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Si no** 185H he has made south \v»*M Arkansas his home. At tn*' o;>eninjr *d ihe battle cry in 18(»i he mounted a oavalary njan \s liorse and announced as read\ for duty. He uasoaptain undev (ren. Ca-bbel and met. his dm is vdihoutu murmur. He is Dio one f the noble army of drummers in Arkansas and makes his home tunnrig us. Dr. A. Harris was born in Drew County, Arkansas. His boyhood and youth was sp>nt in Clark County. His studious nature won for him a broao in formation. Jn 1880 ho I'liuima ed at the St. Louis Medical CoJ lege and his first location wa^ a? Bluff City. He cane- 10 I,'vm;oi i in 1884 and here, he has made a marked success of his profes sion. He has carried his con science into his practice and no one has suffered if he could pre vent it. He has none thousand of dollars worth of practice lor the poor for which he has never received one cent. He is now presideiit of t h** Citizen s ILek. and one of its largest s loekliold • ers. He is one of our strongest financial business men. Dr. R. L. Hinton has passed his 70th bi rthda\. IIo is a native o; N. C . came to Arkansas in I.S48. lie £rndilated in the Med* ie:iI College at Memphis, Tenn.Jn 1858. For 12 years he practiced medicine in West Tenn. and moved to Washington in 1860, where he was in the active prac tice and drug business until 1877. i He came to Prescott and opened | a drug business and continued his active practice until last year which gave him 45 years of active work. He now devotes his tone to his drug depart ment. He has served the M. E church South 34 years as steward and today is one of the most active members of that denom ination. His drug store as shown by his cut in this issue is one of the nicest in our cit>. | Dr. Will W. Rice is of Missis sippi blond. He came to Ar kansas in 1875. He spent three years at Hendrix college, and af terward took Ph. B. degree at Arkadelphia Methodist College in 1892. In 3896 he graduated at the Beaumont Medical Col lege at St. Louis, Missouri. For the past two years he has had a ^ splendid practice in our com niunity. Judging from his rap id development, in practice we may expect a prosperous and successful future for him. ! i Dr. L°e i was born and i raised in Nevada. Counts. He has jn-t relumed from St. 1 Louis, where he spent two terms in the Beaumont Medical College. Our medical board recommend him as worthy and competent jafter a rigid examination, which 'he passed with credit to himself. ! He is a son of S. B. Gee and well ■ . . * , kno"’n and highly respected. He carries his medicine case gracefully. Dr. J. M. F. Gill a native of j j Nevada and a graduate of Tulonel University of New Oileans, La., of the class of 188lJ. lie located at Emmett for several years where he controlled a good prac tice, tor the last few years he has shared a good practice in our community and is one of our purest and best men. Dr. E. R. Armstet , who for 17 years has been one of our pop ular and leading physicians, is a native of N. C. H; moved with his parents to Ala. in his child hood where he grew to manhood. At the Medical University of Louisville, Ky. he graduated with medical honors in March 1853. When the war clouds gathered in I860 and burs ted >nto showers of lead and death 1861, he went out as a Con federate surgeon and met the requirements of his office until peace was made. He stands today in the evening of life an honored citizen and worthv of trust. S. R. Crawford & Co. Dr. A. Harris and S. R. Craw ford compose the above company. They formed the partnership last I'm 11 alter oar lire and opened business Dec. 1st. They carry a full tine of dru^s and hooks. Thev ;i!*e ;i stromr tinanciai linn. S. 11 Crawford is a native of Ark. He was born and raised at Benton and for 9 years he had charge of a drug business in that town. He came to Prescott and accepted a position with Hugh Moncrief in 1897. Since 1891 he has held a certilicate from the state board of Pharmacy. He is eminently qualified for the responsible position he holds. J. M. HANNA, TONSORIAL ARTIST. All work of the very best. No incompetent help employed. Easy shaving and up-to-date hair cutting, shampooing, etc. Ho!: and Cold Baths. Ed P. Gee carries a full line of gents’ furnishing goods. He is a native of Alabama, but was raised in this communitv. His business is managed by J. A. Bryan, who is an old settler in Prescott and one of the finest salesman that ever got behind a counter. Hence, the business is a marked success. Mr. Gee also deals largely in cattle, sheep,etc. His shipments last month, per haps, reached one thousand or more. lie is one of Nevada’s strongest financial men. He, with his brother William, first began business in our town with, a very small capital and by hon est dealings and close attention, he has pushed his way forward to business recognition in our leading cities at home and abroad. Mrs. I. S. Black was the wife of Col. R. K. Garland with whom she lived in'happy union for 36 years. She was born in Columbus, Arkansas, in 1830. For years she taught school and has done much to mould an edu cational spirit in Arkansas. Her breadth of thought and learning have placed her far above an average among our people. She is the proprietress of one of our leading restaurantsand boarding houses oil West Main street and deserves the patronage of all. F. M. Smyth, who lives one mile east of town, is of New" York birth, and after 30 years railroading in Illinois he came to Arkansas in 1881 and settled in Prescott. For several years he has been crippled with rheuma tism. but he never forgets to be cheerful and full of smiles. He has seryed our people as mayor and justice of the peace for sev eral terms each, and has m my friends among our people. Scott Bros, meat market is run by H. V. and Ilunter Scott, who are natives of our commun ity and sons of S. A. Scott. They are nice, accommodating gentlemen and carry a full line of the best meat our county af fords. Their business was opened up last January and at present they have the only mar ket in our city. P. C. Hamilton is one of our retired business men and a true noble man. He is of Alabama birth and is now GT years old; has watched every movement of Arkansas since 1857 and is among the few who came to Prescott in 1873. During the war he showed true manhood and bravery un der the confederate flag and since by an upright walk.