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Mrs. P. 1. Jones, of
1 F l". n .r, Okr\I.., wr ites:
F1m1 the inne 1 n
n a ens-hoodt
"I took four bottles,"
Mrs. Jones goes on to
say, "and was not only
greatly relieved, but can
truthfully say that I have
not a pain. . .
" It has now been two
years since I took Cardui,
and I am still in good
health. . . 1 would ad
vise any Woman or girl
to use Cardui who is a
sufferer from any female
If you suffer pain caused
from womanly trouble, or
if you feel the need of a
good strengthening tonic
to build up yourrun-down
system, take the advice
of atrs. Jones. Try Car
Sdui. It helped her. e
believe it will help you.
h reason we so stron
fraig, sickly children is i
nedto build themur u-ow
yste, ta hden adveit
uiT heled Two. Moer
Beive idgl elp N .Y
"My itedugter3yas od
overwoan a Rundontie
athetm, rvou hand headahes
rochosinlhas -bui t up Sh
ncesdad has beurnd the scpo
atain-Md cLetrdrewos .
Th hL. eS CO Two Mohrum
Swltteagters1 years 01(d
Ovrwrkd nd~v~ undo nrd
alStpie, civos ad hadacesi
couln'teat and haosa Un
Te~Vnhas buV er up Lateti
Wgi. -r. Let. AnrW il
BESTOWING GIFTS IN SECRET
Practice of Putting Out Shoes and
Stockings Resulted From Plan
of St. Nicholas.
Christmas stocklJigs have colho
down to us from the good St: Nicholas,
who was a saint of the fourth century
of the Christian era and was born Dc
ceinhe' Oi, 3.1, in Lyela, Asia Minor.
Vlo was regarded as especially the pa
tron sainiit of c'hildren, ymntlg girls and
sailors. The Christmais _tocking cus
tomi arose as fol lows :
It seems that St. Nicholas, who was
the a'hbibhoii t of lyra, lived In tho
Fanie1t town't w\ith 1 1;on i~ impve i(e no
bl1"1 n who \11, lwn useI e ll4 no por..
ti to i 'e i h ::il tr i a ud, 1in
.,h it m i~ i t I this : b1' st
d .u::h. .The 1.i im S. , i. 11'
II jn' I' * 1'
i i i 'l th.e \'11n t h bt ais'1 I b(11ble
11' l 'I of the s nt' d'ltIil daI h Ii It' . On
the thIird visit the lather, watching for
his be'nefllactor, Iast hhnself at the fevt
of th sa int anlid cried
"Oh, St. Nicholas, servant of God,
why seek to hide thyself?"
The saint made the father promiso
not to reveal his benefactions. From
this habit of bestowing gifts in secret
and under the cloak of night arose the
practice of putting out shoes or stock
ings for the younger members of the
family so that the good saint would bo
able to fill them without being spied
While the stars of Christmas shine,
Lighting the skies,
Let only loving looks
Beat from your eyes.
While the hells of Christmas ring,
Jioyous and clear,
Speak only happy words,
A llMirth andt cheer,
Give rAlly loving gifts,
Anti in love take;
Olanden the poor and sad,
For love's dear sako.
-Chicago Dally Nows.
CHCESE S PILLS
' 11.4 MI'I I I l10..1 l)r -NIp .
-r Tndliet Ann your l~ruR ist for
ttt, I'll(it n -(."1 ant u : a 1 rtal d
. I 4"I. e ,-'ed IhitI lu Ribbon. V
IJs AN A i'P1N)l.. f r 23
yearsl :nownM a e.tSafeN.,Atw a lnReih to
OLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYEII[RE
dly on Vinol
ly recommend Vinol for
causc it is a non-secret
ef a . Cod Liver Pep
c Peptonates and Glyce
il -- the very elements
It is delicious to the
Have Proved Thio.
Williamson, W. Va.
"My little boy was weak, puny,
and tired all the time, did not want
to do anything. Vinol was recoin
mended and it built up his strength
mnd made him healthy. Now he romps
aind plays like other children. We
certainly believe in Vinol for children."
ies, Chila'ren, Men
Blankas, H osie ry
i Ladies' Neckwear
son & Co.
By WALTER DELANEY
(Copyright, 118, western Newspaiper Union.)
