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MOST OF TIME
H1-er Heakh Restored byLydi
E. Phkhanms Vegetable
nsdijnapxs, Indiana. --"My health
Was So poor al my constitution so run
- - down that I could
not work. I was
thin, pale and weak,
weighed but 109
pounds and was in
bed most of the
time. I began tak
ing Lydia E. Pink
Compound and five
months later I
weighed 183 pounds.
- --rk I do all the house
work and washing for eleven and I can
ixrithfully say Lydia 1. Pinkham'sVeg
,.able Compound has been a godsend
t' me for I would have been in my grave
1.o.Iay but for it. I would tell all wo
.,n suffering as I was to try your valu
t ble remedy."- Mrs. WM. GREEN, 882
Addison Street, Indianapolis,Indiana.
There is hardly a neighborhood in this
contry, wherein some woman has not
f ond health by using this good old
i shioned voot and herb remedy.
If there is anything about which you
i% ould like special advice, write to the
Sydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn,
Didn't Think Much of Pa's Job.
3hortly after Sir Edward Carson
U i relinquished the post of solicitor
r,,oeral he was speaking of the meth
* 3 of laxamining candidates for the
e'vice and told the following story:
I had a son that went through that
"t'l eal and when it was over asked
hlda what had been said to him.
I'A lot of rot!' he replied. 'They
ued me if my father was the solici
l-o, general and when I said that he
s they asked me why I didn't fogow
his footsteps. I told them that I
* ".ght take that up after I had failed
1 this Job.'"
utterine Cures itching Plies Quickly.
One application of Tetterine cured me
a case of Itching Plles I had for five
Bayard Benton. Walterboro, S. C.
etterine cures Eczena. Tetter, Ground
1eh. Ring Worm, infants, sore Head,
r mples, Itching Piles, Rough Scaly
t :ches on the 1-ace. Old Itching Bores,
ndruf,. Cankered Scalp, Corns. Chil
ns arnd every form of Scalp and Skin
sease. Tetterine 50c. Tetterine Soap
At druggists. or by mail direct from
'0 ie Shuptrine Co.. Savannah Ga
With every mail order for ''etterine we
Ire a box of Shuptrine's 10c Liver Pills
rho world's population makes use
2,500,000 glass eyes in the course
A man without a country is one who
;eadachesidizziness or urinary dis
order5 are added, don't wait-get
del reoendthe ordne disese
Nr r h disas Gesi. ohanes
KidnyPi 9 havetbrhew N ife
jn new strengt to whuas aof
orin kidneyl om plaintse
s~nd ecomm nd thmordoy r
Btoe, an sor.
Ias coldI wosrk.
I -Thkidney cro-an
tions were irreg
ney Pills drove the
roublo out of my system and for two
ears, I have had no sign of it."
Cet Doen'. at Any Store, 60e a Bo
OBSTER.MILBURN CO.. BUFFAL., N. Y.
T he Wretchedness
Ca~n quickly be overcome by
--act surely and n'
ntly on the i5
ve.Cure . TL
nes~s, and Indigestion. They do their duty
PE4ALL P1LL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICB,
Genuine must Wear Signature
f)I i een C
Department of Agrioulture,
Commerce and Industries,
Bureau of Marketing.
K. J. WATSON Commissioner
A Weekly Bulletin of
Western Newspaper Union News Servit
A young woman In Saluda county
this week writes: "You have sold my
pigs, now sell my fine young Jersey
cow." The Bureau is going jo.do its
best to obey orders. Another farm
woman up in Spartanburg county
writes: "The Bureau is invaluable,
but I have not found a Grandfather
clock yet." The Bureau being very
young is finding it difficult to get the
Grandfather clock, but surely some.
body must have one that they want to
sell-and the wants of the women on
the farm must be met.
This week offerings of clover seed
from the new crop are beginning to
come in and It is noteworthy that of
the clover seed lis'ted toe majority
of the offerings are from women farm.
