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The Nevada County Picayune.
a ■ innftcwo I EDITOR C.B. ANDREWS ^ AND PUBLISHER Entered »<? cp(*n*<H-rIn00 matter Sent. Bud, 1907, al loe i oal Wlilce al Prescull, Arkansas under the act of Congress nf March 3. 1879. Publiahod Every Thursday Morning; Subscription One Dollar Per Year TELEPHONES. The Picayune Office . 232 C.B. Andrew's Residence . . 149 MTRf TO THE ,»MIIC Any erroneous redaction upon the character, standing or reputation of any Individual, firm or corporation appear ing in The Picayune will be promptly corrected if brought, to the attention of the publisher. Statements of facts, however will not be retracted. ANNOUNCEMENTS FORvSHER>FF We are authorized to announce the name of D. L. Dillard of Albany Township as a candidate for Sheriff of Nevada County, subject to the action of the democratic primary election. FOR ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce G. R. Blake as a candidate for Tax Asses sor of Nevada County, subject to the action cf the democratic primary. Wre are authorized to announce Wiley T. Jobe, of Georgia township, as a can- j didate for Tax Assessor of Nevada County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. FOR ROAD OVERSEER We are authorized to announce D. T. , Milam as a candidate for Road Over-1 seer subject to the action of the demo cratic primary. Read the Picayune. ARTESIAN. Sam Moore and wife, of Howard Co. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ross and family a few days this week. John Dougan and wife of Pres cott spent Sunday visiting Will Martin and wife of this place. Miss May Sanders gave a birthday party last Friday night in honor of her 19th birthday. We hope that she will enjoy many more happy years. The news was spread over the country like wild fire that Earnest Summers and Miss Annie Black was married on Thanksgiving Day. The Report er saw Earnest and he says it isn’t so but would like to marry. Harry Wake of this place and Miss Dollie Clark of De Ann was married at the home of the bride. We wish them a long and happy life. The singing at Mr. Summers Sunday night was largely attend ed. We wonder who those boys were that that run through Mr. Summers field Sunday night and knocked all the corn stalks out and burned a path through the woods. We will have a singing school at this place in about two weeks. The Doctor. BODCAW Thanksgiving has come and gone and we have all enjoyed ourselves. There was not a one but had a reason to be thankful, for the students were given their MERCHANDISE A T AUCTION I will sell at public auction on the comer of East Elm and East First Streets at One o’clock P. M. on Saturday, December 5th A Lot of Merchandise Such As Hats, Shoes, Overcoats, Sweaters, Clothing, Hardware, Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc. These are not second hand goods but such as you find in the stores and will be sold to the highest bidder regardless of the cost. Winter is now coming on and this will be a chance to buy winter goods at your own price. Be on time and 1 will hand you some bargains. Remember the time and place. Ladies are requested to attend. A. M. ELLSWORTH, OCTIO NE[R privileges. The service at the church was enjoyed by those present. Good talks were made by Revs. Cox and Dorman. Dr. Atkinson, Prof Langston and others. The lesson was John 17, Christ’s prayer to the Father. Miss Batchelor’s recital was ! far ahead of all expectations. | The Chapel was packed, and the program was a grand success. Miss Batchelor and her class in expression deserves a lot of praise for the big work they are doing. Several of our young friends visited us Friday. We are al ways pleased to have visitors. It keeps us wide awake. The Union Athletic Club gave its first game of Basket ball Thursday evening. In the first game Arthur Fuller and Arthur Caudle were Captains, with a score of 45 to 12 in favor of Fuller. Captains May and Stew art played the second game with a score of 19 to 20 in favor of Stewart. The second game (was more interesting than the first. The officials were Wyatt. Deak ins, Hudson, Lafferty and Olive Our club is already being noticed and we predict something doing before very long. The friends and patrons of the school are loud in their praise of the con duct of the players in both games. Pink Taylor was in town Thursday. Pink is always on hand when the fair sex are un der consideration. Owen Waters was called home Thursday morning by the death of his grandfather, who had been sick for some time. The bereav ed ones have our sympathy. See another column for our program that will be given by the societies just before the holidays. Come and we will give you a treat. Proi. Langston conducted services at the Baptist church Saturday night, in the absence of Bro. Irving. I Tow ver. Pro. Irving preached Sunday <>n the Christian's Security, I Kalins 145:2. PINEV GROVE Well! We are having some fine weather. As every one knows, this is something to be thankful for. The exercise by the children at Piney Grove school hause on Thanksgiving Day -vas fine, and ail present enjoyed it. Thanksgiving I )av was a sad one to the family of Mr. Isaac Sanders, on account of the death of one of his daughters at eleven o’clock. Drs. Buchanan, Guthrie Rice a’d Dickinson performed an operation on her the day be fore. She never revived from the effects of the chloroform. Mrs. Dickey’s boys are not through moving from above Prescott yet. They will make their future home near Piney Grove. We welcome them among us. Mr. Andy Allen and family have come hack from Texas. Mr. Bain has moved on Mrs. Crumby’s place. He said when the people of Texas found out he was from Arkansas they would not let him stay there. That’s alright, stay in Arkansas where you can get plenty good water. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Patterson and Mrs. Perry Barber visited at F. P. Smith’s Sunday. Bro. Whaley will preach at Piney Grove the second Sunday in December at 11 o’clock. Now let all the people attend preach ing and show Bio. Whaley we appreciate his kindness in com ing to us. Bitting’s Eczema Cure. All skin diseases and Piles, guaran teed. Prescott Drug Co. WARNING ORDER In Justice Court Otto Young, Plaintiff vs E. A. Short, Defendant. The defendant, E. A. Short is here by warned to appear in this court with in thirty days and answer the the com plaint of the plaintiff herein. Dec. 2 ‘09. C. B. Andrews, J. P. Liver Trouble Remedy Free Any intelligent person can be his own doctor in the ordinary case of liver trouble, for the symptoms can not be mistaken. If the white of the eye becomes yellowish, if the skin be comes sallow, if pimples and blotches appear, if the bowels do not move, if you have sick headache, if you are bilious, you may be sure that your liver is torpid or inactive. The quickest and surest remedy yet found for the cure of liver trouble or any of Its symptoms is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, the great herb laxative compound. This wonderful remedy is not only a laxa tive. but a tonic as well. It will start the flow of gastric Juice, thereby soon enabling the liver to do Us work natur ally. A bottle of this great liver remedy can be bought of any druggist for 50 cents or tl. and in many cases a single bottle has cured a chronic case. For example. John W. Lee, 619 S. Penn sylvania ave . Indianapolis. Ind., had a stubborn and very long-standing case of liver trouble, with pimples, blotches. Jaundice, etc., and it cured him. Mrs. B. Flinchum, Jackson. Ky., says the same of It. Thousands of families keep it In the house against just such an emer gency. as you can never tell when some member of the family will need a good laxative In order to have you or any other suf ferer from the liver make a test of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin without personal expense, Dr Caldwell will send you a free test bottle if you will send your name and address The sample will show you how pleasant It is to take, how gently It works It will start you on the cure of your trouble and convince you that you have found a cure That is the object of the sample, and the doctor urges you to send for it today. ir mere is anyming about your ailment that you don't understand, or if you want any medical advice, writ* to the doctor, and he will answer you fully. There Is no charge for this service. The address is Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 500 Caldwell bid*., Monticello, III. rrsaaowc EEniOTE L?| BOOFSTTC3^i?s TUST that is what you're / t: vin< to do if you are * attempting business without advertising in these columns. No man was ever satis fied with well enough. You are no exception— you want more business. Push hard advertise in this paper. Tell people what you’ve got to sell — tell them often tell it well. Visit our office we’ll , show you how. * .1 uu»! cUi. law. 1>T W. S. IT.) WARNING ORDER In The Nevada Chancery Court. Bud Handle, Plaintiff, vs i Hattie Randle, Defendant. The defendant, Hattie Randle is wai | ed to appear in this court within thii days and answer the complaint of t the plaintiff herein. This Nov. 15, ’09. F. E. Murrah, Cl< C. B. ANDREWS Justice of the Peac OFFICE IN Picayune Building If You Want Up-To-Date Job Printing, See The PICAYUNE DR. J. E. COX PHYSICIAN & SURGEO] Office With DR. S. J. HESTERLY. Calls Ansv.vivJ Day and Nigh Prescott, \rkansas. If You Have c. ucCi ip cion oring it to the Nevada Couiity L>:ug :t o It will be en>: ■ !> um!-*d ;>ro; erly by Registered Druggists Nevada County Drugstore West Front Street ANNO UN CEMENT Never since v\e have been in business have we been [is well prepared to handle the fall business as we are this year. Not only have we bought in larger quantities and greater variety, but we have bought cheaper than ever before; we have a bunch of the right kind of young fellows that know goods and values and they enjoy showing the stock. This fall we expect to maintain our reputation as the largest sellers of dependable hardware and house furnishings in Southwest Arkansas. In our store you are alwavs- welcome to look around and compare our prices and goods. IN THE BIG s‘JILD::iJ