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THE DAILY PICAYUNE.
N^IHliM innr D*V Saeept Sunday. D. B. Andrews. Publisher jsOh-....— ,„J u second-class matter April , st the postoffice at Prescott, jss, under the Act of Congress KrchS. 1879." Subscription Rates : . , Advertising Rstes made known on hpplteation. TELEPHONES. ffttf Mcaywic Office . . 232 UL Andrew's Residence;. - 149 ;f^ ' _ . BOTH T» TK nillC. tJkMf erroneous reflection upon the efiSeter. standing or reputation of any tfeflmdiiel. Arm or corporation appear S In The Picayune will be promptly "—* * |f brought to the attention of ■her. Statements of facts, will not be retracted. NATIONAL TICKET. ifcr President— William J. Bryan. itr Vice-President— John W. Kern Gtagreaaman, 7th District, - R. Minor Wallace. Mrs. Tom Hitt is visiting in little Rock. JDwight Blake, of Arkadelphia, | iA town today on business. McDaniel Hardware Co. is hindquarters for rugs. "AH sizes flttiri the smallest up to 9 x 12. MesdamesJno. A. Davis and Charlie Pittman are in Texar iidenf^aei Moore is all smiles. ‘ ‘Dad - ceBS 'n-it, its a boy, and it happen :r®P,<’ 'bout 5:30 this morning.” ict maj as '“"iee our line. 'vatc)' McDaniel Hardware Co. , We are glad to see Jno. Lancas ter out again after a sieg of about tdh days with slo n fever. J. F. Morris, of the News at Hope, is in the citv today. M Tax Assessor J. D. Bright is in V 3own today. Y a Mips Emma Wilson’s pupils gave her a pleasant surprise yes tlrdayin the form of a “fruit shower.” Being called from her idom a moment during the noon hour, when she returned she re turned she found her desk loaded with Apples, pears, oranges and ah kinds of fruit, a present from her pupils. COULD SEE HIS FINISH One of our good republican friends in town has has has had Mass bad luck during the year Me way and another and the oth er day was lamenting over the Matter and remarked that “now M looks as if Bryan will be elected •Ad I can see my finish. NOTICE OF SALE. I will sell at my place six miles aast of Rosston, to the highest and baas biddsr for cash, the fol lowing personal property, viz; Household and kitchen furniture dhra, goats, pedigreed and oth 9t hogs, farming tools of all ldnds and twenty thousand I and drawn cypress shingles. B. K. Barksdale, Rosston, Ark. LADY WANTED Howast, industrious woman wanted to iptooduce our lance line of foreign and doWsstic drew goods, waistings, trimm ings, *tc,» among friends,neighbors and townspeople. We prefer.a woman who has a trade already worked up. Should be able to earn $25,00 or more weekly. Dialing direct from the mills our prices ufi low and patterns exclusive. No money required. Write us for full par ticulars. itmm Mm mmscs uk 7ri($r.p»6H**rro«. *.» All OAOIRAACE Calling in the Outstanding Warrant* of the City of Prescott. Nevada Coun ty, Arkansas, Issued Prior to the First Day of July, 1908, for Cancella tion, Re-Issue, and Classification. WHEREAS, The City of Prescott, Nevada County, Arkansas, has a large number of outstanding warrants issued prior to the I rst day of July, 1908, and WHEREAS, It is, by the Council of the City of Prescott, Nevada Coun ty, Arkansas, deemed expedient that said City Warrants so issued prior to the first day of July, 1908, be called in for cancellation, re-issue and classi fication, THEREFORE, Be It Resolved ry the City Council of the City of Prescott, Nevada Couyty, Arkan sas: SECTION ONE, That all warrants of the City of Prescott, Nevada Coun . ty, Arkansas, issued prior lo the first day of July, 1908, outstanding, be, and they are hereby called in for cancella tion, re-issue, and classification, and the 19th day of January, 1909, before the City Council at the Recorder’s Office in Prescott, Nevada County, Arkansas, is hereby fixed