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THE DAILY PICAYUNE.
Publlihtd Every Day E*cept Sunday. c. R Andrews, Publisher Entered as second-class matter April 6 1908, at the poetoffice at Prescott, Arkaneas, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879.” Subscription Ratks : Single Copies. 2c One Month.• One Year...$2.50 Advertising Rates made known on application. TELEPHONES. The Picayune Office . - 232 f.B. Andrew’s Residence:. . 149 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any individual, firm or corporation appear ing in The Picayune will be promptly corrected if brought to the attention of the publisher. Statements of facts, however will not be retracted. i I NATIONAL TICKET. For President— William J. Bryan. For Vice-President— John W. Kern Congressman, 7th District, — R. Minor Wallace. OUR DISTINGUISHED VISITORS. The Arkansas Gazette has this to say of the United Confederate Veterans now in session in Little Rock: , “No badge of honor carries with it a higher right to a gen erous and sincere welcome than the symbolic “U. C. V.” attach ed to the name of a citizen of Arkansas. In the older days, ii was said, to be a Roman was to be greater than a king. In thes« days and in all thd days since the honorable su, render under the famous apple tree, the Confed erate veteran has had a passport to the heart of every loyal son of the South. He is honored both at home and abroad, and when he comes to L<ittle Rock to eet and greet his old eomra ffis and transact the business required to maintain his distinguished or ganization, all citizens, regard less of party affiliation, extend t* him with pride and pleasure the right hand of fellowship. The noble bearing of these gailani old soldiers, their distinguished success in the various walks of life and their admirable citizen ship, have earned for them the respect and love of all who are familiar with their sacrifices and their deeds of valor during the greatest four years’ struggle the world ever witnessed. It is pro per that these veterans should be accorded the welcome they are receiving in Little Rock. It is not th< lirst time Little Rock has enjoyed the pleasure of extend ing its hospitality to these Ame rican sovereigns who have made names and fame for themselves, and may there be many recur ring events similar to the one which yesterday marked another milestone in their great and en nobling careers. METHODIST HOSPITAL COMMISSION. Little Rock. Oct. 16.—The Methodist Hospital Commision which is composed of five repre sentatives from each of the Ar kansas conferences, the Arkan sas, Little Rock, and White River, met in Little Rock yester day afterday afternoon to pass en a proposition from the church people of Hot Springs to erect a sanitarium of 70 rooms there, j and conduct it under the aus-, pices os the church. There were eight members of the com mission present and it was de cided to reccommend the propo sition to the various conferences which are soon to me -t, advising that it be accepted. There were in attendance, Rev. Stonewall Anderson, Con way; Geo. W; Donaghey, Con way; W. G. Vincenheller, Fay etteville; Dr. Sorrells, Mans field; Rev. Sharp, Little Rock; Rev. J. M. Hughey, Morrillton; L. B. Leigh, Little Rock; and Rev. A. C. Millar. Little Rock, helb a proxy. The comission had be^n appoint ed to go into the matter of erect ing a hospital in the state for use of Methodists and to be op erated by the church. They met here yesterday to go into that matter, but the proposition frnm the Hot Springs Methodist churches, offering to take the expense of the building off the hands of the commission, if the members would allow the use of the church name, and he in con trol, the stock holders who sub scribed the money for the erec tion of the building receiving the surplus, should there be any at any time. With the sanitari im proposition before them the commission went no farther with the matter, deeming the sanitar ium proposition too important to be ignored. AN ORDINANCE Calling in the Outstanding Warrants of the City of Prescott. Nevada Coun ty, Arkansas, Issued Prior to the First Day of July, 1908, for Cancella tion, Re-ls-me, 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 ky 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 to 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, 19: 9, before the City Council at the Recorder’s Office in Prescott, Nevada County, Arkansas, is hereby fixed as the time Neglect is Dangeruos! Continued Coughing leads to serious diseases of the Lungs. Bronchial Tubes and Larynx. Cherry Juice Cough Syrup 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 IT 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 freely wi bout harm. Try It At Our Risk BAKER DRUG STORE THE REXALL STORE and place for the presentation of said warrants for the purposes aforesaid; and all ho'ders of the Warrants ot the Ci'y 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. K. P. ARNOLD. Mayor. ATTEST. [SEAL] D. L. McRAE, Recorder. To Be Happy. you must have goixl health. You can’t have good health if your liver is not doing its duty-slow hut sure poison is going on all the time under such con ditions. Ballard’s Herbine makes a perfectly healthy liver, keeps the stom ach and bowel Is right and acts as a tonic for the entire system, sold by Baker’s Drug Store ALEX VAUGHAN ’PAL FSTATE. I NOTARY PUBLIC A Year of Pleasure and Profit Theonlr Nation*! Magazine devoted to the South—her Utera hir» Art science History, Ki«ouroeftMidProgreiH. It