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FOR MEN AND WOMEN AT PRICES THAT PLEASE YOU As a general store we handle much of about everything—a great volume of business. Just now we are pushing our ready made sum mer clothing for men, women and children, and the exceptional quality and style, together with our re markably low prices, are so attractive we are selling large quantities. We invite you to call and see our line of ready-to wear clothing. WE KNOW that you will be surprised at what you get for a small amount of money. We believe that you will find values here that can not be duplicated in this community. Come and bring the family. They will all be interested. NEW YORK STORE JAKE SUCKLE Prop. Arkansas Prescott •• ,SUMMER SCHOOLS FOR THU HFKS SuiuniH' schools f«>r teachers arc al ready iti operation in tin- Magnolia. Monticello ami .Jonesboro Agricultural schools. These arc umlcr tin* old sys tem and tin* new law pa-sed by the recent legislation due- not become ef fective until next fall, at which time all of the agricultural schools except Russellville will put in special train ing for teachers in rural schools. T11 i will be stressed also in the .June insti tutes. After a -cries of conferences be tween officer.- and faculty members of tlie University of Arkansas, and of the three state agricultural schools located at Jonesboro. Monticello and Magnolia, an agreement 11:1 - been rea< lied for a full and complete coordination of the work of the throe agricultural schools with the College of Agriculture of the I'nivei sity. Fndei the plan as agreed upon, each of the three agricultural schools will carry on, in addition to the work of high -chool grade, two years of ad valued work in agricultural subjects which will be equivalent of two year' of work in a junior college, or to tla* freshman and sophomore years in a standard • liege. Student' who com pli tt any part of this advanced work will be given advanced standing in the College of Agriculture of the Univer sity. and. upon the completion of two years of advanced work in any one of the schools, will receive advanced standing that will place them in the junior class of the College of Agricul ture of the University of Arkansas, thus enabling them t<> complete the course and secure a degree from the University in from two to three years depending upon the amount of ad vanced work taken in the agricul tural schools. The exact work and course of study in the advanced work to ..ffered by the agricultural schools will be deter mined jointly by the faculties of the agricultural schools and of the College of Agriculture of the University. \N 01 XCE OF PREVENTION, ETC. Worm infestation of hogs is more easily prevented titan cured. Plowing 1' the old hog lots that have hecom* infested with worms is one step to ward prevention. Uowpeas. soy beans, peanuts or other crops planted in the old lots which are plowed up now will furnish valuable grazing for the hogs in the tall.—Extension Service, College ■ a Agrieulture University of Arkansas ) Nervous Break-Down < i RS. ANNIE LANGE, of S> 1'J. R.F.D. 1, Burlington, Tex., writes as follows regarding herexperience withCardui: “Some time ago 1 had a nervous break down of some kind. .. 1 was very weak and so nervous. I had faint ing spells and suffered a great deal, but more from the weak, trembly, no-account feeling than anything else. I knew I needed a tonic, and needed it badly. I began the use of Cardui to see if I couldn’t get some strength, as 1 knew of other cases that had been helped by its use. I soon saw a great improve merit, so I kept it up. I used seven ( ! bottles of Cardui, and can say the ^ money was well spent, for 1 grew well and strong. Am now able to I do all my housework and a great j deal of w-ork besides.” If you are weak, run-down, I nervous and suffer from the ail- | ments peculiar to women, it is very likely that Cardui will help I you, in the way it helped Mrs. ( Lange and has helped thousands of others, during the past -10 years. 1 Ask for, and insist on, Cardui. The Woman’s Tonic Bet ter Thjj* a Muttard Platter For Coughs and Colds, Head ache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism and All Aches and Pains ALL DRUGGISTS 35c and 65c, jars and tubes ( Hospital size, $3.00 STOMACH ILLS GO AS HESTREX COMES ASSERTS CHEMIST _ Announcement of New Medi cine Brings Scores of People to Hesterly Drug Store Seldom indeed does such ft modest announeement as that of the Hesterly Drug Store create so great fin impres sion. Scarcely had the news of the medicine been made public than local people began coming in to learn about j Hestrex and its beneficial efl'* ts on stomach trouble. Some had already made up their minds and simply said. "I want to try Hestrex." It is not at fill strange—was fill the comment from the Hesterly Drug Store when asked their opinion. The | chemist who built tip the Hestrex, formula contends that the new modi . cine by its own nn rit must win public confidence. Ile said : "No one is so miserable as the sut ferer from stomach trouble (or in digestion, as some know it i especially if brought on by catarrh which is so, prevalent in our climate, llis food is hardly down before fermentation begins, gas forms .ml he i~ racked with pain. Often too. the liver be comes disordered and sluggish; spots Hash before his c\es, he lias a coated tongue and a bad taste in his mouth 1 "And how simple it is to gain health again through Hestrex. the new herbal medicine! In a short 'iim tic system is cleansed of poisons, toed eaten with relish and digests as it should, the poor, underfed body is amply nourished, cheeks become rosy, eyes bright, and the whole world yes. and life itself looks beautiful. No one should neglect indigestion, no matter how mild, but should get a bottle of Hestrex promptly." Hestrex is being explained daily to sufferers or their friends at the Hesterly I»riig Step . I’rescntt, Ark. lw. —Adv. ! TWO FRESC O I I BOVS IN l MVEKSITV I'l.AV Fayetteville. Ark. May 22.