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We Can Deliver To Your Door Any Drug Store Article at Little or No Cost by Parcels Post—-Promptly, Safely. Now when you need drugs or any drug store article it is a simple matter to phone or mail your order and it will be courteously and promptly attended to. The Parcels Post enables us to widen our field of activity and to add to our growing clientele of satisfied customers. As soon as your order is received it will be carefully packed, wrapped and sent to you by the next outgoing mail. We pay the Postage — Send us your Orders HESTERLY DRUG STORE Where Your Trade is Appreciated For Pianos You will save money by seeing A. MONSON At his Music Store. He is the most reliable and reas onable music dealer. This is his 24th year in music bus iness in Prescott and have not heard of one dissatisfied customer. Prescott, Ark. JOHN D. $10,000,000 RICHER New York, Feb. 3 .John I). Rockefeller is $10,000,000 richer today than he was yesterday. Of a special dividend declared today by the Standard Oil Com pany of New Jersey, this amount approximately represents his share of total distribution of $39, 232,000 on the company’s capital stock at the rate of $40 a share. The huge “melon” comes as a result, it was indicated in a state ment Kiven by this company of the |Supreme Court dissolution decree in December. This nec essitated a payment to the par ent company of vast sums owed to it by former subsidiaries. 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 50 cent bottles for sale bv AH Deaiers. GOUNTRY MERGHANT AND THE NEWSPAPER The country merchant has one friend who has for years fought without remuneration the battle of the country merchant against the mail order propaganda. That one sterling friend is the country editor. It is high time now that the home storekeeper 'go to h i s friend, the editor and say: “In you I see my one great hope of salvation. Let’s you and I plan for the future. I will talk to my customers through your paper, and I will put it up to them that they can get tTie same things of me as cheap, all things consider ed. as they can of the mail order house, I believe they will have more confidence in me if I adver tise more consistently with what 1 expect in return. The country editor, when approached thusly will have more spirit to continue his fight on the mail order house, and also will begin to realize in financial yam on what heretofore the country merchant has ex pected him to do for no pav. If the country merchant puts his shoulder to the wheel with the country editor, Sears, Roe buck and Co, will notice a de crease in its business instead of an increase. Sears, Roebuck and Co. have built up their large trade solely i through extensive advertising. If the country merchant would follow the same tactics in pro ; portion to his business, in a short time he would be just as rich prorata as Sears, Roebuck a n d Co.-Ex. Money to Loan—On improved farms. Liberal terms. R. L. Blakely, Agent. PROF, DUNAWAY IS REELECTED BY BOARD Prof. 0. L. Dunaway, superin tendent of theeity schools on the West Side, was reelected for an other year, at the regular meet ing of the school board, which was held at the West Side city hall. His salary was fixed at $2,400 per year, and he was com plimented by the members of the board on the results achieved dur- j ing his first year here. The board authorized its build ings and ground committee to ac cept the offer of R A. Jenks, of [ property on the Richmond road, to be used as an agricultural de monstration farm in connection with the schools. The p r i c e to be paid is $970. The hoard appropriated $50 to assist in defraying the expenses of Superintendent Dunaway in attedding the annual convent ion of national school superin tendents, which will be held at Philadelphia, February 21 to March 1, and Prof. Dunaway was granted the necessary leave of absence. - Texarkanian. DEAFNESS CANNOT PE CURED by local applications, as they cannot roach the diseases portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, , and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inti med con dition of the mucous lining of the Eos- | tachian Tube. When this tube is in- i tlamed you have a rumbling sound or i imperfect bearing, and when it is en- ! tirely closed, deafness is the rssult, 1 anp unless the inflamation can be tak en out and this tube restored to its nor mal condition, hearing will be restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine eases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will gjve One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness (caused by ca tarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. c>cnd tor circ ulars free. F. J. Cheney it Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists 75c. l ake Hall's Family Fills for constipa tion. —. COME TO US FOR YOUR SEED OATS, SEED POTATOES, GARDEN SEEDS, ONION SETS Wat White Phone 58 A Good Bank Account if in a reliable business man’s bank, is the besl insurance against failure A businessman should Be As Careful of his bank account as ol his reputation; carefu that there may be no op portunity of adverse crit icism of either. We hell such customers, with th< greatest pleasure. Nevada County Bank Prescott, Arkansas i Advertisements in the PicaT ways bring results.