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THE DAILY PICAYUNE.
Publlaliad Every Day Except Sunday. C. B. Andrews, Publisher Entered as second-class matter April A, 1908, at the postoffice at Prescott, Arkaneas, under the Act of Congress of March 8. 1879.” Subscription Rates : Single Copies. 2c One Month. 2fic One Year. $2.50 Advertising Rates made known on application. TELEPHONES. The Picayune Office 232 C.B. Andrew’s Residence I <9 nonet ro nit pubiic Any erroneous reflection upon the Character, standing or reputation of any Individual, firm or corporation appear ing in The Picayune will he promptly corrected if brought to the attention of the publisher. Statements of facts, however will not be retrseted. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. Congressman, 7th District, R. Minor Wallace. Representative, J. W. Whaley. Sheriff, # Ed Hood. County Judge, A. M. Denman. Circuit Clerk, F. E. Murrah. County Clerk, J. A. Bailey. County Treasurer, W. C. Felts. Assessor. Jno. D. Bright. Surveyor, Tom Lavender. Coroner, C. C. Purtle. Cotton Weigher, H. T. Ingram. Justices of the Peace, F. M. Smith, John B’Shers. T. F. Burns. Constable, C. B. Moon. Road Overseer, Jim Hotn. TIME TABLE. I U. Louis Iroi Mountain & Southern. SOUTH BOUND. . 11:47 p. tn. ..7il0 a. m. . 104V a. at. ..IVdho. at. . 1:2V |». at. ...H:H> p. m. NORTH BOUND. .. fiHS* a nu «s46 a. <n. . BS!7) a m. IVilh v. iv. 4:4(1 n. m. V18 p. n.. (a) Stopa at Praaeott. (k) Don’t atop at Pnwnt (a) Stopa for St- Ixxiut •• '» No It gnoo to Gordon only, raan a UtOa Rnrt and north chans* for Nu. « a t ■tapa at Arliadelphia Mal**rn and Ronton J.T. J. DAWSON. Aarnt. Prescott k northwestern Railway Co. Kffwtrrc Mn«*<»», Man* 29. I90K at MMntght. No. I No, 2 WiNn l«a*a I'nwoH Arrlr* Wpm Uttn Own INI pm MM am Arcadia 2:60 p m MM am Auatin 2:40 pm MMt am Rlarina 2:2ft p m UNO am Kihmm 2-06 pm UU a.m fv.ta.m ZNI p m UNMa m Briton ** 1:4fl pm 114V • m Tnkw» 1:2ft p m 114ft P *> Highland 1:15 pm H40 P IW Norwells I ?00 pm If :4ft p m Hflhig l*»ave 12 45 pm Train* No ft. 5 and ft. freight only Arcadia. Ihinlap. TatjiviUe. Holland. Irill Cmaalng and Coolryvilla will he atop* for (ralna 1 and 2 on flag. O. H. Hkmiig. (i. r. A T. A. Good Ice Cream delivered quick from Howard Terry’s, Phone 200. |PI^ Local News. I V/f Interesting Happenings in and jl 4 Around Town. G. W. Guthrey os Nathan is m the city today. — For Sale—Heart or sap s hin gles in any quantity. J. A. Husk key, Prescott Ark,, R.F.D. 6. Thad Butcher and daugh er. Miss Lilly, are sending the day in Hope. California grapes, pears, plums and apples at Howard Terry 's. Phone 200. — For Sale, a fine young Jersy cow with young calf. Cheap for caah. Geo. A. Hale. SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR DRESSING TABLE Alma-Zada Complexion Powder A Bottle of Cream of Violets A soft, adherent down-like pounder of flow- A delightful Violet creation, which cry sachet-like odor and perfectly tinted. may be applied with benefit to chap The asbolute purity and harmlessness of ped or rough skin. An admirable this powder we emphasize strongly. lotion for sunburn—softens and Flesh tint suits the majority. White for whitens the skin, blondes,and brunette far dark complexions. FIFTY CENTS. FIFTY CENTS - - Harmony Violet Toilet Water Harmony Rouge - — A superb Violet Water, stranger than \ A tinI true to nature—not too bright, but the majority of extracts and imparts natural when lightly applied. the odor of a fresh boquet of violets. