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HINTON DRUG CO.
i ||We buy to sell, and sell to buy again; keep them moving, so that you get pure, fresh drugs, at the lowest prices. Try us; we appre ciate your trade and will treat you right. Come and see. Respectfully, HINTON IWC CO Local News. I Interesting Happenings in and Around Town. Muslin underwear, at While Bros. Butterick Patterns at Ozan Mer. Co. Send us that local item you promised Sorghum -eed anti stock peas at Ozan ler. Co. A. P. Dyke, of Hope, was here last 'hursday. i: M Hine Bros The Delineator for .lune now on sale ,t Ozar. Mo>. < '< Miss Katie Price, of Newport, is the uest of Mrs. Howard Terry Mrs, B. 11. Oastler visited friencis in lope Wed:’ \ . J. B. Whitesides was down about i&ney Wednesday. Jno. M. Milburr. was in Chidester on usiness this veer. Mrs. MeSwain came in from Texas Wednesday afternoon. New 4 room house and 3 acres land, 1,000. See Eisworth. Mrs. David B. Thompson, of Hope kited in Prescott this week. Uncle Jno. Riddling:, of near Cale jk., was in town yesterday. Dr. M. V. Russell and I. H. Mack, f Bodeaw, were here Wednesday. •I. V. Hulse, one of Emmet's busi es men, was in town Wednesday. Horse and Buggy for its care for a tort time only. Mrs. J. T. Brooks. Prof. J. M. Thomas, of Boughton. as in Prescott the first of this week. My hobby: Prescriptions foreign id domestic chemicals. A full line. Hi gh Monckief. Prescott Stream Laundry Ofcs good work. Telephone 00 Ice water, freezers, coolers, screen at t; Present', Sir,1] :.v and Hard art Company'> store. Save your laundry for me, I will call 'r u- Jno. T. Mi Ilium, Agent for rkadelp: a Steam Laoidry. Car Forge Coal, just received The tna- the lies', on earth. McDaniel Hardware Co. The Most: Particular People Could not ask for a more Perfect Coffee than Maxwell House Blend Every sealed can is a guar antee of purity, excellence and flavor. USE IT For Sale Only By Hitt Bros. Grocery Co. Ezra Wood, of Sayre was in the city yesterday. C. P. Gleghorn, of Little Rock was here yesterday. See the latest folders and platino mounts at Mrs. Shipps. When you need any painting or paper hanging done. See Frank Neal. See our line of Wall Papier Samples. Varietv Store. Black Silk Fobs. Latest styles for men. women and kids—Hugh Moncrief. Judge J. J. Hurst and wife, of Morris, were visiting in town yester day. PrescoLt- Stream Laundry does good work. Telephone 200. His Honor. J. I>. Montgomery, of Hope was a visitor to our city Wed nesday. In the Good Old Summer Time, you need a Hammock. Buy it from Terry Bros. Drug Co. Gents Solid. Gold-Filled and Rolled Plate test chains. The latest out — Hugh Moncrief. , , Dr. A. A. Reeder, of Sutton, was here Thursday to meet his father, who will visit him for awhile. The net proceeds of the entertain ment Monday night. May loth, will go toward helping to lift the debt on the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Just received a line of the latest styles in Duck Huts. Mrs. W. A. Moncrief. Spaulding,or Reach Base Ball Goods can he bought of Terry Bros. Drug Co. They are the official and the kind to l >uy. FOR SALE Onr gentleman's sad dle. One set double buggy harness. One farm wagon. Apply to Mrs J. T. Brooks. Base Ball Goods. Complete line Spaulding and Reach. They are the of ficial goods. To he had at Terry Bros. 1 irug Co. Refrigerators, Coolers, freezers, screen doors and plenty of ice water at t! i- Prescott Supply and Hardware company’s store. If you have a picture you want en larged. bring it to me, you will be more than pleased with the quality and price. Mrs. Shipp. Mrs. \\ . Boyd Heck, of Saint Louis, is with her husband at the Miller House. Mr. Heck is secretary and treasurer of the Penn Lumber Co., of Bierne, Arkansas. T. A. H. S. and Grammar School Graduates have your diplomas framed at Terry Bros. Drug Co. Prices low. Work good. Mrs. Henry Mitchell, who has been in the hospital for the nervous, re- j turned home yesterday. Her health is very