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NEVADA COUNTY PICAYUNE
TWICE-A-WEEK, TUESDAY & FRIDAY
Come To Prescott To Buy Your Christmas Presents. Our Merchants Carry The Very Best Assortment of Presents.
VOLUME 33 PRESCOTT, NEVADA COUNTY ARKANSAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 20, 1910.
NUMBER 90
Good Things Here
For Christmas Giving
NEXT week is the last you’ll have in which to do your Christmas shopping.
Next week is the last one before we begin our Annual Inventory. We
want to get rid of as much of our merchandise as possible. You help us and
we will help you. Come to us next week and you will find
SPECIAL SALES OF
mm
Iron & Brass Beds
High Grade and Medium
Grade Bed Room Suits
Davenports and Rockers
Dining Tables
Serving Tables
Sideboards
Dining Chairs
Library Tables and
Odd Chairs
Carpets, Rugs and Matting
Framed Mirrors and Pictures
Pocket Cuttlery and
Silverware
We are showing twice the number of pieces of Furniture that we have ever
shown before and it will prove interesting to every housekeeper to look thru our
stock.
Prescott Hwd. Co.
-IN THE BIG BUILDING
FORMER PREACHER
ARRESTED AGAIN
Scarcely hail the massive iron
doors of the state penitentiary
clanged him and hardly a sniff
of the air of freedom had he en
joyed when C. B. Rose who
finished his year's sentence yes
terday afternoon, had a warrant
charging him with another fel
ony read to him and was led
away to jail.
Rose claims to have been a
minister of the gospel, preaching
for 18 years, and the charge on
which he was sent to ihe peniten
tiary was that of embenzlingof
the funds of his church. The
CLOTHING SPECIAL!
We want to sell you your Suit for
Xmas, and to do so we will sell you
any suit in stock at actual cash plus 50c.
This is a straight reduction and will
only apply on our present stock or
what we have on hand till Jan. 1, 191 I
W. B. Waller
i
^chagre on which he was arrested
yesterday is that of obtaining
money under fake pretens by
casiiin • a worthless check. The
latter offense is said to have been
committed first, but he was tried
for theembez7,eimentfirstbecause
auhtorities of Little river county,
where he is said to have com
mitted it, would not give him up
to the officials of Pulaski county,
where he was wanted for passing
a bad check.
Rose was indicted by the
Pulaski County Grand Jury i;
190S for havingpassed a worthless
check on Sol-Johl of this City but
whenthe inidictiment was return
ed Rose w’asin Little River ountv
and was urgently requested tore
main until he could be tried on a
charge of appropriating his Cong
estion's funds to his own person
al uses. For this offense he was
sentenced to work a year for the
state, which job he finished yes
terday, only to be arrested and
jailed again.
T. L. Terry of Blevins was in
the city last Saturday and gave
this office an appreciative call.
C. I. Nelson of Route 3 was in
town Saturday.
Leroy Steed, the little son of
Mrs. Lee Steed of Cale, died last
Friday morning and was buried
in DeAnn cemetery Saturday.
The bereaved mother has the
sympathy of the entire commu
nity.
Mrs. Effie Cook of Newman,
Ga., cam* in on Monday to visit
her father, R. W. T. Holloway
of Rooatocs-~m
WOMANS CHRISTIAN
TEMPERANCE UNION
Thursday, Dec. 22nd is the 37th
anniversary of that wonderful
meeting which inspired that mar
velous uprising known as the
Woman’s Crusade, and which
will continue its holy warfare
until the last vestige oflthe liquor
business is torn asunder, root
and branch.
Let the W. C. T. U. of Pres
cott—every member-“hie”
away on this afternoon at 3:00
o’clock and recount some of the
struggles of those early days.
The meeting will be held with
Mrs. John M. Pittman. Let us
have a full meeting.
Our history is wonderful, our
progress more so and it is by re
hearsing these that ofttimes in
spires us to greater endeavor.
We would like every member
of the club, who seems to have
bean enjoying ancient history as
much, to be present and study
with us the history of a faith
that has made martyrs and he
roes of what the world terms
“the weaker sex.”
Don’t disappoint us, for our
heart is athrill with the holy ex
perience of those sacred days.
So let us not forsake the assem
bling of ourselves together and
have our minds turn backward
for one hour. President.
DANIEUSMTY
OF MANSLAUGHTER
Clarksville. Dec. 16 —After an
all-night session the jury in the
case of the state against Orville
R. Daniels for the killing A Dr.
J. W. Mitchell December 11,1906,
returned as its verdict at 8:5l>
this morning that Daniel was
guilty of voluntary manslaughter
and his sentence was fixed at two
years in the state penitentary.
