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No telling how soon the symptoms
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As first aid, Musterole is excellent.
Thousands of mothers know it. You
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It is the remedy for adults, too. Re
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IF you are "netting along in years"
you don't nerd to sit in a chimney
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you were full of life and vitality.
Keep your Hood rich and pure and
your system built up with (Nude's
f'epto-Mangan. and you will feel
stronger, younger and livelier than you
have for years. I Jet it today and
watch the result
' Your d-uggit has Glide's liquid or
tablets, as you prefer.
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After 7 Years of Suffering She
Got Well by Taking Cardui
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New Orleans. Ln. "I am In the best
of health." writes Mrs. Lueien Jacobs,
of 2i:2a Murals Street, tltis city. Hut
6orne time ago, Mrs. Jacobs found her
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as follows :
"When my baby was about five
weeks old, I caught cold, and was a
very sick woman from that time. I was
unable to do my work. I did not know
what lf was to feel well a day. I spent
money I tried everything, and to think
I suffered and suffered for seven long
years, lust the shadow of a woman
hanging on. not fit to do anything, just
a bunch of nerves, aches and pudns:
"I had awful hunings ln my back
find sides 1 c'.uld not rest at night. I
would hear of s iniet hing, take it. and
feel bett - ftrn little while then back
to in) o. iiest someone else doing
"Someone rold rne of Cardui, and as
I had tried so many things that had
failed. I tried it with little faith. I
soon found it was helping me, first my
nerves, then I began to gain strength.
I knew then I hud found t he right med
icine. I took It faithfully, and I grew
well and strong the nice part of it, I
stayed that way and grew stronger and
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THE FIRST FLY
"I am really not appreciated as I
should be," said the tirst house Hy
to the window - 1
T h e window-
pane paid Ilo ftt- j
entioii to the tly's .
remark. The win
dow pane wasn't I
in the habit of
'i'o be sure the
tly was walking ,
all over the win
dovv pane and Ihe :
w i n (1 o w - p a n e
might have ob
jected, l'ut the
w i 11 d o vv - p a n e
m a d e not a
It mi g h t be
w a I ked 1 1 er and
'. ' V S'a
"The First But
terfly." still It wouldn't
complain of such treatment.
"Whether jmi agree or disagree."
the 11 y continued. "1 spoke the truth."
The window --pa ne slill was quiet.
"I sui ipo-e," t he llv went on, "you
ilgree with me because von do not con
"Well. I don't think so much of your
opinion. You can't even wash your
own face. A helpless sort of a thing
"You should be old enough to do
better than that. Yes, you really ,
"Still 1 think people are very rude.
"The family in this house came
home today and they raved about all
they had seen. They spoke of the
feathery delicacy of the willow trees
which were just coining out.
"They spoke of the first butterfly
they had seen and of the lirst bumble
"They spoke of the lovely warm air
and of the soft breeze and of the
bud- opening upon the trees. They
said that even while they were out
things seemed to open up almost In
fore their very eyes.
"It seems they had been for a ride",
and coming back they were qu.fe sure
trial the buds were further opened
than they had been when they had
"And all of tiiis pleased them verv
much indeed. They said In some gar
dens and parks and along some runls
things were further out than along
"This all interested them very much.
Then 1 began buzzing about. I era vied
up the window pane - up you, my
silent friend- and then 1 crawled
"1 l!w about a little and then 1 did
6ome tine tricks. 1 brushed my legs
Plid wings and wiped off my ta'(
using my legs to assist me with my
"I thought I would be greatly ad
mired for all thi?.
"And yet 1 was not noticed. Hut
before long someone noticed me.
" 'The tirst tly.' the person said.
"'oh, dear.' said another. At tirst
I thought the second person was
speaking to me or of me affectionately.
It was nice to be called 'dear.' I hat!
never been (ailed that before.
"I twisted my right leg over- my
head and then twisted it back a-rin-
a very superior trick and by that time
thought I'd be called Marling' or
'dearest' or 'little sweetheart.'
"Hut mt a bit of Unit.
