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INJ^PITAL No Relief—Mrs. B^own Fin ally Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound. Cleveland, Ohio.—“For years I suf fered go sometimes it seemed as though fillmmiminimmiimll I COUld not Stand it any longer. It was all in my lower organs. At times I could hardly walk, for if I stepped on a little stone I would almost faint. One day I did faint and my husband was sent for and the doc tor came. I was ta ken to the hospital and stayed four weeks but when I came borne I would faint just the same and bad the same pains. A friend who is a nurse asked me to try Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Com pound. I began taking it that very day for I was suffering a great deal. It has already done me more good than the hospital. To anyone who is suffering as I wa9 my advice is to stop in the first drug-store and get a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham’a Vegetable Compound before you go home.’’ — Mrs. W. C. Brown, 2844 W. 12th St., Cleveland, Ohio. Another Rehash. First Gardener—Onions doin’ any good yet? Second Ditto—Yep: coinin’ strong cow. FRECKLES Now I* the Time to (irt Rid of The*© (’fly Spot*. There's no longer th<* slightest need of feeling ashamed of your freckle*, a* the prescription othlne — double strength — is guaranteed to remove these homely spot*. Simply get an ounce of othlne—double strength’--from your druggist, and apply a little of it night and morning and you should soon »• e that even the worst freckle* hav.j, begun to disappear, while the lighter ones hav* vanished entirely. It is seldom that more than one ounce is needed to com pletely cl. »r the akin and gain a beautiful clear complexion. He sure to nsk for the double strength othin. «s this is sold under guarantee of money back if it fails to remove freckle*.— Adv. Easily Proved. A: n mill in Holton tin* workers were having n dismission about who was tlh* quietest mull they knew. They got a minder to act ns Judge. Then tin y got their thinking apparatus to work, to think who was the quiet est limn they knew. Many hundred names were mentioned. The judge was a.lout to give his decision when lie saw a minder who had never men tioned one. Then judge then said: “Neaw, Jack, does iha not know any quiet mon?” “Well, ’ said the minder. “I think 1 Just know one." “Well, out with it," said the judge. “Well. I think owd Hill Kite the qui etest mon I know." The minders looked, and then they all exclaimed at once: “Why, mon, he's dead!" "I know that. I think lie’s the qui etest mon I know. He's never spoken to me for nearly twenty years!"—Lon don Tit-Bits. Eminently Practical. "It is no ys,> trying to get away from the solemn fnot that the woman of to day is a most practical and resourceful creature,” said the man who has known a few. “What makes you think so?" a friend asked. "The unsentimental attitude of a girl I know. I told her that she had In spired some of my best poems. She didn't snv a word about the poems, hut she wrote to my publishers for a per centage on the royalties.” A Wise Move is to change from coffee to POSTUM before the harm is done. “There’s a Reason” AID RECOMMENDED FOR THREE ROADS _ PROJECTS IN SEVIER, CROSS AND FAULKNER TO GET FED ERAL AID. OTHER PROJECTS COMPLETED No Date Has Been Set 3y Commis sion To Pass on the Recommends tions, Chairman W. B. Owens Said—Meeting To Be Held. Little Rock.— The first specific recommendations ror the application of state and fed eral aid funds were made at the meet ing of the Advisory Hoard of the State Highway Commission at Little Rock, when it was agreed to recom mend the use of $10,000 to assist in -ullding a $154,000 road across Sevier county north and south; $7,500 for as sistance in the construction of a road from Wynne east to the Crittenden county line; and $5,000 for the propos ed $00,000 road from Conway to Sal tillo, Faulkner county. No date has been set by the commission to pass on the recommendations, Chairman W. TV Owen said, but the meeting will be held soon. Other projects in which ail prelim inaries have been completed, and which are awaiting the recommenda tions of the Advisory Hoard are the construction of a $400,000 series of roads in Miller county from Texar kana to Fulton. Ogden and laterals; a $2.74.000 road across Monroe county from the St. Francis to the Critten den county line; a $100,000 road from Ties Arc to the Woodruff county line, | tlie Jefferson county link of the Pine ! Rluff-Sheridan road to cost $100,000; and the resurfacing of the Little Ro.