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.,ET SQUM REL IEF
Di. Dantort. Bettor After' Pirst
Don 6f Remedy.
W. R. Davenport of Parker, N. C.,
long suffered from a peculiar malady
of the stomach. He sought treatment
With but little relief. At times it
seemed that he would have to give up
He took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy
and foutid immediate benefit. He
"For years I have suffered from a
disease which puzzled doctors. They
termed it catarrh of the stomach, say
ing the only hope would be a change
of climate, and that in- all probability
I would never get well. Then I heard
of your remedy. One bottle gave
me instant relief. It made me feel
like a new man. Your full course of
treatments has about cured me. Sev
eral of my friends have also been
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per
manent results for stomach, liver and
intestinal ailments. Eat as much and
whatever you like. No more distress
after eating, pressure of gas in the
stomach and around the heart. Get one
bottle oP your druggist now and try it
on an absolutt- quarantee-if not satis
factory money will be returned.-Adv.
"i'op, why do they call a man 'mis
"To distinguish himi froi a woman,
who is a mystery."
BABY LOVES HIS BATH
With Cuticura Soap Because So Sooth
ing When His Skin is Hot.
These fragrant supercreamy emol
lients are a comfort to children. The
Soap to cleanse arid purify, the Oint
ment to soothe and heal rashes, itch
ings. chafings, etc. Nothing more ef
tective. May be used from the hour
of birth, with absolute confidence.
Sample each free by miail with Book. a
Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. XY, i
Boston. Sold every where.-Adv. t
The Reply Truthful.
Irate Father--How is it, sir, that I
find you kissing ny daughter? 1-low is
Brave Youth-Great, greatl
NOTHING 80 EFFE'CTIVE AR El.IXIR
BABEK For Malaria, Chills & Fever.
Chief of Police, J. W. Reynolds, Newport
News, Va., anys: It is a -pieasure to r'ecominend
Baliek for Chill1 anl rever. have use(I it when
necessary for 20yearsandn live fountiRinorenetly
ats efetive." Elixir Iabok 50eent, alidrug
lsts, or by Parcei Post, pre aidt, frou Kloczew
ski it Co., Wuit,. igtona, D. C.
A Goodi blove-Itabek Liver Plill.
50 pils 23 cent&
"Do you want your wife to vote?"
"Yes. But I'm not letting on to her.
If I ask her to, she won't."
It is Good for Man.
To heal cuts, sores, burns, lameness
and other external ailments quickly
use Hanford's Halsam. It is a valu
ible household remedy and should al.
ways be kept in every home. Adv.
The first time a young man falls in
love he wonders what struck him.
If your horse Is kicked, or' cut by
barbed wire, apply I lanford's Balsam.
A liar ennl use th ltIruth to deceive.
For bad burns Hlanford's Balsam is
used to give quick ielief. Adv.
The need of the hour-sixty nin
Mrs. Aselin Was Restored to
Health by Lydia E. Pink.
Minneapolis, Mlnn.--"After my little
one wvas born I was sick wvith pains in
my sides which the
j~ .jj~! L;:.;1~doctors said weore
ij~jiI~icaused by inflam-ma
I ~ 'tion. I Buff'ered a
great deal every
-' month and grow very
iii,. .~.. thin. I was under the
ldoctor's care for two
i~ i - iilong years without
~ any benefit. Finally
& after repeated aug.
4 gestions to try it wo
* * got Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound. After tak
.ing the third bottle of the Compound I
was able to do my housework and today
I am strong and healthy again. I will
answer letters if anyone wishes to know
-about my case. "--Mrs. JOSEPH ASELIN,
608 Fourth Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Corn
p~ound, made from native roots and
herbs, contains no narcotics or harmful
,drgs, and today Jholds the record of
being the most successful remedy we
know for woman's ilfs. If you need such
a medicine why don't you try it ?
& Iyou have the slightest doubt
thttt Ly'iali B Pinkhamh'SVeget4-.
C~il omupound will help you 'w'to
a cofidential) Lynnalfass.,fowad
vice, Your letter will be operied,
'read and anspere4 by a womsa,
a nd hold in sMriot bonfdenoe.
A street suit, cut on conservative
ies, which manages to be up to the
iinute in its style, deserves more
ian a passing glance. The attrac
ve suit shown here accomplishes
iese things and compels attention be
ause of jis excellence. There is ev
ry reason for buying good material
n suits that must stand much wear,
tnd every reason to expect them to
)Utlast a single season and come in
landy for "knockabout" wear a sec
in the suit pictured, made of serge,
he skirt is moderately wide with the
ullness laid in broad plaits at each
iide. It Is a little longer than ankle
ength and finished with a three-inch
tem. It Is cut with a high waist line,
.o be worn without a belt, and is fitted
tbout the hips.
