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NOT GIVE UP Though Sickand Suffering; At Last Found Help in Lydia E. Pinkha's Vegeta. ble Compound. Richmond, Pa. - "When I started taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Iwas in a dreadfully rundown state of health, had internal trou bles, and was so ex tremely nervous and prostrated that if I had given in to my feelings I would e B have been in bed. * As it was I had S hardly strength at times to be on my feet and what I did do was by a great effort. I could not sleep at night and of course felt very bad in the morning, and had a steady headache. "After taking the second bottle I no ticed that the headache was not so bad, I rested better, and my herves were stronger. I continued its use until it made a new woman of me, and now I can hardly realize that I am able to do so much as I do. Whenever I know any woman in need of a good medicine I highly praise Lydia E. Pirikham's Veg etable Compound." - Mrs. FRA4t CLARK, 3146 N. Tulip St., Richmond,Pa. Women Have Reen Telling Women for forty years how Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has restored their health when suffering with female ills. This accounts for the enormous demand for it from coast to coast. If you are troubled with any ailment peculiar to women why don't you try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? It will pay you to do so. Lydia E. Pink ham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Children Not to Blame. Mrs. Bacon-I see several French artists have agreed to sign all their works in future with thumb prints to prevent frauds upon purchasers. Mr. Bacon-Now, dear, when you see any thumb prints on our paint Ings don't, for pity sakes, blame it on the poor innocent children! Good for Hurling. "Here's somebody says the belliger ents are getting ,short of ammunition." "Then why don't they load their guns and cannon with some of the names they have over there?"' If men were judged by their neck ties not more than one in every 500 Would pass the examination. Y.Ikppy is the home where Red Cross Ball Blue is used. Sure to please. All grocerw. Adv. A girl with a dimple will laugh at anything a man says. Rheumatism For Young and Old The acute agonizing pain of rheumatism is soothed at once by Sloan's Liniment. Do not rub-it penetrates to the sore spot, bunging a comfort not dreamed of until tried. Get a bottle today. RHEUMATISM Here What Other Say: "I bhighly recommend your Lintment u the beet remedy for rheumatism I ever used. Before using it I spent large sums of money trying to get relief of the muery andpns inlimbs and body, soI tried your Liniment both internaland external and I found quick relief, and now am well and stron agaln."-Geo. Curti, N. rat St., 8pri'iEdd, II. Heqi's Proof "I wish to write and tell you about a fall I had down fourteen steps, and bruised my neck and hip very bad. I could not sleep at all. I sent my wife for a 25 cent bottle of your Liniment and in two days' time I was on my feet again."-Charlea iade, 1S263 Prairie Ave., St. Louis, Mo. SLOAN'S for neuralgia, sciatica, sprains and AD Druggists, 2Sc. Send four cents in stamps for a TRIAL BOTTLE Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Inc. Dept. . Philadelphia, Pa. To care costiveness the medicine must be more thanu a pDative; It must contain tonic, alterative and cathartic gmrpertes. Tuff's Pills possess these qualities, and speediy restore tothe bowels their ntorl peristaltic motion, o essential to regularityr. SORE EYES Dr. Salter's Eye Lotion relieves and cures sore and inflamed eyes in 4 to 48 hours. Helps the weak eyed, cures withoutain. Ask your druggist or dealerfor SALERl'S. Only from Reform Dbpetuy, I 48 S. Brod. Atlanta. Geoea LESSON (£y E. O. SELLERS, Acting Director of Sunday School Course, The Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, Ill.) ted LESSON FOR APRIL 18 ble na THE SHEPHERD'S PSALM. wn ;h, LESSON TEXT-Psalm 23. On- GOLDEN TEXT-The Lord is my Shep ex- herd.--Ps. 23:1. md f I This is the most famous of the my shepherd king's writings. Probably uld written in his later life, he borrows ed. his figure from the experience of his ad youth. The relation of the lamb to at David is a type to him of his rela my tions to God. Israel's greatest poet eat had ample time for meditation in the mnd days of his youth as he followed the rg, occupation of shepherd. Ilis playing on the harp is famous and he made no- the first official use of music in the ad, worship of Jehovah (see I Chron. 