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Menand Women Have Kidney rouble and Never Suspect It. I J0T people do u(.t realize the alarm | Sincrease and irmurkable prevalency of "kidney disease. While kicin.ilim.'niei h are among the most common diseases that prevail, they are almost the last recognized by patients, who usually content them selves with doctoring the effects, while the original disease constantly under mines the system. Weak kidneys may cause lumbago, rheu matism, catarrh of the bladder, pain 01 I dull aehe in the back, joints or muscles, at times have headache m indigestion, as time passes you may have i sallow com plexion, puffy or dark circle* under the eyes, sometimes feel a* though you had heart trouble, mat have plenty of ambi tion but no strength, get weak and h e flesh, | Tf such conditions arc permitted to con tinue, serious results arc sure to follow; Kidney j’rouble in its very worst form may steal upon you. Tf you feel that your kidneys are the cause of your sickness or run down con dition, begin taking Dr. Kilmer's .Swamp Koot, the famous kidney, liver and blad der medicine, lieeausc ns soon as yom kid ncys are wall, they will help the other or gans to health. Tf you are already convinced that SwampHoot is what you need, you can purchase the icgular medium and large si/e bottle- at all drug stores. Don't make any mistake but remember the name. Dr. Kilmer's Sivninp-l’not. and the address, Hinghnmton, N. Y , which you will tind on every bottle. SPECIAL NOTE Y mi may obtain a sample sDo bottle of Swamp-Root by enclosing ten cent* to Dr. KAnier & t'o., Binghamton, X. They will also send \'ou a book of valuable information, containing many of the thousands of grateful letter* re ceived from nan and women who say they found Swamp Root to lie just the remedj neeiWd in kidney, livei anil bladder troubles. The value and success of Swamp Root are bo well known I hat our readers are advised to send for a sample si/e bottle. Address Dr. Kilmer & C.'o., Binghamton, X. Y. Be sure to say you read this offer in this paper.—Adv. Rich-Tone Is a Friend of Hie Wei “It Has Made Me Strong and Well Again.”—Says J. R. Martinez. He nriten: “liicIi-Tonc Im n wouder f.il mnedy for people olio nre weak nml lurking In vigor, nml till lliotse wlio «!e*lrc to guilt simiKili nml energy sliouhl take iIiIm truly fninonw tonic. If Iium given me perfect Iicnltli nml cureil me of iiilmeutM from wlileli I liml long Miiffcrctl/* Take RICH-TONE and gain new energy Ttlcli-Totie tuniccp more reil eorpu*»elt* enrlrlittiK nml purifying the 1 In I. •* con fill ii* .ill of tlie eli* me u I * are needed mimt In ir tnlrii*; , Mrcngtli mitl ilixor. ItV«• Ji — ,<* re .s the find tiers ew, renter .ipetlle, Induce* healthful I:*ep—■i i ;ni'N y ou till tliosie Ihli? .* . . u mi an energy nuil m*l| lu **et a bottle today — only f l.tlO ;il : !I drag More*. A. R. Richards Medicine Co., Sherman, Texas Baby's Clothes will he white as the driven snow when laundered if you use Red Cross Ball Blue It never streaks or spots the clothes, nor does it injure the most delicate fabric. All good grocers sell it; 5 cents a package. We Buy FURS~ #]I We pay high prices for furs, | iv M11 lx press and refund ||£j Pnice! Post charges, and Hi keep shipments five days after receiving, so as to give shippers a®# plenty of lime to accept or refuse ft-. - returns. It will pay you to deal with us. Send your futs to— gg .Jonesboro Hide & Fur Co. Jonesboro, Ark. Chin Verse. '•\ ott (■'.■■I to w rite \ i m - l" my 11:r:litV * 1 in.*' sluheil Mrv \111!y Pttse. “Well, now 1 1IIIISI write eulipletN." lie sail!. India Needs American Goods. 