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THE UN I VERS At CAR' Most of the Gas Companies throughout the country use a fleet of Ford Runabouts. The same is true of other big corporations. The reasons are very practical. The Ford Runabout is the most economical solution of quick trans portation from manufacturer to retailer. For soliciting business, for the Collector, for the Doctor, Contractor, Builder, and almost every other line of business activity, the Ford Run about is really a necessity. We solicit your order for one or more. We ask your repair business. We would like your motor accessory business. \Ye can serve you, we believe, to your best advantage. HAPRELL AUTOMOBILE COMPANY “Always a l>ap Ahead” Phone 138 M. H. KENNEDY DENTIST Office: First State Bauilding Prescott, Ark. DR. SAMUEL B. GEE Specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO GLASS FITTING Office:-First State Bank Building Prescott. Arkansas DR. A. W. HUDSON Dentist Second Floor Seott Building. Phones: Office 245; Res. 77. PRESCOTT, : ARKANSAS Buy the Extra Ply Here* Why: Ton trot tS to S5% Af'.JrJ OveTutrrnglh I i a MeUiagcr £:tri Dr Tiro. Danger of gto-« fcrr.!stior blow outs t» reduced to a tnlaimrtro Jlelli -or F tra I'ly Tlrt-* rro l.und Mado of Snpt<r-\italic J, V> iiitn Knhhi-r—have tlio Vacuum treud um] '.re 1 GUARANTEED 8000 RflDLES Our representative will toll you tlie savins' you tnal.o la buying Mclllwrer Tin’s. Also ask about V , Tlovt r I-caf Tire*, u q tal tty tiro tt a Ponulas Price. ^ WSTUBDTO CiCCSXlY 8T A. V. MIKKY Kmmt-t, Ark. A TEXAS WONDER for kidney and bladder troubles, gravel, weak and lame backs, rheumatism nnd 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. Grist Mills, Feed Mills, Hay Presses, Threshers, Kerosene En j gines, Shingle Mills and Wood 1 Working Machinery. Write for our I catalogue. I WILLIAMS MILL MFC. CO. OF I . ARKANSAS Texarkana, U. S. A. | ITCH! Inwovv* J without qtmtkatf Haii'iStlu fall* in tha treatment oi Bcacaaa. Tntw.Ringworm,Itch, etc- Don't become dlacuoraaod because other treatmenta failed. Hunt’aSales baa reOaeed hundreds of aucb caaaa. You can’t loaa on oar Mottay Boot) Guarantee. Try . it at our risk TODAY. Prfco Tie * tor aala locally by Hesterly Drug Store CHICHESTER SPILLS BRAND 6*££? •" LADIES I A A DIAMUN Col Ribbon. Druralal DIAMONII RUARU 1’II.l.s, for twrntT-fiTe ynr* regarded n» Ucat, Safest, Always Reliable. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS SS& EVERYWHERE 53SK We Have on Hand Now BULK GARDEN SEED SEED CORN SEED IRISH POTATOES Staple and Fancy \ Groceries and Feedstuff J. K. HAMILTON & CO. Our Motto: “Quality and Service.” Your Trade Appreciated. Phone 88 NEILL BOHLINGER FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL I hereby formally announce my can didacy for the Democratic nomination for attorney general of Arkansas, sub ject to the primaries to be held next August. I am not presuming to arrogate to myself any superior qualities as a student of the law, for a appreciate the fact that there are many others equally well equipped for this respon sible office. However, I know that I am thoroughly qualified and that if I am honored with the suffrage of a ma jority. I will fulfill the trust as faith fully as any one who might he selected. The office of the chief legal counsel of the state is one that requires tin* most careful attention to details, and there are innumerable questions to be considered, vitally affecting the welfare of every individual citizen of the state as well as that of the commonwealth as a whole. 1 submit that my exper ience in public life and my thorough grounding in the law. both common and statutory, have qualified me to serve my people in this capacity equally as well as any other aspirant for this po sition. it is ;i matter of common knowledge to my friends and others that 1 have had a rather successful career as a general practitioner. 1 was admitted to the liar in Little Hock in 1!NK) and since have practiced in the Fifth judicial circuit, which is one of tin* strongest liars in the state, and have enjoyed more than my share of the practice. I was formerly a member of the firm of Hall & Bolilinger. and upon the retirement of Judge Hall 1 became the junior member of the firm of Davis & Bolilinger, the senior member of which is Col. Marcellas I,. Davis, for mer circuit judge of the district. This firm has, in former years, numbered among its members Judge It. ('. Bullock and Judge Jesse Hart, now as associate Justice of tin* supreme court. During my connection I have been largerly the trial member of the firm and have tried practically all of our cases before the various courts of the circuit. This has given me a very wide experience in handling not only criminal but civil cases. The