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IN DRUGS. Hesterly Drug Store. OPPOSITE THE BANK S PRESCOTT. (jeo. J. Terry Co. CONfECTIONCRS jynit, Candy, Cigars, Tobacco, Bread, Cold Drinks, Cream Etc. *tsco»». Arkansas. bare running the Mil ler Hotelat 00 and $1.25 a day. BAN ROOMS, CLEAN BEDS, GOOD MEALS. THE MILLER HOTEL Local News. Intar«*tiftg Happening* in and Around Town. Sawed Oak fence Posts at ley yard. ihn Caldwell went to Benton morning. T. Marlar of Rosston was in city today. Wall paper, a comple line at Variety Store. Lawn Swings, good ones. Prescott Supply & Hdw Co. . L. Miller, of Marshall, Tex ame in last night. im-On last Tuesday, to VVal iendrix and wife, a girl. '. McDaniel, of Boughton. in the city this morning. Ice picks, fans and many r articles you need, at the ety Store. Hamilton & Capelle are the s friends—when it comes to ling pictures. A. S. Buchanan, who has quite sick for the past week, ported as much better this ling. •Keg Olives and Dill les at Howard Terry’s. Get in to- swim and have picture.' framed. Hamilton peile, residence phone 275. • A. S. B ehanan who has Quite sick with slow fever. Port--d n better this ing. 'or >;i. (»r , g'ood-as-new ^ '*i -'ell at a baiyam. Jamks Bliss. | A VtitcH in lime saves nine g I Save many a .sick .spell I by giving Ihe chi la BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP EVERY MOTHER sHoald keep mipplj..,! v-j,|, Bapart«'s Horehound Syrup, if ah# io-r ,-liildr, n fror rious siek j»• 11 -. It eon fur s !i‘•solut.-iy noth in# injurious, does not constipate, hood A'.'lr "* well as adults. ^medial" "fl0U loU<-ls tu consumption and should he chocked A Household Necessity. J- (' Smith. Houston. Toy us. write-: "I hav* u*»«d ai.uii > Hofei,.,imd Svrup jr my family tor the past * / ,,rs ari l find far sir-i t a* *-th»ir r*>ufh 4' , • 'v»» ] ivm i ri»ui. Vw \v h >iw *1 i .should be i’l *i'■ with thisv rthy i The i"> :!ighl r f Ch?J ;|*en. >l ^S ' OHS, COLDS, V. r * ><*ki ! •: ■ ' i '■ ?5e, 5Cc, ?. ’-i $’. .) A''*«* ’) si B:r; * >a‘Lud Snow Liniment Co. North Second Street, jf. ST. LOUIS, MO., M Sold and Recommended by Biker’s Drug Store. —Buy your rough lumber from the Hatley yard or mill. Prompt delivery made. Mrs. Dr. Sid Weaver of Fulton, who has been visiting her moth er, Mrs, M. J. Ellis the pa^t week, returned to her home this morning. A. R. Barr, out on Route 2, killed a rattler in his lot yester terday that measured 5 feet and had 13 rattles, and he said part of them had been torn off. —On June 1st 1908,1 will again take charge of my restaurant on West Main Street, and respect fully solicit your patronage. Mrs. I. S. Black. — Dr. R. L. Hinton is still in the Optical business. Has had ; 30 years experience. Will give satisfaction or your money back. Will repair broken frames. Office at Geo. Terry’s store. E. W. Conklin, w' o has re-! cently been offered a situation at Stamps, it is understood, will not aceept, but will remain in Pres cott and learn the millinery busi ness. — Until the first of June, with each purchase amounting to 2oc or more, we will give a nice pal metto fan. Variety Store. — Hamilton £ Capelle have the ladies looking through a glass in a picture frame. —Deering Mowers and Rakes. We have them. Prescott Supply Hardware Co. I have bought the Daniel Shoe and Harness repair shop, and will continue business at the same stand, doing all kinds of repair work at reasonable prices. Give me a trial. I. P. Seal. PHOTOGRAPHS cheaper than ever before. For the next thirty days we will make a special price of $2.50 j>er dozen on regu lar $4.00 cabinet work. You will not have a chance like this again, so don't wait. See sam ples in window at A. W. Newth’s Studio. Jim Snodgrass has been elected and he now wants to file your gin saws. Rev. I. R. M. Beeson, of Saint Louis, was a pleasant caller this j morning. He is representing the Christian Home at Council Bluff. Iowa. LOST Between Iron bridge and P. Norman’s on Rosston road, a blue e ambrey shirtwaist worked with white thread. Fin der will please bring to this office. The ladies of the Rebecca Lodge will give an ice cream supper on the* night of Tuesday, June 9, and everybody is invited. The pro ceeds of this supper will go to, purchase regalia for the Rebecca 1 )dge. - -Buy your flowers, bulbs, plants, etc., from Vestal & Son Little Rock. — Have your harness and sad dles repaired by a man of exper ience. Buggies painted, and all other repair work. Mention your trouble. Phone 219. John Lancaster. Mrs. C. B. Ambler returned to her home at Malvern this morn ing, accompanied by Miss Grace Teal, who will be Mrs. Ambler’s guest for the next two weeks. Major Otis Moncrief has been appointed Assistant Quarter master General on the Staff of the Major General Commanding, James H. Berry, and has been notified to report at Arkansas Headquarters at Birmingham on June 9. At the city council meeting yesterday D. J. Montgomery was selected as City Scavenger, and he will enter upon the duties of that office at once. Mr. Montgo mery says that he will give the duties personal supervision, and that with the co-operation of the people, he will keep Prescott in a sanitary condition this summer. -—New Candy—All kinds at* Howard Terry’s. — For Sale —Hundreds of old Georgia Coliard plants. 