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THE DAILY PICAYUNE.
PublKMlI Every D«y Except Sunday. C. B. Andrews. Publisher Entered as second-c lasH matter April «, 1908, at the poetofficc at Prescott, Arkaneas, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.” Subscription Rates : Single Copies One Month >ne Year. Advertising Rates made application. . Ic 25c $2.50 known on TELEPHONES. The Picayune Office 232 C.B. Andrew’s Residence 149 CM.CIoud’s Residence - - 211 NOTICE TO THE PUBI.IC Any erroneous reflection upon the* j character, standing nr reputation of any individual, firm or corporation appear ing in The Picayune will he promptly j corrected if brought to the attention of the publisher. Statements of facts, however will not he retracted. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. Representative, J. W. Whaley. Sheriff, Ed Hood. County Judge. A. M. Denman. Circuit Clerk, F. E. Murrah. County Clerk, J. A. Railcy. County Treasurer. W. C. Felts. Assessor, Jno. D. Bright. Surveyor, Tom Lavender. Coroner, C. C. Purtlc. Cotton Weigher, H. T. Ingram. TIME TABLE SI. Louis Iron Mountain & Southern. i*U> . m (>) . i ( SOUTH BOUND. 11:47 p. m. 7:10 a. m 10:42 a. m. I2:15p. m. 1 22 p. m. 8:15 p. m. _i hall) (a) No. tl (local freight) No 1 iflmt mail) (b) MaMw. NORTH BOUND BMSfc::::::::::::::::::::: HaBli). Ho M (local freight) (a) No 0 Irannna hall) («) ) Stop* at Praacott. I Don’t stop at Praacott. _Stops for St. I«aiia paawngers only. No M foaa to Gordon only Paaacngora to Little Rock and north change for No. 6. which I at Arkadelphia. Malvern and Benton J.T. J. DAWSON. Agent. 5:38 a. m. 6:46 a. R). 8:25 a. m. 12:15 p. in. 4:60 p. m. 5:19 p. m. Prescott & Northwestern Railway to. Rffaettoa Monday No 1 Hatch 29. laan 1908. at Midnight. No. 2 A rri vc Praacott than Arcadia Austin Blcvina Kilgore Dotaon Belton Tokie Highland Norvcllc b*6 p m Hclhig Tram* No. 8. 5 and 5. freight only. Arcadia. Dunlap. Pataville. Bodland. Mit'aa fcfll Croaslng and Conleyvllle will t>e atopa for 1 and 2 on flag. O. H. Hbi.RIC. C. IV * T A, IbttOam KWH a m MHO a m tlioOam IldialP IlHCa m IlMam 1pm IP m 3:36 p m 8:80 p ni 2:50 p tn 2:40 p m 2:25 p m 2:06 p tn 2:00 p m 1:40 pm 1:25 p m 1 I 15 pm j 1 -00 p m i 12:46 p m FF Local News. Inl«r«»ting H«pprmng» in ond Around Town. — Get a coupon from Hamilton & Capelle. — Sawed Oak fence Posts at Hatley yard. Walter Scott has returned from , a visit to Hope. Levi Moore is a business visit-, or at Hope today. — Carbons and typewriter rib bons—Howard Terry. Ed Gordon is a business visitor: to Gum Springs today. Mrs. Henry Crow and children are visiting in Nashville. —Keg Olives and Dill pickles at Howard Terry’s. Miss Esther Moncrief is baek from a visit with friends at Hope. A number of Prescottites are j going down to see Red River to day. V. S. Riee, lumber and stave dealer of Hope, was in the city yesterday. — Buy your rough lumber from the Hatley yard or mill. Prompt delivery made. Charlie and Dan Pittman left yesterday afternoon for Hot Springs to attend the meeting of the Arkansas Hardware Retail Association. ANOTHER BOMB SHELL! Again we tear things apart in the clothing trade by the offer of men is and youths suits of the finest grades made in America at about half prices. Thought we nad touched the limit in value giving in our offer of the past few weeks but here's another surprise as great or greater. THIRTY-FIVE HUNDRED SUITS, an entirely new lot from a tailor who doesn’t advertise to general public but who is recognized by the trade as one of the four or five leading makers of fine clothing in the city of New York. These suits show his genius as a designer and his scrupulous care as a tailor very plainly. There is no finer clothing made in ready-to-wear and ii is infinitely superior to all but the very highest class custom tailoring. Fabrics and patterns are the best the season knows. Plenty of the greenish grays, silver grays and smoky browns in shadow stripes and hair line pattern, the very patterns and weaves a custom tailor charges most for. Almost all the suitings 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 $26.00; ful ly half are the regular $30.00 suits of the specialty cloth ing stores. Sale will last 14 days only. Also a special re duction on men’s, boys, ladies and children’s shoes, tan oxford tics tan christy ties, the smartest foot wear in town. All these must be sold at a sacrificed price. Also a big lot of gents furnishings, shirts and neck wear of the latest shade and