'Die fuel Hint I lie* Bombay Hleetrie Tramway c ompany. Bombay. Indin, re cently placed an order for Bin liain trucks in America on aeeounl of the advantageous prices quoted, indicates that there is further opportunity for the marketing in India of this and kindred lint's, BOSCHEE’S SYRUP. In these days of unsettled went look out for colds. Take every pre caution against the dreaded influenza and at the first t • remember that Bnsc'hro’s Syrup lias been used for fit'; ‘hiee years in all parts of the i States for coughs, bronchitis • •mi colds, throat irritation and espe cially for lung troubles, giving the patient a good night's rest, free from coughing, with easy expectoration in the morning. Made in America and kept as a household remedy in the homes of thousands of families nil over the civilized world. Try one bottle and accept no substitutes.—Adv. France Seeks Auto Travelers. !'ranee i-> making systematic plans to at taro! the automobile tourist. Na tional ricads will have red-painted mite stones and large blue enameled plates with the" direction of the next town and its distance displayed in big white letters. Women are now wearing “chok* rs.” Husbands will please take warning. There are good native and natural bed citizens of America and then there are denatured citizens. Butter is g ii11_ up again, indicating that the cows have been feeding on “red" propaganda. Antiaircraft guns are powerless to bring ilmvn (lie soaring, visionary ideas that blur the sun. Could there not tie a little collective bargaining for lower price;* of every thing? An Eastern Flight. A Itrilisli airman recent 1> (lew in one daj from Mosul, on the upper Tigris, over the Syrian desert, to Cairo on the Nile, making three stop on tlie journey of l.iKM miles, reports Popular Mechanics Magazine. KEEP IT HANDY If you paid a spe< allst S2o.OO for a prescription, you would not get any thing that would give quicker relief for Croup, Catarrh, Colds, or Sore Throat, than VACI1KU HALM, winch only costs HOe in jars, or tubes. Write for Samples and Agent's Prices. Beware of imitations L. W. Vacln r. Inc., New Orleans, La.—Ah’. Tight Rope Bridge. \ bridge over the. Strinugar river, India, is niadi of onl> three ropes, one is ilie footpath. \* 11i 1»• tin* other two arc rails. . 3althy Chicks, More Eggs ..a&lsts MouUing—Good for Bowel Trouble and Other diseases m Young Fowls RESULTS GREAT COST SMALL f purchased a box of B. A. THOMAS’ POULTRY REMF.DY and began iced ng according t> directions. At that *ime my dock of 42 lions were only laying five to ten eggs per day. Today, or.e week from date of pur chase, I am getting eighteen eggs per day. Mrs. FANNY MOORE, Alms, Neb. B. A. THOMAS’ STOCK REMEDY. Makes healthy, thrifty stock. Keeps them free of worms. A medicine, not a food. Very economical. B. A. Thomas" Hog Powder “ Saves the Bacon" PARKIS’ COLIC REMEDY. For horse colic. The easy way. No drench- j ir.g. A child can give it. 013 KENTUCKY MANUFACTURING CO. . PADUCAH, KY. I IVOOVtRATSD --- —---i ARKANSAS BAPTIST STATE CONVENTION LITTLE ROCK SCENE OF MEET ING-WANT ENFORCEMENT OF PROHIBITION LAW. DR. L. E. BARTON PRESIDENT Geo. W. Puryear and Allen Winham Chosen as Vice Presidents, J. A. Brown Elected Secretary—Dr. J. P. Runyan Is Treasurer. I.iltle Itock, — At tiie opening Hea rten of the Arkansan Baptist State Convention the Committee on Temp erance urged a tightening of the lines on bootleggers and moonshin ers, alleging that men engaged in making and selling liquor have been openly defiant of the law. Dr. L. E. Barton was re-elected president of the convention; George W. Puryear, Jonesboro, and Allen Winham, Texarkana, vice presidents; J. A. Brown, Texarkana, secretary Dr. J. P. .Runyan, Little Rock, tn . - urer; II. G. Pugh, Little Rook, audi tor. It was rep it 21 new pas tors have hoi a i nrolled during the past year. file