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The Nevada County picayune. (Prescott, Ark.) 190?-current, April 01, 1920, Image 4

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The Kird You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use fox over thirty years, has borne the signature of
^ ■— and has been made under his per
/jF sonal supervision since its infancy.
V^aSyT. Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good ” are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,
Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains
neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its
age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has
been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising
therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids
the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bought
THg CKNTAUW COMPANY, fslTW V O M f CITY,
Will Not be One Day Without
PE-RU-NA
This Lady TELLS Her FRIENDS
Mrs. Mary Fricke, 507 Bornman St., Belleville,
111., Is just one of the many thousands of ladies
throughout the country who, after an agony of
years, have at last found health, strength and
vigor in PE-RU-NA.
Her own words tell of her suffering and recovery
better than we can do it: "I suffered with my
stomach, had awful cramps and headaches so I
often could not lay on a pillow. Saw your book,
tried PE-RU-NA and got good results from the
first bottle. To be sure of a cure I took twelve
bottles. I have recommended PE-RU-NA to my
friends and all are well pleased with results. I
will not be one day without PE-RU-NA. Have not
had a doctor since I started with PE-RU-NA, which
was about fifteen years ago. 1 am now sixty-three
years old, hale, hearty and well. Can do as much
work as my daughters. I feel strong and healthy
ana weign near two nunarea pounds. Before, I
weighed as little as one hundred. I hope lota of MRS. MARY FRICKB
people use PE-RU-NA and get the results I did.” An experience like
that of Mrs. Frlcko is an inspiration to every sick and suffering
woman. /
If you have catarrh, whether it be of tho nose, throat, stomach,
bowels, or other organs, PE-RU-NA is the remedy. It is not new;
it Is not an experiment. PE-RU-NA has been tried. PE-RU-NA has
been used by thousands who once were sick and are now well. To
prevent coughs, colds, grip and Influenza and to hasten recovery
there is nothing better.
PE-RU-NA will improve the appetite and digestion, purify the blood,
sooth the irritated mucous linings, eradicate the waste material and
corruption from the system. It will tone up the nerves, give you
health, strength, vigor and the joy of living. Do what Mrs. Mary
Fricke and thousands more have done—try PE-RU-NA. You will be
glad, happy, thankful.
Tublet or Liquid. Sold Ererywhert.
l’OU SALK — Rhode Island Red eggs.
Jill re loved laying strain, SI r>0 per set
ting of ir«. Prize winners, S.'.itO per
setting of lo. Also registered l)uroe
Jersey Hogs, best, ltovd Pros, Route
1, Emmet, Ark.
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It' you need a r<mm1 Sprint; Tonic :
ctill Guthrie Drut; Store. We han
dle every standard remedy you
want.
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MR. CAVEMAN KEPT HIS HOME
FIRES BURNING
Mr. Caveman carried in logs for his kitchen
fire. It was the living room fire too, and the
furnace. It couldn’t be allowed to go out,
and it kept him busy. Rut it kept Mrs. Cave
man busier because it was the very heart
of home, and about the most necessary thing
they had.
Compared to the old days when they didn’t
know anything about fire, it was a wonderful
discovery. But it was an awful bother.
Discovery has gone right on, getting more
and more wonderful, and the bother is get
ting less and less.
Look into a cheery modern kitchen with one
of those shiningly efficient stoves that burn
Arkansas Natural Gas. You see just another
everyday piece of magic.
Arkansas Gas users have formed the habit
of home comfort. It s another indispensable
thing—like electricity or trains—that man
has invented to make life more worth living.
ARKASAS NATURAL GAS CO.
! NEVADA COUNTY PICAYUNE
| C. B. Andrews_Editor.
Entered nt the Post Office at I’res
<. 11. Arkunsa . as second-class mail
matter. .
Sl’BSriilP 5ON
One Year- -
I Six Months_
Three Months
$1.50
Telephones
The Picayune Office - - 232
C. B. Andrews Residence 149
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
ANNOUNCEMENT
Ttie Picayune is authorized to an
nounce the following names as candi
dates for the different offices of Nevada
County, subject to the action of the
Democratic Primary, 11)20:
For Tax Assessor
CLARENCE J. TIDWELL
Houghton Township
C. C. (LEM) WOOSLEY
Albany Township
For County and Probate Clerk
ALGIA DILLARD
Albany Township
ERNEST C. STEED
Albany Township
For County Treasurer
W. N. MENN
Missouri Township
HOI MAW
Hod caw creek is rising; why not.
everything else is going up.
.1. I). Parker, 1 >. 1>. McCargo, Pink
Taylor and Bryan Warinaek made a
trip to Prescott Saturday on business.
