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There is a bottle of Cardui waiting for you at the Ante store. Have you tried it? ° if not, we urge you to do so, before your troubles have obtained such a hold on you, that nothing will drive thCnlEven now, it may be nearly too late. But try it any how If anything can help you, Cardui will. It has helped in thousands of cases, where other medicines had been tried in vain. Why should it not do the same for you? Hf CARDUI J45 The Woman's Tonic MMy daughter, Octava, would have been In her grave today had it not been for that fine medicine, Cardui,” writes Mrs. Laura Lawrence, of Drennon Springs, Ky. “Nothing 1 tried helped my daughter, until she had taken Cardui. I had sent for the doctor, when I thought of your medicine and got a $1 bottle. When she had fatten four doses she became all right I often recommend Qrdui to my friends.” Your druggist sells Cardui with full Instructions for use on the bottle. Write to: Ladies’ Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tenn., fot Special Instructions, and 64-pagc book. “Hone Treatment lor Women." sent free. jiif Con- | * i fectionery \ When you are hungry j eat with u s. Every l thing clean and fresh, i One of the best places V in town for cold drinks, j I cigars and tobacco. * DOUGLAS BROOKS. ( Next Door To Postotfice ) * A New Market I have opened up a meat market on the corner of West Main and Third streets, and keep first class meats and at reasonable priee9. L *t us sell you your meat. CASH MARKET Second-hand Organs at A. ■onson’s from $10 to $25.00. lti-8t A. Monson. BODCAW The Bodcaw Minstrels gave their performance to a large audience Saturday night. The entire proceeds amounted to thirty dollars. Although the ex penses were very he vy, a nice little sum will go on the piano fund. On next Saturday night we will have a debate at the school hall. The subject will be whether man has done more for the advancement of civilization than has woman, with Mr Roy Tompkins representing the mere man standpoint, and Mr. John son Camn defending the woman’s cause. Most all Bodcaw attended the singing at Union Sunday. A huge crowd was present, and those who could hear the sing ing said it was fine. A large crowd of old friends of the school were in town Sat urday night for the Minstrel. It I seemed almost like a reunion of the old hoys and giris. The Commencement Exercises hid air to be a success notwith standing th“ small attendance. The Exercises will begin on Sat urday night, May 21, with the Junior Entertainment; Eld B. M. Bogard, of Little Rock will preach the Commencement Sermon to the Graduating' Class j on Sunday morning at eleven;! Eld Bogard will also preach in | the evening at seven thirty; on Monday morning the Graduating class will give their program; Monday evening will he given the Elocution Recital; and on Tuesday evening the Exercises will close with the modern drama; “The Night Riders. This play is better than any that has been given at Bodcaw for a long time. The plot is laid upon the late tobacco troubles in Kentucky, and is full of genuiue interest throughout, and it has some real humorous situa tions, too. Admission will be charged only for the last night, at the usual prices. IN THE NEVADA CHANCERY COURT WARNING ORDER Calvin Elliott, Plaintiff vs. Louise Elliott, Defendant The defendant Louise Elliott is here by warned to appear in this court with in 30 days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Calvin Elliott, Given under my hand this 5th day of May, 1910. F. E. Murrah, Clerk. TOKIO, ARK., The town of Tokio is a beautiful place i Where the women cook grub that is good to your taste. The air is fine and the water is good You can keep your house warm for there is plenty of wood. The Tokio people all wear a smile on his face, For every man there is running his own race. Nobody is kicking and nobody is mad Everybody looks just like they are glad. Tokio is coming and she isn’t a; bit slow. Everybody who comes is bring ing the dough. The trains all stop here as they come and go You can ride anywhere if you’ve got the dough. Tokio is strictly a cash place. Everybody has a smile on his face. We would like to have you join the band, If you can’t stay, remain as long as you can. —Tokioite. “The Circular Stair Case.’’ ! ! M. H. TALEAFERRO ! CLOTHES CLEANED j CLOTHES PRESSED: LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY j Prescott, - • Arkansas. ---j ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce T. 1>. Buchanan as a candidate for the office of County Surveyor of Nevada County subject to the vote of the people at the general election in September. The most vigorous workers have speils of "tired feeling" now then. This feeling is caused by derangement in the stomach, liver and bowels. A few doses of 1’KiCKi.v Ash Bittkrs quickly corrects the disorder and sends the blood tingling through the veins, carrying life and renewed energy throughout the system. A Cunning Round of Mystery WITH EXCITEMENT AT EVERY TURN Vhe CIRCULAR STAIRCASE By MARY ROBERTS RINEHAR I "VI^E have the pleasure of announcing the ear y publication of the great mystery, detective and love story by this title and author. The book reviewers of some of the best known newspapers in the country have with out exception pronounced tins story of the best detective stories that has appeared in years. Watch for It!! You’ll Like It!! IN THIS PAPER ONLY *3.50 RECIPE CURES WEAK KIDNEYS, FREE Relieves Urinary and Kidney Troubles Backache, Straining, Swelling Etc. Stops Pain in the Bladder, Kidneys and Back. Wouldn’t it be nice within a week or so to begin