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wins our trade EAIR TREATMENT GU retains it HRIE’S phone 101 O. R. McDaniel of Route 1 was a Prescott visitor yesterday. • • • • Mrs. Ellis Jones of Route 4, is shop ping in this city today. • * * • Geo. Fuller of Mt. Moriah, was a ^business visitor here today. > • • • « R, E- Strickland of Gordon is at tending to business matters liert today. Mrs. H. H. Vaughn and daughter of Blevins were here yesterday shopping. • • • • Its in a elass hy itself—the Victor Victrola. Nevada County Hardware Company. • • • • J. M. Winberry of Delta, is attend ing to business matters at the court house today. • • • • J. S. Haynes of Okolona, represent ing the American Can company of < hl eago, was a caller at this office today. • • • • C A. Wynn, superintendent of the water and light plant was a business visitor to Texarkana yesterday. • • • • Just step inside and hear the World's Greatest Arti-ts on the Only Victrola. Nevada County Hardware Company. • • • • J. F. Trevillion has returned from a trip to Waldo in the interest of the j Thomas Pickle company. • • • • Hon. J. O. A. Bush returned from Arkadelphia this morning where he at tended to legal business. • • • • Very convenient, our Victrola IX* partment. ground lloor, just inside the door. Nevada Cotuitv Hardware Company. Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Atkinson are here from Foreman, visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Volway. who live two miles out of town. • • • • Mrs. Fannie Stark returned on No. .1 this morning to l’aris, Texas, after a pleasant visit with her brother, Mr. I. P. Seal of this city. • • • • Drop in from the street, no stairs to climb, to our Vietrola Department, where you heat * he World's Greatest Artists. Nevada County Hardware Company • • • • Mrs. Jessie Freeman and little Miss Dorothy, accompanied Mrs. C. B. An drews tu Texarkana this morning, and while there Mrs. Freeman will visit her s'uster. Mrs. W. B. Adams. * • • • Drop in at Geo. Christopher’s Store tomorrow and sample a cup of Canova Coffee 'he will be there to demon strate it- splendid qualities—Miss Elsie Moss. • • • • l’eanue butter sandwiches will be served with Canova coffee at Christo pher’s Grocery tomorrow by Miss Elsie Moss, the pleasant and efficient dem onstrator of Can ova products. • • • • Geo. W. Fuller and son, Alvin, of Mt. Moriah, are shopping bere today. • • • • • D. E. Evans, Esq., of Sutton, is bere today on business. • • • • .1. T. Stuart of route 5 and son A. B. Stuart, are Prescott visitors today. • • • • T. P. Waters of route 2, was a court house visitor this morning. • • • • Common Pleas Court is in session at tli* court house with Judge Franks in the chair. • • • • Geo. West and J. S. B. Marlar of Willisville, transacted business here today. • • • • C. E. Thompson of Willsville. an old boyhood friend of County Clerk Algia Dilard spent today in the city. • • • • Miss Beulah Henderson of El Dorado is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Trometer of this city. • • •" • W. G. Hayes of New Bern. N. C., stopped off here en route home from Junction City, where he was called to the bedside of his sick child, who lives with its grand parents. Her. and Mrs. W. M. Hayes. W. G. Hayes is a son in-law of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Andrews. • • • • Mrs. C. B. Andrews went to Texark ana on Xo. 5 this'morning to meet her little granddaughter, Baby Helen Ro gers. and will bring her back to Pres cott to spend a few days. Baby Helen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rogers of Memphis. • • • • The ladies of the Cemetery Associa tion would be pleased to receive sub sebriptions for the following maga zines: Cosmopolitan, Hearst's, Good Housekeeping. Pictorial Review, Har per’s Bazar. Motor and Motor Boating, dlw 3-14 CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of ECONOMY SALE! FREEMAN’S -SAMPLE SHOE STORE OLD MONSON BULIDING 119 WEST MAIN STREET Money we want; money we need and money we expect to get quickly in this ECONOMY SALE. In this sale we expect to turn loose our merchan dise at such a cheap price that we will spread our acquaintance, increase our friends and diminish our enemies. Read below description and prices of a few of our many bargains in desirable and dependable merchandise at prices not seen since the cheap prices of 1914. Men’s good heavyweight overalls-$1.10 Men's goods work shirts-65c Men's Army Coats (wool) ...