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Just Once! Try Dodson's Liver Tone!
Take No Calomel! Listen To Me!
If bilious, constipated, headachy or sick, I guarantee
relief without taking dangerous calomel
which sickens and salivates.
Stop using calomel! It makes you
Kick. Don't lose a day's work. If you
feel lazy, sluggish, bilious ,or consti
pated, listen to me!
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver,
which causes necrosis of - the bones.
Calomel, when it comes into contact
with sour bile, crashes into it, break-
. ing It up. This is when you feel that
awful nausea and cramping. If you
are "all knocked out," if your liver Is
torpid and bowels constipated or you
have headache, dizziness, coated ton-
. gue, if breath is bad or stomach sour,
just try a spoonful of harmless Dod
son's Liver Tone.
Here's my guarantee Go to any
drug store and get a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone for a few cents. Take a
'spoonful tonight, and if it doesn't
straighten you right up and make you
feel fine and vigorous by morning, 1
want you to go back, to the store and
get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone
is destroying the sale of calomel be
cause it is real liver medicine ; entirely
vegetable, therefore it can not 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
bowels of that sour bile and consti
pated waste which is clogging your
system and making you feel miserable.
I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone will keep the entire family
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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T 7 AT 17 17 7.
W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 19-1918.
"In tlie early days tobacco was used
instead of money." -
"It was then, I suppose, that Ameri
can opulence invented the phrase
'money to burn.' "
With a Loud Voice.
"And just now it is shouting the bat
tle cry of freedom."
G TO YOUR DRUGGIST AND
fliKT' A SAMPI.W. TRY IT TONIGHT
Before you go to bed
take one NR Tablet;
simply place the tab
let on your tongue
and drink a full
glass of water,
Different You Will
Feel In the Morning
You'll get up feeling brighter and better than
you have tor many a day. 1 he reason
Nature' a Remedy (NR Tablets) is different in
action from pills, salts, calomel, oils and ordinary
laxatives. It is milder, yet more thorough, be
cause of its beneficial action on the digestive and
eliminative oreans the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels.
That is how it relieves and eliminates such troubles as Rheuma
tism, Indigestion and Constipation it corrects the CAUSES that
produce the trouble.
THIS .SAMPLE IS A CONVINCER. It is given you to prove our claims with-
out cost to you. When you are convinced, get a cent box trom your druggist.
IS YOUR DRUGGIST'S NAME HERE?
Each of the, following Druggists have just received a supply of Nature's Remedy (NR
Tablet) Samples and will be delighted to give you one Free of Cost YOU WILL
HAVE TO HURRY as the supply of samples is limited. GET YOUR'S TODAY.
Andrews, N. C.
City Drug Co.
'.Horsley Drug Co.
.Bryson City Drug Co.
C. T. Slsk
R. Li. Davis
.Dees Drug Store
W. S. Martin
.Chadbourn Drug Co.
Withers-Brown Drug Co.
.Carolina Drug Co.
Kubanks Drug Co.
Jno. W. Markham Drug
.DeWitt C. Swaringer
G. L..-E. S. Clark
.Gibson Drug Store
.Cooleemee Drug Co.
,C. V. Garner & Co.
Rogers Drug Co.
Denton Drug Co.
.Hood & Grantham
Harvey H. McKay
vvilson & Lee
.W. E. Beavans
Harrison Drug Co.
Whitaker Drug Co.
A. G. Bogue
.King & Reinhardt
Fuquay Drug Co.
A. G. Elliott
Hayesvllle Drug Co.
W. A. Hayes
West End Drug Co.
W. H. Home & Co.
Ashe Drug & Cash Store
Perkins & Blevins
Tally Godfrey Drug Co.
F. Lfc Smith Drue Co.
.Finger Drug Co.
liaiiew's cash Pharmacy
, Long Stewart Drug Co.
.Pope Drug Co.
.Crawford's Drug Store
.Morven Drug Co.
