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For CHRISTMAS GIFTS—Every man welcomes and appreciates a pretty tie. a box of nice handkerchief, a warm muffler, a nice collar bag or tie ring, a box of g'ood socks, a g'ood leather suit case or bag'. ^ ^ . . , , , - , SEE OUR WINDOW This is the best place to buy such a gilt, _ _ ' because one is assured of variety, value ^BB ^^^B x ^Jk and the comforting' assurance that the ar- Bjl a tide is the best of its Kind. See our window. ™ ■ m a m0 Saturday Evening POST % For December 17th. Now on sale at Fred Murrah Phone 65. NEW ST03K * Glassware Granite ware Qeeensware at a low price | J. i. Duke Douglas Greeks Con ' ctionery and Restaurant « See our new line of XMAS CANDIES, FRUITS, NUTS and ^REWORKS Before you buy Wa will be open all night until a fter the HOLtDA KS . Next Door to Postoffice See our hand painted pictures. — McDaniel Hdw. Co. 1 have moved ray livery stable to the barn belonging to the Fanners’ Union Ware house. Persons wanting a good team can get one here. Buss connections between the Iron Mountain and P. & N. W. daily. Call or phone 14*>.—A. S. Blythe Dr. R. L. Hinton will tit, and furnish spectacles, and eye glass es and do any kind of repairing - Moncrief Drug Store, Prescott, Ark. Satisfaction given, or your money back, lias had over 110 years experience and study of he work. Our Policy of Value —TO e CHRISTMAS BOYERS. We sell only the best A Gift from here is su e to be recognized as ..omething good and will be appreciat ed. We try to do every thing just right and solick not only your business but your criticism and sugges tions. Call and see our line. VISITORS WELCOME CHARLES ADAMSON Local News ! Weather—Saturday, fair. J. W. Rockett, of Emmet, was in Prescott today. Dr. S. J. Hesterly is spending to day in Little Rock on business. Read the letters to “Old Santa” from our little folks elsewhere in this issue. O. II. Helbig is at home after an absence of several days to points in Louisiana. Pictuies make a nice Xmas gift: Hand painted ones at Mc Daniel Hdw. Co. See those boxes of Huyler’s candies in our display window.— Moncrief Drug Store. Mrs. Shankle is selling her hats at greatly reduced price. , sume ujsi auu ueiuvv uwi. Found—A pair of gold-rimmed eyeglasses. Owner may secure same by calling at this office and paying for this notice. Texarkana, Arkansas, popula tion according to the thirteenth census^ is 5,055. Twelth census, j 4,014. Eleventh census, 3,528. Wagon Tongues, Felloes, Hickory Axels, Coupling Poles and Bolsters also Posts for sal e. W. A. Hatley. The interior work on the Hin ton building on West Front Street is being rapidly completed and will be completed by the first of the year. wffy not buy her a Christmas box of Huyler’s? We have just opened a freah shipment.—Mon eriel Drug Store. .lack Holoran today moved from the D. M. Citty old resi dence to the two-story frame building on the corner of Main and East Front Streets. We have just received a fresh shipment of Huyler’s fomous candies and want you to try a box Moncrief Druy Store. Misses Minnie and Florence, Scanlin, who have been spending some time here as the guests of their sister, Mrs.O.L. Dunaway, left last night for their home at Bee Branch. The Libeling Club willentei" ten this evening at the home of Mr ami Mrs I,. 1Boidohnan. An excellent musical, program will be rendered and flio.se who attend will enjoy a rare treat. The club will be assisted by Miss Mattie Fletcher Dumbeck, of Texa rkana. Louis C. Bernay, the Optician, o. Little Lock, wishes all his customers and friends a Met ry Christinas and a Prosperous New Year. He will be in our town 1911 on Friday and Saturday Jan. 28 29 at Hesterly’s Drug Store. TAKE CARE! Remember that when your kidneys are affected your life is in danger. M. : Mayer, Koch ster, N. Y. says: “My I trouble started with a sharp shooting pain over my back which grew worse daily. I felt sluggish and tired, my kid ney