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IS iVADA COUNTY PICAYUNE
THIS PAPER IS FOR PRESCOTT, NEVADA COUNTY, AND THE'STATE OF ARKANSAS. WHAT ARE YOU FOR? PRESCOTT, NEVADA COUNTY ARKANSAS. THURSDAY. MAY 10. 1917. NUMBER^ VOLUME 10 _ We will sell you anything in our Store Cheaper than any other house in town for the CASH. Try us and see. Our Dry Goods Department is complete and our Groceries are fresh. w. . uchanan. The HARMONY GLEE CLUB, One of the Chautauqua Attractions See the Big Feature “The Melting Pot.” Statement ot Condition ot First Stale Bank, Pres cott, Arkansas, at Close ot Business Kay 1,1917 t; i s*>uu< es t, ! - ami 1 bscitijids . . $ 73.K25.7d , \ arrant- , Cuuniv Si-* ij• 1,660.66 Hi. • IK ■ • f Hi in s«- 10,00(1,1)0 F i • M- ano F'i\ttin s 1,. 60.67 I UN IA A N I * \ N i > IN ot I1KR HANKS 5k, 15‘t.SX 51-15,527 0(i I I Alii KH IKS ' a I . 5 50,000.00 I ■ 1 \ ii ■ i Profits 1,6011.56 II 1 t 1 alii.1t If. t,( oo.INI 1 •! : * • ! .- K0.k63.42 1 "'a 5145,527.00 I1' iibuvf Niaicnai ■ i. ruinrt: 1' M SHARP, Cashier. < OMPAll.vm E .STATEMENT OF DEPOSITS, ■ 2'th 191(1, (<>|M-i.inu >Uv) $27,045.00 '■ ! tt n,U r 12th, ItMO, Rank Corn ( all . 87,241.88 Novi n:Imr 17th. HMD, Rank Com. fall (15.044 74 Ijatc’i Mli. 1917 Min t Com. < all 75.831.91 ■ •*. 1st. PM". I lank Com. C ill 89,853.42 l-ank de|iosit.i arc iiMukly higher in the Fell of the ye-ar k.. i ,r, the Sprang, ami anio our de|n»8its are about 4ft per cent Tnthan fliev w i re Nm 17th. 19U>, shows that we are enj iyijig a suhsiar;titil growth and securing new customers all the time. It you are not already a customer, we would he pleased o aiM your name in the rapid v growing list of those who find ! "If !!.v satisfactory to hank with the f ASTEST (iROWING I-AMK IN' SOOTH WEST ARKANSAS. We wish to most hefjttily th.-mk all those wlm by their yr 1>r,°(r^a^*> a,l<^ friendship have enabled us to enjoy this rapid FIRST STATEBANK PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS. u. S. GOVERNMENT DEPOSITORY CAPITAL $50,000.00. OKKlCiJKS AND IllKKCTORS * 1,1 '■ * "*■ "" K, Waller, Vice'I re,;. }|. At. Sham. ('» hior C- Woo hi I. A. It. Smith, J. M. Striellnc. Cm. K. Civs* V —_ ! “MUCHNESS IN MUSIC” j When “Sam’s” Orches tra Comes. Sam Schildkret and his great orchestra are coming to (’hautau- j qua. At the hare announcement | of this fact one can hear people | say “Goody.” Cor Sain, as the 'leader likes to be called, is a i sure enough favorite. ; “Sam” is sure to be given an j ovation everywhere. How he i will bow, and smile, and how he ; will trv to outdo himself with his ‘ j new program. You know how Sam does it. 1 He has ways all hi is own. He lias broken clean away from the methods of orchestra leaders. The stiffening has all been re moved from his pose. He comes down to earth and talks to his audience. This “talk stunt” helps to keep the people inter ested. Sam doesn’t know this i and they don’t want you to tell I him. It is really a clever thing to do. But if Sam figured it as part of the program the chances j are he would get stage-firght j J and lose his voice. So just let' him talk. • r was tim marvel ot everyone during past Chautauqua seasons how much variety this orchestra ; could cram into one program, j Sam has classics for the “way-. ups” in music and the populai jingles for the masses and such a lot of now ones. Sam. is the candy kid when it come to blaz i ing the way. And “muchness in music,” that is strictly Sam’s way of telling it, too. No other : leader works so hard. What | does he care for warm weather and wilted linen? Encore after I encore, response after response. First Sam and his tiute; then Sam and his piccolo, over and over again. Each piece a reve lation of music at its best. “We plays anyt’ing you want.” “The best is yet to come.” NOTICE Lost One black liors^ mule, 5 years old. 14 hands hign weigh ing about 850 pounds. Left my place at Rosston. Arkansas on Saturday night April 28th. 11*17. Any information given that will lead to