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SOUTHERN PROFIT-SHARING COUPONS We Handle MASON Fruit Jars, Rubbers and Tops ‘ <*', ' . fj.. ‘ ■•>:> »• « ' v When. Vovi Need Some Let Us Have Your Order —- - <• -■ .. . ■■ These Prices are Strictly for Gash: Orange River Rice, the only rice put up in Sanitary pack ages, packed especially for us. You will see the name in front of each package. Don’t fail to try one package 25C per package Folger’s line of Coffee, Tea and Spices. We have that because it is the best on the market. All these spices are guaran teed absolutely pure. We have them put up under our brand. Special the Rising Sun, don’t forget the brand when you need some. 10c can black pepper X»er can.— 6c can black pepper per can .. 10c can Mustard per can ....-1 Be 4c 8c 10c cun all spice per can . 5 cent can all spice per can . 30c Ginger per can.. 5c can Ginger , per can .. 10c can Cinnaman per can. 5c can Cinnamon per can . 10c can cloves per can. 5c can cloves per can . 5 c package Nutmeg per can . 5c grain all spice per can . 5c can grain Cinnamon per can . 8c 4c 8c 4c 8c 4c 8c 4c 4c 4c 4c tic can grain Cloves pel can .... 5c can Black Pepper per can . 4c 4 c Extract, the best we can g£t tor the money. We buy large quantities to get the price and our brand, the Rising Sun, so wc can sell it the same as oth ers ask you 25c.. per bottle. 10c bottle for ... 10c bottle of pure lemon extract for...... 10c bottle pure Strawberry for ..,., 10c bottle pure Orange, for ... 10c bottle pure Bannana for .....r,. 10c bottle pure Anise for ....:.. . .. Be 8 c Be 8c 8 c 8c 10c bottle pure Pear for . 10c bottle pure Pineapple for . Snow Drift lard, 10 lb pail fo . Snow Drift lard, 5 lb pail for . Swift Jewel or Bob White 10 lb pail ... 1.45 .75 1.35 Swift Jewel or Bob White, 5 lb pail . Swift Jewel or Bob White, 50 lb pail .70 6.50 Lima beans per pound .... Navy beans per pound .. Mexican beans per pound .. 7?C 8c 6c B. E. Peas per pound Pe*s :-^7>er pound Full Head Rice per pound .. Cream meal 10 lb sack j Standard Meal 24 lb sack 7c Kc .jic 30c 55c Standard meal 17 1-2 lb sack At the (lazette Cookie pem onsttration they used Robin Red Breast flour. Why? Jie cause it is the best on the mar ket and it is made in Arkaps^s and that is why. You shoiftri use it too. Wc have it for sale. r i 7 ’Phone 124 t '■ ’ ‘ - .<1 . I I • • • I * H * # > . * i»? - Phone 4S ' FREE LANDS AND FREE SEA i »< foteidynt Wilson Outlines in * Speech A jfeasie of Fence for Europe. j Is For Enforced Pent*. i _ Washington, May 27.—President Wilsoii declared tonight, before the Ijoague to Inforoe Peace, that the Un ited Slates was ready to Join In any feasible association of nation* to pre serve peace of the world against “political ambitions and selfish hostil ity,"' and in service of “a common or der, a 'common justice and a common peace.” He expressed the hope tibait terms of peace which end the present was would include such an arrange ment. i. Outlining suggestions for peart, which the President said he hoped the United States would make if it has the opportunity to do so, he included pro vision for absolute freedom of the seas a contention which has been the key stone of all the diplomatic discussions with Germany and Great Britain and virtual guarantees of territorial integ rity and political Independence. As He Sees People’s Wishes. “1 am sure,” said the President, “that the people of the United States would wish their government to move along these linees: “First—Such a settlement with re gard to their own immediate Interests as the belligerents may agree upon. We have nothing material of any kind to ask for' burselvee, and ure quite aware that we are in no sense of de grees parties to the present quarrel. Our Interest Is only in peace and Its future guarantees*. “Second—A universal association of the nations to maintain the Inviolate security of the highway of tho seas for the common and unhindered use of all the nations of the world, and to prevent aqy,wa.r:begun either contrary to treaty convenaats or without wam iag «od full sdioriasleti of tho oausos to the opislon of the world—o virtual guarantee of territorial integrity and political independence.” Fundamentals of Lasting Peace. The fundamentals of a lasting peace, President Wilson said, be believed were: “First—That every people has a right to choose the sovereignty under which they shall live. Like other nations,’* the President 6aida “we have ourselves no doubt