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ITS MERCURY AND SALIVATES
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pJ-' AFTER EWERY MEAL
OLD NORTH STftTE HEWS MEKiMlONAL
Straiohten Up! Don't Lose 1a 1 Day's Work! Clean Your Sluggish
b Liver and Bowels With "Godson's Liver Tone."
Brief Notes Covering Happenings in
This States That Are of Interest to
All the People.
Lenoir county has four community
fairs this vear.
1 I FSSfiN
T, h- Mv.el makes you sick. Take
lg " i vile, dangerous drug to
dose V morrow you may lose a
da(Vr-h'is mercury or quicksilver
v in 11 it comes into contact
,,- -.-ic crashes into it. break
Ibis is when you feel that
emd rramninsr. If you
g u" ". . v nnd "all knocked out," if
your "Vt ;
iDg it !
torpid and Dowels const!
, : have headache, dizziness,
i;Kll0, if breath is Dad or
ur just, try a spoonful of
h Ison's Liver Tone. .
:nv guarantee uo to any
, or dealer and get a 50-cent
dson's Liver Tone. Take
tonight and if It doesn't
straighten you right up and make you I
leei nne and vigorous by morning I '
ui. you -10 go Dack to the store and !
get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone
is .destroying the sale of calomel be- 1
cause it is real liver medicine; entire
ly vegetanie, therefore it cannot sali
vate or make you sick.
I guarantee that one sDoonful of
Dodspn's Liver Tone will put your slug-
gisn iiverto work and clean your bow
els of that sour bile and constipated
waste which is clogging your system
and making you feel miserable. I guar
antee that a bottle of Dodson's Liver
Tone will keep your entire family feel
ing fine for months. Give it to your
children. It is harmless; doesn't gripe
and they like its pleasant taste. Adv.
"Everybody's Day" was celebrated
at rhomasviUe last week. .
A life extension campaign is beiag
conducted in Lenoir county.
The tobacco sales at Winston-Salem
last week totaled 2,552,043 pounds.
(ByUBEV. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D..
Tllpher of English Bible in the Moody
Brae Institute of Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1917, WesternNeBpapero?
&SS0N FOR OCTOBER Zl
TEMPLE REBUILT AND DEDI
LSON TEXT Ezra 8:8-13; 6:14-18,
iUIRIES NOT ALIKE
f:.i5 Lawyer illustrated "Lead
estions" in Court With Dip
oaiatic Kiss Story
John G. Johnson, a Phila-
..;yor, was once explaining
v the-nature and the unfair-
i ending" or guiding quistions.
-truttHl hiss explanation with an
-A y.Uii-. chap and a pretty girl " he
,xr on a secluded bench at
t. ,,,,, mil. The girl turned to him
" V u as-ic me for a kiss. There is
a ii,iuii?e in kisses. A kiss on the
hv () .uMiotes chivalrous respect. On
th, f..ivhead It denotes a firm and
faitliiul friendship. On theT Ups
er color rose and she drew a long
breail - 'a kiss on the lips denotes all
things Kiss me, then, once,
prejx in one kiss your feeling t
"Ti.( I'ashful youth pondered.
"l ,iont want to lose her,' he said
ts ,.!uelf. 'Where Is it best to kiss
her? Hand, forehead or lips?
"a mellow whistle interrupted him
no !..okel at the cirl. Her red mouth
wc i tickered up in the form of a rose-
bin1 she had pulled down her hat
so ;i to hide her forehead completely,
iuv, l-iih hands were thrust up to the
wr; in her pockets.1
Taken in Bales.
"Few people are in business
The pawnbrokers seem altruistic,
however. I'm sure they can never get
rid of all those guitars and revolvers'
they so graciously loan money on.".
twvt min-VT Fntsr into his Kates
fthankseivtne. and into his courts
Dr. R. L. Carlton, city health offi- witpraise.-Psalms .100:4. -
cer and commissioner of public safety, j remnant whih returned had
has been granted a leave of absence L cottiprt in their new homes
for six weeks to enable him to study Sfiwould be a considerable time be-
health work in several of the larger forhe temple could be rebuilt, ar-
cities of the United States, more es- ranment was made for the religious
' pecially the North arid East. - nSL nrlv as possible, as religion
i diw vpfv heart of" the nation's life.
j Gastonia's second" hoital, the Gas- j Thefirst set up the aUar of the toa
i ton sanatorium, opened its door to tha cf Iael (3 :l-3) and oserea Durui ui
public last week.
