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FREE REMEDY HELPS CHILDREN
Many a mother has learned of a way of avoiding sickness in her fam ily, especially among the children, by the use of a free sample bottle of the famous laxative, Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin. This offer of the doctor's to send a free sample bottle has been re sponded to by thousands of women in all parts of America. Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin is a truly wonderful laxative and espe cially adapted to the needs of babies and children because it is pleasant to taste and no child will refuse it. Then, it is mild and never gripes. It is all that a child’s remedy should be, though it is a good laxative for the whole family because it is effective at all ages. It is not dynamic like salts, pills and powerful cathartics, which should not be given to chil dren under any circumstances. ^'•timeS ?ut of tcn "hen a ch'ld c mpUins and you don’t know ex actly what is the matter with it, it needs a laxative—its bowels are con stipated. Syrup Pepsin will correct the trouble, tone up the child and soon it will be well again—wonder Uu results have been secured with byrup Pepsin over night. V ou can buy it of any druggist at fifty cents or a dollar a bottle, the latter being the family size, but you ^e.Lnvlt.ed to,make a test of it first at the doctors expense. Send him >our address today and he will send you a free sample bottle direct to your home_ Then when satisfied buy it of your favorite druggist. *rS-e sample address him. P i rV' xi C?ld,"'e11, 402 Caldwell building, Monticello, 111 CHARITY. Is it to drop full carelessly A penny in the Itegsrar's hand \,,d salve the conwlence with the thanks Tie whining crone has planned? [s it to feed a hungry month Wit i leavings from a board well spread, The hits of meat we east away. The hardest crusts of broken bread? Is it to clothe a naked child dr freezing man against the storm. With worn-out garments which have ceased To keep our pampered bodies warm? Is this, then, all of charity. These carnal gifts if man to man? Nay: these were but the outer husks In Christ's revivifying plan. To stop thine ears "gainst evil tales Of slander and of shame; To say, "judge not," when wanton tongues Befoul with sneers a once fair name — To grard thy lips close-shut lest they .Inin iii the hounding, coward cry With which a horde of censurers Drives forth a lonely soul to die— To hold thyself too pure and true To trample on another's woe, believing what thou hast not seen. Condemning what thou canst not know — T do these things is best to Use The charity that Christ decreed, I'm-transient are the liody's wants. [sternal is the spirit's need. Thou canst not read another heart Nor probe the mysteries of life: Thou knowest not'gainst what deadly odds Was wazed the bitter, long-draw n strife. Not , anst thou tell what ground was held. How near the triumph was complete; hie it.'-torn lost, the world condemns And on the banner writes “Defeat." If we slay mail, his brother man K.\torts of us the murderer's dole; Hod judges when, with word unjust, We thrust aside a stricken soul' owe we it to Christ himself To judge with his sweet charity Those who. half hid in censure's cloud Walk in their dread tiethsemane! - >ara lleaumon— Kennedy, in Commercial I Reliable Medicine—Xot A Narcotic. Mrs F Marti, St. Joe. Midi., says: "Our little boy contracted a severe bronchial trouble and as the doctor's medicine did not cure him, I gave him Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, in which I have great faith. It cured the cough as well astlie choking and gagging spells, and lie got well in a short time. Foley’s Honey and Tar Compound lias many timessavedus much trouble and we are never with o t it in tlie iiou.se.” J. T. Sanders. DEMOCRAT TIMES. b mined all night last Monday. Ih it is as good as ever.? Mr Smalley, of Memphis, came d ’ii st Monday evening. 