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The Beauty Secret.
Ladies desire that irre sistible charm—a good complexion. Of course they do not wish others te know a beautifier f has been used so they ’ buy' a bottle of Magnolia Balm LIQUID FACE POWDER •S'1 +• nceanJing to atmpla Jtt<" t an* Impt ** m* ,: u aoti. at aca Saai .-]* .cooling anil tatrralispc. Heata Sunburn, atupa Ian. P,nk IV‘■.h P'd 75c ai mjiU" ar *v V"arl Samp'a (eithrr caluf) far 2c. Stanp. | ,«,n Mt* fa <0 S«u»b Fifth St Btoak'yr., S Y. AN AGED COUPLE Tell How They Regained Strength and Vigor Steubenville, Ohio,—"My husband Is 7b years old and 1 am 7s years of age aad we owe our good health to Vinol, hue greatest strength creator and tried irine there is. When either one of us get into a weakened, run down rondition, Vinol has never failed to imild us up and restore strength. We have often said w> would not be living' now were it not for Vinol.” — Maui A. f.rji Vie guarantee Vinol to create strength for feeble old people. Hester I v flrucr Store also at the leadif g drug stor. s in ad j Arkansas towns M. H.KENNEDY DENTIST Office: First State Bank Building Prescott. Ark. DR. SAMUEL B GEE Specialist Eye, Eitr, Nose and Throat SPKIK ITTHTW CoEN fg SUSS finiKC s. ifliee: —Nevada County Bank Building Prescott. Arkansas Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S O A S T O R I A West Side Barber Shop EVERYTHIII6 HEW ANO UP-TO-DATE GOOD BARBERS Hot. and Cold Baths HOOPER Mcf AIN, Proprietor. 105 West Main Street THE 6LEAS0NS HOTEL Rates Reasonable The Gleason is headquarters f -r Arkansas people. The property has been leased and put in first-class condition. We invite our Nevada County friends to stop with us. E. A. SCHICKER, Prop. Paris Green, London Pur ple, Lead Arsenate and Slug| Shot for potato bugs on all plants. Gl Jirie Drug Store. PAGE’S WEEKLY LETTER Two products are all important this year. One is corn and the other is hay. In case of emer gency. corn will answer the pur pose for breadstuff. The 1917 wheat crop is going to he short. The price of flour is now outra geously high and will go higher. Those who have wheat should not sell it. but have it ground in to flour and keep it to sell to the neighbors, for there mav come a time when you cannot get flour shipued for love or money. Corn is good for making breadstuff and is also the basis of all of the best stock feed. It is almost in dispensable. because it is the sure and easy means of making a balanced ration for stock. We must have some corn for our stock. W’e must have corn to finish our killing hogs. We can put fat on hogs with peanuts, hran, shorts, peas, sweet pota toes. rice bran and polish and other products, but it takes corn j to finish and harden the tlesh and make pork, and pork we must have. In the matter ot feed for stock, nothing is more essential or useful than hav. The greatest trouble with our farm ers is that they do not provide enough pasture for summer and hay for winter. Pasture grass is the most profitable crop where it is needed, because it is a crop that requires no harvesting, as it is harvested by the stock that eat it. Hay is produced with iittle labor and expense, and is valuable for feed and takes the place of more expensive feed. Cow pea hay is always good if properly cured and has about the best feeding value of any of our hays. In addition, a cow pea crop helps the land. A good plan is to sow cow peas early and cut for hay, and let the second growth come so as to turn it un der in the early fall for the ben efit of the land. A good plan is t i plant cow peas on all your poor land. You will lose the least amount in labor and gain the greatest amount in feed val ue from a pea crop on poor land. Cow peas should be planted w ith corn at next to the last plowing in June, and the peas should be picked and hulled for seed or fowl the following year. Your cow pea land can be sow n to clo ver this fall and it will make you a good pasture tor stock next spring and summer when corn is high and scarce. By all means do not plant too much of perishable crops Take pains to put in plenty of Sweet potatoes and lat*- Irish potatoes. By using care you can keep both through the winner. Do not sell a milk cow or brood sow at all. Keep both. If you have more of either than you need, let your neighbor have them, but do not sell either to be shipped out of the country. Put in some pea nuts. Peanuts will be a good price this fall. Remember, pea nuts will keep all the year. There never was a year when w e had a surplus of peanuts, and BE A COTTON BUYER Du.the bu- iru's yu . ar. -eerr. overcrowded, the chances tor promotion ,iRhr, > ompetitiuv *eer It so, why not turn your atteti tain to cotton" rhi* is a bUSine-H which v i• ■.