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Throw away your
your clothes-it gives
you a backache to look
at it. Use RUB-NO-MORE
CARBO NAPTHA SOAP.
No rubbing required.
Clothes on the line;
quickly-fresh, sweet j
CARBO NAPTH A :
SOAP should be
use<I freely for
. washing: the finest i
fabric, it does no !
harm to it and 1
Carbo Disinfects Naptha Cleans !
Carbo Naptha Soap Washing Powdci '
Five Cents-All Grocers
The Rub-No-More Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Ww Shoe Polishes
GILT EDGE ihe only lediea' ?hoe -Irroina that poa]'
threly contain! OIU Black? and poUihea ladies* and
children . booti and ino?, shines without rub
bing. 25c. "French doss." 10c.
STAR combination (or deaning and polishing al] Lindi
cf tuart ot lan ihor*. 10c. "Dandy" tue 25c.
"QUICK WHITE" (in liquid form with aponge)
Ouicltly cleans and whitens dirty canvas thoo.
BABY ELITE combination for gentlemen who laka
pride in having their tho?* loolc A'l. Restores color and
luttre to all black thoo. Poliah with a bruih or doth. 10c
"Elite 1 tize 25c.
Il your dealer docs not keep the kind rou want, tend
m thc price in Hamp? For a full tize package, charge* paid.
WHITTEMORE BROS. ?k CO.
30-3* Albany St. Cambridge, Mas*.
The Oldest and Largest Manufacturen af
Shoe Potiihtt in thc World
Women's &??"? it
M lases, Boys,Child ron
$1.00 $1.75 S2 S2.SO S3
B.g.n Bu.ino.? In '
1670; now th.
IfC.lt m.ur ot
" *. st? .s.e. s
lr. Lfcr .alu C
DotLflaa chou ls 19IS over XS 13.
This lu the reason wo elvo you Uta
Bullio valuos tor ?3.00. t3.Au. S4.00
anti noi??i3u>bMiiliJK ibo
enormous IncrcaM In tue coat ot
learner. Our standard* nava
not boon lowered ana ibo price
to y ou rem alna ibe same.
Ask your dealer to show you
tbs kind af w. L. Douglas aboca he
lu soiling fer S3.00. 13 Su, Jc.iDand
Sc.50. You will then bo convinced
that W.L.Douglas shoes axe abso
lutely Rjigoodcjoihor makes sold at
higher prices. Tho only dlilcrence
is ibo price.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Hone ganbtn. without W. L Dotulu' nama
.tamped on thc bottom. If W.L. Uouirlai
itioei are not far Ml? tn your vternliy. enter
clrtet from factory. fibce* for every member
th. family at all price?, poAi??a fr...
'rile for ttluitraltc <m.log ahrmfnir hov?
u order hr mall. W. L. DOUGLAS,
310 Spark Street, Brockton, Ma?*.
Its Moral Advantage.
"There is going to bo a great moral
reform side to Ibis freak fashion of
wearing pink and purple hair."
"A woman won't have to lie about
Its being all her own."
Putnam Fadeless Dyes color moro
goods than others. Adv.
Extreme of Wisdom.
Utmost wisdom ls not in self-denial,
but in learning to lind extreme pleas
ure in very little things.-Ruskin.
Failing strength, increasing nerv
ousness, aches and pains, depres
sion, "blues"-these and the other
symptoms of the irregularities of
the delicate female organs have
fallen to the lot of a vast multi
tude of women.
STELLA-VITAE has brought
blessed relief to many thousands ol
women during the last thirty
years. To girls just maturing into
women, to young wives, to
middle-aged women, to women
pasting through the critical period called
"change-of-life"-to women of all ages,
STELLA-VITAE has been indeed, the
"Star of Life"-giving them strength, hope,
freedom from pain; giving them HEALTH.
MRS. D. S. HAMILTON, Milner, Ga.,
says: "It gives me pleasure to testify to
tho benefit which both my daughter and
myself have derived from STELLA
VIT AE. The doctors qt our neighborhood
had treated my daughter without success.
