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When you want a good
WATCH, CLOCK OR JEWELRY,
CALL ON
JOHNSON,
the old reliable Jeweler,
RAILROAD WATCH INSPECTOR.
Fine watch repairing a specialty.
PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS.
WAS THE STORY TRUE?
The Democratic Pipers Stated That
Mr. Watson Would Annnounce His
Return To Democracy
Not long since it was announ
ced in the press that lion. 1 lumas
E. Wstson would make a speech
at his home town, Thomson, Ga.
on a certain date and formally
declare his return to the demo
cratic party.
This was certainly an import
ant announcement. Mr. Watson
is the editor of Watson’s Maga
zine, a monthly publication in the
interest of Populism, and the best
political publication on earth. He
is a man of profound learning,
and the most logical writer of
political economy in the United
States. He is a man of great moral
physical courage whose reputat
ion as a truly great man is not
to any party lines. All who read
confined after him. admire and
praise him.
It the story is true that Mr.
Watson has returned t° the dem
ocratic party, it is the most im
portant event that has occured
in several years in the way of a
new accession to some political
faith. It is important on account
of the magnificent importance of
the man.
The time for the promised re
turn has passed, and the notable
speech has been made.
We now rise to ask those who
gave publicity to the statement
of Watson’s return, why they do
not publish the speech?
Why don’t they! Why don't
they publish what he did say in
that speech?
A re they going to leave the pub
lic supposing that Mr. Watson
is row a full fudged democrat?
If we publish what we suppose
to be the truth, and afterwards
learn that the statement is not
true, ard the importance of the
rr: tier is flici nt to demand at
tention, ..ad we ’. fuse t<> make
t h "m .11 .•■ e rect ion, then t he
statem nt ’nee- te.es a lie.
la tha; promised speech here
is tin • i it- t that Mr. Watson
... ^ '
I
came to saying that he had re
turned to the democratic party.
“I have always said that no
man is a better democrat than 1.
We Populists have always
preached Jackson’s and Jeffei
! son’s creed. Bring back their
principles to your party stand
ards and I am with you. ”— From i
speech of Hon. T. E. Wotson at [
his home. Thomson, Ga., last
Saturday.
E. W. Goodloe
St., in Waco,
1 for safety. He
Galveston’s Sea Wall
makes life now as safe in that city as
on the higher uplands,
who resides on Dutton
Tex., needs no sea wa
writes: “I have used Dr. King’s New
Discovery for Consumption the past
five years and it keeps me well and safe
Before that time 1 had a cough which
for years had been growing worse.
Now it’s gone.” Cures chronic coughs
la grippe, croup, whooping cough and
prevents pneumonia. Pleasant to take.
Every bottle guaranteed at all druggist
Price 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
HAPPENINGS
OVER NEVADA
News Gathered By Special Cor
respondents Throughout
The County.
ARTESIAN.
There was no singing at this
place Sunday and we are inform
ed that Prof. Sayles will not lead
the singing any more. We re
gret to see him leave us, but hope
one will take his place.
There was a secret meeting
, held at this place last Tuesday
land it has not been learned what
I the meeting was held for but
there are a great many rumors
but don’t think any of them are
' true.
The school at this place is large
ly attended. Miss Maggie Dil
lon is the teacher and they all
seem to like Ifor. We wish her
a good school and all should at
, tend that can.
The wind storm a couple of
w eeks ago did considerable dam
age to the farmer’s crops, blow
ing it down. The cotton is look
ing go >d at present, lhe tann
ers will reap a big crop this fall.
The big meeting starts Satur
Carry a f W and complete line of Ludinghaus
Wagons* Mccr Buggies, Deering Mowers, Interna
tional Hay Prceses, Forge Coal, Charcoal, Roofing
iron, Ga*vunited iron, Tin Plate, make and repair
tin and galvanised ware.
We iiso carry the best STOVE in the world
iBridg Reach). all guaranteed and none returned
Barbed Wire, Smooth Wire, Farm Fence in all
heights. Or.r stock of FURNITURE and House
FurnUhing are not surpassed by anv in South
Arkansas. Our line of CHAIRS, Diners and
Rockers are up to date. Heavy and Shelf Hard
ware, am thing- >«>u want can oe found in our
stock. We car \ the heaviest and best selected
stock of Wagon Material of any in the country.
Blacksmith*- are invited to call and compare
prim Our st< ck of Saddles complete and you
f ’om i vi ry low price up to $35.00.
\Ve earrv ; larp stock' >f Angle and double Bug
1< J
W l il ■ • . * 11- ' 4 i . . v. c • * til-.' i'
we operate an up-to-date Harness shop, do all
kinds of repair work. When in need of any
4 ’ * , * ♦!-’ 1" x ' •* i -t •' 1 - 4
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Li. U
Uio iiiiO, our’priCv.o urc 1
We thank our customers for their liberal pat
ronage and hope to merit a continuance of same.
We are located in Milbun Block, West Main street.
Your s to Serve,
McDaniel Hardware Co.
day night. Let all come and
bring some one with them.
