The Colony Enterprise (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 13, 1920 Page: 3 of 10
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THE colony BNTERP»I»«
Syrup of PIpF*
(By REV. P. B. riTXWATER, A A.
TMohir of BnciUh Blrio In Uw Moody
Blblo Institute of ChlooKO.)
(Cosjrrtffct, llll. WW»r» W»w«MWt Prisa-l
Loavenwortb. Ind.—Mr*. Hannah
Faro, of this town, wrlteo: “About
Ms poors ago I began the «ae of Cardal
for female weakness. I Buffered snob
fearful beerlng-down pains at... It
oeemed like something waa Just preen-
ing OB tha top of my bead asd It
burned llko Are. I waa, Indeed, a
“For four pears I couldn't do mp
housework. I waa In bed moat of
the time. ... I got so discouraged,
and at times I wanted to die, I was la
so much pain. At times I hurt all
ovor.... At night I waa restless sad.
couldn't aloep. I bad no appetite, la
fact was a mlaerp to myself and overp
"I continued In this condition until
finally I began Cdrdul .. Took
Oardul regularly until I took a number
of bottles. It cured me. I cannot say
too much for this treatment, and high*
Ip recommend It to others."
For more than forty pears Cardul
has proven beneficial to suffering
Tour druggist sells It. Try It I—Adv.
We cannot afford to contlnui
i hotel, and we must hav<
ishedbe'fimnd bis tojury deeper than I our ^wnhom^Toumust lookup.
and Irene was summoned responsible dealer whoso advice w«
■ can trust In a matter of tble kind.
U me uruw—. «. ‘ And waa It remarkable that Irons
u i philosopher; said his life'* work! Hardy should think at once of the flm
wee done end be wee Just as glad to I of Coaward * Bldent It was not. 8hf
go IntiM harness: ths estate should I bad. Indeed, been thlnklngof a mem
sawsr as sr f
really love that bop out 1 wanted very much to meet him again;
LESSON TEXT-1 asm. Td*ll
OOL.DEN THXT—Prepare your hearts
pause; tha life of the patient was at! Irene,
stake. When tha operation waa fin* | lining at n
he supposed. i--------
from bar heavy aloep that morning to
attend ble bedside. He talked to her
OHAPTM VI11». Ceminiiedi
, The outcome was that Mrs. Hardy
insisted upon Iran# embarking at once j
hpon n finishing counts. Afterward
(hey traveled together for a year in
hurope. Than bom# again, Irene pur
pued her art, and her mother sur-
rounded bar with tbs social attractions
which Doctor Hardy's comfortable In-
unto the Lord and serve Mow—l lam. fit
ADDITIONAL MATERIAL-! Sam. SUL
' PRIMARY TOPIw-A Boy Who Became
* JUNIORMtopio-A Or oat Loader Stay-
ins. *, _____________
j glad to I of Coaward fi Hldent It waa aot. 8hf
ths aetata should I had, Indeed, been thinking of a mam
...__there waa his Ufa her of that firm ever sir**
third would he for her. I to move to the West,
INTKRMBDtATB AND OENtOR TOPIC
-Victory Thieush Prayer, i
TOUNO PEOPLE AND ABUL/T TOKO
-QualincaUoae (or Leadorehlp,
In our last lesson wa law Ureel’e
overwhelming defeat and fb* toptura
of the ark by tha Philistines. While
they triumphed over Unreel, they did
not triumph over leraeTo God.
Through the presence of the erk God
was working among tbs Philistines.
L The ark at Ashdod (8:14). It wed
placed lo the heathen temple aloogalde
of Dagon, with the expectation that
tha ark would be destroyed*! showing
that Dagon was mlghtlar Ufa God,
but Dagon was humiliated a broken.
Besides this ths people wesfi afflicted
with emerods, or hemorrh-sde. show-
ing the hand of the living Qod ®P°tt
them In Judgment
2. The ark at Oath, <8sT-»). Haro
Immediately the satfty dreadful die-
ease- broke out Jhat had afflicted the
Ashdodltea, eccdmpanled with grant
Accept “California" fiyrup ef
only—took, for the name Callfern
the package, then pea are anre
child la having the beet and mo*
lose physic for the tittle stomach
. She hoped
....._______J outlive her I "And If you
toothful Infatuation and would at I Weet marry him.
