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ANOTHER BOMB SHELL!
lira in w< bar things apart in the clothing trade by the offer, of men a and youths suits f the finest grades made in America at about half prices. Thought touched tht limit in value giving in our offer of the past here's another surprise as great or greater. THIRTY-FIVE HUNDRED bUl lb, w lot from a tailor who doesn’t advertise to general public but who is the trad, is on, four or five leading makers ot fine clothtag in the ck\ of New York. Thes, suits show his genius as a designer and his scrupulous careasa tailor very plainly, rhere is no finer clothing made in ready-to-wear and it is infinitely superior to all hut the very highest class custom tailoring. Fabrics and patterns are th, best tie s,.aso„ know. Plenty of the greenish grays, silver trravs and sniokv browns in shadow stripes and hair line pattern, the very patterns fnd weaves a custom tailor .-harg-, most for Almost all the su.t.ngs are imported German and English weaves, also high class blue serges, thibet and vicuna. PRICES ARE: $3.50, $5.50, $8.75, $12.00, $15.00 Not one suit in the lot made to sell under $25.00; ful ly half are the regular $110. IH> lits of the specialty cloth ing stores. Sale will last 1 1 d ■ only. Also a special re duction on men's, hoys, ladies and children s shoes, tan oxford ties tan christy ties, the martest foot wear in town. All these must he sold at a sacrificed price Also a big lot of gents furnishings, shirts and neck wear of the latest shade and styh Why n t he your own judge and convince yourself0 No trouble to show goods as our goods j talk for themselves Come one. come all to the NEW YORK STORE, L. SUCKLE. P roprietor. i THE DAILY PICAYUNE, Published Every Day Except Sunday. C. B. Andrews. Publisher Entered as second-class matter April 6, 1908, at the postoffice at Prescott, Arkaneas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.” Subscription Rates : Single Copies. 1c One Month. 25c One Year. $2.50 Advertising Rates made known on application. TELEPHONES. The Picayune Office 232 C.B. Andrew’s Residence 149 CM.CIoud’s Residence - - 211 Local News. Interesting Happenings in and Around Town. Next Door To Postoffice. Remember the school election tomorrow. Jno. B. Munn of Laneburg is in town today. —Hamilton & Capelle frame pictures. Eliga Matthews of Laneburg is in town today. J. A. Nelson, of Laneburg, is in the city today. - Sawed Oak fence Posts at. Hatley yard. Jno. R. Lambert, the Sutton merchant, is in town today. Joe Fore, road overseer of Al bany township, is in town today. —Lowdermill’s Compound on sale at Hesterley’s Drug Store. —When you want pictures framed see Hamilton &Cnapelle. Three candidates for school di rector to choose from. Two to be elected. W. N. Bemis, J. O. A. Bush and Alex Vaughan are candidates for school director at tomorrow’s election. — For Sale.—Some good mules and horses at reasonable figures. Harry Blythe. School election tomorrow. Make arrangements to get away from your business long enough to vote. Telephone Your Orders For anything in Che drug line Co Hesterly Drug St>ore Phone 73. N xt Door To Postoffice. See Hamilton & Capelle about having your pictures framed. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. George Wells, out west of town, yester day. a 10 pound boy. - DUKES 20 cent Blend, Choice High-grade Coffee, roasted and packed for J. M. Duke, Prescott. Ark. A number of the little friends of Miss Carroll Scott will gather at the home of her parents this afternoon in celebration of her eighth birth anniversary. Dr. W. W. Rice ent to Em met yesterday to examine Dave Snell and wife for insurance in the Des Moines Mutual. He returned on the afternoon train. — Buy your flowers, bulbs, plants, etc, from Vestal & Son, Little Rock Hamilton & Chape lie come after your pictures, frame and deliver them. Residence phone. 