as the time and place for the presentation of said warrants for the purposes aforesaid; and all ho*ders of the Warrants of the City of Prescott, Nevada County, Arkansas, issued prior to the first day of July, 1908, are hereby notified to present the same at the time and place fixed above, to the end that they may be cancelled, re-issued, and classified, and if not presented at the time and place aforesaid, they will thereafter be debarred from deriving any benefit from their claims. Passed this 6th day of October, 1908. R. P. ARNOLD, Mayor. ATTEST. [SEAL] D. L. McRAE, Recorder. PETITION TO CHANGE ROAD To the Honorable County Court of Ne vada County: We the undersigned do pray your Honor to errant a change in the New Hope road to run as follows: To run the south line of the west 1-2 of the northeast 1-4 of sec. thirty six (36) and down the Hope and Har mony road to the corner of said land. Thence north 1-4 back to said road which is known as the New Hope road. And we will ever pray. George Auld H. E. Vann L. G. Barham W. C. Hamilton J. R. Lambert and sixty-five others. WHEN HER BACK ACHES. A Woman Finds All Her Energy and Ambition Slipping Away. Prescott women know how the aehea and pains that come when the kidneya fail make life a burden. Backache,hip pains, headaches, dizzy spells, distress ing urinary troubles, all tell of sick kidneys and warn you of the stealthy approach of diabetes, dropsy ana Bright’s disease, Doan's Kidney Pills permanently cure all these disorders. Here is a proof of it in a Pressott wo man’s words: Mrs. W. R. White, living in Pres cott, Ark., says; “I have Deei trou bled off and on fer a number of years by a stiffness and lameness across the region of my kidneys. A dull heavy aching in that region convinced me that these organs were effected and I accordingly procured a box of Doan’s Kidney Pill from Hesterly’s Drug Store. I found that the remedy acteia as represented, and it was not long till I was restored to my former good health. ” For sale by all dealers. Price 50cta. Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan’s—and take no other. Will Irwin and family of Bluff city were trading in town this morning. ... T. I. IRISH!. ASST. CARRIER THOR. C. MCRAE, HIES I. JAS. 6. CURA. TICE PRESI. TMS. BANK OF PRESCOTT Prescott, Ark. HINTS TO THE FARMERS. Now is the time that you realize on your season’s work. As you sell your grain, stock or cotton, place jour money on open account with a reliable bank. Pay your bills by check, which makes the best kind of a re ceipt, and avoid the worry and danger attending the carrying of large sums of money. Our offices are always at the disposal of our customers and country friends. Bank of Prescott is Dangerous! Continued Coughing leads to serious diseases of the Lungs, Bronchial Tubes and Larynx. flurry Jiici Coigb Syrap reiieves immediately all stubborn coughs, sore throat, hoarseness and difficult breathing. Clears and strengthens the voice and allays tick ling in the throat. Try It At Our Risk REXALL COMPOUND Cherry Juice Cough Syrup One of The Famous Rexall Remedies of Which There is jne For Each Ailment TRY fT AT OUR RISK Absolutely Harmless Contains no harmful dru-'S, does not impair digestion or cause any functional disturbances. Its delightful flavor renders it, of all cough syrups, the most palatable and pleasant to take. Children can use it free wi'hout harm. Try It At Our Risk BAKER DRUG STORE THE REXALL STORE METHODIST SUHDAY SCHOOL. School conducted next Sunday by Superintendent M u r r a h. Practical application by Alex Vaughan. Hymns 99, 84. 