to say goodbye forever to the scalding, dribbling, straining, or too frequent passage of urine; the i forehead and the back-of-the-head aches: the stitches and pains in the back ;the growing muscle weakness; I 8ix>ts before the eyes; yellow skin; sluggish bowels; swollen eyelids and ankles, leg cramps; unnatural short breath; sleeplessness and the de spondency? I have a receipe for these troubles that you can depend on, and If you want a Quick Recovery, you ought to write and get a cody of it. Many a ! doctor would charge vou $.'i.f>0 just for writing this prescription, but I have it and will be glad to send it to you entirely free. Just drop me a line like this: Dr. A. E. Robinson, k 525 Luck Building, Detroit, Mich., and 1 will send it by return mail in a plain en velope. As you will see when you get it, this receipe contains only pure, harmless remedies, but it has a great healing and pain-conquering power. It wiil quickly show its power once you use it, so 1 think you had better see what it is without delay. 1 will send you a copy free—you can use it and cure yourself at home. TOM C LIM M 0 N S BARBER SHOP Even thing up-to-date,clean towels and sharp razors Hot and cold baths. POULTRY AND GRAIN MARKET BY THE PRESCOTT ICE AND MILLING CO. Turkeys, per pound, 12 c. Fries, per pound, 10c. Hens, per pound, 8c. Old Roosters, per lb.. 3 l*2c. Ducks, per pound, 7 c. Geese, per pound, 4 c. Guinae. per jocund, 5 c. Wheat, perbu. $1.25 Corn, per bushel, 75c. Oats, per bushel, 50c. To the Property Owners A beautiful home is a matter of choice, not exjiense. Let us ; show you something that is j>ar ticularly appropriate for YOUR home. This is the best time to have your papering done. New samples now in. All orders will receive j>romj>t attention. ALBERT F. KISER Painter and Decorator Local agency for Kemien & Kuhnert Co’s. Chicago wall paper. PRESCOTT, ftRK. CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR iWIBfc —■ i M CAIN & TALIAFERO, PROP. Clothing pressed and cleaned in a satis factory manner. A specialty of ladies’ work. NEXT DOOR TO GEE'S MEAT MARKET. ! ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN And when they do —I hey hurt. HUNT’S LIGHTNING OIL is the one instantaneous relief and cure for all wounds, bruises, sores, cuts, sprains and abraisons of the skin. It forms an artificial skin covering, excludes the air instant ly, stops pain at once. There are many oils, but none like HUNT’S. The action is different, and the effects are well. . HUNT’S . . f||| L I G H T N I N Gl/IL Always have it in the house. Take it with you when you travel —you never can tell when HUNT’S LIGHTNING OIL may be most needed. 25cts and 50c ts bottles. FOR SALE BY ALl DRUGGISTS A.B. Rickards Mtdiciai Co.,Shiraaa, Tins HICKORY GROVE Well, Pic, after a pause of a week or so, I will come again. We are having some mighty nice rains now. A good many of the farmers are plowing up their corn and planting again. The oat crops look well. The fruit crop will be a com plete failure around Hickory Grove. The only thing we will have to fall back on will be! strawberries. Gov. Jones has organized a singing school over in the Anti och community. Mr. A. W. Dickerson was sick j last Saturday night and he had the Artesian doctor with him. Mr. Jones is goine to diversify his crop. He is going to plant a pint of peanuts and some pop i corn to feed his hogs on next Fall. Mr. Robert Tharp is somewhat bothered, he wants the medicine man to stay on his side of the railroad. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hawley, which was burned, died last Sunday eve, after 52 days of suffering, in spite of tender care and skillful doctors. Her remains were laid to rest in the Cantley Grave yard to await the resurrection morn. Mr. John Norman is preparing some hogs for the county and State Fair. We are glad that we have inter prising men and women to get up a Fair. Mr. Will Tompson and family visited Mr. S. E. Connell last Sunday. Mr. White and J B. Jordan, of Prescott, have joined the H. G. fishing club. They had fine luck they caught 60 fish. Why not the Hickory Grove and Artesian school districts unite and build up a large school at Bolivar and that would settle the trouble between Emmet and Artesian. They could run a ten months school per annum. Wide-a-wake. GRAVE YARD W0RKIN6 There will be a public working of the grave yard at Buchanan school house on Saturday, May 14th. Everybody come and bring the proper tools to work with. This will be an all day working, so bring your dinner. Practice Charity. II you do not begin giving when you have a little, you will not do it when you have a lot ... Ads. as Reputation Let us build you an inch I ad. in this paper; a col- I uinn ad., a page ad., or jf any old size ad. | Let it tell in forceful terms: | What you’ve got to sell What it’s worth Why it’s best at that price Such an advertisement j in this paper will bring E buyers who hardly knew J you existed before you I advertised. 1 (t’opjrritfht. r.XJs*. by W. N. U.» Hi-Lo Baking Powder 10c can for 5c. . .. Every Package Guaranteed PRESCOTT, - - - ARKANSAS. How About Your EYES? When you need glasses, go to Ed Barefield on East Elm street and let him fit you up. He has a complete set of Optical instruments and guarantees a perfect fit. Will test your eyes free. ED BAREFIELD, Prescott, Ark. —BAD BLOOD— Was good blood once and it can be made good again, if you take the right remedy — Plantation Sarsaparilla is a purifying and enriching blood builder, purely veg etable in its every ingredient. A general tonic to the whole system. Hesterly Drug Store, “Where your trade is appreciated."