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" THE SHOE THAT 1
$3 $3.50 $4 $4.50 $,
Save Money by Wearing .W
shoes. For sale by over9000 i
The Beat Known Shoes in
L Douglas name and the retail rice as
tom of all shoes at the factory Tq'he va
the wearer protected against high prices for
retail prces are the same everywhere. They
Francisco than they do in New York. They
price paid for them.
equality of W. L Douglas product Is
than 40 years experience in making fin
!qes are. the leaders in the Fashion c
ae made in a well ipe factor
byeahighest paid, skilledz oemakers, und
Sion (of experienced men, alworkit
nation to make the best shoes for th
I" yoft shoo dealer tor W. L. Douglas elk
ake su u with the kind you want,
m&ake. Vylaor Interesting booklet en pi
get shoesof the highest standard of qualit;
DY return mail, posta~e free.
LOOK FOR W. L Douglas
name and the retail price
stamped on the bottom.
KIDNEY MEDICINE #
I have had a good business on Swamp
Root for twenty years and I have never
sold a bottle thant did not give perfect
satisfaction and that is more than I can
say of any other preparation in my store.
The outlook is very bright for a fine busi
ness on Swaml)-Root and I take pleasure
in recommending it at all times in the
troubles for which it is intended.
Very truly yours,
C. N. BURCKALTER,
Wday 22, 1910. BarnwelIS. 0.
Prove What Swamp-]
Bend ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., B
It will convince anyone. You will also
telling about the kidneys and bladder. Wl
Regular fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottl
A broad-minded man never loses
any sleep because another man's opin
ions fail to agree with his own.
Good health depends upon good diges
tion. Safeguard your digestion and you
safeguard your health. Wright's Indian
Vegetable Pills provide the safeguard. A
medicine as well as a purgative. Adv.
In Jungle Land.
Girnffe-Don't be afraid to conic in,
Mr. Monk, it isn't deep ; why, it's only
up to my shoulderh.
LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES
One size smaller after using Allen's Foot-Ease,
the an1tiseptic powder for the feet. Shaken into
the shoes and sprinkled in the foot bath, Allen's
loot.asemakes tight shoes feel easy and gives
Instint relief to eorms and bunions. Try ileoda.
Bold everywhere, 25c. For RE trial ackage
address, Allen 8. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. 7;.- Adv.
Boycotting the potato would be all
right if 'the potato had not beaten us
to it.--Birminglinn (Ala.) News.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every ~bottle of
OGASTORIA, that famous old remedy
for infants and children, and see that It
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Probably an Idle Rumor.
"What effect will this shortage of
"I don't know."
"But wvhat do you hear?'
"Some say it's going to throw a lot
of brunettes back on the matrimonial
A city-bared child whose knowledge
of the wild was v'ery limited was walk
ing through thle woods with her gover
ness. They chanced upon a porcupine.
At the approach of two individualsq
whose intentions might be hostile the
creature bristled nggressively, its
weapionlikce quills rising in menace.
"Oh, look 1" exclaimed the little
girl. "WVhat a fright we have giveni
that funny nnimal! Its hair Is stnnd
Ing on end I"
No Eggs, M
The following recipe shi
wholesome cake can be
In many other recipes I
be reduced one-half or
ditional quantity of RC
about a teaspoon, in p1a
I sup brown sugar
* up seeded raisins
The old method (frui
DIRECTIONB--Put the first sight
three minutes. Whsn cool, add the floi
sifted together; mix well. Bake in moc
hole in center is best) for 85 or 40 minute
Bookist of recipes which ee
expensive In redients mail
Made from Cream of Tarl
* adds nbne but healthfu
No Alum . No Phospha
4OLDS ITS SHAPE"
5 $6 $7 & $8 48 vM.
stamped on the bot.
lue is guaranteed and
nferior shoes. The
cost no* more in San
are always worth the
guaanteed by more
s shoes. The smart
entres of America.
at Brockton, Mass. $
er the direction anJ os.
ig with an honest
price that money
Des. It he can.
take no other DWARE OF
aining how to'A 39TUIL
r for the price, Bbys Shoes
Best in the World
$3.00 $2.60 & $2.00
President W.L. Douglas Shoo Co.,.
185 Spark St., Brookton. Mass.
TINS HIGH STANDING
In the past fifteen years of our drug
business we have not experienced a finer
seller than Dr. KilmeF s Swamp-Root. It
has won for itself a high stand ing in our
trade and those who have used it claim
that the results obtained after usng
Swamip-Root is very gratifying. We have
god faith mn your preparation and believe
it is a meritorious article.
