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NEVADA COUNTY PICAYUNE
TWICE-A-WEEK, TUESDAY & FRIDAY ,et Every Body Work For The Rail Road And The High School. Concerted Action Is What We Need. Get Busy. OLUME PRESCOTT. NEVADA COUNTY ARKANSAS. TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1910. NUMBER 37 KILLS LICE. TICKS. FLEAS. MITES. CURES MANGE. SCAB. RINGWORM. SCRATCHES. ETC. DESTROYS DISEASE GERMS AND DRIVES AWAY FLIES. non-irrjtatinc. effective. INEXPENSIVE. i YOU can't afford to let lice, ticks, fleas and mitea eat your stock alive. Get a supply of KRESO DIP and follow directions. It will put an end to the parasites and give the stock a chance to thrive and put on flesh. Use it in barns, hog pens, chicken houses and dog kon nel»--any place where there are vermin. » - KRESO DIP is a coal tar product. It mixes readily with water. It does not burn or irritate like carbolic acid. It does not blister or take the hair off like kerosene. It costs less and docs more than any of these. You can’t make a better investment than to buy some Kreso Dip to kill lice, ticks, mites and fleas and prevent disease by destroying the germs. One gallon cf KRESO DIP makes 60 to 75 gallons when mixed with water. Each lot is STANDARDIZED by the manufacturers, therefore always the cams. GIVE IT A TRIAL. IO& bALfc b\ HESTERLY DRUG STORE ) / ASK FOR FREE BOOKLETS, We carry a fine line of Dry Goods, Groc eries, Shoes, Hats and Gents Furnishing A tine line of cigars just received. Cold Drinks a specialty. TELEPHONE 147. HENDRIX & SONS. IIBIIII.1111 M II Will! HI III ■■■ III! —— — I sell I' unos and Player Pianos >f quality at the most reasonable trices. Call and see the wonder* jUl sweet torn-d little Boudoir ’layer Piano. Price only $350. >°ld by A. Monson Music Store. POULTRY AND GRAIN MARKET BY THE PRESCOTT ICE AND MILLING CO., Turkeys, per pound, l^c. Fries, per pound, 15c. Hens, per pound, Sc. Old Roosters, per lb., 3 l-2c. Ducks, per pound, To. Geese, per pound. 3 l-2c. Guinae, per pound. 5c. If you want t<> spend a few minutes pleasantly, call at bred 1 Murrah’s on east Him street. The place toyret your cold drinks. Always Complete Is our stock of goods, Including Dry Goods and Groceries. We have just received a shipment of the “Silver Brand 9 Shirts, Boston ian Shoes and some new Lawns and Embroideries, and would be glad to have you look at them. Also a few Ladies9 Skirts left and will close them out at bargain. W. B. WALLER Prescott, - Arkansas. Try a Sack of “ELEC 1 l LOUR PRESCOTT GREETS LITTLE ROCK MEN Reception and Luncheon Friday Night—Visit Dia mond Mines and High land Land Congress. An elaborate reception was ten dered Friday night to tiie party of Little Rock Board of Trade members and officials of the Iron Mountain railroad, who arrived on a special train from Little Rock at 6:30o’clock At 8:30 o’clock a public recep tion was held intheopera house, where Thomas McRae presided as master of ceremonies. May or Andrews delivered an address of welcome, to which ExMayor W. E. Lenon of Little Rock responded. “Pushing Prescott.” by G. R. Haynie; “The Arkansas Canaan, ”bv Rev. George E Cunningham of Little Rock, and the “Arkan sas State Fair,” by Judge A. Curl of Hot springs were among the addresses at the reception. Judge J. M. Pittman spoke on “Prescott’s Business Interests,” and Col. J. N. Siebert, general agent of the passenger depart ment of the Missouri Pacific, had “Heart to Heart” for his subject. The hit of the evening, locally was the announcement by M. M. Richey of the Iron Mduntain that the road had completed arrange ments to l uild a modern brick depot at Prescott. This an nouncement was greeted with enthusiasm by the crowd of local people present. l in. a luutncuii wa» served at the Park hotel. Judge Joe D. Conway as toastmaster. The following responses were made: “Arkansas, ’’Senator Lo gan “My Arkansas Farm,” \Y. R. Lighton of Fayetteville;” Oh, You Rice,” Guy L. Stewart, im migration agent of Cotton Belt route; “At the Front,” J. H. Martin “The Feminine Use of Cotton,” Clarence Powers of Little Rock; “Boosting,” Geo. R. Brown, secretary of the Little Board of Trade; “We’re Willing, J. G. Hollenbeck, assisttant gen eral passenger agent of the Iron Mountain railroad. The party left Prescott at 7:30 o’clock Sat. morning for Mur freesboro. where carriages to the diamond mines. They then went to Highland, where the Highland Land Congress They entertained at the latter place with a barbe cue and baseball game. A visit made to the Bert Johnson peach orchard, one of the largest in the world. LOCAL NEWS 5 or 6 iloRos of “666 ’ "'ill euro any .-ase of Chills and Fovi r. Price 25e Married On Sunday night, June 12th. 1910 at the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. Lela McCain one mile west of Pres cott. Mr. Allen Francisco and Miss Vein a McCain. Rev W. A. Steele officiating. These are two very popular /oung piople in their neighbor ed and have a hsot cf friends n town that join with the Picay me in wishing them much hap Mness and success in this life. “Mound City Paints may cost i tritle mere, but—! W. B. Waller.” L. E. Steed of Cale was in the city last week on business} re turning Saturday. 