contains tin* finest work of Southern Artist* *ndW**J®*®» th. moHt preirmint expresatotte of Southern leader* and Btateeman. Tilin *1.50 par Yaari 15 Cant, par Copy J CLI’BBING AKRANGLMFNTS H u- th* ■'■<1 fortune f this iwpcr to he able tr. offer thIf »r**t Southern M»^»Mne, in r .nn.vtion with oat own period**!.both for one yew for the low price of $2.25 Our piper will (five yon all the local newaand topic* offthe^ttar The uilor-Tiolwood Maaarine *"'• s y'l th ry ^ wi* • ft'U! -'I' iwtriotunn, ii- uplift, it* coiuagp Y^ afford to no-** either one Better aubHcribe now. ■ I PICAYUNE, Prescott, Arkansas. | THOS. C. MCRAE, PREST. THOS. C. MCRAE, JR. CASHlEH JAS G. CUHK. VICE PRESl. T R WRiGHT. ASST CASHIER 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 your money on open account with a reliable hank. Pay your bills by check, which makes the best kind of a re | ceipt, and avoid the worry and danger attending th * carrying of large sums of money. Our offices are always at the disposal of our customers and country friends. NOTICE To the public: I wish to announce that I a’r now ready to gin your cotton Am better prepared than evei before to give you a good tur out. I shall give the gin m v per sonal attention and will pay you the highest market price for you’ seed at the gin. Yours for busi ness. J. L. Stuart. Three miles north of Boughton. --- - See the McDaniel Hardwars Co. obout your heating stove; and get them up before the cold snap catches y u. For Sale - One good second hand buggy. Will sell cheap for cash. J. M. Denson. McDaniel Hardware Co. is headquarters for rugs. All sizes from the smallest up to 9 x 12. Advertised Letters! The following is the list of letters re maining unclaimed in this office for the week ending Oct. 5. 1908, and if not called for by Oct. IS, l!N)8. will hi forwarded to the Dead Lettir Lftic-i GENTLEMEN. LADIES. Carrell C. Roberts Mrs. Kandy Coops Mose Yeager Mrs. Sarah A. Lei Mrs. Mellie McDurfi*--I Miss Ruby Me Ray Mrs. Ella Williams. When calling for the above, pi say “advertised.” .Line Grayson. 1’ M. We have on hand a well select ed stock of lurniture and will receive in toe next w days acarof choice select furnitur . chairs and iron beds, all of latest designs. Don't ou until you see our line. McDaniel Hardware Co. Smoke the Best LB. i 5 Cent Cigar | King * Alfred j The King of I all 10 centers f Bioch-Lyons Co. LITTLE ROCK. Sole distributors for 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 near 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 ;:')d stables, has produced forty bushels of corn and a haie and a half of cotton to the acre. One of the best bodies of md in this sec tion,280 acre tract,$3,0()0.80 tract, $1000, cash. One new six room resi de! i e and one four room reside ice: lots 100 x 440. good barn and garden, con crete walk entire front, West Second street near St. Mary’s Woodstock mills, $1350, one half cash, terms g ven on balance. North one half of Lot 1, Block ‘3, Warren adition, four rooms and hal ab stract title, good garden i c<l on Walnut street, price $750. >ne five room cot e in r >od repair. Ixsts 100 x 190 , oirden and barn close ?< . unction City Lu iber ' - b ice, $750, one half cash, balance terms. One ix room residence ai i one four room resi o ■ ce, L >ts 305 x 050, just ■ < o tlu c.ty limits, ail a $1400 or will sell H(‘p pratf. Mi five *o-m cottage a arn and garden on A an St close up to i aainess part of city, $750. 1 liir een a d a half acres • \ t to corporation in East ; L two tenant hous nd good well. Worth ■ a Mir the price. See me • m onc< ‘rmer list closed out. BI.FWW FtJRflPEAH HOTEI r'rPT,A!'JPNT IN OONNECTION ROOMS II.00 (TP ■ Lights, Electric Elevators 1 ■ Rename Telephone. Telegraph if Typewriting. We use Roiled ! it. red Water. Comer Second and ’v Streets, Little Rock, Arkansas . NEWTH Gb KING locksmith and Wood Work Morse Shoeing, Saw Uumming, all k'r‘ds of Wood Work and Repairing. Comer Main and West Third SP Prescott. Ark. Mayor. Recorder. .-T_i Treasurer . Marshal.... Ste“,,i:;£rv ird Ward. .W- W. 4th Ward.. .in" b* Ga » Fire Chief.......... Collector. j Supt. School.. . S City Physician . .... Chancelor. Prowcuting Attv.Cw*. State Senator Circuit court meets „ and third Monday in J^”*1 Chancery court meets and December. County court meets firs April. July and October. Probate court meets ith > April, J uly and October * Court of Common Pleat January. Apri'. July aid (%£* COUNTY. Representative. Judge. .J. Sheriff.",.-«• Circuit Clerk. . .. County Clerk.. Treasurer. . Assessor... Surveyor... Coronor... County Examiner!...,'.."'.Dr- 1 Cotton Weigher . ~*j Constable. , .. J ustices . Board of Heaith-Dii' AH Arnold. S. J. Hesterly A 8 Began. School Board-C. C. Hambr Vaughn, secretary; G. R., J. C. Young. J. S. Regan. ’* City council meets first and in each month. Postmaster...ltd Clerk.. Office hour*—Open »t 8 * ow. ckw * open at 7 p. m., close at 730 p. m. .it 9:30 a. m.. close at 1030 a. ■*.; ops close at 5:30 p. m. Money orde" at 9 a. in. close at 4 p. m. Mail from Ross ton and rive* at 11 a. m. leaves at Mail from Cale and intemadi at 11 a. m. and leave*alp. J*. These route# daily except San Mail on rural routes No*. 1,2. every day except Sunday at 8 a. Plumbing, Steam Gas Reasonable Charge* < Work. Give me ft FRANK TERUSEN, Telephone No. 20. Snodgrass & plumbers Phone JACK AND “ BA RBCRS Everything clean Hoi and cold tains WVHT MaI^HT. We’d Like WI Meat You*! Meat that’s goodt»*B Service hard to tyttj Gify Market aaiM| 183 PHONfi^M