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The Prescott daily news. (Prescott, Ark.) 1907-1941, November 04, 1918, Image 2

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The News Printing Company
Entered as second class mail mat
ter November 4th. 1905, at the post
bflke at Prescott, Ark., under the act
of Congress, March .1, 1879
Attendance at Sunday school was
1:55, fairly good considering conditions
Amount contributed, $5.t’>0. New
members received S. In the absence
of Supt- C. C. Calhoun, W. P. Murrah
assistant, led the Sunday school.
A large crowd heard the pastor’s
splendid sermon at 11 o’clock on “The
Great Commission.” The congrega
tion seemed eager to take in all that
was said and all seemed hungry for
the gospel after a month’s staying at
home on the Sabbath.
The Kpworth League had a fair at
tendance at the l’> o’clock service. The
service was led by Miss Griswold, this
being her farewell meeting with the
League. The program was splendid
and the subject “Consecration,” was
thoroughly discussed by a number of
good talkers. Special music was also
At the evening preaching service, a
very strong and effective sermon was
delivered by the pastor. “Paul’s Vis
ion’’ which was especially interesting
to the young people, as well as the
older, furnished a means of drawing
a number of present day lessons
therefrom. A good crowd was in at
Sunday school again opened at the
Baptist church yesterday morning
with 52 present. Attendance low.
It is earnestly requested that all
members of the Baptist church meet
on Wednesday night at the church for
transaction of important business.
I. A. Blakely, S. S. Supt.
K1IIST—because you can al
ways find just what you are
looking for in the Grocery line.
SKC ONI)—Because^ the Gro
ceries you buy are always ab
solutely fresh.
Ii>' using
V Nickel a Ho\
Dry wood for sale on Heddle harm,
adjoining town. Phone 280. .’>ltf
Mrs. J. D. Wilson is visiting rela
tives in Little Rock this week.
See J. A. Bryan for tombstones and
monuments. 4d6
W. ('. Nutt and family motored to
Hope and Lewisville yesterday and
; spent the day.
Miss Florence Watson of Shreve
port, is in the city visiting at the
home of her brother. F. .1. Watson.
.1. F. Burke left this morning for
i Little Rock, where he will have a
! growth removed from his eye.
l’EBESCO Tooth Paste, used twice
I a day will keep the mouth germs away
' Buchanan Drug Store. 28d2
LOST A book written by E.
Streeter. Name of Chester Woosley
written on it. Present at this office
and oblige. Id2
H. Ci. Stuart of Pine Bluff, a for
mer resident of Prescott, spent yes
terday in the city with relatives and
Mrs. Chas Jones and children of
Cam leu, arrived here Saturday even
ing for a visit with relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Stevens of High
land. motored to Prescott yesterday
and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. VVuertz.
FOR SALE or trade—Del.aval
Cream Separator in good condition.
P. Delmiey. RED no. a, Prescott. j
<14-21 pd j
EYEREADY Non-Sulphating Stor-1
age Bolt.rv is. the best on earth—
that's why we sell it. Harrell Auto
mobile Company. 28do
W. it. Steed left yesterday on his
rounds as salesman for tile St. Louis
Queensware Company, after a few
days here with home folks.
(1. C .Cameron left Saturday even
ing for Wichita Falls, Texas, his for
mer home. He will remain there a
few days on business and then return
to this city.
Oim Battery Service Station saves
1 you tlie expense of a new battery.
1 Lit our expert examine it at any
! time. Harrell Automobile Com
pany. 2Sd:>
Nathaniel Griswold of Pine Grove,
' arrived in Prescott Saturday night
j and will return home with his sister,
i Miss Sarah, tomorrow. They will
j make the trip through the country in
! Miss Griswold’s car.
Harry F. Kapp of Little Rock, dis
trict agent, ami Miss Carrie Plunkett,
district agent in home demonstration
work, are spending the day in Pres
1 eott and an effort will be made to
secure the demonstration work for
Nevada county for next year.