"The person who had said 'Oh. dear,'
had meant :
"'Oh. dear! how horrid to see Jl
fly. A dy is one of the things we don't
like to see brought along hy the warm
"I was trial that flat warm ieather
brought Hie. I felt glud that 1 made
the people displeased. All my mean
tlv feelings came over me which nave
been banded down to me iron; niy
grandfnt her and grandmother tlies and
from their grandfather am! grand
mother 1 1 ; os before th"in.
"I do know whether it is neces
sary to : 1 1 i . j 'before them.' I don't sup
pose grandfathers and grainlmo; hers
ever come utter
(liie. Hut t li e y
might ! There'.- no
-hows how I am
They seem to like
all the other 'first
things.' but not
the fir-t I'y.
"( Mi. weil. I don't
m i n d. My !ly
he. lit will liol ne
"Ah. I behove
1 1: ey e ; o; t, - ' o
Lie! ! he sw alter
;l : ter me. W. !l,
if t In y c.i n i-;i ; ch
'The First Flv."
me it's fair
enough, only J don't want to be tor
tured one good swat I don't mind.
".Mv tly life may be long .or short.
It doesn't matter to me. And 1 sup
pose it does matter to tl.em. as I do
spread disease. Idsease and I are
frienus. Idsease has boon a family
friend for years. Shows what we are.
I suppose, and why we're not appre
ciated. There, I'm being swatted now.
(iood by, window-pane."
Hut the window pane never an
swered. The window-pane was noted
for being very quiet.
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IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATiOXAl
(By REV. P. B. FTTZWATEK. D. O..
Teacher of English Hlble ln the Moody
Bible Institute of Chicago.)
Copyright, 1923, Western New.i"l"-r I'nlon.
LESSON FOR APRIL 22
MOSES, LIBERATOR AND LAW
GIVER I.KSSO.N TKXT- -Kxo.lus 14.10. IT.-22. i
GUUlKN' TKXT I'ciir ye not. Siaml t
8till ami see the salvation of tie- l.orU. !
- Kxotlii.s 14:13. !
KKKKKKXi'K MATKKlAU - T 'enter- j
ononiy ;t.L':-;-.s. I'saliu 11;.. M.ittn. w
17:3. Acts 7:17-11. llibrewa 11.2;:- j
I'UlMAltV TOI'H' Musts tl.e Hoy.
WTiom llod Saveil
JlXIcdi Tol'lf Moses Leads Isr.:iT
'l'hroiiKii the Ked Si a. j
INT Kl 1 ATK AM' SKXK'it
1C- II s the ilr.at l.c.ulir.
yUl'Xci I'IKd'I.I-: AMi AI'I'I .T TOI'
IO The Charaet. t of Moses.
I The Birth, Preservation and Edu
cation of Moses. (Kxodns s:l m.
1. His I'drtli (vv. His parents
were of the tribe of Levi.
2. His Preservation (vv. :-M. 'l'he
faith of his parents caused thein to ig
nore the command of ihe king and
they bid him for three mouths (He
brews 11:L';). His mother discerned ia
hint a proper child, or a child fair to
Cod (Acts T:g), and believed him to
be the deliverer of his people. Perhaps
led by the story of .Noah's ark, she
made him an ark of bulrushes and
placed Moses in it and left it at the
place where Pharaoh's daughter w ould
be attracted when she came down to
bathe. Miriam, his sister, was placed
where she could watch the affair, and
at the opportune moment she came
with a suggestion of a nurse for the
baby; securing her consent, Miriam
brought the child's mother. 1
3. His Education (vv. O ld). He was
educated first at his mother's knee, the !
place where Ids character was formed.
He was also educated at the Egyptian
court, where he became acquainted
with the wisdom of Egypt (Acts 7:22). '
II. The Call of Moses (Exodus 3). !
1. The Lord Speaks From the Hush
(vv. l-G). In the desert the Lord ap
Itfired in the vision of the burning
bush. When Moses stepped aside to
behold tlds strange tiling God taught
him the lesson of proper approach un- '
to himself. j
2. The Lord 'oinndsslons Moses (vv. ;
7-10). God assured 1dm of his active ,
Interest in his ix'oJe. having seen their
affliction, heard their cry. and known
their sorrows, and hiat he had come
dow o to deliver them from the hand
of the Egyptian through Moses as His
III. Moses' Contest With Pharaoh
(Exodus .r-12). The ten plagues reveai
the contest curried on between Moses
and 1'haraoh before the people were
set free. The tenth stroke from the
strong hand of the Almighty made
1'haraoh willing to let Israel go.
