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Prescott Daily News
Published bjr News Printing Company uitered as second class mail mat Nevember 4th, 1905, at the post at Prescott, Arlc., undtir the act [Congress, March 3, 1879. htfNOUNCEMENTS For County and Probate Clerk e News is authorized to announce c pillard as a candidate for Coun Eu) Probate Clerk of Nevada Coun tsubject to the action of the Demo te primary election. News is authorized to announce G. Steed as a candidate for uty and Probate Clerk of Nevada ■nty subject t othe action of the mocratic primary election. For Tax Assessor ; wj,e News is authorized to announce ;,A (Lum) Woosley as a candidate Assessor of Nevada County, sub \ to the action of the Democratic ary election. fyler Commercial Collage teaches ne system of shertheund. This is _dered the best. We have scholar jjjpg for sale at a saving to this in ntion. IETIVAL of campaign for french war memoriae Little Rock, April 1.—Last Decem er Governor Brough appointed a mnmission representing all parts of lie state to collect a fund in Arkan U to become a part of a $250,000 md proposed to be raised in the [sited States as a French war mem rial. The plan is to erect a colos si statue at Meux, on the River lame, in France to commemorate be French victory in 1914, when the loche hordes were stopped in their dvance on Paris. J. L. Bond, state superintendent of bblic Instruction ,was named as kairman of the commission. The lan has been that the school children (the country should be given an op ortunity to make a contribution in (turn for the spirit shown by the tench children in the gifts they fade toward the erection of the tatue of Liberty in New York har or. Other matters having interven d, nothing has been done to further he proposition, and now it has been ecided that the opportunity will be iven the school children April 12-17 o make their contributions. Only a nail amount will be expected, as it DON’T DESPAIR you are troubled with pains or Itches; feel tired; have headache, ^digestion,insomnia; painful pass [e of urine, you will find relief in COLD MEDAL Tb« world’s Btandard remedy for kidney, ®»M, bladder and uric add troubles and Monal Remedy of Holland since 1696. ™w Bires, all druggists. Guaranteed. for the BUN Geld Medal ea every hex and accept mo liaiteHnai I ELBTHE5* COST il MOREY Wi DRY 1 CLEAN EM 4S JUST THINK jW the coBt of a new outfit and ‘ the lowness of our charges— garments 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, February 28, 1920 RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts ....f408,211.33 Demand Loans on Cotton.. Overdrafts ..... 2 192.99 United States Bonds and Certificates of Indebtedness . 117,250.04 City and County Warrants. 4.924 II Due from Insurance Department. 444J2 Other Real Estate... 1,220.40 Building and Real Estate ..... 8,754.03 Furniture and Fixtures . 8,500.00 CASH AND DEMAND EXCHANGE™"". 260,801.44 TOTAL ASSETS 1,158,216.99 LIABILITIES Capital Stock, fully paid, . $75,000.00 Surplus, eertifiod ...I_ 75,000.00 Undivided Profits, Net . 22,701.10 DEPOSITS . 985,515.89 TOTAL LIABILITIES $1,168,218.99 Comparative Statement of Deposits: Deposits February 28th, 1819 ..$748,978052 Deposits February 28, 1920 ..$885,815.89 The above statement is correct. THOS. C. McRAE, JR., Cashier. A net Increase in Deposits over last year same date $241,545.37 STILL GROWING is desired to have as many interest ed as possible. TO REPRESENT ARKANSAS AT WASHINGTON CONFERENCE Little Rock, April 1.—Being unable to accept the invitation himself, Gov. rBough will appoint Supt. J. L. Bond to represent the educational inter ests of Arkansas in a conference that has been called at Washington, D. C., May 12-14 by the United States Bu reau of Education for the out standing 1 statesmen and educators of the coun try. In a letter to the Governor, the De partment of the Interior says: “The emergency in education in the United States arising out of the present and prospective shortage of teachers, the necessity for immediate increases in funds for tiie support of schools of all grades, and the need for better adjustment of educational programs to the requirements of the new era,” make such a conference necessary. The Governor is also forced to de cline because of other engagements an invitation to deliver the commen cement addresses at the close of the high schools at St. Petersburg, and Clearwater, Fla., June 3-4. HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO GET A GENUINE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PRODUCT AT OUR EXPENSE BEGINNING TODAY WE WILL FOR A LIMITED TIME, GIVE TO EACH PURCHASER OF A VARNISH BRUSH ONE CAN OF SHERWIN - WILLIAMS FLOORLAC FREE. AND WE HAVE REDUCED THE PRICE OF THE BRUSH TO TEN CENTS. FOR BRIGHTENING UP FURNITURE FLOORS AND WOODWORK FREE FLOORLAC SAMPLE Name Address Town This coupon and 10c entitles bearer to $4 pint can of Floorlac and one Varnish Brush. (Only one of each to each purchaser.) CLIP THE COUPON BRIGHTEN UP AT OUR EXPENSE there are marred and scratched pieces of furniture, WORN FLOORS AND WOODWORK THAT NEED TOUCHING UP WITH A GOOD VARNISH STAIN. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS FLOORLAC IS MADE IN DARK OAK, LIGHT OAK, MAHOGANY, CHERRY CLEAR, AND ANY OTHER FINISH YOU WANT. IT HAS UNUSUAL WEARING QUALITIES AND BEAU TY WE WANT EVERY HOME IN TOWN TO GIVE FLOORLAC A TRIAL SO WE ARE GIVING IT AWAY. CLIP THE COUPON NOW.