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS FIFTY CENTS for Sale by AK I’S DRUG STORE “THE REXALL STORE” DID MORE GOOD THAN ALL OTHER TONICS OR QUININE. When quinine fails try Hughs tonic: “Your Hughs tonic did more good than all other tonics or quinine together. Quinine will not break the chills but Hughs tpnic acta like a charm.” Sold by all druggists -50c and $1 bottles. PREPARE!! BY ROBINSON - PETTET CO., LOUISVILLE, (MCORPOlUTiO.) NEWTH (8b KING Blacksmith and Wood Work Horse Shoeing, Saw (iumming. all kinds of Wood Work and Repairing. Comer Main and West Third St. Prescott, Ark. California grapes, pears, plums and apples at Howard Terry’s Phone 200. Mrs. W. J. Cannon of Arka delpeia is visiting her sister,Mrs. S. B. Dec. Miss Kate .Iordan of Arkadel phia is spending the day with Mrs. H. A. Sykes. Jim Davis and family of Rus lon, l.a., are visiting old friends in the Main Spring neighborhood Miss Jean Friganza of Hope is spending the day with Mrs. Ar thur Westmoreland. Mrs. Wingfield left this morn ing for her home in Arden, after a few days visit in the city. Mrs. BobFike from Muscogee, Okla., and her sister. Mrs. Baker of Hope, are visiting Mrs. Oliver ,I ones. Mrs. Jas. W. Holt and baby of Kirkland, Texas, are visiting here, the guest of Mrs. Holt’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marshall. Deputy Sheriff W. P. Murrah accompanied by Dr. Hesterly car ried 0. L. Moncrief to Little Rock this morning to place him in the hospital for nervous diseases. Col. Moncrief has been quite ill for several months and left his mind in an unbalanced condition. We trust he will soon recover and be restored to his family in sound health. We Clean, Press and Repair Clothes and Make them new ) Pantatorium i E. J. Taliatero, Prop. Next Door to Geo. lerry 187-3 ring# Rev. WFred Long, Secretary of the Arkansas Sunday School Association, has resigned to ac cept a similar position in Missis sippi. Yesterday afternoon a cow be ing driven from the pasture was allowed to drift into the yard of J. B. Stone and made a lunge at his little girl, Maxey, and if Mr. Stone had not been near, would have horned the child to death. The City Marshall should look af ter this violation of the stock law and see that the drivers keep near the cows going and return ing from the pastures. —For sale or trade A lot of fine Bermuda hay. P. T. Phili ps. Emmet. R. F. D. 2. BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. One five room cottage with barn, garden, etc, now. Cost $850. You can buy it today for $750. One six room house, 1-2 block of land in Warren’s addition. Nice pear orchard, and a good Well. A splendid proposition at $700, or for rent at $7.50 per month. A splendid stock ranch and ■ farm 7 miles northeast of the city, in 1-2 mile of R. F. D., and one mile of two churches and a school house. Comfortable home. Sixty acres in cultivation, one mile of river. Endless stock range, 160 acres in track, one third in river bottom. Price $1, - 250 cash gets it. Will also sell ‘ two brood mares and colts, stock and milk cattle, and lots of hogs —a snap. One cozy four room cottage home in west Prescott. Good water, garden and barn. Will exchange for improved sandy land farm. Price $400. Twelve acres next to corpora tions in east Prescott, two tenent houses on tract Good water. Worth double the pirice asked. Take it today for $1,000 cash. Long list of far : and city firopierty. See me or wiite for ist Vaughan Realty Co., Alex Vaughan, Sec. and Mgr. ( Things Want ’Round. Twit—After the women tolku fuai About a fellow’s room, he can’t find • thing in It Crimsonbeak—That’s right, I won* out with the boys, last night, and when I reached my room l couldn’t even And the bed —Yonkers States man. Natural Deduction. Aetyn FtarneB—I see that in the new version of “Uncle Tom s Cabin there are no bloodhounda. Mac Booth Rantington—Aha! I know it wouldn't be long before Elisa would be chased over the ice by a 60 horsepower touring car!