once and again offended against the principle when for a little while controlled by selfish passion, as our franker historians have been hon orable enough to admit; but it has be come more and more our rule of life and action. "Second—That the small states of the world have a right to enjoy the same respect for their sovereignty and for their territorial integrity that great and powerful nations expect and In sist upon, and; "Third—That the world has a right to be free from every disturbance of its peace that has its origin in aggres sion and disregard of the rights of peo ple and nations.” The outstanding lesson of the world ] war, the President said, has been that the ponce of the world must henceforth depend upon a “new and more whole some diplomacy” < A Creed, Net a Program. “So sincerely do we believe in these things,” said the President in cosclu sion, “that I am sure that 1 speak the in*.ol and wish cf the peopi t o* Amor ica when I say that the United States is willing to become a partner in any feasible association of nations formed in order to realize these objects and make them secure against violation.” The President told his hearers he had not come to discuss a program, but only to avow a creed and give ex pression to the confidences that the world was approaching a day when some common force would be created for "the service of a common order, a common justice and a common peace.” -o TO IMPROVE ROAR Mena Cltlsens WD1 Work Road, and Ladles Will Serve Dinner. Mene. May 27.—Mayor J.H. Hamil ton has Issued a provlamation urging that all business cease on May 30 and the citizens devote the day to repair ing a scenic drive of two and one-half miles. The woman of the ctty will wm« picnic dinner to workers. ■ ■■ o Whenever Yen NmI n General Tonic Take drove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable on a General Tonic because it contains the wellkaowa tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, drives out Malaria. Enriches the Blood and Builds np the Whole System. 30 cents. PROTEST MEX ICAN DECREES CoaiaMi*iieation From 84 011 Operators at Tampico Seat to Washington. Protection In lttnaidet. Washington. May 28.—On the eve of the receipt of General Carranza’* new note, which official* believe will re new the demand for withdrawal of American troop* from Meexico and with another conference between Am erican and Mexican artillery com manders about to begin, a protest was received at the White House today re porting serious difficulties between American oil operators at Tampico and the Mexican authorities. The protest came in a telegram to Preident Wilson by 84 American cit izen* at Tampico. They declared the Mexican military officials were pro mulgating decrees designed to make l it impossible for Americans to do busi ness in the country, and told how one of their number had been arrested and imprisoned for three hours because he refused to pay his employes wages fixed by the authorities in excess of terms previously agreed upon with the non. Assert Right to Protection. The signers of the message asserted their right to protection from the American government and announced their determination hot to comply with arbitrary and confiscatory order* and decree* by the Mexican*. The protest was sent to the State Department. Other complaint* have been received regarding recent Car ranza decrees and It i* probable thero will be representations on the subject just as soon as the controversy over the presence of American troops In Mexico is adjusted. In addition to again raising the ques tion of withdrawal of American troops, it' is thought in official circles that the new note may mention as another grievance the official embargo upon exportation of munitions to Mexico from the United States. Conference May Begin Today. While diplomatic negotiations are la progress here, General Pershing will be bolding conferences with General Gavira, commander of the state of Chi huahua, regarding co-operation of the Carranza and American forces in the ' .suit Of outlaws. General Pershing's advice to the War Department today stated' that General Gavira was ex pected at Casas Grandes on Wednes day or Thursday. General Funston has prohibited discussion by General Per shing <jfv the question of withdrawing the Uuited States expedition. The,State Department today receiv ed a meessage stating that several Americans from the Guadalajara min ing district had gone to Manzanilla to await a steamship for