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11Vi, Tenn.--"i can say that Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and
the. Pleasant Pellets have beent the
]r.Ians of restoring my health. I
. s weak and run-down, iad smch
ii!idaes, and my kidneys were out
r der. It wai a misery for me to
1 C 'oimna. I began takin the
iden Medical Discoviry' an iid he
"asant Pellet.$' and they put me on
i . road to good health right away. I
a it to speak a good word for Dr.
S'ce's remedies to all suf'erers."
b rison Shepard, R. F. D. 1, Box 18.
art right by obtaining this 'Discov
ry at once from your neighborhood
ri'gist in tablets or liquid, or write
I 1r. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in Buf
N. Y., for free medical advice.
ian is as old as his organs; he
be as vigorous and healthy at
is at 35 if he aids his organs in
forming their functions. Keep
r vital organs healthy with
*orld's standard remedy for kidney,
bladder and uric acid troubles since
3 corrects disorders; stimulates vital
ms. All druggists, three sizes.
for the name Cold Medal on every box
and accept no imitation
It Vith Cuticura Soap
ap 25c, Oirament 25 and 50c, Talcum 2Sc.
3r CROIP, COLDS,
INFLU9NZA & PNEUMONIA
Wothers should :'cep a )at of Brame's Vapomentha
e convenient. when Croup lofiterza or Pneu
ulathreaten, this deiblful alve rubaed well Into
*throat, cheat and under the anus, will relleve the
sing. break congestion and promote restful sleep.
waI.:L mrtun mr. anmes
ik ", "~~a $10 211 &W * oradpreeut
0 -n Drug Co. N. Wikesboro, N. C.
c women imarry in order to be
penwudent, and soIme men get mar
kor tle same reason.
noisy argument drws disputants
ive contract, resident repre
tive, farmer preferred, adv'er
'farm equipment for large
facturer. N4o investment. High
* ank standing necessary. Address
212 Atlanta, Ga.
fro dying of coic, whc c
some ne advised me to ge
Colic is quickly overcom
ant, satisfactory remed
diarrhoea, flatulency and
healthy and happy. N<
M RS.WI I
The lnfcants' and
F1ormnula on every label. Write for fre<
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lard. Off Malaria and R
etnot sota bnepw druggist, wrn.
~1 The Womi
That all people do not have th
siaIe slinat of humor is illustrated it
tile following' story :
One of the wealthiest men in Youngs
town recently Sai to a friend:
"I had a funny dream last night.,
"What wa-its it all about?" the frient
"I dreaied I got Into a little filvvel
tiit ellmibed up a telephone Pole
turned a somersault on the wires, ant
then slid down another pole."
"Well, that certainly wis soiml
"Yes," the rich man exclaimed. "Im
agine tie in a fllvver."
A strange recipe was once given foi
the use of cucumbers. It stated. pee'
off tile cucumber, slice it, pepper it
put vinegar to it, and then throw 1i
out of the window. It Is, of course,
difficult to account for tastes; but thh
rather sliggests advice protmpted bI
.an enfeebled digestion. TIho uctIIlIbe
has for centuries had a plite In 1h1
world's dietary table. We hIve bilica
authority for the -statemeit that wilel
the Israelites comlpiiinIed to Moses,
they said: "We remember the fish
which we (id eat in Egypt ; the cucum-i
her anl(d the lelons." There nay 1)h
iiaginative ininds who will see here aI
link with that popilaiir li'glish dish of
today, saho11011 1111d cucluher.-Claicaigo
Not a Debatable Point.
The Woialln% w as callinlg oIl her next
door leiglihor, aIId I wile seatet iI the
livlig roo the front doorbell gave
i sharp riig. As it haIlpeieid to ie the
IaIid's (iay out, the slinall daughter
of the house 11swered tIhe rinig.
A ienetratiI lg voice reached us from
the opel door: "Is your Illmother en
M1ary 1llen's shril trehle wi s a
mingling or istoilsillellt and liutlig.
11111on. "M1y maother engaged! No,
ma'am1111; she's been ma111irried for years."
is It Progress?
"It ma11y lie progress or it alyI be
an1other forill of Imotiol," sahl (ld Mai
Doodle, "hut it is appirenit tlatt n1ow
ada113s tIe loss of a relmltation for
probity an1d virtue Is niot So much of
at handianl 11. Its it was a few years a1go.
In fact, I have heard Some halindelap
ping on the techleIal acquittli of self
einfessed notorious crooks.'-Chicigo
Explained at Last.
EIsle-Why (oes a clock start all
over again when it gets to twelve?
Bobby.-'Cause0 thilrteen's an unlucky
numbier, I s'pose."
