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From a Woma Whom Seem I-A
ess Was Overcome by Lydia E
Garnett, Kas.-"I first took Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for a
ing the birth of my
oldest child. I got
up too soon which
caused serious fe
male trouble. I was
so wetk that I was
not at le to be on my
feet but very little
and could not do my
hous work at all. I
had a bad pain in my
left side and it
would pain terribly if I stepped off a
curb-stone. One day one of your book
lets was thrown in the yard and I read
every word in it. There were so many
who had been helped by your medicine
that I wanted to try it and my husband
went to town and got me a bottle. It
seemed asu though I felt relief after the
second dose, mo kept on until I had
taken five bottles andby that time I
was as well as I could wish. About a
ear later I gave birth to a ten pound
y, and have had two more children
sine and my health has been lae. If
I ever have trouble of any kind I am
goin to take your medicine for I e
t all the ptraise for my good bhealth.
I always recommend your medicine
whenever I can."-Mrsm E Sava ,
.•\1iy h111,el that rise.s before tnid
night I eullhi :anr "evenirng .tar." If it
does riot ri-,' untlil rifter rldnlight it tl I
a morning star. Tl'hs-,- tlinulls are
never aitpil iid to thi r.al st:rs. which
;ri. hiahledi "tixed stars," but only to
pl:1i,,-is. w\hlih alre not stiars.
Roman Eye Balsam has gained the publte's
confidence during 75 years Manufactured
only by Wright's Indian Vegetable Pill o..
t12 Pearl t.., New York City.-Adv.
Economy at Least.
Stubby-Let Percy umpire this
grme? Why, I should say not! What
dooes he know about baseball?
Itobby-But that's not it. You see,
his dad is a doctor an' will be able t'
take care of himn fer nothin'.
Never try to climb over a barbed
wire fencet on crutc''hes.
Don't expect sound argument to
come from a loud mouth.
Help That Bad Back I
Why be miserable with a "bad back?"
It's time you found out what is wrong!
Kidney weakness often amuses much
suffering from backache, Ismeness,
rheumatic pains, headaches, diziness
and kidney irregularities. Neglected,
it may lead to dropsy, gravel or Bright's
disease, but if taken in time it is ums
ally easily correeted by using Does's
VOdWe ph . Does's have helped
ind s, Ia t
hmes my eyes
urred. My kid.
ee cted sy
rn of Doan's
Kney Pills I de
_a cLded os to try them.
They fixed me up
In a few days and
I have had no recurrence of the
O(e Dea' ea Asp Semee 0 Ue Sei
DOAN S ",".".1D
Imos.wmun coa, E UAlo. M.
ltclief from Bad
Casc of Indigestion
Dllas man souffered foryears, yet
Wares Black Powdcr brought
quick and Issting relic, he says.
The remarkable value of Ware's Black
Powder in the treatment of indigestion is
shown in the case of Mr. G. M. Anderson
of IDaIlas, who writes, under date of Sept.
uI ffered from Indigestion for many
jears, and got ,n such condition I could
not work at times. Ware's Black Powder
asa recommended to me, and I started tak
ing it. After using two or three bottles
I was sermanently relieved. I believe
Ware's Black Powder is without a equal
for its recommended use."
This wenderful remedy is sold l all
uggts for 60c and 1.20 the ac e
Not r gative. Contains no hsrmu
drugs. Orty years In ire. Send for Ir.
Ware's Sre booklet on digestive trouble.
THi wARu cHEMICAL. CO. Damlh
Youa cmIiwme ar m wltsmiout fear
dImMage r leall
Foul scmu- maI
bood r_ .
diaIdmsm mad sa-ow skla ame gebse4
Nil gMI SO TEr~lSea NAAIJaA, CRIIU
Amt FEER. hs s asse.. a sj manu
- The Healthy -
tearutre*d or Money Itck tarbon Iten,,.r'
Si Il.lr*" |,.e'. c Il ,'&C" Ir.· . ,n! .Jr clI,
labrlcant Ynd. b)y Uulto Aut,, I,'ele'" Arss
ataI.u edlge 2c. ,1ruble 3e -.i / 'i 'iZ'otteen
Sav. spply t.'ontl'pal. t),u non. T',,as.
