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A Preaching Cross Restored.
The preaching cress in the village of Burrington, situaleJ amid romantic surroundings on the northern Eide ol tho Mondlp hills, has, by the generos ity of Col. Evan II. Uewellyn, been restored. It is recorded that early In 1805 the handsome fifteenth century base of the cross all that then re mained of it was removed and uti lized in building a new house for the then parish clerk. Happily, the orna mental dial Etone did not share the same fate, and this has been incor porated into its original position In the new cress. Three broad and mas sive step3 carry the old socket upon which rest3 a tall monolith shaft, which is crowned by one of those lantern-shaped canopies so peculiar to tho west country. From the London Standard. "The heart is a small thing, but de Blreth great matters; It Is not suffi cient for a kite's dinner, yet the world 1b not sufficient for it. Hugo. To Get Its Beneficial Effects; Ahays Buy the Genuine f!fIA mm manufactured hyihe Sold by e!5 leading Druggists One Size Only, 50t o Boiile "Lame Leg Well" "I wish to say that I have used Sloan's Lini ment on a lame leg that has given me much trouble for six months. It was so bad that I couldn't walk sometimes for a week. I tried doctors' medicine and had a rubber bandage for my leg, and bought everything that I heard of, but they all did me no good, until at last I was persuaded to try Sloan's Liniment. The first application helped it, and in two weeks my leg was well." A- L. Hunter, of Hunter, Ala. Good for Athletes. - Mr. K. Gilmak, instructor of athletics, 417 Warren St., Rox bury, Mass., says : "I have used ONIMEMT with great success in cases of ex treme fatigue after physical exer tion, when an ordinary rub-down would not make any impression. Sloan's Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheu matism, Neural gia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints. Pric8S,25c.,50c.&$1.C0 Sloan's book on bnr.c, rattle, sheep and poultry teut free. Addrem Dr. Earl S. Bloan, Boston, Haas., U. 9. A. Si C CW A " f T Is not recommended for u Tf ii.iTix everything; but it you ROOT have kney. liver or w bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need. At drug gists In fifty cent and dollar sizes. You may have a sample bottle of this wonder ful new discovery by mall free, also pamphlet telling all about it. ddreee, Ir. Kilmer M Co.. Blaghamton, N. Y Memphis Directory SSTOrS.iSS: Memphis Barber College 148 Korth Front Street., Memphis, Teun. JACKS NEW DI8COVKRY Is worth Tta wetgbt In gold for all skin troubles, randers the kin smooth and soft. Send four eema tn stamp for sample rial by mall. JOBa W. Seed Sweet Potatoes All Varieties. Cabbage Plants. MEMPHIS SEED & PLANT CO., Memphis, Tenn. cf 8Kb a SEEDCORN yielded 75 bushels to the acre; on land cultlrated 29 Tears, with proper uses of f ertillier, will safely say 150 bushels to acre can be raised; this corn Is most prolific known, and seed is carefully selected; corn elub boys and our farmers ought not missthlsop portnnity to get pure seed ;C50 per bushel. JliO per l bushel, l per peck; a bore seed was raised at out stock farm and Is our own product; best of reference ean be trlvt-n. Keek's suck farm; J. E. Keck Co., roper. li, &. Seoond. UeaisMt, Tenn. 6 bu. lots IXA yjjUK ut T - - - 2 - - 1 hp) fclome Town 3-HsIpsE CIVIC PROGRESS IS NATIONAL And as the Movement Broadens In Its Scope It will Surely Be come Competitive. Civic improvement is becoming na tional in its scope and as time passes it will become competitive. The cities that pay tho greatest attention to it will hold out the best, inducements to prospective residents and follow the 6urest method of increasing their population. The improvement of streets are Important features of the promotion of civic beauty. Washing- I ton is the best laid out city in Amer ica and will in time become one of the most beautiful cities in the world, be cause its