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af being a aabacrifcar tothto
ftaaily become attached to
It Tha |Mvar buflwe a
caembaa ef Ok finally and
tta ooaolqa aadb weak wfQ
be aa mh—ii aa fee ar
rival af anyone tliafa dear,
it wtt >M>
tIM baqpdae ef to artcchsmta
ragalarty etfaaitJyd w> im>li
jmi H •#««;■»; tkM th* mm
Mail Order Concerns
Evsry onl istaissd by tkees
from this t tw>
h ■lmoat every ease ibsir
pnow cm be Ml
I without delay ia rcccinaf goods II
•ad tha posabfar'W aataksa I
The »«nl huui takkh
bay wUi goods an chiapkst.
Local pride is anally «crnod
ary ia the gsaa ei We a*
Mr. Merchant and Biiifaini
Man, aaft romt tossustitow
| with Am aw. waapeas
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w ™ Ik. King's
mo MX TWKUT MO iimnfimm.
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DO YOU know al aaraae
wba b aM eooogk to
read, who bet aot eaea (hat
dpi at a railroad rrneeiai?
Haanjaaa baa aaaa it m mm
tea MMhaa, tbaa why iiwl
the fddMM lat tka a%n r«t
company to kaay
Omm ap» at evacy craaaiaf r
Maybe you think, Mr. Merc*an\
Meat e-eotjbody ham a aay
ataaa.lOootWraa toadies Use
Yaor aaara and toot go ada naad
■mm a#a«rtfcSac ibaa tha mA
■wMfßiwi w ■» worn pvopiv
ta "Ltak Oat lor tha Cw"
MothW la ewer tnaptetad hi tha
THE PEEVISH CHILD
When a child sulks drowsily, or ia
fretful, it ia usually due to BOOM slight
disorder of the digestive organs, and a
mild laxative is very iften all that is
necessary to restore cheerfulness and
buoyancy of apirits.
m cases where the uae of a gentle,
effective laxative stimulant is indi
cated, many of the best rhyslclans are
now prescribing I>r. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin. This preparation is admitted
ly the perfect laxative, being mild, yet
positive In its action on the bowels,
and far preferable to violent cathart
ics and purgative water*. It is very
pleasant to the taste and is an ideal
remedy to regulate and atrengthen the
stomach, liver and bowels. I's easy,
natural action makes it especially de
sirable in the case of children, a dose
at bed-time being sure to have the de
sired result next morning, with no at
tendant unpleasantnesa or discomfort.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is sold
by druggists everywhere in 60c and
11.00 bottles. If you have never tried
this splendid remedy, write to Dr. W.
B. Caldwell, 201 Washington Bt., Mon
ti cello, 111., for a sample. He will be
very glad to send a trial bottle with
out any expense to you whatever.
Reggy*—My gwacious. Such a vi
cious natuah Percy has!
Clarence—Has he weally?
Reggy—Fwlghtful. I had some words
with him today, and he deliberately
weached out bla hand and dlsawanged
AS A REMEDY POR MAI.ARIA
In any form Elixir Babek haa no equal.
It curea the moat obattnate and long
"It gives pleasure to certify that the
Ellxlr Babrk' cured me of chilla and
malarial fever, with which I have Buf
fered for a long time."—August Epps,
Nance's Shops, Va.
It contalna no quinine and la equally
beneficial to young and old.
Elixir Babek, 60 cents, all druggists,
•»r Klocxewakl & Co.. Washington, D. C.
A little girl four years old wanted a
nickel one day, and thought the best
way to get it was to aay aomethlng
nice to papa. So climbing upon his
lap she said sweetly:
"Papa, I love you better than the
Burduco Llvar Powder
Nature's Remedy: la purely vegetable.
As a cathartic, its action la easy, mild
and effectual. No griping, no nausea,
makes a sweet breath and pretty com
plexion. Teachea the liver to act
Sold by all medicine dealers, 25c.
The Subatantlal Part.
"Don't you think fl>e bliss of life
comes with the rapture of the honey
"Maybe, but the real thing comes
with the alimony of the harvest
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle oi
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over 30 Yeara.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
"It ia really by little thine* that one
can tell a man's character."