15: ere 15-24). The word "Psalm" is from the I it Greek, and first meant a str aged in v I strument. The Hebrew title of this do book is "Praises." Of the 150 psalms my David is expressly credited with 73. To fully study this, the sweetest of eg- all psalms, we must consider it verse NK by verse. ?a. (1) "My Shepherd." The lamb is 1 David. The Shepherd is Jehovah. The s's time is man's natural time on earth. eir The rest is in the future. This Shep 11Is herd so provides that the lamb "shall Lnd not want." It is his business to care ire for his sheep. We are the sheep. to Jesus is the Shepherd, and his sheep E. )bey his voice (John 10:4, 5). We It shall not want for food, for drink, for Ik- grace, for quietness, for companion ship, for guidance and for welcome back to the fold at the end of the day )r in the time of storm. ich (2) "He leadeth me." "The Lord is eir my Shepherd because (a) he bought to me; (b) he feeds me; (c) he leads me." --Robertson. To fully comprehend 'OU I the deep significance of this psalm we mt- sust try to know the land of Palestine it nd the habits of eastern shepherds; low ,they feed their flocks, know them by name, and keep constant vigil against the danger of flood and er- wild beasts. The Lord is an individ m." sal shepherd, interested in the one ,er as well as the whole, and as such at the tends to each individual's need. He provides a place for us to "lie down in pastures of tender grass:" he also ck- causes us to walk beside "waters of 00 uietness." He makes us to lie down at times and he knows where to lead, providing at the same time both food rocs and drink. (3) "He restoreth my soul." The Shepherd revives our faintness. If at the lamb is too weak, he carries it "in his bosom" until it is revived. Many are the ways he revives us. A word, a sentence, a paragraph, or an experi ence will ofttimes restore the sick, weary, sorrowful or sin-buffeted child )f God. He also leads--remember he does not drive-and his paths are paths of pleasantness and of peace. His paths are "right tracks," not the delusive ones of sin. We cannot walk in these paths without his leader ship, without his strengthening rest, without the invigorating food and drink which is provided for us by the Good Shepherd. (4) "Yea though I walk." Just as every need has been and will be pro vided for (Phil. 4:19) even so will every fear be banished. The flock has passed beyond the "tender.grass" and "waters of quietness" into new and strange experiences, into the "valley of deepest darkness," not alone the experience of physical death but all of life's experiences that are shroud ed by thick, impenetrable darkness, for the Christian does not always walk In paths of light. Sometimes we scarce ly see the Shepherd, but we may al ways hear his voice. Dark valleys may lie between two excellent pas turage grounds even as Bunyan sug* gests in Pilgrim's Progress. Death Is a shadow, not a substance, for the sting of sin has been removed (I Cor. 15:54-57). Why not fear? "For thou art with me" and he is stronger e than any possible enemy. There are dangers which we cannot cope with, but as he is with us "we are able." e (5) "My cup runneth over." Here the figure changes. Jehovah is now p the bountiful host. What a repast he has spread! David as a shepherd and as a fugitive from Saul knew the pinch of hunger and the satisfaction of eat ing in peace, in the very presence of his enemies, man and beast. They m that are Christ's have enemies (John 15:19; II Tim. 3:12), but as our Host he has spread a banquet in their very presence while the world goes on n feeding upon the husks. He also anoints c our heads with the "oil of gladness," the Holy Spirit (Acts 10:38; I John 2:20. 27 R.V.). For the ancient feast this anointing was an essential prep b aration. (6) "I shall dwell . , . forever." Goodness and mercy pursue the psalm- u ist in marked contrast with the calam ity and the angel of judgment which follow the wicked (Ps. 35:6; 140:11). mm There is a perpetuity of blessing as well as the penalty of sin. The psalm 1st leaves the feast for his dwelling mm house which shall abide "to length I f days." This is to be interpreted Sin its fullness only by the New Testa. ment (John 14:1-3; I Thess. 4:16, 17). Everlasting fellowship, communion and companionship with the Chief Shepherd, the "great Shepherd of the ,sheep." . If a man refuses to be consoled his is a hopeless case. Made since 1846-Hanford's Balsam. Adv. Even pleasure becomes irksome if it's in the nature of a duty. For bruises use Hanford's Balsam. of Adv. )le Put your money in a boiler factory if you are looking for a sound invest ment. For weak joints apply Hanford's Balsam thoroughly and well rubbed in. Adv. The man who doesn't know enough to go in when it rains gets many a free shower bath. is For inflamed sore eyes apply Han ford's Balsam lightly to the closed lids. It should relieve in five minutes. Adv. e Rose Tree Bloomed at Christmas. te