One bottle of STELLA-VITAE, in three
weeks' lime, completely \:ured her. My
own health has been restored by STELLA
We want to PROVE to you that STELLA
VITAE Will do as much for you. To
INDUCE you to TRY the first bottle, we
authorize, YOUR dealer to REFUND
YOUR MONEY if that first bottle does
not benefit you* .
Can YOU lose anything under this liberal
offer? Can WE gain anything unless
STELLA-VITAE really helps you?
AFTER you hav# been CONVINCED,
buy six bottles for $5.00 and CONTINUE
treatment undi you are . weU woman
Thacher Medicine Co,
OF UNITED SUTES
BUREAU ANNOUNCES CALCULA
TIONS OF DEPARMENT
OVER 88,000,000 \ PEOPLE !
Figures Show Increase of Nearly
Seven Million People in Last
Washington. - Continental United
States now has a population of moro j
than 9S.P00.OO0 people while the coun- j
try with its possessions is peopled ?
with more than 109,000,000 persons,
.the census bureau announced. Cen
BUS experts have calculated that the
population of continental United
States on July 1, 1914, will be 98,
4*1,324, against 91,972,266 on April j
15, 1910, when tho last census waa j
taken. For the United States and
its possessions they estimate the pop
ulation this July will be 109,021,992,
compared with 101,748,269 in 1910.
Estimates for cities under 100,000
haTe not been announced.
Among the cities for which esti
mates of 100,000 population or more
are made as of July 1, 1914, are the
Birmingham, 166.154; Los Anpeles,
438,914; Oakland, 183,002; San Fran
cisco, 448,502; Denver, 245.523; Was>
ington, 353,373; Atlanta, 179,292; Chi
cago, 2,393.325; Indianapolis, 259,413;
Louisville, 233,114; New Orleans, 361,
221; Baltimore, 579,590; Boston, 733,
802; Detroit, 537,650;; Minneapolis,
343,466; St. Paul, 236,766; Kansas
City. 281,911; St. Louis, 734,667;
Omaha, 133,274; Newark, 389,1*06; Al
bany, 102,961; Buffalo, 454,112; New
York (including) 5,333,537; Bronx
borough, 529,198; Brooklyn borough,
1.S33.696; Manhattan borough, 2,
536,716; Queens borough, 339,886;
Richmond borough, 94,043; Rochester,
241,518; Syracuse, 149,353; Cincinnati,
402,175; Cleveland, 639.431; Colum
bus, 204,567; Dayton, 123,794; Toledo,
1S4.12C; Portland, Ore.. 260,601; Phil
adelphia, 1.657.S10; Pittsburgh 564,- ?
S78; Beading, 103,361; Scranton. 141,
351; Memphis. 143,231; Nashville, !
114.899; Dallas, 111.986; San Antonio, I
115,063; Salt Lake City, 109.530; Rich- !
mond, 134,917; Seattle. 313.023; S po- i
kane, 135,657; Tacoma, 103.41S; Mil- I
Estimates of the population of tho
united States on July 1, 1914:
Alabama, 2,209,945; Arizona, 239,
053; Arkansas. 1.686,180; California,
2,757,895; Colorado, 909,537; Connecti
cut. 1,202,688; Delaware, 209.S17; Dis
trict of Columbia, 353,378; Florida,
S-18,111; Georgia, 2,776,513; Idaho,
395,407; Illinois, 5.986.781; Indiana,
2.779,467; Iowa. 2.221,755; Kansas, 1*
784,897; Kentucky. 2,350,731; Louisi
ana, 1,773,482; Maine. 762,787; Mary
land, 1,341,075; Massachusetts, 3,605,
522; Michigan, 2,974,030; Minnesota,
2,213,919; Mississippi, 1,901,882; -Mis
souri, 3,372886; Montana, 432,614;
Nebraska, 1,245,873: Nevada, 98,726;
New Hampshire, 438.662; New Jersey,
2.815.663; New Mexico, 383,551; New
York. 9,898,761; Ncrth Carolina, 2,
339.452; North Dakota, 686,966; Ohio,
5,026,89S; Oklahoma, 2,026,534; Ore
gon, 785,239; Pennsylvania, 8,245.967;
Rhode Island. 591,215; South Carolina,
1.590.015; South Dakota, 661,583: Ten
nessee. 2,254,754; Texas, 4,257,854;
Utah, 414,518; Vermont. 361,205; Vir
ginia, 2.150,009; Wai -lgton, 1,407,
S65; West Virginia. 1.032,910; Wis
:onsin, 2r446,71G; Wyoming, 168,736.
