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HINTON DRUG GO.
<jWe 3iiy 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 DRUG CO. ^ Local News. I Interesting Happenings in and I WJ Around Town x jutterick Patterns at Ozan Mer. Co. Irs. Mary Story visited in Hope this iorghum seed and stock peas at Ozan r. Co. Irs. Thomp- >n, of Hope, is visiting the city. f you want underwear, come to bite Bros Irs. Gett \V lsor. i turned to Na.sh ie. Monda; . ffedeliver — Drug Store Goods Hes lv Drug Store The Delineator for June now on sale Ozan Mer. Ct STew 4 room house and 3 acres land, ,00(i. See Elsworth. Prof. Dwight Blake, of Arkakelphia. is in the city yesterday on business. My hobby; Prescriptions—f oreigr. d domestic chemicals. A full line. Hugh Moncrief. Telephone Hesterly Drug Store for erything in the drug store line. Black Silk Fobs. Latest styles for en, women and kids —Hugh Moncrief. Spauldings Base Ball Goods. Every ing The lowest price. Hugh Moncrief, Sole Agent. W L. Miller returned from Little ick yesterday evening A. H. Hicks, of Cale, Ark., was in ecity. Thursday. J. A. Jordan, of Emmet, R. F. D.. a. 1 was a caller Thursday. Mrs. \Y C. Hatley returned Thurs y from a ort visit to relatives in ope. The little ■£ ! of Mr Charley Moon s heen very sick, but r conval cent Gent.- Solid, Gold-Filled and Rolled late vett chains. The latest out — ugh Mon.Tivf In the Guo, (ilu Sum.nu ? T ir.t, you W a Hammock. Buy it from, Terry r-s Dr .u f Mr and Mr- D. M. City. ofOzan, ere in P.-vsc ;t r- . first i f the week siting rer.itn Don’t forget C.nidren = day tomorrow t Midway Church gr j.nds. A big mo is anticipated. The Most. Particular % People Could not ask for a more Perfect Cotfee 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 Go. 11" "' ■ 1 Go out to the ball game today. See Mrs. Wade for Duel: Hats. Mrs. Ike Nichols, of Rolf I T. is visiting in the city. Jr.o Daley Parker and Lee Warmack of Bodcaw were in the city yesterday. •J. : May and John Guthrie, of Art esian were trading in town yesterday. PrescoLL Sceam Laundry does good work. Telephone 200. •J. R Lambert, of Sutton was jolly ing around town yesterday You can’t lose. John. J M. Milburn. R C Bailey and H. A. Sykes made a business trip t<» Hope yesterday. Misses Warren and ■ hnstoper went to Emmet Wednesday, returning Thurs day morning All tr.e singers are especially invited to come to Midway camp ground to morrow. Big day Ice water, freezers, coolers screen doors at the Prescott Supply and Hard ware Company's store. When you want insurance see Thos. C. McRae, Jr. Life, Accident and Health, at Bank of Prescott. When you want insurance see Thos. C. McRae, Jr. Life. Accident and Health, at Bank of Prescott. Save your laundry for me, I will call for it. Jno. T. Milburn, Agent for Arkadelphia Steam Laundry. When you want insurance see Thos. C. McRae, Jr. Life. Accident and Health, at Bank of Prescott. Melvin I>avi- ar.o family are visiting in Prescott, the guests of Mr.-. G. R. Blake, who is Mrs. Davis’ sister. W. F. Williamson left Thursday for Nashville, where he vill bo for 2 or 3 months plying his trade —carpenter. Car Forge Coal, just received The Etna, the best on earth. McDaniel Hardware Co. Tr.t daintiest perfumes the world products domestic and imported are al ways ir. stock at Hesterly Lung Store. Spa aiding or Reach Base Ball Goods can be bought of Terry Bros. Drug Co. T,.< \ art tin* official and the kind to buv. Base Ba’l Goods. Complete line aulding and Reach. They are the of ficial goods To be had at Terry Bros. Drug Cc. Our drug:- are dependable, <>ur prices popular, and «>. endeavor to make our service wholly satisfactory.