The Progress Woman's Page....
Thsn Dsiuat. st ediM by Julia Bottomley, Assooiatse dltor of i0 Ladies' Home Journal, and Nellie Max
wel, Naitioi athouth se Dome ae Economy, for the pleasureo the ladies of Abbe.i. and vinsity. Many
Oam 8as mw, deWihtful writer of Children's Stories, contributeh r the Ltt! *olkhs. J. W. O'Bryan. Editor.
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ir.v. 1920 Western New lt,:st,,.r r lan
'he w.noi,n who with'rtftks the ad
mil ist tt io of ai hoie ii %iot ut un
di-rst:. tllilyg It la oni .t Y r with .t Iian
who 'Htabtlihes a horn, withouut beilog
alde to support It.
A dessert which is new and most
Wholesotlue Is found In the following:
ding.-3felt one acup
ful of browns sugar
and two, tlllzhllspooll
fi fuls of butter over
the tire and I ook Un
til In I ted and
1row1asI. but not
hlurnedl. foIlur over
the mi lxture two cupfulis of hot milk
sanid sltllnl.r ten miutt es uintl nill Is
illssolved. .1eu1tiwhile -nik a tine lthll
slhe of bread is i oldhi ate'r until
soft, lpre ouI all the w\i tie 'u- ! i-rum
isle tiiti bite. I'Pour the mil. suIgIar
iId buiItter mixfit re ovi 'r th, ibtre id iand
hefl ill Ithe yolks of to eg s, : 1 littleh
srnt aida ;llll t alls~1, t Hpo nful f" V -
vIilla. Iloir ijt, i a autrl,red ltaking
dish uieln hake in a piun of tltir tittten
the ou.< until stiff, addI ttto tablhh
spoonfulsi of powdered Itu:.r, theI julce
of half a lemon, heat ,again. Sprotad
over the pudding and Iroi in it nod
Apple Cake.-Line- a de'lep pie- plate
with pastry. Mix tsogetlher one-half
cupful eatch of railsitns lad nults. three
quarters of a cupful iof sugar, onle
teaspoonful of cinnmutlon and sprinkle
over the crust. On top of this ar
range three greening applles. slled
rather thin. Pour over the apples one
cupful of milk nlixed with osse egg;
sprinkle the whole with two table
spoonfuls o(f sugar and i t little more
cinnamon and dot with hits of but
ter. Rake 45 minutes in a slow oven.
reducing the heat toward the last.
Fried Apples and Onions.-Heat the
frying paln, add one-third of a cupful
of meat drippings and when hot turn
In two pints of sllced o1nions; cook
gently addlng one and one-half tea
spoonfuls of salt and two tablespoon
fuls of sugar; after ten minutes of
cooking add three pints of quartered
tart apples. Cover and cook until the
appes i are taider. grve bet as a
111I- for beeled poet eeps.
Cranberry Jelly-Take one quart of
cranberries, one pint of sugar and one
cuptal of water. Cook the herries In
the water five or ten minutes,. covered.
When well broken with a pestle press
the pulp through a strainer. a perfor
ated one', not wire; stir In the sugar
and when well mixed pour into a large
mold or individual molds. Let stand
until the next day.
Apple Sandwlch.-Chop one large
apple, and one-third of a cupful of
raisins very fine. Butter thin slices of
bread, spread with the mixture. sprin
kle with a little hletlmn juice and cover
with other sli'es.
Verily we rlnen have plonnlern to
solve that would test a Solomon. If
your wife is sick and you say she
looks badly you have ni, tact. If you
don't notice, she is anik you are a
heartless brute -Wn. t' lltunter.
OLIVES AS FOOD.
