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Copyright 1921 Hart Schaffner & Marx
What is a suit QOUNDS foolish. It isn’t Some men think that a suit means simply a coat, vest and pair of trousers; they buy that way; pay as little as posible and get it. But others know more and get more. A suit of clothes means months of service to them; style that keeps look ing well; careful tailoring They find those things in Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes; they save money JOE BOSWELL THE CLOTHIER The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes ! 1921=DECEMBER =19211 rCiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmimiiiiiiMiiimmmmitri uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimii; ISMTWTF S I 1 1 2 31 ! 4 5 6 7 8 0 10| 111 12 13 14 15 16 17| } 18 19 2021 22 23 24| [25 26 27 28 29 30 3l| iiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiuic RAILROAD TIME TABLE NOK I'll HOI Ml 4 5 a. in. \ -_8:48 a. m. 15 p m. No S f»ht -------5:13 p. in soi ni »m m> No. 35 local.11:30 ». m No 37 local.7:50 p. m. No 3 fa*i - -.10:48 p. m. \ Klv \\> \S \l U K l ilt; IKANNKK Arkansas proposes in rapture the banner whi'li will be awarded at the Miual meeting "I lbe National lain alional Association in Itoston next \ ir. lo the state enrolling the highest I ii outage ot active teachers in its a> social "ii. The enrollment in the state is already within a tew hundred of the total number <>f white teachers and by January I il is expected that ibis will be completed 100 per cent It will be an chievoinent that will plat' Arkansas high in the rank of .1 ales if we eau win this banner at in Itoston ('oincution in competition with the other t7 states of the 1'nion. o WOl I.DVI K\i II \M»K Willi Mil l.ION VIKK After live years of suffering with stomach trouble 1 think I know all ibout it lint thanks to May r's Won .ie ful remedy t am enjoying good health again 1 know of a millionaire who is very bail with stomeli trouble, but he won't take any patent medicine. In his present condition l wouldn't ex change with him." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the atarhal mucus from the intestinal tract ami allays the intlammation which causes practically all stomach, liver ami intestinal ailments, including appemlicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded, Hesterly Drug Store and druggists everywhere. —-o Subscribe for the Picayune. PRESCOTT BEATS HOPE 33 TO 0 Makes Third Successive Year Bobcats Have Been De feated on Thanksgiv ir.g Day. The Prescott High Selin::! ‘Aggies" dosed a hig season without a defeat when they defeated the Hope High School 33-0 on Thanksgiving Hay. There was nothing very spectacular about the game. Present! ditln't seem to half try and Hope played hard, but knew they were outclassed. The side lines were literally silent throughout the game because they did not doubt the outcome. P«ig Homer Graham was the same hard-hitting irresistible full back that six teams had to contend with previously. Phil Hums had the same old ribbon cane on his fingers. And so forth. Prescott has played a far better brand of football than show ed to Hope, but everybody is satisfied Mi what's the use to mention what they could have done? The game started at 3:30. Graham kicked to Hutler on his 30 yard line. On the first down. Hope fumbled and Met till recovered. Graham bucked the line for first downs. Jones was called back and made 12 around right end. Gee made first downs on a fake, and placed the ball on the 1 yard line. Graham carried it over. Johnson fail ed to kick goal. The first touchdown was made in three minutes. Graham kicked to Hope's 2.1 yard line. Warren made 10 yards for first downs. Hope couldn't gain and punted 20 yards to Graham. Hums caught a 2.1 yard pass from Gee. Graham made 1 through the line and a 20 yard jiass t<> Hums jnit the hall on Hope's 13 yard line Prescott lost 3 yards on a crisscross, i >n the fourth down a jiass failed. ■Warren and Hart plugged the line for first downs. Itowden and Warren made first downs. Quarter uji. Hope's hall I on their 30 yard line. Hope failed to l gain and punted '_’<> yards to Hart. Wither side could gain and a scries of punts followed. Peachey returned