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OvrcgclaMer, 1 railaiingilk. igiiii’Sionua.isa:ulL%wis.ii j —... ■■I ,. >'nr Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought R rv• :Oj Thirty Years CASTORIA THE CENTAUR COMPANY NEW YORK CSTY. ARTESIAN party at Sam Moor's last iay night was largely at ] and every one present ;ed a pleasant time. !y Mar tain, who now lives of the Carouse, was a •in this neighborhood Sun . Hetehler, the famous trader, spent Sunday with mily of A. W. Dickerson, s. Peachy was painting his trees last Saturday. He ie is fixing to sell out. ps some one else is fixing ace up the same way to r. Peachy, See? Ed) is getting cheap, Hob Cox i a load to town Saturday aded it fora gallon of oil. Ross was in town Saturday g for hands to help him ■ corn. ce MeSweeny bought a r>ok stove last week, also a f oats and bran, had a note from R. F. D. lg '.s to fix the road. All vv-: will p it that road in hap' . re we will bring tiu* t'vn if Hitchcock 't cart. SI' I'TON h sc ho >1 at Sutton is pro ng nicely. It would do well ure Pr<d. Thomas for an year. nd r what has become of ild geese'.’. They must be i up in the Artie region, merchants are all smiles be they are doing gmod busi Suttwn's the place for ess. A. Hallo way’s shingle mill is cutting 12,000 shingles a day. Sunday School at the Holiness Baptist Church. Everybody in vited to take part. J. M. Andres and family of Hope are visiting the family of !C. M. Andres. Miss Mable was all smiles Sun I day when she saw Barton come up the road. Someone, somebody, is weep ing on the account of measles. WALLACEBURG The second quartely conference of Prescott circuit M. E. South will convene at Pleasant Ridgej Saturday before the fourth Sun day in March at ten o’clock Sat urday morning. The Hempstead County Far mers Union will meet with Yancv local No. the last Thursday and j Friday in March as there will be' important business come before | this meeting. A full delegation' frcm all the locals in the county are requested. Claud Roberson after an absence j of four months in St. Louis re-1 turned home Tuesday ot last week and is confined to Ins bed under medical treatment. Dr. Thipps killed a line hog Thursday of last week. The Oddfellows ot this place are going to celebrate the ‘fid an niversary of the order in the United States the 20th of April with a picnic. Next week the school at this place will close with anexibition. Mrs Mullens received from her oldest son Ben. a massive gold breast pin with her initials en graved on it as a birthday pre sent. ' USE PRICKLY ' 4SH BITTERS FOR • ndicestion, constipation, KIDNEY TROUBLE. II CLtANSES ANO INVIGORATES. 4 ^ Sold by Druggists, r Price $1.00 per bottle. M J hesterly drug store DR. BAKER Will Examine Your Eyes FREE at the R.EXALL STORE Some of our neighbor farmers are done planting corn already and others are getting ready fast to do likewise. A Sight frost made it’s appear* ence around here Thursday morn ing of last week. The democrats would win a nation’s gratitude if they would take advantage of their congress ional victory to submit an amend ment to the constitution postpon ing inauguration day for a month and providing thatcongress shall convene immediately after inaug uration and that the second ses sion shall adjourn before the I election. Such a change would have two advantages: First, it would convene congress more quickly after the election and thus secure a more immediate compliance with the popular will; Second, it would give the people a chance to review the entire re record of congress and pass judg ment upon it. whereas at present they have no chance to sit in judgment upon the action of con gress during the closing session. Several attempts have been made to delay inauguration day but there is still more reason why the first session of congress should be held earlier than it is! and the last session before the following election. A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY I would almost as soon think of run ning my farm without implements as without Hunt’s Lightning Oil. Of all the liniments I have ever used, for both man and beast, it is the quickest in action and richest in result. For burns and fresh cuts it is absoutely wonder ful. I regard it as a household neces sity. Yours truly. S. Harrison, Kosciusko, Miss. Young ai d Old ; The best dressers everywhere j wear Nlade-to-Order Clothes. When you realize that good Made-to-Order Clothes cost no mone than "ready-made" stin k clothing, why not have your clothes made as you want them5 We are representatives for j whose good Made - to - Order Clothes are the recognized "Standard of America.” Let us measure you. TALIFERO BROS • Tit for Tat. Mam*—"Isn't this muff Aunt Sarah cut me a beauty?” Dorothy—"It's nice, imt I want a much larger one.” Marne—“Of course you do. Hut this is plenty big enough for my hands Lippincott's. Physical Impressions. “The new acquaintance we met yes terduy struck me forcibly on the in Btant." “You’re lucky. He struck me for cibly on the back ” I Economy in Painting f 3 ' Your House does not mean buying the paint sold at the lowest price per gallon. It means getting the paint that covers the most surface per gallon and gives the greatest number of years of service —in other words, the best value for your dollar. ACME QUALITY HOUSE PAINT costs less because it takes less and lasts longer. Cl Let us show you pleasing color combinations, estimate quantity needed, or be ot any other service we can, whether you buy or not. t Come in and get an Acme Quality Painting Guide Book and some color suggestions. McDaniel Hardware Co. DON'T COUGH SO HARD Don’t dope with cough syrups containing nerve deadening labit forming opiates. Use a harmless remedy such as you will find in Gregory’s Antiseptic Oil. A few drops stops cough in a few minutes. Cures sore throat and is good for a cold. Cali on your Druggist who will refund your money if not satis factory after using, Gregory Med. Co. Little Rock. Ark. CLEANING ANO PRESSING PARLOR B L. ALLEN, PROP. Clothing pressed and cleaned in a satisfactory manner. A speciality of ladies’ work. MILLER HOTEL SAMPLE ROOM. 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. Scream AI P,OPLr about what you re selling, but take a tip, brother, you’ll break ear drums, not pocket books. Sane advertising in j this paper makes j thmkmg people buy. J If you’re not in the 1 ad. van, isn’t it time \ you took a flyer? You have our word _you’ll never regret it. t Copyright, 1;JW, by W K• U•) Douglas Brooks Confectionery and Restaurant i 8 We have one of the best I ! Restaurant, Cigar, Tobacco B and Cold Drink Business in I: the city. Our private Lunch B and Ice Cream Parlor i s I strictly First-class. You are B always welcome. § We handle the Picayune | Contest Certificates ^ Next Door to P. 0. | _ .Subscribe for The Picayune. $1.50 per year. What To Do —for— Sickly Children Letters from Mothers “ I wish 1 could induce every mother, who has a delicate, sickly child,to try your delicious Cod Liver and Iron Tonic YJNOL. It re stored our little daughter to health and strength alter everything else had failed.”—Mrs; C. VV. Stump, Canton, < )hio. Mrs. 1'. I*. Skonnard. of Minne apolis, Minn., writes, “1 want to recommend VINt >L to every moth er who has a weak or sickly child. My little boy was sickly, pale, and had no appetite for two years. I tried different medicines and doc tors without benefit, but thanks to \ I NOT,, he is a well and healthy boy to-day.” C. Allen, of New Bedford, Mass., writes, “My two puny children gained rapidly in tleshand strength in a very short time after taking YJNOL.” We positively know VINOL will build up little ones and make them healthy, strong and robust. Try one bottle, and if you are not satis fied, we will return your money. Baker Drug Store A Good Example “1 am a good example,” writes Mrs. R. L. Bell, of McAlester, Okla., “of what Cardui will do for suffering women. "1 suffered with my head and back, for over six years, and although 1 tried everything, I never could get any thing to do me any good, until 1 began to take Cardui. “Cardui has surely helped me and built me up and 1 am so thankful that 1 have found something that will do me good. 1 feel so much stronger and better than 1 have in a long time.” It is well to make up your mind before you are sick what medicine you will take when you are sick. ijb CARDUI The Woman’s Tonic You will be glad to take it wh^n you are tired, mis erable and when life seems a weary grind, ft will put new thoughts into your head, fresh courage into your mind. If not sick now, at least burn Cardui on to the pages of your memory, so that when you are sick you will ask for it without thinking. If sick or weak, get a bottle today. At all druggists. U'rite to: Cadies'Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Cliattannooga. Tenn.. for Special Instructions, and 64-page book. "Home Treatment for Women." sent free.