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Upper Ten Flour
We have just received another car of Upper Ten Flour — bought before the ad vance, and we will give our customers the benefit of our purchase for a short time. We will sell:— Upper Ten 48 lb sacks_$1.75 Upper Ten 24 lb sacks_90c This is less than the present carload cost, and it will pay you to lay in your winter supply. RED RUST PROOF SEED OATS We will have a car of Seed Oats in the last of the week, and will sell at 80 cents per bushel by the sack. OZAN MERCANTILE CO. Prescott, Ark. A COMMERCIAL DEPART MENT IN OUR HIGH SCHOOL Af'or several jours of untiring ' (Tort | on the part of Supt. H;rst and other interested supporters of the schools, a commercial department has been es tablished In our local high school. Bookkeeping, shorthand, typewriting, penmanship and other subjects usually taught in business schools will be taught. This department is proving very popular with the high school stu | dents and a large number have en rolled in the various courses. Quite a number of students are taking the course who are not high school stu dents An enrollment of forty hns been reached. Through the efforts of the School Improvement Association and with the co-operation of the business men of the town, typewriters have been se cured for the use of those who desire to take typewriting. Eight typewrit ng machines have been installed and others will be bought, ns needed. establishment of the commercial department meets a long felt need in our school and we are sure that it will be a permanent part of the high school work. f < V Calhoun who has had many years experience as a teacher and who has had a wide experience in the busmen*; world litis charge of the coin uiercial department. Subscribers are asked to note the date stamped on the paper opposite their uume, and send or bring their subscription to our office. While you are settliug up yearly accounts, don't forget the Picayune has been coming regularly every week, and'we need the money about as bud as anyone we know of. -o FOH SALE—Pair mules, harness and logging outfit, combination wagon; also buggy. W. L. Knowles. Route G. Telephono 825-A. 12w2 $1.00- WILL CHAIN IT — $1.00 i Carrying a watch like riding a horse When chains cost can afford one. We have a new prices $1 to $8.50. ferent designs to here for your wants 1 without a chain is f “bareback, f so little, everyone I shipment just in, We have fifty de select from. Come in jewelry. PRESCOTT HIGH WINS ANOTHER McGill’s “Curley Wolves’* De feated the EIDorado High School Eleven Last Friday, 6 to 0. The largest crowd that has yet wit nessed a football game in Prescott saw the FI Dorado eleven go down in de feat before Coach Mcdll's Curly Wolves last Friday, after a very hril liant, hard-fought game, in which Sage of the local team made the only touch down. The visitors fought hard, from the kickoff to the final whistle in a futile effort to keep the home hoys from crossing their goal It was plainly evident who would win, from the very start. Tin Pres cott team outwe’ghed the visitors, and n addition, played a much ladter brand of football, although it must be said to the credit of El Dorado, they played clean, honest-to-goodness foot ball from start to finish, and accepted their defeat at the hands of a stronger team as sportsmen. Hill, the captain and quarterback of the visitors, and Chipman, were easily the stars for FI Dorado. Both played clean, fast football throughout, often getting through tiie PrescoP line for long gains Hill also made some long punts, wlrcli. more than anything else. gained for the h's team. Graham and Sage ripped off s(»ine long gains for Preseott. Both went through and around the El Dorado line almost at will. Graham as usual played a hard game, driving his team mates to the utmost of their physical endurance. Sage is proving a valuable ground gainer, his runs ranging from :i to SO yards. El Dorado won the toss, and chose to kick oil'. Burns received tin* bull, and returned it 10 yards. Williams pulled two line plunges which netted 1." yards and a first down. Williams made .'5 yards on line plunge. Graham made 2 yards. Prescott fumbled, El Dorado recovered. Murphy 11 yards on line plunge. One yard on end run. Hill made a 40 yard pum which Pres cott fumbled and El Dorado recovered. Three line plunges netted a flrsr down. A fumble which Hill recovered lost 2 yards, then Hill lost 1 yard on a try around left end. Then a 10 yard punt to Graham on which he did not gain and Prescott had the ball. Williams made .