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FORTY-FIFTH YEAR PRESCOTT, NEVADA COUNTY, ARKANSAS. JANUARY 11, 1923. NUMBER THIRTY-EIGHT SWIFTS REI) STEER FERTILIZERS We will handle SWIFT’S FERTILIZER again this year. We have handlel the line for several years, and have found it to give satisfaction in every way. We ha\e just received a mixed car of Acid Pros phate, Nitrate of Soda, and ready mixed grades, and can supply you with whatever you may need in the line. We can make special prices to car load buyers. Get our prices before placing your order. We also have in stock:— Red Rust Proof Seed Oats. Red and Yellow Onion Sets. Garden Seed of all kinds. And a car of New Radish Barrels, 75c each. OZAN MERCANTILE CO. Prescott, Ark. PRESP.VTERI \N < IIKISTIAN ENDEAVOR The Christum Endeavor of the Pres byterian church held the most inter esting service since their reorganiza tion la-t summer Sunday evening, when they opened the new year with it consecration service which was in spiring to say the least. The psirents of the Eudeavorers wore invited and turned out in a large body. Florence Logan " - in charge of the program, using f<>i ' or topic I’salm No. 1, which is known its the (Inidchoard Psalm. Short talks by the members were used throughout the program. The finishing touches to an enjoyable evening were made by Dr. •!. < . \\ ill ianis. Mrs. Sam < >. Logan. Mrs. T. C. McRae, ,lr„ Mr. Siitn O. Logan and Mr. W. V. Tompkins who gave short talks to the society, urging large at tendance, close co-operation and en couraging further efforts of the En deavor along all its many lines of work. — RAYMOND (. DROWN Raymond Clifton Ilronw, aged “> years ."> months and 17 days, son of Mrs. .1 C I’.rown, died at the family rcCdence Sunday morning at 9 a. m.. following a short illness. He is sur vived by his mother and one brother. Funeral services were conducted at He Ann Cemetery by Rev. \V. A. Freeman at L\.*»u o'clock Monday, where interment was made. -o MRS. It. D. MeCKACKKN Mrs. Elizabeth - .1. McCracken, aged 7::. died at hte home of her husband, D. 15. McCracken, I’rescott route 1. Monday afternoon, following a short illnes- She is survived by her hus I band. The remains were shipped to Rich mond. Ky„ Tuesday morning for interment. -o Miss Lillie Haves of Hugo, Okla.. was visiting her parents here last week. JUST IN J AT NELSON’S * ' A BIG SHIPMENT OF GLASSES We are going to make you these glasses at the big Special Prices— $2.00, $3.50 and $5.00 as long as they last. The $2.00 glasses are regular $4.50 glases; the $3.50 are regular $6.50 glasses; the $5.00 are regular $8.50 glasses. These $5.00 glasses are big round lenses, the best. Put up in Gold Shelltex Frames. We fit you and guarantee a fit or money beak. Come now while you can buy them at these prices. COURT NEWS Friday the only case tried was tlint of John MeGoughnn vs. Southwestern Bell Telephone Oo., the verdict being returned in favor of McGougluin for $.‘1,000. the amount sued for. ou account of damages received while an employe *>f the company. This was the last of tlie civil suits on the docket. The following criminal cases have been disposed of since Monday morning in the order named: State vs. Geo. Baker and Emma Rogers, illegal cohabitation, dismissed on motion of State. State vs. J. G. Barham, unlawfully giving cheek, dismissed on motion of State. State vs. J. M. Barbaree, appeal, dismissed on motion of State. State vs. Henry Sharp, making liquor, dismissed on motion of State. State vs. John Sahrp, making liquor, dismissed on motion of State. State vs. Ed White, practicing medi cine without license, jury trial—not guilty. State vs. Alex Muldrow, murder 2nd degree, plea of guilty, given 12 years in penitentiary. State vs. Geo. Woodland, receiving stolen property, plea of guilty, fined $10 and given 1 hour in jail. Slate vs. Tom llohson. murder, jury trial, given 2 1-2 years in penitentiary. State vs. Homer Jarvis, drunkenness, fined $10.00. State vs. IYto Fisher, simple assault, lined S-TOO. State vs. Melvin Charles, removing timber unlawfully, jury trial, given MO days in jail. State vs. Geo. Ware, possessing still, jury trial—given 1 year in penitentiary. State vs. Jesse Williams, murder 2nd degree, jury trial—21 years in pen. The Grand Jury which was empanell ed last week was dismissed Thursday afternoon. They examined MS witnesses and returned 21 indictments. Tin* fol lowing is the report in full: To the Hon. Janies H. McCollum. Circuit Judge for Nevada County. Ar kansas : We. the grand jury, empanelled for the January term. 10'JM. of Nevada Circuit Court, report as follows: We have examined MS witnesses and have returned 21 