"Yes; I think that was the reason
Julia broke her engagement. Henry
used to bring her auch cheap cboco
When Your Eyes Need Care
Try Murine By* Remedy. No Smarting—FeeU
Fine—Acta Quickly. Try it for Bed, Weak,
Watery Kyea and Granulated Eyelids. Illus
trated Book In each Package. Murine is
compoanded by our OenUata —Dot a "Patent Med
icine"—bat n*ed In miccenrfal Pbyalclans' Prao-
Ur« for maoy yean. Mow dedicated to the Pub
ilc and aold by Orncglm at Ko and U)>- per Bottle,
iartna Bye Salve In Aaeptle Tabea, t&u and 60c.
Murine Eye Remedy Co., Ohloago
"I see beef Is still going up."
"Then the best way to stop that Is
to keep it from going down."
CHILL TORIC. You know what yon are taking
The formula U plainly printed on arery bottle,
(bowing ltla simply Qnlnlne and iron In a taateles*
form, and tbe moat effectual form. For grown
people and children. 10 eenta.
The young man who tells a girl she
is a dream is likely to bump up against
a rude awakening shortly after mar
DOES Torn HEAD ACHIS ?
Try Hlcka* CAPLDINE. It's liquid—pleas
ant to t«ke—efTerta Immediate—good to prevent ]
Hick Headache* and Nervotia Headaches alao.
Your money back if not eatlafled. 10c., 16c. and I
60c. at medicine store*. ,
You are wasting time every time ,
you tell your sorrows.
Garfield Tea promotes and ensures health.
Try It to be convinced. Druggists keep Ik 1
The love of applause is responsible
for many near actors. ]
(By E. O. SELLERS, Director of Even
ing Department, The Moody Bible la
■tltute of Chicago.)
LESSON FOR JUNE 23
THE PENITENT WOMAN.
LESSON TEXT—Luke T:»-60.
GOLDEN TEXT—"Faithful la the Bay
ing and worthy of all acceptation, that
Christ Jesus came Into tha world to
save alnnera."—l Tim. LIS.
Jesus had accepted an Invitation to
visit the home of the aristocrat Simon,
but instead of being treated with
courtesy he' is humiliated by studied
neglect and insult There was one,
however, who fully appreciated his
real worth, a woman of the street who
had doubtless aeen him enter or else
observed him at m«at through the
open doorway. Knowing him la one
thing, but to love him Is quit* an
other. Do not confound this woman
with Mary Magdalene, there Is no con
nection at all. Jesus always draw to
himself the sinful ones; It was for
that purpose he came Into the world,
to bear our sins (Matt. 1:11; Isa
63:6). This woman was, however, a
sinner who no longer rsn after her
sin, but one who was repentant This
Is shown by (1) her sorrow (weep
ing); (1) her huihble service (wiping
his feet), and (3) her gift of love (the
alabaster box), this latter having un
doubtedly been an accessory of her
life of sin, but now devoted to a more
noble use. As the odor filled the
house the self-satisfied Pharisee spake
"within himself," but he who discern
eth the thoughts and Intents of the
heart knew not only how great a sin
ner she had been, but knew also the
cloak of self-rlghteousnes worn by
Simon. Her purity and holiness bad
been shattered like the alabaster box
and Jesus proceeds to shatter Simon's
shell of self complacency by putting
forth one of his matchless parables.
Jesus Speaks to Simon.
A certain creditor, undoubtedly
meaning himself, had two debtors, by
inference this woman and this Phari
see. Both alike were bankrupt one
[ owed about $8.50 and the other ten
times as much, about SBS. Both
alike, -however, received forgiveness.
