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THE l OUSEHOLD WONDER
ntatrts no acid -- Non-POisonous. Can be used in
washi ng autblles and other vehiclsu, bath tuba.
IT IE310 fSgrase il, inks, palnt and Varnish
s!ains, etc., either on hands or fabric of any kind;
also gloves, etc. GIVE IT A TRIAL-Once
tried, always used. (n weighs 1% lb. Price 3.
Ynd 6a for ostage. Ageents Wanted. Write
fr partiulars. ARABIAN PO()I)UCTS (.,
V'ost Office Boz 274, LITTLE ROCKK, ARK.
WHO IS Women as well a
men are made miser
TO able by kidney and
bladder trouble. Thou
BLAM E sands recommend e )r.
Root the great kidney remedy. At drug
gists in fifty-cent and dollar sizes. You
nay receive a sample size bottle by Par
cel Post, also pamphlet telling about it.
-Address Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton,
N. Y., and enclose ten cents, also mention
W. N. U., LITTLE ROCK, NO. 32-1916.
"Ille kis.td nii, and lr,4iseil4d lnot to
"It vwasn't two nlinut.es 1eforte he
rt 'lxat'led it1"
IMITATION IS SINCEREST FLATTERY
but like counterfeit money the imita
tion has not the worth of the original.
Insist on "La Creole" Hair Dressing
it's the original. Darkens your hair in
the natural way, but contains no dye.
Reason for Growling.
Itivel's had .jtit --lt Mihte,. antl wa'il
unilhillg o\ or the thiu.gs in the dark
"Wh'Iat rt'e you gr'olig a:lbout,
'at'l''" t'alh'l out Mr's. l1iv'ers from the
regulate the liver. Mothers are con
our "Plantation" Chill and Fever Ton
ic. Pleasant to take-contains no Cal
omel. Price 50c.-Adv.
He Meant Well, hut
I ºistinglishtat'd i lt --of-'I'T ,\-n ;uet'-t
(lspeaking at lianqu't ) --P'otr laultiful
little city aIip!'als to ilt'. As we (aine
In on the traii I rilla'rkt'tl to lmiy wife:
"A!1, lly ie'l': you ual, I ought to he
living oil llte top of (tilt. of thlope n1oe
''tlsilltl "ster (in hola'ise whi.sper)
4;o asy, we\\'ve got outly two lfills in
to\lll. The uilsalie aIsylulril is oiln t(0',
a;nil !Ihle stewage o'rk.s oU the othe'r.
"Dear Ma.el. Budo you love me?"
"(L,, (;Gorge T'
."I)on't you, Mabiel' .Just a tint 'lit
tlt IIit ?"
"\V-e-1-l, y-e-S. George."
"Anlti voul1 y(our iilother keejp awu'y
from us, except when I intvited lier''
"S'he would, .;tt'Ior.."
"And your brothetlrs rlll. sis'te'R,,
"Why. certainly, ( ;eorge."
"And, of course, the (ill gent \Mwf0n
nettle hmy debtsx"
"( If t('(turse~t, Gtet'rge."
"Darling, will you marry ne?"
"No, ( h'or'ge !'
Simplicity of the Fathers.
Mrs. E1'\rett 1. Itaynor of ewt
York, prt'sidet'lt getner'al of the '1)aut h
ter': of the Rlevolutini., saidit 11 I lrtnch
"'hel're ire at:4iy aneedoties in i'l
lutit':tiou of the s'imple living of the
"(Ile of our <11n1try't; tre-ILevotlU
tionua'y fathers thad n''elsion to mclilI
oni thlie governor of 'is ltrovi'nie, tand
wais ilivitt'dl to stay to ITnT-hweonu.
"Luncheon began. oi a liveriei
.rv'ant .,mov,,d busily alout, seri'.l
tIli wine, c'arving the fcw'l, .and wo
"The guest wlitehel ilthe servantt for
-solam lilinutes, and tlh( t.aid to 'hizi
*"' What are you dance, tdance, .4"ae
.i: about the rooma for, iran :Cntt
ilyou pull up a chair and sit dBwn?
