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From Thursday’s Daily. Rev. L. R. Whitten of Sutton, was here this morning trading. T. A. Woosley is attending to busi ness matters in Hope today. John A. Davis is on a few days’ business trip to Urbana. D. E. Cummins left this morning for McCrory on a few days’ business trip. D. L. Richardson of Bodcaw, is trading in the city today. Mrs. J. F. Crabtree of Udora, was visiting in the city yesterday. Bob Williams of Rosston, is among the visitors to the city today. Eugene Norman, the merchant prince of Emmet, is a business visitor to the city today. Esquire W. S. Martin of Jackson township, was in the city this morn ing on business. Lindsley Riggin of Okolona, was a business visitor to the city yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McKenzie left this morning on a short visit to Tex arkana. Mr. and Mrs. Wren Buchanan of Route 4, were trading in the city yes terday afternoon. Clyde Hill of Hope, traveling sales man for the Plunkett-Jarrell Grocer Co , was calling on our merchants here yesterday. Luscious Mitchell and Cicero Cook, two of the best farmers of Calc,' were attending to business in the city yes terday. Mrs. Malinda Barlow and son Au brey, of Sayre, are in the city for a few days as the guests of J. T. Nich ols and family. W. T. Yarberry, one of the prosper ous merchants of Deanyville, was at tending to business in the city this morning. J. J. Sampson of Laneburg, was among the traders here yesterday. Mrs. J. D. Dunn of Blevins, spent yesterday afternoon and this morning here. M. C. Cartwell of White Pigeon, Michigan, and his family, arrived in the city yesterday and will live on the strawberry farm about a mile west of Prescott, Mr. Cartwell having pur chased it. Ellis M. Dunr., who has held a posi tion with the Buchanan Drug Store of this city for the past year, leaves with his family tomorrow for Hot Springs, where he has accepted a po sition with the Sorrells Drug Co C. L. Green returned today from Toledo, Ohio, where he attended the convention of Overland dealers. "Mr. Green states that a royal time was shown he and his fellow dealers by the officers of the Overland Company. The delegations from Arkansas, Texas, Missouri and Oklahoma pre sented the president, John W. Willys, with a unique chair, made from the horns of Texas steers. From Friday’s Daily. J. W. Nelson of Blevins, is a busi ness visitor to the city today. Allen McCurdy returned this morn ing from a week’s visit to Greysonir. W. N. Munn of Laneburg, spent a portion of today in the city. John Dixon and Rover Jarvis, two prominent citizens of Rosston, are among the traders in the city today. E. Delaughter, a substantial citi zen of Boughton, is transacting busi ness in town today. Lorando Whitten, a prominent citi zen of Morris, is a visitor to the city today. Joe Higginbotham, a prosperous farmer of Morris, is in town today on business. D. L. Dillard returned yesterday from a very profitable trip to the lower part of the county, hunting. Born—Today to Mr. and Mrs. Hom er Smith, Prescott route number four, a girl. Mrs. Alice Moore of Bluff City, is visiting in the city as the guest of Dr. S. J. Hesterly. H. Flannagan, a prominent citizen of Arkadelphia, was transacting busi ness here yesterday afternoon. J. T. Easterling, who has been visit ing relatives in Abilene, Texas, fc. the past few weeks, returned home last night. Prof. Garland Starnes of Emmet principal of the school there, w:n among the business visitors here to day. Marriage license was issued Thurs day to A. Draper of McCaskid, l years of age, and Carrie Robe, to '" years of age, of Prescott.—Bo* e 1 v aid. The board of stewards of the Mtt.; odist church met last night. The v - : lectors for the ensuing year were a - pointed and the pastor’s salary v.as I raised to $1500 a year. R. E. Wood of Blevins, cashier 'f 'the bank at that place and editor >“ ihe Blevins News, was a visitor to the city yesterday and this morning, attending to business. Miss Nellie Thorburn arrives tod \y from Emerson, Columbia cou. , where she is teaching in the gramma’ school. She will spend the hoik! r- s with home folks. J. G. Rhodes of Calc, was among the business visitors here this morn ing. We thank Mr. Rhodes for > Jnewing his subscription to our weekly | paper, the Nevada News. Lonney Hutson, a negro who was lodged in jail last spring charged with grand larceny, and escaped, was captured at Malvern yesterday by the officers there and Deputy Sheriff Luke Steele brought him in this morning. Ulrich Buchanan, who has been [traveling in Colorado for the part two i months for the Educational Supply Co. of Little Rock, arrived home yes terday to spend Christmas with home j folks. He made the trip from Colo [ rudo in a Ford, working his territory I as he traveled. Attorney W. F. Dorman yesterday filed suit for ? 