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• t» ■■ 'v*V. Jt" ' • onnlu ---_ . . , . - _. THIS PAPER IS FOR PRESCOTT, NEVADA COUNTY, AND THE STATE OF ARKANSAS. WHAT ARE YOU FOR? __PRESCOTT, NEVADA COUNTY ARKANSAS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26. 1913. NUMBER £5 _ , ~ ’ " i ' — ."... — . . .■ — . —■ • —— — - — --- ---- - — | Atmmutmtmit I yfe are pleased to announce that we have secured the \ I services of Mr. G. T. Milwee, of Cincinnatti, as our M representative. Mr. Milwee is an expert shoe fitter ■ and will take pleasure in going over your shoe trou- j I bkson „ I Jrtimy, (§rtobrr 3rb, gj our line of snappy Fall and Winter Footwear will \ I be shown by him at the I f ark ijotrl ■ will be pleased to have you call and inspect our ■ iine. Respectfully. I SCmpnrr’a I Little Rock The Largest Shoe Store South Prize Piano Here Soon Instrument To Be Put On Exhibition Candidates After Third $10.00 Notice Special Bonus Offer. Next Count October 14th The second count of the Nevada County Picayune Grand Piano Jontest was made Friday eve ling at 8 o’clock. Messrs, C. W. Elkins, Jack Grayson and Fred Anderson acting as the committ ee. The count resulted in Miss Mildred Mendenhall being warded first prize $10 and Mrs. Carrie Gulley second prize $5 in gold. Now for the final rally. Be* fore the records of this great contest go into pages of history »f Nevada County, there is still time for the contestants to make themselves famous and hand their names down to posterity as the most popular people in this action in the year of our grace •vlo. We desire to give at close of the next count, Tuesday, Oct. Mth, two more gold prizes $10 ** first and $5 as second ?to, the two contestants securing the freatest number of votes between now and Oct 11th. Even if you have done no ef" iective work thus far a little work will help amazing Those who have watched the vote can understand that now is the time to get busy, don’t wait to see what your friends are go ing to do. but do something for yourself and your friends will be sure to help. The young ladies who are run • ning neck and neck in this race are certainly to be congratulat ed and deserves the support and assistance of every patriotic citi zen interested in the community. The following is the standing of the contestants. Pearl Daniel 36.400 Ismay McDaniel 42.000 Mildred Mendenhall 57.300 « Mary Shell 48.875 Carrie Gulley 52 550 Dell McGough 38.300 Fay Shipp 20.600 Ida Kizer 28.400 Rutha White 28.400 Nellie Route 23.000 Remember the special bonus offer 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 Ritchie Grocer Co. (Wholesale only) i Groceries, Flour, Grain, Produce and Fruits I - Phone 19 PRESCOTT, ARK. your patronage solicited. ! 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 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 by the Publisher or one of his assistants, a bonus of 1000 extra votes 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 American 5-10-25 Store Pure Food Grocery Co. City Grocery Co. Mrs. A. E. Shankle A. J. Lavender Joe Boswell The Netwh Studio LUMBA60 AND RHEUMATISM A quick relief from lumbago and rheumatism is had by the application of Hunt’s Lightning Oil, the quick act ing liniment. A friend write?, "‘we have been using Hunt’s Lightmng Oil for 13 years and deem it above all ot hers.—Mrs. J. T. Nevels, Gordon, Tex as, Route 2, Box 31. 25 and 50c bottle All dealers. UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE ANNOUNCEMENT Short Course in Agriculture, November 17th to February 20th The Short Course i:i Agricul ture is designed for men and boys whose duties on the farm will not permit them to take a full college course. The course is given during the season when work on the farm is lightest and, as nearly as pos sible, falls between the seasons of harvest and the season of planting next vear's crop. The work is practical in char ter and planned to give such prac tical instruction as may be ap plied directly to the operation of farm work at home. A minimum age of 16 is fixed, however, it is expected that most students in attendance will have reachedjmature age. Cost will be limited to neces sary living expenses while in at* tendance, the expenses going to and from the college, a small fee amounting to $2 per month and a few books. Instruction will be given along the following lines: Care and treatment of soils; nature application and economic use ■of fertilizers; a study of crops and production of same, breeds of live stock, judging live stock, feeding and care of live stock, fruit growing, growing vegetables and truck farming, study of insect enemies, means of combating insects, treatment of common plant diseases, treat ment of common animal diseases, soundness in horse and other subjects of direct aid to farmers. This school offers to the farmers a correspondence course that costs nothing except the books. Address all inquiries to the 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. College of Agriculture, Fayet vilie, Arkansas, New Fall Hats are ready for inspection now. Call and see our new line. Mrs. M. M. Teal PRESCOTT, ARK. Put your stomach, liver and blood in healthy condition and you can defy dis ease. Prickly Ash Bitters is a success ful system regulator. |i f i I I , > ■ i I E . toheBANK of PERSONAL SERVICE Your Responsibility SUCCESS is largely a matter of the individual and the vigor and force he puts into his work or enterpirse. Individual effort,backed by a strong accommodating bank has brought many men to a position of business prominence. The Bank of Prescott gives every reasonable assistance to its customers. Bank of Prescott Capitol and Surplus $ 150,000. Prescott, Ark.