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GALOMEL 19 MERCU
Don't Lose a Day's Work! 1f)
Constipated Take "Dodso
You're bilious! Your liver is slug
gish! You feel lazy. dizzy and all
knocked out. Your head is dull, your
tongue is coated; breath bad; stomach
sour and bowels constipated. But don't
take salivating calomel. It makes you
sigk, you may lose a day's work.
Cnlomel is morcury or quicksilver
i, ich va'we v iticrosis of the bones,
'" i i iah into sour bile like
amr .1' broniing it up. That's when
y :k Lt ;' wful nausea and cramp.
It you want to enjoy the nicest, gen.
tiest liver and bowel cleansing you
ever experienced just take a spoonful
of harmless.Dodson's Liver Tone. Your
druggist or dealer sells you a 50-cent
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under
my personal money-back guarantee
that each spoonful will clean your
Protect the Children.
Alaska has forbidden the employ
ment In underground mines of boys
"That young imiu Is out to inake a
name for hhniself."
"What's the mnatter? Ain't he salls
fled with the one his father gave himin?"
-Detroit Free Press.
Weak and unhealthy kidneys cause sc
much sickness and suffering and wher
through neglect or other causes, kidney
trouble is permitted to continue, serious
results may be expected.
Your other organs may need attention -
but your kidneys should have attentior
first because their work is most important
If you feel that your kidneys are the
cause of your sickness or run down con
dition commence taking Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney. liver and
bladder remedy, because if it proves to be
the remedy you need and your kidneys
begin to improve they will help all the
other organs to health.
Prevalency of Kidney Disease.
Most people do not realize the alarm.
ing increase and remarkable , prevalency
of kidney disease. While kidney dis
orders are among the most common dis
eases that prevail, they are almost the
last recognized by patients, who usually
content themselves with doctoring thd
effects, while the original disease con
stantly undermines the system.
SPECIAL NOTE-You may obtain a sa
ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binglhami
to prove the remarkable merit of this me
valuable information, containing many of
from men and women who say they found
in kidney, liver and bladder troubles. Ti
well known that our readers are adviscd t<
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When
to e tt .oudt nec t a nGR t o
V OW S-ots of the Ly use in to e nt~ their aton a
putt new life into you. t know from experiente.-Iemoembe,
the name Green's
Motmen think they need a cocktail
or a drink when their stomac~h is out
of order and they "feel bad"~ with
nervous indigestion, or constipation.
What they really do need is two or
three noses of "AUGUST FLOWER"
which quickly restores the stomach,
cleansing the whole system generally.
Try Yager's Liniment,
the great external remedy
f or rheumatism, neualia,
sciatica, sprains, chest pains,
backache, cuts and bruises,
This liniment has Wonder
ful curative powers, pene.
trates instantly, and gives'
prompt relief from pain.
.It is the most economicg!
liniment to buy, for the large
25 cent bottle contains four
times as much as the usual
bottle of liniment sold at
At all dealers.
Gitma Ud MV'5OS. & Co l
Y IT SIOKENSI
NO SALITATING DRUG
rour Liver Is Sluggish or Bowels
n's Liver Tone."--It's Finel
sluggish liver better than a dose of
nasty calomel and that It won't make
Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver
medicine. You'll know it next morn
ing because you will wake up feeling
fine, your liver will be working, your
headache and dizziness gone, your
stomach will be sweet and your bowels
regular. You will feel like working;
you'll be cheerful; full of vigor and
Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely
vegetable, therefore harmless and can
not salivate. Give it to your children!
Millions of people are using Dodson's
Liver Tone instead of dangerous cal
omel now. Your druggist will tell you
that the sale of calomel is almost
stopped entirely here.-Adv.
"Tho accounts says ihat ihe new Em
peror -Karl wa:ls dee'ply touched at the
firt interview wvith his milnisters of
"Great Scott l D)d thDy try to bor
.row froin him that quick?"