Very truly yours,
CONWAY DP.UG Co.,
Chas. J. Epps, Sec.-Treas.
Nov. 4, 1010. Conway, S. 0,
koot Will Do For You
ingbamton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle.
receive a booklet of' valuable information,
en writing, be sure and mention this paper.
is for sale at all drug stores.
The rail journey fron Constanti
n1ople to Bagdad requires 54 hours.
If your eyes smart or feel scalded, Ro
man Eye Balsam applied upon going to bed
is Just the thing to relieve them. Adv.
Some men never accomplish any
thing because they are unable to find
an easy mark to put up the money.
Anuric cures Backache Lumbago,
Rheumatism. Send 10c. Dr. V. M. Pierce,
Buffalo, N. Y., for large trial package.-'
"What did your husband think of
that twenty-dollar hat you bought?"
"Oh. he just raved over it."
BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP
Why take ordinary cough remedies
when Boschee's German Syrup has
been used for fifty-one years in all
towns in the United States, Canada,
Australia, and other countries, for
coughs, bronchitis, colds settled in the
throat, especially lung trouble. It
gives the patient a good night's rest,
free from coughing, with easy expec
toration in the morning, giving nature
a chance to soothe the inflamed parts,
throw vff the disense, helping the pa
tient to regain his health, assisted by
pure air and sunshine when possible.
Trial size 25c, and 75c family size.
Sold in all towns in the United States,
Canada, Australia, and other coun
She was comely .and a widow, and,
moreover, she wvas Scotch. She
mourned Mackintosh, her late hus
band1(, for 18 months, and then from
a crowd of suitors chose honest, home
ly Mackintyr-e for her second.
"I'm no' guid enough for ye, dear I"
he whisperedi. "WVhat for did ye choose
me oot o' sac mony?"
"Alh, weel, ye see," laughed the
"Yes, but-" began the bewildered
"An' ye ken," finished the widow,
"miii my iinen's mariked 'M-a -c-k !'
1k or Butter
ows how an appetizing,
made without expensive
he number of eggs may
more by using an ad
)YAL Baking Powder,
ace of each egg omitted.
1 teaspoon nutmeg
1 teaspoon cinnamon
%4 teaspoon salt
2 cup. flour
5 teaspoons Royal Baking Powder
ake) called for 2 eggs
ingredients into saucepen and boll
ir and baking powder which have been
lerate oven in lonf pan (round tin with
s. Ice with white icing.
onomise in eggs and other
ad free. Ad dress R oyal
fiiiiam Street, New York,
tar, derived from grapes,
I qualities to the food.
tO No Bitter Taste
(By 1. 0. SELLERS Acting Director of
tle Sunday School Course in tie Moody
Bible Institute of Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1917. Western Newspaper Union.)
LESSON FOR APRIL 15
JESUS THE GOOD SHEPHERD.
LESSON TEXT-John 10:7-17.
GOLDEN TEXT-I am the good Shep
herd: the good Shepherd giveth His life
for the sheep.-John 10:11.
This lesson probably occurred at
the Feast of the Tabernacle in Octo
ber, A. D. 29. The-place was Jeru
salem, perhaps in or near the temple.
Facts, pictures and illustrations re
garding eastern shepherd lifd can be
used effectively in teaching the lesson.
The true tocher must impart, develop
and protect. Jesus does all of these
1. Jesus, the Door (vv. 1-9).. Any
one who tries to get access to the
sheep any other way than through
Jesus the door is a thief and a rob
her (v. 1). A door is an invitation to
enter, to investigate, to purchase, to
learn, to meet others. It is the proper
entrance. To go in through any other
way arouses suspicion. It is also a
Imeans of safety to control those who
enter; it con he closed in case of dan
ger, and is strong to protect against
storms and thieves. It is a means of
separation, to insure privacy, and to
furnish a means of egress. Jesus says
we are to "go in" for communion with
God, and to "go out" for service, to
"go in" for strength and to "go out"
for conflict. Verse nine is a wonder
ful verse. In it we have the simplic
ity of the Gospel, "I am the door ;"
the exclusiveness of the Gospel, "By
me," the conditions of the Gospel, "En
ter in ;" the certninty, "Be saved ;" the
liberty, "Go in and out ;" the provis
Ion, "Find pasture."
The true acceptance of Jesus leads
not to a life of fear and constraint
but to the perfect liberty of a child,
satisfaction in green pastures (Ps. 23:
2) that never fail (Rev. 7:10-17). The
world's richest pasture lands are bleak
and barren wildernesses in comparison
with this. Christ is the door to other
things not mentioned in this lesson
(See John 14:6; Eph. 2:18; Rom. 5:1
2; Heb). 10:10-22). By him we enter
the room of the knowledge of God.