A ripe- olive' yleils twice as many
calories,. or heaitt units, its the green,
bresll, which we
ceonesider the staff
ef life. The ripe
o 1i ve in little
k i e win ein the
gresate.lr isirt ofl
the ULilted States.
Tho.''s \\h1,o Ibcom'lle, Ia(c.usntomled to It
like it fur hether than the grKen olive.
and it is Clorte 'easily digestedl as well as
mtore ric'h ill food thn ths te green olive.
RiLlp olive~s bifaust, of their favor,
which is ve-rt delicite, are especially
goonl iln liltut snurltns, dressings and
manl, dishc. A half-dozen ripe olives
cho(·ppeI hn- and added to the ilblet
nranc·, to serve with roast chicken or
turkey. is especially ine.
Olive Sauc..-Melt four tablespoon
flls of Iutter and a teasrpoonful
of c(lo-lltpei chives,. and cook until soft
ened. Remeove the chives, add fve
tablespoonfuls of flouir and a half-tea
speonful of salt with a few dashes of
pepper; addl two cuptas of brown
stock and cook unttl thick. ("it one
dozen olives from the pits, cover with
boiling water for fivre minutes. drAln
and add to the sace. Lerve with
nleat or Igame.
Hawaiian Salad.i'lace a slice o
plnealslee mon a leaf of lettuce. (On it
arrange ailternate sections of orange
and trlsp'frllit. Between each ptece
pise., ote'-e'ighlth sectio rlof a rilpe aolive.
In ttite ,'loter of the pine:Ippl,' place
a hall sIIedle of, cream cheet L s.tesniei
with mii:ytnaIise, to hold It together.
'jrinkl.ei th iustrike and serve with
Fr'tricllis hri..-inls. Thelt pineapple or
otlhe.r firuit it; ai : In ' i. used in place
sof ihii \illeL-ri iil the dIre-i.ing. Pas.
I IIna\(Hln]ljis for lth( cunliild.
Olive Salad.-T'lake. fiour tart apples.
ont. -talk if -elhry. or rnthir
hut-'1I. ss oin h lf i l1pfuil sif anl
In1t rot"l s nt i vi t thres- fiturths of a
c u p fu l i f p itte , ,d ,, sv,. rip . t 'u t th e
c,'lery. apled.s :Ind ,,liv,. inti, illlle nne
strips. Add the nuts. niiosten with
mayonna!si s n serve in a ni.st of let
I }44UL )YM#wcte
NICE FROCIS THAT
GRACE THE DANCE
W IAT sensltress doens not enjoy
making up the lovely dance and
dinner frocks that give her imlllina
tion foodt for pleasant thought?
Whether she is working for herself
or some one (else, and especially if her
endeavor benefits a daughter, there is
less care and more joy in the making
of party frocks than in anything else.
Younger women are rapturous over
them, the young matrons know th
they bok their best in them and m.
tar nes travel es the road to ye,
torday wheo they wear them.
There is a wide choice of styles to
suit various types, and plenty of room
for Individual taste in dance frocks.
One may choose quaint and demure
ideas or be a little durling, or steer
a course between the two. When there
is so much that is vivid and sparkllng
and daring. it is the slmpler or quaint
frocks that find themselves most
charming. They do not belong to the
jazz era, and are refreshing for that
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W O .ll:N iuet l ii Ic , y. ti1 v i 4 tilli ng
tit liivhtdi timet ton tlt.ttraitlive fur
i.e j ttl~hing f thir hfui.. to 1t.A pt'itl.