Admiral Badger Praises Sailors.
Washington-High praise as accord
ed Rear Admiral Fletcher and his of
ficers and men who participated in
the occupation of Vera Cruz in a gen
eral order issued by Rear Admiral
Badger, commander-in-chief of the At
lantic fleet. Admiral Badger report
ed the order to the Navy Department.
"The occupation of the city of Vera
Cruz, Mexico," it read, "commenced
on the forenoon of April 21, 1914, by
the Naval forces of the United StateB,
having been successfully concluded."
Tho commander-in-chief desires to
congratulate Rear Admiral F. F.
Fletcher, U. S. N" in command of the
United States naval forces on shore,
and the officers and men of the land
ing forces and of the cruisers for
their gallant conduct The gallantry
and expiditlon of the officers and men
?ngaged in this enterprise undertaken
on the spur of the moment arid in the
face of adverse conditions was in
keeping with the traditions of the ser
vice, and should the cool-headedness
of the bearers of the stars and stripes.
"The commander-in-chief wishes to
congratulate Rear Admiral Fletcher
on the perfect working of the plans
perfected by him In anticipation of
Just such an emergency. The orders
for action came with unexpected sud
denness and at a time when the naval
force off Vera Cruz had been reduced
by the exigencies of the service much
below its usual strength, but there
was no delav. The landing w.\s un
dertaker. Immediately with tho means
at hand ard before the arr'eal of tho
re-enforcing vessels the cuBtoms hou?e
and that portion of the city essential
to its occupation were occupied.
T SIT UP
Now Does Her Own Work.
Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegeta- i
ble Compound Helped Her. j
Ironton, Ohio. - " I am enjoying bet- j
ter health now than I have for twelve !
years. When I be
gan to toko Lydia EL
Pinkham's Vegeta- j
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could not sit up. I j
had female troubles |
and waa very ner- '
vou3. I used the
remedies a year and
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and for tho last eight
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Pinkham's Vegetable Compound enough '
for I know I never would have been as
Well if I hud not taken it and I recom
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Daughter Helped Also.
"I gave it to my daughter when she
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school and was a nervous wreck, and j
could not sleep nights. Now she looks j
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If you have the slightest doubt
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? ?a n ilTPfft Men tolenrn barber trade.
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Friend-Eggs coming down.
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HEAL YOUR ITCHING
SKIN WITH RESINOL
No matter how long you have been
tortured and disligured by itching,
burning, raw or scaly skin humors,
just put a little of that wonderful res
inol ointment on the 6ores and the suf
fering stops right there! Healing be
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getB w ell so quickly you feel ashamed
of the money you threw away on tedi
ous, useless treatments. Prescribed by
doctors for nineteen years.
Resinol ointment and resinol soap
also clear away pimples, blackheads,
and dandruff speedily and at little
cost. Sold by all druggists.-Adv.
A mother is seldom a heroine to her
Housework Is a Burden
lt's hard enough to keep house if in
perfect health, but a woman ?rho is
weak, tired and suffering from an aching
back has a heavy burden.
Any woman in this condition has good
cause to suspect kidney trouble, especial
ly if the kidney action seems disordered.
Dean's Kidney Pills have cured thou
sands of suffering women. It's tho best
recommended special kidney remedy.
A MARYLAND CASE
M I a a Lnolnda
Price. Eleventh St..
Laurel, Md., saya. "I
s re med to have
dropsy. My feet and
hand? wero swollen
a*?d there wera ter
rlblo patna In my
ack. I couldn't
Jeep well and for
one whole winter,
could not pet out. I
doctored, but noth
ing helped me until
I uaed D^an'a Kid
ney FW? Eight
boxea II .ide ma
Gat Dom's at Aar Store. -Ic . Bes
FOSTCR-MILBURN CO, BUFFALO, ti. Y.