the recovery of this nude will be rewarded. Call or ad dress me at Rosston, Nevada County Ark. R. R. Fairchild. ELECTED TO HIGH OFFICE IN COLUMBIA WOODMEN Earl VV. Hodges, former sec- j retary of state, has been elected eminent lecturer for the Colum bia Woodmen, a fraternal insu rance company operating in 21 st ites. The order has 110 lodges in Arkansas, with from 5,000 to 0,000 policy holders. Mr. Hodges’ position with the organization makes him a member cf the Sup reme Lodue. The contract with Mr. Hodges was closed by Lloyd T. Bin ford of Atlanta, Ga.. emi nent consul of the order. Mr. Bintord transferred C. N. Wil hoite from Memphis to Little j Rock, to be the field agent for Arkansas, working with Mr. j Hodges. The by-laws of the! Columbia Woodmen requires; that all premiums collected in a state must he invested in that] state. The loans are made on] farms and real estate. Mr. i Hodges has sold his interestin' the Reliance Life Insurance agency to his partner. W H. Mallory, bu* will retain his Etr ger and Premier automobile agencies. --«•» W. H. Hendrix will do your hauhny any o;d time. LOCAL REGISTRARS 1 UNDER DRAFT LAW 1 t Alabama Township — Falcon, C. A. Fincher and Owen McClure. ' Nichols School House, A. S. J. < Hamilton and Clyde Cox. I Albany Township Sutton, A. < A. Woodul and C. A. Bennett. t Lanehurg, VV. N. Munn and N. '<■ N. Daniel. * Boughton Township —Bough- ( ton, \V. L Britt and Herbert > Ridgell. I Caney Township Rosston, K. * Q. Wortham and Dr. J. T. Men- ! denhall. Cale, J. H. McDaniel and W. 0. Godley. 1 Emmet Township —Emmet J. i M. Garland and R. W. Wylie. Georgia Township -Morris, .J. ; B, Hannah and J. J. Hirst. Se-1! repta, Jim Rhodes and 1). E. Fore 1 Jackson Township - Hatley’s Store. T. E. Blakely ar.d E. Hat ley. Leake Township— Glenviile, J. Doss Phillips and M. M. Mixon. Missouri Township—West Side, W. S. Roe, and Ned Christopher. East Side, Sain E. Munn and J. E. Regan. Parker Township—Bodcaw, E. 1 T. Kennedy and W. N. Mullins. Union, Pink W. Taylor and J. E. Butler Ihdiand l'ownship- Wire Road Jim Bryson and Hen Johnson. < Lackland, B. C. Purifoy a.nd G. W. Dewoody. Taylor Township — Wiilisville, Carl Mann and W. 0 Wateis. Delta. G. S. Allder and B. F. Johnson. Union Township —Bluff City, G. X. Starnes and H. K. Askew, l'heo, W. S. Martin and Jeff Kirk The above is a correct list of the local registrars appointed for Nevada county by the County Board, and each one will receive instructions as soon as same is received by the sheriff. Respectfully submitted, Sam E. Munn, Sheriff, Dr. S. J. Hesterly. County Health Officer, R. D. Martin. County Clerk. Your kidneys deserve the best treatment — Penslar Buchu and Palmetto, 50c and $1.00 will do j the work, only at Hesterly Drug Store. «• • » FARM LOAN ASSOCIA TION ORGANIZED The following were elected as officers of the Prescott National1 Farm Loan Association of Miss ouri Township: (>, It. McDaniel, Pres., Ilart-j well Greeson, Viee-Pres. VV. K. j | Yancey, Sec. and Treas. Direc tors, 0. K. McDaniel, E. Reieh stadt, I). E. Cummings, Jake: Sanders, Hartwell Greeson and W. K. Yancey. The following were elected of-1 ficers of the Rediand National Farm Loan Association of Red-, land Township; B. F. Johnson, Pres., Geo. I. Haynie, Vice-Prer.' W. K. Yancey, Sec, Directors:; B. F. Johnson, Geo. 1. Haynie R. L. Andrews, R. E. L. SCrumpton and Sid Wells. Magic Poultry Tonic, a regulator and the one that makes hens lay. Guthrie Drng Store. EVE ANDERSON PLAYED VIO LIN WHEN AGED THREE Remarkable in many ways is the Means Anderson Company which presents one of the finest of the Chautauqua programs. Their chief claim to distinction rests or the fact that they seem to please every person in their large audiences wherver they go. rhey have the happy faculty of •endering a delightful program n an artistic manner which wins he plaudits of every crowd. Eve Anderson first played the dolin when she was but three! md a half years old. at that limei jeing able to play "Jesus lover >f My Soul” in a manner quite ■emarkable for a *• hi! 1 of that! ige. She played in In r home town’s orchestra until she finish ed school and then she took up music under some of the best known artists. Her playing is; creating a revelation wherever j she goes Miss Edna Means and Miss Pearl Lowe ! >in Miss And* j erson in presenting their pro gram which is vari-.