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TAL, HARO WORK, PERSISTANCE, DETERMINATION, PRACTICE, SERVICE, AE’LIJV j0 LOAN TO OUR CUSTOMERS, LARGE OR SMALL, AY ANY SEAS&N Of VEER, are tire vrinte factors that eventually win success. A large number of our customers owe their success in no small measure to this bank; this bank m turn owes its succes to its many loyal customers, and these customers were obtained through one or more of the prime factors named m this advertisement. Our deposits for the first time m the history of the bank reached the hall million ma tember 28th; climbed to $507 455.42 on September 29th and closed the last day of Septembt r with ----- rk oi; *P $518,495.95 Over On August 29th, 1916, our deposits totaled $390,779.50, a gain ot $127,716.43 from that date to and through September 30th, 1916. We are proud of this showing and wish to thank all our customers for the business they have given us, and wish to assure each and every one doing business with this bank that our business will be carried on in the same manner as in the past, the same service, the same willingness to loan money with satisfactory security, as in the past, and these loans will be made in hard times the same as in good times. $296,515.42 Cash and sight exchange of this bank at the close of business September 30th, 1916 was We Loan Money Every Business Day in the Year Our business is governetl with conservatism. Speculation plays no part in its conduct. It lusters and encourages home enterprises, all of which make for soundness and satisfac tory bank service. BAMK OF PRESCOTT Capita! and Surpin The ievada County Picayune t b 'tNimkWst, - Kditok Knt . i at the Post Office at Pros r iU, \rkansu '»•= second-class tnuil •natter 8u»»i'RIPTION $1.00 Pkr Ykak TELEPHONES. «r*. Pttdyunc Office . . 232 C 6 Andrew's Residence 149 euRUSHKO KVKRV THIRSDAY TELLS ON THE KIDNEYS I’rcacott People Have Found This T< He True. Th« .dfu.n of isirwurk tells on weakened kidneys. The hurry am worry of husmess men. the heavy #>fuitR md stoo|>m*f of workmen, the •roman's household cures, tend to weai weaken and injure the kidneys until they cuii no lotiRi r t Iter the potsot frmi thi blood and the whole body suf ier. from tin waste matter that accu mulates. Weakened kidneys n. ed quick assistance. Doan's Kidney Pills are prepared especially foi weakened kulney . lin'd, worn-out back'- ha\. Iovert t hoir merit in thousands of sucl casris (’onvinciriR proof of their worth in a Prescott citr, en’s statement. W M. Weeks, I hnksiniti . Prescott, >»ys ' About u Vi ir uro. I had to atej* wrl. for i tit::., .wimr to weak ► tdney Vy 1 . m.i d n ■ a' on stoopr p P . • het •!«., I had sharp y uins ,u ro.s t ■ 1 . < )f n my in i I-* h . ili.e - 1 ' the tie*!: ; \ di-i in, t 1 e- ( ui! i'd up M v k i. 11 i y - acted rri-irularp. ai d . idm \ cri t ,i. vvi n seat.t.v I couidn’; : vep * ‘l and 1 ■ t - \ cry m • . Yft.-r i box of I >■'ail’s Knlney Pills |.ns ii i; at Me-' ri\ l)ru. Store, 1 * a • ■ to work w t i.o a pan In im b. »*> kid'e >r i. Rood shape Del. Pnre &0c, at all dealers. Don’t sim (ply ask for a kidn-y remedy Ret Doans ICidnej Pill the same that Mr Weeks had Foster Milhurn l’o., t rops, Buffalo. New York s $150,000.00 THEO After an absence of two weeks I come a^ain with my budget. Health generally speaking is good and every body harvesting their crops. Mrs. M. Mooty and daughter spent Sunday with Mrs. Letha Knight. Mr. ami Mrs. Mcateer attend ed church at Hopewell Sunday. Mattie Creech and Josie Mca teer spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Nettie Beaver. Mr. Eddie and Aimer Sweat man were seen passion enroute to Mr Mooty'sSunday afternoon. IV o bad Jessie wasn’t at home. Mr. and Mrs. W. N Kirk vis ited home folks Saturday and Sunday. Smashup. the quotations you refered to* to were very good vet 1 hardly think the latter one was applicable t; myself in this case, and w ith your permission I .viil ask that yen t ad the latter clause of t! re \ ersi of ' he K’.tli chapter ' St Matthew laid '' Kt: t nas 1m gnn mak ing rnolassL.- this v.<. k. Grandpa Kni • ht left for l.uf kin Texas Saturday, when he 1 lias got 11 • close tin trade l\ r I the sale of his farm, THOS C. McRAE, JR., Cashier CONDENSED STATEMENT OF BAISIH OF PRESCOTT AS MAI»h I'O I'OMMISSIONKU OF HANKS OF THK STACK OF ARKANSAS AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEPTEMBER 12, 1010 1 i ! RFSOCKCKS Loans ami Discounts i )vcrdrafts Honds, City and County Warrants Ruilding and Real F.stati Furniture and Fixtures Due from Insurance Department Revenue Stamps CASH AND SItiHT FXCH \NCF $;mi.7m.m tWl.Ol 33,273.01 10,1)00.(HI H,IH.W.00 h;y so aM.Sl 17a, 131.20 Ft >T AI. RFSt U’RCKS ?5*»!*,;«2T. 10 LIABILITIES <'Al’ITAL STOCK, fully paid, ..> To,1"1".1,1 Surplus, certified I (.divided I’rofiis, net lieserved for I nterest 1>EI'()SITS AS K )LL< )\\ S Savings Department Certificates of Deposit Demand Deposits Cashier's Checks Total Deposits TOTAL LIABILITIES T'i.UIH'.IN* '.s'.M.IT I !*•»,(» 14 77 l.‘’.,!*KO 21 :«is,: r.:: 1,2i*;> 2!' !M 13,85#. K» II. f _>7. i!' The Above Statement is Correct. Til OS. C. Me MAE, JP.. Cashier. Mi anil Mrs. 1 "> ariie \ isited their nan*".’s M r K binsun Mo A i ■ Monday. Say Bo Mow much surprised it I w* >. ! you that 1 1<i ow > o'i? j Robert has his new hou Mcato. i at d M In* \ i'> - to tell se near ly wm 'mi t"* Am a' ra <] we will ' ■ i .oi i May IU‘ii<■ li* ad the ads in Hu- Piw yt;i C h i 1 d r e n C r y FOR FLETCHER S R I A ny.-pep.Ma, X.m-oa, S.mr Stor.un:, ntar.nn. Heartburn ami Ma • ’ ’ ^ ' r' * "o l and all foin t* of S; * “ * 1 * vr T» -!i i rifa.'u CHl)tied l«y V ui;t >. Sod In Hesf**rly l)ni.r Slot Prescott. Ark. mu jyet all 1 h" f<>o<I 'n]u!jaV; vhat YOU rat Start it ^ S' >ld bv Hertarly Prescott. Ark , >10^