'h- in't have church last Sunday, hut lir Robinson will preacli for us the third Sunday,which will be Faster Sunday •Mr and Mrs. Lee Cook are pleasant 'isi: ■:s at the Thomas home this week. 1 he squire returned home on Thurs day of last week. He acts like lie's krown when away from his wife. Mr. Lee Cook is [one of the carpen ters erecting Mr. Smalley's new two* st°ry building which is just being c< mpleted. •iudge Thomas bought quite a sup* P-y of goods while in Memphis. i he chronic kicker is tine. Her httlc baby chicks are a lot of trouble, hut s!,e delights to attend to them. Hie bridge across Fifteen Mile ljayou is getting worse. •I he roads are pretty bad now after the rain. Our successful mail carrier gets in °n time sure—if the train does. Madison Thornton lias been si 'k with the chills, but lie is up now ■Hid able to be on duty. I he Squire lias his croquet yard Cleaned otT, but lie says there isn’t ;U|-V :ie that can interest him. lie ‘"‘kill bluff some people, but lie can't ■MAt : Rill ii.t for I don’t play, and hen he s too strict—knows every rule °f the game and don't give vou a chance to beat him. A .. . . 11 k party or iour went ':lst Monday afternoon on tlie Lake." In the party was Mrs. )0k- Slie caught the biggest tisli of ‘er ,ii ‘> ar>d along toward the last •*t got tired and let her hook go ,°"n t0 ’ far into the water and into ^ a mud and the last thing she caught as a .turtle. It nearly scared her J,K tlie rest of the party to death. , ie' brought the turtle in and A' 1 ’f to the judge, because they ,JU ' luu'e never convinced him that -1'.' ^kdit it unless she brouglit it in one s l0Wed it to him. It was the first' ie an> body remembers being caught. Silver Bill II. | City Election at HIdener. The returns from the muncipal elec tion held at \\ idener last Tuesday show the following results: For Mayor—W \\. I tee, .’>1 votes. For Marshal — W. L. Roberts. 30: J. M. Crabtree, 12: Chas. Rutledge, 2. For Treasurer A. G. Sweet, 4''. For Recorder G. c. Taylor, 51 For Aldermen, (five to be elected! S. E Sweet. Jr., 30: W. R. Kendrick, -l,: .1. A. Houston, 31: A. B. Ferrell. 23: J. W. Hall, 29: C. C. Fogg, 35: H G. Starcher. 24: I, R, Hodges. 21. HUNT’S Lightning Oil FOR Aches and Pains Mfj d by A B Richards Med. Co., Sherman. Tea. Fresh, Reliable. Pure Guaranteed to Please Every Gardener and Planter should teat t he superior merits of < >ur N orthe.ru <» rown herd.-. lirtClHL. Uf ITLh FOR 10 CENTS we will pend T>o*ti»ai<l our FAMOUS COLLECTION 1 pk|f. CO Day T«ik>-iiu . . ■ « 20* I pkf. I'riiKVM lludiih .... lO* 1 jk*. Slkiroalm Celery . • • 2t*a 1 pk». Farly Arrow, bead Cahba** .lie 1 pkar. Fullertoa Market I/**ttae* . . • lo« AU.I 12 \ u.-iettek Cbuien Hower Seed* . . 2*p ) $1 oo Wr it 1 ^ny' Sard 0 rent* t--> Vclp pav postage and 1 ntbi r wit! r New str • va Gat lati la - Old t 1 NOKilll KN SKil) CO. * 1530 K<»*4> St. Ko« Illinois SLONIKER MILL TIMES We had a nice rain last Monday night, which was needed on gardens, early corn, etc. Messrs. Geo. Morris and T. L. Woodiel visited Cross county near Ellis Chapel last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Bud Cavanaugh, of Palestine, was up in our neighborhood the tirst of the week overseeing the building of some fences on the M atts place for Mr. C. M. Wilkinson. Grandpa and Grandma Sloniker vis ited Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harris last I Sunday. We are glad to learn that Mr. Har rison Kol>erson is improving after being kicked by a mule sometime ago. The stork visited the home of Mr1 and Mrs. Wm. Devasier Saturday1 March 2'>. and left a tine baby boy. Mother and son are getting along tine. Biilie. you will have to feed that old mule pretty good for your boy to plow. Mrs. Mary Morris visited her son. Mr. B. E. Burns, at Palestine last Sunday. Mr. Carrol Young, of Palestine, has moved into our neighborhood, on what is known as the Tucker place. As tax paying time is about to ex pire.our neighborhood was well repre sented at the county capital last Wednesday. Wild Bill No. 2. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Des'Gns Copyrights &c. Anyone -ending a sketch and description may .oii. kly ascertain our opinion free whether an . ia probably patentable. C einmuntca t„.o«-iri. tlyfonUdenttal. HANDbOOK on Patents ... • free, ul.ti'-t agency for securing patent-. p-itents taken through Mutm A Co. receive «l.it notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely lllnutrated weeklr. I sreest cir culation of any aciemifle Journal. leruis.fd a year : four months, |L Bold by all newsdealer*. MUNN &Co.36,Broad*a> New York Branch Office, 62& V S*t., Washington. l>. C. Death of Jake Ilelby. Mr. Jake Ilelby died at tlie residence ot Mrs. Reed, in this City, March 31, 1910. Mr. Ilelby returned from Ashe villille. X. on Sunday previous to Ids death, tlie altitude of Asheville not agreeing with his health. After ids return he seem to Improve under the careful attention of his mother and friends, but Death had claimed him, and on Friday his soul winged its way to Heaven. Mr. Jake Ilelby was the eldest son of Mrs. Tennle Helbv. was born and reared in t lie St. Francis bottoms, and was 31 years of age. Jake was well thought of by all who knew him, and endeared himself to all by ids genial and aic mimodatlng ways.' The remains were carried to Whit more, thence to the old home, and in terred In tlie family graveyard, amidst a large crowd of sorrowing friends. Mrs. Ilelby, Mrs. Heed and Mrs. Smith desire to return thanks to the kindly friends anH neighbors for aid in this their hour of sickness and death. Marbles, tops, baseball and gloves at Newsstind. \> a miner Order. In st. I'rands Chancery Court, May Term,It'll Board n( Directors. st. Francis Levee District, I’laintiir, vs, Ashworth Urns, and certain lands, I lefendants. The follow ing named persons and corpora tions and any and all ot her persons or corpo ral Ions having or claiming an interest in any of the following described lands, town lots, tramroads and railroads are hereby j itltied that suit Is pending In ie Chancery Court of st. Francis County, Arkansas, toenforce the collection of certain levee taxes on the sub joined lists of lands, together w ith the amount severally due from each towit; Name Description Area Tax Township t North, Rangel Fast.) I nknown, inside levee dis nw 4 sec Is.40 i 4.40 Dan Wy Ids, ne 1-4 sw 1-4, see 17.40 4.40 Dan My Ids. frl nw 1-4, sec 20.140 15.40 Unknown, rbr i>t n 1-2 nw 1-4, sec24_I!' 2.09 Township 4 North, Range 5 Fast Ashworth Itros, el) se 1-4 nw 1-4, sec 15 4 .44 M. A. Hayes, eb n 1-2 se 1-4, sec 43. ,.2s 4 73 Township 5 North, Range 5 East Hobbs A Kimber, n 1-2 se 1-4, sec 10_so s.so Township 5 North, Ranged Fast Crittenden LbrCo, w 1-2 sw 1-4, sec 13 80 s.»0 Becker & Lew is, ne 1-4 se 1-4, sec 24 .. .40 4.40 Unknown lot 2 sw 1-4, sec 31.so s.so Township 0 North, Range 4 Fast Sweet Itros, frl e 1-2 se 1-4, sec 33.10 1.10 Township0 North, Range 5 Fast A M < >rr, w 1-2 e 1-2, sec 15.1(10 17 00 same, nw 1-4, see 15.Ido 17.do Same, n 1-2 sw 1-4, sec 15. so s.so M'm Robinson, s 1-2 sw 1-4, sec 15 ... so s.so .1 It Dilllou, sw 1-4 nw 1-4, sec 24.4o 4.40 U Fills, part el-2, sec 33.4 .44 Mary Lauwisch, part w 1-2, sec33... 4 .44 Ul> Taylor, e 1-2, sec 35 . 320 35.20 Township d North, Range d East ( rittenden Lbr Co, n 1-2 nw 1-4, sec 20 SO S.so Tram Roads F. F Taenzer, 7 miles steel tram. 259.87 Town Lots, M idener .1 M Nichols, lot 2, block 3. 1.03 A M Reid, lot 3, block 3 . 1.03 i own of Madison .1 G Stern, lotsl, 2 and 3, block 5 . 3.09 1) Thorne, lots 4, 5,0 and 7, block 5 .. 4.12 Fannie stuhbs, lots s and u. block 5.. 2.00 t* 45 t rippen, lots 11, 12 and 13. block 5 . 3.011 l> Thorne, lots 14, 15 and 10, block 5. 3.(19 J 55 55 heeler .V ( o, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 0, 7, s, 9 and 10, block 0. 10.30 F.<1 Berry, lots 12 ami 13, block 0 . 2,00 .1 55 55 heeler & t o, lots 14, 15 and 10,blk 0 3.09 Same lots 7.9 and 10. 4.12 same lots 11. 12, 13, 14 and 15. ... 5.15 Ed Berry, lot Id. 1.03 William Robinson, lot IS. 1X8 Ed Berry, lot 27.. 1.(8 Sallie McEall, lot 2S. 1.03 Ed Berry, lots 1 and 2, bloc* 29 ... 2.od 1. B .loncs, lots 3, 4, 5 and 0,block 29 . 4.12 Ed Berry, lot 30.... 1.(8 J 55 Wheeler &< o, lot 31 . 1.(8 Same lot 18. . 1.03 R R Persons, et al, lot 30 . 1.(8 Martha May. 45 foot south endof37. . . l.o.t 1. It Jones, 105 feet north end of 37__ . 1.(8 ,1 55 55 heeler & C'o, west side Of 3S . 1.03 R I, Berry, lot 39. 1.(3 Ed Berry, lot 40... 1.(3 Ed Berry, west 1-2. lot 41. 1.(8 Same lot 42.. 1.03 Mrs A E Ep]H*s,lots -53 anil 54. 2.Hi Same east half lot 03. 1.03 l‘ W McEall, east half lot 04.. 1.03 R .5 Gordon, lot 7.5 . . .. 1.(8 Eeilia Jones, lot ss . . . 1 (8 Allen Richardson, lot 110 .. 1.03 .1 B Terry. lotsOO. 113 and 114. 3.99 11 II Dougherty, lots 135. 13(1, 137, 13S, 139. .5.1.5 ,1 i "(rimg, lot 29n 1 .(.3 - E Bradshaw, lots 135, 130, 235,237. 