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■ #re bilious, languid, constipated, suffer from indigestion, sour belching, 1 ■ 'nog bad breath, headache, wind in the bowels, dizziness, you need i; ; Irickly ash bitters ■ The Great System Cleanser and Regulator. I doses wiH open and purify the bowels, tone up the stomach, stimulate § Edneys and liver and impart a feeling of strength and vigor. It transforms 1 Ed nervous, halfsick man or woman into one of bright, ruddy good health, ■■■ Ey and cheerfulness. ■ Oet the Genuine with the Figure “3” In Ked on Front Label. _ ■ Sold by Druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle. NISHMENT [Sanitation Laws, idependent ck, Dec. 13.—Dr. C. i of the State Board eports that while he ngton, Ky., recently, a luncheon tendered to the Southern Medical Associa tion and their friends by the management of the Ellendorf dairy, located six miles North of Lexington. “The luncheon,” says Dr. Garrison, “was served under the cow sheds where the cows were milked. No screens whatever were used in the sheds, and not a fly, mosquito, or other insect was in evidence, while at the leading hotel, where screens were used, and electric fans were in constant use, flies were plenti ful. This is a thorough demon stration of what sanitation can do- All breeding places were dis posed of, and perfect sanitation obtained. This dairy has be come world renowned for its cleanliness and Lexington, through the reputation of its dairies, consumes and distrib utes more milk than it does whiskies and wines “How much better it would be if every citizen of Little Rock and the State of Arkansas would observe rigidly the laws of sanitation and prevent much of the illness and distress that now prevails.” What Red Cross Seals Do. Every Red Cross Christmas Seal that is sold is a real bullet in the fight against tuberculosis. These seals last year helped to \ j\, —I SEEDS OF EVERY KNWON VARIETY ' Mjlnted Write For Special Price List. We Sell Safes, Roofing Ji ■ Building Material and Hardware i|i ■iLeifer Bros. Seed Company jit Markham Street LITTLE ROCK, ARK. i ] j WAULm7PALEZ I J LEADING FLORIST JcUT FLOWERS, FLORAL DESIGNS. DECORATIONS. || ■ BLOOMING PLANTS, ROSES j J**. - 409 Main Street, LITTLE ROOT, ARKANSAS. ] ■ After Business .Hours Call 687 yOOOOOOOQOQnnftireoOOOOOOOOOjKrflQttt^ I Cubanola.5 S2S ■ SMOKES LIKE IT COST MORE ! Ploch-Lyons Company | I SOLE DISTRIBUTORS FOR ARKANSAS ! 1 LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS j I Vaughan’s Business College 1 LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS Pusilw Sch°ol teaching only STANDARD Systems, recog- j ISf Over 160.0M' : Is Wd 8eeSy t0*v0ur SuPe«or facUities for giving the BEST , fc.Px>deve^ng th® BEST position*. Draughon graduates j IVwy. 0ur er*ollment this fall is the largest i P*ly <*«, ,?quiPment Las been added in ever/ department to l^^es of R6 ,?8pidly increasing attendance Besides our In WJj Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand »nd Typewriting i ptaeut in *$ed finest equipped Telegraphy and Railroading ( KSlJuiSf8 section of the coffiy. Petitions guaranteed un- , NOW a AJ,tu>M* ^rit< for literature and full information* ; ^g^^Address th<* college, 7th and Main Streets, Little , |WQ00^>0OQQOOfM)OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOQOQOOQC support thousands of needy tu berculosis patients and to give them a chance for life. They provided for rminy visiting nurs es, whose hundreds of thousands visits brought instruction and cheer to numerous patients They helped maintain dispensar ies in scores of cities from the Atlantic to the Pacific, where thousands off consumptive pa tients received free treatment, aid and advice. They provided ■ the means tt> purchase millions of copies of Circulars, pamphlets and other literature with which the public has been educated about tuberculosis. They have established and helped to main tain more than 150 open-air schools for children who needed open-air treatment. These are just a few of the ways in which the $400,000 received last year was expended. This year $1, 000,000 is needed. Surely every one cap/ help by buying at least ten sea|s P/cture Was Not Stolen. Special to Independent. Little Rock, Dec. 13.