-k Lonoke road, estimated at $25,000. BRIEF NEWS AND NOTES. The strawberry crop for Washing ton county closed with Springdale shipping the final car. There was a total of 177 ears sold for approximate ly $211,000. against 320 cars last year for a total of $225,000 The high average price made up for the short crop. In addition $10,000 worth of berries also were either consumed lo cally or sent out of the county by ex press. — Hedrick it Hedrick of Kansas City were chosen as supervising engineers for the $500,000 Garrison avenue bridge to be constructed across the Arkansas river at Port Smith into Se quoyah county, Oklahoma. The bridge will be of concrete and 3,000 feet long. It is proposed to begin con struction by August 1. One of the largest shipments of hogs ever made in Randolph county was made by L E. Williams, who owns a plantation on Klevenpoints river. There were 400 hogs in the lot and they brought 15 1-2 cents on the St. Louis market. The contract was let at Walnut Ridge for building roads in District Number One. It will be 22 miles in length, stretching to Cache River and north to Okean. The contractor is Newman Gregory of Texarkana. The cost will be around $110,000. In the Criminal Division of the Clay Circuit Court, now in session at Piggott under Judge R. H. Dudley, Charles Grogan and Troy Pruitt each received a year in the penitentiary for liquor selling. The Hartford Observer, owned and edited by Mrs. Maud Johnson, having outgrown quarters on Broadway, has moved into its own new concrete two story building on Oak street. Contracts were signed whereby C A. Friedrich and associates of Chica go will build a $50,000 plant in Fort Smith to manufacture a diverse lin" of glass products. A good roads meeting was held at Cross Roads, seven miles south of Heber Springs, to complete plans tor a pike rotid from here to Rosebud, in White county. c. 0. Martin of Pottsvllle has a strawberry patch which contains one fourth of an acre. Gross sales for the season from this patch amounted to $204 09. R. I*. Simons of Monroe. Ija.. was . t Hamburg last week buying lumber and arranging for the erection of the derrick for the oil well at Snyder. The Woman's Progressive Club of Wynne has bought a $100 Liberty Loan Bond. -- , T. Jennings of OmaltH. who Is known as the strawberry raiser of North Boone county, picked a berry from his patch which he says he thinks will he a state record for size this season. It measured 6 1-2 inches In circumference. Lewis Carglle, temporarily residing In Fort Smith, was the first Conway eounty citizen to register under the selective draff provision of the war I army bill. His card was sent to tha I local office on May 22. 9 The contest over the nomination for district delegate to the constitu tional convention from the First Con gressionai District, between ,J. T. Rob ertson of Marianna and A. L. Hutch ins of Woodruff county, was trans ferred to the Pulaski Chancery Court at Little Rock when Robertson asked for a mandamus against T. J. Terrell, secretary of state, to compel him tc withdraw tho certification of the nom ination of Hutchins and substitute for it certification of the nomination ol Robertson. Mr. Robertson claims that he re ceived the nomination fairly and has complied with the law relating to ill ing certificates of nomination. The contest arose when a meeting of the congressional district Demo eractic central committee threw out returns from Poinsett county, charg ing fraud existed in the Poinsett coun ty election. When the Poinsett coun ty vote was rejected by the commit tor Mr Robertson had a majority of the votes. Mr. Terrell, two weeks ago, certi tied out to county and district, organ! zatlons tlie names of district can1 dates for