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Has P Wbed by Well
P slcian for
' a rears*
T'le ofiriities .of ge are espeoially
manlfin a tende py'to constipation;
L) oa~l: -treatnent thht--wili afford
reeiit. in ax easy, natural manuer. The
ronia action of cathartic reiiediesAnd
v irgatives that shock the system
should b.--avoided, more especially as
the relif they offer is onlk temporary
and ws..sually more -than offset by dis
tortliuee 'to' the vital organs caused
by theitviolent action.
N''arly thirty years 'ago Dr. W. B.
Swell, Mo.nticello, Ill., prescribed a
0o o.;oluifd of simple laxatife herbs that
has since become the standard house
ho'd remedy in thousands of homes.
I ats easily and gently, yet with pos
iti ':effect, without griping or other
'un or discomfort. Mrs. Rachel Allen,
-'i)burg, Kans., is seventy-one years
ul. and after using a bottle of Dr.
C"tldwell's Syrup Pepsin. wrote that it
h-l lone her a world of good and that
iihft intends to keep it in the house
How to get rid
of eczema with
Resinol Ointment, with Resinol
loap, usually stops itching instatily.
t quickly and easily heals distress
ng <ases of eczema, rash or other
-ormenting skin or scalp eruption,
md clears away pimples, redness,
4 roughness and dandruff, even when
ther treatments have been useless.
Physicians have prescribed the Resinol treat.
nett for over 20 years. for most forms of skin.
roubles, and for irritations, wounds, chafings,
I tc. Every druggist sells Resinol Ointment
nd Resinol Soap.
ow Strength for Lame Backs
and Worn-out Conditions
j",ar Mr. Editor:
suffered from lame back and a
Oi ad, worn-out ferling.- Was unable to
id ereoL and -scarcely able to' gt
;anmund. It would -usually come on at
it with crick in small of my back.
took Anuric -Tablets and my back
.,mmenced to get better. I did' not
Sve to walk doubled over as I did
lfore using the "Anuric." It is the
'st remedy . I have ever taken for
'sat it is in'tended to relieve.
N~OTE:-When your kidneys get
a uggish and clog, you suffer from
"a ckache, sick-headache, dizzy spells,
Ptr the twinges and pains of lumbago,
'imeumatism and gout. "Anuric" is the
ultost powerful agent in dissolving
in ric acid, as hot water melts sugar.
Ask the druggist _for "'Anuric,"' put
,' by Dr. Pierce, in 60-cent packages.
There' is nothing quite so monioto
.us as the smile that won't come off.
To keep clean and healthy take Dr.
ecrc's leasant PelletA. They regulate
er. hlowels and stoniach.-Adv.
I' When a man falls in love ho seldom
~. ~ * lnds on his feet.
The Old Reliable R emedy
for acuto, obronic or muscular
- Rheumatio Gout. or Lumbago
'p nUMAJI no a preparation tl t
on"s tonaorar.*m**"""" *tt *LI o
At An Druggists
F ton Mothers I
Thea Find Vap-O-Rub Better Than In
4 1 ternal Medicines for Croup and
Mrs. J.. 8, Pugh, 510 Market St.
4zi Mrs. Mary Bolton, 105 Ravine St.
bth of IFulton, Mo., h~ve found, Si
cOlon with many other Missour
mohr, that it is'uo longer necessara
t oechildren with internal medi
I .4 ethe for cold troubles. In the Souti
Vik'. Vap-O-Rub is the standard
~O7for these troubles, but it wal
~ ,Jast Wiinter that it was introducei
h~ Vap-O-Rub was discovered b:
SUith, Carolina druggist. He foun4
40bn.Menthol and Campho
oaieoils of Thyme,.Euca
___)~ i~esfand Juniper, in self
g that hela applied to ,t
~ ~pgedients are Vaporize
~ A*~9'S4~ nhaled with eac
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MRS. RACHEL ALLEN
Druggists sell Dr. Caldwell's. Syrup
Pepsin for fifty cents a bottle. It is a
splendid rem-edy and should be in ev
3ry home. A trial bottle, free'of charge,
can be obtained by writing to Dr. W.
B. Caldwell, 208 Washington St., Mon.
Heed not jeers; they cannot hurt.