A Pretty story of a rose which S1 lonwde at Christmas in front of sonlo I'(trenche's o('cupied by a G;erman regi e ,tent of guards in France is told in the t'raikfiurter Zeitung. The rose e hush \ .; growing in a huge hole torn by a shlell in front of the guards' s trenches. The little plant soon be-. (; iame the jealous care of every man of the company before whose trench fit grew. To their intense delight, on e ('hrist:mas eve the rose tree bloomed. T'h( company decided to send the rose t to the emperor.' The kaiser was de- c e licht:ed and promptly ordered the poet, . Richard Voss, to write a poem about I the incident. The poem has now Ibeen printed, and a copy of it is to 0 be sent to every guardsman con cerned in the affair. Pj 'n CAN'T PRAISE me lay CAROUI ENOUGH I is lThis Lady Was Very Nervous, On nd Account of Serious Womanly ine Trouble. But Now She ow Praises Cardui. ant fld u rid- Murrycross, Ala-The following Is i from Mrs. W. J. Daugherty, this place: "I1 w"ill write a full statement of my at- condition before I had taken Cardul. I was very weak. I had not any nerve nso at all and could not stand any noise, of and had female complaints. At last my doctor told me to try ad, Cardul and I did so, and I can say, it add sure has cured me sound and well, and am glad to tell anyone what it did me, and it will help any suffering e woman. I can't praise Cardul enough. I wish every woman would believe what I say ry and give Cardui a trial, and they will rd, find my word to be true. ck, Cardul is all I take in the way of lk, medicine. We always keep it in the he house for my benefit. are When I was told to try Cardul I did ce. not think I would, but my friends kept he on at me until I got one bottle, and it lot did me so much good that I kept on taking it. st, My back has got well, my nerve is nd all right and my old tired feeling has he gone, and I am stout and strong as a woman can be. I am glad to say it was Cardui that d can praise for my as health." Your druggist sells Cardul. Try It. Adv. las nd Benzine From Coal. nd It is reported from Sweden that a Stockholm engineer, M. Vidatrand, t he has lately succeeded in perfecting an e electric process by which he extracts benzine from coal. The method is not as yet made public, and the details will be awaited with interest. a - It is claimed that the cost of pro- c duction on the electric method will be e considerably less than for the custom- si ary benzine processes. The resulting ti ' produce answers all the requirements for a good fuel for automobile or other motors. hi (r The inventor has applied for pat- in ents in 18 different countries, it is said, and is making efforts to operate the of system on an industrial scale. Where ci electric current can be had at a low at rate, for instance, from hydraulic plants, such a method can be used o to advantage. ,d st h Badly Shaded. M t- Salesman' (at automobile show)- tt You may have noticed that the auto- cc mobile is playing a leading part in al the European war. t Deadhead Spectator-Oh, come now! You know as well as I do that shrap nel is responsible for most of the a s casualties !-Puck. YOUR OWN DRUGGIST WILL TELL YOU Pry Murine Bye Remedy for Red, Weak, Watery t Byee and Granulated Blyelldsa No Nmartln - ust le. omfort. Writt for i~ ok of the 'ie ch Sy ma Free. Murine Bsye Remedy Co.. Chicago. A man's sins seldom find him out Suntil after his neighbors get next. Shot silk is poor material for use in Kil making war balloons. Vacuum cleaners are finding a good I market in Scotland. cal Soeause of those ugly, grizly, gray hairs. Use "LA CREOLE" HAIR DREUSSIN. PRICE, 61.00, retal. STOP CALOMEL! TAKE D ODON'S LIVER TONE New Discovery! Takes Place of Dangerous Calomel-It Puts Your Liver To Work Without Making You Sick-Eat Anything It Can Not Salivate--Don't Lose a Day's Work! i. discovered a vegvtable complund that drcs the wd rk of dangerous, sickening calomel and; I want ivwrv .reer of this paper to try a bottle and if it do.slt Straghten you up better and quicker than salivating calomel just go back to the store and get your money. I gUarantee that en. iaonii.l i, Il.,, '0 ji, I : h "ill put Your slugislh liver to wrk and it n y;ur o thirty feet of hvels f thei sour ti !i, ; nI. 1 .i ; ti, ;. poison which i: 'i,:.ine v ur :.y ts :, ml :::: ,: n feel miserai-l.l, C I guaralte0 that i ,2 s.aS' nful , t ... , . ii liver , m edicine ,,ill rip , thi. I, :i. , li -: coated tola;u l. : ;u: . malari;l, l "ur :ta,:(a tn" r :r. e.. other distress caus-.,i by a tor,:id liver a- zicekl[ ( a n dose of vile, lauistrati ieu eI:il;n:rel. hI' idi'. it iill .n't h make you sick or k er,, ye, from a day's .orl. I want ._- to see a bottle of this wonderful liver medicine in every honme in the South. ('aloinl is poison--it's mercury-it attacks the Iti nes uften causing rheutnatisnm. ('a!omel is dangerous. It sic(k'ns ---\hily' Ity I)odson's Liver Tone is safe, pl4 sant andi harn:. ss. Eat anythIiz: afterward::, he aut: it ,:l not salivate. G(iv it to th l c(hilrn:: bo bit s, t t.