The jacket is cut with straight lines
Ike a box coat and is confined in a
kigh waist line by a narrow belt of
lie material. The front shows a small
utaway with a little "V"-shaped vest
et in, having its point at the bust
lute. There are no revers, but the
eck is finished with a collar of silk,
dircd to roll gracefully.
The belt fastens with a plain metal
tickle and is cut at the front to sim
Bonnetlike Hats Pn
Althugh o grat avarity o
holethug souget a variety oav
mtdi~stancedl all others in point of
iopularity. But little variatione in
uhape, and clever new ideas in trim
ning, save these pretty and childish
its of headwear from becoming mo
Twvo of the best ideas in trimming
ire shown in the picture given here.
in the bonnet at the left, the crown
la .sloping, higher at the front, and
the brim curves up both at the back
and front, suggesting the poke bonnet
of blessed memory. It is trimmed
with white ribbon having a picot edge
in color andl buds made of satin, with
long stems trimmaed in a wreath et
lect about the hat. A bow of the rib
bon is tbosed at the front and tucked
flat to the crown.
The shape at the right ts a famil
tar "mnushroom" model of hemp- braid
pressed with ridges oversthe erown,
extending from front to back and
fromt side to side. These are placed
in the shape by way of variety and
add nothing to its attraction.
Daisies/c June roses and .torget-me
note, form a wreath Cpr trimming, and
behind each daisy. a length of ribbon
In brown or some other dark color' is
folded and sewved to the hat, resting
b~othM othe crown atid .brin,
S of Seege
ulate tw~o little pockets with flap fast
tening. These are finished with a
small metal button. Three of the
same kind of buttons finish the narrow
turned-back cuffs that are outline~d
with a piping of the serge.
When the material for a suit of this
kind is bought it is a good idea to buy
an extra yard, so that wvhen the time
for altering or remodeling comes this
will be available for changes in style
and the repilacing of cuffs, collar or
Worn with this comfortable stfeet
suit are equally comfortable and smart
low shoes over whlich tan-colored spats
appear. In summer weather these
are left off. The strictly tailored
sailor hat with black crown and sand
colored brim is trimmed with cabo
choen of barnyard straw set ever flat
loops of ribbon.
Useful Hint. -
When a tie or ribbon becomes
wvrinkled or creased it may in a min
ute be made as smooth and as fresh
as new by slightly dampening the
wrinkled spot and then wrapping the
tie or ribbon around a clean, lighted
pular for Children
Trhese shapes come in all colors and
are held to the head with elastic cord
w hich is concealed by the hair
Many' of the prettiest hats for mid
summner wear have been made of
point d'esp'rit or plain not shirred
over wfre frames. Others are of net
(lralped over light-colored silk, and fine
swiss embroidery is used in the same
way. Frills of lace or net made of
flr.er side plaitings form the brims end
fall prettily about the face.
Grapes Are Chic.
As usual in the spring of the year,
the fruit of the vine appleals to fash
ion. Grapes are inmensely chic, niot
o'nly on spring millinery, but in thie
form 'of .eorsage ornaipents on eye
nihg gowins. A lovely little. dance
frock pt white tulle over silver green
pussy willow Uilk has bunches of paje,
tranislucent grApes on ithe 'houlderi
anid at the .girdle. Vet'y smart. on the
other'hand, is a spring tuiba~n of blacle
riilan tritnmed with: black and gcreen
grapes atnd black velvet leaux K Witb
this-.hat 'is worri'atr ent~irl new veil
so soft in color that eftedt is V6t
I V X
Calonel Salivatest It
-Dodson's Liver Tor
less for Men,
Every druggist in the South-your d
body's druggist has noticed a great
sale of calomel. They all give the si
son's Liver Tone is taking its place.
"Caloniel is dangerous and poop]
Dodson's Liver Tone is safe and givi
said a prominent druggist. Dodson
personally guaranteed by every drug
dealer. A large family-sized bottle c
and if you find it doesn't take the p)
salivating calomel you have only to al
Dodson's Liver Tonic is a pleast
vegetable reinedy, harmless. to both c
Take a spoonful at night and Wake i
sick headache, biliousness, ague, i
Quite a Difference.
,"Is Tawkins liberal in his opin
"No, but he's lavish of them."-Bos
ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE for the TROOPS
Over 100.000 packages of Allen's Foot-Ease, the
atitiseptic powder to shake In to your shoes, are
bein used by the German and Allied troops at
the ont beause it rests the feet, gives in
stant relief to Corns and Bunions, hot, swollen
aching, tender feet, and makes walking easy.
Sold *eyerywhere, 25c. 'Try It TODAY. Don't
accept any substitute. Ady.
