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FORTY-FIFTH YEAR _ PRESCOTT, NEVADA COUNTY, ARKANSAS. MA * 4, 1922. NUMBER TWO
Seed Now in Stock We now have in stock the following Seeds, except the Sudan Grass Seed, which will be in the last of the week: Early Speckled Velvet Beans, per bushel $2.50 Bunch Velvet Beans, per bushel_$3.50 Mammoth Yelow Soy Beans, per bushel __$4.00 Hickory King Corn, per bushel_$3.00 Orange Cane Seed, per bushel_$1.50 Amber Cane Seed, per bushel _$1.50 Sudan Grass Seed, per pound_ 8c Bermuda Grass Seed, per pound_ 50c “Raise Your Own Feed” OZAN MERCANTILE CO. Prescott, Ark. AROUND THE WORLD Couple Stopped Over in Prescott on Journey Around the Globe on Foot. J. F. Bell and niece, Miss Neeley, en route around the world on foot, were in Prescott a couple of days this week. They started from Washington, I >. 0., in May, 191'?, and have covered 92,798 miles of a total of 116,740 to be covered, being due to arrive baek in Washington January 5. 1925. Mr. l?elland stated they opened a bank account in every city visited, and to date had a total of ,‘?6,.'tl0 accounts. Every postoffice is visited, and the postoffice stamp placed in his record book. After looking over our city a cuple of days, the couple continued on their way Wednesday. -o MARRIAGE LICENSES Cupid got busy again last week, ^fter enjoying a long vacation, and County Clerk Algia Dillard issued the following marriage licenses Saturday: Donald Hoffma, 21, and Miss Min nie Hendrick. IS. both of Okolona. Theodore 1). Seals, 2d, and Miss Berdie Sudsberry, 17, both of Pres cott. Oscar Nieineyer, 2d. and Miss Eureka Morris, IS, both of Prescott. Louis Bradford, 21 and Ollie Tid well, 20. of Prescott, (col.) Boy Bell. 22. and Elverna ('row, is. of Okolona, (col.) -o SI DSBKKRY SKAI.S i Theodore 1). Seals and Miss Berdie Sudsberry were married Sunday morn ing at the residence of Itev. Theo E. Hall, who pronounced the ceremony in the presence of a number of young friends of the couple. Immediately after the ceremony the [party repaired to the home of the groom’s parents, where a sumptuous | dinner was enjoyed. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 1. P. Seals of route 2. and is a prominent young farmer. The bride is the charming daughter of Mr. and | Mrs. E. T. Sudsberry also of route 2. “Gifu That Last” ON SALE HERE A new shipment of Ever sharp Pencile, 65 cents, $1.00, $1.50, $1.75, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50. No need of tellinp you about the EVERSHARP. You know what it is. Come in today and pet one, while we have a brand new stock to select trom. N. B. NELSON Jeweler and Optometrist. PRESCOTT MAN WAS WHIPPED Is Seized by Masked Men, Taken Out of Town and Given Severe Beating Owen Munn, city salesman for the Prescott Ice Company, was seized by five masked men last Sunday night, blindfolded and taken in a car to some point outside tlie city, given a severe whipping, and brought back to the city and let loose on Main street. He was accused of being intimate with a 13 year old g:rl, but strenuous ly denies any wrong doing. Tyree Crossland was with Munn at the time be was accosted, and was Told to be on bis way, and he lost no time in "beating it." The matter was reported to Police men Willingham and Murrali scum after Munn had been seized, but they were unable to locate the party, and so far no arrests have been made It was thought the local Ku K!n\ Klan was responsible for the beating of Munn. but officers of that organiza tion deny any connection with the affair. -o WHAT CAN WE DO TO FI R THER LAW ENFORCEMENT? In an address by Pr. Wilbur Colvin, vice-president of Cox College, on “Law Observance and Law Euforeentent.’ which appeared in a recent issue of the Georgia Bulletin, the state \V. C. T. C. paper, he reviews the prohibition situation and calls attention to the fact that “through propaganda of re markable subtlety and shrewdness the masses of the people are being steadily deceived and decoyed as to ttLe work ings and results of the prohibition amendment and the enforcement regu lations under it.” Commenting upon the pernicious ac tivities of the wets, the growing, dis regard for law and other evils that threaten our government. Pr. Colvin asks. “What can we do?” and then | proceeds to answer his own question: “Give every help and encourage ment to all officials who are for law enforcement, and