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The Nevada County picayune. (Prescott, Ark.) 190?-current, June 07, 1910, Image 4

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(STANDARDIZED)
For All Livestock
EASY AND SAFE TO USE.
KILLS MCE, TICKS. FLEAS. MITES. CURES MANGE. SCAB.
RINGWORM, SC RATCHES, ETC. DESTROYS DISEASE
GERMS AND DRIVES AWAY ELIES.
NON-IRRITATINC. EFFECTIVE. INEXPENSIVE.
YOU can't afford to let lice, ticks, fleas and mites
eat your stock alive. Get a supply of KRESO DIP and
follow directions. It will put an end to the parasites
and give the stock a chance to thrive and put on flesh.
Use it In barns, hog pens, chicken houses and dog kan
rsela--any place where there are vermin.
KRESO DIP Is a coal tar product. It mixes readily with
water. It does not burn or Irritate like carbolic acid. It
does not blister or take the hair off like kerosene. It costs
less and does more than any of these. You can't make a
better investment than to buy some Kreso Dip to kill licei
tioks, mites and fleas and prevent disease by destroying
the germs.
One gallon of KRESO DIP makes 60 to 75 gallons
when mixed with water. Each lot is STANDARDIZED
by the manufacturers, therefore always the same.
GIVE ST A TRJAL.
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ASK FOR FRi:t BOOKLCTS.
HESTERLY DRUG STORE
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If you wish to er.j every confert
and satisfaction < f s’toea
at a minin', um of cost a., t ti t; : re
getting every c< *'s worth < f ' buy a parr
of Korrcct °h:;; - C:;f
They possess tin \tt ' t u! sty‘C
of much more expens' • f . . h excep
ti -nally ;ht, koo! r.v . h
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Ihe Business Mon Tomorrow
N’K\ \I>\ t'ol'NT\ HANK w as chartered in IWmi, anil 1 as
had twenty years of unbroken business. Aways prompt
ami reliable. This is the secret id’ the Hank’s success.
I Hiring the past cv< ry depositor’s check was promptly paid.
Very few Hanks are n a position to sa\ tin san e. The Direi
tors direct. I l l affairs of this Hark are under the direct su
per\ is ion of the Hoard of Directors, each of whom has been
successful in whute\er business undertaken. The combined
judgement and advice of this Hoard mat the service of the
Hank at ally and all tine , making a thoroughly safe institu
tion. 't our money is absolutely safe when guarded by such a
body of men, especia ly when their money is hack you, guaran
teeing the protection of your own. We allow t per cent on ail
tirm. deposits.
Give us your accounts. \uu will alwas find in this Hank
courteous attention and every accommodation fconsistant w ith
good|and safe banking methods.
The Nevada County Bank
Prescott, : Arkansas
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
W. H. Waller, President. Fannie H. Young
W. R. Barham J. T. Nichols
H. A. Hamilton O. B. Gordon
M. W. Greeson Alex Vaughan
LOCAL NEWS
5 or 6 doses of “666” will cure any
case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c
"Mound City Paints may cost
a trifle more, but—! W. B.
Waller.”
W. M. Hill, of Emmet, was in
the city Monday.
Chamberlains Stomack and Liver
tablets will b-ace upthe nerves, banish
sick headache, prevent despondency
and invigorate the whole system.
Sold by all Dealers.
Quite a crowd of Prescott peo
ple attended the unveiling at
Kay’s graveyard Sunday.
Lame shoulder is almost invariably
caused by rheumatism of the muscles
and yield's quickly to the free applica
tion i f Chamberiains Liniment. This,
liniment is not only prompt and effec
tual, but in no way disagreeable to
use. Sold by all dealers.
Camden and return $2.00, ac
count annual meeting ot Ep
worth Leagues of M. E. Church
South. On sale June 0-7, good
for returning June 10.
Quite a number of teachers
are here in attendance upon the
Institute.
5 or 6 doses “666“ will cure any
cas“ of Chills and Fever. Price 25c
We are glad to see Dave W il
liamson out again after a few
days illness.
Ft. Worth. Tex., and return
$lU.f>.r), account Annual Conven
tion Christian Endeavor Union
on sale June 7th and 8th, good
until June 14th.
Mrs. G. W. Turner, of Poca
hontas. is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Haltorn.
Strayed One cream colored
Jersey cow, crumpled horns,
about 6 or 7 years old. Last seen
in Prescott. Any information
will be appreciated, or reward
for return of cow.
W. H. Hill. Route 3.
Phone 239.
For Sale or Trade-A good
driving and riding horse, will
sell for cash or trade for a good
mule. Apply to Bob Jones, 1
mile west of Laneburg, Ark.
San Antonio and return $19.20
account Oil Mill Superintendents
Association. Tickets on sale
June 5 and 6. good for returning
June 12.
Little Rock and return $3.90,
account great Council <>f Red
Men. On sale June 6-7, good
for returning June 10.
Some cows and calves for sale '
or trade. Hunter Scott.
I sell Pianos and Player Piano
of quality at the most reasonable
prices, ('all and seethe wonder
ful sweet toned little Boudoir
Player Piano. Price only $250.
Sold by A. Monson Music Store.
“It cured me," ur "It saved the life
of my child," are the expressions ym ■
hear every day about Chamberlain's i
Coin, t'hoieraand Diarrhoea Kennedy.
This i- true the world over where ttiis ,
valuable remedy has bren introduced.
No other medicine in use for diarrhoea
or bmvi I complaints has received such
general approval. The seen t of the '
success of Chamhetlain- Colic. Cholera I
and Diarrhoea Remedy is that it cures
Sold by all I iealers.
