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S. 1*. 46l Fourth Ave. New York SI‘K('IAI OFFER—For only 5 cents we will send you postpaid the two latest numbers of Today's. I bis is so you tan see tor yourself that tor Latest Styles. Newest Fancy work. Fascinating: Stories. Best Recipes. Household l abor am) Money Savers. Recreation and Good Cheer, To day's is superior to any magazine you ever saw. Send A cents now. [5CREAM U£If atpeopwt about what you re selling, but take a tip, brother, you’ll break ear drums, not pocket books. 4> Sane advertising in this paper makes thinking people buy. ► at g 1( you’re not in the V ad. van. isn’t it time you took a flyer) J ^ <Ji $ $ j You have our word J —you’ll never regret it rt*w, iiws. brw.N.o.) ARTESIAN The weather continues hot anc dry. Crops are beginning tc suffer, especially corn. Cottor has not suffered much yet. Several have been saving ha> the past week. Mr. James Pau 1 has saved quite a lot of nice al I falfa hay. The Artesion school begur VIonday the 21st, with s good at tendance. We have one of the ! best teachers in Nevada county, Vliss Abbie Hale, and hope tc ; have one of the best schools we iave had for years. The literary society was well ittended and quite an interest 1 ing program was rendered. Mr. Phillips has a very sick boy this week. The Musical at Paul Firchan’g was well attended. All report a i pleasant time. The Womans’ Improvement Club meets with Mrs. Sam Witcher Thursday, the first of July. Hope to have every mem ber attend, as that is the day to elect all new officers. Misses Edith and Elsie Dobbins and VV. C. Smart and Geo. Crum by attended the Singing Con vention at MeNab Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. Dobbins spent Sundayjin Emmet. Messrs. Guy S. Witcher and Drewery Avery and MissZula Hale visited at'JSam Witcher’s Sunday eve. Clinton Dickerson visited Jo seph Smart Sunday. Misses Ethel and Ha/.el Collins were guests of the Misses Lan ders Saturday and Sunday. • ► SINGERS TAKE NOTICE The Nevada County Singing Convention will meet at Salem church, two and one half miles south of Prescott, the lirst Sat lrday Sunday in July. Ail sing irs and lovers of good music are invited to be present. Sunday afternoon will be giv en to the ’’Old Sacred Harp" sin gers. Classes desiring the con vention next year will please state same in their letters. A. F. Callaway Prs. W. E. Downs Sec. WEAVER NEWS Health is very good in this see ion of the country. Corn and gardens are begin ning to tire up for want of rain. Hveryone rej ort a nice time at Westmoreland church Sunday. There was a nice program, and Bro. Moore preached a very in teresting sermon. Misses Thelma Westmoreland and Lois Wood took dinner with 1) B Westmoreland and wife Sunday. J. N. Sobe and family attend ed prea thing here Sunday. Most of the farmers around here are laying bv their crops. There will be a protracted meeting begin at Westmoreland church the third Saturday night in July. Bro. Haynie of Little Rock will be the preacher. All are invited. The farmers around here are done cutting oats. On account ! of the dry weather they didn’t hardly get high enough to cut. Ledger Sherrill visited in this neighborhood Saturday and Sun day. Miss Mary Yarberry visited Miss Sylvia Westmoreland Sun day. Brice Barham and family at tended preaching at this plain Sunday. Malaria or Chills & feva Prescription No. (>l»6 is prepared espc i. " ■ tor MALARIA or CHILLS A FEVER j Five or six doses will break any case. an< j if taken then as a tonic the 1 ever will no return. It acts on the liver better that Calomel and docs not gripe or sicken. 2S< I—Mill mill III.I !!■ mil I ■III— We have a Complete Stock of Fruit Jars, Tops and Rubbers. Mason Fruit Jars, Pints, 50c a doz. Mason Fruit Jars, Quarts, 60c a doz. Mason Fruit Jars. Halves, 75c a doz. Mason Tops - - 20c a doz. Economy Tops • 20c a doz. Schram Tops - - 20c a doz. Jelly Glasses with Tops 25c a doz. Rubbers - - 5c to 10c a doz. Let Us Supply You! Ozan Mercantile Company Prescott, Arkansas WARD'S CHAPEL LOCALS We are having some hot wea ther at present. Our Sunday school was not j much last Sunday on account of so much sickness in the commu nity. Mrs. Shanks is reported to he in a serious condition at present. She has been sick for some time and is not expected to get well. Our Literary Society will mett here next Saturday night and we are expecting a swell program come out and be with us. Mr. Clarence Billingsley says j if the girls don’t want him to go with them it will be alright says he will wait for the next genera tion probally they will be better looking and more up to date. Mr. Bill McAnally and M iss l Ruby Staudt were visiting Mr. : Carnelas folks last Sunday, Some of the folks here atten ded Singing at Boughton last Thursday night and report lots of good singing. We are going to give in and report next week about the new “pants" the boy was wearing last Sunday. Watch the “Pic" next week and vou will learn more about it. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Buchan an were visiting friends at Caie last Sunday. J. I). McGuire lost a fine mare and colt last week which is hard luck for a poor boy. Our schooi starts at the Buc hanan school house next Mon day and we want every child who is old enough to start. Mrs. Emery Mur re Cam Mc Guire. Geo. Mcoiv, Clarence andJola Billingsley were at a loss last Sunday v. ten they went to singing and gained 1.0 girl’s presence, but don’t get discou rage at first you don’t succeed try try again. Mr. Brad McGuire made his regular call at Emmet last Sun day and reports plenty of pretty girls cola and ice cream. I can’t blame him for going to Emmet can you? Crops are suffering awful here and if we don’t have a rain so< n they will be a complete tailure _ FARMERS' MEETING The regular monthly meeting of the farmers' institute at Bel ton will be held on Saturday. July drd 1 p. m. Ma'ters of much importance will be up for cons'deration, and it is hoped that every farmer in the community will be present. N >t only this, but every man is urged to bring someone with him. I • A. ' ark ham, Extension Agent. For Sale-A scholarship Draughon’s Business Cow Little Rock Arkansas. Call• write this office. RHEUMATI* SUFFERER* GIVEN QUICK &Ll£f Pain leave* »Wj as if by magic ** y°u Drops thefam remedy f°r ^ tism, Lumbago* jj Sciatica, Ne“' L and ktndred ^ It goes rtgbf ^ spot, stops tne and pains and htevLuth'^ a bottle of •‘j, today. A booklet^ each bottle g|V ^ directions to> Don t delay i '‘5'I>r0pS,hin?el*» c* pt anv'htnt, V—.—^ placet it Any«^f gist can supply you. If you "poiiaff from a drug store send One ^b Swanson Hheumatic Cure t 0,„'wji|H Ohio, and a bottle of sent prepaid.