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Lift Off with Fingers
Doesn't hurt a, bit I Drop a little
"Freezonq- on an aching corn, Instant
ly that corn stops hurting, then short
ly you lift It right off with fingers,
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few .cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, aoft corn,
or corn between the toes, and the cat
luses, without soreness or Irritation.
NEVER" SAW SUCH
Says Lady, Who Took Cardui
After Having Become So Weak
, sne couldn't stand Had
Pains All Over.
If agee. Miss. Mrs. J. M. Hall, of this
place, writes that she was "getting
weaker all the time" when Cardui, the
woman's tonic, was first brought to her
attention. After she had taken Cardui
. a while, she writes that she "never did
see such an Improvement."
"I suffered all the time and had pains
all over," says Mrs. Hall. "I was so
weak I could not stand. My skin was
dWllft Anil ftsKho T AtA nt- kau
color. I had always been a very active
woman used to outdoor exercise,
walking and going where I pleased.
ana to get down, not able to get my,
elf a drink, was Indeed a hardship.
"Nothing seemed to help me, till I
began on. Cardui.' The first bottle
seemed. to strengthen me, and I sent
Tor nve more. By the time I had taken
these, 1 was on my feet, going around,
doing my work, gaining In health and
strength. - ,
- "I took two more bottles, and I am
well and strong. Can work my garden.
i uuveu i naa any more sicKness.
Cardui acta gently and In a natural
manner, helping to relieve the symp
toms of many forms of female trouble,
and to build up the system to health.
Cardui Is for sale at all druggists,
BABIES LOVE -
TU UWd CUeWelaiaklef
Pleasant to sin pleenut to
teke. Guaranteed purely ee
table and abeuatelj h&nnJae.
It quickly or orcein ea tone,
diarrhoea, flatulency awl
other like dieordere. r
The spaa publUhed I
formal appear on J
JJOLD BO YEAR
A FINK GENERAL TONIC
Slayer Murders Family H
: Suspected of Stealing Hat
London. A farm': laborer
named Bonuefemme, who recent
ly murdered four members of a
family named Ducasse, for whom
he was working, In a village near
Toulouse, when confronted with
the bodies of hla victims the
.farmer and his wife and U
farmer's parents showed no re
gret, and declared that he had
shot them all with a gun because
he suspected one of them of hav
ing stolen his bat, says the Paris
correspondent of the London
Dally Express. '
GIRL SPY CHAINED TO
ROCKS AND LEFT TO DIE
Vengeance Wreaked oh
Agent . Is " Discovered
Cave by Peasant.
London. The skeleton of a beautl
ful girl spy chained to a r-ck and left
to die of starvation' has been discov
ered at Hotla, Bessaiabla, writes the
Berlin correspondent of the -London
Dally Express. -"-
A peasant who sought refuse from
a storm In a cavern was horror-strick
en yto see a human skeleton Secured
by chains riveted Into the walls of the
cavern. A notebook, half-burled by
leaves, revealed the story of Busslan
The girl was Magdalene Kriscl), the
daughter of a Jewish chemist of
Petracow, Poland. She Was the fian
cee of the Russian airman Saro, who
under her Influence entered the Ger
man spy. service, and later became a
Bolshevist spy la the armies of Denl-
ken and Wrangel. ,
Magdalena carried messages from
Savro to "the Bolsheviks, n which the
military dispositions of Denlken and
Wrangel were disclosed. Every effort
Was made to discover the, source of
the disastrous leakage, but without
success until Savro was v wounded
while serving with Petlura. Papers
were then found on the airman which
revealed not only his treachery, but
the part played by his fjRncee.
Savro was shot, but Magdalena
made good her escape. She was rec
ognized some time afterwards in the
street at Ho tin and kidnaped. Her
captors carried her to the lonely cav
ern; chained her to the rock, and left
her to die.
The girl set down in her notebook
full details of what had occurred, and
then, in order to escape the tortures'
of starvation, took poison, .with which
one of her more compassionate execu
tioners had supplied her.' " 7"""
The notebook is dated "October 23,
W21." . ;.-..
N. C. C. 17. OS BEEirj
Prominent Speaker for. Commencement
Exercises, Which Begin on ' '
. June 2.
FINDS HUSBAND'S DEAD BODY
Remains of Man, Dead About a Month,
Discovered In Box In Tin- .
smith Shop. ,
New York. The body of Charles
Service was found jammed In a
boor' behind the counter of his tin
smithing shop In Brooklyn, by hs Wife.
Mrs. Mary Garden Service and Louis
StruttwolfJ An ambulance surgeon
said that the man had been dead about
The box la 'about four and a' half
feet long, two feet deep and two feet
high. It was closed and the" hasp was
down over the staple when Strutt-
wolf unlocked the door of the shop
and found it behind the counter. Prob
ably nothing will be known of the man
ner or Cause of death until an autODnr
has been performed. V "
Mrs. Service told the police that her
ausband frequently left her and stayed
away for weeks at a time and that the
last time he went away was two and
a half months ago. She visited his
shop several times, but found the door
locked, and Struttwolf, who had a key,
was notified. He unlocked the door
and the body was found. .
