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FeelIng. Strop indigstio , foodsuring re
peating, and all tho many miseulee caused by
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sands wonderfully benefted PoeItlvely gruar
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For Liver and Bowels
Dr. Cartgr's K. & B. Tea
A Mild, Gentle Vegetable Laxative and
For the stomach, iiver and oowels and
to purify the blood, there's nothing more
reliable. Give it to the little ones when
they get feverish andcan't eat. They like
it and it does them lots of good.
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WITH HEAVY COLD?
Don't give if a chance to
"set in"--use Dr. King's
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cold or cough or case of grippe
' might get the better of you may
be nearer than you think. Prompt
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Will avert a long siege.
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phleam, broken vicious colds and
cougis. Give it to the youngsters
take it yourself. There will be no disa
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Mrs. P. M. Jones, of
Palmer, Okia., writes:
"From the time I en
tered into wtomanhoodr
.* . I looked with dread
from one month to the
next. I suffered with my.
back and bearing-dowvn
pain, until life to me was
a misery. I would think
I could not endure the
paIn any longer, and I
gradually got worse. ..
Nothing seemed to help
me until, one day, . &
I decided to
The Woman's Tonic
" I took four bottles,"
Mrs. Jones goes on to
say, "and was not only
greatly relieved, but can
truthfully say that I have
not a pain...
"It has now been two
years since I took Cardul,
and I am still in good
health. . . I would ad
vise any woman or girl
to use Cardul who is a
sufferer from any female
If you suiffer pain caused
from womanly trouble, or
If you feel the need of a
good strengthening tonIc
to build upyourrun-down
system, lake the advice
of Mrs. Jones. Try Car
dul. It helped her. We
believe it will help you.
Dutch Government, for Second Time,
De'lines to Deliver up Former
Kaiser. Says Her Supreme Duty Is
to Laws of Kiugdom.
The Hague, March 5.--The Dutch
government for the second time has re
fused the demand of the allies to de
liver the former German emperor for
In the note which went forward to
day, the government, while appreciat
ing the motives actuating the allies
declares its inability to change its
previous decisions. It says it is not
forgetful of the inhuman acts commit
ted during the war, but since llolland
is not a party to the Versailles treaty,
the queen's government finds itself in
a different position from other :)owers
with regard to these acts.
'Since the government's supreme
duty is to respect the constitutional
laws of the kingdom, the ncte con
tinues, "It ran only emphasize that it
would be committing an act contiary
of law and justice and incomptible
with tie national honor if it consented
to violate these laws by abolishing the
rights accorded to a fugitive finding
himself on Dutch territory."
Protesting that this attitude does
not put Holland outside the comnu
nity of nations, the note declares 1lol
land Is fully conscious of the duties
the presence of the former emperor
places on the Netherlands government
-'-ithi regard to the country's own in
terests, as well as international se
The note protests that contrary to
tle impresion deriveoj from the allied
note, the Dutch government from the
beginning has observed the obligation
entailed by these duties. The govern
ment, the note says, will continue to
do -o, being able in the exercise of
Dutch sovereignty, to take on the spot
all precautionary measures deemed
reqttuisite to subject the freedom of
the former emperor to necessary Ilin
The Netherlands government says
it is anxious to place these declara
tions on record in the most formal
manner, and in conclusion declares it
is to be its opinion that these decia
rations, which prove that the govern
ment realizes the dangers which the
powers dread, will dispel their appre
TIhe note is signed hy Ponkherr Von
Karnebeek, Dutch foreign in inister.
KILLED IN WIREClH
Two H!!led tnd 1 Passenjgers injured
When Florida Special is Deralled.
-Wilson, N. C., March 5.--Engineer
liobert Wilson of Rlocky Mount, N. C.,
and George Kent, his negro fireman,
were killed and fifteen passengers
were badly shaken ip and suffered
minor injuries this afternoon when
thte Flori(la special of the Atlanthe
Coast hine, known as train No. 86,
nortthibound. was wrecked two miles
south of Lucana. The cause of the
deria ihnient has not bteen determnined.
Phsic~5 'ians and1 ntirses werei sin t by
spieclial triain from Wilson to thle scene
of th i('wr'c(k and fifteen iiassentgers5
aipptliled for 11irst aid trieatitent, alilI su f
'xlriig fiomt scriatch1es a nd brit ises, bit
nonie( wer'e ser iiou sly hur t, accor .ng
to r'ephorts r'ce'ivedl here. All the in
ijured contIinu ed thieir j~.ourin i norithI
warid on aniother('I traini, wichi is beinxg
detouredu via Smithfield and Godmlsboiro
to ltocky Mount.