"Tell me," says the Master, "which
debtor will love most?" The Phari
see's reply was the logical one; they
both depend upon the mercy of the
creditor, hence the gratitude will be
in ratio to the amount forgiven. Much
had been required, hence much for
given. Jesus immediately turns the
Pharisee's answer to a practical appli
cation. Taking the words out of
Simon's mouth hs makes one of the
most complete and practical applica
tions of applied Christianity in the
gospel record. To paraphrase Jesus
says: "Simon, I came into your house
and the most common courtesy of
washing a guest's feet you neglected,
yet this woman has washed my feet
with her tears, an evidence of her re
pentance, while you sit there with dry
eyed cynicism She has wiped my
feet with-the hairs of her head, her
glory and crown has been laid at my
feet while you have not so much as
offered me a towel to wipe the dust
off my feet as 1 left my sandals at
your door. Simon you gave me no
kiss, that common mark of a courteous
welcome, yet this woman has not
ceased to kiss my feet since the time
I came Into your house. The annoint
ing oil, common olive oil, you neglect
ed to use, yet the precious oil of her
treasure she has thankfully poured
upon my feet Simon, your life Is a
life of works so are these acts of this
woman, but your life is one of zeal
while her acts have been prompted
In another place Jesus tells us that
If we love him we will do the things
he commands us and that he and the
Father will come and abide with us.
Hers was the heroic love of one who
having lost her shame dared to thrust
herself into an unbidden house of re
freshment and perform those neglect
ed menial duties, the result of which
was that reward for her faith that
meant forgiveness of her sins. By
her attention to these duties she was
unconsciously rebuking the vanity of
Simon's self merit while at the same
time she was showing to the world a
fine example #f the gratitude of a
saved one. Paul later expressed it
most forcefully in the fourth chapter
of bis letter to the Romans.
The Greet Creditor.
This woman knew she had no merit
of her own and hence she threw her
self at the feet of Jesus, claimed his
righteousness and compassion and at
the same time by her acts she showed
the attitude of her heart and of course
she had the desire ef her heart It
has always been so for has not the
Master said, "Happy are they who
hunger and thirst after righteousness,
for they shall be fed?"
After this "practical sermon of ap
plied Christianity" to Simon, Jesus
turns to the woman, nameless so far
as the Scripture record is concerned,
and with infinite and a heavenly thrill |
in bis voice be said: 'Thy faith hath
sated thee, go in peace." "Who is the j
creator," they asked.
Jesus teaches us that though there
be degrees of guilt, all alike must j
come to God for forgiveness. Also (
that he, the Great Creator, Is the one ,
to whom we owe our debt of sins and ,
who alone can without merit dis- .
charge that debt and send ns forth In ,
NEWS OF NOnTti CAhUuNA
The Latest News of General Interest
Collected From Many Towns and
) Counties of the State.
Lumberton. —This section was visit
ed by unusually heavy rains acoompa
nied hy high winds. During the rains
a bad ca\e-in occurred on Elm street,
near Seventh, which it is estimated
will cost S7OO to repair.
Kmston.—Roby Broadus. an em
ploye of the Klnston Manufacturing
Co., was badly hurt at the company's
lumber plant, and everal fingers were
amputated as the result of his hand
being caught in a chain belt
Washington—Capt. M. D. Brunson,
one of the leading fishermen of this
section had his boat to capslse off
Hillspolnt a few miles from this city.
Capt. Brlnson and his crew succeeded
In grappling the overturned boat and
clung to her until she drifted ashore.
Charlotte. —J. D. McCall had ths
misfortune to lose 42 head of hogs
and pigs out of a herd of 43 at his
farm north of the city on the Derlta
road, the trouble being an Infection
of hog cholera, one of the most fatal
and rapid of diseases affecting swine.
Maxton.—The two-story commercial
building and opera house which was
Started last fall but on which work
has been suspend? 1 for several months
until quite rsci itly, partially col
lapsed. but fortunately it was raining
and there were no workmen In it at
the time, or there would doubtless
have beeneerious results.
Hickory.—P. . Mclntyre. of High
Point who recently purchased the va
cant lots adjoining the Settlemyre
property will erect four large store
houses, two storleß high, also four
dwellings. • The plans have been
drawn and a contractor was here look
ing over the property. Work will be
gin within the next 60 days.
Raleigh.—The members of the su
preme court have served notice on
the state building commission that has
In hand the erection of the quarter
million dollar fire proof building at
the head of Fayettevtlle street, that
If the court Is not alloted store room
in the new building It will not move
from Its present quarters.