R. S. Parker
F. O. Bates
.Norlina Drug Co.
Walker's Drug Store
,Oakboro Drug Co.
.Pilot Drug Co.
Redman Drug Co.
,G. R. Pllkington
P. E. Davenport
Hoke Drug Co.
Raeford Drug Co.
I. G. Fox
T. B. Hunter
Mallard Drug Co.
Rose Hill Drug Co.
Grantham Drug Co.
Smith Drug Co.
People's Drug Store
The Main Pharmacy
.North End Drug Store
J. F. Condry. Jr.
Selma Drug Co.
Woodard Drug. Co.
Shallotte Drug Co.
W. R. Galey
.Elkins & Flkins
,P. O. Leggett .
Watson Phcy. Co;
.H. M. Cooke Phcy.
Rowan Drug Co.
, Hooper Drug Co.
.Mackesson & Munday
Walnut Cove.... East Adans Drug Store
East & SlUe
Warsaw ....Brown Drug Co. ,
Warsaw Drug Co.
Waynesville The Waynesville &
Whlteville J. A. McNeill & Son
S. D. Maxwell, Mrs. J. R.
Whlteville Drug Co. Inc.
Willlamston S. R. Biggs Drug Co. Inc.
J. B. H. Knight
R. A. Lloyd
Saunders & Fowden
.N. C. Brandon
.Citizens Drug Co.
Zebulon Drug Co.
Aiken, S. C W. J. Piatt & Co.
Barnwell R. A. Deason & Co.
Beaufort Edv. W. Bailey
Crescent Drug Co.
C. G. Luther
People's Drug Store
Camden Camden Drug Co.
Central Carolina Drug Co.
Central Drug Co.
Charleston G. W. Aimar & Co.
Chesnee Chesnee Drug Co.
Clinton Young's Pharmacy
Converse People's Drug Store
Denmark Denmark Drug Co.
Fort Mill W. B..Ardrey
Hutchison & Lytle
Jones Drug Co.
Gaffney Cherokee Drug Co.
S. B. Crawley & Co.
Gaffney Drug Co.
Greenville Carpenter Bros.
Iampton Hampton Drug-Co.
Chas. A. Rush
HoneaPath Bolt Drug Co.
Donnald Drug Co.
Jefferson J T. Jowers & Son
People's Drug Co.
Johnsville Cock field Drug Co.
A. G. Eaddy
Kershaw C. O. Floyd
Kingstree W. V. Brockinton
Gamble & Jacobs
Kingtree Drug Co.
Scott Drug Co.
Lake City Farmers & Merchant!
Latta E- Brown
People's Drug Co.
Leesvllle Citizens Drug Co.
Crosson Drug Co.
Liberty Glenn's Drug Store
McCormick Fuller-Carter Drug Co.
Strum-Bell Drug Co.
Moncks Corner.. Moi.cks Corner Drug Co.
Olanta Farmers & Merchants
J. H. Hawkins
F. D. Kelley
Olanta Drug Co.
Pickens Keowee Phcy.
Pickens Drug Co.
Tlmmonsvllle.... Marvin Drug Co.
Whitmlre........ Hilton's Drug Store
Williamson Griffin Phcy.
Woodruff R. T. Beason
0. E. Westmoreland
Woodruff Drug Co.
Chatham Chatham Phcy.
Clarksvllle P. A. Drake
1. D. Newcome
Houston E. G. Dorsey
W. W. Hanklns
Iyovinerton J. A. Stevens
Tenn C. C. Sharpe
Va Franklin Drug Co.
Rocky Mount Phcy.
White Sulphur Greenbrier Phcy.
Bprings, w. Va..G. B. Men-lam
improves Uniform international
(By REV. P. B. FITZ WATER, D. D.
Teacher of English Bible in the
Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.)
(CopyrlKht, 1918. Western Newspaper Union. I
LESSON FOR MAY 12
JESUS FACES THE CROSS.
LESSON TEXT -Mark 10:32-52.