70,71, 60. Don’t forget she birthday offering. Have Yon a Baby. Then watch it closely. And above all things don’t let it suffer for any length Of time with worms—that is fatal. If it’s complexion gets yellow and pasty, if it is listless, cross or peevish, gets thin, suffers with flatulence, jpve it White’s Cream Vermifuge, The only cure that ever fails aud has no bad effect, for sale at Bakers Drug Store, Cream Vermifuge TIE 6UIIUITEEI WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN* FAVORITE TOWfc mui h mitmi rwa mhwim HMMara •*« i Ballard-Snow Llnli •T. LOUIS For ealeat Baker’s Drag Store Attend to Your Liver No organ in the human body can give as many different kinda of trouble as the liver when it is not right. Sim mons Liver Purifier makes it right and keeps it so. NOTICE There will be an open door meeting of the F. E. & C. U. of A. at Hickory Grove, Sat night Oct., 17. We will have a good speaker who will tell you some thing worth hearing. Everybody come out and hear him. S. E. Connell, Pres. Beat in Exigence “I sincerely believe, all things con sidered, Hunt,s Lightning Oil is the most useful and valuable household remedy in existence. For cuts, burns, sprains aud insect bites it has no equal so far as my experience goes.” G. E. Huntington, Eufala, Ala. T. L. COX, Pres. T. E. JOHNSON, Sect. 51. E. L. McCOLLUM, Vice-Pres. V. L. SMITH, Tress. Arkansas Underwriting Company Represents reputable Companies in Life, Fire, Accident and Health. Liability, Bonding, Burglary, Credit, Live Stock and other kinds of insurance. Rooms 525 to 530, Southern Trust Building LITTLE ROCK, - - - ARKANSAS. NEW BARGAIN LIST OF VAU6HAN REALTY CO. See Alex Vaughan at the Picayune Office. Three and one half miles south east of Prescott, two ^hundred and eighty acre tract, ninety acres in culti vation, thirty-five acres in pasture, 155 pear trees and balance peaches, apples and plums, all select kinds; 7 room residence; two over flowing wells; three barns, two stock ponds, fine ridge land. Also eighty acres, forty acres in cultivation, five room residence, crib and stables, has produced forty bushels of corn and a bale and a half of cotton to the acre. One of the best bodies of land in this sec tion.^ acre tract, $3,000.80 acre tract, $1000, cash. One new six room resi- j dence and one four room residence: lots 100 x 440. good barn and garden, con crete walk entire front, West Second stieet near St Mary’s Woodstock mills, $1350, one half cash, terms given on balance. North one half of Lot 1, Block 2, Warren addition, four rooms and hall ab stract title, good garden and on Walnut street, price $750. One five room cottage in good repair. Lots 1(50 x 190 well, garden and barn close to Junction City Lumber Co. Price, $750, one half cash, balance terms. One six room residence and one four room resi dence, Lots 305 x 650, just outside of the city limits, all for $1400 or will sell sep erate. One five room cottage with barn and garden on West Main St. close up to the business part of city, $750. Thirteen and a half acres next to corporation in East Prescott, two tenant hous- i es and good well. Worth double the price. See me at once, former list closed out. ALEX VAUQHAN REAL ESTATE. I NOTARY PUBU FREE a&r fell PLANTS klais MHafcte 4w M tlasting an4 wln'M klcnialaf. All tlM Wf rst tt>4 choice*' Hyacinths, Tail**, ^tnlaMA Cracni, LiUaa, Plant*, Strata a*4 Frml**. ' Jos. IV. Vestal A Son, »•.•*> 414. UTILt BBUL ABB. SAY! We’d Like to Meat You. Meat that’s good to eat Service hard to beat. City Market and Bakery 183 PHONE 183 BUY Y our candies and fruit from Geo. J. Terry Company. A Banquet spread before you would do you no goo 1 if you couldn’t eat. What good can foo(^ do a child when as soon as it enters his stomach it is eaten by worms. That’s the reason your baby is ailing, cross, pasty faced and thin. Give it White’s Cream Vermifuge. It will expel the worms and act as a tonic for the child. Sold by Baker’s Drug Store. directory OFFICIAL. CITY. Mayor. Recorder. Treasurer.,.. Marshal. iiia -ts a Alderman 1st Word_. _ _ _ Collector. .