much improved. She lives j near Brisbane. We must insist on correspondents giving their names to each letter, we will not publish your real name to the letter unless you desire, but it is for our benefit to know who our corres pondents are. Green's Japs have with them four of the best pitchers of Japan, the cham pion long distance thrower of the Em pire, the greatest Japanese shortstop in the world bar none, and the pick of all the players from the varous schools and universities of Japan. This great | team will play the Prescott tea m at j the East End Park on Monday May 21st. W. G. Vincenheller, director of the Agriculture Experiment Station at Fayetteville, this state, has written Col. T. C. McRae that ‘he will hold a Farmers’ Institute here and one at Blevins, on the Prescott & Northwest ern Ry., some time in July. The date will be fixed later. He asks all the farmers to interest themselves in this matter and give him*a|good turn out. W. T. Hart, wife and children left Thursday on No 6 on an extended visit to relatives in Corinth Miss. Spauldings Base Ball Goods. Every thing. The lowest price. Hugh Moncrief, Sole Agent. Mrs. Dr. B’Shers and sister, Mrs. Crooks, of Fulton, are visiting the doctors’ parents. Squire and Mrs. B’Shers. Dying and cleaning clothes nicely done. Satisfaction guaranteed prices to suit the times. Phone 108. Mrs. C. B. Moon. Dr. Jno. Gill, of Bentonville, Arkan-] sas, spent a few' days here this week at at the bedside of his mother, who is quite sick. TEL’PHONE 200 anfl wa£°n wil1 call — — for your laundry Th work will please you. I guarantee that —Prescott Steam Laundry, How ard Terry, proprietor. Mrs. Bob Crow left for Texerkana yesterday where she will visit her mother for a week before returning to her home in Zualla La., She her been visiting her sister Mrs. Been for sever al days. , Remember we are selling Cultivators cheaper than any one in town. Come quick if you want a bargain. McDaniel Hardware Co. The ladies of the Methodist church will give a Rose Social at the residence of Mrs. C. C. Hamby on Thursday evening May 19th. Refreshments will be served at popular prices. Those who are indebted to the firm* of W. J. White & Co., will please call at the sto.e of Steed Callicott & Co., where our books will be kept and our temporary headquarters. W. J. White & Co. 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 five years. What more could you ask.. Terry 8B0S. DRUG CO ■ Jno. M. Milburn of the Prescott sup ply Hdw. Co., has received one of the best selected and cheapest car of bug pries, surrys and hacks ever brought to Prescott. See him before you buy. He is on the inside with prices and quality. All of the accounts due us if not set tled in ten days will be placed in the hands of our attorney for collection. Please settle at once and save cost of collecting. You will find us it Steed Callicott a- Co. The Japanese on their own island have defeated every team that has gone against them. Practically ever, American man-of-w .r that touche- at Japan has a crack baseball team on board, but none of these American teams has ever succeeded in winning a game from the wiry little Japs. Green's Japs will play the Prescott team at Hast End Park on May 21st. Hugh Moncrief, after a few weeks visit in Kentucky is back at the old stand, looking better than for some time. He is ready to fill all prescrip tions up-to-date with the very best and purest drugs. Come In AND Let> Us Show Mohair-Serges Wash Silks Madras-Oxfords Persian Lawn Organdies and Wash Chiffon. Yours for Buisness White Bro’.s. Wk J White A Co. Our Line of White Goods Consisting of 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. Perfumes, face powders, toilet soaps. Big stock. Imported and home grown. Hugh Moncrief. My Horse and Jack will not beat the Brown place after this date May 12th. Those wishing their services will find them at my home. Sam Cantley. 