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Hand Sorted Triumph Seed Potatoes White, Red and Yellow Onion Sets St. Charles and Hickory King Seed Corn G ARDEN SEEDS-ALL KINDS Ozan Mercantile Company. Prescott, - Arkansas WE CAN NOW Show you an up-to-date Line of Embroideries, La I ces and Flouncing that we | have just opened up. Try a package of our cel ■ ebrated Log Cabin Coffee. Our Grocery Department : is always Fresh and Com ; plete. WYLIE & HENDRIX. GHURCH COUNCIL Minutes of the first meeting of the church council of the Metho dist Episcopal Church South Prescott, Arkansas Persuant to a call of the pastor Bro. B. A. Few, the first meet*! ing of the Church Council was held in the church at 7:30 p. m. Monday, January 27th, 1912. 1 Rev. B. A. Few, after devotional exercises, made an introductory statement setting forth the pur pose of the organization. On motion of B. H, Logan, H. B. McKenzie was elected Secretary of the Council. T h e following persons were present: Bro. B. A. Few, H. A. Sykes, W. P, Murrah, J. P. Cornish, H, B, McKenzie. Mrs. C. B. And rews, B. H. Logan, Gould Wil son, A. M. Westmoreland, F. K. Thorborn. Mrs. Geo. Cress, Mrs. H. E. Dorris, M. W. (ireeson, M. M. Smyth, W. W. White, 0. R. McDaniel, Mrs. J. C. White, Mrs. H. B. McKenzie. The foliowinyr persons were announced as members of the council by virtue of their official positions in some department of the church: B. H. Logan, M. W. Greeson, VI. M. Smyth, W. P. Murrah, Ed Cantley, H. J, Wilson, H. B. Mc Kenzie, Alex Vaughn, Finis Mur rah, Mrs. J. C, White, Mrs. J. D. Cornish, Mrs. T. R. Wright. H. A. Sykes, 0. R McDaniel, Sam White, W. W. White, J. D. Cornish, C. C. Calhoun, J. H. Crow, Mrs. G. F. Cress, Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. Dorris, Mrs. J. A. Bailey, Geo. Cress, J. O. A. Bush, F. R. Thorburn, J, A vVhite, A. M. Westmoreland, W. K. White, C. C. Hamby, Mrs. C. C. Hamby, Mrs. C. L. Green, Mrs. Mark Smyth. Mrs. Gould Wilson, also the officers of the Epworth League. The pastor, Bro. B. A. Few, made a general statement of the purpose and duties of the coun cil. The foiling persons were add ed to t tie repair committee, which was named by the last Quarterly Conierence: B. H. Logan, W. P. Murrah, Mrs. Cress, H. B. ^McKenzie, M. M. Smyth, Mrs. Smyth, M. W. Greeson, Mrs. C. B. Andrews, Lev. John Anderson address the meeting on the subject of Western Methodist. il. B. McKenzie made a state ment with reference to the S. S. Library. Rev. Few propounded the question, Is the church reach ing the men and boys, and if not. why not? The following Committee on constitutions and by laws was named by the meeting: H. Bi McKenzie, M. W. Greeson, VV'. . P. Muriah. They were asked to report next meeting. Mrs. Cress, Mrs. Andrews and M. M. Smyth were appointed by pastor to prepare a program for the next meeting. Motion of W. iP. Murrah. B. A. Few Chairman, H. B. McKenzie Sec. ITCHING PILES 1 want you to know how much good your Hunt’s Cure has done for me. I had suffered with Itching Piles fifteen years, and when 1 was traveling through Texas a man told me of your Hunt’s cure. I got a 5Uc box and it cured me. John Bradley, Caney, Kans. PROCRAM The Fpworth League meets Sunday evening at G:30. Subject, Hearing. Plus Obedi ence. Miss JL)ora Young Leader. 1st Topic, A wise man w h o built his house on a rock Dale Mel )aniel. 2nd Topic, Be ye doers of The Word, and not hearers only. —Eunice White. 3rd Topic, To him that know eth to do good and doeth it not, to him it is a sin Electa Cant ley. Quartet. The making of a Jewel Fred Guthrie. Rea ing—Lela Andrews. League Benediction. NO CALOMKL NECESSARY The injurious effect and unpleasant ness of taking calomel is done awaj with by Simmons’ Liver Purifier, the mildest known liver medicine, yet the most thorough m action. I’ut up in yellow tin boxes only. Price 25c. Tried once, used always. METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY Sunday School 9:15 a m. Preaching at 11 o’clock am and 7:30 p in oy pastor. League service at 0:30 p. rn. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p m. WHY It is to your Interest to use REXALL REMEDIES. Each and every Remedy is positively guaranteed to you by the Rexall Store The medicine used in these prepara tions are the very best on the market the prices are very reasonable, and the Rexall Store will be pleased to handle your drug business. ('all and see us. THE REXALL STORE PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS GUTHRIE DRUG STORE Phone 76. MOLES AND WARTS Removed with MOLESOFF, without pain or danger, no matter how large or how far raised above the sur face of the skin. And they will never return and no trace or scar will be left. \MOLESOFF is applied di rectly to the MOLE or YVART, which entirely disap pears in about six days, killing the germ and leaving the skin smooth and natural. MOLESOFF is put up only in One Dollar bottles. hiu’li bottle is forwarded postpaid on receipt of price, is neatly parked in a plain case, accompanied by full directions, and contains enough rent* edy to remove eight or ten ordinary MOLES or WARTS. We sell MOLES Off under a positive GUARANTEE if it fails to remove jour MOLEor WART, we will promptly refund the dollar. Letters from personages we all know, together with much valuable information, wili lie mailed free upon request. Guaranteed by the Florida Distributing Co., under the Food and Drugs Act, June 30, 190fi Serial No. 4503. Please mention this paper Florida Distributing Company when answering Pensacola, Florida. SCHOOL NOTES Everyone is enjoying the rain because they Ketout from school earlier “As You Like It” will soon be here. Be prepared to com * February 21st. “Lady of Lyons' is also coming. Watch for it March 21st. At the Court House tonight Newens.