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INDIGESTION, GAS “Pape's Diapepsin” cures sick, sour stomachs In five minutes —Timejtl “Really does" put bad stomachs in order —-really does'* overcome indiges (ion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and sourness In five minutes —that —just that —makes Pape’s Diapepsin the lar gest selling stomach regulator in the world. If what you eat ferments into stubborn lumps, you belch gas and eructate sour, undigested food and acid: head is dizzy and aches; breath foul; tongue coated; your insides filled, with bile and indigestible waste, re member the moment “Pape’s Diapep sin" comes In contact with the stomach all such distress vanishes. It’s truly astonishing —almost marvelous, and the joy Is its harmlessness. A large fifty-ceat case of Pape's Dia pepsin will give you a hundred dollars' worth of satisfaction. It’s worth Its weight in gold to men and women who can’t get their stom achs regulated. It belongs in your homo —should always be kept handy In case of sick, sour, upset stomach during the day or at night. It’s the quickest, surest and most hannlesi. ctomach doctor in the world. —Adv. Willing. “Why don't you latte something for that cold of yours?” “What would you advise me to take?" ■Quinine.'* “Nothing doing. I was in hopes you were going to say rock and rye,”— New York World. The Best Kidney Remedy I always carry a large stock of Swamp- Root and it has a steady demand for kid ney, hver and bladder troubles. Very fre quently my customers give personal testi mony as to the medicinal value of Swamp- Root, and it is a common occurrence for me to sell to people who buy the remedy on the recommendation of others who have Hied it. Have sold Swamp-Root since it was first put on the market, and will con-, tinue to sell it until a better kidney, liver and bladder remedy is found. CHAS. G. PETER Cor Poydras Baronne Sts. New Orleans, La. Personally appeared before me this 3rd of July, 1909, Chas. G. Peter, druggist, who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the same is true in sub stance and in fact. WM. RENAUDIN, - Notary Public. Prove Whft Swamp-Root Will Do For You Send ten cools to Dr. Kilmer & Cos., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bot tle. It will convince anyone. You will alio receive a booklet of valuable infor mation, telling about the kidneys and bkid- Vr. When writing, be sure and mention t v paper. Regular ixfty-cent and ono <l ar size bottles for sale at all drug stores, —Adv. Modem Superiority. “Of course you admire Abraham Lin coln a speeches." “Yes," replied the orator; “,ie talked well, but ho had his limitations. A man of his compact and thoughtful style could never have held his own In a filibustering campaign.’’ FOR HAIR AND SKIN HEALTH Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment Are Supreme. Trial Free. These fragrant, super-creamy emol lients keep the skin fresh and clear, the scalp frso from dandruff, crusts and scales and the hands soft and white. They are splendid for nursery and toilet purposes and are most eco nomical because most effective. Free sample each by mail with Book. Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston, Sold everywhere.—Adv. Wise Provision. “Beauty is only skin deep.” “I consider that a wise provision of nature.” “Why so?" ‘ With that limitation, the girls are kept busy enough.”—Kansas City Jour nal. GIRLS! oMIRY IT, BEAUTIFY YOUR HAIR Make It Thick, Glossy, Wavy, Luxur> iant and Remove Dandruff—Rea* Surprise for You. Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluf fy, abundant and appears as soft, lus trous and beautiful as a young girl’s after a ‘‘Danderine hair cleanse.” Just try this —moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw It through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil and in just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. Besides beautifying the hair at once, Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff; cleanses, purifies and Invig orates the scalp, forever stopping itch ing and falling hair. But what will please you most will be after a few weeks’ use when you will actually see new bair —fine and downy at first —yes —but really now hair —growing all over the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft nair and lots of it, surely get & 26 cent bottle of Knowlton’s Danderine from any store and just try It. Adv. The camelia was carried from Japan to France by a missionary named Ka mel. 