—The fol lowing item is going the rounds of the state press: “The beautiful picture of ex Gov. George W. Donaghey, which was hung in the house of representatives in the new state capitol building, has disappear ed and quite a consternation reigns among the state house of ficials ; none of them knowing of its absence until yesterday when the custodian of the building discovered that the picture was gone.” The only part of the item that is true is that the picture of ex Gov. Donaghey is not hanging in its accustomed place- But it has not mysteriously disappear ed, the state house officials are not in consternation over the Taka One Pain Pill, ! then— Take it Easy. i i , | For Neuralgia, nothing io i bettor than [ Dr. Miles* ! Anti-Pain Pills I Used by thousand* | for a generation » Those who have suffered from ! neuralgic pains need not be tola ( how necessary it is to secure re 1 liet. The easiest way out of neuralgia is to use Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills. They have re lieved suffsrers for so many yenrs that they have become a household necessity. "I have taken Dr. Mites’ Anti-Pal* puis for five years and they are the only thing that does me any good. They have relieved neuralgia In my head tn fifteen mlnutea I have also taken them for rheumatism, head ache, pains In the breast, toothache, earache and pains in the bowels and limbs 1 have found nothing to equal them and they are all that le I claim'd for them.” j. W. SEDGE, Blue Springs, Mo. At ah druggists—25 doses 25 cent*. Never sold In bulk. t miles MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind. I yr , .ft" vk ; . i. < theft, and no theft was “discov ered” by the custodian. The truth of the matter is that the sensational story was due to the removal of the pic ture from the wall to make way for the interior finishers. All the plastering of the hall, as well as the greater part ol the inter ior of the capitol, is to be remov ed, and replaced with marble. It was necessary to move the pic ture, therefore, and it was taken into the office of the Secretary of the Commission, where it can be seen by any one and where it will be kept until it can be re ining in its place. Kingsley Defends Earth Roads. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 11. — “Earth roads and macadam roads cannot be relegated to the past,” declared E. A. Kingsley, of Little Rock, Ark-, state high way engineer, before the dele gates to the American Road Builders” Association conference today. “In recent years it has become popular to neglect and ! decry the earth road and some engineers have disclaimed its value altogether, but that it is a problem demanding considera tion of every highway engineer in the country easily is evinced when it s known that of the 2, 000,000 miles of roads in the United States, more than 90 per cent is earth road. “Earth roads can be well con structed and there is wisdom in I constructing them well. Intel ligent and constant mainten ance is the secret of good roads.” The importance of the road drag was emphasized by Mr. Kingsley. The advantages of good roads in bringing the farmer into clos er touch with the consumer in the big cities and thusdecreasin the cost of living generally was dwelt upon by speakers tonight. Congressman D. W. Shackle ford of Missouri, chairman of the house committee on Roads, the principal speaker, urged the necessity of “business” roads “so that the American farmer will have a chance to compete with the farmers in Ar gentine.” Samuel Hill of Seattle, presi dent of the association, delivered an illustrated lecture on Ameri can and European roads. Arkansas Bull Wins Prize. Special to Independent. Little Rock, Dec- 13.—Com missioner Page has been advised of the victory won by an Arkan sas animal in the International Live stock show in Chicago in competition with the world. A four-year-old Hereford bull, Point Comfort XIV, won the Grand Championship prize against all comers. The animal is the property of W. J. Davis of Jackson, Miss., and was purchas ed by him for $460, as a yearling, on the sale of the Oscar Miles’ herd at Booneville, Ark., soon af ter Mr. Miles’ death- He has ta ken prizes at the Tri-State Fair in Memphis, at the Dallas State Fair and elsewhere. Mr. Davis I has refused an offer of $10,000 for him. Hotel For Negroes. Special to Independent. Little Rock, Dec-13.