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Fish, every Thursday at
j W. Hunt’s. v Advt
Ge0 DeWoody was in town
Wednesday.
Mrs. Davenport, of Texarkana
is visiting in the city.
Money to Loan—On improved
farms. Liberal terms.
m R. L. Blakely, Agent.
Rev. and Mrs. B. A. Few are
visiting in Little Rock.
We guarantee every sack of
White Dove Flour.
J. M. Duke.
j. G. Rhodes, of Weaver, was
a Prescott visitor Monday.
Born-Last Monday to Rev.
and Mrs. Will Bennet, a boy.
Don’t forget the Gentry Shows
that will be here September 27.
Dr. T. J. Mendehall, of Ross
ton was a Prescott visitor Mon
day.
Born- Last Sunday to Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Smith on Route 4 a
boy.
Born-To Mr. and Mrs. B. J.
Daniel, on last Monday evening a
boy.
The next sack of flour you buy
try a sack of White Dove sold by
I. M. Duke, made by the Arka
delphia Milling Co.
Iam agent for the Spirella
Corset and will be pleased to call
indtake vour measure. Fit guar
inteed.—Mrs. C. B. Andrews,
No. Six-Sixty-Six
Tail it a prescription prepared especially
); MALARIA or CHILLS &. FEVER.
Tveor six doses will break any case, and
(taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
etura. It acts on the liver better than
Isbnael and docs not gripe or sicken. 25c
We will have fresh fish every
Thursday. Call us.
Advt J. W. Hunt.
'Dexter Bush left Tuesday for
Fayetville where he will attend
college.
J. B. Hannah of Morris was in
the city Tuesday and made this
office a call.
||Lee Griffith returned home
S>undav from a business trip to
Kansas City.
Dr. Jacob Hesterley left Mon
day for Memphis to attend a
Medical College.
* Hon. J. 0. A. Bush made a
business trip to Little Rock the
first of the week.
I
Miss Mary Jones left Friday
afternoon for Conway, where
will attend school.
For—Fire, Lightning and Tor
nado Insurance, seeF. E. Murrah
at Bank of Prescott.
Advt
Another car of White Dove
Flour just received. Makes bis
cuit like mother made.
Advt J. M. Duke.
Leonard Hamby left Monday
afternoon for Fayetville where
he goes to enter college.
Miss Beulah Hesterly, left Sun
day for San Marcus Texas where
she goes to enter college.
Miss Phle3 Stone left Friday
for Columbus Missouri where
she goes to enter College.
Our good old friend, Frank
Campbell, of Emrnet Township,
was a caller Wednesday.
Judge B’Shers and wife of
Fulton are visiting their father
Esq J. B’Shers of this citv.
If your food does not digest well, a
few doses of Prickly Ash Bitters will
set matters right. It sweetens the
breath, strengthens the stomach and
digestion, creates |appetite and cheer
fulness.
To the ladies of Prescott, and
community. If you need a Spi
rella Corset call No. 149.
Every Bodv is coming to Pres
cott Saturday, September 27 to
see Gentry’s Dog and Pony Show.
Mrs. A. M. Ellsworth and son,
arrived in the city Sunday, and
expect to make Prescott their
future home.
Messers E. A. Pruitt and W.
H. Atkins of Rosston and Bluff
City were pleasant callers at the
Picayune office Wednesday.
Miss Bessie Cobb, who spent
her vacation in the city with
home folks, left last Friday for
Ft. Smith where she will teach
in the Schools.
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.
The International State Sunday
School Association Workers will
visit Prescott and hold a convent
ion with the workers of the vari
ous Schools, Wednesday, Sept.
24th. at the Presbyterian church
at 10 o’clock a m.
Dr. 0. K. Haydon has purchas
ed an interest in the Greeson
Sanitarium and wiil be associat
ed with Drs. Buchanan. How
ever he will still retain his office
at the Stainton Drug Store. Dr.
