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Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ■ Always Bears the Signature g Bn 01 a a I a 1 in aa aI' use * *' _ For 0vgr Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. tmi ciktaun company *ct* vowk cirv ■■■HnHHHBHHHBHBMnK NOTICE. We wish to reitterate the fact that we cannot publish letters to this pn «‘pr that have no names signed to them Sign your name, it will not be published unless you so desire, but we must know who our correspondents are --- I Lost—One black mare pony about ten years old. weigh about S00 pounds, branded X on left jaw, I> on left shoul der and W on left thigh Liberal re ward for information leading to her recovery. t'. G. Dumas, ti-lb.'lt Sayre. Ark, Did You Know! ———■■■—mi ii—win iuni iwi i■! Ml—nw I hat this was your store and that you were welcome here any old time you came? We are doing our best to serve the people and to give them fair treatment. We carry at all times a complete line of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, FEED We are satisfied with a small margin of profit and if you need any thing in our line we will appreciate your calling here. COME TO SEE US. ! FAMRERS UNION EXCHANGE Phone No. 8. O. G. WYNN, Mgr. PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS. I Federal Land Bank Loans To Farmers! We have money to lend to the farmers of Nevada, Hempstead, Columbia and Ouachita ( ounties at live and one-half per cent interest for live to thirty-four years with prepay privilege. Is your farm mortgaged? If so what rate of inter est do you pay? Would you like to convert that to a 5 1-2 per cent loan? With money at five and one-half per cent could you make your farm worth more to you? We can save you from $25.00 to $45.00 per year on the thousand. PRESCOTT NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION W. K. YANCEY, Secretary-Treasurer. Office Bank of Prescott Building. Phone 342. THE NEVADA COUNTY PICAYUNE C. B. Andrews_Editor. Entered at the Post Office at Pres | cott. Arkansas, as second-class mail I matter. Subscription $1.50 per jear. Telephones The Picayune Office - - 232 C. B. And rew s Residence 149 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY THERE IS A WELCOME FOR CNCLE SAMS BOVS IN THE BI SINESS OFFICE Business will move faster witihii. i tile next five years than ever before ! as a result of Peace. Business is go ing forward now at a rapid rate. There is an unlimited demand for porperlv ! trained help. The want columns of ' every daily paper in every city and i town prove tins. Large Commercial organizations of every kind are adver 'Using for additional help that has tin proper commercial training. The train i ing received by our soldiers and sail , ors is exerting its influence in business The young man who lias been dis charged from military service and who has received a practical business train ng is bound to carry with him into the business office the snap and vigor oils actions which distinguish the work ; nf the American forces at the front and which the American Business men demand today. The business world is demanding the -erviiv of young men who have ad i Mintages ut thorough discipline ami : training and whose physical titn* —■. ; good spirit and work lias won the ad miration of the world. Kvery dL ; charged soldier or sailor should take 'advantage of this opportunity and pro j pare to answer the call of business. The Tyler Commercial College is one of the few schools patronized by dis i a hied soldiers and sailors. With our practical and thorough courses of Bookkeeping, Shorthand. Telegraphy, Cotton Classing and Bus inoss Administration ami Finance, we <ati prepare you in the shortest possi !>li- time, at the least expense, to tale your place in the business world. Hun drods of ambitious ami energetic sol diers and sailors arc now with us, p -paiiug for this 'i-rric. Others * in entering every day. Make a start mm Fiil in and mail for large free cata logue. Name ___ .. Address .. _ I < (mu i/riuKS 01 an kiiju**, uuu ai ways a cold drink of water for you at Guthrie Drug Store. | Phone- 101 We Pay Postage 1 —-..