Commi'/ee on Sabbath Obser vance reported tint in many cases the significance of tin Sabbath has boon lost sight of. The report on the Baptist Advance, the official publica tion, showed an increase in circula tion from 5,000 to 12,000 during the yea r. j.Most ley, Sunday school seerc ♦ -1r. p-ported tin* organization of iss Baptist Young Peoples' Union; 125 teachers* training classes con-; ducted during the year; 250 lectures delivered and 500 diplomas awarded. Tiie annual m nnon was preached b\ ;ht Ilex B. 5*. KV'-guson of Fort Smith. ||is subject was ‘ Romo Things Tnvoiv d in the Mind of Christ.” The report of school and colleges, read bv U<-\ C K. Dickens, includes the Ouachita College report, showing a:i attendance of 202 so far this year —127 boys and 1*55 girls. The insti tinn now has 25 ministerial students, against 25 last year More than f>0 applications from gills have in eti re jected for want of accommodations. On account of the crowded condition 1n Arkadi Iphia it is impm sible to ac commodate main hoys. JUST PAR V(;RAPHS. Russellville.—President Hugh frits „f the Second District Agricultural school inis received notice from the vocational training department Hint iiO additionaj disabled soldiers have been assigned to the Russellvile school for schooling and vocational training. Newpoi’t The forty fi3*st. annual state convention of the Arkansas Woman's Cliristrian Temperance Un inn convened in this city recently. Mrs. Minnie V Rutherford-Fuller of Magazine, us president, presided, and all officers of the society responded to roll call Hentnnvilln.- Repres* Motives of the O ark counties of Arkansas and Mis souri will meet in Joplin, Mo.. No vember 2,"> to consider plans for a na tional advertising campaign of the 0:.:i,k region as ;i health an i pleasure resort country. I.ifflo Rock Two additional in fantry companies of tie- Arkansas National Guard prob ldv will he nr gnnized seen at Hot St.i tugs "nd v k ndelphin, it was Raid at tho office o’ l.loyd Knglard. Fayetteville Tin quart rly ii.-prc t!„n <.f 11;e r ■ 1 -' Battalion. Univer sity of At Kansas, wits Hindi Not' in nor 17 liv Maj W (1 Jon* s, assistant to the ‘listrii t military inspector, w ith ‘alien at \u ‘tie.. Tex. Springdale. The IP v. Glcen Tem ple. who is walking from Seattle, Wash., to Jai l . onville. Fla . preached h.ero lie lelt S atllo 1 ti months ago. and expects to reach Jacksonville in six months Jonesboro. T. J Parker of Linl 1 Hock vvas elected secretary of ?tw Jonesboro Chn nber of Commerce o' tlds city for three years. Th > Cham hot of Commerce has not hau a per manent secretary since the resigna tion of Luther Flllson last Match. Pine Bluff.- It Carnahan, member of the First Baptist Church of Pine Bluff, has subscribed $10,000 to the Baptist $75,000 >>rt0 campaign. This t- to h • p nd in in tailm nts of $2.<1i)0 :t year for five years Ti e quota for thi church i.- approximately $10,000, Magnolia.- Jordan Jameson, negro, >0 years old. who shot and killed Sheriff !V K. (Ireer if tills county , was lynch'd, being (turned on tin- public square. Bentonville. Mike Lindsey, P.ie son of Prank Lindsey of the Beattie n*'lgh*K>rhood, has been awarded the French Croix do Guerre. Mena Ono-foutth acre of ground planted in sweet potatoes bv J if M'~.e, a Polk ’ouaty truck gardner, -istded 104 bushel*. i '•* — ATT Pine Bluff.—M. F. McCrary 'of Ash down was elected moderator and R'V. Hugh Robertson, pastor of the Pres byterian church at McGee, was nam' d persiding ciork of the sixty-seventh seventh annual session of the synod of Arkansas which held its sessions j here at the First Presbyterian church. I Approximately 100 ministers and rul ing elders from all parts of the state were in attendance. Little Rock. -Dr. R. M. Gow, sta*o veterinarian, has announced that 10 counties will be released from the tick quarantine on December 1. Thoso to be released are: Pulaski. Saline, Arkansas, Lincoln, Drew, Cleveland, Pike. Howard. Sevier, Polk and Little River, while 210 square miles will be released in Miller county, 450 square miles in Clark, 850 square miles in White and 350 aqua: mites in I’rai rio. Fayetteville.