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TO OPERATION Wife Cured by Lydia L Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Des Moines, Iowa.-" Four years ago I was very sick and my life was nearly spent. The doctors S stated that I would I never get well with out an operation and that without it h I would not live one year. My husband V I IL' 1 objected to any operation and got me someof Lydia E. Iinkham's Vegeta ble ic'ompound. I took - it and commenced to fet It-ttir and am row well, am stout U'l aic to d9 rny own housework. I can r n the Vegetable Corn pou !' tov 'y ,omnnn who is sick and run 4.v:twn '. r: weunilrful strength and he::l r ,:rr. r My hudiband says I we .:. le( n in ray grave ere this if i rt i r. it ln , f.fr vur Vregetablo Corm I-M' BLAN('IHE JEiFFER s 7y, 1 on .t., Dts Moines, Iowa. . f, "o r attin, to a surg1ial opera tion it i wo to try t'o luild up the femrali '. Vt, a'I cure its derange ment w'I.y': Ia E. i'inkham's \ege table ( tinpournd; it ho9 sav:t e many women fr'ron srgical operations. W, ifit t4, the Lyd ia . Pinkhiam iedicine (Co., Lynn, Mass., for advico-it will be confidentiaL ADVICE TO THE AGED Age brings infirmities, such as sluggish boweli, weak kidneys and torrid liver. Tutt's Pills have s specific effect on these organs, stimulating the howels, gives natural action, snd imparts vigor to tlhe whole sytsem. II @~~at Tom Sold for 47 years. For Malaria,Chills and Fever. Also a Fine General Streandthening Tonic. O°C"'.. . Hard Ideal. '"Ti new idecal of patriotismu-lu:t triotisma ianl p1el irieiiss-is a lt hard ideal to reavh up to.'' T'he spj 'aw 'r w as r hpressntatie ie Cardner of Massa'husetts. 1le con tiiuedl : d "Yes. iefore this spleralid ideal the i soft arel sellish citizen is like the farm li boarder. a "'I guess,' the farmer said to his new bolrder from the city. 'I guess ye d won't want to get up very ea:rly in the morning, hey?' "'No, by heck ' said the city chap 1 with a laugh; I think I'd prefer to sleep late.' t "'All tight.' said t he farmer. 'In that case, then, we won't have break fast till 4:30 it. am."-Washingtfon Star. They Footed 'Em. "1)1d anyone (discover that you were a bride and Ibridegroiut oinl your honey mooni trip?" "No; we fooled every one. Instead of calling each other by our first names I called Jim 'Mir. Black' and he calledl ri 'Miss P'inkly' just as we did before we were engaged. We were just as formal with each other as strangers woutl le." A pear tree oii the farmn of J. S. Engle in Shoeuikeirsville, Pa., 163 years old. Is leanring fruit. Who is tirst in Ied at your house at night? You will tet it is father. w w Brightens One Up There is something about Grape-Nuts food that bright ens one up, infant or adult, both physically and mentally. What is it? Just its delightful flavor, and the nutriment of whole wheat and barley, including their wonderful body and nerve building mineral ele ments! A crisp, ready-to-eat food, with a mild sweetness all its own; distinctive, delicious, satisfying . Grape-Nuts "There's a Reason" ~i~7FIrs arddShrubkir ~Their: tare? and Cultvtivioix. .;f 4·- . .x / ' * . .. a ,.. k .:iW~f.. .:7 A rvea Md eatfu it in ffc o a'e latn EFFECTS IN MASSING By L. M. BENNINGTON. Two recent photogr:aIlis show ing i fr handsoiae 4alifornia houles, one at bl ltbrkeley, ani the other the Smith thi hotne at ( )akland, illust rate nicely one of the priiiwiples of art that the iiiker Iti of a garden will do well to st tly. It it Is the genetral selihemie producinig an ef feet with mii 5se5 of pinuits, and with n foliage tlirown d(LrimzVly inti) aclk tground or foregrotund with little tip a ri ant thought for the individual li plant. sc It follows the ildea of the little darky who nme hoime one day wihi i a crude drawing miade itn school. The o little oy held up piroudly the product a and said: "See. mammy, here am what I