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' __TH1S PAPER 1S F°R PRESC0TT' NEVApA COUNTY, AND THE STATE OF ARKANSAS. WHAT ARE YOU FOR?
LUME 36 __ PRESCOTT. NEVADA COUNTY ARKANSAS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19. 1913. NUMBER 1:4 icond Count, Friday, Sept. 9th rrnint for Special Prize Will Have no Bearing Upon Question as to Who Will Win at the Final Count. Friday evening, Sept. 19th SO o’clock the ballot box in Picayune Popular VotingCon will be closed for the second lt for leadership in one of the t interesting events which been pulled off in Prescott. his contest the candidate who made the greatest gain since first count of a month ago receive $10 in gold as a prize. second greatest gain will get d gold. matter what your standing ht have been at the conclusion ie first count, if you make a iter gain over tnat count than other candidate you will win For instance, if you had 35 votes in the count made ' 18th, and you made a larg* ain than the leader, you will the money. If you make a lof 15.000 or 20.000 or 25,000 the leader in the first count lesagain of only one less i you, you will have the $10 :bed for yourself. So get busy bring in all the votes possible ueen now and Friday Sept 19. little exertion and hustling wig the contestants is what is Hired to win, and the one who he most active and who uses best judgment and business seir, her canvass is the one hwill land the prize. It will le without the expenditure of enny to the one who captures prize, but eternal hustling I be the price of success. Are being to win it? Or are igoing to take a vacation and the other girl beat you to it? dprobably by a very few votes that? Whatever number of votes you f have in the second count ite placed to your credit in final count. But if you make greatest gain now you will “the$10 which is offered as j*ial prize at the count on * kPt f9th. And all the * cast during the entire con ,fl|l determine who is to get fpiano-the ^pseial counts cutting no figure in the grand J°und up. There is nobody so far ahead, according to the first count, but what a little hustl ing on the part of the other con testants would place them right up among the leaders. New sub scribers are what count the most in this contest, because for every new subscriber bought in, the person bringing it in is entitled to 600 votes, and 500 votes is giv en for each renewal, while 400 votes are given with each back snbscription. Bear in mind, that the ballot box will be closed at 7.30 Friday evening. Sept. 19. Be sure and have all your votes in by that; time, so you will have had a fair chance to show what your stand" ing is. As soon as the ballot box is closed the count will be made and the result announced as quickly as it is known. Remember the special bonus offers made in connection with this contest: For every seven new subscrip tions a bonus of 10,000 extra votes making a total of 14,200. For every seven renewal sub scriptions a bonus of 8000 extra votes making a total of 11,500. For every seven back subscrip tions a bonus of 6000 extra votes j making a total of 8,800. Subscriptions turned in for the first count will not count for these bonuses. They will count just the same for the piano at the final count, but these bonuses are good only on subscriptions brought in from now until the offer is withdrawn. For every 40 merchants cou pons brought to this office and counted bv the Publisher or one of his assistants, a bonus of 500 extra vote9 will be given making a total of 1,500. These coupons may be collected from any and all merchants who are in the contest. The following are the enter prising merchants who give cou pons. Guthrie Drug Company Stainton Drug Company Barham Bros i * \mrrican 5-10-25 Store Ritchie Grocer Co. (Wholesale only) Groceries, Flour, Grain, Produce and Fruits Phone 79 PRESCOTT, ARK. your patronage solicited. Pure Food Grocery Co. City Grocery Co. Mrs. A. E. Shankle A. J. Lavender Joe Boswell The Newth Studio There will be another special prize of fifteen dollars in gold di vided as follows at the next count Sept 19: Ten dollars in gold to the con testant who makes the greatest gain in votes from now till the next count Sept. 19, and five dol lars in gold to the next greatest gain. This gives all the contest ants an equal chance to win one of the special prizes offered no matter where they stand now. We will give the following bonuses from now till the next count Sep 19. Following are the candidates and their standing at the first count. Mollie Luck 100 Bertha Freyberger 25 Irene Murry, 1000 Trixie Lancastor 14.800 Pearl Daniel 13.400 Ismav McDaniel 16.400 Mildred Mendenhall 17.400 Mary Shell 17.600 Carrie Gulley 18.150 Irma Waters 8.200 Dell McGough 11.900 Edyth Newth 9.200 LUMBAGO AND RHEUMATISM A quick relief from lumbago „ nd rheumatism is had by the application of Hunt’s Lightning Oil, the quick act ing liniment. A friend writes, '‘we have been using Hunt’s Lightning Oil for 13 years and deem Jit above all ot hers.