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- m mm M v I M AP M MAKINK Ul- A FAMOUS MED GIN E Wow LycHa E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is Prepared For Woman's Use, A visit to the laboratory -where this roccesBful remedy is made impreoses ven the casual looker-on with the reli ability, accuracy, skill and cleanliness vhich attends the making of this great medicine for woman's ills. Over 350.000 Dounds of various herbs are used anuafly and all have to be gathered at the season of the year when weir natural juices aim meuitmai suit -stances are at their best. The most successful solvents are used to extract the medicinal properties from these herbs. Everv utensil and tank that comes ia contact with the medicine is sterilized And as a final precaution in cleanliness the medicine is pasteurized and sealed In sterile bottles. It is the wonderful combination of roots and herbs, together with the skiil and care used in its preparation which has made this famous medicine o successful in the treatment of female ills. The letters from women who have t)een restored to health by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound which we are continually pub lishing attest to its virtue. HOW TO GET RID OF, YOUR COLD The quick way is to use Dr. King's New Discovery BOUDOIR GARB IS A BIT AUDACIOUS mtonn vmoin ihternational Lesson (By REV. P. B. FITZ WATER, D. D.. Teacher of English Bible in the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) (Copy risrht. i919. Western Newspaper Union) THE MOST DANGEROUS OF ALL DISEASES LESSON FOR DECEMBER 28 DON'T put off until tonight what you can do today. Step into vmir rinifrclst's nnrl hnv a hnttlA of Dr. King's New Discovery. Start i will allow her robing to be a bit nu- There is just one place where the gentlewoman, with dramatic instincts, taking it at once. By the time you reach home you'll be on the way to recovery. This standard family friend has been breaking colds, coughs, grippe attacks, and croup for more than fifty years. It's used wherever sure-fire relief is appreciated. Children and grownups alike can use it there is no disagree able after-effect. Your druggist has it. 60c. and $1.20 bottles. Bowels Begging for Help Torpid liver pleading for assistance? How careless to neglect these things when Dr. King's New Life Pills so promptly, mildly, yet effectively come Co their relief 1 Leaving the system nncleaned, clog- Sed bowels unmoved, results in health estructlve after-effects. Let stimu fating, tonic-ln-action Dr. King's New Life Pills bring you the happiness of regular, normal bowels and liver func tioning. Keep feeling fit, doing the trork of a man or woman who finds tellsh in it. All druggists 25c BSackaicIhie The intense pain from a lame back is quickly alleviated by a prompt application of Yager's Lini ment. Sufferers from rheumatism, sciatica, neuralgia, sprains, etc. should always keep a bottle of "Yager's" handy as its penetrative qualities quickly bring relief from pain. At all dealers. Price 35 cents. The large bottle of Yager's Liniment eon tains twice as much as as the usual 50c bottle of liniment. dacious, and that place is within her own four walls. The gentlewoman naturally strives for distinction in dress, but she will not go to the length of wearing things so unusual in char acter and design, as to make her con spicuous hi public. But within her home it is different. From any cor ner of the world inspiration;? may be carried out in boudoir gowns and in underthings ; the airiest fabrics, the most daring color combinations, the richest embroideries and extravagant ly unique designs are at her service. Just now China and Japan are fur nishing alluring things with wonder ful possibilities for boudoir wear. The big fringed shawls of crepe de chine, embroidered with incredible fineness in the most brilliant colors, make neg ligees that only need to be draped on the figure, the drapery sewed in place, and the robe thus made provided with a fastening. Like a great many neg ligees, these gorgeous affairs presup pose a warm climate or steam heat. But the .laps are sending over padded and quilted ccats that are cozy, in lovely colors and prettily embroid ered. Milady cannot be hampered by considerations of climate, when she lets her fancy roam and the negligees and underthings shown in our pic ture take no thought of the cold. Long and graceful lines and exquis ite coloring in the negligee pictured, confirm our belief that of all clothes, negligees are the most beautiful. It j is of shot blue satin and rose chiffon, with delicate stitching in blue and gold. One can hardly imagine it worn over anything more substantial than