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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. CHIEF
CHANGE OF LIFE
For Women Who Rely upon
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
.Greenville, Pa. "I took you.' mod!
cir.c through the Change of Life and it
did wonuer.1 for mo.
I wa3 down in bod
when 1 started to
take it and weighed
95 pounds. I had hot
flashes and wua bo
nervous and weak
would net black and
I could not oce. I
would ait and cry and
did not know what I
wi3 crying for.Sinco
I have been takintr
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound 1 feel vountrcr than I did ten
years ago, and my friends all tell mo
1 look younger, and I owe it all to tho
vegetable compound, f do all my House
work for n family of seven no w.I will be
glad to answer any woman who writes
mo in regard to my case." Mrs. John
Myers, G5 Union St., Greenville, Pa.
Many letters similar to this have been
published testifying- to tho merit of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. They are sincere expressions
from women who describe as best they
this well-known medicine.
Many times they state in their letters
their willingness to answer women who
write them. It is an oiTor dictated by
gratitude and a deriro to help others.
.. Not Me," SaldHer
In entering a playhouse unc evening
the doorman asked me for my ticket,
mid I si! I1, "The man behind lin It."
You ran Imagine m, feeling when
I ie man behind replied. "Not me."
My husband had stopped to tall; to
mine one and 1 had walked right In. -
Watch Cutlcura Improve Your Skin.
On rising and retiring gently smear
the face with Cutlcura Ointment,
Wash off Ointment In live minutes
with Cutlcuru Soap and hot water. It
la wonderful what Ctilleurn will do
for poor complexions, dandruff, itching
n nd red, rough hand!!. Advertisement.
Fancywork Her Forte.
I toes juur wife do any fancywork?"
asked a Ictlm.
'Taney work V She won't even let n
porous plaster come Into the house
without crocheting a red border round
It mid running a yellow ribbon through
Most of the things that are to be had
r the asking benefit the giver more
than the receiver.
Courtesy opens many doors and lack
of courtesy leaves them open.
A sure, safe
way to end
In one minute you can end the pain of
rrmove the came frlttlon-prcs'ure.
You risk, no Infection from cutting, uo
Janacr from corrosive fields.
7lno-piilJ protect while they heal.
Thin, antifcptlc, waterproof, isizes foi
cora, callouses, bunloni. (let n lx
MjJe in the laboritottrt of The Scholl
Mil Co, makets el P' Si4o.Tr I cot
Comj or I AppUancei, Arth SLpporti.rX;
Put one on the pain is pone!
When you arc constipated,
not enough of Nnture's lu
bricating liquid is produced
in the bowel to keep the food
waste soft and moving. Doc
tors prescribe Nujol because
it nets like this natural lubri
cant and thus secures regular
bowel movementsby Nature's
own method lubrication.
Ntdol is a lubricant not n
medicine or Inxntivo so cannot
gripo. Try it today.
A lUBRtjANT-NOT A LAXATIVE
IT, fli mil vk iiavWBft km I U N tl ll JS
K 18 n ' 1 k avwiVi J 1 1 B I Nk rcira
urn !y at am n" lersmH
3Jiow Hats of Varied Types;
Lace Adorns Alluring Gowns
Ai.OT of things happen along to
i.iUe Hie Joy out of life, hut n
lot i ither things have bappened this
civnti to Mild ,ov to I;. Among these
b.ipl'i n iiK are the mv hats shown
r ii, 'iiner wear. They are Joyous
ntid lovely affairs' calculated to make
nin1 lorjjct a bitter moment or a hud
U'l ii lor iiniii',
livery woman loves nd w It ti good
leiiMin, a wide-brimmed, giiielous
model. IlUe the flue inllaii shown at
t'n top of tit- group. It has a doinl
faf.'ri: of black vcl'rt about the
under bilm and n delightful Utile
frill, nf line val lace, at the bilm
Group of Pretty
edge. A band of velvet about tbr
crown makes n hnckground for two
gorgeous (nipples and a little line
foliage at each side.
