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ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Dr. Ira H. Erwin is at Little Rock spending several days. Arthur Umsted is at Jones boro and Paragould on business for his house. For dray age, see B. G. Gra ham, the transfer man. Phone 334. OOdtf. Will Runyan of the Island was a visitor to the county seat Thursday. R. G. Parvin is at Tupelo and Weldon today for the Busy Bee Company. Roy McKenzie, representing the McMillin Book Comnany of ' Cljieago, is here from Jonesboro, whore he has been for several days. For Rent—Five room cottage. Apply to Mrs. L. B. Grant, 403 Leona street. 298d6t Addison H. Ely of New York City, has returned to his home after a short visit in the city with his friend, Miss lmogene Bandy of Newport, who is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Harry L. Williams. — Jonesboro Tri bune. W. J. Hammond, with the E. Merrell Book Company, came in last evening from a trip to Jonesboro and Walnut Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Wing have moved to Little Rock, where Mr. Wing goes on the road for the Coca Cola Company. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walton and Mrs. William Mosby return ed last evening from Little Rock where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Mosby’s brother. Miss Victoria Pickens of New ark was the guest of Mrs. Ira Pickens Wednesday night, en route home from Little Rock. The room occupied by the Western Union Telegraph office on Hazel street is undergoing repairs in the way of a concrete floor, new paper and paint. The office has been moved tempora rily to the building near the rail road track, which is used by the road officials. The friends of Mrs. Harry E. Dowell are sorry to know that she is still suffering from an in flammation of the throat, which is thought to have been due to the lodging of a small bone in the throat. -----s ■■■ilMllllilWIIMIBIIHillllBllil—llllllll—MilIM—— HIM—illllllMIIIIIMlIMM ,_— Wivetv a person has become dis couraged through years of failure to find a cure, and finally, perhaps, gives up trying, it is small wonder that he becomes skeptical. And yet, to all who have constipation, we would say, “Try just one thing more.” We wish you would try Dr. Cald well’s Syrup Pepsin, a laxative tonic that has been used for a generation. Thousands are using it; surely some ®f your friends among the number. You can buy it of any druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, but better still, send your name and ad dress to Dr. Caldwell for a free sam ple bottle. He will send you enough to convince you of its merits, and th/zrfi if you like it you can buy it of ,your druggist. Mr. J. J. Petty of Un ionville, Mo., Mr. George W. Zimmer man of Harrisburg, Pa,, and many others of both sexes and in all parts of the country first used a sample bottle and now have it regularly in the house. You will learn to do away with salts, waters and cathartics for these are but temporary reliefs while Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin is guaranteed to cure permanently. It will train your stomach and bowel muscles so t licit they will do their work again naturally without outside aid. Cast aside your skepticism and try Syrup Pepsin. For the free sample address Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 541 Caldwell building, Monticello, 111. THE NEALE INSTITUTE In Three Days You Will Be Perfectly Relieve Of The Drink Habit and All Those Symptoms Which Seem to Require Liquor As “Medicine” Will Disappear. * \ ■ •i1' **'$ NO MAN can afford to drink liquor — particularly a business or professional man, whose suc cess and possibilities of achieve ment depend upon a strong brain—a brain that is always clear and ready for business. A whiskey brain sometimes “feels” clear and bright and capable— but it isn’t; it is all wrong. The “feeling” of alertness and ambition is short-lived STIMU LATION of an organ that is weakened and paralyzed by the most insidious of all poisons— the POISON OF ALCOHOL. Under the guidance of the liquor' drinker the best business in the world will fail—executive abil ity, stamina and logic are lack ing. Why does a drink of liquor seem to quiet the nerves? Why do your nerves need "quieting?” Your system has been accum ulating ale holie poison during your years of drinking. All these years you have been punishing your nerves with the worst pos sible kind of punishment you could inflict; they have come to demand alcohol and will not be subdued without it and you WHIP them into subjection by additional doses of poison There will come a day when the vital organs of your body will no longer respond to alcohol,and ; it will be well for you to antici pate that time by coming to the Neal Institute NOW. The Neal treatment cures the drink habit and does away with the evils resulting from al coholic poisoning in THREE DAYS. A longer time would be ! superfluous. It drives everj i trace of alcoholic poison from j the system, thus doing away j with the CAUSE of continued j drinking, the cause of drunken- ; ness, the cause of craving, de sire and physical demand for li quor. All these symptoms are but the EFFECTS of the accu mulated poison—the CAUSE i,f stored in alcoholic poison. There are no hyperdermic in jections, no disagreeable feat ures, no SUBSTITUTE STIMU LANTS, no poison of any kind —a child could take the NEAL treatment with perfect safety. For further particulars, write phone or call. THE NEAL INSTITUTE, 815 Center Street, Little Rock, Ark. Log Cutters Wanted. To cut oak, hickory, gum and cypress, will scale in the woods if they lay over one pay day. Also want logging teams. Plenty of houses for laborers. Jacob Gierich, Auvergne, Ark. 90d & w Illinois Apples. Car load just received on Iron Mountain track near freight de pot, $1.10 per bushel.