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TEN SHUN!!! The Nevada Post of the American Legion will give a smoker on Tuesday, April 6th, at the Scott Hall, Prescott, Ark. Every ex service man, whether you belong to the American Legion or not, is earnestly request ed to be present. J. J. Harrison, State Chan - man, will speak. Music will be furnished by Prescott Brass Band. Plenty of eats and smokes for everybody. TELL ALL THE OTHER BUDDIES Tuesday, April 6tli, 7s30 Grist Mills, Feed Mills, Hay Presses, Threshers, Kerosene En gine*. Shingle Mills and Wood Working Machinery. Write for our catalogue. WILLIAMS MILL MFC. CO. OF ARKANSAS Texarkana, U. S. A. Effective Printing means good type, good presses, good workmen and good paper. We have the equipment and the workmen for you, and 1 use Hammermill grades of bond, safety and cover papers. Let us show you. . ..mi mi i ii hi i ii in ilium in iii* SAVE MONEY ON HIGH GRADE PAINTS VARNISHES, ETC. _We positively sell the very finest and Papen—in fact EVERYTHING needed in painting and decorating of EVERY kind—and, because of tremendous outlet, we are enabled to quote the very lovrest prices possible. ORDER BY MAIL —We maintain a prompt, efficient Mail Order Service for the benefit of our many out-of-town customers. Write us for information regarding any painting prob lems you may have, or for catalogs of our various pro ducts. Our immediate service and our low prices will instantly appeal to you. Pace & Flail Arkansas’ Largest Sellers of High Grade Decorating Supplies 216 Louisiana St. Little Rock, Ark. We Attract You with the Style and Beauty of our exclusive line of Ladies’ Ready-to-wear These we are showing in all the new and fav ored shades and styles. Remember we are headquarters for men’s clothing. Jacob Suckle PRESCOTT, ARK. EAST ELM STREET. "" I CLAKKNCH .1. TlItWKLL The above is ii trill' likeness of t'lar .1. Tidwell of Houghton Township, who is a eandidate for Tax Assessor of this county, lie is i'o years of age and has been compelled to walk on crutches tor he past fifteen years, lie is a farmer hoy and has no means of sup port except hard work on the farm. He plows with riding plows, not being able 111 walk behind any other kind. lie feels that he is amply qualified to till this place and says that he w ill certainly appreciate anything his friends will do for him. -o WIIITK’S CH.U'KL This is Sunday night. The weather is clear and cool. It has been '_'l years since I was in- school. The place I attended was in Hodcaw town: they have as line people over there as can be found. My hoarding place at that time was with Mr. .1. K. Muim. 1 wish to say that Leon Martin and I had some fun. Since that time some of our noblest boys went over after the Hun: many of them were killed, altlio the Hermans gave up their guns. I attended singing at Hodcaw last night. Hodcaw has a fine class, for 1 ! Women ! Cardui, the woman tonic, helped Mrs. Wil liam Eversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what she writes: “1 had a general breaking-down of my health. 1 was in bed for weeks, unable to get up. I had such a weakness and dizziness, .. . and the pains were very severe. A friend to; J me I had tried every thing else, why not Cardui ? . . . I did, and soon saw it was helping me . . . Alter 12 bottles, l am strong and well." ,1 TAKE The Woman’s Tonic Do you feel weak, diz zy, worn-out? Is your lack cf good health caused ’ from any of the com plaints so common to women? Then why not give Cardui a trial? It should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women who suffered—it should help you back to I health. < Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardui. She will tell you how it helped her. Try Cardui. All Druggists 1*1 Copyright Halt SrlialTuer & Marx Easter Clothes for Very Young Men You know lots of young fellows who are men in size and boys in years. They don’t want to go round in “knickers’’ when they’re almost six feet tall; but on the other hand they don’t want to put on a long trous ers suit that looks old enough in style for father. Hart Schaffner & Marx have met this problem in styles made particularly for