Haydon recently located here
from Conwav,
I will handle the Logan Trans
fer business and also the Water
Pierce Oil Co. and the Buckeye
Cotton Oil accounts. For the pre
sent I will be located at the same
place, and as we have four wag
ons and teams we will be able to
take care of all business given us
promptly. Phone 86—Emond
Logan. Advt.
LADIES—When you are ready
for your Full and Winter Hats,
call on Mrs. Shankle she will
suit you in styles and prices.
Advt
Now is the time of year to re
member the paper man. He has
been patient all the year now
don’t make him wait any longer.
He needs it.
Another card from our old
friend, W. B. Garret who has
been in Mart Texas for the past
few weeks states that he left
there the first of the week for
Westbrook Texas. He stated in
his card that Mart was a great
cotton market, having bought
over 8,000 up to this time.
Association. It believes that
the development of good roads
can best be brought about by the
National Government building
and maintaining a system of 50,
000 miles of National Highways
connecting all the States and
principal cities of the Union.
The association has published a
map showing the tentative locat
ion of a svstem of National High
ways that would directly serve
more than sixty per cent of the
population of the United States.
FOR SALE
1913 Model, Motor Cycles and
Motor Boats at bargain prices, all
makes, brand new machines,
easy monthly payment plan. Get
our proposition before buying or
you will regret it, alsobargins in
used Motor Cycles. Write us to
day. Enclose stamp for reply.
Address Lock Box 11 Trention,
Mich. lOt Advt
FIX ANY OLD THING
Bring your repair work to the
Red Right Shop. One block
west of new Depot.
Advt John Lancastor.
CONSTIPATION.
Its Cause and How to Cure It.
Eat too much,
Stomach feels bloated,
All out of sorts,
Don’t feel like work to-day. Guess
I’ve another case of biliousness.
“Take anything?”
“Yes; some pills, but no results; sup*
pose I’m getting ironclad. Sometimes I
double the dose, then they physic me so
hard I’m too weak to work. Think I’ll
have to try something new.”
“Ever try Prickly Ash Ritters?”
“No; I’ve heard a good deal about it,
but never tried it.”
“Well, you’ll be pleased with the re
sults.”
The purgative action of Prickly Ash
Bitters not only removes hard impac
tions, gas and impurities, but it strength*
eats the muscular action of the bowels
which causes them to move regularly.
Prickly Ash Ritters is a bowel tonic
and regulator in the truest sense. It
promotes daily evacuations, establishes
healthy movements and is the best
known remedy for disordered digestion,
flatulence and a constipated habit.
D. M. Blackwelder, of Litchfield, 111., says In
thc Lilchfitld News: “I am perfectly willing, in
fact glad to testify to the value of Prickly Ash
Bitters as a medicine for the kidneys, stomach
and bowels. I have used it whenever I needed
anything of the kind for the last fifteen years
and it has always given satisfaction."
Get the genuine with the figure
“3” in red oil front label.
Sold by druggists. Price $1.00.
RUB-MY-TISM
Will cure your Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramp9,
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
Burns, Old Sore9, Stings of Insects
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in
ternally and externally. Price 25c.
Mr. D. E. Lufkin, General
Secretary of Arkansas Sunday
School Association and Miss Al
len will meet the Sunday School
workers of Prescott and Nevada
Co. Sept. 24 at the Presbyterian
church for help and information
along Sunc^y School Lines.
We are Prepared to
Handle Your Business
/
We placed orders for our fall stock along in July, when the
crops were looking exceptionally fine. Consequently we have a
mighty big stock, and we realize that it is going to take low prices
to move the goods. By the last of next week, we will have received:
4 carloads of Wagons,
2 carloads of Buggies,
5 carloads of Furniture,
1 carload of Stoves.
On account of having three other stores to buy for, we have ob
tained lower prices than ever before, and we believe we are better
prepared to serve our customers.
Prescott f._ .,
PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS 1
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