The defense then moved for a
new trial, which was overrulled.
but an application for an appeal
to the Supreme Court was grant
'd and Daniels was released on
$2,000 bond with 60 days’ time i;:
.vhich to perfect his appeal.
Whether an appeal will bi
taken is unknown; Capt. A S.
vlcKennon, on of the attorney.'
for the defense, stated that ii
probadly would.
Shortly after the verdict wat
rendered, friends of Daniels be
^an to circulate a petition t<
Governor Donaghey for Daniels’
Pardon, While the case has
attracted much attention,
through the fact that fcoth tht
defendant and the deceased wen
well known throughout tin
state, and the courtroom has
been crowded to its limit since
the trial began Monday, the cast
has been devoid of sensational
ism, which, it was thought,
would characterize it. The Ga
zette erred in a detailed concern
ing the testimony of Dr. E. W.
Smith of Little Rock and of Mrs.
Daniel’s sister. Their testimony
was that Daniels told them the
story of the killing at different
times and not, as was reported,
at the same time. The state
ment that the testimony of both
was ruled out is erroneous.
THANKS!
Our hearts go out in gratitude
to you all who have helped us in
so many ways during my sick
ness since July. Our prayer and
faith is that He who rewards the >
least ministry to one of his little j
ones will abundantly bless you;
and jrours. J. P. Caliicott j
and Wife.
NEW FIRM FOR
OUR LITTLE CITY
On last Saturday the New Sup
ply Company was organized with
W.B. Buchanan as president and
general manager. This company
will occupy the Clark property on
West Main street next door to
The Picayune office. This com
pany will mn a general store,
such as dry goods, groceries,
feed and farm supplies of every
kind.
This is a strong organization of
business men who will carry
everything kept in a first-class
store. They are experienced
business men and there will be
no doubt of the success of the
firm. The store will be ready
for business the first of the year.
When your feet are wet and cold,
and your body chilled through and
through from exposure, take a big
dose of Chamberlain’s CouSh Remedy,
bathe your feet in hot water before
going to bed, and you are almost cer
tain to ward off a severe cold. For
salo by all dealers.
B. F. Steele, one of the most
progressive farmers in Nevada
county, brought this office a fine
mess of ribs last Saturday for
which he has the thanks of the
entire Picayune family.
CAPITOL SITE
IS CHOSEN

I .
! Oklahoma City, Dec. 15. —The
legislative deadlock ended this
afternoon when the house adopt
ed the Senate resolution recom
mending the “northeast*’ capital
site and the Senate in turn pass*
ed the amended public bill k>- '
eating the capital at Oklahoma '
City.
Final roil call on both measures
will be taken tomorrow and if
they pass they will go to Gov
ernor Haskell for his signature.
The capital bill provides that
Oklahoma City be made the I
permanent capital and that at
Capital Commission be appointed|
by the governor. Fifteen acres
of the northeast site are reserv- •
ed for the capitol. The state is
guaranteed $1,000,000 for th«S%
erection of the building.
Prickly Ash Bitters can be depended
on to cure the kidney’* correct the
urine, snrengthen the stomach and re
lieve backache.
Wp have some attracts bar
gains in iarm property to eloao
quickly and it will pay you to
investigate them.
Vaughan Reality Ga
CHRISTMAS
.GIFTS.
That are both appropriate and
Useful you will find at Our store
Something for Each member of the Family,
Your Friend or Your Sweetheart....
For Ladies and Girls We Have
House Slippers
Silk Waists
Furs and Cloaks
Automobile Scarfs
Si Ik Shawls
Linen Drawn Work
Handkerchiefs
Mufflers
Belts and Bags
Combs and Barrettes
Belt Pins
Hat Pins
Colars and Jabots
Cult’ Buttons
Collar Pins
Umbrellas
For the Men and Boys We Have
House Slippers
Mufti 'is
Neck Ties
Silk Socks
Silk Handkerchiefs
Linen Handkerchiefs
Swaeters
Fancy Vests
Gulf Buttons
Scarf Pins
Belts
Suspenders
Gloves
Suit Cases
Umbrellas
A “Best Ever” Suit”
For Everybody
Apples
Oranges
Bananas
Cocoanuts
Figs
Candies
Nuts
Kaisins
Fireworks
Etc., Etc.
OZAN
MERC CO.

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