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The Nevada County Picayune.
Published every Wednesday and Sat urday by C. B. ‘Andrews. Proprietor. Subscription, Per Year - - $1.00 Entered as Second-class matter Jan uary 6, 1906, at the Postoffice at Pres cott, Arkansas, under the act of Con gress, March 3, 1871*. C. B. ANDREWS - - - EDITOR MAY 12. 1906. ~~ DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For United States Senator— Jeff Davis. For Governor— Jno. S. Little. For Secretary of State— 0. C. Ludwig. For Auditor of State— Avery E. Moore. For Attorney General - W. F. Kirby. For State Treasurer James L. Yates. For Associate Justice— J. E. Riddick. For Commissioner State Lands — L. L. Coffman. ForCommissioner of Agriculture Guy Tucker. ForSupt. Public Instruction— J. J. Doyne. For Railroad Commissioner— J. E. Hampton. For Congress — Minor \\ allace. For Prosecuting Attorney— 0. A. Graves. For Circuit Judge J. M. Carter. For State Senator H. B. McKenzie. For Representative J. \Y. Whaley. For Sheriff Ed Hood. For County Judge Mat Denman. For Circuit Clerk F. E. Murrah. For County Clerk Nat Martin. For County Treasurer J. H. Watson. For Tax Assessor John Bright. For Surveyor Tom Lavender. For Coroner T. W. McDaniel. For Public Weigher H. T. Ingram. For Road Overseer Misouri Tp. - J. E. Horne. For Justices of the Peace— F. M. Smyth. J. B’Shers. For Constable J. L. Barger. Clean up! Say. neighbor; you had better clean up before you have to. After all the “man with tin* muckrake” stirred congress quite a kite. Commissioner Garfield seems to have been a careful reader of Miss Ida Tar bell. The warm months will soon be upon us. Have all the old tin cans and rubbish in and around your premises carted away. Senator Spooner’s reply to Senator Bailey’s great speech seems to have exhausted itself in the preliminary advertising-. The French having perfected a new battleship destroyed it is up to some other country to perfect a battleship destroyer destroyer. A New York street corner masher has been given six months in jail. We gene rally make it the hospital down here. A hale and hearty centenarian of Brooklyn gives as his recipe for long life: “Never be in a hurry.” Are there many cen tenarians in Philadelphia? There is one remedy for the industrial blight wrought upon the south by the negro labor trust and negro vagrancy- the right sort of immigration. The gunners of the cruiser Pennsylvania are said to have scored 17 hits in 100 seconds re cently. The American man be hind the gun is a world-power navy in himself. Senator Bailey, of Texas, is credited with having declined a $50,000 offer to join a New York law firm. Senator Bailey may have his weather eye on a $50, 000 job in Washington. The ticket nominated by the Kansas republicans seems to be in bad order with the masses, and there is believed to be a good fighting chance for the demo cratic state ticket headed by ex Senator Harris. The house bill to remove the revenue tax from denaturized alchol is now over in the senate, reposing in committee of which Senator Nelson W. Aldrich is chairman. Senator Aldrich is the father-in-law of John D. Rockefeller, jr. Free denaturiz ed alcohol will be a severe blow to the Standard Oil company. We believe the session of the public school just closed has been one of the most successful that has ever been taught in Prescott. There has not been the least friction between teacher and pupil or parents and the board has worked in harmony all the way through. This is certainly gratifying to the parents of the school and we think under the circumstances their should be no change in the school board. They have plans now to build more school room and it seems that it would befolly to change a board that has so faithfully labored to make this one of the best schools in the state. It is Dangerous Co NeglecC a Cold How often do we hear it remarked: :‘It's only a cold,” and a few days' later learn that the man is on his bad: with pneumonia. This is of such com mon occurance that a cold, however slight, should not be disregarded. Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy counter acts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia, and lias gained its great popularity and extensive sale by its pr< i >t cures and is pleasant to tal e. For srie by Baker Drug Store, whole sale and retail. MESSENGER FAVORS BRIDGE. May the 23rd is the day, and Blue L k» is the place that has been selected by the people of Clark and Nevada Counties to hold the P.i Brio Picnic. The commbteo from each coun ty ne t at he nv< r last Friday and . ; ■. anizt d by « voting Gapt. John Haw-, of Okolona as Chair man ai;«! Don. Jno. M. Milburn, of Prose U. as Secretary, of the joint Comn.ittci from both, counties. Cant. Hays ha.- .1- a working Commute- . inti.: • county. Messrs M. T. kelfo ... Marsh, C. \\. F t. Dt. J. H. IMF. and . Mv.. iau Spencer. Liz e ( that J. 1 Bell, W. P. FOR BOTH One disease of thinness in children is scrofula; in adults, consumption. Both have poor blood; both need more fat. These diseases thrive on lean ness. Fat is the best means of [overcoming them; cod liver oil makes the best and healthiest ! fat and SCOTT’S EMULSION is the easiest and most effective form of cod liver oil. Here's a natural order of things that shows why Scott’s Emulsion is of so much value in ull cases of scrofula and consumption. More fat, more weight, more nourish ment, that's why. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists 400-415 Pearl Street, New York 50c. And .00 :: :: :: ts AUdruggists Stomach Troubles. Mrs. Sue Martin, an old and highly respected resident of Faisonia. Miss., was sick with stomach trouble for more than six months. Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets cured her. She says: “I can now eat anything I want and am the proudest woman in the world to find such a good medi cine. ” For sale by Baker Drug Store. Samples free. What Merit Will Do. Meyer Bros. Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo., write Sep. 4, 1905: “We have no hesitancy in admitting that merit is the prime factor in creating the de mand for Dr. Mendenhall’s Chill and Fever Cure. It ranks among our best sellers.’’ Sold by honest druggists. Ross, and Miss Clara Bailey. From the Prescott papers, we see that all the best people in that city and county are interest ed. They have held a number of mass meetings, and Commit tees composed of their strongest men and women have been ap pointed, and are now at work for the success of the picnic. The 23rd of this month can be ■ made one of the brightest days in all this county’s history, by Thoa. C McRae. Pres VI 'l Foster. \ -Pres C. S McCain Cashier Bank of Prescott PRESCOTT. ARK capital STOCK AUTHORIZED $100,000 00 SUBSCRIBED $*>0.000.00 BANKING FACILITIES are so indispensable to the mod ern business man that he would not dream of trying to run his business without a oank account. The old way of counting out sil ver and paper currency to pay bills belongs to the dark ages. Mistakes were made and dis- j putes arose both about payment and amount. Now lie writes a check for the sum, which is in disputable proof, both c pay ment and the amount Ladies are shown special cour tesy. Open an account X<>\\. having- the biggest and best pub lic dinner ever spread in this part of A rkansas. And. by tak ing- tin initiave steps toward the erection of a steel bridge across the Little Missouri river, there by connecting safely two con genial communities, that are now separated by that treacherous stream. Let every true and1 good citizen, unloose his purse string's, before the dron wing cries of other good me shall h« join t'd will: thost o' Lilly 3el' and .Jim .-book- wnich stil! resound in our ears, a^ \w gaze upon the murkey whirl-pools of that river. The Okolona Messenger. Accept no Sugstiture. There is nothing ju>i a.' good foi Malaria Chills and F< vor a- Dr. Men denhall V Chill and Fever Cure. Take it a?- a general tonic and at all times in place of quinine. If it fails to give satisfaction honest druggists will re fund your money. WEATHER REPORT. During the first six days the weather was relatively warm, but the last day was abnormally cold. ' The mean temperature of the week, however, was about norma.. The maximum temper atures ranged between 8do at Little Rock and i)2o at Prescott, and most of them occured on Sat urday. The minimum temper atures were relatively high du ring the first five nights of the week, but were unusually low on the last two, particularly between sundown Sunday and sunrise Monday, when they ranged be tween 4(>o at Malvern and Russ ellville to 47o at Texarkana. At Little Rock the weather was so cold that fires were kept burning in houses all day Sunday and also Monday morning. Excess ive rains occured over the great er part of the State, and the rainfall of the week, which ranged from 1.32 inches at Tex arkana to 8.31 inches at Russell ville. was one to seven inches a - hove normal. During the 24 hours ending at 7 o’clock Thurs day morning, washing and dam aging rains occured in some parts of the State, ranging from two to three inches at Brinkley, Mal vern. Russellville. Warren and Clarendon, while at Dardanelle the amount recorded was 8.40 inches. Hail occured at scattered points in Montgomery, Pulaski. Lincoln. Pope. Conway. Phillips. Sharp. Boone and Lawrence coun ties, and in some places caused more or less damage. The weather was partly cloudy, damp and showry during the greater part of the week, and the sun shine was probably below the average at most places, but the last day of week was clear and dry, with bright sunshine. High winds Friday night and Saturday morning damaged house and fences in some places. Watson’s Magazine. The leading exponent of Jeffersonian Democracy. Edited by Hon. Thos. E. Watson, of Georgia, the Father of Rural Free Delivery: author of “The Story of France,” “Life of Napoleon,” “Life and Times of Thomas Jefferson, ’' ‘ ‘Bethany’ ’ and other books. Mr. Watson was the People’s Party nominee for Vice-President in 1896. and for President in 1904. He is to day heading a middle-class re form movement which is bound to sweep the country in a short time. Watson’s Magazine is not a Socialist publication. It does not stand for collective owner ship of all the means of product ion. Mr. Watson believes in public or government ownership of railroads, telegraphs and tele phones: in municipal ownership of street railway, gas. electric