10,0.)0 damages against the Ozan-Greysonia Lumber Company in favor of the wife of Pearl Lowder niilk, colored, Lowdermilk having been killed song,1 time ago by a flying I slab from a log near which he was j working. | Miss Myrtle Neal, teacher of the i Wire Road School, spent this after noon in the city with friends. Miss Neal will close her school one week 'or the holidays on next Friday even ling and the children will have a Christmas tree. An interesting pro | gram wld also be rendered. Rev. < . II. Gilmore, a former resi dent of this city, and pastor of the First Christian church, and who has been pastor of the Christian church at Kauffman, Texas, for the past two years, has tendered his resignation there and accepted the pastorate of the church at Smitlnillc, Texas, Rev. Gilmore will assume charge of his new work on the first of the New Year. The government is to send Nevada county a man and woman agricultural agent on or about the first of the yeart the necessary appropriation being made by the last meeting of the quo rum court. Now, let us pull ourselves together and help these people in ev ery way possible in giving our farmers better farming advantages, learn to feed themselves, and feed others. We have two able agents at hand, namely, E. J. Watson, demonstrator for the Prescott & Northwestern railroad, and S. R. Young, demonstrator for the Prescott high school. Remember if the Nevada News can be of any as sistance, our columns are at your ser vice. Call on us. LOST—A bay horse about 15 hands high, 12 years old, white right hind foot, white spot on forehead, weight about 1,000 pounds, is swayback. Notify C. A. Helm, Prescott, route No. 1. 21w4 Terrible Croup Attack Quickly Repulsed By Old Reliable Remedy Well known Georgia tto:-e keeper hai mu. tered croup and cold* (or hi* family of ten with FoUy’* Honey and Tar Compound. The minute that hoarse terrifying croupy cough is heard ia the homo of T. J. Barber, of Jefferson, (ia., out comes Foley's Honey and Tar Com pound—there's always a bottle ready, i Here's what he says: "Two of my children, one boy and a girl, aged eight and six years respectively, had terrible attacks of croup last winter and I completely cured them with Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. I have ten In family and for years I've used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and It never failB." Banish worry and save doctor bills •—keep Foley’s Honey and Tar Com Sound always on hand, In y*ur home. ne bottle lasts a long time—it’s reliable and safe—and the last dose Is as good as the first, Get the genuine. Sold by Hesterly Drug Store. From Saturday’s Daily. Chas. S. Holt of Nashville, was i business visitor to the city yesterday Nat Martin is on a business trip ti Gurdon today. Ed Col vert made a business trip t< Rosston last night. J. H. Cornelius is attending to busi ness in Hope today. Miss Era Lewis left this morninj for Little Rock, where she will spent a few days visiting friends. Clyde Marsh and O. H. Helbig ur, out on the Prescott & Northwester, this week hunting. Mrs. Rector Yocom will arrive hen this afternoon for a few days visi . with her sister, Mrs. F. J. Johnson. Mrs. W. C. Colvin, who has beet confined to her bed for the past fev days, is reported much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Will Trevillion am children of Smithton, arrived in th< city this morning and will be guest: of relatives. Miss Pearl May of Dodson, who i' teaching at Arkadelphia, passei through the city this morning et route home to spend the holidays. Mrs. J. A. Colvin and daughter Miss Daisy of Winfield, La., has ar rived in the city and will be guest' for a few weeks of W. C. Colvin am j family. Thos. C. McRae, Sr., has returnee i'rom Na hville, Term., where he at tended ; meeting