undergarments like those pic tured with it. These are of chiffon flowered with rosebuds and a touch of blue. Satin in pale blue makes the fluftings and val lace with French flowers add their parts to the dainty assembly. Black chantilly lace is an innova tion in negligees and underdres"s, but it is sponsored by more than one au thority. All of which goes to show that in the seclusion of her home, nothing is too extravagantly unique for the lady of today. Pretty Vagaries of Millinery GILBERT BROS. & CO., Baltimore, Md. Cuticura Heals ItchingBurning Skin Troubles AlldrwnriBta: Soap 25. Ointment 25 and 50. Talcum 25. sampia eacn free ol "uuucura, Uipt. t, lloitoo." i x nnrn Sail for 50 Ttut. FOR MALARIA, CHILLS AND FEVER Aks s Flat Gcairtl Strtnctkenlif Tonic At All Dra Storw. Why Pay More Bicycles. $35.00 Tires 3.50 Writt QUEEN CITY CYCLE CO. Charlotte, N. C. For CROUP, COLDS, INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA Mothers should keen a iar of Brame'a Vaoo- I aaDth S&Ue comrenient. When Croup, Influ- or ltienmonta threatens this daltahtftil aalTe rubbed well Into the throat, chest and Oder the arms, will relieye the choking, break congestion and promote restful sleep. Mm 8 wax hot sum wt clothes M. SO. ul 11.30 at .11 in, .tor., nr u. .-...M K. ftlrmme DruK Co. N. Wllkesboro, N. C. jaw-Mom 32 Alcohol 150 Min. Chlo. to Oz. EZIT Almost Instantly Millinery for midwinter is like au tumn leaves the most colorful and brilliant of all the year's pageantry. Designers give free rein to fancy when he time conies to grace the heads of fair women for the gayeties of holiday times and all that the midwinter sea son brings in the way of entertain ment. This year they are reveling in the most gorgeous materials, gold and silver tissues and laces, mock jewels, beads, spangles, brocades, embroid eries everything rich and splendid that they can lay hands on. The eternal feminine has not changed since Tennyson sang "the splendor dear to women." But this brilliant effort is the swan song of winter millinery after it, and already edging in with it, come the plain and simple demiseason hats ; the prelude to spring styles due to make an early appearance for the benefit of great numbers of southern tourists. Who but a designer of millinery would ever think of interpreting the lowly coolie hat In fine lace? But the designer's judgment is vindicated, for the hat at the top of the group shown in-covered shape shows a little bunch of grapes and a rose, posed with all the assurance in the world, at the top where the queen of flowers has a right to be. The rose needs this promi nent position to be seen at all for what observer will be able to get be yond a pair of eyes that must be looked into behind a veil of lace? Gold cloth with applique of figures in black silk cord makes the rich hat at the left of the group. It suggests the Orient, too, with ifs odd, flat tas sel of feathers that fall like a fringe at the side, and it belongs in the com pany it appears' in, being of the same cr aracter as the coolie hat. Even street hats reflect the gorge- ousness or tne moae. 'ne narrow- brimmed sailor at the right of satin has a rich-looking band of silver braid about the crown and a silver-gray veil that lures our thoughts to veiled la dies ?.n far lands, even wTith a pair of frank American eyes behind it. REVIEW: THE TRAINING OF PE TER AND JOHN. GOLDEN TEXT Ye shall be my wit nesses. Acts 1:8. SELECTION FOR READING I John 1:1-9. PRIMARY TOPIC Two Strong Friends f Jesus. JUNIOR TOPIC Witnesses for Jesus INTERMEDIATE TOPIC Steps In the Training of Peter and John. SENIOR AND ADULT TOPIC Quali fied to Serve. A good way to review the lessons of the six months' course of study in the lives of Peter and John will be to ar range them under three heads, as fol lows: I. Their Call; II. Their Train ing; III. Their Service. The first half of the studies, the part we have now completed, have had to do with the calling and training of Peter and John The last half, the lessons for the first quarter of 1920, will have to do with their service. I. Their Call. 1. To be disciples (Lesson 1) John 1 :29-42. Before Christ trains for service he calls to salvation. 2. To be fishers of men (Lesson 2) Mark 1:14-20. It would seem that after their con version the disciples had gone back to their trade of fishing. Those who are called by Christ unto salvation should go back to their ordinary call ings in life, if they be honorable, until he definitely calls them into special service. II. Their Training. 1. Jesus in Peter's home (Lesson 3) Mark 1:20-39. Christ's entry into Peter's home and the healing of his wife's mother showed to his disciples that he was a sympathizing Saviour. 