chi ilhood and -a bouncig,
Get ( ue' l'ephto-3uangnj at your
dIruiggist 's 1n 1 Iitthi or I able't form. Be
sure Iis thle geniulne. Advetitsemepjt,
"Whby is thle kolser' so vlhemnent it
"tNobody liIkes tot lake credIt for a los
Io. venit ur
bat .you farmers do is too
lothes made out of Stifers.
Jurnpers and Work Clothes
cloth last longer, wash bet.
> their "looks.'
get it. Look for this boot shape4
umfped on the back of the cloth.
nents sold by dealers everywhker-.
are makers of the cloth only.
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260 Church St., Now York. N. Y.,
Coiffure Easily Makes. or Mars
Adopt ideal Mode and Stick to it Al.
ways, Is the Advice of a Fash
. ion Authority.
Some women really don't seem to
realize- the great importance of the
coilifure, yet one cannot attach too
much Importance to a becoming wiay
of "doing the huair," asserts a leading
fashion authority. The hair is nature's
own pretty frame for the face and.
of course, can easily make or mar any
one's features and change, for bet ter
or for worse, the entire expression of
That is why I am always surprised,
sometimes shocked, to see women's
tendency to imitate and readily adopt
any new style launched by t theatrical
beauty or a society belle.
Worn by the very young girl with
the small, round head, the saucy nose
and perky chin, the-.bobbed hair is
simply exquisite. But alas ! when her
fat, double-chinned sister tries to
emulate her I call the result a positive
If your heal is rather large in pro
portion to your body, why should you
make it even larger by adopting a
"new wrinkle" in hair dressing? I
may be called old-fashioned, but bear
in mind, bobbed hair should be severe
ly taboo to the married woman, even
should she be in the early twenties.
A real-for-true matn doesn't like to in
troduce as his wife a little, iulfy, silly
girl, with hair cut so as to give her anl
ai' of irresponsibility.
If you have a round face, wear your
hair quite smooth on the sides and pile
it 'way uap on top of your head. This
is sure to give you height. The ma
donna with soulful eyes should exag
gerate her lovely type by adopting the
straight, simple parting in the middle,
"bandeau." If you possess a pretty
forehead, show it ; if your nose hap
pens to be a little too long, try to puff
your hair at the back. I know you will
be pleased at the result.
Dress your hair as neatly, as care
fully as possible, but-and this is an
other pit fall to be avoided--don't look
ais though you had just stepped out
from the llairdresser's establishment.
In Paris there is a new style in hair
dressing which I think is excellently
SCARF MODEL SWEATER
This tJ an unsuaiy aitractive
scarf model of sport~ sweater. .It is of
tan wool .with cross-bar stitching of
silk In orange and black. -
HIGH CROWN HAT
Narrow-Brimnied Millinery Well to
Fore-New Models in Roll
amnd 'Straight Brims.
.5'lhc sp~ring miinemry season in Paris
open15si wth the high-cr'owned, narmrow
br'inmmedl shape- well to the f'ore; -1In
muany of tile shmapes the- brim is
slightly wier at the back 'than n
the front. Not infrequenmtlr in fat,
models are entirely brimless, or have
, h6mierest suggestionl of a narrowv
visor at the front with a wide, straight
brim of graduated -width across ithe
sides and the back.
Gener'ally speaking, this seasob
nedium-sved' hate .with ,1 rim's take
p~recedlence over turtbants-, or toques.
saIys Driy Goods Ecoinomist. This fol
lows the sumti ruie for spring hats,
in whlich, with the ilrst .rays of sun
shine, a br'im of sonic. sort is supposed
to be required. Especinily is the brim
hat the herald of spring in F'rance, for
the first miodels tire created .for wear
on' the liviera where the merciless,
even .blinding sun makes a brim of
sonie importance a first necessity for
all styles of hats.-.
