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NEVADA COUNTY PICAYUNE
TWICE-A-WEEK, TUESDAY & FRIDAY The World Would Be Happier And Brighter If The feople Were A Little More Generous With Their Praise VOLUME 33 PRESCOTT, NEVADA COUNTY ARKANSAS. FRIDAY. SEPT. 16. 1910. NUMBER 6S extraordinary Purchase and Sale of BcysTall Suits >3 and $3.50 Values All Newest Fall Styles All Sizes 3 to 16 Years doube breasted suits with knicker pants in fancy mix ed grays, tans browns, olives, blue thibet and navy blue serge; sizes 7 to IB years; some have two pairs of Knickerbocker pants Sepera'e Knicker Pants; large assortment of fancy mixed mat erials dark and medium effects; made in extra full cut knicker styles; sizes 7 to IB years, 49G rXTRAGooD ft 3000 Pairs of Children’s School Shoes At Special Prices Boys' $3 Shoes These are the renowned Walk Oyer Shoes, made in one of the most re iable factories in Ameri ca. Sizes 1 to 5 and B 7Q to E widths. At - - w I « I 3 Girls' $3 Shoes Misses’ shoes, made of genuine Dongola goatskin. Heavy solid leather sole*. Tipped toes. Lace or button models. Sizes 11 to 2 and E to EE widths. 01 OQ Regular $2 Values at ■ vlifcO NewYorkStore EAST AND WEST SIDE The A. B. Clark Horse Sales Company will hold them next BARBER SHOPS big sale at Miles City. Montana, —i — i. .mi— on September 12, 13, 14, & 15. West, Main street. They will sell on these dates East, E'm Street, 2000 horses consisting ot all Hot and Cold Baths cla'ses* .*[ y°u want \ho, bi£ mares with eolts or good dratt Everything cteon bred weanlings attend this sale. . . . Horses of all kinds are selling J. W, McKELVEY, Proprietor , (,h(,auer at our sales than any where on earth. Our October For Sale IS lots in Emmet. saleg wi|j be held on the 10th to This is a hne Diace for resi- 1;>,haisa 28th and 20th. Write dences. This property can be for information. bought now tor $*500.00, half NOTICE Cash, balance on time with lien. co«- o-uIIpU hrty war,!, to leave the state. !'■" » two seventy sa hade Vauithnn Realty Co. *'r‘s t'velv‘' m'' wwV*ly ^ run one season. 8R"s ana Are you keeping up with the brush good as new. 1 will sell Circular Staircase ? It, is a most . ~ train 2^tiay^,,v. and everyone| • Jaa. Snodgrars. School Suits With a Guarantee $1.75 TO $8.50 Try a Sack of our Flour W. B. WALLER WHERE PEARLS GROW | ON COCOANUT TREES Washington, Sept. 14.-Pearls are growing on cocoanut trees in Malayan Peninsula and the novel discovery has been made ahe subject for report from Con sul General Dudois to the depart-; ment of commerce and labor. The pearls are said to be not un like those of the oyster contain ing calcuim carbonate and a lit tle organic matter. Certain se cretions from just beneath the shell of the cocoanut and the re sult is a perfect white pearl which brings a high price. The pearl is supposed by the Malaps to posses some kind of charm. DEMOCRATIC TICKET WON BY 50,000 Little Rock, Sept. 13. — The^ returns from the various counties of the State from Monday’s election are coming in very slow ly on account of the length of the ticket. From the best returns avail able Governor Donaghey esti mates that the majority for the Democratic State ticket will be about 50,000 in a total vote of about 160,000. The Republican majorities generally have been cut down. The governor, who has been one of the most earnest advocates of Amendment No. 10, estimates that it has been adopted by a majority of about 35,000, and even the op ponents of the measure concede that it has been adopted al though by a reduced majority. There is considerable doubt as to Amendment No 11, providing ' for suspension of taxes on cotton mills, and the appearances are more indicative of its defeat than otherwise. It is a remark 1 able fact that different counties handled the amendments in an entirely different manner. Some counties endorsed No. 10 and de feated No. II. while others re versed it: some adopted both b;> large majorities, others defeated both. Poinsett County adopted No. 10 by a practically unani | mous vote, while in the two boxes of Helena and Marvell Phillips county, it received only 70 votes out of a total of 860 | cast. The no license element seems not to have lost any ground, but to have gained if anything. In Jackson County there has been a complete reversal, the county going “dry” by a 500 majority, as compared with 400 majority for the “wets” two years ago. For Sale- Some young Rhode Island Cockerels, Mrs. C. E. Buchanan, Route 4. Claude Hirst left Monday for Fayetteville where he goes to enter the University of Arkan sas. W. E. McFarland, of Emmet, was in the city Wednesday. Miss Elizabeth Jordon left Tuesday evening for Favette-! ville, where she goes to resume her duties as teacher in the Uni versity of Arkansas. Miss Berta Pittman returned Wednesday from Wisconsin, where she has been for the past six weeks attending a house party. Steve Carrigan, of Hope, was in the city Wednesday. I COMMITTEE WILL PROTECT VISITORS Little Rock, Sept. 14.