Robert D Erwin, a prominent citi
zen of Concord, was thrown from a
loaded wagon and killed when his team
of mules became frightened and ran
How's This ?
We offer $100.00 for any case of catarrh
that cannot be cured by HALL'S
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is tak
en internally and acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
Sold by druggists for over forty yearr
Price 75c. Testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Rev. Joseph L. Murphy, D. D. pastor
of Corinth Reformed church, of Hick
ory, for nearly 27 years, died, follow
ing a stroke of apoplexy which over
came him while on his way to his
church .to conduct the regular .mid
week prayer service.
A. W. McAlister, fuel administrator
for North Carolina, announces that he
has appointed A. M. wcales, Greens
hnro; Clarence Poe. Raleigh: Presi-
Elihu Root, on his return from Rus
sia, said at a dinner in New York:
"fiprmanv. while I-was abroad, tried
very hard for a separate peace. She ! dent Graham, Chapel Hill, as a central
staate committee on iuei aummis na
tion; C L. Shuping, Greensboro, as
hprpon. They next reviveu
thelSnual festivals (3:4-7) which had
-a tlerful, unifying influence upon
I'ihe AtJDointment of Officers to
ketlibrward the Work of the Lord's
HouH (v. 8, 9), Overseers-were neeo
ed tp&irect this great work. Rubbish
npor&d to be cleared away so the build
ing Operations could begin; timber
needfd to be cut in the Lebanon forests
and boated down to Joppa; Mopes
needli to b5 cut from the quarries ; in-
telliSSht- arid consecrated men were
needM to direct tnis worK, as n wuo
needful that it be done with the utmost
0mpMinn. The Lord's house demands
the i&ost systematic adjustment of its
laboiit; Mere zeal will not make up for
mht Foundation of trie lempio
soon gave up, however, disgustedly de
claring that the allies were more in
clined for separate pieces."
The Era of Censorship.
"A little learning is a dangerous
th; exclaimed the man who quotes.
Ti.siblv " replied Senator Sorghum.
"A Ki t at deal .Just now depends on how
yon srot your information and what
yon intend to do with It."
"Who painted Brown's house?"
I'tliink he said it was done by Fitz
To Drive Out Malaria
And Build Up The System
Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
what you are taking, as the formula is
printed on every lanei, snowing u u
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless lonn. i no
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
builds up the system. 6o cents.
In Better Standing.
"You citizens of Washington, D. C
can't vote!" remarked the visitor.
"No. And at that we're entitled to
The University of North Carolina
celebrated its 124h birthday last week
in a manner befitting so important an
occasion. Addresses by Governor Bick
ot and Prosident Graham, of the uni-
versity, with an inspection of the mili
tary forces of the university by the
governor, were the chief events of the
To know actual prison conditions as
they eiist in North Carolina, and in
compliance with the state prison law.
A torpid liver condition prevent proper
tood assimnation. Tone up your liver wnn
Wright s Indian Vegetable Pill. They act
rentiy and surely. Adv.
The -chap who steals a woman s
lAiro is apt to get a lot of trash.
credit than numerous residents the executive staff tf the state board
of health is making a complete survey
of all (fonvict camps and jails in the
state. It is the plan of the board to
publish in booklet form, early -next
year, the findings of the survey, which
will be made by personal inspections,
photographs, and gradings by use of
the score-card system.
of other cities who could vote if they
chose, but who prefer not to interfere
with political bosses." Washington
UU ILMI1U ULUJ
HALE AND HARDY
WAS ALL RUN DOWN
Faulty Kidneys Caused Acute Suf
ferings Completely Recovered
Since Using Doan's.
