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! I A complete assortment of pan^fl is furnished for the No. 2 Culti vator. You'll find just what you want. TS a pleasure to take a walk behind this “ cultivator. Do you know the Oliver No. 2 Walking Cultivator? If you don’t, you ought to get acquainted. It’s light — which means easy 10 nanaie. It’s strong and rigid made and braced in a way different from others—a way that makes and keeps it strong, serviceable and long-lived. It's beautifully balanced — the tongue doesn’t bob up when you raise the gangs. Il’s eas ly adjustable, you can suit it to the requirements of your work in a jiffy. It s — well, it's an OLIVER — and that means a lot things you already know. Drop in and see it, also other good implements from the big [ Oliver family. Farming Implements the greatest* known to farmers. We carry the Sulky, Raiding Cultivators, Walking Cultivators, Section Har rows, Cultivator attachments, Black Land, Mixed Land and Sandy Land Plows in all sizes. Can furnish repairs from stock, Complete Line Wings, Standard Bars and Shares always on hand. When in need of anything in Farming Implements it* would pay you to examine the OLIVER. LINE. Ask your neighbor about* the Oliver. They can tell you of its merit*s. always cahead toe in and Look Them Over. McDaniel Hardware Company Prescott, - Arkansas I j A PHYSICIAN'S DIAGNOSIS Of !i KIDNEY TROUBLE. A Seemingly Common Disease which Becomes Fatal through Neglect and which May Be Readily Cured by Prompt At tention, More than two thirds of the annual death rate, physicians » laim, is directly traceable to kidney disorders. Interested by this remarkable asser tion and desiring to acquire a better un derstanding of the origin of the disease I a prominent physician was recently in I terviewed as to the symptoms of such I troubles. “To what do you attribute the great destructiveness of k idney disease?” was ■ asked. 1 he hold which the disease gains in t he body before the vi, tint becomes a ware "1 his true condition, and the rapidity with which it eats its way into the vital ?; organs.” ‘‘Would not the proverbial ‘ounce <>( prevention’ check the progress of the I disease?” " 1 here is no doubt of it. The trouble is that victims of this disease mistake the symptoms for some trifling ailment in the stomach or bowels; therefore they I do nothing to arrest the course of the disease until it is well advanced.” hat is the origin of k idney trouble? ” “Almost invariably bad digestion, fol lowed by torpid liver and a constipated habit.” “What are the symptoms?” "Headache, dizzy spells, sluggish hrain, restless nights, pale or sallow shin, bad breath, lack of appetite, heart Iv.:rn, sour belching, backache or tender ness over tin* kidneys, nervous weak ness, <lark rings around the eyes, tired feeling, too much or too little urine, and iedirueut in urine.” ITS EFFECT OX THE HEART. "In what way is the heart affected from kidney trouble?” ‘‘In all eases the heart is disturbed, though in many instances the palpita tion does not become alarming until the disease has advanced to a serious point. \ severe heart throbbing and nervous trembling is noticeable, especially after a little bodily exercise; tin* victim fre quently imagines he has heart disease.” HOW TO CURE IT. ‘‘What is the projK*r course of treat incut forkidne\ disease?” ”First, to gi t i id of uric acid and otlret jtoisons in the system. This can be done by stimulating the bladder and bowels so that thev will act more freely. The suffering kidneys rnu-t be strengthened, the liver and stomach toned up and the digestion improved.” Prickly Ash bitters is a remedy that an wers these requirements completely. It is no* i tib, a vst- m tonic and regu lator, bc.i. its healing and lestoralive in Huctice w ill build up the weakened k neys and urge them l<> a better perform ance of their duties. It gives strength and tone t<> the liver, stomach and heart and promotes harmony of action t h rough out the body. M W. Burr, villa.ee blnckstnitli and respected citizen of Stat ks, I.a.. say*. "lw:is troll tiled with kidney and liver disorder for 1H years. I was in continual uiiseiy until I begun taking J'tickly Ash Bittcis which has entirely cuied me, and 1 itn now a strong, healthy and lieai tv man I ;;ive it to my wife and font children and they are in the best of health too. 1 (eel that Ih ickly Ash Hitters is the best remedy on earth and tlial everybody should keep a bottle at homt " Clet the genuine with the figure “3” in red on front label. Sold by druggists. Price $l.l)0» WESTERLY I'RUG STORE CHARGE COMBINE Henderson Ky. 10 A special county grand jury today indict ed the Imperial Tobacco Com pany ot Great Britian on charges combining in restraint trade. 