of the standing com mitte • on church benevolence of the Fresh; terian church. Robert Weaver, a four-year-old ne gro boy living in the southwest pari of town, died Wednesday from the effects of ptomaine poisoning causee by eating canned blackberries. J. O. A. Bush left this morning foi Little Rock, where tire senators wil hold a caucus. lie will also make si business trip to Hot Springs before returning home. ,T. E. Daniel has installed a pressing shop in connection with the shoe she>; and has sold his old outfit to C. C Iiamby and same, will be in charge o A. J Oliphant. We notice that Magnolia has just had a large and enthu- astic meeting in which the Profitable Farming Movement was discuss !, and it was voted unanimously in avor of this work. Arrangements w re made for the campaign to work in Columbia county. Let the people of Nevada county do likewise. Why not call a public meeting at the court house i ight away and get this movement on foot and have this committee visit the farmers and teach them the profitable method of farming? Don’t pass this up as a mere matter of news, but let’s put forth efforts to help our far mer friend, and no better method can be found than have the above cam paign enter our county. MUSTANG For Sprains, Lameness, Sores, Cuts, Rheumatism Penetrates and Heals. Stops Pain At Once For Man and Beast 25c. 50c. $1. At All Dealers. LINIM From Monday’s Daily. C. C. Nelson spent yesterday in Hope visiting. J. J. Boswell and II. H. Higgason are in Hope today. 1’. F, ( hopple left this morning on a busings trip to Gurdon. Hugh Yeager of Hope, was visiting in the city again yesterday. Esquire B. F. Snell of Sutton, is a business visitor to the city today. Miss Ruth Arnold was the guest yesterday of Mrs. Read at Hope. A. F. Byrd the druggist of Emmet, was a visitor to the city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hale of Lane burg, were in the city today shopping. Oscar Matthews, a good farmer o." Cale, is transacting business in the city today. John Mercle, a prominent citizen of Bierne, was a visitor to the city yes terday. JV16ney Co loan on improved farms.—R. L. Blakely. Advt. tf. i Mesdames P. M. Purtle and Ralph Willis were the guests of relatives I here yesterday. Barred Rock Cockerels for sale; ’ also a lew tine hens. W. W. Pfrim mer, Prescott, Ark. 21w4 Neal Munn, of Hope, was in the city yesterday, the guest of his cousin, .; Mrs. Harry F. Helton. ' Mrs. Geo. Turner of Pocahontas, is in the city as the guest of Mrs. J. 11. , Haltom. Marriage license was issued Satur day to S. E. Tribble and Miss Grace . Stephens, both of Blevins. i Miss Laura Campbell left this morn ing for Highland where she will be the , guest of relatives for about a month. C. E. Buchanan, one of the promi nent citizens of Boughton, is trading II in the city today. II, B. Thomas, the saw mill man of Texarkana, paid the city a visit this morning on business. R. M. Henry of Bluff City, the 1 peach king of Nevada county, is at tending to business here today. Miss Esther Stainton who is attend ’ ing Central College at Conway, ar rived in the city yesterday and will ' spend the holidays with home folks. j Miss Annie Smith of Blevins, who has been at the Greeson Sanitarium under treatment, was removed to her home this morning. ■ j I Glen L. Allen, who is holding a posi tion in Van Buren, spent yesterday in the city with his parents, H. H. Allen. Deputy Sheriff Luke Steelt < in the lower part of the county tii s week summoning witnesses and completing the list of the grand and petit jurors for the January term of court. Clyde Marsh has accepted a posi tkm with the Elwood Myers Company, of Springfield, Ohio, manufacturers of advertising specialties, as travel ing salesman and will go on the road at once. Misses Pern 'd Loren.* Tribble of DeQueen, dau, P.crs of County Treasurer E. S. Tribble of Sevier county, will arrive in the city this week and will be the guests during the holidays of friends and relatives. Misses Mary and Martiiu Beidel man came i p from Texnr. ana Friday and spent the week-en ' with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Beidvl man. Misses Beidelman are students of the Texarkana (Texes) High Sshool. 