HOW TO CURE ECZEMA, ITCH
AND ALL SKIN DISEASES
Don't suffer any longer with eczema
or any other skin trouble. Just apply
Hancock's Sulphur Compound to the
parts affected and it will stop the itch
ing at once and cure the trouble per
manently. Many suferers from skin
troubles have written us that the Sul
phur Compound cured them after
everything else failed.. Mrs. Evelyn
Garst, of Salem, Va., writes: "Three
years ago I had a rough place on my
cheek. It would burn and itch. I was
fearful it might be of cancerous na
ture. I used different preparations,
but nothing helped It. One bottle of
Hancock's Sulphur Compound cured
me completely." To beautify the com
plexion, remove blackheads and
pimples use Hancock's Sulphur Oint
ment. For sale by all dealers.-Adv.
Half the sheer are really goats.
Kill the Files Now and Prevent
disease. A DAISY FLY KILLER will do it.
Kills thousands. Lasts all season. All dealers
or six sent express paid for $1. H. SOMERS,
150 De Kalb Ave., Brooklyn, N. X. Adv.
Japan Is producing artiftcial coffee.
FROM GIRLHOOD TO OLD
AGE WOMEN ARE HELPED
At the first symptoms of any de.
rangement of tlie feminine organism
at any period of life the one safe, really
helpful remedy is Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription for every. conceivable all
ment and disease of a womanly nature.
It is a woman's temperance medicine
and its ingredients are published on
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is
a true friend to women in times of
trial and at tImes of pain when the
organs are not performing their func
tions. For headache, backache, hot
flashes, catarrhal conditions, bearing
down sensations, mental depression,
dizzineas, fainting spells, women
should never fail to take this tried and
true women's medicine.
It is easier for- the modern girl to
knit her brows than darn her hose
Now Is the Tinie to eit Rid of These
resha no logfr tr sightest need o
prescript ion othine-doublo strength-Is
guarnuteed toremove tese homl sots
strength-from your druggistn an apyoa
should soon see that even the worst freckles
have begunvt niapear etowhile thie lighter
thiate more tan oneoeineeded to com
onsure to eask or the ndouble strength
money back if it fails to remove freckles.
A word to the unwise is wasted.
Ask anybody about it-Hanford's
IRudyard Kipling is fifty years old
sorteness. Tis double action make.
Vap-O-Rtub really a - remarkable rem
-edy for many forms of infiammations,
E~ither Iilammations of the air pas
sages, such as head colds, catarrh,
bronchitis, sore throat, or deep chesi
colds, or inflammations of the skill
tissues, such as burns, bruises, stings,
piles, itchings and muscular soreness,
Iti atiual ~recommended fol
#mal cilren asitcan be used free.
.ly, with perfect safety, on the young
est member of the family. 4*
But let these Missouri motheri
speak for themselves. Mrs. Boltoi
writes--"I have used Vap-O-Rub or
baby for bad colds. Results were ex
cellent. I find It better than any in
ter'nal medicine I ever used."
SMrs.. Pugh's experience is-"I tried
your VapO-Rub on three of my chil
Sdreni for bronchitis. They would cougi
so .har d at. night I could not sleep, st
i *utd get' up and rub their throat'
and4 obests with Vap-O-nub and the:
I e~i 4ughed any more that night
a Mad kept it up for severa
hig:ti soped coughing, I be
lie~ It't~ tbthaittaking so muc1
*;~ eruil." Three size:
B" Vi 0. SELLERS, Acting -Director of
unday School Course of the gMoody
Bible Institute, Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1916, Western Nowspapor Union.)
LESSON FOR APRIL 16
LESSON TEXT-Acts 10:1-23.
GOLDEN TEXT-There is: no distinc
tion- between Jew and Greek; for the
sane Lord is Lord of all, and Is rich unto
all that call upon him.-Rom. 10:12.
Thus far Christianity had to'do'with
7ews and Jewish proselytes only. Now
its circle begins to widen so as to in
clude the Giutiles. The central fig
ure of this lesson, Cornelius, was a
captain commanding one hundred men
in the Roman army. The chasm be
tween blacks and whites, which so
widely existd in America, is nothing
compared to that which divided the
Jew and Gentile. We take the whole
story of Cornelius in today's lesson
and consider the Easter story next
1. A Prepared Convert (vs. 1-8). (1)
His position. Caesarea was on the
great sea and was the political capital
of Judea. It was about seventy miles
from Jerusalem and thirty from Joppa.