—Hesterly Drug Store. Mrs W A. Moncrief is making es pecial;'. iov. prices on her hats. You car. save money by calling on her be fore you buy. Refrigerators, Coolers, freezers, screen doors and plenty of ice water at the Prescott Suppit and Hardware company’s store. Jetf Davis has called upon the feder al authorities at Washington, D C., to help keep the “lid on" Hot Springs. Is it so bad as that ? The best of everything in tolilet art icles is represented by our store. \ ou 11 not find a better variety anywhere. — Hesterly Drug Store. We will soon issue a list of lands to send to northern and eastern land seekers. Now is the time to list your farm. See Ellsworth. Capt. J. H. Black ar.d W. Y. Foster, of Hope, were in the city Thursday on their way to attend a meeting of the gt< ekholders of the oil mill. Mr. Holt, of Memphis, who repre sents the American Type Foundry Co., was in the city yesterday looking after the wants of the newspaper men. W. H. Siders who has charge of the Mail line from the city to Ozan mill contributed a Plunk to the Picayune this week. May his tribe increase. Mrs. E. R. Armistead who has been living with her son George, in Texas, since the death of her husband. Dr. E. R. Armistead, returned yesterday. Mrs. Fletcher Logan and Master Logan Crow visited Hope yesterday. j Bay the Victor Talking Machine and records from A. Monson. new lot just ! received. Mrs. Butler Brady and Miss Brady, of Emmet, were visiting in the city this week. The Ozan Mercantile Co. has had a ! new cloth awning erected in front of their large store. We are glad to see Miss Lacy back at her post of duty with Mrs. Wade after a brief illness Perfumes, face powders, toilet soaps. Big stock. Imported and home grown. High Moncrief. FOR SALE. -Six room cottage large lot both v eil and city water good bath fixtures apply to Mrs Calwell for par ticulars oppisite Baptist church. I take orders for music rolls for all Piano Piayers and Player Pianos. Come and select your choice from catalogue. A. Monson. Four room house, one-naif block land j high and dry. Good garden, strong well of water. $500.00. See Ellsworth. Weaver Jordan, of St. Louis, is visit ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Jordan. Weaver is Auditor on the Frisco and makes his headquarters in St. Louis. All maladies quickly relieved. Life made easy in having prescriptions fill ed and buying drugs of Hugh Mon : crief’s. L. E Pittman who ha- been visiting here f <r several weeks, left for Fort Worth Mr. Pittman is a newspaper man and will take a position on the Texas Farm Journal, in Dallas. Prescription perfection. Our labels is a safeguard against impurities and ; mistakes. A bottle of medicine from here always contains just what the doc tor orders. — Hesterlv Drug Store. Prescriptions, Drugs, Chemi cals. All packages bought, of me delivered to any part of cit.y free: day or night-Hugh Moncrief. If yot* wish to sell your farm this summer or fall you should list it now to get the benefit of our summer ad vertising. .See Ellsworth the next time you are in town. Ti 11 C and , G r a m a r • School Graduates have your diplomas framed at Terry , Bros. Drug Co. Prices low. Work good. The head carpenter for the Ozan Lumber Co. August Derks, is con structing some new residences for the : Co. on the property recently bought by them from the Powers place. There will be some 12 or 15 of these cottages 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 m honest gallons. Guaranteed five years. What more could you ask. Terry BROS. DRUG CO. A Guaranteed Cure for Piles Itching, blind, bleeding, protruding piles. Druggists are authorized to re fund money if Pazo Ointment fails to cure in 6 to 18 days. >0e. -- WANTED.—Man and wife t<> board , apply to Mrs. Mattie Caldwell opposite Baptist church. 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 tjuick if you want a bargain. McDaniel Hardware Co. | Dying and cleaning clothes nicely done. Satisfaction guaranteed prices to ! suit the times. Phone 108. Mrs. C. B. Moon. TEL’PHONE 200 and wagon will call ■■a 1 for your laundry Th work will please you. I guarantee that - Prescott Steam Laundry, How ard Terry, proprietor. Dr. T. D. Cathey, of Wilton, but | formerly of Prescott, is back on a I visit. He will visit his mother and brother and his wife’s relatives, near Roughton. Anyone desiring to purchase all or any part of the stacking sticks on the grounds of the Furniture Factory. See Mr. Mahoney, night-watchman at the hardwood mill. C. S. McCAIN. Receiver. Muslin underwear, at White Bros. Prescott St»eam ^ Laundry does good work. Telephone 2 OC Uncle Johny Weaver who had a stroke of paralysis a week or two ago is in a critical condition. Mrs. Wade has reduced the prices on all of her hat-. See her when you want a nice hat for a little money. We will sell, or trade you some cows with young calves for dry cows or1 other cattle. 