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Seed Oats, Seed Irish Potatoes Onion Sets and Feed of all Kinds We will handle the celebrated Hope and Tennessee Valley Fertilizers this Spring. Received Nice Line of Spring Suits for Men Remember that we Keep a Full Line of Dry Goods and Groceries. New Supply Co., West Main Street USE ' PRICKLY ASH BITTERS FOB INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION, KIDNEY TROUBLE. » IT CLEANSES AND INVIGORATES. r ^ Sold by Druggists. ^ Price $1.00 per bottle. /JJJAAA. ...i HESTERLY DRUGSTORE _ [Scream H PEOPIX* - about what you're ** selling, but take a tip. ; brother, you'll break ear drums, not pocket books. > Sane advertising in this paper makes ? thinking people buy, l » + » t id It you're not in the ' ®d. van, isn’t it time you took a flyer? I sss You have our word _ -you'll never regret it *«*,!*», *rinr.r> i ROGKY COLLEGE Health in this neighborhood is good at present. There were not many out to | church Saturday night on account of cold weather. Miss Abbie Dye spent Saturday night with Miss Mary Barnes. Arthur Oaks and Miss Lenai Stivers attended church at this place Saturday night. Wonders why Cliff Holloman looked so sad Saturday night Guess it was because Mr. Low was with Miss Abbie. | Mr. David Stuart was out the other day hunting for his little dog, wonder if he had success in finding little Reno. Mr. Ruff Parks was a pleasant caller at Miss Dona Newtons Sunday. Mr. Byrd Tippitt was seen go ing north Sunday, guess Miss Ruth White can tell where he was going. The farmers are progressing fine by now. Miss Lelia Pittman was all smiles Sunday night, it was be cause she saw Mr. Lamon D. Thurston Stuart, Ralph Barnes and George Pittman attended the party at Miss Nora McDade Sat urday night. Sunday was a jolly day for the young people. Let every body come to Rocky College Saturday night to the Society. -- - Children are much more likely to con tract the contageous diseases when they have colds. Whooping cough dip theria, scarlet fever and consumption are diseases that are often contracted when the child has a cold. That is why all medical authorities say beware of colds. For the quick cure of colds you will find nothing better than Chamber lain’s Cough Remedy. It can always be depended npon and is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by All Dealers. ARTESIAN Mr. Huston closed a successful term of School last Friday. Sunday School will began at 10 a m. Mr. Bob Wake and family spent Sunday with Mr, Tob Faulkners. Robert Meador and wife and Mrs Mollie Blag spent Sunday afternoon at Mr. Mallotts. Mr. Tom Landers gave a party last Saturday night and all who present reported a nice time. Miss Laura Malott spent Satur day night with Miss Zell Crumby and attended the party at Mr. Landers. Mrs. Odell is about well again. Farmers are begining to plant corn. Miss Zell Crumby visited Miss Zora Witcher Sunday after. Charlie Meador spent Sunday with Roy Witcher. Mr. Jule Freeman and family have moved to his farm near Prescott. Mr. J, A. Huskyihulled peas in this neighborhood last week. Mr. George Wakes baby is sick at this writing. NOTICE 1 am still in the Second Hand Machinery business. I have ju3t sold one sixty horse power boiler to the Junction City Lumber Co., and to Jim Bryan of Emmet. I have Boilers and Engines listed with me as fast as I sell. I have some good bargains on hand, Boilers from twenty horse power up. I sell nothing but good ser vicable goods, if you want a good ^fifteen horse power portable boil er. good almost as new, I will give you a bargain, will take good pony as part pay. Jim Snodgrass, Prescott, Ark., Phone 294. Advt THE LARCEST MAGAZINE IN THE WORLD ToDay’s Magazine is the larg est and best edited magazine published at 5oc per year. Five cents per copy at all newsdeal ers. Every lady who appreciat es a good magazine should send for a free sample copy and pre mium catalog. Address, ToDay,s Magazine, Canton, Ohio. Keep the little chicks where they can get in the warm sun shine these cold days and they will growjand thrive better than in the summer,|when it is so hot. Keep them out of the cold rains. Fet d plenty of good |feeda after they are a few days old. Never feed them anything the first day. I feed commercial chick feed but corn bread, damp mash, etc. is good. Give them plenty of green feed, also some kind of grit. Grease their heads and necks with lard or sweet oil to kill the head lice.—Progressive Farmer. /jupsV (5) # REMEDY m For all forma of B /rheumatism 1 ■ 0U,KMn«y Troubtot, Catarrh and B ■ Asthma ■ I “6-DROPS” I I STOP THE PAIN ■ B Qlveo Quick Relief ■ ■ It ft top* the aches and pains, ra- K ■ I levee swollen Joints and muscles B SI — acts almost like magic. Destroys B ■ the excess uric acid and Is quick, B B safe and sure in Its results. No B B other remedy like It. Sampl# B B free on roquoat. B ■ SOLO BY DRUGOI8TS M I One Dollar per bottle, or sent prs- B B paid upon reoelpt of price If not B B obtainable In your locality. B m SWANSON RHEUMATIC CUM COL M IN LBaStraal 111 a«a» awsHi fw N C«»a»lpatl#a,Slakll#aAaefco Jear Stomach. Bal#hla« aeS Liver Treehlee. *•* Per a. I«i eh Oreggiete.