llojie’s joint 30 yards. Prescott was I penalized 13 yards for holding. Hums | made a leaping catch for a 33 yard jiass. (lee went around right end for a touchdown. Johnson kicked goal. 13-0. Oraliam kicked to Hope's ‘_’0 yard line. Roy Peachey for Parker: Sage for Oee: White for Ray Peachey. Hope hacked the line for first downs I They did it again. Warren made 3 around left end. Hart punted 23 to (Johnson. Half uj». Prescott’s hall on ; their 3 yard line. Second Half Thonijison kicked 10 to Oraliam. Oraliam returned 23 yards Oee and Oraliam hacked the line for 1 and Oee went through for d yards. Prescott was penalized 13 yards for hurdling. A jiass failed. Hums caught one for 2t> yards Pass failed. Oraliam gained li around r!ght end. Pa*-s failed. Oraliam hit the line twice for first downs Oee and Oraliam made 3 each for first downs and jmt the hull on tin* 2 yard line. Oraliam went through for a touchdown. Johnson failed to kick goal. 1!> O Oraliam kicked 30 to Thompson. < >n a spread formation Hope made 2>> yards on a jams. tin a fake jilay Hop. fumhled anil I ai'Keil rri uvcii'U i ivmiiii him 11 yards mi two play-. llnwdi'U in tereepted a pass <>n liis in yard line Hope failed In complete two passes liraliain intercepted a pass and ear lied it to Hope's 21 yard line (iee ran 12 yards around right end. Pres cott was penalized 1 yards for offside Prescott fumbled and recovered. Gin hum drove through 10 yards to the 1 yard line Graham tore off tackle for a touchdown. Sage kiekisl goal. | UI5-0 Sage kicked to Hope's .">0 yard line. Gee intercepted a Hope pass on his of! yard line. Hums caught a 1 I\ard pass and pushed on live more. <*n a punt formation .lohnson drove -jo | yards through the I tie and placed the hall on Hope's 1 yard line. Graham I carried it over Sage kicked goal. 11 o Sage kicked to Hope’s 10 yard line, t hi I a free fumble Hope recovered. Gra j ham picked up a fumbled punt, fell down, got uii and gained 12 yards. \ pass failed. Hums caught a In yard pass from Sage. .Jones made 0 around left end and fumbled. Hope recovered. Hope fumbled and recovered, hut lost 10 yards. Hope punted Hart fumbled and Hope recovered. The game ended. Line-up. Prescott Position Hope .Tones Left cud Spraggins Scott Left tackle Butler Caruthcrs Left guard Ilobinson Hart Center Bridewell McGill Right guard .Jordan Barker Right tackle C. Jones Burns Right end I>. Jones <C> Johnson ((’i fjuarterback Thompson Left half Hart Peachey Right half Bowden (I rah a in Fullback N\ a rren Summary Scoring touchdowns. Prescott, era bum 4: Gee. 1. Goal after touchdown. Johnson 1 : Sage 2. Substitutions. Prescott. Roy Peachey for Parker Parker for Roy Peachey: Sage for (jee: Gee for Sage: White for Ray Peachey; Ray Peachey for White ; Sage for Ray Peachey. Hope, none. officials, referee, Clark State Nor mal. Cmpire, Huskey. IV H. S. Head linesman. Teeter. Hendrix. lime ot periods. 1."»:12. Seson’s Summary Present t 21 II 15. seconds 7 Prescott 4s Bauxite 0 Prescott Id Camden 0 Prescott 2N F.ngland 0 Prescott 20 Nashville d Prescott 7 Arkadelphia 7 Prescott Hope dj Total 23d Total 14 666 is a prescription for Colds, Fever and LaGrippe. It s the most speedy remedy we know. Teacher—Which letter is the next one to the letter "H"? Boy—1 )unno. Teacher—What have 1 on both sides of my nose? Boy—Freckles.—Kind \\ ords. < me morning Jorkins looked over his garden fence and said to h s neigh bor: "What are you burying in that hole?" ".Inst replanting some of my seeds, that's all." was the reply. "Seeds " exclaimed Jorkins angrily. "That's all right." said the other. •The seeds are inside.” Home Friend. Why Suffer? Cardui "Did Wonders for Me,” Declares This Lady. “I suffered for a long time with womanly weak ness," says Mrs. J. R Simpson, of 5ft Spruce St., Asheville, N. Z. 411 finally got to the place < where it was an effort for j me to go. ! would have | bearing-down pains ir mj side and back — es pecially severe across my back, and down in my side there was a gieat J deal of soreness. I w<u> nervous and easily tip set. TAKE I The Woman’s Tonic I “I heard of Cardui and g I decided to use it,” con- r ► tinues Mrs. Simpson. ”1 ^ 4 saw shortly U was bene- k ■ filing me, so 1 kept it up ® | and it did wonders for I I me. And since then 1 | (have been glad to praise M Cardui. It is the best Y k woman’s tonic made/’ ^ Weak women need a k tonic. Thousands and E thousands, like Mrs. ■ Simpson, have found I I Cardui of benefit torthem. »« Try Cardui tor your trou- w ► ble. \ All j DRUGGISTS I YOUR TEETH| - , Tootiiache By Rea Proctor McGee, I). I), s., M. I >., Editor “Oral Hygiene.” 