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. TELEPHONE 200 and wagon will call ~--——----rr=: for your landry The work will pleass you. I guarantee that —Prescott Steam Laundry, How ard Terry, proprietor. FOR SALE—5 1-2 miles northwest of Prescott, 120 acres of sandy land. 00 acres in cultivation: balance in tim ber. Good fence. Everlasting stock watfcr Good 5-room house and out buildings. *00 fruit trees on farm. Near school and church—good commun ity. G. A. DYE. R. F. D. No. 4., Prescott, Ark. The president of the school board. C, C. Hamby, entertained the members of the board, their wives and faculty, on Tuesday evening. May *. After be ing served with punch, the guests re paired to the parlor, here a literary test was enjoyed. Misses Christopher and Royston answering the same num ber of questions correctly had to draw for the prize, which the latter receiv ed. Mr. Haynie carried off the booby. We have decided to sell season tick ets with a guarantee of 25 home games for 85.0b. All ladies can buy a ladies' season ticket fur 82.00, provided same is purchased by June 1st. We will en deavor to make this years base ball games a thing of interest and believe by the co-operation of the town we will put a team on the diamond second to no amateur team in the state. Prescott Base Ball Team. Terry Bros Drug Co. Mgrs. Canvass Shoes FOR THE Whole Family AT White Bro.’s. Deaths from Appendicitis decrease in the some ratio that the use of Dr. King’.- New Life Pills increases. They save you from danger and bring j quick and the painless release from1 constipation and the ills growing out of it. Strength and vigor always follow j their use. Guaranteed by All Drug-j gists. 25c. Try them. Attention Confederates Headquarters Camp Walter Bragg, U. C. V, (len’l Order No. 1 Ail Confederate soldiers are hereby requested to report at BlEe Lake May 23rd, for the purpose of fixing tne time for the meeting of the reunion of 1906, and transaction of any other business necessary for the organization of the same. Signed by order J. H. Watson, O. S. Jones, Adjt. Lt. Col. Comdg. A Mountain of Gold could not bring as much happiness to Mrs. Lucia Wilke, of Caroline, Wis., as did one 25c box of Bueklen’s Arnica Salve, when it completely cured a run ning sore on her leg, which had tortur ed her 23 long years. Greatest antis eptic healer of Piles, Wounde, and Sores. 25c at All Druggist. We Frame Pictures to order. New lot of moulding just received. : : TERRY BROS. DRUG COMPANY Advertised Letters. The following is the list of letters re maining unclaimed in this office for the week ending May 7, 1906, and if not called for by May, 21, 1906, will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office. LADIES. Melinda Dallard, R. A. Haslev, Mattie McGough Pearl Nash. Gennie Hightom, GENTLEMEN. Luther Abernathy, W. A. Burt, A. J. Botts (2) Dee Campbell, S. A. Johnson, A. S. Powell, P. R. Wrightsman. When calling for the above, please say “advertised.” Jack Grayson, P. M. Has Stood the Test Twenty-Five Years The old, original Groov’s Tasteless Chill Tonic. You know what you are takiug. It is iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No Cure, No pay. 50c Call to Confederate Veteran*. I suppose you saw in last week’s paper that I was put on a committee ; to try and pet the old soldiers together at the Clark County picnic. Col. 0. S. Jones told me that we wanted to or ganize and select the place for our re union this summer. So we want all the veterans of Clark and Nevada counties to be there. I guess you all know what it takes to make a good soldier and that is be ing subject to. and obeying orders. Yours, Major 0. L. Moncrief. A Guaranteed Cure for Pile* Itching, blind, bleeding, protruding piles. Druggists are authorized to re fund money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure in 6 to IS days. 50c. NOTICE. If you need wood. Block or Stove, see or phone me. J. F. Hudson. Phone No. 11*1. Misses Irma Hamby and Irene Roys ton are visiting in Little Rock. A. M. Ellsworth is attending the Arkansas Immigration Bureau at Little Rock. Mr-. J. V. Tedford, of Chicago is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex Vaughn. Miss Nannie Warren will very likely teach in the public school at Little Rock next term. All maladies quickly relieved. Life made easy in having prescriptions fill , ed and buying drugs of Hugh Mon crief's. 