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Neglect Ifnportant Func
Wo May Seriously Im.
pair the Health..
There are many people who believe
th0y suffer from indigestion when their
dtconfort really is due to a constipat
p.loat,. with its attendant mental de
rsin1; sick-headache, the belching
of +sour stomach gases, etc., are fre
quently due to inaction of the bowels.
)elieve the congestion and the trouble
i-Anually disappears. The use of cathar
tles and purgatives should be avoided,
however; these shock the system un
necessarily and, at best, their effect is
but temporary. A mild laxative is far
The compound of simple laxative
herbs known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin and sold in drug stores for fifty
cents a bottle, is highly recommended.
Mr. Benj. Ba din, 360 Madison St.,
Gary, Ind., ks Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin a nderful medicine; for four
year ad a severe case of indiges
tio d constipation before trying Dr.
,O well's Syrup Pepsin, which he is
to recommend to all who suffer
A Hero's Nightmare.
Wounded Soldier (to man in next
cot)--Charlie, I just 'ad' a most 'orri
bio dream. I dreamt I 'eard the whis
Ile to charge, and I was a "conscien
Important to Mothers
Efxamine carefully every bottle -of
(AOTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants 'and children, and see that it
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletchdr's Castoria
The inhabitants of Cochin China pre
for rotten eggs to fresh ones.
if It Fail.
For Man or Beast
Balsam of Myrrh
or Cuts, Burns,
Strains, Stiff Neck.,
2hilblains, Lome Back,
und all Fcternal Irhiuries.
lade Since 1846. ^SC nyo" i
Price 25c, 80e and $1.00 "
UihE OR WRITEI
All ueaiers e
-om~tpt h 'dief -Permane t Cure.
RtITER 'S LITTLE
. VER ; LS never
h -.'it rel y ta
t ,4;r'J'. CARTER'S
prove .gopein brighten the eyes.
6bnil fl00 must bear Signature
Nothi nqgives such quick relief from
neural a, sciatica or rheumatismi as
Yngers Liniment. It qtops pin and
allays the inflammation instantly.
YAG ER' S
Re trealxtemalsple iesttor
. At ll dealers--An eight
ounce bottle for 25o. un2
'Prepared by *
OILIERT BROS. & 00., Ino..
- Baltimore. Md.
Caused by Disease of the Kidneys
The close connection between the
heart and the kidneys is .well known
nav~adays. When kidneys are diseased,
irterial tension is increased and the
iMart funcetions are attacked. When
11p kidneyai no longer pour forth waste,
iregnic poisqping occurs and the per
Gonkdies,.andithe cause is often given
a 1eart disehse, or diseaseE of brain
Sa good' lnsunance. Again'st such
"a. rIk to setid 10: cents for a large
tr4 pak~age of "Anurio"-the latest
dd Yverf .'of Dr. Pitice, '"When yrou
iluffer frof& backache, freqtient .or
tyetrinle,rhilnatio pains here 01'
, or that ri t te 4rn-ot
with stomach and bowel trouble.
A bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin should be in every home for Use
when occasion arises. A trial bottle,
free of charge, can be obtained by writ.
ing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 203 Wash.
ington St., Monticello, IlL.
When a man pays compliments he
is never forced to eat his words.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the
original little liver pills put up 40 years
ago. They regulate liver and bowels.--Adv.
"Darling, fly with me."
"Stpy down on earth, Freddie, and
I'll c6nsider your proposal."
RHEUMACIDE FOR RHEUMATISM.
A few people still imagine that
Rheumatism can be cured by outward
applications, but the best medical
science today recognizes the necessity
of internal treatment to eliminate ex
cess -uric acid and Rheumacide does
this. Your druggist keeps it.-Adv.
Cause and Supply.
"What a fire-eater Jiggins'is!"
" Yes; accounts for his constant sup.
ply of hot air."
Eczema Seven Years-Cured by Tet.
"I had Eczema on my-chest for seven
years and the torture was almost unbear
able. One of your salesmen offered to
pay for the Tetterine if it did not cure
me. I used less than three boxes and am
entirely well." Clem Kinard, Ruffin,- S. C.
Tetterine cures Eczema, Itching Plies,
Dandruff, Ring Worm and every form of
Scalp and Skin Disease. Tetterine 60c.
Tetterine Soap 25. Your druggist, or by
mail from the manufacturer. The Shup
trine Co., Siavannah, Ga.
With every mail order for Tetterine we
five a box of Shuptrine's 10c Liver Pills
"Better interview this I4ady. Eglan
tiue," suggested the.md.naging editor
of the New York Dail Sq9ash.
