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PAIN NOW What Lyiia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound Did for Mrs. Warner. Onalaska, Wis. " Every month I hafi uch paina in my back and lower part of l stomach i could not lie . in bed. I Buf fered so it seemed as though I would die, and I was not regular either. I suttered for a year and was unfit to do my housework, could only wash dishes once in a while. I read an advertisement of what Lvdia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound had done zor outer women and decided to try it. It surely did wonders for me. I have no pains now and I can do my house work without any trouble at all 1 will always praise your medicine as I do not believe there is a doctor that can ' do as much good in female weakness, and you may use these facts as a testi monial." Mrs. Lester E. Warner, R. 1, Box 69, Onalaska, Wis. The reason women write such letters to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. and tell their friends how they are helped is that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound hasbrought health and happiness into their lives. Freed from their illness they want to pass the good news along to other suffering women that they also may be relieved. VICTIMS RESCUED Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles are most dangerous be cause of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking ' COLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy (or thee disorders, will often ward off these dis eases and strengthen tha body against farther attacks. Three sixes, all druggists. tak (or the um Cold Medal os every boa) and accept no imitatioa Problem to Come. Little Harry, the pride of a Brook lyn household, was one morning en gaged in a wriggling and twisting lerles of maneuvers to get his arms through the sleeve of an undershirt and then get It over his head. After a number of vain attempts he called upon his mother for assistance, re-, marking: "Mother, when I get to be an angel and have wings' how in the world tun I ever to get my shirt on?" The dying" sinner Isn't likely to be lft out In the cold. A possibility is something you want to happen, but which refuses to do so. Get Back Your Health! Are you dragging around Jay after day with a dull backache? Are you tired, and lame mornings subject to headaches, dizzy spells and sharp, stab bing pains? .Then there's surely some thing wrong. Probably it's kidney weakness! Don't wait for more seri ous kidney trouble. Get back your health and keep it. For quick relief get plenty of sleep, and exercise and use Doan's Kidney Pills. They here helped thousands. Ask your neigH- bOr I , . . , An Ohio Case C. S. Laughlin, in surance collector, 210 W. Second St, East Liverpool, . Ohio, aays: "I caught cold and It settled on my kidneys and I suf fered with backache. I had a steady, dull ache In the small of my back and now and then sharp pains weVer tnrari and triad dif ferent remedies with little or no re lhjf until I Anally got hold of Doan's Kidney Pills. Doan's cured me." Gat Doan's at Any State, 60e a Box DOAJS'S-JLV FOSTER MILBURN CO- BUFFALO, N. Y. I WWW I "Eatonic, in Four Days Did Me $20 Worth of Good" So writes Mr. Edward W. Bragg of Mecca, Ind., who., suffered from stomach troubles for a long time but could not find anything to help him, but at last had faith enough to give eatonle a test It quickly removed the excess adds and poisonous gases from the body, and the misery dis appeared. Of course,- when the cause of th trouble Is removed, the sufferer must get well. Eatonle Isqulck, sure and safe, and the lasting . benefits come In new strength, life and' pep. rou druggist will supply yon wltt eatonle at a trifling cost and every ail ing person should get It todfcy. Adv. IMF10VCD UNIFORM IlfTEIlf ATIORAL SI1NMSOI00L Lesson (By REV. P. B. FITZWATER. J. D.p Teacher of English Bible In the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago,) (, 1920, Western Newspaper Union.) LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 12 THE GLORY OF REIGN. SOLOMON'S LESSON TEXT 1 Kings 10:1-13, 23-25. GOLDEN TEXT Blessed is every one that feareth the Lord, that walketh In his ways. Ps. 128:1. ADDITIONAL MATERIAL I Kings : 1-28; 10:14-29. PRIMARY TOPIC-A Queen Visits a King. - JUNIOR TOPIC The Queen of Sheba Visits Solomon. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC The Climax of Israel's Greatness. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC Tests of National Greatness. I. The Queen of Sheba Visits Solo mon (vv. 1, 2). Her visit was the result of Solo mon's widespread fame. That which made him famous was: 1. The extent of his kingdom (4:21 25). He ruled over all the kingdoms from the Euphrates river to the Medi terranean sea, except the Phoeneel nns, but they were in alliance with him. This was the nearest to the realization of the divine promise, (Gen. 15:18), that Israel ever en joyed ; but the fulness of the promised possession shall be realized when the Greater than Solomon is king. . 2. His great wisdom (4:20-81). It excelled that of the Chaldeans, Per sians and Egyptians (vv. 30, 31). None, of his contemporaries approached unto him In knowledge. He had a singularly comprehensive mind. He was (1) a morul philosopher spake 3,000 proverbs ; (2) a poet his songs were a thousand and five; (3) a bot anist he spake of trees, from the cedar tree that is In Lebanon even unto the hyssop that springeth out of the wall; (4) a zoologist lie spake of beasts and fowl, and of creeping things, and of fishes. He was su perior in Intellect to any of his own or any other age. 3. The temple (chs. 5 and G). This was an exact reproduction of the tab ernacle, double in size. In marble and gold. The amount of labor, skill and money expended on the building was exceedingly great (I Chron. 22:14-16M Never before had such a costly struc ture appeared. 4. Royal palaces adjoining the tem ple (ch. 7). Following the erection of the temple he began the building of-j his own house. He was nearly twice as long in building this as in building the Lord's house. 5. His commerce (9:26-28; cf. n Chron. 8:10, 21). His trading ships went east as far .as the Indian ocean, perhaps even to India; and west a far as Spain. 6. Army and navy (10:20-29; cf. 0:27). Such wealth and greatness would at some time provoke opposi tion, so he put his nation Into a state of preparedness. All this greatness was associated with the name of the Lord. It was known that his fame w-as due to his relation with the living God. No one ever had a greater missionary oppor tunity than he. wealth and knowl edge may be powerful factors for the extension of the cause of Christ. II. The Queen of Sheba Astonished (vv. 3-9). After the Interview In which Solo mon answered all her questions, she was overwhelmed with his great wis dom. She had plied him with hard questions to see if he could measure op to his reputation, and found that the half had not been told her. . III. The Queen of Sheba Gives Gifts to Solomon (w. 10-13). As was the custom, she brought gifts to Solomon, the king, the gold of which was In value between three and four millions of dollars. This was a large gift for that time, but Solomon more than recompensed her. He gave her all she desired and In addition,. of his royal bounty. While her gift to him was great, his to her was greater, even In keeping with his possessions. God gives unto them who give their hearts unto him ex ceeding abundantly above all they ask or think (Eph. 3:20.). IV. All the Earth Sought Solo mon (vv. 23-26) ) His fame spread to all the earth so that the people came to hear the wis dom which God gave to him. They came with their gifts of silver, gold, garments, spices, horses 'and mules, so that sliver came to be as common In Jerusalem as stone. There Is. a time coming when the Greater than Solo mon shall be king" over all the earth, and then all the people thereof shall come to him with their gifts, and he shall give onto them of his royal bounty. Happy, Indeed, will all those be who recognize him and give their allegiance to him ! ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT. 1 AVegeiablelVeparahonfirAs M ;;it ;ndthFood bvKegula tingtheStomadisandBowgs" 'im Cheerfulness anflKcsuiouu.--neither Opiam.Morphlnenor flneral. Not NARco iw m JkcitlhStttt WormSted ClanMSagr Ifattrjitmfbitr A i,otr,f(tl Remedy fof Constipation and Diarrhoea and Feverisnnwsj resiiltin$lherefrc TM-SinuleSijnatureof Tot Cental CoWAwr. , ifii!i mm 111 T. Mil : Exact Copy of Wrapper. Self-Centered. "You have always been one of tbese ikepticnl people," remarked the re proachful friend. "I must admit," replied Mr. Grow clver. "You even said the flying machine would not be a success." "Well, so far as my own comfort or peace of mind Is concerned. It Isn't." Bors Kye, Blood-Shot Byei, WaUry Kyet, Btlcky Eyea, all bealed promptly with night ly application of Roman Eye Balsam. Adv. HE GOT HIS ROUTES MIXED Negro Soldier's Amusing Explanation as to How It Was He Got His Wound. A medical corps officer chanced upon a negro acquaintance of civil life one day in France. "How do you like the army, Mose?" he asked. "'S'ali right so