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. L. J. Bryson will be with the Pres cott Supply and Hardware Company after the first of June. He is one of the stockholders in the firm. Mrs. Jno. A. Davis and Miss Ger trudi* I)a\ is are in Little Rock. They will spend a week or ten days in the City of Roses, guests of Mrs. Alice Bascom. Prof. O. L. Dunnaway left this morn ing for Bee Branch Ark., to join his wife who has been then for several weeks. He will spend the summer in | that part of the state. At a meeting Jf the Board oi Char ties in Little Rock, Miss Laura ( ant ley of this city was re-elected a~si> tar.t matron and Miss Myrtle Ber ry also from this vicinity, was elected assistant nurse of the Deaf Mute In stitute. At a meeting the c.hool, Board yesterday, the following teachers were elected: Prof. W. J. Stone, T. E. Guerin to succeed I,. J. Bryson; and Mis.-. Rudolph of Arkadelphia to succeed Miss Nannie Warren. Miss Hale did not apply but no teacher was elected to succeed her. Opera House MONDAY EVENING. MAY 14th, 1906 CLASSES OF MISS WARREN AND MISS CUMMINGS Elocution and Music will enter tertain the citizen’s of Prescott Programme: Instrumental Duet —Ethel Bailey and Miss Lois Cummings. Recitation —Byron Moody. Recitation —Bessie Evered. Instrumental Duet—Ethel Majors and Susie Haltom. Recitation—Julia Burks. Recitation—Raymond Whitesides. Instrumental Duet— Gip McMillian and Beatrice Beville. Recitation—Thalia Carrington. Tableaux. (1) Before the explo sion. (2) After the explosion. Gypsies. Tableax—Too Hot. Instrumental Trio — Ethel Bailey, Helen Carrington and Miss Cummings Recitation—Ora K. Clack. Instrumental Solo-Helen Carrington Tableaux — Family J-oe. Family Flour. Recitation —Electa Cantley. Instrumental Duet —Muda Haltom and Ora Cummings. Class Recitation. Instrumental Duet—Ora K. and Bur nel Clack. Recitation —Helen Carrington. Recitation —Phlez Stone. Recitation — Burnil Clack. Tableaux —“Sunshine and Shadow.” Duet—Ora Cummings and Ida An drews. Tableaux—City and Country Bells. Mortals Sleep. A continual change of persons on the stage, not monotonous, selections short, making the program not a long one. No charges would be made were it not for the expense of the house. Admission, 10cts, Reserved Seats 15cts Seats on sale at Hesterly Drug Store JJR. W. W. RICE, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office at Hesterly Drug Store—Special Attention to Surgery. Office Phone 73. : : Residence 68 JJR. J. M. POWELL, DENTIST. Office in Hugh Moncrief's Drug Store Prescott, Arkansas. IJR. J. R. YORK, DENTIST. Office in Opera House Building Prescott, : : : Arkansas THE PALACE BARBER SHOP Williams* McKelvey, Proprietors. Everything First-l'la.-:- Clean Towels, Sharp Razors —Rath Room. We will please you—trj us. West Main Street. : Prescott, Arkansas BARBER SHOP Langford and Clemons, Props Up-to-I)ate Bath Rooms — The Artist in the City Front Street - - Prescott. Arkansa D MUON'S Nerve and Rone Oil C ’ Rheumatism, Cuts. Sores . snd Bruises Large bottle 25 cents Ozan Mercantile Co. PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS. No dress material has ever been brought out that had the lasting quality of a good washable Gingham. Our grand mot hers were familar with the old hickory checks and used them for every member of the family—either to make dresses, or shirts for the men. For many years improvements have been made until now the beautiful patterns and fineness of thread is almost equal to the best silk, and yet withal they retain their wearable qualities. Our stock consists of the most beautiful pat terns of the designers art. : : : : : PRICES FROM GINGHAMS 8 to 15 cents the yard