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Old papers for sale at this ffice cheap. Mrs. John Pittman spent Mon ay in Hope. Ed Hood of Emmet spent Sat rday in the city‘ Monev to Loan-On improved arms Liberal terms. .7-2m R- L- Blakely’ A«ent j D. Bright of Sutton was a •reicott visitor Monday. j L. Lee. of ElDorado, was a rescott visitor last week. For Sale-Some good Bermuda nd clover Hay. F. M. Odell. Prescott Route 6 (Artesian) Some Specials! We have a lot of Men’s and Boys Belts that we are selling at a bargain. We are overstocked on these and want to sell at your own price. THE FAMOUS White House Goffee When you drink this coffee you will say that it “Tastes Like More" WTUE k HENDRIX. I We are sorry to note the illness of J. ! A. Bailey. W. H. Terry wa3 a Little Rock visit or this week. For Sale—Pony and Mule good work animals. Sam 0. Logan. .1. A. Nelson, of Laneburg was in the city Wednesday. W. W. Milwee. of Murfreesboro was in the city Wednesday on business. Walter Bryan and famiiv, of Oklahoma are visiting in the city. HowardTerry of Mnrfreesbo ro was a Prescott visitor Monday. Mrs. Dolphus Whitten of Hope visited relatives and friends here Sunday. Mr.s G. R. Haynie returned last Saturday from a visit to friends in Texarkan. Mrs. Chas. Elkins left Monday for Delight Ark. where she goes to visit relatives. Saxon McGuire, retnrned to Little Rock Wednesday after a few weeks vacation on account of sickness. Hugh Daniel of Laneburg was in the city Wednesday and while here made the Picayune office a pleasant call. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kinser, who have been visiting at Hope and Texarkana for the past two weeks returned home Saturday. For Sale—A scholarship to one of the best business colleges in Little Rock. Call or write to C. B. Andrews, Picayune office, Prescott, Ark. There will be services at the Catholic Church next Sunday at nine o’clock, evening service at eight o’clock. Father Higgins, Pastor. Frank Shreives one of (Prescott’s boys, has passed the final examination at College of Pharmacy of St. Louis. Frank has secured a position in the city and will remain there. His many frienls are glad to note that he is climbing the ladder to success. ARKNNSAS HOMESTEAD BUYS BACK-TO THE LAND The Arkansas Homestead of Little Rock has purchased Back to-the-Land, a paper established by William R. Lighton and late ly operated by H. G. Spaulding a: Pine Bluff, and the two papers have been united under the name of the Arkansas Farmer and Homestead, with Clay Sloan of Black Rock as agriculture editor and John C. Samll as manager. A new printing outfit has teen installed at Little Rock and the paper is now published twice a month. This consolidation gives the Arkansas Farmer ahd Home stead a circulation of 40,000, and makes it one of the real strong agricultural papers of the South. TO AILING WOMEN A Little Sound Advice Will Help Many a Sufferer in Prescott. No woman should consider herself healthy and well if the kidneys are weak. Poisions that'pass off in the se cretions when the kidneys are well are retained in the body when the kidneys are disordered. If the kidneys and bladder become inflamed and swollen worse troubles may Iqnickly follow. This is often the cause of bearing-down pains, lameness, backache, etc. U ric poisoning is also.frequent cause of head ache, dizzy spells, languor, nervous ness and rheumatic pain. When suffering so, try Doan’s Kid ney Pills, a remedy that has proven ef fective Jin thousands of such cases. Let a Prescott woman tell of her ex perieece. Mrs. L. B. Hyde, R. F. D. 5, Prescott Ark., says: Some years ago I took Doan’s Kidney Pills when suffering from Kidney complaint. This trouble had bothered mo for several years. I took the contents of a few boxes of Doan’s Pills and they not only |brought relief but helped me in every way. I strongly recommend this remedy to anyone having kidney complaint, for T know from ezperience Jthat it does all that it is claimed to do. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo, Few York, sole agents for'the] United States. Remember the name—Doan's—and tske no other. Talks on Banking—Ninth Article SOMETHING ABOUT SERVICE This is an age of specialization. To be able to do a few things and do them better than any one else has brought success to many a man in business. , The management of the Bank of Prescott, while in touch with general business conditions over the country, are concentrating their efforts and' endeavor to render the people of Prescott and Nevada county the saf est, broadest and most satisfactory banking service in their power. Their financial interests are right here at home in Prescott. They are giving their co-operation to those who patronize the Bank of Prescott, and will welcome your business too. __ Bank of Prescott Capital and Surplus $90,000. Prescott, Ark. 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 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. Let me make your combings of hair into a nice braid, all work j guaranteed to be satisfactory. See me at Picayune officie, phone No. 232. Advt Florence Elkins. GLEASONS EUROPEAN HOTEL RESTAUARNT IN CONNECTION ROOMS 11.00 UP Electric Lights, Electric Elevators, Long Distant ^Telephone, Telegraph and Typewnnfc. We use Foiled Filtered Water: Corner Second and | Center Streets. Little Rock, Arkansas THE CROP DEPENDS OPON THE DROP 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 t the most accurate in getting the seed in the ground properly. Besides it is 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.