"Why, she's a lin. A heh can't do
anything but cackle."
"Well, we've printed' W rse inte'r
views. Go ahead." - -a6
Says Cardul Built Up System When
Other 4t4ges Failed, Believes
It Saved Her Life.
:Hendersonville, N. C.--Mrs. M. A.
Redmon, of R. F. D. 1,' this place,
writes: "I wish to state that before
having taken Cardui, my condition of
health was all run-down, and had been
that way ever since my marriage two
years -ag' hMet .Muy 1.I. only weighed
107 pounds. My averago weight is
1Q5 ,poujnds. I1 .had .such awful pains.
at yJnfes.I'-:could l'iakdly got. .. -Ifha~d
severe. pairls in my 1Adk an;btnn
and could scarcely 4o my ork ,... I
c~ul'd not lift dhyi'igabea/y:
"In November, 1913, I began taking
Cardul. I thought I would give it a
trial though my family doctor,,
had set the date for -an examination
of me. .. I saw my improvement after
taking the first bottle. .. I am getting
fat and well, and in March this year
I weighed 128 pounds... Your'.Cardi
tonic built up my system wlen all
other medicines failed. I feel- and look
like a different person... I ani still.. .
praising it to my friends,.;, for I can
truly say I believe it: sayed. my life.
My relief from all pain has been per
If you are run-down in health and
need a tonic, take Cardul, the woman's
tonic. It will help you.
For sale by all druggists,
The prince 6f Wales has been initi
ated into the craft Qf Masonry.
This is the time of year to lobb
out for trouble! We feel weak-our
blood seems hot-no apptite.--lt's
time to clean house! This is when
the blood is clogged and we suffeu
fromn what is commonly called a cold.
Dr. Pierce's Goldein Medical Discov.
Ory purifies the blood and entirely
eradicates the poisons that breed and
foed disease. Pure blood is e'ssential
to good health. The weak, run-down,
debflitated .condition which so many~
Pe01l experience is commonly the et.
?C fiptire blood. "Medical Discov-.
G . Ily Jeanses the blood of lm
PUtI, " tin reases the activity -of
4B . LR Acting Director of
Bnle School Course of the Moody
Bible Inhtitute, Chicago.)
.(CoPYk1shtj 1916, Western Newspaper Union.)
LESSON FOR APRIL d
AENEAS AND DORCAS.
LESSON TEXT-Acts 9:32-48. (See also
Prov. 31:10-31.) 1
GOLDEN TEXT-In all things showing
thyself an ensample of good works.
Step by step the Gospel can be
traced, spreading itself, but "begin
ning at Jerusalem." Paul's conver
sion is one of the greatest evidences
of Christianity. The two miracles of
today's lesson are additional evidence
that it is of God.
I. At Lydda (vs. 32-35). Caligula,
emperorof Rome in A. D. 39, ordered
his statue to be erected in Jerusalem
that he might be worshiped as a god
there as elsewhere. The excitement
and conflict which arose in opposition
to this sacrilege lasted for two years,
during which time Christian $ersecu
tions ceased. Following Saul's visit
at Jerusalem, and during this time of
quiet, Peter made this tour of visita
tion. Lydda (modern Ludd) is about
twenty-five 'miles northwest of Jeru
salem. Here dwelt certain saints (v.
32) literally "holy ones," converted
disciples of Christ, not ones of spe
cial honor, for all who are members
of the body of Christ, are "saints"
(Phil. 1:1). . Here also dwelt Aeneas,
"a certain man," possibly not a believ
er, but having great need (v. 26:3:2;
10:1, 14:8; 9:10), and of years stand
Ing (v. 33). Notice Luke, the physi
cian's careful record. Peter must have
seen M~any such, yet this man is one
Peter "found"; he was evidently look
ing for him. Peter's pity was not sen
timental but practical and his words
powerful, for back of them was the
Living and Powerful Christ. He
knew who could work a cure. The,
long weariness is to be relieved. Yet
those days of illness gave time for
meditation and probably prepared the
man's heart to respond in faith to
Peter's .words., Peter does not attract
attention to himuelf, but rather to
Jesus. His was but to be the instru
ment of the cure. The healing was a
means to an end, for when those who
dwelt i Lydda. and Sharon (v. 35)
heard of the miracle, or saw this
healed man, it was to them a demon
stration of the power of thle'.'riseri
Christ, and they "turned'to the Lord"
(v.'35Y: -Therb is no comparing Peter
with modern "healers." Peter's words
and actions Were a living demonstra
tion,- not for -profit, of the power of
*Jesus--in his -life, and ,testimony.