1 Ins action came after represent atives of the Stemming District _-loomco ^Company and several buyers have been trying to come to terms on a selling price for 25,000,0(Hj pounds of pooled to bacco, Charges that there was a reason for the similarity of orices offered about seven and one-half cents—resulted in the grand jury being called and to days indictments. Weekly Letter of John H. Page, Commissioner Mines, Manufac tures and Agriculture. INDIAN RUNNER DUCK In a recent letter I discussed the poultry industry. I neglect ed to say that if ail the eggs pro duced in Arkansas in one year, were loaded in refrigerator cars 40 foot long, containing 400 cases of 30 dozen each, they would make a solid train 134 miles long. This is “some eggs” is’nt it? The result of one year’s work by the hurt ble hens. But the hen does not lay all the eggs. Practically no attention is paid to the duck os an egg producer, because the duck egg is strong and not palatable- Now there is a duck egg that is palatable and is not strong. In fact when ser ved on the table it cannot be dis tinguished from the hen egg. fhe Indian Runner Duck is a beautiful bird, very line in flavor when cooked and served on table, and the eggs are white, of good flavor, and much larger than the! hen egg. The Indian Runner Duck is healthy, thrifty, and a producer. They will lay from 150 to200 eggs a year, and unlike the other duck do not quit laying in the Spring but keep on the same as hens. The eggs being larger, they are worth more on the market, and besides there is always a demand for the eggs at a dollar a dozen or more for setting. The ducks are worth more than hens on the market, and usually bring from a dollar to three dollars for breed ing purposes. They require but1 little more water than chickens, and are great hustlers for a liv ing. They are troubled but lit tle with lice or mites and are Buy Your Piano Piano Player or Organ Now Pay for It While You Use and Enjoy Same. \ ou will find it needless to do without an instrument, if you will investigate our flexible payment plan, which ar ranges terms of payment to suit every buyer. It hardly matters what priced instrument you want, we have it at the lowest price obtainable, quality considered. If it is a new piano for $140.00, or one for $1000.00. or a new organ for $35.00, or one for $500.00. we will give you better values than you can get any where, and guarantee every instrument sold by us to give satisfaction. Every Bank and .Merchant in Arkansas, and Thousands of Pleased Patrons Are Our Reference. Catalogs and full information furnished on application. Hollenberg Music Co. ESTABLISHED 1855. The Oldest, the largest, the Best Music House in Arkansas healthy and easy to raise. A low house that is dry is all they need for a roosting place, and when they are disturbed at night by vermin or intruders, they make a great noise and usually wake the family. They should be on every farm in the state and I hope our farmers will get a start on them and begin to raise them. They are profitable. They are for sale in Pine Bluff, Russell ville, Magnolia and other places. By consulting the advertising columns of any poultry or agric uitural paper, you may learn where you can get the ducks or the eggs. I)o not wait, but get a start now. You will never for get it. John H. Page, Commissioner of Agriculture. SPRAINED BACK Sprained hack ami sore muscles off their soreness when Hunt's Lightning Oil is applied. For relieving pain of any kind there is nothing better, ami [ those people who have tried it for Neu ralgia and Rheumatism are loud in its praise. For wire cuts Hunt’s Lightn ing Oil is especially fine as it takes away the innamation and causes rapid healing. 25c and 50c bottles.