IV. Israel Crossing the Red Sea (Ex
odus 14 :M . 13-22).
1. Israel's Straitened Circumstances
(v. 10). At the Lord's direction
they changed from their first course
and were apparently in great difficulty.
The Ited sea was before them ; the
Mountains on either side. I'haraoh
with his chariots of war was closing
in upon them. In their distress they
cried to the Lord.
2. Israel's Miraculous Escape (vv.
33-22.) (1) Moses' words to the people
(vv. 13-14). (a) "Fear not." Since God
was lending them by day and by night
with the pillar of cloud and fire they
had no need of fear, even if they were
in straitened circumstances. (b)
Stffid still." Standing still In such a
trial is faith taking hold of hut's prom
ise, (c) "See the salvation of the
Lord. Phe Lord shall 'fight for yon."
(2) God's words to Moses (vv. 1.V1M
(a) "Go forward." X'o use to pray
longer when God says "Move forward."
(h) "Lift up thy rod." This served as
something tangible upon which, their
faith could rest. They v. ore 'o ;-,-
through the sea on dry ground. Hut
the symbol of God's presence now
passed to the rear to hohl the enemy
at bay. (3) The divided sea (vv. 21
22). As they went forward the very
thing which they feared became a wall
of protection on either side.
3. Overthrow of the Egyptians (vv.
22-27). Having seen the Israelites go
across dry shod the Egyptians immedi
ately pursued them, insanely thinking
that they could follow in the wake or
(bid's children. That which was a pro
tection to God's children froennie an In
strument of destruction to the Egyp-
4. Israel's Song of Triumph (l-Vl-21).
They attributed their deliverance
and the overwhelming defeat of their
enem'es to God. They could well sing
their song of triumph, for they were
on the other shore.
V. The Law Given ( Lodus 2':1 17).
God gave throngii M to :he world a
con ipleti do "I' 1 w - set ting ft rt h
duties to God and man.
; Production cf Excellence.
i Nothing is such an obstacle to tlu
j production of excellence as the povvet
of producing what Is good with ease
1 and rapidity. Aikin.
If any one will tell me how truth
may be spoken without offending some
I will spare no labor to learn the art
of it. Hp Home.
Mortifications are often more pain
ful than real calamities. Goldsmith
FOR CATARRH OF THE HEAD AND NOSE I
' I began using
three yeara ago for
catrvrrh of the head
and nose. Wa3 un-
S Mr. Frisk Parlay able to do anything.
5 OrreH, Bex 16, I saw a decided
S Nthmka. improvement after
9 Iriiiu one box and after
B Tablets or Llqnid
PLACE GUARD OVER TONGUE
"For Evil Is Wrought by Want of
Thought as Well as Want
Whet her we give oe,a-ioii or not.
ihere ale' those who in certain nioo.s
'v ill speak spitefully of anybody, and
here an- some who go about s ., i u
i v ii ot ev el y hody .
V el these cry people, even I ho-"
wllos.- lips rarely open bu' to utter
something malicious, may have g -
ness in their hearts which would pre
vent them from malicious action. If
we judge them by their deeds we may
find them no worse than their ne'gh
bors perhaps better; if we judge
them by their words we have to iori
denm ! hem se e; ely .
r.Ut in reality the least part of the
matter is thai which com-enis our
selves; ihe serious part is that which
oncenis the character of the back
biter. Tin- whole character is vitiated
and perverted hy this unhnpp; habit;
it proceed- from an entire hn-k of self
rest t aint, and can only grow from bad
io worse. 1ill the person is t slave of
the tongue instead of b"ing its master.
Society Would be unbearable if
everybody spoke according to mood,
impulse or phyi'-al condition Arthur
E. Salmon, in the Chicago liaily News.
Cuticura Soothes Itching Scalp.
