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The Nevada County picayune. (Prescott, Ark.) 190?-current, July 31, 1914, Image 7

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Robin Redbreast Cream Meal! j
makes an Appetising Food That is Enjoyed by Ev- l
ery Member of Your Family. 1
extra cire and desire to please you, not only with a nu- 1
1 and wholesome food, hut also with a clean and pala- 2
tr2 nroduct. has enabled ROBIN REDBREAST CREAM *
MEAh to b3 singled out as a most desirable meal. 2
m nv delicious dishes are prepared from this most excellent 1
■ land we list a few recipes and will gladly send others J
Jon request. t
FRUIT GEMS 5
i cud Robin Redbreast Cream Meal, 1 cup milk, 1 teaspoon 2
If 1 teaspoon baking nowder, 1-2 cup raisins, 1-2 cup cur- J
nts 12 cup cream. Cook the milk, meal and salt a few 2
inutes ~ When cool, add the baking powder and beat thor- $
oujly Akd the fruit and cream and bake in well buttered J
muffin tins. -
INDIAN MEAL BREAD j
1 1 2 cups Graham flour, 1 cup Robin Redbreast Cream Meal. «
12 tablespoon soda, 1 teaspoon salt, 1-2 cup molasses, 1 2-8 *
cups milk- Mix and steam as Boston Brown Bread. 5
Valuable Silver-ware coupon in every sack. 1
Arkadelphia Milling Co.
Arkadelphia, Arkansas.
DISTRIBUTORS:—Jordan & Co., J.
T. Nichols, J. M. Duke, New Supply
Co., Farmers Supply Co., .J. K. Ham
ilton & Co., City Grocery Co. j
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look out for ACT NO- 3
Act No. 3. is a bill prepared by
the newspaper men of Arkansas,
to have published at the expense
of the county and state all re
ports and claims allowed bv the
aunty court, of road overseers,
justices of the peace, constables
and county officers, all orders of
the railroad commission, a synop
sis of all laws passed by the leg-,
islature, in fact everything done
by a public official either state or
county.
This act, if it becomes a law,
will curtail a heavy expense upon
the tax-payers with absolutely
no return in value.
Vote it down.
By authority of the Nevada
County Farmers’ Union in ses
sion July 9. 1914, held with Mor
ris Local. 0. S. Jones.
Chm. Publicity Committee.
JUDGE HARRY E. COOK
FAVORS PUBLICITY BILL
In connection with Act No. 3,!
to be voted on at the September
election, the measure which
would provide publicity for state
county and city affairs in Ark
ansas. special interest attaches
to the publicity plan that is al
ready in operation in Chicot
countv.
County Ju ge Harry E. Cook
is the father of the Chicot pub
licity plan, which was put in ef
fect two years ago when the an
nual Levying Court appropriated
$100 for publishing quarterly,
in detail, all the allowances made
by the County Court. Through
these statements the people are
kept well informed on the coun
ty’s business, and each citizen
can see just what has been done
with the public money.
Judge Cook is highly pleased
wtih the results of publicity in
his county. He says it gives an
official a better show to go before
the people strictly upon his re
cord. The official’s career being
known to the voters he stands
or falls, not upon hearsay and
speculation, but ujwm the actual
results of his tenure.
STRONC ADVOCATE OF *
THE PUBLICITY BILL
Hon. Paul J. Celia, County
Judge of Miller county says:
“I am heartily in favor of Act
No. 3.
“I believe the people who fur
nish the baliots electing the pub
lie officers should at all times
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The Centaur Compass;
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CUSTOM*
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
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CASTORIA
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have the most intimate knowl
edge possible with the affairs of |
county and state. It is undoubt- |
edly due them. I have no doubt I
there are {many citizens, espec-1
ially in the rural sections, who I
do not participate in elections
largely because they are not j
properly advised of the way in,
which affairs are being conducted
They may know that suchgcondi- i
dons exist, but the whys and
wherefores are a blank to them.
“Publicity will have a great
enlightning and enthusing force
! upon many people, who, in gen
! eral, are not acquainted with
i state and county conditions and
needs. If this is to be a govern
ment of the people, for the peo
ple and by the people must nec
essarily know wherefore they
act, and also be posted regarding
the actions of their representa
tives.
“I further believe that public
ity will have more effect in keep
ing affairs of the county straight
and keeping officials in a perfect
line of duty than might otherwise
exist. So thoroughly do I be
lieve this that when I went into j
office as county judge I began
making publication of county af
fairs each quarter. I am fully 11
persuaded that my method in ths I
I wise has been approved by the j
j people in general, because,!
| through the publication of the I
various county records and trans- f
actions, the citizens have become I
cognizant of many public matters!
which in general they otherwise)
would have known little about. !
“I believe every public officer
who has the interest of his coun
ty and state at heart should be
in favor of this act, for it cer-1
tainly is a measure which will
have a great deal of effect in ed
ucating the public in affairs
which they as citizens, should
have the fullest knowledge.”
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseases portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
dition of the mucous lining of the Eus
tachian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, deafness is the rssult,
and unless the inflamation can be tak
en out and this tube restored to its nor
mal condition, hearing will be de
stroyed forever; nine cases out of
ten are caused by Catarrh, which is
nothing but an inflamed condition of
the mucous surfaces.
W'e will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by ca
tarrh) that cannot be cured by Halls’
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.
F. J. Chenney & Co.. Toledo, 0.
Sold by all Druggists 75c.
Take Hall's Family Tills for constipa
(tion.
HOW TO DETERMINE THE DATE OF EASTER
It is somewhat surprising to
find so many otherwise well-in
formed people who do not know
I the simple rule which determinesj
the date of Easter, which some
times comes in March, but more
often in April. During the last!
halt century there were eleven
in March to thi.ty-nine in April.
We may have Easter several
years in succession in the latter
month, but never in March—not
even for two succeeding years.
The simple rule is that this fes
tival is always the Sunday fol
1 iwing the full moon on or after
March 21. If it happens on that
date, and it is Saturday. Easter
' will be the next day, the 22d, the
earliest date possible—a rare oc
currance. There was but one in
the last century, in 1818. The;
next earliest date will be March
23. 2000. |
If th* full moon is just before
the 21st, it brings Easter late in
April—the latest possible date
being the 25th, which occurred
once in the last century, in 1886,
and will not recur until 1943 If
we turn to the tables of previous
centuries, we find this late date I
happening once in each, except I
the fourteenth. g
In England the day has been 1
celebrated since 669, and al- I
though the Puritans abolished it, g
as they did Christmas, it is now f
generally observed in this coun- q
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see us for special prices. — Arkan- 9
sas Tin & Sheet Metal Works. ^
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FRUIT JARS!j
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411 good house wives are canning every
thing that the can at this season of the
year for winter use. Remember that we
have a splendid line of MASON FRUIT
JARS, Rubbers and Tops.
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We also realize that at this seasonaljthejyear
that money is a little searce, so we are ^endeav
oring to get our share of it by making you
close prices.
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Now if you have a little money to spend eome
to our store and let us save yon some money.
Always a fresh Supply of
GROCERIES AND EEED.
New Supply Co.
West Main Street I
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