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We ars ane to have nice, white and healthy
ieth, but at times we are prone to neglect them. Your teeth
soM be brushed every night and morning, and they
wE always be balithyad strong.
We have the nicest Ine of tooth brushes and tooth
powders in the city. and also carry the Fmalilme Tooth
Paeste this paste is only cents and wil save you many
dellrs hl deatist's bils.
Ye know where we are lecatt.
CITY DRUG CO.
L E. JACKSON
Will be foad located the est side
of Coirt Square. see making and
pair gs a l kindsof barness work
CO ad o my astock and see what it
askas to do zolassto work. Thirtyhve
years eperaceas gire me the idea
what the people want.
A ptrdeo dof yoir business Is solicited
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W. K. ttm RIN. . D., (Iua ) Prepater.
hsar to aese.mad*ae a limited ter of Surgical and Gyms.
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Viceroy-Tuan Fang, of Nankin,
China, another one case of China's
high ofliais educated in this
country, is one of the leading
movers in the reform against the
binding of the feet of Chinese
women. ie heard recently that
a young girl at lHaichou had died
because she unbound her feet, and
he called the prefect of the dis
trict before him and said: "If the
young lady, Mrs. Hsu-Hu-Shih,
has been forced to commit suicide
by her husband's parents for uni
'iinding her teet, according to
Ticntsu-Hui requirements, then
these two must be punished
made to wear the cangue and
forced to parade the streets as a
warning to others. If the father
in-law has an official or hereditary
rank, he is to be cashiered. For
if these two parents be not pun
ished, other parents will be doing
the same thing to prevent their
daughters and daughters-in-law
from unbinding their feet, and so
prevent the spread of enlightment
in that section of the empire." I
is very evident that the Chinese
regard this question of leaving
the feet of their women as nature
made them as one of the most
important steps in modern reform.
-New Orleans Stated.
Do You Itch?
If so, you know the sensation
is not an agreeable one, and hard
to cure unless the proper remedy
Hunt's Cure is the king of all
skin remedies. It cures prompt
ly any itching trouble known.
No matter the name or place.
One application relievee-one box
is absolutely guaranteed to cure.
$20 Per Acre Cubsh Ret.
The Japanese in the beet fields
of Oregon seem to be making a
eonsiderable snecese in the
culture there. In the vicinity of
Nampa, which lics over the
border in Idaho, some 4,000 acres
are in cultivation in beets and are
eatimated to yield'20 tons to the
acre. To cultivate these lands
the Japanese laborers Are the
main dependence, although some
Americans and Hollanders are
employed. The work ins gweral
ly done by contract and the price
paid for planting, thinning, cul
tivating, topping and loading the
beets into wagons is put at $20
per acre. Some of the Japanese
prefer to rent the ground rather
than to even take these contracts
and are paying $20 per acre Cash
eat and paying the water tax In
addition to the rental. This looks
like a very high .rental for lands,
but we presume that the shiewd
Japanese know what they are
-donlg and think they ean make
money opt of it. If the segar
planters of Louisiaa oouki get
any snoo rents for their cane
lands they woeld go out of the
bsnesm and turn at all over ,t
such reunter.-Loubeia Plantr.
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"'3EvSybShod 5 no "
says C. O. Hays, a promloaent
usiness mas of DBlff, Mo.. that
Buokle.'s Arnues Salve is. the
quickest and sorest heellng mave
,ver applied to a sore, burn or
--woardr to aaes of piles. I've
used its d know what I'm talk
Sabot" Ouaranteed by all
The Sooth ih r1i. capabl
of ump Imrtgu ir comfort eaae,
'awg lm o ribr p popsS
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£P~ repmi rlcliac y supply
M~et tthe prod mees are eorn
his E 'aMl F 6' hush to
whjlbh Aies'L. hy
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George D. Prentic', one of the
greatest newspaper writers this
country has ever prbduced, once
wrote a beautiful paragraph on
the sobject of immnortalitv which
within itself deserves to become
imulorta. It is as follows:
"Men seldomi think of the
shadow that falls across their own
path, hiding forever from their
own eyes the traces of their
loved one, whose living smiles
vere the sunlight of their ex
istence. Death is the great an
tagonist of life. and the coo.1
thought of the tomb is the skele
ton of all feasts. We do not
want to go through the dark
valley that leads to Paradise; and
with Charles Lamb, we do not
want to lie down in the muddy
grave even with kings and
princes for ourour bedfellows. But
the flat of nature is inexorable.
"There no appeal of relief
from the great law which dooms
us to dust. We flourish and we
fade as the leaves of the forest
and the flowers that blooa and
wither in a day have not a frailer
hold upon life than the mightiest
monarch that ever shook the
earth ,with his footsteps. Gen
erations of men appear and
vanish, and the grass and the
countless multitudes that throng
Stb. today will tomorrow
dilPp as the footsteps on the
shpre. In the beautiful drama
of Ion the instance of immortal
ity so eloquently uttered by the
death of the devoted Greek finds
a deep response in every thought
ful soul. When about to yield
his young existence as a sacrifice
to fate, his beloved Clemanthe
asks if they shall not meet again,
to which he replies:
-' "I have asked that dreadful
question of the hills that took
eterjal--of the streams that flow
forever-of the the stars among
whose fields of azure my raised
spirit walked in glory. "All were
dumb. But while I gaze upon
thy face I feel that there is some
thing in the love that mantles
through its beauty that cannot
wholly perish. We shall meet
again Clemanthe.' "
Best Hair Restorer Made is La
Creole. Try it and be convinced.
Smith-Grisham Drug Co.
New magazines and periodicals at
Smith & Griaham-Drig Compam's.
M. L WIGGINS
Timber and Farm Lands
- If you want to buy or sell
eallBo or-write to me
I will treat you right
To fe Olhr Away
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Winnfield Tin and Sheet Metal Works
Manufacturers and Irectors of Blow Pipe for Wcod Working Plant. Tanks
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Representing the best companies in the world -
Your Business Solicited
a 12 tf. Office over Phoenix Drug Co.
I. BAER COMPANY, Ltd.
Whbolesale Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions,
Clothing, Hats and Shoes.
Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended to
CASH CATALOGUE PRICES DUPLICATED.
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SDuabem, A. W. Adams, F. .L haw, C . Mathis.
In the Real Estate Busess and will purchase
timber lands in quantites fm 40 acres up to any
um sber f acres.
jL Sl__ SS, Manager.
OUACIITA-MONROE OUN & BICYCLE CO.
Dealers i Spsrtit. Gos Fir arms and Hig Orad. isig
Tackle, Lawn Ta Sal Croquet Sets, masebD Ga ds.
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West Monroe Manufacturing Co.
Maufacturers of and Dealers in Sash
doors, blinds, window and door frames
i notildi-gs and turnings of all kinds
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