—Mrs. J. T. Nevels, Gordon, Tex as, Route 2, Box 31. 25 and 50c bottle All dealers, PRASCOTT AGRICULTURAL AND PUBLLC SCHOOLS Although it was rainy weather there was quite a number present at the opening exercises of the the Agricultural High School last Monday morning. Rev. B. A, Few held the open ing exercise, after which the School sang America. Short talks were given by Mes srs M. W. Greeson, C. C. Hamby, G. R. Haynie, Prof. Ellis Butcher, and Superintendent Ury McKen zie. Miss May Nunn gave a vocal and also piano solo which were cer tainly appreciated as well as the talks. After this interesting opening the pupils went to their respect ive rooms for the assignment of lessons for the next day, The teachers were assigned to the different grades as follows: HIGH SCHOOL English-Miss Lowery. Mathematics-Mrs. Munn Latin and History-Miss Lucy Nunn. Domestic Science Miss Mar ceula Arthur. Music—Miss May Nunn Science-Ury McKenzie GRAMMAR SCHOOL 1st Grade —Miss Gilmore. 2nd Grade-Mrs. Randolph P. Hamby. . , 3rd Grade— Miss Bessie Vaughn 4th Grade-Mrs. R. B. Hamil ton _ , 5th Grade-Mrs. J. R. ^ork 6th Grade—Miss Mary Weisi ger. ^ , 7th Grade-Prof. Ellis Butcher Put your stomach, liver and blood in healthy condition and you can defy dis ease. Prickly Ash Bitters is a success ful system regulator. New Buggies Be sure and look at our Buggies before you buy. Can suit you in Top Buggies or Run a Bouts, Auto Seat or Plain Seated, Rubber Tires or Plain Tires and a New Tire which looks like Rubber, but made of Iron. Something new and think you will like it. Better see it be fore you buy. These Rigs are the Hercules make and priced from $50.00 to $75.00 W. B. WALLER « AT METHODIST CHURCH Bishop J. C. Kilgo, of Durham N. C. will preach at the Metho dist Church in this city next Sun day. This is the Bishops first visit to Arkansas. He is one of the leading Dignitaries of the Methodist Church and is consi dered one of the most eloquent speakers of that denomination. CURES CHRONIC CASES Cures every time. "Your Hughes' Tonic for chills and fever has never failed yet, and I have sold it to a num ber of chronic cases. It cures every time. Sold by Druggists 50 c and $1.00 bot tle. Prep ared by Kobinson-Pettet Co. Loiflsville. (Incorporated) whoIm I? Last year I did not want to em barass my best girl to make her propose to me, so ask her to be my wife, and she said: “I would rather be excused, and I like ar, idiot excused her. But 1 got ev en with the giri. I married her mother. Then my father mar ried the girl. Now I don’t know | who I am. When l married the girl’s ! mother, the girl became my : daughter, and when my father I married my daughter he is my ; son. When my father married my daughter she was my mother. If my father is my son, and my f daughter is my mother, who in thunder am I? My mother’s 'mother (which is my wif ) roust !be my grand-mother, and I being my grandmother’s husband, lam ;iny own grandfather. t --— KILLED A RATTLER Our friend Chas Cobault of Boughton was a caller last Satur day. He told us that he killed a rattle snake near his Mill in Missouri bottom that had 27 rat tles and a button. It measured 7 feet tohe BANK of PERSONAL SERVICE LISTEN! To listen is to learn, A number of young people,—srme of them not yet in their ’tretis, have their own savings a -counts with the Bank of Prescott. They started with a small deposit,— usu ally just a few dollars. They have added other amounts to their accounts whenever they could. We pay them 4 per cent interest on what they save,—add it to their account twice yearly. One girl has saved $40 in six months. One young man now has nearly $100. Each started with $1. You can start your savings account with $1. You can save $40 or $100 or still mure. Will you try it? Will you ooen your ac count todav. The Bank of Prescott will hely you. Bank of Prescott Capitol and Surplus $ 150,000. Prescott, Ark. . . INTERESfiPAH) ON DEPOSITS — - - _ -_- - - - ■ linn — —- -