action was irregular and infrequent. I staated using Foley Kidney Pills. Each dose seemed to put new life and strength into me, and now I am com pletely cured and feel better and stronger than for years. Hesterly Drug Store. Miss Jordan To Leave Miss Elizabeth Jordan, who for five years has been teaching English in the Preparatory de partment of the University, has been ofiered the pooition of Dean of Women and Associate Profes sor of English in Drake Univer sity, Des Moine, Iowa. Her resignation here will take affect at the beginning of the Cnrist-i mas holidays and her duties in^ Drake University will begin Jan. 2, 1911. In Drake University, Miss Jordan will have collegiate j work. Those who are acquainted , with Miss Jordan’s excellent | work here regret to see her leave. —University Weekly. Seif Culture Club The Self Culture Club held a delightful meeting with Mrs. M. M. Smyth yesterday afternoon. Almost the entire member ship was present. The program was well rendered and much en joyed. The Original Christmas Story by Mrs. J. M. Pittman was high ly appreciated. After the ser ving a delightful fruit course the Club adjourned. Mesdamos Iiice and Hamilton will entertain the Club at the home of Mrs Hamilton December Twenty Ninth. The next regular meeting of the Club will be held with Mrs Sam O. Logan, Jan. 12th 1911. Hot sy Hinton, Club Reporter. Chocolates and Bon Sons IN FANCY HOLIDAY PACKAGES PRICE 75c to $8.50 per Box Buy Eirlv and Avoid the Rush PHONE 73 f! Where your t rade is appreciated TIPS ARE FALLING OFF Pullman Porters A6k for Higher Wages and Cite Also Higher Cost of Living. __ ( hleago, Dec. lfi.—Pullman porters fca-e sent a petition to the general manager of the Pullman company ask ing for an Increase In wages. The ; petition says: "The growing tendency of the trav eling public either to discotiuue alto gether, or to reduce to one-half or less, the gratuities with which they formerly rewarded Pullman porters who merited such consideration, and i the high cost of living generally, have ! forced us to come through you to the 1 Pullman company, begging for some relief.” Opportunity - - Is now afforded you to repair your old build ings and to erect new ones before the bad weather sets in. We are anxious to supply you with anything in our line. Call at our Dfard and look oyer our stock, or if you are in a hurry, telephone No. 13. THE HOME LUMBER CO. W. A SMITH. President T. H. DUKE, V.-President .1. E, WILLIAMS. See,-Treus. W. A, HATLEY, Direetor * Christmas Shoppers I OUR STOCK of Groceries was never more complete. We 1 are the only Exclusive Grocers in Prescott, and cannot help I but have a fresh line. We now have in stock everything I that you will need for Christmas Eating : I Nuts Apples | . | Ffgs Oranges I Raisins Bananas , Candies Cocoanuts i When you go to make your Purchases in this Line we want to Figure with you. JNO. T. NiCHOLS We Have Just Received a barrel of Genuine Louisiana Sugar-House Molasses, and if you want something good, I try a gallon of it. NOTABLE DEAL IN LUMBER BUSINiSS Newport, Tenn ., Dee. lo.— An nouncement is made tnat the, control of the Pigeon River Lum ber Company and its ally, the Tennessee and North Carolina Railroad Company, has passed! from a syndicate headed by C. I. James of Haiti More and J. D. Lacy of Chicago, to a Philadelphia corporation, headed by William Whitmer. The deal involves the transfer of a large lumber plant at Cresnmnt, Tenn.,and 55,000 acres of timber lands in the Ten nessee-Carolina mountain region. The Tennessee and North (nroli na Kail road may be ext ended. __ •*»* |i i Plum Pudding ] IS a fitting glimax to the Sunday dinner. | Ferndell brand Plum Pudding is made of carefully selected mater als— die | very best obtainable—and in blended jj proportions as called for by an im- I ir proved, old and tested English recipe i ji —seasoned by age—a dinner’s de | licious final course. 30c and 50e per can. j WAT W. | Phone 58.