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ANDJACKAGHE 8t Louis Woman Relieved by Lydia EL Pinkham’s Veg etable Compound fit- Ixmia, Mo.—"l was bothered mU> cramps andpains every month and "iilimilliliimmi backache and I I *° go to bed an I cou not work. My TW mother and my M whole family always '&■ W 100,5 E. I’mk ■PP? jj ham’s Vegetable Compound for such 1 troubles and they llßralle''* Induced me to try it ulaj. 5 . 1 1 and it has helped me SHjJVsL |||| very much. I don't q have cramps any ■— ..... I more, and I can do fny housework all through the month. 1 recommend your Vegetaole Compound to my friends for female troubles.”— Mrs. 1)i-illa Hcil'ikZ, 1-U2 Salisbury Street, St. Louis, Mo. T Just think for a moment. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been in use for nearly fifty years. It in prepared from medicinal plants, by the utmost pharmaceutical skill, and supe rior methods. The ingredients thus Combined in the Compound correct the conditions which cause such annoying gymptoma as had been troubling Mrs. Bcholz. The Vegetable Compound exor cises a restorative influence of the most desirable character, correcting the trou- JWe In a gentle but efficient manner. This is imp'd, by the disappearance, one •fter another, of the disagreeable •ymptoma, TOO ~ LATE Death only a matter cf short time. Don’t wait until pains and aches become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by taking COLD MEDAL Th. world’s standard remedy for kidney, tlvsr, bladder and uric acid troubles —lha National Remedy of Holland since 1696. Thras sixes, all druggists. Lack far the nun* Cold Modal on emy box and accept no Imitation Hartabu. partly vtgtUbU. lilmJ lid I CktMraa • Regulator. fonaala oa r.ry lakoL I Curaotard aoa-aarcatir. aaa-alrabolic. !■ MRS. W3LOVV3 SYRUP | Ika ialaau' aal (hi Id ran’• RagulaUr ✓ B Children trrow hnalthy and frno r., I from colic, diarrhnoa. flaUilnncgr, HOMH4 B oonatlpaii.m and oihar trouble If B given It at loathing tlma. ■afo, pleasant—alwaysbrlniraro. PNJI so2s*N\ Money back without question \l if HUNT'S QUARANTHHD I SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES yfu h/J (Hunt's Sslve and Soap), fall In M Aj ft the trsatmsnt of Itch. Kciems, g/\ Ringworm,Tetter or other Itch m * tngakindlecasee.Trythietreat* •Rent at our rink Sold by all reliable druggists. A. B. Richards Medicine Cos., Sherman, Tcsaa npnpQY smt.sr 11111I I ■J I Short breathing re- Bllwl w I lived In a few iiourt) aweilinc reduced in a Jt #w days; regulntea tha liver, kidneys, stomach and heart; purlfiea the Hie entire ayatem. Writ* for Fra* Trial Trwatmant. COU.UM DROPSY REMEDY CO.. Dept. W. 0., ATLANTA, 6i MITCHELL EYE SALVE brings relief to inflamed ayes, gran ulatmi lids, styes, ole. A simpls, XSILP deprndslMa, absolutely safe remedy. 25c -all aruggiUi ot ky mail f.om HAI.LA IU , ( Rtl..l.ie. #7 VipS |47 VV'sverl* I*!., New York WEAK SOREEYES Derivation From the French. The French for “What ahull 1 any •f It?” in qu’en dlral, nnd that has been corrupted Into our word quan dary. WORt O. .I...*'* C.M .Ml I. Clrirt. „■. IVm... r-. W. W.rtn, ” ,J#\C-kv3 w h mu, cosfasy. r.iaorr “ Cr/im Daddy's Request. , Father*—l believe you are my boy Tommy's Sunday school teacher. Sunday School Teacher—Ves. little Tommy Is In, my class and u very bright boy. Father —I came to tell you that .he takes things quite literally and that his mother rather encourages him 'c bis conceptions. I wonder If you would mind easing up a hit on telling hint ti follow In his father's footsteps. Sure Relief FOR INDIGESTION flip 1 INDICESTtOy 6 Bellans 1 L.Hof water Sure Relief DELL-ANS Ssi and 754 Everywhere The Right Thing at the Right Time By MARY MARSHALL DUFFEE Slit. AND MRS. How rntirh the wife la dearer than the bride.—Lord Lyttlaton. NiCVKH mid imy ort of formal In vitation to Mm. John Brown an I not to liar liiikluuhl whan o'lnr man are Invited to the event. That K It Is not in good form to Invite either a husband or wife to a formal pnrM* •vlthout inviting the other when per M*nM of both Hexew are Invited. If you ere Hiving a tea for your iiuuglit*'r. and no men are Invited, then you may invite Mrs. Brown and not Mr. llrovvi., Jt Ih not euHtomary to ask a man or woman to he your house guest with out I minding the husband or wife in the invitation. You would hardly ask a man to attend a week-end at your home without asking his wife; also, unless because of absence from town or some other reason it was quite patent t tin I she could not he present. Never ask a hushrnd or wife to a dinner party where both sexes are present without asking the other. Sup pose Mr. Brown belongs to it mind.-aI club, to which musical folk of both sexes belong, and the members of lid dub give a dinner. If Mr. Hrowu has a wife, then she should be Invited, and so, also, should the husbands and wives of the other m.'tubers. How ever, If only men or only women be longed to the club, then the dinner might be given for the members with- MB Da WTI'K for one my frlen uska me other day eef I know Icetle girl wot used to serva da food een hoard house where I leeve. 