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Wait and Watch For Our Base Ball Goods. They are Coming. : : : : HINTON DRUG CO. TIME TABLE. St, Louis Iron Mountain & Southern. SOUTH BOUND. 1 (fast maid 203 , 3 C 5 icann<m balll ESC (local freightl NORTH BOUND. 1:2" a.m. .7:02 i>. m. 10:13 p. m. 10:11 a. m. 11 :5 s a. m. 1.4 , 7 |o. f 'cannon l ull I , > m^'".al freivh’i 1.<•- not -t,-p at l’f 1. I"0' \\ W. THAI.. Atrent. r,:20 a. m. la:!'', p. m. .6:13 p. m. v:23 a. m. 11:6' a. m. P. & N. W Railroad GOING WEST. ko. 1 - Leave Pr« »tt at I Arrive at End t f Track, >:50 a. m. Lea Arrivi at 1 f Track at 3 p. i GOING EAST. |o.Leave End "f Track a: Xl" a tn Arrive at I’rescott at 12:05 p. m. i. Leave End "f Track at 1 p m. G!10 p. m. |A!I trr.ms ruti irreffularlj H. E BEMIS. Manaifer. B * Local News. Interesting Happening* in and Around Town. Muslin underwear, at White Bros. Send us that local item you promised A G, Wren, of Suttun. was here Raturdav J. B. Hannah, of Morri' was in town Raturdav. The spring "Scraps” hav< opened Rp at last. It you want underwear, come Jo ifhite Bros. Cam W R White had Business in ioj« Monday J A Haves, of Emmet was a visitor here S .: irda\ P 1'. Philips, of I.aneburjr, was a taller SaMirhtv Prescott Steam Laundry Phone 200 Satisfaction Guaranteed. Give us a trial. : P M. White, of I.aneburg, was in |the city Monday. H'1! J B Murry, of l.aneluuy, was in t<>\A i yesterdav for. e Senders, of Sutton, was in [the city . esterduv. New , room house and : acres land, ll.iioi Set Elsworth. B. R. Hastier went over to Okolona Monday to ! n some cotton. Prank Connelly a prosperous Irish farrra r u in town Soturdav. FEED Corn, Chops, Bran, Hay, Oats, Meal and Hulls : : : AND One of the most up-to-date stocks of groceries . In die City. Ev erything in the way °f Fruits and Can dies.: : : : : Remember Telephone 157 : Hilt Bros. Gro. Co. •Jeff Russell, of Hope was in town buying hides, wool etc. Monday. When you need any painting or paper hanging done. See Frank Neal. D. P. Hazard one of Albany's lead ing farmers was over yesterday. Horse and buggy for its care for a short time only. Mrs. J. T. Brooks. See our line of Wall Paper Samples. Variety Store. Mrs. H. I). Ballock. of Hugo I. T. is visiting in Prescott and vicinity this week. Geo. Vv T* rry and family returned to Sulphur 1. T. after a weeks visit here, Erl went with them. Car Forge Coal, just received. The Etna, the best on earth. McDaniel Hardware Co. All parties who are due me for colts are requested to call and settle at once. P. T. Philips. Laneburg Ark., Miss Fannie Hood, of Emmet ac companied by her little cousin. Master Bernard Hood was shopping in Prescott yesterday. P. E. Duke, of Laneburg has moved to town and will work for Jno, A. Davis Lumber Co. We welcome Pete in our midst. • Uncle Billy Porter, of Emmet was on the streets of our little city yesterday. He is one anong the few of the old Mexican soldiers left. Misses Christopher and Hale visited in Emment Friday night Miss Neta Barton returned with them and will visit in the city for a few days. J. P. Bell left yesterdaj morning for and extended trip through Tennes see, Mississippi and Kentucky. He will visit his Son Jas. E. Bel! in Louis ville Ky. before his return. Prescott Steam Lauudry Phone 200 Satisfaction < Guaranteed. Give us a trial. . : Dying and cleaning clothes nicely done. Satisfaction guaranteed price.' to suit the times. Phone 108. Mr- C. B M<»>n Base Ball Goods. Complete line Spaulding and Reach. They are tht of ficial goods. To be had at Terry Bros 1 'rug Co. FOR SALE One gentleman s sad dle. One set double buggy harness. One farm wagon. Apply to Mrs J. T. Brooks. J. A Hailey, of Rosston is now with Terry Bros. He asks all of his friends to call on him. Joe is an all round good boy and we are glad to havt him with us. Wanted State Representative who is capable of organizing and handling a crew of salesmen- one in each county some knowledge of farming necess ary. Splendid and permanent position. Give reference in first letter. Box I’aducah. Ky. Do you want a tine home just outside of town where you will have room to keej i horse, cow and plenty of chick ens, House nicely finished and painted. 5 rooms City water. Good fence, Chicken house and park, cow shed and lot. Garden fenced in, 3 acres of land One of the very best bargains in Pres cott at $1000.00. See Ellsworth. It is Dangerous Go Neglect, a Cold How often do we hear it remarked: fit’s only a cold,” and a few days later learn that the man is on his back with pneumonia. This is of such com mon occurance that a cold, however slight, should not be disregarded. Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy counter acts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia, and has gained its great popularity and extensive sale by its prompt ^ures and is pleasant to take. For srle by Baker Drug Store, whole sale and retail. Ramon’s Liver Pill removes the bile. The Tonic Pellet tones up the system Combined form a Perfect Treatment, zyc. Dr. Wiley Reasons, of Willisville was in town yesterday. J. E. Horne shipped a car of cattle to Little Rock yesterday evening. A letter from Mrs. G. B. McGraw to her husband, states that she is still im proving. In the Good Old Summer Time, you need a Hammock. Buy it from Terry Bros. Drug Co. We are prepared to repair glasses, or fit your eyes with a new pair. Baker Drug Store. Save your laundry for me, I will call for it. Jno. T. Milburn. Agent for Arkadelphia Steam Laundry. The Arkadelphia Steam Laundry’s work is always up-to-date. Try it. Jno. T. Milburn. Agent. Spaulding or Reach Base Ball Goods can be bought of Terry Bros. Drug Co. The\ are the official and the kind to buy. W. A. Newth has bought the lot on the corner of Main and West 3rd street and is erecting a Blacksmith and wood shop. John T. Milburn is running in con nection with his laundry agency, a News Stand, where he handle the lat est magazines and papers. Call and take a look. Telephone Building. Its time to paint be fore the dust gets bad. Don’t think of using any other than Mound City Horse Shoe Paint. Put up in honest gallons. Guaranteed live years. What more could you ask. Terry BROS. DRUG CO. i Jim Snodgrass represents the Globe ' Oil Co., of Cleveland Ohio. If you want Roof Paint or Lubricating Oil it will pay you to see him. Remember we are selling Cultivators ; cheaper than any one in town. Come quick if you want a bargain McDaniel Hardware Co. We are now ready to figure with you on Sa-h and doors, house building ma terial and we know thi -izes shapes and quality. Prescott Supply & Hdw Co, 1 have moved my headquarters from Williams and McKelvey's barber shop to the th« Telephone building, where 1 will rece.vo ordt ■ > for •-< Arkadelphia Steam Luundrv. Jno T Milburn. Prescott Steam Laurdr) Phone 200 Satisfaction Guaranteed. Give us a trial : : Guy \ Garner who has been in Alabama and Georgia for the pa-t four months, came in Friday night. He is now with tin New Y..rk Colfi i re and ha- for his T« rrit• ry South Arkansas Indian 'Iorritory Ok hi ma and North Texas. HOMK FOR COLORKD PEOPLE. I am agent for the purp< se of selling to colored people lots from the Ellis property in the north part of town. If y ou want a cheap home see me at once. Ch i.-. A. King. Lei Steed feft, fur - a thorn Texas the tirst of the week, where he will re main for several moths. Ik goes for the’ benefit of his health. \S • tru-i he will reap much from the trip Come lr» AND Let. Us Show YOU Our Line of White Goods Consisting of Mohair-Serges Wash Silks Madras-Oxfords Persian Lawn Organdies and Wash Chiffon. Yours for Buisness White Bro’.s. OUR TRADE Constantly grows BECAUSE We give people what they want and at a price that is fair: : : HESTERLY Drug Store We Deliver Drug Store Goods. Mrs. Wade says she is too busy selling hats to write adds. , Her styles are al ways right and her prices so reesonable that any of us can afford a new hat. A thief entered the house of W. M. Weeks on what is called Christian Ridge Monday night and purloined from hi# pants pockets about $20.00 in money and his pocket knife leaving his pants on the porch. We want your business, if you] want the lowest prices ever heard of on any thing in the Hardware and Furniture line, come and see us. We have the goods and will undersell all competitors. McDaniel Hardware Co. Dolphus Whitten left Monday morn ing for Hope to take charge of the prescription dapartment of the San ders News and Drug Co. His wife will join him in a few days. We all regret to lose them from our town. •Jno. M. Milburn of the Prescott sup ply Hdw. Co., has received one of the best selected and cheapest car of bug gies, surrys and hacks ever brought to Prescott. See him before you buy. He is on the inside with prices and quality. Dr. J. E. Godbev left for Birming ham, Alabama, Monday to attend the General Conference of the Methodist Church South. Dr, Godbey is chair man of the delegation from the Little Rock Conference. He will be gone three weeks. The Lighting struck the house occu pied by Fletcher Smith near the Ozan mill Monday morning tearing down the flue and knocked quite a hole in the roof, also cutting the telephone wires in the house. Fortunately the family had gone from home to spend the night. JJR. .1. R. YORK, DENTIST. Office in Opera House Building Prescott, : : Arkansas JJli. -I. S. CHASTAIN, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Offic. Baker Drug Store—Phone, Res idence I V, Calls promptly at tended day or night. A rare treat was given to the lovers of the Java bean given at that popular grocery store of Hitt Bros. Grc cry Company yesterday arid is be ing continued today. The celebrated Maxwell House Blend coffee was serv-! ed free to