GOLDEN TEXT-He humbled Himself,
and became obedient unto death, even
the death of the Cross. Philippians 2:8.
DEVOTIONAL READING Isfiah 42:1-
ADDI"- "ONAL MATERIAL FOR
TEACH -tS Matthew 20:20-28: ) uke 22:
PRIMARY TOriC Jesus and the blind
LESSON MATERIAL Mark 10:4fi-52.
PRIMARY AND JUNIOR MEMORY
VERSE Be of good cheer, rise; He cal
letH thee. Mark 10:49.
JUNIOR AND INTERMEDIATE
TOPIC Jesun teaches how to be great.
I. Jesus Foretells His Passion and
Resurrection (vv. 32-34).
This Is the third time he makes this
prediction. The circumstances are
1. Jesus going to Jerusalem (v. 32).
He was going with the full conscious
ness of the awful tragedy of the cross
before him the treachery of Judas,
the fiery persecutions of the priests
and scribes the unjust judgment.
2. The disciples following after (v.
They were In dread bewilderment.
His utterances and demeanor filled
their minds with perplexity, and their
hearts with awe. In this state of con
fusion, Jesus called them to him and
patiently instructed them.
3. "What needs should happen unto,
him" (vv. 33, 34).
(1) "Delivered unto chief priests
(2) They shall condemn him to
death, and deliver him to the Gen
(3) "They shall mock, scourge, spit
upon, and kill him."
(4) "The third day he shall rise
II. The Ambitious Request of James
and John (vv. 35-45).
1. The request (v v. 35-37).
It was for a place of prominence in
the kingdom. According to Matthew,
their mother was the Intercessor.
Many mothers have been used by chil
dren to carry out that which they
were themselves ashamed to do. It
Is very desirable for mothers to get
places for their children near to Jesus,
but unfortunately many are seeking
the pinnacles of the 'world and for
getting the nearness to Christ.
2. Jesus' reply (vv. 38-45).
(1) To Peter and John (vv. 38-40).
He speaks directly to the men. de
claring that they know not what they
ask. The Lord many times has to re
prove and rebuke us for our blind re
quests. He showed them that the way
to this position of glory was through
suffering. The cup which they were
to drink was all that was embraced in
the agony on the cross. He concedes
that the positions which they craved
were obtainable, but In a very differ
ent way from what they apprehended.
The way to places in glory in Hie
Kingdom of Christ is through the path
of lowly, self -forgetful service.
(2) To the ten (vv. 41-45).
The ten were displeased with Peter
and John, but doubtless they were not
free from the same selfish ambitions.
Christ showed them that to give is
greater than to receive; that to serve
is greater than to be served. The
standard of his kingdom is to forget
self and serve others, even to give
one's life. Chi 1st is the supreme ex
ample to be imitated by all who would
III. Jesus Cures Bartimaeus of
Blindness (vv. 4G-52).
Though the weight of the cross was
upon him, he had time for gracious
deeds. Blind Bartimaeus receives his
1. Bartimaeus' request (vv. 4G. 47).
He cried to Jesus for mercy. Tin-
fact that he addressed him as the Son
of David, shows that he recognized
his llessiahship. Though lie was
blind, hiSkfaith enabled bin: to take
hold of Jesus. As soon as he bean!
that Jesus was passing by he cried to
him for help. Jesus not only can hear
our cries, but he can even tell when
a soul yearns after hiin. and will re
spond to that yearning.
2. Rebuked by the multitude (v. 4S.
This rebuke provoked a more earn
est cry from Bartimaeus. He be
lieved that Jesus could and would help
him, and knew that It was now or
never-with him. The fact that Cod
has brought salvation within our reach
should convince us that it Is time for
us to cry for help. Therefore, we
should not allow the opposition of
men to keep us from Christ.
3. The blessing granted (vv. 4!)-.'L').
Though Jesus knew his desire, lie
wished him to definitely commit him
self. God is pleased when we come to
him with our definite needs.
