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EWS & MORRIS, Publishers. TWICE-A-WEEK WE STAND FOR A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL ME 33 PRESCOTT, NEVADA COUNTY, ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY PICAYUNE SUBSCRIPTION, $1 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE , MARCH 16. 1910. NUMEER 11 young Men Grasp this Chance mko get clothes that are “just your style.” You can get f.Mjrlfktel "*09 Of Ml!IOS5 MOS SCO. Ptoe (Mitts HAkers lUKiaorc •»«! Sew York them here, any time, any pattern, any price. Do you like nobhv clothes? Do you like clothes quite a bit dif ferent from the average, or dinary, every day sort? The Hart, Schaffner & Mark, and Schloss Bros, garments are for you if you do. Do you want “swagger” clothes? We mean “swag ger” in the refined, well bred, accented-by-good so ciety sense. Then these clothes are for you sure. Her. hey ere with form fit ting effect, full chested, two and thfee button styles, peg top trou ser patterns that you never before knew existed. When you get into one of these suits you feel right, you know you look right Vou can go anywhere and be a prince among good dressers. These clothes are tailored as you would have them if your in come was a hundred thousand and you could pick the swellest tailor in the land. Try one of these suits this spring. Come in and ■look them over. I.earn how the leading young men’s house make lothes especially for you. r he New York Store Prescott, : : Arkansas U nderwear In the Spring Weights. Thoughts of Spring make us think of gettihg into light underwer. Here you will find all good kinds of underwear in styles and grades to suit every memlft* of the family. For in stance—“Nazareth Waist Union Suits”—shirt pants and waist in one; a complete outfit of underwear for boy or girl in one garment. Saves your time, money and wash day work. Sizes 2 to 12. Price. 50c “Nazareth Waists”—The well-known tried and tested child’s knit waist; elastic knit, po rous, taped and made right in every way. Sizes, 1 to 12. Price. 25c Wat W. White, 22^50 FERTILIZERS 2150 WE HANDLE the Virginia Carolina ferti lizer in the following Brands: Scott, state standard—and Royal Cotton Boll, The Arkan sas Fertilizer in the Twentieth Century Brands, each brand the best producer of their respective mills. 6.50 Distributors 6.50 We still sell the same style fertilizer Dis tributor we have sold for the past six years the Best on the market, ask the man who has one. W. B. WALLER Prescott, - Ai kansas. We still have on hand a small quantity of Truck Grower fertilizer for Gardens and Potatoes. JUDGES AND CLERKS OF THE ELECTION The Democratic Central Com mittee met today, and passed a resolution, changing the qualifi cations for voting so as to permit all known democrats to vote with out any challenge whatever, whether or not they may have scratched some part of the ticket two years ago. But a man who was a new convert two years ago and who went into the primal , pledging to suppprt the tick , and failed to doso in its entire! will be barred. The committee th< n went into the selection of the judge an i the following were named. The first three names are the judges, the next two names aie the clerks, and the last one is the sheriff of the election: ALABAMA. Louis PeltE. T. Kennedy, E. R McSwain. T. L. McLure, S. M, McNatt. Jim McLure. ALBANY SUTTON BOX Ed Arnett, Ed Jones, Newt Cook. J. M. Goad, Earl Barham. Joe Bates. LANEBURG BOX J. J. Sampson, C. R. Hudson. J. T. Adams. T. A. Garrett, Buss McGough. Jno. Gann. BOUGHTON W. D. Sutton, I. H. Stuart, Eva Ward. T. J. Lamb. Dave Price. Henry Britt. CANEY ROSSTON BOX Sam Chamberlin, W. D. Rhodes Joe McKissick, Bob O’Keefe, J. B. Whitehead T. P. Dixon. GALE BOX Doyle Westmoreland, Jno. Mc Daniel’ Walter White. Jno. Barksdale, Bill Honea. Perry Westmoreland. EMMET J. M. Garland. E. W. Beaty, D. A. Snell. W. S. Hines, C. A. Thompson. J. A. Bull. GEORGIA MORRIS Sylvester Honea, Perry Burk ett, J. K. Waddle. T. E. White, E E Alsobrooks. W. E. Morris. young’s mill E. M White, J. J. Gourley, Har rison Young. Tom' Davis, Ed, Griffin. W. W. Gentry. JACKSON. Enoree Blakely, J. R. Boyce, Eugene Hatley. P. B. Jones, Elmore May. R. W. Copeland. LEAKE W. B. Carpenter, O.B. Wright, T. G. Boswell. Joe E. Starrett, Tom Hay. S. A. Arrington. MISSOURI EAST SIDE M, W. Greeson, Calvin Jones, Sam White. J. M. Franks, Dixon Hatley. C. N. Riddle. WEST SIDE G. W. Ross. Dan Pittman, Nat Martin. Ben Waller, Jr., R. P. Hamby. Capt. Thornton. PARKER BODCAW J. A. Downs’ Chas. Mattison, J. W. Deaton, Jr. S H VVarniack, Johnson Camp J. M. Boswell. BRISBANE D. W. Bailey, Jno. Grant, L. L. Bennett. Leon Martin. J. F. Bennett. M. M. Murrah. REDLAND WIRE ROAD W. A. Hannah, T. B, Barham, J. H. Bryson, Sr. Ben Johnson, Luther Laven der. Dan W. Johnson. LACKLAND Jno. vi. Benton, Jno. Gre^r, Ben Franklin. Tom DeWoody, Henry Cum mingrs. J. W. Bean, Sr. Alum V / Fifty Years the Standard f No ~ Lime yPhosphate Dr.PRICE’S CREAM Baking Powder Its use a protection and a guarantee against alum TAYLOR WILLISVILLE W. S. Martin, J. H. McKenney D. E. McCarero. J. W. Silvey, R. C. Haltom. Geo. Herring. DELTA H. I. Butcher, D. W. Hay, Frank Johnson. Wiley Haynes, Buck Dean. C. W. Rhea. UNION Geo. Sudsberry, Jim Henry, Gus Parker. Will Parker. Berry Martin. John Hardwick. LETTER FROM