A inagazine has been pitented for
carrying an extra load of tobacco along
the siim of a pipe.
ND DON'T KNOW IT
A Trial Will Convince Anyone.
Thousands of people nave testified
that the mild and immediate effect of
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy, is soon realized and that
it stands the highest for its remarkable
results in the most distressing cases.
Symptoms of Kidney Trouble
Swamp-Root is not recommended for
everything but if you suffer from annoy.
ing bladder troubles, frequently passing
water night and day, smarting or irrita
tion in passing, brick-dust or sediment,
headache, backache, lame back, dizzi
ness, poor digestion, sleeplessness, nerv
ousness, heart disturbance due to bad
kidney trouble, skin eruptions from bad
blood, neuralgia, rheumatism, lumbago,
bloating, irritability, worn-out feeling,
lack of ambition, may be loss of flesh or
sallow complexion, .kidney trouble in its
worst form may be stealing upon you.
Swamp-Root to Pleasant to Take.
If you are already convinced that
Swamp-Root is what you need, you can
purchase the regular fifty-cent and one
dolfar size bottles at &ll drug stores.
mple size bottle of Swamp-Root by enclosing
on, N. Y. This gives you the opportunity
dicine. They will also send you a book of
the thousands of grateful letters received
Swamp-Root to be just the remedy needed
e value and success of Swamp-Root are so
send for a sample size bottle. Address Dr.
vriting be sure and mention this paper.
"Are your hens laying?"
"Yes ; laying oi."-Blostoni Evening
Anuric cures Backache, Lumbago,
Rh'eumatisma. Send 10c. Dr. V. M. Pieree'
Buffalo, N. Y., for large trial package.
He-Did yo~uI see thiose moators skid?
Sh('-liow <har' you call me that ?
MOTHER'S .joY SALVE
for Colds, Croup, Pneumonia and
Asthma ; GOOSE GR EASE LINIMENT
for Neur-algia, Rheumatism and
Sprains. ,For sale by all Druggists.
GOOSE GREASE COMPANY, MFR'S.,
Greensboro, N. C.-Adv.
"What is the baby docing with the
"Good gracious I She must think
she's in the automobile. She's cutting
out your muffler."
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every label, showing it is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
builds up the system. 50 cents.
The General Craze.
"Nowv that aviators are doing such
wonderful things, everybody is crazy
"Yes, I noticed even o1(1 Gabby is
putting wings to his house."
TORTURING SKIN TROUBLES
That Itch, Burn and Disfigure Healed
by Cuticura. Trial Free.
Bathe with plenty of Cuticura Soap
and hot water to cleanse and purify.
Dry lightly and apply Cuticura Oint
ment to soothe and heal. This stops
itching instantly, clears away pimples,
removes dandruff and scalp irritations,
and heals rcd, rough, sore hands'.
Free sample each by mail with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L,
Boston. Sold everywhere.-Ad,
A wvoman's ideau of a social rival is
another- woman who wyears better
Clothes than she can affor-d..
It must be a great relief to some
men when their wives beome imm.
(By . 0. SELLERS Actin g Director 4
the jun~day Schiool oursc in the, Mood
Bial4 I titutO of Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1916, Western Newspaper Union
LESSON FOR DECEMBER 1
THE HOLY Cil Y.
LESSON TEXT-Rev. 21:1-7, 22-27.
