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Lydia E. Pnkhams Vegeta.
ble Compound Helped Her.
West Danby, N. Y.-"I have had
nervous trouble all my life until I took
Lydia E. Pinkham'E
pound for nerves
and for female trou
bles and it straight
ened me out in good
shape. Iwork nearly
all the time, as we
live on a farm and I
have four girls. I do
all my sewing and
other work with
their help, so it
shows that I stand it real well.' I took
the Compound when my ten year old
daughter came and it helped me a lot.
I have also had my oldest girl take it
and it did her lots of good. I keep it in
the house all the time and recommend
it."-Mrs. DEWrrr SINCEBAUGH, West
Danby, N. Y.
Sleeplessness, nervousness, irritabil
ity, backache, headaches, dragging sen.
cations, all point to female derange
ments which may be overcome by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
This famous remedy, the medicinal
ingredients of which are derived from
native roots and herbs, has for forty
years proved to be amost valuable tonic
and invigorator of the female organism.
Women everywhere bear willing testi
mony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"Iaunt's Caure" is guaranteed to
Stop and permanently cure that
terrible itching. It is com
pounded for that purpose and
your money will be promptly
refunded without question
if Hunt's Cure fails to cure
Itch. Bzema,Tetter Ring Worm
or any outerýln hO ea? a woe
For sale by all drug stores
or by mall from the
A. B. Richards Medicine Co., Sherman, Tex.
.. HAIR BALSAM
f tollet preparation of merit
Ilp to radicatedeadrft,
Fr Resteras Coler and
aut toGray or Faded Hair
0. and 0Sat Drggilta.
Went With the Load.
An Irishman, having arrived in New
York a few (lays ago, got employment
with a lumber merchant. Later he was
ordered to take a load of lumber some
distance away. Having gone half his
journey, he camne to a steep hill, and
while the horses were struggling to
get to the top his boss happened to
meet him, and seeing the horses in
such a difficulty, and Pat standing on
top of the load, he stopped him and
"Do you think the horses haven't got
enough to do without hauling you up
Pat, fixing himself more comfortably
on top of the load, said:
"Is that what you stopped me for?"
Then, with a crack of his whip, Pat
"Gee up, it's a poor ship that can't
carry the captain."
Affected His Speech.
"My father wants a bottle of red
dick," said Fanny.
"Reddick," said the drug store man,
"what is that?"
"It is something you write red
"Then I guess you mean red ink."
"My father said reddick, but he
didn't get much sleep last night and
talks kind of thick this morning, and
that may be the reason."
For a man to make a woman happy
during courtship is much easier than it
is for him to make good after mar
embodies the full, rich
nutriment of whole wheat
combined with malted
barley. This combination
gives it a distinctive, de
licious flavor unknown to
foods made from wheat
Only selected grain is
used in making Grape
Nuts and through skillful
processing it comes from
the package fresh, crisp,
untouched by hand, and
ready to eat.
Through long baking,
the energy producing
starches of the grain are
made wonderfully easy
A daily ration of this
splendid food yields a
marvelousreturn of health
"There's a Reason"
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
In Woman's Realm
As an Addition to the Summer Wardrobe, There Is Nothing Better
Than a Frock of White Georgette-Design Shown Is Pretty
and Easy to Make-Some Little Accessories That
Give Appearance of Coolness.
Frocks of white georgette continue
to delight those who find it necessary
to supplement the summer wardrobe
with an extra dress or so. Wnomen
who are diacriminating find in the re
finement of this sheer, soft fabric, in
white espectally, a charm that is not
to be resisted. The (lesigner of the
pretty model shown had midsummer
days in mind and trimmed it with the
coolest-looking of all color colubina
tions. It is banded with green and
white striped satin, and the green is
In a vivid and brilliant shade.
The skirt is plain, gathered in at
the waist line and straight lI:nuIing.
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OF WITF.GFOGF, TR CEPE
A wide border of the striped satin tin
ishes the bottom, and narrow bands of
it are placed above the border. They
are all cut on the bias of the goods
and finished with tiny machine-stitch
ed hems. Besides their decorative
value these hands give to the
skirt the required hare at the bottom.
The bodice is plain and full, fin
ished with a cape collar opening in a
V at the front. The sleeves are full
and long, with shaped, flaring cuffs
that extend over the hands. They are
joined to the sleeves with narrow
bands of satin. The bodice and skirt
are in one piece and joined by a
wide girdle of the striped satin.
A slip of white taffeta is worn un
der this frock, and the cool sheen of
the silk is one of the charms of the
In spite of its airy texture georgette
proves to be a durable material. A
little gown of it like that shown here
IN THSE, EARERLOOK COO
may be made successfully even by the
amateur in dressmaking.