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 dya. Price SI.OO. —Adv. Folly and failure roost on the same perch. Anew electrical process makes charcoal from sawmill wastes PRETTY PHOTO FRAME Tills little photograph frame is juite anew design. It is carried out with cream-colored satin and embroid ered with narrow gold-colored silk braid. For the foundation a piece of stiff cardboard is used, the corners rounded and a space cut away in the center for the portrait. The front is padded with a thin layer of cotton wool, and the satin stretched tightly over it and fastened on at the back with a strong adhesive. The material must, of course be embroidered first, and the sketch clearly shows the way in which the braid should be arranged. It runs en- Braided Photo Frame. tirely round the space for the portrait and is carried into three little loops on either side and at the top and bot tom, and the corners of the frame are fitted up with scrolls of braid. The photograph is fastened in posi tion at the back with a piece of pa per pasted across made of a wedge shaped piece of card, covered with satin and hinged on at the top with a piece of tape. A second piece of tape should he fastened with a drop of glue on the inner side of the support and the hack of the frame to prevent the former from opening too far. The small sketch on the right of the il lustration shows the way the back of the frame is arranged. This little article could be carried out on the same lines in other colors, if preferred, and it would look pretty made with dark green satin and em broidered with gold braid, or with pale blue satin and silver braid. Very pretty and ornamental frames can be made in great variety in the way described, and the designs that can bo worked in braid upon them are quite unlimited. HERE IS USEFUL INDICATOR Makes Pretty Ornament for the Hall Evan Where It Is Not Exten sively Employed. An “in" and “out” indicator of a particularly useful type is shown in ;ho accompanying sketch. For mak ing it, for the foundation a piece of thin wood measuring 7 inches in length and 3y 2 Inches in width will bo required. The front of the wood is covered with green watered silk, upon the lower half of which the word “in” has been worked with crimson silk. To cover the board, turn the mate rial over at the edges and fasten it down at the back with a strong ad hesive. Sawed cn in the center of the beard is a piece of stiff cardboard, cov ered cn both sides with silk and edged with a crimson silk cord, carried into a loop in the center in front. On the material covering the upper side of this card the word “out” is embroid- Neat “In” and “Out” Indicator. cred in crimson silk. This card is fastened In place by a tab of silk left over at the upper edges. The cross in diagram B indicates this; it should be sewn in place prior to covering the wood. Four small “corners” made of kid are glued upon the upper part of the board, and under these corners pieces of paper cut to fit are slipped. Upon the left hand side a pencil is attached, and for suspending the indicator from nails in the wall two small rings are sewn cn at the top. To indicate “in” the flap in the cen ter is fastened over the tablet for mes sages by means of the loop of cord and a barrel-shaped button sewn on BLUE IS PROMINENT SHADE In Varying Tints It Is Certain to Be Among the Favorites for the Spring. There are nine prominent shades of blue— three Saxe blue, two midnight blues, a marine blue and three gray ish and three greenish blues. Pur ples commence at lilac, deepen to ame thyst, and on to three prunes, the last being nearly black. Amethyst and prune shades aro very smart. Amongreds are the soft rose shades that resemble a modified watermelon pink of a deep tone. There is also a slightly yellow coral, light cardinal, geranium and petunia shades. The greens are very handsome, In cludirfg emerald, leaf shade and nile. Taupe gray and light pearly gray will be worn, and several beige shades. Dark brown will be conspicuous fay Its absence, the darkest shade being a tobacco shade. There are light golden shades, more golden than tan, that suggest summer days. The coming summer will be a big white and cream season in suits. in the center at the top. On going out this flap can be let down by unbut toning it, and when lowered it will cover up the portion of the indicator with “in” upon It and expose th® word “out,” and it will also uncover the tablet for messages. Diagram A shows the tab fastened up, and some pretty little floral design can be worked upon the back of it. STYLES FOR STOUT WOMEN She of Ample Proportions Is in Many Ways Exceptionally Favored Just Now. It