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Becaos Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vega ble Compound Re
sto 'ed My Health
R N. Y.-1"I was Inbadhealth
butthe didn't soemto be any one thing
the matter with me.
Iwas tired out all
over anditwasan ef
fort for me to move.
I was irritable and
and had trouble with
my bowels and atmy
periods. It seemed
that nearly everyone
around me kriew of
your medicine and
wanted me to try it,
so at last I toolk
.i; . Pinkham's Vegetable Com
uuuu Tablets and Lydia E. Pinkham's
Blood M'edicine sind improved every da
I do all my own work now except the
washing and do it with ease. I can ac
complish as much In a da now as it
would have taken me a week to do last
winter and I try to get every one I know
to take, your medicine to build them up.
You are welcome to use this letter as a
testimonial if you like."-Mrs. CHAS.
BAKBP. 21 Spencer Ave., Hornell, N.Y.
In almost every neighborhood there
are women who know of the value of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. They know because they have
taken it and have been helped.. Why
don't you give it a trial?
is an effective, antiseptic
first-aid dressing"for cuts,
wounds and insect bites.
CHESEBROUGH MFG. Co.
State Street New York
Life is a burden when the body
is racked.with pain.- Everything
worries and the victim becomes
despondent and downhearted. To
cthe sunshine take
rhe National Remedy of Holiand.for over
200 years; It is an enemy of all pains re
suiting from kidney, liver and uric acid
2 troubles. All druggists, three sizes.
Leek for the name Gold Medal on every be:
and accept no imitation
F OR forty years Sloan's Liniment
has beefa the quickest reliecf for
neuralgia, sciatica and rheumiq.
~tism, tired muscles, lame backssprains
and strains, aches and pains.
Keep Sloan's handy and apply freely,
rvithout rubbing, at the first twinge.
It eased ancj brings comfort surely
and readily. You'll find it clean and
Sloan's Liniment is pain's enemy.
Ask your neighbor.
At ali druggists-35c, 70e, $1.40.
Ta.te o skinrrItcn
Far From Flattering.
"Foreignier, hey? B1y gosh, you tal
our lingo like a ntive."
'"Pardon me1, I hope) not."
The wvorst thing about a failure
the kind of sympathy that goes wil
WH~s5.LDS~*- L GRiPPE
to 24/ours *Lo. g
i Hachett's Gap Cur
IT's A POwVDER AND INFALLInLE
he ehl k i nhas to ut. 1(1l the war
&1AKEs PoUITRY RIAIsING nOTH Paol
Your m nne re~ d Ifnot enttnned.
"The worr1y cow might have lived till
It she had saved her breath;
But she feared her hay wouldn't last
So she choked herself to'death."
HELPFUL HINTS WORTH NOTING
)Valnut ments which have become
rancid- may be freshened and sweet
ened by 'pouring over the
ijt, meats boiling water
in which a little' 0(da
has been dissolved. Rinse
in cold water and dry in
Nuts in the shell which
have become too brittle
to crack without break
Ing, if treated to a bath
of bolling water, will
crack and seem like
Keep the smnallest candle ends and
Put Into a small muslin bag. Use to
polish the irons or keep the kitchen
range clean and bright.
A broom which Is badly worn may
serve longer if till the rows of stitch
Ing arei ripped out except the top row.
Trim the broom afir sonking In soap
suds and (rying thoroughly.
A bit of ginger I'dded to doughnuts
will keep them from soaking fait, which
is both a savIng of fat and indiges
The amniount of bacon to he used for
seasollilig Iiay be lessened if it Is put
through tile meat grinder before add
Ing to the dish. It is muore evenly
Imixdt'l through tile dish in. this wily.
Stale bread put 'hrough tihe men*
grinder, -then browned inl the gyeo,
makes a fine breakfast cereal served
with in1lik. This is especially good for
A run in a silk stocking may be
taken liick with a crochet hook. Old
stockings mily be cut in strips and
used for brilided lugs.
Old inner tubies from auto tires
nake thie elastic for romipers, bloom
ers and shirt sl-eves. Such elastic
will uiv ye several wIashings withlout
losing its elasilcity.