( n retiring gently rub spots of dan
druff and itching with Cuticura Oint
ment. Next morning shampoo with
Cuticura Soap and hot water. Make
them your everyday toilet preparations
and have n clear skin and soft, white
STUDY SECRETS OF NATURE
Writer Suggests Effective Method of
Making Work for Hands
That Are Idle.
lc-persing clouds by magnet;, od
sand is only naif t h trick. ip,w f
make 'em is the other half. Probably
making i ioiids is the in. .re dilta iht
half although it i- only v a pir:i ' . . i on
a large -cale. It is a p- bien; in heal
and moisture. Ail the e matte:- are
sol: ,et h itlg oi. which to bu-V ihe It-
fm.te human mind. And yet smi: .u.s
of us think oi;;- satisfying -a
de.i v or is to "kill ! ime."
('Uldli'f we kill rime ipii'e as .:';". c
tively by -'udying some i .f be rets
of l.a'ure'.- Here are men who ha e
been doing ii,t ei b-et ua I -'unt- :n ; ry
ing into tin is,, secret s.
l'or w ant ..;' "nothin' to d"." ' I y
iili't w all dabble a iitiie n, ;he -ana-
I'.ls! illie': Give Us ;i hll a!"ry atld
Us go to Work with due s., f eg ils. ! s
against blow mg ourselves up May
not thousand- more of u- play at
chemistry, physj,--. mechanics llTX,
on?- St. I.ouis ilobe I lemocrat.
''allfo'-nia . .1 1 1 1 . ! . ut m- reports hav
ing overheard this conversation;
Customer Give un- 2 cents worth
of New England codfish.
'lerk W e hay e nolle t v;r Nov
England, bu' we have some from
'usf. mcr That's near oms.gh.
Gimme that. r.os-?,,n -yr.A , r; . ,
KIND and skilful Mother
Nature planted under the
outer coat of the kernels of her
best food-grains a store of iron
forhunian use. Main present
day foods are robbed of this and
other vital qualities in the extra
"refinement" of preparation.
Grape-Nuts, that iamous
wheat-and-malted -bar ley food,
supplies iron, phosphates and
vitamin from the natural ruin;
and in its splendid, well-
using five boxes be
lieve I am cured as 5
there has been no S
return of the dis- 1
ease in two years." 5
Fifty years of use- S
fulness is the best
guarantee of Pe-ru- 2
Sold Ererywhcre 5
Much Interest Being Shown in the Large Num
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The Following Letters Are Impressive
Owinp to modern methods of living,
few woman approach this perfectly
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following letters prove the value of
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" Fisherville, Ky. "For several
months I was under the doctor's care
a3 he said my nervousness, chills, hot
flashes and weakness was caused by
the Change of Life, but I did not seem
to get any better. I was not able to
work and spent most of my time in
bed. A friend called to see me and
asked me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, and I cannot
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every woman passing through the
Change of Life to take Lydia E.
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i t did so much forme." Mra.EowARD
B. Neal, Star Route, Fisherville. Ky.
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Peculiar to Women" will be sent you free upon request, Writ
to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medix-ine Co., Lynn, Blassacliusetts.
This book contains valuable information.
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rounded nutriment and easy
digestion it is a wonderful
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There's a delightful charm
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Order from your grocer to
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providing exceptional nourish
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THE BODY BUILDER
There's a Reason"
Enslavement of Negroes.
The enslavement of the African rar
for commercial purposes had ils be
ginning in southern Europe about half
a century before the discovery of
America by Columbus. It was earned
to Central and South America hy the
Spaniards, and it existed there a hun
dred years before being transplanted
to the English colonies of North Amer
ica, from a small beginning made in
Virginia the institution grew and
spread to other colonies as they were
founded, and at the opening of the
devolution there were about OMOOO
si a v es in the olonies
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A Michigan Woman Helped
Ionia. Michigan. "I was passing
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If any one in this condition doubts
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Mrs. Max'W. Haiin, oo7 N. Jelfersoa
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I read about Lydia E. Pinkharr. 's
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taking it five months I can get around
and even do my housework, washing
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can see what a change it has mad? in
me. "Mrs. Sidney Humphrey. 826
Burnet Avenue, Syracuse, N. Y.
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