Cornelius, who was captain of a band
of men born in Italy, was a -Roman
citizen, and perhaps had been connect
ed with the great Roman general
Scipio. (2) His character. He was a
man of promptness, appreciation and
obedience, (v. 33). He was also a
God-fearing man, whose piety included
his whole household. He was a man
of prayer and generosity (vs. 31, 32),
fot he gave "much alms" to both Jews
and Gentiles. The result was that he
was honored greatly by all, especially
by the Jews. It does not seem that
Cornelius was a proselyte to the Jewish
faith (vs. 28-11:3), and he certainly
was not as yet a saved man (11:13,
14). Cornelius was a man of a vision,
not of dreams or of trances, for this I
vision came in the open daylight (v.
30), when an angel,-looking like a man,
appeared unto hin. His fear was
calmed and he was informed that his
prayer, for he was a "seeker after
God," had been heard. The "memorial"
(v. 4) spoken of was that part of the
meal offering which the priest burned
upon the altar and which ascended un
to the Lord as a sweet savor (See
also Mal. 3:16). Cornelius is put to
a strange test. He is to send for an
unknown man to receive instruction.
The angel was not to enlighten him, as
it is man's province to witness for
God. There is not a recorded Bible
conversion without some hunan in.
strumeality. Cornelius, soldier that
he was, at once obeyed instructions
and sent out two devout' retainers
after Peter. Man alone could finish
the work of the angels.
II. The Prepared Preacher (vs. 9-23).
Tanning was considered an unclean
occupation, but in Simon's house was
occasion. No matter how poor a
preacher, or unlikely the situation, if
we obey God we can preach better
than Gabriel. God laid, as it were, his
right hand on Cornelius, and his left
upon Peter, and drew thcm togeth'er.
Again God uses a dream, linking the
natural and the supernatural. A hun
gry man dreams of food, a very com
mon occurrence, and God gave super
natural direction to a natural dream.
God knows the right time to do the
right thing. We do not need dreams
for our guidance as we have a full and
sufficient revelation in the Word for
III. The Prepared Ones Meet (vs.
23-38). Cornelius had his whole house
hold ready when Peter arrived (v. 24),
perhaps more people than on the day
of the first great Pentecost. He said.
"We are all here present in the sight
of God to hear all the things that have
been commanded thee of the Lord."
This is a great statement if we con
sider its full content. Peter refused to
accept worship, that alone belongs to
Christ (v. 25) and he explained how
God had thrust him outside of the cir
cle of Jewish believers. Hie then~ re
hearsed what God had done and as
serted that "He is no respecter of per
sons," and that in response to those
in every nation who work righteous
ness God had sent forth Jesus for thc
salvation of men, (1) That men might
have peace through him (v. 36); (2)
That he might be Lord over all; (3)
That he had been anointed with the
Holy Spirit and power; (4) That he
had been crucified (1 Pet. 1; 18, 19;
2:24); (5) That God had raised him
from the dead; (6) That he is to be
the judge, and (7) That because ol
what he had done-"through the name
of Jesus"--all that believe shall have
"remission of sins." (This is a good
sermon outline.) Following this won
dorful sermon, there occurred the Gen
tile Pentecost (vs. 44-46).
Practical. Cornelius had a lack
and he went to God to have it sup
plied (v. 4). Peter found his enlight
enment in prayer.
God revealed his regard for all man
kind, and that Jesus Christ can anc
will save all who come to him bI
'-faith. Csrate cuc i
a sre teinfant cuc i
covered that its fld is the World ang
tlipt the Pentecostal progtebg as fo
Thils occasion taught i eter :4the
church that h~fceforth f)gr0*to se
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I Guarantee "Dodson's Liver Ton
and Bowel Cleansing You Eve
Stop using calomell It makes you
ick. Don't lose a day's work. If you
eel lazy, sluggish, bilious or consti
oated, listen to mel
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
vhich causes necrosis of the bones.
3alomel, when it comes into contact
vith sour bile, crashes into it, breaking
t up This is when you feel that aw
'ul nausea and cramping. If you* feel
'all knocked out," if your liver is tor
>id and bowels constipated or you
tave headache, dizziness, coated
onigue, if breath is bad or stomach
iour just try a spoonful of harmless
)odson's Liver Tone.
Here's my guarantee-Go to any
irug store or dealer and get a 50-cent
)ottle of Dodson's Liver Tone. Take a
If the phocnix of common sense
*ises from the ashes of a fool's money
:he conflagration has not been in vain.