1 say 1 know dat leetle girl hut ees tonga tilde I no gee. Well, da wife for my frlen say dot leetle girl ees gonna getta married nexu mold. “Mary was Una girl, I’le tro," my friyn's wife say, “so we gonna geeva Iter shower nexu Friday night. Would you Ilka to geeva her sounding for du shower?" Now Jusu between you and me and no (or spread a round, 1 no liku Idee ver mooch. I feegure she gonna taka hath een da tub Saturday night any way. Hut da wife for my frlen say I gotta wrongu Idee, She say before every girl getta married een doesu country she huva pleutn shower and all du frlen geeva sunmtlng. Mehhe ees alia right nnd niehhe ees wrong, 1 dunno, but Mary was Qua girl when she works een da board house, I dunno how she getta so dirty gotta hnva tree, four shower before getta married. So I buy greatu hcega box of soap wot amelia nice nnd one scrub brush and sendn down to Mary. On leetle note I say, “Dear Mary: One gooda hath een da tub weelh doesu mooelm soap weal imika you pleuta clean and ees better us half-dozen showers." I dunno wot's da matter, hut Insn night dn guy wot Mary ees gonna marry tella one my frlen ho gonna shootu me queeck for Insulta bees girl. Wot you tlnk? (Copyright) “What’s in a Name?” Facts about your name: its history, meaning, whence it was derived, significance, your lucky day and lucky jewel By MILDRED MARSHALL iu:ssik BRiJSIK Is. of course, one of the derivatives of Elizabeth, but so frequently Is It given In baptism wit bout nny reference to Its more proper nnteceilent Unit it Ims come to lie regarded ns a separate and tlis llncf inline. TlmniKh Us association with Eliza lielli. It Inis Its source In the old Hebrew name. Ellshebn. ami probably mine to be evolved from the shorten inn of Elizabeth to lleth, whence $ Hess shortly followed. The first Hess on record Is said to have been Eliza- Is'lb Woodvllle, whose mother, Jnc -1 (piettii of Luxemburg Imported It from , Eland* -s. Shakespeare’s Edwnrd IV j enllei. ner Hess, mid her daughter, , Elizabeth of Yorke, was called "Lady Hessee" In the verses which told of ■ the iiolltlcal courtship of Henry of j Richmond. “I’retly Hessee" Is the i granddaughter of Simon de Mont ford In the old English ballad. “flood Queen Hess" Is 100 well known to need comment, but through her Hess had Incredible popularity In the English court, at least one out of every three young women liearlng the name of the queen. How Hessee the ■mb tiring form of Hess, came to ie spelled Hessle Is not satisfactorily explained, unless It Is the Scotch EAST MISSISSIPPI TIMES, STAEKSVILLE, MISSISSIPPI out Including the husbands or wives. Any sort of announcement Is sent to both husband and wife, even where only one '• known. This applies to an nouncements of weddings and births A reader writes to say that she Is planning a wedding anniversary and that, as a part of the festivities, she wishes to have a dinner at which Just the ones who were In the original wed ding party should he present. Now It haptsms that since the wedding one of the bridesmaids and two of the ushers have been married. May the ushers not he asked without their wives and may the bridesmaid not he asked without her husband? No. The Invitations should he sent to the couple in both cases. Not to do so would he to show real discourtesy to the persons invited, as well as to the ones to whom they are married. However, It should he remembered that married folk, even though they are “newlyweds,” are not seated next to each other at parties. They should not of their own accord seek to mo nopolize each other's seeleiy." At a dance married folk, though they unit- * 1 h A LINE 0’ CHEER By Jolin Kendrick Bangs. SHARING SORROW Is hard, but we can boar It If there bo others by to share ft. And Happiness, If we divide It. Becomes as though we'd multi plied it. Wherefore, in days of peace or trouble, 'Twere well always to seek a double, And share In bright and stormy weather Our blessings and our woes—to gether. (Copyright.) •t ■ ■ ■— ==•■ THE CiOBLIN’S MITTENS ONK night when Jackie Rabbit was running through the woods trying to Hnd a bit of green stuff that might have potted out Its top iu spite of the snow, he heard some one crying. , Jackie ran to the spot from which the sound seemed to come, nnd there under a hush he saw u little Goblin with the tears frozen on Idk little red cheeks. “What Is the matter?" asked Jackie. "Oh, dear," sighed the Qoblin, “I have lost my red mittens that the fairies gave me, and I cannot find them, ami I don’t know what to do." “Well. I will help you look for them," said jfeckle. “I can’t find any green stuff for a salad so I may as well he running about helping you.” Jackie Rabbit was a good hunter, and it did not take him long to spy the tiny mittens hanging on a bush near the ground. Thqy were very pretty little nilltons ami Jackie thought they would look well with his white coat. “The Goblin won’t mind," thought Jackie. "I will Just slip them on and ruu buck with them," Hut when lie slipped them on his paws a very strange thing happened. preference which gained vogue In England. Resale Is a favorite Scotch name, lint Hetsey. Its equivalent, soon became popular In