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ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT
AYegetable PreparalionforAs similaiing rhe Food anti Rctjula fingilie Stomachs andBowelsof Infants /Children Promotes Digestion! hferfbl ness and Rest'.Contains neittw Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. Jteript ofOMDc&tmirTWai flmfjcin Sted~ Mx.Srana + MM/rSJ/s MistSttd * tiGBSiis*. MmSrrd Aperfect Remedy forConsfipa Mon. Sour Stomach.Dtarrhofa Worms jConvuls»i».Feverish ness and Loss OF Sleep. FacSinule Signature of NEW YORK. Al b months old Doses -35CenTS Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of mil In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TMC CCNTAUN tOHPANT. NCW VON« CITY. GREAT REDUCTION IN HATS I must make room for my Spring Stock, and in order to do so will sell Pall and Winter Hats regardless of cost. C display and prices in window. J. H. KERSHAW. ARTETIAN. Norman Martin, the ramrod of eeson’s farm, on the Big ouse, spent Sunday in these rgings. John McSweeny was the guest Miss Graeie, Sunday. I guess hn told her all about the chick. C. Y. Meador'sold the Denman ice, which he has had only a ort time, to a Mr. Odell of issouri. He is a brother of F. Odell, who bought the Cop ck place. Jim Harris and wife visited at Will Calloway’s Sunday. A Rawlett medicine man was around last week. He claims they have a cure-all remedy from rheumatics down to pure, un adulterated laziness. Marshal Doogan is going to farm on a big scale this year. He has a yoke of steers to plow and work to the buggy. Charley Peachey says he is going to make up the writer a dinner like the one we had Sun ALL WOMEN Who suffer with the ailments of their sex are in need of the great strengthening, cleansing and regulating properties of PRICKLY ASH BITTERS It puts the liver, stomach and bowels in fine healthy condition, builds up the nervous system, strengthens the body, clears the com plexion and changes a poor, tired, discouraged woman into one of sparkling good health and cheerfulness. P-o—1, L UPOWm^r pfr^nn day before last. DEATH OF MRS. JIM NEAL As the sun was sinking beyond the western skies, and the shadows were gathering o’er the valleys, bespeaking the night of death that will ere long close over us all, the death angel visited the home of Mr. Jim Neal and took from him his loving wife, and wafted her away to the far be yond, one of its rarest flowers and richest gems, leaving broken hearts and a pall of gloom where glad hearts and bright rays of hope and happiness reigned a few hours before. She is gone, but she passed peacefully to rest from troubles, trials, disappointments and sor row that are strewn along the pathway of this life of pain and death. longue cannot express the grief of the husband and chil dren who realize the departure of their loved one. We are given this short life to prepare for that home over there, where loved ones are awaiting our coming and where we shall all be gatherd home. 'Tis a sweet, solemn thought to think that the time will soon come when we can lay aside the bur dens and hardships of life in this unfriendly world and go to that upper and brighter kingdom where we will dwell in peace and joy forever. But it fills our hearts with sorrow when one so pure, true and kind, is taken from our midst. She died at her home on Thurs day evening, at 9 o,clock. She leaves a husband, six children, many relatives and friends to mourn her death. The funeral services were con ducted at the Sweet Home ceme tery, on Friday afternoon at 3 o’clock. “A precious one from you is gone. That never can be filled. A place is vacant in your home. A voice you loved is still. “Thanks for all the joy she gave us While she tarried with us here. Thanks that mid the heavenly chorus Rings her voice so sweet and clear. “Be patient, kind and loving friends, ; Though thy loss may seem so hard, She left you with a smiling face, So grieve not in her regard.” A Friend. I. M. Mrs. Mollie Neal, wife of Mr. Jim Neal, died last Thursday night at 9 o’clock. She was Miss Mollie McCain; was born November 27, 1855, died January 19, 1911. She was a consistant member of the Bap tist chruch. She leaves a hus band, five daughters and one son, a dear old mother, several broth ers and sisters, and a host of' relatives and friends to mourn her departure. Her funeral was conducted by Brother Felts, her pastor, and her body laid to rest in New Home cemetery. Her daughters are Mrs. Dan Vickers, Mrs. Duff Buckhanan, Mrs. Bob Brown, Misses Myrtle and Mattie, one son, Mr. Dave Neal. We do truly sympathize with them. We feel so sorry for Mr. Neal. He has watched so kindly and tenderly over his dear wife for she has been a gre^t sufferer for : many years. She will be missed so much in her home. She spent I her life in this community and | wras loved by all for her nobility of spirit, and her upright, true I character. She was a faithful : wife, a patient, loving mother, a true Christian friend and neigh bor. A Friend. OLD SWEET HOME. Health seems very good around this place at present. Everybody seems to be over with their bad colds. The candy breaking at Jim Husky's last Saturday night was well attended and all report a nice time. Ira Boyett filled his regular ap pointment at Mr. Head’s last Sunday. Mr. Carmon said there was one command in the Bible he could not obey, and that was to visit the fatherless and the widows, and the widows]opposed of his coming, which was his greatest desire. Miss Noble Wilson and John H. were out driving last Sunday evening. Miss Eunice Sewell and Miss Edna Hendrix, of Hope, were out driving their mule last Sunday to see how fast he could trot. We could hear Euuice coming say ing, “get ud, Jude.” If you want to see Henry Bil lingsley smile ask him how he liked his walk last Sunday. Guess he thought he would get to see Miss Roxie. We are sorry that you got so disappointed, but! wake up Henry, she will come! back again and tell you some more about her Hope fellow she found Xmas. Look out girls, Richard is clear ing him a new ground and he said that he was going to make some pretty girl happy if she would just say yes. Mr. Will Campbell has been making some flying trips to Hope to see Miss Sparks. Look out, Clara, she will get him and leave you all alone. