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Proprietor Right In Humor to Make Excellent Suggestion to Stenographer. The young woman who manipu lates the keys of the lawyer* type writer asked him the other day if he would recommend gome good la>ok to her. He frowned a little before he an swered, having just gone over th* confidential letter she had written at his dictation. “I can recommend a hook to ■ ’ he answered, “and hope you w ■ carefully peruse it. It's by a writer named Webster, Noah Webster/’ “I guess I ain’t, never read any thing of his,” said the girl. “I thought you hadn’t,” replied the lawyer as he cut out an > xtra n.” Then he showed her where she could find the unabridged dictionary. «—f'levcland Plain Dealer. TIGER TERRORIZED VILLAGE. A man-eating tiger is terrorizing the outskirts of Seoul and parties are out with guns in the hope of finding him in his lair. Recently Kim Sin, a wife of Mim Tu-eun, living at their home, situ ated on the mountain slope about five miles northwest of a town called 8angko-no-ong, was attacked by a tiger when she wont out to shut the front gate of the house at about nine p. m. She was killed hv the animal and was carried away into the ad joining mountain. It is said that lately tigers have appeared at sev eral places in the town and near about and inflicted damage ori peo ple as well as on the cattle. Japan Advertiser. 8AFETY LAMPS, NEW STYLE. To the responsible bends of the Metropolitan Museum of Arts in New York the one danger that they fear most, is fire and the efforts they take to minimize thisdanger is shown by a new form of safety lantern now in use in the museum. The lanterns are carried by the night watchmen when they are making their rounds. They are charged with electricity in the daytime so that after darkness acts in there shall not lie even the ■lightest necessity for lighting a match, as used to be necessary in the older form of lamps. LATEST SOCIETY FAD. Fencing is one of the latest society lads, and in Washington there are quite a number of women who are •xperts with the foils. Miss Miche loni is the champion amateur fencer of the 1 nited States. The daugh ters of Mr. T. I*. Shouts are quite skillful and Miss Katherine Berry is quite expert. In the diplomatic set Baroness Moneheur is considered the champion. Miss Chenowith, the con fidential see ret ary of Senator Kor aker, is an expert swordswonum. IN VAIN. ALAS. A magazine editor \va- talking simp at tlie Franklin inn, Philadel phia*!! literary < lub. “Following 1 great John I*' j lionaires of hit intention of becoming writers.' John I.other Long laughed hi rs'-jy. “Many writer?,” he said, "hare foi wars manifested the intention of be coming millionaires—in vein though, alas!” HAS BECOME NATIONAL BODY. The League for the Civic Educa tion of Women in New York, of which \fr-t. Richard Watson Gilder in the president, has been incor porated as a National League for the Civic Education of Women, and will hare branches in every state in the union to offset the work of the suffra gists, who are doing a great deal in the way of extending their influence. training an expert. “You want your son to pursue th' pathway of knowledge?” “Yep,” answered Farmer Corntos sel. “T want him to know more than anybody else; to he looked up to as a reg’lar repository of wonderful infor mation. As soon as he goes through college T’m goin’ to get him a job with the secret service.” breaking it gently. A voung man married against the tt i-l.c- of his parents, and, in telling i friend how to break the news to ihem, said : M them first that I am dead, v. mi up m the climax.” TOWELS SHOW HIS TRAIL. ‘Tn the apartment house I live in,” remarked the observant man, ‘T share a bathroom with a bachelor in the next apartment to mine. He is a traveling man, ami although I only have a bowing acquaintance with him I always can tell where he has been on his last trip by the names of the hotels ori the towels he uses. He never returns from a journey with out one or more now towels. If he ever stays at the hotel which pro poses to rent out evening suits to their guests I haven't the slightest doubt that he will appropriate one of those, too.” RUN WITHOUT CONDUCTOR. The smallest trolley system in Philadelphia, a system that boasts of onlv one ear, two rnotorrnen. no con ductors, and on which travelers ride free, is in operation at the League island navv yard. It is the only street ear line that I rule Sam owns. The ear is run for the convenience of the officers and their friends, and holds a score of passengers. The mo tormeii are detailed whenever their services are required, and no trans fers or tickets are issued.