Wilmington.—Playing In the base
ment of the Dresden Cotton Mills at
Lumberton, Charles Laughton, 10
years old. son of an operative threw
the end of a rope which he had
around his neck over a revolving
shaft of the machinery. The rope
w.ound around the shaft, Jerklug ths
head of the boy from his shoulders
before help could reach him.
Waynesvllle.—An unusual cool spell
for this season has prevailed here
for a week, but seems to be broken
now. Frosts have occurred for three
successive mornings and the temper
ature during the nights has ranged
Just a few degrees above the freezing
point. No damage to crops or fruit,
however, has been reported, and an
unprecedented yield of both is prom
ised this year,
Newbern. —The citizens are still
protesting against the use of the heavy
railroad rails which the street car
company persists in laying on the
streets of the city. A public meeting
was held and several forceful talks
made regarding the action of the com
pany but nothing definite was decid
ed on as to what course to pursue.
Meantime the company Is going ahead
laying the objectionable rails.
Fayettevllle.—Will Bryant, a negro
at the May term of Cumberland supe
rior court was sentenced to 30 years
In the penitentiary for the murder of
Will Evans, died while at work with
the force of convicts on the Aberdeen
& Kockflsh Railroad, In this county,
llryant Joined the force only the day
before his death. He was taken sick
but went to work against the advice
of the superintendent it is said.
Scotland Neck. —In conversation
with one of the prominent county pol
iticians some dsys ago, Inqblred If the
usual division In the county would be
in evidence this year, and was inform
ed that thus far there was no evi
dence of any division in the ranks and
all seemed to be quiet. However, the
gentleman said, there is no telling
what will happen, and before one
knows It there may be the usual dis
sension among those who are dissat
Raleigh.—Gov. Kitchin announcea
a reward of $l5O for M. D. Allen who
Is wanted In Halifax county for the
murder of his brother, this reward to
supplement a reward offered by the
Halifax county commissioners. Allen
was jailed right after his crime, was
committed and broke out of jail.
Raleigh.—Since June 1 there have
been 148 licenses issued for new au
tomobiles for North Carolina and it is
found that the value of these machines
averages considerably over SI,OOO.
This is the biggest record by odds,
since the same has been licensing ma
Raleigh.—There is keen regret here
at the decision of Prof. Wade_R*_
Brown to retire from the faculty of
Meredith College where he has been
musical director for a number of years
to take a similar position at the State
Normal and Industrial College at
Wake Forest.—Hon. R. B. White,
af Frankllnton, delivered an address
before the citizens of Wake Forest in
favor of the school tax. They will
rote upon this tax soon. There was a
large attendance, especially of the
children, who gave a delightful exei>
sJse and flag drills, etc.
•tr V " ■ • . ..
THEIR MOST JOYOUS MOMENT
Of the Trio, Probably Representative
Redfield Had the Best Occa
sion to Bmllo.
The talk In one of the cloak rooms
of congress "turndd to the thought of
the happiest moments in one's life.
Senator Bailey said his came the day
he wore his first pair of trousers. And
Paul Howland of Ohio declared his
big moment of Joy was when he was
permitted once to drive a chariot in
a pony and dog show parade.
Representative Redfield, who is a
wise chap, even If he does hall from
Brooklyn, said it was when he was
going to school and trying to master
long division. Three or four aisles
over from where he sat a boy yawned.
It was not an ordinary yawn, but one
of such genuine expression of feeling
toward things in general .that it at
tracted Redfleld's attention. He was
fortunate In having a paper wad right
at hand, ready for any emergency,
and he aimed this at the boy's caver
nous mouth. The wad went right
square into the goal and —well. Fourth
of July fireworks are tame to the
stunts that boy did In the next few
He says be almost smiled once on
shipboard when the vessel gave a
lurch and threw a platter full of
beefstead, gracy and all, over the
open-faced shirt front of a pompous
passenger across the table.
ECZEMA DISFIGURED BABY
"Our little boy Gilbert was troubled
With eczema when but a few weeks
old. His little face was covered with
sores even to back of his ears. The
poor little fellow suffered very much.
The sores began as pimples, his little
face was disfigured very much. We
hardly knew what he looked like. The
face looked like raw meat. We tied
little bags of cloth over his hands to
prevent him from scratching. He was
very restless at night, his little face
"We consulted two doctors at Chi
cago, where we resided at that time.
