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NEVADA COUNTY PICAYUNE
TWICE-A-WEEK >KEWS & MORRIS, Publishers. ,UME 33 WE STAND FOR A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL SUBSCRIPTION, $1 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE PRESCOTT, NEVADA COUNTY, ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1910. NUMBER 9 1500 Pairs Famous “Crown” Make Trousers Made to sell regularly at $2.00 #3.50 and $4.00, on sale at the New York Store at $2 a pair. The entire surplus s t ock o f these fam ous Trousers direct from the shops of Max B. Brummer Broadway, New York. Every pair newest style. The thous ands of men and youths who know that Crown worsted che viots and tweeds are of the newest stripes and effects, and are so good that eAon the man who wears the highest priced clothing need not fear to pua chase with confidence of satis faction. We can fit any man in town, stout, slender, short Celebrated Crown Trousers ,nd tall. We have all sizes, 30 to 50 waist measure THE NEW YORK STORE |G uarantee that beats them all ST V L E N° 096 TheHEELSancTOE.Sof theseSOCKS erey madeESPEO ALLY STRONG by the use of <3 four piy Yarn spun fronn the best SEA ISLAND COTTON jvo other Yarn as durab/G. v _. »NTlt Them IOOu'«*t*f> ary OTiiR MAKE Wt GUARANTtt Them TOOu^wlAR ary OT"‘R MAKE or tICMl AMDItmuRl *NC 1C BE ERE £ f ROr DETECTS > HE 3AMC W I COOPER 'WELL'S&C2 ST JOSEPH, MICH. at W. White, Prescott, Arkansas. 150 FERTILIZERS 2122 rE HANDLE the Virginia Carolina ferti lizer in the following Brands: Scott, state tandard—and Royal Cotton Boll, The Arkan ls Fertilizer in the Twentieth Century Brands, ich brand the best producer of their respective tills. >.50 Distributors 6.50 We still sell the same style fertilizer Dis til »utor we have sold for the past six years the ^st on the market, ask the man who has one. W. B. WALLER Prescott, - Arkansas. We still have on hand a small quantity of puck Grower fertilizer for Gardens and Jtaloes. CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE MEETS Pursuant to call of the Chair man of the Democratic Congress ional Committee for the 7th Con gressional District, met at the Court House in the city of Cam den at 2 o’clock p. m. on the 3rd day of March, 1910. There was present as follows: Union county, C. W. Smith, proxy for W. T. Hudson. Ouachita County, J. T. Sifford Columbia County, W. L. Jame son. Lafayette County, Arthur Bak i er, proxy for F. E. Baker. Hempstead, J. T. Sifford, proxy i for J. D. Montgomery. Clark County, J. H. Crawford. Nevada County, J. C. Marsh, ! proxy for M. W. Greeson. Calhoun Connty, N. N. Wood, proxy for W. A. James. Bradley County, J. E. Bradley proxy for Byron Herring. Ashley County, J. E. Bradley, proxy for T. A. Jackson. Chicot County, J. E. Bradley, proxy for Harry E. Cook. The committee was called to order by J. T. Sifford, secretary, and J. H. Crawford was unani mously elected chairman. John E Bradley introduced a resolution which was amended by adding a second resolution on motion of C. W. Smith. The whole as introduced and amended was unanimously adopt ed and is as follows towit: Be it resolved by the Democrat ic Congressional Committee of the seventh Congressional Dis trict of the State of Arkansas, at a meeting held in pursuance of the ca|llof the chairman of said committee, at Camden, Arkan sas, on this, the third day of March. 1910. That the candidate receiving the highest number of votes cast in the respective counties com posing said District shall be de clared the Demodratic nominee for Congressman from said 7th Congressional District. That the chairman and secre taries of the respective County Central Committees are hereby required to certify the vote re ceived by each candidate for Con gress in their respective counties by townships, to the Democratic Congressional Committee on or before Thursday the 7th day of April, 1910, mailing the said cer tificate to J. T. Sifford. the Sec retary of the Congressional Com mittee at Camden, Arkansas. That said returns shall be tabu lated by the chairman and secre tary of said Congressional Com mittee who shall make a certifi cate showing the total numoer of votes received by each candi date in the whole district as shown by said returns, which cerfiticate with the returns from the sever al counties shall be presented to the Congressional Convention Convention by the Secretary of the Congressional Committee. That the said Congressional Convention is called to meet at Arkadelphia on the 4th. day of May, 1910, at the hour of 1 o’clock p. m. which shall be composed of the dele gates from each county to be se lected at the time and in the manner provided for the selection of delegates to the Democratic State Committee. Each county shall be entitled to such number of delegates to the Congressional Convention as it is entitled to under the present rules and regulation^ as hereto fore established by the Democrat ic State Central Committee, for representation in the State Con vention. The del agates to the Congress ional Convention shallbe instruct ed to cast the vote of the county as a unit, in accordance with the vote cast in the primary election in the county. Resolved further, that we adopt as rules to govern the primary e lection in the several counties, those rules prescribed by the last State Convention and the State Central Committee, and we part icularly call the attention of the ; several Judges of the election to Section One and Two, article ! four, of said rules providing for j the qualifications of voters, who may desire to vote at said