—New York Tribune. “Whv did she divorce him?” “Because she couldn't keep him from buying diamond necklaces and such things." “Gracious! I would never divorce my husband for t bat !” “You would if they were not for you, 1 guess." SIX NIGHTS. GO AS YOU PLEASE. RACE How many tirui fathers and mothers in thi i town enter this race every night carrying a baby? And they wonJ >r what the matter is. Chanees are the child is - tarvinc worms are eating all of its to. <1 Most children have worms, yours needn’t. White’s Cream Vermi fuge will get r.d of the worms and strengthen the child. Price 2.) cents per bottle. For sale by Baker’s Drug Store. i^sigsigig HEAVY. vVlROQ^MSABtIa?EAP -I K WHITt fO* WICtS SING. _^^H)"r\KALB FENCE Ca KALB, ill: KANSAS CfTY, MO. 1HI0K LAWN FEH3E j 1 ^ ^ <1 i ■ A H H K a U A tIJlu Cost* v**ry little, prove* very aatis fartory for lawn*, door yard*. *rar den*. 1V« make feuting for lawn*, door yard*. Held, hoir and poult, y. Write for eataloK. UNION FENCE CO., DeKalb. III. Kansas City, Mo. a- —■ — McDaniel Hardware Go. For Rent—A good dwelling on Christian Ridge. Mrs. J. 0. Howell. HILLS BUSINESS COLLEGE Stands in the forefront of Texas institutions. Twenty-six years of successful work are behind. Other schools are new and untried in comparison. It has seen every other business college in the state start, and manj of them give up the ghost. Hill’s stands today, and holds its commanding position, because it started right and'haskepb right. The standard was set high at the beginning, and has never been lowered. Thoroughness and ef ficiency in “ everything - this explains the remarkable history of tnis shcool. The South is filied with men of affairs whose large success is attributable to the training^'received in Hill’s Business College. You can do as well. You will have the same advantages, and better. And the opportunities in the world of business are stilf as great and greater. These opportunities a wait the young men who get ready for them; they only will reap the harvest. By the scores they are entering Hill’s Business College to make the preparation. Why not you? As fast as our students are ready, they are placed in good positions. Three placed last week, we could place you today, were you ready. Do not delay, not even for a day. A $50 life scholarship in book keepiug. or in shorthand and typewriting, $42. 50; in telegra phy and station work, $35: book keeping4 shorthand and type writing, all together, $75: tuition by the month; $12. 50; mail course, $20. Our shorthand is the quickest and easiest learned. AddressR. H. Hill, Waco,Texas, or Memphis, Tenn. NOBODY SPARED Kidney Trouble Attack Prescott Men and Women Old and Young. Kidney ills siezes young and old. come quickly with little warning. Children suffer in their earley years —Can’t con trol the kidney secretion. Girls are lan guid, nervous, suffer pain. Women worry, can’t do daily work. Men have lame and aching backs. The cure for man, woman, or child. Is to cure the cause—the kidneys. Doan’s Kidney Pill scure sick kidneys Cures all forms of kidney suffering. Prescott testimony proves it. Wm. Gee, living in Prescott, Ark., say: “I am pleased to say that I re cieved the best of results from the use of Doan’s Kidney Pills* procured from Hesterly’s drugstore. 1 suffered from backache and other symptoms of kidney trouble for some time. Dorn’s kidney pills proved to be the only remedy that gave me relief. Since taking them I have been perfectly free from all signs of kidney trouble, and do not hesitate to give this remedy the credit for bring ing about the improvement in my condition. ” For sale by all dealers. Price 50cta. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan’s—and fake no other. ^gsasasasasasasssaasasasn R J. VV. Alexander, Alex Vaughan, fo President. Sec. and Manager. ' Vaughan_Realt^_Co. I WE CAN GET WHAT YOU WANT ~ Q | Farm and City Property. I _t-vx, rsn TNXI t>r-« tmtn t>jr\r'jrvr^r\ 55C7 -A. i • " rtv I ‘ tm 4 A 4 ; „ ' . • ' \ V tfjt i . e 0 Id i • V f ■ > ■'* '*■.-» .vor'Ii v. i.> t .;• .■ , ; it t.un any oth< r medicineknown. , . • i t.-i'.U i.rayi.’lc, calomel, quinine and J ... > t ;• . t.yi.ipio:n8 that it takes years to <"'■ 4 . a ’ 1"vejp•* .Itle containing nothing , an t ■■■• • . w . aless purgative. / 4 V -v ’• • 1IPATION, CHILLS AND ' 1 '' ° I\ V, <, DYSPEPSIA, MALA : wND At . I ER COMPLAINTS. pti We Claim.. . Ida. writes: I have f . .,c myself and havo advised . „i. . 