This week the offerings and wants
are now more diversified than ever
before, even peafowls and magnolia
blooms now figure in the list and one
woman outside the State has asked the
Bureau to dispose of two pairs of solid
gold rimmed eyeglasses'for her. She
had read of the effectiveness of the
South Oarolina Bureau and wrote
from her home in the city of an ad
joining state. Of course the request
cannot be compiled with, but it illus
trates the fact that the individual in
need sees the value of such a service.
Now that the planting season for
cowpeas is at hand and the supply of
seed is so abundant there is every in.
dication that the greatest acreage in
cowpeas ever known in South Caro
lina is going to be planted and since
the publication of the Department's
bulletin on "Farming the Air with
the Cowpea," No. 37, has been issued
giving the results of last year's work
numerous balla for nitroculture at 40c
a bottle deliverdd to be used in inocu
lating cowpeas, are being received.
The Department is in a position to
furnish the fresh cultures immediate
ly upon receipt of orders, and if the
experience of such men as Mr. Gerety
of Charleston, and scores of others
whose names are-given in the bulle
tin is worth anything, general advan
ta.ge will be taken of the opportunity
to get a more luxuriant pea crop and
store more nitrogen in the soil than
The following is a summary of the
week's Wants and Offers:
A Grandfather Clock.
Some White Leghorn hens and pullets,
Tom Barron strain. Have one nice year
ling Plymouth Rock cock would exchange
for two pullets or hens.
Some quick maturing long staple cot
One full-blooded Guernsey helfer: one
full-blooded Jersey-heifer; one full
blooded Guernsey or Jersey bull.
Several doze nmagnolia buds about
June 1st. Flowers must be from Colum.
bla and surroundings. Quote price.
90 bushels sound mixed peas, $1.25 per
bus. f.o.b. Camden. Would exchange
seone for four gallon milch cow.
03 bushels picked and selected Iron
peas. $1.50 per- hushel.
50 bushels cowpens, $1.25 per bushel.
80 bushels Iron peas, $1.15 per bushel;
60 bushel Br-abham peas, $1.25 per bushel.
Samples will be bent.
15 bushels Yokohama Velvet beans,
$2 per bushel.
Some Crimson clover see in hulls.
Some burr clover.
200 bushels burr clover seed, well
cleaned and frece from nutgrass; $1.00 per
bu sh e1. Will exchange some for canned
fruit or vegetables.
100 bushels bur-r clover seed. well clean
ed and tree from nutgrass, $1.00 per bu.
16 bushels Snanish peanuts, $1.00 per
bushel, f.o.b. Clo.
Few more bushels Webber No. 82 Cot
ton Seed, $2 00 per bushel.
25 bushels W'ehher Long Staple cotton
seed, $1.10 per bushel.
50 bushels Lookout Mountain Irish po
tatoes, $1.75 per bushel.
250 bushels Porto Rico yam potatoes,
80 cents per bus., fo.b. Clio.
30 bushels Lookout Mountain Trish po
tatoes, $1.75 per bushel. WVill sell the lot
for $50, f.o.h. Meeting Str-eet.
6 fine Duroc Jersey pigs, $7.00 a pair.
14 %4 Berkshire pigs at $3.00 eachh.
One Duroc-Jersey boar 2% years old,
entitle dto registration, a bargain at $25,
f.o.b. Gray's Hill.
10 Duroc-Jersey male pigs, 4 months
old, registered and transferred for $6.00
A few young Dur-oc-Jersey gilts and
bears, ready for service. Will register
for $15 each or $25 for the two.
One yuair 7-8 P'oland China pigs, 9 weeks
old. $7 a pair.
One fine young Jersey cow, $50.
One 8 year old farm mule to exchange
for a lady's gentle horse.
One dnrk sorrel mare, 8 to 9 years old,
weight 1,000 lbs. Lady can handle. Price
One horse and one mare, good movers,
of right size for buggy. Cost $250.00 each.
