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^ TH1S FAPER IS F°R PRESC0TT, NEVADA COUNTY, AND THE STATE OF ARKANSAS. WHAT ARE YOU FOR?
,1'ME 36 __ _ PRESCOTT. NEVADA COUNTY ARKANSAS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1913. NUMBER 23 KUO WILL GET THE $15,00 IN GOLD .Second Count in the Picayune Piano Contest Will be L,j F^day Sept. 19th, at 2 p. m.-Special Prizes Have no Bearing on Who Will be the Win ner at the Final Count. aterest in The Picayune’s pop r voting contest is n o w at heat, and the contestants their friends are hustling new subscribers and renewals manner that is very inter ng. They realize that fcthe |Weowins the beautiful piano 1 get a prize worthy of their )rts and they are doing all yean to see that their favor candidate comes home ahead. That the capital prize is cer ,jy worth a lot of hustling 5S without saying, fou will have to hurry to get ir votes in as the second count this great contest comes off jt 19th., the bonus votes hold od only until then. Don’t wait. Keep on hnstling cause, while you are laying off ne one else may be working dgetting the new subscribers it you might have had if you d kept going. Ten dollars in Id to the contestant making egreatest gain Jsince the first lint: $5.00 in gold to the con stant making second greatest in. The ballot box closes at o’clock nool and the count; ill take place at 2 p. m. At the same time don’t forget le merchant’s coupons. Every ne you get forty of them you ttan extra bonus of 500. It; Desnot make any difference hetner the coupons all one mer-1 lint or not as long as pou bring lem in, in bunches of forty. It never pays to stop even to etvour breath. Just keep on g oi n g. Your lends will see that you are do ig your best to win, and will all! im in and help you. Nothing comes to him who Ms. and the ones who do the j ustling are rewarded in the end. The second count will be made1 leot. 19 by the Judges. Do not forget the prizes thy1 merchants are giving. If not ^ urate enough to secure the 0 you may receive one of the I e-chants prizes, and they are! *— 1 —mmmmmmi well wotth working for. Bear in mind that the ballot box is closed for the second count at 7:30 p m on Sep. 19. Be sure and have your votes all in by that time so that you will have a fair chance to show what your standing is. For the next ten days the fol lowing bonuses will be given and may be withdrawn at any time. Remember that these are postive ly the largest bonuses that will be given for these subscriptions, during the contest, so get busy and get subscriptions while the bonuses are big and your work will count for the most. Here are the bonuses. For every seven new subscrip tions a bonus of 10,000 extra votes making a total of 14,200. For every seven renewal sub scriptions a bonus of 8000 extra votes making a total of 11,500. For every seven back subscrip tions a bonus of 6000 extra votes making a total of 8,800. For every 40 merchants cou pons brought to this office and counted by the Publisher or one of his assistants, a bonus of 500 extra votes will be given making a total of 1,500. These c >upons may be collected from any and all merchants who are in the contest. The following are the enter prising merchants who give cou pons. Guthrie Drug Company Stainton Drug Company Barham Bros American 5-10-25 Store Pure Food Grocery Co. City Grocery Co. Mrs. A. E. Shankle A. J. Lavender Joe Boswell The Newth Studio There will be another special prize of fifteen dollars in gold dr vided as follows at the next count | Sept 19: Ten dollars in gold to the con tcstant who makes the greatest gain in votes from now till the next count Sept. 19, and five dol h.rs in gold to the next greatest Ritchie Grocer Co. (Wholesale only) Groceries, Flour, Grain, Produce and Fruits Phone 79 PRESCOTT, ARK. your patronage solicited. gain. This gives all the contest ants an equal chance to win one of the special prizes offered no matter where they stand now. We will give the following bonuses from now till the next count Sep 19. Following are the candidates and their standing at the first count. Mollie Luck 100 Bertha Freyberger 25 Irene Murry 1000 Trixie Lancastor 14 800 Pearl Daniel 13.400 Ismay McDaniel 16.400 Mildred Mendenhall 17.400 MaryShell 17.600 Carrie Gulley 18.150 Irma Waters 8.200 Dell McGough 11 900 Edyth Newth 9.200 LUMBAGO anT RHEUMATISM A quick relief from lumbago and rheumatism is had by the application ?f Hunt’B Lightning Oil, the quick act ing liniment. A friend writes, *‘we have been using Hunt’s Lightning Oil for 13 years and deem lit above all ot hers.