*Wthu r-egardl to styles, thus..fqur all
shapes are in the running, and 'new
miodels -are shown ini roll-lirinm,
Straiht-hrims andl c'oche. styles;'
A marked tendenmcy townk'd: very
thick brim treatnmnts is noted, yrolls
of velvet or of straw' frequently op
PDnaring as-ninish to mediuma-sized roll
biim saillors. :The heaVy ,;penell-edge
bim Ia again manking its appearanse,
St ra wvs 'are bo0th shiny and (lull,
fabrics also, and the two are exten
liely uemd i., combnatio.n.--r. as the
HEAVY BLACK CANTON CREPE
The women who strives for the Indi- ge
Vldual touch would experience intense vu
satisfaction In the possession of this reI
gown of heavy black canton crepe, ha
confined at the waistline by a most at
unusual belt of dull black leather; gil
studded with steel nail heads. Fur fin. -inj
ishes the lower edge of the coat-like is
suited to the present fashion in dress, se
with the distended hip line and other eu
reminders of bygone (lays. The hair is
parted either at the middle or the side,
waved lightly back and .then caught
high at the top of the head, then falls tr
in charming curls to the nape of the n
The short girl with the too full neck ca
would be wise indeed to adopt this
style. It is, as a rule, a very becoming se
fashion and most feminine, se
I think it is a great, even a grave, a
mistake to try to dress the hair dif- In
ferently for evening wear. Adopt what .je
you decide is the ideal coiffure for your m
type and then stick to it always. Of MI
course, for box parties, balls and the po
like a hair trimming of some kind may so
be added with successful result.
Spanish-looking huge combs are the ?
vogue, and I must say that they prove
generally becoming. Young girls have di
always liked to wear flowers in their Li
hair and they must be pleased, for w
Just now this garniture is considered ci
quite the thing. Gold leaves and
grapes handeau form a pretty and 6,
festive headdress.. - Of course, . you if
should remember that the bandeau is v
the most trying hair ornament in the- 'w
world, for it straps the forehead flat b
and naturally enlargeg the nose. ri
. Knitted Garments. ni
The correct washing of knitted gar- c
ments is impiortnant. Nat urally theyeg
mlust not b~e washed~ in hot water tnorm
In coldl, but in water thuat is Just a lit.
tie muore thuan lukewarm. Avoid- rub-*
bin1g soap on the garuments. Make sudS thi
first. Such garments must not be se
hung out, to dry, baut placed ini a little N
hammitock mtade of a good-sizedI towel
or piece of cloth, tend tossedl aboaut at
until no suspicion of mnoisture remais.
A brushed wool swvehter thas a 'wide,
turnbanck collar' of the: tuxedto sot, .til
madse of heavy silk trilcot.. -The sweat- It
or -is in bulge and the collar is> in ~Wii
lighter thnd~e- of 'the. ggme color. It i li
looks .11 'hter,- at all- events, thuough it T:n
may -be simfply the difference of; tex- of
ture- of' the ,tivo materials that ac- .ti
counts for tis app4earance. -' at
S, PARIS FA$HIQ.NT
Fr'ench dtay, -in oposition-a 7dull- O'
finilIe cref)A, -for :lastatnce, I beig et
maddl~ 'up 'with a cofarse..hiyllalti di
straw,. while a ltrillat\ ftpiished .cire ai
or vegetable satin wil . he .uged( ln,
conjuniclon With a line, dull' pieot ("
stra~w. - . a
Printed Leather -for -Collars. Ct
l Neckwvear .is capabie of doing un- 01
usufal- things, too. Leather stats in.
-ali coloi'S, imost o them plain, some T
with metal eyelets, are beIng featured. t
Paisley prints 00 Idor'entine silk are
used( -fot' allover Sets, and1 foi' vestees "t
wilth. matching -cuffs. Ginghams in a
snifuill checks appear in the regulation E
colorH. 'All* heavy materials, Incluid- tI
lng pique, ratie and1( linens, wvill be bi
umuch used . LInens are finished with I0
Jpet-lacoe(edge, and a niew treatmniut I'
hilh is particuhariy good, Is the use Cl
of bri lliantly coloredl wool embroidlery. Ie
. Dainty "Flower Pockets." tc
Appiiqued flowers are used as
p)OCket i s1ieer blouses and~ dresses.
T1hese tiny pockets, ini which mad
emoisefle centries' her pocket handker
chief,'open at onie aide of the applique b
flower, the lh)ose edge being finisheda
with buttonhole astitching. The tiny i
hatudkerchiief haq- a hemnstltchedi bo1
iled .In. the dominat color of the gar-a
Maetdll gi~gaA not o)nly . shown
with light crepe dJresses for Palm
.Iieach wear, butt rare beinig wvorn er. k
temsivaey on f..oksad cots
ly 1:E'V. P. 16. F'Tz\VATEoI)D. D
reacher of English Bible in the- Mood
Bible institute of Chicago.)
pyright. 1922. Western NewspapVr Un4o6
LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 19
ELISHA AND NAAMAN THE'
MESSON TEXT-Il Kings 5:1.27.