is now possible for the stout wom an to secure ready-made garments with the much-desired individuality In style. Flare effects may appear at the hi|)B, knees or hem of the skirt, but for stout women the fullness is dropped below the hips by means of a skirt yoke, by the use of panel sections or t by the circular cut of the skirt. Long lines in the center front and in the center back may extend from the bodice into the skirt, the sides having broken lines over the hips. Snug-fitting bodices for stout women have the girdle arranged in pointed outline, giv ing a long-waisted appearance, or the bodice may be cut ha a pointed line. Other becoming features are the set in sleeves with a narrow shoulder line Then there is the fullness at the top of the sleeve which makes the arm taper at the elbow and takes away the appearance of extra size at the waist line by producing a graceful taper i from the shoulder line. The drapery of soft, looped-up folds well below the hips is suitable for stout women. PLAY DRESS OF GINGHAM A pretty little ready-made wash dress, for everyday wear, is of blue and white striped gingham, finished with bands of blue chambray. It may be had in many color combinations and costs no more ready made than homemade. For the Trousseau. A pretty gift for the engaged girl who is busily stitching on her trous seau is a set of trousseau bands,'ns they are called. They are the girl’s favorite color in ribbon and are shirred for a goodly distance of their length, leaving plain ribbon ends to be tied in a fetching bow about a pile of snowy nightgowns, chemises or pet ticoats. Plain ribbon can be embroid ered in silk to designate its particular purpose and an elaborate set of rib bons will include enough to bind the ; best sheets, pillow cases, napkins, i tablecloths, towels and face cloths. ! Surely this is a welcome suggestion | for the next linen shower. For Tapestry. Chairs upholstered wtth tapestry can be cleaned easily with hot bran. Make the bran hot in the oven and cover the chair thickly with it. Rub with a piece of flannel, using fresh, clean bran when the first lot is dirty. A good brushing at the end will com plete the process, and it can be ap plied to brocade as well as tapestry. A simpler way in which to clean ma hogany tables is by rubbing them with a rag dipped in vinegar and when dry rubbing them over with a cloth damp ened in paraffin, which will give an ex cellent polish. Awning Striped Velvets. The upholstery of the high class motor car shows, in many instances, the influence of the fashion of the hour in feminine apparel. Awning striped velvets, for instance, which were so much in vogue for skating cos tumes, are duplicated in several of the cars in the same striking color con trasts as found in the skirts. waists, skirts, hats, gloves, hose, shoes, spats, codts. veils, etc. This universal white will be varied by the soft brilliant shades mentioned above. _S Smart Coat. A smart topcoat of dark blue gabar dine seen a short while ago was a com bination of the directoire and Louis XIV period. It was cut away above the waist line in front, while the back and sides of the coat extended to within a iaw inches of the skirt. The coat was fastened far to one side with flat bone buttons and the broad turned-down col lar was lined with china blue silk. The sleeves were cut In one with the coat and were finished with flared cuffs of gabardine. Button Trimming on Child's Dress. A novel and becoming way to train a child’s straight dress is to pretend to button it straight down botlf* sides, from shoulder to bottom of hem, and set buttons close together with imita tion buttonholes made of braid. Fashion has a particular weakness for the three-quarter length coat OT SEA COAST ECHO. BAT ST. LOUIS. MISSISSIPPI | Smart Coat of Checked Material One more example of the success ful management of lines and adjust ment by means ot new departures in the garment-cutters' art may be stud ied in the coat pictured above. In the new spring models cutters appear to have thrown tradition to the winds, but the coats justify them in this in dependence. It appears that the designers arc striving to achieve the required full ness without making coats cumber some, and to give to the figure the cor rect silhouette. In the model shown here the back of the coat and top of the sleeves appear to be cut in one piece. The introduction of a pe culiarly shaped underarm piece leads one to think that this eccentricity of cut is often made with an eye to its decorative value as w'dl as to the “hang” of the garment. The fronts are