—Mrs. J. T. Nevels, Gordon, Tex as, Route 2, Box 31. 25 and 50c bottle All dealers. ARGENTA WILL HAVE NEW HOSPITAL The Board of Managers of the Missouri Pacific-Iron Mountain employes hospital association has authorized the erection of an emergency hospital at Argenta, Ark., across the river from Little Rock. It will be used for the treatment of emergency cases of sick and injured employes of the shops and employes in yard and road service. The building will be of brick construction and will have every modern convenience in hospitai equipment. The plans will include an operating room, dressing rooms, dispensary, waiting rooms and officesl These plans are now be ing made and when completed and approved by the board of managers construction of the building will begin at once. The entire hospital service on the Missouri Pacific Iron Mount ain is conducted by the employes of the road through a board of managers elected annually. FOR SALE 1913 Model, Motor Cycles and Motor Boats at bargain prices, all makes, brand new machines, easy monthly payment plan. Get our proposition before buying or you will regret it, alsobargins in used Motor Cycles. Write us to day. Enclose stamp for reply, i Address Lock Box 11 Trention, I Mich. 10t Advt HEMPSTEAD GNDNTY UNION FAIR The Hempstead County Union Fair at Hope Sept. 23 to 27 line, has never had a more flattering prosDect for Exhibits and attend ance than this year. The many departments are receiving ex hibits and inquiries concerning exhibits daily. We are receiving letters week ly from the managment of Hil ery Beachev the noted Aviator of successful flights everywhere. On the first day of the Fair, he is expected to make a flight to Prescott if the weather is at all favorable, if not favoroble the New Buggies Be sure and look at our Buggies before you buy. Can suit you in Top Buggies or Run a Bouts, Auto Seat or Plain Seated, Rubber Tires or Plain Tires and a New Tire which looks like Rubber, but made of Iron. Something new and think you will like it. Better see it be fore you buy. These Rigs are the Hercules make and priced fronj $50.00 to $7 5.00 W. B. WALLER first day, one of the following days during the fair. We have six classes of Harness Races fielded, with from 5 to 7 head of horses in each—2.35 pace) 2 35 (rot, 2.20 trot, 2.15 pace, free for all pace and a 3 year old pace The Entries up to date on cattle are very encouraging, 60 head of regestered Hereford and; Durhams and a number of grades. Every day a big day, and es pecially ‘ ‘ Prescott Day ” on Thurs day 25th. This is also W. O. W. Day and thev have planned a nice program of field sports. Advt | LI6HTNIN6 IN THE WINTER Is a queer phenomenon, but there is j nothing queer about the quirk relief : given to Rheumatism by Hunt’s l.ightn ' ing Oil. John Coffman, Route 4 Shaw - | nee. Ok la., says: “My wife is over 66 | years old and had Rheumatism in her 1 neck and the first application did the ' work, and we will keep it on hand a!* ; ways. 25 and 50c bottles. I '_' IMPOUNDED STOCK SALE Notice is hereby given, that I have taken up and now have in the pound pea iu Prescott, Ne vada County, Arkansas, the fol lowing described stock to-wit: One black and white Male about three year old, no mark or brand, weighs about 650 lbs. One Poland China Sow, about three years old, weighs about 200 lbs gross, thin in order. The owner of the above de scribed stock is hereby called up on to claim and prove the same within ten days from date of no tice. Upon his failure to do so JI will *fcsell said stock at public outcry to the highest cash bidder as the law directs. This 9 day of Sept 1913 L. C. Steele, Advt City Marshal. *‘A man may prove himself big enough for a large task by doing a lot of little things.” Tohe BANK of PERSONAL SERVICE SEPTEMBER September is the beginning of another season of business activity. The soil has produced cniliiois of new wealth, some part of which each of us must cam. In the caring for wealth in this commu nity, for that which has been earned and for that which must be set aside for future use, the Bank of Prescott will serve you faithfully and advantageously. We invite Checking Accounts, Saving Accounts and issue Certificates of Deposit either payable on demand or drawing 4 per cent interest. Bank of Prescott Capitol and Surplus $150,000. 3 Prescott, Ark. i INTEREST RAID ON Di POSITS