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The Nevada County Picayune.
C. B. Andrews and J. F. Morris,
Editors and Publishers.
Entered as second-class matter Sept.
Rrd, 1907. at the Post Office at Prescott,
Arkansas under the act of Congress of
March a. 1879.
PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
Subscription $1.50 Per Year
TELEPHONES.
The Picayune Office . _ 212
C. B. Andrew’s Residence . . K9
Jess Morris “ 251
NOTICE TO THE (HlllIC
Any erroneous reflection upon the
character, standing or reputation of any
tnu.viduai, 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.
GLOBE SIGHTS
When a man is held down, he
is holding himself.
A stage Irishman is never as
funny as a real Irishman.
No woman can make a man
cut of a man; he must doit
himself.
Any man can become enthu
siastic over investing your mon
ey for you.
There is almost as much fraud
about patriotism as there is
about politics.
Don’t praise a young man too
much; if you do, he is sure to
get the big-head.
Be sociable, but don’t intrude
upon people who would rather
not have you around. •
When people go hunting in
this vicinity, about all they find
to shoot at is signe reading: “No
hunting allowed on these
premises.”
When girls are good looking,
they hear about it from the
moment they rise until they go
to bed at night. No wonder
they are spoilt.
We don’t need a big navy or a
big army any more than we
need a large government appro
priation for more breweries and
distilleries.
—---• —
ARTESIAN
The school will open at this
place Monday, Oct. 31. We hope
that every child of school age
will be able to start and continue
to come every day.
Mr. and Mrs. Odell of Missouri
have moved to the Coppock
place, which they have bought
and will make this country th ir
home.
Jonah and the whale was out
in Emmet Sunday night. Did
you see them.
We wonder why Newton Lar
ders carried a pair of gum boots
Sunday to see his girl. He sure
ly thought it would rain before
he w ent home again.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ross are
visiting friends and relatives in
Pike county.
We wonder why Arthur Lan
ders has not been going to Mr.
Summer’s lately.
Get Drop Siding At
Home Lumber Co.
Lanve back is one of the most com
mon forms of muscular rheumatism. A
few applications of Chamberlain’s
Liniment will give relief. For sale by
a 1 Dealers.
Buy Flooring And Ceil
ing At Home Lumber Co.
Little Rock and return $;>.90.
Account Annual Convention
United Daughters of the Con
federacy. On sale Nov. 7th and
8th, good for returning Nov. 15.
Read the Picayune and know
what’s happening.
A Little Dialogue.
Alicia—Jack Is so handsome.
Gladys—Yes.
Alicia—And so courteous
Gladys—Yes.
Alicia—Always addresses me as
“Fair Miss ’’
Gladys—That’s force of habit.
Alicia—How so?
Gladys—He used to te conductor
• street car!
Our New Pall Goods
Are Ready For Your Inspection
Why Buy The Name,
It’s The Clothing You Want.*
If you knew for a certainty that you could buy clothing
that was outright, made right and that would fit right, and
the quality of which was absolutely right-with your choice
of hundreds of the newest patterns and weaves to select
from, all at the lowest price garments of such high charac
ter could possibly be sold—would you not trade with such a
firm? Why not try us and let us prove to you that we have
what you want? "New Fall Suits and Topcoats.
Jacob Suckle,
The Store of Qualify
West Main St. Next to McDaniel Hardware Co.
FLOUR.
The best wheat milled in the best mill into the
best flour on the market.
I Fancy patent Illinois
Robin Red Breast Wheat flour
Butterfly . . .'
Good wheat, better mill, best flour manufactured.
Please . . i
White Lily. . f Fancy Patent Missi
Banner . A °uri wheat flour.
White Glory
Best fiour on the market for the price.
\
Perfection . . I
Cupid’s Dart . . StnHrt pits ts.
Blue Ribbon . ^
The above represents the different grades and brands
of pateut Hour we make. The second patents and low
grades we do not advertise.
Demand our flour made in the finest mill in thh United
Stades; where ‘‘The heart of the grain, plus the art of
the brain” is milled into the Hour that is putting Arkan
sas on the map.
Arkadelphia Milling Company.
“IT’S BETTER.”
BUZZ BEE, BEE BUZZ,
WAS SHE, SHE WAS,
A UNION LADY.
l
When you have cotton that you want weighed, let
us weigh it for you. And when you have cotton seed
for sale, see us before selling. After we have weighed
your cotton and have bought your cotton seed, then
put up with us at our wagon yard where your stock
will be protected from the weather and where you will
have a nice room to stay in and have nothing to bother
you except wondering why this wagonyard had not
been put up years ago.
Farmers Union Warehouse Co.
Prescott, Arkansas.
M, H, TALIAFERO
CLOTHES CLEANED
CLOTHES PRESSED
LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY
Prescott, - - Arkansas.
I
PINEY GROVE
We are having some nice
weather now and most of the
people are using it to the best
advantage.
Crops are being gathered and
are proving to be much better
than expected, so that is a happy
disappointment.
Some of the farmers are sow
ing oats this falll.
Piney Grove school is to begin
next Monday. Hope all the
children can start the first day.
There has been much sickness
in our community the last few
weeks.
A. R. Marbury, who was
down with slow fever, is im
proving slowly.