IF HAIR IS TURNING /
GRAY, USE SAGE TEA
Here's Grandmother's Recipe to
Darken and Beautify
That beautiful, even shade of dark,
glossy hair can only be had by brew
ing a mixture of Sage Tea and Sul
phur. Your hair is your charm. It
makes or mars the face. When it
:ades, turns gray or streaked, just an
application or two of Sage and Sul
phur enhances Its appearance a hun
Don't bother to prepare the mixture;
you can get this famous old recipe im
proved by the addition of other ingre
dients for 50 cents a large bottle, all
ready for use. It is called Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound. This
can always be depended upon to bring
back the natural color and lustre of
Everybody uses "Wyeth's" Sage ane
Sulphur Compound now because i
darkens so naturally and evenly no
body can tell it has been applied
You simply dampen a sponge or sol
brush with it and draw this throug
the hair, taking one small strand at
time; by morning the gray hair ha
disappeared, and after another appi
cAion it becomes beautifully dark an
appears glossy and lustrous, Thi
ready-to-use preparatiorn is a deligh1
ful. toilet requisite for those who dE
sire dark hair and a youthful appeai
ance. It is not intended for the cure
mitigation or prevention of disease.
A man's credit is above par whox
he wants to borrow trouble.
Kidney Medicine That
Stands the Highesi
Some twelve years ago I began hatndlin1
Dr. Kihnier's Swamp-Root, and we hav<
heard nothing but praise for it as it seem
to give entire satisfaction in every instance
Prom the manner in which eustomers4 speal
of your remedy, we have learned to plae
sufficient confidence in it to recommenE
Swamp-Root above all other kidney reme
dies. From the demand I judge it to b
the most generally used kidney med icin
in this country, and reports regardlingi
are always favorable.
Very tru' yours,
C. H. McCOY, JR.,
South Heights Pharmacy,
702 Porter St. -San Antonio, Texaw
Jan. 11th, 1016.
lDr. Klmer&-Co.l -
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For Yo
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmner & Co
Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bol
tie. It will convince anyone. You wi
also receive a booklet of valuable info1
mation, telling about the kidneys and bla(
der. WVhen writing, be sure and mentio
this papier. Regular fifty-cent and one
dollar size bottles for sale at all dru
Trwo can motor as rapidly as one.
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send us 5cefr a 11-0'5
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DYNAMITE ON LIYER
a" Will Give You the Best Liver
r Had-Doesn't Make You Sick!
spoonful and it it doesn't straighten
yqu right up and make you feel fine
and vigorous I want you to go back to
the store and get your money. Dod
son's Liver Tone is destroying the
sale of calomel because it is real liver
medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore
it cannot salivate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one spoonful of
Dodson's Liver Tone will put your
sluggish liver to work and clean your
bowels of that sour bile and consti.
pated waste which is. clogging your
system and making you feel miserable
I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson';
Liver Tone will keep your entire fam
ily feeling fine for months. Give it to
your children. It is harmless; doesn't
gripe and they 111e its pleasant taste.
hot Contents 15 Fluid Drachma
ALCOHOL-3 PER CFr
i sinilatingthebood mndRguia
0 ing the Stonachs and Bowels of
c ne ss and Rest.Contains neither
oJiturnMorphine nor MineraL.
t4 - l AperfectReinedy orConairpa<
ti Q tion. Soiir Stomiah.Diarrhoca,
- Wons, Tfeverishness and
. E~ d Loss OF SLEEP.
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ti or aeulate the lve trengthes tes
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rs tattl Spain, of aro , kl., on of th
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ing Cans with Wax Strings- Sp:
Friction Top Syrup Cans and
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qatity desired. Write today
forour New 1916 Price List. Box
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Hair Color ItestO ai'r hai and
scalp. After a, t0a you
will be delighted to d #i
hair turn to an ev en
shade. Q-Bah is,. barn*AV
but makes scalp and hairhO'. I
all your hair whether gray or .
made soft, lustrous, wavy, thieb.4y
ly dark and handsome. IuBit og -
ing Q-Ban. It s ready to use ' .
sold on a money back guarantee. .-666
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Memphis, Tenn. Adv.
Rye came originally from Siberia. 'N
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Chief of Police, J W. Reynolds, Newport
News,'Va. says: it ut a pleasure to recommend
EAbek for Chills and Lever. P'laveusedtwheu
Nothing Is impossjible to Industry.
For Infants and Children.e
Mothers Know That
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