style. Why not be your own judge and convince yourself? No trouble to show goods as our goods talk for tnemselves. Come one, come all to the NEW YORK STORE, L. SUCKLE, Proprietor. T. H. Duke has moved his fami ly back to their country home near I^aneburg. For Sale Hundreds of old < leorgia Collard plants, 10 cents per hundred. O. L. Moncrikf, / | Elmer Conklin has gone to Wal do to accept a position in the bar ber shop of Walter Williams. We are down lower than the other fellow on Screen doors. Prescott Supply & How 123 J. B. Jordan left for Hot Springs this morning where he will sojourn a couple of weeks. Have your harness and sad dles repaired by a man of exper ience. Buggies painted, and all other repair work. Mention your trouble. Phone 219. John Lancaster. Rev. Hogan, of Arkadelphia, state evangelist for the Presby terian church, was a visitor to our town yesterday. Last night wind did consider able damage in the Laneburg neighborhood, blowing down fences and growing crops. Miss Ruth Bascom returned to her home in Little Rock this morning after a few days visit to relatives and friends here. Mesdames H. B. McKenzie and ('has. Pittman will entertain on Thursday afternoon in honor of Miss Bertha Pittman, who re cently returned from College in Illinois. —New Candy—All kinds at* Howard Terry’s. Co. “M,” 2 Reg., will hold an election of non-commissioned of ficers on Friday night, June 12. Drill Tuesday and Friday nights. JOINT MEETING There will be a joint meeting of the W. C. T. U. and the Wom an’s Missionary Societies of the various churches on Friday af-1 ternoon at 3 o’clock at the resi dence of Mrs. John M. Pittman. Program as follows: Song Scripture Reading Song The VV. C. T. U. as a World Force, Rev. T. D. Scott. Solo. Miss Lauralce Powell. The Co-operation of the W. C. f. U. with the Woman’s Mission ary Societies. Mrs. M. W. Gree 3on. Trio. Mesdames Citty, Neal Wilson and Ellsworth. The Work of the W. C. T. U. for Peace and International Ar bitration, Mrs. W. V. Tompkins. Song. The Work of the W. C. T U. Among the Schools and Medical Science, Mrs. W. W. Rice. Talk, W. C. T. U. Missionaries, Mrs. John M. Pittman. EMMET Miss Minnie Moore, of Camden, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Moore. E. T. Garland, of Little Rock, is with relatives here this week. Mrs. Neta Fields and baby, of Texarkana, are here visiting granddady Barton. Theo and Mrs. Elgin and boy, Hugh, of Prescott, spent Sun day with grandmother Elgin. Mrs. Jesse Runn '11s, of New Mexico, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Fannie Hood. Sheriff Hood was loafing a few hours at the depot last night. J. E. Snell is not doing ao well now, and is confined to his bed again. C. C. and Mrs. Calhoun are in Prescott where Mr. Calhoun will attend the Teachers institute. The Indies of the W. C. T. U. will have an important meeting 11 is afternoon. Mrs. L. J. Riddling and chil dren, are visiting in Nashville, Arkansas. C. F. Beauclair and Mrs. Wil lie Tyree slipped off Saturday night, and is said to have gotten married. W. S. Wallace is back from Arkadelphia, where he has been taking a Theological course. Leo Hines left for Prescott to attend the institute. This morning at one o’clock the store occupied by Lee Allen, was burned with all contents, and the store occupied by I. P. Tyree, was also burned with all contents. The losses of the buildings and merchandise amounted to about $,‘i500.00„ At one time it seemed that all on the block would go. MORRIS. Health veay good. Several heavy rains fell dur ing the past week. Crops not as good as might have been with more favorable circumstances. Some have laid by their corn. Prospects are very good for the sweet i>otato crop. Nothing on the early apple and peach trees. Watermelon crop very sorry and backward. The Sunday School at this place elected delegates to the Sunday School Convention, to wit: L. R. Whitten, J. H. Johnson and Rev. G. E. Waddle. Be it remembered that on the ,-ccond day of July, everybody interested are invited to help clean off the (’amp ground and grave yard atSerepta. Zip Merchant and family were visiting in this community Sun day. _^ _ Ten political speeches of William J. Bryan on Edison phonograph records will arrive this week. For sale at my store. - A. Monson. —Good Ice Groom all the Lime at Howard Terry*s 4TH OF JULY RALLY The delegates elected by the different locals met at Serepta June the 6th, 1908, for the pur pose of arranging a program (for the 4th of July Rally) to be delivered at this