Among those who went to Hope last
week were K. T. Kennedy, Dr. Pool.
Prof. .1. W. Teeter, H. K. Herring. Irl
Herring. Harry Lambert. .1. T. Butler
and Luther Mitchell.
Several from Bodeaw No. 2 attended
the program at Bodeaw No. 1. They
report a tine time.
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert vsiited their
daughter. Mrs. Wesson last week.
.1 M. Boswell. I think, will start
out soon. He has bought a Mormon
lx >ok.
If you care more for picture shows
than for church services, would Hod
be ashamed to be called your Hod'/ We
believe every child of Hod should know
how t otell a lost person how to be
saved.
Among those who visited W. H.
Miinu last Sunday were I)r. Hamer
and wife from I {opt*; H. T. Boswell and
wife front Waldo; Miss Adell Herring
from Central School, Conway; Howell
Herring and wife, Mrs. P. H. Herring
and Jack, from Prescott. Will, have
you anything left?
Davis Atkinson and wife were back
to see us again Sunday.
Harry La ml tort has bought a Ford.
Look out girls, he is coming.
Mrs. W. H. Munu is visiting relatives
and friends at Prescott this week.
Tom Phillips, who is working at a
saw mill near Itosston, came in Sunday
and spent a few hours with home folks.
Percy Blakely 'Jind family of near
Itosston. was on our streets Sunday.
LOST—Small cameo broach on the
streets of Prescott. Finder will please
return to Jessie Freeman at McKae &
Tompkins’ office.
.■■■■■iilHIII
Condensed Statement of the Condition of
PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS
as made to Commissioner of Banks of the State of Arkansas
at the close of business February 28th, 1920.
RESOURCES:
Loans and Discounts_$ 695,211.33
Demand Loans on Cotton_ 58,912.33
Overdrafts _ 2,192.99
U. S. Bonds and Certificates of Indebtedness_ 117,250.00
City and County Warrants_ 4,924.85
Due from Insurance Department_ 449.62
Other Real Estate_ 1,220.40
Building and Real Estate_ 8,754.03
Furniture and Fixtures_ 8,500.00
CASH AND DEMAND EXCHANGE_ 260,801.44
Total Resources_$1,158,216.99
LIABILITIES:
Capital Stock, fully paid_$ 75,000.00
Surplus, certified- 75.0C0.00
Undivided Profits_ 22 701.10
DEPOSITS - 985,515.89
Total Liabilities-$1,158,216.99
Comparative Statement of Deposits:
Deposits February 28, 1919.$743,970.52
Deposits February 28, 1920.$985,515.89
A net Increase in Deposits over last year
same date-$241,545.37
The above statement is correct:
THOMAS C. McRAE, JR., Cashier.
“THE OLD RELIABLE”
STILL GROWING
A TEXAS WONDER
for kidney and bladder troubles, gravel,
weak and lame backs, rheumatism and
irregularities of the kidneys and blad
der. Regulates bladder troubles in
children. If not sold by your drug
gist, by mail $1.25. Small bottle is
two months’ treatment and often cures.
Send for sworn testimonials. Dr. E
W. Hall, 2926 Olive srteet, St Louis
Mo. Sold by druggists.
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Face Powders, Face ('reams, Talcum
Powders, Toilet Waters, Tooth Paste.
We have all the leading makes. Hes
ter! y Drug Store.
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Don’t worry about your Paris
(Jreen and other insecticides this
year. We have the largest stock in
Prescott. We will till your orders,
large or small, and when you want ,
it. Outline Drug Store.
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One of
Bynn Yann’s Grocery Stores
will open here soon
at I 1 9 West Main Street, and will be oper
ated by Mr. r. G. Wylie.
All stock will be sold to local people,
making it a community store. Shares will
be $35.00 per share. 3 per cent on gross
sales will be paid stockholders monthly, or
about 36 per cent annually on investment.
T his company has about 200 stores now
operating. All stores insure one another
against any loss that may occur, thereby
making your investment safe.
I'or full information see or call
J. D. RUTLEDGE, or
MR. or MRS. EVERMYER,
Bratton Hotel.
i
[ POPULAR AND ADVANTAGEOUS
\ This Low Rate Commercial Policy
» Investigate the provisions of this con
tract, before buying Life Insurance of any
► kind.
i Seeing is believing. i
I. A. BLAKELY,
Local Agent, Aetna Life Insur* <
ance Company. Office at Bank
of Prescott. ,
Write Or Phone Us |
your needs and we will send your packages ;
to you by
PARCEL POST
Don t forget the convenience afforded by the i
Rural Delivery System when next our goods j
are needed.
Registered Pharmacist
BUCHANAN DRUG STORE
West Front Street.
We Pay the Postage. Phone 67
PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS.
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