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IN THESE trying times the utmost effort of every man and every woman is necessary. But the man or woman who is handicapped with weak kidneys finds a good day's work impossible, and any work a burden. Lame, achy back; daily headaches, dizzy spells, urinary irregularities and that “all worn-out” feeling are constant sources of distress and should have prompt attention. Don’t delayl Neglected kidney weakness too often leads to gravel, dropsy or Bright's disease. Begin using Doan's Kidney Pills today. They have brought thousands of kidney sufferers back to health. They should help you. Personal Reports of Real Cases A LOUISIANA CASE. Mrs. F. Smith, 12M Madison St., Alexandria, La., says: "I al ways have a great deal of praise for Doan’s Kidney Pills for they helped me when I was suffering with my back and kidneys. My back bothered me something aw ful. To lift anything heavy would cause my back to twitch and sharp pains shot all through me. I didn’t feel like myself at all. Often attacks of nervousness came over me and I felt weak and languid. Finally I com menced taking Doan's Kidney Pills and got much benefit in a few days. X was soon cured of this trouble and have had no re turn of this complaint since.” . AN ARKANSAS CASE. E. D. Wert, R. No. 2, Siloam Springs, Ark., says: “My back ariied all the time so badly, I could hardly straighten up. The kidney secretions were too fre quent and burned in passage. There were pains through my kidneys and sides and 1 felt aw fully dizzy and nervous. My eyes became so bad that I could see but little. 1 went to various doc tors and specialists, but kept get ting worse and was coniineil to my bed for months Hoi tors claimed I had Bright's disease and could live but a few months. I read of Doan's Kidney Pills and used them. In two months I was able to work every day and in another month 1 was as well as ever. Doan's Kidney Pills permanently cured me.” [DOAN’S Kp?LLSr I H 60c a Box at Ali Stores. Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo, N.Y. Mfg Chem. I SOLD FOR 60 YEARS For MALARIA, CHILLS and FEVER Also a Fine General Strengthening Tonic. SOLD BY ALL DRUG STORES Would Need Patience. There is a great deal in putting It nicely. A prisoner was being sen tenced some time ago. “You have a pleasant home and a bright fireside, with happy children sit ting around it, haven’t you?” asked the Judge. “Yes, sir,” said the prisoner, who thought he saw a way out of the diffi culty. “Well,” said the judge, “if the happy children sit around the fireside till you return they will stay there just 42 days.”—Pearson’s. Why Bald So Young? Dandruff and dry scalp usually the cause and Cuticura the remedy. Rub the Ointment into scalp. Follow with hot shampoo of Cuticura Soap. For free sample address, “Cuticura, Dept. X, Boston. At druggists and by mail. Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50.—Adv. Satire. “Pa, what is satire?” “Satire, my boy, is where you say something bit ter with a sweet smile.” The man who trusts to luck is up against it when his friend deserts him. Every man on earth bus either rheu matism or a hobby. ■■!!!!!!■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■ [ Sure Proof. “Do you believe that opals bring bad luck?” "I do. My husband’s rich uncle gave him an opal ring when he thought he was dying and he got well the next week.” RED CROSS BALL BLUE. That's the idea. A pure blue, true blue, no dope. Gives to clothes a clear white, whiter than snow. Be careful, use the best. Large package, sold by good grocers only, 5 cents. Ask for It today.—Adv. The Main Point. Author—Sir, my play Is epoch-mak ing. Manager—That’s all right, but Is 11 money-making? Matching. “What a wonderful head of halt that girl has.” “Yes, and she’s even hare-brfained.* The Strong VV ithatand the Heat of Sununei . , Better Than the Weak people who are feeble and younger pcwtpit who are weak, will be strengthened and enabled to th,r1Vu£h *b* ^‘Pressing heat of summer by Utk in* OKoY K s TASTKLKHH chill TONIC. It purtflei ami on riches the blood and builds up the whole ays l*m- il’11 fan soon feel lta Strengthening, Invigor ating IftffecL 60c. A lunatic's train of thought Is usu ally on the side track. ii | mi mm 11| qi Him Tender—Delicate Sliced Beef 'T'HE tender delicacy of Libby’s Sliced Dried Beef will surprise you. The care with which choice meat is selected, the skill with which it is prepared, give it the exceptionally fine flavor. Its uniform slices will please you, too. Order Libby’s Sliced Dried Beef today. Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago IKSiiiSHSiiiSiSiiSKSSRiiiiiiiiiiiSiiiiSSSill NEW PROHIBITION MEASUPEPASSED WA8 INTRODUCED BY DELEGATE CLAY SLOAN OF LAWRENCE COUNTY. WAS VIGOROUSLY OPPOSED Convention Again Battled With Prop osition To Adjourn, But Decided To Remain in Session At Least Another Week. Little Rock.— The constitutional convention re versed itself on the prohibition amendment adopted several weeks ago, and after a heated debate pass ed a measure more drastic than tiny yet adopted by any state in the Union, it was stated on the floor of the convention. The measure adopt ed was introduced by Delegate Clay Rloan of Lawrence county, and reads as follows: “Section 1—It shall be forever un lawful for any person, firm, corpora tion or association to manufacture any intoxicating liquors of any kind in this state. “Sec. 2—It shall be forever unlaw ful for any person, lirm, corporation or association to import into, deliver, sell, own or keep within this state any intoxicating liquors of any kind, except wine for sacramental purposes and alcohol for medicinal, industrial or scientific purposes. “The legislative powers of the state shall provide adequate laws for the enforcement of this article.’’ Col. Joseph W. House, one of the few surviving members of tlie 1894 constitutional convention, vigorously opposed the measure and denounced It in unmeasured terms, saying that the idea of preventing a man from having liquor in his home for medici nal purposes was preposterous. The convention again battled with the proposition to adjourn, but decid ed to remain in session at least one more week. Delegate McRae of Prescott offered a substitute for sectfian 5 of the taxa tion proposals, an amended section of tne old constitution providing for equal and uniform taxation of all property in the state, but exempting | town, city, levee and improvement I district bonds front taxation, as well as charities, parsonages, schools, cem eteries and endowment funds for schools and charitable institutions not invested in real estate. Col. McRae said that he offered the substitute in the interest of harmony 1 nnd in order that the convention ' could make more headway in the tax j atlon discussion, which had occupied ) nearly two weeks’ time. BRIEFLY RELATED. _______ The last car load of cant.iloupes was shipped from Blevins early last week. During the season 200 car loads were shipped from points along the Prescott and Northern railroad, j with Blevins as the distributing point. I Although the crop was short one-half because of the drouth, the farmers of this vicinity realized about $175,000. Mose Gravett of DeWitt took a dip in Littl Lagrue last Sunday and on coming out found a possum taking a nap. It was a lady possum. He cap tured the 'possum and took it home. A short time after he reached there nine little 'possums came out of their mother’s poueli to get acquainted with their new residence. Judge J. I. Allen, delegate from j Polk county to the Constitutional j Convention, is at home at Mena, and says that in his opinion there has boon little accomplished and he does not expect the constitution as framed will meet the approval of the people at tho polls. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parnwell cele brated the eighteenth anniversary of their w'edding recently. One of the articles of food was blackberry jellv which was presented to the Hnrnwells on their wedding day. It was in a perfect state of preservation. MaJ. Clare Cargile, son of T)r. Charles H. Cargile of Pentonville, is not yet 24 years of age, and is said to be the youngest major in the Unit ed States. The Faulkner county singing con j vention at its meeting two weeks ago j raised funds sufficient to support a French orphan for one year. Four Saline county girls have re sponded to ihe call for nurses and have registered during the past weeR. The Fort Smith city commissioners authorized a loan for JfiO.OOO for mu nicipal purchases between now and April 1 next year. W. T. Gulledge, of Arkadelphia. who Is operating mills in Louisiana, sus tained serious loss by fire at his plant at Shelton. The Jackson county Sunday school convention will hold its annual meet ing at Swlfton the Utter part of this month. Fire of undetermined origin destroy ed 12 brick stores at Marianna and caused a loss estimated at over $750, 000. Lack of adequate water supply handicapped the firemen in fighting the flames. A shift in the wind help ed to prevent a further spread of the fire. J. D. Byrne, a merchant at Higgla son, shows his