11 is true that those who have the greater dread of having iheir teeth worked 111*011 art' the ones who are the greatest sufferers from toothache. The Primative laws of man were ,*ll based upon “Taboo" or as we call it, "luck." The things that people did that al ways resulted in pain or trouble were forbidden or tabooed. At first, every violation of the taboo brought its own punishment. For instance, if the tribe lived in a cave and at one dark spot a rock protruded so that a man would bump his bead if he walked there, the medicine man declared that path tabooed and all who broke the taboo bumped their heads and suffered. When laws became more complicated the natural penalty did not always work, and so penalties had to be pro vided to make the taboo good. We work under this system nwo in most of our laws, but the teeth still carry their own penalties. If you neglect your tteth you will surely get the penalty without a judge or a jury. A tooth aches for two general rea sons: first, if the pulp is expostal it becomes inflamed and causes intense sharp pain from the actual irritation of the nerve. In this kind of toothache the pain is entirely from within the toot h. When the pulp is dead there can he in* pain within the tooth: the pain i> all ilue io the infection and gas pressure in the bone surrounding the end of the tooth. It is this kind of an inflammation that is a danger to your general health. It means that you have a point or focus where poison may enter the blood stream. ( OMI'LETINH THE CITIZEN ENROLLMENT An effort is to be made to complete enrollment in the Citizens Section of the Arkansas Educational Association by January 1, and a special appeal is being made to the chairmen and inter ested membership. Mr. Harrison es timates that one third of the citizen members have been enrolled by teach ers. chiefly by the county superinten dents. and In* proposes to secure recog nition of their service at the annual meeting of the National Educational Asocial ion in Hofon next year. Hugh Magill. field ecretary of the N. F. A. will publih in “The Journal of the N F. A." a tory of the enrollment of Jo ooo Arkanas citizens in the move ment to lift the state from its forty - sixth place in rank in public education. There are now ll.ooo citizens paid up and l.ooo more already pledged. An appeal i-^ being made for o.ooo more by January 1. and the minimum ipiota unsigned to superintendents and prin ciples is the number of teachers under the;r supervision. -<, \LI. OF I S FEEL THE SAME WAV Tlie following appeared on tin* back of a business card and was banded to us for reproduct ion : "I have been held up, held down, sand bagged, walked on, flattened out and squeezed First by the govern ment for Federal war taxes and excess t'folits. merchants license. Liberty I-onus. Thrift Stamps, Capital Stock tax. Merchant I'.oiid, Auto Tax and by every society and organization that tlm mind of man can invent to extract "lit I may not possess. Front the ' iety of St. John the Rapt 1st to <!. A R. The Women Relief. The Navy I 1 igue. The Red Cross. The Double 1 '''os'- The Children's Home. The Y. W C. A The Roy's Scout, The Jewish Relief and every hospital and church mi town. The government hits so governed my business that I don’t know who owns it. I am inspected, suspected, examined, reexamined, informed and misinformed, rejuired and command ed so I don’t know who I am, where I am or why I am. All I know Is that I it in supposed to he an inexhaustablo suppley of money for every known need, desire or hope of the human race and because I will not sell till 1 have and go out and beg, borrow or steal money to give away, l am talked to, talked about, lied to, lied about, held up, robbed and nearly ruined. The only reason I am clinging on to life is the insane desire to see what in hell is coming next.