*» yards on l;ne plunge. Graham gained 6. Sage gained 7 and a first down. 11. Brown relieved Selph. Sage til lieu to gum on euu run. i.ru lmni hit tin* line twice for gain* net ting it yards. Sage made a .‘to yard punt. Kl Dorado punted twenty-five yards to Sage who returned the hall 10 yards. Williams and Graham each gained 2 yards on line plunges. Gra hain tried a pass which Murphy in fereepted. Chipman gu ns 2 yards on end run. Mill gti’iis l.r> yards on end run. A line plunge failed. El Dorado penalized 15 yards. Mill punted .*?0 yards to Sage, who returned 15 yards. Williams made ft yards on plunge. Graham made .‘5 and 5 yards on two plunges for a tirst down. End of lirst quarter. Williams opened the seer•d quarter by gaining yards on buck. Sage gained 4 yards. Graham gained I yards for a first down. Williams gain ed 2 yards. Sage ga'ned. Snge gained on an end run. lmt Prescott was pen nl'sed o yards for being off s'de. Gru ham gained 2 yards. Preseott again penalized 5 yards for being off side. Snge punted, the hull rolled out of hounds and was put in play on the 20 yard line. Fernald bucked the line for 4 yards. Murphy gained one yard, rhipman gained 5 yards and a first down on end run. Mill tried an end run and was thrown hy Jones of Pres cott for a loss of 20 yards. Hill punt ed 25 yards and Preseott failed to re turn. Wiliams gained 2 yards, Gra ham on two plunges ga'ned 7 yards. Sage punted and El Dorado failed to return. Chipman gained 4 yards on plunge after Murphy failed. Hill punted, the punt was broken by Q. Johnson and covered by Griffith. Gra ham on a plunge gained n yards Gra z Do You Qtsh Checks Promptly? A canvass of the farmers in Nevada County and surround ing counties would undoubted ly show that there are fre quently, delays in the cashing of checks for as long as several weeks. Endorse your checks “for deposit only at the Bank of Prescott” and send them to us bv mail. Proper amount will be placed to your credit and de posits acknowledged promptly. We welcome the checking accounts of farmers and our bank-by-mail service is a con venience you will appreciate. BANK OF PRESCOTT Prescott, Arkansas i ham on an off tackle play gained 7 yards for a first down Williams gained 2 yards on a plunge. Sage, on a fake, broke through for a 15 yard run and a touchdown. He failed to kick gonl. Score 6-0. The remainder of the first half was spent in the mid dle of the field, the tmll frequently changing hands, neither team able to make any headway against the other. Prescott was in possession of the ball when the wbiBtle blew. The remaining two quarters of the game featured long runs by Sage and Graham. Both teams failed, however, to seriously menace the others goal. Sage trying once for a field gonl which failed. The game ended with the bull in Prescott’s possession, in the middle of the field. Line-Up. El Dorado Prescott Combs _Left End_ Jones G. Brown_Left Tackle_Scott Sewell_Left Guard_ Hubbard Woods_Center_Carruthers i Withrow __Right Gnard.. Q. Johnson Loomis . Right Tackle_ Griffith Selph_Right End-Huron Hill (c) Quarterback— C. Johnson | Murphy. Right Halfback. Graham (c) Jchipmun _Left Halfback-.Bags Fernaid ..Fullback_ Williams OfTIciala:—Carter, Referee; Kelley, l'rnpire; Bush. Head Linesman; Ham mond and Franks, Timekeepers. -o Nelson Grocery has insulted a new delivery truck, Mr. Nelson and L A. Tromater driving it from Little ItOCk Tuesday. Mr. Nelson’s business ban grown steadily until one delivery wagtfto did not meet the demands, hench fbm new truck. -o FOR RENT 120 acres, 100 in cultivation, 0 am orchard, 2 four room housea, one 9 room house, 2 large barns, good Wfttnr. 8 miles northwest of Prescott MV Iteanyville. Joe F. Garner, 1018 W9R 7th street, Texarkann, Texas. You live by eating THE BETTER YOU EAT, , THE BETTER YOU LIVE This store caters to people who want their money’s worth in both quantity and quality. We make good on both. When you want somethin# a little better i than the ordinary, and a little cheaper than the aver* age, we invite you to try our store. You will find our foodstuffs quite to your liking. This ad is for those who have not favored us with their patronage. Our customers know all about it. NELSON GROCERY Formerly Cooke 6l Ellis ROY NELSON, Prop. Phone No. 374 Prescott, Ark.