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cheap. Lastaa nts.
at Lour dealer or
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Zolfor rds -ta
Fulton St., New York.
eha fo ree months.
Mrs. Winslow's Syup i1
a truly, !l
(Name on request)
ne by this pleas
which relieves flN
constipation, keeping baby
>nl-narcotic, non -alcoholic.
booklet containing letters from mothers.
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UWIOVED UNIFORM E1mMATIONA
(BY Rh . &'. U. yF -4W ALL.. D). D.,
Teacher of English Bible in the Moody
Bible Inatitute of Chicago.)
Copyright. 1922. western Newspaper Union.
LESSON FOR APRIL 16
LESSON TEXT-John 20:19-31.
GOLDEN TEXT--The Lord is risen in.
11t1AIltY AND JUNIORI TOPIC-The
INTL-.imRDIA TE AND S"'NlORt TOPIC
-Why We Ubserve Etater Daiy.
YLjUNU PhuPIA; AikU AD)UiT TOPIC
-1hu Livet of belief in tuo tesurrec
I. Jesus Manifests Himself to the
Disciples, Thomas Being Absent (vv.
lie appeared to several of lls dig
eiples at several diflerent tiues during
that ay. This is the first appeariance
to the ilsciples as a body. The rumors
of Ills se% erni appearaices on that day
catused the disciples to assenble to
talk over the miattvr. For fear of the
Jews, they met in a private roon and
barred tile door. While they were dis
cussing the straige happenings of the
day, the Lord mysteriously appeared
before ilhei with the greeting of good
cheer, "Peace be unto you." lie did
not comen with censure for their fail
ure and desertion. At lils birth the
angels ianounced "l'eace." Just be
fore lie took Ills departure, He said:
"'ence I leave w%'ith you; my pence I
give into you" (.John 11:27); "Let not
your heart be troubled" (Johin 1-1:1) ;
Uand 1oW the first word aIfter ils resua r
rectioni is "i'eace." inhaving ealhned
their fearsr, lie gave them anl unmiiuis
takalble evid(-nve ot ills resurrection.
"And when lie had so sniQ. lie showed
unto themi Ills hands nd lils side.
Then were the diseilples4 glad when
they saw' the Lord." Their (olilts
needed to be scnttered, uand Ilis pence
need(ed to be upon then. Consider:
1. The disciples' coimisslion (v. 21).
"As my Father hath sent Ale, even so
send I you." This coiniuiissionl wits not
siiply to a class, as the eleven, but is
to all Christians. In Luke 24:33 we
find that there were others there in
that meeting besides tihe elevmn when
Jesus showedt himself to -them and
commissioned them, showing that the
coiinission is not Contined to a class
or order, bit is wide as the Chr'ist in
body itself. All Christians, therefore,
are envoys and .representatives of
Christ. The exercise of this, great
function is not merely optional with
the individtliq but is obligatory upon
him. The Lord placed it upon a plane
with His on n comnmission from the
Father-"As ily Father hath sent me,
so send I you."
2. The disciples' equipment (v. 22).
"He breathed on them, and silth tuto
thln, Receive ye the Holy Mhost."
The mission of the disciple is a very
great one, bdit every one who goes
forth in its execution He clothes with
the power of a new life by the bestow
ment of His spirit. No one who has
flits equipument shrill ever fail. TIhe
Lordl's representatives have Ils life in
them. 'Thle harrenness of our eff'orts
is due to our failure to take by faiith
our eqpIamen t.
3. Thei dlis('iples' ntuthiority (v. 23),
"Whose soe'ver slats ye remit, they aare
reimit ted tunt o them; aund whose soever
sins~ ye ret ain, thley' ar'e retainiedl.'" Th is
atuthior'ity wats not lby virtute (if (fli('e,
hut by virtuie of hiaving the Holy
Ghost. T1his would give thle spir'it ual
dilscer'Inment to kniow who hadi~ or wh'lo
had1( not repent ed, and consequetly,
to proouince puuardon 01' iot.
II. Jesus Manifests Himself to the
Disciples, Thomas Being Present (vy.
Th'lomass wais abhsent at the fir'st tap
pearamnce (of Jestus. Ills aabsence de
privedt haim of ni vision oaf thle Lori1d. Alh
sence from the aissemtbly of believers
always oceisionas loss. Th'le (ather dis5
ciples go to 'ilhomasi i alice witIh thle
gladt niews (if thle resurrnection1, butt he
wilt not hellieve. Ills situbblon dishe)
lief is such thait lie doggedly dec'lares0
that unless lie sees th par ntls of 1h le
nails, etc.,. lie will nolt helieve. It is
right to demanad e'vidence. but to pr
scrib~e tearmas is rank unhel ief. Note.'