Mrs. Harry A. Lyon, 5 St. William
St.. S. Boston. Mass., says: "voans
Kidney Pills have surely done me
wonderful good. About two nwu
prior, to the birth of my DaDy, i un"
two convulsions anu was taken to a
hospital. Doctors said
the convulsions were
due to my kidneys' not
"I had swelling of
the feet and ankles
so that I had to wear
large - sized slippers.
My back ached In
tensely, I was nerv- HM.
ous and unable to sleep. I also suf
fered from awful headaches and felt
weak, tired, languid, and run down.
"After I came'.home a friend sug
gested that I try Doan's Kidney
Pills, and I got some. I soon noticed
imnrnvMnont- mv back became
stronger and I felt better in every
way. I kept on taking Doan s ana
was cured, They are sureiy rename.
Mrs. Lyon gave the anove state
ment in May, 1915, and on March
12, 1917, she said:
"My cure has lasted. I take Doans
occasionally, however, as a strengtn
ener for my kidneys."
Get Doans at Any Store, 60cBox
FOSTER-MILBURN CO., BUFFALO. N- Y.
Ninety-nine men and one woman,
nparlv all of whom have gained state
wide prominence, have accepted their
appointment as county food adminis-,
trator and are enlisted in Federal Food
Administrator Henry A. Page's Nortn
Carolina volunteer army. No call since
the campaign for the production and
the conservation of food began lias re
ceived such ready and hearty re-
I began suffering with change of life ,
and was suffering very much. . . 1; rprpivine from his commissioned
And Praises Cardui, Which She
Say Pulled Her Through a
Most Dangerous Period.
Mercer, Ky. "About 15 years ago,"
writes Mrs. W. T. Ball, of this place,
LaldV?3:10-l'3). Thit-Was done amid
grealfejolcing. The consciousness that
the fed's house was taking shape,
evenf though the mere foundations
rnnldibe seen, provoked great enthu-
siasngibn the part of the people. Mu
siciai were appointed to furnish mu
sic wfiie the work was being done. Un-
der tfe influence or music men win
bettefirwork, armies will march and
fightfletter when bands are playing.
Whilfethere was great joy, there was
also, pingled sorrow. This was on the
part'f the elders who had seen the
formed temple. The meanness of the
present temple .in comparison with
Solonpn's temple caused tneir praise
t-ffli titUVi Tio1r sorrow.
THesJIpeople belonged to that class
who nk that nothing now is so good
as irifyhe former days, so completely
were liese voices commingled that the
peoplfeould not discern the one from
the oer. . 1
lll.he Building of the Temple De
layedy Opposition. (Chapters 4 and
5). Fife a time matters went smoothly
with feiem, but ai soon as the work
had tpen such shape. as to show that
there vas some prospect of success,
the hpf-heathen Samaritans Deguu tu
opposMihem: No vital work of God
will bpallowed to go on without oppo
sitionMHSatan resents and bitterly op
fosesfil inroads upon his kingdom.
Theseamaritans sought to frustrate
this wpk of God by :
began taking Cardui after having suf
fered for 3 years, and I was dread
fully nervous. Hardly felt like doing
my work. Couldn't sleep well at nights.
! However, after several doses of Cardui
I saw an Improvement and in a few
days I could do my work with ease
and in two weeks I was able to walk
six miles and went to the street fair
at Central City and enjoyed myself.
After using two bottles. I got my
natural health and strength and it
pulled me through that most danger
ous of periods in a woman's life with
no trouble or suffering.
I am now hale and hearty, and was
59 years old the 11th of this month.
I will never cease praising Cardui,
which did me so much good. It also
savedmy daughter's life when she had
such a dreadful spell. . . "
Over 40 years in use, Cardui has
.as no "tho wnman's
proven us eiucacjr o
j. t vnn are weak, ana
down, and suffer from symptoms
troubles peculiar to womea, give
Cardui a trial. Adv.
county officials the names and aa
dresses of the school committeemen
and district workers who -will carry
the orders that are coming down from
the commander-in-chief in Washington.
