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What Ails You There's a "V.V." rem edy at your drug store or general store--a rem edy that's time-tested and merit-proved by the Van Vleet-Mans field Drug Co., of Mem phis-the South's lead ing wholesale drug house. The Shield That Protects 'You Look for the "V. V." label on all medicines and buy. accessories you Van Vleet-Mansfield Drug Co. South's Largest Wholesale Druggiste. Memphis, Tenn. Kodak Finishings Films developed. Any size, 15c per roll, prints 4c to 6c each. Post cards, 7c each; enlargements from kodak negatives, 30c to $2 each, according to size. Good work and prompt service guaranteed. Mail Orders Solicited. JUNGKIND PHOTO SUPPLY CO. 824 Main Street > • Little Rock, Ark. Not Only For Chills, Fever and Malaria BUT A FINE GENERAL TONIC .UaWeeUbr m> Cnssfet,wi*sAt<kar Fete»« Ca..bMlwtU«.Kr.' NOT A CASE FOR SURGEON Ambitious Medical Student Was Slight ly Too Precipitate in Jumping to His Conclusions. "After the first crash," imparted the first hospital surgeon to the sec ond, "I ran over to where it lay on the pavement; and when I raised it up, I saw at once that its ribs were smashed, while a gaping hole was torn in its—" "Pardon me, doctor," broke in the medical student, who had caught these words as he was about to pass by into the consumptive ward, "but if yon have no objections. I'd like to take a few notes ou that accident case." He pulled his notebook from his pocket. "Was the case a child?" "No," the surgeon informed 1dm to his embarrassment. "1 was speaking of my umbrella."—Science and Inven tion. Babies in Bunches. The prediction is made by Prof. Charles Kirschoff, a foreign savant, that during the next six years twins, triplets and even quadruplets will be commonly experienced. He says that the birth of a single will be a rarity. He sees all this In the position of some planets. The well man often forgets the sick nan's promises. Do you discriminate at the dining table—or are you thoughtless? In thousands of homes, a "line" is drawn at the breakfast table. Tea or coffee is served for "grown-ups" and Postum for children. But some parents do not discrimin ate. Caffeine and tannin, the injurious contents of coffee and tea, seriously retard the development of the delicate nerve tissues In children. Consequently, instead ©f rich, satisfying Postum, children are over stimu-, toted by the drugs in tea and coffee; and so may grow up irritable and nervous. Any doctor can tell you that this is a great evil and should be corrected. Although some par ents feel a certain justifi cation for the personal indulgence in coffee, yet the harm to them may be equally serious. It may take a little while longer for the drugs in coffee and tea to affect Postum for Health 'There's a Reason HAD THE COLORS OF BOTH Young Laÿy, It Might Be Imagined, Would Be Noticeable in Al most Any Company. Some alumni folks in Philadelphia were getting up a social function, when the secretary happened to men tion to one of the members the fact that a young woman from Boston named Higgins would attend. "Higgins isn't a very attractive name," lie said, "but the girl herself Is a beauty." "How shall I know her?" asked the other interested at once. "Well," said the secretary, "she's the only girl I know with Yale eyes and a Harvard complexion." Catch of Cod in Norway. The fatch of cod In Norway for the season just ended is greater than in any one of the preceding four years. However, the value of the catch was about 22,000,000 crowns, as compared with a value of 45,000,000 crowns for the 1920 season. The total number of fish caught in 1921 was 39,000,000 ; the 1920 catch totaled 38,000,000. The selling price is considerably lower and the high cost of equipment and oils mokes the profit less than average. The operating expenses were at the same level as during the war. He whose wants are small always has enough. an ölder person, but in many cases the nervous system and allied bodily functions will become weakened. The surest way to avoid such pos sibilities is to quit coffee entirely and drink Postum instead. The change per mits you to get sound, restful sleep. Postum is the well known, meal-time bever age. Lake thousands of others you will like h be cause, in flavor, it is much like a high-grade coffee. Do away with the dis tinction at the table. Serve delicious Postum, piping hot, to all the fam ily. One week's trial and it is likely that you'll never return to tea and coffee. Postum comas in two forms: Instant Postum (in tins) made instantly in the cup by the addition of boiling water. Poetum Cereal (in packages of larger bulk, for those who pre fer to make the drink while the meal ia being prepared) made by boiling f ; for 20 minutes. TROUBLE CAUSES E E RACE RIOT AVERTED IN TENNES SEE MINING TOWN— SHOOTINÇ IS THE CAUSE. NE3R0 girl used shotgun White Children Were Injured When They Attempted To Use Spring Several Shots Were Fired Dur ing the Rioting. Chattanooga, Tenn. — Quiet reigns at Montlake, the mining town on Walker's Ridge, 20 miles east of Chat tanooga, the scene of a near race riot. No further trouble is expected; iii fact, there are no negroes left in the vil lages; there is no one to have trouble with. Negro miners numbering between 50 aqd 75 fled as soon as the trouble be tween the races broke out, and they declare that they will never return Many left their possessions in the i cabins. ■When the posse of deputies from Chattanooga arrived they found all oi the negro cabins empty, save that oi Henry Clipper. This family was barri caded in the cabin, which was sur rounded by 150 miners armed