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Calomel Today!- S
I Guarantee D
Don't take nasty, danger
Calomel makes you sick ; you lose a
day's. work. Calomel is quicksilver
and it salivates; calomel injures your
If you are bilious, feel lazy, slug
gish and all knocked out, if your bow
els are constipated and your head
aches or stomach is sour, just take a
spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver
Tone instead of using sickening, sali
vating calomel. Dotlson's Liver Tone
is real liver medicine. You'll know it
next morning because you will wake
up feeling fine, your liver will be work
ing, your headache and dizziness gone,
your stomach will be sweet and bow
els regular. You will feel like work
ing. You'll be cheerful; full of vigor
Your druggist or dealer sells you a
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone for al
Not at All Dependent.
"lilow inunty hmve you dl'leendent onl
"N1t on 101 iti ,'" answere'd Ml'.
(1m'ox, airter sm111' thou'llcii.
"I thoiglht you halul a liirge atiily."
"I lmrye 11 lari faVtimiily :11m1i it hot(use
full of serv ants. lint Ithey are the
most inlepeilent bluieh of people you
ever came Into contacet with."
"'Food will vinde dwar," 5111(1 Uncle
Eben, "but it don' follow ditt de man
who eats d most is de best fighter."
A Big Help
to every housewife isa well.
lighted room and lots of
running water on tap.
will supply all the lights
you require for the entire 4
[arm Also supply ample
power for small machines,
such as the separator,
churn, washing machine,
etc. Delco-Light will pay
for itself in a very short
time. Let us tell you all
" about it.
Home Light &
Charlotte, N. C.
Chills and Fever, Biliousness,
Constipation and ailment.
requiring a. TONIC treatmient
SW MP 1s not recommended for
S V~liMP-everyting; b)ut if you
be found just the medicine you need. At
druggists in large and medium size hot
tles. You may receive a sample size bot
tle of thIs reliable medicine by P'arcel
Post, also DOamfphlet telling about it.
Address Dr. Klimer & Co., Binghamton,
N. Y., ~nd enclose ten cents, also men
Every Woman Wants
* e .*g 3
FOR PERSONL HYGIENE
DIssolved in water for douches stops
pelvic catarrh, Ulceratien and inflam.
mation. Recommended by Lydia E.
Plnkham Med. Co. for ten years.
A heakine wonder for nasal catarrh,
sore throat and sore eyes. EconomicaL
SKODAKS & SUPPLIES
i.llWe also do highestelass of finishin.
Pces and Catalogue upon reques.
't 'S. Galeski Optical Co., Rlichmonud, Va.
odson's Liver Tone
)us calomel when bilious,
hy. Listen to me!
few cents under my personal guaran
tee that it will clean your sluggish
liver better than nasty alomel; it
won't make you sick and yo'0 can eat
anything you want without being sali
vated. Your druggist guarantees that
each spoonful will start your liver,
clean your bowels and straighten you
up by morning or you get your money
back. Children gladly take Dodson's
Liver Tone because it is pleasant tast
ing and doesn't gripe or cramp or
make them sick.
I am selling millions of bottles of
Dodson's Liver Tone to people who
have found that this pleasant, vege
table liver medicine takes the place of
dangerous calomel. Buy one bottle on
my sound, relinble guarantee. Ask
your druggist about me.-Adv.
THAT FINE GERMAN SYSTEM
Story of the Awarding of an iron
Cross That is Not Altogether
in speaking of the alpplarcent la-k or
Justice In the aVirlitg of decorations,
the anonytous English author of a
GeneeraI Letter to ills S. li (In 'ughton
Miillin) (litotes the followinhg deligt
ful extract frot the diary of a Ger
'"\Ioility-It rained he avily nal ou.
Lieutermunt M~uller w.as <lrunk:.
"'Tuesday-The English shelled us
and our Lieutenant atuller was very
"W\edne-sdaty-The English sheilet1
uis more heavily and our Lieiitenant
\itllet w5as druimk and Ineii iald e.
'"I'llsdaty-We were ordered to at
tick. (OInr iA euteniit \liller called
out to us r'lruithis dugout to adtlviance
"Suinlay- )r Lieutenant iuller
receivel the Iroin ('os.-K nsas
C ity Times.
Get New Kidneys!
The kidneys are the most. overworked
organs of the human hinly. and when they
fail i their work of lilterina out and
throwing oil' the poisons developed in the
systei, himgs begin to happel.
One of the first warnings is pain or stiff
ness in the lower part of the hack: highly
colored urine; loss of appetit ': inhges.
ion; irritation, or even stone in the blad
der. These symptoms indicate a condition
that may lead to that dreaded and fatal
malady, IBright's disease, for which there
is said to be no cure.