The Forsyth highway commission
has proposed to the state commission
that it will provide 10 convicts, fore
man, a guard, a cook, three teams and
wagons, a road machine and all neces
sary road working machinery, with a
light movable camp outfit, and agree
to work this force not less than 200
days in the year on maintaining the i
roads to the various county seats un
rounding Winston-Salem, designated
by the state commission and under tne
direction of the state commissioner.
Moderate pay for this force would be
i $7,500 a year. The Forsyth automo
i bile tax which is to be spent on these
! roads amounts to about $6,000 a year,
j The above plan was suggested by Mr.
i Norfleet before he tendered his reslg
i nation as chairman.
Balflr J ersey end Ch.rlf.tom Z
i ma, nntcn. bbmwbv""-t --- .
Pwcel Post 100, ac ; :'MVi'vbri1 IP It
D. F. JAMISON. SUMMERVILLEt
3erse W Akefleld, Flat 'PJes cheaper. Satla-
Orville Wright said at a Dayton din
ner The war has developed flying enor
mously. We'll all fly after the war
Air fiends will then ne i...
motor fiends are today.
"What name shall we give lu
fiend's mania? AeryBipe.a
Or would flyfolu oe oejiew ----
we'll call it innewenza. num. u.
All things considered, wouldn t the
best name be skyatica i
From One Who Has Tried.
"What is the distinction between in
surance and assurance?"
"Takes one to sell the other.
The under dog is entitled to little
sympathy if he starts the fight.
run- I unarters nave uocu wucu -
rtf ! knitting mill corporations for Burice
county, one for Morganton auu uio
other for Valdese, the incorporations
for each one being the same persons,
J. L. Garrou, Frances Garrou, J. M.
Brinkley, and W. C. Erwin. The Mor
ganton Mills, Inc., capital $150,000 au
thorized and $10,500 subscribed. Tha
Valdese mill is Liberty Hosiery Mills,
Inc., capital $50,000 authorized and
Even With the Barber.
"Don't you care for any postcards j
today?" asked the postal cieris. us i
handed the man the stamp he had
"Not today," said- the man.
"Or some stamped envelopes; we
have some new ones."
"No, thank' you."
"Would you like a money order r
"Or perhaps you would like to open
a postal savings account?"
But the manWd fled.
"Who was that fellow, and why did
you ask him all those questions?"
asked a fellow clerk.
"That," said the other clerk, is
my barber. For years when he has
nlin Alliance With the Jews Shaved me he has bothered me witn
(4 :2- jji! They wanted to bring the work recommendations of massages, Sham
ir !iL 1io?t rwr rplifious c Vmivnnts nnfl hair tonics. I am
III llil IHVJlly Willi l- V H ' ' " - C JUKJf " "
pwictib, as God's pure worship would even with him now."
be a cMstant rebuke to them. This is ,
ever tig way - cf the wrld, to seek to RPp pQES AND RED HANDS
en.eci m compromise wiw wvu o vim
dren ; !W Gcd's call is separation.
VComelfut from among them" (2 Cor.
6:14-1 Nothing so weakens God's
cause g$ worldly alliance and compro
mise, ifhere is but one answer to be
given pi such an offer oi compromise.
"Ye hire nothing to do with us in
buildinpa house unto cur God." We
are infe world, but not of the world.
(2) Weakening the Hands of the
Peopie4:4). Doubtless this included
the wiMlrawal of supplies, the spread-
ing of fi'ssension among the workmen,
and ti employment of counselors
(3) ;rters of Accusation to the Per
sian Kg (4 :6, 7) : Sjo severe was this
opposltyn 'that the building was de
layed f a term of years, inese coun
selors peceeded in . creating doubt as
to" whetffer Cyrus ha'd ever issued a de
cree fojtheir return. This wicked op
posltlonesulted in the undoing of the
opposer. for search was made and a
copy wall found. Darius confirmed this
hv his EtV'n decree, and directed that
aid be ven from the royal taxes so
that thfhouse of Gcd might be built.
IV. T Temple Completed and Dedi
cated (H 14-18). The Prophets Haggal
and Zaspariah now appear, ana
warninM exortatlons and entreaties
stir uphe people so that the work
goes fofjiard to a successful comple
tion. . Without their aid probably the
work wld never have been completed.