Greensboro. Sir Israel Gpllanos,
professor Of Enrlish. King's College,
London; Dr. John Haynes, pastor of
Community church, NeW York City and
Miss Chart Ormond Williams, Wash
ington, D. C, a former president of
the National Education Association,
will be the nrincloal speakers at the
annual commencement ' exercises of
the North Carolina College tor Wo
men,' the program extending from
June 2 through June I.
On Saturday, June Z, a meeting of
the alumnae board will be held in the
morning, to be followed with a session
of alumnae of the college. In the af
ternoon the alumnae will present a
musical program and In the evening
an alumnae banquet will be served.
Miss Williams will deliver her ad
dress on this occasion. Park night
exercises will be held in the open
air theater later. .
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, Dr.
Holmes will deliver a. sermon and In
the evening will speak before the Y.
W. C. 'A. On Monday morning, final
meetings of the Adelphlan Cornelian
and Dtkean literary societies will be
held. A reunion of Red and White
daises, 1923. 19 9, 1915, 1911, 1907,
1903, 1899, 1895. will be staged,
speaker from each class appearing on
the program. A luncheon for these
classes will be served at noon. In the
afternoon, a tea will be served, alum
nae , at the home economics practice
home. In the evening, annual class
day exercises, annual concert by the
music department and other events
are on the program.
; Sir Israel will deliver his address
at the graduating eerclses Tuesday
morning, June 5.
C2PR0YED UKTCRM CfTERNATIOItAl
tBy REV. P. B. F1TZWATER, D. D,
Teacher of Enfllih Bible In the Moody
Bible Institute ot Chlcato.)
Coprrtiht, lilt. Weetera Newepeper Union.
LESSON FOR JUNE 3
JEREMIAH, THE PROPHET
8easlde Meeting to Open June 24.
Morehead Citv. The eighth annual
session of the Banttat Seaside Assem
bly will be held in this city June 24
to July 1. Prof. E. L. Middleton, of
Raleigh, the executive secretary, has
completed the program for this meet
ing, which perhaps will be the most
attractive ot any yet held. A large
delegation is expected 'frpm the Pied
mont and eastern section with a good
sprinkling from the west '
h- The sessions ol the assembly .will
be held in the Atlantic Hotel, which
will house, for the most part, the as
sembly for that week. The rates of
this hotel and the others are reduced
for this occasion. This is the first
year the assembly has met in this city
and the Morehead City people are de
termined to make It so attractive this
Season for the Baptists that they will
locate here permanently. This ity
has many natural advantages, In addi
tion to the warm hospitality of its
people that will furnish a strong in
centive for such permanent location.
Killed by Tender Overturning.
Hickory. The body of Clyde O.
Whltener, popular flagman on the Car
oline, and Northwestern, was brought
here from "Adako, Caldwell county,
where he was killed when the tender
of a work train overturned and pin
ned him peneath. Engineer Sherman
Winkler was painfully, .though not se
rlously injured in the same accident
Mr. Whltener, who was 29 years of
age is survived by his widow and a
7-month s-old son. A .
LESSON TEXT-Jeremlah 16:1-11.
GOLDEN TEXT-Watch ye, stand (ait
in the faith, quit you Ilka men, be strong.
-1 Cortnthlana U:ll
REFERENCE MATERIAL Jeremiah
:l-; 13:1-1; 16:1-4; Matthew 2:17, IS.
PRIMARY TOriC-Bona Who Honor
JUNIOR TOPIO-Tha Story ot the
INTERMEDIATE and senior topic
-Jeremiah, the Cqpraaeoue Prophet.
TOUNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
Jeremiah's Service to His Nation.
Jeremiah was one of the last proph
ets of Judah., He saw the nation go
Into the Bubylonlnn Captivity and Je- j
resalem destroyed, after which he !
went Into Egypt. He was a lonely, t
misunderstood and unpopular prophet. 1
He was most bitterly hated and per- 1
secutcd. His own countrymen turned j
agnlnst him. - He was placed In stocks
and then thrown flito a horrible dun
geon from which he narrowly escaped
with his life. The teacher should give
a little sketch of his life. The fol
lowing is suggested:
Pi M t
MOTHER:- Fletcher's Castoria is a pleasant, harmless Substi
tute for Castor Oil 'Paregoric, Drops, and Soothing Syrups,
especially prepared for Infants 1 month old to Children all ages.