4 12 same lo s 23', 239. 24n, 249 .. ... 4.12 same lots 2.50, 2.51, 252. 27i5. 4.12 Same lots 250, 2.59, 201, 271. 4.12 same lots 27', 2S3,2'4. 2s7 . . 4 12 same lots 290, 291, 2!«0, 298- . 4.12 same lots 300, 301, 90S. 3.09 Beasley \ McDaniel Addition, .1 a 55 In . h i- .A Co, lot 4 and e 1-2 19 . 2 00 J B Terry, lot 20 and w 1-2 19. 2.00 Same lots74, 91 audits. 3.09 II E Ikmgherty lots 113 and 114 . 2.00 susan Brooks ■- 1-2 lot 115.. 1.(8 Fannie Davis, n 1-2 lot 115 .. 1.03 II E Dougherty, lol 110. 1.(3 John Young, lilts 117,11' and 122. .. 39ip l.i/de 5 altoU.lot 120. i.03 II 1 Dougherty, lots 121,13.* and 140_ 3.09 Joe Cunningham, lots 125 and 120. 2.no Terry Addition to Madison .1 55 551.. iA Co, lots 3, 4,5, 0, 7, blk 3 5.15 Roy Clifton, lots 1, 2, 3, blk 4. 3.1*9 M i s Ada Zollinger, lots 4 and 7>, blk 4... 2.(4) All persons and corporations interested in said lands.town lots, tram roads or railroads, are hereby notified that they are required by law to appear and make defense to said suit ( r same will be taken for confessed, and judg ment final w ill be entered, directing the sale of said lands, town lots, tr am mads and rail roads for the purpose of collecting said delin quent level taxes, together with Interest, penalty and costs allowed by law* it. \V. Bayne, Clerk, April 7, 1911. 4-7-4t GOOD JUDGMENT invariably results in the selection of Lumber from our yards and sheds. | Contractors and Builders know that good work can't be done with poor material that's why so many of them are customers of ours. If you need lumber or paint for indoor or outdoor purposes, here's the place to buy. EWART MARSHALL LUMBER CO. WHEN YOU FEEL BAD If you are bilious, languid, constipated, suffer from indigestion, sour belching, bloated feeling, bad breath, headache, wind in the bowels, dizziness, you need PRICKLY ASH BITTERS The Great System Cleanser and Regulator. A few doses will open and purify the bowels, tone up the stomach, stimulate the kidneys and liver and impart a feeling of strength and vigor. It transforms a tired, nervous, halfsick man or womap into one of bright, ruddy good health, energy and cheerfulness. Oet the Qenulne with the Figure ••J” In Red on Front Label. Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. J. 1. SAKDKKS, Special Agent. Superior (Dry Air) Refrigerators were awarded the Gold Medal at the Louisiana Purchase Exposi tion at St. Louis for the following points of superiority: Superior quality of construction and material. Finest sanitary system and workmanship. Best system of Refrigeration—-positive dry air circulation. High efficiency of insulation. * Latest improved lock. Over lapping doors. All of these good points and many others are found only in the Herrick. It will never become foul, because it has the direct and positive cold dry air circulation. It is odorless, because it is dry. It is the most economical, because it uses less ice on account of its supe rior construction, insulation and circulation. Fish, milk and other odoriferous fruits, etc., can be stored in the Her rick without any danger of contamination. Matches can be kept in the Her rick for weeks without getting damp. The A size $17,50; No. 22, $22.50; No. 30, $22.50; No. 42, $32.50; No. 44 T. $40.00. Sold exclusively by Forrest City Furniture Company. W hi IIihit Order. In St, Kraneis Chancery Court. A. H. Chattield, Trustee, Plaintiff, VS E. A. Rolfe, el als, Defendants The defendant, liobt 1! w ade. is w arned to appeal in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, A. II. Chattield. Trustee. R. w Payne, Clerk. April ti lull Rose. Ileniinjjway • ’antfell & Eousihliorough, Solicitors for Plaintiff NEW YORK CLIPPER 18 THE OREATE8T THEATRICAL 4 SHOW PAPER IN THE WORLD. S4.00 Per Year. Sirgle Copy, 10 Cts. ISSUED WEEKLY. Sample Copy Free. FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ltd), ALBERT .1 BOR I!'. ITBLISHEHS. MiNA.ii, . 47W.2VT11 ST., Ntw YuKK. Rock Island Lines Tickets on Sale, March 10 to April 10, 1911 Make the trip to Califor nia now. You can buy a one-way Colonist ticket and go in perfect comfort on fast trains—with dining car service — in through Rock Island Tourist Sleeping Cars providing the conve niences of a Standard Pullman at half the cost. 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