extended toward the back in a curved line over the hips, and contrib ute their share of the fullness about the bottom of the coat. It hangs I Waiting for Spring s vv*-. • ->w Now that the lenten season is upon us there is time for putting into execu tion plans for spring outfits, so that each member of the family may blos som out at Easter time in something new. That something will be beautiful if the styles designed for small girls, by great authorities in the of apparel, are faithfully copied. Spring frocks for the little miss are enticingly pretty and leave nothing to be wished <or. Speaking generally of frocks for “dress-up” wear, skirts are full and short and much befrilled. In many models there is no waist line and sleeves are merely puffs or ruffles of thin materials that cover part of the top of the arms. In wash frocks, for daily wear, the sleeves are elbow or ‘.hree-quarter length. There are excep dons, however, with sleeves reaching to the wrist. One of the simplest of little silk Jresses for a girl of five, or more, years is shown here. It is made of foulard silk in a dark color with scattered dots of white over its surface. • The skirt is set on to a very short* plain bodice, square at the neck and fasten ing in the back with a row of tiny but tons set close together. The neck is outlined with a fiat shirred puff of the silk, and the frock is worn over an liaderbody of organdie. Women Good “Workmen." The employment of women as ma chinists has been very successful, judging from the Quantity and qual ity of the work turned out in some British establishments which were de pleted by the men leaving for the seat of war. Some 800 in all are so em ployed. In one case where there are 300 girls 00 cen are needed for tool letting, setting-up work and other cases where strength Is required. Some of the women have been at the work since May, 1015. Women super- trimly straight down the middle of the front, it will be noticed, which is a consummation devoutly to be wished in the coat for spring. This is one of manj r models In black and white checks, more or less large, usually more. Even in suits few very small checks are shown. In them and In coats the moderately large star check seems to be best liked. The wide pointed belt and oddly shaped pockets give this design individuality. The collar and cuffs are gracefully shaped and finished with panels of black silk. In the eollar one may see how clearly the designer has taken advantage of the small cape idea with out copying it outright. In the buttons used irregular white stripes appear on a black background. They might bo effectively made of molds covered with black silk with greater elegance, but less durability. Speaking of but tons, many of them in coats and suits are made of the same fabric as the gar ment. The junderbody has short, full sleeves finished with a hemstitched band. This finish is repeated at the neck. For girls from five to tw r elve years there are frocks of taffeta in black, or colors, trimmed with narrow, fancy braid. In these narrow braids gold or silver threads are introduced. One of the prettiest designs has a very full spreading skirt gathered into a loose belt. The bodice is made of four straps which are fastened to the belt at the back and front. Two of these straps (one at each side) extend over the shoulders aud all of them, as well as the belt, are finished with braid. A band of ribbon with short ends tied at the front supports the other bands. There are skeleton sleeves of the bands also. A blouse of organdie or chiffon is worn under this frock. It is full, with round neck and short puffed, sleeves. Neck and sleeves are finished with frills. n.— For Early Spring. Tucked taffeta hats faced with hemp are among the great variety or so called sport hats. intendents are In charge day and night. Not only are products turned out to gauge, but the average output is reposed wonderfully high. Critical Definition. Professor—Define transparent, tran slucent and opaque. / Student —If I may give *an illustra tion instead, sir, I would say that the window's of this room were once transparent, they are now translucent and if not cleaned very soba they will he opaque. ) LOOKI RESINOL HAS CLEARED THAT AWFUL SKIN-ERUPTION AWAY Every day, thousands of skin-suf ferers find that the moment that Reti nol Ointment touches their tortured ikin the itching stops and healing be gins. That is why doctors have pre scribed It so successfully for over 20 rears in even the severest cases of ecxema. ringworm, rashes, and many other tormenting, disfiguring skin dis eases. Aided by warm baths with Resinol Soap, Resinol Ointment usu ally makes a sick skin or scalp heal thy. quickly, easily and at little cost. Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap also greatly help to clear away pim ples and dandruff. Sold by all drug gist!.—Adv. Enough Evidence. Two rustics in the old country were discussing, one day, a newly erected postal pillar box in a village street. For a long time they were unable to think of its use. when suddenly one said: ”Aa knaw; it belongs to the Salva tion Army; that’s why It’s painted red.” But after a little consideration the other replied: “Na, na; ye’re wrong, lad; it can’t belong tq them, because it says. ‘No collection on Sunday.’ ” IF BACK HURTS CLEAN KIDNEYS WITH SALTS Drink Lots of Water and Stop Eating Meat for a While If the Bladder Bothers You. Meat forms uric acid which excites and overworks the kidneys in their efforts to filter it from the system. Regular caters of meat must flush the kidneys occasionally. You must re lieve them like you relieve your bow els; removing all the acids, waste and poison, else you feel a dull misery in the kidney region, sharp pains in the back or sick headache, dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue is coated and when the weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of sediment; the channels often get irritated, obliging you to get up two or three times during the night. To neutralize these irritating acids and flush off the body’s urinous waste get about four of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a table spoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kid neys will then act fine and bladder disorders disappear. This famous salts Is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with lithla, and has been used for generations to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys and stop bladder irritation. Jad Salts is inexpensive; harmless and makes a delightful effervescent lithia-water drink which millions of men and women take now and then, thus avoid ing serious kidney and bladder dis eases.—Adv. CAUSE FOR REAL REGRET Mistreated Father Thought He Saw How the Situation Might Have Been Different. They were ‘traveling peacefully home in their lumbering market cart, when from the shadowy hedge there leapt two unkempt forms. No time was wasted in useless talking. In a businesslike manner they rifled the pockets of Farmer Jones and his daughter, turned them out of the cart, and drove off in it themselves. “Dear, oh, dear!” walled the poor old man, “here’s a nice to-day! Horse and cart and money all gone!" “Not the money, father,” broke in the daughter. “I had the purse In my mouth.” "In your mouth, lass?” replied the old man, feebly. “Good for you! But what a pity your mother wasn’t there, then we might have saved the horse and cart!” Habitual With Him. "Loogy yuh, Brudder Tump!” se verely said good old Parson Bagster. “What makes yo’ beat yo’ wife?” ‘‘TJh-well, sah,” replied the wretch, "dis lady am muh fou’th wife. I fawmed de habit years ago o’ heatin’ muh fust wife uh-kase she needed it, and I’ve sawtuh been beatln’ muh wives in rotation ever since, out o’ custom. Yo’ knows yo’se’f how hard It is to break off a habit when it’s don got its claws socked on to 70'.” — Kansas City Star. THE FIRST TASTE Learned to Drink Coffee When a Boy. If parents realized the fact that cof fee contains a drug—caffeine —which is especially harmful to children, they would doubtless hesitate before giving them coffee to drink. “When I was a child in my mother’s arms and first began to nibble things at the table, mother used to give me sips of coffee. And so I contracted the coffee habit early. “I continued to use coffee until I was 27, and when I got into office work I began to have nervous spells. Espe cially after breakfast I was so nerv ous I could scarcely attend to my cor respondence. "At night, after having had coffee for supper, I could hardly sleep, and on rising In the morning would feel weak and nervous. "A friend persuaded me to try Pos tnm. "I can now get good sleep, am free f-om nervousness and headaches. I recommend Postum to all coffee drink ers.” Name given by Postum Cos., Battle Creek, Mich. Postum comes In two forms; Postum Cereal —the original form — must be well boiled, 15c and 25c pack ages. instant Postum —a soluble powder— dissolves quickly in a cup of hot wa ter, and, with cream and sugar, makes a delicious beverage Instantly. 