—At the six public hearings conducted in Northwest Ar kansas by Dr. J. A. Elliott, secretary of the State Plant Board, and George G. Becker, chief inspector for t]c> . board, the apple growers of Bentor and Washington counties placed ti m selves on record as being behind the Plant Board if regu'- Me. arc passed which will reei A .struction of cedar trees jr. M apple belt. T.iit! • Rock'.- The Industrial Trans T- ml ion Company, with headquarters in Washington, I). C., lias bought the old Weil packing plant, foot of East Sixth street, and has renovated and equipped it to handle 100 head of hogs and 100 l*ad of cattle per day. The coni pa iv expects to spend tt"»00,- j 000 in enlarging and pi fleeting the J packing plant capacity. Fort Smith. One hundred and six ty four candidates were initiated I with the fust rank into the Knights of ‘ Pythias Lodge at the district onven | tic.n of that organization held here. A feature of the gathering was the an- j notmeemont that A1 Hasson Temple, . Knights of Khorrosan, of the Pythian j organization, would he remov'd from I.iGle Rock to Fort Smith. Lit tie Rock- Judge Trieber has ad- j mitted to citizenship the following: j It. Mrndell, T. Tint. Will bun Miller, 1 lei '■ hod Miller, E. Kocourek. Martini ISnumn. Otto Kaufman, Abraham \ Lindenberg, Gustave Koenen, Steph- I i n Zdnavitcli. John Louis Moix, Ru- j dolf Bosshardt, Richardson Frederick! Frick. A. Lindstrom, Walter Wilheim | and Rudolph Kull. Washington.—June P. Wooii n of Little Rock was nominated by Presi dent Wilson to he United States at torney for ttie Eastern District of \rkansas Andrew Jackson Walls of Little Rock was renominated United States marshal. John II. Parker of Fort Smith was nominated United States marshal for the Western Dis trict of Arkansas. Little Rock School children af fected with epilepsy cannot be sus pended front attendance at public schools in Arkansas unless the fro quency of their attacks become a nui sance to the other pupils, according to an 'opinion prepared by Attorney General Arbuckle at the request of James L Bond, superintendent of pub lic instruction. Jonesboro. \ very interesting ses sion of the district meeting, Kn\:hts of Pythias, was held here with Su preme Chancellor Davis and sevaral of the grand offices of the state pres ent A huge number of members from visiting lodges v.s re present, and took part in the meeting. Fayetteville. With the exception of an official survey to definitely es tabli-h all boundaries, the work of planning and platting the te w farm of the University of Arkansas is about completed, according to D* an Martin Nelson of the College of Agri '•uiture. Lillie Rn, k -The following addi tional oi fivers in the National Gu:td leserve were announced lccently: (’ant Kdward K. Hooper, field anil lery; First Lieut, and Chaplain John N. It. Score and First Limits. of In fanny Frank It Freeman and John K. Vaughan, Russellville. — -Tlie Second I'(strict Agricultural school lias set a new high record for attendance, the en rnUm nt being 312. All rooms in the dormitories are filled and some of the vocational training students are liv ing placed in rooms on! in town. ld\thoville Nathan Barrett, aged 40, dropped dead on the street here. As Mr Barrett fell he exclaimed that he had b< en poisoned, but upon inves tigation Ivo packaur. s of heart tablets, a bottle ot paregoric util several pack ag> s of asperln were found upon him. Van Burnt G. 3. t’az' rt 'it Har old ton. one of the v. <v.b hi. st planter' tif this section, brought. 