lights, water works, etc.: and he believes in private ownership of all industries not natural monop olies. The middle class the home owners, farmers, small business men and property owners won Jefferson’s victory in 1800; won Jackson’s victory over Nick Bid dle’s money power in 1N12; won Lincoln’s victory in 1860. But each time after the flush of vic tory had died away, they became careless of their rights and went to sleep. They have slept a good portion of the time since I860, but— Watson’s Magazine is waking them up. Keep in touch with the movement. Fifteen cents a copy at news stands: $1.50 a year by mail. Sample copy for 4 two-c ut stamps and four names oh read ing friends. Address, TOM WATSON’S MAGAZINE, 121 West -42d Street. New York City. SPECIAL CT.UBHI.W, HA I E. Watson’s Magazine and Pica yune a year for only 81.75. Why save not the 75 cents? Leave orders at this office. NoL if as Rich as Rockefeller. If you had all the wealth of Rocke feller, the Standard Oil Magnate, you could not buy a better medicine for bowel! complaints than Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The most eminent physician cannot prescribe a better preparation for colic and diarrhoea, both for children and adults. The uniform success of this remedy has shown itself superior to all others. It never fails, and when re duced with water and sweetened, is pleasant to take. Every family should lie supplied with it. For sale In Baker Drug Store, wholesale and retail. Sore Nipples. A cure may be effected by applying Chamberlain’s Salve as soon as the child is done nursing. Wipe it off with a soft cloth before allowing the child to nurse. Many trained nurses use this salve with the best results. Price 25c. So|d by Baker Drug Store. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Brumo Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove’s signature is on each box. 25c. For Men Only TR Carhartt Overall %? • «V.f $1.00 Garment $2.00 Suit W. B. WALLER $ 17.50. For $1 7.50 we will sell you A STEEL RANGE, the best vou ever saw for the money. This the Range you ought to see it is an eye opener, a mon ey saver, and a quick baker, if you don’t take advantage of this great offer it is not our fault. For $22.50 we will sell you a Steel Range with large Reser voir. Don’t continue to pay from forty to seventy-five dol lars for Steel Ranges. McDaniel Hardware Company Alwavi Rmm the Fail Ni tsativt* ?■ ■ ^iao rtran ■■■■■SS3SKK& ^ *"■ IIHIWtriil1W! Cores ft C fc One Pay-1 ? • %} i&T ,<? £ m «. 7,v,. ** '«*&> Tax Assessor’s Notice. 1 will meet tin property owners of N>.*vada County .it tic times and places tor tt • purpose ot p. rmit t .njr thorn to imv «n *taxes. Brinft yojr land died or la.^t receipt; \\ .ii School House, Monday a. oi., June ;. Lackian i, ttedi .i d township. Mon day p. in. June i. Lyda, Kedlard township, Tuesday a. m., June " Bluff tits. Union township, Tuesday j). m. June ■'>. Bluff City, I’nion township, Wednes day, a. m., June *i. Foss, Union township, Wednesday p. m., June ti. Zutna, Union township, Thursday a. m., June 7. Gulley’s Store. Union township, Thursday p. m., June 7. Hatley’s Store, Jackson township, Friday. June h. Blakely’s Store, Jackson township, Saturday, a. m., June <5. Woodtawn, Leake township, Satur day p. m., June 9. Glenville, Leake township, Monday, dune u. Irma, Taylor tp., Tuesday June 12. Kosston, Caney to., Wed. June 13. Cale, Caney tp., Thur. June 14. Morris Georgia Friday a. m. June 15 Bethel School H. Georgia Friday p. rn. June 15. Lanelmrg Albany Monday June 18. Mt Moriah Caney Tuesday a. m. June 19 Willisville Taylor Tuesday p. m. June 19. Willisville Taylor Wednesday a. m. June 20. Delta Taylor Wednesday p. m. June 20. Delta Taylor Thursday a. m. June 21 Hambrice’s store Taylor Thursday p. m. June 21. Stockton Tavlor Friday a. m. June 22 Nichols Seh’l H Al’bama Friday p. m. June 22. Falcon Al’bama Saturday June 23. Wild Cat Al'bama Monday a. m. June 25. Register Parker Monday p. m. June 25. Bodcaw Parker Tuesday June 26. Brisbane Parker Wednesday June27. Azor Parker Thursday a. m. June 28 Forest Hill Albany Thursday p. m. June 2>. Sutton Albany Friday' June 29. Emmet Emmet Monday July 2. S'uMiin Hiil B’ghton Tuesday a. « July 8. li Mo ;<rhton B’ghtoii Thursday July 1’n -cott Mis .uri Friday July dto: G. F MI \KK. ASSBSSOI DR MENDENHALL’) CHI' . £1 C-tJRE (This Picture on Every ttottU) Cures Chills, Fevers, Malaria, Bilioi Take it as a General Tonic and at all in place of Quinine. Breaks up O Colds and LaGrippe NOCURE.NOPJ J. C. MENDENHALL. Sole Owner Evansville. Indisa* For Sale by Honest Di Little Rock, Ark., Feb. -4.1®^ To Whom It Concerns: ■ Having recently caused an ex*® tion to be had of the books and * of The Capital Fire Insurance Lo®l of this city by Jno. G. Holland, was by me appointed to make std animation. 1 take pleasure ^ m find that from the report of said now on file in this office, 1 books of the Company to 'iay well kept, the affairs of the t0 •L to be in good cond'tion and the " j ny well able to comply with mands of the law passed by legislature regulating the tion of Mutual Fire Insurance ies organized in this State. Avery E- Moore. ^ Auditor & Lx o ; Ins. Com t- , J. M. Milburn our 1 organ11 ComP1