The Alfred Heading Co. is
putting in a mill about 12 miles
north of town for the purpose of
cutting a body of timber recent
ly purchased bv this company
from M. W. Greeson.
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is
sold on a guarantee that if you are
not satisfied after using two-thirds of
a bottle according to directions, vour
i money will tie refunded. It is up to
you to try. Sold by all Dealers.
If you are not satisfied after using
according to directions two thirds of
j a bottle of Chamberlains Stomach and
Liver Tablets, you can have your
I money back. The tablets cleanse and
I invigorate the stomach, improve the
digestion, regulate the bowels. Give
! them a trial and get well. Sold by
j all Dealers.
FOR SALE-The Miller Hotel
Property, $0,000.00 Best busi
ness lots in the City, 150 feet
front. Address for terms,
P. V. Olsson,
510 Cumberland St.
Little Rock, Ark.
The teachers institute started
off yesterday morning with an
enrollment of about seventy five
teachers.
Col. Roosevelt will leave Eng
land for home next Friday. A
big reception will be given to
him on his return to New York.
Marshal Johnson made a busi
ness trip to Hope Monday.
C. D. Brockman, who had
charge of the singing at the pro
tracted meeting just closed at
the Baptist church, returned to
his home in Hope Monday morn
ing. Charley is one of those
sweet singers and a jollv good
fellow and made many friends
while here. From the signs o
the times Charley will come back
again.
Mrs. Dr. Sid Weaver and
children of Fulton returned to
their home Saturday after a few
days visit to her Mother.
Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Hilton re
turned Friday night after a visit
to relatives at Amity and other
points during the past tour
weeks.
Have you been reading the
article on “from the farm to the
table’’ that has been running in
the last four issues of the Pica
yune? If not you should dig up
the paper and read it carefully.
You will find many things in it
that w-ill be beneficial to you.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
B1“o,
FRIENDSHIP
Some nice spring weather and
crops are beginning to grow
nicely.
Cotton chopping is almost a
thing of the past.
Health in our community is
very good.
Miss Stella Almond, of Hope,
is spending ten days rest with
home folks.
Mr. H. S. Hart will move to
Cale in a few days to be ready
to carry the mail from Cale to
Prescott, beginning the first of
July as he has the contract for
the next four years.
Mr. John Almond and family
and Hen Burnes visited ye scribe
Sunday.
Monroe looks better now, on.e
one has come home.
.1. G. Martin and family o'
Bodcaw visited relatives in tins
community Saturday and Sun
day.
We are expecting Bro. Snod
graass to be on hand at Morris
next Saturday at 1 o’clock. All
the l nion people should come
and hear something good.
We are glad to hear there is
sonv prospects for a rail road
from Magnolia to Prescott. \\ e
hope the people oi Preset tt will
take a liberal part in this road
for our county needs it.
CLEANING AND
PRESS1NC PARLOR
M CAIN & TALIAFERO, PROP,
Clothing pressed and
cleaned in a satis
factory manner. A
specialty of ladies’
work.
NEXT DOOR TO GEE'S MEAT
MARKET,
HERE IS THE PROOM
“My 9 year old daughter wa*
weak, pale, and had no appetite. 1
gave her Vinol, and »he began to
thrive at once. She gained rapidly
in weight, color and itrength.” —
Mrs. W. H. GILMORE, Durand, Mich.
My two children, who w*r,
and ailing, rapidly gaine(j f, '
strength when I began to ,
did tonic for delicate chil^»#1*
Mr*. C. ALLEN, New Bedfo^lL
Vinol builds up healthy flesh and makes thin little limbs ro^j
and plump. Children love to take it. ™
We return people's money without question || vim
does not accomplish all we claim lor li. Try it, pleas*
RAKER’S DRUG STORE., PRESCOTT
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Come in and Let Us Show You Why
How the PARKER PENS "Excel*
Nevada County Drug St<
Prescott, - - Arkansas
We were a little uneasy when we landed in Prescot: ani
opened the Store of Quality lest we would be unable tool
tain goods and find customers for same. But we readij
found plenty of customers and our doubt in regard toobtaii
ing goods was dispelled when our brother up in New York
who visits all the up-to-date clothing and gents furnishinj
stores wrote us: “1 can steal and ship you faster than jon
can make sales, and all you will he out is tranportation Gfl
the place ready to put the goods.” Only charging a vert
small margin above transportation we have hired another
man to help brother send the goods, but if they are not
caught by September the 1st. we will have to enlaageon
building to hold the goods. So if you need a good suit of
clothes, best mateiial, best tayloring, latest styles at the
lowest prices, comedo the Store of Quality.
D . SUCKLE
“The Store of Quality”
west Main street Prescott Arkansas
Not to McDuntci H'tiw c Co. rresuuii,
We carry a line line of Dry Goods, Groc
eries, Shoes. Hats and Gents Furnishing
A tine line of dears just received. Cold
I irinks a specialty.
TELEPHONE 147.
HENDRIX & SONS.
I IIOS. ( . MiRAE, Pin. THOS. C. McRAE, JR- ^
JAMES f. Cl .ARK. Vicr-Prn. 1 K. NX RIGHT. Am
BANK OF PRESCOTT
PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS
CAPITAL STOCK PAID UP $.*15,000.00
SURPLUS $15,000.00
FEW PEOPLE PAY BILLS WITH CASH THESE DATS
Our customers know this. A checking acc°^
with this bank will eliminate any difficulties01
your funds as you wish.
We will keep your pipers without charge*
Lock Boxes for valuable papers, jewelry) .
for rent. .
Your business will be welcomed.
THOS. C. McRAE, JR-, Cashier
Read The Picayunj

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