-$.trely there's enough for the three of
Tea and Coffee
These beverages contain
dnag elements that hinder
development of both body
and mind, especially in
Nowadays, for their chil
dren, wise parents choose
This delicious table bev
erage, made of cereals, has
a wonderfully satisfying
flavor-a flavor much like
the higher grades of coffee
(but without any of cof
fee's harm.) Postum is a
true, pure food-drink that
has helped thousands to
forget the coffee habit.
"There's a Reason"
.. A _A11jf
"The(,y were to operate on nme for :q
"Why di(dn't they?"
"At that most iinloportune time I
fliled in bu)siness."
Where He Went Lame.
'The prtf(ssIor w,sl' a Wiel gl I,
ittut to save hi soul
W'en he ate a doughnut. why
lie couldn't save the hole.
He Had Been Stung.
"The c(l way to cure yourself of alt
attack -of love,'' said the married mait,
.'is to run :aw:tay."
"Why didn't you do that whelin you
were ('courting the girl you iaut rriet d:"
asked th' old baehtelor.
"I did," replied the other, "hut 1
made the mistake of taking the girl
Change in Style.
Mrs. F''latbush--How do you like my
Mr. Flatbusht-Wihy, is tha:t a new
"Certainly it is."
"Looks like same material as your
"Oh, it's the same material, but it's
four inches shorter!"
Redd--hiaving spent about five
hundred thousand d(ollars for road ian
provement and equipment a Swiss
company will carry passengers over
the Alps in electric automobiles.
Greene-Some disheartening. I
should say, to see those taxi-letet'rs
climb up there.
"I don't suppose the submarine will
.ever become popular with the authors
of 'best sellers.'"
"Hardly. You see, for obvious ren
-sons, the opportunities for lovemntak
ing on the deck of a submarine are
A Customer Lost.
"But, madanl n, your account is al
"Can't you let me have the money,
"I'm afraid not."
"1 once deposited flfty dollars in this
,old bank. I'll never :patronize it.again."
Bil-A shirt with asn adjustable col
tar band has been itnvented.
JTill-More trouble. Here's :n chance
not only to lose yVour collar button but
your shirthund with it.
"This lady lecturer's subject is very
"Ah, but just li~ten to her liquid
"There is no place like home."
"But it takes the rent to make you
Sense and Sound.
In empty sound we still rejoice
With feelings strangely proud,
The man who has tke biggest voice
Can reach the largest crowd.
"My dear, do you west to go to the
"No. I've got enough of the movies.
rve been watching two fandJles go out
of the block this morning and three
coming into ILt"
Just Like a Woman.
Parker - Speaking of secretive
people, your friend Hazel is certainly
Almie---What's the explanatlon?
Parker-She mailed a souvenlr post
card this morning marked "Personal."''
WRACKING AN ARTIST'S SOUL.
"I mubrstoul tllhe Iloted pianist yOU
e(aI:Ig.d t play at your reception left
y'or," hlots,' in a. hll '."
''" he dil," replied JMr. DuIhwaiite.
"I ,'A I't imiiit'ine 'what %'vas the Iwatter
with tie' ftllhw."
"I'e'rhl;ps ihe was ofl'etnlded in soiue
i"No nsl'l While he was resting
fromt his l:taors. at the piano I thought
it it ,ool idel to entertain the gi uestB
«\ill a fe«w a guite selecti'ons on the
ShInora':rhil. I had lartdly sturted the
tir't o t,'\ when he ripl 'edti out s ite sort
ofl' foeiIi tia th. clhilpped his hands to
his 'ars and lied."
"I n'iotied you didn't aplnlaud when
tihe .\uIritlan lag wavs tii'owVI on the
'"Tha \\Was not, due to a lack of pa
"I've heard so miuch lately about
'Old l r;lly' Iteing trailed in the dust
thalt I was simply dtitnfotilnded to se
1v,; freish and vlani it looked."