Th'Ie tria in was rtunning abotit eight
hoiurxs lateC, it is saidl, when ithe ii deri I
men t occurried'. 'Te negro firemitan
was instantyl killed, hut i'0ngnteer
Wilson lived abotut tw%)on ius after he
Inug taken from thei iw reekage.
lI esides thle enigin e, thle baggatg( ciar,
itostal storaige Ciart, negro conehi, day
('oachi and~ M sever'a Il' Pllmanis left the I
tails. Thlie toad will be block ed for
abhouit twelve houris, r'ailIway oflic ialis
say. Wrie'ckerxs fr'omt Iocky3 Mtouttt
and Florenctte'(, S. C., itri cl earning up
Bouquets for Patti
The hotuquet s thriown o Mime. Patti
on the occatsiont of onie of her' fiarewe'll
appearainces in Paris filled eight car
IEE IID 01''l T l. tifE.
if y'ou ar'e a suiffeirer writh lamte hack,
biackaclie, dxizzitess, ntervoutsness and
k idney disorders, whly dont't yoti try
the r'emedy that youri ow in neighbotrs
iecomimend ? Ask yotiri ne ighblor.
Mr. is. Jatnie laedford, -131 iFleming S't.
l~aurens, says: "M~y khinreys were weak
and my back was lamie antd I couild
hard'l Iy stooji ov(''r( loi ut (in my shoes
in thle mtorinintg. I htad a tired feelinug
arid felt as if' a weight wer'e on iiny
shoiuldei's. I was nerivoius andl dr'owsy
and ity kidneys dlidnl't a('t right. I
anuffered this waty for' a nutmbher' of
yeats utti I began faking IDoan's kid
itey 1Pills. D oait's gave me qluick te
lief fromt the first antd in a shor't time
fixedl tue til in good shape. I cnn't
say ('notugh for i' his remedy."' ( State
miien t given Novemberot 23, 1914.)
On\ Marichi 2(0, 1918 Mirs. L-edford said:
"Whiiat I said beftore of IDoani's Kidney
P1'is still hioilis good. I hav e j ust
as muttch faith in them now, foir they
ad1vise anyvone( iroubhied wVithI thieiri kid
tOys t o triy I )oa n's Kin ey IllIs.''
(;0C at all dlealer's. F'oster'-Milbturn
rm. Mfi's. nuffalo N.Y
NTIW TESTAMENTS TEXT
CONFIRMED BY AlVIIAE0LOVY
(The Sun and New York Herald.)
A great feat of recent archaeologi
cal research has been to demonstrate
the accuracy with which the text of
the New Testament has come down to
us from the original manuscripts of
the first century. In the words of Pro
fessor Camden Mt. Cobern of Alle
gheny College, "The new discoveries
have proved beyond doubt that the
Now Testament text was transmitted
with remarkable accuracy and scrup
ulousness, so that it can be trusted
more confidently than any other an
''his conclusion is based opon the
examination and comlipailson of thou
sands of manuscripts, chiefly papyri,
some of which are older than any
known to scholars before the present
generation. Forty years ago no scholar
had ever read a manuscript written
during the life time of Jesus in the
anguage commonly spoken and writ
ten in that era. No New Testament
manuscript known was older than the
fourth century A. D., and only three
or four were older than the sixth cen
tury. We now have many fragments
of ancient New Testaments written
on papyrus between the third and
sixth centuries, some of them being
a hundred years earlier than any pre
viously known, and these New Testa
ments are "in every essential exactly
like our own."
The aecepted text is also strongly
confirmed by tens of thousands of
Syriac, Coptic and latin texts repre
senting various versions of the New
Testament or ancient writings con
taining quotations from the New Tes
tament. If an Arabic translation of
Tatian's larmony of the Gospels,
written in Syriac about 160 A. D., tru
ly represents the original, and scholars
generally believe it does, it 'gives us
the text of tht Gospels which was ac
cepted by Christians within two gen
erations of Saint John's death. A
Syriae New Testament found by Mrs.
Agnes Smith - Lewis and Mrs. 31ar
garet Gibson In the Convent of Saint
Catherine at Mount Sinai in 1892 is
believed to give proper names and
many phrases in the exact form in
which the disciples of Jesus uttered
thbm. The difftrences in the various
texts now available for comparison,
Dr. Cobern says, are not nearly so
strongly marked as those bebwcen the
Revised Version and tht Twentieth
Century New Testament.
