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THE NEVADA NEWS
EJlUME XI—no. 10. PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1916. PRICE FIVE CENTS nR J L. GREENE FORMS PARTNERSHIP Little Rock, Dec. 20.—Dr. J. L. „ en former superintendent of the tote Hospital for Nervous Diseases, L. been engaged in the private prac Weat Hot Springs since retiring from i state service. His practice has rown so rapidly that he has formed a Lrtnership with another prominent specialist of Hot Springs. Dr. M. L. iutman, who has for the last year l^n medical director of the Levy llemorial Hospital, has resigned from that institution to become associated ^jth pr. Green, under the firm name 0f Green & Lautman. Dr. Lautman is a graduate of Yale and of Mt. Sinia. New York. - SELLS TURKEYS, BUYS ONE; IT’S STOLEN AND THEN RECOVERED Sam Sewell of Redland, brought four turkeys to Prescott yesterday and sold them to dealers here, and upon second thought decided that he would want a gobbler for the center piece of his Xmas table, so he forth with purchased a fine large one, and hiding it in a sack, put it in his wogan which he left at the rear of a store, Mr. Sewell then returned to the store to do some more trading and was gone about fifteen minutes. Upon return ing he was minus the forenamed gob bler. He immediately notified the cops and one John Young, a gentle man of color, was arrested as well as the turkey which it is alleged he se cured without permission from the jwner. The moral is: Four turkeys it home are w’orth one large one at he store. Let us have your order early for Fruit, we have the best Apples Naval Oranges Florida Oranges Grape Fruit Grapes All Kinds of Nuls and Candies Fresh Eggs 35c per Dozen Phone Your Ordors to City Grocery Go. Phono No. 88 A. O. U. W. HOLD , PUBLIC INSTALLATION ! - The A. 0. U. W. hall was the scene last Monday night of one of the most impressive public installations in many years. The meeting being hon ored by a number of local and out-of town visitors, and the attendance of the local lodge was excellent. The first on the program was the installation of the new officers for the ensuing year, which was ably presided over by Grand Lodge officers from Hope. The incoming officers are: W. G. Hays, master workman; S. C. Bright, foreman; L. E. Willingham, overseer; John Hubbard, guide; W. K. Yancey, financier; T. A. Woosley, in i.side watchman; Watson Porter, out side watchman. After the officers took their seats, splendid speeches of acceptance were made by each, as well as a brief talk by each out-of-town guest. The past master workman, C. B. A;.’rcws, was the recipient of a soliu goal shirt set presented to him by E. S. Cunning ham of Hope, in the name of the mem bers of the Prescott lodge, in appre ciation of his services as master workman the past year. At this juncture the ladies served those present with delicious hot choco late and sandwitches, which were highly enjoyed. Besides a number of local visitors the following from Hope were pres ent: E. S. Cunningham, and daugh ter, Miss Marvine; J. L. Street, J. M. McWilliams, J. C. Smith, Scott. The local lodge A. 0. U. W. is one of the strongest in the city, having about 100 members on roll. ACCIDENTS IN STATE WOODWORKING PLANTS Little Rock, Dec. 20.—Figures com piled by the Commissioner of Labor show that for the year ending June 30, 1910, the accidents in Arkansas woodworking plants were as follows: In saw and planing mills, 143 non fatal and 17 fatal accidents. Of the fatal accidents, three were caused by employes falling into vats in veneer ing plants and scalding to death. In cooperage plants, 151 non-fatal and 1 fatal. In other woodworking plants, 173 non-fatal and one fatal. ‘COPPER creek mining CO. INCORPORATES — Little Rock, Dec. 20.