. ... At Joppa1 (vs. '36::43). Joppa
.was the only .seaport the Jews'ever
possessed for themselves. It was and
is still, a: .rather insignificant to'wri,
and now-marls the beginning of the
railroad leading to Jerusalemn, 35
miles distant. No name is recorded
of any of its rich or prominent citi
zenk;' bnly that of an lynmnhIe woman.
The record of her,. life, howvever, isa
inspiring (v. 36), and her name is a
common one adopted by organizations
of women. Like her master her life
was fell of "good deeds"; like him
she was not ministered unto, but
ministered. This is real greatness
and'it is open to all of us. Her name
"Tabitha" (Hebrew), Dorcas (Greek),
*meena gazells;--whichi in. the 1Eatt is a
favorite type of beauty. This "certain'
disciple" was-beatitiful, in life as well,
talise vas first a believer, then a
oelf gWe believe in order to do. not
i~ n Jorder to.''believe. ' This' woman
is an example of.the' wise anid capable
woman mentioned in Proy. 31: 10-31,
a picture well: worth studying in these
days of the "feminist movement." She
is a good type to be followed by
church women, and by us all in the
feect that her reputation rested upon
deeds "whicii, she did" (v. '36), not
ones she was about to do, nor did she
wait for some great opportunity of
service. The life of Dorcas reveals
'one of the causes of the triulmph of
Christianity in the Roman empire. It
was a source of wonder that those
early Christians should so love each
other. The reason why Dorcas was
allowed to die lies in the providence
of God. He .loved his work and this
recorded incident has served to raise
up multitudes of otimer Dorcases. Her
death also reveals that being "full of
good works and alms deeds" does not
exempt his servants from sickness and
death, and that God evidently has oth
er purposes in sidnness than to chas
tise our sin of to humble our pride
(John 9:3,1 IcRings 18:14).' The friends
of Dorcas were folks of faith, for as
yet there was n6 case of apostolic
power to raise the dead so far as we
know, and it was now about ten years
after the resurrection of Christ.
Peter followed the example of his
Lord (Luke 8:2, 54), dismissed all
spectators and "prayed" (y, 40). The
way to revive a dead pastor, church,
school, perqonal experience, or per
son "dead in trespasses 'and sins," is
by prayer, Peter also did as he had
seen -his Master do to, his mother-in
law (Mark 1;:30., 31), and gave Dorcas
.his hand to help her arise,
This gav'e an opportunity for fruit
"tiul work among the converts (v. 41)
aMd the. enlistment of many new'-be
lievers (V. 42), so tpat Poter abodc
in 3oppa for' some ,tim0 Ji the housf
0IJ KN , of- 0.
N ew Discovery! Takes PI
Work Without Ma
I 'iscovered a vegetable comp
the work of dangerous, sickening
want every reader of this paper
and if it doesn't straighten you
quicker than salivating calomel j
the store and get your money.
I guarantee- that one spoonft
Liver Tone will put your sluggis1
and clean your thirty feet of boy
bile and constipation poison wh
your system and making you feel
I guarantee that one spoonful <
liquid liver medicine will relieve ti
iousness, coated tongue, ague, mal
ach or any other distress caused 1
as quickly as a dose of vile, nau
besides it will not make you sick o1
in the Trenches.
Gaston-Mon dieu! and what shall
we do if the water freezes?
Sandy-Sit down, ye fool!-Lam.
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen
eral Tonic because it contains the well
known tonic properties ot QUININE and
IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out
Malaria, Edriches the Blood and Builds
up the Whole System. 50 cents.
Vassar Students Work.
Recent reports at Vassar college
show that fifty students are working
their .way through college, and that
96 of them have earned some money
for that purpose. 'Two girls earned
$175 and $190 running a book and fur
niture exchange. TUtoring-at 75- cents
an hour is another good source of in
come. Some of the girls workjnetli4
candy kitchen and at other occupa
tione of the kind.
.That .itching, burpning skin-troupble
which keeps yqu scratching and dig
ging, is a source of disgust to others,
as well as of tormerit to you. Why
don't you get i'id of it by using Resl
nol Ointment? Physicians have pre
scribed it for over 20 years. In most
cases, it stops itching instantly and
beals eruptions promptly. -It is very
easy and economical 'to use. sold by
String Made From .Paper.
An enterprising engineering firm
appears now, after a number of ex
periments, to have succeeded in man
ufacturing string fro'm p~aper. In al)
pear-ance the new string is exactly slm
ilar to the genuine article, and stout
enough for, tying parce'ls of quite a
fair size. According 'to a' prominent
wholesale stationer the usual kinds
of string and twine are now practical
ly unobtainable, and as this new paper.
string cali be~ sold for less than tile
real article is at present fetching, it
bids fair to come into general use It
may be added that this string ia used
extensively at Woolwich.arsecnal.