elec tion, as follows, towit: Section 1. All white Demo cratic electors entitled to mem bership in the Democratic party, as defined in Article 1, Section 2 of these articles, who have paid poll tax the previous year, or who have become subject to poll tax since assessment for that year, and no others, shall be en titled to vote in all Democratic primary elections. Section 2, The right of the suffrage in Democratic primar ies as defined in the preceeding section, shall not be enlarged or restricted by the order of resolu tion of any Democratic Execu tive or Central Committee, or by any judge at a Democratic pri rrarv election. The following resolution was introduced by C. VV. Smith and unanimously adopted. To-wit: Resolved that all the news papers in the district be requests ed to print in full the resolution hereinbefore adopted.. There being no further busi r.o*s before the committee, it ad journed snbject to call of the chairman. J. H. Crawford, Acting Chairman. J. T. Sifford, Secretary. HON. GUY B. TUCKER. Hon Guy B. Tuck is receiving much encouragement from the press and public all over this state regarding his candidacy for the office of Secretary of State, and right here we take this means of informing the voters that no better man can be found to perform the dut ies as secretary of Arkansas than the above named gentleman. In asking the people for their support, Mr. Tucker does not come before the people as an un tried man. He has made this state the best Commissioner of Mines she ever had, putting forth his best efforts, energy and push for the advancement of Arkan sas. Mr.Tucker perform his du ties with in a straightforward, earnest, speedy manner, and has received much favorable com ment from those with whom he has come in contact. Tucker has worked himself up from a poor farmer lad to one of this state’s most distinguished citizens, a good man who isjhigh lv esteemed by all. His admir able trait will, and should, open the way for his steady advance ment in channels of public use fulness. As a secretary of the state he will make a good one; and this paper heartily commends his can didacy to the consideration of the voters of this county. WHERE IS THE COUNT ? Detroit, Mich.. Feb. 25.—Count Adrian Beaufort of Bloenendale. Holland, Detroit, Minneapolis Raihy River, Minn., is reported as missing from Minneapolis, leaving creditors with board bills and a dishonored check in their hands in lieu of cash. Count Beaufort appeared in j Detroit last September, put up at the Hotel Pontchartrain and i made an impression in social circles. Then he went to the Flats and met more society. There he met Alice Mead, daugh ter of J. N. Mead, ' principal of the Palmer school, and married1 her. The count returned to the Pont chartrain and ran up a bill which j he neglected to settle. The man agement complained, and a war rant was issued. After a day or i two in jail things were arranged, and the count and his will left1 for Cleveland. TRIBUTE OF LOVE AND CARD OF THANKS With sad hearts we bow to the mandates of our Heavenly Fath er, who has called from earth to a better existence our darling boy, John Ona Smart who was six years and twenty days when the death angel (as it seemed to us) ruthlessly snatched him from us. He was the lieht, the life, the joy of our lives. And while we know that his spirit is now with the angelic hosts yet, we grieve because we will never hear his prattling, childish voice again, and we see the evidence of his childish pastime. We took a deep interest in ail we saw his father do in improving The great Baking Powder^ of the country— used in millions of homes—never failed Fifty Years the Standard D? PRICES' CREAM Baking Powder Received the highest award at Chicago World’s Fair the home with one so young and such a promise of usefulness and our proudest and most cherished hopes dashed to Dieces is why we weep. But hope is the sheet of anchor against despair and hope will assist us in bravely bearing the burdens of bereavement and keep in our minds, lives and hearts most beautiful of tribues expressed by our Saviour" “Suffer little childern to come unto Me, for of such is the king dom of Heaves”, In conclusion we express our sincere gratitude to all of our friends who nobly stood by us in the battle against the grim reaper death and al though we console ourselves that Eternal Bliss has won a priceless jewel. Again thanking each one individually and all collectively, Grand Pa and Grand Ma, Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smart. CARD OF THANKS. To the good people of Prescott. We take this method of thank ing you through this paper. We want to thank each and every one, and especially Mr. and Mrs. Pittman and Mrs Young for their kindness, and helping hand through the illness and death of our brother and uncle, Anderson Vick. May God be with all such people is our prayer. H. C. Vick, brother. Jno. T. Vick, nephew. Will Vick, nephew. Subscribe for the Picayune The Prescott Ice & Milling Co. would like to get the people interested in raising poultry. There is money in the poultry business and yet the Poultry is about the most neglected thing on the farm. Now suppose you take a little interest in this line the coming year, and keep account of the poultry and eggs you sell, and see how you come out. We will pay tne highest market price for all kinds of poultry the year around. See our market quotations elsewhere in this paper. ::::::::: The Prescott Ice & Milling Company I Seed Oat>s Seed Potatoes Onion Sets Garden Seed « Ozan Mercantile Company Prescott, Arkansas.