IS Christmas present
hn~d b een a bullet In his
Sleft aril frtom an enemy
gln, 1 to lay 11p)on his
rut in tihe field hospitalt
\hulelide hlustle pervnd
Sl Ils caullps (ol1sh1e,
h r , set I ip
11 a n ()p ea d \:Ir
"Th II d ri i a~ :
nl ' \ '- \ ' 0 : h
is 0:i (t' 'I.',t 1 a dl I r'w li I1
4 i' T e' un te :ot ut i) is
:41 : n , 11W 1 :I ;;I i1 0 :!I'1(1. ('i Iaiig
ieIss ils l <is y: : 'T' i! i 't'
" h, i ', lit I ? I''' 1n s il l ti r1'
tilit t::' l : 111iI44t,'' l l'\'4 tli Iil'e T
k( Ci)S " I 'i 51 .1s tixed 1it11!:fr !1w
1t (4( 315 f 1041110 ..u 1114 huIiig solw 1ade
th eI Iervin 1f li y geli'i':Iy." onng t
"Yi," flu )blent ll lurgy n. "ilcd hIs
~ia toe of hera sl altruh
ro z'avte :; 1n (f I1' fsu out of a
tren('lh :lni.l u r h.-' tlcinm I o ( 1ok
all alne, that httered armrc rhaging
ti no t his :-ih."
"Seergeant le' r Marshhs Some
thing on his mind," said the nurse. Ie
keeps his eyes ixd with a faraway
look, ats if some haumting sorrow made
hit forget everythinl else."
"Tell him the general Is coming to
see him," advised the surgeon.
1 t1( the patient Simpely siled Is
thanks when the nurse Imparted the
whion the general
appeared the aas
self-contained tn f
"Irlait by of all
my dlear brave
children !" spoke
veteran. ' ' no i
have added to our'
glo r y a nd the
a r m y acknowl
edges it with grat
itude and esteem, ,...
L ie u te nnan t
Mlarsh," an d h e
pinned at golden ti e
medal to the
blouse the patient wore.
"Get well, my boy," spoke the gen
eral. "WVe'll see that you help win the
war behind the lines as a directing
force, just as you have with that mad,
reckless dash that his Invalided you."
At noon, when th nure tie again
to the cot, her patient was gazing at
the holly and evergreen trimmings, and
seemed pleased at some flowers
brought by a comrade who sat beside
"The whole company wanted to
comle," explaiined1 the latter, "but I told
them that wouldn't do."
The nurse accomimnied him to the
anteroom. "D~o you know Lieuitenant
Marsh very well?" she Inquired point
edly; and as he nodded, "then enn you
tell me what is so constantly on his
"It': Ada Wilbert."
haf nhor o fac a tran. Se ha
n e d l h ao Ts hey
were mars ty ai4. clrgym , nr homtei
ak4iss andcath te'tain ea
never heard from44<4 her3 lie, bu
ami1ge tanuled. Shfe. had4 idisowned
"o11hfo ' s .,Io houl mrd the r
smathetlently.11(0th (1 '414)1n
carh tosed'va ai fedyesoas dus came
onll1. The hand utioweeplyn
lilbdle, A(11 'Ltun e. 4l'3s tor)e
Chrstms aros u ~ faneed he was~p
to ch, ~~tl IIaglep, ando left
Duty Brings Vision
Tolstol tells a lovely little
story of two pilgrims who 9et
out for Jerusalem. Yeleset
stopped to help a starving fam
ily. Ile bought food, fetched r
water, split wood, started the
great oven fire, nursed and fed
the sick, redeemed the mortgage
on the home, and bought back
I he cow, horse, and scythe with
which the living was earned,
Ills money wos all gone, and he
coul not hope to overtake his
i0-tu tnin on the rottl, so hi e l t
reitrned honie anti dev ototed him
j1 pelt' t o date (ill'y duty. Yeiil f
li; reh ed .lir Inm, visit !d
- the crledt hle) , thl i ned egod r
HrOL CTaY' CHRITMAS the
itrbi, Scebes Witnesd ofi
Churyh lin, hi atlu d the
Alt0ong mh 115 nlue rit t the
Otlely Sulet rs. Yes, u ib-r the
1:nm ,p w is il rwInc s where the i
h h ed tire brd , a before call, ho
). - w~i at v-ition of Y'eles ch. wearing
aolng hh>of .hioniofit glorgeous to i
h lis headl. l'or Yelimt had
bc r htit his hioly to thec 1y -
f.und, lat Crist ,hnonefiu hadl
tomhve to the sol o Yeltsel. Andth
he l a roed that in this worldh
ma lh 0 ids everyone do oIns dpty
till death-an love and good e
HOLY CITY'S CHRISTMAS TIME
Distressing Scenes Witnessed in
Church of the cativity-Guards
on Duty Day-and Night.