STOP EATING MEAT IF
KIDNEYS OR BACK HURT
Take a Glass of Salts to Clean Kid
neys If Bladder Botherr You
Meat Forms Urlo AcId.
Eating meat regularly. entally
produces kidney trouble in' 'ome forqp
or other, says a well-knowns authority,
because the uric acid in meat excites
the kidneys, they become overworked;
get sluggish; clog up and cause all
sorts of distress, particularly backache
and misery in the kidney region; rheu
matic twinges, severe headaches, acid
stomach, constipation, torpid liver,
sleeplessness, bladder and uninar -
ritation. r r
The moment your back hurts or: kid
neys aren't acting right, or if- bladder
bothers you, get about four ounces of.
Jad Salts from any good pharmacy;
take a tablespoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys wvill then act fine.
This famous* salts is made from th~e
acid of grapes and lemon juice, comn
bined with lithia, and has been used
for generations to flush clogged kid -
neys and stimulate them to normal
activity; also to neuttalize the acids in
the urine so it no lonlger irritates, thus
ending bladder disorders.
,Jad Salts cannot injure anyone;
makes a delightful eWervescent lithia
wqiter drink which millions'ol men and
women take now and then to kceep the
kidneys and urinary organs cl'ean, thus
avoiding serious kidJpoy disodge.--Ady.|
b'rench soldiers, at thA front jire al-'
I%' ~ T !jtN-r,
ace of Dangerous Calomel
king You Sick-Eat Anythi
a-Don't Lose a Day's I
>und that does 'a (lay's work. I
calomel and I derful liver medic
to try a bottle Calomel is pois
up better and bones, often causi
ust go back to gerous. It sicki
Tonie is safe, ph
L of Dodson's thing afterwards,
i liver to work it to the childlren
'els of the sour ach or shock the
ich is clogging and wake up fe
miserable. day's work.
)f this harmless Get a bottle!
ie headache, bil- what I say, tell
iria, sour stom- back. Every drul
y a torpid liver me and knows c
;eating calomel; vegetable medicir
keep you from ous calomel.
Policewomen Prove Practical.
London policewomen have justified
their "unfeminine" undertaking by the
convincing means of real service. Ac
cording to a London tispatch. Eng
land, after a six months' trial, is really
beginning to like them, though at first
there was violent opposition to tlee
enterprise. Incidentally, these new
public servants are winning favor. not
so much by force as by tact and per
suasive powers. They have. been es- b
pecially successful in quieting panic
stricken crowds during Zeppelin raids,
In dealing with drunken and fighting
soldiers, and in calning exeited wom
en and children in the streets.
RECEIPT FOR DARKENING
GRAY HAIR WITHOUTDYES.
ApIly like a shampoo to your hair
and scalp Q-Ban Hair Color Rest6rr
Do, this every day for a week then
three times a week. J-a: shorttime
all your.-gray, faded, prematurely gray
or gray"asreaked hair turns an even'
beautiful dark shade with not even a
t6ace of-gray showing.'Q-Ban Maken
s'calp and -hair healthy, leaving all your
hair fluffy, soft, thick and beautifully
dark~and lustrous. 'Qiku - s" no a
d,'f'harmless, and is sola O'n 'B
-ney back guarantee by drug s'tores;
big bottle 50c or sent prepaid by*
Q-Ban, Front St., Memphis, Tenn.,Adv.
A young widow knows that th4Yeasi
est way to~ catch a successor \o the
late lamented is to 't'adayjrCI~ him.
Fifty vocations are taught ..tn- the
Uinited States navy. ..- -.-- .-..
Ozark Mothers L
Afraid To Go
Now Sleep .Soundly. Stie. They~ Have
Found a Suire Preventive,
Many nmothers, besides those of
Ozark, Mo., have been afraid to sleep
at night for fear of .being awakened
bf that dread croupy cough. Mrs. H.
H. Givan and Mrs. J. J1. Cave,, both of
Ozark, have found, in common -with
many other Missouri mothers, that a
jar of Vap-O-Riub in the house in
sures a good night's sleep.
-Vap-O-Rlub is the external treatment
for all forms of croup or cold troubles,
introduced here from the South last
wlinter. It is in salve form and you
;ust rub it over the throat and chest,
covering with a warm flannel cloth.
