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To buy some of these Printed Voiles, ! Tissues, Crepes and Ratines at bargain | price. Not many pieces left, but will con- | tinue selling these at reduced prices. It will | pay you to see these before buying else- | where. We have pleased many by selling | them just the patterns they wanted, and at | less than they expected to pay. | You don’t have to own an oil well to | trade here. 1 W. B. WALLER | WE WILL BUY YOUR EGGS. | iimmiiimiiiiimmiiiMimmiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiii Clay away the years — ■■ ..—»—1==--n-LJ* Apply Boncilla Beautifier casmic clay to your face, and rest while it dries, then Temovt and see and feel the wonderful difference in the color and texture of the •kin S Guaranteed to do these definite things for the face or money refunded. Clear the complexion and give it color. Lift out the lines Remove blackheads and pimples. Close enlarged pores Rebuild facial tis sues and muscles. Make the skin soft and smooth $ You can obtain regular sizes from your favorite toilet counter. If not, send this ad. with 10 centsto Boncilla Laboratories, Indianapolis, Indiana, fora trial tube. ' USE SrniJRINt Night and //* r-w- Morning V/L ~ r /rc Have Clean iUUR EVtS Healthy Sycs If they Tire, Itch, Srn.irt, Burn or Discharge, if Sore. Irritated, Inflamed or Granulated, use Murine. Soothes and Refreshes, Safe for Infant or Adult. At ail Druggists. Writ for Free £yt fjfook MURINE CO., 9^«n Ofoio Street, Chicago WORLD DRY SAYS: Contrary to the misrepresentations of tlie Association Against the Prohi bition Amendment, the Eighteenth Amendment has many staunch friends in the business world. A recent state ment in the Chicago Herald and Examiner, from the pen of It. Forbes, gives expression to a gener ally accepted viewpoint. The state ment reads: "Is it not better for a nation to spend, as was spent last year, nearly sg.tMMU'Ou.onu for g.ouu.ooo automo biles. most of them of low or medium price, than to spend SJ.HOO.tMKt.OOo in maintaining thousands upon thou sands of saloons'/ Is not a little garage at each home preferable to it big saloon at every street corner'/" ..— Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic A Body Builder for Pale, Delicate Children. 60c The k)(< nULiOll :A -Vii rr oblems — In the Word of ( 1, end tla practical application of the teachings of Jesus Christ 1 ; the Sermon on the Mount, is four 1 the only solution for the social unrest and kindred evils which are n w tormenting the world The OBJECT of the Bock to the Bible v--* UUHJiAU ---' IS to secure the co-oper?tion of editors in sowing the Gospel seed through the press. The work is free of commercialism, undenominational and non-sectarian The Bureau furnishes the press with helpful Bible selections and plates of headings, gratis, the I'ress makes the publication free, thus One Cent a Day Gives a Bible Message Daily to Over 4,000 Today the Bureau is serving 2,038 publications with a combined circulation of 14,233,254, but only the fringe of the work has been touched which could and should be done, if the funds were provided. HOW SUPPORTED ?—The Bureau is supported entirely bv voluntary contributions. 11 ill you not make a daily subscription, however small it may be—which enables you to give each day a helpful Bible message to literally thousands who would not get it otherwise ? Detach and Mail to Back to the Bible 222 W. 4th, Cincinnati, O. __—OURLA.CJ *---•* To continue and to extend the work of the BACK TO THE BIBLE Bureau J UrrrblJ &ubarribr.**j, until otherwise notified. (I raMrv* th* ri|bi to thi* »ub«enptio« on ro» 4*1 • oa**t*-) Mme.0(1,6.—. T*. O. address In full. FlU In name of this publication. THE BIGNESS OF TIIE LITTLE CIGARETTE (J. H. Diekason.) A cigarette is not very large, but it lias brought to the unit many a boy and young man. One cigarette has made a boy so sick he thought he would die and was afraid he wouldn't. Multiply that by 53.582,028,982, the number manufactured in this country last year, and all the hospitals com bined would be of little avail to those who were afflicted. Let us translate these figures into everyday terms, and see what they mean, when placed end to end: One gigantic cigarette, 3.125,000 miles long. Nine cigarettes reaching from the earth to the moon. 85 cigarettes reaching around the world at the equator. Seven hundred cigarettes reaching from New York to San Francisco. Seventeen hundred and seventy-five cigarettes reaching across the United States from the Canadian to the Mexi can boundary. Or Five hundred cigarettes for every man, woman, child and little baby in the entire country, each year; three every two days. Twenty-five hundred for every boy and girl enrolled in the public schools; seven a day. Thirty thousand each for every one of Philadelphia’s 1,700.000 population. Or $800,000,000, which is $40 per year for each of the country's 20.000.000 families, and nearly $8 for each in Habitant:, The money spent for cigarettes is a trifle more than one-half of the com bined total annual expenditures of tln> thirteen leading denominations, in cltuling the Catholic, in the entire United States last year, $188.8.131.52. It is .540.