- l' the strnlaewti or shoc tlhe liver. T ,e a :;r ;ful tngilt and 1vak: up1 ftelin;' h;: and ridly f,: a futll day's work. ;(,t ii bl, :h . Try it If it dl Ot t di exa('tly what I .sa. till your d' aler to hand your mon.y back. Evi;ry dtrua-'Lislrt atit, -e hkeepr in the So tith knows ne aul k:ow of miy w(ontlerful dileovery of a ndicine t hat taR l , I: cine of ldanig-rou. calrnel. on red. Patched Up. de- chine? ! n )et, Autoist - The 11 lair'r in ustl::. out loston Evening Transcrilpt to Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of hi CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for (1: infants and children, and see that it or Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. tH Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria l Leaders Always Available. Some Frenchmen noticed recently that the leaders of the music bands of the French artillery and engineer ing corps were not going to the front. t He asked the reason why, and was in- - formed that they were being held in reserve in order to fill vacancies oc casioned by the killing or wounding of the music leaders in the infantry, is all of whom have gone to the front. Ce: A Familiar Cackle. ul Fine music and tine poultry were rye two things of which little Ella's father se, was very fond. Recently he bought a talking machine, and among other records was one of a very brilliant it aria by a great coloratura soprano. Lnd The Lby listened closely to the runs of the bewildering music until the ing u ilfruick some high arpeggios and trills at the close, when she ex sh claimed: "Daddy, listen! She's laid an egg!" ill -Ladies' Home Journal. of YES, RESINOL CLEARED he AWAY EVERY PIMPLE! lid At least-once a day-usually twice pt I bathed my face for several minutes i with plenty of resinol soap and hot o water and applied a little resinol oint ment very gently. I let this stay on is for ten minutes or so, and then washed as it off with resinol soap and more hot a water, finishing with a dash of cold it water to close the pores. I was aston ,y ished how quickly the healing resinol medication soothed and cleansed the pores, removed pimples and black heads, and left my complexion clear and velvety. Physicians. have used resinol oint a ment and resinol soap for 20 years in d, the treatment of itching, burning, n skin eruptions. At all druggists'.--Adv. The Prune Club. Is "Why is the bass drummer always a dyspeptic?" asked the thin boarder, n- coming to breakfast. e "Because the bass drum is tough," s- said the giddy blonde typewriter be I tween bites. A "Not right," said the thin man. i "Because beats don't agree with him," suggested the fat boarder, wip. t- ing his brow with his paper napkin. I, "All wrong," came from the thin e one. "Guess you'll give it up. Be e cause the drum goes against his stom v ach." It Takes the Fire Out. To take the fire out of a burn or scald quickly use Hanford's Balsam of Myrrh. Apply it lightly at once and the inflamed skin should be quickly cooled. Be prepared for accidents by Salways having a bottle on hand. Adv. The Correct Classification. "I hope, Uncle Mose, you are not a misanthrope." "No, sah; I'se a Baptis'." She Thought Differently. Wifey--What do you consider the chief cause of divorce? Hubby-'Wlves. Kill the Flies Now and Prevent disease. A DAISY FLY KILLER will do it. Kills thousands. Lasts all season. Alldealers or six sent express pild for $1. 1. SOMERS, 150 De Kalb Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Adv. Some men spend money as if they I can afford it because they can't. Harness Work. Ia- ill - hat : ',,r. tr i, d . buri nefs? - Jill- I!i's a harnrs . mak.r. "\Vel, here's something he may be able to succe'd at. 'I'hi lpaper says more than four hunildred patents have, of been issu,,d by the I'nited State s for or devices intendrd to harnlss the pow it or of rsea waves." Its Case. So \Autria, they say, is going to fight Italy partly with the lspread of cholera.' "Yes, their attitude seems to be, tly 'Plague taker thli m:' If faith would remove mountains er there wouldn't be- a railroad tunnel in ut. the world. In- - The reasons for Certain- teed Roofing Every buyer needs the proper assur. ance, when he pays for the quality, that cutting quality. wholesalers buy any quality, put their labels on it, and say it is the best. Our Certain-teed label is backed by the written guarantee of the worTl argest manufacturer of asphalt roofings. It gives each