The body warmth releases antiseptic
vapors that are inhaled with each
breath,e loosening the phlegm, and, in
addition, .Vick's is absorbed through,
and stimulates the skin, relieving' the
tighbtness and sorenessi Croup is usu
ally relieved in fitfteen minutes, and a
He Threw CN
-Wi.8,. Prince of Birmningha4a, Ala., writes
-4nd kidney tr-oubie, I tried calomiel gnd the dc
Dr. Thacher's Liver
and the first bottle relieved me very much, I an
ands of others suffering f rom liver. ki4ney, ston .
-lieved by this wonderful reinedy whieh 49ilds uo
and $1 per bottle, Made by T HACHER Mn
TRY THE OLD RELIABLE
A F1NE QENERAL U'RNGTIH OJ
SKODAKS & SUPPLug~
llUUWe also do bi hept, elans of flnishling
l P~~.rIces and: 9a~ogue upon requaes
-It Puts.Your Liver To
ng-It Can Not
want to see a bottle of this won
ine in every home here.
on-it's mercury-it attacks the
ng rheumiatismi. Calomel is dan
'ns--while my Dodson's Liver6
rasant and harmless. Eat any
because it can not salivate. Give
because it doesn't upset the stom
liver. Take a spoonful tonight
eling fine and ready for a fulI
Try it!t If it doesn.'t do exactly
rour dealer to hand your money
rgist and store keeper here knowsa.
f my wonderful discovery of a.
e that takes athe place of danger
"I have just been persuaded to in
vest in an elevator enterprise."
"That's bad; it is sure to go up."
The annual mineral output of Brit.
ishi columbia. aggregates about $30,..
Stop That Ache!
Don't wvorry about a bad back.
Get rid ot It. Probably your kid-.
neys are out of order. Resume eea
Then, kidney backache will - go;
also the dizzy spells, lameness, stiff
ness, tired feelings, nervousness,
rheumatic pains and bladder trou
-bles. Use Doan-s Kidney Pills.
Thoutlands recommend them.9
A South Carolina Case
-' - - Mrs. L,. F. Ta- -
4cuv e lor, Ford St., Mul
Sg, . b ins, 8. C., says:
"My back ached
' and prined right
.: across my kidneys.
The secre tio ns
frorn my kidneys
--- passed rregularly
. . and contained sedi
ment. I had attacks
of kidney colic and
. . suffered a w fu fly.
SFriends r o m
- mended Dean.
Kidney Pills and I ued rome. They re
-lleved al eymtoms of kidney trouble
an. I am gla to recommend them."
Cet Dean'at Any Store, S0c a Bo.
-- OA- PILLa
Eb&TER-.MLLBURN CO., BUFFALO, Ni. Y.
ATTrENTION--Men, women. I'll pay piu $3
daily writing.at home, pare time. I mean
binessf. Nthd lOc for material and detied
enstructm Johnson.3t10 taCur ipandce ,oedo.O.
e adTo Be
To Bed At Night
gdod dpplication at night will, in at
"Ist every case, prevent a iight at
- v ut'let Mrs. Givan speak for herself.
She writes-"'I hav used Vick's Yap.
O-Rub on my little girl for croup.
I rubbed it on her chest and throat
and it is just splendid, arbd I wau't -
afraid to go to bed at night."
Mrs. Cave says-"I f nd Vap-O-Ru
the best thing I have ever used for
colds, sore throat, croup and all kinds.
of skin troubles for child-en. I could
not do without it now, as It saves
calling a doctor."
The penetrative quality of Vick's.
makes it excellent also for inflamma.
tions of the skin, sudh as burns
bruises, itchings, piles and muscular
soreness. In these cases, particularly
in cases of burns. it seems to draw
out the inflammation and has a de
lightfully cooling effect. Three sizes,
25c, 50c or $1.00. The Vick Chemical
Company, Greensboro, N. C.
"I was suffering with indigestion, biliousnes
0r5, for about a month. Finally I tried
and Blood Syrup
ound and well, can eat anything." Thous.
isch and bowel trouble have been quickly ro.
the entire nyatem. Sold at all drugglste, 60e .
DICINE COMPANY, Chattanooga, Tenn.E'
Wanted! You take no risk when buying;
STEWART'S WA SHNG CRYSTAL
Bes byactaltes. Dscadswashboards. saves,
I me at d mno e. housewives happf, simply amazeds
at results Che ingredient ljsed guaranteed tende.' -
rsure food and drug act. no acids, positively harm,.
,~theVAso tel su rre 01 ati sue.
Under bie proof. Siewart Co.,DeakO, Tjediay,
lFt.-.. fa' WAI S to secure the posilt',m yot*.
gio .;'s' rr remale; 2c stamp b'rings pat'.
tic. lI tu tree .1 4(i*@e, RInov, Pa,.