seats in ttie convention. T'n names had to be certified out 40 day; before the general election of dele gates. June 26. William K. Alsey, 27 years of age weighing 44 pounds and measuring 52 inches in height, registered at the county clerk’s office at Fort Smith nn der the provisions of the selective draft law. His home is at Hugo, Okla He is an electrician and is with -i show playing here. He swore he w;i> the sole support of a mother and as ter. He was born at Magnolia. Ark Paragould Is discussing the advisa bility of making an effort to secure -,r auxiliary military training camp, in formation having been received them that the army administration plans the establishment of such a camp within the territory which reports *c Fort Logan H. Roots. Paragould hears that from 5,000 to 15.000 m* i would be put in the auxiliary camp A Chautauqua "ill be held in Cros sett, beginning June 10, and lasting live days. Several strong attractions will be offered, including Kilti1' band. the Milano serenaders. tii Berkeley sextet and Alf Taylor, brok er of the late Governor ‘'Bob” Tay lor. Pupils in Camden schools ha--r taken arms against disease by organ izing as a branch of the M< <1 Health Crusaders. Each child has i card for merits for each art to prevent tuberculosis and other diseases, an.! grades are kept by the teachers One of biggest sales of Rod Poll heifers ever made in Randolph coun ty was made by John R. Kizer of Po cahontas, when he sold 17 head to I,. R. Berry of Yellville. Marion coun ty, for the sum of $1,300. f. R. Packard, representing the State Highway Commission, has com pleted the survey for a road from Danville to Ola to connect with the Pike’s Peak-Hot Springs National Highway. The Batesville company of the Ark ansas National Guard. over tor strong, was mustered into service with appropriate ceremonies by Majs. Rut! and Little of the National State Guard \V. J. Leppert of New Orleans, one of the workers for the American Red Cross, will come to Pine Bluff June S to give instructions to the members ot the Pine Bluff chapter of the Red Cross. V suit for $40,000 was filed in the circuit court at Fort Smith again-t tlu> Equitable Powder Company for the death of Henry K. Sanderson who was killed last February in an explosion at the plant near this city The water works and sewerage bonds for Walnut Hi^.re have. be. a sold. The money is in local hanks and the Moreno Burklmm Construe lion Company of St. Louis began put ting in the system. P ‘ginning June 1 and until Herein ber 1 all cattle in Crawford countv will be dipped every 10 weeks, a'so mules and horses infected with tick. In compliance with the state law. The Beebe Bulletin, established and edited by S. A. McNish, was sold tc William M Carter, a well-known citl zen of Beebe, who will continue its publication at the same place. Oklahoma oil Interests are activeh securing oil leases in Montgomery county, conditioned on wells bein; sunk as soon as a satisfactory amount of acreage is leased. Strawberry grocers of the Judsont? vicinity shipped SI carloads of ber ries last week. Thus far this seasor more than 300 carloads have beer shipped. Alex Britton of Hamburg arrived here In bis automobile, having conic overland from Illinois and lie says the wheat on Lang Prairie, north of Ham burg, is the finest he saw on his en tire trip. The Bank of Wilmar for itself and customers has subscribed for $4,0'K of the Liberty Loan bonds. The young ladies of Earle organ tied themselves into a knitting club foi the soldiers. DANGEROUS ALOMEL IS SELDOM SOLD NOW Calomel Salivates! It Makes You Sick and You Lose a Day’s Work—Dodson’s Liver Tone Acts Better Than Calomel and Is Harmless for Men, Women, Children—Read Guarantee! Every druggist here, yes! your druggist and everybody's druggist has noticed a great falling off in the sale of calomel. They all give the same reason. Dodson's Liver Tone is taking its place. “Calomel is dangerous and people know it while Dodson's Liver Tone is safe and gives better re sults,” said a prominent local druggist. Dodson’s Liver Tone is personally guaranteed by every druggist. A large family-sized boftle costs only 50 cents and if you find it doesn’t take the place of dangerous, salivating calomel you have only to ask for your money back. Dodson’s Liver Tone is a pleasant-tasting, pure ly vegetable remedy, harmless to both children and adults. Take a spoonful at night and wake up feeling fine, no sick headache, biliousness, ague, sour stomach or clogged bowels. Dodson’s Liver Tone doesn't gripe or cause inconvenience all next day like calomel. Take a dose of calomel tonight and tomorrow you will feel sick, weak and nauseated. Don’t lose a day’s work! Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver medicine. You’ll know it next morning because you will wake up with your head clear, your liver active, bowels clean, breath sweet and stomach regulated. You will feel cheerful and full of vigor and ready for a hard day’s work. You can eat anything afterwards without risk of salivating yourself or your children. Get a bottle of Dodson’s Liver Tone and try it on my guarantee. You’ll never again put a doso of nasty, dangerous calomel into your stomach. Adv. A Puzzle. Waitress—Tea or coffee? Johnson—Don't teH me. Let me guess. 8partan Women Suffered Untold Tortures but who wants to be a Spartan? Take “Femenlna” for all female disorders. Price 50c and $1.00.—Adv. The Utmost Respect. “Never quarrel with your bread and butter, son.” “No danger for that. dad. I have great respect for bread at ten cents a loaf and butter at 00 cents a pound.” KIDNEY REMEDY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED There is no medicine which we handle that gives such good results as your Swamp-Root. Many of our customers have informed us at different times that they have derived great benefit from its use. There was one case in particular which attracted a great deal of attentiou in this neighborhood early last Spring, as the Sentleman's life was despaired of and two octors treating him for liver and kidney trouble were unable to give him any re lief. Finally a specialist from St. Louis was called in but failed to do him any good. I at l/ist induced him to try your Swamp-Root and after taking it for three months, he was attending to hia business aa usual and is now entirely well. This case has been the means of creating an increased demand for your Swamp-Root with us. Very truly yours, L. A. RICHARDSON, Druggist. May 37, 1916. Marine, Illinois. Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You Send ten centa to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention this paper. Regular flfty-cent and one-dollar size bottles for sale at all drug atorea.—Adv. Diplomatic. Blunder—I say, who Is that fat, homely, coarse-featured woman sitting over there? Daggett—That, sir, Is my wife! Blunder—So It Is; so it is. Stupid of me. Thought for a moment it was mine. Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove’s The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Gen eral Tonic because it coutaitis the well known tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. Heroes of the Home. Nor should the hero medal be with held from the man who totes the screens down from the attic und sheds gore and perspiration In making them tit.—Minneapolis Tribune. RED CROSS SERVICE. Red Cross Ball Blue gives to every housewife unequaled service. A large 2> cent package gives more real, gen uine merit than any other blue. Red Cross Ball Blue makes clothes whiter than snow. You will be delighted. At all good grocera.—Adv. A Forlorn Hope. "What did you do when you found your husbnnd's cuse was hopeless?" “We sent right ofT for the doctor.” DON'T GAMBLE that your heart's all right. Make sure. Take “Renovine’’—n heart and nerve tonic. Price 50c and $1.00.