1 rom Tuesday’s Daily. Joe Davis of Texarkana, was here yesterday. Aubrey Barlow of Sayre is trading with our merchants today. Miss Becky Cummins of Sayre, is in the city shopping this afternoon. t i Mrs. Annie Lavender of Blevins, spent yesterday in the city visiting. , J. R. B. Moore left this morning on a business trip to Little Rock. Born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Chambless of near Prescott, a boy. M. L. Nelson, one of the Blevins merchants, was attending to businc- ; here this morning. B. R. Carter, a prominent citizen of Arkadelphia, was among the business visitors to Prescott yesterday. Clyde Swinney and C. J. Jetton of Cale, were attending to business mat ters in the city yesterday afternoon. Attorney W. V. Tompkins is attend ing to legal business in Texarkana to day. Justice of the Peace H. M. Billings ley of route 5, was a pleasant caller at this office today, supplying himself with legal blanks which we always 1 keep in stock. CHICHESTER SPILLS DIAMOND C0^ BRAND tADIES t “V—~r fcr C1WCHKS-TCTl'S A | DIAMOND BRAND PIU.S in Kru and/\ : »Sh,U m,,*alllc boxes, scaled with Bttie\0> Ribbon. Taka no other. nay at Ttar x'/ fia»R *‘ •»! Mk far CDI-t UEA.TC&’B V lfra.MOND nn AN l* Pll.l.s, for twentydsv years regarded as Best,Safest, Always Reliable. COLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS XKIBU EVERYWHERE Hgffi 1 on business. tlle city H. G Stewart, traveling for .. Murray Gin Company ;s . tn* , triP to Nashville today. " Us;n I Penman & Loomi3 are . . three car loads „ cattle to ***? j Louis market todav tu„ “t. : tain near 1,10 head Miss Norma ' ;.Tj;j:an ,,, ! ^en spending the j ast few w‘ee> s’? the gnest of frier, I, „ Mirden' V returned home la t night. L ’ Mr. and Mrs. O. II. ;ielblK this morning from Washington" Ut! where Mr. ilelbig has been 0a • _v ness. Smith and Gar it Vaughan left his morning for ! , where tC lmvc the contra . , ... job of ** penter work. Mias Ethel MU II a p Tcxa?’ amve<1 la evening Md visit her aunt, Mr hn Halloran for several weeks. Mrs. Waldrom 'tony of Oklahoma spent last night the city with rela tives en route ! the home of W D Stockton on IV -it route 4, wher> , she will visit for .. few weeks. narnio, tile lj year old son of M* and Mrs. J. H. Waddle of Mt. Moriah] died yesterday evening after a brief illness and will be buried at Mt Moriah today. Alphonso Wilson, an employe of the Junction City Lumber Co.] was painfully injured yesterday when a belt flew off at the mill, srtiking him i i on the left arm. Mrs. E. J, Watson, who has been spending the past two months in the city with her husband, left this morn ing for her home at Calhoun, La. She v.-ns accompanied as far as Hope by | Mr. Watson. I The backbone and sparerib editor ! of this paper can be found at his of i flee at most any hour of the day, but in case of his absence, kindly set his typewriter on the fl >;• J Cnv.- the offering on the desk. Jack Harrell, 17 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn llarrcll, wHo hap pened to the misfortune yesterday morning of falling on a h.irn which he ■ aa holding in his mouth, jamming it into h:3 throat and crushing through the surface, in reported t ) be uting along nicely thm afternoon. The lit tle follow was operated on and a small piece of hone was rein wed. FORM MEW WOMEN’S CLUB. Conway, Dec. 17.—A woman’s auxil iary to the Conway Cumrm reial Club probably will be organized Tuesday afternoon. The auxiliary probably will take over the work of the Comvay School and Civic Club, which di band ed about a month apo. ITCH •'Hunt's Cure" is absolutely guaran e to cure Itch. Eczema. Ringworm. Tetter or any skm disease; or purchase price Cheerfully refunded. Sold for jJv box and guaranteed locally by HESTERLY DRUG STOKE. IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF NEVADA COUNTY. ARK \NSAS Rosa Carter et al.,. 1 !a,ntiff»^ V3 James Barksdale et al. .. • Defendants Warning Order. . The defendant, James Barksdale, is hereby warned to appear in this co within thirty days to answer tne c plaint of the plaintiff, Rosa * a - > and others. , , , Witness my hand and seal ol - court this Nov. 25th, 191(>. (SEAL) C. C. CALHOUN. 30-4t 1 lg ^ Dr. Samuel B. Gee SPECIALIST EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT Special Attention Given to GU* Fitting. Office ir. Nevada County Bank Bldg PRESCOTT. ARKANSAS. _ M. H. KENNEDY DENTIST Office First State Bank Building, Prescott, Arkansas.