just such wearers. “Prep’’ styles, they’re called; it’s just a name for them; they have the all-wool qual ity and fine tailoring these makers always offer; they’re styled right. Pick out your suit today, while picking is good. Joe Boswell, The Cothier Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes Phone 190 Prescott, Arkansas ------ which we itli .should be proud. If you would like to know liow to w;iIk ;i plunk across a stream of water and not fall into it. ask Misses Larue Morgan and Mattie Atkinson. If you would like to know who is as brave as Stonewall Jackson, it is I'erry Mr Cargo. Perry, those girls will never forget you. I wish to correct a mistake 1 made last week. Those good fellows bor rowed about 1". bushels of peas instead of 10. One half of them belonged to Lemolac. I wish they would bring them back. These fellows were traced for it bout 10 miles; since they were not caught, I suppose they are all smiles. Well, let's hope that every one wdl realize that it is right to make a living from the sweat of the brow. Poor old Alex knows how. As it is growing late 1 will close. Alex will see all the candidates who come to Itodenw this year, or at least that is what 1 suppose. Brother (leorge Ward will preach at White's Chapel next Sunday. We are looking for Brother Barham the third if all goes well with him. SI TTON S( H.\I*S The weather is tint*. Corn planting is tlu* order of the day. Mrs. .limit* May anil Msr. Lillie Mit elit*ll of Brisbane. were guests of rMs. Maggie Bennett one day last week. Clemnlie and Ivy Miteliell visited their brother Milhurn Saturtlay anti Sunday. Charlie Bennett. Lawrenee CSrant anti Willie Krwin made a business trip to 11ojm* Saturday. Last Wednesday two young men in a Ford ear drove up to Ed Fineher's house anti asked if they could get din ner. Mrs. Fincher told them she was siek. They left the ear and went down through tin* woods and have not been seen sinee. The ear had a Texas license tag. Crover Mitchell and 1. A. Fincher were in our burg last week. Grover while splitting stovewood cut his linger severely. Misses Mabel Turner, Sallie Norman and Allene Hailey, Sutton high school tenth spent Saturday night itiicl Sunday at tho homo of .1. J. Fott Mrs. .Mattio Gammagc spoilt u pufl; of last wook with tho family of ]h Frank Honea, who live above I’ntCtM Bro. George Ward tilloil liro. L*.‘Tf, Barham’s appointment at Uniou rliunj Sunday. Beaoham Fairohild of Mr. Morii^ was in our village Sunday. Ex-Judgo Hirst of t’alo, erected j monument at the late J. T. Cook grave in Harmony Monday. Say, Lemolae, everything is o. k. it Sutton; the goose hangs high. No, ai the good looking ladies are not married yet. hut I believe some of them wouB marry if they could get a good chaw*, 1 don't know whether an old ha chela would suit them, but come up uml stay all night with me: if I can be any be| to you. I will gladly do so. j FOB SALE—Good pair of maid work horses. Weigh 1H00 or 1400 Hi Well broke. Cash or good bankabli pai>er. l'hone 121. D. E. L. DanieL -- j Old papers for sale at this office. We Since an ounce of “Know How” is worth a Pound of Guess Dolly Dimple READY-MIXED FLOUR “The Heart of the Grain Plus the Art of the Brain.” 4 Furnishes the Positive “KNOW HOW” and eliminates all guess. “DOLLY DIMPLE” FLOUR is the finest soft wheat flour in the world—made in one of the most modern and best equipped mills in the entire world, by millers whose years of experience in grinding especially to sui£ Southern trade has built up a tremendous business which only REAL quality can build. “DOLLY DIMPLE” FLOUR in the Blue Doll Sack is a natural soft wheat flour, while in the Red Doll Sack, you get the self-same quality made self-rising—that is, ready-mixed, consequently “DOLLY DIMPLE” Ready-Mixed FLOUR is the world’s highest grade self-rising flour. Not being able to make the quality better, we have used the very best cambric sack, which makes either a LARGE DOLL FREE or can be used any other purpose you would use high quality cambric. YOUR GROCER HAS “DOLLY DIMPLE” FLOUR. Ready-mixed or plain—ask for it! ARKADELPHIA M1LLNG COMPANY “We Never Sleep.” ARKADELPHIA, ARKANSAS.