We hate to hear the news of
Mr. Andrews selling the Pica
yune, but will decide like him,
best to sell than to loose all. Mr.
Andrews has done his best to
please all, but some can never be
satisfied.
BODCAW.
Health is still good for the time
of the year.
Crops fine as can be.
Water-melons plentiful.
The shingle machine at this
place is now cutting a fine lot of
shingles.
The weathe. all last week was
fine for maturing the crops.
We are sorry to note that Mrs. 1
Warren Heart is sick, hope she
will be well soon.
Mr. Jasper Russell was sick aj
few days last week. Glad to see j
him out again.
We hear that Mr. Warren Heart
is talking of moving back to Hope j
We hate to loose a good man.
Mr. Frith is preparing to move!
again soon.
After visiting his father and
family of this place several days
Mr. Oscar Guttry returned to his
home near College Hill last Wed
nesday.
Mr. Foster Cox of this place
returned home last Tuesday from
several days visit to relatives and
friends in the extreme part of
south Arkansas and north Louis
ana. Mr. Cox reports a pleas
ant trip, and very fine crops
where ever he went.
Mrs. Bourland of this place left
last Friday for Camden, where
she will remain two weeks vis
iting relatives and friends.
The protracted 'meeting at
Union church, three miles north
of this place, closed last Friday.
All report a good meeting.
OAK GROVE.
Health in this vicinity is not
very pood at this writing.
Miss Alice Hannah, from near
Caney church is visiting her
cousin, Miss Mae Hannah.
Icecream supper given by Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Walthall was highly
appreciated by all present.
The protracted meeting at Mt.
Nebo will start Aug. 11. Iam
praying the Lord that we have a
good meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gurley of
Emmet are moving down to his
fathers, Mr. Bill Curley’.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Riggs, a fine hoy.
Srecess to the Pic and its many
read ers.
Cures Chror.'c Ca cs.
Cures every time: “Your Hughes
T(: ic for chilis ami fever has never
failed y et, and 1 have sold it lou nun:
her of chronic casus. Il cures then
every time.” Sold by dru:rgist hOe.
and $1.00 bottles
PREPARED UY
ROBINSON-PETTET CO., (ING) LOUISVILLE.
Littledoctor
KNOWS
all about Liver Com
plaints. He says there’s
no reason to be sick
arouse the Liver; build
up your system with
Ramon’s Liver Pills and
Tonic Pellets--a sure,
safe and swift cure. 25c
for Complete Treatment.
For Sale By AH Druggists.
Deafness Cannot, be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Fust
achian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, Deafness is the result, and
unless the inflamation can be taken out
and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever; rtine cases out of ten are caused
by Catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall’s
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.
F J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 7~>c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa
tion.
Cure for Insomnia,
A New York clubman, whose
family is known to take earnest
exception to his late hours, the
result of his inord note love for
bridge, recently encountered his
physician on the street.
“How are you feeling these
days?” asked the medico.
“Very well, indeed, thank you.”
replied the clubman, "but I'm a
bit worried about iny wife, doc
tor. She suffers dreadfully from
insomnia. I have been on the
point for some time of consult
ing you about her case. What
would you suggest?”
“You might try getting home
earlier,” observed the physician.
Pretty Bad.
“Who are you?” asked the city
man who had been lured out to
Agueville by the press agent of
the real estate owner.
“Oh, I am tin* ‘oldest inhabit
ant’ that you read so much about
in the circulars,” drawled the sal
low individual with sunken
cheeks.
“What? Why, I thought they
stated that you were the picture
of health?”'
“So I am, mister; the kind of
health you get out here.”
Masculine and Feminine.
Dumley—I see they're making
quite a social lion of you, but it
doesn’t seem to hurt you.”
Springer—No; my wife and I
are still happy.
Corrected Twice-a-Week By W. B.
Waller West Elm Street.
COTTON — Middling; to-day,
9 Good middling 9 1-2.
CORN Mixed, 70 to 75 cents.
OATS Feed, 47 1-2 to 50;
HIDES Green, 5 to 7c; dry
salt, 7 1-2 to 10c, dry flint. 15 to
17c.
WOOL Burry unwashed, 10
to 15c; clean unwashed, 15 to
2t> cents; tub washed, 25 to 40c.
BEESWAX 20 to 25 cents.
TALLOW 2 to Me.
DRY SALT MEAT Extra
short clear. 10 1-2 cents.
SMOKED BACON Extra
Short, clear 11 1-2 cents.
A Mystery Solved
“How to keep off periodic attacks of
biliousness and habitual constipation
was a mystery that Dr. King’s New Life
Pills solved for me,” writes John N.
Pleasant, of Magnolia, lnd. The only
pills that are guaranteedtogive perfect
satisfaction to every body or money re
funded. Only 25c. at all druggists.
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interior, Iauiii Oflico at Cam
<!* t Arkansas, July 26. 1906.