patriotism and his an ti-German sentiment in an unique way. On his business stationery he has printed these words: “I hereby pledge myself never to knowingly buy anything made in Germany." The wheat threshing for Craighead county is about over, and while the crop in some portions of the county has been cut short on account of weather conditions in the early spring and the rust, on the whole a good crop has been made. The DeWitt Enterprise says a num ber of valuable horses have died In the vicinity of DeWitt lately. The deaths are caused by the horsee feed ing on the dry and dusty grass be side the roads. Arthur West of Mobley, Sharp county, came to Evening Shade, che county seat, to register recently. Al though he had lived in the county all his life, this was his first visit to Evening Shade. A communication received at Rus sellville from Roy L. Black, who, with other Russellville men, reached Eu rope July 9, says that his division was nearing the scene of real fighting. C. H. Cole, an experienced dairy man of Mena, warns farmers against feeding green fodder to cattle during the drouth. He says it contains prus sic acid, and has killed many cattle. W. B. Morgan, who lives eight miles west of Magnolia, is praising the patriotism of a young turkey gob bler on his place. The gobbler is now sitting on nine hen eggs. Madison county fell far below Pa quota in the dune War Savings stamp campaign, and County Chairman .1. S. Combs of Huntsville has arranged for an active campaign September 1. Since the loss by fire of the Siloain Springs plant of the Ozark Cider and Vinegar Company the headquarters of the company have been removed from Siloam Springs to Rogers. An old Bible which he took from a federal soldier in the seven-day bat tle of Richmond was exhibited by R. P. Nutt at the Blue and Gray reunion held at Ozark last week. Twins were born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morgan of Coy. a few days ago. These make 14 children in the fam ily and are the second twins born to Mr. and Mrs. Morgan. A negro blacksmith of Batesvllle who has been working there for 49 years, celebrated his seventy-fifth birthday recently by shoeing eight horses all around. On account of war conditions the annual Old Austin Homecoming and three-day picnic, which was to have been held August 14, 16 and 1C, has been postponew. The Rev. Guy Davis, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Morrilton, has been granted a month’s vacation by his congregation, and left for south east Arkansas. A carload of Irish potatoes was re cently shipped from Everton to tho Harrison market by the Everton Min ing and Development Company of Camp Eunice. Complaints are coming in from va rious parts of Franklin county that pears are falling off the trees very badly, caused by dry weather and ex cessive heat. An estimate for a gravel road 12 feet wide and 18.51 miles long, cost ing $86,322.22. for Howard county, has been made by the State Highway Department. W. H. Morgan, who says his farm is the poorest in Mississippi county, has on his place a patch of corn which has from three to seven ears on each stalk. A baby boy at Blytheville had suf fered with a pain in his nose for three months, but all efforts to ascertain the cause of it failed. Finally the child was taken to a doctor, who dis covered a shtie button embedded in the nose. President O. !>. Gregory of Paris, Tex., says that the Ozark Cider and Vinegar Company will not rebuild their plant at Siloatn Springs this year, owing to the increased cost of lumber and machinery. The small crop of Jonathan ap ples is being sold for about $4 1 bushel at Gravette. Late varieties in some orchards will be very good. The Garrison avenue bridge project at Fort Smith has been referred to the army engineers by the National Finance Board at Washington. Three carloads of wheat have been bought at Everton and shipped to Ar kadelphia by the Arkadelphia Milling Company during the past week. [Union juice TAKES OFF TAN i - •* Girls! Make bleaching lotion ; if skin is sunburned, tanned or freckled Squeeze the juice of two lemons Into a bottle containing tiiree ounces of Orchard White, shake well, nnd you have a quarter pint of the best freckle, sunburn nnd tan lotion, nnd complexion beautiiler, at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard White for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fra grant lotion into the fnce, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freck les, sunburn, windburn nnd tan disap pear nnd how clear, soft nnd white the skin becomes. Yes I It is harmless.