3-w. Burk and Billingsley. W. C. Wicker, of Weaver, was in the city Wednesday and carried out a Deering mower and rake. The best on earth. NOTICE.— When you have any com plaint to make about your lights, call Phone No. 13, and Mr. W. T. Butcher will gladly attend to the trouble. A. C. Broadaway, of Jonesboro, was here yesterday to see his uncle, Johinie : Weaver, who is very sick. He is special agent for the Cotton Belt at that place. TELEPHONE 200 and wagon will call . "•■■= for your landry The work will pleass you. I guarantee that —Prescott Steam Laundry, How ard Terry, proprietor. We want your business, if you want the lowest prices ever heard of on any thing in the Hardware and Furniture line, come ar 1 see us. We have the goods and will undersell all competitors. McDaniel Hardware Co. .T no. M. Mi [burn of the Prescott sup ply Hdw. Co., has received one of the be-t selected and cheapest car of bug gies, surrys and backs ever brought to Prescott. See him before you buy. He is or. the inside with prices ar.d quality. H V. Scott and family will leave next week for a genera! outing They have a large wagon fixed up for the trij Vick ha? not yet decided exactly his route, but will go to all the health resorts ir. the country before his return next fall. We will give our >-eaders his way bill next week. When “Central” gets in its new! quarters or Wes' Mam Street in Dr J. B. Chastain’s new building the "hello” girls will not have to climb u(' the •golden stairs”— hardh. For Central \vi! then be or. the first fioor and have the entire north room, and be in easy egress to all comers and goers. A new iron front awning hangs on the entire width of this new budding >• mote it be. Edison’s Electric Globes, 16 and 32 candle power. Ad justed t»o PrescoCt plant*. All electrical fixtures-HughMon crief. The Ozan Lumber Co,, is putting' in 4 or 5 new up-to-date machines in their planing mill room, and every day turn out 45,00" feet of band sawed pine lumber. This lumber firm have 5 or 6 engines constantly going, which give employment ti> that many gangs of men with IS to 2" men in each gang, who every day are increasing their lumber out-put, and more fully pushing this mill enterprise to the front as one of Prescott’s get there Eli business firms. ( “Circumstances is said to be the sports of men, and men are said to be the sports of circumstances.” Let that be as it may—however, those three lady horseback riders who last Wednes day evening gave all observers really to understand that they could enjoy esquestrian sport as well as many “others.” It is not drawing it mildly, when we say—these ladies can and will give the man cards, and SDads any old time, and beet them a block —when it comes to equestrianism W e raise our hat-you bet. --- 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 this salve with the best results. Price 2oc. So[d by Baker Drug Store. To Close at 7 P. M. The following petition has been cir culated among our business men Prescott, Ark., May24th, 1906. We the undersigned business men of Prescott agree to close our places of business at 7 o’clok p. m. beginng June 1st, 1906, and continue to do the same until the 1st, of September. 1906. ex cept the 20th of each month and on Saturday night of each month. NAMES. W. B. Waller. Variety Store. Munn & Duke. W. T. Hart. Hitt Bros. Grocery Co. L. Suckle. J. B. Jordan. Prescott Hardware Co. Wm. Gee & Son. W. A. McMillian. Prescott Mercantile Co. J. H. Kershaw. White Bros. Stud Callecott & Co. Gee Bros. J. K. Hamilton & Co. McDaniel Hardware Co. The Best. Hughes’ the best : —"Havebeen sell ing Hughes’ Tonic for years. It is the best remedy for chills and fever, curing several cases with one bottle. Honest and valuable remedy.” Sold by Drug gists— 50c. and $1.00 bottles. PREPARED BY ROBINSON-PETTET CO.. (INC) LOUISVILLE. STRAYED. From the Aburrow Pasture, 1 mile north of Prescott, on the 23rd, 2 Angora Goats, Buck and Nannie. Buck has register tag on right ear. I will pay a reasonable reward for their return or for information leading to their re covery. K. W. Burke. Warm spring days produce a feeling of drowsiness if the body is loaded with the impurities