far, cap'n," replied the negro, "but Ah don' know how I'm goin to like It when dem Germans shoots at me." "Don't worry about that," replied the officer. "All you have to do is zig zag." And he demonstrated. The next time the two met, the ne gro was in a hospital. "What's the matter with you, Mose?" asked the officer. "I ain't sure, cap'n, but Ah think 1 must have been ziggin' 'bout de time Ah oughtn been zaggin'." American Legion Weekly. Gloomy Prospect "I hope," said the newly-made wid ow, wiping away a tear, "that poor, dear Thomas won't be ranged with the goats Instead of the sheep." "Of course not," replied the consola tory friend. "Thomas was a truly good man." "Yes," sighed the widow, "but he would keep butting In." Taking the Sunny Side. Every street has two sides, the shady side and the sunny. When two men shake bands and part mark which of the two takes the sunny side; he will be the younger man of the two. Bulwer-Lytton. ka 'mar, i-i ,umm W mail ' "II r. k QReres no waste to touet and it saves sugar, for it contains its own sweetening No cooling is necessary and the likable flavor of this wheat and malted barley food iseoualed oiily ly itscononiy; Grocers? everywhere sell ferape'raut: Children i Yj. v"- n cj i i nil if i5 Special Care of Baby. That Baby should have a bed of its own all are agreed. Yet it is more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-ups than to use a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of -that same infant. Either practi e is to be shunned. Neither would be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases. i . Your Physician will t?H you that Baby's medicine must be prepared with even greater care than Baby's food. A Baby's stomach when in good health is too often disarranged by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, think of giving to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepared for Infants and Children ? Don't be deceived. Make a mental note of this: It is important, Mothers, that you should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of your Baby must receive special care. No Baby is so abnormal that the desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily prepared for grown-ups. MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHER'S C ASTORIA GENUINE CASTOR I A ALWAYS Bears the THg CSNTAUIt COMPANY. NEW'yORK CITY. The newest and taUest hospital In the auoauon or us equivalent requ.reo. world, now under construction. Training; For ""-ther particulars addrews school accredited by N. Y. State Educa- SITPERFNTENDENT tional department. MERELY MAKING IT WORSE Tommy Was Naturally Fearful as to the Consequences of Any More Interruptions. A very junior officer was trying his first case. "Seven days confinement to camp," he (snapped. "Peg pardon, sir," whispered the company eergeant-major. "You must n't give a sentence like that. You " "All right, then, fourteen days," re torted the sub. "But, sir," pleaded the sergeant-ma jor, "it's not" "'Arf a mo', major," Interposed the Tommy. "Don't check 'im again or 'e'll give me twenty-one. 'E ain't a horfflcer e's a hauctioneer !" Lon don Tit-Bits. The Social Instinct. "You don't seem to take the same interest In your work that you did at first," remarked Farmer Corntossel. "I take as much interest as ever," replied the hired man. "But what's the use of my tryin' to do so much work that I'll get unpopular with the rest of the help?" The Idea. Amateur Anglei1 I suppose the next thing, the fish will be muzzled. Professional Fisherman You need not worry If they ain't. They won't bite. llpli! Cry For Signature of Beth Israel Hospital Nurses9 Training Schooi Founded 1890. (Nongeetarian) offers youniy women a complt tours in nunlng and in addition puj-a them 2.1 monthly, pins kwi. Most modern facilities. Best mint ing conveniences. Three shift sys tem. Group method of treatment. Every department In medicine cov ered. Including Radium, Electro Cardiograph, etc Applicants must have had ono rear high school instruction ur Ha equfvalent. - Under the new law a short courwe can he taken by those wishing to be come TRAINED ATTENDANTS Only a complete Grammar School Beth Israel Hospital, New Yorft Bygones. "We must let bygones be begone." "I endeavor to do so. 1 no loi. give a thought to the time I want ml making up my mind how 1 would vote In the primaries." Washington Star. Sure IReSief 6 Bell-am 9 Hot wafer Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION Cuticura Soap Clears the Skin and Keeps it Clear Soap 25c, Ointmeat 25 aid 50c, Talcam 25c. 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