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WORKING WOMEN Some Have to Keep on Until Rec They Almost Drop. How I - Mrs. Conley Got Help. Here is a letter from a woman who had to work, but was too weak and suf fered too much to continue. How she regained health:- Fri Frankfort, Ky.-"I suffered so much splei with female weakness that I could not scarf do my own work, equa had to hire it done. Cone I heard so much creal aboutLydiaE.Pink. l'ari ham's Vegetable the 1 Compound that I TI triedit. Itookthree fon bottles and I found hem it to be all you silve claim. Now Ifeel as well as ever I didand am able to do all my own work again. I recommend it to any woman suffering from female weakness. You may pub lishmy letter if you wish."-Mrs.JAMES CONLEY,516 St. Clair St,Frankfort,Ky. No woman suffering from any form of female troubles should lose hope until she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound a fair trial. This famous remedy, the medicinal ingredients of which are derived from native roots and herbs, has for forty I years proved to be a most valuable tonic and invigorator of the female organism. All women are invited to write to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medi cine Co., Lynn, Mass, for special advice,-it will be confidential. "I)r." is an abbreviation used to ex press the relation between Ipatients and physicins. A NEGLECTED COLD Is often followed by pneumonia. Be fore it is too late take Laxative Quini-! dine Tablets. Gives prompt relief In cases of Coughs, Colds, La Grippe and Headache. Price 25c.-Adv. Cause and Effect. "I see sIhoes are g;(inlg iii)." ''T'hat's why the Ipeople are kicking." WOMAN'S CROWNING GLORY is her hair. If yours is streaked with ugly, grizzly, gray hairs, use "La Cre ole" Hair Dressing and change it in the natural way. Price $1.00.-Adv. IDouglasville, N. J., has a dwelling occupied continuously for 2I0 years. STOP THOSE SHARP SHOOTING PAINS "Femenina" is the wonder worker for all female disorders. Price 5z.oo and Soc. Adv. Marrying for money is albout as easy a w«ay nt to get it as to gamble for it. Nerves All On Edge? Just as nerve wear is a cause of kidney bo weakness, so is kidney trouble a cause ho of nervousness. Anyone who has back- tir ache, nervousness, "blues," headaches, bu dizzy spells, urinary ills and a tired, ha worn feeling, would do well to try Doan's Kidney Pills. This safe, relia- ta ble remedy is recommended by thou t sands who have had relief from just such troubles. fr An Arkansas Case to Mrs. Roy Robi- be son. 203 Grand regrSary' dl Ave ., Texarkana, b Ark., says: "My back was in such bad shape I couldn't get around. I couldn't stoop or lift. I suffered from head aches and dizzy spells and felt all worn out. The kid ney secretions were unnatural and passed too fre quently. Dan's Kidney Pills rid me of all this trouble and now my kid neys do their work as they should. CGe Dean's at Any Store, S0e a Beo DOAN'S I ',4 I av POSTER.MILBURN CO. BUFFALO. N.Y. The Army of Constipation Is Growing Smaller Every Day. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS are responsible - they not onlygiverelief CARTERS - they perma- ITTLE nentlycure Cor IVER stipation, Mil- PILLS. lions use them for Biliotuses,, Indigetion, Sick Headache, Sallow Skin. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICL Genuine must bear Signature Every Woman Wants FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissoehd in watet for donches steps pelvic catart, ulceration and inflam nuation. iReoammended by Lydia L Pinkham Med. Co, for ten eanr. A bohing wonder for asal catarrh, sore throetand sore yes. EcoaoumiCLCI AHAIR BALSAM atolet 1tp515rl05 of merit. Helps to eradcarte dandruff. For Retor Color & sautrytoGravortFadedlafr 500. and SLOS at Drugglati. "BOUGtI@ARATS"' Bats, W. N. U., LITTLE ROCK, NO. 45.-igiS. In Woman's Realm Reception Gown, the Idea of a Western Designer, Is Worth Com parison With Any That Has Been Sent to This Country From Paris-Some of the Latest Ideas in Bags Are Simple but Extremely Pretty. From a western designer came this splendid reception gown and royal scarf, along with several others of equal rank in the realm of clothes. Compnrison would not be odious to its creator, even in the establishmeints of Paris, where everyone expecrts t t tind the utmost in evening dress. The under-pettleout of white chlf fon has a fringe of bealds, and the hem is bordered with rows of nirrow silver rilbbon with picit edge. Small :·`:·j ~: ~,,,, ~z~ci:i:i:-':-: -··:'·;···"~·:·. 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There is a fringe of erumine tails across the back. They are tied at the front with a henvy silk cord, and the handlsomest of head tassel.s finish its long ends. They arce one of the several details of a toilette which offers no chance for criticism. The slippers are of silver tissue worn with white silk stockings. There is always something new to be found in bags. All one has to do to fnid a novelty is to loot in the right quarter. Siome of these sets are rather simple affairs whichl will serve for very prac t ical ruse. alnd saome of them are of rich nmaterials irn fanciful design, evidently intelnaded to emibellisLh an afternoon or evening ti ilette. An exitrple of each is soui n in the picture above. The bag ofa gray veltmrs and black velvet atcn ilaes ex:actly it srn:all lhat with tat ariix a oaf vetuclrs rand brilm of velvet. Any milliner aRid almost any clever amateur will be able to make a set like this. The bag is a circular piece of material with three triangles of velvet set on it, and the flowers are outlined with little heads andi filled in with em broidery silk. Small rings are sewed at intervals about the edge. and the bag is closed by a heavy silk cord that runs through them. This cord also serves for carrying it. The second set is made of a rich striped silk with gold threads wrought in with the pattern and finished with odd ornaments of silk and gold. It is so oriental looking that it hns been called the East Indian., andl the name fits perftectly. There is a turban (with a plain top) in which the striped silk is wrapped about the coronet, and two ornamentts dangle from cords at the silde. The bag in this set is joined to a girdle. both made of the striped silk lined with plain silk. J44& gor Dmonrtant to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle oft CASTORIA, that famous old remiedy f9r infantaand chiliren, and see that it Bears the Slpaature at nla Use for Over 30 Yars. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Cuba annually imports about 6O)0, 000,000 cubic feet of lumber. BAD COMPLEXION MADE GOOD When All Else Fails, by Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Trial Free. If you are troubled with pimples, blackheads, redness, roughness, itching and burning, which disfigure your com plexion and skin, Cuticura Soap and Ointment-will do much to help you. The Soap to cleanse and purify, the ºOintment to soothe and heal. Free sample each by mail with Book. Address postcard, Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston. Sold everywhere.-Adv. Money is uiseful us a servant, but tyrannical as ;a imaster. 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. 5o cents. Lazy men are dead to the world, but they renmain unburied. DON'T PUT IT OFF. If you are suffering from Dizziness, Headaches, Biliousness, Constipation or Sour Stomach, take one BOND'S LIVER PILL at bedtime tonight. You will wake up well, without any un pleasant "after effects." BOND'S PILLS are sold on their genuine merit, and never fail to please those who use them for Malarial troubles. They are Small, Mild, Safe, Inexpensive. 25e All Druggists.-Adv. Card playing can't he very wicked, as not one heart in the deck is black. Every woman's pride, beautiful, clear white clothes. Use Red Cross Ball Blue. All grocers. Adv. Luck may be a good servant, but as a master his pay dlays are uncertain. 'Always proud to show white clothes. Red Cross Ball Blue does make them white. All grocers. Adv. Yet there imust be some pleasure )n Iheling a model citizen. One mistake many women make m s aein buying coffee You know how hard it is to get a coffee which really satisfies you. You know how seldom you can find a jfi,,,ws uy. coffee which has the same fine taste and strength hs has os every morning! It can be done. You can do it if, allits stan'tA when you buy coffee, you are careful not to make the mistakes so many women make. Read the ex periences below-you yourself have undoubtedly had % one or both of them. Beware of loose coffee Are you buying coffee which you get loose, coffee which hasn't been protected by a sealed package? Are you afraid that it isn't clear? Has it lost its aroma? ona Are you often disappointed in its strength? h AsrbAuckA It isn't the grocer's fault. With loose coffee he can't be Pac k Ap sure that it is the same kind he got before. You always run sir nfi M the risk of getting different coffee every time you buy. ArbucIkls'is And even if the coffee Itself were the same, it can't be "a ys s kept "loose" without losing its strength and flavor. a sno In packages-protected! You can do away with every one of these disappointments byorderingthecoffeewhichoverone millionotherfamiliesdrink. Arbuckles' Coffee is such good coffee that way back in the sixties, when all other coffees on the market were loose and unprotected, Arbuckle Bros. protected theirs in sealed packages. This sealed package keeps the coffee's strength, and guards it from moisture and store odors. Most important TA. Tght ,a of all, it makes it easy for you to be sure that you are getting the same good coffee every time you buy. The second mistake women make '" f Nfll pt elew Arbuckles' Old coffee with new names Are you continually being offered the same old coffee under new names ? Under all sorts of new blends - Did you ever stop to think of the hundreds of coffees which come and go on the market? And that all of these have tried to turn women away from Arbuckles' Coffee? Arbuckles' is the coffee which has gone right out, always under its own name, never disguised, and held its users simply on the wonderful value it gave. You know what good valu6 a coffee must be to do this against the competition of all theT wron wa other coffees in America ! Used in a million homes t ' , a" Settle, for all time, your coffee problem, by giving your Ut rf undarh4 family the only coffee which over a million families havepas proved to have the real coffee taste they want. In When you get Arbuckles' Coffee you get an entirely dif ferent coffee. No other coffee goes through the same process -in no other coffee can you get the same good flavor. The result of the care Arbuckle Brothers take in selecting it, in roasting and in packaging it, gives you an entirely different coffee from any other on the market. Order it from your grocer today. He has it, in either the k Whole&Bean or the new Ground. Try it. See why it is by far the most popular coffee in America. Arbuckle Brothers, 71-LR 2 Water St., New York. The riiht so vWR The Flavor Lasts! Rosy cheeks, bright teeth, good appetites and digestions - yes, the reward for the regular use of Wrigley's is benefit as well as pleasure! Sealed Tight - Kept Right wAPPES Write Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Chicago, for free copy of the Wrigley Gum-ption Book. Private Seal ihe gaards the ait ftm "Chew it after every meal I"