When making mayonnaise, if it
curdles, behtianother egg and add the
eulrdled illxture very slowly, beating
well between each allddition. Have all
mat erilals cold.
Lemons- placed in the oven and heat
ed hot will render their juice more
Mend a torn hair net in an emer
gency with a hair from your head
threaded through a needle.
Contentment isn't a matter of geog
raphy, and it is seldfom a good plan to
go away from home In search of hap
piness. One can't purchase happiness,
or find it at the end of a rainbow. If
one doesn't contrive happiness out of
his own cosmos he will never know
what happiness is.-Robert Quillen.
If one has never eaten carrot salad
made by grinding a carrot or two and
a stalk or two of celery
through the mieat grinder
a znd mixing wvith a few
nuts and( a good salad
d tressing, there. is some
jthing yet to try.
- Pea Soup-A goodi pen
soup~ is onie which it is
*hard to equal In tastIness
-a n d wholesoieness.
Take, one-half cupful of died penas
soakedh at least twelv'e hours, cook
until tendelr, then put them through
a sieve. Melt two tablespoonfuls of
butter or pork dirippinlgs in a sauee
pan, addl two tablespoonfuls of flour
nuind cook a few minutes, then add one
quart of miilk. Add one teaspoonfu'l
of salt, a little chopped onion or onion
juice, one-hnJf teaspoonful of celery'
leaves powdered, 11ind One-eighth of a
teaspoonful of pepper.
Peanut Fondu.*-GrfidI through the
mat grindter one cuptful of peanuts
carefully shelled and( the~ brIown skin
remloved, add( one cupful of soft bread
crumbs, 011e and( tw.o-thirds1 of a cupjful
of muilk, One andt on~e-hutif tenspoonful
of' salt and1( ia dasih of pepper. Mix
well, then stir ini theC white of an egg
heaten ' stiff'. Turn -into a buttered
lbaking dish andI hake ini a muoderate
oven for oneihalf hour-.
Pineapple Pie--Peel and grate a
Iineale~~. Separate the yolks and
whlites of four' eggs and to the yolks
add two cuplfulis (of sugar and( two
tablesoonufuls of butter. W~heni these
arle wvell beaten add one-half cupful
of cr-eanm and the grated lpineapple.
1'ouri tis cuistard into pastry-linedl
lates5 and1 bake until firm. Cover with
a mteringue made from the whites of
Peanut Dumplings. - Melt thr'ee
k tabilespoonfuds of butte?, add( thrte
talespioonfuls of flour .and cook until
well blended, theni ndtl two cup~fuls of
water, salt aind pepper and cook until
Is it t hickens, thlen .ndd three cupfuls of
hi milk and1( one-qjuarter of a cupfutl of
gr'oundl lHennuhts. 'WVhen it boils drop 'n
Sthe dumplings and1( cook covemred from
ten to twenty minutes, according to
thle size oft the ('ulhllIngs. Use any
goodl dtlinilg recipe.
Graham Muffins.-Tiake one cupful
eac-h of grnhamin lIonr', wheat flour' and
sour e-rt'nmI. Add~ alte teaspoonful of
sagar i- o tenspoonfel 41111 u-s of hanking pow
de(ir, one-.ihlf tezIspboonflul of salt and
0one-qtwr i-r te':spodhfutll1 of sodn1. MIx
the drly i ngredl li1 n '. Add( thle sour
15creiaml intof wiih tihe soda1 has been
.stirred1. 1iefit lhor-ouughly and1( bake in
gemu pansi in ai gulk .ivenu. Serve hot.
Copyright, 1922, Western Newspaper Unigo,
m@aovID WE0Rin U11NATIONA,
(B3y ULV. P. 8. FATZWATuit. D). D.,
Teacher of English Bible In the Moody
Bible inetituti of Chicago.)
Copyrsit. 1922, Western Newspaper Union.
.LESSON FOR APRIL 9
THE LORD PRESERVES JOASH
LrESSON TEXT-lTKings 11:1-1'.
GOLDIEN TEXT-The Lord preserveth
all them1 that love Him.-Al'sama 145:20.
R1FEENCE MATERIAlr-1I Kings
11:18-20; 11 Chron. 23:1-21; Maltt. 2:13-23.