P^Vk |b b more suitable match, give Tl---““
her heart to ooe of the numerous ell-1 reconciliation between
glbUe of her circle. I end her daughter,
- this end Men. Hardy I her loos very much to heart
.m. to (mm owtttoiw »
she was curious to know how the years
Tha sudden bereavement wrought a I had fared with him, and h« curiosity
-----j Kb, Hardy I was not unmlxed with a finer eeutl-
.M tor Urn (MW**
5?3I &3SS?WJ5! LsfM&Sft SlJSS
mother had grown to hope that thf I some income, on which his family had I e® • t t0 ^ ajtuft.
old attachment had dlad down and I iiwmd In luxury. That It waa unequal1 ^Thatimve a new turo t «« icua^
would presently be quite forgotten In I to the strain of providing for them in I tlon. Irens had J doubted
a new and more becoming passion, that faahlon and at the earns time ac-1 J ■^SThZdwsnted^hlm to be so
thlTact I. that Irene nt that time cumulating n rmerve toroach*I to^ wheth-
would hava bean quite lucapeble of I eventuality as had occurred was > | «houid wish to marry Dave;
athttng her rotatlon toward Blden and matter vtalch his widow could scaroo-1 JJ#8Jad allowed herself to doubt
Its Influence upon her attitude to lira. I |y overlook. I ... ^ wnnid wish to marry her.
She was by no mean* sere that she I Her health had suffered a aeverol _ ^ expected to rather
loved that sunburnt bop of romantic .hock, for beneath her detentotlon alto I Jecroti^^tad w
memory; she waa bp no means sura I f«it as deep a regard for her late hue-1 _wlth the culture and knowl-
♦to.* .h. ahnnid n» mamr him. let I hand .. wu Dosslble In one who 1 opment—wun «• ...
and bowels. Children love Its fi
testa Full directions on each la
Tafc mat any "California."—Adv.
No woman woald ever quarrel
a man If it were not for the plei
of making It up again.
Willing Idleness bp itch or pm
of a ban*” and on# of the leading J dy grieved for herself^, Jt was
He Knows Best
Hostess—You can’t dance? Nou-
•enset I saw you danctug with Mias
Jones the other night
The Oueat—Yes, and she hasn’t
•poken to mo since.—London Tlt-Blts.
from through ell these years. Doubt-
lees he continued to wards' the
prophetic office during this time, but
now be Is appointed to the office of
Judge., Mpo. He asked the P*9p»e to
turn to the Lord with ell thsir heart*
Irene had gone with Carlton to tha I
theater; afterward to supper. It was |
long past midnight when she reached
home, She knocked at her mother’s
door and immediately entered. Her
heir was disheveled and her cheeks
wars flushed, and she walked unstead-
ily across tha room.
“What’s tha matter, Irene? What’s
the matter, child? Are you tick?" j
cried her mother, springing from her
“No, Tm not rick," said the<glri bru-
tally. "Tm drunk I"
; "Oh, don’t eay that," said her mother
soothingly. “Proper people do not be-
come drunk. Ton may have had too
much champagne and tomorrow you
Bill have a headache—"
"Mother I I have had too much
champagne, hut not a* much ae that
precious Carlton of youra had planned
for. I Just wanted to see how^ des-
picable he waa, and I Boated down-
Ci.____Z —JAW hi.** mm #mm ma T AfiPfid.
From the ■very Srst It helped me. -By the
rime 1 had taken 16 bottle* my cough left
sne entirely? I have gained In strength
and flesh and am now In perfoot health.
—Mrs. Alice M. Huntley, IB No. Peart
•t., Galesburg, 111.
Build up your system and give It a
chance to flght oft disease. Milks Bmul-
don costs nothing to try and It has dons
ths work for thousands of others.
Milks Bmulalon Is a pleasant, nutit-
riv* food and a corrective medicine. It
restore* healthy, natural bowel action,
<4olng away with all need of PUM and
physics. It promotes appetite and qulekty
puts the digestive organ* In shape to ae-
•imitate food. Aa a builder of floah and
ctrength Milks Bmulslon is Strongly ree-
cm mended to those whom sickness has
weakened, and Is a powerful'aid In re-
doing and repairing the effect* wast-
ing diseases. Chronla stomach trouble
end constipation are promptly relieved—
usually In on* day.
This Is tha only solid omulston made,
and so palatable that »t taiaten with a
emoen like tee cream. Truly wonderful
for weak, sickly children.
No matter how severe yeur case, you
are' ursed to try Milks Emulsion under
this guarantee—Take si* bottles hams
with you. use It according to direction*,
and If not satisfied with the result* your
money will toe promptly refunded. Pries
dte and tl.X) per bottle. The Milks Bmul-
don Co., Terre Haute. Ind. gold by drug-
Shoes at |14 a pair can’t seem to
firing back gattera.