—The Copper | Creek Mining Co. of Walnut Rirge, ! has been incorporated with a capital ! stock of $25,000, by J. R. Hearle, president, W. T. Yohn, vice president, W. E. Beloate secretary, and F. K. Nesbit treasurer. Genuine Cameo solid gold rings, $5.00. at Hesterly Drug Store. A-Sure-To-Be-Apprcciafed Gift * There is no more fitting or appropriate gift than MONEY. The son; the daughter; the loyal employee will welcome a gift of actual money. We have bright shiny, new gold coins and crisp new bills which we will supply in exchange. Or if you wish to send a gift of money—we can issue drafts and Money Orders payable in any of the. principal cities of the world. Santa Claus Banks Here. BANK OF PRESCOTT Capital . $75,000.00 Surplus. $75,000.00 PRESCOTT, ARK ANS AS. GOOD FELLOWS CHRISTMAS FUND STILL GROWING If your name isn’t on the list, be come a member now. Clothing or groceries will be received the same as cash. See the committee. Previously acknowledged.$102.75 Sam O. Logan. 1.00 M. M. Smyth. 1.00 Ritchie Grocer Co. 5.00 Mrs. J. H. Cornelius. 1.00 Hazel Cornelius.25 Geo. Peachey.50 J. H. Slaughter.25 S. E. Munn. 1.00 jWren Scott . 2.00 [Sam T. White, Jr. 1.00 Thos. C. McRae, Jr. 1.00 H. H. Allen. 1.00 I Floyd Hubbard . 1.00 M. L. Moore . 2.00 I - NOTICE OF SALE. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of the decree of the Nevada Coun ty Chancery Court made and rendered at its December term, 1916, in a case therein pending, wherein Louis Suckle was plaintiff and T. M. Hartman and N. M. T. Thompson were defendants in the original complaint, and N. M. T. Thompson was cross- complainant in the cross bill and Louis Suckle and T. M. Hartman were cross defendants, the undersigned as special commis sioner in Chancery of said court, will on the 13th day of January, A. I). 1917, between the hours for judicial sales, sell at public auction to the highest bidder on a credit of three months, at the front door of the court house in Prescott, Nevada coun ty, Arkansas, the following described real estate, to-wit: | Commencing at the corner of Block 40 and forty-three (43) of Brad ! Scott’s Addition to the town of Prcs jcott, Arkansas, the same being the corner of Locust and East Fourth | streets, and run thence southeast six Ity (60) feet the width and across the lend of said East Fourth street; thence [in the southwest direction two hun dred and four (204) feet, it being the i section line of Section nine (9) and sixteen (16), Township eleven (11) South, Range Twenty-two .West; ! thence due west with said Section line Two Hundred and Fifty-seven (257) feet; thence North two hundred and | Fifty-five (255) feet to East Third lstreet; thence Northeast with East (Third street for Eighty-three (83) feet; thence Southeast, or at right ;angles with East Third street One !Hundred and Fifty (150) feet; thence j Northeast Two Hundred (200) feet [to Locust street; thence with Locust ! street Southeast to place of begin | ning. The said sale is made for the pur pose of satisfying the judgment, in terest and cost adjudged by said court to be due by the defendants, N. M. T. | Thompson and T. M. Hartman to the nlaintift', Louis Suckle, and the pur chaser will be required to give bond | with approved personal security for |the purchase money, bearing interest. This December 20th, 1916. C. C. CALHOUN. ■ 21-st Commissioner. NOTICE OF SALE. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of a decree of the Nevada County j Chancery Court made and rendered at its December term, 1916, in a case | therein pending, wherein Louis Suckle and C. H. Tompkins, as Trustee, were | plaintiffs and Charlie Thomas was de fendant, that the undersigned as spe cial commissioner in Chancery of said ; court, will on Saturday, the l'th day of January, 1917, between the hours for judicial sale, sell at public vendue to the highest bidder at the front door of the courthouse in Prescott, Nevada County, Arkansas, on a credit of three months, the following described real estate in Nevada county, Arkansas, to-wit: Northeast quarter (no 1-4) of the | Southeast quarter (se 1-4), Section nineteen (19) Township eleven (11) South, Range twenty (20) West, con taining forty (40) acres, more or less. Said sale is made for the purpose of satisfying the decree and judgment of said court for the debt, interest and cost due the plaintiff, Louis Suckle, by the defendant, Charlie Thomas, and the purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the purchase money, bearing interest at the rate of Ten per cent per annum from date of sale until paid. This December 20th, 1916. C. C. CALHOUN, 21-2t Commissioner. WITH PROFITABLE FARMING CAMPAIGN Little Rock, Dec. 20.