(\.y Iv O. SK LU-: KS, Director of Evening
I'. [>:. r?ttK'iU, Tlio Moody liible Institute,
LESSON FOP. MAY 3
THE PRODIGAL SON.
T.KRSOX Ti:XT T.uko ir?:ll-32.
GOLIlKN TKXT-"I Will arise and pro
tn my father, and will Pay unto him,
Father, I havo s.nix'il against heaven, and
lu thy slslit." Lukii ir,:18.
T%e parables of Jesus aro marvels
of unity and condensation, yet no nec
essary detail is omitted. This, per
haps his most famous, is no excep
tion even though it does carry a dou
ble lesson. Who thinks of the older
brother when this story is mentioned?
Though designated the "Story of tho
Prodigal," wo need to remind our
selves that tho word "prodigal" never
once occurs in tho story. Tho open
ing sentence speaks of a father and
of two sons. It is really the parable
of a perfect father, the unveiling of
tho truo heart of God. Against that
background is set off a self-centered
son lacking in natural affection. Also
alongside tho wayward son ls tho mis
erly, selfish one who lacked all the
Kood qualities of his brother, but who
was truly a wanderer and out of har
mony with God the Father. In tho j
background wo seo the citizens of
tim far country who helped this young
Jew to his place of want, famine and
degradation. Remember, it is our
Lord speaking to Jews. When the
Gentiles of tho far country' sent him
to feed swine they insulted him by j
compelling him to get his living !
through an occupation instinctively
First Fruit of Sin.
The father makes equal' partition |
"divided unto them." (V. 12) though
neither son had a right to demand a
partition of his estate. At the bot
tom of the son's request was a desire
fco have his own way-to be independ- j
ont of God. lie did not go away from ]
home at once, though bis heart was
already in tho "far country."
i. Into the Far Country, vv. 13-16.
Fun is the first fruit of sin, and that
thc son readily found so loug as his
money lasted (Heb. 11:25). Rut the
consequences followed closely on its
trail, for when he had "spent all" he
^Stegan to he in "want." There aro
many attractive things about this !
young ma;*., but those qualities .were i
perverted, they tacked control, they j
wero good servants but bad task- i
masters, lt is not always physical, j
temporal want that conies to the sin- ]
ner, there are deeper and moro in- j
tense longings-soul want and soul
hunger. These always como to tho
KOUI away from God. Peing In want j
does not mean that a man's will has |
hoc n subdued. Some prodigals in tho j
most abject temporal need are as
proud as Lucifer, and boast of their
rebellion. So ho "joined himself to a
citizen of tho country." Ho did not
helong there-tho citizen did. He was
sot to tho most degrading task im
aginable for a Jew 'ceding swine.
Like a Lost Sheep.
M. The Homo Coming, vv. 17-24.
Tho first stop was for the son to stop
and really think. That is where sal
vation always begins-in thinking. He
knew he was lost, e. g., out of adjust
ment, in the wrong place, out of his
element and like the lost sheep,
"ready to die." He saw his condi
tion, money gone, friends gone, hogs
for companions, no food for his sus
tenance. Ho Baw his value. Ho was
moro important than tho servants of
his father's home. Ho saw his fath
er's love, already manifested in what
had boon given him and we fain would
believe that when he left homo he
\ had the father's urgent plea to re
turn. He saw a way to escape from
his present position. All of this after
he "carno to himself." Before that,
impenitent, ho was morally insane,
now he bas reasoned, Isa. 1:18. With
I his reasoning also carno the deter
mination to make a full confession.