After trying all the medicine of the
two doctors without any result, we
read of the Cuticura Remedies, and
at once bought Cuticura Soap and
Ointment. Following the directions
carefully and promptly we saw the
result, and after four weeks, the dear
child's face was as fine and clean as
any little baby's face. Every one who
saw Gilbert after using the Cuticura
Remedies was surprised. He has a
head of hair which 1b a pride for any
boy of his age, three years. We can
only recommend the Cuticura Reme
dies to everybody." (Signed) Mrs. H.
Albrecht, Box 883, West Point, Neb.,
Oct. 26, 1910. Although Cuticura Soap
and Ointment are sold by druggists
, and dealers everywhere, a sample of
each, with 32-page book, will be mailed
free on application to "Cuticura,"
Dept. L, Boston.
Just to Accommodate.
Hungry Girl (one of a i>arty of tour
ists who have arrived late at a coun
try Inn) —No fresh eggs? Hut you've
got hens, haven't you?
Innkeeper's Wife —Yes, but they've
Hungry Girl—Well, but can't you
vake them? —Fllegende Hlaetter.
Startled -by convincing evidence that
they were the victims of serious kid
ney and bladder trouble, numbers of J
prominent people confess they have j
found relief by using KURIN Kidney I
and Bladder Pills. For sale by all
medicine dealers at 25c. Burwell &
Dunn Co., Mfrs., Charlotte, N. C.
"Tommy," queried the teacher of a j
small boy, in the Juvenllg class, "what
Is a swan?"
"A swan," replied the youthful ob
server, "Is an animal with a turkey's
body and a giraffe's neck and a goose's .
Instead of liquid antiseptics, tablets
and peroxide, for toilet and medicinal j
uses, many people prefer Paxtlne, j
which is cheaper and better. At drug- j
gists, 25c a box or sent postpaid on re- 1
ceipt of jirice by The Paxton Toilet
Co., Boston, Mass.
And Very Quickly.
"The building of airships Is bound
always to be a success in one way."
"It makes the money fly."
Kor HITMMKR IIMDACIIKM
Hick*' CAPCJDINE U the Ix-nt remedy—no
matter wlint caiiae* them—whether from the
heat. Bitting In dmuifhtH, feveriah condition,
etc. 10c., 26c. and ftUc. per bottlfe at medicine
As soon as women are ours, we are
no longer theirs. —Michael de Mon
> For regulation of the stomach and l>owela
you will tlud Uarfleld Tea very beneficial.
Woman conceals only what she does ]
not know. —Proverb.
W. L. DOUGLAS
A I I ■■ A W. L. DouglaS Makes and sell* more I
mm (J ■■ $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 .hoe. than I
I I ■■ any other manufacturer in the world |
*2.50 3.00 *3.50 4.00 *4.508*5.00 x"
FOR MEN, WOMEN AND BOYS / fLV
"W.li.Douglas $3.00 & $,'1.50 shoes aro worn by millions I®s |pr?»
of men,becaiuetheyHre thehostiutho worldfortlieprloo
W. L Oouzliu $4.00, $4.50 & $5.00 shoes equal Custom
Bench Work costing $6.00 to SB.OO *Sv" IgW
Why does W. L. Douglas make and sell more $3.00, $3.50 i; W
and $4.00 shoe* than any other manufacturer in the world ? ft'
BECAUSE : he stamps his name and price on the bottom and ./
guarantees the value, which protects the wearer against high ITW
prices and inferior shoes of other makes. BECAUSE i they ? '/k
are the most economical and satisfactory; you can save money
by wearing W. 1-Douglas fhoea. BECAUSE: they have no v f ®
•qua) for style, fit and wear. DON'T TAKfi A SUBSTITUTE FOR W.LDOUGLAS SHOES,
11 roar dealer c.nrw-1 finply W. L. Douglas ctioa, wnu W 1,. rVmtlu. Brockton. Mtii, torcaMg
Sboei Mat av«rywh«.c deliver? th-irgei prepaid. tm*t C»lor MyitU I'—*.