-$1.35 Men’s Army Coats (khaki)-45c Men’s Army Breeches_75c Men’s Hose, per pair-5c to 15c Ladies' Hose, per pair-#-7c to 15c Ladies Hose, silk_15c to 45c Ladies Heavy Shoes_$1.75 to $2.50 Ladies’ Light Shoes_$1.75 to $3.85 (The $1.75 shoes sold originally at $4.00.) Ladies’ P.lack and Brown Oxfords, straps and ties in beautiful casts $3.25 to $4.00 Misses and grown girls’ dresses 85c to $3.00 Men’s good gray mixed Hose—3 pr. for 25c Ladies’ good gray mixed hose 3 pr. for 25c Calicoes, per yard-8 l-3c All spool thread, per spool-5c Suspenders, per pair-10c to 35c Hundreds of other bargains equally as cheap as these quoted. Come and see and be convinced that we have dependable merchandise far below the price you had expected to get them at this date. Sale begins WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, and ends SATURDAY MARCH 26. Don’t make a mistake in the place, FREEMAN’S SAMPLE SHOE STORE, Old Monaon Building, 119 West Main Street. OF SHEPHERDS CHECK One of the best of this season’s sep arate skirts is presented here and it pleases every one who loves neat and crisp tailored clothes. It is made of a material that has a stripe of shep herd’s check alternating with one ol black vUth a white line through it. Box pints almost conceal the black stripe -o TO DRILL NEW WELL IN NEVADA The local and business public who are interested in the future develop ment in this vicinity are glad to wel come Judge O. F. Wimmer, well known Kansas City attorney, judge and suc cessful oil operator, who will make his temporary headquarters in the State National Bank building at the office of James II. Garrison, local oil lease man. Judge Wimmer has a contract to drill a well iu southern Nevada county, about seven miles north of Waldo, on a large tract of oil and gas lease proper ties owned by It. O. Hawley & Company composed of E. A. Hawley, local physi cian. Tt. C. Hawley. I>r. Carroll. Spill Browne and H. F. Perkins of Texark ana. The judge also lias a contract un der consideration to dril a well in Mil ler county, after-several months of close investigation he is convinced that oil is here.—Texarkanian. -o Miss Klsie Moss will demonstrate Canova Coffey at Geo. Christopher's Grocery store here tomorrow. Through out the day she will serve Canova Cof fee and Canova Peanut Butter sand wiches. Drop in at Christopher's to morrow and sample a cup of this won derful coffee—Canova. Typewriter Specialist CLEANING and REBUILDING Mr. Sizemore PHONE 115. Does Your Letter head Get It? Th# ippitranc* of your letter head may mean succesa or (allure. Do youraelf justice In the quality of your buaineee nssaengar. % We do not advocate extravn» gance. We recommend the mac of a very moderate priced Standard paper — — which baa won recognidba (or its quality and the service it (ivea. We are prepared to famish that paper and to print you a letterhead that le a dip tdfied representative. Sec What Wc Cu Cite Yea jetore Yob Place u Order METHODS OF COLONIZING CUT-OVER LANDS STUDIED. I^and settlement and colonization in the' cut-over regions of the Great Lake States—Minnesota. Wisconsin, nn Michigan—has been the subject of an extensive series of studies conducted during the past year by the United States Department of Agriculture. These studies, carried on in co-opera tion with the Minnesota Experiment Statilon, the Wisconsin Experiment Station, and the University of Michigan include investigation of the various settlement agencies wiht a view to determining the good and bad charac teristics of the methods employed. Practically all the important coloniza tion and settlement companies operat ing in this region have been visited, and, in addition to this, typical settle ment projects are being extensively studied. GOVERNOR TO HELENA. Helena, March 15.—Commander L. .7. Wilkes Jr., of Richard L. Kitchen’s Post No. 41, American Legion, announc ed today that Governor McRae has ac cepted an invitation from the post to attend a banquet here March 2t>. No tification of the governor's acceptance' was received by wire this afternoon. Our Hobby Is Good Printing Ask to^, samples cf our bust* ness cards, visiting -- ■ ■ cards, wedding and other invitations. pan£ phlets, folders, letter head* statements, shipping tags, envelopes, etc., constantly carried in stock for your accommodation. Get our figures on that printing you have been thinking of. New Type, Latest Style Faces Net Contents lSIluidDrachn ?5g«P' *:i£5 m fjpiiiWBal 1*5 it? ns PH ALCOHOL-3 PER GENT. i | AVe^efabk PrcparationforAs T similatin*thcFood ; tin^theStomadiS and Bowery INFANTS C'Hlt.l>»jtN 1 Thereby FromotMWfc^ ft ChcctfuInessandResUiKda1® neither Opium, Morphine not Mineral. not Narcotic Amp*** Srrrrut JtocUUt StO» «jaseas5 i -jssssg,1 | resulting thrrcfromonh'ihnty CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of Facsimile Si<foatgtl of (&S0&S J)BZ CESTArnCoHP*or TOHICs Ts’EW Exact Copy of Wiapper. For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA i cotietNr ro*n “*tv a *> “HUCKLEBERRY FINN Tlit'ii one day Huck escaped headed his boat down the Mississippi floated into a vagabond realm <>t' adventure tiiat has made his name immortal. All In this marvelous picture! Mark Twain's greatest story, re-created on the screen. See it Bure. COMING TOMORROW Charles Ray in “THE VILLAGE SLEUTH.” : We Are Exclusive Bottlers In this Ter ritory tor Arkola Orange Crush l.enion Crush Lime Crush Killamj Ginger Ale Cherry Blossom Schlitz Famo The Beverage that made Milwaukee Famous. Also Famous Mineral Wells Water, Mineral Wells, Texas. Prescott Ice Co. Phone 56.