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Suffered For Years
Back and Kidneys Were in
Bad Shape, But Doan's
Removed all the Trouble.
"My kidneys were so weak that the
least told I caught would affect them
and start my back aching until I
Scould hardly endure the misery," says
Mrs. D. C. Ross, 973 Fulton St., Brook
Ivn, N. Y. "In the morning when I
first got up, my back
was so lame, I could
hardly bend over and
any move sent darts of
pain through my kid- ie
teys. It was hard for
We to walk up stairs or
stoop, and to move
while lying down sent
darts of pain through
'Tho kidney secre. MRS. ROSS
tions were scanty and distressing and
the water remained in my system, inak
lng my feet and hands swell. There
were dark circles under my eyes and
I became so dizzy I could hardly see.
"1 had rheumatic pains in my knees and
it, was all I could do to get around.
For years I was in that shape and I
wore plasters and used all* kinds of
inediciie to no avail until I tried
Doo1u' Kidney Fills. They rid mc
of the trouble and strengthened my
h.uck and-kidneys. When I have taken
Daon's since, they have always bene
Swtaorn to before me.
L. N. VAUGHAN, Notary Public.
Cet Doan's at Any Store, 60e aBox
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A N)I'A V1rankiin t.,tWULW LL"a
S. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 44..1917.
Net Contents 15Fluid Draoh
ALGOHOL-3 PER GENT.
' similatingtheFood byRegula
' 'neiher 0plum,Morphine nor
, ? Mineral. NOT NARGOTIG
A helpful Remedy for
Gonstlpationl and Diarrhoea.
and Feverlshnless and
Loss oF SLEEP
- Fac-hlite Sgaueo
Tis GntrTAUR GoNP*
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
/71; Why suffer from
-v -q lgi pins whcn
Tiliiment is good too, for rhets
nn.ium, sciatica, headache, pala in
choJtorside, sprains, cuts and bruises.
35c P'ER BOTTILE AT ALL DEALERS
t.ao botl tainsnor than thbe
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Ask tea'e and GOet
enThe Original Cough
and Cold Remedy
SSTOPS 'i'HE WORST
-. COLD IN 24 HOURS
Beat for Colds, toughs, Croup,
i~. So,. Throat, Whooping Cough.
C 2Lc and P0c at ail Druggists
AFTER 14 YEARS
This Lady Tried Cardul. Let Her
Tell You in the Following
- Statement the Results
Wise, .Va.--irs. J. M. Elan, of this
place, in writing of her female
troubles, says: "This trouble went on
for 14 years, often I was unable to
work and suffered badly at . . . times,
when I could not be on my feet at all.
Really in bad health all the time dur
ing those 14 years, and was never
without pain, with owful backaching,
had no appetite, was nervous, but at
that time my husband's sister . . .
recommended that I try Cardui, which
I began to take . . . and which has
caused me to be in better health ever
since. In a few days I felt that im
provement had begun. My back got
stronger and less painful. I got less
nervous and my appetite began to im
prove. In a few weeks may improve
ment was noticeable, and I got into
better health than I had had for 14
years. .. .iy walking before had been
very painful, and could not stand on
my feet to do any good. After using
these medicines, however, I could walk
without pain and was able to do the
work and housekeeping for an ordi
namy family. Mry back and appetite
were better and also my nerves."
If you suffer as Mrs. Elam did, take
Cardul. It may be just what you need.
El'etrieally operated hailr elippers
have been invented to save barbers'
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
A llei-Th'le sih doej~1(lsni't see much
and1( dige'st S (everything.
( lertie-W--~hnIat an ide'a Ilahusband.
Knows Tetterine Cures Eczema.
Mocksvilie. N. C.
'I have a friend in the c'ountry hero who
has suffered for years with l'ezema, and
I told him If he used Tetterine he would,
soon be relieved,. for it is the only thing
that I ever used that would kill it.
P. S. E'arly.
Tetterine cures TEezemna, Tetter. Ring
Worm, Itching Piles and every form of
Scalp and Skin Disease. Tetterine 50c;
Tetterino Soap 25c. At druggists, or by
mail from the manufacturer, The Shup-.
'trine Co., Savannah, Ga.
With every mail order for Tetterine we
gie a box of Shuptrine's 10c Liver Pills
They Never Do Then.
"Do you object to your humsband
staying out late nights?"
"Not if I ami with him."'
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S:
TASTELESS chili TONIC. You know|
what you are taking, as the formula isI
printed on every label, showing it is
uinmine and Iron in a tasteless form. The
amIne drives out malaria, the Iron
uids up the isystem. 6o centn.
Self-xmat isfact ion la a good ting not
to parade in publllic.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the
original little liver pills5 put up 40 years
ago. They regulate liver and bowels. A d.
A shorit answer Is often followed by
When Your &ses Need Care
~Tr Murine &e Remedy,
lio8mrtng - us, re omor. 6 cnt a
(By -REV. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D.,
Teacher of English Bible in the Moody
Bible Institute of Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1917, Western Newspaper Union.)
LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 4
DEFEAT THROUGH DRUNKEN.
(World Temperance Sunday.)