TEXAS Dear old Pic:—In reading your paper I become home sick for old Nevada county. Although, I have been in Texa* for three years, yet I am still true to my trust and I am standing by my home county. I not iced in your last paper that you have been having quite a lot of rain there. You should see Taxas. I live in one fourth of a mile of Sabine river and that river has not run any in six months. I have walked across the bed of this river several times. Water has been cut off in the city for some time, and fires are so fre quent that the insurance compan ies are cancelling policies. But. in spite of all these cir cumstances, this country is flour ishing. The snows have kept a very good season in the ground and farmers made a real good crop last year. One merchant told me, who has been in business here for several years, that he did the best business last year that he ever did. I have been wondering why you do not take more interest in your paper, now when I say you, I mean every one living in Nevada county. We people that are living a way from our old homes are al ways pleased to see a letter from our home community, or from even any place we know. Why don’t more of you write to the paper? ! I might mention many other things that we would like to read in our home paper, but why can’t we have more enthusiasm and real fire in the paper* wouldn’t people appreciate it more? Let’s each one do our part and enconrage the editcr. A Reader. Greenville Texas We understand that it was at the instigation of the Farmer’s Union that Amendmeut No. 11 was oassed and we are at a loss to know why any member of that body, and especially one who claims to be a leader, can oppose it. The hue and cry of those who are opposing it claim, as ail special interests do, that it is class legislation. Now, we would like to know if it was not class legislation when the last legislature appropriated $10,000 j to eradicate the ticks in a certain part of the state and to benefit a certain part of the people in that certain part of the state. Farmers do not be frightened with the argument that it is class legislation and unconstitu tional. You have heard that [before, especially when the i farmer was to be benefitted. TO ANNEX MEXICO Texas Grand Lodge, 1.0.0. F. | Endorses Proposition to Attach the Republic Austin, Tex., March 11,—The Texas Grand Lodge, I. 0. O. F., yesterday endorsed the proposi tion to attach the Republic of Mexico to i he jurisdiction of Tex as. The uuestion was brought up by Deputy Grand Sire M. Blum, of the Republic of Mexico, who presented the application. He said there are few Odd Fellows in Mexico, and only Americans are admitted to the order. A committee consisting of B. J. Hubbard, Kaufman; G. A. Kellar, San Antonio, and H. J. Emmins. Dallas, was named from the Texas grand lodge to the sovereiern grand lodge at At lanta, Ga., next September, to push the application. Yes, I am a young man. Is there any sin in that? Yes, I am an ambitious young man. Is there anything wrong in that? Why should I be ashamed of the fact that I am young? Cannot a young man have ideas? Cannot a young man have push? Be cause I am young is no excuse for not honoring me with po sitions of trust. Though I be young, I claim that I am possess ed with reasonable common sense. Though I be young, I do claim that I know something of the wants and desires of my people. Should I be honored with this trust, I shall never give you reason to regret that you sent one young man to the legis lature, and as I grow older, I trust that by reason of your hav ing elevated me while a young man, that it will ever be an in spiration to me to give you better and more faithful service. Jess Morris TRIBUTE OF LOVE AND CARO OF THANKS With sad hearts we how to the mandates of our Heavenly Father who has called from earth to a better existence our darling boy, John Ona Smart, who was just six years and twenty days old when the death angel (as it seemed to us) ruthlessly snatch ed him from us. He was the light, the life and 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 or see the evidences of his childish pass time. He took a deep interest in all he saw his father do in improving the home. With one so young ami with such a promise of usefulness and our proudest and most cherished hopes dashed to pieces is why we weep. But hope is the sheet anchor of despair, and hope will assist us in bravely bearing the burden of bereavement and keep in our minds, lives and hearts that most beautiful of tributes expressed by our Savior, ' ‘Suffer little children to come unto me for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven.” In conclusion we wish to ex press our sincere gratitude to all of our friends who so nobly stood by us in the battle against the grim reaper Death and, although vanquished, we console ourselves that Eternal Bliss has won a priceless Jewel. Again thanking each one individually and all collectively. By Mother and Father, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smart Grand Pa and Grand Mn, J. B. and Julia Kelly, Strayed—From my place Feb ruary, 15th one brown horse, four years old, small to age. Liberal reward for his recovery John Morrow, Route 5. Just Received Ladies and Childrens Fancy Trimmed Hats and Sailors 25c to $3.50 each. Nowon display. Ozan Mercantile Company Prescott, Arkansas.