with shotguns, rifles and pistols, threaten lng to lynch Clipper and his family The officers arrested the Clippet family and brought them here to jaii and they are being held for further in vestigation. I The riot broke out when Jewell Clij per, eight-year-old negro girl, shot an», seriously wounded Edna Barnem, 12 year-old white girl. The trouble arose over the disputed rights of a spring near the village. It is charged that Henry Clipper bought the shotgun used by his daughter and instructed her to shoot anyone who came about the spring. Several shots were fired during the riot, but no one was injured save the little Barnem girl and two of her sis ters, who were slightly wounded. The little victim is peppered with buck shot, and when brought to a hospital here, was found to be in a serious con dition, but her physicians report she is resting easily and with a good chance to recover. World Conference Indorses League. London.—A mesage from President Harding was read at the session of the world Methodist conference, stating that he felt ''greatly encouraged by the conference's recognition of his ef forts to promote peace by removing the causes of war and the inspiring promises of the assistance of the Methodist Church to this dc-sirable end." The conference also indorsed the league of nations by an almost ud animous vote. It French Strike Spreads. Lille, France.—Textile workers of Lille, Roubain and Turcolng have struck as a protest against a cut In wages. Metal workers, municipal em ployes, street cleaners and cafe and restaurant workers Joined in the strike. The strikers number about 60,000. Trouble In Cuban House. Havana.—Disorders arising from a clash between Representatives Juan Espinosa and Lucilo de la Pena result ed in a challenge being sent by Espi nosa to his opponent in the dispute and brought the session of the lower house of Congress to an abrupt close. Gen. Pershing Sails. New York.—General Pershing was a passenger on the steamship Paris, sailing for France, where he will be stow posthumously upon an unknown French soldier the- congressional medal of honor recently authorized by Congress. Government "Drive" Netted Millions. Washington. — Collection of approx imately 612,000,000 in delinquent and additional sales and miscellaneous taxes Wy the government as a result oi a special drive ending September 3 was announced by Commissioner Blair. Student Offers to Sell Himself. Chicago.—Syd Carlsten, a student at the University of Illinois, offered to sell himself fof one year for |1,200 to any one who advances him the money to complete his college course this year. He stated that he would sell his services for any purpose and would try to'do anything that was of fered. Bavarian Cabinet Quits. Munich, Bavaria.—The entire Ba varian cabinet has resigned. Battleship to Army for Tests. Washington.—Battleship Alabama, which is to be used by the army air service as a target, was turned over by the navy at Philadelphia. Naval craft will tow her to Chesapeake Bay, where the fcembing tests will take place off Tangier Island. Quebec tv Remain Wet. T ''bee.—The city of Quebec voted ltse' c >-et by an overwhelming major ity mated at 12,000, in a total poll of 26 000. women WHO CANNOT WORK Read Mrs. Corley's Letter and Benefit by Her Experience Edmund, S.C.—"I was run down with nervousness and female trouble and suf fered every month. I! I was not able to do any work and tried a lot of medicine, bat got no relief. I saw your medicine adver tised in a little book that was thrown in my door, and I had not taken two bottles of Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound before I could see it was help ing me. 1 am keeping house now and am able to do all of my work. I cannot say enough for your medicine. It has done more for me than any doctor. I have not paper enough to tell you how much it has done for me and for my friends. You may print this letter if you wish." — Elizabeth C. Corley, care of A. P. Corley, Edmund, S. C. Ability to stand the strain of work is the privilege of the strong and healthy, but how our hearts ache for the weak and sickly women struggling with their daily rounds of household duties, with backaches, headaches, nervousness and almost every movement brings a new pain. Why will not the mass of letters from women all over this country, which we have been publishing, convince such women that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound will help them just as surely as it did Mrs. Coriey ? For Freedom. Convict—"I'm here for having five wives." Visitor—"How are you en joying your iilxyty?" WHY DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND SWAMP-ROOT For many years druggists have watched with much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder medi cine. It is a physician's prescription. Swamp-Root is a strengthening medi cine. It helps the kidneys, liver and blad der do the work nature intended they should do. Swamp-Root has stood the test of years. It is sold by all druggists on its merit and it should help you. No other kidney medicine has so many friends. Be sure to get Swamp-Root and start treatment at once. However, if you wish first to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper.— Advertisement. ' Four-fifths of the world's halibut supply Is captured in Pacific coast waters. Lake Superior is the world's largest body of fresh, water. Its urea is 31, 800 square miles. Yes it's toasted, of course. To seal in the flavor— ^luickyN STRIKE k CIcffl'i.ETTE Women Made Young Bright eyes, a dear skin and a body full of youth and health may be yours if you will keep your system in order by regularly taking GOLD MEDAL Manan a The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles, the enemies of life end looks. In nee since 1696. All druggists, three sizes. Leek for fee memo Gold Medsl oo every bo* W. N. U-, LITTLE ROCK, NO. 39-1021 I a CALOMEL DYING FAST IN SOUTH "Dodson's Liver Tone" Is Taking the Place of Dangerous, Sickening Drug. You're bilious, sluggish, constipated and believe yon need vile, dangerous calomel to start your liver and clean your bowels. Here's Dodson's guarantee ! Ask you druggist for a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone and take a spoonful tonight. If It doesn't start ,your liver and straight en you right up better than calomel and without griping or making you sick I want you to go back to the store and get your money. Take calomel today and tomorrow you will feel weak and sick and nau seated. Don't lose a day's work. Take a spoonful of harmless, vegetable Dodson's Liver Tone tonight and wake up feeling great. It's perfectly harm less, so give it to your children any time. It can't salivate so let them eat anything afterwards.—Advertisement. By Way of Explanation. "Ah !" sighed the presiding elder, "why do so few parents nowadays sing to their children?" "One reason I don't," replied Gap Johnson of Rumpus Ridge, "is that the last time I tried it they ganged me till their maw had to fling hot water on 'em to make 'em turn loose." —Kansas City Star. FOR SUMMER COLDS Use Vacher-Balm; it relieves at once. If we have no agent where you live, write to E. W. Vacher, Inc., New Orleans, La.—Advertisement. Useful Statistics. "I suppose Senator Snortsworthy has had a great deal of experience in telling disappointed constituents he couldn't get them a government Job." "Oh, yes. But the f senator sends most of them away in a more cheer ful frame of mind tl^an you'd expect." "How does he do that?" "He keeps a chart on his desk to show them they couldn't live on a government salary, anyhow."—Bir mingham Age-Herald. Fresh, sweet, white, dainty clothes for baby. If yoa use Red Cross Ball Blue. Never streaks or injures them. All good grocers sell it, 5c a package. —Advertisement. Discriminating. At a church lawn social, at' which most of the candies consisted of home made fudge given by the ladies of the church, a little miss was having dif ficulty in selecting the fifth penny's worth of candy to complete her pur chase. The saleslady, wishing to help her to decide, inquired if she would like some "of this nice, white fudge." The little girt gave one Took at it, and said : "Ugh. no, I believe my mamma made that." CATARRHAL DEAFNESS la greatly relieved by constitutional treat ment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafness la caused by an Inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eusta chian Tube. When this tube is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed Deafness Is the result. Unless the !n flaromatlon can be reduced, your hearin may be destroyed forever. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acts through the blood on the mucous surfaces of the sys tem, thus reducing the Inflammation and assisting Nature in restoring normal con ditions. Circulars free. AH Druggists. F. J Cheney A Co., Toledo. Ohio.—Ad vertisement His Job. "I thought you said your father was in the railroad business." "I did not. I said he was a depot master." "Yes, but isn'k that a railroad job?" "Not at all. He's depot master at a gasoline station." in as as I» Phonographs have Injured the mark et for parrots. Yes. it |f Maxwell House 'T w 1 S' MAXWELL HOUSE *° Also Maxwell House Tea W. 13 It drop - . CHEEK-NEAl COFFEE CO., haskviue . Hausion.JftptsEH»iUE.n-c»«M--h j 625-0C0 BOTTLES SOLD IN NEW YORK Biggest Thing of Kind Ever Seen in That State, Declares Big Wholesaler. The fact that 025.000 bottles of Tan lac have been sold in ihc state of New York since its introduction there less than one year ago, is a big business item that will attract unusual atten tion throughout the entire East, for nothing like* it lias ever happened lie fore. it breaks all records. Mr. George 11. Evans, manager of tin* Gibson-Snow Company, the well known wholesale druggists, with branches in Albany, Buffalo, Roches ter and Syracuse, recently announced that the preparation was now selling in their trade territories alone at the phenomenal rate of approximately 500, 000 bottles a year. "If the present rate continues," said Mr. Evans, "this rate alone will prob ably require considerably over 750,000 bottles a year. This is a tremendous figure, but I am really conservative in making this statement." Tanlae is sold by leading druggists everywhere.—Advertisement. Tables Made of Paper. Tables, chairs and other articles of furniture are now made from com pressed paper so colored and poNtfhed./ as to give it the appearance of the finest woods. 1 Why does it never occur to a boy that he will some day know* as little as his father? Sure 1 n IN DIGEST! Off CEJiJl 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief rell-ans i#FOR INDIGESTION <%boactfoijUy<AA KING PIN PLUG TOBACCO Known as "that rood kind" c Ihf itr-and you, will know why Children'« Ksgaklsr, fimraafird Ma-Mfcalie, w mmw. __ MRS. WBGIOW5 SYRUP Ik lafaahf aad CUW* IssainNf Children grow healthy and free tram colic, diarrhoea, flats lenc; constipation and other troubla I given It at teething time. Safe, pleasant—always brings re markable and graUlflng Molt*. At All Druggists / ECZEMA Money back without questir j If HUNTS GUARANTEED •KIN DISEASE REMEDIES. 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