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Knowledge afid Practice of
Correct Dally H bit the
Constipation is a condition affecting
a1 classes of all people and cah be
permanently relieved only by acquir
m ng habits of regularity.
The most natural time for the elim
ilatite Process is in . the morning
hen both the muscular and nervous
systems are relaxed by sleep and rest.
When relief does not come readily, it
I an excellent plan to take a mild lax.
idive at bedtime. Cathartics and pur.
atives, that by the violence of their
(riek action shock and disturb the
e. stem, should not be employed.
An effective laxative remedy that is
vnry dependable, and which does not
:ripe or otherwise disturb the organs
m'volved, is found in a combination of
sonple laxative herbs known as Dr.
Ov.ldwell's Syrup Pepsin that can be
)ught at the drug store for fifty
'nts a bottle.
Mrs. C. C. Allen, 216 Foam' St., Now
hi)nterey, Calif., wrote to Dr. Cald
VIll that she "found Dr. Caldwell's
"yrup Pepsin. just what was needed
I n constipati9n and distress of the
IWhat? Yo' calls Rastus Johnsing
brave man whats afraid of nuthin'
"Dat's de kind of a pusson I always
took Rastus to be."
"Lemme tell y6' something. Rastus
wots at do ball las' night, an' when
(1 trouble started he didn't have
ruthin' but a safety razor."
To Fortify The System Against Grip
wlian Grip is prevalent LAXATIVE BROMO
QU1iNINE should be taken. as this cornbination
cr Quinine with other ingredients, destroys
.t. maacts as a Tonic and Laxative and thus
4.a. p- the system in condition to withstand
Crl iJs Grip and Influenza. There Is only one
rOMO QUININU." R. W. GROVE'S sig
4.utre on box. 'so.
0!volyn-How old is Mabel?
iEdithe-Twenty-four her last six
Ec-Zene Kills Eczema.
i.et us prove it. Accept no substitute. If
rDruist does not. have it write to
Zene Co., f '"aul, Minn.-Adv.
uen play at ball and
Idren fold their arms
-a are best for liver,
One little Pellet for
man whQ is will
C'r~ ut o 16 days by PAZO UOW~tNTte
,i ,wra ee!fralform of Piles. Druggists
lapan is proud of her- emperor be
a ise he is a zealouf soldier and a
true son of the people.
1Hav. it on hand
Streinus, Stiff Ndek,
Chiblair 3, Lame Back,
Old kres, Openr' Wounds,
anid all Eat~rnal hIuries.
Madeo Since 148. A'sisibody
Price' f~e L60e and *1.00
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TIRY THEI( OLO RELIABLE
CHIL L TONIC
A FiNE B N A&i'NGTHENINGTONic
M4Ail BALS MA
A u 1' cxtoring Color ~
St a *oaarFglta
BAC~ A CHE , RHEUMK
Kidney, 133 adder 'and iUric Acid trou
bles bring fiseiry to many. .When
thto kidnuvn ijpre weak or diseased,
thosenatnnural) iath'rs do not cleanse
tho Miood 8iumcen~tiu. and the poisons
are' carried to ill parts5 of the .bOdy,
There follow <epression, aches and
Itains, -em b uadnoa, droesiness. irrits,
bility, headachesp, chilliness and rheu
mnatisila, in stome peoplo there are sharp
pain the back jpd loin, distressing
1,1 a er disorders >id sometimes absti
nato drpysy. The uric acfdisometi mes
tori cinto gravel .or kidney stopes.
Wie h uic acid strfeeta the muscles
and'jftt ft causes lum -go rhemia
tisM ,g~4or scilitica. Thf~I tm 1a
~to~'~.Y., 19e for harp.etaJ' '
ag e W '1 L 1t , I 1 t A B U WI
MRS. C. C. ALLEN.
stomach after eating. It should be in
Get a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin and keep it in the house to use
when occasion arises. A trial bottle,
free of charge, can- be obtained by
writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 203,
Washington St., Monticello, Ill.