of winter diet. Cleanse the blood, liver and bowels with Prick ly Ash Bitters. It creates energy ami cheerfulness. Impurities in the blood produced by digestive disorders must be driven out before hot weather sets in, otherwise sickness will appear at a time when a strong vigorous body is most needed. Prickly Ash Bitters will expel all im purities and put the system in perfect order We have decided to sell season tick ets with a guarantee of 25 home games for $5.00. All ladies can buy a ladies’ j season ticket for $2.On, provided same j 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. “What's in a name?” The word “bitters" does not always indicate something harsh and disagreeable, i Prickly Ash Bitters is proof of this. * It cleanses, strengthens and regulates j the system thoroughly, yet it is so! pleasant the most delicate stomach j will not obieet to it. FOR SALE—5 1-2 miles northwest of Prescott, 120 acres of sandy land. 60 acres in cultivation; balance in tim ber. Good fence. Everlasting stock j water, Good 5-room house and out | buildings. s,"‘ fruit trees >>r farm. Near school and church—good commun ity. G. A. DYE. R. F D No. 4., Prescot' A Shoes FOR THE Whole Family ! White Bro.’s. HON. DAVID 0. ROBINSON, Benefited by Vinol After All Other Medicines Had Failed. The Hon. David O. Robinson county treasurer of Frankford, Kv., writes: — “I was very much run down from over work, and suffered from indigestion and a severe nervous trouble. The medicines prescribed ail failed to help me. and I could not take cod liver oil or emulsions, as the greasy mixtures up set my stomach. One of our county officials told me about your delicious cod liver preparation, Vinol, and what it had done for him. I decided to try it— and in a remarkably short time I was a well man. Vinol built me up, cured my stomach and nervous trouble and I not been so well for years.” The propetor of the Baker Drug Store, says: “Vinol cures conditions like this because it positively contains in a highly concentrated form all of the vitality-making and body-building pro perties of cod liver oil actually taken from fresh cods’ livers, and without a drop of oil to upset the stomach and retard its work. “We ask every run down, nervous, debilitated, aged or weak person in Prescott and every person suffering from stubborn colds, hanging on coughs, bronchitis or incipient consumption to try Vinol on our guarantee to return your money if it fails to give satisfa tion.” Baker Drug Store. Stomach Troubles. Mrs. Sue Martin, an old and highly respected resident of Faisonia, Miss., was sick with stomach trouble for more than six months. Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets cured her. She says: “I can now eat anything I want and am the proudest woman in the world to find such a good medi cine. ” For sale by Baker Drug Store. Samples free. Advertised Letters. The following is the list of letters re maining unclaimed in this office for the week ending May 28, 1906, and if not called for by June, 4th, 1906, will be forwarded to the Dead Letter Office. LADIES. Burkman, Medie Daniel, Mary Muller, E. H. Mrs. GENTLEMEN. Iasebeer, E. R Green, Iarry Gray, James Johnson, Rener Marshton. Clabing Welch, Mr. 0. When calling for the above, please say “advertised.” Jack Grayson, P. M. -- DeaLhs from Appendicitis decrease in the some ratio that the use of Dr. King’s New Life Pills increases. They save you from danger and bring quick and the painless release from constipation and the ills growing out of it. Strength and vigor always follow their use. Guaranteed by All Drug gists. 2oc. Try them. What Merit Will Do. Meyer Bros. Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo., write Sep. 4. 19t'5: “We have no hesitancy in admitting that merit is the prime factor in creating the de mand for Dr. Mendenhall’s Chill and Fever Cure. It rank:, among our best sellers.'' Sold by honest druggists. WHITE’S Dream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORN - REwnn THE CHILDREN S FAVORITE TONIr ^ uru*tc or IMITATIONS 1 Ml aiNU NC FNirASIO ONLY t< Ballard-Snow Liniment Co* ft-r lOU!» MO Baker Drug Store. We Carry the v Largest Stock of Dry Goods and Groceries in Prescott Quality high, prices low . CALL AND SEE US