Willis- The niew cook is a jewel,
lMrs. \\'illis--Yes, bilt I'in afraid that
I muniii tlislt large her.
W\Villis- -What's the matter?
Mrsn. \Villi<--in suspicious of hIr.
I went to the li:irary this afternoon
and spltli three hours in the referenice
r'lo(l and cou'ldl't thind aily of iers.
.1 ult:d e.
"Fnlas the doctor a large practicee
"So Ia:rge that when people have
aothing the matter with them he tells
lie doesn't care if they raise the fare,
He'll be happy anyway
If they'll just increase his mileage
Which the people pay.
"The new fellow in the bookkeep
ing department is quite an amateur
"Don't believe it. Why, he can't
even balance an account."
"There iis certaiuly one addition they
ought to have to the weathler of
"A ·learing house."
Sense of Humor.
"You seldonm laugh. You have no
sense of humor."
"I have a sufficient sense of humor,"
said Miss Cayenne, "to recognize
wvhen it is time not to laugh."
"Whlat's that thing. doe?"
"Tlhat's a medicline ball I brought
"Then lI'm afraid there is no hope
"I never can swallow that."-Youngs
"Smytlhe is a live wire."
"lie touched nme this morning for
"With what result?"
"I was shocked."
"I suppose this suburban villa be
longs to a banker."
"Hovw did you know that?"
"I notice all the vines In It are
Mrs. Bacon-King Solomon must
have beeh some story-teller, don't you
Mir. Bacon-Why so?
"Look at all the wives he had!
"My speech is going to set a lot of
people thinking," remarked the orator.
"Yes." rejoined Senator Sorghum;
Ubut are they going to think the way
you are trying to make them think
they ought to think."
Customa--But isn't two dollars an
awful price for a chleken?
Dealer-Not for a suburban chicken,
sir. Why, everyone of these fowla
was raised on flower seeds that cost
ffty cents per package.
STOP CALOMEL! TAKE
00D0S 'S LIVER TONE
New Discovery! Takes Place of Dangerous Calomel-It Puts Your Liver To
Work Without Making You Sick-Eat Anything--t Can Not
Salivate-Don't Lose a Day's Work!
1 discovered a vegetable compound that does
the work of dangerous, sickening calimel and I
want every reader of this pal.r to try a bottle
and if it doesn't straighten you up better and
quicker than salivating calomel just go back to
the store and get your money.
I guarantee that one spoonful of Dodson's
Liver Tone will put your sluggish liver to work
and clean your thirty feet of bcwels: of the sour
bile and constipatioal poison which is cloggin~g
your system and making you feel mi.;erahle.
I guarantee that one spoonful of this harmless
liquid liver medicine will relieve the headache, bil
iousness, coated tongue, ague, malaria, sour stom
ach or any other distress caused by a torpid liver
as quickly as a dose of vile, nauseating calmel,.
besides it will not make you sick or keep you from
a day's work. I want to see a bottle of this wn,
deriul liver medicine in every holne here.
Calomel is jlison-it's mercury-it attacks the
bones, often causing rheumatism.n Calomel i.; dan
gerous. It sickens-while my Dodson's Liver
'I'one is safe, pleasant andl harmless. Eat any
thing afterwards, because it can not salivate. (;ive
it to the children because it doesn't upset the st,,i
ach or shock the liver. Take a spooniul t,,niigh
and wake up feeling fine and ready for : full
Get a bottle! Try it! If it dsc-n't do exactlyv
what I say, tell your dealer to 1hand v,,ur imn,ecv
back. Every druggist and st, re keeler l:here knIv,;
me and knoiws of myV wonderful ,ibcoverv (f a
vegetable medicine that takes the place of danger
`'B links tl( tn'I l in. totl ha;ve mlutl'h
snap in hi ally mitorl,."
"No; he uste.ld |to ]lav so much'l <l|;l|l
in hull that lnow\ hie's rokte."
A HINT TO WISE WOMEN.
