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ion’t forget Newens tonight.
Onion Sets 25c per gallon at J. [. H Hike. [rinks to J. N. Rogers for a |k this week. j If von need shoes come and |3}li]l at Hill’s Shoe Store. ■is. 0. L. Dunaway, of Tex na is visiting in she city. Hie greatest monologist of the H. Newens. At the court He tonight. } Fbr Sale - Heater and Cook iJoo \ 16 inches to 2 feet. T. H, King, Prescott Ark. ■ smallpox situation is not nine at all, only three cases |they are strictly quarantined. [e r a ls are in such had con |n that most of the people come to town travel the per route.” | you want to be entertained Jlly for one hour and half, • the court house tonight and n at that wonderful man, fens le make this promise, that lever White Dove Flour is, [Absolutely satisfactory, we it back and return your J. M. Duke. le Woman’s Missionary Soei jnf the Presbyterian Church [celebrate the one hundredth Iversary of David Living ’s birth with a prayer and je service, on Sunday even March 23. Program will be Lunced later. driving out dull bilious feeling, Igthening the appetite and increas in' capacity of the body for work, fly Ash Hitters is a golden remedy. Onion Sets 25c per gallon at J. M. Duke. S fRead the add for Hill's Shoe Store on Page 7. Dr. W. W. Rice visited t h e city of Roses Thursday. Mrs. W. A. Smyth, of Rochelle La. is visiting in the city. Mrs. Louis Schneider of /Trout La. is visiting in the city. Rev. W. J. Walthall !and wife spent yesterday in Little Rock. You can get fish at the Model Meat Market Friday’s and Satur day’s. We are glad to see Miss Florence Daniel able to be out (after being confined to her room so long. When \ ou are in need of a Real Good sack of flour let us send you a sack of WHITE DOVE, made by Arkadelphia Milling Co. J. M. Duke. WANTED —To Rent a fine im proved farm 3 miles from Pres cott, 50 acres in cultivation, new house and terms to suit renter. Apply at the New York Store. Onion sets 25c per gallon at J. M. Dukes. NEBANE COTTON SEED Plant the best, for sale by J. S. Regan. Pescott Ark. Comuetition is a war but it benefits the race by developing the best and weeding out the worst. If the strong and the able failed to gain and attain, there would be no incentive for the weak and incapable to work and grow —L. C. Ball. For a sprain you will find Chamber lain’s Liniment excellent. It allays the pain, removes the soreness, and soon restores the parts to a healthy condi tion. 25 and f>0 cent bottles for sale by All Deaiers. OBITUARY On the eighteenth day of Dec ember, 1912, the death angel came for sister Bertha Frith and took her into the presence of God. Mater Trith was born Pel) 1851. hence would have been 62 years old her next birthday. She was converted in 1868 and joined Fel lowship Missionary Baptist Church. She was married to Bro. J. W. Frith Dec. 1871. Sister Frith with her family came to Arkansas about 1898. and united with Union Mission ary Baptist Church, by letter in 1894 there lived a consistent member until death. Having been a faithful Christian ever at tending the house of God, this Union loses a dear member. She was a faithful, consecrated wife and mother, and loved her church like her own home. The life she lived shall never die, the influ ence and advice thrown around children and friends will eontin ue to grow. She is gone but not forgotten, “though dead yet she liveth." She passed away quiet ly to join the heavenly host. She leaves a husband and four child ren, her church, pastor, and friends who sympathize with them, but our loss is her gain. Tis sweet to think of living to gether again in a house r.ot made with hands eternal m the heavens, tier natural body was laid to rest in the Union Ceme* tery to await the resurrection. I. A. Fincher, Husshel Taylor, Dehmer Bailey. Committee. L)o you know that more real danger lurks in a common cold than in any other of the minor ailments? The safe way is to take Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, a thoroughly reliable prepara tion, and rid yourself of the cold as quickly as possible. This remedy is for sale by All Dealers. I Qi» iSAVINGS ' DEPOSITS i w A Little History (The First Article tn our Series of Talks on Banking) There isn’t a person in the territory s rved by this bank who isn’t tairly well posted concerning the Hank of Prescott, of Prescott. It opened for business in 1905 when bus iness conditions in this locality demanded the organization of another sound financial institution. The volumn of its business has increased steadily,—not by leaps and bounds,— but showing a healthy increase each year, giv ing evidence of stability and secure bank ing methods. Not a single dollar has ever been lost to its customers and its Capital of $50,000.00, together with Surplus of $40,000.00 is as surance of ample security and pratection to its depositors. Bank of Prescott Capital and Surplus $80,000. Prescott, Ark. ^/Id. XDisdom If Wudom'i wty» you w»fly wet, pvt tfunp ob**r» - With opologitJ to the foryorwti pint— H« nrvi-r JttvcrtUtA ((X)paright. 1909. br \V. N U.) TRADE MORAL—Trying to win a girl's love by taking her aunt buggy riding is like an attemp; to do business without adver tising. The aunt enjoys the buggy ride, but it doesn’t help your cause with the girl. The merchant* who wants to win the home folks’ trade will win if he plugs persistently through these columns. Not all of our customers know that we carry in stock the strongest and best telephone batteries to be had. In the first place, we have to buy a battery that is good enough for use in automobiles and gasoline engines. We carry only this one grade and we furnish them for use in telephones as well. They are not run down a bit when you get them, for we buy a barrel of them direct from the factory every month, and they are fresh. If you are having the least bit of trouble with the batteries you are us ing, come in and ask us for a pair of “RED SEAL.” They cost us about three cents apiece more than the ordinary kind would cost, but we sell them at the same price as the others:— 25 cent>s each rescott Hardware Co •f In the Big Building