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< ► _ ——— 1 '■— *•■ •" o < ► I 0 n that never before have we had such a stock of Plows and Plow Goods. 1 | We think we have what the people want. If its anything in the way of aTarming'tool, just take the time to see us about it. !: The price on plows will not be any higher than last year in spite of the !! fact that all iron and steel articles are going higher all the time. We :: bought our plow goods on old contracts and are going to protect our cus i; tomers on these lines. |; We would like to have your small purchases as well i > I; as your large ones. <) || Prescott Hardware Company 0 < ► _ _ _ __ 1 i g ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ■ — » m • m 9 w i ■ i ■ n i I —■ - MANY TEAGHERS C0MIN6 For annual meeting in April. Little Rock, April 6-7-8. From reports ccming in from the attendance leaders from all p irts of the state, the officers of the State Teachers’ Association predict that the annual meeting to be held at Little Rock, April 6 7-8, will be the most largely at tended meetings In the history of the Association. Strong pro grams for both the general and section meetings of the Associa tion are being prepared and will be ready for distribution in about a week. The program will contain something of special and direct interest to every teacher of Arkansas. Theeight hundred or more attendance are active and more enthusicstic in “boosting” the attendance at this me ting. Ten thousand enrollment cards have been mailed out to them and Secratarv Laseter states that every mail now is bringing in en rollments to the meeting, One member of the attendance com mittee in writting Secretary I>a seter said- “Enclosed please find the cards you sent me I had no trouble in getting them filled. I wish you would send me some more for I know of several of my teacher friends who will enroll now”. The newspapers of the state are generously co-operating in the attendance campaign by TAKE YOUR HOME PAPER FIRST THEN SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT ARKANSAS’ “HOME” STA'IE PAPER. Full and Complete Associated Press Telegraph Repo.ua Daily. Daily Ali The News of Arkansas, The Nation and the Entire World Complete Market Reports, Sport News, Editorials on Timely Topics of Interest to You. Pictures of Current Events. “Mr Iirrs, or Bringing Up Father,” and Many Other Interesting: Feature> Daily. —The Paper You Want —The Paper You Need Delivered to Your Home Daily Before Breakfast for ONLY 10c A WEEK Wm. M. Hayes, Local Agent Prompt and Regular Delivery Guaranteed. YOUR ORDER WILL BE APPRECIATED giving notice and publicity to the meeting through their columns from time to time. Every teacher should plan to attend the meeting of the Association. The inspir ation and professional uplift that come from these meetings must mean much to the teachers in this work. An attendance of [thirty—five hundred teachers has been set as |a standard for the April meeting. Every teach j or in the state should be a mem ber of the Association. The dis I cussions will bring out many points of interest to the teachers , in the rural districts of the state as well as to the teachears in I town and city scrools. — - «•*- - OBITUARY On the morning of Jan, 16, 11*16 the death Angelcalled at the home of James M. Waddle and claimed for his victim the wife ami| nolher Bettie Lambert Waddle. Mrs. Waddle was born in Alabama Feb. 16, 1855. and with her parents moved to Arkansas when i but a child. She is survivid by I her husband, three sons, two daughters and a host of relatives, and friends. Converted at an ' early age. Mrs. Waddle lived a consistent Christian life which was an inspiration to all who knew her She was so patient and so kind that to know hi r was to love her and the influence of her Godly life will neverjdie. To 'you dear friends. I amlisure this is the darkest hour of your life and your hearts are filled w'ith poignant sorrow, but there is no night so utterly cheerless that we may not look for the dawn. We know that she is safe in the arms of Jesus and in the morning of the Resurrection we shall meet to part never again. Think rot of your loved one J as being dead, but just out of sigiit, around a turn in the road, and pray to the Father for stren jgth and comfort in this sad hour. For he is God. He is the Father—God, The mother, God. The God of the buttercups and daises. The God |who longs for vou as the child of his heart and loves you with an everlasting love. One ycho loved her. REDUCED RAILROAD RATES FOR TEACHERS Many Teachers Eyrolliug Practically all the Railroads in Arkansas will sell tickets at a reduced rate to Little Rock, on account of the Arkansas State Teachers’Association, which will be held at Little Rock, April 6 7 8, 1916. Secretary Laseter, of the Teachers’ Association, states that all the roads in the state have given him assurances that rouud trip tickets for the occassion will be placed on sale April 4-5-6, with a return limit April 9.th is with the many other inducements offered by the city of Little Rock, and the strong programs of the Association, should cause a ma jority of the teachers of the state to attend the Association, Al ready teachers from all parts of the state are enrolling for the Association, more than two hund red having already enrolled. The entire teaching forces of many of the schools have enrolled, amoung them being the ^fol lowing towns- Brinkly, Batesville England, Malvern, Stuttgart, Conway, Bison, Bearden, Tom I berlin, Sherril, Blevins, and jBig gers. Secretary Laster expects j to enroll fifteen hundred teach* ers during the advanced enroll ment campaign. Every teacher in the state should attend the Ark ansas State Teachers Association It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman’s tonic. She says further: “Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, 1 thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles of CarduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and now, 1 do all my housework, as well as run a big water mill. 1 wish every suffering woman would give CARDUI The Woman's Tonic a trial. 1 still use Cardui when 1 feel a little bad, and it always does me good.** Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness, tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui for your trouble, it has been helping weak, aHfng women for more than fifty years. _ _fiet j_ f*°ttle Today 1 ,M