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m Cardin’ I The Woman's Tonic I FOR SALE AT ILL DRUGGISTS^ I 300 LICE <mOneHcn la by no means uncommon. No one would expect to fatten a steer »ith that number of “ticks'* puck lng hia blood, but many expect the old hen to go ahead shelling out eggs while lice and mites are sapping her very life. M e have 7"^ counted over 2000 dead lice under a row of ten hens, on a roost ! board painted the night before with Lee’s Lice Killer. Thiagreatkillerdoe double duty—contact kills mites, lice, bedbugs, etc. about the roosts; the vapor kills lice on the chickens sitting over it. Put up only in airtight cans. _ For mIc at over 10,000 town*. Three tire*—35 cti , CO eta , $1 00. Poultry Book free. For Sale by Hcsterly Drug Co. When in the City Call at the WEST SIDE BARKER SHOP Where you will receive courteous treatment and your patoronatfe will be appreciated. : : CRAGAN 5 CUMMINGS Proprietors, 105 West Main Street 6LEAS0NS EUROPEAN HOTEL RESTAUARNT IN CONNECTION ROOMS Sl.00 UP Electric Lights, Electric Elevators, Ix>ng Distance Telephone, Telegraph and Typewriting. We use Foiled Filtered Water. Corner Second and Center Streets. Little Rock. Arkansas BRICK! BRICK! •T. W. Marshall & Sons can furnish you with BRICK — at the — Very Lowest. Prices All kinds of brick work done on ShorL Notice. J. W. MARSHALL & SONS Phone No. 1 1 ___ vd»s* 'Ci Up the Mississippi St. Louis to St. Paul Beautiful scenery—cool river breezes, scores of interesting stopping points; including the $2fl,000,000 Keokuk d im,—largest in the world. Music, dancing, games on dec’.; and jaunts ashore. Every ir.ile and minute of your tiip is filled with pleasures and scenes new tc you. The Upper Mississippi steamers are large, fast and safe, with comfort able, electric lighted,vcntll:.ted state rooms, and meals that you will enjoy. Got up i*. party from your town and plan a vacation trip from 2 to 10 daysononrol these floating hotels. The Missouri f'acific Iron Mountain offers the best service to St. Louis where direct connections are made with the Upper Misissippi River Steamers. Cet illustrated vacation folder from your local rail road agent or write for one to J. C. Hollenbeck, Cen’l Pais. Agt. St. Louis, Mo. MT MORIAH The hot dry spell was broken Friday morning by a fine rain which has done much good to the crops, especially young corn and peas. Cotton is doing very well. Boll weevils are not bothering as ; much as last year. Cotton is! shedding considerably. Farmers are notj quite as despondent as t ley were a short time ago. al t lough the crops will Jbe very s lort.indeed. Still another'house being built in the 117th ward of the City of Prescott. There is'qmte a number sick with alow fever. Mr. John Ot well of near Morris has a very|j sick daughter. j Prof. John W. Mason has re- J turned from Texas, where with [ his mother he was called to the J bedside cf»his sister, Mrs. Ivey, j His mother will remain. Re- \ ports his sister very low’ with J pellegra. < Bro. Jackson preached a very 4 strong and forceful sermon Sun- 4 day at 11 o’clock at Serepta, to a 4 very large and attentive congre- 4 gation. Dinner was served on 4 the ground to all present. After 4 dinner Bro. Martindale of Texas, 4 who was raised in this communi- 4 ty, preached at 3 o’clock on the 4 evils of whiskey and dancing, to 4 a very attentive and appreciative 4 congregation. 4 Prot. Whitehead of Rosston is \ teaching a school of vocal music ! at Bluff Springs. j The,“Baptist people of Bluff < Springs have been enjoying a re- < vival meeting the gpast week. \ Considerable interest was mani- \ fested. Bro. Brockman of Wal-1 \ do conducted the services, assist- ! ed by the pastor, Bro Erwin, who ! has just returned from Oklaho- ! im, where he had gone to visit ! his children, Mrs. Cora Fairchild and Linnie Erwin. Protracted meeting commences it Mt. Moriah the 1st Sunday in \ugust. The B.uff Spring Mill & Gin ning Co., are erecting a tine large gin and mill, near the old site. Judge Hirst attended preach ing at Serepta Sunday afternoon. 1 guess you all have heard the marriage bells ring, so I will not tell who it was. 1 The young man who went south has took a change of venue md now go >3 northwest. Will be apt to hear more of him this fall. The young man who was going to make thre e bales of j cotton and c ill on Mr. Franks. , 1 has the blues. Cheer up brother, ! ifaint heart never won fair lady, j The old Soldiers’ Reunion has come and gone. There was a large crowd Friday, and would no doubt have been much larger but for the rain in the morning. Rev. Jackson made a fine talk which was well received. Hon. Jim Henry delivered a fine ad dress which received the close attention of all present, after which dinner was announced and the Veterans were formed into line by their commander. Col. O. j S Jones, and marched to the ta ble especially prepared for them, which was loaded with all the good things to eat that the far mers wives and daughters know 30 well how to prepare. After dinner there was singing in the old Sacred Harp, led by Prof. 1 Jase Tomlin and Judge Hirst A few more reunions and the old soldiers will have crossed over and camped on the other side. After singing. “God be With You Until We Meet Again” the reunion of 1914 was a scene of the^past. Success to the Pic. SKIN DISEASE CURED OR MONEY BAGK Hunt’-Cure is absolutely guarat teed to cure Itch, Eczema, Tetter, King worm or any other fortnof skin disease, i Failing to cure the druggist is author ized to promptly refund your money. 1’rim; &0 cents. Ask you own druggist. -- PRESCOTT SCHOOL CFNSUS Alex Vaughan has tiled his e.m meration report for the Pres w M Now In Stock! [ |j ► o t ;; * !' 1 ► I I ! ------- - [ l ► i 1] \ ] | Ozan Mercantile Company Prescott, Arkansas ill I ill i ;; ♦ i t I i • i • ii j cott special school district, which shows 784 white and 538 colored children of scholastic age in the district, as against 796 white and 529 colored children one year ago, making a difference of 39 in favor of the previous year. His report also shows the school district to be overdrawn in the sum of $7,498.92. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Camden Arkansas ' July 18th 1911. . Notice is hereby given that Isaac E. ! Renfrew, of Prescott. Arkansas, who on Nov. 3, 1910, made Adjoining Farm ; Homestead Entry, No. 01563, for N 1-2. 8VV 1-4, Section 4, Township 10 S., ! Range 22 West, 5th Principal Meridian has tiled notice of intention to make Final three year proof to establish claim to the land above described before the Register and Receiver of the United States Land Office at Camden, Arkan sas, on the 26th day of August. 1914 Claimant names as witnesses: M F Payne, of Prescott, Arkansas. H. A. Redden of Prescott, Arkansas. Jonathan Cooper, of Prescott, Ark. L. 0, Harris, of Prescott, Arkansas. H. G. Friedheim, Register. RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS SHOULD USE MEVftTsSTSESf The Beet Remedy Foe mil forma of Rheumatism | .1MPU Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co IM-iM W. Lull* St.. CHICAGO Vi it SB* frk /-TiSIM Will cure your Rheiirautisiu Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in ternally and externally. Price 25c. WE ARE STILL HERE f ^ With a Complete Line of Gents Furnishings, Fine Suits, Hats, Shirts, in fact everything that goes to make up a good Store. » We want your trade and will sell you goods at | prices that will astonish you. i Everything new and up-to-date t ome and get prices before you buy / “Sight - Beats - The - World.” Jacob Suckle