—Two Prescott lioys. Bracy Ilaynio and Bill.' Boh Thrasher are Neni. r students of the I'liivi isity of Arkansas who have keen cast for very prominent parts in the Senior play at the I'11i\ • i -if> thi year. Tim play selected is the famous i "Miss Lulu Belt" by Zone (hah-, which won the Pulitzer Prize a> the best play written in 31*21 The pla\ is under the direction of , Dr. John <’lark Jordan, head of the department of public speaking. It* hearsals are now being held and indi cations are that the play will be one! of the best ever produced at the I ni versify. The presentation of the Senior play i< an annual attraction of the Coin ! mein cinoiit Week attractions. Tlii~ : year if will be presented in the Cni ver-ity Amlitoriuin. Monday night. ; .June !». The complete east of tlie play is as j follow S ; I.ulti Heft _ Hath Wolf Ina I icacon _ Lyndon Pars Ninan In • m_ Carl Rosenbaum Mr- Jh-tt _Mrs. Clara r>oei|uin Idana Iteacon _Helen Fulrall Mi imna I a a eon _Mildred Cillespie ltol.l.y 1 tea eon_ H. I! Thrasher Mr. Cornish _Braeey llayni • " 1 iwighty In-neon _Imuglas Smith HOW IO II \\ E I KESII MEAT THE \K.\K HOI \l> Community heef clubs have been in operation in some sections of Arknn as for several years. These clubs enable farm folks to have a constate supply of fresh meat throughout the year. » nnmer or winter, without any '■ash out'ay. tine animal con'ributed by each member of the club and di v id. d atiioiirr all the members furnishes meat lor each home continuously throughout the season If you will see your county farm am a it er write to the Lvtcn.jou s<-r vice. Colh-o, ,,f Agriculture of the Ini vei-sity of Arkansas. Little He. k. plans for the operation of a beef eluh will he furnished free. earry a placard on Ids lmek. No pla card is required. The man who speaks well of others leaves a good Impression of himself. —x— TAX INFORMATION The following statement is issued »>.v Col ii I. Remind, Collector of In ternal Ueveime of Hie district of Ar kansas : A> a material step in promoting co operation between the government and taxpayers, Commissioner of In ternal Revenue. David II. Blair. has inaugurated a new program in the is suance of the Internal Revenue Bulle tin, which contains decisions and rul ings on various tax and prohibition questions. The Internal Revenue Bul letin now is issued weekly, present jug to taxpayers the latest rulings and opinions of the Attorney General. Solicitor of Internal Revenue, and Treasury Decisions, dealing with in collie, -sales, capital stock, tobacco, oleomargarine and miscellaneous taxes In addition, the bulletin contains a great fund of information on tax and prohibition matters. The promptness with which tax in formation now is made available to the public will greatly enhance the value of the bulletin service. Tin weekly bulletin xx ill be issued each Monday. To assure the widest and must expeditious distribution. < "in missioncr Blair ha- ordered that sub scribers on the Pacific (‘oast and all points we-t of the Mi--issippi be given preference in the mailing of tin* bul letin. The Internal Revenue Bulb-tin Ser vice now ha- more than I’o.ooo sub seribers and under the new plan of Commissioner Blair it i- expected the subscription list will )»• doubled. Information concerning the service, which is furnished on a subscription basis, may be obtained from the Bu reau of Internal Revenue, nr Superin teiidenf of Public Documents, Govern ment Printing • >ffi<Washington. D C. Now (hat the -pa-m over old King Tut’s remains has died down, we wonder what >nrt of a fuss they will make over our.- three Thousand year from now YOU’LL BE INTERESTED In the many quite differ ent fabrics we have to tailor into your clothes for SPRING 1923 May we have the pleasure of your inspection soon? J. E. BARHAM Phone 29 We Deliver ze Nemo Self-Reducing No. 333 ii a real bargain. It has a low top and medium skirt. Made in dur able pink or white coutib sizes 24 to 36 and costs only $3.00 If your dealer can't get It, send name ad «•. »ue and $3. We'll .end tl.e cutset * • I'n'c0 Institute ■10 E- IWh St.. New York (Dept. 3 TRY THIS FEED STORE You may find that you have been losing by not trading with us. But it is not too late to begin. GEORGE .V Si CHRISTOPHER s I’lione 371 NEW SHIPMENT OF Dresses Mid Summer Hat* in Felt and Braid :§ stitched S; Fit Rite Pettycoats Phoenix Hose in all 3 the new colors Bon Ton Corsets QUALITY SHOP 3 Mrs. Fred Powell FARM LOANS Liberal Terms. Prompt ArU(*. N# drl*y or red taps. Isa get si! you borrow. Call or writs B. L. BLAKELY, Prescott. Arkansas. WHEN OLD CLOTHES LOOK LIKE NEW You don’t need to buy new ones and discard the old. Cleaning and Pressing is all they need We do it at very small Cost Work called for and delivered STAR PRESSING SHOP Jmm Crowe, Prop. West Freni St. Phone HS.