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SUPPLIES Everything your child will need is here: Books Tablets Pencils Crayolas Book Satchels Erasers Ink Note Books A complete stock of all books for the county schools MAKE PRESCOTT. ARKANSAS. 6% LOANS may be secured for any purpose on farm lands, irrigated lands, to buy or build homes, city or farm, under our first mortgage certificates. Bankers Reserve Deposit Company, Gas & Electric Bldg., Denver, Colora do. 8-24m3 -o The Picayune is delivered anywhere in the U. S. A. for $1.00 per year. WHEN CLEANED AND PRESSED your suit looks better, lasts longer, and gives you greater satisfaction. SOME PEOPLE always look as if they were wearing a new suit, but they are not. They patronize the cleaner and presser. Do you? ONE DAY SERVICE Suits Pressed While You Wait. STAR PRESSING SHOP Jesse Crowe, Prop. Phone 368. I ♦ West Front St. LOCALS | Chas. M. Alspaugh spent Sunday at Smackover. -o Mrs. W. S. .Tones is visiting friends in Arkadelphla. -o W T. Ilart spent Sunday in the city with his family. -o E. J. Watson was a visitor to the Stnte Fa!r last Friday. -o Roy Cummings attended the fair at Little Rock last week. Miss Lillian MeKelvey lias returned from a visit to Little Rook. Highest market prices paid for geese, ducks, hides, green or dry flints. White’s Produce House. It -o Lee Gentry of Smackover, spent Sunday with his family here. -o Mrs. W. N. Munn was a visitor to Little Rock one day last week. -o Mrs. B. 11. Logan visited friends in Hope a couple of days the past week. -o John Nutt of Hope transacted busi ness in Prescott last- Monday. -o FOR SALE CHEAP—2 good milk cows, young calves.—Nevada County Hardware. Co. 10-5w2 -o Rev. J. II. Cummins was a business visitor to Little Rock last Friday. -o Ike Seals of route 2, was a business visitor to Gurdon one day lust week. Mr. a ml Mrs. Dexter Bush were visitors to Little Rock last Thursday. -o FOR SALE or TRADE—Fine red land cotton and grain farm, near Pres cott. Nat Martin. 12w2 -o Mr. and Mrs. Wren Scott were visit ors to the fair at Little Rock last week. --o Vernon Fore and (5. W. Alspaugh motored to El Dorado Saturday, re turning Monday. -o FOR SALE—A full bred Red Jersey hoar; a full bred Red Jersey boar pig. Phone 2S7. It ——o Col. C. R. Thornton of the Old Soldiers Home, Little Rock, is visiting relatives in the city. -o Fred Guthrie, who is traveling out of Cleveland, Ohio, spent a few days with home folks last week. FOR RENT—Farm 51,- miles from Prescott, to two self-sustaining ten ants. For particulars write Thos. Garrett, Eldorado, Ark., Box 10S0. 12-5 -o Prescott High School's second foot hall team will play Blevins first team at the latter place next Saturday. -o Miss Dorothy Nutt, who is a student at Galloway College at Searcy, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nutt. We Recommend This Remedy HESTERLYS LITTLE LIVER PILLS The Pill That Will. For Biliousness, Constipation, Torpid Liver and all Liver Troubles. Price 25 cents per bottle Call and get a free trial sample. HESTERLY DRUG STORE Prescott, Arkansas Because We Know It Is The Best POCKETBOOKS , We have an extra fine selection of pocketbooks for men, some in flower designs. Prices range from 50c to $4.50 Come in and look them over, and note the many real bargains. BUCHANAN DRUG STORE Prescott, Ark. Phone 67 Mrs. T. II. Duke attended the Fair at Little ltoek last Saturday. -—o X. N. Daniel and family of Laneburg. were shopping in the city Saturday. -o Mrs. T. S. Grayson of Magnolia, is visiting relatives in fho eity this week. -o Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hirst attended the State Fair at Little ltoek last Sat urda.V. -o Mrs. W. N. Munn was a visitor to the State Fair at Little Rock one di\y last wc+k. -o I am still selling pianos and all who are due me will please call and pay. A. Monson. 