Filmy, fresh and cool-looking clothes
make the woman who wears them a
joy to look upon in the hot days of
midsummer. When she provokes peo
ple to say: "1 wish I felt as cool as
you look," it is assurance that she
has achieved the best results in her
summer apparel. Summer blouses and
summer neckwear are among her first
aids In accomplishing results that
make her a refreshing presence.
In vain the thermometer climbs, ii
the presence of crisp, unwiltable or
gandle, or limp and filmy crepe, that
Is as cool looking as a mist. There.
fore, the charm of the summer frock
depends upon its collar and cufs, and
that of the summer street suit, upon
its blouse, bhenause these may be made
of the sheerest and softest materials,
mere clouds above the world of fab
After a glance through the assort,
ine.nts of blouses anfd ne'kwear, oirgan
(lie, cre.tpeI georgette and crepe die
chino nare firmly impressed upon the
mindi in materials. lletistitching. eye
let work antd emlbroidery and it fash
ion for contr:lsting colors in triunlings
havet developed into the strongest fea
tures in the dteoration of sunmmer
bloluses landl neckwear. There is no
Imore' to Ie said, for the pretty story
of thlese summer styles is finished.
A cape-collar and two collars with
jabots are pictured here. The cape
collar Is of white organdle with scal
loped and embroidered edge and a
hand of hemstitching. Between the
hemstitching and the edge there are
little wreaths of embroidered blos
soms centered with eyelet work.
The collars with jabots are made of
white crepe de chine, finished with pi
cot edges and hemstitching. In one
of them large embroidered dots are
done in color, Copenhagen blue and
light green being among the favorites.
This collar opens in a long point at the
front, and the jabot is gathered to a
hand. The other collar is an effective
pattern for either oxgandle or crepe.
The frills are plaited and finished
with picot-edge. The V opening at the
throat is short and the jabot fastens
with small, oblong, pearl buttons, down
Neckwear such as this provides one
of the means for looking cool in torrid
weather. A good supply of it will help
out the tourist, and much of it is only
a matter of pretty frills.
Rinse the Hair Well,
It is almost better not to wash the
hair at all than to leave soap in it.
There is no better proof that the oil
has not been thoroughly washed than
to have the soap stick tenaciously
when we try to rinse it out. It is held
by the oil and will not come out until
more soap has been put on and then
rinsed until the water runs dear.
Men Tour hack aches, and y.ur blad
der and kiieyý st et~ t,, ,e ,1 o jrIr d, re
member it is needlehss to suTffer --go t, your
nearest drug: ae re and get a botit, of D)r.
Kilmer's warRoot. It is a Ihliy,cian's
prescriptin fur diseases of the kidneys
It has EWood the test of years an, has
a reputation for quickly and effectively
giving results in thousands of cases.
This prescripti,n was ueed1 by Dr. Kil
mer in his private practice and was so
very effective that it has been placed on
sale everywh.ere. (;et a lttle, 50c and
$1.00, at your nearest druggist.
However, if y.u wish tir t to test this
great preparation sen, ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & ('o., ;ingharnto, N. Y.. for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper.-Ad,.
An amu iln incileit i, old which
took place in one of the occuplied dis
tricts of Hlgiuln wihere lthe I;rnimn
occupier doles ot potIat os to sulch
of the starving pople as agree to work
for him. ()h. recipient lresented hii-i
self before the (;Grrmn autlhorirtis and
declared hliiself quitie ready in return
for a supptlly of l)tatoes to work for
the Germans and only for themn,. 1i e
seemed quite decided and genuine in
his offer to work.
"Then youl are quite willing to sign
the declaration?" uskeod the Ihcr'wni
"Yes, Quite willing."
"And what is your trade?"
"I am a: grave digger." replied the
Belgian stolidily.--London Ev]eryman.
Magic Washing Stick
This is something new to housewives
somethlng they have wanted all their lives,
but never could get before. It makes it pos
sible to do the heaviest, hardest washing in
less than one-half the time it took by old
methods, and it eliminates all rubblng and mus.
enlar effort. No washing machine is needed.
Nothing but this simple little preparation,
which is absolutely lharlets is fle flnest fabrics
white, eolored or woolen. It makes the
hardest task of the week a pleasant pastime-
a delightful occupation. You will be de
lighted at the clean, spotless, snow-white
clothes that come out of the risng water;
and all without any effort on your part. The
Magice Washing 8tlck does It all--and remember,
without injury to the most delicate goods,
colored or white, woolens, blankets, lace cur
tains, etc. Contains no acids, no alkalies, no
poisonous Ingredienta to make its use dan*
gerous. II ashbsg 25 cents.