1 struck for shore. Oh, we made • I atar^ an(j Hie young woman, who waa
scene, all right, but nobody know me I praaant with her mother, felt herself
there, ao the family name la safe ana I aBddenly pale with the thought of
you can rest In peace. I called a tan. I g -^gt prospect
and when ho tried to follow mo te I „0h x eafM n#Tef 1|T# there!” lira.
wasn't It? . . . And that a what l
you want mo to marry, In placa of a ^ (pm-migt smiled. “Ton will
■K b«w «. cto«M«
mortification and oscitoment. Her remarked, drylrs "And
To abort a coU
and profOMt cm
er and decided to attaca tnem wnuv
UD|V?Ths Intaroeaslen ef fiamiihl. (w.
** The Israelite! urged fiamqel to pray
to God for them, instead of trustlag
i to the arh for dellveraace they now
' looked to Qod. gamuel accompanied
I hts interceaaloo with a burnt offering,
1 showing that he looked for acceptance
i tfa the ancrtllce of another, even Christ,
through whose offering n way ef a«-
ceae was opened onto God.
V. The Vletory Over tha NMIIstlnee
(fThla 'was> the result of Ood’a lutorpo-
si tlon. "The Lord thundtrod with a
■rest thunder on that day and
filed them." The men of Israel fol-
lowed up this ad vantagetaimto com-
plete victory that the Pblllatlnea did
not couie back to J»ur "•.‘J*
daya of Samuel. The Lord will flght
our bettlee It we put our treat in him;
no enetur can stand before the Al-
Tell You flow
Nevertheless ho stoop nign in we ^ iQlt the correct
and his father waa something of a which nieaaed Mrs
power In th# financial world. As the I ___ niuch—“If you don't, I
reflect upon tho silvering head of tha the good laiftr had no option. Bhe ac-
mother of Mrs. Carlton. I cepted the ritnatlon with ths resigns-
“Go to* your room." ah# said at tlon which she deemed to be correct
length “Ton are in ao condition to I uudor auch circumstances, but the
niktosiiht. I must gey U la a shame I boundless prairies wore to bar ao much
tost rollin' » wFfor II ovSEg desolation and ugUnoss. Irena gath-
without drinking too much and mak-1 a rad that her mother did not approve
SFe scene . What wlllMr. of prairies. They were somethin* new
Carlton think of you?" to h.r Mf.. ;nd lt ws.. groatty « b.
"If ho romambara all I told him I auapactad that they ware Improper.
V«T w,n'f*Cr,.1 mUthr>w"cholM'M<i c‘l(. with It, w.tl-dr—M, pnwrv
my own Now I am in «I mannered people, Its public eplrtt, its
nneittnn to ludss There will he noth-1 aggressiveness, Its churches and thea-
talk a^nt ln the momto*. I tare and schools, its law tad order,
iffliifttifm Oirlton's unit to too ftiftin I tto tftoniooo totit iftir
ilrt ^ wiu slv# the whole Incident to the real Weetl rincore, earnest; crude,
oST1 SSmISS.MUI M vmM mm I »«« »•
SSSre-STRiTfiS? •* sft“J?Ea,ey
A ChUd can Follow Directions
and get Pfirfgct Reaults
lDach package of ,----- -
contains directions ao simple that aiqr
woman can diamond-dye e neW„ rich,
fadeless color Into worn, shabby gar-
ments, draperies,- coverings, whether
wool, silk, llnon, cotton or mixed goods.
Buy “Diamond Dyes"—no other kind
—then perfect results are guaranteed
«ven If you have never dyed before.
Druggist has color card.—Adv.
Men have been arrested for taking
things aa they come.
monad a car, and In a few minutes hie
clients were looking over the property
which he had recommended. Mrs.
Hardy was an amateurish buyer, her
tendency bring alternately to excess
of euutton on one side nnd reckless-
ness on the other. Gonwurd's manner
pleased her; the houso he showed
pleased her, and sho waa eager to have
It over with. But ho was too shrewd
to appear to encourage a hasty decl-
■ton. Ho did not seta* upon Mrs.
Hardy's remark that tho houso seemed
perfectly satisfactory j on tho con-
trary, ho insisted on showing other
houses, which he quoted at auch lin-
possible figures that presently the old
lady waa In a feverish haste to make
a deposit lest some other buyer should
(TO BB OONTINTJED.)
Observation ef Oil BeH FhlleeepHef.
A scientist has just discovered that
fish are intelligent We had observed
also that they don’t bite on everything
that nemos along.—fiaxter Dittoes.
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Ramsey, H. C. The Colony Enterprise (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 13, 1920, newspaper, May 13, 1920; Colony, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc937839/m1/3/: accessed February 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.