people of Yell eounty honored me in litis hy eleeting me to represent them in tin1 lower house of the General Assembly. As representative, 1 have served (iu days in the regular session and l!3 days in extraordinary sessions. The speaker expressed his confidence in me hy appointing me on several im portant committees, including the judi cial’ ycommiftec. and I enjoyed the dis tinction of being selected as the orator of the House to deliver tin1 closing ora tion. I led the light at the opening of the regular session against the seating of appointees hy the governor, on the theory that an appointive legislative body is contrary to the spirit of a democratic government. The fact that I lost has not convinced me that I was in error. 1 believe that there is no more sacred duty than that of making laws by which our people must be governed, and when these laws are made by those who are not directly chosen by the people, they are not the voice of those who constitute the sinews of the commonwealth. My friends will recall that 1 was also very active in securing the passage of the bill for the purchase of a silver service for the battleship Arkansas. Also that I was among those who took an active part in the emancipation of women from age-long injustice by sc-1 curing tin' adoption of equality of stiff nt ge. I stand for the rigid enforcement of everj law upon the statute books. If tbe law is a had one it should be amended or repealed; if it is a good law those who are charged with its eu-j foreeuient ami fail to (lo so art' recreant in their duty. The people are not expecting from a candidate for attorney general an elab orate platform, but I have endeavored to give you an insight into my qualifi eations for the office'. I will esteem it, a great favor if my friends all over tin' state and those who stand for the' complete enforcement of tin* law, will give me their support. Neill Bohlinger, Dardanelle. Ark. -o AND A SMALL PARCEL, TOO A prosperous comedian, says the Argonaut, was sitting in his drawing room when his servant entered and said. "If you please, sir, a man at the front door wants you to give him a pass for liis wife and six children to see the performance, since lie’s out of work.” “Who is tlie man?” "Don’t know, sir.” "He must lie a madman!” exclaimed the comedian. "Has he got liis facul ties about him?” "I—I—i tiiink so, sir,” stammered tlie maid, "lie’s got something tied up in a red handkerchief.” ROIK'AW men SCHOOL FLAY Tit*' nnmml high school play will Ix> given at thf Rodcaw high school audi torium Saturday night. April 24. Spe cial music will l.c furnished. Admis sion of loo and 2oc will ho charged, tlio prooootls to go to the school henefit fund. TAX ASSESSOR’S NOTICE I will moot tin' property owners of Nevada county at tin1 times and places listed lielow for tile purpose of allow ing them to assess their property, also tlie per capita tax. Cnder tlie new township assessment law, all property must lie assessed in the township where it is located and before tlie Township Board while in session in said township or pay the penalty of 2.'i per cent of all taxes due. Non-residents are required to furnish the assessor with verified lists of prop erty in each township, on r before the day listed for said township: Lackland, Bcdland, Tuesday, May 1!. Wire Rond, Hedlund, Monday. May 1. Bluff Vity. Cnion. Wednesday, May .">. Bluff City. Cnion. Thursday, May 0. a. m. Then, Cnion, Thursday. May <i. p. m. Hatley's Store. Jackson, Friday, May 7th. Blakeley’s Store, Jackson. Saturday. May S. a. m. Wood lawn, Leake, Monday. May 10. p. m. Bienville, Leake. Tuesday. May 11. Davidson, Taylor, Wednesday. May 12. a. m. Stockton. Taylor. Wednesday, May p. m Delta, Taylor, Thursday, May 13. Willisville. Taylor. Friday. May 14. Hussion. (’au**y, Saturday, May 15. Mt. Moriah, ('aiiey. Monday. May 17. a. m. ('ale, Caney, Monday. May 17. p. in. ('alo. Cauey. Tuesday. May is. a. in. Morris. (Jcorgia. Tuesday. May is. p. in. Kooky Mound, (ieorjjia, Wednesday. May 111. a. m. lainehui'K. Alhany. Thursday. May 20 Sutton. Allmny, Friday. May 21. Sutton. Albany. Saturday, May 22. a. in. Nichols’ School House. Alabama, Monday. May 24. Falcon. Alabama. Tuesday. May 25 Falcon. Alabama. Wednesday, May 2(1. a. in. Fuller’s School House, l’arker. Thurs day. May 27. a. m. liodeaw. Parker. Thursday, May 27. p. m. P.odcaw, Parker. Friday. May 2s. a. m. Fnion Church. Parker. Friday. May 2S, p. m. K linnet. Fniniet. Monday. May 31. Km met. Knniiet. Tuesday. June 1, a. ni. Houghton. Houghton. Wednesday. .lune 2. Prescott. Missouri. Thursday, June 3. to and including Wednesday. June 11. HEN It V ALMA Ml. Assessor. STOMACH TROUBLE Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky., says: "For quite a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. 