"They are rery congenial."
"A most urAusual couple. They can
select wall paper without wrangling."
FACE COVERED WITH
PIMPLES ALL HER LIFE
Nov. 23, 1914:-"All my life my face
was covered completely with a mass
of pimples, blackheads and blotches. I
spent a lot of money on numerous
remedies and treatments without suc
cess and no relief at all. I tried so
many things that I was afraid my case
could not be cured. Resinol ointment
and resinol soap seemed to do me good
right from the first. I used two jars
of resiniol ointment and some resinol
soap, the total cost being only $2.00,
and this completely cured my case.
My skin is without a blemish, and I
am the possess.)r of a beautiful com
plexion." (Signed) Mabell-Ayres, Stone
Mountain, Va. All druggists sell resinol
soap and resincl ointmeit.-Adv.
How Friends Are Lost.
When the professor met one of his
oldest and most intimate friends the
day after the lecture he naturally ex
pected some comments on the previ
ous evening's remarks. Many other
,toples were freely discussed. Finally
the lecturer grew uneasy and re
"I was pleased to see you at the hall
"Yes, I was there."
"Yes; very nice crowd."
"I always like to see my near
friends about me when I lecture," the
professor resumed timidly. "Persons
who I know. can appre- I mean, who
will sympa-- or rather, who-oh?
WVhat did you Eay?"
"I didn't say anything."
"04, I beg your pardon! I thought
"No. Fine ,day."
"Turning colder, I fancy. Well, I
must be moving. Good-day.".
And the lecturer, as he0 thoughtfully
pursued Is way, discovered, to his
surprise, that he hated, with a large,
tormenting hatred, the man from
whom he had just parted and for
whonm 11e had hitherto entertained the
wvarmest esteem and affection.-New
After society discards ji woman she
wonders how she ever managed to tol
erate it at all.
The Kind of Food that will Keep You
The true way is to find out what is
best to eat and. drink, and then culti
vate a taste for these things instead
of poisoning ourse ves with improper,
indigestfble -food, ,etc.
A conservative Mass. woman writes:
"I have used Grape-Nuts 5 years for
the young and for the. aged; in sick
ness pnd in health; at first following
directions carefully,- later in a variety
of ways as my taste and judgment
. "But its nost special, personal ben.
efit has been as a- substitute for meat,
and served dry with cream when rheu
magte ,troubles made .it important for
me to change diet.
"Served in -this way with. the addi
tion of a cup of .hot Postum and a little
fruit it. has been used at my morning
meal .for six months, during. which
tim~e my health has .much Improved,
enes have grown' steadier, -and a
'''duii ect'eiasei in m excessive
weight adds grettlyr diny'comnfort".
~Nataie given by Pqatum 'Ce4 attle
d'eekc.hdieli Rehd.'!The Road to Well.
ville'1in plgge. "There's a an
Makes Yout Sick and Yc
le Acts Better Than Cali
ruggist and every- clogged bowels.
falling-off in the cause inconvenici
ime reason. Dod- .Take a dose o
Iwill feel sick, wei
e know it while work!
:; bettor results,"
's Liver Tone is Dodson's Liver
gist and medicine know it next inoi
gtanmecne your head clear,
asts only 50 cents sweet and stoma
ace of dangerous, and full of vigor
sk for your money an eat o r
oe I You can eat -,
mt-tasting, purely your children.
,ilidren and adults. Get a bottle of
1p feeling fine, no my guarantee. Y
;our stomach or dangerous calome
"I won $50 at poker last night."
"So I suppose your wife'll get a $75
gown on the strength of it."
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 label, showing it - is
Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. The
Quinine drives out malaria, the Iron
builds up the system. 50 cents. Adv.
"What are the -Smiths going to name
their new baby?"
"Oh, Mrs. Smith says she is going
to think a long time over it, and get
something strikhig and unusual to go
Three months later-"There goes
Mrs. Smith, wheeling little John in
Was the Lot of This Lady Who Tells
The Story of How She Re.
covered Her Health.
Dallas, N. C.-Mrs. Thomas Davis,
of this place, says: "About two years
ago, when I was eighteen years old, I
was in a bad condition from womanly
troubles. I fell off until I weighed not
more than 85 lbs.
I suffered dreadful pains in my hips,
sides and abdomen, for about 5 days
out of every month.
II couldn't sleep at night, and the
pains were so dreadful I couldn't lie
down for the blood would seem to
ruhsh to my head.
I felt I must have some relief, for
it seemed that the awful suffering
would surely kill me.
I had read of what Cardul had done
for others, and thought I would try it.
After the use of one bottle, the
pains had entirely stopped and I was
able to sleep.
