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THE DAILY PICAYUNE
Pwbll*H*d Ivory D»y Except Sunday C. B. Andrews, Publisher Entered as second-class matter Apr! 6. 1908, at the postoffice at Prescott irkaneas, under the Act of Congresi f March 3. 1879.” Subscription Rates : Single Copies. J:' One Month.. One Year.••••• Advertising Rates made known or application. TELEPHONES. ritelPicayune Office . . 232 CJ. Andrew's Residence . . K9 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. FT Local News, Interesting Happening* in and Arounc Town. Any school which has not se cured teacher for winter term can get one by addressing this office. Second-hand Belgium guns from $6.00 to $10.00-J. R. Harrell. For sale or rent—One 7 room two story house, dose to City Park, known as the C. B. Andrews place. Apply to Dr. W. W. Rice. Good second-hand L. C. Smith hammerless double barrel 1 gun for $15.00—J. R. Harrell. Brand new hammerless double barrell shot gun, 16 or 12 gauge for sale. $15.00—J. R. Harrell. Rugs, 85c up at McDaniels. Big stock of up to date furni ture at McDaniel’s. The real Demoth Rose hat pins at E. A. Short’s. Come and see them. See McDaniel Hardware Co. for 9 x 12 art squares. Be a booster for Prescott and its public senool by ad vertising your business in the Picayune's Public Li brary and Christmas Edition Under NO circumstances will we permit any hunting on our premises. W. R. and F. A. McGuire. We guarantee White Lilly to be the best flour on the market. Try a sack. J. M. Duke. Remember the bazaar to be given by the Methodist ladies at the home of Mrs. Dan Pittman on Dec. 3. Guarranteed razors $1.(X) at McDaniel’s. Yesterday aftern on while Mr. M. Adams was driving from the Diamond Fields near Nnrvelle, Pike County, on the P. & N W. railroad,, his team ran away, threw him from the buggy and broke his hip. He was brought home on the train from Norve'Ie and is at the Park Hotel. Mr. Adams has been here for several months and is associated with the diamond industry of Pike County. Liauozone ANTISEPTIC SOAP Regular Price 15c Per Cake Agents Special Price Six Cakes for 25 Cents This ofFer is good for 60 days only. After that time the price wiil be 15centsp:-r cake H ESTERL Y DRUG STORE A Year of Pleasure and Profit The only National Magazine devoted to the 8oath~her Liter* tnre Art Vk-ience. History, Resources and Progress. . It contains the finest work of Southern Artists and Writers. the1most pregnant expressions of Southern and BtatesTc. Prlcai 11.50 p«r Yeari 15 CanttparCopy CLUBBING ARRANGEMFNT8 It is the good fortune of this paper to be able ^ offo-ttds 1%?£ Southern Magazine, in connection with our own per-oaua.',, for one year for the low price of $2,25 whol • 8outh—its patriotism, its uplift, its courage x vifori to miss either one. Better subscribe now. PICAYUNE, PRESCOTT, ARK. See that C. Becker Milling Co. Redbud, 111., is stamped on every sack sold by J. M. Duke. Be sure and see the Montemat Bros, at Theatorium tonight. Try a sack of our White Lilly Hour. J. M. Duke. Mrs. S. E. Witt, of Eastland, Texas, is in the city visiting re latives and friencs. The W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. Jno. M. Pitt man tomoirow afternoon. Echoes of the State Convention recently hi Id at Hot Springs will be the theme of this meeting. The Montemat Bros, are draw ing large houses at the Theator ium every night. They will re main in our town all this week and show each night at the Thea torium. They are all of high ! class talent and good musicians. They are playing to big houses all along the road. Vaudeville, j musical and comedy. ARTICLES FILED Articles of incorporation for the Bank of Glenw'ood, of Glen wood, Pike County, have been died in the office of the Secretaey ot the State. The bank is in