Rev. George R. Lunn, the new So
cialist mayor of Schenectady, was con.
gratulated on his election.
"The people have confidence in the
honesty of my party's policy," he said.
"Our opponents tried to put our prin
ciples in.a false light, but the people
couldn't be -fooled. They knew that the
opposition's animadversions on our
principles were as misleading as the
bachelor's description of his Sister's
"Asked to describe this new arrival,
the bachelor replied:
"'Um! Very small features, clean
"shaven, red-faced and 0 very hard
THICK, GLOSSY HAIR
FREE FROM DANDRUFF
Girls! Beautify Yodr Hairi Make it
Soft, Fluffy and Luxuriant-Try
the iMolst Cloth.
Try as you will, after an application
.of Danderine, you cannot find a single
trace of dandruff or falling hair and
your scalp will not -itch, but what will
please you most, will be after a few
weeks' use, when you see new hair,
fine and downy at first-yes--but real
ly new hair-growing all over the
A little Danderine immediately dou
bles the beauty of your hair. No differ
ence how dull, faded,- brittle and
scraggy, just moisten a cloth with
Danderine and carefully draw it
through ypur hair, taking one small
strand at a time. The effect is im
mediate and amazing-your hair will
be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an
appearance of abundance; an incom
parable luster, softness- and luxuri
ance, the beauty and shimmer of true
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's
Danderine from any store and prove
that your hair is as pretty and soft
as any-that it has been neglected or
injured by careless treatment-that's
"It's a scandal the way women dress
nowadays. Our grandmothers never
wore any such immodest garments."
"Perhaps not, but I'd be willing to
bet that your grandfathers made just
as big a fuss over the things they did
wear as you men do about the present
Important to Mothers
.Examine ;carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants -'and children, and see that it
In Use for Over 30 rears.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
'On the Roof Garden.
Jiggs-My half brother is engaged
to my wife's half-sister.
Jaggs-When ,will they be made
Cutting Wns ande Dust. t Rstores,
reo for alil Eyes that Need Care.
Murine Eeoo oeques o., Chicago,
Love is a disease that most girls
catch as often as they are exposed.
Affection in dIress indicates a flaw
in the intellect.
iTISM AND DROPSY
eaten, and even from some vegetables.
The poor kidneys got tired and back
ache begins. This is a good time to,
take "Anuric," the new discovery of
Dr. Pierce for Kidney trouble and Back
ache, Neglected kidney trouble is
responsible for many deaths, and In
surance Company' examining doctors
always test the water of an applicant
betere a policy will be issued. Have
Toil ever set aside a bottle of water
fef twenty-four hours? A heavy nedi
iflatt or settling sometifmes indicates
kidney trouble. If you wish to know
pony7 4odiion send a aample. of your
w~te' tpPr.Pierce's Invalids' Hotel,'
Bmft 4q'. n deserbe:sy1ntoas
Jt I ;*~niti4 wthout 'anyiex
p a ~P teo1o bt
PROGRESSIVE PROGRAM OUTLIN
ED AT FARMERS' UNION CON
ORGANIZE AND COOPERATE
Nearly Every County in the State Is
Represented at Meetings.-Some
Columbia.-Speakers addressing the
conference held in Columbia under the
auspices of the South Carolina State
Farmers' Union stressed the necessity
of organization and co-operation
among the farmers and business men
of- the state if the agricultural re
sources are to be developed to the
highest point. Practically every coun
ty in the state was represented at the
meetings, which were held in tha
chapel at the University of South
Carolina. H. T. Morrison of Char
leston county, president of the union,
presided at the sessions.
President Morrison made a short
opening talk emphasizing the great
necessity of organization and co-opera
tion among the farmers. He gave
some instances of actual co-operation.