Little Rjsubeil Smith, who
had Typhoid fever, died on the
14th of October. She was loved
by all who knew her. and her
place in the home circle cannot
be filled.
Mr. Lane s nttie cmiu is very
low at present.
Mrs. Jessie Leverett, of Pres
cott, who has been very sick, is
improving. She is at her
father’s, Geo. Mohon.
Moving seems to be popular
now.
Wm. Knotts has moved to
Prescott.
Bert Smith has moved from
! Mt. Moriah to F. P. Smith’s
| place.
Mr. Roaches, who left for
Texas, has returned to Arkan
j sas again.
Joe Beaty is putting up a saw
1 mill at Emmet.
‘ j W. W. Mohon has put up a
i nice lot of ribbon cane stalks
for seed another year. He has
a fine patch.
i Wishing success to the Pic
' and its many readers.
Benefits of the Chase.
“Ycu say your lumband's love of
j naming is what enables you to enjoy
i his society? * “Yes," answered young
I Mrs. Torkins. "Sometimes Charley
; hao to stay at home two or three
i weeks at a time getting the birdshot
out of Ills system.”
The Chief Cause of Trouble.
Most people fret not because they
have so little but because their neigh
bors have so much.

WARNING ORDER
In Nevada Chancery Court
Mollie Mayweather, Plaintiff,
vs.
Hugh Mayweather, Defendant.
The defendant. Hugh Mayweather,
is warned to appear in this court with
in 30 days and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff, Moliie Mayweather.
Given under my hand this 25th day
I of October, 1910.
F. E. Murrah, Clerk.
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WARNING ORDER
In Nevada Chancery Court
Mary Daniels, Plaintiff
vs.
Sandy Daniels, Defendant.
The defendant, Sandy Daniels is
warned to appear in this court within
30 days and answer the complaint of
the plaintiff, Mary Daniels.
Given under my hand this 25th day
of October, 191o.
F. E. Murrah, Clerk.
WARNING ORDER
In Nevada Chancery Court
I Mariah Jackson, Plaintiff,
, vs.
j Will Jackson, Defendant.
The defendant, Will Jackson, is
warned toanpear in this court within
30 days and answer the complaint of
the plaintiff, Mariah iaekson.
Given under my hand this 2Sth day
of October. 1910.
F. E. Murrah, Clerk.
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GLEANING AND
PRESSING PARLOR
Clothing pressed and
cleaned in a satis
factory manner. A
specialty of ladies’
work.
NEXT DOOR TO GEE'S MEAT
MARKET.
ED TALIAFERO, PROP.
PRESCOTT CAMP NO 13707
M. W. of A. meets the 2nd and 4th
i Friday nijrhts in each month at W ()
W. Hall. ‘
E. Mautz, Consul
Taos. F. Dixon, Clerk
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which ha; been
in use for over GO ytrr.x, has bora, ho signaturo
be -u umdo under hi ; ;Kv_
;>e: v; iioa Slave its ini:-:.,
: - do Iveyouinthla
AH Counter *. it ’ but
experiment ■» i !iut tri >e \ : > i . t v.: / < ,o 11- aj i c£‘
Infants and Children—Exper' L> iment.
Castor 1 ;?nv ■ >s so '..liiti lor r . r < .3, i'arc
{forks I?i- •>• 0 .d Soothing Sy'u;v. Jt ’ •; i ! • -:nt. Jt
eontains ncilh.v l oiium, . or- no? • ’’e i* yiarcotio
Miii.suii -. .■> iis j.1 »ararit.ee. i*< cio.-drovs V. '.nui
•mil alia;. l.di.:■ - It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic, it relieves Teething Troubles, cores Constipate
ami riatuo : -v. It assimilates tiro Food, regulate:} <’
ra-marh 1 Bov.' ’ , giving healthy and natural sk »•;>.
Vae Chil-. s:V- Pamuea—'_‘re Mother’s l'ricnd.
qeui tRi CASTOR IA always
In Use For Over* 30 Years.
THE CCNTAUIR COMPANY. TT MURRAY tTRttT, NEW YORK CITY.
r ——a——
A Carload of Fencing
T is as much a part of our pol
icy to take care of the hard
ware wants of this commun
ity as it is to look after our
own interests. One is a part
ot the other, and the reason
we do it is because we make
money by it. This is the rea
son we have bought a carload of
Wire Fencing. We know there is
not going to be much fencing sold
between now and fall, still when a
man needs a fence he needs it, and
we are here, ready to supply him
with it.
A care load of all styles and
sizes has been received and un
loaded by us.
Prescott Hardware Co.
In the Big Building
Great Reduction In Clothing.
$22.50 Value Mens Suits, $15.00
17.50 12.50
... 10.00
12.50 “ 44 44 7.50
10.00 “ “ “ 6 00
6.00 “ “ 4* 4.50
<5.00 . 3 00
$6.00 \’alue Mens Pants, $4.50 5
5.00 3.50 S
4 00 *. 3.00 ' S
3.00 4 4 44 - 2.00
2.00 “ “ “ 1.25
1.75 '■ 44 44 1.00
1.00 “ “ “ .00
$5.50 Boys Knicker Bocker Suits $4.25
4.50 44 “ •* “ 3.25
3.50 “ “ “ '• 2.25
J. H. KERSHAW
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