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the Tracy R. 'lhomas Lumoer
Co. Since Mr. McKinley’s elec tion, has been appointed post* nmster. His management of our ofiice has been with ca*e, polite ness and satisfaction. Of late pars ne has figured largely in the slate Republican politics. He belongs to the younger class of Republican politicians, but car/ies thought and business principles in his head equal .to men of Jong standing. lie con tinues his wholesale lumber business vvhicti grows constant ly. His mot to is “fair and hon est dealing with all. Iiis depu ties. J. U. Brown and Jack Giiiusmi, aie highly respected Cl I >/j MIS, Hon. M. W. Greeson is strict ly or Arkansas production. He was born in Van l>uren county and educated ai Clinton, after wh ch be took a law course at Lebanon, Tennessee, where he graduated in the front ranks of the class of 1888. The following fall he came to Prescott and formed a partnership with W. V. Tompkins. For nine years they continued their business which was extensive and satis factory. It grew to be one of the mi congest law tirms in south weal Arkansas. Since 1897 he h.i> ueen to himself. His land department has grown until he lots charge of large bodies of land ranging through 0 counties in southwest Arkansas. Hisab struct business covers Nevada, Hempstead, Howard, Sevier, Little River and Pike counties. His business has grown with his acquaintances and to-day he is one of the largest property hold ers in our county. His morals are like his father's. It is ever a pleasure tor him to serve his chu rch. He is Mayor of our city and one of our best citizens. Mr. II. Greeson, age 81, has shown the greatest physical endurance of anv man in our town. He was born September 18, 1819, in Bedford County, Ten nessee. In 1852 he moved to Van Uuren County, Arkansas, where tie remained until 1896, when he moved to Prescott. He has been twice married, first in 1842 and second in 1864. Sep tember 20,1840 he joined theM.E. Church South, to which he still belongs and has ever proven himself worthy of a place in her pales. To day, in his 81st year, he is quick of step and active in movement and jovial in spirit. He has always been exceedingly temperate in everything; not ever using strong drink or tobacco in any form. His life has been exceedingly active. In politics, he was at first a Whig, and tnen a Democrat. He stands for principles of right and all who know him recognize his physical, mental and moral ! worth. IJe lives without re p roach. C. 13 Andrews, Esq., is a grad uate of the Arkansas Law School of Little Rock. In 1892 he was appointed postmaster and served four years. He made a good record in our postoffice depart* ! ment. He is a native of this jcountyand has kept apace with the development of the county. At present he is a candidate for the legislatu re. J. W. Baker, Esq., is a native 1 of Louisana. He studied law under tlamp Smead and has the i promise of a bright future. He is at present City Attorney for this place. Hon. C. C. Hamby is a lawyer I of long standing in our town and j is “practicing law for the money 1 there is in iti” Hon. G. R. Ilaynie is a native I of ou r county and son of Judge E. T. Haynie. He is a member 1 of our State Senate and a pro mising young lawyer in our city. J. B'Shers.Esq., spent29years as Justice of the Peace. He was born in Tennessee and came to | Arkansas in l«s5b. In 1858 he i 'settled on Prairie He Ann near j this place and since then he has ; made this place his home. He listened to the cannon's roar during rhe war and inarched un- j I dec the Confederate colors. His j friends are many and : he carries the confidence of our I people. J. M. POWELL. DENTIST. i T. W. McDaniel is one of Ne vada’s own productions and is just entering* upon the active duties of life. He finished his second term in the Beaumont Medical College at St. Louis this spring and has stood a creditable examination before our county board and is now in the regular , practice. He is worthy and j competent. He is the oldest! son of O. R. McDaniel. » WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF General m Merchandise. f -f gfc 1 Buys Cotton and All Kinds of Produce INSURE YOUR LIFE, ENSURE YOUR HOUSE, ENSURE YOUR REXTS, ENSURE El ER YTHLNG WITH 0. B. Gordon, Agent 0 BIBLE! BIBLE! A Fine Oxford Teachers' Bible for Only $J.25 Postpaid. Larsre type onlv Si.50. lar^e print family Bible with Concordance Family Record, well made and nice, for only $3.00. Write for description. ARKANSAS METHODIST, Little Rock, Ark.