(OLDEN TEXT-Bless the Lord, 0 m
ul. and forget not all his benefits: Wh
rgiveth all thine Iniquities; who healet
thy diseases.--Ps. 14)3:2, 3.
:t.lERENCE MATEIUAI,-Luke 4:1t
'RIMARY TOPIC-A Little Girl Help
UNIOR TOPIC-A Young Girl's Serv
NTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPI!
liisha Helping a Foreigner.
COUNG PEOPLE AND ADULlT TOPI
-low to Overcomlie National and Racia
I. Naaman's Fatal Defect (v. 1).
Lie was a great man, but a leper
was held in high esteem by thi
ag, 'b'causo through him the Syll
s had been delivered from their ene
es. le was not only a capabli
teral, but was a very brave man
lorous. Every unregenerate mari
ardless of his gifts and possessioni
s this one fatal defect. lie may bi
mighty warrior, a great orator, I
ted writer, a man of profound learn
, an honorable statesman, but If h
an unbeliever in Christ, he is a los
mer-a leper. Leprosy is a type o
I. Note its characteristics: '
Loathsome, hereditary, ipfectous
narating, destructive, deceitful, in
rable by man.
11. The Faithful Witness (vv. 2-4)
This was a Jewish maid who ha4
en captured by marauding- Syrini
)ops who made frequent incursioni
to Israel's land for the purpose o
under. Daniel at a later date wa
rried away captive, and he likewise
is used of God to bless many. Jo
ph is another example of one why
is put into a hard place, but becami
blessing to others, even to the say
g of his brothers, who sold him. Thi;
wish maid pointed out to this grea
in the One who could heal hin
iiy are the persons who have beei
inted to Christ as the Healer o
uls by children.
I.l. Naaman Seeling the Healer (vv
1. H-e goes with a letter of intro
lction and great gifts (v. 5). In tit
tst valuable gifts are taken alon
hen in quest of some favor. In thi
se the value was perhaps $80,000.
2. Hie goes to the wrong place (vi
7). The maid did not suggest tha
Naanist would be with the king h
ould lie recofered of lils leprosy, bu
ith-the' prophet -of God:--We- shoul.
very careful . that . we.. go to ti
ght place with our troubles and sin
either the king's power.nor.Nanman
oney could avail anything- In .- til
se. The prophet of God can :brin
eater blessing than kings arid' ric
3. Nan intin at 'the (loor of -Eiish
'v. 8, 9). ElIsha, hipn iearning o
e king's enmbarrassnient, sent to hii
ying, "Let himn comie now to ine.
inaan appeared before Elisha's .doo
great sp~lndot.. le did isot comn
.a suppillint, Wuit as on'e. vho cotil
y a goodly surn for hiealing,~
IV. .Naaman Healed (vv. 10-35).
1. Ellha's message (V. 10).. G
isli in,.IJ~irdan sev-eh times.
2. Nnaman's amnger (vy 11,:). H
ought- that Elisha should have.showv
ference to hin. Peolile today' thfii
at their -rank- gnd- wenibh----entitl<
emii to.. dlifferent .trenttnent hY. Ood
iey turn away fr om the.;humble wa)
tihe Qross, 0( Go' Jnetlbi of. saltaE
h. Ztich.' 111id lgOt' hiefs and. le
e alike in God's' sight. Reasonihg
thle flesh- miustbe-supplanted by tlh
edilenro. of, falIth.
3, Nuamiaiis.~01/finee (vv. 13, 14)
irougli the '6ad'est entreaty of hi
rvants his r~lidond prejudice .w'er<
-ercomne, and lhe did what the p~roph
commifighld. Thereul of his ohe
ence wsthat his lesh "camne agul
the' fleshi 6fi little- child." -
4. Naatmn acknowledlges .Jehoval
.15).' After his .ceeansliog hie came
ittin tp the .prophet and said,. "p
know that there IF no Giod In all %he
rthi, but in Israel." The vital io~n
teachIng in this lesson is how ne r
Naaman. milssed beIng hea dp
lhe three eneunies~ whichi almost k p
im from helng healed wvere:''(1) P~ de
. 11.). lIe was insulted because h
an of GodI did( not conie out to 8a el
dlist~inguihed man as 110. .'as, (2:
reconicelvedl opInIon (v. 11)'.
ought." Many sinners procrastir uat:
'cause they have preconceivedl obin
na as to hiow God ought to saye. (3:
rejuice (v. 12). Rivers of Da uas
is are better than Jordan. Copnti
sa thlousands.' are lost by these *ne
les. God haus provided only one va.
save men froini their sinse-the wva
the Cross. - '
The Dove ai'Jeduba.