GOLDEN TEXT-Hehold, the tabe:
nucle of God is with men, and lie slia
dwell with then, and they shall be hi
As we approach the end of the yea
our minds turn froim the imperial cit
where last we have any authentic re4
ord of Paul, to the eternal city I
which lie has so long resided. In le;
son ten we studied Jesus Christ in h|
resurrection glory, the s')urce of a
power, King of Khigs and Lord c
Lords for the rede'nption of the hi
man race. In Lesson 11 we studic
the glorified Christ who is actuall
working through his churches rs thi
representatives of his kingdom upo
earth. The .ucceeding chapters dI
scribe in symbols and pictures the dl,
cipline and training of God's peopl
during the long generations that fo
lowed. In the lesson for today, w
have a vision of the final triumph <
Christianity when it shall have a
complished its work of redemption I
I. The New Heaven and the New Eart
(vv. 1-7). John in vision saw the co
summation of the work of Christia
ity, the visible answer to the praye
whieh Jesus Christ taught his discipl
to pray, "thy kingdom come, thy wil
be done on earth as in heaven,
Heaven, as well as earth, has been it
vadedi and polluted by sin, but bot
alike are to be made new. (I Peter 8:1
11, 13). The true Jerusalem, of whic
Solomon's was but a type, is of hea
enly and divine origin. It comes dow
out of heaven from God. We knoi
nothing of the inhabitants of the un
verse of which we are a part, but her
we have some scriptural indication <
that place where God's children are i
be with him eternally. The kingdol
of God is among you, but it is eve
tually to be with God and Jesus in
peculiar and beautiful way. John
announcement came from out of heal
en and out of the throne. (1) :
was a tabernacle of God with meE
rather he shall tabernacle with me
.He is to pitch his tent among us (Jol
1:14 R. V. marg.) It is to be dot
eventually and permanently. Th
dwelling of God among us lies at tl
foundation of the blessedness and gI
ries which are to follow. (2) Ti
shall be his people. Israel had bec
his people; all nations are to be h
I)eoplc Ill the fullest sense. (8) G<
himself shall be with them, not on
his tabernacle but lie, himself visibl
personally. (4) He shall be their Go
acknowledged in all his infinite claim
and lie to them all that God Is of lov
power, wisdom, holiness and glor,
(5) le shall wipe away every t
from their eyes. There will nct be
single grIef or heartache, unsatistic
longing or tear, for God shall wvii
them away, and they will stay wipt:
away. (0) Death shall be no mnor
Of all the enemies, death is the ha:
one wvhich shall be taken from tl:
earth. It is sweet to know that th
laist enemy is to be conquered. (1
Thlere shall be no mourning, crying <
pain any more. Every sorrow, agon;
remorse, gloom, disappoingm:ent gor
forever; death, tears, mnourninig a
passed away., It is hard for us to cotn
prehend the majesty amid sweep of thi
great and glorious promIse. (See
II. The ComIng Light and Glory (v
22-27). The intervening verses are
wvonderful description of the foundi
tion walls and gates of the city. Them
will be no temple in that city for it wi
not be0 needed. Instead of the temp1
whlh stands for the temprle of eart
there is to be the presence of Goe
himself, but the lamb is also in ti:
midst of it. Nothing can more force
fully impress upon us the deity and pri
eminence of Jesus Christ, the atonin
lamb, slain before tihe foundation <
the wVoldl. Thuis city is to be a city <:
light and glory. It will not be an i
lumination by gas nior electricity, f<:
the glory of the Lord shall lighten i
Summary. What are the lessons fc:
our day from this vision of the neo
heaven andl the new earth? First
That the golden age of thre Bible hsi
not yet taken phice. There are bett<
times to conme thana anything the worn
has yet seen. Second: We have her
the positive assurance of the succeo
of our leader and the victory of Chri:
tianity in its ccnflect with evil. Third
The golden ideal of heaven Is h11
means by which we can test our daill
lives and the wvhole course of our cot
duct. The question we should co:
stantly ask is, "Are we goiag to thi
heavenly ideal?" Fourth: The gatt
of that city are open; an angel is r
each gate, and shall keep cut all evi
God desires that all men everywher
should reent, and is not willing thw
any should perish.
Wh'len the final assize shall hay
passed, no one wvill say that God di
not give him a chance nor seek to in
spire him to a place of eternal joy r
his right hand.
Again there is to be federation c
the forces of good. Today we to
often find Christian people divided.