The bonnet-like shape at the left
makes ue of crepe treoryette for Its
shirred top crown, folded collar and
plain brim coverlm;. Strands of
liialiues, matching it In color, are
braided and lie about the brim, ending
In a long scarf at the right side',
where three blossoms aie posed. The
pretty poke nlnipp, at the right, cov
Of Lace and
eied with crepe do chine with a liratd
lacing has a sank with loop anil Innu'
ends fulling from the brim where a
mige rosette of flowers Is placed Hat
.igulnst the shape. Helow at tho left, a
tailored hat of leglion straw Is
trimmed with bands and ornaments of
plaited, faille ribbon. The spirited
sports hat, that finishes the group,
has a flexible crown made o? bias
folds of white sntln mid a plain brim
Ii 'JS'W ;' i
111 fk l
,,"VS-3I Wli$&'$Mf'Jl -M?6, IS 39
tde orated with silk embroidery lr
three blub colors.
As oiu as women Inve patrlclar
ItiMlncts the.v Will love good bice
and do them honor by choosini
them for their hum! alluring dioes
And If one's needs call for only otu.
j formal gown, It W the part of wWilon-
to choose lace frir It, or lace In com
blnatioti with another fabric of equal
chi. one of those satisfying govviu
In which lace and crepe tie chine sol
one another off, Is presented here.
Wide lace tlouiiclnc makes a part of
((be fabrl displays everywhere and II
Is shown In many colors. In the gowl
pictured it Is used for an oversklrt, I
trllle fuller than the underskirt 01
crepe tie chine, ami hanging stralgh'
to the ankles. It also forms a cleverl
designed drapery for the short-sleeved
lip-over bodice of the crepe de chine
This drapery Is In the ettect of i
bertha at the front and a cape at th
hack. The bodice has uo girdle hu
groups of shlrrlngs at the front am
back serve to suggest one. A very loni
touting panel of the crepe de chin'
(alls from it cluster of gorgeous sill
Crepe de Chine.
tulips at the side. Imagine this guwt
In sand color or In Cleopatra blue, It
cocoa or gray with host! and sllppen
to midjii; In any case you will be un
decided as to which Is tho handsomest
l. 1923, Wenlctn Ntwipaptr Culun.)
IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
f Lesson '
(By M'V V U, KIT. WAT lilt, d. r
Ten. tier of KiikIIkIi Hltiln In llio Moody
Hltilo lnstlttite of ChlcnRo )
Copyright 19:3, Wrtrn NrNvipr Union.
LESSON FOR JULY 8
MARY. THE MOTHER OF JESUS
tiCHs .- Ti:.VT I.tilo- i 26-38. 3(5-5C,
l:l-:o 41-... .liilm 1!) Jf,-27
UOI li:.V TP.XT Thou almlt call III-
icime .Iisiim fur lit- olmll save III poo
pie from tliuir Hltis." Mntt. 1.21
Hr.i'i:m:Nor. matukiai. Matt.
1.1S-. l.(. John i 1-11; John ll.:r.-27.
IMttMAHY TOPIC Mary iitul the
Jt'MOU TOPIC Mnry ntul the Uoy.
INTrilMKDIATi: AN'P SDNIOH TOP
IC Ni txblr Incidents In tho I.lfr of
YOt'NO pkopm: AND APUI.T TOPIC
Mary, the .Mother of Jesus.
I. Mary at Nazareth (I.uke 1 :i.T:W,
Mar j was a Jewish maid of thn
town nf Nazal eth. The first lnl'oniia
thin we have of her Is that she was
engat'-d to be married to Joseph, a
ctii'priitcr of the same village. It
seeinv thnt the custom Miuong the
Jew was for betrothal to take place
a c;it before man luge. During this
iiiterv.i the woman remained with her
1. i biiel Sent from Clod to Mary
(vv. m; :;s) It was riurlng this Interval
of beiroihal iiefote Joseph and Mary
were in-ill led that (!n sent the anel
Cabnel o (liinoiini'e unto Mary that
site whs to be Hie mother of Jesus.