indictments. We find the records of the county well and neatly kept. We have relied upon the report of the commissioners of accounts as to the correctness of the accounts of tin* collecting officers or the county. We find the condition of the county jail to lie comparatively good, and rea sonably sanitary. We recommend that the old plastered ceiling of the kitchen he removed and a new wood overhend ceiling put in. We also find that iron rods should in* run through tin* build ing for tlu* purpose of bracing same, and we recommend that the county judge use Ins discretion in placing thorn. AW find the court house to he well kept with the exception of the excess ruhhish in the basement. Wo recom mend that the windows of tin* base ment be screened with heavy wire for the protection of the windows. AA'o find the condition of the Prescott city jail pood. AA'e find the condition of the county farm fairly pood. There is at present one inmate of the county farm, ami he seems to he well cared for. A\e are informed that a number of women of Prescott have co-operated extensive ly with the county judpe in the matter of the conhty farm and its inmates, and much good has resulted from their assistance. AA’e have received reports from all justices of the peace and constables of the county. AA’e avail this opportunity to thank your honor, the prosecutor, the sheriff and his deputies ami the other officers of the county for their faithful and efficient service and co-operation with us in our endeavor to enforce the laws of the state in this county. \o further business having been pro sonted to us for attention, we res pectively ask to he discharged. Martin Guthrie. Clerk. AA' T, l’.ritt. Foreman. I WE KNOW YOU ANI) YOUR NEEDS The history of Prescott and Nevada County and the needs and aspirations of the people of the com- * munity have a direct bearing on service which the Rank of Prescott has to offer. This knowledge promotes security for our cus tomers and enables us to serve them according to their needs. The officers and directors of this bank know you and your requirements. Let them use this knowledge to co-operate with you for your greater prosperity. BANK OF PRESCOTT Prescott, Arkansas C 7)is Bank is Under . / STATE SUPERVISION ----- INSPIRATION SERVICE The young people are to be con gratulated on the splendid showing made at the Inspiration Service at the Methodist church Monday night. In the regular weekly contest the Kpworth League was represented by 11 mem hers, tht' Christian Endeavor of the Christian church by 8, the Christian Endeavor of the ITebyterian church by 10 and the I!. V. I*. C. of the Baptist church by go, making a total of fid present. Miss Lillie Butcher asked for vol unteers to lend the pageant to be given for the W. C. T. V. on January Hitb. Miss Sue Join's volunteered as Miss Columbia and Mr. Gordon Carlisle as I iicle Sam. Ten other young men and women are needed to complete the cast of characters for the other parts and all the parts are filled with the ex ception of a few. Miss Mary Freeman was in charge of the program. After a short Bible reading by the leader. Miss Sue Jones gave a short talk on. "What the Bible Means to Me.” Marguerite Ward fol lowed this with a clever reading, “Lit tle boy in a Dime Museum.” C. B. Erwin was the next on the program, with a well rendered talk based on the old saying, “All that glitters isn't gold.” John <'. Munn concluded the program with a poem, “Let me walk with the men in the road,” -o MRS DORIS I.OVE Mrs. Doris Love, of Houghton, who left December ”»>. with her husband, Ira Love, for Westminster College, Theuacana. Texas, died there Wednes day morning following a brief illness of pneumonia. - Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Ersery of Hough ton. parents of Mrs. Love were in l’reseott, <mi route to the bedside of their daughter when news of her death reached them. The remains will be returned to Houghton for interment. ___— We Want to Feed You We want to feed you during the coming year, and we pledge you our most earnest efforts to keep you in the pink of condition if you will turn the job over to us. And we will appreciate it, too. COME HERE FOR STAPLE GROCERIES You’ll find our store headquarters for everything in the grocery line. You will find the quality as high as it is possible to obtain anywhere in the wholesale markets. You’ll find our prices as low as it is humanly pos sible for us to make them without going bankrupt. We think these three all-important features should appeal strongly to you, tor we know’ that you want to eat well at as low a cost as possible. NELSON GROCERY ROY NELSON, Prop. Phone No. 374 Prescott, Ark.