—The visitors to Little Rock during the United Confederate Vete rans’ Reunion next May will be protected from the unscrupulous lodging house keeper, whose ilk has done so much to make other great gatherings of a like nature unpopular. At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the reunion, held at the office of Chairman W. M. Kavanaugh yesterday afternoon, steps towards devising means to thus make a good name for Little Rock were taken, and other such steps were taken at the meeting of the General Com mittee, which was held in the New Capitol hotel last night. Durand Whipple, chairman of the Committee on Entertainment other than in hotels, submitted to the Executive Committee a plan which looked good, and it was looked upon with favor by the General Committee last night. The plan is a card sys tem, and each card will be a signed contract with the lodg ing house keeper to charge a stipulated amount and will con tain valuable information to the visitor besides. The need of some such system to protect the visitors was em phasized last night by Charles ' B. Sioat. who, at the General ! Committee meeting stated that ! in Mobile during the last Con i federate reunion, citizens of that place, after agreeing to take roomers at 25 to 50 cents a night, charged their guests $2 a night. D0NA6HEY PROBING PRISON CONDITIONS Little Rock, Sept. 13. At a meeting of the penitentiary board today had been reported to him that during the past winters the convicts had been insufficiently clad, and have suffered from the cold, which has caused much sickness and probably has been the result of deaths among the state prisoners. The governor declared that if this is true tnen someone has been guilty of nec legence or wrong-doing, ane he proposed to have the matter re medied at once. Governor Dona ghey objected to the purchase of winter clothing until an investi gation lias been made. On motion. Commissioner Tucker was appointed a commit tee of one to fuly investigate and report to the next meeting of the board, with affidavits to support the testimony he re cevies. Commissioner Jobe informed the governor that during the winter the convicts wore the summer striped suits over winter suits of underwear. --■■ — Colen Wylie left yesterday for Fayetteville, where he goes to enter the University of Arkan sas for another term. Earnest Stainton is spending a few days in Hot Springs. Mrs. Lee McCain is visiting friends in Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett White side are visiting in Little Rock. J. M. Henry, of Bluff City, spent Tuesday in Prescott. Misses Tennie Barber, Rosa bell Smith and Zola Melson, of Emmet, visited in Prescott, Wed nesday. DONAGHEY TO ATTEND CONVENTION Guthrie, Okla.. Sept. 18.—Gov ernors from seven States and more than 1,000 delegates from all'over the country will be in at tendance at the convention of the National Good Roads Asso - ciation in Oklahoma City, Octo ber 10. Among the principal speakers will be Governors C. N. Haskell, Oklahoma; J. Y. Sanders, Louisi ana; T. M. Campbell, Texas; George W. Donaghey, Arkansas W. R. Stubbs, Kansas; H. S. Hadley, Missouri, and John Shaftrother, Colorado. BRYAN SEES SIGNIFICANCE Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 13.—Re garding the result of the Maine election, William J. Bayan said today. ‘‘I am very much pleased to learn of the Democratic victory in Maine. The fact that we elected two out of four congrrss man, as well as governor and legislature, gives it a national significance which it would not have if it were merely a victory for state offices. “Taken with the returns from Vermont, it indicates that the revolt against the Republican party is as pronounced in the East as in the West and wouid seem to make it certain that there will be a Democratic ma jority in the next Congress.” It is learned with much regret that Rev. J. H. Barkweil has re signed the pastorage of the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Bark, well has been with this church several years and is very much beloved by its members. He has made many substantial friends during his stay here who will regret to give him up. It is learned that this move on his part was on account of his health, and h • will go to Arizona for the benefit of same.—Times Journal. Malvern. Miss Jennie Lewis Tuesday evening for Fayetteville, where she goes to reente* the Universi ty of Arkansas. LICENSE WINS IN COUNTY BY 90 f Little Hock. Sept., 14. —Com* plete returns from every precinct in Pulaski county except Pyeatte township, where but 39 votes were cast, show that the county went “wet” by 901 majority. The vote is: For licerse, 3,139; against license, 2,238. With returns cn the two amendments complete from every precinct in the county ex cept the Second ward, where the count was notj finished last night, the vote on the amend ments is as follows: For No. 10, 2,844; against No. 10. 1,616. For No. 11 2, 426; against No. 11, 1,350. Governor Donaghey’s pluarlity over Andrew I. Roland in Pu laski county is 2,622. The vote on governor was as follows. Donaghep!L3,280, Hogan 295. Roland 1,298. DEMOCRATS SWEEP STARE OF ARIZONA Pho<nix, Ariz., Sept. 13.— Complete returns from yester day’s elections of delegates to the Arizona Constitutional Con vention confirms reports of the overwhelming victory of the Democrats. They have elected a total of 36 delegates out of 52, the Republicans have elected 11, and the five delegates out of Gila county are still in doubt. Republicans, Democrats and leaders of the Labor party are claiming the Gila County delega»» tion. The result makes certain the incorporation of the principles of direct legislation—the initia tive, referendum and recall—in the new state constitution and forecasts its probable adoption by the voters of the state. — Miss Winnie Young left Wed nesday morning for Searcy to enter Galloway College this session. Mrs. E. Y. Blakely is visiting relatives in Texarkana. Mr Reams, jeweler at the Bauer Drug Store, left last Tuesday for Pine Bluff, where he will make his future home. Seed Rye SEED BARLEY SEED TURF OATS SEED, RED OATS Turnip Seed at Ozan Merc. Co. Prescott, Arkansas.