After using four bottles, I was a
well woman, I was regular, I got back
my flesh, and I now weigh 126 lbs.;
and am able to do all my work with
out any trouble.
I certainly recommend Cardui to
suffering women, for I know it cured
My friends who saw me when I
weighed 85 pounds and would see me
now, would know what Cardul had
done for me."
Possibly smacking the lips may be
vulgar, but, of course, it depends on
whose lips you smack.
YOUR OWN DRUGGIST WILL TELL yOU
TyesMuin Gy uliamedy for led, Jeak. wtery
I:Iysmiel fFrc Line ermew Co.., Cicgo.
Gumshoe fanaticism is usuall'y the
most dangerous of all.
Bothered by Cata
TFry thie "Vap-O-Rub" Treatnient-Re
lievee by Inhalation and Absorp-'
'tion. No'Stomach D~osiag.
No need to disturb your stomach with
internal mnedielzges for $hese troubles.
Viek's "Vap-O-Rub" Salve, comb~ines by a
ecial process--Menthol, Thymol, Euca
lyto, Camphor and Pine Tar, so that when
applied to the heat of the body, these in.
- rdients are released in the form of vapors.
Ths oothing, medicated yapors are in
tyunlimited life scholarship no' s and save
tenotypy, Typewriting and En~IlIsh'C
~uce's. Send for catalogue and full fi
KG'dQS OUSINESS COLLEnE. Pns l
u Lose a Day's Work
mel and Is Harm-:
Dodson's Liver Tone doesn't gripe ow
ice all next day like calomel.
f calome) tonight and tomorrow you -
ik and nauseated. Don't lose a di ' -
Tone is real liver medicine. You'll
'ning because yOu will wake up with
,our liver active, bowels clean, breath
.h regulated. You will feel cheerful
ind ready for a hard day's work.
ithout risk of salivating yourself or
Dodson's Liver Tone and try It on
Du'll never again put a dose o? nasty.
I into your stomach. '
A girl may not be able to keep a se
cret, but she can keep a young man
For sores apply Hanford's Balsam
The difference between college grad
uates is that some have diplomas and
others an education.
If a man doesn't repeat the cute
things his baby says it's a sign that he
has no baby.
'ulununutingi L A D IE S I! - - Illulilul
The Taleun of Quality, for refined
people; Perfump rich lasting, and ex
quisite; Powder of velvety flueness.
In Glass Jars-Io. and 25c.
Sold by all dealers.
GILBERT BROS., & CO.
nIilnl unllllilIInnimininnlu uh nnlllitl~llununnun nzsamuaz hus
not only the. old reliable remedy
FOR MALARIA bi:
general strengthening tonicandappetizer.
For child ren as well as adults. Sold for 80
years. 60c and P1 bottles at drug stores.
DR. SALTER'S EYE LOTION
Relies. cures sore inafla r es in 24 to h bo
YI~S$?ES AR, 85 iroad, A'LANr4, A
Bsb.,are of Imltatioerse
DAISY FL.Y KILLER iti, aayihrn at;
cheap. .asts ali
metal, can't spillor tip
overs will not soil of
All deeS orstOest
express paid for SL.0t
WAROLD SOMr.RS,150 De Ealb Ave., Urdoklyn, 3. W.
stimulate the torpid liver, strengthen the
d igestive organs, reguslate th bowels. A rea.
edy for sick headache. Unequaled as wa
Blegantly sugar coated. Small dose. Price. 2.
W N EDo Men to learn barber trade.
WANT Few weeks re u ired.
Steady position o io
petent graduates. Wonderful demand fot bit
bers Wes while learning; free catsalog; write
RICHMOND BARBER COLLEGE, Richmond, Va.
LAND WARRANT HOME
rant ~toloc*ate lan nso mae a hm. Ue aa*a
ageeto f P. H. itzgerald ather of the Great
UtriaNColony rer 42 Lawdsnnatio oAdrs 'aa.
Eight Oamues for loc and five benutiful post
cards free. Chess, Authors, Introduction
gamo, Nine Men Morris, spanish prison,
Dominoes. Checkers, Fox aeee--wholo year's
amuse*ment only 10c. Order while thoy last.
Internationnl Co., 5615 Calumet Av., Chicago.
W. N. U., CH AR LOTTE, NO. 20-195.
I or Chest Colds?
haled all night long through the air passa
ges to the lns loosening the pheu,
soothing tho infame mnem rano anci
ing the body cells to driveoutelinra&.
.In additiop, Vieh's Is sorbed throtagh
the pores, reducing the inflammation and
takin~ out that tightness and boreness.
25o,, or .1.00. At all druggists.
RATES ARE KOWpN
Jom 60o.oo to 9*7.00. oke