Nea. when ail the people wer
iptizedl, it came to pnss, that Jesu
so .being baptized, and priying,; tly
saven wvas opened, end- the Hol;
host descendedl. in bodily shape liki
dove ujion ii hu n a voice carw
'om hien~ven, .which said,. Tiou- ar
ty Ileloved) Son ; .inm thee I am wel
leased.-Luke.. 8 :2b22.. .
Teways of peace have they~n
nown: there ig'no feer of God befor<
ieir nyes.-nlmans RE7.1f
))se -- a told or grip . sappeyd yu
si "egthi Do yogi suffer eon t a -
* feel nervous and de ressed he
lokto your kidn~eysi- Manyscases
dney ruble are the result of
faotious disease. The kidneys have
bro n down under the strain of -il.
teri disease-created poisons from the
bloc . That's why a cold or rip often
" leaves- backache, headaolies, dzyspells
eand irregular kidney action. e our
w" akened kidneys with Doan' tKireu
Pee. Doan's have helped thousands
and. should help you. Aso your
A North Carolina Case
R.. Johnson, farm
er and mechanic, ,R. F.
D. No, 1, Moncure,
N. C., says: "My back
was so lame and sore,
V I could hardly move
and sharp, cutting.
0 pains caught me in my
h back. My 101 d n ey
w ere congested .and
weak. , The kidney se
cretlons were hight
colored and Contained
sediment. I read of
Doan's Kidney Pili
and used them. 'ev
eral boxes cured me
of all the trouble."
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Michigan Go Refuges.
a Onme refuges u i. breedlingfground
established In 1921 by the Mlichigan
sta te conservation depat'tident ~ total
25,000 ncres. They are located in Mid
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counitid. P'articulari attention has
been given iiu these -areas tp thie is
ribut ion and estabilshinat of the Chii
:nese ing-necked liheatiat.
GIRLS! GROW THICK
- LONG, HEAVY H-AIR
Buy a 35-centbottle
of Danderne." One
application ends all
v dandrufr, stops litehhig
and falling hair, iiid, lii
a few moments, you .
have doubled thie beatit -
-of your hair. It will .ap- 6
s lpear a rlhass, so.' soft-9
lustrous;. gadl.easy to
de(1 up. But what wIll
ple)ise yot9.mo~st,will be ~
after ir'idi( weeks lud,
whenjoisgse ney liair
-fine and dowvny at '
first-yes-but really new hair grow
r nlg. ..alI ..over-the...scalp... "Danderine"
Is to the ,hair wvhat fresh sh~lowers of
'rgi' abd gaugFgnau Asi t vegetation.
It goes right to thi roots, lhvlgorates
;undl streugtigas them. This delight
.,..stim,1jlating toqfi, 4 is thin,: lfe
less, fadel hlni~r to grow loug, thick,
heavy and" luiuriaz't.-Adveistisement.
Miiipsnl(greeting la old friend)
Wh , ones, It's'ages 'Siince I saw you
lhat; ' Mai-ried nowg 'aren't you?
T ~ones-No, no,; old mani, it's not
tlist. ust buslriess \orry and nerves.
HOW'S YOUR HEALTH ?
Harrison Shepard Tells You How
to Inprbye It
Igin, Tenn.-"I can say that Dr.
kPierce a Golden Medkial Discovery and
a the Pleasant Pellets have beeni the means
s of restorimg my healtIh. XIyas weak and
a run-down, had such headaches, and mey
~, kidneys were out of -order. It waJd mis
a e (orme to walk arounid. I begn tak
e imuhe-Oolden.Medicht Discovery' and
B th 'Pleasant elleta' aind they put me on
the road th'gbod'health right away. I
Iwant ,to bpeak a odword ifor Dr.
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