PRIMARY. TOPIC-God Takes Care of
JUNIOR TOPIC-How a Boy Became
INTIRMEDIArE AND SENIOR TOPIC
-A Boy agaved for a Great Career.
YOUNG P'EOPLM, AND ADULT TOPIQ
-The Secret of Personal and National
Joasi, viewed in the light of his an
cestors, was a poor prospect for a king.
His grandmother was the wicked
Athallah and his great grandparents
were Ahab und Jezebel. There was
enough bad blood in his veins to as
sure his doom. Despite this fact, he
brought about some noble reforms and
turned the people back to God.
I. Athallah Usurps the Throne
1. Her attempt to destroy the seed
royal (vv. 1). In order to remove
tiny rival claimant to the throne she
tried to kill till the royal male chil
2.-Joash preserved by Jehosheba
(vy. 2, 3). Thou'gh Athallah was keen
eyed she was checkmated by another
woman. Her fatal omission was not
to- get rid of the women too. This
woinan. the wife of the )riest, stole
away the child and lid him in the
Lbedchamber for six years. God had
promised that through the Davidic
line the Messiah should come. In
order that this line be unbroken Joash
must he preserved. No purpose of
God can fail.
ii. Joash .Crowned King (v. 4-12).
1. Jeholiada's preiarations (vv. 4-11).
The high priest and his wife were in
telligent and strong characters. As
the high priest, Jeioiada felt that it
was his duty to thwi't [he heathen
project of Athaliah. Doubtless his co
operation with his wife made possible
the saiving of Joash.
(1) Secured the aid of the military
leaders (v. 4). He knew somehow
that these men were not loyal to
Athallah. (2) Bound theim under
solemn oath (v. 4). He took an oath
of them in the house of the .Lord.
Honest men will stand by their word.
.(3) ExcIted their spirit of patriotism
(v. 4). lHe gave them at sight of the
king's son. This, no doubt, was a great
surprise. Now having seen the heir
to the throne they would risk every
thing, everbotheir lives, in order to
set him on the thrdne. (4) Co-ordinaktes
all matters (vi.'5-11). The soldiers
were divided into conpunies and arms
were distributed to them. Each
group was assigned to specilic duties.
2. The coronation (v. 12). (1) The
king's son brought forth. This was a
great day ill Jerusalem. . After six
years of usurpation, the people all tie
while supposing that all tihe heirs to
tl~e throne were (lead, now to gaze
up)on the king's son would be a notable
event. (2) Put the crown upon hIm.
,This was the forumai induction into of
flee. (3) Gave lham the testimony.
This was a copy of the law, showing
that the Iking was to rule according
to the law of God. The act of putting
the lawv upon his head showed that
the king himself woumld he under the
control of, the law. (4) Made him
king. Thiis shows that he was made'
king by the choice of the Ipeople. (5)
Anointed him. They poured oil upon
his head. ThIs was the usual method
of consec'ratin g prophets, priests andi
kings. (6) Clapped their hands. This
was a token of joy.
' il. Athaliah Slain '(vv. 13-17).
1. The noise of the coronatiob of
Joasha brough AlhaililahI( to lhe temple
(v. 15). Up to this time she thought
her plaice oni the throne was securfe
andi that her heathen religion 'had(
2. Her (dismay (v. 14). Upon her
arrwml at the templie she s5w the
king wvearing the crown and1( sur
rounded by .the guards, so that she
could do nothing. In her detspaiir she
excltaimed: "Treason, treason !" How
prone wicked men tandl women tire to
cry out as though they had been
wr~onged wvhen their wickced palots and
conspiracies are exposedl amnd t hlwalrt ed
3. Athallah executed (vv. 15. 10).
The orders were that she should not
be' killed in the temple. They led
her out by the wvay of the horses' en
trance to the king's palace andi slew
her. What a tragic end for the sin
ner I Ain can only prosper for a time.
-IV. Worship of the True God (vv.
Joash wvas seven years old whmen lie
was made king. The high priest made
a covenant between the L~ordl, the king
and the people that they would he lihe
Lord's people. In carrying out this
covenant they broke down the temple
of Baai and slew the priest of Baal.
