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The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, lias borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision sineo its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ «Tust-as-good’* are but Experiments that trifle with s;:id e",danger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR IA Castoria is a burliness substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other ^Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates »I» - Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children’s Panacea—'. he - lather’s Friend. CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS The Kind Yon Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THt CINTAUN COMPANY. 77 MUMMAV •TStCT, NtWYONH CITY. GLEASONS EUROPEAN HOTEL RESTAUARNT1IN CONNECTION ROOMS $1.00 UP Electric Lights, Electric Elevators, Long Distance Telephone, Telegraph and Typewriting. We use Boiled Filtered Water. Comer Second and Center Streets, Little Rock. Arkansas Who wouldn’t be a farmer? There is just one trouble; only the farmers know how to farm. There are thousands who would like to quit the towns and cities and emigrate to the country, and possess themselves of broad fertile fields’ and proceed to make two blades of this, that or the other of grass grow where one or none grew before, but this proposition presents’ that it takes from two to twenty years to learn how to farm (some folks never learn), and within such a period bankruptcy might occur several times over. But if all of us cannot be farmers, all can ad I am representing different factories direct and selling high grade Pianos, Organs," Musical goods, Sewing Machines, Talking Machines and Records. All goods at cut prices except Edison Phonographs and Records ond Victor Talking Machines and Rec ords. Call and inspect my goods. A. MONSON, PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS JUST RECEIVED A full line of Fall and Winter Key Brand Shoes. Men and Women Shoes priced. $1.50 to $5.00! Children Shoes priced from. $ 1.25 to $2.50. Also received a nice new lot of Arkansas Rice, for which we will sale a fhlb. package with a nice glass Tumbler for 25'cents. J. H. KERSHAW Cornerjof Second and Main Street* At* McDanielsJjold stand mire the horny-handed sons of toil and rejoice with him in his present great prosperity. He is the bulwark of the nation and the salt of the earth. Bill Nye had the truth well told when he said; A man may use a wart on the back of his neck for a collar button; ride on back coach of a railroad train to save interest on his money till the conductor gets around; stop his watch at night to save wear and tare; leave his ‘i’ or ‘t’ with out a dot or cross to save ink; pasture his mother’s grave to save corn; but a man of this is a gentleman and a scholar compared to the fellow that will take a new spaper two or three years and when asked to pay for it puts it into the office and has it marked ’’refused.” J. R. Abbott' Walter Smart, W. P* Adams, Dr. May' J. W. Barnard and Dudley Bell left early Monday morning for Ful ton to hunt in the Red River bot toms. They retured last night with about 150 ducks. The oficers of a certain sport ing club of Hope learning that the above party was hunting there, proceeded to send oficers to their camp and attempted their arrest. As the officers were outnumbered they permited the hunters to report at Hope at their leisure. They stopped at Hope a short time Wednesday evening and talking the matter over with the authorities. It is very probable that the local crowd will fight the case to a finish as the people of Fulton are opposed to this hunting club at tending to regulate the hunting in that vicinity. —Gurdon Times. Louis C. Bernays LITTLE KOCK OPTICIAN WILL BE AT Hesterly Drug Store Friday. December 10th to Satur day. nicht December 11th. Special Attention Given to Children Cross Eve.' Straightened with out Knife or I’airi. Eyes Tested Free of Charge Office Hours: From 0 A. M. to <5 P. M. Mr. VV. F. Dickinson, the State Secretary of the Farmers Union of Arkansas will speak at the following places on the dates mentioned: Laneburg, Dec. 13, at night. Morris, Dec. 11, at 10 a. m. Rosston, Dec. 14, at 7 p. m, HollieSprings, Dec. 15, 10 a.m. Mineral Springs Dec. 15,7 p. rn. Delta, Dec. 16, at County Union. Everybody is invited to at tend. \Y. T. Almond, Pres. Morris Local. __ Jno. T. Manning of route three was a caller at this office oneday last week, J. B, Pittman was one of our ' many subscribers that called on j us last week. Are You Pretty O Nearly out of Stationery » Phone 232. ORDER NOW! WHY Flirt with business decay by using bum Stationery? You need the best. There is a market for t»he best, and Lhe surest way, we think, to get away from competition, is to do our work a little better than the other fellow. We are doing it. The Picayune If you have a house to rent, sell or insure, see Vaughan Re ality Co. SHEETMUSIC Talking Machine Records and small goods cash, and all who have notes and accounts due me will please come and pay or send the money to me at my music store. A. Monson JACK AND “JOHNNY BULL BARBERS Everythin* clean end up-to-date Hot end cold bathe Wwrr Mam St. FKBBCOTT ARK PRESCOTT CAMP NO 13707 M. W. of A. meets the 2nd and 4th Friday nights in each month at W. 0 W. Hall. E. Mautz, Consul. Thos. F. Dixon, Clerk. 1 ... . LANGFORD & CLIMMONS BARBER SHOP Every thing- up-to-date,clean towels and sharp razors Hot and cold baths. Kimball Pianos and Organs RECEIVE THE HIGHEST AWARD WHERE EXHIBITED The Tone That Lingers In Memory The full, bell-like tone of the KIMBALL PIANO lingers long in mem ory. It is different, richer, sweeter, more refined than anv other. There are reasons for this marvelous quality which you < an readily understand and fully appreciate. It lies in the superiority of material and in the conscientious care bestowed on the construction of the KIMBALL bv the highest class of skilled piano and organ builders. Every part of the KIM BALL is made in the mammoth KIMBALL FACTORIES, where perfection is the standard. That is why we can give you the strongest guaranty for durability and musical satisfaction. More than 190,000 KIMBALL PIANOS and 320,000 KIMBALL ORGANS are in use in the homes of the best people in the land. If you want to purchase a piano or organ, why not buy one that is guaranteed by the greatest Piano and Organ Factory in the world and backed by the oldest, the largest and the best Piano and Organ House in ih*' Southwest We can ship the instrument to you and give you factory price and allow you to pay for it on your terms of payment. It will he a pleasure for us to answer your letter and on request send you our catalogues and di rect selling and money saving plans and other interesting and valuable information. FREE WORDS AND MTSIC, “FOR THEE ALONE.’’ To every person answering this advertisement and mentioning this paper at once, we will send a copy. Hollenberg Music Company ESTABLISHED IN 1853. HOLEEN'BERG BUILDING, LITTLE ROCK, ARK. The Best, the Largest, the Oldest Piano House in the Southwest. WINCHESTER MODEL 1906 .22 CALIBER Extra Light Weight Repeating Rifle Shoots a light cartridge tor “fun” or target work and two heavier ones for hunting. This rifle handles .22 Short, .22 Long or .22 Long RiHe cart ridges without change of adjustment. It’s a take-down and a very handy, all-around small caliber repeater. Examine one and you’ll agree that it’s the biggest rifle value ever offered. ASK YOUR DEALER TO SHOW YOU ONE.