Isaiah mure than 7MI years before,
propbosieil that n virgin should give
birth io a sou whose name should be
called liaiaannel (Isa 7.11). Though
nt first perplexed, she un opted the
litmtiih'ittiou fvitli remarkable courage
and (It vol Ion, To be told that she was
to be a mother was nothing startling,
for this was the normal desire of
every married Jewish woman. Under
the cliciiinstanees ulie accepted moth
erhood at a tremendous cost. She was
conscious of her virgin purity. She
knew that to become a mother under
such circumstances would expose tier
to unutterable suspicion and shame.
This was the view that certain Jews
took of the matter, for they Insinu
ated to Jesus that He was born of
fornication (John SMI). Her faith
was sinh that sh responded with
noble courage. She said, "Heboid the
handmaid of the Lord; lie It unto me
accmdliiK to thy word" (l.uke 1:118).
J. Her Wonderful Song (vv. 40-.r)0).
In her embarrassment she set out on
o visit to an elderly kinswoman named 1
Fillr.ahcth. Ilnvlng sought the sympa
thy ami encouragement of this friend,
her triumphant faith carried her be
.Mind the misunderstanding, the scorn
anil shnme which awaited her, and
! caused her soul to hurst out In this
most wonderful song of prnlse.
I II. Mary at Bethlehem (I.uke 2:1-20).
What Cabrlel announced to Mary
was now being fulfilled. Caesar's de
cree concerning taxation brought Jos
eph and Mary to Hethlehem at the
1 (iportune time for the fulfillment of
I .Mlcah 5:2. Hecnuse of the crowded
i condition of the Inn, the birth of the
i world's Saviour took place In a cave
III. Mary In Jerucalem and Galilee
Jesus, now at the age of twelve,
was a child of the law, for at this age
the child took bis tesponslbllity us u
1. Failure In Vigilant Care (v. Ail).
'hey had left the city and gone a
whole day's Journey without knowing
vhere the child was.
2. Failure Io I'nderstand Fully
Jesus' Action and Words (v. .10). No
I articular censure should attach to
this, as It Is be.voii'l our ability even
t.ow to understand all these things.
.'I. Fulluie to Properly Sympathize
v-- J 1 1 1 Jesus' Deepest Longings and
('.motions "How is It that e sought
me? Wist ye not that I must be about
my Father's business'?"
I. Failure to Perceive Her Limit of
Masterfulness. The time comes when
duty to God takes precedence over
duty to parents. .Ml these limitations
sVuld be viewed with the background
of her deep devotion to Cod. Her
whole life was lived In n spiritual at
nuKphero. She was Just the kind of
woman to whom Cod would trust the
upbringing of Ills Son. Jesus went
buck with them to Nazareth and was
subject unto them
IV. Mary at the Cross (John 10:25
This was a great trial. For any
mother to see her son tile Is n trial,
but what must It have been for this
mother In the face of all the sacred
memorlen that clung to her soul'? It
Ii beautiful to note the tender care
which Jesus In Ills dying hour mani
fested for His motlirr He committed
her to the enre of John. John ac
cepted th! responsibility of s son and
tool; tier to Ids horns.
There are few, ver few, that will
own themselves In a mistake, though
nil the world see them to he In down
illdit nonsense. Swift.
No Such Thlno as Luck.
There Is no sinii tblttir as luck. Tt'n
a fancy name for beuu alwny.s at our
dtitv. and so sure to he ready when the
ginil time comes
The'Art of Learning.
The grent art of learning Is to un
dertake but little at a time. Locke,
The AlkYear Car
law riTiiiTE5sillTBHISl nB1
fjrmm I A Ji wTiiWEV
mil J'B ilM mwEWt
Chevrolet is leading in the great shift of public demand to
closed enrs been us this company ban tho world's largest
facilities for manufacturing high-grade closed bodies and
is therefore nbto to offer sedans, coupes and sednncttcs nt
prices within easy reach of the average American family.