—J. A. Phillips. 98b7t. Union Meeting Still Growing In Interest. A large congregation greeted the evangelists last night at the tabernacle. While it was rainy and kept many away, those who were there were well paid for facing the rainy evening. Mr. Burke changed his ser mon last night and preached from Acts 3:15 “And Killed the Prince of Life, Whom God Hath Raised From the Dead: where of We are Witnesses.” He spoke of the “Power of Testimony.”, Evangelist Burke drew some forceful illustrations from histo ry of the improvement in the manufactures and the mechan ic arts. When people said what they intended to do the rest laughed. But we, today bear testimony of these things. In the days of our Saviour, He OOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOCQOQCOOOOOO* Some say they can’t talk for Christ, but they can make a long speech for a dime. The only way to win is to get out and fight for it. • Christ should be all things to us. He is, he will be with us in joy, sorrow and death. Quite a number responded to the invitations. Reporter. Superstitious Mothers. In the far north akin cradles are oommonly used. As a rule these are very crude and often unsightly In construction. They are very rare, even In great museums and ethnologic collections, because of the supersti tions and prejudices of the mothers. Asmng the Tlinklta at Alaska, no mat tor M» large the family stay be, the Nine cradle Is never used for more than oso child. Stanching Out. “So your daughter has giver up her piano studies T” ‘Tee.” replied Mrs. Cumrox; "I have thought the matter Dver And doubt the desirability of let ** ^ tsAergiood tftgt we cog peued to economize ana depend on lome-made music Fine for the Coroners. A young man in Wyoming seated iimself over a hundredweight of dy namite and then exploded it. And the mergetic coroners of" four Wyoming counties, says the Cleveland Plain Dealer, held separate inquests with :he usual fees. Why She Is Singing. •‘I haven’t heard your daughter sing ately.” “No, we haven’t had any body at the house recently who would soax her.” Avoid Covetousness. Refrain from covetousness and thy Mtate shall prosper.—Plato. 30COQCQQGQQGOOOOOOOQOOOOCO I FRANCE, GERMANY AND JAPAN TWO CARLOADS* OF FLOWERING BULBS FOR WINTER AND SPRING? BLOOMING. 13 Hyacinth, Tulips, narcissus, crocus, oxalis, freesias, Chi-g 3 nese sacred lillies, etc. g Write for our Fall Catalogue of Bulbs, Plants and Shrubs.!]! Do not forget California Privei, the great Hedging Plant! jj —it can be planted fromOctober to May. !ji We have enlarged our CUTFLOWER DEPARTMENTj]| and are able to take care of all orders no matter howi ] > large or small. Mail, wire, or phone all orders to ]!> Phones 463, FWicfc jli after business hours " I IUIIjU call 687. PAUL M. PALEZ, Mgr. 40p Main Street. Little Rock, Ark. Ill XXXJOQOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOf QOCOCQQQQQQCQCOQQCOQGQOQQQOQQQQQQQOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOCiOQ j Special Sale ON FURNITURE and STOVES On account of being overstocked we are forced to cut out our i Ej profit in order to meet our obligation. This is a loss to us but a i Nj big gain to the public. ] jj BED ROOM SUIT SPECIAL. Ijj One Oak Finished bed, roll foot, 6 foot head; one Dresser, oak fin- n 0 ish, large mirror, 20x24, 3 ejdtra large drawers; One Washstand X ?! to match. The above very finely finished, regular price $25 per ° q suit, sale price.... $17.85 0- You can save from 10 to 30 per cent by buying your stoves and fur ijl niture now. Space does not allow us to name all our bargains, !j! but we can save you money on anything and give you the best of 1 j > goods. ijt This sale will run only until we have lowered our stock to a nor* |! i mal state. 000000000006066900000000000099000! I Couldn’t Walk! ] v _ / vjB **I used to be troubled with a weakness peculifl ■ women,” writes Mrs. Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. M fj nearly a year, I could not walk, without holding my I I tried several different doctors, but I grew worse. Fbi S our druggist advised Cardul for my complaint I wjj ■ ^in, my weight was 115. Now, I weigh J83, andff fl never sick. I ride horseback as good as ever* l l ■ fine health at 52 years,” ^1 I We have thousands cf such letters, and^MM I arriving daily. Such earnest testimony from those* m have tried ft, surely proves the great value of this vm V ble, tpriic medicine, for women. S ■ Caraui relieves Women's sufferings, and builds il ■ women up to health and strength. If you are a vd ■ give It a trial. It should help you, for it hu helped M ■ Hon others. It Is made from pure, harmless, hero inS ■ ents, which act promptly and surely on the womanly onH H It is a good tonic. Try it! Your druggist sells it ||| Ifff Writ* io: Ladles’ Advisory Dept, Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanoofldf . ^ lor SpteialInstruction?, and 64-page bpok, “Home freajpteMfor Woman," eeiitfK RELIABLE OLD LINE INSURANCE Fire, Lightning and Wind, Live Stock, Farm a •Charles M. Hite in charge of the Life, Acciden Department will quote you rates upon “A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL.” HITE REALTY COM I BPCOOOQOCOQQQQOQQOQQOCGQO® 1 ,-,-, * 5 | Empty Barrels, Half j | j Barrels and Kegs j < For Special Prices On 5 Empty Barrels and Kegs < for Kraut and Pickling Pur K poses Address 5 A. W. ANDERSON & 5 COMPANY. j Box 264, Little Rock, Ark. 300000>0003000000000000000 ~ - — --—-1 WHY SEWEI '