The Citrus Growers' association of
southern California, he said, has been
doing a very large business on a very
small paid up capital. "Carloads of
oranges," he said, "are sold while
rolling. Fruit is sold through the
agency for the benefit of all its mem
bers, thereby securing the benefits of
genuine co-operation." An outline of
the work of the Scott County Cotton
Growers' association in Arkansas was
sketched by the speaker, giving their
plan of co-operative selling of cotton
and cotton seed and showing advan
tages of same to the individual mem
bers. Instances of the loss to the
farmer through lack of information
and lack of co-operation were given by
Mr. Morrison. -
Passage of a series of resolutions
intended to aid in the betterment of
agricultural conditions in the state
market were adopted at the night ses
sion of the conference. The session
was held inftiediately following the
address at the state house by Clarence
The purpose of the state warehouse
system was outlined in an address by
John L. McLaurin, commissioner. He
explained the system of grading cot
ton. He said that the warehouse sys
tem should be further developed and
a selling agency established as a part
of its work.
The farmers' conference adopted
Re-election of John L. McLaurin as
Act for Torrens system of regis
tration of land titles.
Continuation of appropriation for
cattle tick eradication.
Creation of a system or rural
Appropiation to meet the terms
of the Lever bill.
Some provision for combating the
ravages of the coming boll weevil.
A bill enlarging the scope of the
state bureau of marketing.
Governor Names Delegates.
Columbia.--Gov. Manning has ap
pointed the following delegates to the
12th annual conference of the nation
al child labor committee, to be held in
Asheville, February 3 to 6: The Rev.
Z. T. Cody of Greenville, George B.
Cr-omer of Newberry, John Porter Hlol
Ils of Rock Hill, 'the Rev. A. T. Jami
son of Greenwood, Joseph A. McCul
lough of Greenville, J. Whitner Reid
of Columbia and W. Ii'. Stackhouse
.Coast ArtIllery Company Ready.
Spartanburg.. - The Spartanburg
Coast Artillery company, fully man
ned and officered, awaits offical recog
nition from the office of the adjutant
general of South Carolina. The fol
lowing permanent officers have been
selected: - J. M. Wallace, captain; J.
Hertz Brown, first lieutenant; J. N.
Wright, second lieutenant; Allen
Rdgers, secretary and treasurer.
Guard Appeals to Soidne.
Columbia.-The necessity for an ap
propriation of $25,000 to reimburse
the federal government for property
shortage was stressed at two sessions
of the National Guard Association of
South Carolina. A committee was
appointed to confer with the ways
and means commuittee. "It will-be the
last call for the National Guard if the
legislature fails to make the appro
priation," said one of the members.
Thirty officers attended the meeting.
Governor Manning and several othiers
addressed the association.
The following officers were re
elected at the night session: Maj.
Patrick J. Drew of Barnwell, presi
de'nt; Maj. R. F. Watson, of Green
ville, first vice president; Maj. A. H.
Silcox of Charleston, second vice
president; Maj. J. Shapter Caldwell
of Columbia, secretary; Capt. A. C.
Doyle of Columbia, t'ieasurer, and
.ret Bartley Bull, South Carolina
naval militia, recorder.
'T'he members .of the , legislative,
domnittee are: 1Maj.. ( F. Watson,
JJ b aldwe1lld J
(By E. O. SELLIbRS, Acting Director of
the Sunday School Course of the Moody
Dible Institute of Chicago.)
'Copyright, 1916. Western Newspaper Union.)
LESSON FOR JANUARY 30
THE LAME MAN LEAPING.
LESSON TEXT-Acts 3.
GOLDEN T'EXT-Peter said, "Silver
and gold have I none: but what I have
that give I thee. In the name of Jesus
Christ of Nazareth. walk."-Acts 3:6 R. V.
The coming of power (chapter 2) Is
soon tested outside of the circle of
believers. It Is put to a public test, is
tried as to its efficacy physically, I. e.,
has the Holy Spirit power physically
as well as over the spirits of men?