10-12m2 --o State Senator-elect Carl Munn of Willisville. was a business visitor to the city Wednesday. -o Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Wylie and little* son spent a few days in Little Rock the past week. -o Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Daniel and little son. E. II. Jr., of Laneburg, were Pres cott visitors Tuesday. Acting Postmaster Frank Grayson spent a few days in Little Rock last week attending the Fair. -o Mrs. Warren Cummings spent last Saturday and Sunday visiting her sister. M ss Thalia Carrington, at El 1 torado. -o Dr. A. W. Hudson returned last Thursday from Middleton, Tenn., where lie went to attend the funeral of his brother. -o It. A. Knox left last Friday for Hart, Mich., in response to a message announcing the death of his father, ('has. A. Knox. -o F(*R RENT Good farm, good im provement, on** mile from Camp Ground. Will leas**, rent or sell. W. A. Forbes, Phone 287. 10-19w4 -o Sankie Callieott of Ilop**. passed through here Sunday en route to Lane burg for a short v'sit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Callieott. -o-—- t Lolless and Wesley Jordan returned Tuesday from Carlsbad, N. M„ where they had been on a prospecting trip, with a v!ew to locating there. -o The Treasury Department has an nounced new pr'ces on savings certifi cates, effective Oct. 1, as follows: $25 certificates for $20.50; $100 certificates for $82.00, and $1,000 certificates for $820.00. -o Mrs. 1. P. Seal left for Little Rock Tuesday to visit her fattier, E. N. Daniel, who has been at the Old Sol diers Home for some time. “Uncle Dock” has been ill, and will accompany Mrs. Seal home if he is able to make the trip. Quality Underwear FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Our line of knit underwear for the entire family is complete, both union and two piece. We are offering them in a range of weights, weaves and style that will satisfy the taste of everyone. These are quality garments and are very reasonably priced. Let us sell you your winter supply of underwear. WAT. W. WHITE Phone 58 nitiiimiitnutuiiiii.uiunuiiuiuiiuniiiiiniuiMMinuiiiMiuunnii;, C. C. Calhoun has been elected to succeed W. K. Yancey as secretary treasurer of the Prescott Farm Loan Association. Mr. Yancey resigned so that he might devote his entire time to his duties as traveling representative of t lie Federal Land Bank of St. Louis Mr. Calhoun began his dut'es last Sat urday, and his office will remain in the Bank of Prescott, where he may be found after 3 p. m. every day. except Saturday, when he will be in the office all day. -o Henry Hitt and wife of Hope, visited relatives in the city Sunday. ymiiiiiMimiiimimiiiiiiiiiimmimiiiiiii W. 1). O ear ley of Prescott routed was in the city Saturday, and oM at our office and renewed his snbgcrjy tion to the Picayune. t\ Y. Meador of route 0. wag g bus ness visitor to the c'ty Monday, and called at the Picayune and renewed hi subscription to our paper. llnuter and Trapper, I will be it the market for all kinds of for betriif animals' i>elts, and will pay highot prices. See me before you sell, thifi where I shine. White’s Produce House. It o Smart Comfortable Coats For Recreation Wear I Here are many interesting coats for brisk, cold days ahead. Popular heavy mix tures and novelty weaves in short, belted models, so suit able for wear with fashionable plaid skirts. Favorite styles show fur col lar and deep sensible pockets. Prices ranging from $5to $35 Popular One Piece Frocks Clever designing and the choice of good looking materials make these new dresses particularly attrac tive. New trimming ideas are used with striking effect. You may buy these new models with the assurance of satisfactory wear as well as smart appearance. P*100 $6.50 » $25.00 PRESCOTT MERCANTILE CO.