The Way to God.
Prayer carries us halfway to God.
tasting brings us to the door of His
palace, andI alms-givIng procuries us5
The Saddest Thing.
Trhe saddest tining that cani befa u a
soul is when it loses fith ini (lod an~d
Hope and Joy. -.
A propensity to hope and Jloy is renl
riches; one to tear and sorrow, real
SHE OYU'p A SWEATERF:'
SKIRT AND CHILD'S COAT
WITH "DIAMOND DYES"
FaI, package of '.'iamond Tyes", can.
:inls diirevtions so sinpttle any wolnan can
dv o tint her worn. shabby dresses,
dirtm., wasits, coats, atocki ijgs, sweaters.
overin"gos, draperies, lingngs, everything,
eve' if 'mie his never dyed before. Buy
"Dininoimd Dyes"--no other kind--then
perfeet hoine dyeing is sire becausel Dia.
11mondll Dyes are guaranteed not to spott,
radie, streak, or run. Tell your druggist
wliether the amaterial you wish to dye is
wool or silk, or whether it is lumen, cptton
)r mixed goods.--advertisenvt.
ie (lovingly)-What would you do
low If I should kiss you?
She (timlidly)-I-1 dlon't know. I
mave iever hid to answer sucht a
luestilon before.-in reelonn It squoielli
le lit Torratxa.
ADVANTAGES OF PARCEL PO3T.
You' unke a secure undbimie of your
shoes utml perhaps i nther's or sister's
or a fileitid's, tlint needs % sole or
heel, or soie other work to put thliei
in good shap111e. You send theni by
I'Parcel Post to 'Tle Kenton Shoe 1ts.
pitii. wlk-h l1 reailly a well equippld
sniil Shoe Fiaetory. The repalirs vill
be* done by factory 1methods that will
imore than plemse you, aid your shoeis
returned in ai surprisingly shoir tine
looking nil'iearer like new thain you
would helleve possible. The work will
be done by Eixpert Shoemakers. luauviiig
wide experieice i shoe fautorles. tank
Ing high1 grade shoes. We also aveli
11ni4 exlwriei(ed in ull khis k o f 41 th er1 i i'u
goods repairs, suilt-(iasts r4ene4'wed, .i1i
repniredl. The Kenlton Shoe llospiini1,1
1001-1001) Muarket St., ChattinIoogi,
And Start Right Away.
This is not advile. It Is .ust I
1an's h1unch. If yoi witant to feel gooil
from tle bottom of yoIIr ft, to Ile
loll of youlr hend, cut out the things
you know you ought to.
DON'T FEAR ASPIRIN
IF IT IS GENUINE
L.ook for Name "Bayer" on Tablets,
Then You Need Never
To gel geuilie "ltyer TaIniblts of
Asp ii" you tinst look i'or tihe% safety
"hier Cro" o 4hp11 ne011kuge 1ui d oin
ThIe "lI IIyebr ( lross " I IIf nIus t rueI, worI
fa inusi Asplhi. prescribe-d by physt
(e1un1 for over Iwenty-one yaris. avid
provedI sure by Ililtillbs for C14s. I lend
ache, Earnlehie. Totni3ele, Neu rai lgin.
Liumhgo, Nouis. )nti) for 1i1n lin
getieril. Proper u tn saft. titrettons
are lit each -broken "linyer" pakage.
RELIC OF PREHISTORIC RACE
Discovery of Lake Village Near Glas.
tonbury, England, Has Awakened
Much interest Tiere.
futch interest was awakened lit Eing
land3(1 not so long ago by the discovery
of it rReehistorie l1ke village n earl Glas
tonbury, the New York Herald repoorts.