To avoid imitations, always look for the signature of
rroven directions on each package. Physicians everywhere recommend it
In one of the mining regions there
ia. a district attorney who Is "there"
on native oratory, but considerably
lacking In education. While prosecut
ing a big case at one time, he finished
up his argument In flowery style, and
then, leaning 'across the rail he made
this plen :
"All I asts of you, gentlemen of the
jufy, now that you are about to retire.
Is ta mete out Justice as she deserves
to be met!" .
MATCH IN PANTS KILLS MAN
Seta Fire to Alcohol 'Soaked Clothes,
. Causing Death Before Flames
' Were F-ut Out , .
NewTork. John Wilson, forty-five
years old, was burned to death when
hie dropped a lighted match into the
. Their. Appearance..
"Of course, Tennyson J. Daft is a
poet, but he certainly does not look , cuff of 1,18
like one." , " When. he saw his clothes were burn-
"No. .-.ill tha rtttta I have mum'' tog he ran out to the street and fell
resembled in the face large catflshes : t0 the sidewalk. .He was dead before
with too much hair ..and horn-rimmed JM re WM ui"guisnea.
classes too big. for them." Kansas M Th Pl,ce 'ound P,ecM of bott,e
Has -Other' Uses.
Rub Watson has quit golf.
Dub Well, I saw him changing a
tire. yesterday and he still speaks the
Innguage. New York Sun.
In Wilson's pocket which, they said,
probably had broken and saturated his
clothing with alcohol, causing the
flames to spread quickly, .
w it- mi '
Mother Avenges 8on'a Welts.
' PeoAa, 111. When her 1 son , com
plained that he had been whipped In
school, Mrs. Elizabeth Klebach beat
a school teacher, Miss Katherlne
Mies' Koeppei did not paddle the
boy, however, and the mother la now
charged with assault and battery.
' Set Fire to Load of Hay.
Medford, N. J. Setting fire to -a
load of hay was a costly prank for
James L. Campbell. He must pay for
the property h destroyed, a $50 fine,' Itnnn those
Woman Dlea In Motor Accident
Fayetteville. Mrs. W. A. Terry, of
Zebnlon, N. C, was killed and Mrs,
W. P. Lawrence, of Atlanta, Ga slight
ly injured when an automobile driven
by the former went over a ten-foot
ditch embankment at a curve on the
Maxton road, about four miles from
Mrs. Terry's niece, Jessie Margaret
Graham, of Godwin, was the only oc
cupant of the car, to egoape unin
jured. Mrs. Lawrence sustained a
fractured arm. Mrs. Terry : was on
her way to Maxton to meet a train.
Mrs. "Lawrence , was visiting ' her
daughter, a teacher in the Philadel-
' phus High school, and Mrs. Terry was
visiting her sister, Miss Olive, also a
teacher in the high school. They had
started to Maxton to meet a Mr, Mc
Kay, ot Atlanta. When three miles
of Red Springs they tan into a fifteen
Commission to Visit Elizabeth City.
Elizabeth City. The State Ship and
Water Commission will not arrive un
til. June 8, Secretary Job, ot the Cham
ber of Commerce, has learned.
News of the postponement of the
visit Of the commission to this port
reached Mr. Job in the form of a tele
gram, which follows: ; ,i ' ,
' "Storm - prevented continuation of
our trip at this' time.. Will come June
8. State Ship and Water Transporta
tion Commission." -
V . Rhortaoe of Containers.
Cerro Cordo. With the end of the
picking season two weeks or at the i
least ten days ahead, the strawberry
growers . in the Cerro Gordo and
Chadbourn sections of Columbus coun
ty are confronted with a very serious
crate, and basket shortage. ' Unless a
sufficient quantity of containers can
be procured from other territories at
once to pack and transport the berries
sections , indications at
1. His Call (1:2-10).
2. His Commission (1:11-19).
8. His Sympathetic Heart (4:19).
f 4. His Great Sorrowa. (10:15-21).
5 The Divine Power Which Urged
Him Forward and Sustained Him
Because he was called upon to
prophesy against his own nation and
at the command of God urged them to
surrender to the Babylonians, he was !
res-nrried as a traitor fiTilltv of treason
Vgatnst his own nation.
I. The Rechabitea' Test (w. 1-5).
' In the days of Jehoiakim, the Lord
charged Jeremiah to bring the Recha-
bites into the house of the Lord and ,
test them regarding the drinking of ,
wine. This he did in a place where '
the people might behold them, the aim
being to teach Judah by example.
The father of the Rechabltes had
given command that they should not
drink wine. Their filial obedience
put to shame the children of Judah
for their lack of obedience. Jonadab,
the father of the Rechabltes, was only
a man but the one whose commands
Judah disregarded was the Almighty
God, their Creator and Savior. It is
God's plan that every man be tested.'
Being a free agent, he can have char
acter only through testing.