buyer the assurance wanted, and our unequalled facilities for manufacturing enable us to sell it at a very reasonable price. These are the reasons for Certain-teed Roofing We invite every one interested to come to our mills and see how we make the goods. We know that our Certain-teed Roofing is the best quality that we can make. It's the best quality iti"i te a made to last and remain waterproof on the roof. It is made with that one purpose in view. We also make cheap grade, poor quality roofings to meet the demand for very temporary roofs, but the Certam-teed label goes only on our best quality, longest life product. It is the rade w hic' arries our Company name and endorsement and guarantee-l-ply 5 year, 2-ply 10 years, 3-ply 1s years. If you want the rlit quality and want to be sure you are getting what you pay for, Insist on the f-r-Lfd label. The price is reasonable. No one can tell the quality of a piece of roofing b oing at it. The man is not living who can take three kindsof roofng of differ ent qualities and tell with any degree of accuracy the length of time each one will last on the roof. He cannot tell their relative values by looking at them. Why take the chance of guessing, when you can set the safest guar. antee on the best quality goods at a reason. I LT' BOOST BCLSINES able price, If for any reason ou do not care for the high. Lee Politie-More Prospettl eat quality-if you want a temporary roof, we We have had enoaug statoSn b - also make gsoods sotld at the lowest price on enough of political "earila" of se the market, because we have unequalled fa. with their mshtng and bastltng-4em e cilities.and are maklngapproimatelya third polittts ho promli eonaom itd as of the entire asphalt roofins and building norder to et tntooema and then e . papers of the whole world's supply. Our beUd otexraaoses and the d and a r lvo facilities enable us to beat al competition on prt of living st nor pgoing own.le tist' g pricegoods as weUasonee tifd.4 quality. reoergod tfm and not gooig md Leibo The difference between the total cost of the fortheeet ofailltng.whatevarltm ty W goods, the freight, the layin ,etc.. between do-'twant e lala-wwa t boetmn u hality goods and price good is insfiq nt. and d ticte orvboy ad * w ll pagel nis much better policy to cutout thegunsin -egameofte wlltIn . to p..e and let the manufacturer of real responsib ii thing. Many o M n ought to be proeatei insure you on all the vital points. He knows for fad on acount oft the diference hbtwen what he puts Into the goods and what they what nthey promise and what thea dellver. will do-you can then insist upon getting Th e woreS than the bIasltam man who oven everything as represented. ~~r~euality of his goods Let the bus erssn Interests, from thelaborer to the spefta. tedtf the oftee bo y to oeeth General Roofing Mfg. Co. from threa omna tfarm to rt# a S, the farm. remember that the have a oomems W'orld'. lcra marntfadrn r o'Joojlpq interest In good business ands square due a ud asUdfg apers business, top listening to the akers asd ant New Yrk .City lste Cicasge Pittbrg boost ourselves back loto good times. t ov be Pidledbi Atlanta Ceeld D it St. Les dons. o more knockers and talse prompbhts m .... . r.. ... e wanted. w e are going to be too buy to use Ciacasati usses Cit Minssu.ells Sea Fratncis to any eszept thoa who proIse "good bu. Ssnle" Lead lsHamburg Sydseyr enesit"lueasn. t HORSE SALE DISTEMPER You know what you sell or buy through the sales has about one chance in fifty to escape SALE STABLE DISTEMPER. "SPOHN'8" is your true protection, your only safeguard, for as sure as you treat all your horses with it, you will soon be rid of the disease. It acts as a sure preventive no mat ter how they are "exposed." 60 cents and $1 a bottle; $ and $10 dozen bottles, at all good druggists, horse goods houses, or delivered by the manufacturers. SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists and Bacterololists, 60SHI, INDO. U.. I. FOR HALF A CENTURY WOOD'S FEVER PILLS have stood the test as the best remedy for Chills and Fever and all Bilious and Malarial Diseases. Once tried always used. Sold by your druggist SsoeeA6 ox DR. WM. WOOD A SONS, CAIRO, U., A Good Invention. "I ::, : .tUf l a it a, h toill adja, -ra le at several anglmts s: weltl as ieva tions has been piatented by a ('hicago inventor for lianists." said th. pi anist. "\\'ell, if it tilts enough to throw the man off when lhe ought to stop play ing it will prove a long-felt want," Ssaid the tired man. The Fitting One. "What kind of floral decoration would you have for this hen party?" "Why not try egg-lantinee?' Tho man who makes work of his pleasure doesn't always make pleas ure of his work. W. N. U., LITTLE ROCK, NO. 16-1915.