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holloman was .the welcome guest of Mr. j and Mrs. Jim Huskey last Sun-' dav. Remember the regular sing ing evenings at this place, every j first and third Sunday evenings every body is invited to come and take a part in the singing we would be proud of your help, j CARD OF THANKS. Rosston, Ark., Jan. 24. Editor Picayune: We wish, through the columns of your paper, to thank our neighbors and friends for their kindness during my illness, they were all so kind to us. We pray that the good Lord will keep you all in good health during this year, especially Dr. Shell, who so faith fully attended us. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ingram and children. The sad news reached here Sunday morning of the death of Mrs. Smith Graham. She died at her home about 8 niles north of Prescott. Saturday night about 8 o’clock, with pneumonia. She was hurried at Nubbin Hill Sun day. Rev. W. R. Barham preached her funeral. T. G. Wylie and John W. Duke have purchased the stock of W. S. Hesterly on east second street and wiil continue the business at the same place. They will carry Start Right With the New Year. Let your resolution be to improve your property and increase its value. Buy your Lumber where you can get Standard Stock at a reasonable price. No effort will be spared on our part to satisfy the most exacting customer. We have a prompt deliv ery service and will deliver any quantity any where in town. Visit our Yard or Phone No. 13 Home Lumber Company FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS GUARANTEED TO SATISFY CUSTOMERS FROM THE ORIGINAL CABBAGE PLANT GROWERS. *A»iY .IERSKY WAKEJISLD. CBA*LESTi>M La ROC TYPK l n# c«»ii»m Wakefield. OtbtotfA Vrgw*. 3d succession. n« UrliMt FUt M««d ViriMy. AUOI STA txdcuk. A JittU lattr UtAn Muro^Mion. SHORT 4TKMUKU SLAT DUTCH THAPCMARX COPYRIGHTED Established 1868. Paid In Capital Stook $30,000.00 _ We crew the first MOST PROOF PLANTS In IMS. Now hare over twenty thousand satis fled cnscomers. We hare mows and sold more cabbage plants than all other persons in the leapt am oemblned. WHY? Decause our plants roust please or we send Tour money back. Order now; it is time to set these plants In your section to get extra early cabbage, and they are the ones that sell for the roost money. Also grow fall line of Strawberry Plants, ---- —-- ^— r.—_i of the beet varieties. I containing valuable information about fruit and vegetable growing. Prices onCabbagePlante:— n lots of A00 at It.00; 1000 to 5000 fl.fio i*er thousand: 6,000 to 0.000 $1.85 per thousand: 10.000 and over LOO |>er thousand, f. o. b. Yonges Island. Our aeeelal eapreea rate ee plasts Is eery lew. sen ror tne roost money. Ws ssw Ihrss tons of Cabbies Said str ssason i Prult trees and ornamentals. Write for free catalog of ffoat-proof plants Wm. C. Geraty Co., Boxssi Yonges Island, S. C. Subscribe for The Picayune. $1.50 per year. DENTAL WORK Pure Gold Crown, $4.50. Full upper and lower Sets of teeth, $10.00. All work guaranteed through the Bankers. J. F. Herdford. Painless Dentist, Hope Ark. Douglas Brooks What is there better than a “touch-me-not” That grows in the gardens of Pres cott We take it back, I almost forgot. The lunches you eat while “they’re hot.” Douglas Brooks “The Home of Cooks” This is truly so Next Door to P. 0. Alex Vaughan is an agent for the prettiest line of Monuments and Tombstones ever shown in Prescott. See him and get what you want for your cemetery lot. CLEANING AND PRESSING PARLOR HELMS & CLEM, PROPS. Clothing pressed and cleaned in a satisfactory manner. A speciality of ladies’ work. NEXT DOOR TO 6EE S MEAT MARKET. PRESCOTT CAMP NO 13707 M. W. of A. meets the 2nd and 4th Friday nighta in each month at W. O. W. Hall. E. Mautz, Consul. Thoe. F. Dixon, Clerk' $1000 “I wouldn’t take a thousand * dollars for the good VINOL has done me. I was told that Cod Livei Oil was the medicine I needed for my weakened condition and poor blood. I could not take the greasy mixture, and when our druggist told me that VINOL contained not only tonic iron but all the medicinal prop erties of Cod Liver Oil without the grease or oil or bad taste, I made up my mind that was the medicine for me. I tried it and to-day am strong and well.” Mrs. J. T. Snyder, Greensboro, N. C. Wfl guarnntfle tho geuuineoetfft of the above testimonial. We sell VINOL with the understanding that if it does not give the purchaser per fect satisfaction, we return his money without question. Will you try a bottle un der these conditions? Baker Drug Store The Secret of Youth Do you ever wonder how you can remain young, or why other women older than you, look younger than you do? The secret can be put in a few words: “Preserve your health, and you will preserve your youth.” By “health” we mean not alone physical health, but nerve health, as, sometimes, magnificently strong-looking women are nervous wrecks. But whether you are weak physically or nervously, you need a tonic, and the best tonic for you is Cardui. It builds strength for the physical and nervous systems. It helps put flesh on your bones and vitality into your nerves. Iie CARDUI J 4*5 The Woman’s Tonic L Adcock, of Smith is passing through the “My mother,” writes Mrs. Z. ville, Tenn., “is 44 years old and change of life. . ‘ She was irregular and bloated and suffered terribly. My father stepped over to the store and got her a bottle of Cardui, which she took according to directions and now she is up, able to do her housework and says she feels like a newlwoman.” Try Cardui in your own case. Write to: Ladies’ Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tens., for Special Instructions, and 64-page book. "Home Treatment lor Women." sent tree.