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Walking Cultivators, Steel and Chilled Plows, is Up-To-Date. Furniture, all kinds of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, complete line of Blacksmith’s Tools, Sash Doors, all sizes and prices. Car of Mason’s Fruit* Jars just* received. Our line of Stoves in Wood, Coal and Gas is complete. The old Reliable Bridge Beach and Detroit* Jewell. Visit* our store and feel at* home. We are yours to please, McDaniel Hardware Company Prescott, - Arkansas A Successful Merchant • is particular about his bank account on just the same principle that he is particular about buying his goods—his First Consideration is Quality and the next, the most for his money. In safety and facility to transact busi ness we offer the best in bank quality, while in courteous treatment and accommodations we give the most liberal returns to our customers. Nevada County Bank | Prescott, Arkansas ■ Bohlinger's Business College jj A Practical Business College, embracing the <> SOUTHWESTERN RAILROAD & TELEGRAPH n SCHOOL, the INSTITUTION that is a SUCCESS 1! because its Students achieve SUCCESS, and to be a L SUCCESS you've got to be where business SUCCESS <> exists:— Our Stenographic Department offers you j> exceptional opportunities for thorough training in a n standard brief Pitmanic system in Shorthand, and j> our system of touch typewriting and method of Book < > Keeping, the same as is used in the large Colleges of \ j the East. | \ Our Telegraph Department, the largest in the ; ► South, and bearing the official recognition of the «> leading Railroads, is prepared to absolutely GUAR- j > ANTEE to place you in a position as soon as you < j complete the course or qualify:— Where can you j j do as well? 1 Call or write for further information. J Bohling r’s Business College 213-215 West Second Street j When writing mention “Picayune.” Littl « Fc<",Aran»a* j ....»•♦•«—i CATTLE MARKET Kansas City Stock Yards, April 12, Cattle receipts here have been light since Tuesday this week, and the market is closing the week 10 to 25 cents above the close last week. One of the features of this week has been sales of cattle from Louisiana at the highest prices ever paid for cattle from that State. Mr. Hearne, of Mooringsport, had four loads of fat steers here Wed nesday, which sold [at $7.65 per hundred, and weighed 1119 pounds each. These cattle were produced cheaply, grass a n d a little cottonseed meal composing the ration fed to them, and the sale is not only gratifying to Mr. Hearne, who with his wife, was in Kansas City this week, but it is valuable as an object lesson for other Louisiana cattle raisers and farmers, showing the oro i fits in stock raising at this time, j Other Louisiana sales here this week were some little steers from Frierson, 784 pounds average at $6.75 and a load of oxens from the same point, 1172 pounds average at $6.60, both very good sales considering the quality of cattle. Arkansas cattle have been scarce this week, but sev eral shipments of stock hogs from Arkansas and Northern Louis iana have arrived here recently enroute to farms in Missouri and Kansas, to teed out. This busi ness is growing pretty fast, ac count of the short number of hogs in the corn country. As a rule, these stock hogs have cost about nine cents a pound, laid down at home. The hog market is advancing prices today being the highest paid this spring, top price $9.20, bulk of sales $8.95 to $9.15. Light hogs, weighing from 140 to 190 pounds sell the highest, at $9.10 to $9.20. J. A. Rickart, Market Correspondent. You will look a good while before you find a better medicine for coughs and colds than Chamberlain's Cough Reme dy. It not only gives relief—it cures Try it when you have a cough or cold, ana you are certain to be pleased with the prompt cure which it will effect. For sale by All Dealers. NEW HOPENO. 1 Health in this community is very good at present. The farmers are busy with their crops at present. Mr. Willie Ledbetter was with his best girl last Saturday night. Miss Lula |Barlow of Sayre is visiting in Prescott this week. Miss Hester Gullick is absent from school this week on account of sickness. If you want to know about the show at New Hope last Satur day night just ask Mr. Joe Puri foy. Mrs. George Dewoody and daughter visited their friend, Mrs. Barlow last Sunday after noon. “My little son had a very severe cold. I was reccommended to try Chamber lain’s Cough Remedy, and before a small bottle was finished he was well as ever, writes Mrs H. Silks, 29 Dowling Street, Sydney, Australia. This rem edy is sole by all dealers. To place your umbrella in a rack indicates that it is about to change owners; an umbrella car ried over a woman, the man get ting nothing but the drippings of the rain, signifies courtship; when the man has the umbrella and the woman the drippings, it indicates marriage; to carry it at an angle under the arm signifies that an eye is to be lost by the man who follows you; to pat a GOHSHPATIOR. Its Cause and How to Cure lt» Kat too much, Stomach feels bloated, All out of sorts, Don’t feel like work to-day. GueM Pve another case of biliousness. “Take anything?” “Yea; some pills, but no results; sup* pose I’m getting ironclad. Sometimes 1 double the dose, then they physic me so hard I’m too weak to work. Think I’ll have to try something new.” “Rver try Prickly Ash Bitters?” “No; I’ve heard a good deal about it, but never tried it.” “Well, you’ll be pleased with the re mits.” The purgative action of Prickly Ash Bitters not only removes hard impac tions, gasand impurities, bnt it strength ens the muscular action of the bowels which causes them to move regularly. Prickly Ash Bitters is a bowel tonic and regulator in the truest sense. It promotes daily evacuations, establishes healthy movements and is the best known remedy for disordered digestion, flatulence and a constipated habit. I). M. Illaekwelder, of I.itchfield, 111 , says in the Litfh/itij Nrws: “lam perlcctly willing, ia fait glad to testify to the value of Prickly Ash Bitters as a medicine for the kidneys, stomach and bowels. I have used it whenever I needed anything of the kind for the last fiftceu years and it has always given aatisiaction." Get the gennine with the figure “3” in red on front label. Sold by druggists. Price tl.OO. HESTERLY DRUGSTORE cotton umbrella by the side of a silk one means "exchange is no robbery," to lend an umbrella may be interpreted, "I am a fool;" to carry an umbrella just high enough to tear out men’s eyes and knock off men’s hats signifies, "I am a woman." For rheumatism you will find nothing better than Chamberlain'e Liniment. Try it and see bow quickly it Ogives re lief. For sale by all dealers.