A small flock of sheep consisting of 7
ewes. 3 lambs and one ram. All grade
Five purebred English bull pups, males,
10 5. C. White' Orpington hens and a
rooster. $1.00 each.
10 White Leghorn cockerels, 8 months
old. 50c each.
Some very high breed single comb
White Leghorns, 90e each; in lets of 50
or more, 75o each.
4 peacocks, one in full plumage, $il;' one
in half plumage, $5; 2 young ones, $4
Neutral smoked hams, 20c per lb. cast
with order; shoulers 15c per pound;
sides 15 cents per pound, cash with order.
These prices f.ob. Mayeaville.
Harley-Davidson Motorcycle in good re5
pair, $85. Would accept good milIch cow
and .balance in cash.
One McCormac reaper and binder cheap
for quick sale,
2 gas engines at bargain; one S H. P.
Qldsa Wedgfied, one 8 H. P. Mc
V eey 'at Dalseil. Both mounted on
.tl'UO( ,And have wood saw equipment
com ~lte. One double wood siltting ma
hn Or will eftehange for something
enoa ts 20prdozen postpand.
Ente gpletere J5 erse ul er
$1 . .eondition.erebul5yas
* i@~~j0.unthreehed pats, averaging
1, Q0 ld tQ the bale, just cut.
mtlrbjioth soy bean.,
~Ito Blaekeye California, ta
b"- ~'M~2 bustel,
T o'. nge good ooe',
O.SELLERS, Acting Director of
Bible School Course o the Moody
B ibstitute, Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1916, Western Newspaper Union.)
LESSON FOR JUNE 4.
THE CALL OF THE WEST.
LESSON TEXT-Acts 15:36: 16:16.
GOLDEN TEXT-Come over into Mace
donia and help us.-Acts 16:9.
Following the commission's report
at Antioch of the decision of the Jeru
salem church, Paul and Barnabas and
others continued their evangelism in
that city (ch. 15:35). These leaders
soon felt the need of revisiting the
scenes of their former labors (v. 36),
but when it came to the organization
of their party, Paul refused to accede
to the decision of Barnabas that John
Mark should accompany them (vs. 37,
38, see Acts 14:13). so sharp a con
tention arose that two pai'ties were or
ganized. That Paul later forgave
Mark is evidenced by his tender refer
ences to him.
I. A Closed Door. Ch. 16:1:8. Paul's
companions for this second mission
ary tour were Silas (15:40), Luke
(see use of word "we," v. 13), and
Timothy (v. 1-3). The latter came of
good ancestry, had good training and
was of good report, still to avoid con
tention he submitted to the rite of
circumcision. Paul's work was to
promulgate the Jerusalem decree, to
establish or to confirm the churches
and to add to these churches new con
verts. But that 'did not entirely ful
fill Paul's commission (9:15). The
Word "Asia" (v. 6) means the Roman
province of Asia and, wisely obeying
the Spirit's direction, Paul passed on
until he came to the seaport town of
Troas. At a later time Paul spoke
the "word of the Lord Jesus" in Asia
with wonderful effect, (19: 1, 8, 19,
26, 27). - It must have burned within
the bones of Paul thus to be re
strained, but it did not serve as an ex.
cuse for him to take a vacation, but
rather to seek new fields wherein to
preach. Thus he came to Troas.
11. . The Macedonian Call. v. 9-13.
Paul had several epochmaking vi
sions; on the Damascus road (9:3, 4
and 26:19); in Jerusalem (23:11); at
the time of 'his shipwreck (27:23),
and the one we are now considering.
A vision is a knowledge of the need
and of the resources at one's com
mand. Grecian beauty, philosophy,
art and culture needed Christ.
Christ as a resource was adequate
and available to supply that need.
This vision Paul saw: through it God
called him to Macedonia. "We"
(the first use of that pronoun in the
book of Acts), Paul and Luke, Imme
diately essayed to obey.