300 bale:, of cotton int > Van Huron rt tlm rate of Ml hales per day The cotton had been stoicd »n the C../.o.t place sinea 1917. Little Rack Several landowners of Jefferson counts appeared before the State 'tax Cot.rnmsion an 1 protest ’1 against an increase In the saluatlon > real estate. whleti the comm has lntixftcd will be made. Rates’ ilb’. Committees have been appointed bj tile county chairman on ♦ ho sale of Christmas seals in Inde pendence county, and the seals dia tributed to tho workers. Little Hock.—The deer and turkey 1 mason has opened In Arkansas. -I suHerediernUy from stand it. Someone recommended Hunt u*"™* -u-r ., XaHi wu'"Pf|1unt'l“Ughtnmg 0U uTcerta'nly a wTr^erlul pa.n ml,ever,” say. jfea one ot its many enthunasUc users. , , WfflB iSSS ,heV° ra£S> RemernberThe name, Hunt's Lightning Oil, and get a 3Sc or 70c bottle iK from your drug .lore. You w.ll neve, regret ,t. T_ A. B. Richards Medicuse Company. Inc. Sherman. Ta as mVMY' . MMSttlTRIIIMP '-Ifc INF LU E14 Z A — — ..... Fever, Epirootlo And all <!i • • u»e horse affecting his throat cured; eolt and horses in the same stable kept from hav them by using SPOILS s COMPOlADi to Uosm n dire. Safe for brood marcs, baby colts, stallion* il ages and conditions. Most skillful scientific ' pound" >1*011 VS is sold by your druggist. •1*011 \ MEDICAL CO.. Mfra., Goshen, Ind. ■jtLEBRJTE XMAS THE BB5ZELWAY Get this Assortment CO S*f£.“n'i ®,an'* of FIKEYftORtt-S ullij within the Low BBOY8! this outfit is prepared especially to on to you to celebrate a real i**tmas this year. This irful assortment (worth my retail store) meets all pnts of law governing Bale rUs. Consists of 2 largo per balloon*. 6 par kb flro ©rscsert, * coiorra ur« v ••• - ,» 12 3*.inch I’ana Salutes. 1 da. go early riser bomb, &J Jap torpedoes, 1 colored etar mia*. .1 p.reosnignc f reworks, 4': gj.arklers, 12 piece* ntgg'T chasers. 1 Tileeea sun of a gun, 12 piece* grasshoppers, i- pieces pin wheel*. .12 gn.ikes in graft*. 1 doz. cra/y cracker stick* and 1 bond!© of punk. Ail complete in a aeaS wood box. A da>'» t in forth« whole family. Jou rnn't beat it for variet y. quantity, quality and pn<w. Express igglow these dayuso better order now—tion « Uurboaklet of celebration free, a?nd lor Itaits. BRA7.EL NOVELTY MEG. CO. 1909 Ella Street Cincinnati. Ohio Men Are Earning From $100 to $1,000 Per Week in l!ii“ c'litifr con-*>rn. ARE YOi’ 'iOO BUSY TO MAKE MONEY' Jfn. t v.-rito us for full particulars, Territory alloted to salesmann^ers and representatives. ( ln.-inff territory rapidly. Write 8ALESM ANAGER, 409 Burton Building, Fort Worlb, Texas Ft*, S"rt POSITIVELY RfMOVrOSy IT. Bcrrr'.v JJLj u I | \ Kr.o. « otie.n.. I ..... TBt,t. by I'LlfMCO " " 1 <• If. f»..c ll.-.-rry ItkUUk.U Co., 2975 Michigan AvaniM, Ctllcso. $10 a Day Easy in spur* time taking: orders for guaranteed Pioneer tailored toorder men’s clot he*. Wonder ful opportunity. Y<..i invent nothing. Wo train you. No extras. Express or parcel post prepaid. 0 Complete outfit Free. '/ Your own clothes Free Big cash profits. Write us today. Great Western TaiioringCo. Dept. 177, Jackson Elvd. S Green St., Chicago ustIn to ambitions voice Desirable Companion May Fail to Cal! Again if She Is Not Accorded Recognition. Must young people seem to think that ambition is a quality that is horn in one ami which cannot lie materially changed, hut the greatest ambition may lie materially injured in many differ ent ways. The habit of procrastina tion. of postponing, the Intbit of pick ing out of the easier tasks and putting off the ditlicult ones, for