■■ — ■ — OBITUARY. • Mrs Mollie Harris was born Juuu ary 7th, 1*70. died June 4th, 1019. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs John Stewart of Prescott, tin* oldest of a family of twelve, all of whom are living except John and one which died in infancy Those living are: Hob and Aaron of Prescott, and Tom of Blevins. Mrs John Trevillion, Mrs. Alvie Fran cisco. Mrs. Charlie Peachey, Mrs. Damp Huskey. Mrs, tleorge Hunt and Miss Lida Stewart all of Prescott Miss Mollie. as we all called her. had known severe trials, vet she a I ways seemed cheerful Si> often she was called fe minister to 'nine one in pain and never did we know her to refuse. She was the stay of her aged parents, also a second mother to her neire. Pauline. She was at work in the garden when a severe stroke af paralysis reached her and in five hours her smill N'.nt home 1" be with tled and the ll.ly angels What a g .f - though: • !:.< did 11 .1 Wa't I" p’fpa f"f Ilia1 ! line, t • -1 tl. > I r I. -H ilie 1 -rh Us He" Tat wi.c v. a' well at ilia iittcti w .:;, i.t i ,a t l * . t r 1 ■ ■ 'a I -! la -a \ tan , ,.rd _■ i't ttthefs. alway s busy. A i o! la r : a itf; vv-11 i, t ;t: *«• found tit almost every burnt. P.rn Haw sou preached la" funeral to a very large audience Bro Henry Billingsley etnidllettal the sung service lifter which We followed her precious form t > old Midway eeiuetoM. while J H t'oruish lowered her but tv into the silent grave we sang Sleep Sweet ly <>n " oh those bitter tt*ars. yet we would not call her back. After the mound was completely hidden with dowers J there were plenty for the grave of the | precious brother at her side 1 A precious one from us has gone, A voice we low'll is stilled, j A place is vacant in our home That never can Is tilled -Minnie Hotiea. | Remember your drug orders to us L Remember we mail them out the day they are received That means j something to you. Outline Drug Stone I Phone 101 - We Pay Postage. ~_ ___ j r CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF H BANK OF PRESCOTT PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS as made to Commissioner of Banks of the State of Arkansas at the close of business. Mav 12th, 1919. RESOURCES: Loans and Discounts-$580,052.28 Loans on Cotton_ 50.944.6S Overdrafts _ 4,305.88 United States Bonds and Certificates of Indebtedness- 119,500.00 United States War Savings Stamps- 846.00 Other Bonds, County, City and State Warrants- 7,206.53 Building and Real Estate- 8,500.00 Furniture and Fixtures- 10,038.50 Due from Insurance Department_ 724.82 CASH AND DEMAND EXCHANGE_ 138,916.98 TOTAL RESOURCES_$923,386 07 LIABILITIES: Capital Stock, fully paid_$ 75,000.00 Surplus, certified_ 75,000.00 S Undivided Profits net_ 17,952.97 s Payments collected from Customers for Victory Notes_ 14,680.00 S DEPOSITS _ 740,753.10 1 TOTAL LIABILITIES_$923,386.07 | ■M The above statement is correct: EE THOMAS C. McRAE, JR., Cashier. | w m, INTRODUCING Harrell's PERFECT atch MANUFACTURED BY Harrell Automobile Company Of Prescott, Arkansas. A Superior Patch Manufactured with care from Well Chosen Stock. Answering Perfectly the Automobile Owners' Need for a Permanent Tube Patch that Con forms to the Air Pressure in the Tube. Put up in a Neat and i Iandy package, always Read" for Quick Use. As good as "he Best, Because it is the Best, itself. h or cold patch you have been paying 75c and $1.00 \Y e reduce overhead and cut profit, and you get Har rell’s PERFECT Patch for 50c. Every Harrell’s PERFECT Patch guaranteed to give Satisfaction, or Purchase-Price Refunded. If \our nearest dealer or repair shop doesn’t have Har rell s PERI EC I Patch in stock, send 50c and we will gladly mail you a can, postage paid. To Garages and Repair Shops: Handle Harrell’s PERFECT 1 atch in \our locality; write us for our liberal discount proposition— it will interest you. HARRELL AUTOMOBILE COMPANY “Always A Lap Ahead” PRESCOTT, Phone No. 136 ARKANSAS.