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The Prescott daily news. (Prescott, Ark.) 1907-1941, June 30, 1921, Image 4

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When Accidents
You pour a few drops of per
oxide on the wound. “That per
oxide,’’ you say, “is full of life.”
You are sure of that, because it
bubbles and foams when it comes
in contact with the wound.
The peroxide may have stood
in the medicine closet for four or
five months, perhaps. Despite
this fact, the peroxide kept its
strength. The label tells why.
The peroxide was made by Parke,
Davis & Co., the kind we sell.
W. C. Nutt and little daughter
Ruth, are spending the day in Hope.
Coming events—Friday, July 1st.
N. N. Daniell and sons, Milford and
James, were transacting business in
Prescott today. ,
Miss Marguerite Walters left this
morning for Lawson, Okla., where she
will teach a summer school.
Our store will be closed all day
Monday, July 4th Nielson Jewelry
James Case, manager of the east
ern district of the Equitable Life In
surance Company, was a business vis
itor here today.
The Sample Shoe Store will be
closed all day Monday, July 4th.
Mr. W. C. Nutt and little daughter,
Ruth, of Prescott, were here yester
day for a visit with relatives.—Star
of Hope.
Mrs. R. P. Hamby and Miss Eliza
beth Hamby of Prescott, were Hope
visitors Monday.—Star of Hope.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hitt „ of this
city, spent yesterday with Prescott
relatives—Star of Hope.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boswell, with
Miss Lavada Boswell and Mrs. Joe
Hardage of Prescott, motored to Hope
yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Boswell re
turned home after seeing the others
off to Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, for a
visit to relatives.—Star of Hope.
“Something to Think- About. 30d3
"Something to Think About. 30d3
Will Hoover, Prescott route, three,
was here today marketing part of his
Elberta crop.
J. B. Hamilton, Emmet route two,
was a business visitor to Prescott this
H. A. Loomis, Prescott route one,
was looking after business affairs in
Prescott today.
T. O. McDaniel of Hope, is spending
this afternoon in the city looking af
ter business.
Quay Wortham, one of Rosston’s
business men, was a business visitor
here this afternoon.
W. S. Jones, auditor of the Prescott
& Northwestern, is expected to arrive
home tomorrow from a business trip
to Washington, D. C.
Jno. G. Benton of Lackland Springs
was in town today and came to our
office and gave us a dollar for The
Nevada News, Nevada’s all home
print paper.
J. C. Ledbetter, who lives some
where in the Cale vicinity, was a
pleasant caller at The News office to
day. He likes to read a paper printed
at home and paid for The Nevada
News, an all home print paper, for
another year.
A number of beautiful sport suits
are on display at the Quality Shop,
East Main street. Come in and look
them over. 29d2
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Avery and Miss
Frankie Garrett of Prescott, were
here Monday for a little visit with
friends.—Star of Hope.
A shipment of sport dresses just
received at The Quality Shop. Call
this afternoon and see them. 29d2
There will be a call meeting of the
0. E. S. Saturday evening, July 2nd,
at 8:30, to meet Mrs. Pearl Baum
gardner, worthy grand matron of
Grand Chapter of Arkansas. All
members are requested to be present.
Mrs. Ada Rice, W. M.; Mrs. Anna
Lewis, secretary. 30d2
Even the Victrola department of
the Nevada County* Hardware Com
pany will be closed on Monday, the
Fourth. If you want some of the
best records in the world for that
glorious day, you had better get them
early. 30d3
A car containing five members of j
the Hope National Guard passed I
through Prescott yesterday afternoon !
en route to McCaskill where they as
sisted in the military funeral of Cor-,
poral Robert D. Moore, whose body
passed through Prescott Tuesday,
having been shipped from France.
We will be closed Monday, July 4, j
and will spend the day fishing. Order
your groceries Friday and Saturday
for Monday. Geo. Christopher. 30d3
We are going to help the Prescott
Hardware Company fish on Monday,
July 4, so order your groceries Friday
or Saturday. Geo. Christopher. 30d3
Mrs. Jake Sanderjr went down to
Emmet today where she will visit her
daughter, Mrs. John Crumby.
Melba Toilet Waters, all odors, small size...75c
Melba Toilet Waters, all odors, large size.$1.00
Melbaline Face Powder.25c
Melba Face Powder.50c
Melba Lov Me Face Powder.75c
Melba Greaseless Cream.50c
Melba Cleansing Cream.50c
Melba Rose Blush Rouge.25c
Melba Dry Rouge.50c
We have a complete stock of all Melba Toilet pre
Our stock of
has just been replenished, J
and our line is 'complete, i
ranging in price from ;
$1.00 to $3.50
Some with collars attached ;
others without collars. •
See our window. !
