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T>UY where your money gets the most, if our competitor can sell you staple, dependable groceries at prices lower than ^ then “hats off to him,” he’s the man to trade with. We feel assured, though, that a trial order at this store will you our prices are RIGHT-—that fcr every dollar spent at this store you get A DOLLAR’S WORTH. ours, convince In addition to supplying our customers with the very best groceries that money will buy, at the very lowest prices possible, we M, are now giving the famous S. P. S. Coupons. These coupons are not “something fcr nothing” they are something instead of no’thi —your discount for cash. With them you can get Aluminum Cooking Utensils, Silverware, Cut Glass, jewelry of all kinds Musis V . - ¥\ 11 | nr« f n 1 . 1 •r.l la * ' 7 / -'■**_/ w a Ui.1 C.US. XM. V.T, i f 4 O 1 <4 I Aruiu 4- I I aII a m mm #1 I mm m a. 4 mII l>. a — — 4 4 I _ _ 4 ■ 1 " a • S 1 . v m — Illltg Instruments, Dolls and Toys of all kinds—in fact almost anything you car. mention—even railroad mileage. In order to make it easier for the customers to secure their premiums, the S. P. S. Co. has arranged to accept Ti ?T.ds of oilier coupons. A list of these coupons upon application at the store; Also a catalogue and 20 complimentary coupons to start you of*. THE S. P. S. Co. believes in Cash Business, that is really the principal of Profit Sharing Coupons. We have got them to make an exception here though, and they are going to allow us to give them to our credit customers on this basis: To all weekly two weeks and thirty day customers who PAY THEIR ACCOUNTS IN FULL WHEN DUE, we are allowed to give half coupons. We feel that just the same as the man who pays SPOT CASH is entitled to something the credit customer doesn’t get so too is the customer who pays his account in full when due is entitled to something that the man who doesn’t isn’t. Thanking you for your attention and hoping that we may soon number you among our many satisfied customers, we are, Respectfully yours, ’Phone 127 “Groceries of Quality at Prices That Are Right” ’Phone 48 REXALL STRAW VOTE CORRECT 8,000 Druggists Polled 951,390 Votes. Returns Covered all States, Local Vote Big Factor. President Wilson’s victory at tlie polls Tuesday is a striking verifica tion of the prediction made by this nevs.paper long before the election day. Three weeks ago. the 8000 members of the Rexall Druggists’ Association of which the Model Drug Co. is a mem ber began to take a straw vote of their customers. The members of the Asso ciation being scattered all over the United State", were able to reach 951, 896 voters drawn from all walks of life. It was the biggest straw vote ever taken and was made possible only by the national character of -the or ganization. The druggists throughout the coun votes were tabulated and the results of the votes cast by their customers to the national headquarters of their organization in Boston. There the votes were tabulated and the results of the balloting from all the states were announced by uuily oulletins mailed from Boston and which were posted .in the 8000 Rexall Stores and published simultaneously in the lead ing newspapers of the country. The first straw vote bulletin sent ojfi October 20th, showed Wilson in the lead The second bulletin, issued Oc tober 27th showed Hughes in the lead by one electoral vote. From that date each and every bulletin recorded steady gainri fir Wilson, both in the popular and the electorial vote. The final straw vote, dated Novem ber 6th, gave Wilson 554,000 popular votes agamst 396 896 for Hughes. On electorial vote Wilson received 299 and Hughes 232 of the 266 necessary to elect. This nation-wide straw vote derived its value from its strictly non-partisan character. The Rexall Druggist, with out regard to personal preferences, furnished to the national headquarters of their assoc'ation The United Drug Company, accurate figures for each day's balloting in their Stores. At the headquarters in Boston the ballotf were tabulated without fear or favor, the sole object being to call the turn in politics before election. RICHMOND NEWS. Richmond, Nov. 9.—(Special).-Mr. Rainey High of Texarkana is visiting relatives here. Henry Syk a returned home from Hendrix college Tuesday last, on ac 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. 