2. A lesson in trust (Lesson 4) Matt. 14 :22-33. The pressing and abiding need of the disciples in their ministry was to trust the Lord. j 3. Peter's great confession (Lesson 6) Matt. 10:13-24. j The Lord had been revealing him self in various ways to the disciples. He now examined them to see what they knew about himself. Peter, as spokesman for the rest of the disciples, confessed both the Messiahship and Deity of Christ. 4. Witnesses of Christ's glory (Les son 7) Luke 9:28 36. The disciples were offended at the revelation of the cross; their hopes were shattered because they could not see beyond the cross. The transfigura tion convinced them not only of his es sential glory, but gave them a fore- gleam of his triumph in his coming kingdom (II Peter 1:16-18). 5. Jesus corrects John's narrowness (Lesson 8) Luke 9:46-56. The disciples needed to know that all who are really doing the Lord's work, casting out devils, and casting them out In Christ's name, should be received into fellowship and bidden Godspeed. Religious Intolerance is displeasing to Jesus. 6. Jesus teaches true greatness (Les son 9) John 13 :1-16. The truly great are those who take the lowest place in service for others 7. Peter and John asleep in Geth- semane (Lesson 10) Mark 14:32-42. Though Christ was suffering the aw ful agony in the garden, his disciples were asleep. Because they did not watch and pray, they failed in the hour of temptation. 8. At the trial crucifixion and resur rection of Jesus (Lesson 11) John 18:15-18; 19:25-27; 20:1-10; 21:15-19. Peter's presumptuous self-confidence kept him from heeding the Lord's warning. He played the coward and even indulged in oaths. Note the steps In Peter's downfall: (1) Self-confidence (Mark 14:29). Jesus had just told them that all of them should be offended, but Peter was determined to show the Lord that he was mistaken in him. (2) Failure to watch (Mark 14:37). Self-confidence is always fol lowed by unwatchfulness. One who thinks himself strong will go to sleep. (3) Failure to pray (Mark 14J:38). It Is the one who realizes his weakness who always seeks the communion of God in prayer. (4) Zeal without knowledge (Mark 14:47). Peter thought now to make up for his lack of watchfulness and prayer by out ward acts.. Many today are equally foolish. (5) Following afar off (Mark 14:54). Christ's rebuke of Peter for his ignorant zeal cut him to the quick. He was not ready to forsake him, but followed afar off, no doubt wondering what would be the outcome. (6) Warming himself at the enemies' fire (Mark 14:54). (7) Open denial (Mark 14:66-72). No organs of tne human body are bo ! Important to health and long life as the kidneys. When they slow up and com mence to lag in their tiSties, look outl Danger is in sight. Find out what the trouble is with out delay. Whenever you feel nervous, weak, dizzy, suffer from sleeplessness, or have pains in the back, wake up at once. Your kidneys need help. These are Bigns to warn you that your kidneys are not performing their functions properly. They are only half doing tVioii- wrrlr nnd are allowicz impurities to accumulate and be converted into nnV ro(K ann other Doisons, which distress and will de stroy you unless they are driven from your system. Get some GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules at once. They are an old, tried preparation used all over the world for centuries. They contain only old-fashioned, soothing oils combined with strength-giving and system-cleani-ing herbs, well known and used by phy sicians in their daily practice. GOLD MEDAL. Haarlem Oil Capsules are im ported direct from the laboratories ia Holland. They are convenient to take, and will either give prompt relief or your money will be refunded. Ask for them at any drug store, but be sure to get the original imported GOLD MEDAL brand. Accept no substitute. In sealed packages. Three sizes. IN EVERY STABLE SPOHN'S DISTEMPER COMPOUND is the one indispensable remedy for contagious and infec tious diseases among horses and mules. Its success as a preventive and cure for DISTEMPER. PINK ETE, COUGHS and COLDS for more than twenty-five years is the highest tribute to its merit as a medicine. It is en dorsed by the best horsemen and live stock men In Amer ica. Buy it of your druggist. SPOHN MEDICAL. CO., Goahen, Ind., U. S. A. A woman seldom laughs at a man's jokes unless she has pretty teeth. Dr. Peery's "Dead Shot" is not a "lozenge" or "syrup," but a real old-fashioned dose ot medicine which cleans out Worm or Tsi worm with a single dose. Adv. You can doubtless mention a number of persons who took too much In cluding yourself. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOItIA, that famous old remery for infants and children, and see that it Signature (MSi In Use for Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria When a man and a woman both have broken hearts the woman gets all the sympathy. KEEP IT HANDY New Terms. The toast at the breakfast table was rather dry, especially the piece little Joseph got. He surveyed it In cop- cern for a minute and turned to th maid who was fixing his oatmeal Milk it, Mary, milk it," he com manded. TONIGHT! Take "Cascarets" if sick. Bilious, Constipated. If you paid a specialist $25.00 for a prescription, you would not get any thing that would give quicker relief for Croup, Catarrh, Colds, or Sore Throat, than VACIIER BALM, which only costs 23c in jars, or tubes. Write for Samples and Agent's Prices. Beware of imitations, L. W. Vacher, Inc., New Orleans, La. Adv. Enjoy life! Straightej? up! Tour system is filled with liver and bowel poison which keeps your skin sallow, your stomach upset, your head dull and aching. Your meals are turning into poison and you cannot feel right. Don't stay bilious or constipated. Feel splendid always by taking Cascarets occasionally. They act without grip ing or inconvenience. They never sick en you like Calomel, Salts, Oil or nasty, harsh pills. They cost so little too Cas carets work while you sleep. Adv. VASSAR GIRLS DRESS DOLLS Accidents in Everyday Life. Though not generally known, it is a fact that from two to three times a? many fatal accidents occur in Ameri can homes, streets and roads each year as in the industries of the coun try. As the death or incapacitation of a skilled workman. has the same effect on industry whether the acci dent occurs in the shops or out of them, the national safety council con siders itself almost as vitally inter ested in public safety as in industrial accident prevention. We lost 50,150 men in the war, and in the same pe riod 126,000 persons through accident. Scientific American. Logs Set Afire by Friction. The curious spectacle of great logs set afire by friction of their rapid de scent in a long chute was witnessed recently in the mountains of Washing ton state. Logs of exceptional length were needed for special water-front piling, and could be found only at a great height. The chute down which the cut timbers were slid was over a mile long, and the big sticks attained a tremendous velocity. One that "jumped the track" on the way, shat tered a 24-ln. oak tree In its course, without material damage to Itself. Popular Mechanic? Magazine. Students at Famous College Revive Old Custom for the Benefit of Neighborhood Children. People who have been brought up to believe that college girls are In evitably of masculine type might be interested to know that the students at Vassar college are at present in the midst of a doll-dressing contest. Nor Is this contest a new event at Vassar. Every year shortly before Thanksgiv ing 600 dolls are bought by the Chris tian association and distributed among the students to be dressed In time for Christmas for the children of the surrounding neighborhood. At an appointed time the dolls are assem bled by their respective owner? and placed row on row for Inspection. The best-dressed doll Is selected and her owner rewarded with a prize. This custom has been observed at Vassar for many years, tor the last two years, however, it has been omit ted, owing to the exigencies of war work. But now that those services are not needed the work has been taken up again with an added Inter est and enthusiasm. Safety First. A prominent manufacturer said, the other day, to one of fas workmen "Learn to keep your temper, my friend. Believe me, nobody else wants It." Ladies' Home Journal. His Excuse. "I'm going to strike!" asserted the farm hand. "There's too dod-busted much work around this place!" "But you seem to do very little of It," we severely said, "so why should you strike?" "It makes me tired to see anybody else yaw-w-wn ! working." he re plied. Kansas City Star. Nervous? Restless at Might? Ever Have Headaches? How about your daily cup of coffee? Suppose you try a change to Reaching City of Fortune. Would you reach the city of Fortune! Catch the car marked Perseverance. Position in Life. Your position in life is high or low as your ideals are high or low. Strength of the Soul. The soul that is not strong in soli tude is not strong in a crowd. Frankness. stem This delightful cereal beverage possesses a fine coffee-like fla- ! 1 f .1 l vor, dui nas none or tne Harm ful after-effects thru coffee so often prevents ous, red-blooded health. leSs, too. Made by Posttim Cereal Company, Battle Creek, Michigan which m vigor-Costs e n i