275. —WANTED Ten teams to start hauling lumber Monday, the 18th. W. D. Hatley. All small goods cash, and all who have notes and accounts due me will please come and settle or send me the money. A. Mon son. Members of Co. “M. ’’ 2nd Reg. A. N. G., art' hereby ordered to report at the army at !MM) a. m. Sunday, May 17. A. G. Winslow, Cantain. Mrs. Fred t ampboll, who has been visiting at the home of her grand-father, Col. Otis Moncrief. for the past few weeks, returned to her home at Hugo, Okia. this morning. — Buy your rough lumber from the Hatley yard or mill Prompt delivery made. Have your harness and sad dles repaired by a man of exper ience. Buggies painted, and all other repair work. Mention your trouble. Phone 21b John Lancaster. The celebrated H. P. Nelson piano is advertising itself. A. Monson recent 1> sold eight pur chasers. and all say there is none better in tone or quality Kirk Cummins, Ben Waller, Sim Johnson, John t arrington, Thad Butcher and Dad Downs returned from Texarkana last night, where they had been as witnesses in the Federal court. The case of Tube Langford,charg ed with selling liquor without government licence, and tried be fore a jury yesterday and defend ant was found guilty and sentenc ed to serve four months in the Fort Smith jail. I am now candidate for gin-saw filer of southwest Arkansas, sub 1 ject to the action o. the ginners. I acknowledge no superior in that busines. Jas. Snodgrass, Prescott. Ark. INSTANTLY KILLED BY LIGHTNING Len R. McNeil Struck While' Milking Wednesday Even ing at Benton. Len R. McNeil was struck by lightning Wednesday evening shortly after seven o’clock at his home in Northeast Benton and instantly killed. He had un doubtedly finished milkin as he had set the bucket down and was standing inside the barn when the lightning hit him. The bolt hit him on the left side of the head and passed down the left side of the body, coming out at the heel, tearing off his shoe. Down the side of his body the hair was singed. His ear and heel were bleeding when found. The cow was also killed instant ly. Mr. McNeill falling across her body. The discovery was made by Mr. McNeil’s little girl who went out to take an umbrella to her father. She informed her moth er that he was afire on top of the cow. The cries of the family arroused the neighi orhood and i A. M. (ruile and other neighbors were quickly on the scene. Mr. Luile carried him out of the barn and put out the fire and when it was extinguished it was seer, that he was beyond human aid. 11 hough the doctors were called. — Benton Times-Courier. ADJOURNS TO MEET AT FORT SMITH ■Grand Lodge Knights and j Ladies of Honor Elects i Officers. Little Rock, May 15.— The I Grand Lodge Knights and Lad os of Honor, in session for three days at this place, adjourned last night after having elected officers for the ensuing period of two years. The next grand lodge meeting will be at Fort Smith in May. 1 DIO. Fort Smith sent a large dele gation here to secure the meet-1 ing, and their efforts were sue-! eessful. The Propagating Committee, consisting of W. S. McCullough, | Mrs. M. J. Wilkins, L. C. Hall,! L O. A. Bush, and Sigmund Bacharach will meet this morn I ing at the Marion Hotel and or ganize. This committee will have charge of the work of in creasing the number of Lodges j pending the action of the next Grand Lodge meeting.— Ark. Democrat. Th wre WcST MAIN STREET. PROGRAM TODAY The Diabolic Itching’ The Boy; the Bust, the Bath. The Old Story. BUY Y our stationery from Geo. J. Terry Company. NEWTH (8b KING Blacksmith and Wood Work Horae Shoeing, Saw Humming, all kinds of Wood Work and Repairing. Corner Main and West Third St. Prescott, Ark. TOM F. DIXON BLACKSMITH AND WOOOWORKMAN All work guaranteed. Horse Shoeing a specialty. West Main St.. Prescott. Ark. Plumbing, Steam Fitting, Gas Fitting. Reasonable Charges on Work. Give me a trial. FRANK TERUSEN, Plumber Telephone No. 20. DR. BELL. Office in the McRae Building OFFICE PHONE. 187. RESIDENCE PHONE 2S0 OFFICE HOURS;—7:30 to 8 JO a. m.