The Christian's business Is to know
God and to make him known.
i. Jesus, the Good Shepherd (vv.
10-18). It IS not enough to be a door.
A door has no volition. It cannot leave
its place. A shepherd can go in and
out. A false Christ and false shep
herd are really thieves and robbers
who come to "Steal and kill and de
stroy." On the other hand, Jesus'
mission was a glorious one, "I came
that they migit have life, and that
they might have it more abundantly."
As a good Shepherd (1) he has cour
age (v. 12). Jesus was not only will
ing, but actually did give his life for
the sheep. Hie had love for all of the
sheep, and was wvilling to seek the lost
(Matt. 18 :12). He also had confi
dlence, due to his knowledge of God (v.
14). This is not audacity hut quiet
confidence due to experience. He
knows the proper pastures. He knows
where to find water for the sheep. Hie
knows the dangers and pitfalls along
the pathway. He knows how to di
rect our efforts. Sunday school teach
ers who are following In the steps of
the master, and who perform the acts
of a good1 shepherd, must pay the
price of knowledge. (2) Jesus had
character (v. 15). lie was right in
the sight of God, but in order to be
right in the sight of God he must also
be right in the sight of men. God ex
pects results. The cllurch expects re
suilts from its. The parents who trust
their children to our tenchuing expect
results. A sheep does not live for It
self'. It lives for others. Unless it
produces wool, andl is goodl for ment,
it has existed in vain ; so God, mtant
and the church expect of us, as under
shepherd1s, that we shall produce re
sults. This we (10 not have to (10 in
our ownu strength for any of us may
have the life which is ''nbundant" and
"exceeding" nnd "heCyond measure.''
The question Is, have we this super
abundant life? (See I Pet. 1:8; Johnt
1:15; Col. 1:10 ; Eph. 8:16-10).
Doctor Torrey has called our atten
tion to ten points about the good Shep
herd. (1) Heo knoivs the sheep. (2)
He is known by his sheep. (3) Hie has
a personal interest in his sheep, calls
each by name (v. 8). (4) H~e leadeth
them on. (5) He thrusts forth the
laggard sheep (v. 4). (0) H~e over
looks none; all are his own (V. 4 RI.
V.). (') He goeth before them, Hie
they troden every step of the way that
theymusttake. (8) H~e careth for
the sheep N\. 18). (9) He layeth down
his life for \he sheep (vv. 11 and 15).
(10) Giveth leternal and abundant life
to the sheep (vv. 10, 28, 29).
Jesus has sheep outside of Israel (v.
10). When these are brought in they
will all become one fold (Eph. 2:14,
15' Gal. 8:28). It is through hearing
Ihis voice that they are to be brought.
The laying down of his life was a vol
untary act on his part, bitt It wias per
formed in obedience to the father's
will (See Chap. 0:38: 15:10). Jesus
intended that his relation to his fol
lowers should be exactly like that
which bound himself to tihe Father (See
This love of the Good1 Shepherd led
him to die for our sins, and to be
raised for our tiatonne
New Discovery! Takes Place of Danj
Work Without Making You Si
II discovered a vegetable compound that does
the work of dlangerous, sickening calomel and I
want every reader of this paper to try a bottle
and if it doesn't straighten you up better and
quicker than salivating caloiel just go back to
the store and get your money.
I guarantee- that one spoonful of Do(lson's
Liver Tonc -will put yoLIr sluggish liver to work
and clean your thirty feet of bowels of the sour
bile and conslipation poison which is clogging
your system and making you feel miserable.
I guarantee that one spoonful of this harmless
liquid liver medicine will relieve the headache, bil
iousness, coatel tongue, ague, malaria, sour stom
ach or any other listress caused by a torpid liver
as quickly as a (lose of vile, nauseating calomel,
besides it will not make you sick or keep you from
He Knew. She Qu
A supervising priueipl)[ reeItly was- I'lle fort uie-telh
Iesting some elilldrenl in relalling andl, t , 111 Of lusirror
In order to know whether they Inter- back it she predi
ireted, correctly, asked the ienaning Ii store foi hi1 If
of different words. One word which lre.
promised diflicult(y was "christened." "You will die In
Whenu asked, none could tell Its mean- at last. "This l1i1
Ing. III order to lead up to its mean- me so."