Do not delay a minute. At the first in
dication of trouble in the kidney, liver,
bladder or urmary organs start takin
Gold Medal IHaarlem Oil Capsules, and
ave yourself before it is too late. Instant
treatment is necessary in kidney and blad
der troubles. A delay is often fatal.
You can almost certainly find immediate
relief in Gold Medal Iaarlem Oil Capisiiles.
F~or more than 200 years this famious .prep
Riation has been ani unfailing remedy for
all kidney, bladder and urinary troui es.
It is the pure, original Hlaarlem Oil your
grea t-grandmaother used. Abiout two cap
stiles each day will keep you toned up and
feeling fine. Get it at any drug store, and
if it does not give you ailmost immediate
relief, your money will be refunded. lie
sure you get the' GOLD MEDlAL brand
None other genuine. In boxes, three
Paper of Double Worth.
A manlh in Tfexas has ln inveted a prior
ess for making paper pulp from the
stalks of cott(on, and initends to imakle
lPractlial use oft hIs discQovery by es
tabllishilng a mill somuewhere in his
statie. Thie protcess seemsli to have yth le
double advantage of relilevintg the iet
per shortage and1( preventinag thle bireed
I ng through thle winateri of I isect
which live in the stalks of cotton41 and~
harmii thle newu erPop.--T'x tile World.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas
Frank J. Cheniey makes oath that ho is
senior partner or the firm of F. J. Che-ner
& Co., doing business in the City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and that
said firm will pay thmo sum of ONE HUN
D)RED) DOLLARS for any ease of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the- use of
IIALL'S CATARRHT MEDICINE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A . D. 1888.
(Aeal) A. W. Gleason, Notary T'ublIc.
HIALL'S CATARRHI MEDTCTNE Is tak
en internally and acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
D~ruggtsts, 75c. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Only meni withl blue or' gray eyes
are aicceptedl for the tank service,
we hatve bieti told. They ar<'- soaId to
nmak(e better fighters than the brown
42yedi fellows. WVIlI the wuives of birown
CyedI men~i plealse confirm or deity this':
- -l1'hiladitelphla Public Ledger.
No WVorma In a Healthy Child
All chIliren troubled with worans have an un
:.eath color, which Indieates pmoor ltood, and as a
rute, the ro Is more or iess stomnach distu rbance
ono itVt'S TL ASTI1658 chitll TONIo given regularly
for two or thirie weeks wilt enrich the blood, in
prove tihe digesttion, and act ss a Generat Strengtha
cning TonIc tihe whole system. Nature winl thien
throw otf or ispeel thei wormis, and the Cbiid wIlt be
in perfeot, heoalth. i'teiasunl to take. Otto per bottle.
Bostoin scutlpitor has univeiledh a bust
of Capt. .John Laudrct. killed ini France,
Sonl of Halrry Latudier.
Ie who Serves his C fhind- I' a hus3
INPROVED UWIFORN INTERNATIONAL
(By Rev. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D.
Teacher of English Bible in the Moody
Bible Institute of Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1918. by Western Newspaper Union.)
LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 8
(May be used with temperance applica
IM.:SSON TEXTS-I Kings 21:1-29; IEphe
G;OLDGN TEXT-Have no fellowshil.
with the unfruitful works of darkness
but rather reprove them.-Ephesians 6:11.
DEVOTIONAL READING-Romans 12:
21 to 13:10.
ADDITIONAL MATERIAL FOP
T10AC IIICRS-Deuteronomy 9:18; Psalms
94:16; Luke 4:1-13; 19:41-48; Romans ':14; 8'
14; II Timothy 4:2.
The robbery and murder of Naboth
is one of the darkest of human deeds.
F'allure to recognize the righteousness
of Naboth's position, and to master his
own personal selfish desires, resulted
in this dark deed.
I. A Notable Example of the Tri
umph of Evil (I Kings 21:1-29).
1. Ahab's covetousness (vv. 1-0).
Near the king's palace lay a plot of
ground belonging to a simple farmet
which Ahab selfishly longer for. Na
both, loyal to the law of God and exer
cising his personal rights, refused t.
hart with it, though the king offered
himh what it was worth, or even a bet
ter one in exchange. With Naboth it
wats not a matter of money value, but
of loyalty to God and his fathers. It
doubtless would have been gain to him
to have complied with Ahab's desire,
for he offered its worth in money, or a
better one in exchange. Naboth put
prhnciple before worldly gain, or even
a reputation with the k'.ig. Ahab in
stead of conquering his selfishness
sulkily refused to eat.