Ill. The Open Door, v. 14, 15. On
what seeming trifles does history
turn! An outcast wandering Jew
coming to help a proud, cultured, in
fluential foreign city, but he bears the
Gospel which alone can be of help
to them. Paul did not wait to "in
vestigate the field" nor to establish
a working organization, Hie knew
a better point of contact, and that was
to find those in that city who knew
God even though ignorant of Christ.
He began by preaching Jesus, not
comparative religions, nor did he
seek to found "community centers"
with soup kitchens and social uplift.
Paul knew that to elevate the individ
ual by establishing him in the faith of
Christ would soon result in commu
nity uplift. On the other hand, a
faith which evaporates in words and
does not. give tangible, concrete evi.
dence in works may well be chal
lenged as to its being genuine. There
was no supernatural direction as to
what part of Macedonia Paul was to
visit, and exercising his common
sense, Paul went at once to the prin
cipal city. He did not begin at once
to preach the Gospel (v. 12 RI. V.),
but waited and watchcd for an oppor
tunity, doubtless praying much for a
favorable opening (Clh. 13: 14; 17:2;
The "man of Macedonia" seems to
have been a woman unless we consider
the Philippian jailor. This open-air
meeting' was one of the most notable
in history. The Lord opened the
heart of pious Lydia and it was the
turning point of the evangelization of
Europe and America and the wor-ld.
God must open the hearts of men and
women (John 6:44, 45; Eph. 1:17, 18;
Luke 24:45), and this he is willing
and glad to do. The steps of this
woman's conversion are clear-ly
marked and present a good type. (1)
She went out to pray (v. 13). (2) She
heard the word (v. 13, 14; see also
John 5:24). (3) She had her heart
opened by the Lord (v. 14). (4) She
"gave heed to the things which were
spoken" (v. 13 and Mark 16:16). (5)
She madle pulblic confession of her
newly-found faith by baptism.
(6) She carried with her the whole
household, perhaps children, workers
in her business and servants (v. 81
38; I Cor. 1:16).
The use of the word "constrained"
in verse 15 Indicates a heart hunger
to be helpful by ibeing allodIed to
The Philippian church Aften helpe~d
Paul subsequently and doubtless Lydia
w.Eg a .leading spirit in sneh -service,
The history of the Chtristiani church
relates many illustrations of the lud.
ershin and nrominenhao of men b
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Liver Tone Acts Better Than I
Men, Women, Childrei
Every druggist here, yes! your druggist and
everybody's druggist has noticed a great falling
off in the sale of calomel. They all give the
same reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking its
"Calomel is dangerons and people know it while
Dodson's Liver Tone is safe and gives better re
sults," said a prominent local druggist. Dodson's
Liver Tone is personally guaranteed by every
druggist. A large family-sized bottle costs only 50
cents and if you find it doesn't take the place of
dangerous, salivating calomel you have only to ask
for your money back.
.Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant-tasting, pure
ly vegetable remedy, harmless to both children
and adults. Take a spoonful at nig'ht and wake up
feeling fine, no sick headache, biliousness, ague,
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robber, does that constitute libel?" a fence kicking hi
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jalomel and Is Harmless for
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day like calomel.
Take a dose of calomel tonight and tomorrow
you will feel sick, weak and nauseated. Don't lose
a day's work I
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver - iedicine.
You'll know it next morning because you will
wake up with your head clear, your liver active,
bowels clean, breath sweet ind stomach regulated.
You will feel cheerful and full of vigor and ready
for a hard day's work.
You can eat anything afterwards without risk
of salivating yourself or your children.
Get a.bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone and try i
on my guarantee. You'll never again put a dose
of nasty, dangerous calomel into your stomach. Adv.
on the top rail of "I'll have you know, 5W. that my
3 heels against a grandfather fought in the Mexies
amo young Henry. war."
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