RECORD OF A
Doctors Could Not Help Mrs*
Health through Lydia E»
Hooper, Nebraska. —"I am very glad
to tell how Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable
Compound has helped me. For five years
I suffered from female troubles so I was
scarcely able to do my work. I took doc
tors' medicines and used local treatments
but was not helped. I had such awful
bearing down pains and my back was so
weak I could hardly walk and could not
ride. I often had to sit up nights to sleep
and my friends thought I could not live
long. At my request my husband got
me a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound and I commenced to
take it. By the time I had taken the
seventh bottle my health had returned
and I began doing my washing and was a
well woman. At one time for three weeks
I did all the work for eighteen boarders
with no signs of my old trouble return
ing. Many have taken your medietas
after seeing what it did for me. I would
not take SIOOO and be where I was. You
have my permission to use my name if
! it will aid anyone."—Mrs. SUSIE TEH-
I PLKTON, Hooper, Nebraska.
ThePinkham record is a proud and peer
j less one. It is a record of constant vic
i tory over the obstinate ills of woman—ills
J that deal put despair,
It is an established l[V
fact that Lydia E. //}/
ble Compound has re- II |7V ||
storedhealthtothou- II j/ II
sands of such suffer- r,\ Jw fP IS
ling women. Why
don't you try it if you
need such a medicine?
Prompt Relief —Permanent Cure
LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purely vegeta- ;
ble act surely
but gently on iT.SIr?
the liver. JmtiOSW V JTLE
Stop after (MmIUF I'VER
dinner dis* B PILLS,
I improve the complexion, brighten the eyes.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
are ver y general in
the spring and summer
months and are fre
quently fatal owing to
delay in getting medi
help. Avoid danger
S keeping in the house
I at all times a bottle of
OLD DR. BIQQER'B
St will soothe and allay the inflammation instantly.
Ask your druggist: he knows. Seri* !o. 1576. Price
as and 50c por bottle. Send for Confederate
vetersn Souvenir Book free. MM. only by
Haltiwanger-T ay lor Drug Co., Atlanta,Ga.
DAISY FLT KILLER
HAHOLD 10MER1. 160 DeCslb Ave , Brooklyn, H. T.
Restores Qray Hair to Natural Color
KKIOYKB DANDKtrr AND (M l R7
; InYigoratesand prevents the hair from falllngoS
for Bale b; l>r«f|lili, »r Real Direct by
XANTHINECO., Richmond, Virginia
frlee 01 Per Beltlei bus pie DulUt tie %tm4 for elr««la4
I LIIi'OKTANT NO'IK L —l want to employ a
reliable, energetic, influential emigration
, In net agent; h|> 1 * ndid contract made; reference
j given and required; cheap farms for sale,
lujk« and small; will Hrire —small—paynii'nt
down; give terms to suit purcliaa- r; 8% option
to pay any time; wIIT send~]«-a rlptlve litera
ture upon application; abundant rainfall, rich
soli, healthful climate, good people, splendid
society; sure crops every year KIIWAKI)
Kim AKIIN, CI.AKKNVIM.E. TFXAH.
SAVE YOUR OLD WORN CARPET
We can make you l>eautiful durablo rug*; snysise. To
Bt room* or halln. Wo have no agents. Catalogue free-
ORIENTAL RUG CO., lialtlmor*. Mil.
BOI'TH r.FOROU - "TW |..»| .r Hhx'>
ofler* llom*«*«kere and unexcelled opportunl
; ties of wealth. Delightful Cllninle, plentiful rainfall,
; perfect health and bountiful crop*. Write for at tra**-
llve larui bargain list. D. a. bowkk, luiawris**, u*.
1 HOSIERY FOR THE "HOLE DARN" FAMILY
i Men, women and children, at manufacturers' prices.
Semi 2h i ts. for l>eautlful pair pure silk hose, or on#
dollar for four pairs prepaid. Black, tsn, navy and
grey. Agents wanted. DIRMTTOYor ■ ILLB,TryM,I.C.
TBI? ACRTJ DKBD FRHM
to the snbncriber who holds lucky number. Fair
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W. N. U., CHARLOTTE, NO. 25-1912.