When his eyes were opened, he saw
many interesting things, but the su
preme object was Christ, for he fol
lowed him. Note experience of Barti
maeus: (1) A blind beggar (v. 4G).
(2) His cry for mercy (v. 47).
(3) Persistence in his cry' (v. 4S).
(4) Responded to the cull of Jesus
(vv. 49. 50).
(5) Made specific request (v. 51).
(C) Received his sight Immediately
(7) He followed Jesus (v. 52).
How qrlekly one can pass fixnu suT
oeed to jubilant discipLluy.
SAVED PAIN AND PRICE
OF DOCTOR'S OPERATION.
Mr. II. L. Quackenbush of Clifton.
N. J., sends the following: "For at
least ten years I suffered with piles
external, internal and bleeding as well
as fissure. ' My suffering" was so in
tense that life itself seemed a burden.
After being under treatment of three
separate physicians and spending mon
ey like water, each one finally admit
ted that nothing but an operation
would cure me. The day before I was
to go to the hospital I learned of
"Eagle Pile Remedy."As a result of Its
use I feel thoroughly cured and like a
new man. I have not taken any medi
cine in six months. The operation has
not been necessary."
Eagle Pile Remedy Is the only known
medicine to bring speedy and perma
nent relief from piles of all kinds by
correcting conditions which cause
piles. Easy and convenient and harm
less to use. At your druggist or di
rect from the makers, i"end one dol
lar for a box. Reed Distributing Co.,
14G Godwin St., Paterson, il. J. Adv.
STIRRED HIS FIGHTING BLOOD
Irishman More Than Willing io "Do
His Bit" in Conflict With the
An auctioneer had been selling
horses all day and his voice was get
ting a little husky so that he was
economizing as much as possible in tho
use of words and even syllables.
Early In the day he had shouted the
bids, "One hundred dollars, two hun
dred dollars, three hundred dollars,"
Then he restricted himself to calling
out, "one hundred, two hundred, three
When McCarty, attracted through
curiosity by the crowd, came up, the
auctioneer had further abbreviated bis
speech, and was crying, "One hun, two
nun, can't I get three hun?"
Off went McCarty's coat, and he
sang out, excitedly:
"Don't do this all yourself, young
fellow. Let me in it. I can take care
of a few of 'em."
$100 Reward, $100
Catarrh is a local disease greatly lnflu
enced by constitutional conditions. It
therefore requires constitutional treat
ment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
Is taken Internally and acts through the
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys
tem. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE
destroys the foundation of the disease,
gives the patient strength by Improving
the general health and assists nature in
doing Its work. $100.00 for any case of
Catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE falls to cure.
. Druggists 75c. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
"English as She Is Spoke."
"This ain't where we want off at."
It was a well-dressed, attractive
looking young woman, and they were
in a street car which was about to
come to a stop.
"This ain't where we want off at."
Dayton (Ohio) News.
Don't Worry About Pimples.
On rising and retiring gently smear
the face with Cuticura Ointment. Wash
off the Ointment In five minutes with
Cuticura Soap and hot water. For
free samples address, "Cuticura, Dept.
X, Boston." At druggists and by mail.
Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50. Adv.
' Only for Fun.
Mrs. Smith Of course, you play
bridge whist only for fun?
Mrs. Swift Of course. But It Isn't
any fun unless you are playing for
Whenever You Need a General
Take the Old Standard (iKO VMS TASTELESS chill
TONIC. It contains the well known tonic properties
of yUININB and IRON and Is Very Valuable as a
General Strengthening Tonic. You ean feel the good
effect on the Blood after the Urst few doses. UOc.
The man who gets nettled or nervous
or Is constantly grumbling never gets
ahead in a business house. Knowlson.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets are best for liver,
bowels and stomach. One little Pellet
for a laxative, three for a cathartic. Ad.
The world listens to the man who
knows what he's talking about.
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TNI ecNTAUM tOMMIIV, NCW VOftft OITT.