The dIwellinags were placed Oin imounids
of clay and( traised above the level of
the water. The fratiework of a pimt
itiv'e loom31 wasU found unider- one
hone need'(les 31ta( hone slplinIera dis
covered in ianothmer umouind maiy have
been the site of1 ian alen'l'ht needQ~le fiuc
F~ew~ htuan hlones were dilscovered,
butt amiotng the l4i.teetng finds wa'is a
blue gltss head wIth n wavinig ditrk
line running r'ound It. One of thel
of wicIh mtii hav e btein 'dag frioim th
surro'indlh(ing hill I axund caiiedl( to theit
spot in honts4..
theIr late hushands their' imings ar'e
That's the way a
people have found it
comfort and cheer
they had secured in t
When they came to <
there was a hidder
rnothing left but disapi
The d-'ug, caffeine
coffee, is a nerve stii
stant stimulation of th
produces rebellion ti
form of sleeplessnes
irritability, high bic
That's the string to t<
Juicy Fruit, Peppermint
and Spearmint are certainly
' three delightful flavors to
And WRIGLEY'S P-K-the
new sugar-coated pepper
mint gum, is also a great
treat for your sweet tooth.
All are from the Wrigley
factories where perfection
is the rule.
HAD TO HAVE THE PASSWORD MUST HAVE KNOWN PICKEREL
Without It, Nobody, Commandingej Uncle Jim Quite Evidently Familiar
Officer or Any One Else, Could With the Habits of That
Pass sentry. Particular Fish.
After the prelininairy challenge the U 11 lii. trliiipper, hard Smile etlsy
sentry hid ordered the commanding "plekin's" in lie suinner escort-ng d(
ollicer to advinlene with the (colnitl. partlient ,sore clerlA on hunting imid
sign. But unfortunately lie hitter hand fishing t1rips.
forgotten it. . LIsI s11uunner 1there eIItme one whon
"Come, coie, sentry." sid the V. 0., Uneh. .111im eitailogudil 21.9 a1 fish llono
somIvewhat testily, "You know mile, don't m1in11e111. ie haid learned ail about easts
you ?" and flies fromi a bhook. and insisted
"Yes. sir. but I've got t(o have the 11upobig rOweid 'ill Over the lke
passwR~iord." lo ng beaftore sun rise.
"You (ibey all (orders4 of the comu- OneW tuoriniifg, whilie eni route1 ,to n
tmainding' oifier, do( you no(t ?" ('ertain pleen (If w~'ator .whileh this
"Th'ien wh'iy nolt let me ipasH alt ('n1ce?"I iined e'very vaiety of fish, ai big
"IlQeentise, sir, thle (corpornil gav ye u'pickerel made(l( a platyful juin111 in the
stilt tirders not to( let anfyonet, mat1 i, w~aiter Ii nen th iit
womanl~ 11tr child(, I)Jt5 tis 2os unles311s5 "Wait !"' l' .112m was3 excilledlIiy
I hey sniy 'Suriat Iogn.' and( It you ennI f't (comma332nded't. "I lidn't you see t-hntl
do0 It you'll hiave' to go arotlmd somte whoiper' Jumpai? Let's stop and ('ntehl
other waiy."-Th'le Lenthern1cvk. him."'.
Thec Humanitarian. iii. "1 .'t 's wii and( get him in
A litile tl~'lur-year-ti. re'Itunip froma_____
VI "What's the Itroule. (iet'i?" a2sk ed j *uist wh ii a I3woman313 tiiks of himi Is
is 2mo0ther. to makei(( her' anigry.
"Theiiy aii san ig 'Staffoeat t he litlt
and a pocketbook
at the string je rked it back
It looked like a happy discovery as it lay there
on the sidewalk-until the discoverer reached
to pick it up. Then the hidden string jerked it
away. All William got was disaippointment.
good many Postum, that wholesome and
to be with the delightful cereal beverage, is corn-'
they thought pletely satisfying and there's no
ea and coffee. harmful quality whatsoever, to jerk
lepend Onl it- away the comfort which you fmnd
strin, and in this splendid table drink. Any
ointent.member of the family may enjoy
, in tea and Postum with any meal-and there.
nulant. Con.. will be no after-regrets.
Snerves often Postum comes in two forms: Instant Posta m *
at takes the (in tins) made instantly In the cup by the addit on
s, headaChes, of boiling water. Postum Cereal (In packages of
Od pessrelarger hul3k, for those whlo prefer to make tho dink
od presure.. while the meal Is being prepared) mode by boilng
a and coffee. for 20 inzute.,. sold by grocers.
Health -"There's a Reason"
y Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle Creek, Mich.