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MAS. * * S ft m ft | I i s J Make the season of joy ft - ' brightest and gayest by pre- ft ■ ' senting ft * X NORRIS Exquisite Candies ft or t X AIT GUTH CHOCOLATES ft ft I in beautiful holiday packages, ft suggestive of refined taste. ft 1 « ; : Inspect our candy cases filled ft Jwith candies de luxe. ft A complete line of holiday ft ! i goods. ft ; : “Kodaks for Krismas.” | If! x GUTHRIE Drug Sft re Still cutting hair and shaving at the West Side Barber Shop.—You are next. Cragan & Cummins.—Advt. FOR SALE—5-room cottage, good sute lot, desirable part town, at sacri fice price if sold at once. Moore & Martin. Read the advertisements in today’s paper. More Days To Do YourXmasShopping We Will Appreciate Your Orders For Apples, Oranges, Tears, Rais ins, nuts of all kinds. We are headquarters for can dy—the largest stock in Tres cott. Come in and look our line over. Fresh eggs 35c per dozen White Eagle Flour. Thone or come in and give us your orders. Giles Bros. Grocery */ Phone 157 or No. 3. • All who have notes and accounts due me will please call and make good. I cannot carry them any longer. A. Monson. 14-Gd-4w Greatest bargains in Grand, Up right and Player Pianos, Organs and Sewing Machines at A. Monson’s Mu sic Store.—Adv. tf Nyals’ Cherry Cough Syrup—pleas ant to take, will relieve Coughs, Croup and Sore Throat. 25c, at Hesterly Drug Store. Call 242 or 244 and get a December issue of the Ladies Home Journal. Useful Gifts ... ARE ... Appreciated Aos^ OUR STORE IS FULL OF USEFUL GIFTS H. A. Hamilton ft Go. Local News Xmas Candies at Guthrie’s. Mrs. Nat Martin is visiting today in Texarkana. Bracelet watches from $4.00 to $15.00, at Hesterly Drug Store. Rev. Theo. F. Hall and daughter are visiting today in Hope. Bud Vases in Cut Glass and Ster ling Silver, at Hesterly Drug Store. Wesley Gordon, who has been visit ing points in Arizona for some time, returned home last night. Johnsons, Jacobs and Elmers choco lates in plain and fancy holiday pack ages, at Hesterly Drug Store. Clyde Marsh left this morning for Dallas, Texas, to attend the salesmens convention of the Elwood Myers Com pany, with whom Mr. Marsh recently accepted a traveling position. Attorney H. E. Rouse was notified this morning of his reappointment as deputy prosecuting attorney for Ne vada county, by Prosecuting Attorney Tillman B. Parks of Hope. Misses Alverne and Cleo Gee and Cecil Gee have arrived in the city frem Arkadelphia, where they are at tending Henderson-Brown College. They will spend Xmas with home folks. The building formerly occupied by E. J. Gattinger <v Co. is being remod eled on the inside suitable for Wal loch's Bakery, which will move from their location on West Main street some time next month. Are you behind with your subscrip tion to the News? Make us a Christ mas gift of the amount you are in arrears and we will gladly credit you with it and both will be better off, and you will get value received. Gilt Things Thermos Bottles Elgin Watchs Waltham Watches Ingersoll Watches Solid Gold Rings Lavaliers Cut Glass Parisian Ivory Bracelet Watches Waldemar Chains Fountian Pens Stick Pins Solid Gold and Sterling Thimbles, Etc. Our stock is complete with Gift Things for Christmas. JUST IN I : —- - - ; ♦ 7 it ♦ 7 it I |t Another Shipment of J | ? \ • Men’s Neckwear : t ♦ I x it Quite a vnr>ty of paterns to 7 ♦ • i: f ot; t I j WAT W. WHITE I t t !t ?hone 58 ♦ ! ►♦♦4444444444444444444444444444 4444400»«l»»»^ •*❖**** v „ Dressed |( ii j Hogs Wanted ii 1 See : Prescott Ice & Milling Co. i!' 11 ;! Telephone 56 X Mrs. W. W. Teel is spending the day visiting at Hope. Call 242 or 244 and get the Ladies Home Journal for January. J. T. Davis of Gurdon, was attend ing to business in the city yesterday. We have a scholarship in Tyler Business College for sale. Come to see “The Captain of Ply mouth.” H. H. Vaughan, one of the good