2. Jezebel's wicked plot (vv. U-16.)
When she found Ahab pouting she
took matters into her own hands. (1)
She taunted Ahab (v. 7). A weak man
cannot stand to be taunted, especially
by a woman. (2) A mock trial given
(vv. 8-13). The charge made against
Naboth was false. They played the
hypocrite. Ills death was secured un
dher the pretense of justice. Jezebel
d('sired Naboth out of the way, so she
secured false witnesses against him.
(3) lIe was stoned to death (v. 13).
(1) Jezebel informs Ahab of Naboti's
death, and instructs hulim to take pos
session of the vineyard (vv. 1.1-1().
3. The doom announc d (vv. 17-20).
(1) By whom-Eil jah (vv. 17, 18).
At the connamI( of the Lord, Elijahi,
who hmd fled from Jezebel, goes to
meet the kiing as he entered upon the
possession of Naboth's vineyard. Ile
went to take possession but could not.
God always finds a man to bring to the
sinner the fruit of his wrongdoing.
(2) What it was (vv. 19-26). (a) A
shameful death (v. 19). The dogs
were to lick his blood in the place
where they licked the blood of Na
both. There is a retributive justice in
the judgments which God metes out to
sinners. "Whatsoever a m1an soweth,
that shllhe also reap'' ((al. :7).
JIezebel was to share a like fate. The
sinner should be assured that his sin
will f1ind hlrm out. (b) Obliteration of
posterity (vv. 21, 22). It was best
that the children of such a man should
be cut off so that there might be ant
end to such a wvicked dynasty. It
would seem thlat tihe wvorld hams now
come to such a state as tis. The dy
nasty which is responsiblie for the
blood( and sor'row of thle wvor-ld at this
timle Would better end andI its poster-|
ity be obliterated froml the eairthi.I
4. Ahab's repelitance (vv. 27-29).
Thlrough his humiliatlon he gained'
a respite from jud~gmnent. God alhlowed~t
him to go for awhile before lhe permit
ted the judgment to fall upon hIm. A
fewv years later 110 was slain in the
battlte of RamiothI-Gilead (chapter
1I. How to Overcome. EvIl (Eph.
1. By separation from it (v. 11). The
only wvay to overcome evil is to refuse
iellowsip withl it, to wvithdtrawv from
t. Lot, wh'lo had ent ered into fellow
ship with the Sodomiltes, was overtaken
with I disaster ; but Abraham, whoia wais
sepallrated froml it, was able to tdeliver
2i. By reproof (v. 11). It Is not
enloughi to merely refrain fromi prac
tieling evil. No neutral positloon is pos
sible. Thlere must be victory over it;
it must be defeated. Antagonism of
the evil Is necessary.
3. By watchlfulness (v. 14).
Living in tihe light of Chr-ist is nec
essary in order to overcomie evil. D~e
cepition is on every hland.
4. By a circumspect walk (vv. 15,
Pitfalls are all about us. To walk
wihu eoking about us Is most fool
I .sh, because thle evil one is On the
Ialert, doing his best to cause us to
53. Bly a sober life (v. 18).
0. By being filled wvith tile Holy
Spirit (v. 18).
Thlose who would overcome evil
must tihstala from intoxicatIng liquors
and all the. lnfluenmces of tile world
which unduly excite.
The Spirit-filled believer has the wls
domn and powver to overcome.
Tile best personal workers are thlose
who have a zeal for othlers biecause of
theIr owni changed lives. There may
be' av'eumen'1t against somel( for-ms of
reason(Iing and against v'arious cults
andi~ "Iims," but thlere cann 1)0 no ar
gonitent against a regenerated life.
LIFT OFF CORNS!
With fingers! Corns and cal
hses lift off. No pain!
Magic! Just drop a little Freezou
on that touchy corn, Instantly it stop
aching, then you lift the corn off wit
the fingers. Truly I No humbug!
Try F'reezone ! Your druggist sells ,
tiny bottle for a few cents, suilielent t
rid your feet of every hard corn, sof
corn, or corn bet ween the oes, ani
calluses, WItout one pmriticle of pair
Soreness or irritation. F- r, eAzone1 is tih
discovery of a nolted ('in inmii gentiu
Costly Bachelor's Hall.
Finley Peter Ununt" :id th1e (ith,
"It's folly to say tIh am t u,- liv
as (.beap as one- Iwo t";11 live falr. f:1
e'heaper" Itan one.
" 're you selitd n r yo'ur wife to til
shore this August ?' I asked .1 n'rhi
'No,' he ansWere1d. 'I enn't afTor
It. TI ensis too nutch.'