corporated with a capital stcek ol' $25,000, Jof which $3,000 is paid in. W. M. Fagan is the president; C. W. Robertsoh, vice president, and F. B. Murphy secretary and treasurer. ..True Prescriptions.. You Can Depend Upon These We make prescription.' a special feature, devoting large space, ample force, and expert attention to it. All drugs arc the pure l and freshest obtoin able and every prescription compounded is checked and double checked to secure accuracy. You can depend on accuracy. Nevada County Drugstore Street West Front Hit the: CH5L0RF?rS FAVORITE TOSHC. *:• • irf.'.Tr.N> THir cr*; - ' : : * -* •>< B« Imdonov k <1,1. LuUiS, /«*'*. fiVKdtftuJf' -f TWJRS7 r» rr Vo »:i »>w «•*» »*■» y*ri r H n <*- cai»l *- f «w. «*. JWS/4 anit rtAMS oi »it *»<*« i-r.»t»bl« tor 1&B »nii ptA/VfS oJ ... .. tlafttlni' ani wln’nr »*' ■■ ■ Ifi*- t^j« wry (i . 11, j\i, ,1. . ■ ’f! ,■ >-rV«, %>rr.TMSS. l.lllrs. r>u .l>. *bruhu na^/’raJi*. Vi . I'. ' P Cl. Vom Cti. A .'Je*, i:t£t 4Jit. GLEASONS EUROPEAN HOTEL RESTAUARNT IN CONNECTION ROOMS 11.00 UP Electric Lights, Electric Elevators, Long Distant e Telephone, Telegraph and Typewriting. We use Boiled Filtered Water. Corner Second and Center Streets. Little Rock, Arkansas. NEWTH KING Blacksmith and W ood Work Horse Shoeing, Saw Gumming, all kinds of Wood Work and Repairing. Corner Main and West Third St. Prescott, Ark. JACK AND “JOHNNY BULL* BARBERS Everything clean and up-to-date Hot and cold bath < PRESCOTT AUK WtisT Main St. THOS. C. MCRAE. WEST. JAS. G. CLARK, TICE PBEST. THOS. C. MCRAE, JR. CASHIER. 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 bank. Pay your bills by check, which makes the best kind of a re ceipt, and avoid the worry and danger attending the carrying o large sums of money. Our offices are always at the disposal of our customers and country friends. Bank of Prescott* Hendrix & Son (Successors to Richardson & Potter) Just received a shipment of Kellog’s Corn l lakes, Dr. Prices, Food, Shredded Wheat, Macaroni, Grape I Nuts, Postum, Norwegian Sardines. Headquarters for U. R. Flour. The best in town. Phone 147 *^vT8P>f2Iw3Hiijk v™ rwrlB I I ■■ i " ■-—- ' -- Popular Books REGULAR PRICE 25c SPECIAL PRICE 15c -AT . Hesterly Drug Store Smoke The Best R. B. 5 Cent Cigar King Alfred The King of 10-Centers Bloch-Lyons Com'y LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Sole distributors for ARKANSAS Snoagrass & Mooningham -PLUMBERS Phone 20 Have the City T ransfer Company Do Your Hauling Prompt Attention Phone 200 Our Fruit Cakes Are Ready For Thanksgiving and Christmas We use the best of Fruits and Nuts and you will find them the best ever. 35 Cents per Pound City Market and bakery New Meat Market We will be ready for busi ness Monday, the 16th of November, to sell you your meat. We want your trade and promise you first-class meat and a square deal. You will find us next door to Howard Terry’s. ED F. GEE & SONS. Phone 197 NO HUNTING. All parties are hereby warned to not hunt or otherwise trespass on our premises, northwest of Prescott. We will prosecute all such. H. H. Huskey, J. T. Stuart, J. M. Neal, A. F. Francisco & Bros., Mrs. Lela McCain, T. C. Buchanan. VI ,v-*'V»TOIt,V OFFICIAL. CITY. Mayor. Recorder. .B* , Treasurer. .f Marshal... ■! 4s®a '•* 2nd Ward.. Ww"uJ2!«« * V . 3rd Ward i ‘ Wi'iu. t S'M S.’aa=r=il*^tv Collector..—J. A a Supt School .. B , City Physician.....'.’.. L. ] ... A. s. j JUDICIAL. Chancelor. t r. „ Judge.‘"j !m 8h»»»,g i Prosecuting Atty.‘ Toi, State Senator.' .H. Circuit court meeta second and thud Monday in July?1” Mon<1*» tl J„ Chancery court meets fir,, and December. 1 Mondsy, j, j County court meets first April, July and October nd*M ta J* Probate court meets 4th April. July and October Mond*V»ta J« Court of Common Pleas meet. ^ January. Apri’. July and Oriobe?d Representative.. COUNTY. JudBe. Sheriff. Circuit Clerk County Clerk... Treasurer..... .."M2*ta Assessor Jjf Surveyor. .ft Coronor.. jjL”sj™*U County Examiner. .