done drawed ttoday." t "WVhat dit?" inquired the mother. II "Hits er cow," said the little fel low. º"Yas. hits or cow, all right," said the nmother, "tbut whar am de tail?''" I "lDo teacher she done tole me," re -sponded the child, "dat so long as de( igeneral effect am good, neber mind de tail." t "That is the theory shown striking ly by these two California pictures. In e one is found a heavy massing of greeni effects in the background, with the salme general scheme of mass being ap I plied to the plants and grasses border ,t ing the driveway. Not a single one of e the trees or plants stands out individ dt ually, but they all blend into a gen t eral purpose. s In the second picture the mass Is transferred from background to fore ground, leaving the house itself to s. stand ioldly forth against the skyline. 3 In directly oplposite ways the pictures showlln effects of mass arrangement. It Ibelongs to its school of art, and to it art as applied to the garden, as clearly as the same theory has place in paint ing in oils. And it miust he remembered that it takes more real work to get effect from a seentingly disordered mass than it does to care for striking, in dividual and isolated elements. twot Da}~ and Pims Massedý , Toete Form a Fcreo ofC. Beut for th Hoe etig H w y iýýY \' ' ' Aý. "'o " r. )Ipjy J ý,< f".il S^;ý ý.` ,,r· t ; r , > ý ý;, ase i ý ",,a ý '^ t + e fý 4 ýy 7' ,rýfy C~ ~~ .~.:.ý AMONG THE FLOWERSr (lit flowers of tannuals that seed freely and p1iroiong the :season of th bl~own. if alltihwted to mature seeds, ed; they cease to bloout. 1)on't naegleet i ne potted plants; wa-ci ter well, nIl slhade front t1he after- pr pr. noon sunshine. li7 Wh~en shade is reconaunended, dark- tel nes or dInsl slut1e atre nlit meant. All plats trequir te a good light. It Many plants will hear strong sky it light tha ula. W dl he badly damaged if o set in strong sunshine. tri For potted pilnts thait must htave sunshine, set the pots ill it jaurininer gr or set in a hox with it packing 0of 1u1s K around them to encourage moisture. ma htoot geranim slips now, if you m' want winter bloomers. Keep growing thriftily, bltching of: tll buds until late Septetmer.t'. To root hardwood, shitrubbery plants hE cut just bhelow tite jailt, its all Isip sentd out roots front the joint, whether soft or ttardtlwood. Do not snake the mistake of rooting p for winter bloomers plantt s that bloom only in the stitter. Some geraniium bloom mnore freely than others. Evaporation is rapid ; if showers ar i few, the plants will becone stuntet b e from thirst; if too much rain, weed, t] must niot be allowed to choke thy .plants. I f All shrubby pot plants should be ser I 1- In a sheltered place, out of doors, witt good light, but some shade during the hot season, where strong winds cannot s rack them. e- Prune older, weaker branches from o shrubs and roses that are done bloom e. uing, and mnulch roots. Cut aind pile sod for pot compost a It later. to Weather seldom affects weeds, ad ly versely. ºt- Heavy shade is often worse than strong sunlight. It Sow seeds for basket plants and win. et dow garden now. s. Prune out the branches of the dahlia n- to promote development of flowers; water well and tie to stakes. Q-BAN JARKENS GRAY HAIR R CGray, -treaked, Ipreiatur,' ~ I faded hair quickly re-'r lw ti dartk s hale by l lh:0qu t cealp a few tiii \\ i'l ;'. ~ f ! .I lor Restorer. No dye. harmless. Q-l1In :10S r'n iolor glands-mfake.'s !lair Sti tially changing agill your gray !;'t.:1 even 1atu1:ral ldark slt it, tIn ,: head of hair clean. tlufft without a trace of gra I cents a big bottle by a '" (Also sold by most drugziy i ,, nirt Q-Tian, Mempshis, 'lend. AI!\ du\ I..