—George Fir min, trainmaster of the Rock Island, has accepted the position of director of the Profitable Farming Campaign that is to be conducted in the cotton counties of the state, from. Jan. 8 to MO Many inouiries are already being received signifying the desire of var ious counties to join in the campaign, and the indications are that it is to be one of the most extensive and pop ular ever conducted in the state. v--P The Bank Is Safer Than the Stove. SCARCELY a week goes by that the newspapers don’t print a storv of some foolish housewife who thoughtlessly started a lire in the stove where she had stored away the savings of a lifetime. Money placed in a stove or in a teapot or under a carpet does not draw interest. It is not safe from thieves. It is not safe from fire. Money deposited in a "bank draws interest. The steel vaults in our bank are impervious to ^ fire and thieves. Bank your money with us. ( OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. C. A. Smith, President; W. B. Waller, Yice-P.; E. M. Sharp, Cash. J. C. Woodul, Geo. F. Cress, A. H. Smith, J. M. Stripling. FIRST STATE BANK __Prescott, Arkansas TWO MORE SMALL BANKS DEFUNCT Little Rock, Dec. 20.—The State Bank Commissioner, John M. Davis, has during the last few days closed out the affairs of two more small de funct banks. The Bank of Ulm, which has taken in charge Aug. 15, 1915, with liabili ties due depositors amounting to $12,658.85, has just paid its final divi dend, the total amount paid deposi tors being 39 per cent. This is the bank that lost through a sensational daylight robbery, when the cashier was locked in the vault while the rob bers were at work. A dividend of 17 1-2 per cent was paid this week to the depositors of the Bank of Higden, a dividend of 24 per cent having previously boen paid. This bank was taken over by the Commission July 6, 1914, with liabili ties aggregating $8,586.71. GRADY 11 \YS RETURNS FOR THE HOLIDAYS — Little Rock, Dec. 20.—Grady Hays, ijpn of Governor Hays, and private secretary to U. S. Senator W. F. Kir by, will return from Washington Fri day to spend the holidays with his parents. PRESCOTT CIRCUIT APPOINT MENTS. METHODIST CHURCH First Sunday—Holly Springs 11 a. m.; Rosston 3 p. m. Second Sunday—Caney 11 a. m.; Rocky Mound 3 p. m. Third Sunday—Harmony 11 a. m.; New 'Salem 3 p. m. Fourth Sunday—Moscow' 11 a. m.; Pleasant Ridge 3 p. m. .1. C. Johnson, P. C. Lingering Coughs Are Dangerous Get rid of that tickling cough that keeps you awake at night and drains your vitality and energy. Dr. King’s New Discovery is a pleasant balsam remedy, antiseptic, laxative and promptly effective. It soothes the ir ritated membrane and kills the cold germs; your cough is soon relieved. Delay is dangerous—get Dr. King’s New Discovery at once. For nearly fifty years it has been the favorite remedy for grippe, croup, coughs and colds. Get a bottle today ta your Druggist, 50c. INSTITUTION OF A. O. U. W. AT ENGLAND Little Rock, Dec. 20.—Mayor Chas. E. Taylor, accompanied Grand Master Workman Frazer and others to Eng land last night for the institution of Lodge No .112, of the Ancient Order of United Workmen. ; California Oranges Florida Oranges Florida Grapefruit Fancy Bananas York and Black Twig Apples Soft Shell Walnuts Soft Shell Almonds Large Brazil Nuts Shelled Pecans and Walnuts (luster Raisins Smyrna Figs Candies—all kinds Fancy Cranberries For the convenience of our town customers, we will keep our store open Thursday and Fri day until 8:30 p. m. ©tan Mercantile Com&any Phone 130 - - Prescott, Ark.