1. The Appeal to Peter and John, vv.
1-10. Following Pentecost the disciples
seem to have continued their accus
tomed mode of life. (1. The apostles
and worship (v. 1). As yet, and in
deed for ,many years to come, there
was no particular separation of Jews
Praying men like these two leaders,
Peter and John, continued to fulfill
their temple duties. The ninth hour
was the prayer hour, the hour of sac
rifice (Ex. 29:39, I Kings 18:86.
All true approach to God must be on
the grounds of sacrifice (John 14:6,
Heb. 9:22) and we must remember
that this hour was the one at which
Jesus died for us, our sacrifice (Heb.
Emphasize the need and importance
of worship and prayer.
(2) The afflicted one (v. 2). This
man had been there often and made
his usual appeal; his expectation was
limited to material aid (v. 6); he may
or he may not have been familiar with
Christ and his teachihgs, but some
thing unusual was about to happen be
cause the two .to whom he appealed
really knew God and on them now
rested this new power in the world.
(3) The apostle's response (vv. 4-7).
Peter took a good look at the man
(v. 4). Peter was changed by a look
(Matt. 16:7). What he saw was the
man's fundamental spiritual need.
(a) Demanding the man's undivided
attention, Peter gave the man what he
had not-not what the man wanted or
Peter's words, "Look on us," and
Paul's "be ye followers of me" ( Cor.
4:16) are in no wise egotistical, but
In each case the fearless appeal of a
man wholly God's, men conscious of
the endowment of power, trying to
seize the wavering wills of men that
they might point them to Christ.
(b) Peter aroused the man's expect
It is usually men lacking in silver
and gold who give to the world its
greatest blessings and highest good
(I Cor. 4:11).
Every effective Christian worker
must base his appeal upon the facts
of a personal experience (I. Pet. 4:10,
11). (d) Peter bade the man to do
the very thing he (humanly) could not
do, but the thing which, "in the name
of Jesus Christ" he would be able to
(4) The result. (1) Upon the man,
There is no doubt as to the complete
Dess of the cure (v. 8). He had
"strength;" was "lifted up" from his
former position of weakness; he
"leaped" (literally, ecstatic joy); ho
"walked," continuous activity; and he
"worshiped," thanksgiving and renew
ing of strength. (2) Upon the people.
(a) "All the people saw." They may
not have heard or comprehended the
words of Peter, but they did witness
the transformation, (b) "They took
knowledge" (v. 10), they began to ob
serve, even as the world always does,
the one who professes his faith
in Christ? (c) They were fillied
with "wonder and amazement" (v.
10), they could not understand.
No more can the world of today
(see I Cor. 1:18, 23) really compre
hend the Christian, There was no
guesswork, however, about this mir
acle, and, of the people who witnessed
it and were so filled- with wonder and
amazement, many were converted
The miracle served to get for the
gospel a good hearing and it accom
plished Its purpose (Rem. 1:16).
II. Peter's Appeal to the People,
vv. 11-26. Notice it was the man who
attracted the crowd, not Poter or John,
.for he eagerly held the disciples while
the crowd gathered (John 5:10, 11).
This may suggest the weakness of the
man's faith in that he depended upon
Peter and John rather than upon Je
sus. (1) Peter seized this opportunity
(v. 12) and begari his salutation by
taking advantage of their curiosity.
Peter eagerly turned their thoughts
from himself unto Jerius. Hie wished
to divert attention from himself and
used the miracle for the double pur
pose of glorifying Jesus Christ and to
convict these men of their sin.
Verses 13, 14,-I5 contain the charges.
whereof Peter and John were "wit
nesses." They ivere not to look upon
"us" as though they had done any
thing, nor was it some new God of
whom they witnessed (V. 18). The act
of the crucifixion, he grants, may have
been consummated in ign ace (y.
17), but since God had raased Jesus
fram the dead, anid this doctrine of
the resurrection was new, therefore
they ought. to repent even though
their acts were Is accord with prophs
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