Telephone 28
Prescott, Arkansas
The Sample Shoe Store will be
losed all day Monday, July 4th.
A letter from W. H. Hill, Phoenix,
Arizona, with one dollar therein, was
eeeived at The News office this
morning. Mr .Hill requests us to
send him The Nevada News, an all
lome print paper, for one year,
Mr. Tom Luck and son Hiliis Luck,
>f Rosston, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond Waters, of Idabel, Oklahoma,
spent a part of today in Prescott.
Vlrs. Waters is the daughter of Mr.
-.uck and they are here on account of
the serious illness of A. B. Luck,
father and grandfather. The elder
Mr. Luck will be 84 years of age
The July Ladies Home Jouraai is
3n sale. This is the first issue placed
an sale at pre-war price—15c the
:opy. The subscription price also
has been reduced to the former price
—$1.50 per year. Let me send you a
copy or have your subscription for
one year. Jack Johnson, Newsder.’c \
phone 242.
“Something to Think About. 30d3
Beginning with the July ;i
issue the Ladies Home •;
Journal will be reduced to I;
former price: *i
$1.50 per pear <
15c the copy \
We will be glad to have *]
your subscription or order \
for single copies.
Newsdealer *i
Phone 242. ^
Prescott, Arkansas I]
On your way home to lunch or dinner stop
in at your favorite ice cream parlor where
our Purity Cream is sold and get a pint
or quart and take to the wife and kiddies.
There is nothing that will please them
better. Its cooling, refreshing, appetiz
Phone 56
Thursday and Friday partly cloudy
and unsettled.
Maximum .90
Minimum .68
Sid Cole made a business trip to
Gurdon this morning.
M. H. Straughan was here a short
time this afternoon from Rosston.
E. E. Grubbs of Hope, road master
of the Missouri Pacific, was attending
to business here today.
J. W. Holloway of Rosston, spent a
short time in the city this afternoon
attending to business matters.
Mrs. S. L. Durham has returned to
Emmet after a visit in the city with
her daughter, Mrs. Jack Blakely.
C. S. Losey, local manager of the
Thomas Pickle Company, returned
this morning from a business trip to
M. M. Smyth, manager of the Rit
chie Grocer Company, returned this
morning from a busines trip to El
A thought for today: Charley
Chaplin in all his glory would look
like a piker in Nevada county at
I will be in Prescott July 5’ to begin
taking Fall orders for the Winona
Mills. I will be here several days and
will appreciate your orders for any
thing in my line. Mrs. C. W. Pe
trey. 30d3
Mr. and Mrs. Sankie Callicott ar
rived in the city this morning from
Rives, Tenn., where they were the
guests of Mr. Callicott’s relatives.
They left this afternoon for Laneburg
where they will make their home.
J. R. Waters of Idabel, Oklahoma,
was in town this afternoon and was
a pleasant caller at The News office.
Mr. and Mrs. Waters were called here
on account of the serious illness of
Mrs. Waters’ grandfather, A. B.
Luck, who lives at Rosston. Mr. Wa
ters also renewed his subscription to
Nevada’s all home print paper, The
Nevada News, for another year.
The hour had come! To this
man she owed her freedom
from prison, owed all that she
knew of comfort, pleasure and
luxury. Yet she must ruin him
or the man she loved.
Showing also a comedy
I have 160 acres of timber consist- ■
ng of oak, gum, hickory and achlo
ated in Section No. 19 in Nevada
bounty. I would like to trade for a
good car and other articles. Will
give good trade. Must be gotten in
lext two years. Address Thomas D. j
pruce, Okolona, Ark. 24d6w2
Thrill and heart appeal—a rare ■
ombination in pictures, but found 1n !j
ts most happy blending in “The 1
Bait,’’ at the Gem Theater today. It ;
Fred Guthrie, traveling salesman
for the Plough Chemical Company of
Memphis, left this morning on his 1
rounds of points in South Arkansas. • I
A picture that begin with a mys- |
tery, travels a thrill and a heart-thug j
a minute, and ends with a happy sur- |
prise—that’s “The Bait” at the Gem
today and tonight. It j
Peachlade, Plumade, Cherrilade,
Grapelade, Fruitlades, Apple Butter,
A delicious spread for bread, toast and bircuits.
Include a jar in your next order—and don’t forget
to add a loaf of Merit Bread.

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