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p LOCALS j Rev. B. A. Few spent Sunday in Arkadelphia. Mrs. W. W. White spent Sun day in Texarkana. Ed Beaty of Emmet was in the city last Saturday. Miss Florence Daniel spent Sunday in Aikadelphia. Miss Florence Elkins visited friends in Gurdon Sunday. M. W. Greeson left Tuesday for a business trip in Texas. •This office will take your sub scription to the Commoner. Want to buy - Eggs, butter and chickens. Cash on delivery. A,ivt J- W. Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Andrews spent Monday in Little Rock. Ed Hood of Emmet was a plea sant visitor at this office Satur day. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS. LONGTIME. EASY TERMS. LOW RATES. SECURITY SAVINGS & TRUST CO For-Fire, Lightning and Tor nado Insurance, seeF. E. Murrah at Bank cf Prescott. Advt To the ladies of Prescott, and community. If you need a Spi rella Corset call No. 149. Capt. Ed Miller one of our good old friends of Mt. Moriah was a pleasant caller last week. If vou want the great Demo cratic paper of the country, sub scribe for IBryan’s Commoner. Mesdames Rice, Sam 0. Logan Sykes and Hatley attend the A. F. W. C. at Arkadelphia last week. Money to Loan—On improved farms. Liberal terms. 3-7- m R. L. Blakely, Agent. Mr. A. M. Stout, was here several days last week passing on farm 1 o a i s applications for Roberts Land & Loan Co. Advt J, M. Curtis of Cab was it. town Wednesday and rern-mb »r ed the Picayune man. Wo want more subscribers like him. W. L. Gentry of McCaskiii was in tee city last Sunday on hi? way home from Little Rock where he had been on business. 1 am agent for the Spirella Corset and will be pleased to call and take your measure. Fit guar anteed.—Mrs. C. B. Andrews. We are paying on sick and Ac cident indemnities promptly on 5 and 10 dollar policies. Let us explain. Roberts Land and Loan Co. Advt I will buy your eggs, butter and chickens and pay market price for same delivered to my market, Advt J. W. Hunt. List your land with us and we will sell it for you. If you want to buy a farm see us.— Moore Realty Co , successor to C. L. Green. Advt Remember tHat Dr. C. W. Title of Hope, the Veterinarian will , be here on the 21 and 22 or this month. Bring your sick stock to him at Jim Caruthers Livery Barn. Our old time friend J. J. Gour lev of Cale Route and a mighty good farmer, with his three noble boys called at the Picayune office and pushed his name ahead on the list. Dr. C. W. Tittle of Hope will be in the city November 21 and 22. If you have any stock that needs his professional services you can find him at J. M. Caru thers Livery Barn. Born—On last Saturday morn ing to Mr. and Mrs. JeffJHines a girl. The mother and babe are doing nicely but Grandpa White is stiliin a serious condition. We trust that he will get over it soon. Roberts Land & Loan Co. sold the Tom Purtle farm of 310 acres near Laneburg to Win S, Ross of Medina Texas Mr. Ross expects to open up a hig ranch and will ship a car of 0. I. C. Whites in nere by Dec. 1st. Advt For the serious diseases that attack the kidneys, Prickly Ash Bitters is an unfailing remedy. Relieves backache, swelling of the feet and persistent headache—symptoms which indicate kidney trouble. Advt Rev. J. 1. Ayess, who preached at the Prescott Baptist “Church Sunday Oct. 20, will be with us again next Sunday and preach at 11am and 7:30 p m. Those who heard him the other time were well pleased and will be glad of the opportunity to hear him again. AT COST My entire stock of trimmed hats are now on sale at cost. Mrs. T. G. Moody. Advt 6REAT RICE CROP WILL BE HAHVESTED THIS YEAR Yeild of State will be about 4.000. 000 bushels, half million bushels short by rainy weather. Arkansas will produce about 4.000. 000 bushels of rice, accord ing to E. B. Roy, of the Carlisle Mill Rice Co of, Arkansas, one of the biggest rice firms in the state. He says that the yield will fall about a half million bushels short of what was ex pected. According to the figures, the yield this fall will be about 400, 000 bushels greater than that of last year which was 5,600,000 bushels. BACKACHE Is an indication of kidney trouble. It means niu< h t<> tin victim because the deadly Bright's Disease Iwgtns ttt j t such symptoms. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS * Is a successful remedy for diseased kidneys. It strengthens the suffering kidneys, helps them to perform their duties properly and by cleansing an 1 regulating the bowels it drives out unhealthy con ditions; restores strength and vigorous health. i ' W Get the Genuine with the Figure "j" In Red on Front laihel. M J Sold by Druggists. Price $ 1.00 per bottle. a The crop would have been at least a half million bushels great, er according to Mr. Roy had it not been for the (rainy weather. This not only caused a loss of about 500,000 bushels in the yield but caused about twenty five per cent of the crop to be damaged to a certain extent. About ten per cent of the crop has been gathered according to Mr. Roy. This time last yer fifty per cent of the crop been gather, ed. The bad weather has caused the delay in gathering the crop. From all indications all the crop will be gathered by the first of the year. Of course in case the weather is bad the gather ing will be delayed further and more of the rice in the field will be damaged. I noticed several years ago that I had smut in my oats which increased annualy. Last fall, be fore sowing, I got a large -tuli, and made a strong solution of bluestone water, using about one TRADE NIANHR ^■■VC Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone tending a sketch end detcrlptlon tney quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an intention is probably patentnhle. ( onitnunloa tIons »trictly confidentlal. HANDBOOK on PateuU sent free, oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive ipecial notice, without charge, la tbs Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest dr. culatton of any scientific Journal. Terms. 93 • year; four months, 91. Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co.3,","«"’- New tort Branch Office. t525 F 8U Washington, D. C. . - ... - —! pound to 15 bushels of oats, ar.d as soon as I got them thoroughly wet I took them out and sowed them by hand, and made a fine crop free from smut weighing 38 pounds to the bushel. One of my neighbors oats were in the same condition. Iad\ised him to treat his before sowing, but he got in a hurry and sowed them and the result was that almost one-fourth was smut.— Progressive Farmer. Your Three Meals D pend Upon The Cooking Stove! And you should be very particular in selecting this most important part of your house-furnishings. When the man of the house wants a horse or a mule he is not satisfied until he finds the very animal that suits him, but is usually willing to let the wo man of the house make out on just any kind of a stove. That’s hardly fair and its just thoughtlessness on the part of the man. For if he would take time to make comparisons he’d find there is very little difference in price between a handsome, wen finished, perfect bak ing stove and one that is “just a stove”, and in the end he’d fir d the good stove the cheaper. Its just a question of judgment and get ting on the . ight track in starting out to buy a stove. You cannot lose if you come to Prescott Hardware Co., and buy DARLING We were hard to when we decided to change our line of stoves. We knew what stoves were, what we wanted, and we are now nroud of our judgment in selecting the Darling Line. We have several carloads and have guaranteed every one c f them and vou can’t, find a second hand Darling stove in our house that we’ve had to take back because it cracked from the fire or wouldn’t bake properly. And we have cautioned our customers to bring them back if they are not right We want to impress upon you A SATISFACTORY STOVE OR YOUR MONEY BACK And we will take back a stove or anything else in just as good a humor as we sell it. DARLING STOVES ARE PRICED FROM $6.00 TO $40.00. ykdJJ*' T *' ' *-'■*' 4 *C - ' * ** J’ ’• .-4 ^ PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS 3HT .. .