Don't suffer torture when all female
troubles will vanish in thin air after Using
"Femeniaa." Price 5oc and .r.oo.-Adv.
Not a True Idealist.
"I always knew that Binks \\was lack
ing In true poetical Idealism." said
the irate leader of one of the elaIIs.
"Just before the last election lie made
overtures to lke0 for the piurchase of 5t)
"Well," said the sophisticated friend,
"that didn't offenud you, did it?"
"Of course not; but when I mutoth
the trade and deliv\ered the goods the
conscienceless dog refus.ed to paiy.
ITCHING, BURNING SCALPS
Crusted With Dandruff Yield Readily
to Cuticura. Trial Free.
Cutleura So:p to cleanse the scalp of
dandruff crustings and scalings,. and
Cutlcura Ointment to soothe and heal
Itchings and irritations. Nothing bet
ter, surer or more ecnonii":ul t:han
these super-creamy enmollients for hair
and scalp troubles of young or old.
SFree smaple each by mail with Book.
Address postcard. ('uticura, I Dept. L,
Aihstoi. Sold everywhere.-Adv.
"You don't mean to say the sheriff
has done arrested the iboys that maitde
up that lynchin' palyry:"
"He sho' did."
"Nume o' goodness \VlWhat for'"
"Sheriff says he 'lows the law's got
to be respected IUo' round here, an'
thleti boys used a tree in thet' cotehouse
grounds all' traulmped all over the lawn
right where ilhore was a plain sign
sayln' 'Keep Off the (rass.' "--Town
COULD NOT SPEAK
TO HER CHILDREN
"4 have been a great sufferer from
asthma since I was thirteen years old,"
says Mrs. M. A. Mooney, 79 Carroll St..
Nashville, Tenn. "Have been so bad many
'times that I could not speak to my chil
dren nor make my wants known to them.
I have taken three small bottles of Lung
Vita, which has entirely cured my
asthma." Mrs. Ruble Clark, 315 Oriole
St., Nashville, Tenn.. writes: "After hav
ing three doctors to tell me I had tuber
culosis, I can gladly say that Lung-Vita
These testimonials are taken from the
many we have on hand telling what Lung
Vita has done in cases of consumption .
asthma, colds, croup, whooping cough an"
grippe. If your dealer cannot supply you,
order direct. Price 141.75. Booklet upon
request. Nashville Medicine Co., Rcom 8
Steger Building, Nashville, Tenn. Adv.
Mayo'r Johin I'urroy Mitchel said at
a dlinnier in New York:
"The mlltories of ('campi life nare a
very pleasanilt thi!I: to any soldier.
EIven the little vivacities of camp life
seeni in the retri'olspect plteasant
"Thus 1 often laugh about a hanker
who was I:eing drilled ione day at
Plattsburg by a broker-sergeant.
"'What'll youll giv' lne,' said the
hroker-seitgeant, mi old Yale end. 'If
I take that hunmp off your iback?'
"'I'll give Vyoul,' the balnker anl
sweredl, wit n Itart laugh. 'somethilng
to Inmake your hair grow. surge.'"
Prepare for next washday by taking
bome Red Cross Ball Blue. Ask any
good grocer. Red Cross Ball Blue im
parts a clear white; makes you smile
when you see the basket of beautiful,
snowy white clothes. Red Cross, the
blue that's true blue.-Adv.
A WOtillit tell't throw -a stone, but
did you ever see one who couldn't
You Iiay Ihlave a way of your own,
but youl will not always l'ave your
Took Stella Wita
and Gained 28 Pounds
Mrs. Mattle Spain. of Marlo, Okla.. one of the vast number of women who have been saved by
Stella-Vitae. says in praising this wonderful remedy: "When I began using Stella-Vitae I weighed
but 82 pounds, and could hardly sit up to be weighed. Now I can work all day, feel better than I have
in nine years, and have gained 28 pounds," Stella-Vitae is a godsend to suffering womanhood. It
gives strength and health to the female organs. acts as a tonic on the nerves, restores vigor and
brings the bloom of health to cheeks that are faded and pale. It is guaranteed. All dealers $1 a bottler
THACHER MEDICINE CO., CHATTANOOGA;TENN.
l NalariaChills & Fever.