* hobriz ot ';~Ikiiit~pitt! ilitX
I*g Int't tin of iitu lir ro1etit t i
.:lnhiftlt llrt'r- itt 111 thin r l tirl .rcip
c lu'ru and fli hV In' nit t11 i..- r-That
Ihmm, %orts. l thirt\ w th.' :i ' re
and ti;hIeir h t ' ro..te1.. thu t nt iii1 ta
and q 'rh ynr~l :ire ic\nrth '. aite. I'm
else. tinilrt t'V'y 'climit1 i~ ilmtt'i.cgtt·tI It
them. Slt itlt's fort Pitt' I:Ithy r(n can
diet antil 1failers for ri' Vl- nu fOllow,
the latter now often bought at ."rthe w
A lovely dance or dinner frock oft
taffeta. as pictured here, has a low
bodice with narrow straps of the sill
over the shoulders, and over this a
pretty fichu of fine net to mantch, edged
with shirred taffeta strips frayed along
the edges. The girdle, which is point
ed at the froot, recalls the old-tim.n
pointed bodice that seems to belong
the full skirt.. The chu is knotted
the front aa4 ashort ends hang
: below the
em rat the hbps
with a wire, athel a three rows
of the frlnged siLps net about It hers
to emphasize its fllness Wide seal
lops at the bottom reveal a narrow
lwtticoat underneath, that is flnisbed
with the fringed strips also, and this
skirt, like many others. is noticeably
longer than skirts have been for some
time. There ame several signs besides
this one of a reaction from extremes
in styles that may be looked for in
the '.oming spritg.
liners. There is a widening apprecin
lion ,of winter houquets. made of the
therrieas. seed pods, straw flowers ano
gr:ases. that nature herself Irovides
Many flowerllke ornaments are made
of pine, cones, cut and painted an,:
toglcehle.l Iup with gilding, that are new
and lovely. Many artificial flowers
w" ith 7intlilln. irtnf and nastllrtlmrln
the favorite., are dipped in clear shtel
ta' \hich is allowed to drain off while
it drie-s fi them and leaves them with
Sulrfalce like glams or pornelain.
Lamp stands are made .f Ipul.
',pe . and the shads of crepe Ipaper. A
it:,le fthat has so much the appear
:i.e of silk that it deceives thee eye is
hown in the pietUre. It is made over
wire frame, just as a :ilk sh:e4te
,l;dIe ihe, with roe-colornel paper tie
.. n-nrh and light-blue ove-r it. 'The
S..I tr'neis in maPe-color, the p:l'er
S\ere fie crepe and in hPen:ltiful
t b-. I. ice
-pa w~r -Ar wua
-,, I i ofi thell I 1 .1 l . .[l- \."11 M1*...\
f , 11 t et I.\ rlltu lld r l l3 relpil Iatiol,
'li- h i .'tý that w'\.e liheard tIhut
Ihe. ," :lti I tEidi , "thait y iu reailly
Lac,- gl'ir. t arge u" rqu intani e a ini lg
"lY.- ..ld Nick, "we kinoiw lits of
kiol- i.f re al ull i te a lit l llf itl
', u l iut Si"le oif oiur old friends.
I I, f:L I wieren't netw aiolt thliriia, but
t \ i<ey \.r. nft- to U tS.
"Ah. Ih l I olll i to hear a l.' ut l ill of
tlh , r't.:i!l' r . of the nI ih iulll in IIrd
nll If-\1 f t in li' t worl.ll " hie it ied.
\l11 l - it, 44 -torilk-. " fntid Natyit . V,"I
ithi, k ,t~"1 ir.. A tll so ll ny f ilmy
frl i fl \ lh .ll el t hin, , hillut l
r i t I llh II dI hiltye, lit , r I I tn!
I, i., h llear ll tin l , of t. ri - t l nit
e.ftp ll\ 111. il \bt ilte e\ " ll. l, l u i1f
iti , i i\,rti I, u .h ite . w h ,r.al. " tif)
i I , u. - ' IIE E t o r I th L t iEht
JE .u fit itl - , l t li uth l l Et hi ll f tt
\ h VI. " ut ; lie Ir adItu , "o I iu i g i ,itl
Iotih IE, l kilhi' , for te i tr kael
Eit %llit dh f t r\.s of S o nili N htiff.',wedt
l'rvetEE I n. "Iu while 'e o ' ro l Ie I. 'rill
alt tl in oulll tr of the z oeg ltut :llt
mall 'a.di've wanted to tell .iu <ulle
lof their stories I hlv heard hat thil
Tegusl family wish you to knl\ of
their qua lrrelh, and of their heIrti
qurrel they hald yesterdally."