THC SANITARY METH9CS APHIIO IM THE
MAKING Of THE BISCUITS MAKE
STANDARD f EXCELLENCE
2(Mr PmUt luu Hum. or tf nek tut skonti.
tAsK bun or write as qivinq bis turn
May Be New Source of Oil.
A preliminary Inquiry into the possi
bility of the commercial utilization of
the seed of the rubber tree for oil pro
duction has been undertaken by the
agricultural authorities in the Feder
ated Malay states. From time to time
suggestions have been made for the
utilization for this purpose of the seeds
of the cultivated Para rubber tree, as
large quantities of the seed go to waste
on the rubber plantations of the mid
dle East. Experiments have proved
port, that not only Is the oil extracted
according to a British government re
from the seed suitable for various
purposes, but that the residue can be
used for cattle food or as fertilizer.
Weak on Military Parlance.
If at any time we have spoken of offi
cers being "on furlough" they wlll
please attribute it to the defects of
early and nonmiiitary education. A
sapient contemporary states that only
privates and noncoms have furloughs,
while officers have leave.
USE ALLEN'S FG0T-EASE
The antiseptic powder to be shaken Into the
shoes and sprinkled in the foot-bath. It relieves
painful, swollen, smarting feet and takes the
sting; out of corns and bunions. The American,
British, and French troops use Allen's Foot
Ease. The greatest comforter known for all
footaches. Sold everywhere, 85c. Adv. "
Thief Gimme that watch !
Victim I would, old fellow, but I
really can't spare the time!
A man will always be able to get
something for nothing as long as th
supply of fish stories holds out.
Mat Do You Know About
Do Yon Want (o Know tfca
Drop os a ttost card today and
get FBBU INFORMATION about
the New Book,
"CATTLE, BREEDS AND ORIGIN"
about all breeds of cattle on earth.
DR. DAVID ROBERTS' VETERINARY CO. . t 100. WAUKESHA. WiS.
Use "BEAVER BOARD" for
your walls and ceilings. It is air
tight and wind-proof. Any carpen
ter or workman can put it on. It
produces far more tasteful effects
than plaster and is more economical.
STRATT0N & BRAGG CO.
Petersburg . Virginia
"Beaver Board" Distributors.
8C0 hands. White men and women and boys and
f lrla over 14 Tears of age. One of the best mills
a the state-, located in the best pan of the state,
and paying the bltfhest wages.
We want the best and are willing to pay for It.
Write or see us in person for terms ana prices.
H. L. HOLDEN, Simt.. ROCKY MOUNT.
N. C. Address ROCKY MOUNT NWLIS
Constipation generally indicates disordered
stomach, liver and bowels. Wright's Indian
Vegetable Pills restore regularity without
You may be too old to fight, but
you're not too old to give.
DAISY FLY KILLER
fSEKS H 'HOB. Ht,ela.
cheap. Lutt ell ewjeo.
j Made of metal, cn'tplH
or tip oferj wlll not MI
or Injure ujTtMDf. Goal
anteed effective. Sold by
denlere, or 6 sent by a
preee, prepaid, for Sl.OtL
HAROLD aOMERS. ISO DC KALB VE., BROOKLYN, N. Ye
To do your duty during these trying
times your health should be your first
consideration. These two women
tell how they found health.
Hellam, Pa, "I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound for female troubles and a dis
placement. I felt all rundown and w.is very weak.
I had been treated by a physician without results,
eo decided to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
a trial, and felt better right away. I am keeping house
since last April and doing all my housework, where before
I was unable to do any work. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound is certainly the best medicine a woman can
take when in this condition. I give you permission to publish
this letter." Mrs. E. It. Crumlixo, R. No. 1, Hellam, Pa,
Lowell, Mich. "I suffered from cramps and dragging
down pains, was irregular and had female weakness and
displacement. I began to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound which gave me relief at once and restored
my health. I should like to recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's
remedies to all suffering women who are troubled in a simi
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