1 have found ii to he ever net a. It act r nt :~CE Soc. — HARMLESS •' m Liniment Co. 4 e,-, y.,,ion4j Street. ST. LOUIS, MO. ® r nMsesmiw . <:*■ Recommended by * BAKER DRUG STORE VAUGHAN REALTY GO. OUR SPECIALS On West Main Street, close up, splendid cottage home, 5 rooms, barn, garden, good water, con crete side walk, all in good re pair. Price $750. One 7 room house in West Pres cott, lot 300x135,barn, large gar den, very desirable, $1,000 One large 7 room house, 3 acres of land in West Prescott, concrete side walks, a fine propo sition for $1,800. One 6 room residence on Wal nut street. A good proposition. $800. 80 acres red dirt land 2 miles southeast of city, 40 acres in cul tivation, balance timber and pas ture. 1-4 mile south of Moscow church. 5 room dwelling, gocd barns and good water. An ideal truck and poultry farm. In 1-4 mile of R, F. D. and telephone. Price $1,000. 122 acres sandy land, 60 acres in cultivation. 6 1-2 acres Elberta orchard bearing trees. 5 room residence, barn, garden and best of fine free s;one water. 100.000 yellow pine and other timber, $6.00 per acre. 60 acres 1 1-2 mile east of city in*Prescott School district. 35 acre farm and meadow, 25 acre pasture and timber, good water, 5 room residence, brick chimney, 2 barns, $20 per acre. 3 1-2 miles south east of city, 280 acre, 90 acres in cultivation, 30 acre pasture, 155 acres timber and grass, 5 acre orchard select trees, 7 room residence, 2 wells of water, one overflowing. 3 barns, two stock pools. Pine ridge land. Price II per acre. 80 acres. 40 acres in cultiva tion. 5 room residence, barns, 20 acre pastnre, plenty of water, good fences, 14 acres timber, loamy ridge land, very produc tive, 1 1-2 bales cotton and 40 bushels corn per acre. Price $1,000 net. West s-w sec. 36-10-33. 80 acres black and dirt land 3 1-2 miles north west of city. 40 acres in cultivation,6 room house, barns, good water, 2 pastures native grass, 3 1-2 miles from fine school. 35 acres timber. $10 per acre. 42 1-2 acres black land all fenced, 4 room house, 20 acres in cultivation balance pasture and timber. 31-2 miles north west of city, within 1-2 mile of good school. Price $550 400 acres sandy land, 200 acres in cultivation, 5 room frame house, 100 acres timber, 3 ten ant houses, 1 store house, a $2. 000 school building on this tract, 2 churches, a fine proposition with trade established in country ore. 12 miles from city. A fine stoposition. $2,500. prSpecials—Two of the greatest bargains ever offered in Prescott property. One new 8 room resi dence with city water. A large and well arranged barn and two tenant houses. 28 1-2 acres of extra rich land, just outside the corporate limits in south Prescott. Price $3,000, 1-2 cash balance terms. Also a beautiful modern 6 room dwelling on East Front street, close up. 1-2 block of land and tenant house. Bath room, complete garden and orchard. A beauty. Frice $1,860. We can get what you want in farm or city property. Write us. VAUGHAN REALTY GO. I. W. ALEXANDER. ALEX VAUGHAN. PRESIDENT. SEC. AND MANAGER | NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior U. S. Land Office at Camden. Ark; Feb. :t, 1909. Notice is hereby given that Mary S. Porter, of Prescott Ark., who, on November 7. 1903, made lomestead entry No. 27133 (Serial No. 01594). for Krl. SW 1-4 NW 1-4, Section 19. Township 9 S. Itantre 22 W, 5th principal meridian, has filed lotice of intention to make final five year proof. •o establish claim to the land above described, be fore County Clerk of Nevada County, at Prescott, \rk., on the 6th day of ApVil, 1909, Claimant names as witnesses; J. W. Cornelius, Prescott. Ark ; J. D. Stockton. Prescott. Ark.; J. I Wingfield. Prescott. Ark.; Josh Stockton, Prescott. Ark. H. G. Friedheim. Register. —- — - The distiller rides in a steam vacht, the wholesaler in an auto raobile, the retail dealer in a car riage, but the consumer of the li-; juor is pulled round by the hair )f the head by a policeman when le isn't riding to the calaboose on i dray. Atchinson Cibbe. — -- ........ Mrs. J. R. York and little laughter. Willie, are visiting! ‘datives at Palarmo. DIRECTORY. JUDICIAL. i Chancelor..J. D. Sh: ver, of g ! Judge._.J.,M. Carter, of Tex*3 s Prosecuting Atty.....O. A. Grave* i I State Senator. H. B. McKenzie, Circuit court meets second Monday in | and third Monday in J uly. ' Chancery court meets first Mondays ia i i and December. County court meets first Mondays in Jaoa April, July and October. Probate court meets 4th Mondays in .!rioa l April. July and October. 