10 cents per hundred. O.L. Moncrief. Mrs. J. V. Tedford, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ah x Vaughan, for the past three months, and who had intended leaving for her home at Salt Lake City last Sunday, on account of so much rain, wash outs and bad railroad connec tions. will remain in Prescott for about ten days. —Good Ice Gream all the Lime aL Howard Terry’s Special Spring clearing sale during May. Pianos and talking machines on installment. All other goods cash; all goods at a cut price except talking machines at A. Monson’s Music Store. The State Democratic Conven tion meets in Little Rock next Tuesday. It promises to be an interesting convention from the fact that there will be at least two contests to decide. The young ladies, who are yet in their teens, and who reside in the Andrews Addition and Jones Boulvard. have organized them selves into a society, known as tLie “Willing Workers,” and they meet this afternoon at three o’clock with Misses Mary and Susie Jones. Misses H' len An drews and May Horn will be the guests of honor at the meeting today. From Tueid»7'» W. K. Buchanan is a visitor to Tevarkanatoday. Born —to J. P. C’allicott and wife, Sunday morning, a girl. E. P. Hale, a prominent farm er out on route 6. was a pleasant caller yesterday. Craig Woosley of Mt. Moriah was water bound here for a few hours this morning. Tom Hood, of Emmet, is in the city today. He reports heavy rain there yesterday and last niglu. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. W. Duke visited in Hope yesterday, the guest, of their daughter, Mrs. W. M. Hart. K. J. Tali’ten-o has moved his place < b isiness to Elm Street, in the 1» hiding with Seal-, the s lot- col 'blel'. I. C. C’allicott of Itius, Tenn.. stopped over in Prescott yester i iy to visit with relatives. .Air. Callicott is enroute home from \Tac< . Texas. Last night one of the heaviest rain fails for sometime visited Prescott. Tne government gauge showed a little over three inches for the past twenty-four hours. WHITE’S Cream Vermifuge THE 6UAIMRTEEI WORM REMEDY THE CMUMEirS FAVOUfTE TONIC. MVIH *r IIITITtlH. TNI MNMIMA NIMIIt (MT If ftallard-Snow Unlneal te AT, ■.•VIA, IW. For sale at Baker’s Drug Store J. B Stone, who was at Bierne last night, reports a severe wind storm at that place. He tells us that much fence was blown down and the church was blown from its foundation. Rev. M. D. Williams and fami- i ly, of Locksburg, for several jears, are now in the city visiting the family of M. H. Bailey, j They will leave this afternoon for Augusta, Ark., where Mr. Will iams has charge of a church. J. B. Kelly, who lives on route 6, in the edge of Hempstead C( unty, was in town yesterday and called at the Picayune office. Mr. Kelly says that he will keep his hogs up, and that he did not have to be forced by law to do right. Garrett Whitesides and wife, of Washington. District of Colum bia, are in the city, guest of Mrs. Whitesides’ parents at the Park Hotel. Mr. Whitesides is private secietary to Congressman Ben Cravens. Mr. and Mrs. White sides will visit relatives at Nash ville before returning to Washing ton. The case of Hood vs. Bell which involves the validity of the fence law in Hempstead county was decided by the supreme court on the 18th instant to be invalid. That is to say, the court held that it had never been put in force. Saturday the Supreme Court set aside the judgment in order to hear a petition for a re hearing. which the attorneys will present within two weeks. So the case is still undecided until the motion can be disposed of. The court may yet hold the law good. This leaves'.the case just as it siood before the decision of the Supreme Court. From Monday's Dave Snell of Emmet is here today. W. D. Wi liams from Waldo is in the city. John Patten, of Little Rock, is in the city. Mrs. Tom Hitt is visiting rela tives at Morris. Veteran Chalfant went to Gur don this morning. Bob Moorehead was up from Hope yesterday. Mrs. C. B. Ambler of Malvern is in the city today, the guest of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Tidwell, of Key ton. Ark., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Bostick. Pete Duke, of Little Rock, spent yesterday in Prescott visit ing his parents. Co. M. State Guard, r turned from Camp X. 0. Pindall last night, where they had been for the past week in target practice. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Jones, after a week’s visit with relatives and friends in the city, returned to their home at Warren this morn i ng. Jake Suckle of Little Rock came down yesterday to visit his family, lie was accompanied by Morris Suckle, of New York, a brother o4'Mrs. Suckle, who will be their guest for several davs. Jake will return to Little Rock this afternoon. His family will follow him the latter part of the week. WHY NOT? Get your millinery at a store where everything is NEW and*therefore up to-date .