-d and spark ling. The same enthusiasm which she displayed in h* r childnood play, when she broke her ankle playing “Dare,” cracked two. ribs playing basket-ball, broke! her wrist trying to ride a frisky horse, and had numerous close escapes in automobile accidents and two runaways, Miss Edna Means is displaying in her very successful efforts to please her Chautauqua audiences. Without exception, the comments which were received last season by the Redpath-Horner Lyceum bureau concerning the work of Edna Means were more enthusiastic and commendatory, than the n marks concerning any other one artist on the road. A genuine treat awaits Chautauqua patrons when the Means Anderson-Lowe company come to the city. NQTICh 1 have purchased the hlack swith shop of Lon Simpson and will he pleased to have the pub lic know that I want their busi ness ami will do my utmost to please them in all kinds of re pair work. Horse shoeing will be made a specialty. YV. R. Whitten, Jr. Old Resident: “Young man you are about to start a weekly paper here?” Journalist: “Yes sir.” Old Resident: “And 1 suppose you have come to stay?” Journalist: “Yes sir.” Old Resident: “Well, take the advice of one who has seen the rise and full of seventeen week ly papers in this town,” Journalist: “1 will sir; what is it?” Old Resident: “Don’t >ay in your salutatory: ‘YVe have come to stay.’ ” PRESCOTT DISTRICT, THIRD ROUND Mt. Ha, Odra May 26 27. Prescott Circuit, Holly Springs June 2-3. Womble, Sardis June 9-10. Delight. Antoine June 22, 24. Amity. Glenwood, Rosboro June 24. Whelen Springs, June 30 and July 31. Gurdon July 1-2. Mineral Springs July 6. Center Point, Trinity July 7 8. Nashville July 8. Okolona, Trinity July 14-15. Alpine, Smyrna July 21-24. Murfreesboro July 28 29. Little Missouri, bills July 31. Bingen, Pump Springs August 1-5. Orchard View, Riggs Chapel August 7. Columbus, bethel August 11 12. Washington, Sardis August 14. Pleasant Grove August 18-19. Hope August 19-20. Fulton August 21. Blevins, Kbenezer August 25 2(5 Prescott August 20-27. Emmet August 28. J. A. Henderson, P. E. -m m Do yon get up at night? Sanol is surely the he.-<t for all kidney or blad der troubles. Sanol gives relief in 24 hours from ill backache and bladder troubles. Sanol is a guaranteed reme jdv. ar,e and Sl.OO a l ottle at Hosterly drug store. TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE 1 will meet the property own ers of Nevada county at the times and places listed below for the purpose of allowing them to assess their property, both per sonal and real. Please bring your latest, tax receipt. Under the new Township Assessment Law all property must he as sessed in the township where it is located and before the town ship board while in session in said township or pay a penalty j of 25 tier cent of all taxes due. Non-residents are required to furnish the assess <r with lis s of . roperty in each townslrp giving the number of school district on before the first day listed for said township. " Will start out the first Monday in dune. Mates and places will appear next wt ek. Henry Altnand, Assessor. Monk.ins Self Killing Fountain Pens will n > leak, we have them, fine, m--diumorc jur.se, at lies* telly Drug Store. :_ Individual Preparedness INDITIDUAL PREPAREDNESS suggests the thought of individ ual saving, for the only sure way to be prepared for the emergencies which may arise during the coming months of war with its accompanying uncertainty is MONEY IN THE BANK. Start to save today! Duly <iua!itied and a :ting as a United States Depository for Postal Savings Funds. BANK OF PRESCOTT Prescott, Arkansas.