Ing the supervisor asked: "WAell, what "le)!" gsped I
do they do when i baby's born?" ly cannot li as hii
Ote urchin, whose home must have "As I soid," cont
had a recent visit from Mr. Stork, will dip il a year
Polpped up andit sald, "They weigh it.'' Clannot saly.''
FALLING HAIR MEANS SYDOP OF
DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE
Save Your HaIi-S Get a 25 Cent Bottle
of Danderine- Right Now-Also It is cruel Lo
Stops Itching Scalp. harsh ph
Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy Look back at1
hair is mute evidence of a neglected sremember the "
scalp; of dandhuff-that awful scurf. on-castor oil
There is nothing so destructive to How you hated t
the hair as. dandruff. It robs the htair against taking th,
of Its luster, Its strength and Its very aWith our clii
life; eventually producing a feverlsh- Mother-s ano ehin
hess and Itching of thle scalp, whlichl physic. simply dot
If not remedied causes the hair roots do# The children
to shrink, loosen and die-then the edn Their tender
lini- falls out fast. A little Danderine injured by t hem.'
SaeoaGet a 25 centBottle of.Kn s to ip
fDanderine o uighytoradatro Nm-Aooers kee
Th oin bthtlie, clstres nd luxrancy lotok tak it;
hIch is soeutvidence It willgbecmed cleanb the ia
cavypan fufandY-haeth appeascrf. en--castomachl,
Thre f abndoth;ning onstru~ctgive n todw yo haes
glos hand asoftndruf,.bIt whbsth ha'ilroaaws. tkngt
pleas yust ill btet afte t ver Askathe ourch
fe; weveksntuellye produil atevris- otheralwori cyr
hessianithiug lofei the scalpd whnich cttmlyedo
Moightk, oo elp.n Ai-hntee.Tertn~
he falliot ast. Al whitle laertin-e '10 injuredyom.
wtnight--ow-ay ie- willmurey ey your child's
"sa i l ae unouruitir.aboeI needitii clea
Gea cntbotleof.nowto''ou' uualifornuia
the, fIrst appltions your hai wi~('-ll Uvi'an
whec i to hieautiful.tbill' becom clean telr out
aneo budne an- inopral ien toa saves, J
gloes andcur sOtes.,btAite byl row
Ce ek'ue utien youSap- willee ac ual- of "Califox2rna Sy1
ly se alot f fne, own hai-ne hs, fullb direutions
hairgroing ll ver he calp*Ad. o allw age ad
feet i s ehe gnly withe tikeredoPuu
withI a b'lky motoir . hl uad ht WlIp t ~li, .f .
"esu ('theu fory eve-y meoquet, a
"uce auhie grchwbyd.ail with yogok.
moniy in h gastme
the insinarlyn yea
"Ohlie' al uigut wenoiu et t "sin' f n uricsid
tellitg toe thatoole' ."g-cbe" h etwyt
Whenevera oeap-T ral Tree.lpet:Din o
Onrsi akd ren ar bethen r-s
fcill sunics ely walabeth Cutenwtthmel a
know tonc prpertes QUNINEand Chubef oftrngt, J.
MalaiaEnrchestheBlod an Buldsaid f-or the nandt
upnthent ash Sysem Sn rle nut es ofbcah
Bih letr Stadll twa.r sou. Louickl Mo..
Freexsaple'i ea be mail(l'-" mn with ABook.
gdretss1 l. poerd Cuicurea, etL
Boro. Soldy "every here.-Adv.ti Pesossuhei
promt ubterfge.s o .s tuhante hud
to"Wa sorms or aeorm, Gen?" catheperncr
ptedn $7me 3 ort h dis oeal. h be stnwyst
rerous Calomel- It Puts Your Liver To
:k-Eat Anything-It Can Not
ose a Day's Work!
a day's work. I want to see a bottle of this wem
(lerful liver medicine in every home here.
-Caloniel is poison-it's mercury-it attacks the
bones, often causing rheumatism. Caloniel is daw
gerous. It sickens-while my Dodson's Liver
Tone is safe, pleasant and harmless. Eat any
thing afterwards, because it can not salivate. Giv
it to the chillren because it <loesn't lipset the stoT
ach or shock the liver. Take a spoonful tonigiht
and wake up feeling fine and ready for a full
Get a bottle! Try it! If it doesn't do exactly
what I say, tell your clealer to hand your morey
back. Every <Iruggist and store keeper here knownz
lic and knows of iny wonder'ful di':overv (if a
vegetable medlicine that takes th pe: of danger
r1 waIs senlding cold
downk her-1 victim's
Ied the had things
Ithe imm11ediaite Al
a year !" she hissed,
In your. palml tells
TO KILL RATS AND MICE
he victim. "It ur-always use
Ias that y'
iit heseer, "y Stearns' Electric Paste
-but Iin year I Full directions in is languages
Sold everywhere-25c and $LO
U. S. GOVERNMENT BUYS Wf
Will reduce Inflamed, Straine4
Swollen Tendons, Ligamen
or Muscles. st op~s the lameness
0ce nauseating, pain froin a Splint, Side Bowe er
Bone Spavin. No blister, -no hab,
ySIC into a gone and horse can be used. $2 W
Chil. -bottle at druggists or delivered. Dew
scribe your case for slecial instrea
four childhood da tions and interesting horse Book 2 M Free..