streets are made upon a plan, mapped out by Pierre L'Enfant, during the lifetime of George Wash ington. The scheme of streets, parks and boulevards then provided for was considered so much out of proportion to the probable growth of Washing ton that it was regarded by many persons the work of an impractical dreamer. Without it Washington might now be too much handicapped by the irregularity of its streets to admit of its becoming a city of dignity and beauty suitable to its importance as the capital of the United States. Cleveland, as Mr. Murphy said In his address, "laid out Euclid avenue all the way to Buffalo." In other words Euclid avenue will follow its present direction and maintain its present width, no matter how far the city limits of Cleveland may be ex tended. Not long ago an engineer from New York was summoned to Manila to lay out a city of radiating boule vards and straight streets extending for enough into the jungle to accom modate the growth of the capital of the Philippines for a century. The object in view is to correct as fa:- as possible the mistakes that were made prior to the American occupation, and to make Manila the best-laid-out city in the entire Orient. Throughout the United States and in our most distant "provinces" road building in the country and street surveying and paving in the cities i3 reoeiving greater recognition as be ing of fundamental importance. The states that build the best roads, and tho cities that boast the best streets and the best highways from their centers to their suburbs and the coun try beyond the suburbs, will be marked "progressive" upon the map of the United States that is in the mind of every homeseeker and every capitalist. Louisville Courier-Journal. ALWAYS A GOOD INVESTMENT Money Spent for the Beautifying of Cities Returns Always to the People. The Belgians have gone on the theory that by pleasing the eye the contentment of the people is increas ed to a very considerable degree. Magnificent parks, civic centers and buildings are the result, and accord ing to a writer on this subject in The New Age: "Experience has shown that the money spent by the municipalities of Belgium in their attempts to beautify whenever and wherever possible has been recovered a hundredfold, by rea son of the fact that the more attrac tive the city the longer the visitor lingers and the more money he spends. "The wiser heads have discovered that the City Beautiful is not a lux ury, but a necessity for the welfare of the people and uplifting of the na tion." The same results will bo true in the case of Denver, where the cam paign for the city beautiful has al ready given the municipality a wide reputation for progressiveness and is already attracting tens of thousands of visitors and many new residents annually. The Unit of Social Life. There is no sustained social life un less enough people live in continuous close touch, and the village is the unit which is multiplied to form cities. Cities are, socially, collections of villages, and the larger the city the more plainly is this fact made apparent. It is certain that there must be a definite number of people closely and constantly associated to form a village, and it is certain that when the number becomes too large to permit of intimate and constant association there is another village formed, within or alongside the orig inal village. The question of the defi nition of the word Tillage must rest upon this fact. Whoever Is able to determine what number of people can remain in social association can do fine the bounds of the village. Landscape Gardening at School. When the question of organizing an Improvement society is broached many have been heard to exclaim: "I don't see that much good could be done in our community." Well, every "com inanity" has at least one schoolhouse and the writer has yet to see one whose grounds are so neat and gen erally ornate that they could not easily be improved. Any live club may find plenty of work