*■ W. M.. Cotton Weigher. .. R Constable. . J ust ices Board of Health-Hr. xs—B » jWJd. S. 1. H«„|» 4. s. I v.s5K w**, J. C. Young. J. S. Regan. ' W> N City council meets first and t'.i in each month. CHURCHES. M Kj. Church houth —Rc»v. T D Scot* Preaching every Sunday. murtij'n.* ~ ■ | [•rayer meetmtr every Wedne*^-. W* •Sunday School every Sunday 'norr.inv,, JL - Finis E. Murrah, Superintendent ltnptist Church-Eld. L. M Keelin._. Preaching every Sunday m :r,m!g ai5uL r*-aycr meeting every Thursday rights^1 ! School every Sunday morning at 9 o'ckrlf-v7 Youn>r. Superintendent. • *•'•.1 C. 1*. Church-Rev. I. N Clack, paator. |Wi ing every Sunday morning and night ’ School every Sunday morning at 930-W v ■E?’ kins. Superintendent • Christian Church- Eld R. A. Highamithi Preaching every Lords day at 11 am ua jji p.m. Prayer meeting every Wedneada/iJu Sunday school every Sunday morning atlOrfS Chas. F. Newth. Supt. *«l»<felcrt; i’reshyterian Church-Rev. K. M. McLain, tm* tor. 1“ reaching the 1st 2nd. and 3rd Saadana each month, morning and night. Fourth juLa, at Marlbrook. Prayer meeting every WadaSiI night Sunday school every Sunday morniMiM ti o'clock: T. C. McRae. Supt. W. C. T. U.-meets 2nd and 4th Frida* •ft™, noons at 4 o’clock. Mrs. W. B. Waller, Mrs. H. A. Sykes. Secretary. LODGES. Masonic-meets 1st Friday night in each my J. R. York. W. M.; Dale Wilson. Secretary. Woodmen of the World-Meets H Wednesday nights in each month. G. R. Han. C. C.; Dio Lewis, clerk. Knights of Pythias—meets every Monfer wt*. R. P. Hamby, C. C.: P. F. Chappell, ILofR.ts. Odd Fellows-meets every Tuesday sight l D. Wilson. N. G.; Alex Vaughn. Secrataiy. Knights and Ladies of Honot-meets lit ^dM Thursday nights in each month. Alex Va protector; B. J. Daniels. Sec. Ancient Order of United Workmen—meetiewy second and fourth Thursday nights. Jaa le. shaw. M. W.. Jim White. Recorder, Nevada County Medical Society meet! 1st Ma ny night in each month. Dr. Wm. W. Rice-pm. ident; Dr. J. S. Chastain, secretary. Rebekah Lodge No. 236 meets every bat L_ third Wednesday night tn eachmonth. Mia Alia Munson. Noble Grand. Alex Vaughan. Seaetay POSTOFFICE. Postmaster.-.lack Grayaa Clerk.Walter Hint Olllce hours-Open at 8 a. m.. close it I y a, open at 7 p. m.. close at 7:30 p. m. Sunday-oga at 9:30 a. m., close at 10:30 a. m.: open at 439 p. a. close at h-30 p. m. Money orde-departnaat-ega at 8 a. m. clc.se nt 4 p. m. Mail from Rosston and intermediate poiati a> nvea at 11 a. m.. leaves at 1 p. m. Mail from Cale and intermediate poiati at 11 a. m. and leaves alp. m. These routes daily except Sunday. Mail on rural routes Nos. 1. 2, S, 4. 6 ana 41 every day except Sunday at 8 a. m. Hat Pins made out of Real Roses A Uvn Hose lloforo Mi’tiU I till IT J Ji Real Rose Hat Pins It does not seem possible, yet K is ttujj that these Hat p‘n» metal live roses, changed en,1^i^„ every d*' by a secret process.preservi K j( tail of the rose from whidt eacn^j^ made. They can not break, and » forever. This dtowrjjy !• '^Sea, doubt one of the lo*'“/'* beautiful Egyptians. They are the t®0*.*,?!* fta. ofall Hat Pins. No wo are uUke-t0 ,be ished in five coiors. to conf M,de prevailing fashionsin m nm*y bud in six sizes.from thesmaUe rc ^ to the ful 1 blown tl?w«rn J^mOTHE made by t he genuine by secret process, the only P rteCt|y which an open rose '■*ni f .rjor itnit*; metalized. Don’t buy an''TOfoTHE tion. All genuine DEL.AM Metalized Real Rose H st Hns the name stamped on the pin. We h»ve the exclu«« sale of "DELAMOTHt products for this city-See the exhibit in our, r<u| dow of this wonderful discovery. E. A. Short.