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The Prescott daily news. (Prescott, Ark.) 1907-1941, January 07, 1920, Image 3

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A Special Representative of
Chicago Kalin ros.
Tailors that Satisfy
thoroughly experidhced in the tailoring
business and fully posted regarding the
latest styles, will display at our store on
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Kidney weakness, bladder trouble!
and digestive disorders are all withir
the curative power of Prickly Ash Bit
ters. As a tonic for the kidneys anc
urinary organs it has proved its value
Price $1.25 per bottle. Hesterly Drug
Store, special agent. e o d
new!1 8
GREETINGS
We thank you for maiiy cour
tesies during 1919, and wish you
and yours every happiness and
prosperity for 1920.
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BUCHANAN
DRUG STORE
Phone 67
PAYS THE POSTAGE
House of Satisfaction
, 60,000 AUTOMOBILE TAGS
ARE ORDERED FOR 1920
Little Rock, Jan. 3.—Tme last auto
mobile license for the year 1919 was
issued on December 31—and it expir
ed at midnight. It is not recorded why
the owner was so anxious to part with
his money. The number was 49,460.
The issuance of 1920 licenses began
yesterday, and more than 600 were is
sued the first day. Sixty thousand
licenses tags have been ordered to take
care of the demands. The tags have
light blue back-ground, with dark-blue
figures.
Under the law, the licenses are due
Jna. 10, and after that date the sheriff
is authorized to collect a penalty of$3.
The Highway Commissioner issues the
licenses, but owners are requested to
■ make application to the sheriffs in |
i their several counties,
i. _ i
' CAMPAIGN AGAINST CEDAR
RUST IS SUCCESSFUL
_,_
j Little Rock, Jan. 6.—The Secretary
of the tate Plant Board announces
that the campaign against the cedar
rust in the orchard districts of Ben
i; ton and Washington counties is meet
MtUHl >4 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•»♦
■ ■■■■— . ' 1"egMeg
ing with success. At a meeting re
cently held two more townships of
Benton county, Anserson and Mason
Valley, were added to the restricted
district where the white cedar which
produces the rust that ruins the trees
has been condemmed. Mr. Bexker re
ports that the opposition to the cam
paign is rapidly passing and that the
cedar trees are being cut in all the in
fected district.
NOTICE TO AUTOMOBILE
OWNERS
The law provides a penalty for non
payment of automobile license after
January 10th, 1920. Owners are re
quested to take notice and pay their
license by this date or they will have
to pay the license and the penalty.
Luke C. Steele, Sheriff and Collector,
Nevada County. 30d6
LOST—1920 class ringof Prescott
High School. Finder return to this
office.
For Sale—A six room house with
tiolet and bath and all modern con
veniences. Anyone interested can see
or phone No. 4.—Mrs. P. E. Whitman.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Auction Sale
! • i A ,
1 will sell at public auction at myplfcce Jan. 17, 1020, 5 miles northwest
of Prescott on the old Blevins road,the following:
mare, iu years old,
1 horse colt, 18 months old,
2 jersey cows with heifer calves 3
months old, real milk cows,
1 half jersey and half Durham cow,
will be fresh Feb. 1, sec to none,
1 18 month old heifer, give milk
next summer,
1 2 year old steer,
1 Poland China sow and pigs,
1 Duroc sow and pigs,
6 shoats, weight fifty, in good con
dition,
2 sows, 1 year old, weigh 200 each,
I ton Sorghum hay,
1 ton prairie hay, select,
25 bushels peas,
1 surry and harness,
1 buggy and harness,
1 Hooper Junior Cultivator, good
as new,
J. L. WARD, Auctioneer,
i 1 case Cultivator, good as new,
1 No. 19 Oliver breaking plow,
4 no. 8 A"'ery turning plows,
1 good section harrow,
1 diverse cultivator,
2 good iron beam double stocks,
2 Georgia stocks,
1 new ground stock,
All kinds and sizes of shovels,
sweeps and heelsweeps.
1 Simon saw, new,
1 Deering mower,
Complete shop outfit,
1 Case combination planter,
1 panut planter,
1 fertilizer distributor,
1 Grafonola with 75 records.
Many other articles too numerous
to mention.
Sale begins at 10 a. m. Under $10.,
cash, over $10., notes with approved
security.
J. M. CARUTHERS, Owner.
Condensed statement of condition of 11
First State Bank
PRESCOTT, ARK. 1§
as made to Federal Reserve Board, and State Bank Commissioner, 11
at close of business, December 31, 1919. f fj
resources!
Loans and Discounts .$197,068.94
Overdrafts . ,2,044.86
Scrip . 696.88
United States Bonds . 21,160.00
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank . 1,650.00
Bonds to secure Postal Savings. 1,000.00
Banking house, furniture and fixtures . 12,987.44
CASH ON HAND AND IN OTHER BANKS . 88,642.68
TOTAL ....... .$325,040.80
LIABILITIES.
Capital ...$ 50,000.00
Surplus and Profits . 10,055.04 1
Other Liabilities . 1,000.00
DEPOSITS . 263,986.76

. , * TOTAL .$325,040.80
.
The above statement is correct:
E. M. SHARP, Cashier.
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U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS
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Condensed Statement of the Condition of
Bank of Prescott
as made to Commissioner of Banks of the State of Arkansas at the close of business December 31, 1919
RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts . $688,604.23
Demand loans on Cotton . 58,912.83
Overdrafts. 2,919.80
Unitd States Bonds and Certificates
of Indebtedness . 127,500.00
City and County Warrants . 2,118.26
Advances for Customers for Victory
Notes .:. 1,880.00
Building and Real Estate .. 8,500.00
Furniture and Fixtures . 10,188.75
Other Real Estate . 1,220,40
Due from Insurance Department. 1,169.70
CASH AND SIGHT EXCHANGE. 317,173.19
TOTAL RESOURCES $1120,076.65
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock, fully paid ...$ 75,000.00
Surplus, certified . 75,000.00
Undivided profits, net . 6,453.52
Unearned Interest . 3,805.46
* DEPOSITS. 960,817.67
TOTAL LIABILITIES $1120,076.65
Statement ot Depeato: Th* **" ** “™ct:
Deposits December 31, 1918 .$813,127.48 TROS. C. McRAE, JR. Cashier.
Deposits December 31, 1919 .a.$960,817.67

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