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1921 - MAY = 1921
■ - - - .. - ■ ..... Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu x ri Sat 5 1 2 3 4 5 ! 6 7 I 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 | 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 § 29 30|31 § - - - . — ' THE DAILY PICAYUNE ---- Published Every Day Except Sunday. —-; C. B. Andrew*,_Publisher Mrs. W. G. Hayes-Reporter * telephones” Tbe Picayune Office 232 B. Andrews resident 149 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Magic Copies- Be On* Month_40c Cfevse Months _fl.00 Advertising Rates made known on aspbcatloa. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC All advertising copy most be recelv et ths office of The Picayune not lat er "**■ 10 a. m., of the day on which ft Is Intended for use, otherwise It will appsar la the Issue of the following day Advertising copy for use In the week ly Picayune should reach this office aot later than Wednesday morning. Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any individual, firm or corporation ap pearing In The Picayune will be promptly corrected If brought to the attention of the pnllsher. Statements of facts however will not he retracted. » ■ ' .— “Entered as second-class matter Jan uary 6,1921, at the post office at Pres astt, Arkansas, under the Act of March «, 1919“ FINE CROWDS AT REVIVAL. The revival services began very aus piciously Sunday morning and there has been extra good attendance on the part of the people. Mr. Kidd preach es the full gospel with fervor and has made a good impression on all who have heard him and the music lead by Mr. Fitch lias lieeu very soul stirring. Mr Fitcli has proven himself an adept in (talking to children and young people and many art* in attendance who have trot been In the habit of hearing the gospel message. The attendance Mon day moruiug and night were better than expected owing to other attrac tions in town and shows that the Chris tlan people are in earnest and that they desire a real old fashioned revival in MICKIE SAYS— (SOME FOLKS DOV4T REAL! IE ItT'') ! BUT vri JEST AS POOR. MANNERS -fo COME \N WERE AN' START RE AWN' PROOFS AN’ NOSIN' ROUND S AS \TD BE TO GO INTO SOME ) i 'boons KVTCWEN AN’ LOOK IN f tw’ vessels on tw stove | TO SEE NWWAC TNSN’RE GOING] TO HAVE PER PINNER! j 6MAPCS ' / Su6f\(ao£ rrescott. Services each (lay at 0:30 a in., and 7 :4f> p. in. The church is very comfortable and several have said that it Is the coolest place In town and so no one need make an excuse for not coming on account of the hot weather, o OILING HOPE STREETS Hope, May 30.—Residents of Hope are busy this week putting oil on the streets to keep down the dust Without rain for two weeks, the dust is becom ing almost unbearable. Both the res idence and business sections of the city are being oiled. Hope Is making ready to pave a considerable portion of the streets -o SAM LOYEJOY. The remains of Sam Lovejoy, who died yesterday was buried this after noon at DeAnn cemetery, Rev J. A. Sage conducted the funeral services. The deceased had operated a cold drink stand and restaurant on West Kin street for the past three years. He was a peaceful quiet citizen and the bereaved widow and daughter have the sympathy of the entire town. RAILROAD TIME TABLE NORTH BOUND. No. 4. 8t Louis, fast_5:5S a. m. No. 32, Local..8:20 a. m. No. 8, 8t. Louis, fast-8:15 p. m. No 6. 8t. Louis, fast.«:11 p. m. No. 36. Local_4:45 p m. SOUTH BOUND No. 85, Local_10:00 a. m. No. 5, Fast-10:16 a. m. No. 87, Local---®:16 p. m No. 8, Fast_10:20 P- m MERCHANT GLEASON HOTEL HOTEL Little Rock, Ark. Little Rock, Ark. MODERN MODERN Second and Louisiana Sts. Second and Center Streets REMODELED REMODELED Hot and cold water in all Hot and cold water in all rooms. -Telephone and rooms. ..Telephone and elevator service. elevator service. GLEASON CAFE 210 W. Second St. will pay special attention to guests of both hotels. Special Inducements to Families. Headquarters for Commercial Men. Large Sample Rooms. J. R. Frazier, Prop. _J. R. Frazier Jr., Manager James Chadick, Assistant Manager.