to r c instd .ABSORBINE JR., the antiseptic linimentile
oso" mother insisted mankind, reduces Strained, Torn Lie.
calomel, cathartics. ments. Swollen Glands, Veins or M
Heals Cuts, Sores, Ulcers. Allays paln
lem, how you fought S.0a botta' deiersor delivered. ook , Evidence h -
em. dI. F. YOUNG, P. D. F., 310 Temple Street, Springfhllmauw.
Idren It's different. --
g to the old form of
i't realize what they
s revolt is well-found
little ?'insides" are
stomach, liver and,
sing, give only deli-,
Syrup of Figs." Its A
but gentle. Millions RHEUM mu
isis harmless "fruit Lm aoo ot
they know children ~eHUAIitrmvueaa
tat it never falls to "iBMC5 NTmii~
I bowels and sweet-AtU ugsa
id that a teaspoonful h.317&Sn hlsl itiue,
for a 50-cent bottle
forbaie, cilre S Lum~tApl ~bao oreafor.ute
Jas.. Baily~ & SenY Wiosl Dorstrioters
laet sick il oid tomor- ~ e iiii Batmore,0 Md~t.
'pof Fiigs,'' ahich SEeN PNo.atox Plauntal.G
if ior abes cen" Shipmen A~ prili i5tand raf. Vari
Ill 'ii 21 W~'l ~ ve~r $1 .75,per12 1.00; i .00 a do er $1 .6 n pne
0)11port Cl~~l0 r 1,000 order t'l.v. i rit o:. florrices ?m
-4 tomato , ope ai co1 p nllan t . -
41'4I 41et is1 itl EKNSLNC.Box,SmnerCn o
r:,inllg 30 cen,"~ .1: 0a ZN in tread. ., ,, ue
I .l~ lru ., Wa ck rt. ta 1 . 'i a o 22. 3 i' ~'l nor' p I
----- --- 41211lore~y~-. .. - 4.' . inin ',,,. 8r.n 7 non-skiag te
Ia- a) e i e rg In~ leai op" in nerta
*,pr eulid, from Klom'zew. FAnlE1RS AND ShIt'PERS NOTICE
~k ivser 1'ill,.. ene' "'. '1ruiMIn il~~isi0.5.arket
.. Mercantis, 11)0 l1(ende Street,, New Yor'k
W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 15..1917
nooks ? Take An Old-Time HerbaliToni.
. H. srrnn the Spring
from too muich uric Clarksburg, W. Va.--"I have takeq
freqiuently look older nearly all of Dr. Pierce's remedies at
They age faster and different times w'hen in needl of *
gray haIr or bald- medicine of theIr kind and found them
s Is, Indeed, often a all to' give peirf-et satisfaction. T.
The1( face appears 'Pleasant Pellets' nre- a splendid regue-'
lines anmd wrinkles lator of the stomach, liver and bowel.4
zsmeni or women. and as a woman's tonic I have taik
comb~at this prema- the TFavorite Prescription' and fount#
obstr'uction to the it just as good as it Is repr'esented to
cIrculation is of the be. The 'Golden MedIcal Discover
)iously of pure water is a splendId blood medIcine1 als9.go
['his wIll not make as a spring tonIc. I ania gad-to re
rily the wvater taken ommlend1 Dr. Pierce's reinedies- -for
fattens. Obtain at know they are all god"MR A
package of Anuric, NIE~ BOOTH, 221. .Taeksoti st.
hich is to be taken Pleasant Pellets fo' stminaeh-1 -~
:ler to expel the uric arid bowels, are made .41ndt the Ma
3mh The painful ef- apple, aloe leaves and jelay. Aznd eaa
ltimbago, rheuma- be Obtained~ frotm almost any apathe
appea acidInthe bload eary, aswl as. r. Ve a' F,4vot
rE RSI4ITM' Sod m47ye. e
LEILLTO~iAlso a F'ine Genera~ '
00antd $1.00 tS.