—Puck. Where Did He Oof ’’Pop!'’ “Yes, my son. "Did Noah have a hired man In tha Ark?” “Very likely he did, my son.' “And did he have to go home tu sleep nights?” Where Many Are Hurt. Church — The railroads of tbs United States in the last 11 years have killed 82.244 persons and In jured half a million more. Gotham—And that does not Include those who have been crushed In the stock market.—Yonkers Statesman. Self Committed. Mrs Cutetly—You npver take me anywhere, while your friend Simpkins is always taking his wife to the the ater. Mr Cutely (absently)—I dare say; I wouldn't mind taking her myself. Smell It? “Where Ib your automobile depart ment?" asked the man entering the big department store. "Follow your nose,” replied the clerk neat the door. Yonkers States man. Poor Jiml Aunt Luelndy was in deep distress ver the loss of her son Jim, and a neighbor sought to console her, say ing: "Don't grieve for him. Aunt Luelndy. He has gone to a land flowing with milk and honey.” With a dismal countenance, the. old darky replied: Jim never did like milk, an' honey always made him sick ”—Lippincott'a Magazine. Quite Desirable. The Hold-Up Man ins he taken targe watch from victim's pocket)—I auppose you're thinkin' I'm a real un desirable citizen, eh? The Victim—Nothing of the sort, old man! Thai watch you've just re lieved me of was in my wife’s family for 75 years and she forced me to lug it around.-—Puck. Old Fashioned. Mrs Wright Innitt— Mrs Oldglrl la bo strange When she gets a gown ahe likes, she wears it. until everyone is sick of It. Mrs. Naught—She's that way about everything Why, she has had the same husband for 15 years!—Cleve land leader. WORSE YET. f-'l JlnkB—Rlnater never complains of his troubles Winks No. Ho in always bragging about hla prosperity. — Pittsburg Leader. Modesty Personified. The Club Woman -You have an mind of your own. ymi microbe! You're merely one of those persons who think they think! Only Her Husband—You flatter me, dear; I often fancy that 1 imagine I only suspect 1 think.-»Puok. Bordeaux Mixture. The Bordeaux mixture is the proper remedy to use for all fungous trou bles; viz., mildew and rust of beans; potato and tomato rot and leaf blight; melon and cucumber diseases; aspar agus rust; celery leaf blight and rust, etc. The half strength mixture (two pounds copper sulphate, two pounds quicklime, 50 gallons water) Is strong enough to use In the vegetable gar den, except for potatoes. Raising Melons. Raising melons and squashes Is • sort of lottery, but we have heeti ahle by eternal vigilance to raise enough for ihe family by using land plaster. It has to he sprinkled on the plants after every rain and a very heavy dew A neighbor has been using ■noth balls with success, slicking three in the surface of each hill. Divided Responsibility. Mrs. Gramercy — She seems te have more leisure since she obtained her divorce. Mrs. Park—Naturally. She has to take care of her children only elf months In the year now.—Puck. Phone 20 * DIRECTORY^ OFFICIAL CITY. Mayor. B D . Recorder.. r. , “• “ Aq Marshal Clrt.1111 Alderman 1st Ward.M. W. Greenon w. 2nd Ward.W. W. White?