LESSON TEXT-I Kings 20:1-21.
GOI4DEN TEXT-Let not him that
girdeth on his harness boast himself as
he that putteth it off.-I Kings 20:11.
I. Samaria Besieged (vv. 1.12.)
1. By whom (v. 1.)
Benhadad, the Syrian king, accom
panied by )2 kings, came against Sa
maria. These 32 kings were not al
lies, but rulers over the neighboring
2. Benhadad's message to Ahab (vv.
le offered pence on the most abject
and insulting terms. ills demands
meant more than the exaction of trib
ate. le over-reached hinmelf in this;
thus defeating his purpose. le not
only demanded tribute money, but the
surrender of that which was most vital
to Ahab's manhood and self-respect
his wives and children. le thus made
a thrust at his tenderest spot. Many
a man has been thus aroused to do his
duty, who otherwise would have sub
mitted to shameful indignities.
3. Ahab's reply (vv. 4, 7-9.)
His reply was tame and humiliating
ly submissive. Perhnlis, he thought
it only meant the giving of tribute,
which he was willing to do in face of
Benhadad's overwhelming army. Con
elliatory measures were regarded as
most prudent. But the peremptory de
mnands of the enemy repented, awoke
Ahab to his senses, and caused 1 1 him to
cnll together the elders of the land,
who counseled against submission.
Thus stiffened for the oliposition, Ahab
refused to make full compliance - wit'h
4. Benhadad's bluster and boasting
The design of this was to strike ter
ror into the hearts of the king and
people. ie vows that he will make
Samaria a heap of dust, and that this
dlust will not he suflicient to fill the
(ands of his army, so overwhelming is
the number of his host.
5. Ahab's answer by a proverb (v..
"Let not him that girdeth on his
harness boast himself as he that put
teth it off." This is a proverb full of
points for all boasters. God's purpose
may overrule all man's proud pre
sumptions. "Man proposes, but God
disposes." "Pride goeth before de
struction, and a haughty spirit before
6. Readiness for the attack (v. 12.)
In the full confidence of victory, the
Syrian king was giving a banquet to
his princes. In the midst of this feast
ing, the command was given to iovade
Sanmaria. Incited by strong drirkc, he
nyve no attention to the striking prov
arb of Ahab. Many have gone to ruin
cecause through the stupor of drunk
anness, they have failed to heed proper
II. A Prophet Sent to Ahab (vv. 13,
Who the prophet was, wve are not
told, but why lie was sent, is made
'lear. He brought from God a prom
se of victory which Was to cn'use Ahab*
to know Jehovah. it is a marvelous
Elsplay of God1's goodness and grace.
Iba'ael (deserved the most severe chas
tisement. but God promised victory for
his own sake in order to make his glory
known. The agency by which the vie
tory wans to he nehuieved, was the young
men, an agency purp~osely feeble, that
the victory might be seenu to lbe of God.
ill. Ahab's Victory Over the Syrians
The army of Ahab was but a handful
compared with that of the Syrian king
(v. 15; cf, v. 10). Bienhadad, with con
ildence in his superior numbers, or
tIered the young men of Israel to be
taken whether- they came for peace or
wvar. Tie, with his princes, continuedl
their drumnken deb~auch. The young men
struck right and left, creating great
consternation. When the seven thou
sandl reserves joined the young men, a
general panic was produced among the
Syrians. From the human side, the
s'ietory is accountedl for by the drunk
enness of the Syrinns, lbut from the di
vine side, we see that God wrought for
his own glory. Ahab pursued the Syri
nns wvith a great slaughier, but Ben
hnadad escaped. Many have been the
defeats which have come through
d~runkenness; defeats in morals, de
r'ents in religion, dlefeats in business,
defeats in physical endlurance. The
man who 'indulges even moderately,
has reduced his opportunities of suc
cess very greatly. Most of the acci
dents by aut omobles, rnailroads, etc.,
nre tracceable to the use of intoxicating
Few pople-, rich or rpoor, make tfle
most of what they posse Ms. In their
anxiety to increase the amount of
mecans for future enjoyment, they are
too apt to lose sight of their capabil
ity for the present.-Leighu Hunt.
Duty for All.
I am sure that it is a duty for all
of us to aim at a just appreciation of
various points of view, and that we
sught to try to understand others rath
er than to persuade them.--A. 0. Ben
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Couldn't Be Beaten.
The Other wveek n conmtry womanl
Went i llin ia sill im'ked town in the
north to do somne shopping, says Pear
After inakiig several purchases she
cnme to a grocer andi provision mier
chant's shop, inl whlow of which she
saw sonme n1iet- letkinig ggs.,
She went iit, tilt' shop and asked
the grocer If hi': w-re gool and fresh
Siiti'n." .ui I71 he grocer *
"they snniqot - I'''aten."
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fue use tae le. If Ithey ennn1a131' he heat
en, as I want 114'm for our Jock's pud
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enced by constitutional contditions. It
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f Japan's 54,000,000 people, about
'00,000 are Christian helievers. 'rhia
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bers number 97,350, of whom 11,880
were baptized In 1915-1916. Thle gain
was about 14 per cent.