· Road to Fame, lu WilliamI l Iiwells D . (at at his cIltae at 1ittery V\ 1' it thout a \\ritr1 \t , after ., 1I': due t" lit.Iid M . I,, co _ a1i_ ~ 1"I 1t ' 1 til' l i(!' I' ý \\ ý't . :i i ., " il = ' It 1 11 ON FIRST SYMPTOMS use "R'cnvine' and be ctur7* I), not wait until the hr-art or~i-n is t Vk)and repair. "lenovinOUt is ti heiiart andI nerve tonic. Price 50c ani $.-Ad- . Her Remark. buibliný" er;l h shd own il Tall tries fell fsug 'I i' T h ' *na1 Tal in ti"erestttt";. I' e2 Io' tr ti;Ill 11 utln shrjIinkn l. r+ i 1 11'o . M rs'ý. K l\ 111tts I n ul "!i " Ilin St '' he 1r 1 o .1 'I';u t rt and lit' sl e tlen t1o I ni 11in:g tihemIS(lve5." siel it iture n d. S S'"The (tar little fellis ;r.e s full of;e auilit al spirits:"-.. i'il: -'.;.r. RELIABLE REMEDY RESTORES KIDNEYS For many years druggists nhave watched . with much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Stwamp-Root, Of the great kidney, liver and bladder rem Is, edy. It is a physician's prescription. S Swamp-Root is a strengthening medi cine. Dr. Kilmer used it for years in his private practice. It helps the kidneys, liver and bladder do the work nature in 'k- tended they should do. t. Swamp-Root has stood the test of years. It is sold by all druggists on its merit and ly it will help you. No other remedy can successfully take its place. J Be sure to get Swamp-Root and start treatment at once. e IHowever, if you wish first to test this b Sgreat preparation send ten cents to l)r. I' ' Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle, When writing be sure and r ou mention th paper.-Adv. Flight of Imagination. he were the last man in the world," re t he were the last man in the world,' re Smarked the haughty girl.t i "No," replied Miss Cayenne. "If he probably bw e lso much in tdemand that un you wouldn't even get a chance to pro. at pose to him." WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS. an Every woman takes great pride in I e(' having her home well kept, in having ed the family wash done early in the ths week. Good bluing is needed even more than good soap. Be sure to use set Red Cross Bail Blue.-Adv. Ih Biology. int First Girl-Whiat's biology, mean? ot Second Girl-Why, it's the science of rom shopping, I suppose. Mn ore than 1,000 kInds of sausages potare known In Germany. Children Cry For Net Contnts 15 Fluid Drachs OHOL' 3 PER CENpOli thelu Stomaxhsrtnd~aL~s as DneT. What is CASTORIA siusMorpn orc Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare, O MorpNAJhICe goric, Drops and Soothing Syrops. It is pleasant. I1 NOT N C contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio tupt Nand allays Fcverishness, For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and S Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Dowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural eleep. ITho Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friends tessaiA' GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS QýWormsrcvershoe'ºaS Loss *gy Bears the Signature of nc''nr Sinaau! Of NEW YOR In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought 9w= LOWS of W nppm. THE CENTAUr COMPANY. NEW YORK CIrV, CALMEL MAKES YU SICK, UGH! IT'S MEiRCRlY AND SLIVATES Straighten Up! Don't Lose a Day's Work! Clean Your Sluggish Liver and Bowels With "Dodson's Liver Tone." 1g (1 1utn- 1 m U1 k(s you r k':. TakeŽ a (11 ,(" of ile vile, dangerous drug to- f nighit and t (morrow you mIay' ii'ge a days work. ii'mu" '1 iu; mercury or qu i' '. Ip (IU! o c`' ' e !