It. The Filial Loyalty of the Reo
Though they were out of their own
country in the midst of a foreign peo
ple they refused to drink wine, de
claring that they had been true to the
Instructions of Jonadab all their lives.
It Is a fine thing when children re
member their fathers and render
obedience to their commands.
III. The Loyalty of the Rechabltes
In Contrast With the Disloyalty of
Judah (w. 12-16).
1. The Appeal (w. 13, 14). He
made the appeal on the basis of the
filial loyalty of the Rechabltes. He
also reminded them that he had
spoken to them in person, rising up
early to do so. '
2. The-Ministry of the Prophets
(w. 15, 16). When the people failed
to render obedience to God, he sent
to them, the prophets, who pleaded
with them to amend their ways by
turning away from their idols. Mat
thew Henry indicates the points of
contrast somewhat as follows : (1)
The Rechabltes were obedient to one
who was but a man ; the Jews dis
obeyed the Infinite and eternal God.
(2) Jonadab was dead and could not
know of v their disloyalty or correct
them for It God Is all-knowing and
lives forever, and will punish for dis
obedience. (3) The Rechabltes were
never reminded of their obligations,
but God sent His prophets to speak
to His people. V (4) Jonadab left the
charge but no estate to support the
charge, but God gave the people a
goodly land and prospered them In It
(5) God never assigned His people a
task as hard as Jonadab's, bpt God's
people disobeyed Him , while the
Rechabltes obeyed thefr father.
IV. Judgment Upon the Jews for
Disobedience (v. 17).
God declared that He would bring
judgment - upon " them .according to
what He had said. Judgment is iafd
upon those who disobey and rebel
against God. ' . - "
V. Reward, of the Rechabitea for
Their Loyalty (vv. 18, 19),
Because they had been true to the
commands of Jonadab, they should
always have a representative before
God. God has such a regard for filial
obedience that He lets no act go un
rewarded. .' '
Cutlcura Soap for the-Complexion,
Nothing better than Cutlcura Soap
dally and Ointment now and then as
needed to make the complexion clear,
scalp clean and hands soft apd white.
Add to this the fascinating, fragrant
Gutlcnra Talcum, and you have the
Cutlcura Toilet Trio. Advertisement
Slightly Misquoted. '
"Mother I" Bessie rushed breathless
ly Into the parlor, where mother was
entertaining. "Mother I I learned such
a pretty poem In school today."
"What is it, dear?" asked her moth
er, in spite of her embarrassment.
"Well, it goes like this: The Lord
la my shepherd, I shall not want ; He
maketh me to lie down in green
The rest was lost In the burst of
laughter that followed..
Juvenile untruths are defensive. Not
till later come those that enter into
plots. . '
YOU C1NT CUT OUT
A Beg Sparta er Thereagapta
but yon can clean them 007
and you work the horse
same time. Does not blister
or remove the hair. $2.50
per bottle, delivered. Will
tell you more if you write.
Book 4 A free.
W. r. TOUNG, Ub. 11 Teavb St.. SeihtbU. kW
rTat Dentine or loir lloi,
end to fwllare Inflkmma-
Ere easordinf to dine
gone. Soothlnc. boolinc.
all a mom.
lev Wewir rim Yi
World .War Medals.
A bill Is to be Introduced at the next
session of the New York state legis
lature to award World war service
medals to officers of draft boards.
There is a feeling in the "military es
tablishment," however, that the
awarding of war decorations "has
gone about as far as possible without
through making such dispositions so
general, lessening their , significance."
Economy is the road to wealth
and It's a hard road to travel.
and may lose, hla license to operate
the motorcar la which he was riding
when 'he- threw a lighted match into
present are that many thousands ot
dollars will be ost by the various
growers. . -,
' Be 8ure of Happiness. V
Before we passionately desire any.
thing which another'enjoys, we should
examine as to the happiness of its pos
.. . - Hlstory.
Hlstory is little more than the regis
ter of the crimes, follies and misfor
tunes of mankind. Gibbon.
V Great 'Secrete.
The great secrets of being courted
are to shun others and to seem delight
d with yourself. Bui war.
Now is the time to pay
close attention and see
that your baldngs are pure,
wholesome and nutritious.
Good flour is all flour with
the nutritive value of wheat.
; Mix it with good baking pow
der and you have a nutritious,
, wholesome, palatable baking.
No ready mixed substitute will
take its place.
For wholesome, nourishing
food you should use straight
flour and a pure baking
There never w&s, is not, and
never will be anything, that
will take the place or good
' straight baking powder and ;
. plain flour.
If you are using self -rising
flour or any other kind of a
substitute f o r good baking
powder or plain flour you had belter
stop, and ' consider whether you are
practicing teal economy, or saving
money. You are taking a chance of
'losing the full nutritious health-building
value of a good, plain flour. '
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For best results use
Ccdumct Baking Pombr and 7
a good plain flour.