Have you ever used MOTHER'S JOY
SALVE for Colds, Coughs, Croup end
Pneumonia, Asthma, and Head Ca
tarrh? If you haven't get it at once.
It will cure you.--Adv.
Doctors Raise Fees.
D~octors' fees aire to lbe raised in
Loindon. Medical men In various tdis
tricts haIve comie to a common agree
mienit, andit the result thait hatients are
being asked to payu~ more. Twenty-fIve
lper elni Iitierenise is theW average,
IndigestionI products iagreeable and
someltItime alarming symlptom3s. Wright's
indianvegetable Pills stimul1ate11. the diges
tive- processeus toi funettona nulatrally Adv.
Theii. auve'rlge 11ntin is aIlw0 3y5 lpail. at
How Women are Restored to
Spartanburg, S.O.-"For- nine yea
fered from backache, weakness, an<
larities so I could hardly do my u
tried many remeldles but found(n<
nent relief. After taking Lydia]
hadi's Vegetable Compound I felt
change for the better and am now ,
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I hope every user of Lydia E. Pb
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222 Dewey Ave., Spartanburg, S. O
Chicago, Ill.--"For about two ye;
fered from a female trouble so I wa
to walk or do any of my owna work
about Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegeta
pund in the newspaper-s and deter
try it. It brought almost immedia
My weakness has entirely disappea1
never had better health. I weih 10
and am as strong as a man. thin
is well spent which purchases Lydia
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YOU CAN RELY UPO!
Calonet Users! Li
I Guarantee D
Your druggist gives back
liven your liver and 1
you up without r
Ugh ! Calomel matkes you sick. It's
horrible ! Take a dose of the dangerous
drug tonight and tomorrow you may
lose a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
which causes necrosis of the bones.
Calomel, when it coques Into contact
with sour bile, crashes into it, breaking
it up. This is when you feel that awful
nausen and craipluig. If you are slug
gish and "all knocked out," if your
liver is torpid and howels constIpated
or you have headache, dizziness, coat
ed tongue, if breath Is had or stomach
sotr, just try a spoonful of harmless
Dodson's Liver Tone tonight.
Here's lmy guarantee-Go to any
drug store and get at bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone for a few cents. Take a
by shipping to Fo:
Dtt . ghi
If you wake in the morning with a l
perhaps headache, your liver is torpid
system, produces sick headache, dyspej
better remedy for these disorders th
them just once and be eternally convi
"The country editor gets his pay in
eggs, hacon, plum jam, clickeins, na
ples, hutter, fresh lpotatoes atial similar
"Yumu, y u," chirped the miillioimlai re.
"I can't get that stuiff in market. Where
('an1 I pick up it country l1ap1er? Never
mind the price."-Louisville Courier
Granulated Eyelids. Sties. Inflamed IEyes
I elieved over night by Roman Eye I3alsuant
One trial proves Its merit. Adv.
Good resolutions are umanuafactured
the mlorning after.
ALL MEN AT HOME SHOULD
PREPARE FOR WAR
The first test a man is put thru for
either war or life insurance is an exami
nation of lhis water. This is most essen
tial because the kidneys play a miost im
portant part in causing premature old age
and death. The more injurious the pois
ons passing thru the kidneys the sooner
comes decay-so says Dr. Pierce of Sur
gical Institute, Buffalo, N.Y., who further
advises all people who are Past thirty to
preserve the vitality of the kidneys and
free the blood from poisongua elements,
such a's uric acid--drink pleniy of water
sweat some daily and take Anurie, double
strength, before meals.' 60c a package.
This An-u-rio is a late discovery of Dr.
Pleren and Is put up in taliet form, and
can be obtained at almost any dIrug store.
For that backachec. lumbago, rhaeumatism'
"rusty'" joints. swollen feet or hanuds, due
to uric nid~, in thle bilorl. A nirie* qicklIy
dissolves the urb-' :acht a s ins.; watIer does
sugar. TIake a 11i11, Anurh-al ibeforeo meals9
and1 prolong life. Senid to aents to Dr.
Pierce for trial package of Anuric.
n 'not to
re r suf
ny work. ..
rs I suf
ed and I. --il
L E.0 I '
isten To Me!
odson's Liver Tone
your money if it doesn't
)owels and straighten
naking you sick.
spoonful and if It doesn't straighten
you 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
howels of that sour bile and constt
pated waste which is clogging your
system and making you feel miserable.
I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
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 like its pleasant taste.
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)ad taste in the mouth, coated tongue,
A torpid liver deranges the whole
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Richmond, Va.-"I have taken Dn
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the best e!ffct. I
*had a very sei
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- cold with ai bad
/ / ~ .fever ; the cough,
W0 n as exceedingly
'I harsh and so vie
Slent ns to give me
jan irritating sore
- ptir o at. w ith
.. honrsenmess and a
, comnpressedl feet
* ng in my lungs.
The cough reduiicd miy strength and K
had to stop work. At the satme time
T was suff'erinig from indigestion and
had to hi ve on stale bireadu and1( mil1k.
My liver also wvas ini a very innetive
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