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* k Let us sell you that FALL BILL of DRY GOODS Our stock is complete in every line. You will find the things you need here. The prices are right and your business will be ap preciated. Ozan Mercantile Company. Prescott, - Arkansas We recommend and guarantee Elkay’s Veterinary Remedies Elkay’s Colic Remedy_50c Elkay’s Gall Remedy....25c Elkay’s Worm Powder_ 50c Elkay’s Sprain Liniment....50c Elkay’s Wire Cut Liniment_50c Elkay’s Mange Lotion..50c GUTHRIE DRUG STORE THE REXALL STORE Phone 76. Free Delivery WE PAY POSTAGE I Represent The ■i. .. ■■■■.. n. ... factories Direct Have no traveling man on the road. I can save you big money on high grade Pianos, Organs, Sewing Machines and other goods, if you come to my store for the goods. A. MONSON Prescott, Ark. SEVERE RHEUMATISM. Grove Hill, Ala, Hunt's Li^htnin^ Oil cured my wife of a severe case of rheumatism and my friend of toothache I surely believe it is pood for aM you • claim for it.—A. R. Stringer. 25c and 50c a Lottie. All dea ers. RINGLING CIRCUS AT TEXARKANA Great Spectacle of “Joan of Arc’» Added to Their Show Ringling Brother’s Circus and the newely added spectacle of “Joan of ;Arc”, will exhibit in Texarkana on October 6th. The j spctacle in itself is an attraction that should bring thousands of visitors from the surrounding country. It is beyond question the greatest production of its kind ever seen in America. The world’s most skillful science artists, costumers, property makers, chorus directors and stage managers were engaged to mount the production. A stage bigger than a hundred ordinary theatres was built and made portable so that it can be convey ed from town to town and erect '*r t’H ■ .*■ •* " t ",ft * * « * 0-if ►* ;• ,i, ed each morning in the main tent Thus the circus pioprieters have make it possible for those who live in contributory towns as well as in the large cities to see this magnificent worldless play with its cast of 1,200 characters, a ballet of 300 dancing girls, a grand opera chorus of 400 voices, 600 horses and a train "load of special scenery, costumes, pro perties and mechanical devices for producing such stafie effects as thunder, lightning, storms, fires, and the sound of battle. The regular circus program is more than ever attractive. Its company of 375 foreign artists, its double managerie and its new street parade will prove a great surprise to those who attend from this city. Advt. - --- Irregular bowels movements breed disease in the body. You should purify and regulate the bowels by using Prickly Ash Bitters. It is mildly cath artic and strengthens the stomach, liver and kidneys. NOTICE Notice to members of M. W. A 13707 pay your assment at Citizen Bank on or before the last day of each month. W. A. Capelle, Clerk. UNIFORM COTTON BALES REQUIRED BY GOVERNMENT The department of Agricultnre is warning planters that they should see to it that they will be penalized if they put up 'their colton in bales larger than 27x54 inches, and to ayoid this they must insist on ginners reducing their boxes to this size. This to$l(? done at a cost of from $5 This situation arises from the i fact that on March 4, 1913, tra ffic repraser.ta'.ivrs of the South Atlantic andoulf Steamship con ference agreed that on and after September 1, 1913. ‘ any bale from gin boxes of greater length or width than 27x54 inches shall pay an extra freight of $1 per bale. Many dinners at once changed their gin boxes to meet the ship ping requirements of the steam ship companies, but other small er ginners either did not receive notice of the change, or else neg lected to change their boxes. The result was that cotton pro ducers who had their cotton gin ned in gins that have boxes over the required size, and have ship ped this cotton, have been penal ized by the extra freight of $1 per b.de. The reason for the adoption of this rule by the steamship com When in the City ' Call at the WEST SIDE BARRER SHOP Where you will receive courteous treatment and your patoronage will be appreciated. : : CRAGAN & CUMMINGS Proprietors, I OS West Main Street panies and other traffic represent atives is that it is more difficult to pack and handle bales of ir regular size in cars or steamship holds. J. SUCKLE The STORE OF QUALITY That section of the J. Suckle Store established tor the purpose of weeding out the undesirable cheap clothing made for men, and of offering only good all-wool clothing at lowest possible prices to MEN These are harvest dayys in this new store for men. For exampl® 150 suits $15 grade 100 suits $18 grade 75 suits $20 grade Choice at $8.75 — $9.50 — $11.50 The savings in these suits at these prices are presented to the men whose confidence in us and large buying from^ have made them possible. You won't find anywhere such good suits at suchjow prices. No need to look. — r* You won’t find anywhere at these prices so total an a sence of cotton-mixed, carelessly made, carefully ironea suits. You will find All-wool cloth in good colors, good cut and work manship, a lot of hand-tailoring, three-piece suits for Fall, two-piece suits for now and 1914. Of course, if you put off your coming you must not blam® U8J[ your color and size are not here, lhey will be here in the morning.