"I teddy, dear," said Nancy. "wle'd
love toll hear labout thelmn, only we n't
at all know who the Tegus famnily are
What Is This?
or what they are, or whether they
have two legs or four, or wings or fins
or what !"
"ITm sure I never heard of theth."
"They thought perhaps you never
had and so they wanted to be sure to
ntroduce themselves to you.
"They are lizards, very large llzards.
They grow as long as children grow
tall, that is. before children become
grown-up or full-grown boys and girls.
"They are very strong and they
come from the tropical districts of
"They can hurry along very quickly
apld they aire most powerful as well as
11otst quick !
"Tlhey are great eate'rs, tolo, and they
love rilw meat. They will eat ggs.
tolo. anld they ubrcnk the sheillt at one
ttdl i(Il then drink upl lthe rest olf the
egg. reailchhing out their wide. fork
,halfilt(ed tonglues for It.
"\Veil, as I salid, they wanllted youli to
healr ih f tIonE ti th "ir lEt, qIllirrelI
which they yintd yesterday. Thliy are
so qliTuarrestilne Iithi ttlly hig Iizatrds
r1i11 hie kEtlt \with tlltlri, for thEv \wouhld
hulrt smtllEiIr liiz-urtl' hu titt1it ite ' werel
lhalviLt 1onet lf t htir EllilErrlls.
"Thty. elnjoy qlllrrclliig il filid It
abollt las ris to d l1,s tnythinll they
have evewr fritd in their IlIves to ido.
"'iWe'rE' grEat old lizartlds t qlll:trrel.'
they lild. 'and of a nice l-fterloon
what coulld he nicer than a gool quar
"'Nothing coultl hIE ulcer.' the others
anld, alld so, they :ll set to quarrellng,
that is. after anotlier moment or two.
"Of colirse' they couldn't quarrel in
this wi.y. T'hey coulldn't all agree
about the qliarrel! In order to have
a nl-e qluarrel they had to dlsagree.
"And they did!
"Mrs. Tellts said:
"'What Is this I hear about a quar
rel? ('Can't a body have a little nap of
an afternoon quletly witholt everyone
around making a fusns?'
"(f coulrse she was f:lger for a
quarrel, hut it had to be a good qluar
retl and hy being qtaarrelsome with the
others shie helped to make a really
"'You're. too lazy.' one of the others
" 'lIri not.' ~hIe answered.
"Atd so they went on. all h,.glnnlng
to say thliilLn to :lach othe.r :llid to
quairrt l,,r ill thEy a-rE- u ,rth. for
then they felt ~Ii plrfc.'tty "t hote
and r:Ilfr "
th ? , r l'r,', f..l !t - tir
d liirtt '" li lt I " f I I -rl ,
-Jfa', • a ir - ifl l i '" u I ' I i f ". I V
wattt urtll i I htew thii yem trni, I will
go with you any whern 'j Eurpe to
look for your eyes, taid Hughes."
Calomel b a dangerous drug. it Is
nmw.rcury-ýjllskirrcksivcr-. .i:tacks your
tunus. Take a d1 se o finstyv Ji~rnei to
Jiay and you s ill feel ix cdkt, SIk and rnau
seated tcniiurrow. ~ui't luse a Jay's
Take "Dodson's Liver Tone" Instead!
' I io l- . , i. r :t .. i 1 'i h. '.; , I'.rf t t . ý
Are Spohn's Distemper Compound
iM th"" ·In ndl xl,* llrruhl e r, nl..1Iv t", . ,. . , ,' .:o'
('Us T Aft 11"" ir:ii ¾ I hA'fr I' Iir 1.111. l i M I:. It. F, " . .
amt cur-, for 1x''I I 'xxxi. PINK Elx.. Ii' biNI I~x I Fit V AIY.l
gO anl ('OI.D tt for mor."l thou twenty-.1r r l r,·ll t "t:l"'tt
uto to Its Inglis ao n Iu.".ltcln .". It is Fn.I.w. y:: 1.0'lt+
m."n and Ilvr trtock torn In1 ArmorL K Iiri · )-j:r drullbt.