\ All we ask is a chance to show you our line for we are sure we have just what you want tine line or r; Belts, Gloves. Dress Accessories MONCRIEF MILLINERY COMPANY ABILITY WINS. Life is what we make it. We can make a success of life’s work or we can make a failure of it. The whole thing rests with us and we are responsible for the choice we make. This is an age in which the young business man is measured by what he can do. Ability tells the whole story. He must be trained to do things easily, quickly and the best way. Those who are thoroughly train ed in the business branches and are full of energy and ambition always win in the battle of life. Without doubt and without ques tionHill’s Business College is one of the best places in the world to learn bookkeeping, shorthand and typewriting as they are used in usiness houses. You will be able to walk right over the heads of students of other colleges and earn from $15 to $25 more salary per month right out of school, because you will be so much bet ter drilled in office work. The shorthand system used is the easiest and quickest system yet discovered. Easy terms by mail. Fifty dollar scholarships are now $42.50. Telegraphy $35. Three months scholarships in any department $25. Add! ess Hill’s Business College. Waco, Texas, or Memphis. Tenn. We Reiterate. That for more than fifteen years; Hunt’s Cure has been working on the afflicted. Its mission is to cure skin troubles, particularly those of an itch ing character. Its success is not on ac- j count of advertising, but because it surely does the work. < tnebox is guar anteed to cure any case. PROGRAM FOR DISTRICT MEETING. Program for District meeting to be held with Providence church on Saturday, before the 5th Sun day in May, 1908: Introductory sermon by Rev. \Y. R. Barham, alternate \V. C. Felts. “Was it made possible in the death of Christ for all men to ob tain eternal life,” by Henry T. Ward. “Are Christians instrumental in the hands of God in the salva tion of sinners,” Judge Stewart. “To what extent can man live in this life to perfection in Christ Jesus.” B. F. Butcher. Query Box in the afternoon by the committee. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that there will be a Teacher’s Insti tute for white teachers at Pres cott, Ark., beginning June 8th and continuing one week. All teachers are required by law to be present. Let us lay aside our other duties and be present every day, and make this the best in stitute we have ever had. P. F. Chappell, County Examiner. --- -— Actual Fact*. For upward* of fifteen years Hunt’s Cure has been sold under a strict guar antee to cure any form of itching skin troubles known. No matter the name less one per cent, of the purchasers have requested their money back. Why? | It simply doe* the work. J. C. Young. Pro*. O. B. Gordon. Caah. W. B. Waller*. V’lce-Pre*. NEVADA COUNTY BANK ORQAINZKD IASS $25,000 Capital Paid Up f]T One of the oldest Til Banks in South Ark ansas. f]T Solicits the accounts Til of merchants, farm ers. manufactors and everybody else. We of fer our customers the facilities and experience gained in over 20 years of continued service, to gether with every ac commodation consistent with sound banking prin ciples. Stand* Head. There is something about Hunt’s Lightning Oil that no other liniment possesses. Others may be good, but it is surely the best. It does all you ree omend it for, and more. For sprains, cut-, bruises, burns, a ht > and pains it has do equal on ''arth. It stands head on my medicine helf. Very truly yours.’ T. J. Brownlow’. Livingston, Tenn. 23 and50c bottles, MORE DELEGATES ELECTED Interest in the Nevada county Sunday school convention to he held atSerepta, July 18-19, con tinues to grow. Last Sunday the following Sunday schools elected delegates: Sunday School at Shady Grove.School House, J. R. Wat son. J. E. House, Jim Bryson. Mrs. J. E. House and Mrs. J. R. Watson. Sunday School at Liberty elect ed the following delegates: W. N. Andrew. F. S. McLelland. J. J. Burley and Miss Emma Bolls. Sunday School at Mt. Neba elected the following delegates: E. W. Wheat. Howard Haynie and Mrs. Lorena Haynie. Sunday School at the Christian church, Prescott, elected the fol low ingdelegates: Charles Newth, Misses Lula Harrell, Goldie C hap pel! and Georgia Daniels. Mrs. H. A. Sykes, and W. A. Newth. The State Sunday school con ventions meets in Little Rock, on the 3. 4, and 5th of June. Respectfully. J. 0. A. Bush. Chairman. Boy» Will Be Boyt and are always getting scratches, cuts, sprains, bruises, bumps, burns or scalds. Don’t neglect such things—they may result seno.j if you do. Apply Bat lard’s Snow Liniment according to di rections right away and it will rtlisn the pain and heal the trouble. Prtea 26c. 50c and 11.00. Sold by Baker'* Drag Store.