~ o l iS; of tiy- ii.,'o V'l tI', 1.!t i ii U (oP:S : with :our t il, rrash' - jutt it, i~ 11 , it up. Tils is nitu Vi >iy ti.. bbl vnM and czihm "i lt, r yo I- ;i . ! . '1 1 'I : . i ii'.. O s ( r' -,'U liii~ . Ii ~ 1'; o~f In ( oh ,: '. !i'" r 'I' ;, ' 'tra"Lhtcfl you rig~h' up and nimL" yOU focl trint ait' xig++rour by to lr';:'ig I w tnt IOU lt o W( ucknit the -n'r it' and t. xt itr oinny. I~rfl(!I Ix 'I+r Tone tI sttI'o rig the .:,: ''f c''A It. 1 be r': i' 2ýr"; Irvir r:: i. .r i. ii' "ii I ri * r'! (' .1:,..' Ii I· . L. DOUGCLAS "THE SHOE THAT i'L.)S ITS SHAPE" $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 S4.50 &' $5.00 A 'OE Save Money by Wearing W. L. Douglas shoes. For sale by over9J00 kh1iei dealers.TKh The Best Known Shoes in the Worlk. W . L. Dcu .As name and the ovta r-e n:1 txi , W to:n Of Ai Shlloes at the fac :o'. TI e . rn 1' the wearer protected against hs,: price, i: 1,u r '-e'1 1 :1 ah retail prices are the snime every he re. 1: cO. no ture iin Francisco than they do in New York. Tiey are ay wr te price paid for them.; The quality of W. L. Douglas procdct Cs guaanteed !y m.e than 40 years experience in makng fine shots. Thi smatrt styles are the leaders ifi the Fashion Centres of Ameri~a. They are made in a well-e. uipped factory at Brockron, Nass. ' by the highest paid, skilled shoemakers, under the direction and supervision of experienced men, a l workitg wrh an hotne t ' L determination to make the best shoes for the puce that money can buy. Atk your Rhoe dealer for W. T.. )ouglae shoes. If he can. not supply &ou with the kindl yoin litht, take nii other i make. Write for interesting booklet expltaiing how to ,. . RE Or set Rhoesof the highest tstanidard of quality ifa the pirtice, r Suasn>m by return toIil, postage free. Boys' Shoes LOOK FOR W. L Douglas, Bes, In the world name and the retail price $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 stamped on the bottom. .red.eul $. 00 2.50 .u Explained. ii C l o nll l~rl l.'ll 1ýý ! Il,1 ~ l- .. Cllr' Ii If I t Magic Washing Stick I This is something new to hoeiwI e-3 hsomething they have wainted .i their lives, s but never could get before. It makes it pos. I sible to do the heaviest, hardest washing in less an one-half the time it took by old Smethods, and It elininates all rubbIng and mum. Scular effort. No washing machine is needed. Nothing but this siemple little preparation, I Iwhich Is absolutely harmless to the finest abrics white, colored or woolen. It makes the I hardest task of the week a pleasant pastime a delightful occupation. You will be ded lighted at the clean, spotless, snow-white clothes that come out of the rinsing water;, and all without any effort on your part. The Magic Washing Stick does it all-and remember, e without injury to the most delicate goods colored or white, woolens, blankets, lace cur d talus, etc. Contains no acids, no alkalIes, no it poisonous Ingredients to make its use dan* gerous. 15 washings 25 cents. Sold by all Druggists and Grocers every. where. If yours doesn't handle it, show him this ad-he'll get it for you. Or send 25e in stamps to A. S. RICHARDS CO., Sherman, Texan Arkansas Distributors n PLUNKETT JARRELL 650. CO., Little Rock, Arkansas-Adv. g6 - ------ -~ 1e Briefly Explained. In "Why haiive you minlled thiis corn the ie Jack-rabbit variety?" "Long ears." A HINT TO WISE WOMEN. Don't suffer torture when all female of troubles will vanish in thin air after using "Femenina." Price Soc and $x.oo.-Adv. es It is what a clever dionluatist doesn't say tlhalt makes him clever. DO YOU HAVE SICK HEADACHE I Who of us does not sufferattimes Sfrom this awful pain? Allare sub Sject to it-a disordered stomach, ainactive liver, constipation are causes. But headaches are mere n warnings of something more se rious. Reed the warning, take Dr. THACHER'S rLiver and Blood 1 Syrup I and head off the more serious ail. I ments. This preparation positive ly relieves all erils of constipa - tion and itskindred disorders, and restores the system to its normal v. condition-gently but thoroughly. Get a bottle todlay. Two sizes, 50s and $1. All dealers. -ý APPENDICITIS If on have been threatened or have GALISTONW INI.IGBYTION. GAS or Paine In the E le slde writetforvaaable Book ofl forUatIoIIU 5.. a. owsuIs. DPr. W wss S. DaiassoI sr..citae LV. Igl68n aT Bnd!a. nat*, m.,Dus. Li"ROUGH on RATS_" r i. . " ad. ,st ___ W. N. U., LITTLE ROCK, NO. 40..191.