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that adds CONVENIENCE AND SAFETY TO HOME OFFICE AUTO OUTDOOR SPORTS NIGHT TRAVEL The Flashlight 75c to $3.50 Brightens darkest Corners and prevents danger of fire. A style for every need. Refill Batteries and Bulbs for all sues. Guthrie Drug Store Let Us Print Yoiir Sale Bills -LET J. L. Taylor be your Tailor for 1921. New Spring Samples on Display NOW. AT J. E. Barham BODCAW. Health at Bodcaw is still good ami it seems that most every body is high ly pleased with it. Preaching Saturday night Sunday school and preaching Sunday Morn ing and preaching Sudday night, was largely attended. Lots of visitors were present. Come again everybody you are always welcome. The party given by Mrs. Elbert May. Friday night seemed to be enjoyed by all present and that was quite a num ber. Mr. and Mrs. H. <}. It<“eves of Holly Springs were visiting their children at this burg Friday night. Several of the Bodcaw people made business calls at Hope Saturday. I'nion and Bodcaw basket ball teams played an interesting game of basket ball on I’nion ground Saturday, in which the I’nion team was defeated IT to Ml. Hurrah! for Bodcaw. It seemed that mosi everybody had company Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. .1 W Teeter and little son .1. \V. jr. too . dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Will Mmiii Sunday evening. The Wilsonian Literary Society of P.odcHW High School will give a pro gram F ida,\ niglir.. .Ian. 28. Every body invited to conic and bring some one with you closed car any part of city 25 cents a trip one or four passengers. Prices reasonable on all country trips. Phdne 281. More Cold Weather before Spring ana These Take 'em Away” prices, should move the following: —UNDERWEAR, FOR WINTER— HiR mkn shirts . . I trawt rs _ MtK WOMEN Iniont_ Wst . 1‘lilitS _ (OK t.lKLS 1 lliotts __ FOR BOVS I'iiions- ....... shirts _ .!">*■ to ."►Or. 35c to 50c. 75c to $1.25 50c to 75c. 50c. to 75c. 50c. to 75c. 25c. to 35. In the garments listed above, we have no large assart ment of sizes, but the ones we have advertised, repre sent real savings, and don't think you ever bought this grade of garment for less price. W. B. WALLER Agent* for Pink Tea Flour — The Best. Carhartt Overalls Bostonian Shoes M l>i 1 FQRP ANP CHEVROLET SPECIALIST I use only Genuine Ford Parts Radiator Repairing Phone XII L L HORNBECK In the Picayune Block ' REIHETTE fWMWTT GAME 18 POSTPONED The scheduled same between the Henderson-Brown girls and Prescott high school has been postponed. Due to had weather the Prescott girls were unable to get any practice this week as they use an outdoor court. For this reason they asked that the game be postponed. On Monday night the Reddittes meet tin girls from Hendrix college here. The Hendrix girls are anxious to wipe out last year's defeats and a hard bat t'e is expected. The Henderson-Brown girls are out again for the state basketball chani ponship with mighty good prospects of copping it They went undefeated through last season and showed some real class. Besides winning from sev ( ral of the fastest high school teams tiit girls decisively defeated the Hen drix girls. Misses Hamiter and Guest, the luteer n new girl from Valiant, Oklahoma, are strong at forwards. The center is Miss Molly Bamberg, and the side-centers are Miss Ruth Burd and Miss Gladys Hocking. The guads ae Miss Amy Mooe and Miss Kthel Saundess.—Siftings Hesald. DISTRICT MEETING Program of the District meeting to lie held with New Home Baptist church Saturday before the fiftli Sunday in January 1921. Introductory sermon—Rev. W. A. Forbes, Rev. C. P. Walters alternate. Explanation of the two kingdoms spoken °f Matt. 8:11, 12—Elder J. W. Wingfield. W. H Hannah. When does a person receive the Holy Ghost—O. S. Jones, Lawrence Britt. What are the signs of the second com ing of Christ—Lee Dowdle. H H. Hus key. When do we receive our reward, in this world or in the world to come, and l what is the reward—E. Delaughter. Perry Dye. - Can a church do its duty and not partake of the Lord's Supper—W. S. Rowe, W. R. Barham. D. C Barnes. D. D. Stuart. J. W\ Wingfield, Committee. GOOD ROAI»S. How many ways and means have been discussed as to the manner and lime in which to construct good roads? How many dollars have been wast ed on the public highways by incompe tent men in charge of the work-? How many years have rolled by in the discussion of the road question— with scarcely any permanent improve ment yet, to show for all the wasted years of controversy? One has only to ride from here to Blevins to appreciate the pleasure and the profit of good roads: surely some plan should he agreed upon by which a desiring public may enjoy the lienefits of modern highways: if our plan is not in accord with your plan, then we will accept yours—actuated only by one thought and one motive—that of securing such public improvements as will redound to the honor and glory ot Prescott and Nevada county. -o RANDOLPH COPNTT SENATOR AMBISHED Walnut Uidgc. Jan. L’4.— State Sen ator \V. A. Jackson of Randolph coun ty was fired upon Saturday night while driving from Hoxie to Pocahon tas. his home. The senator was with in one mile of his home when several shots were fired from a thicket along the road. Several bullets struck the car, hut neither the senator nor his companion, a man named Presley, was injured.