Bold by all Druggists and Grocers every
where. If yours doesn't handle it, show him
this ad-he'll get it for you. Or send I25 in
stamps to AL RIClHARDS CO., Ihornu, Tsss.
F-lUU TTi*AMELL 630. CO., Little Rock, Askasas-Adw.
"Father, what is a baker's dozen?"
"One more tha na dozen, thirteen,
you know; but why do you want to
"Mr. Moore asked me whose little
boy I was, and his wife said, 'Don't
y am '? That is one of the Brown
children.' And Mr. Moore said, 'Yes,
I remember; they have a baker's
dozen.' Now what have we got thirteen
of, ppa? We have only five children,
and counting you and mamma seven,
and that does not make thirteen."
Drawing the Line.
"Do you encourage your wife to dis
cua current politics?"
"Yes; all except the campaign epi
thels that now and then loom up in
Spautan Women Suffered Untold Tortures
but who wants to be a Spartan? Take
"Femenina" for all female disorders.
Price 50c and $1.00.-Adv.
Women with natural curls are apt to
have a few kinks in their dispositions.
Most particular women use Red Crop
Ball Blue. American made. Sure to please
At all good grocers. Adv.
A great author never uses words
that are larger than his ideas.
Children Cry For
s-g What is CASTORIA
R Hess a nd k w
* D Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pars,
aoNC'. gorne, Drops and ~aoothin Syrups. It is pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other 1arout
.- substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years ~ t
has been in constant use for the relief of Cont
Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles rao
Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,
assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural aleep,
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Piead.
Va U GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
- Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
Tie Kind You Have Always Bought
b.~. Cofpyo WmRe YTU@ oSrnAUR oSMPANY. N·W voK o*.
It wasn behitIl the S'enes of a barn
storming ht,:tatri'a.l 'tnupuny.
"Ma'leith i 'arlow Is tilnid tabhut
aliplirin;g ioight," s1idh] one of the
"flo4w foolish." relili.Iu anotther. "l1e
'Iiuhiln't Ihaiv stage fright. Why, he's
vell ln the Ihorn'ds for years.'
"Tr." 'rpli4dl the firsut speaker,
"but this i. the first time lihe wias ever
billed for twol nights in olne townVi."
Extension of Governmental Activities.
Knickker--F,'ishin rg by lare'l lpst ?
11o('klr- -Yes, I matiled it hook to a
THIS IS THE AGE OF YOUTH.
You will look ten years younger if you
darken your ugly, grizzly, gray hairs by
using "La Creole" Hair Dressing.-Adv.
"Dn y u h~elivt' in unto-hYipnoltiism?"
"Ju l y4u try to) hypnjotize one."
SAVE A DOCTOR'S BILL
by keeping Mississippi l)iarrhoea Cor
dial handy for all stomach complaints.
Price 25c and 50c.-Adv.
Do all 1ltheI worl you cian; there 1 are
lots of Inzvy 111n 'wh will do the rest.
vr.;ti$C6o ca Codwl -
Which is the Cheapest?
First cost is not the only cost of the ordinary farm wagon. Cost
of repairs, delays, breakdowns, etc., must be considered. Figure
it out for yourself. Thousands of wagon buyers have figured it
out and found that
Are Cheapest in the Long Run
Because they last a life .time and run lighter than ordinary
wagons. They are hand made of the best materials to be had
and the tires never come loose.
Ask year dealer to show you one and let us send you
our Free Book. Address:
GALEHOOPER CO. MEMPHIS, TENN.
PETER SCHUTTLER CO. CHICAGO, ILL.
He Threw Calomel Away
Wm. 8. Prince Birmihahm A. ..writes-"l was suffering wth iieston bilousness
and kidnetrouble. Itried calomelandthedoctors, for aboutamonth. FinallyItred
Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup
andthefrst bottlerelieved me e"much. Iam sound rad we, earneat santhfga." Thoeu
ands of others suffering from liver, kidney, stomach and bowel trouble have been quickly re.
lieved by this wonderful remedy which builds up the entire atem. Bold at all drussista, s
and $1 er tbottle. Madeby TACHER MEDICINE COMPANY, Chatta.eega, Tem
No bother to
these on hand
9 ISausage and
Just open and serve.
Excellent for sandwiches,
Insst on Lt~iy's at
Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago
1111. N. U., LITTLE ROCK, NO. 31-1916.
W. N. U., LITTLE ROCK, NO. 31-1916.