-and 1 JO to 8:30 p. m JACK AND “JOHNNY BULL’ BARBERS Everything clean and up-to-date Hot and cold hatha Writ Main St PRESCOTT. AHK ALEX VAUGHAN REAL ESTATE. I NOTARY PUBLIC. It will pay you tu **■< him if you want a homo. Fine list ol City Property ami Farm Lamia. Office with The Picayune PRESCOTT. Ark GLEASONS EUROPEAN HOTEL RESTAUARNT IN CONNECTION ROOMS $1.00 UP Electric Lights, Electric Elevators, Long Distance Telephone, Telegraph and Typewriting. We use Roiled Filtered Water Corner Second and Center Streets, Little Rock, Arkansas. — NOTICE is hereby given that the school board of i Prescott will receive sealed bids for the I erection of a two story brick school ; building; plans and specifications of which can be seen at the law offices of Hamby & Haynie, of Prescott, Arkan- j sas, or at the offices of Gibb & Sanders, 1 architects, at Little Rock, Arkansas. I The bids to be opentd June 1st, 190X, ! and contract award d to 1 west re-! sponsible bidders. Ron ; to be given I lor completion of the work and the I boaid reserves the right to reject anX and all bids not satisfactory. C. C. Hamby, Pres. Alex Vaughan, Secy. OFF FOR THE CONFED. REUNION The Daily and Weekly Pica yune Will Send a Veteran to Birmingham. The Daily and Weeekly Picay une will pay the railroad fare and hotel bill of the ex-Confederate soldier, living in Nevada county, who receives the greatest num ber of votes, under the condi tions of this article, up to 4 o’clock p. m.. June 1. Usually, when newspapers are striving for a greater circulation, a contest is put on between the In other words, for paid on subscription on tfei and Weekly, either new or rears, will count one vote. We have arranged with i Short, the jeweler, to giV6| lady that casts the greatest berof votes in this com gold-handled, $ 1 o which is now on exhibition, store. To the man who casfc greatest number of votes q contest we will give $5 of merchandise at the York Store. Young man, young lady busy and help send soon Confederate to attend the tional reunion. It may |* last time he will have an n tunity to go. Let him go more and meet the old boys COUPON. Picayune Confederate Veteran Contoj One Vote for ; _... of__ Postofn ..-- Vod THIS COUPON VOID AFTER MAY 20, 190 most popular young ladies of the town. In this contest the young lady, as well as the young man, the married lady and the mar ried man, will all have a chance to show their popularity, as well as help some worthy Cofederate veteran. In this contest the following rules will be ovserved: Every Daily and Weekly Pica yune printed between now and the above date will contain a coupon, good for one vote. There will be no Weekly Picayunes sold over the counter, but will be sent only to bonafide sub scribers. The Daily will be sold over the counter and on th6 streets at one cent per copy, and each paper will contain one cou pon, good for one vote. Every cash subscription to the Weekly Picayune for one year will count 100 votes. One month’s cash subscription to the Daily, 25 votes. Two month’s cash subscription to the Daily, 50 votes. Three months, 75 votes. Four months, 100 votes. One year’s subscription to the Daily, 250 votes. exchange camp-fire stories. Let everybody vote eartj often. 1 ADDITIONAL PRIZES. The following named fira Prescott will give the foUn additional prizes to the sw ful veteran in the Picayune’i union contest: E. A. Short, ieweler-Sel TeaSpoons, worth $1.00. | Prescott Hardware Gi Rocking Chair, worth $3.00 W. T. Hart, - One Shirt, i $1.50 New York Store—Pair of Fl worth $5.00 Moncrief Drug Store-0 and Brush, worth $1.00. Variety Store, a pocket 1 worth $1.00. Hesterly Drug Store, smil of cigars worth $1.00. J. K. Hamiiton & Co., ok shirt worth $1.50. Steed, Callicott & Co., Suit derwear, worth $1.00. D. M.City Co., Suit under* worth $1.00 McDaniel Hdw Co., Keen ( ter Razor, worth $2.50 ____* Look Over Your Want List. !• j We have in stock just what you need. We make the price. We sell you the best quality. We sell you FRESH goods. We sell to all alike, ONE PRICE. We believe this is right. We sell for cash. We believe it is to your interest to trade here. McDaniel Hardware Co. ADAM 6UTHRIE ALBERT S. BUCHANAN H. STAIN!* NEVADA COUNTY DRUG STORE We solicit the patronage of the public and hope to obtain a fair share of its business. Every thing that experience has taught us and that ey will buy will be employed to make this a. class drug store in every respect. We shall jo to keep the best and make the prices right. Ew thing in our prescription department will be of wj very best. A full line of druggists' sundries. eluding everything in school supplies, will JJ kept in stock. First-class soda fountain, equipped. Free delivery all day. Phone us orders. Phone No. 65. NEVADA COUNTY DRUG STORE (SUCCESSORS TO H. STAINTON DRUG STOIC)