1 Court of Common Pleas meets 2nd Monday ! January. Apri'. Juiy and October. OFFICIAL. CITY. Mayor. ...R. p. Recorder..Duncan M( Treasurer. ./.J. C. y, Marshal.Clyde a i Alderman 1st Ward.M. W. Greeson W. T n 2nd Ward.W. W. W'hite. T. R. y/. ird Ward.- Ira Gee, H. B. s tth Ward.Horace Bemis, Dan pj^ Fire Chief.J. H. S|au, Collector.D. E. CuJ Supt. School.O. L. Dub, City Physician. Dr A. S. Buchi COUNTY. ‘ Representative._J. W . yn. Judge.A. M. Du Sheriff.Ed B | Circuit Clerk. .F. E. Mia County Clerk.Nat Mai Treasurer ..J. H. W*k Assessor..-John D. Br | Surveyor.Tom lave 1 Coro nor.-.Dr. A. S Buchi | County Examiner.P. F. Chau ! Cotton Weigher...H. T. Inn Constable. C. Justices . .t.'f, & Board of Health —Dr*. Adam Guthrie. W Arnold. S. J. Hesterly A. S. Buchanan arid VP Rice. School Board—C. C. Hamby, President1!! Vaughn. Secretary; G. R. Haynie. W. N. g_ J. C. Young. J. S. Regan. City council meets first and thisdTueaday nif| in each month. CHURCHES. M.E. Church South —Rev. W. A. Steel. Pan Preaching every Sunday, morning and ni» Prayer meeting every Wednesday n if Sunday School every Sunday morning at 9:45a Finis E. Murrah, Superintendent. “ ’ Baptist Church —Eld. L. M. Keeling, pash* Preaching every Sunday morning and nizi t’.nyer meeting every Thursday night. Soa School every Sunday morning at 9 o’clock; J Young. Superintendent. C. P. Church —Rev.J. M. Alexandoi Preaching every Sunday morning and ni Sunday school every Sunday morning at 9J0;V Tompkins. Superintendent Christian Church-Eld. R. A. Highsmith Mg Preaching every Lords day at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday trig Sunday school every Sunday morning at 10 o’elo Chaa. F. Newth. Supt. Presbyterian Church —Rev. K. M. McLain, g tor. Preaching the 1st 2nd. and 3rd Sunday! each month, morning and night. Fourth Soa! at Marl brook. Prayer meeting every Wednm night. Sunday school every Sunday mornings o’clock; T. C. McRae. Supt. W. C. T. U.—meets 2nd and 4th Friday aft noons at 4 o’clock. Mrs. W. B. Waller, preaidi Mrs. H. A. Sykes. Secretary. LODGES. j Masonic — meet* 1st Friday night in each rao« J. R. York,-W. M ; Dale Wilson. Secretary. Woodmen of the World —Meets 2d and 1 Wednesday nights in each month. G. R. Hayi C. C.; Dio Lewis, clerk. Knights of Pythias—meets every Monday nkl J, A. iiailey. C. C,; Wren Scott. K. of R. A S. Odd Fellows-meets every Tuesday night li. Hamilton. N. G.; Alex Vaughn, Secretary. Knights and I aid tea of Honot - meets 1st and) Thursday nights in each month. G. R, Bit protector; B. J. Daniels. Sec. Ancient Order of United Workmen—meetsss second and fourth Thursday nights. Jim Ki ahaw. M. W.. Jim White. Recorder. Nevada County Medical Society meets 1st Ik day night in each month. Dr. Wm. W. Rice, pa ident; Dr. J. S. Chastain, secretary. Rebekah Lodge No. 236 meets every first l third Wednesday night in eechmonth. Miss L< Davenport, Noble Grand. Alex Vaughan. Sm tary. POSTOFFICE. Postmaster...Jack Gran Clerk....Walter Hi Office hours—Open at 8 a. m». clone at £ p. I open at 7 p. m.. close at I-SO p. m. Sunday op at 9:80 a. m., close at 10:30 a. m.; opsn at 4^10 p.1 close at 6'30 p. m. Money orde- department -«p at 8 a. m. close at 4 p. m. Mail from Ross ton and intermediate points I rives at 11 a. m.. leaves at 1 p. m. Mail from Gale and intermediate points arris at 11 a. m. and leaves alp. m. These routes daily except Sunday. Mail on rural routes Nos. 1, 2. 8. 4. 6 and 4 l«M every day except Sunday at 8 a. m. NEWTH <&> KING Blacksmith and Wood Woi Horae Shoeing, Saw Gumming, l kinds of Wood Work and Repairing. Comer Main and West Third St. Prescott, Ark. Snodgrass &. Mooninghai -PLUMBERS Phone 20 JACK AND “JOHNNY Bui BARBERS Everything clean and up-to-date Hot and cold batha Waarr Mai* St. PRBBCOTT W GLEASONS EUROPEAN HOT! RESTAUARNT IN CONNECTION ROOMS $1.00 UP Electric Lights, Electric Elevator Long Distant e Telephone, Telegrtt and Typewriting. We use Bow Filtered Water. Comer Second »' Center Streets. Little Rock, ArkanN REST AND SLEEP. Few escape those miseries of winter a bad cold, a distressing cough. Ms* remedies arerecftmmended, but the®8 quickest and best of all is Siinffldj Cough Syruo. Soothing and healing the lungs and bronchial passages,J stoos the couSh at once apd gives welcome rest and peaceful sleep.