to give vent to pent-up enthusiasm in Just one or- 1 dinary school yard, that fs, if they do ! a real, good Job. CHANGE IN WOMAN'S LIFE Made Safe by Lydia E. Piskfcam's Vegetable Compound. Graniteville, Vt. "I ras passing through the Changeof Life and sullered from nervousness and other annoying symptoms, anu x can truly say that .Lydia k. llnkham s Vegetable Com pound has proved worth mountains of gold to me, as it restored my health Jand strength. I never iorget to tell my friends what Lydia E. Pintham's Vegetable Compound has done for me during this trying period. Complete restoration to health means so much to me that for the sake of other suffer ing women I am willing to make my trouble public so you may publish this letter." Mrs. Chas. Barclay, K.F.D., Graniteville, Vt. 2so other medicine for woman's ilia has received such wide-spread and un qualified endorsement. Xo other med icine we know of has such a record of cures as has Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. For more than 30 years it has been curing woman's ills such as inflamma tion, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irreg ularities, periodic pains and nervous prostration, and it is unequalled for carrying women safely through the period of change of life. Mrs. Pinklmm, at Lynn, Mass., invites all sick women to write her for advice. Her advice is free, ftja,d always helpf uL Traveling by Wheelbarrow. T must hasten on to Ping-Ying. This trip of 45 miles was to be under taken, to our huge delight, in wheel barrows, but in two days, with a Chi nese Inn for the night. Bishop Scott and I were on one barrow, Lanchester followed on the second, the luggage In a third. We did it luxuriously, with three men to each barrow one In front, one behind on the handles, and a third with a rope in front of all. "Are there springs to the barrow? Certainly not; it would be no fun if there were. Bumps? Of course. On the first day we calculated we had 25, 000 of them; the best were caused by drops of six inches or more from one stone to another. I got quite used to them, and found J could sleep stretched luxuriously on my mat tress." Bishop Montgomery in Mis sion Field. BETTER TEETH FEWER DENTIST'S BILLS Your teeth decay because particles of food get into crevices between and around the teeth and create germs of decay. Ordinary tooth powders and washes are entirely inadequate to prevent it. Try Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic, a de licious, harmless germicide. Just a little in a glass of water, and rinse the mouth and brush the teeth thoroughly. It will whiten the teeth, prevent and remove tartar, destroy all germs of decay and save you dentist's blll3. Paxtine thoroughly cleanses, de odorizes and keeps pure and odorless false teeth and bridgework. Paxtine is far superior to liquid antiseptics and peroxide for all toilet and hy gienic uses. At Druggists 25 and 50c, or sent postpaid upon receipt of price by The Paxton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass. Send for a free sample. How He Averted a 'Duel. The following is told of former Sen ator Joe Blackburn of Kentucky: In the days of his youth the Ken tuckian was asked by a friend to sec ond him in a duel. lie consented, and at sunrise the parties met at the ap pointed place. Now, it was this Ken tuckian's duty to say the last words touching the terms of the duel. But, although he faithfully performed this duty, the duel never took place. A murmur of "Why not?" invariably goes around whenever this story is told, whereupon tho answer Is as fol lows: "For a very simple reason. When Joe finished speaking it was too dark for a duel." Harper's Magazine. D0NT TAKE CHANCESI If you have never used BOND'S LIVER PILLS, let us prove to you at our expense, the unfailing certainty for the cure of Headaches, Bilious ness, Constipation, Dizziness, or any Malarial trouble. Send us a postal re quest for a free sample, we will mall it promptly. All we ask is that you try these meritorious Liver Pills, Just one time. We know that you will be pleased with their small size, small dose, gentleness and thoroughness. Sold by leading druggists 25c. Bond's Pharmacy Co., Little Rock, Ark. Occasionally or oftener people lead a man to believe they admire him when in reality they are only trying a work him. mm i n.M.. .., ... ,,ii, m,mm,A . mm,lt mjmmuKmm ii.ii... n 111 n i. in i n in.. m .11.1 , , m i Mi,iy,li, y,, ,u, ,,111,, n...,..,, iWB.wywiinw mmmwimmmmwmmmm imnii. 