example, will very seriously impair the ambition. Whatever affects the ideals affects the ambition. Vmldtion often begins very early to knock for recognition. If we do not heed its voice, if it gets no encourage ment after appealing to us fur years, it gradually cease, to trouble US, be cause. like any other unused quality or function, it deteriorates or disappears when unused. lie caret ul libw you discourage or refuse to heed that inner voice which commands you to go forward, for if you do it w ill become b >s ami less in sistent until finally ii will cease to prod you, and when ambition is dead deterioration lias sei in.—Kiniii “Ambi tion ami Suei i s,,” iij <trisoii Swell Mni den. \u man would '.miiii his wife to act as do some women to whom he makes eyes. f " . HEADACHE Often Caused by leid* Stomach Yea. indeed, more often than • i think. Hecaus* ACID-STOMACH, start • v.rh ini digestion, heartburn, belching, ? • 1-repeat ing. bloat and gaa. If not check- 1 will even tually affect every vital organ of ih- body. Severe, blinding, splitting h-aT . h « are] th-refore. of frequent occurrence a result ot' this upset condition. Take EATONIC. It quickly banirh-s acid atomach with its sour bloat, pain and gas. It aids digestion—helps the h full strength from every mouth?.t . * food you eat Millions of people tr . rable, weak, sick and ailing because t ACID STOMACH. Poisons, created b> • rtly di gested food charged with acid, r -,rbed into the blood and distribu , ighout the entire system. Tiiis often - .*■. rheu matism. biliousness, cirrhosis liver. h°. rt trouble, ulcer** and *>v of the stomach. It robs its victi? hf-lr h-nlth. undermines the -ti ths most vigorous. if you want to get back >■ i: • ysical anl mental strength—be full nd v>gor—enjoy life and be hap;;. u must g-t rid of j our add-stomach. In EATONIC you will find th ve-y help you need and It's guaranteed. F g« t a big 50c box from your druggist t • v If it fails to please you. return it n 1 h will refund your money. L CrbK YSUR ACID-STOMACH) EXPERT KODAK FINISHERS Do you want better finishing and the beat servme? Send us > our next roll of tit with 25c aud we will send you bix art pi iota. w. h. McIntosh & son 27 N. Block St. Fayetteville, Ark. HIS SCHEME DIDN'T WORK This Colonel Evidently Was Wise a* to the Foxy Ways of H s Junior Officers. fn the regular army it is one o tin* customs of tlie service, when at a teg- , ttlar tinny post, for the junior otlicers to (till upon the senior officers. To comply with this custom without mak ing the calls, the Junior ollieer fre quently waits n111 il he know - the senior ollieer is away and then calls at his home and leaves a card. One night when I was stationed at a 1 >•»-1 in Texas, l saw the colonel downtown, and on my way home stopped at tie* colonel's quarters and put my ard under the door. I was just leaving the porch when I noticed a ear at the gate and on closer inspect ion I noted that the colonel was Iti the ear and was awaiting me at tile gate laughingly said: “Kind of lute to make a call, isn't it, Lieut.?” This I • me one of tlie colonel's best slnrit sad to vay that I was more than "m'* embarrassed would be putting il mdd. Kx'ehatlge. Leaf people should enjoy : T health than others, ns they do m>t catch everything going. lie is a mean man who will not P a sharp ax for his wife to chop 1 "I with. ...—t Jumpy, Irritable, Frazzled Nerves— whencaused by coffee—are help ed to become normal, healthy nP1"VP5 whpn Tt rhnrjcJp icmnHo fr» II i his wholesome table beverage with a rich aromatic, ccffee like flavor is deliciously satisfy ing, economical, and respects both health and pocketbook. Made by Postum Cereal Company Battle Creek, Michigan ^ t I Sold by Grocers and General Stores '* !