Six large body plants adjoining Chevrolet assembly plants
enable us to make prompt deliveries of the much wanted
As soon ns you realize that your transportation require
ments demand the year 'round, nll-wcuthcr closed car, sco
Chevrolet first and learn how fully wo can meet your
requirements nt tho lowest cost obtainable in a modern,
high-grade closed automobile.
Frices f. o. b. Flint, Mich.
Two-ram. RonrfHrr . , $510
Twl'mi. Utility Coupe K0
rour-1'au. Sedunctto . HSO
Dealers and Service Stations Everywhere
Chevrolet Motor Company
Division of General Motors Corporation
Grasping tho Wrong Sleeve.
My husband and I were going
through the 10-cent store. He asked
me to go to another counter with htm.
When I reached the counter I reached
for Ids arm and mild: "Ho you know,
todny I want to buy n wash holler."
A strange voice answered: "Do you 7" ;
Looking up, 1 discovered I was hold-.
OIK 1IIU III 111 HI II KirUIIKU Mliill. 1 Ill-ill
It outjof the store while the strange
tnnn'and his companion were laugh
ing. Chicago Tribune.
"O Happy Day" sang the laundress
s she hung thp snowy wash on the
line. It was a "happy day" because
she used Ited Cross Ball Blue. Adver
"Ah, Jerry," she sighed, "I am afraid
you aro growing cohl I Don't you re
member, dear, how before we were
married you used to sing to me: 'Kvery
Morn I Bring Theo Violets'? And every
night roses, dear?"
"Yes, Mary; I did that, honey," he
replied, wearily. "I didn't know, then,
how It was going to feel every Satur
day to bring you my envelope." Rich
Since IDOT), with the exception of
one year, Washington hns led all the
states In the production of lumber;
Oregon comes second, followed In turn
by Louisiana, Mississippi, Callfcrnla,
Arkansns, Alnbamn, Texas, North Car
olina, Wisconsin and Florida.
Krlss "I heard your wife picking
on n banjo last night." Kross "You
should hear her when she Is picking on
Your "undo" of pawnshop renown
Is n business relation.
Home baking is the
first step in home
making because the
girl who knows how
to make good bread is
equipped to do most
other cooking well.
Send for free booklet
"The Art of Baking Bread"
HV AMERICA'S HOME
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StilNOlA preserves leather as paint preserves buildings.
Quick and eaiy to uie. .rf-rJi"' B Shinei in a hurry.
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Make! Shining Esiy J5jZJ L.mbi Vool Poli.hei
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cleani around the wle and ll3i tl brilliant Shtnola thine
applet, the poliih thor- V JFfe with a few .trokw.
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Visit Canada this summer
see for yourself the op
portunities which Canada
offers to both labor and
capital rich, fertile, vir
gin prairie land, near rail
waya and towns, nt $15 to
$20 an acre long terms if
desired. Wheat crops last
year the biggest in history;
dairying and hogs pay well;
mixed farming rapidly in
Excursion on 1st and 3d
Tuesday of Each Month
from various U.S. points, elngla
(are plus $2 for the round trip.
Other special rates oiiy day.
Make this your summer outtne
Canada welcomes tourists
no passports required havo a
Krent trip and see with your
own eyes Ike opportunit lei that:
For full information, with freV
booklets and maps, write
W. V. BENNETT
300 Peter's Trait B1J.
, AotloriitJ CisiiUa fort Aft'
W. N. U.( LINCOLN. NO. 2C1923.
The ever Increasing cost, of coal has
icd to the development of a heating
stove that will burn sawdust or tho
lower grades of coal that are unsulted
in the ordinary stoves. There Is a
separate magaxiue Inside the drum
of the stove, ami this can be taken out
ami packed with fuel. A removable,
core Is placed In the magazine be
fore the fuel Is packed In, and Is with
drawn when the magazine Is replaced
In the Move. The space occupied by
this core forms a central draft open
ing through the bed of fuel.
assures a well
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1730 North Ashland Ave.
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