InvitatIon. "Anid the Spirit and thi
bride say come, let him that henret
say conme, and let him that is athirn
come, and whosoever will let him tak
of the water of life freely."
* dJ A YJZau1.10, 0. U,
RID HOME OF PEST
PRACTICAL INFORMATION ON
ERADICATION OF BEDBUGS.
Stmple Preparations, Applied With
Diligence, Will Do the Work, Ac.
cording to Bulletin of the Bu.
reau of Entomology.
Those who are troubled by bedbugs
will find practical Information as to
how to deal effectively witl these pests
In F'armers' Bulletin 754, "Bedbugs,"
recently published by the departnielit.
.in this bulletin C. L. Marlatt of the
11 bureau of entomology makes clear the
' habits of these insects which have a
bearing on their eradication, and sug
e, gests a number of simple household
r, measures, as well as more riadieal
Imethods, of getting rid of them. The
Saithor calls 'ttention especially to
the faet thiat these insects will migrate
fromn til unoccupied to tn inhilabited
I house ind points out that tle fact that
I ltey ordlina rly hide in the (Iaytimie
i makes it necessatry to apply the insec
d ticlides in cracks in walls and floor ald
y crevices under will paper, where the
0 insects ordliniarily tire concealed andI lay
a heir eggs. Information as to the
!- ability 6f bedbugs to withstand cold
I and to go without food for long per
e (ds should be especially useful to those
I- intending to move into houses long un
It Of the simpler remedies the ento
- iologist stys that belnzin.e, kerosene,
n or other lighter petroleum oils Intro
duced Into crevices by mens of i
h brush or syringe are perhaps the most
L- eflicient. The bulletin also gives di
rections for fumigation with sulphur or
r other chenietls, which will be found
S econotica 1anmd effective in cases of
I general infestation.
Those who have been bitten will find
applicttions of peroxide of hydrogen
useful in allaying irritation. Tincture
), of Iodine, in its ordinary or double
11 strength, is also a good counter-irritant
I- for use in cases of liens, mosquitoes,
* bedbugs, or other insect bites. Iodine,
* however, should be used with caution
- on the tender skin of smAll childen and
e on those who are affected with or dis
f posed to eczenlc disorders.
0 The bulletin will bo supplied free by
n tile department as long as the supp!y
tSteamed or baked custard: One pint
milk, one-eighth teaspoonful nutmeg,
two eggs, one-fourth cupful sugar, one
eighth teaspoonfill stilt.
Mlix eggs as for soft custard. Strain
i Into custard cups and steam until firm
sover ot water which is bolling gently
Another way to cook this custard Is
Is follows: Strain into custard cups
and plice in a pan of warm water.
Bake ill a moderate oven until the
d custard is firm. To test a steauned or
y haked custard ,slip a knife blade to
tie bottom of th e cup in the center of
the custard and draw without turn
Ing. If the knife is not coated with it
milky substance tile custard is firm till
the way through and111 hs cooked
r enough. G rate the 11111 1meg over the
a surface of thle custard and cool before
(1 .. Italian Dish.
. Tomkrittput a hand(1futl of
itsl noasaucepan full of water. Put
o the saiucelpan on thle tire and whten the
S water is hot, but not boiling, thirowv in
) the rlce, lBy thlrowing the rice into
r hot butter In a pan before addings wti
r, ter' to cook it, eatch gralin oh rico re
o mains 11n1act. Let it hoil abtotit twvent y
Iml mites. Stra'in i thle rice, 1pou1ring thel
I-contents of thne saucepan into a strain
5 er. Put a suflicient (quatity3 of biutter
I into a fry ig pamn, when thle bittter is
meltedl add thle r'ice and miix well to
i, gether for twvo 01r tree tinuittes. Pour11
a the rice inito a dish and cover' with
1- gr'ated1 Parmetllsan cheese.
.1 Cheese Potatoes in Jackets.