1 im.mt n........ -- . - - - - - - ' - - 1. PROBABLY DOES. Howell My wife is a woman of few words. Powell But doesn't she make the few work overtime? AID TO MARRIED HAPPINESS Southerner Evolves the Panama Cock tail Which Makes Man Thought ful of Wife. Russell Hopkins, a southerner, who lives In the St. Regis, is responsible for the Panama cocktail. He and Charles Luther Burnham were talk ing over Hopkins' latest concoction, which had been placed in the little book kept by the bartender. "You take half a pony of brandy, half a pony of curacaro, a third cf dry gin and French or Italian vermouth, and there you are there's your drink before dinner," said Hopkins. "Yes," interposed Burnham, "it's a cocktail, all right. One of your friends came In here the other day with more than $300 iu his wallet. He was initiated Into the mysteries of the Panama cocktail. He seemed all right when he left, but he was found the following day in a fern' house hugging a set of furs he had bought for his wife. From what could be gleaned from him he had, on a pass ably warm day, thought his wife ought to have new furs, and, with that idea, he went to a store and spent all the cash in his pocketbook for a set." New York Press. 13 EPILEPSY CONQUERED? New York Physicians Have Many Cures to Their Credit. New York, April 4. Advices from every direction fully confirm previous reports that the remarkable treatment for epilepsy being administered by the consulting physicians of the Dr. Water man Institute Is achieving wonderful results. Old and stubborn cases have been greatly benefited and many pa tients claim to have been entirely cured. Persons suffering from epilepsy should write at once to Dr. Waterman Institute, 122 East 25th St., Branch 63, New York, for a supply of the remedy, which is being distributed gratuitously. Saving Trouble. The husband of a fashionable wom an, whose gowns are at once the ad miration and despair of her feminine acquaintances, was discussing the cost of living with a friend at the Union League the other night. "By the way," ventured the friend, " er don't you have a good deal of trouble keeping your wife dressed in the height of style?" The woman's husband smiled and then shook his head, emphatically. "Oh, no," he said, "nothing to speak of. Nothing nothing to the trouble I'd have if I didn't." Much Easier to Handle. Mabel Father's so glad you're a poet. Scribbler Ah, like yourself, he adores poetry? Mabel Oh, no. But you see poets can't fight. The last lover of mine he tried to throw out was a football playei ! Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle o CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Tina 7-a fho Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. The Kind You Have Always Bought. It is a great thing to be trusted, but It Is a far higher thing to be worthy of trust. Henry Lee. Better general health Is sure to follow the we 01 the natural Herb laxative, Gar field Tea. It corrects constipation. A suspicious woman raises a large crop of doubts. PUTNA Color more goods brighter and faster colors than any other dye. One 10c package colors all fibers. Thc,dye in cold water better than any other dye. You can dye any garmejjwithout ripping apart. Writo (pr free booklet How fb Dye. Bleach and Mix Colors. MONROE DBUC COMPANY, Qulncy. 