Human Ifature at times needs to be
rhppredHind urged forward. These
The Particular Landlord.
"I understand the police-backed the
patrol wagon up to an apartment house
in your neighborhood and took out a
bunch of disorderly tenants."
"Yes. Great world, isn't it? The
il, nlnna WfYnlrfTi't
man wno owns me
rent an apartment to anyone wno na$
"Anyhow, poverty is no crime."
"And that's a good thing. Wher
would us poor folks get our technical
Soothed and Healed by Cuticura Sam
pie Each Free by Mail.
Treatment for the face: On rising
and retiring smear affected parts with
Cuticura Ointment. Then wash off with
Cuticura Soap and hot water. For the
hands: Soak them in a hot lather
nf Pnticnra Soap. Dry, and rub in
Free sample each by mail with Book.
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L,
Boston- Sold everywnere. -auv.
"I have laid my oratorical talents at
the feet of my country."
"And then what happened?"
"Somebody said, 'Forward, march!'
and my country simply stepped over
'em and went right along."
Joseph McMahon, veteran of four
wars, at eighty-two, works for a living
in Brooklyn, N. Y.
Why buy many bottles of other Vermi
fuge, when one bottle of Dr. Peery "Dead
Shot" will act surely and promptly? Adv.
It is unkind to look a man's religion
in the pocketbook.
Irl For 35c
When you buy
ment vou eet
solendid value! The large
35 cent bottle contains twice as
,much as the usual 50 cent bottle
Try it for rheumatism, neuralgia,
sciatica, sprains, cuts and bruises.
At all dealers price 35 cents,
GILBERT BKOS.& CO- Baltimore, MJL
Money back without question
If HUNT'S CUKE fails in the
treatment of ITCH, ECZEMA,
RINGWOEM.TETTER or other
Itching akin diseases. Price
60c at druggists, or direct from
IB.BIehartt Metiiclne Co. .Shermai Tex.
KODAKS & SUPPLES
We also do highest class of finishing.
Prices and Catalogue upon request.
S. Galetki Optical Co., Richmond, V.
SAVE YOUR SWEET POTATO VINES
worth E.00 acre. M7 method will keep them gree
8.11 winter. Write me, w. v. ". - -
W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 42-1917.
When Your Eves Need Care
Try Murine Eye Remedy
Congresswoman Rankin will speak
at the State fair at Raleigh.
The Farmers' Bank at Kenley has
just been organized.
Mrs. Pattie Jacobs Rufner, of Ala-
- - 4 1
bama, official representative oi mo
National Suffrage League, has accept
ed the invitation to make the principal
address before the, annual convention
of the North Carolina league, in ses
sion in Goldsboro, October 30 and 31.
Mrs. John S. Cunningham, of Durham,
president of the state chapter of the
national organization, announced the
formal program. The ssiona will
consume two tts.
prophetit did not themselves work in
the bulging of the wans, yet umju
R'i - A. .MAA
work ws or even greater lmyonaucc.
It isifgenerally found that this
is so wip the religious leaders today.
The wdf of .cheer and encouragement
of the iiiristian- minister are needed
dallv foSthose who labor in the build
ing of te Lord's house. Were it not
for thenmany would give up the strug
gle. Wwn the building was finished it
.was dedicated to God with great joy,
This wts possible because they ha
hnfldedttnd finished their task accord
ing to tile commandment of the God of
Israel. TThe service of dedication was
much akter the order of that of Solo
mon's fnple, only on a less magnin
It meana a miserable condition of ill health thai ! leads to all of special
ailments such as headache, backache. dyspeps. iffij?
various kinds, piles and numerous other disorders CONSTffATION is a enme
against nature, and no human being can be well for any lengdi of time while
constipated. DR. TUTFS LTVER PILLS is the remedy and has been used
wcceiVfully all over this country for 72 years. Get a box and see how it feefc
tThaVe your liver and bowels resume their health-gmng natural functions.
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Also a Fine General
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