SOH 60 Sonts nD ist1.e0 mper Cmpound
POr N)IMEDIAIL. lIN., Eiokrh. Ik t 1'. I A.
An Onerous Job.
"Wh y doesr't your IhusIand take a
'lay off 1014 1 iI1' Id thleIn?"
"114- workIl In thle wmth'r bureau.
i'rnPIhJ e'UI't do uithoiit %ionther."
I1h a % a Ic hflt till ten niee
"California Syrup of Figs"
Delicious Laxative for Child's Liver and Bowels
Hurry mother! A teaspoonful of
"California" Syrup of Figs today
may prevent a sick child tomorrow.
If your child is constipated, bilious,
feverish, fretful, has cold, colic, or if
stomach is sour, tongue coated, breath
bea, remember a good "physio-laxa
"We can have an opl,' fires iu our
Cuticura Soap for the Complexion.
Nothing better than Cuticura Soap
dally and Ointment now and then as
needed to make the complexloa elear,
scitp clean mad hbeds satt eald w
Add to this the fasieatlg, fragrant
Cotlcura Talcum and you have the
Cutieura Toilet Trlo.-Adv.
Listen to the pastor's sermon on
Sunday and preach one to yourself
It makes a difference whether pee
ile say things or do them.
Better kiss the girl before you pro
pose--she may refuse you.
It~s.y ieople like to dabble in com
ipulsory moral reforms.
Dolls, Toys and Holiday Goods
We Have a Great Stock of Toys and Can Ship Promptly
Boy's Wagons of all kinds Automobiles
Velocipedes and other Steel Goods
Toy Furniture Dolls of all kinds
Horns, Pianos, Pistols Iron arnd Tin Toys
Friction and Mechanical Toys Books and Stationery
Cut Glass and China Goods of all sorts
Come in and See the Line, or Have Our Salesman Call
We Will Gladly Make Up An Assortment for You
JNO. McCLELLAN & CO.
Walnut and Conti :: Houston, Texas
Goodrich Tires At 45% Off
One first grade tube free siss our Prieo
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Cash Buyers EGGS-TURKEYS-POULTRY
W H ARK II l ,B1 11 ABI-.iAII *I1. L
JONES-BREWSTER CO., Houston, Tex.
On the Other Hand!
`llith-"Wha\\'llt ', 'i:.;Li' by A left
lriuttlel rco llhfnll" tt 'l .ii thFi " 1 t10
flail t right (4 titrth- ig/atln.
Usage of Language.
411 ." . .t w oi l.. . il. ' I .ul si III«
tive" is often all that is necessary.
Children love the "fruity" taste of
genuine "California" Syrup of Figs
which has directions for babies and
children printed on the bottle. Say
"California' or you may get an imi
tation syruap. Bewarel
Known to Fame.
"Speaking of fame," said the Oh
server of Events and Things, "I be
lieve It was Cinderella who first put her
foot in It."-Yonkers Statesman.
SKIN ERUPTIONS ON THE FACE
are unsightly and mar the appearance
at mar a woraes whose Laoes wI -
be otherwise attractive. There is so
need for this. Just get s box of Tet
terlne and use It regularly and you will
be surprised bow quickly pimples.
blotches, Itchy patches, etc., disappear
and how soft and clear the skin be
comes. Nothing better for eczema and
other skin troubles than Tetterine.
Sold by druggists or mailed for 00e. by
Shuptrlne Co.. Savannah, Ga.-Adv.
It's often au well to know how to
hold your pen as your tongue.
SynlilIthy almounllits to little If its
objlect l'n't mndie Hwarte of It.