First of 'he new discoveries in logi
cal order was that made by Adoif
Diessmann that the great mass of
Greek documents from the first and
adjoining centuries recently dug up
legal and business documents and pri
vale letters-were all written in the
language of the .New Testament. The
difference thereforo between classic
Greek and the Greek of the New
Testament is the same as the differ
ence between literary English and the
ordinary spoken language. In other
words it was not Wycliffe Iwho first
gave the New Tes tamnent to the People
in thie language of thle people bulit it
was P'aul and1( M\ark aind Luke.
The discovery at once disposed of
manny obscurities, supposed mistakes
antd diffieulties wvhich hadl periplexed
schiol aris ini the New Testament. In
ani a(ccou :n of all thesei' discoveries
P'rofessor (Cobein sayvs in the liblical
"'One conseqiuence of this new
(liscovery' is that we must nowv
give up our oldt confidence that a
th eologicl('t do't rine canI be p roved
ly somia'elhange' of tense or ainy
othlerI 11 miute g ramnmat lent form.
M\any of the' arguments wvhich
hiave con tib ut ed much to deinom
in atIional con trove rsy and some
whIiich have coniivulsed Chistinn
ity have now baen necessarily
thralwni inito the( s(crap head."'
Tlhe papiyi ('ast newvit liht onl wellI
know '1l11blicalI words andl phriases.
.luidas not only "bhare"' but "hare off,'"
that is, stole iihe money hag ( .lhn
xii.: 61. The beam in the eye of the
pharisaic critic M.\att. vii.: 3) becomes
a splinter. Paul did( not say "I have
k(ept the faith,'' in the sense of beIng
(loctrinally steadfast, but dlid say, "I
have loyally guarided thle trust.'' .lucius
is cal led not thae "ecaptain"' of our sa!
vat Ion but the "'founder'' or' "origina
1or" of that salvation. Ouri callinig
and1( electIon are imade not merely
"Mure' but "legally securie."
As to the theologlceal revelat iors of
thie new dliscoverIe's Dr'. Cobern says:
"'Thetre Is hut oine th!eology ;n
t he thlousndsL of ear'ly ChIiristian
dlociiii(ents and insedu:t itr.s which
have bieein (dug upi 'fomi the first
foauri cenien :-thIle theol01ogy of
Saint Pauil. ?lirist's de(ity', virgin
bir t h, ipre-e xis- tee andl a tone
mtent throiugiAh lls (leatih for the
sin oif the worild are eve' wheire
In ex istence(. Th lese (doctr1ii'ni ar
not biought in ais If ther w iere a
maft tir of 'ont roversy, biu i inl
dentail ly, as if they were' blie tnd
by all Ch ilsItin."'
It Is espueillhy intereslt ig to note
-i th niuiibeirs of thieksiupposedI mis
takes oif tihe New Testainent texts tare
girammaticat or cl' rogiraphic faults
ineeuliar' to the first century vernaen
lar, thus offering a totally new and
Lnexpected mark of antiquity. Great
papyrological experts, says Dr. Co
bern, now seei with practical una
nimity ready to date almost every
New Testament document back to the
first century because of these first
Gold stoni is a sort of an opaque
golden brown glass filled with minutel
crystals of a bright gold color, and of
various sizes. It Is used for ornamen
tal purposes. Its preparation was acci.
dentally discovered at Murane. near
Venice, Italy, when a quantity of brass
filings dropped into a pot of melted
Too Precious to Part With.
New paper guilder currency recent
ly issued in .ava by the Javasche
bank was 4o admired by the Chinese
and natives when first issued that it
waS hoarded. The notes were printed
by an American company, and include
2%-guilder and 1-guilder denomina
tions. They were intended to relieve
the present scarcity of silver coins.
ASPIRIN FOR COLDS
Name "Bayer" is on Genuim
Indst on "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin
in a "Bayer package," containing proper
<firections' for Colds, Pain, Headache,
Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rheumatiam.
Name "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin
prescribed by physicIans for nineteen
years. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets
cost few cents. Aspirin. is trade mark
of Bayer Manufaoture of MonoaoetiGi
acidaster of Saiicylicatid."
nsteels in a I
good as the steels ii
For the v'ery
Maxwell is econ
One single suipt
burdens the car's<
Thecrefore it ha<
bult it had to he sti
endure; it had to
of road shocks.
To maike It strol
w eight mean1t the
use of those rare
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to beC end~owed w~
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