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Markets at a special op portunity 1 bought a fine lot of Laces and Em broideries, 50 pieces of Ginghams, 50 pieces of Calico and a big lot of other dress goods. Will sell it cheap as I have no room for these goods We bought at, an extremely low price, over 5,0C0 pairs cf Men’s Women's and Children’s shoes of this season’s make and styles, con sisting of high shoes, p« ps, colonials and evening slippers. The surplus stocks of 2 large factories making shoes to retail at $3.00, $3.50 and $5.00. The following is a descriptio of the styles: HIGH SHOES Calfskin button and lace dos with dull kid tops; value $3.00 49c oes with black cloth tops; alia $3.50 49c f 1 >ut i (>n sh<h ; value $3.5(> 49c Patent leather button or lace shoes with dull kid tops; worth $3 90c Patent leather button shoes with black cloth tops; worth $5.50 90c Patent leather lace shoes with fancy colored cloth tops; worth $5 90c AU$5.00 qualities at $1.90 You must see the Shoes to realize the low price Winter Clothing Prices sake An Awful Tumble--Hats, too ' An unconditional clean-up of a . the nvn’s and youths’ clothing with the stamp of winter on it. Consequently, prices go down to th** zero mark. Here are some chapters in the story: Men's $10 Overcoats at - - $5.88 Made of fancy cheviot materials, also black kersej. Overcoat cut with a convert it e col lar and belted back. Also velvet collar over coats and shawl collar overcoats. 600 Men's and Youths' $12 Suits at $6,88 Made of fancy cheviot materials, also fan cy worsteds. In many dilTerent shades and patterns. Sizes :>'5 to -Hi chest. Men's $2 Soft and Derby Hats to go at - 50c There are derbies and soft hats in the lot. which is confined to f>0b. 1 hink of it' ode for a $2. Ob hat. Men's and Youths' $20 at - $12.Sj All hand tailored garment.a mad*' n ~‘ i *11 \ up to dale stylos. All sizes up to 1 > - • 1,000 pairs of Men's $3 Trousers, at $1.25 Made of worsteds and cheviots ai .» pi n blues and blacks; in size*- from :’.n i ' > wa< t rneasurment. 600 Boys' $4,50 Wool Suits at - $2.95 Made of ■ nelly ali wool cheviot n.at* rial cut in Norfolk and double br* , t* i •.•lede.s, sizes 7 to 17 years. “he New York Elm Street Free Ladies and Gents Watches, Rugs, Bracelets and Jewelry of Every Description. Lace Curtains, Rugs, House Furnishings, Rifles, Moving Pic ture Machines, Skates, Printing Presses Fountain Pens, in fact nearly every thing you can think of you can get Ab solutely Free for selling our Beautiful Fancy Drawn and Satin Striped Hand kerchiefs at 10c each, They sell rap idly, 6 can generally be sold in every house. Don’t send us any money, but write us to send you a lot of Handker chiefs to sell, that when sold you will send us the money and get the premi um selected Selling li4 handkerchiefs entitles you to your choice of an Ele gant Wotch. 't Gold Laid Rings, Lace Curtains, Etc. Write us today, we trust you and take back the goods if you cannot s*-ll them. 1n<>! a Co , Chicago, III. WALLACEBURG Friday morning of last week we woke up to find everythin# froze up hard and fast. Farmers in this section are be ginning to haul fertilizer home, preparatory to making another crop. There was a dance at the home of Mr. Farr Thursday night. We see there is a report circu lated that Prescott has quaren tined against Blevins on account of small-pox. I want to contra dict that statement emphatically NOTICE Sweet Potato Seed For Sale. 1 have a good lot of the improved Nancy Hall, or the Gee variety. A very early and prolific potato, will make 500 bushels per acre. Will be on sale at Farmers’ Union Warehouse MARCH 1ST, 1913. First Come, First Served. -—— Beware of Imitations For particulars write T. G. McMillian & Son R. F. D. No. 1. PRESCOTT, ARK. that it is not now nor has their been a case of small pox in, or nearer than 4 to6 miles of either Wallacebnrg or Blevins. We learn that this story originated from the Arkrnsas Democrat but it is false. The Oddfellows of this place will have a public installation of its newely elected officers on the night of F'eb. 15 at the hall in Blevins. We are expecting the degree team from Prescott to be with us on that occasion. Our mail that is due at Blevins at 11:45 does not reach here un til 3 or 1 o’clock in th * afternoon and sometimes as late as night, so we are continually one day be hind with our mail. We are informed that while Mr. Bill fribble who was called to attend the bedside of his sis ter, who was in a dying condition did die while he was at her home in the north part of this county. Saturday of last week there was a birthdav dinner given at the home of Mrs. John Tavlor, for the old folks which has been the custom for sometime past. Rev. Fincher with his camera took a picture of the old folks at Mrs. Taylor’s last Saturday. P»ro. J. R. Canfield and Mr. Winters paid ye scribe a visit one day last week Ben Mullen is spending a va cation at home with his parents. This section of the country is rapidly filling up with northern people, aud they are proving to be an industrious set of people. Mrs. Roberson has been on the sick list the past week. Last Sunday was preaching day at Blevins and Bro. Canfield filled his apointment. A case of the lights of proper ty was tried at this place Mon day. Grow IV2 Bales Cotton Where Only 1 Grew Before One to ono-and-a-half and even two bides of cotton, nr 00 to 00 bushels of corn per acre, require little more labor than smaller yields. Simply use liberally the right. fertilizer or plant food to the acreage you plant, and cultivate the erop more thoroughly and oftener. You cannot, be too careful in selecting fertilizers and seeds. Your soil deserves the best plant, food- which are Virgima-Carolina i I i«f h-(»rr ci<; u .fj' They are made In p\e Availa 1 'ho- phorie Acid, Ammon i or Nitrogen, iuid Potash in the rigl t eombimition for greatest \ > Ids. These fertilizer product bit; erop of (’OTTON, COHN, ilB % TOIiA(ICO, i 111 ITS, PEANUTS an 1 '1 ill ( K. Fertilizers1 VireiniaCarolituL 'CheffMCfS CO. V i rgini a-Caroli na Chemical Co. Box 1117 RICHMOND 1A VIRGINIA Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers For Sale by W. B. Waller, - - J. M. Haltoi PRESCOTT ARKANSAS j Stingly Cobb & Co. are chang i ing the old Ice house at Blevins land making a Ware-House out of it We have learned since writ ing the above in regard to t h e rights of property, that t h e: plaintif F. C, Morrow lost the case. This is the season of the year when mothers feel very much concerned over the frequent colds contracted hv their children, and have abundant reason for it as every cold weakens the lungs, j lowers the vitality and paves the way j for the more serious diseases that so often follow. Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy is famous for its cures, and is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by All Dealers. MINNESOTA TRAVELING MAN IN BAD SHAPE In an affidavit executed before a N° tary in St. I'aul a traveling man swell to the following: Had a scrofula ulcer about two or three inches in sit on the right side of neck over the juf ular vein a dangerous place treated by many doctors but no benefit Allen’s 11 Icerine Salve cured the aid in six months. This salve is one of the oldest rein* dies in America arid since 1869 it h® been known as the only salve powerk enough to cure chronic ulcers and i» sores of long standing Allen’s IJlcerine Salve acts by <!ri't ing out the poisons and healing t h sore from the bottom up. It is ’ powerful that it hehls new cuts an sores in one third the time that con! mon salves and liniments take. An it heals burns and scalds without scar. Sold by the Hesterly Drug Stot and other leading druggist.