5 or 6 (loses “666’' will cure any :asu of (thills and Fever. Price 25c Archie Frazier of Honey Grove rexas, nephew of A. D. Frazier >f this county was a visitor here ast week. Detroit and return $33.85, ac count Reunion. Grand Lodge Benevolent and Protective Order yf Elks. On sale July 5, 6. 7, 8, 9 and 10th, good for returning July 21st. By depositing $1.00 with Agent Detroit ticket can be extended to August 20th. “The Circular Stair Case.” PRESGOTT DEPOT COST S15.000 New Building Will be C'on Jstructed of Brick and Final Plans Are Now Practically Complete Following the announcement contained in yesterday’s Demo crat that the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railroad Company has decided to erect a passenger station in Prescott in keeping with the importance of the city, General Superintendent M. M. Richey, of the company, yesterday after noon stated to a member of the Democrat staff in his private car attached to train No. 6, on route to Little Rock from the diamond fields, that the station will cost upward $15,000, and that it will be com posed of brick stone trimmings. This announcement from the general superintendent goes more into detail than that which he made in the opera house at Prescott on Friday night. The Iron Mountain came in for a great deal of rather good-natured roasting at the hands of promi nent Prescott people, and it was Former Congressman T. C. Me. Rae that city who declared that he and the fire department of Prescott had protected carefully the old shack which has done duty for a passenger station there for years while business buildings have burned down all around it and that he thought it is now time for the company to build a station. in must uxiiuaridSoiiiK pusi lion Colonel Richey made a short ■speech, replete with argument as to why the company had not done anything for Prescott in this line and winding up with the statement that as Little Rock had gained greatly by waiting 10 vears for a Union Station Pres cott would also gain, and that the company has determined up m a new station and that the final plans are now practically ready. Yesterday afternoon Colonel Richey added to this statement o tne effect that he believes the present year will see the station •ompleted. ROCKY MOUND Afttrashort nap of sleep 1 will come again. Health is good in this commu nity. Rev. Erb Moore preached an interesting sermon Sunday night at pleasant home. Miss Eflie Cross was all smiles Sunday. 1 guess it was because die saw Mr. Mark. Mr. VV. R. Whitten had a tine lot of cucumbers last Sundav that he bad raised this year. Mrs. Nora Daniell is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lera Jordon. Miss Viola Wicks attended Sunday school at Rocky Mound last Sunday. Ask Mr. Oscar White who Thanks is, if you want to know. I wonder where John Munn was last Sunday. Miss Nancy looked lonesome. I guess Oscar White is wanting to make his little Carrie sweet, he was feeidng heron candy last Sunday. If you want to see Miss Nancy Gentry smile, ask her who came to see her Saturday evening. I guess she would say Hooks. Everybody come to Ebernezer the 19th, there will be dinner on the ground. Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Will. Barker last Sunday, a girl. Mrs. Ethel Barms preached at Pleasant Home Sunday. Every body come to Rocky W. B Waller. Pres. M. W. Grmnn, Y -Pn • <>. P. i inrHon. Cashier. The Business Man Tomorrow NKVADA COUNTY BANK was chartered in 1890, nr cl has had twenty years of unbroken business. A'ways prompt and reliable. This is the secret of the Bank’s success. During the past every depositor’s check was promptly paid. Very few banks are in a position to sav the s mie. The Direc tors direct. The affairs of this Bank are under the direct su pervision of the Board of Directors, each of whom has been successful in whatever business undertaken. Tne combined judgement and advice of this Board is at the service of the Bank at auy and all times, making a thoroughly safe institu tion. Your money is absolutely safe when guarded by such a body of men, especially when their money is back you, guaran teeing the protection of your own. We allow t per cent on all time deposits. Give us your accounts. You will alwas find in this Bank courteous attention and every accommodation [consistent with good^and safe banking methods. The Nevada County Bank Prescott, : Arkansas BOARD OF DIRECTORS W. B. Waller, President. Fannie H. Young W. R. Barham H. A. Hamilton M. W. Greeson •I. T. Nichols O. B. Gordon Alex Vaughan PARKER PENS SELL EXCEL Come in and Let Us Show You Why and How the PARKER PENS "Excel" Nevada County Drug Store Prescott, - - Arkansas Mound ne xt Sunday Rev. James will preach. Crops are fine, oats are ready to cut, and farmers are busy. Misses Pearl and Janie Odom will smile if you will just say Arthur and Mark. Luther White will smile if you ask him where his little brown hat went the other Thursday night. Pro. Arrie Hart will preach at at Pleasant Home next Sunday at 11 o’clock. Candy Kid. The coolest place in thwn, Fred Murrah. Some cows and calves for sale or trade. Hunter Scott. FOR SALE-The Miller Hotel Property, $6,000.00 Best busi ness lots in the City, 150 feet front. Address for terms, P. V. Olsson, 510 Cumberland St. Little Rock. Ark.