111. Generous Advice. "If the Japanese want to fight us." said the nervous man, "why don't they begin?" "Perhaps," replied the calm and col lected person, "they are waiting for more tips from our military experts on how to proceed." Beoauo of those usly i?rlzzly, gray hairs. Use "LA Tuberculosis In Japan. Japan Is not lagging behind In he flcrht against tuberculosis. The Japan Jlealth association has over 200.000 local members, and carries on a cam paign of lectures in tho cities and towns cf the country. Tuberculosis is Increasing In Japan, duo chicly, Prof. Kitasato cf Tokyo says, to the rapid development of the factory sys tem of industry, tho introduction of modern methods and manners of civil ization and tho increasing acuter.oss of the struggle for existence. WIRE FENCING Pittsburg Electric Welded fencing for cattle, hogs, poultry, garden and lawn. ROOFIGS of galvanized iron, corrugated and crimped; also rubber roofings $1.00 square and upward. Pidgeon-Thcrcas Iron Co., 94-So N. 2nd St, Memphis, Term. After a Big Haul. "Binks used to be daft on the sub ject of buried treasure. What's he up to now?" "He's got up an expedition to Asia Minor to try to find the place where Methuselah stored his birthday pres ents." To restore a normal action to liver, kid neys, stomach and bowels, take Garfield Tea, the mild Herb laxative. All druggists. Nothing chloroforms a church quicker than a minister dosed with dignity. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing STnip for Children teething, softens the pnms. veiliu-fs Inflamma tion, allays pain, cure wind oo'.ic. :J."e u bottle. It's no use a church advertising the Bible when it is dodging its bills. The Fountain Head of Life IS A man who ha o weak and impaired stomach and who doc3 not properly digest his food will soon find that his blood has becom weak and impoverished, snd that his whole body is improperly nd insufficiently nourished. Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MIEDIGTIL. DISCOVERY makes the stomach strong, promotes tiio flow at dJgesflte faicos, restores t!io lost appetite, rnak?s assimilation perfect, iavi&orates tho liver and parities and enriches tho blood. It is the rcat blootlmaker, flesh'ballder end restorative nervo tonic. It makes men strong in body, active in mizid and cool in ludvment. This "Discovery" is a pure, glyceric extract of American medical root," Absolutely free from alcohol and all injurious, habit-forming drug. All Its ingredients are printed on its wrappers. It has no relationship with secret nostrums. Its every ingredient is endorsed by the leaders in all the schools of medicine. Don't accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this time-proven remedy op known composition. Ask your neighbors. They must know of many cures made by it during past 40 years, riht in your own neighborhood. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N. Y. FOR SJ'STtfWir SPOKN MEDICAL The Msmcaiwii,e Banm memphi s .tentv. CAPITAL $200,000.00 SURPLUS $100.000.C3 DIRECTORS F. O. Barton, A. S. Caldwell, fi. T. Carnes, J. M. Fowlke. W. M. 17 anna F. G. Jones, E. B. LeYaster, H. Lundee, K. W. I'orter, C H Kain-, W. i. Heed. II. H. Reese, Jno. V. fc?chori. It. A. Speed, T. II. Turley, K. K. Wright. 3 PER CENT PAID ON SAVINGS. COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY w. STAB 876 SO.50 SO S1.5Q O. W. Li. Doujrlas shoes cost more to make because higher grade leathers are used and selected with greater care. These are the reasons why W. L. Douglas Khoes are guar- A.n 1 I . .. . . 1 1 ai. I.,.,,.. .....I ... - l , than any other shoes you can buy. crr nr. wa of substitutes. -3 no genuine nave w. i. uonpiai price stamped on tho bottom, which and protects the wearer against high prices a REFUSE SUBSTITUTES CLAIMED TORE for Mail Order Ca'aloc. Shoes f nt rtlrwt fr ni f.irtory to wearer, ud . harn.-a BOYS' SHOES prepaid. V. JL.. Uoulat, ll. Hpark rt., Krocktuu. Huh. $2.O0,$2.5O4$3.00 Miss Bangs and Miss Whiton's school TVITTTTX EASY ACCESS of all parts nf Ihe city, find of the prent librarian and museums. Opportunity ijlvc-n fcr attendance at public entt rtalnrriorita of educational and artistic value. THOROUGH AND CONSERVATIVE TRAINING, moral. lntHlectual s:id physical, with expert supervision in every department, thus iii.t.iririg deflnita and certain results. FACULTY LARGE, each teacher a specialist; and pupils Rs.