citi zens of Hempstead county, was a visitor in the city today. For fire, lightning, tornado and automobile insurance see F. E. Mur rah, at the Bank of Prescott. d-wtf Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Sampson, of route 1, were shopping in the city last evening. Lavallieres, gold filled and solid gold, sold from $1.00 to $20.00, at Hesterly Drug Store. Thurman Johnson of Calc, leaves to night for Weatherford, Texas, where lie goes on a brief visit to relatives. Rev. H. P. Blakely of Delight, will preach at the Nazarene church to night. Dr. S. J. Hesterly left this morning for Texarkana to attend the Tri-State Medical Association. Henry Martin, who is a student at Henderson-Brown College, Arkadel phia, is home to spend the holidays. Joe Dixon, one of the prominent farmers of Rosston, is transacting business in Prescott today. John H. Dixon left this morning on an extended visit to Mineral Wells, Texas, where he goes for the benefit of his health. Do you enjoy a good evening’s en tertainment? Come to the High School Thursday night and see one of the best features of the season. J. H. McDaniel, a prominent plant er of Cole, was a pleasant caller at this office today, while in town trad ing. The Eastern Star will meet in regu lar session at their hall Thursday evening at 7:30 o’clock, to elect offi cers for the ensuing year and it is urg ently requested that all members be present. | Messrs. W. T. Mitchell and S. W. ( rank of near Waldo, were visitors to the city this morning and we ac knowledge a pleasant call from them, Mr. Mitchell paying a dollar on his subscription to the Nevada News. Little Miss Amelia Bemis has is sued invitations to a number of her young friends to meet at the pretty Bemis homo, corner East Elm and Fourth streets, Friday afternoon, De cember 22, 3:30 to 5 o’clock. At the Park Hotel: E. L. Levy, L. J. Cook, St. Louis; S. B. Rutherford, A. G. Burke, Ed Imboden, J. F. Dreis ack. Little Rock; N. B. Jackson, Shreveport; R. G. Tidwell. W. T. Mitchell, Sam. Crank, Waldo; J. T. Davis, Gordon; I). B. Brown, Arkadel Phia; 11. B. Young, Malvern; M. L. Nelson, Blevins; W. T. Daniel, Wichi : ta; II. Wetcher, Ft. Worth. NEGLECTED COLDS GROW WORSE I • A cough that racks and irritates the throat may lead to a serious chronic cough, if neglected. The healing pine balsams in Dr. Bell’s Pine Tar Honey —Nature’s own remedy—will soothe and relieve the irritation, breathing will be easier, and the antiseptic pro perties will kill the germ which re tarded healing. Have it handy for croup, sore throat and chronic bron chial affections. Get a bottle today. Pleasant to take. At all Druggists, 2.r)c. _ .__________________. . GEflh H,T|I|H JQQ j^yiim GLORIA’S ROMANCE “Hidden Fires" Starring BILLIE BURKE ALSO FORD WEEKLY AND TWO GOOD COMEDIES Coming tomorrow THE HOUSE OF THE GOLDEN WINDOWS WALLACE REID - CLEO RIDGLEY are the stars in this great Paramount Feature. You can’t afford to miss this picture. We will guarantee it to be one of the best e%-er shown in this house. Matinees will le shown from 2 until 5 p. m. Night show starts at 7:00. Telephone 294. Manicure Sets in Silk Lined Leath er Cases, $2 to $0.50. Guthrie Drug Store. Tickets for the High School Oper etta are on sale at Guthrie's Drug Store, 15 and 25c. Reserved seats 35c. MULES—I have ,30 head of six year-old mules and a few horses and mares for sale. J. H. Cornelius, City Livery Barn. 15d8 J. A.Nelson, J. P. Office at COURT HOUSE Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. 1 to 3:,30 p. in. ['hones—Res., 345; Court House, 299. BOOMERANG! Y 01*1 Clshl Throw Them Away We have .just received a ship ment of these wonders of the age. You throw them at any angle and then THEY’LL COME HACK TO YOU Learn to play the absolutely new Lawn Game, “Brist,” played with Brist improved boomerangs FUN FUN FUN For sale only by BuchananDrugStore PHONIC 07 West Front St. Prescott, Ark.