30c and 50c tins. Both forms are equally delicious and cost about the same per cup. "There’s a Reason” for Postum. r—aold bv Qrocers. FRUIT LAXATIVE FOR SICK CHILD "California Syrup of Figs” can’t harm tender stomach, liver and bowels. Every mother realizes, after giving her children “California Syrup of Figs" that this is their ideal laxative, because they love its pleasant taste and it thoroughly cleanses the tender little stomach, liver and bowels with out griping. When cross, irritable, feverish, or breath is bad. stomach sour, look at the tongue, mother! If coated, give a teaspoon ful ef this harmless “fruit laxative/’ and in a few hours all the tout constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the bow els. and you have a well, playful child again. When its little system is full of cold, throat sore, has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, indigestion, colic — remem ber, a good “inside cleaning” should always be the first treatment given. Millions of mothers keep “California Syrup of Figs” handy; they know a teaspoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask at the store for a 50- cent bottle of “California Syrup oI Figs," which has directions for babies children of all ages and grown-ups printed on the bottle. Adv. Leap-Year Hint. “When we get better acquainted/' said he, “I shall call you by your first name.” “All right,” she rejoined. “And I hepe our acquaintance will reach the point where my friends can call me by your last name/’ IF HAIR IS TURNING GRAY, USE SAGE TEA Don’t Look Old! Try Grandmother’s Recipe to Darken and Beautify Gray, Faded, Lifeless Hair. Grandmother kept her hair beautl fully darkened, glossy and abundant with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Whenever her hair fell out or took on that dull, faded or streaked appear ance, this simple mixture was applied with wonderful effect. By asking at any drug store for “Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy,” you will get a large bottle of this old-time recipe, ready to use, for about 50 cents. This simple mixture can toe depended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair and is splendid for dan druff, dry, itchy scalp and falling hair. A well-known druggist says every body uses Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur, because it darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell it has been applied—it’s so easy to use. too. You simply dampen a comb or soft brush and draw it through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears; after an other application or two, it is re stored to its natural color and looks glossy, soft and abundant. —Adv. Couldn’t Forget Him, Uncle George—Come here. Willie! Don’t you know who I am? Willie —You bet I do! You are ma's brother who stayed here two months one time and never offered to pay a cent for board. Oh, yes; I’ve heard pa speak of you often. HUSBAND SAVED HIS WIFE Slopped Most Terrible Suf fering by Getting Her Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegeta ble Compound. Denison, Texas. “After my Uttls girl was bora two years ago I began suf- B feeing with female trouble and could hardly do my work. I was very nervous but just kept drag ging on until last summer when I got where I could not do my work. - I would have a chill every day and hot flashes and dizzy spells and my bead would al most burst I got where 1 was almost a walking skeleton and life was a burden to me until one day my husband’s step sister told my husband if he did not do something for me I would not last long and told him to get your medicine. So he got Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com pound for me, and after taking the first three doses I began to improve. I con tinued its use, and I have never had any female trouble since. I feel that I owe my life to you and your remedies. They did for me what doctors could not do and I will always praise it wherever I go. “—Mrs. G. 0. Loweey, 410 W. Mon terey Street, Denison, Texas. If you aro suffering from any form of female ills, get a bottle of Lydia EL Pjnkbam’s Vegetable Compound, and commence the treatment without delay. The Wretchedness of Constipation Can quickly be overcome by CARTER’S UTILE LIVER PILLS. jßrtx Purely vegetable . —act surely and rn> gently on the liver. Cure jfMBSSgr Wi •X o Biliousness, ■IVcR Head- jPIbLS. ache, mrnmm Dizzi- *=========£==* ness, and Indigestion. They do their duty. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature ~ HAIR BALSAM . A toilets preparation of merit. .fell Helps to eradicate dandruff. '*tS@ For Renterias Color Bad i —Bmuty to Gray or Faded Hair. W. N. U.. Birmingham, No. 11-1516.