■; - , iendid returns a busmen.-, tt at in attracting many ambitii . men --a. h year It is no trouble for a Rood rtasser to Ret a salary f from #..",*i t. JJ.'s year for his services. One of our students, two year out >f school, can earn $200 a month for his services this ea - in There m not another industry ir. the Souih that offers such induce, menta as cotton, in Ark an vs ali-n the-, s oppxrtanitv today f * r thousands of men in this I us ess Our Fourth Annua1 Cotton School ^ \ —:i r\ »_ _ _ 7 V-/ pu iiO i ij ' i a i ^ v i\>uV#0 v j/ - • 4 • It l'.aA the • -nlor i :t;e:.' .! >',i ■ 1 > i-h- ' t t e Ag re. the Litt!- Koo ( ..ttoi, '■ i . »i 1 i ' n.n ;U I, re •• •. f.r .»• out the State l i.* it hire' uter- .ghi} • Xt * . . „ rt.t . and re-ult* are .ev-ured A few week-.' training it ti - < t • ••«:.!;• i :■ . ,i' . Iile i.aaet ti any ore degirou;- of ! I'ttit tin K.tton l>j-e.-s, VVrile ••-. now tor iai 1 t i I it f. . t. .1 the fellow who "p. it • ;T tie < r "inite it »v«f . DRAUGHON’S PRACTICAL New Hollenburg Building 112*111 V. Capitol Little'Rock, Aik. Nyal Remedies—the perfection of simple and worthy family remedies. I here s one for everv ordinary and emergency ill and requirement. A Nyal Remedy comes to you backed by the guarantee of the Nyal manu facturer, and the added personal guarantee of this store. Each Nyal prescription is supplied after an actual test of many years use to prove its undoubted value. Each ingredient is selected because of its individual benefit and their combined curative powers. Better remedies for their individual purposes are not to be had—we know this and recommend them accordingly. This is the only sto/e in this vicinity offering the famous Nyal Eine. And there are over a hundred preparations to choose from. Hot Springs Blood Remedy NyaPs Eas’em A superior blood purifier, tonic and A medicated Talcum for the feet, cleanser. Free from harmful ingre- Sooths inflamation, cures tender feet. dients. Try it. NyaPs Worm Syrup Nyal s Stone Root Compound a safe reliable remedv for all kinds A most efficient kidney, liver and Asafe’ rellf,ble re.medi °fr d“. * bladder remedy. Never fails to sat of worms. \ ery pleasant to take too. J Nyal s Liniment NyaPs Emulsion Cod Liver Oil The quick pain cure. Rubs in easily. A tasty preparation of pure Cod Liv acts directly and positively. Very er Oil. Makes flesh, health and fine. # strength. AND ONE HUNDRED OTHER NVALS Hesterly Drug Store TWO REGISTERED DRUGGISTS PHONE 73 WE PAY POSTAGE most likely never will be. The vines make yood hay and the peanuts will make good hoy feed Any iand that will make 20 bushels of corn to the acre should make ■ '.<> bushels of pea nuts The hay will briny you enough to pay for makiny the crop and you will have the pea* nuts a- a profit. •Ino. H. Paye, Commissioner of Agriculture. ADVEfillSiNG SAVED HIM And n w advertising ha.- saved a man from the gallows! 11** was arrested n Chicago, and the po lice forged a chain <d cirvntn* stantia. evidence against him that -eerned to seal his doom. His lawyers put an advertise ment in the Chicago News, ap pealing to unknown w itnesses to come forward and supply the necessary evidence to break the hypothetical police chain. These 1 witnesses were scattered here and there, being guests at the Y. M. C. A. on the night of the murder, when the accused man claimed to have also been a guest. The ad produced this scattered evidence, and the man was set free. Thus is the far reaching power of newspaper advertising strikinglv < xemplifi I'd. We are just beginning to see what this form of adverti ng really is. From out the mit and maze and fog and dust of the theorist we are emerging in to the light. When you want to attain a desired result or si cure a needed tiling, advertise! liven ibert\ corn- wt oi heck'tied with printers' ink! WARMS*. ORDER . It. Justice < nurt. Before 1 . M Smythe ,i I’.. Missouri Township, Neva da County. .V W Rue, el a! . I’Uintitfs. vs \b and Ella Ellis, Defendants. The defendants, Ah and Ella Ellis ! are hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs. This April 12, 1917. F. M. Smythe, J. F. Close Buying Enables us to undersell any house in town, when it comes to Ladies’ and Genfs’ Furnishings, Ladies’ Ready-to-Wear Suits Hats, Shoes, Hosiery and Notions. Come in and look our STOCK over. Jacob Suckle EAST ELM STREET. PRESCOTT, ARK