—Arkansas Gazette. -o Mr. I K Dillard of Uosston, father • it t'minty Clerk Algia Dillard, is spend mg today in Prescott, the guest of his son. QUARTERLY CONFER ENCE TONIGHT Rev.#Cummings will hold Quarterly Conference at the Methodist ebureb tonight. All official members are es pecially urged to attend, and a cordial invitation is extended to everybody t° come. -o BUSINESS CHANGES HANDS. W. F. Denman who has the Ford agency In this city, today bought out the Smith Motor Car Co., taking over all parts—service department and lease on building. The Dodge agency will remain in the hands of Mr. Smith. Mr. Denman will give his personal attention to his additional business • and hopes to share the patronage de j served by him , Miss Lula, the accomplished daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion A. IJart. of Rosston route ‘J. is spending a few days in Prescott with friends. v • * * * Col. .1. R. R. Moore, Sr., returned to his home in Camden on No. 3‘J this morning, after a delightful visit with his son. ,1. R. H. Moore. ,lr., of this city. Hamby hihI Hamby left on No. •'» this morning for Hope, where they will rep resent William Woods in a preliminary hearing for the slaying of Tom Nolan. * • • • Mr. Tom Howland, special agent of the Hartford Fire Insurance company, is spending the day in our city in the interest of his long established com pany. • • • • B. T. Word, merchant and farmer aO Arcadia, is in the city today. • • • • John .Butler and Davis White, of Parker township, are here today on business. » • • • Prof. I). B. Westmoreland, who is teaching at Mt. Moriah, is in town to day. • • • • Mr. S. O. Lewis of Hope, is visiting his daughter, Mrs W. C. Turner, of this city. • • • • 11. < >. Davis, the popular salesman for tin- 4-tates Grocery company, of Texarkana was here yesterday. Mrs. Katie Mobley of Lehigh. Okla. is here attending the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Hewitt, who is very sjek. • • • • Judge T F. Hughes, that fine old Arkansawyer. who movetV front here to Emmet, last year, is numbered among the prominent and welcome visitors to Okolona this week. Okolona Messen ger, ,1. W. Ashby of Hope, is here today and will drive out to inspect the well going down at Sutton. Mr. Ashby is an expert in his line, that of tool dresser, and is employed by a company having great faith in the early devel opment of our Nevada county fields. • • • • The Picayune of Prescott, is now issuing a daily, and Hon. <\ B. An drew's, owner and publisher, has se cured Mr. Orto Finley, of this city, as reporter and editorial writer. Mr Andrews is a splendid business man and thoroughly understands the news paper game and Mr. Finley is one of the Is-sf writers in the state, therefore the success of the Hail.v Picayune is assured Walnut Kidge Times Ids patch. * • • • • Mrs. Koxie Moore and niece. Mrs Mattie Pope, went down to Hope on No ,*i today, where they will be joined by Mrs. Moore’s daughter. Mrs. Johnnie Andres, who will accompany them tc Magnolia to attend the funeral of Mrs Moore’s brother. James ltaniels, whose death occurred yesterday. • • • • Head our Classified ad column. A Few Specials Dress Ginghams_15c to 25c Dress Percales_15c to 25c Best Suitings_15c to 20c Cotton Checks _15c Outings_15c Other Goods in Proportion Farmers Supply COMPANY V Let Us Detain You just a moment, ^ oung Man, while we show you our new line of READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHES YOU cannot afford to look shabby when the SPLENDID VALUES we are offering are so easily withn your reach. Our line includes all the NEW WEAVES so much in vogue this Reason. NEW YORK STORE JAKE SUCKLE, Prop. IRISH POPLIN AND HYTONE FABRIC POUND PAPER In White, Pink and Blue Colors ENVELOPES TO MATCH Suitable for the Most Particular. PRICE 60C BUCHANAN DRUG STORE West Front Street. « We Piy the Postage. Phone 67. PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS. Tax Collector NOTICE Beginning Monday February 7th, 1921, 1 will meet the property owners of Nevada County at the various places be low noted, for the i urpose of collecting taxes for the year 1920. You are warned to bring your last tax receipt in order to i save time and trouble for yourself and collector. Lackland Springs,__Monday, February 7, p. m. W. R. Deweody’s-Tuesday, February 8, a. na Bluff City...Tuesday, February 8, p. na Bluff City,-Wednesday, February 9 until 4 p. na 1 iheo,-Thursday, February 10, a. na Hatley's Store-Thursday, February 10 p. id* Blakely’s Store-Friday, February 11 a. na Glenville,-Friday, February 11, P* na Glenville,-Saturday, February 12 a. na Davidson-Monday, February 14, p. na Stockton,-Tuesday, February 15, a. na Delta-.t-Tuesday, February 15, p. na W illisville, -Wednesday, February 16, a .na Irma-Thursday, February 17 a. pa Rosston,-Thursday, February 17 p. ®* Mt. Moriah,-Friday, February 18, a. na ( ale,-Friday, February 18, p- na Morris,-Saturday,- February 19 a. na I Pinchers Store-Monday, February 21 until 3 p. ®. \\ lute s ( hapel-Tuesday, February 22, a. na Nichols School House-Tuesday, February 22 p. na Falcon,-Wednesday, February 23 Bodcaw,-Thursday, February 24 Bodcaw.^- Friday, February 25 Ul*ers Store-Saturday, February 26, a. Laneburg,-Monday, February 28, a. na .button-Monday, February 28*, p* ® I Tuesday,, March 1* Houghton-Wednesday, March 2. p. na j rescott,-Thursday, March 3 to April 10 Luke C. Steele SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR, NEVADA COUNTY.