— Adv. His Views. ‘‘I see this attempt to utilize free en ergy didn’t pan out.” “No, there's nothing free in this life."—Louisville Courier-Journal. Baby's Second Slimmer GKOVnN BAllV BOWHIL MHim INK will correct the Htommch and Dowel Troubles aiul it is abso lutely harmless. Can bo given to infanta with perfect safety. 8oe directions on the bottle. Girls, don’t seek husbands—go after the bachelors. I Commissioner of Mediation and ConcflU fl iation Board Trie* EATONIC, the Wondarful Stomach Remedy, and Endorses It Judge William L. Cham* rs, who uses EATONIO a» remedy (or loss of appe* » and Indigestion, is a •mmlssioner ol tbe U. 8. lard ol Mediation and •nctllatlon. It Is natursl him to express himself guarded language, ye* e Is no besitation in nle ouneement regarding | value of EATONIO. ' Hlng from Washington. ; 1, to tbe Katonic Bern* y Co., be says. "EATONIO promotes appetite and , aids digestion. I have used it with beneficial results.” Office workers and others who sit much am martyrs to dyspepsia, belching, b„„ ureath, heartburn, poor appetite, bloat, and impair ment of general health. Are you, yourself, a * sufferer? EATONIO will relieve you just a» surely as it has benefited Judge Chambers and thousands of others. Here’s the secret: EATONIO drives the ga* out of the body—and the Bloat Goes With Ilf I It is guaranteed to bring relief or you get your w* money back I Cost* only a cent or two a day to use It. Get a box today from your druggist. i. Net Contents ISFluid Drachm is] 100*. i c ivi 55 Ur— ^ «*-§$ ■* «c3< a at.-Wjr ■e|4A ,- .. aptlv . ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT. ss»£ Avoidable Preparation for As ■ ?£* 5 similalin^UieFood hvKeOuta s5s Sis tiniMheStomachsnnd Bowels® Thereby Promoting Di$cstun \• ;* Cheerfulness andRcslContaub g[U neither Opium. Morphine nor Dftw‘2 Mineral. Not Nahgo 5v,f j MfiTM&smuuvaa. ? Va i JSunplm W \ >■ ;s§; :: gsu. } toy . > Ek.: ife**” ( 'Z ?,* I awf»<iswr 1 *6“^. bi.ityn,»ni’T>r_/ >8^ A helpful Remedy for &c J Constipation and D«nJJe,,| *^?c : and FcxTrisdincss and B' Loss OF SEEEJ, h .resultimjthercfrcmLmlllfan^ I FftC-Similesidnatur^0* 1 fat GEVTAVH CoMPANt CASTORIA For Infants and Children, Mothers Know That } Genuine Castoria l n \ v ' 1 Thirty Years CASTORIA The Depressing Heat When your blood is not in good condition, the Summer heat weakens all the muscles of the body. To avoid spells of weakness and sickness during the hot weather, you must have pure, rich, red blood. Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic destroys malarial parasites in the blood and removes other poisons by Purifying and Enriching the Blood. 4q You can soon feel its Strengthening, Invigorating • Effect and when you feel strong, the Summer heat t will not depress you. Grove*a Tasteless chill Tonio is an exceptionally good general strengthening tonic for the Child, the Mother and all the Family. It is pleasant to take. Price 60c. Perfectly Harmless• Contains Mo Mux-Vomica or other Poisonous Drugs• W Grove's ohill Tonio Tablets You can now get Grove’s Tasteless chill Tonic in Tablet f form as well as in Syrup, the kind you have always bought. The * Tablets are intended for those who prefer to swallow a tablet rather than a syrup, and as a convenience for those who travel. The tablets are called “GROVE’S chill TONIC TABLETS" and I contain exactly the same medicinal properties and produce ex actly the same results as Grove’s Tasteless chill Tonic which is put up in bottles. The price of either is 60c. L I he Heason. "I visited the insane ulylum to day." "What for?" "To s«*t> a friend off."—Boston Eve ning Transcript «/_ A Whalesame. Cleansing, Y All■* Refreshing and Mealing ■ Lallan—Munne for Red __ ness. Soreness, Granula ■ \/ tion, ltchm^aml Burning “4/ ^^'^of the Eyes or Eyelids; “2 Drops" After the Movies. Motoring or Golf will win your confidence. Ask Your Drugaiat for Murine when your Eyes Need Care. at-IS Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago .W-.-it.V™.? v I H»oria«* of halt* #r»r>wh»r*. ThottaandaTTf poaL I V | t i.ma .pan for ai«nocrapbara, typiata. bookkaapa—, a*a> I m. | Lat ua i>r«i«ra you. j ^ I PAY US WHEN EMPLOYED i I 29 yaara* taachiup aipaiiaaca. Four bk I | TWitiful caiapua Haaauoabla board. Fraa L «L | | faro. Writa for < atalo« | | CHtLllfOTM! BUSINESS COLLEGE » kaaatJOt? Mcnr«a St. CbHIiaotfca. M*.aUBa4 mSSTOEOm I t A toll#! ^reparaUva of mariL Hal pa to aradieaia dandruE. , For RnWlw Color oiwl r Bw.tr totiror or FoJod H*lr, W. N. 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