'Puti.' I said, 'yout' wife's fast.
are sitple. Strely she cnn sojml
of- the shore without spenmding a
great 11m1(un11 ?,
'I know 11:1. :111 r'ig1 .' said hr
'but last August. while she was:
the shore, I sintnl over tw o hunlrel
Impohtant to Mothers
Examine enrefully every bottle c
CAS'rO1tiA, that fimous old reted
for Infants and clilliren, and see that I
[n Use for Over 30 Years.
Thildren Cry for Fletcher's Castori
"W\ell, I'll he bhanedlv !" sbt1 the ordl
:iarily miek little 111:11 in grea1t sul
"Whly, lienry P'ek : Buchl ltng~uagse
"Well, I know I will. so by not a
kowledgea it at oncev.
"There Is not litlg conlnlon about it U
"No; not even sense."
Mrs. Etta Dorion, of
**I suffered from femalei
like a knife through my 1
strength so I had to go to t
but I would not listen to it.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
bottle brought great relief a
All wvomen who have fen
Lydia E. Pinkhiam's Veget
How Mrs. Boyd Avc
Canton, Ohio.-"I suffere,
caused me much suffering,.
I would have to go through
'"My mother who had beer
ham's Vegetable Compound
f ore submitting to an operat
my troubles so I can do my I
difliculty. I advise any womn
female troubles to give Lyd
table Compound a trial an
for them."- Mrs. MAmEn
:&. Ev., Canton, Ohio.
When you have Hear
Get rid of the Ove
the GAS driven out of yo
IT GIVES YOI
Cet E A TONIC from j
A mosquito cannot cor
it is Infected with malaria
mosquito will transmit an
blood of a person and these
i1 feed on the blood should 1
have time to increase in nu
sometimes called Chills and
possesses the power to enth
rial poison. The Quinine ii
chill TONIC kills the germ i
You can soon feel the
ing effect of GROVE'S TAS'
-is an exceptionally good ge
for the Child, for the Mot
' Pleasant to take. Price 60
t Perfectly Harm
Nux-Vomica or other
8 Grove's chi
You can now get Grove's
form as well as in Syrup, the kin<
" Tablets are intended for those v
rather than a syrup, and as a co
The tablets are called "GROVE'
r contain exactly the same medic
actly the same results as Grove':
put up in bottles. The price of ei
d1 OHI Puts a ...
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n -'O z C1
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e'xposet'l unt cent.4
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sorr l th w, w s un1king on i. ltinir
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h0i e rec. te s ot s o e i o
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;roub ler whi h tausd irig p-<inis d
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he<-'ome Ilhe w\ire or' lier sonl.
t Milw\nuke' is rec~ruiting r1 Unit of 2r,
expert women StInographers for oolr
o.Itrat Sc m fomeW
rn~ols whfichtaed rcn ain
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ed iTheil doc asdvise an opertio
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sibotthav enirlb Aure me
al' uleDyi ng Byn houd
nlod and xcers decid adyuwl
'ouse workii wigjtou DOBLnyAR
Add . whoo isa.td~ C.18.4o.with Ae.Cbio.I
rimunicate malaria unless
The bite of a malaria
alarial parasites to the
malarial parasites which
be destroyed before they
mbers. Malarial Fever is
i Fever, Bilious Fever and
'ely neutralize the mala
a GROVE'S TASTELESS
and the Iron enriches the
'ELESS chill TONIC. It
neral strengthening tonle
her and all the Family.
fess. Contains in
r Poisonous Drugse
ii Tonic Tablets
Tasteless chill Tonic in Tablet
I you have always bought. The
rho prefer to swallow a tablet
nvenience for those who trave
S chill TONIC TABLETS" and
inal properties and produce ex
Tasteless chill Tonic which is
ther is 60c.
LRFS THE SICK
irs having th' (1lsease no matter hoiW
ndut $t.15 n bottle, $5.50 und *11.00 I
a;' n l diruggists anid turf goodis house '
1 Co. Goshen, Ind.. U. S.
Measure Socks With a Ruler.
A r1114 iini n1ot it iaijit ineI4 SI
shoubt1( ho uit i n <leterinininlg thi
h-"nth ((1' sock~s klttle( to tedl ( roes
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l-'t'it Itiist heI' 'roi 11 t(1 11%,E Inches
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st:1n 1 .1r4 1 iii (ln. jin1:4c' tii sIoaller t1a14
'hiinil11 in a1nother. I I4we'v'r. soc
Itha t are \w"1l1 1ropIr44 tonel (1 ar' atccepv
(l(,i i they are 'Ii.-htly ove4*'r or 11ghtl1
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Proof of it.
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hr t.,4 n4't4 loose,...
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