place (Serepta). and to attend to any other busi ness that might come before the body. Members present to wit: D. G. Berkmanand J. K. Wad dle, New Salem. J. C. Higginbotham Morris. W. S. Thornton, Pisgah. R. L. Beauchamp and R. L. Purtle, Bluff Springs. Rev. D. G. Berkrnan was deed ed chairman, T. J. Gentry secre tary. The Chairman, D. G. Berkman instructed on motion to appoint an executive committee consist ing of five. The following were appointed to wit: J. K. Waddle. W. R. Thornton. J. C. Higginbothan. R. L. Beauchamp. T. J. Gentry. On motion it was decided by the Executive committee of the Union, in connection with the committee of the Sunday school convention, that we would have no drinks of any kind sold on July the 4th also July 18th and 19th at this place. PROGRAM FOR THL RALLY (1) Called to order by the Chairman. (2) Song. (3) Prayer by Rev. 1). G. Berkman. (4) Song. (5) Welcome address by Prof. Joe Baily. (6) Response by Roy Berk man. (7) Song. (8) Recitation by Miss Pearl Potter. (9) Music by String band. (10) Address by Rev. J. E. Anderson. (11) Music by Brass band. (12) Dinner. • (13) Song. (14) Prayer by Rev. J. H. Anderson. (15) Music by Brass band. (16) Address by Rev. W. C. Felts. (17) Music by String band (18) Address by R. E. Simp son. (19) Music by Brass band. (20) Address by Rev. 1). G. Berkman. (21) Son*. Singing conducted by Prof. .). W. Holloway Organist, Miss lx>is Cummings. D.G.Berkman, Chairman, T.J. Gentry, Secretary. ■. - With each 25c frame we will give one coupon containing a number. The one holding the lucky number will received pic ture premuims. Hamiton & Ca PELLE. ADAM GUTHRIE ALBERT S. BUCHANAN H- STAIKToh 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 mon ey will buy will be employed to make this a fmj class drug store in every respect. We shall try to keep the best and make the prices right. Every, thing in our prescription department will he of the very best. A full line of druggists sundries, jn eluding everything in school supplies, will be kept in stock. First-class soda fountain, well equipped. Free delivery all day. Phone us yonr orders. Phone No. 65. NEVADA COUNTY DRUG STORE (MKtl-YMMt.N 10 II MAIN TON DRUG STORE.) WALLACEBUKG Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Wells left here Monday for Hot Springs, where they go to pend a lew weeks for the benefit of Mr. Wellshealt h. 1*. C. Stephens of Blevins left Monday of last week to attend the State Democratic convention as a delegate. Sam E. Muller left here last week for Gordon, where he has a position as ch rk in a store at that place. The crops around Wallaceburg are looking fine. We learn that Thomas Morris on the Prescott road, got throw ed from his horse last week, and was seriously hurl. M. Hamilton & ( apelle will give away one HJxLM frame with pie ture inti tied 'The Saer* 1 II* art of Jesus." and one frame S\.‘Wi with picture intitled "A Shower of Roses.” These pictures will be given away t<> the one holding the lucky No. coupon on Satur day, June 27, l!*»>s. - -Buy your flowers, hull* , plants, etc., from Vestal Son Little Rock. ALEX VAUGHAN REAL ESTATE. I NO I ART POBLIC. If will pay you t.nBT'f’ him if you want a h« Kinr I tat «»1 <’ity Pioporty a«ol farm latmla Office with Th«* I’lfavtiu* I'ut off Akk Smoke the Best! I Rn m WmM m \ 5 cent Cigar King Alfred The King of all 10-centers Bloch-Lyons Co. I LITTLK ROCK. I Sole <lisl riI>nlot for Arkan .i. I We haw a complete assortment of Trussess. All sizes and styles. Hesterly Drug St ore Kverything in drugs. GLEASONS EUROPEAN NOIH RESTAUARNT IN CONNECTtOI ROOMS ll.no up Electric Lights, Electric ElevatoJ long Dint ante Telephone, Telen* and Typewriting. We use BoS • Kilt erect Water Corner Second i<'enter Streets, Kittle Rock, Arka Plumbing, Steam Fitting, Gas Fitting Reasonable charges on Work. Give me a trial. FRANK TERUSEN, Plumber Telephone No. 20. BUY Your stationery from (ico. J. Terry Company. NEWTH ®. KING Blacksmith and Wood Wort IIihm Shoeing. S.i\N <lamming. *6 kinds cil Work ami Rrranring. t'urmr Mam him) W>st Third St. Prescott, Ark. -——rj JACK AND "JOHNNY 6011' BARBERS Everything eh mu and un-to-dat* Hot muc) cold liBtnii W I I M*|N St. I'HKsroTT.AM TOM F. DIXON BLACKSMIIH AND WOODWORK# All work guarani Horse Shooing a sjiccialtv. West .Mam St., Prescott, Ark. ICE! 1IOWAHD terry IS PREPARE]) T<j LIVER ICE PROMPTLY Phone 200 QUICK delivery a SPECIALTY. Wo are running the Mil* lor Hotel <it 1.00 and $1.25 a CLEAN ROOMS, CLEAN j“;YrAK GOOD MLAW lilt MILLtR HO ILL