0 Six large potatoes, two) egg wvhltes
w ell beaten, one tenislooniful buitttelr,
oneO and( onie-half tealspitonfuls salt,
0one-eighth teaspoon ful pepper, cheese,
onle-tirid cupful rich mil1k or Ccilam
rub potatoes over' with melted butter,
then bake till lhoroughily done. Cut
in halves letigthlwise, sctoop ouit pota to
and mash till all thle lutnps are (out.
Bent in the 1)utter-, miilk and seaisoning,
rand, wh'len fluffy, irili the~ egg wvhites.
Then refill the oaitilo shells, smiooth,
rand place On top) of each'l a thin slice
"of American chteese. Rtet urn to oven
'to brown for abhoutt teln tmiintes, and1(
rserve at once.-Good Iiousekeepinig.
~' flubButter Honey Cake.
Rbtogether oneC and1 a half cupfuls
of honey tand one-half ciupfiul butter;
a dd the uinheliteni yolks oIf three eggs
'and beat thiorougly. Add flive cupfuls
0flour sifted withI two tenlspoonifuls of
grounid clntnarnont and1( one-half teni
spoonful salt ; onie andl a half teaspoon.
fule soda dlisslvedl ini One tablespoon
ful oran ge-Ilower wa~'eter. Heat the mnix
ture thoroughly tnd add( thle wvell-benit
en whites of three eggs. Ihake in shal
low tilns tind cove'r withi fr'osting.'
tGypsy Plum Brown Bread.
One ciupfiul gratnuintedl cor'nmeal, one
d cupful gr'ahamiii, one cupfutl floutr, one
.cupful rycimea, haltitf cupful molasses,
one cupful or little more of sour' milk,
one annd a hlIf Itenspoonfutls sailertu s.
of 40-501 I runeis, pitIt ed and til u't int
halves ; h oi I thlree' hiours.
t If you wish to piee omit it dish of
a vegetabile(s. ser've i (n :1s. A 11y veg.
t'tablB ex(cept itotatoElis wil hIe I n.
Droved if ser'ved on butteedmt aaL
for the coffe
Like a million other wom
en, you can serve coffee that I
he would give most anything
to have-coffee which starts
the day "right" for all.
Everyone loves the rich
flavor of Arbuckres' Coffee.
Of all the coffees in America
today, it is by far the most
Today there are whole tc
is practically the only cof
alone, in a year, four pour
was used for every man,
State-four times as many
population of the State I Ar
0k a -BiScuit
Adds to Wealth of Sicily.
Valuable deposits of lignite have
been discovered in Slcily. Thi' innte
rini Is brown, but partly carbhonized.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
for infants and chillren, and see that it
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
"Kate is a buli(ie of nerves."
"I thought she looked done up."
Boston Evening Transcript.
You never can know how superior to oth
er preparations in promiptness and1( efhicieni
Cy' is D~r. P'eery's "Dead Shot," until you
have tried it once. A single dlose cleans
out Worms or Tapeworm. Adv.
Old Master Anyway.
Miss Maniyears-Yes, that was painit
ed of ine when I wats a little girl.
C~oi. Bunie-Is it a Itubenis or a
Lady Uses Tetterine for Eczema.
Edgar Springs, Mo., July 15. 190.
The Eczema on my face usually alppea'rs
in the spring and your salve always helps
it. I use no other pre paration but Teli
terino and find it superior to any on the
Elsie M. Jludivne.
Tetterine cures Eczema, 'Toete, Itching
Plies, Rling WVorm and every form of
Scalp and Skin Disease. Tetterine 60e;
Tetterino Soap 25e. At druggists or by
mail direct from The Shuptrino Co., Sa
With every mail order for Tetterine we
give a box of Shuptrine's 10e Liver Pills
"Q(uality is more to lbe de-sired than
(quanitit y," sald the mian of a rt istie In
'"Not aliways," repil ied thle pract ical
person. ''A dianmond is pure carbion.
But you can't get thle actetin from it
that you can from a ton of coal."