—John W. Gaines and Scipio Jones, negro lawyers of Little Rock, have ap plied to the Blue Sky dePar^' ment for permission to sell stock for the erection of a $50,000 ho tel for negroes in this city. It is a project that some of the lead ing negro citizens have been con sidering for several years, anc they believe they are about al the point of realization. Do Your ClotnesLook Yellow’ If so use Red Cross Ball Blue. 1 will make them white as snow Large 2 os. package 6 cents. I ' *1 Sound Advice To Boys. Boys. I know it is not much j use to preach to you, and that, I even if an impression is ms ide | on you, it runs the risk of being j effaced as soon as you come into ! exposure to temptation. But if you could only have, in these ( bright, hopeful, confident days of yours, the experience of years, you would abstain from intoxi-! eating liquors, not only as a mat- 1 ter of principle, but as matter of hard common sense and of your personal happiness, health, suc cess and prosperity. There is no denying that intox icating liquors are indulged in by many respectable people, or that they are associated, in some literature and in some so- i ciety, with good fellowship and merry times, or that some per sons can use them moderately without immediate apparent in jury. But take my word for it, that the risk of their use is a terrible risk; that there can bo just as good times and just as good fellowship without them; and that nobody thinks a bit the less of a fellow because he will not use them, but on the contra ry that every business man or professional man, whatever his own habits, instinctively turns away from employing any young man who has the taint of liquor about hm iiivery physician now conuemus the use of alcohol as a drink. Ev- 1 ery employer counts the use of it against an employe. If you want a clean conscience; if you want a healthy body; if you want money in your pocket and credit to your name, put your foot right down and say that you are going to abstain from the use of intoxicating liquors and keep the I faith. Is there anything nastier than a man under their influence? Be clean and wholesome. Keep j your brain clear, your head j steady, your self-respect firm, j and you will have a life that is worth living. This is not a mat ter of goodly talk and sentiment. If nothing else will convince you, experience will, but it will be that experience which can only come too late to be of any use. You may think that you have self control enough to take care of yourself. But the chances are that your self-control will be no more than pasteboard against a Gatling gun if you tamper with temptation and once begin the indulgence. - Ex-Governor D. Long in Temperance Cause. lirl_A. rr« Tlnitn YYiiai jl u aiv > Special to Independent. Little Rock, Dec. 13—The penitentiary authorities are in a quandary. Fred Pelton, a coal black little negro who was sen tenced to the penitentiary in 1909, in Little Rock for a term i of 115 years for a series of as-1 saults upon white women, killed a negro woman near the state farm last week. He has been brought back to the walls and is being held to determine whether he can be arraigned for the mur der that would send him to 'the electric chair with 101 years of his first sentence to serve. LOW FARES FOR THE HOLIDAYS Chri stmas 1913 New Years 1911 To All Points In The SOUTHEAST AND SOUTHWEST via ROOK ISLAND LINES Enquire as to fares, dates of sale, limits, train service, etc Write To ( H AS. K. SLOAT, Assistant (Jeneral Passenger Agent, LITTLE ROCK, ARK. or consult ^ Ticket Agent Rock Island Lines. Station LODGE DIRECTORY. Royal Arcanum. Newport Council, No. 322. Royal Arcanum meets 1st and 3rd Friday nights in each month in the opera house building. Visiting brethren always wel come. S. M. Bealtie, Regent, W. C. Wishon. Sec. Woodmen of me World. Pecan Camp, No. 3, meets 1st and 3rd Thursday nights of each month in Masonic Hall. Visiting brothers welcome. R. T. Simmons, C. C., P. S. White, Clerk. Modern Woodmen. Newport Gamp, No. 13,674, M. W. A., meets Second Friday night of each month in Opera House. Visiting brethren invit ed. R. T. Simmons, Consul. Jackson Ixxlge, No. 191 F. & A.M. Meets Second and Fourth ruesday nights of each month In the Opera House Building, Se cond and Hazel streets. Visiting brothers always wel come. Geo. M. Sink, W. M.t S. M. Beattie, Sec The I. O. O. F. The I. O. 0. F. meets every Monday night in Masonic Hall, corner Hazel and Second streets. Visiting brothers always wel come. S. J. Blackburn, N. G. J. F. Parish, Secretary. Tribe of Ben Hur. The Tribe of Ben Hur meets in the Board Building every Tuesday night at 8 o’clock by or der of the Chief. ' rn ynii_uy CIOTCQ Free to You and Every 8ister 8uf> IU lUU—ml wlwICn erlng from Woman’s Aliments. I am a woman. I know woman's sufferings. 1 have found the cure. I will mall, free of any charge, my kss |ml> ■Hi with full instructions to any sufferer froiu woman’s ailments. 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