WIITERSHI.. STII I r' 47 yem. For
Also a Fine General
"If you please, sir," pleadedt the
bJ(lkkeeper, "I'd like to h.vte three
weeks~ vacation this year iusttsld of
ha't- you any particular reason for
nl:lkillg suctti i requlest'' isked his elll
"Yes. sir. I've saved uip ni'ire Imoney
chic year than I usually do, and I'm
afraid I won't he able to spetnd it all
in t-wo weeks."
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants and children, and see that it
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
'tlhrough the slirubbery Marcus P'elf,
the wenlthy rejectedi suitor, watched
Ilarry Hlarrison, the village black
smith. clasp Ruth Roberts in his strong
"Curse 'em !" ihe hissed, "I'll have me
revenue I'll buy 'en an attomobile
for a wedding present, and then look
on gloatingly while they mortgage the
Iblacksmlith shop to buy gasoline:"
Disagreeable and Dangerous Trouble
is Diarrhoea, but a speedy and certain
cure is found in Mississippi Diarrhoea
Cordial. Price 25c and 50c.-Adv.
\Vhen the big shop of ai Lancashire
nler'chanlt 'was burned, land while he
stood by the pile of ashes, vainly set
ing to conjure a good phenix there
from, he was handed this message
from his family in Londou:
"Telegraph particulars of fire in
Seizing a pencil. heo wrote:
"No particulars. No shop."
Hot Weather 110.
Veal Loaf, to serve cold: Cooked Corned Beef, select
and appetizing. Chicken Loaf, Ham Loaf and Veal Loaf, 30 "
delicately seasoned. Vienna Sausage, Genuine Deviled 4*
Ham and Wafer Sliced Dried Beef for sandwiches and 30~o
dainty luncheons. 20
Insl on Lib6y'S of yor rowr' 0
Libby, McNeilI & Libby, Chicago 60
To Remove Fly Paper.
\\'hen stic·ky fly aIi,'er glets ,n c.tllh
ing, lintolum "or ol('loth, pour kero
senrle on the spots anll let sunk at least
two nlinutes,. thelu wa:sh ill warllm soaup
suds an) they \till t'ine off readil.
ON FIRST SYMPTOMS
use "Renovine" and be cured. Do not
wait until the heart organ is beyond
repair. "Renovine" is the heart and
nerve tonic. Price 50c and $1.00.-Adv.
The Ladies Are Learning.
''('ut iout $pir.e|)llSl," Miss Mary (;or
nett 11 h , tli;rl'Ulla1U of the Wo l;iln's
SutTru:,ge party, i. repolirted to have di:t\t' .
illln 11t(tl lt' 'et('ltIlt llet'e'tinIg w\\'
tilhe (clerks wer overworked r'ecording
lubscriptionll to tilte new t'iinlaljignl
"Cut out thie ;,speches ; lionliey talks
best," this wi'e chaiirmtnl is said to
T'Ihe late blind It.ss fullcklhy of Srln
Francisc(o, however, gained nothing in
public esteemt \ hen he tohl his w\\r'k
ers u)pon an occ(.asioln of pre-electiou
"Don't waste this good dough 11uy
ing talk. but results."-New York utuu.
To Fortify the System Against
Many users of Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic make it a practice to take this old
standard remedy regularly to fortify the
system against the depressing effect of
summer heat, as those who are strong
withstand the heat of summer better than
those who are weak. Price Soc.
Appreciation of a Prodigy.
"Bliggins is still talking about the
bright things his boy says."
"Well, I envy him. It must be great
to have a boy who entertains himself
thinklng of bright things instead of
blnginlg on the cellar door with a board
or experimenting with ia shotgun."
Grass snakes are legless lizards.