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BIG FOURTH OF JULY
CELEBRATION To be held at HOPE, ARKANSAS, JULY 4th, 702/ Features of the Day: Dinner Speakers Music Big Basket Picnic. Gov. T. C. McRae, Gen. E. M. Lewis, Mr. Leigh Kelly. 6th Engineers’ Band from Camp Pike, Arkansas. Parade 1,000 Ex-Service men in uniform. Also Baseball games, Military Drills, etc. $1,000.00 attraction. Wonderful dis f ireworks play by Gordon Fireworks Company of Chicago. UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE LESLIE HUDDLE STON POST No. 12, AMERICAN LEGION, HOPE, ARKANSAS BOLL WEEVIL THIS SEASON WORSE THAN EVER BEFORE Special to The News. Little Rock, June 30.—Correspond ents of the Bureau of Crop Estimates agree generally that “there are 20 boll weevils this season where there was 1 last.” That the pest will be unusually destructive this year is cer tain and already in some sections, farmers are beginning to plow up their cotton fields. The area of in festation is about 50% of the total otton acreage of the state. Gener ally speaking, it forms a “V” in the southern half of the state, running in an irregular line from the southern boundary of Polk county, northeast to Van Buren county, thence south east down the Arkansas river valley, with special areas of infestation in Lonoke and Phillips counties. It ap pears to be most destructive along he Arkansas river. “KLOSED” Our store will be closed all day Monday, July 4th, to give our employees an opportunity to take part in the American Legion celebration at Hope. Prescott Hardware Co our eXTRA NKH PAUMT a‘ Oklahoma citv WU.&ELEVATOR CO Oklahoma city u-S-a BLEACHED . .^HELIOTROPCrJ LrTHA r£n PATENT! “THAT GOOD FLOUR” Helps That Good Cook ‘That GOOD flour”—HELIOTROPS—is distinctly a home flour. It is for the housewife’s use. The stove oven—and to the skill of the average cook, formula was planned to adapt it to the ordinary All the merits you wish in a soft wheat flour are found in ‘‘That GOOD flour”—HELIOTROPE. And they are found in every sack, for the chief merit among all the merits is a seldom-found uni formity in its baking success. Next time you order a soft wheat flour, get a sack of ‘‘That GOOD our”—HELIOTROPE. "That GOOD flour 99 The Oklahoma CitN MillsElevator. Comp The Prescott Daily News Published by TI1E NEWS PRINTING COMPANY Entered as second class mail mat ter November 4t>h, 1005, at the posi. office at I’rescott, Ark., under the act of Congress March 3, 1879. WOULD ASCERTAIN FACTS REGARDING OIL SITUATION Little Rock, June 30.—State Bank ; Commissioner* W. T. Maxwell deliv - ered an address yesterday before the Lions Club on the subject of oil, in which he offered the following sug gestion: “I invite you gentlemen, individu ally and as a club if you will, to join in a request to the proper department of our national government that it supply an agent or officer qualified and with full authority to ascertain the physical facts in respect to the proven territory recently opened, so that not only our people, but our neighbors far and near, who care to invest with us in the production and refining may be advised with as near an exactness as it is reasonably prac ticable as to attractions offered for investment. I assume, I am not out of order in making this request and shall anticipate your hearty co-opera tion toward the assembling of any information as to Arkansas' latest asset acquisition. “I think it exceedingly fortunate that our own state has proven itself the actual possessor of large deposits of oil. Large production has already been developed and is at this time ready for market in Union county and much activity is in progress not only in that county but in Columbia, Oua chita, Drew, Cleveland, Poinsett, White, Greene and Independence coun ties.” CORN ANI) HAY CROPS OF ARKANSAS ARE GOOD Little Rock, June 30.—The agricul tural department reports that corn ind hay crops are very good. In fact, all crops that are benefited by rains, are doing well. The excessive rains in the wheat district of Northwest Arkansas are doing considerable dam age to wheat and shock. The peach prospect has declined from about 4091 to 20%. The Highland orchards will begin shipping next week and it is reported will ship about 500 carloads, or half a crop. The cantaloupe crop is also very good, although not equal to last year. A good advertisement for Prescott and her progressive populace is the anti-mosquito campaign which is 'in progress. Sanitary Engineer L. G. Hastings has erected on the railway station two signboards with the fol lowing lettered thereon: “No mos quitoes, no malaria, we kill them off.” Not a few complimentary remarks ' have already been overheard coming i from visitors to the city. IF IT IS SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT I HAVE IT Cured County Hams and Bacon, good and juicy; Picnic Hams, Breakfast Bacon Pork, Link Sausage and Fresh Weiners! Beef, Pork and Mutton all day long * MUNN’S MARKET S, E. Munn EAGLE “MIKADO” .Pencil No. 174 For Sale at your Dealer Made in five (rtdti ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE MIKADO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK HERE is WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR BUDWEISER and BEVO by the case in your own home. This is the way it figures: BUDWEISER, case of two (2) doz. bottles, per case $4 10 Allowance for case and bottles when returned 1.50 Per case Per dozen BEVO, case of two (2) doz. bottles, per case Allowance for case and bottles, when returned Per case . ffl Per dozen . $2.60 1.30 $3.00 .90 $2.10 1.05 either BUDWEISER or EKVO o5‘BOTHtoT |T1 through and we will see that you geUhe goods * b‘"ed BUDWEISER and BEVO arP hanai j ■ every retail dealer in Prescott, inchidin^r^ practTically gists, Cafes and Confectioners. ng Grocers* Brug RITCHIE GROCER COMPANY Phone 79 Wholesale distributors „f Budweiser and lievo CASTOR IA For Infants and (Mdren In Use For Over 30 Yen STORE FOR A COOL, QUICK DINNER TRY TYPEWRITERS OVEN BAKED BEANS Phone 7 We Deliver PRESCOTT MERCANTILE # and Mrs. John Lewis are in vited to attend today’s matinee or night performance at the Gem Thea ter as guests of the management. War tax only. The local cream shipping station sent 70 gallons of cream to the Terry Dairy Company today, which is an increase of ten gallons over last Sat urday’s shipment. Ever been lionized by real lions ? That’s one of the thrills that Hope Hampton experienced during the film ing of “The Bait,” which will be at the Gem today. It Flave Peters, salesman at the Dzan Mercantile store, has returned from his vacation which he spent at his home at Okolona, also spending a ffcfyj days at Little Rock. The “Bearcots” are desirous of scheduling a base ball game with any team in the city with an age limia of 15 years. oFr information phone 354 or see Will Ed Waller. T. H. Ward, salesman and buyer for the Davis-Prieur Produce Company, with houses at Little Rock and Gur don, was calling on L. H. Thomas, fruit and truck jobber, here today. Go to church next Sunday.