everybody. If you have not ( ailed and drank a cup of this elegant coffee you should do so at once. Not if as. Rich as Rockefeller. If yuu had all the wealth of Rocke feller, the Standard Oil Magnate, you could not buy a better medicine for1 1. well complaints than Chamberlain’s Cohc, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Tia most eminent physician cannot prescribe a better preparation for colic and diarrhoea, both for children and adult-. The uniform success of this remedy has shown itself superior to all others It never fails, and when re duced with water and sweetened, is pleasant to take. Every family should lit supplied with it. For sale by Raker , Store, whol ih u 1 retail. Stomach Troubles. Mr- Sue Martin, an old and highly ro-pected resident of Faisonia, Miss., was sick with stomach trouble for ir .re than six months. Chamberlain Momach and I.iver Tablets cured her. Sht says "1 can now eat anything 1 want and am the proudest woman in the world to find such a good medi cine. ” For sale by Raker Drug Store. Samples free. Accept no Sugstiture. Meyer Bros. Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo., write Sep. 4. 1905: “We have no hesitancy in admitting that merit is i the prime factor in creating the de mand for Dr. Mendenhall’s Chill and Fever Cure. It ranks among our best sellers.” Sold by honest druggists. OUR CHURCHES. BAPTIST CHUSCH. Because of the commencement ser mon. II a. m., Sunday May bth, there will be no services at the Baptist church. There will be preaching at S p. m. The church conference will be postponed till the second Sunday in May. T. C. MAHAN, Pastor. METHODIST CHURCH. Rev. Thos. L. Green will preach the commencement sermon of the Prescott Public School at the Methodist church Sunday morning at 1! o'clock. There will be no service^ in the ev ening. Rev. Weems will fiil the Methodist pulpit the second Sunday in this month and the third Sunday will be < hildren s Eay. PRESBYTERIAN < HL'RCH. Rev. T. I.. Green, of Malvern an i 11 preach at the Presbyterian church Sun day night at the usual hour for services Sciatica Cured after Twenty Years ol T orture. For more than twenty years Mr. J. B. Massey, of 3322 Clinton St..Minnea oplis, Minn., was tortured by sciatica. The pain and suffering' which he en dured during this time is beyond com-1 prehension. Nothing gave him any permanent relief until he used Cham berlain’s Pain Balm. One application of that liniment relieved the pain and made sleep and rest possible, and less than one bottle has effected a perma nent cure. If troubled with sciatica or rheumatism why not try a 25 cent bot tle of Pain Balm and see for yourself how quickly it relieves the pain. For sale by Baker Drug Store, wholesale and retail. Crave Yard Working. Everybody invited to be at Artesian Grave Yard Tuesday May 8, fo-i the purpose of cleaning off the same. Bring tools with you. F. P. Harris. Jake Sanders. Sore Nipples. A cure may be effected by applying Chamberlain’s Salve as soon as the child is done nursing. Wipe it off with a soft cloth before allowing the child to nurse. Many trained nurses use j this salve with the best results. Price 25c. So|d by Baker Drug Store. Dee Davenport has charge of the Prescott Steam Laundry. Garrett Whitesides of Nashville was registered at the Parker House Mon day. —-- j What Merit Will Do. There is nothing just as good foi Malaria Chills and Fever as Dr. Men denhall’s Chill and Fever Cure. Take it as a general tonic and at all times in place of quinine. If it fails to give satisfaction honest druggists will re fund your money. JJR. W. W. RICE, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office at Hesterly Drug Store—Special Attention to Surgery. Office Phone 73. : : : Residence 68 J)R. J. M. POWELL. DENTIST. Office in Hugh Moncrief’s Drug Store Prescott. Arkansas. We Frame Pictures to order. New lot of moulding just received. : : : : TERRY BROS. DRUG COMPANY Up-to-Date Equipment Combined With Thoroughly Efficient Help enables us to do the best Laun dry work. Satisfaction Guaranteed. No experiment. Wagon call any where. Prescottt Steam Laundry, Telephone 200. Canvass Shoes FOR THE Whole Family AT White Bro.’s. SEWER PIPE Just received car sewer pipe—all sizes. McDaniel Hardware Company THE PALACE BARBER SHOP Williams * McKelvey. Proprietors. Everything First-Class—Clean Towels, Sharp Razors —Bath Room. We will please you —try us. West Main Street, : Prescott, Arkansas The Semi-annual meeting of the Ne vada County Singing Convention will convene on the 1st Sunday in May at Laneburg. Let every one who feels interested in the cause of music be present with a good supply of song books with hearts filled with praise and adoration to the most High. Res’pt. W. K Steed, Chairman. Latest Spring Styles * In Foot Wear. CSV For Ladies Misses and Children For Men and Boys Mercantile Co. PRESCOTT, AREANSAS.