1. The Lordt's kindness to athose who
have dliflicultiles. Thoamaas de'served re
buke, but the Lord kindl) suialiled thle
evidence which lie dlemuanded.
2. The reveintion of lie ILord t rins
forms a doubter*tnto a possesso51r.
Ill. The Condluslon of the Gospel
In these verses .John's ar'gumients are
summarized, andh an explainationi is
given as to why he~ wro'(te 'Is (:ospel.
Many other things could haave been
written, bult these that lie wroate lie
judged adequate to prove his polint:
To prove that (1) Jesus of Nazsareth
was the expectedl Messisah; ('2) that
He wias divine-the very Son or (God;
(3) that those who believe ona ihn atS
God1's only Son--the Messlaih-would
receive eternal life. Eterntal lif' is lan
Him and only as lHe Is approprnia ted lby
faith can men he aved.
What Christ Saw in World.
Christ saw much in this w'arbd to
weep over, anal much t'' pray lver;
buit lHe saw~ Riot hing in it to loouk upon'I
Happiness In Our Heart.
Thle halppliess thnt we'r valy see~k
the wvorJd Ibyer is tall the thune withina
us, ntestledl ('lose to our' ownila: ha't s.
Maost of our comforts grow up be.
tweon our Coson...Jim..
Taste is a matter of
We state it as our honest
belief that the tobaccos used
in Chesterfield are of finer
quality (and hence of better
taste) than in any other
cigarette at the price.
Liggntt & Mytrs Toba0 Co.
20 for 18e
10 for 9c
of 50 - 45c
Poor Human Nature.
"Iis l'enll'd's novel cl' a sinali own
"It ltist le. The charifl1acters arte so
Itue to ilfeb thatt fthe origlinals doni't ree
Cuticura Comforts Baby's Skin
h'lien red. rough andl Itehilu.1. Iy lot
halths of Culleurn Soa aii totcuchs (or
'itleurn OIlliit. Also iumrIe use'
now, uand Ihei of thial ('i xqis)itely sientiekl
du1st ing plowdler. ( 'litl rn TI'leu(.111. one
(if thle 11sind is nab _l ticurn'l Tollel
HAD TO HAVE CONSERVATORY
Most Parents of- Six Marriageable
Daughters Will Sympathize With
This Home Seeker.
Charles M. Schwitab silad it a recep
tion In Nev York :
"The worid Is uantring after is
arman111Int tind( uni1versall peave as the
househunter ianikered after i conserv
"A houseluanter wis lookinig for at
chleap, s11innil house with n1 lar1ge conl
ser atory. The agent showed lham a
Iiuniaier (if louses. but it;S Ihey - all
lacked consvaiitlories tle litilIerI
turniled Ihliei down. linally the agent
Si l inl 1 disgtusted on:
'Of course I thougit your conserv
Iltory Idea wast- jus'l ta whim. A cebenp
nine-room house with at conserval(tory!
Why. mun, i 1in1'1 to let- found. Whllat's
thle reasonIII yo're J*( craz'f .y aufter a ('on
househaunter', 'It 's Jike' thIes. Wifle andu
I haive'J~i g IX sixdughteIrs, and1 till six
have had 32( young fe'llowi~s k id of' spaerk -
In' rotund 'em!) for a long, flng t ime ': so
toryV. Theic girls wvant somewherel(I in
do( thei( ripenin'u off in.'
Something in It.
-"Well ifuout take :in yo igh
from t heir mnehitnery. -
A sel f-conquettror 1s n1 main who never
get md onII a( st)I Ireet cear.
recognize the i
gain but muC)
up hostilities 's
tion of improp
settled with g
sible diet and t
alt possibility <
war on the stot
ing war in ret
I on starchy, h(
- - pinel
of Turkish and Dome
HAIR NETS AND ARMENIANS
Interesting Comparison Between Cost
of the For mer and the Clothing
of the Latter.
inTihe ha r~ 1Iir n : I i 4. wents woubl1
clot he , c-rnI e ha . 0tchidrn lin Ar
siehu t fqor /il4r in six 111ni1to. T nt
--i;. th11e. cot-I ! Ith rn u. A h 1 -:E'venI I A r -
1114.0i1n er l lo an Irv stinelt inlis 11141r%
lilt 11h.an nIJildy%..