-iii"d tho Indi vidual attention adapted to lh-ir respective n-elH. PRIMARY, PREPARATORY AND ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS; alo f. unique department known as the UPPER HoUriE. lor Kraduat fln special students desiring1 to t-p-nd th. winter In New York In a conK'-nlal Ho- ial itimoH phere, under the moat tavcrable conditions for culture of social tra ft and for intelligent advancement. The UPPER HOUSE la in a lars-j dt-gruo freo from the ordinary restrict iors of a school. BEST ADVANTAGES of New York available for the tdudy of Music, Art, Elocution, LariKiira't-s and Dancinpr. PHYSICAL EXERCISES. Special attention Riven with the object of promot ing: health, grace and ease of motion and repose of manner. The. KVmnastin ex ercises are in charge of a praduate of Dr. Sargent, of Cambridge, Mass. HUM MER CAMP in New Hamnshire. THE SUCCESS OF THE SCHOOL has been so pronounced that It has re ceived the highest commendation of the leading educators of tho country as well as of the highest officials of the U. S. Government; Miss Pangs and MIbh "YVhlton refer bv permission to the presidents of ten colleger anl unlversltleo and to President and Mrs. Taft. Ex-Vi -c-Presi dent and Mr. Fairbanks, Ex President and Mrs. Roosevelt, and the Chief Justice. WHY ftlEN DRINK THE KEELEY INSTITUTE. 702 PARK FADELESS DYISS AT VERT nkl. A LOWEST PRICES &CSUC1S9 We ship any size order LTV NXTI0N3L CAN COMPANY. Department T. DXLTIMOBE. MARYLAND ti mi .in iii.im min i ii in ii i . lain Milium ii m mi i i i iimm in i in n mi n i m , - nnni -B .-- , , , . CREOLE" HAIR DRESSING. PRICE, SI.OO, retail. Spring Humors Come to Tr-3t people nn 1 cui man troal'lc, pimples. In iis ii ! o; her erup tions, lesidn lo.- cf ipp' t:'.e, th.it tirtd foclins, lili '.ii;cs;, indigt'.on and Lor.d acl'.e. 'I ho FTner yn;i pr rid of i th? bet ter. ;u)d tho :r- to pet ril : them ud to build up ti e yteM is to t .c Hood's Sas-saparil!a The Spriri; Me-tieino T:r fx.-l'er.ce sLov. n by i;r"'jualt d. rad;cl and i-erm BlMt l'l!IV. iet. it t.d.iy in una! 1 1 . r -. I "T:n o chocolated talm-t ia!'e.I SarsatalJS. 5F YOU HAVE, noarpellte, Jniiiec stiun. I 1j: ult'Pic, Sick Headache, "ull run dow n" cr losing tlenti. yoa H! find Tuffs Fills ust what you nccJ. They tor.r up the weak stomach and build up th flashing energies. Cheap Round Trip Ticketa On sale to all points on tho FVL & IM. A. R. R. "North Arkansas Lino" First and Third Tuesdays of Each Mont2l Cpcoituoltls J tor farmers, rnntfiotnrer and mr chants. Write toil;y for rute and Information. C. D. Whitney, Traffic Mgr., Eureka Spring, Ark. 100 YUCS CIS GU1CK RtlJfF U TR0U8US DEFIANCE Ccld Water Starch makuii laundry work a i'leuhi.ro. 10 c. pk. luv, DATCUTQ Fortunes nrn mri! tn pM'onlv I'ro- t I tfl I W ifi youi Kirns. Mr t-t ji.i Look frv fltzceralil & Co., Hoi K, :s).ln-ion, l. C W. N. U.f MEMPHIS, NO. 14-1911. 1 flC: JLUTTlctL,U jf WCTVTC DISTEMPER CATARRHAL FEVER AND ALL NOSE AND THROAT DISEASE ) Vi Cures the skin and arts rb i preventive for others. l iquid Riven on the tonfjue. -;:if? frr brood in h res n nu n 1 1 o fliers. l!est kid lie v remedy ; 00 cents and $1.00 a bottle; 5.00 arid flO.OO the dozen. Hold by a'll rtruirffist and hort.e poods houses, or sent ciiircHU )aid, by the ina r.ufui'tureia. CO, Chemista, GOSHEN, INDIANA OUGLAS f O . . r- r FOR MEW & WOM1N than ordinary sIioof. i A HI Vil' name ana trie retail 11c ana trie retail jV''t -.- -'V ' ypk. antees full value f?v Vj and inferiorshoes. fa J V ft''; 'JUST AS GOOD' '&:.rJzJ 2L guaran for Girls AND USE DRUGS, AND HOW TO CURE THEU OUR NEW HOOK TELLS ALL ABOUT n 6ENT SKALKL, KltKE. ADUKKSS AYENUE. HOT SPRINGS. ARKANSAS r I E tor FRUITS, SYRUPS and HONEY CI I J - I 2 It V . OUIUCr C1I1U OUppilCS