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Old papers for sale at this ice cheap. For Sale—Pony and Mule good >rk animals. Sam 0. Logan. Wonder if fishing is good on gy’s Lake? Money to Loan—On improved rms. Libera! terms. ,2m R- L. Blakely, Agent. F. P. Harris, of Route 5 was a ler at the Picayune office last turday. 5d Hood and Dave Snell of jmet were in town yesterday business. j M. Hardwick of Cale was in b city yesterday and made this ice a pleasant call. To the ladies of Prescott, and nmunity. If you need a Spi la Corset call No. 149. Jive us your orders for meat turday evening. We will not liver on Sunday morning. Model Meat Market Urs. S. J. Wisner, of Glenwood ;he guest of her Sister, Mrs. as. Elkins this week. flrs. W. K. Buchanan was call to Carthage Mo. to attend the iside of her father who is not jected to live. We acknowledge a verv plea it visit Tuesday from Dr. C. Tittle, who has just return from College. He informs us it he will be permanently lo ed at Hope, but says he will glad to answer any call from sscott by any one in need of a it class Veterinarian. Dr. is ; of our home boys and has re itly graduated from one of the it colleges known to the prof sion. R. D. Erwin of San Antonio Texas was in the city yesterday. For Sale—Some good Bermuda and clover Hay. F. M. Odell, Prescott Route 6 (Artesian) Mrs. C. E. Shankie of Camden is visiting in the city for a few days. Mrs. E. E. Norman and daugh ter of Emmet were in the city shopping Wednesday. Plenty money to loan on farm lands, long time and reasonable interest. Rboerts Land & Loan Co. The home of Mrs. Ara Oxford on Mill street was destroyed by fire Wednesday night. Horses, Mules and Cows are dying every day; insure with us, we pay for death from all causes. Roberts Land & Loan Company. Mrs. J. H. Riley of Paragould has joined her husband and son here and they will be domiciled in the Fisher residence on Mill Street. We make this promise, that whenever White Dove Flour is not Absolutely satisfactory, we take it back and return your money. J. M. Duke. Don’t be surprised if you have an at tack of rheumatism this spring. Just rub the affected parts freely Chamber lain’s Liniment and it will soon disap pear. Sold by All Dealers. Judge Hayes of Camden and Col Steve Brundidge of Searcy have opened headquarters at Little Rock and things are ex pected to warm up a little in the Gubernatoral fight within the next few weeks. We are writing a special policy for women, pays $40.00 per month sick or accident, $400.00 loss of life, covers every disease and accident. Roberts Land & Loan Company. Tug Grayson of Patmos was in the city Tuesday on business with the president of the Son’s of Rest. Hugh Henry of Little Rock was visiting his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walthall of this city the first of the week. Purify the biood and put the system in order for summer work by using |at this time a short course of Prickly Ash Bitters; it is the greatest blood purifier en earth. Little Rock and return account Arkansas Bankers Association $3.90. Tickets on sale April 21st to 23rd inclusive, good for return ing to reach original starting point by midnight April 26th. A. B. Oliphint, Agent. Adulteratiou of food has got to be an evil against which all the health officers and all the doctors and all the ministers and all the reformers and all the Christians need set themselves in battle ar ray. John A. Davis has purchased one of the famous Apperson “Jack Rabbit” cars from the Shoemaker-Bale Auto Company of Little Rock and will drive it home ove.land as soon as road conditions will permit. When you pull down the town in which is your home, vou are pulling down yourself and your neighbor. Try and banish from your mind the mistaken idea that all good things are away off in some other locality. Give your town all the praise it can legiti mately bear. It certainly will do you no harm and will cost you nothing; and all pratronize your home institutions—including the printing office. We are issuing a business mens policy, pavs $100.00 month sick or accident. $1000,00 loss life, pays for 6 months sickness and 12 months accident. Roberts Land & Loan Company. Talks on Banking—Ninth Article It It Your Chance—Take It. Business Opportunities seek Capital, Credit and Character. The Savings Department of this bank makes it possible for any individual in this community to prepare for future business success. Small amounts deposited regularly soon amount to a sum that will sooner or later open the way to a permanent place in (bus iness. The habit formed meantime goes far toward establishing a basis of financial credit and strengthens character and ability. If you will stop to consider carefully these points and their importance to your progress in life, you •will fully appreciate the advantages offered by having a Sav ings Account with the Bank of Prescott. __i Bank of Prescott Capital and Surplus $90,000. Prescott, Ark. Federal Court convenes in Texarkana on the 12th day of May and Finis Murrah and A. M. Ellsworth will represent Ne vada County on the Grand Jury. Many so-called “bitters” are not medicines, but simply liquids disguised so as to evade the law. Prickly Ash Bitters is not one of this class. It is strictly a medicine, acting primarily on the kidneys, liver and bowels, and for the dangerous diseases that attack i these organs it is a remedy of the first grade. There is nothing objectionable in its taste, it has an agreeable flavor and is acceptable to the most delicate stomach. 6LEAS0NS EUROPEAN HOTEL RESTAUARNT IN CONNECTION ROOMS $1.00 OP Electric Lights, Electric Elevators, Long Distance TeUfehone, Telegraph and Typewriting. ^We use Foikd Filtered Water. Corner Second and Center Streets. Little Rock. Arkansas There is no telling just how much a cheap planter does cost. We offer the J. I. Case as the most reasonable in price and the most accurate in getting the seed in the ground properly. Besides it i& made of better material, never locks up in the hopper, never skips and never falls out of gear. It is most easily adjusted, and is the most durable since all the cogs and working parts are inclosed. PRICED $11.00 AND UP. We pay the same price back to you, if not satisfied.