Notice Is hereby Riven that the fol hr named
s< t tier has filed notice of his intension to mak»'
knal proof in support of his elaiin. and that haul
proof will l*e made before Clerk of the County
Court of Nevada County in his olfu • at Presc.it
Arkansas, 01 September 11th. 1906, viz: Jam*•>
A Reynolds f Prescott, Arkansas, H. K, No.
1M0££ for the S 1-2 SW 1-4 and S 1-‘J SL 1 4 Sec. Ik
T. 1" S.. R. j:' W . ath P M.. Ark.
lie names the followinx witnesses t-> prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivation of said
lain I viz:
Louis V. Morrow of Prescott Ark,
Jarre• C. Morrow of Prescott Ark.
Isaac P. Harris of Pr--scott. Ark.
Dudley M- Kinnan of P>esc»tt Ark
H. G. l lllF.IUUilM. Kenist*
NEWTH \ KING
Cier<“'al Black Smith? and
Vtfuud rioikuieu.
ALL WORK NKATI.Y 1>«»N)
Prices Reasonable
Cor. West Main and 1 hird Streets
Prescott, - - - - Arkansas.
BEING PERMANENTLY
LOCATED MERE IS WORTH SOMETHING
TO THE PATONS OF AN ART STUDIO.
SEE ME WHEN YOU NEED PHO
TOGRAPHS.
Mrs. M Shipp.
Studio West Main St.
SPECIAL SALE
AT THE
The New York Store.
%
On Summer Clothing, the Heaviest Reduction^
Made in this County or Town.
Men’s Suits Values $6.00 cut to 3.50 $8.00 !
cut to 5.00; $12.00 cut to 7,75; $16. 00 cut
to 11:50. Youths $5.00 cut to 3.00; $8.00
cut to 5.00; $12.00 cut to 7.50. Childrens
suits from $1.00 to 4.50. All styles, all sizes i
all materials, all colors. You will save at !
least $5. on each suit and get clothing that
will satisfy and please you. We have cut
the price on Gents Furnishings almost to
nothing.
The Grandest Shoe Value and the most magnifi.
cent line of foot wear ever offered in the latest fash
ions and the newest models, this seasons goods and
perfect in every respect. This sale again demon
strates the pre-eminent values and superior barga ns
the public always secure from us. All summer goods
must be turned into cash by September 1st.
Get the Habit and do your Trading with the
New York Store
L. SUCKLE, Proprietor.
4
fftSSSig
A Sure Cure
for Rheumatism, Cuts,
Sprains, Wounds, OU
Sores. Corns, Bunion*
Galls, Bruises, Contracted Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Joint*
Frosted Feet, Bums, Scalds, etc.
AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Influx
matien. and drives out Pain
PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissue*
promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the MusgIm
natural elasticity.
BEST UNIMENT ON EARfM
ONCE TRIED AfeWAWS USED
CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM
Mrs. E. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St., Knoxville,
Tenn., writes: “ I have been trying the bathsof
Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I
get more relief from Ballard’s Snow Liniment
than any medicine or anything I have ever tried.
Inclosed find postoffice order for $1.00. Send me
large bottle by Sonthern Express.”
THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00
BE SURE YOU GET THE OENUINE
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
ST. LOUIS, U. S. A.
SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY
Baker i>rug Store.
FREE TOBACCO fOR
ADVERTISING PURPOSES
/
Ci'he manufacturer ui
W' BLACK BEAR
CH£Wi.VS TOdUCCO
has authorized all dealers in this section to give
Oih Plug of BLACK BEAR fr«o with each sale of Two Plugs.
Two Plugs of BLACK BEAR free with ea{h sale of Four Plug*.
Three Plugs of BLACK BEAR t,oe with each sale of Six Plugs.
This extremely liberal offer is made at the expense of the mart®**
turer, and is for advertising purposes only. This will give an opportunity
to all who like dark, rich and lightly sweetened tobaccos, to lay in ag00*
supply of tobacco of unsurpassed merit while this offer lasts. .
'I he object of this deal is not to sell BLACK BEAK tobacco at
than the regular price, but it is to convince all who like tobacco si®*
in grade, ’hat BLACK It LA K is the best of its' kind. j
' "is olier is nude to.- a limited time—as the manufacturer couio
: in ini \ ont-tvie it indt finitely, *nd with the expectation that all wM*
*■ ''if nke tan tobacco ;o well they will continue to use it P®*"~
t.etiuN.
r at Tt:r: nrtsLER’t
BARBER. SHOP
! f ! ar c! ( lemons, F’rops
l Up-to-Date Bath Rooms — The
Artist in the City
Front Street - - Prescott, Arkansas
THE PALACE BARBER SHOP
Williams* McKolvey. Proprietors.
Everything First-Class Clean Towels,
Sharp Razors Rath Room. We
will please you—try us.
West Main Street, : Prescott, Arkansas
|)R. J. M. POWELL
dentist.
Office in Hugh Moncrief’s D«
Prescott. Arkansas
JJR. W. W. RICE.
PHYSICIAN and SURgJ
Office at Hesterly Drug Stor«'
Attention to burg**
Office Phone 73.
Kesi*

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