—Adv, Don’t get the Idea that you cun catch happiness by running after It. A Granulated Eyelids, ■ mT Eyes inflamed by expo »ure to Sun, Dust and Wind C • w quickly relieved by Murine m . Wf Kg Eyeiemedy. No Smarting, 4r just Eye Comfort. At Druggists or by mail 50c per Bottle. Murine Eys Selva in Tubes 25c. For Seek el the Eye MU ask Murine Eye hetiy Ce., Chkage HERE’S RELIEF FROM THOSE TERRIBLE , HEADACHES^ Those terrible headaches are relieved almost instantly. One lady says: “I have been sub ject to severe headaches for about seven years. My head would ache so badly at times that I could .r’Vhyt'jm scarcely stand it. Doctors seemed to be unable to |lgB|lB give me relief, though 1 tried several of them, and took many kinds of headache medicines and tab lets. About a month or six weeks ago I tried Hunt’s fRPS|^V Lightning Oil, which gave me almost instant relief, and I 1-aJ ; msm anl 8'ad ,0 ^at t have been entirely free from those III ^ dreadful headaches since. From my own experience I I I I ■H can say that Hunt's Lightning Oil is without an equal as * BBW a reliever of pain, and l only wish that 1 had used it sev SpSiyj^B eral years ago.—Mrs.W.T. Dixon, Sherman.Texaa. A Wonderful Remedy for Rhenmatism/\^iar^l^ Nenralfia, Etc. ! hunts 1 ^ Simply rub HUNTS LIGHTNING OIL on — it pene- I ll|!|||(||fl(| III ;m B||B tT..tes. giving a pleasant sense of warmth and making u1IkiiuuH **ii the pain fade away, almost as soon as the applies| jl ■ - '^k tion is made. Its stimulating effect to the #•*•1 8 OH SBBB^k aching parts is not equalled by any otherdjl ■HH|^k liniment. At all drug stores in 50c and^^^^^^^H | T|| J^K^rafll^k 2bc bottles, or aeat direct from I i| A. B. Richards Medicine Co., 4| *b'H si T. SaMMAI*. TEXAS t-SW'l II lt~'~ All 1h I I fl| k I I k i ^11 ■ - m.i« Tl Fearful Prospect. “I prophesy that everything you plant this year is going to come up.” “Don’t say that. I might have to bury my mother-in-law.” <• *:• •> >> * ! GIRLS! MAKE A I ! BEAUTY LOTION ! ! WITH LEMONS f « + ; ♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦» At the cost of a small jar of ordinary j cold cream one can prepare a full quar- | ter pint of the most wonderful lemon skin softener and complexion heautitier, by squeezing the juice of two fresh lemons Into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white. Care should be taken to strain the jtMce through a flue cloth so no lemon pulp gets In, then this lotion will keep fresh for months. Every woman knows that lem on juice Is used to bleach and remove such blemishes as freckles, sallowness und tun und Is the Ideal skin softener, smoothener and beautifler. Just try It! Get three ounces of orchard white at any pharmacy und two lemons from the grocer and make up a quurter pint of this sweetly frag rant lemon lotion and massage It dally Into the face, neck, arms and hands. It should naturally help to whiten, soften, freshen and bring out the roses and beauty of any skin. It Is truly marvel ous to smoothen rough, red hands. Adv. You can get a lot for your money by patronizing a reul estate dealer. _ NO MALARIA—NO CHILLS. "Plantation” Chill Tonic is guaranteed to drive away Chills and Fever or your money refunded. Price 50c.—Adv. Boasting of one's ancestry gets them In bad with one’s bored acquaintances. I FILMS DEVELOPED FREE PRINTS 3 CENTS EACH Write for circular and sample prints K3RYANT A3 studio FORT WORTH, TEXAS Tuffs Pills stimulate tha torpid liver, strengthen thn digestive organs, regulate the bowels. A rem edy (or sick headache. I'nequaicd as aa ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE. Elegantly sugar canted. Smell dose. I'rlce, 290. Money back without question It HUNT’S CUKE rails in the treatment of ITCH. BCZKMA, HINii WOKM.TKTTKR or other Itobing akin diaeasea. Price Me at druggists, or direct from h1. Rlekaids Mlclat Cs , ISenass.Tu. llf|HTE®SMlTHS IP (joiLLlONIC Sold for 47 years. For Malaria. Chills and Fever. Also a Fine Gencrsl Strestflhealntf Tonic. ~£XXSXi'm Kill All Flies! TH ohIasI*® Pieced aarwbera.eater r»r RNte. attracts and ktUasO fli.i, Neat, elcaa. areamsntel, coo.cnl.nt, and cbean. te Lasts oils—iso. Ms3b 'Daisy Fly KIIIsp HAROLD SDMtRS, ID# DR RAID AVg., DRODHLVH. H. tfe IfiFNTt Just out: brand new automobile neoem «UI_I1 Usury; a wonder; quick sales, foot profits; don't miss this, all want It Write quletb York Carburetor Co., feO Woodward, Dalrolt,MicA ■ IIUBrn of all kind* bought and eoML U |_UMHtK run bare any to sail or want to hWnUlhll burehaae any write, glTlngjmr tioulara. ti. Kllaa* Urn., Job Dopt,SnSSta. AT. w, N. U, LIT TLB ROCK NO. 23-1»f7.