"I will say unto him," not alono con
fess his need but the fact that he had
sinned. This is the only way for a
sinner to como to God, Ps. 32:3-5;
I John 1:9; Luke 18:11-14. He did
not stop with resolving but "he arose
and came to his father," v. 20. Ho ex
pected to apply for a servant's posi
tion, but never had the opportunity
for the father saw him "a great way
off" and "ran and fell on his neck and
kissed him." Notice thc kiss of recon
ciliation was given beforo ho even had
a chance to confess. In his confes
sion his first thought is that he had
sinned against God and then against
his earthly father. The father had
not onco forgotten him; he "had com
passion" even though the son was un
merciful to himself and to all of his
loved ones. The father kissed him
before ho was washed or otherwise
Neither of the sons aro perfect but
he who uttered tho parable was him
self tho true son of the father. Ile
never departed ?rom his father,
wasted his father's substance, nor
brought discredit upon his name.
Jesus was in full sympathy with his
father's heart for he welcomed the
wandering publicans and sinners to
himself, took the journey into the far
country to And the wanderers and to
bring them home. Christ's mission
was to bring many "Bona to glory"
(Heb. 2:10), -which means restoring
the wanderer and fulfilling in him th?
perfectness of sonship. >
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AWgetaM* Preparaci?n far Aa -
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Millie-So you loved and lost, did
Willie-Oh, no, indeed! She re
turned all my presents!-Town Talk.
HOW DO YOU GET UP?
Heavy and cluggish? Try taking a
couple of Wright's Indian Vegetable
Pills upon going to bed. Costs you
nothing for trial box. Send to 372
Pearl street. New York.-Adv.
All Do lt.
"I understand lie's writing a plajT."
"Oh, yes. Everybody has to go
through that period of life."-Detroit
Mr. Warren C. Cares, 108 So. Ohio ?
Ave., Columbus, Ohio, writes as fol- j
lows: "I suffered intensely from !
Eczema which covered my body
and arms. After trying three physl- ,
cians and one skin specialist and 29 ;
different ointments and lotions, I ac
cidentally learned of Hancock's Sul
phur Compound and Ointment. I tried
them and the first application gave me
Instant relief from that awful itching.
I persisted in their use and in one
week I had hardly a trace of the erup
tion." If any reader questions this
testimonial as not being bona fide and
unsolicited, an inquiry sent to the ad
dress above, enclosing postage will
convince anyone beyond question.
Hancock's Sulphur Compound and
Ointment are sold by all dealers. Han
cock Liquid Sulphur Co., Baltimore,
But They Both Get lt.
Some people jump at conculslons;
others are more leisurely in making
their mistakes.-The Pelican.
To stop bleeding use Hanford'B Bal
The averago man wants to do all
Ole Binning for his family.
^?HIllMffll HI JJ
$ ONES IN
and they show the effect of unnatt
.ches, dimneii, hot flashes? pain
These symptoms indicate that Nata
lng, lack of exorcise, and other cause!
outside aid stoat be called upon to re?toi
Dr, Pierce's Favc
The Vegetable Remedy for Woman
and irritability and removes other dis tr?
tiona of the delicate feminine organism.
For over forty years lt hoe bee
the yoong, middle-aged and the elderly
will find it of great benefit Sold by Me
.end Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., 60 <
DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT
Mon, reamlAte tb? liver, and li
Juicy and "sweete
you want. If you
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4sW ihm Tr uni
For Infant^and 0hildrcn.
lie Kind Yon Haye
"Hunt's Cure" is guar
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if Hunt's Cure fails to cure
Itch, Eczema, Tetter, Ring
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C?L0SSEL IS DANGEROUS
nm! la ni'lug displaced nu\r in man; sections of tho
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DR. G. B. WiLU&SSS'
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These pills rtlnio'.jto tho llvrr and Bowels elthont
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Pelt its Eve Salv?
W. N. U" CHARLOTTE, NO. 18-1914.
? ? ? ? ? a ? ?
en juooit Old
irai sufferings-of headaches, fesck
a in lower umba, pains in groins,
re needs help. Overwork, wrong dresa
i have been too much for nature-and
:e health, and strength.
i's Ills that relieves nervous exhaustion
issing symptoms due to disturbed condi
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-by wives, mothers and daughters. Yon
dicine Dealers in liquid or tablet form, or
jne-cent stamps for trial box by mail.
PEXUSTS Believe constipa*
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ir dealer does not sel MOON SHINE
for yon. Manufactured by
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