* I* 1th Ward.Horace Bemii, Dsn^ Collector. .r,‘ S' “Junk Supt. School. a | City Physician... Dr X. S B 8,1 JUDICIAL. Chance lor ......J. D. Shaw* . Judge.........j«M. Carter, of f-nS Prosecuting Atty. O A State Senator H. B. M< Keniw’p^ Circuit court meets second Mondsv in u and third Monday in July. J*® Chancery court meets first Mondsv. i. , and December. "A County court meets first Mondays in April, July and October. **■ P nr bate court meets 1th Monday, in J._ April. July and October. Court of Common Pleas meets 2nd uobj, January. April. July and October. COUNTY. Representative. I vy m. Judge. "i-S-gt Sheriff. ... Jfc Circuit Clerk. . . F. £ ii* County Clerk. ^.,5* Treasurer. j o J* AMtmaor. Joint d£ Coronor.. Ilr. T. W U,u! County Examiner. . P. F Ch.21 Cotton Weigher.. H-T^JS Constable ..—,._J. Eg Justices . .P-M.Sai ..j gl Hoard of Health Drs. Adam Guthria f Arnold. S. J. Heeterlv A. S. Buchanan udj Regan. * School Board -C. C. Hamb>. 1’re.idmtAl Vaughn. Secretary, G. R. Haynie. W. N R. J. C. Young. J. S. Regan. City council meets first and third.Tue«iayi«i in each month. m CHUKCHES. M.E. Church South - Rev. T. D. Scott ptiu Preaching every Sunday, morning and m Prayer meeting every Wednesday nil Sunday School every Sunday morning at 9.4s■ Fima E. Murrah. Superintendent. Baptist Church - Eld. L. M. Keeling, pann Preaching every Sunday morning and ni Prayer meeting every Thursday night. Sn School every Sunday morning st 8 o'clock, J Young. Superintendent. C. P. Church - Rev. I. N Clack, pastor. Pn mg every Sunday morning and night Su .School every Sunday morning at 9:80; W. V Tt kins. Superintendent Christian Church Eld. R. A Hiirhamithpi Preaching every Ixirds day at 11 am and p.m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday a Sunday school every Sunday morning at 10o'd Chaa. F. Newth. Supt Preshyterian Church Rev. H. M. Nclan, tor. Preaching the 1st 2nd. and 3rd Sunday each month, morning and night. Fourth Sa al Marlhronk. Prayer meeting every Wedna night Sunday school every Sunday moruimi o'clock. T C. McRae. Supt W. C. T. II. meets 2nd and 4th Friday i! noons at 4 o’clock. Mrs. W. B. Waller, pnad Mrs. H. A. Sykes. Secretary. LODGES. Mtaomr mwti l*t Friday night in each M K. York. W M i Dale Wilnon. Secretary Woodmen of the World Meet* Zti tat Wedneeday night* in each month. G. It C. C.i Dio |<ewiH. clerk. K night* of Pythia* meet* every Monday a| K. P. Hamhy. C. ( .. P. F. Chappell. K.ofK.1 Odd Fellow* meet* every Tuenday nifkt D. Wilnon. N. G.. Alex Vaughn. Secretary. Knight* and Iaadiee of Honor meet* 1ftad Thurnday night* in each month. Alex V*| protector. B. .1. Daniel*. Sec. Ancient Order of United Workmen-mtttM hccoiuI and fourth Thursday night*. Jim I shaw. M. W.. Jim White. Recorder. Nevada County Medical Society meetf Ut I day night in each month. Dr. Wm. W. Rice.P •dent; Dr. J. S. Chaatain. «*cretary. Rehekah lx>dg< No. 23# meet* every to*' third W^lnenday night tn each month. Mini Wilnon, Secretary. Mr*. Re**a (iee. NohteG* POSTOFFICE. I'oetmanter Jack Oi* Clerk Wfltirl Office hour* Open at H a m.. close ft $ t open at 7 p. m.. clone at 7:30 p. m. Sundtf'M at 9:30 a m . clone at 10:30 a m . open at4JNP c|o*e at 5:.'40 p. m. Money order dciiartineBt-M at W a. m. clone at 4 p. m. Mail from Ro**tnn ami intermediate pot** rive* at II a m.. leave* at 1 p in. Mail from ('ale and intermediate point* at 11 a. m and leave* a I p m. The*e route* daily except Sunday. Mail on rural route* N«»* 1. 2. 1 4. r»*nd4» every day except Sunday at H a. m. Mail for all tram* i* made up 15 mmutf* & the achedule departure of tram. ALEX VAUGHAN REAL ESTATE. I NOTARY PM I J - GLEASONS EUROPEAN! RESTAUARNT IN CONNECP ROOMS fl.oo UP , Electric Light*. Electric hj* liOng Distance Telephone, TL and Typewriting. We use. Filtered Water. Comer Secoj" Center Street*. Little Rock, A AT PROVIDENCE. There will be an unveilinf the W. O. W. at Provident*« Sunday. Everybody is *n to come and bring dinner. Woodmen take notice. I HOWARD TERl IW Em Phone 1200.