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Number 44 WE WANT TO BUY YOUR. FURS. GET OUR PRICES BEFORE SELLING. . . . D. M. CITY Prescott, - - Arkansas. D. T. MILAM. I'e call your attention to tne ouncement of the above tleman for road overseer oi , Missouri Township, subject he action of the democratic nary. Tobe Milam needs no oduction to the people of itownship, having lived here the past thirty-two years. name is a synonym of esty and integrity. Mr. im is familiar with road k and if elected will make people of this township a i faithful overseer. Remem Mr. Milam's claims, and any ig you may see tit to do for will be highly appreciated lim and his many friends. CARO OF THANKS le wish to thank the kind jhbors and triends for their land kindness shown us and dear daughter during her rible suffering and death, lay God bless and keep you is the prayer of Ir. and Mrs. Isac Sanders and Family. CARD OF THANKS fe wish to thank our friends physicians for their help and d words during the illness of 1 dear husband and father. Mrs. E. F. Rogers and Children. E, F. ROGERS E. F. Rogers died at the home of his son-in-law, Finis Cum mings, last Friday morning a bout nine o’clock. He had been sick the entire year, not having been able to come to town. Mr. Rogers was indeed a noble man and his many friends join his beloved ones in their sorrows. His remains were intered at Moscow Saturday at noon. NOTICE. The Nevada County Union No. 3 will meet with Pleasant Hill Local No. 2S32 ten miles south of Rosston. Dec. I(ith-17th. 1909. J. T. Luck, Pres. John W. Mason, Sec. Notice is hereby given that there will be a public examina tion at Prescott. Ark., on Thurs day and Friday, Dec. l*ith and 17th, 1909, to ascertain the pro fessional qualifications of all persons desiring to teach in the - public schools of Nevada Co. P. F. Chappell. County Examiner. Hon. J. (). A. Rush has accept ed an invitation from the Haves Bible Class of Winfield M moiial Church of Little Rock to address them on account annual rally of that class on next Sunday. He w ill leave on early train and de« i ver address, returning Sunday. o Our Men Friends. We know you wear pants, and for that reason want you to call at our store and see the * prices we are making on that article of Qs wear# We offer you the Best Assortment oluding style, pattern and workmanship--to found in the City. Every pair of Pants in our store was bought Ob reliable manufacturers and were guaranteed us to be strictly first class, and we in turn guarantee them to you—guarantee them give you your money's worth--and if they ti to do so, we'll replace them with another h*, ‘‘and won't look mad about it either#'' Respectfully, W. B. WALLER. PROGRAM To Be Given by the Excelsior and Adelphian Societies at Bodcaw, Ark., on Dec. 23, 1909 W. J, DEAKINS, STAGE-MANAGER 1. Song. 2. Opening Address, Mr. Os car Wyatt. 3. Recitatation, Miss Merle Mack. 4. Play—“Folly of Fashion.” 5. Quartet. % 6. Recitation, Miss Glenn Sut ton. 7. Violin Solo. 8. Recitation, Miss Minnie Wimberly. 9. Geography Class, Mr. Os car LafTerty, teacher. 10. Recitation, Miss Vivian Downs. 11. Quartet. 12. Play—“Train to Mauro.” 13. Piecitation. Mr. Paris Rus sell. 14. Solo, Mr. Oscar Wyatt. 15. Play-“Dr. Cure All.” 16. Duet. Miss Minnie Wimber ly and Mr. Oscar Wyatt. 17. Recitation, Miss Elva Batchelor. 18. Locals, Miss Emily W’ard. 19. Pantomine—“Jesus Lover Of My Soul.” 20. Closing- Address, Miss Lola Boswell. GARLAND-CHRISTOPHER On last Wednesday evening at the home of the biide’s mother, Mrs. Jamie Christopher, Mr. Mack Garland, of Emmet, and Miss Lizzie Christopher were married. Rev. C. D. McSwain, uncle of the groom, officiated. Miss Christopher is one of Prescott’s most charming young ladies while the groom, Mr. Garland, is one of Emmet’s most successful business men. The Picayune joins their many friends in wishing them happi ness. MRS, NETTIE SANDERS COBB “Sister Nettie” was born in Tennessee Dec. 25, 188fi, died Nov. 25. aged 22 years and 11 months the day she died. She came to Arkansas about 7 months ago to live with her fathers family. Her mother died when she was quite a child but in her stepmother she found a loving mother who mourns her as a daughter. She told the family repeatedly she was not afraid to die and if it was God’s will she should iive it was alright with her. but if not she was willing to go. She kissed her brothers and sisters good-bye before they left for school and told then to be good children and meet her in heaven. Sister Nellie professed religion about five years ago and joined the Methodist church. She leaves a father, step mother, eight sisters and three brothers and a large number of relatives and friends to mourn her loss. They have our deepest sympathy in their bereavement. May God in his mercy help them to look to Jesus ^vvho bore our grief for us. is the prayer of A Friend. Dave Snell, of Emmet, wras in the city last Saturday. Received Highest Award Chicago World’s Fair Baking Powder makes biscuits, cakes and pastry v more digestible. > FOR DECEMBtR. Long terms and short prices at A. Monson’s Music Store. It is the people’s opinion still— if A. IVfonson don’t give you best bargains in high grade Sewing Machines, Pianos and Organs, nobody else will. Those parents who are not sending their children to school should remember that they are violating the law and we got a “tip” a day or two ago that the Directors were going to enforce this law at once. Sc, start your children to school, you owe them this much. Mrs. Martha Cross died on Fri day. Nov. 19th, at the home of L. E. Epperson near Foss, Ark. She wa.= S7 years old at the time of her death. Rev J. W. Whaley preached her funeral. Her re mains were buncd at Ebinezer Church. Cole Younger, the last of the Younger brothers of guerilla fame at the Op ra House to night. FRIENDSHIP. Dear Pic: I have missed 2 or 3 weeks but wii! come again. Health is v ry good. Prof. .Jones of Cale is improv ing. We hope that he will soon be able to take charge of his school attain. Mr. Irea Hart has sold his farm at this place to Robert Fairchild of Rosston. Monroe Almond went to see his best girl Sunday. W. T. Almond and wife went south of Rosston Sunday eve to where Mr. Almond is building a house for .f. R Hailey. Thomas and Alfo*d Purtle of Lanebarg visited at E. E. Also brook’s last Friday and Saturday. Thomas Holloman and family visited near Podcaw Saturday and Sunday. Walter Godiey of Redland has moved near Cale. He purchased the farm of Bluford Barksdale. TIh.iiih- William, thinks he wii! be cutting lumber in about ten days. BIG REDUCTION IN LADIES SUITS AND HATS 1 Suit, was $8.50, now $6.00 2 Suits, were $10.00, now $7.50 1 Suit, was $12.50, now $8.50 1 Suit, was $20.00, now $13.50 All Ladies’ and Childre’n hats at 1-3 off the regulrr price: These are bargains and you should not overlook them. Qzan Mercantile Company Prescott, - Arkansas.