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THE DAILY PICAYUNE
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C. B. Andrews,_Publisher
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“Entered as second class matter Jan
uary 5, 1921. at the post office at Pres
cott, Arkansas, nuder the Act of March
SOLDIER HEROES BURIED.
Texarkana. June 29—Bodies of
Berton Paul Ochs and Otis Henry, the
first of Texarkana soldier heroes who
fell on the battle field in France to be
returned home, were given burial with
full military honor* in Rose Hill cemo
tery rhis afternoon. During the morn
ing the body of Ochs yas taken to a
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' RCU Warehouse
In Ch,-. juo the
Horn o. Plervty
th~ Co ■ lowers or
> th:s RCU Store
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Prescott Mercantile Co.
Sacred Heart Catholic church, where
high ritual mass was said by Father
O'Brian. This afternoon both bodies,
draped with flags were taken to the
State Line Methodist church, where a
brilliant oration was delivered by ths
Rev Francis X. Brewer, who conduct
ed the religious service.
A military escort of about 100 ex
-ervice men in uniform followed the
bodies, which were taken on eassions
to the country, where the regulation
volley was fired over the graves and
final tap> sounded. All busijipss
houses closed at 2 p. in., and remained
closed the remainder of the day. It
looked as if the entire poulatiou turned
out to honor the heroic dead the crowd
being estimated at several thousand.
The body of Grover Vernon, another
soldier, will be taken to Nashville and
given military burial tomorrow morn
ing. The body of Melville Hawkins,
negro, will be buried with military
honors at the same time at Mandeville.
Guards from the local American Le
gion post will have charge of both ser
Health is very good in this commu
nity at present.
Fanners are very busy laying by
crops before the Fourth.
There is going to be a big picnic
at Lanckland Springs July 2. Every
body is invited to come and bring
your basket full. We will have some
! good speaking and the Ouachita Baud
will be here to furnish music.
Mrs. Lila Harris of Arkadelphia. is
visiting home folks.
Mr. T. B. Henry went to Laneburg
Sunday and reports a nice time.
Mr Hilliard Griffie and family vis- ;
ited home folks Sunday .
Sunday school is moving off nicely
at this place.
Mr. Chas. Burford filled his regular
appointment at Mr. Benton's Sunday.
I will come again next week.
PLANNING NEW HOSPITAL.
After a tour of inspection of the
j Confederate Home grounds, members
o fthe Board of Control decided yes
I terday to build the proposed new hos
pital annex as an L on the eastern
end of the present hospital building.
Plans of the new addition are being
drafted and It is expected that work
wlli begin early next month. The
work will cost about $10,000.
Instead of once a weke, the Plcay
ane will come to yon 6 times a week.
DESERTER GIVES I P.
Sheriff Luke Steele left yesterdav
, afternoon with Sergeant Jim Beard
for Camp Pike. Beard was a deserter
of the flag and has been fleeing cap
ture for some time. Yesterday morning
however, he walked into the sheriff’s
office and surrendered and willing to
be carried back and receive punishment
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JITNEY MEN MIX-UP.
Yesterday afternoon while waiting
for No. 8 to come in two jitney drivers
Louie Hornbeck and B. L). Akers, got j
into a heated discussion over business
affairs. A few licks were passed and
affair wound up in Mayor's court this
morning. Mr. Horn beck received a $5
fine and the case against Mr. Akers
was postponed to give Mr. Hornhock
a chance to bring in witnesses.
There is Nothing
like a good cold sparkling bottle of Soda
Water to quench your thirst on a real hot day
You wont have to go very far to find a
place where it is served Ice Cold either.
All the popular flavors from Arkola
down. The price is
Prescott Ice Co.
/l . —and the blend cant be copied
Air-Tight Tin* of SO
A»k your dernier to show you the new vecuutrr
seeled tine of SO Chesterfields. A compact,;,
convenient end ebsolutely AIR-TIGHT pa0*
ing — the cigarettes keep fresh indefinite.
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