turn out of office as quickly as possible any who seem to wish to he popular with the criminal class. “Insist that prison terms and no: fines be the penalty for violation of most laws, especially the prohibition laws. And the fee system for paying court officials should be utterly abolished. "Arouse anil instruct the peoplec on eerning tlie real condition of affairs as to disregard for law, and the cer tain consequences. And especially train up the children in the way in which they should go. Train them— don't simply let them grow op. Weeds just grow up: cotton and corn must ho cultivated. "The time is at hand when parents and teachers and publicists and states men all must get down to sober, solid, God-fearing thinking and acting. Let us teach that right must he the rule of action because it is right—for con science sake. We must re-establish urivate life, domestic concerns and state affairs upon the firm foundation of the Hock of Ages. To fear God and keep His commandments is the funda mental duty of mankind "As a final word. let me exhort you as good, loyal citizens of this great Republic, to lose no opportunity to agitate, educate and arouse on this great, vital issue of making tlrs a ; law-abiding and God fearing nation. I For tlie nation and kingdom that will not serve Thee shall perish: yea. those , uat'ons shall be utterly wasted.'" I nion Signal. Bald beaded men never go insane, j been use they have no hair to tear out. ! -o A bachelor is only half a man. and after marriage lie ain't even that. A good many self made men made I an awful mistake in not consulting an ; expert. MAKE YOUR FARM PAY Diversified farming on a sound business basis will as sure a steady profit year after year. This bank believes that farmers of this vicinity will realize maximum reutrns from their farming operations by raising and selling more chick ens, eggs, butter, cream, and garden truck—in addition to crops. Combine your diversified farming with a curtailing of all debts and obligations in so far as humanly possible—and the road to prosperity lies be fore you. BANK OF PRESCOTT Prescott, Arkansas MRS. W. A. FORBES DIED SUDDENLY YESTERDAY Mrs. Sarah Forbes died at the fam ily residence south of tlie city, at " o'clock yesterday morning. She was 77 years of age, and is survived by her husband, W. A. Forbes, and two sisters. Mrs. Willie Garnett of Hop kinsville. Ky., and Mrs. Lizzie Wil liams of Nashville, Tenn. Funeral services will be held at the Baptist church Friday afternoon, con ducted l>y Rev. W. A. Freeman, and the remains will 1m* taken to Arkadel phia for interment, on No. .‘Ml. -o E. T. KENNEDY ANNOUNCES FOR COUNTY JUDGE E. T. Kennedy of Bodeaw authorizes us to make formal announcement of his candidacy for the office of county and probate judge of Nevada county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. Mr. Kennedy lias been a resident of this county for 2f» years, and his friends nr<* legion throughout, tho county. He has never before sought a public office, anil enters the race at this time only after earnest solicita tion of voters and friends from all sections. Mr. Kennedy lyis lteen a prosperous farmer, and is located at Rodcaw, where he conducts a very successful mercantile business. H!s ability and qualifications to con duct the affairs of tho office to which lie aspires are not questioned by those who know him. and lie will appreciate your support. We assure the voters of Nevada county that they will make no mistake * in carefully considering his claims i»e fore casting a vote. -o IIAKRISWHITK William K. White and Miss Eunice Harris were married at the home of the bride’s pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. 1*. Harris, last Sunday afternoon, Rev. Then. P. Hull officiating. IF YOU CAN PAY 1J% ADDITIONAL INTEREST RATE ON YOUR MORTGAGE. Sounds almost impossible; but a small additional per centage on your interest rate will guarantee pay ment In Full of the entire balance on your mortgage when death calls you. Your widow will have her hands full aside from this obligation.’ You can easily relieve her of your obligation under this wonderful contract Look at This At age 35. Less than 1 1-2 per cent annually can cels your mortgage in event of death the next 20 years. You don’t have to come in. Write I. A. BLAKELY, Agent Legal Reserve Old Line Life Insurance Office with Mayor R. P. Hamby, Prescott, Ark.