England and re mains so. Oermany calls Bessie, I.lschen, She Is Rnhette In Frame and Rettn In Italian. Russia has a form taken from the (Jennan, l.lsenka. The tlame-hearted ruby Is Bessie's tallsmnnlc gem. It promises her courage. Invincibility and long life, Sunday Is her lucky day and 1 her lucky number. The Illy, signifying purity, Is her flower. ’ (Copyright.) ■ -O > ■’ ---- - ■ Jacqueline Logan ...v '' 7 < It is no wonder Jacqueline Logan Is a "movie” star. She is not only well trained for the work, having been schooled for the stage, but she is an accomplished musician. She is a Colo rado Springs girl. Her mother was a music teacher. An aunt was a vaude ville performer. Miss Jacqueline Is a blonde. She is of Irish extraction. ally ilamr with parti other rather than with any other person, should show their sociableness by dancing with others present. Women used some times to decline to waltz with any one hut their husbands, but now, If a mar ried woman dunces at all, she usually draws no such line. If a husband uml wife are Invited to a party of any sort and It la neces sary for one to regret, this does not mean that the other need to do so also. If u husband Is absent on business a wife may accept an Invitation to a din ner party, dance, wedding or other function, though, li she prefers not to attend alone, she may claim as her ex cuse her husband’s absence. (Copyright.) mr no sooner had he pulled on the second mitten than he began to jump about In the queerest manner. Mr. Wood Hat made up it verse about It, which tells the story better than any other way, so here It Is: First he stood on his ear and then on his nose. Then he danced on his tail and danced on his toes. The wood fqlks ran out to see the strange sight. Sure Jackie H. had lost his wits quite. But Jackie Rabbit had not lost his wits at all. lie was trying to stop cutting queer capers, hut all he could do was to call out, “Take them off; take them off!” and, of course, the wood folks did not know what he meant. Grandfather Rabbit, who had seen many strange things In his time, said they must form in a ring and catch Jackie when he came that way and hold him until they could tlnd out the meaning of “Take them off.” So the next time Jackie danced to ward the animals they caught him and held him fast. “Take them off I” cried Jackie, holding up the paws JACH.)6. RfttJBIT A UTrt.6 goblin. with the mittens and then Grand father Rabbit pulled off the Goblin’s red mittens and down on the ground Jackie Rabbit fell, all tired out with capering about so fast on the snow. When he got his breath Jackie told them how ho happened to have the mittens and Grandfather Rabbit told him that he should have known better than to put on anything belonging to magic people. Jackie said he never again would try on anything that belonged to those strange little people and ran oft to give the mittens to the Goblin, who was still hunting for them. When the Goblin saw the mittens he danced with Joy, and besides thank ing Jackie Rabbit the Goblin gave him some nice green things for a salad, Jackie was very glad to get rid of the ml l tens, and ran home and slept all dav. he was so tired from the run the magic mittens gave him, and now If he sees anything red he looks, but never touches. “I'll tell the gohltns where they are." said Jackie, “if I see their mit tens; hut 1 will never even touch ■ them again for any gohlln I ever saw.” COpyrlKht) MOTHER! MOVE CHILD’S BOWELS WITH CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Horry, mother! Even a sick child loves the ’fruity" taste of “California Fig Syrup” and it never falls to open the bowels. A teaspoonful today may prevent a sick child tomorrow. If con stipated, bilious, feverish, fretful, hdk cold, colic, or If stomach Is sour, tongue coated, breath bad, remember a good cleansing of the little bowels Is often all that Is necessary. Ask your druggist for genuine “Cali fornia Fig Syrup" which has directions for babies and children of all ages printed on bottle. Mother! You must say “California’ or yon mpy get an imitation llg syrup.—Advertisement Hi* Authority. Some tourists who were being driv en through the Yoserolte valley asked ; the driver if he knew how old the big trees were. "Sure I know,” he answered. “How old are they, tluvi?" “Three thousand and six years, goln’ ion three thousand and seven.” “How do you .know the number so exactly?" “Well, there was a smart young woman out here from Boston, and she said they was three thousand years old, and ns that was a little over six' years ago they must he goln' on three thousand and seven now.” —Harper’s Magazine. important to all Women Readers of this Paper Thousands upon thousands of woman have kidney or bladder trouble and never suspect it. U omen’s complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy con- 1 ditton, they may cause the ’other organs to become diseased. You may suffer pain i a the back, head ache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, isvita ble and may be despondent; it makes any one so. But hundreds of women claim that Dr. ! 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