The Ozan mill is dosed down tem
porarily on account of lack of logs,
w.huuf s caused by the influenza epi
denuc which spread over tin1 logging
crews where the logs are being cut
and loaded for shipment here. Prac
tically evi-rv member of the crews lias
been down with the disease and cut
ting of logs was stopped The mill
will resume operations wtihin a feu
Prescott schools opened this morn
ing after nearly a month's vacation
on account of the influenza epidemic.
All precautions have been taken to
avoid further spreading of the dis
ease or the breaking out of new cases
especially in the schools and with the
splendid weather we are now having
and the fact that the epidemic lias
practically subsided here, is very en
couraging. However. the health
board warns everyone to continue to
be “scart” over the disease and to
take all necessary precautions to
avoid another possible outbreak.
40-acres, ONE HALF of • h ; -
ALFALFA land, located 2 miles from
town on public road, all under good
wire fence and cross fenced with
same kind of material; all open; MO
acres in cultivation, balance pasture
and meadow; comfortable 4-room
house; deep well, fine water, with
galvanized casing, fair outbuildings.
For a short time can he had for
tf Moore and Martin.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes that save
for men of 14 to 21
There aren’t any boys
nowadays in the sense
of fellows who haven’t
begun to take things
seriously. The boys are
all men in spirit; doing
Ny men’s work; many are
©*■' holding down the jobs
k7 of the men now fight
* ing in France.
They’re learning too.
that it’s economy to
pay enough to get good
stuff--clothes or any
thing else.
We can help any
of you young men
who are doing the
work of the fellows
gone to war; we
can see that you
get clothes that
u>r- . j I.
Copyright 1913 Hart Schaffner 3c Man
Hart Schaffner & Marx make that kind and we sell them be
cause they are that kind; the styles are live ones. Rut they use no
unnecessary cloth nor make the clothes cost any more. Ask us
to show you the “Prep” styles.
P. S. -Also want to show you our swell line of Caps.
The home of Hart Schaff ner X Mai \ clothes
There were good congregations to f
hear the two good sermons preached
by l)r. Williams at the Presbyterian
■ lurch .\estei lay. The sermon in
the morning was on “Faith,” and in
the evening on "The Pyramids of
Egypt." He reminded us that “Hod
is fn control," and that one of the
most useless things in the world is
a “pessimistic Presbyterian."
The getting together again was
very pleasant, the day beautiful, the
church attractive with autumn foliage
and bright flowers, and friends ling
ered for a word of greeting after the
The new superintendent and or
ganist, and other officers were “on
time" for Sunday school. The at-1
tendance was S3, and the contribu
tion $13.32. Let us have tit least 100
present next Sabbath. Strangers and
visitors cordially invited and wel
THE \S \R WORK < \MP \IH.\
The people of the United States are
asked to raise, for war work among '
the soldiers, $170,.".00,000.00. Nevada I
county’s part of this is $12,000.00 This 1
will be apportioned among the school1
It looks as if peace was near; hut
it peace is made large indemnities
will he laid upon Germany, and our
army and that of the allies will likely
have to remain in Germany and Rus
sia from two to four years in order to
collect the indemnities.
1 was in Little Rock last week at a
conference of the managers of this
campaign, and men from the front
assured us that after the fighting is
r the boys will suffer more from
■ ""O sickness and a lack of some
thing to do. than they do during the
lighting. This money wilT provide
ieligious instruction and entertain
ment for the boys while they are in
foreign countries, and no one should
fail to give upon the ground that the
money will not be needed on account
of the coming of peace. The whole
amount will be expended by next
June. Nothing is too good for the
boys who have won this war.
W. V. Tompkins,
Chairman Speakers Division.
('oming Wednesday
\ 1
EOH SALE—Two story resi
dence, 1 rooms and a hall down
stairs with rear and front
porches, three rooms and hall up
stairs. On East Main St with
about three acres truck patches
and pasture that yoes with it.
Price $“000. Terms reasonable.
Moore and Martin. 21 tf
For Infants and CblWf^n
In Use For Over atfVears
Always bears
i Signature of
Just Received
Full line of Staple Dry
Goods. You will also
find in our stock
Stetson Hats Stetson Gloves
Dent Caps
Georgette Crepe Taffeta SilK
Full line of Groceries—Country
Produce bought and sold
J. A. White Co.
Prescott, Arkansas

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