California. About 100 Americans left Manzanillo and Mgzatlan a few weeks ago. According to official estimates from somewhat meager information there are about 6,000 in all still in Mexico, of whom, about 2,000 are in the Tam pico oil. district and 1,200 at Mexico City. ' -o PHYSICIAN TELLS OF NEW DISCOYEHY Should Be Offered To All Suffering Humanity. That one of our local druggists is a wide awake business man and al ways on the lookout for something to satisfy his trade is evidenced in thou sands of.volunteer letters that are now being published in regard to “Hays' Specific,” the greatest system tonic, which he now has the agency for. In a recent letter Dr. R. M. Bright, of Paducah. Ky., gays: I feel that I should say a few words in appreciation of the wonderful tonic and anti-malarial effect of your pre paration. I had thought of going to another climate for a cure, but now I see that all I needed was your prepar ation, and so far I have had no return of my old malady, chills and malaria. This wonderful tonic of native herbs and barks is now being sold In Ash down by the Boyer Drug Co. adv A Symbol of Health. The Pythagerians of Ancient Greece ate simple foqd, practiced temperance and purity. As a badge they used the five pointed star which they regarded as a symbol of health. A red live pointed star appears on each package of Chamberlain’s Tablets, and still fulfils .its ancient mission as a ambol Of health. If you are troubled with in digestion. .biliousness or constipation, get a package of these tablets from your druggist. You will , bo surprised at the quick relief which they afford. Obtainable everywhere. „_ W Teats, imags, byCem, Mv tmk 4Mht U, M M*. 11 MGS FOB HATCHING ■iMk *n« Whit* Or»tn*««|M wtl »rlcM. YOUNGS POULTRY YARDS froB-^n P»M >»M *r*>« >h*m It t»r M|l>f lift »■( TK BATHE MY* br Lifn«r* •>4 Drag* FREE TO ONE GIRL IN THIS COUNTY. The gret girl uiwtrlif this a4v<rtlM*iM( will be clean t fell (*« weak*' eonraa. with beard aa4 ram, In MRS. C. T. McKEKHAN’S COOKING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Olrla are taught haw ta cmk and aarea manic. table decora (Mil. fancy taka ' baklac and decoration, bew ta carve eheflng dlah Itiecheona. a«*d haw to taka Individual i«c add nut cup*. Oirla arc eared for In ‘the heme. Attendance 1* limited, ao wrtta today far advance book Inge ta Ml. C. T. HaKCRHAH. I4H »rl*« It., Mttl* Saak. Ark. 1 me QUEEN HOME CANNER Can all of your fruit* and veg etable* that you caaa»t aeli at a profit. Tou will have mbit cf your winter feed at little «**t—and plen ty to aall b*»ldea. Haipd canned good*. properly prepared, bring high eat prioaa every wh*re. Teu ekn make 1100 00 or more every •canon, canning for thla trad*, either your awn aurplu* or your neighbor*', on percentage. •s>. 93.25 an! Up THE DIXIE QUE^N HOME CANNER la aadaraad by eatherltlea and glare everywhere. ]< 1a better leally built to produca nailniun beat to MlOmivn total camta mm gnlekar, batter and cheaper. ; Odkd. In beta and glaaa Jan aarrtad ta ▲ paatal will bring boekiat. prteaa nl oamplata fnfom * aotanlta imgtlan. Tbaradara DIXIE CANNER COMPANY. 429,Uttk ■mamma (NiDbcrUii’i Tablets Hive DenS • Wonder* for Me.** "I have been a sufferer from Stoflf ach trouble for a number of years, find although I hare used a great number of remedies recommended for this complaint, .Chamberlain’s Tablets Is the first medicine that has glVSfi the positive and lasting relief,’’ wfltis Mrs. Anna Kadlin, Spencerport K. t. “Chamberlain’s Tablets bar S done venders for me and I Value them tery highly.” Obtainable everywhere. Hr -o-— The Strong Withstand lira Heat of Summer Batter Than the Weak Old people who are feeble, and younger people who are weak, will be strengthened end enabled to go through the depress* ing heat of autmnef by taking regularly Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic. It purifies and enriches the blood and builds up the whole system, 50c. ^ „, ,v. .1 Whooping Cough. One of the most successful prepara tions in use for this disease is Cham berlain’s Cough Remedy. S. W> Me Clinton, Blandon Springs, Ala., writes “Our baby had whooping cough as bad< as most any baby could have It. 1 gave him Chamberlain’s Cough Rente' d and it soon got him well.” Obtain able everywhere. Wed K. C. S. CHANCE SCHEDULE South hound. Old time No. 1,...8:59 a. m No. 3 .8:30 p m. | North bound. [No. 2 ....11:03 p. m. No. 4 ..12:89 p. m. / New time ’ 8:27 a. m 8:17 p. n*'v 11:59 9. »■ 11:68 a. as.