' IIIve r ts.i \ ur;: it th t 1 1$ .1 wil I
votilli1iel O y I lI ir14 inl ultQ al -l l ti Itills
I Ill gilli t ai ! hil d 1111 of hiw .11. n 1l:it
slv "' I ~ r IotI*iriv I l n iw
Shi fa4'S tni z fo4 r six 1t1111oS .As.A
'1'hre Sll r 1;zs t i*4 Ii ' 1nsj ust 1141
ruxtislrts flo 'igure&~t ta tihu l' hll
foric~ h i i nets durisn a l.ik ioi w u
be in t (consi(er.it. exceto s if that
a'( Illit, depepllit u1p111115 15 lint 1 i
Se-veral thi1'gs. 11.ir tIets ar of inl
(.4 .!.tPnin rey reredin
'innes. Awd milady is init I ha
Over enuthi '. -:venl 1n1 i luexpr besl
tales lto nazard s ne gue-sses.
Te'(- N( ar E-iast ri 11 ef lalg. just pinl
cinliiti. *Jis ,t lKl yards oft 1unb111che
linuslinl for IIII~ gtn ier I~vl' Iart01nt fo -it
there i r - d 1 h4' SOusehh441 heml,
hrngalant11r enugh11 In rk thai t I
coni11t ry full (of mr11p1h.ans is not h111
greatest 1;ability in lit! world?-Chi
eg"o Evening 'ost.
"Doctoir. if there IS aniyting Ill
alitt er. with i ' t (141111 frighte 111-ball
to dethRbyglvly italNe. etii
'lne. J is tel t ru i what14( lt i r' plai
Therntle nBue A ri.Eegtt
renot tof Dh in"-ringhT
ac hteeNo ofubt.a
'u sand tkepin't asach.m
bith te stach! Theure'sng
ancent aggp ra efrt in t u
orgnssould bae "Te re's ou
iar"ntees Kofl Nse t an w
rAn "i'v getotn!<-v here for
wold eey ond theisun." tr
goryodyewla gd erape
nac tand ae's nouofkthe tas1
ur lodingkeep stoaryh.e
-andn wonrv- grcero to
ery cfooron hapi- taste pss
uarandeesffceny to anser
ru i of gestion hessipei
irapem u Grae-B(
f nytrotu CralCo4imnt l
There's a Reason.
"is .our now in iti proini t in fnl
w r ing 44 neirell':"
Y ts. id(It .4 Sh1e Iit sweethieairt
seinwher whosenIs hr at s-peeal
(it I<ih 1\ liI. 1 41 4 vry dvy."- Illinilng
Important to Mothere
Examine carefully every hottle of
CASTIiA, thiat ftunous( old retnedy
for infauts and children, and see that it
Beatrs the -
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
MADE POOR RENT COLLECTOR
Indianapolis Man Evidently Too Good
Natured to Succeed in That Line
INwehelor .4w Stokes, tle 1 iI st,
- never get" .ence fraiin his stolry-t-.1 ing
1o 41wn nw re'ital 3414ro 4in-rty in
(11nv (if the ind1lusti-hal dIIstricts. Tin11g.s
hav ben hit sIIw Ill i u141ti2.iry It11ly
fuid I.10 a l uu 1 r1 ubd (I c llvecin, his
ren I ts. li Ireal esI It ate broker 'n
I an;taally was re4n14'Iarning worI tiait he
couil 11411 c llee4' .
- "I'll go (1nt an44d (olleet it inyS(l 1,"
Mr. S1kes "1d141. it lit pee(vishly-l.-Iat
ls, If Jw ever gets that wny.
A(yhow. if <iy or two liter )Joe
S12 rl(ei (it onl a renail enihleftion four.
1.1414 thtat :lft(ernoallon he ' 4einrnel to)
hi3s druglJ 54ore. An iunutsuial liItl 13'SIn1Il
w aokin4g att the corner1ls of1 Jo4's
"Any uck ?' U11' y 14, re rzy! In
lrnoi4ey Irlo ine414 4'verywherel I went."--.
tie 1 f41 ori 14 'hl '1Vir. Saolne4 twen.'lty
:;'.1 414 i l' h--r I4~44 e.:.rie r in-. a' ii ..
'1. Inlin' l at.i la ri hll, hrc4 e ou -
"1:4llw44 itytiGere ge g
"Nn4w-sir, boss, nn1w-SIr. Ah linkes
iuts makes a friend.
te and an ally of the
a charm and satis
this delicious food
mpts appetite to say,
meal!" and digestion.
, Thank goodness,
ce at last!''
luts is the perfected
of wheat and mated
veet, crisp, and won
Durishing. It digests
d provides the nleces
Lents, including the
ral salts, for body,
rape-Nuts from your
ly, and le t a delighted
t treaty of peace along
isi:mile digestionl and.
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