1 was hardly able to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles Of Cardui, 1 began to feel like a new woman. I soon gained 35 pounds, and how, 1 do all my housework, as well as run a big water'milL wish every siufering woman would give 1 CARDUI the Woman’s Tonic triaL I still use Cardui when 1 feel a little bad, nd It i * i trying ( been helping weak, ailing fer years, Get a Bottle Today! t al i count of his ey.)o fading him. S/lrs. Mayo Robertson of Ashdown is visiting in the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Vaughan this w.eek. Fletcher Wade left Tuesday for Kansas City, Mo., where he expect to remain during llie winter months. Bern to Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Love Jr. a 'little seven pound, daughter, on November the third. Prof. T. T. C. Anderson was absent from the school room several days last week, on account of illness, but we were glad to fee him aible to re sume his former duties bright and early Monday morning. Clint Faulkner of Ashdown was a pleasant caller in Richmond Sunday evening. Miss Mary Locke and Mrs. Mollie Hemphill spent the week-end with relatives at Ashdown. I Miss Llewellyn Bizzell of Locke' burg visited her uncle, M. W. Locke here Monday. j Misses Lotta and Louise Cheever spent the week-end in Foreman hi t ! week. Miss Lotta has been favored ; by securing a voice class at that place. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sykes,- visited relatives at Wilton Sunday. Will Davis and Miss Jannie Lewis attended the evening services at Ar den Sunday, conducted by Rev. W. T. Sullivan. I Wesley Gardner returned from Hot ! Springs Wednesday, where he has been tor the pal t month on account of his health. Now Lookout. When a cold hangs on as often hap pen), or when you have hardly gotten over one cold before you contract an other, lookout for you are liable to contract some very serious disease. This succession of colds weakens the system and lowers the vitality ►<» that you are much more liable to contract chronic catarrh, pneumonia or con sumption. Cure your cold while you can. Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy has a great reputation. It is relied upon by thousands of people and ne ver disappoints them. Try it. It only costs a quarter. Obtainable every where. advt -o Warning Order. In the Chancery Court of Little River county, Ark. W. T. Locke, plaintiff vs. Gillie Willis et al, defen dant. The defendant. Lovett Willis is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, W. T. Locke Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 19th day of Oct. 1916—Chas. H. p.;rk Clerk; by S. L. Jones, D. '3.S3-94 -o Warning Order. In the Chancery court of Little River county. Ark. Mrs. Lizzie Rob ertson, plaintiff vs. W. A. Bentley, et al, defendants. The defendants, W. A. Bentley, Ben F. Bentley and Maggie Elliott are warned to appear within this court within thirty days and ans wer the complaint of the plaintiff, Mrs. Lizzie Robertson. Witness my hand and' the seal of said court this 10th day of Oct. 1916.—Chas. H. Park, Clerk; by S, L. Jones D. C. S-94 NOV. COTTON REPORT PAINE!) 8,019,063 Hales as Compared With 7, 1178,886 Last ear Says Report. Washington, Nov. 8.—Cotton ginned prior to November 1 amounted to 8,619 bales, compared with 7,378,886 last year and 9,826,912 in 1914. Rocnd bales included were 153,698 and sea island 80 310. G'nning by States follows: Alabama. 379,974; Arkansas. 813. 718; California. 112S1; lorida. 39,036: Georgia, 1 43,842; Louisiana. 364,711; Missiisippi, 561.728; North Carolina. 381 255; Oklahoma. 592,546; South Carolina, 639,734;'Tennessee, 229,178; Texas, 3.110,299! all other States, 59, 759. Sufferer from Indigestion Relieved ‘‘Before taking Chamberlain’s Tab lets my husband suffered for several* years from indigestion cau ing him to have pains in the stomach and distress after ea’ing. Chamberlain’s Tal-Iets relieved him of these spells right away,” writes Mrs I'homa* Casey. -at Geneva. X. V. 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It is made by a patented process that removes bite and parch! You can smoke it long and hard without a come back! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just answers the universal demand for tobacco without bite, parch or kick-back! Introduction to Prince Albert isn’t any harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells, tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A.” You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it’s the cheer fullest investment you ever made! prince lr Albert R. J. RtjntUi Tobacco Co., WiiMton-Salom, N. C. Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.