—«• 8. H Supt. School. .!'• 8 C City Physician...’."".'.’."'.’.Dr'A.jf ® JUDICIAL. Chancelor.j. D si._ Jud«*.- J.IM. Csrtsr^f^ Prosecuting Atty....'..'....'*. ' q"f «*» State Senator.H. B. McKtSft Circuit court meets second , and third Monday in July. nd*T *» Chancery court meets first M»^i and December. Mond»n Is j. County court meets first i_ . April. July and October. h * Probate court meets 4th Mon<U».; . April. July and October. *W|* * .^0,s^r¥>”,P]?f !»“*• Mm*, OI unmon fleas meets 2i January. Aprl’. July and October COUNTY. Sui Coi County Cotton Weigher Constable J uaticea Board of Health-Dra Adam "oSS-L* R«an ' 1 H“t*rly A S' J School Board-C. C. Hamby . Vaughn, Secretary; G. R. Haynie w~ J. C. Young. J. S. Regan. * ' u ^eech'month fir*' and third CHURCHES. M.E. Church South-Rev. T, D b—• - - 1’reaching every Sunday, morning Prayer meeting every WedneeL, Sunday School every Sunday morningatwu. Fmis E. Murrah. Superintendent »•»».». Baptist Church-Eld. L. M. Keeling i_ Preaching every Sunday morning •’rayer meeting even’ Thursday night School every Sunday morning at 9 o’elock^? Young. Superintendent 1 *• • oung. Superintendent C. P. Church-Rev. I. N Clack, palter jwi ing every Sunday morning and night School every Sunday morning at 930-W V nZT kins. Superintendent " Christian Church-Eld. R A. High.mith Preaching every Lords day at 11 aat ea^tt p.m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday Sunday school every Sunday morning alIt.'Su. Chaa. F. Newth. Supt. Presbyterian Church - Rev. H. M. M-t-- M tor. Preaching the 1st 2nd, and 3rd StmdmT each month, morning and night. Fourth inti at Marlbrook. Prayer meeting every Wt£S night. Sunday school every Sunday aumiHUS o’clock: T. C. McRae. Supt. W. C. T. U.-meets 2nd and 4th Friday ilw coons at 4 o’clock. Mrs. W. R. Waller, m Mrs. H. A. Sykee. Secretary. LODGES. Masonic —meet* lat Friday night in J. R. York. W. M.: Dale Wilson. Secretary Woodmen of the World—Meeta N m4 tk Wednesday nights in each month. 0. R. Beym C. C.; Dio Lewia. clerk. Knights of Pythiaa-meeta __ R. P. Hamby. C. C.; P. F. Chappell. tAj| Odd Fellows-meets every Tuesday aUt 1 D. Wilaon. N. G,; Ale* Vaughn, ~ Knights and Ladies of Honm — Thursday nights in each month, protector; B. J. Daniels. Sec. Ancient Order of United Work second and fourth Thursday nights. Jta I» shaw. M. W.. Jim White, Record*. 1st ad M .vZT Nevada County Medical Society masts 1st day night in each month. Dr. Wm. W. tie* ident: Dr. J. S. Chastain, secretary. Rebekah Lodge No. 236 meets fray fas third Wednesday night in eschmonth, I Monson. Noble Grand. Alex Vaughan. POSTOFFICE. Postmaster..-.. Clerk..Write— Office hours—Open at 8 a. m.. doss at * a a. open at 7 p. m.. cloee at 7:30 p. no. Saaday-tel at 9:30 a. m.. close at 10:80 a. m.;opeast4»aA close at 6:30 p. m. Money ord»'deparUasef-tfri at 8 a. m. close at 4 p. m. Mail from Roeeton and intermediate rives at 11 a. m.. leaves at 1 p. m. Mail from Cale and intermediate points at 11 a. m. and leaves alp. m. These routes daily except Sunday. __ Mall on rural routes Nos. 1. 2. S. 4. IsaslMM every day except Sunday at 8 a. m. Plumbing, Steam Fitting) Gas Fitting. Reasonable Charges •« Work. Qive ms a trial. FRANK TERUSEN, Plu«l* Telephone No. 20. Snodgrass & MooHiaslHi - PLUMBERS Phone 20 JACK ANO “JOHNNY * BARBERS Kverylhing cl«tn •ndaP'* Hot Md .-old Wot MAirfiiT. NEWTH KING Blacksmith and Wood Wo* Horse Shoeing, ^*w ,ukeDg, kinds of Wood Work and Re^ Comer Main and west Prescott, Ark. GLEASONS EUROPE** RESTAOARKT IN CONN^i Electric Liprhts, erne Telephone. and " Typewriting. Filtered Water C«rn«\ Center Street*. Little