1 would have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have regular sick headache. 1 had used pills and tablets, but after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just teemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they wen no good at ail for my trouble. I heard THEDFOKD’S ' • V** * ‘ 'f BLACK-DRAUGHT wrr Mgbly, so began to use tt. It cured I keep tt in me house all the time, tt is the best Ihrer medicine made. I do not have sick headache or stomach trouble any more." Black-Draught ads oa the Jaded Ihrer and helps It to do Its important work at throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sys tem. This medicine should be in every household tor use in time of need. Get a package today. Jf you fed sluggish, take s dose tonight You will feel hash to morrow. Price 25c s package. Ail druggists. ONE CENT A DOSE am THOMAS C. McRAE, Candidate for Governor L.WV ENFORCEMENT At th<“ risk of being culled old-fashinned and ‘•unprogressive" by my pro fessional politician ail versa lies. I must declare for strict law enforcement, as an important feature of my platform in my race for governor. A governor of a state can break down respect for file laws of his common wealth with more swiftness and certainty than any citizen of that state—if he dares to do it. Likewise, lie can do more for law and order than any single function or factor of the state—if only he will. The Hot Springs Racing Disgrace Will not Ik* repeated while l am governor, if I am honored with that high office, and f seek no trade or alignment with any force or faction that thinks gambling on a big scale entitled to more immunity and consideration than a crap game. The Bootlegger, a Menace to Human Life Must be given his just deserts, and more and more the courts and juries of Arkansas are meting out to him the sentences he so richly deserves, and if chosen your governor. I promise to respect the courts enough to pardon no known bootlegger or distiller. 'rhere Are Enough Laws, if They Are Enforced And if law is not worthy of enforcement it should be repealed. This question of respect for the laws is a growing one. for there is a manifest tendency to treat them loosely and lightly, and no candidate for governor Is entitled to the I respect of the voters who treats with the forces of wrong or lawlessness for u mere mess of political pottage. I offer you a business administration, devoid ot political trickery, and unhampered by pre election promises to professional politicians. T. C. McRAE. Only 1671 Out of 170,000 * ^ Ministers Pay Income Tax Xj} 1— pi o*ci Ministers are exempt from the operation of the income tax law — not through any specific exemption In the law itself but because they do not earn enough money to come within the law's minimum require ment. Out of a total of 170,000 ministers in the United States, but 1,C71 receive a big enough salary to be required to pay any income tax. These incomes were not only pay from churches but Included pri vate earnings too. Hundreds of mlnistore have been forced to en gage in some occupation outside of the ministry such as poultry rais ing, barberlng, market gardening, etc., to earn enough to feed and clothe their families. These figures •how vividly why the Intercburch World Movement has Included In creased pay for ministers as ona of the chief planks in its forward looking, five-year program for the expansion of Protestanism throughout th/» world. The average salary of the col lege trained preacher is $937 ac cording to established figures—• several hundred dollars less than the average annual earnings of the uneducated worker in some of the leading industries of the country. A worker In the rubber industry averages $1,526.20 a year. The av erage for the boot and shoe work er is $1,346; for the chemical worker $1,326.40; the silk work er. $1,179.88; for the paper work er $1,164; and for the wool work er f 962.73, I NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby Riven that the un dersigned as guardian of the estates of Richard Caldwell and Watson Cald well, will, as soon after the expiration of four weeks from date hereof, as may be. apply to tin* Nevada County Pro bate Court for authority to sell the interest of said minors in the following real estate, to-wlt: Lots 4, 5 and ti, blk. 46, Railroad Survey to Prescott, Arkansas. This the 7th day of April, 1920. 4-S-t4 D. L. M’RAE, Guardian. FOB SALE—Rhode Maud Red eggs, pure breed laying strain, $1.50 per set tlug of 15. Prize winners, $5.00 per sett inn of 15. Also registered l>uroe Jersey Hogs, best. Boyd Bros., Route 1, Emmet, Ark. FARM LOANS Liberal Terms. Prompt Action. No delay or red tape. You set all you borrow. Call or write R. L. BLAKELY. Preeeott, Arkansan.