Although nmeh has been writ ten up
on the subject of Christmas in Beth
lehem, writes Harold J. Shepstone in
the Ide World, and we hlve had
glowing accounts of Its gorgeous pro
cesis asnmlld ceremonies, none appears
to have been hold enough to thell the
world of the distressing scene which
may be witnessed In the one spot on
earth where man would expect peace
to reign to that glad season of the
year. Christmas is -a long business at
Bethlehem. First come the Latin cere
moniles, whleh take place on December
25, followed 13 days later by the Greek
services, while 13 days later comes the
Armenian Christmas feast. The serv
ices are held in the Church of the Na
tivity, one of the most remarkable edi
flees in the world. The holy of holies
of the church is the grotto or manger.
It is a small underground chamber,
said to be the actual site of the stable
where the Sadoor was born. Just In
front of the altlr is a silver star, let
into the marble floor, said to mark the
exact srt of the nativity.
In the various ceremonies the bit
terest rivalry exists between the vari
ous sects, anto ea during the ordinary
services Turkish sohliers have to be
on guard hay and night in the church
to prevent s r fe. On special occasions,
such as ,heristas time, an extra force
of soldiers is necessary If order to
be maintained. It is durinug Christmas
fesivities that.1ie church is cleaned.
To prevent quarrels aong the rival
p~riests Ilhe atuthorities many years ago
set down delt rubs as to hiat nor
Thens le of thull, Ia, Iloys atc.
thpinsrihat bodys mayii clayn swep.
Dsplit thesr clabi'ae andrecins
thei Chresets fes.tiiareyo 01.
Onthe L' rihsao clan a ieralin poio'n
oh church.i'i Tey wenit to 111 thetgoh
ernoriiy wif Bethleheim ange deelded in
iet.i shevet ('ils esli te r iht ondo
thle work., When( tey estar'te tiiswiep,
how4 eve trivai ritsw t thrii'qeem
whtl fthe otherc did the swiniig.on
byhiden 'iloiRuss, SpallIin ande y al y o
Trdlimgiu he chi'ldrehe of Rusi, Iland
pIn sollnd oChrIstmas aye wor
ship(I'i fil the churces wnd recav
theirepresents (onii January Inil
orni they fimd (leday nd oatdre
honve ari inrea coi'brati'nsand for gooe
"hildrsenke,"twhachoisoa rhun ofnkoa
fern the bmud is5 ing yorn muen fo
the dayn ard t rtwt o'coi the de
most do andrytIng Chr itga hymuen,
Is lNgheway andle ide o thev
star.tmhe srvsiniggo theirtchure
oh sthe k wayhore folhile str
wthe fiblr hen her shprds har
ge anrgea sfning Chit wson5
children fiathi stookng wit hay.
adsilky. It rci
haiir at once, and makes
luxuiahnt anud beautiul. Do
tutod. Large boxes mailed 25c.
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r pronotirng the rrowth of the '1
niukca harsh, tubiorn hair soft
inoves danldruff atnd ;tops (&!tottu
ktnky or stubborn hair straight,
not accept imttotions or substi.
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K" \\ /,r4r
,t or West
1 real comfort these
ings at home in the big
reading by the soft
ow of a Rayo ILamp.
ups are scientifically
:d and give a clear,
lit----w-ithout flicker or
t can't hurt the eyes.
I a touch of cheery
o the living room or
--give kerosene light
~ht, clean und rewick
urity Oil gives best results.
At all dealers
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( h ,rk -en. W\. Va.
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and eliminative organs
with NR. Free your body
from poisonous w a s t e
and relief is quick.
P'rovce NR Best
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