TO PREVENT OLD AGE
COMING TOO SOON !
"Toric poisonis in the blood( are
thrown out by the kidneys. The kid
neys act as filters for such I)olsons.
If we wish to prevent old age comning
too soon and increase our chalnces for
a long life, we should drink plenty of
pure water and take a little Anurie,"
says the famous Dr. Pierce of Buffalo,
When suffering from backache, fre
quent or scanty urine, rheumnatic pains
here or there, or that constant tired,I
worn-out feeling, the simplle way to
overcome these disorders is merely to
obtain a little Anuric from your near
est diruggist and you will quickly no
tice the grandl results. You w~ill find
it many times more potent than
lithin, andi that it dissolves uric acid
as hot water does sugar.
Bold for 4a'/ years. F"or Piviaa
a FiAn. e n a Btegte
e you serve?
One woman says: "My
iusband used to swallow his
:offee and hurry off. Now we
,iave Arbuckles' and you'd
hink it was Sunday the way
ielingers over his breakfast."
Until you try Arbuckles'
you will never know what
i difference good coffee can
make in your home.
wns where Arbuckles'
fee used. In one State,
ids of Arbuckles' Coffee
woman and child in the
pounds of coffee as the
buckle Bros.,New York.
FRES- CRISP-WIIOLESOME- DELICIOUS
THE SANITARY 1ETh00s APPLIED I T118
AKING OF THESE, BISCUITS MAKaI
raedr has them, or if not he should.
~k him or write us gleing his ntme.
CHATTANOOGA BAKERY *""vT"W.ee
Want Woman Bartenders.
Tiavern keep(eri S ill scotillad Iai
itsked iwermission to employ womal
Iillteliders, 118 1)(111 ile s'0ilel.
ninlgestlon produces disagreeable an
aNTnietimps alartnins symptomsn. WVright'
Indian Vegrtable Pills sitinulate the diges
tive proceshes to function naturally. Adv.
"Why is your iulsband so irrltabl
ahout wolel's fzancy work clubs?"
"I gueiss It I. benu 1se le had sue
Sthile last yeari limlng to stay I
Ile house while Ills broken leg wa
Ask for and Get
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lvd we also do hlghmest class, of finising
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* S.Galces Optical Co., Richmond, Vs.
L ADI ES-G IR LS-DO YS ;11r ,2
t~l IfZ1 ' ta~l nno wil fia (us y''r.addresr
L'ownos Novelty Co., Dept. ii. 8. Rilanond, Vi
Slra l.arge F'rosMtproof Cabbugo I lant..
(cfr to.- uierI Paks Ia N.0
Jest Flor|ida aanLvteke o
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N. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 51--1916
WOMEN 01F VIRGINIA
11asic City, Va.--"I was in ba
thape wthl womanly troulet and ws*'
ill run-dow~n anld confined to bed. Tb
loot or wa~s aitteniding mec three time'
lily buit I was getting worse. I hear
fi 'FavorIte Prescrip~tion' through
rlend who had ,been benefited lby I
could hardly raise my handl anti
'0uld( not sit up in bed. I began tal.
ng tihe 'Prescription' and the first bo'
Ie gave me strength. I kept it U
mitli sIx bottles wlere usqed. I we
hen able to do all my work. I douiw
lot that the use of it saved my lift.
T hen I begin to run dlown now I tak
little andl~ it always helps ma an'
mi11(ds me uip . at Onlce."--ls. J.W
?ADGICTT, Commerce St.
This herbal tonIc for w'omen is mades
ip inl liquid or tablet form, and can be
>btained1 in ally drug store. Containe
10 alcohol or narcot Ie, anid its ingredi.
'nts arc printed( on wrapper. Purely
in herbal tonle (derl((Iedi 0rom nature'
oots and1( herbs.--Adv.
ria, Chills and 'eve . MAl.
? Tonic. 60c and $1.00na .an n..