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rpRESCOTT DAILY NEWS
published by Hews Printing Company ***? at thepost JjTpwKott, Ark., under the act ingress, March a, lb,0. democratic TICKET. State. r r H. Brough. >°vern of" State -Tom J. Terral. W«lral-J. I>. Arbucldii. yomey-Gdnerai Ut»-II«e»0l'er. , Schools—I. B- Bond. i Mines, Etc.-John II. Page. feasurer-R- G. McDaniel, ton. Highways—\\m. Owen. District. wms-W. S. Goodwin. Iris*-}. D-BSha«»r. •roiecuhng Att>—I - B- f arKS [,B. Comm—Herbert Wilson. County. tepresentative—Buck Andrews. Iheriff—Sam E. Munn. ^jge—Jim Franks. Srcuit Clerk—C. C. Calhoun, ounty Clerk—Dave Martin, ounty Treasurer—W. K. Yancey, 'ax Assessor—Henry Almand. urveyor—Hugh White. n TA \Ta1* UUvuci SELF CULTURE CLUB. Hostess, Mrs. Sam Goo, Nov. 9th. Ross call, Favorite Short Story. Grace Richmond, Harold Boll Wright, Kate Douglas Wiggin—Mrs. Joe Hamilton, Eleanor H. Abbott, Review White linen Nurse—Mrs. oJrdan. Favorite Romance—Mrs. Tompkins. Shenstone, A Pastoral Poem—Mrs. W. B, Waller. Mary Stewart Cutting. Juliet Wel ber Tompkins, Lloyd Osborne—Mrs. Brad Hamilton. James Lane Allen, Review Ken tucky Cardinal—Mrs. Gossett. Walter Prichard Eaton, Robt. W. Chambers, Marjor ■ Benton Cooke, Fanny Heaslip Loo Mrs. Will Waller. LITTLE MISS GERTRUDE \\ ESTM OREL A N I) EN 11 ] RT AIN S Last Tuesday afternoon Little Misses Gertrude and Amanda West moreland entertained a large number of their little friends with a Hal lowe’en party from to 5 o'clock, the occasion being their birthday which come on the same day. The entire house was beautifully decorated with the gay Hallowe’en spirit, Jack o’ I Lanterns, witches, numerous black cats tilling every conceivable place which added to the merriment of the happy youthful faces. Games of var I ious kinds were indulged in by the ilittle folks, and interesting contests ! were held. In the “number contest,’’ the prizes were awarded to little Miss Mary Isabelle Hamby and Daniel Pittman. For the best “speech,” lit tle Miss Hesterly Johnson carried off the prize. The little hostesses threw open the doors of the dining room. On entering the little folks found themselves in fairy land, huge branch es of lovely Autumn foliage tilled every nook and corner, colored lights of pumpkin faces, black cats, spooks, witches and bats adorned the walls. The table was very attractive; at one end was a large snowy white birth day cake with 5 tiny candles, decor ated with small black cats for Ger trude’s little friends to cut. Helen Buchanan cut the ring, Virginia Wal ler the dime, Jack Bright the button. At the other corner of the table was a miniature cake with two tiny red candles for little Amanda’s friends to cut; Mary Elizabeth Bemis the ring and Sarah Lee Moore the button. After much fun and frolic ices and cakes were served. Here the color scheme was effectively used. A most enjoyable time was spent by the guests. The little hostesses were as sisted by Larado Boswell and Willie Taggart. Remember that if you are getting our paper we expect you to pay for it. There are a large number of subscrib ers who are due us subscription and we will appreciate payment of same. SURPRISE PARTY. Several young ladies about 12 and U years of age, surprised Rev. Walter Scott last night after the services at the Methodist church, with a fruit shower at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Calhoun. Bro. Scott entertained the young people with beautiful selections on the Yictrola while Mr. Calhoun did several interesting and mystifying slight-of-hand tricks. The young ladies were so highly entertained that they almost forgot to come home. V TREAT FOR PRESCOTT. A treat for the people of Prescott next week in the way of dramatic per formances, is the big Ed C. Mutt Comedy players, under their own water proof tent which will be located on the Moncrief lot, opposite the Iron Mountain depot. Mr. Nutt was formerly with the Angels Comedians, that played here a couple of different times and gave good satisfaction. He has had his own company the last two years and has brought together a company of very clever artists, both for the stage, orchestra and band. They have a beautiful tent and it is absolutely waterproof, no chance to get wet, also carrying their own heat. The plays this company are pre senting are new and up-to-date in every respect. The vaudeville between acts is above par. There is not a dull mo ment after you enter the big tent. Mr. John S. Garver, advance repre sentative of Mr. Nutts Show, and for merly with the Melville’s and Mur phy’s Shows, guarantees the Ed C. Nutt Comedy Players as an attraction equal to any that has played in the city and are a splendid company of ladies and gentlemen, and real actors of ability. The company is featuring Mr. Walter Elliott, the man who sings with the band on the street. Daily concerts by the band at 4 p. m. and 7 p. m. Orchestra concert at. 8 p. m. and the curtain rises at 8:15 sharp. Come out and hear the con certs; go to the show and you will aui Louis C. Bernays LITTLE ROCK OPT GIA N Hesterly Drugstore, Witi Be At Thur., Fri., Sat., Nov., 9, 70, 71. I am the ONLY Optician that conies regularly all others come once and then never again. Kryptok Toric Lenses are the best in the market for Far and Near Reading. Special Attention given to Children. Examination Free. Cross Eyes Straightened Without Pain. AH work guaranteed. Office hours from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Horseshoeing, Bug gy and Plow Repairing Am now located at my old stand next to Griffith Livery Barn and will ap preciate your patronage. Kight Price and Satisfaction Guaranteed Lon tSimpson West 2nd St. have spent a pleasant evening. Our prices are within the reach of all. Children 10c, and adults 20c. Watch for the band Monday at 4 p. m. Prescott Daily News 10 cents a week. Car Of ARKANSAS APPLES I On the side track between the Park Hotel and the freight depot I Your chance to get your share of those famous apples in any quantity you desire. J. H. Watson The Apple Man if you do not get your paper each afternoon call 242 or 244 nnd one will be sent you. —If does make a difference where you bank— IT’S A MATTER OF SERVICE PART TWO AA/HEN a bank such as the Bank of Prescott has built up an enviable reputation for Strength, Stability and Security throughout a period harassed by financial flur ries, low-priced staples, and stressful panics, that reputation re-acts powerfully to the benefits ot those who has established a credit basis with it. The character of our Service is only made possible by the years of banking experience we have aquired in this community. Officers and Directors, alike, are men who know thoroughly the bus iness needs and demands of our merchants and farmers. Ihev ha\e succeeded personally and place that success at your disposal. Credit standing may be developed and cultivated. Shrewd men build it up as carefully as they do the management of their business. This requires daily attention to the factors in your banking which encourage a fair credit standing. Our customers are loyally backed by this bank for it has been through their loyalty our success was attained. Reciprocity is our policy. BANK OF PRESCOTT Capital - - $75,000 Surplus - $75,000 PRESCO TT, =A RKA NS A S ■tote*.