(XX>.000 more than all the teachers and supervisors in the public schools of the United States received as salaries last year, nr dust in matches to light the cigar ettes. five cents a box of five hundred, it would cost $r>.:t."N.oOO Time lost, one minute to a cigarette, at fifty cents an hour, would amount to S430.00o.tHMt. Fires caused by careless users of cigars and cigarettes is estimated tit SSo.ooO.Ooo annually. < »r These cigarettes would cover one square acre of ground with a solid pile* reaching up s.14 feet. That world require a train of 1 1.1(M 1 (iirs, each 30 feet long. net. in feet high and 8 feet wide—in all a train more than ninety miles in length, to haul them from the manufacturer to the consumer. Or Enough poison if taken directly into tin* human system to kill every in habitant of the United States in nine hours. Enough to deaden the ambition, weaken the will, stunt tlie body, harm the mind, roll the pocket-book and close the door on many things worth while for every bo\ who makes friends with a cigarette. Been use we love him, we have it. TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE I will meet the property owners of Nevada County at the times and places listivl below for the purpose of allow ing them to assess their property, both real and personal, also the per capita tax. Bring your last years tax receipt or land deeds. Under the new township assessment law, all property must be assessed in the township where it is located and before the Township Board while In session in said township or pay the penalty of 25 per cent of all taxes due. Non residents are required to furnish the assessor with verified lists of property in each township, on or be fore the day listed for said township, provided the non- resident has no agent in said township. Forest Hill. Albany Tp., Friday, May 25 A. M. Sutton, Albany Tp., Friday, May 25 I*. M. Sutton, Albany Tp., Saturday, May 20. Nichols School House, Alabama Tp., Monday, May 28. Falcon, Alabama Tp., Tuesday, May 20th. Falcon, Alabama Tp., Wednesday, May 30 A. M. Fullers School House, Parker Tp., Thursday, May 31 A M Jtodcaw, Parker Tp.. Thursday, May 31 P. M. Bodcaw Parker Tp., Friday, June 1 Union Church, Parker Tp., Saturday June 2. Emmet, Emmet Tp., Monday, June •1th. Emmet, Emmet Tp., Tuesday, June 5 A. M. Boughton, Boughton Tp., Wednes day, June 0th. Prescott, Missouri Tp., Thursday, June 7th to and including June 10th. A pleasant, harmless Substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups, especially prepared for Infants from one month old to Children of all ages. MOTHER! Fletcher’s Castoria contains no narcotics. It has been in use for more than 30 years to safely relieve Constipation Wind Colic Flatulency To Sweeten Stomach Diarrhoea Regulate Bowels Aids in the assimilation of Food, promoting Cheerfulness, Rest, and Natural Sleep without Opiates ^ ___. To avoid imitations, always look for the signature of Proven directions on each package. Physicians everywhere recommend it IN THE NEVADA COINTV CHANCERY COI'RT J. II. Askew. J. II. Askew & Company, j*ml W. II llussell as trustee, and I*. II. Alsnltroks as trustee_Plaintiffs, vs. Julius Matison, Eliza Matisoti. J. E. Moore. J. K. Itiley. Jr.. Dorado Oil Syndicate, F. W. Strong. F. W. Strong as sole trustee. Reverse Oil Company, Paul 1» .Cox. Tipton Cox. MeCorkle iX Coble. E. E. Miiulenliall. Oetft Hollo way. oti> Holloway. E. N. Embus, and M. C. London__Defendants, Warning Order Tlie defendants. J. E. Moore. J. li. Riley. Jr. Dorado oil Syndicate, F. W Strong. F. \V. Strong its Sole Trustee. Revere (>il Coniptiny. Paid D. Cox. Tipton Cox, MeCorkle \ Coble, E. L. Mindenhall. Oeta Holloway, Otis Hoi leway. E. X. Enders, and M. Lemlon are hereby warned to appear in the Nevada County Chancery Court with in thirty days and answer the com plaint of the plaintiffs. J. II. Askew & Company, J .11. Askew, and W II. Russell as trustee, and P. II Also brooks as trustee. Witness my hand as clerk of said court, and the seal thereof on this the Lhnl day of May. ld-d. (SEAL) E. 11 WEAVER. ,"•-3-wl» Chancery Clerk. IN Til ECHANCERV COURT OF NEVADA COUNTY. ARK. T p. Waters _Plaintiff, Fannie Crank, W. .1. Waters. I Lewis. K. 15. Lewis, Sioux Oil ami Reflating Co.. Northern Trust Co., and Louis Warner Stave Co.. _ Defendants. Warning Order The defendants. It. II. Lewis. Sioux oil and Refining Co., and Northern Trust Co., and Louis Warner Stave Co.. are warned to appear in this court within .'!() days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. T. 1*. Wa ters. (liven under my hand and seal this April 25. 1023. E. II. WEAVER. 5-3-w4 Clerk. IN THE NEVADA COUNTY CHANCERY COURT The Ouachita Valley Bank, Plaintiff, vs. .T. E. Crawford and M. 1L Straughan _Defendants. Warning Order The defendants. .1. E. Crawford and M. II Straughan are hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days to answer the complaint of the plaintiffs. Ouachita Valley Bank. Witness my hand and seal this the 2nd day of May. 1023. (SEAL l E. II Weaver. Clerk, it By Marvin Wortham, D. C. IN THE NEVADA COUNTY CHANCERY COURT .1 T. Wortham_Plaintiff. vs. .1 1. Lewis and Sioux Oil and Refining Co., _Defendants. Warning Order The defendant, Sioux oil and Refin ing Company, is warned to appear in this court within 30 days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, .1 T. Wortham. Given under my hand ami seal this 4th day of May, 1023. E. H. WEAVER, STOP THAT ITCHING Use Blue Star Remedy for Eczema, Itch, Tetter or Cracked Hands, Ring Worms, Chapped Face, Poison Oak, Sunburns, Old Sores or Sores on Chil dren. It relieves all forms of Sore Feet. For sale by l.lTIIKIK STORE An ugly cut ? MENTHOLATUM is antiseptic and gently helps the healing. I Thi GEM | ARE YOU A PESSIMIST? A dollar in fun for a tre and be an optimist. Come to the Gem Thea dime in silver. Our comic reels vould make even an Indian laugh? Why not you?