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The Nevada County Picayune.
..... . ' ‘ ~ 1 C. B. Andrews and .1. F. Morris, EniTOKs \NI> IV ’.I.ISHKKS. Entered us aecoii' clu-s matter Wept. rd.T'ut:. at the I»o ; ‘' ’ • at Prescott, Arkansas uiuit .• tin of tCongress oi j March:;. 1S79. PUBLISHKii It >A' tMl) FK1DAY I Subscription $1.50 Pek Yi ak TELEPHONES. fht Picayune Office . - 232 C. b. Andrew’s Residence . I4‘> Jess Morris “ 251 NOTICE TO THE PUillC Any erroneous .’ellection upon the -haracter. standing or reputation of any individual, tirm or corporation appear tng in The Picayune will be promptly ‘ corrected if brought to the attention of j the publisher. Statements of facts. However will not be retracted. STORIES AT LESS THAN A CENT APIECE. In the fifty-two issues of a year’s volume The Youth's Com panion prints fully two hundred and fifty stories. 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New subscriptions received at this office. OBITUARY. On the morning of the l-l'h of October, 1910, the Death Angoi entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Smith and claimed their daughter, little Mary Rosa bell. and took her to the Savior she loved and served. During her terrible sufferings she was so patient and kind. All that loving hands of relatives and friends could do was done to relieve the little suffering body, but we could not keep her. God loved her more than we and called her home to dwell with him above. She was 15 years old last March, and was so good that to know her was to love her. While she was so sick she would sing the Sunday school songs. She loved her Sunday school and church. Just before she died she sung, “There will be no sorrow, nor sighing, In Heaven so fair. No sickness, no dying, No parting up there” her voice ringing clear and sweet; and then she went to sleep and never waked up in this world. She leaves a father, mother, four brothers and three sisters to mourn their loss, but we know our darling is with her Savior. May God help those left to pre pare to meet “Sister” where “there will be no parting up there.” Her brother Will had been dead just 3 years and 5 days. Her Mother. —-- - - ■ PRICKLY ASH BITTERS cures disease of the kidneys, cleanses and strengthens the liver, stomach and bowels. Read the Picayune and know what’s happening. Our New Fall Goods Arc Ready Tor Your Inspection Buy The Name, It’s i he Clothing You Want If you knew for a certainty that you cou) buy clothing the quality of which was absolutely right—with your choice of hundreds of the newest patterns and weaves to select from, ail at the lowest price garments oi such high charac ter could possibly be sold—would you not trade with such a firm? Why not try us and let us Drove to you that w*e have what you want? New Fall Suits and Iopccats. 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. White Dove / Fancy patent lllinois Robin Red Breast Wheat flour Butterfly ... Good wheat, better mill, best flour manufactured. Please . ., White Lily. , f Fancy Patent Missi Banner . . ^ oui' "heat f.our. White Glory Best flour on the nvirket tor i ne price. Perfection . . j Cupid’s Dart . . > uii' ? ts Blue Ribbon . ' The above represents the lilVorent grades an i brands of pateut fl >ur we make, i ne cond 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. Arkadeiphia Milling Company. “IT’S BETTER.” BUZZ BEE, BEE BUZZ, WAS SHE, SHE WAS, A UNION LADY. 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 I CALE SCHOOL NOTES Prof. Jones and the class in physical geography made a trip to Magnus Mt. last Saturday. Newt, or Grandpa, had busi ness in Prescott lust Saturday. He says that there is one man in Nevada that has some ready cash yet. L. E. Dowd, one of the school boys, will take up school at '* ’Possum Trot,” in school dis trict eighty-three, and he has re quested that all the patrons of the school meet him on Moral xy, or as many as can conveniently; do so. Dwight Wt. Unoreland is with us again, alter hiving been absent for a week. The basket bull boys played a game of nail last Saturday, which ended as following: first team made 22 points, second team, 10 points. The Tennis players are im proving *ast, vrnie o! them can knock a ball] thirty yards and then not make a home run. Bonn of the boys say: ‘‘There is a girl in school preparing for the asylum.” Judge by what she said about Dan Hay being the best looking boy in school, they undoubtly have right’y judged. EIdridge Patterson made a trip home Saturday. He said, “business called him,” but some believe he went home to have his face moved by cleaning off a place on bis head. It must be j SO. The boys are expecting a swell time next Sabbath, as the fifth Sunday will be here. Some of them surely intend to preach. Get Drop Siding At Home Lumber Co. Lame 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 ail Dealers. Buy Flooring And Ceil ing At Home Lumber Co. Little Rock and return $3.90. Account Annual Convention United Daughters of the Con federacy. On sale Nov. 7th arid 8th, good for returning Nov. 15. WARNING ORDER In Nevada Chancery Court Mollie Mayweather, Plaintiff, vs. Hugh Mayweather, Defendant. The defendant, Hugh M uywoa :er, is warned to appear in ihis court with in 30 days and answer M <• complaint of the plaintiff, Mollie Mf Weather. (liven under my ' and tin- _ ti; da o' Or oh. r. LUO. ;■ ! M . • • h, t :>•: -4«» -— WARNING ORDER In Nevada Chancery < '• irt Mary Panu-ls. ihatti vs. Sandy Daniels. Defendant. The defendant, Sandy Luniels is warned to appear in this court within 30 day a and answer t con laint of the plaintiff, Mary Daniels. (liven under my liana this 25th day of October, lO’o. F. H. Murrai , Clerk. WARNING ORDER In Nevada Chancery Court Mariah Jackson, Plain', ilf, vs. Will Jackson, Defendant. The defendant, Will Jackson, is warned to appear in 'this court within 30 days and answer the complaint of the plaint ilf, Mariah lackson. (liven under my hand this 25th day of October, 1310. F. E. Murrah, Clerk, CLEANING 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 Friday nights in each month at W () W. Hall. ' ' E. Mautz, Consul. Thos. F. Dixon, Clerk * Itincl \ (i-I IluVC Ail! uj ^ ■ i; •■ ll wh, .1 ?! j i:, uso for ovs r *0 "S, 1 * _ ^, ? - . /OV” //+~*l "v ■ •,' • I',.-- • , o }. 'V 4*5* a::.h*' • ’ All Counter■•. , Ii.iiluli> a ■ ; - ’ » l?nt experiment ' **‘,!*'i •’’■ ■ h of Inl.uils and i iUtii‘%. -*.'*!• cut. ■; ■; A VA“*' jy i s t >, j-\ Casio fin i .i harm.os-; sdu.-tltu < fur ' <r o , parc. porie, l >>•«•' u :.*i Soot hi tg S; -tics. It A x" >a> nt. it contains i.-ifac Opium, Morphine nor other Nareot: • »■■« . im age is its guarantee. Io v.:.< '«>ys Worn:; n:«l alia 4 feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind ( die. It • i 'i ves Teething Troubles, cure s Constinati and Flatulency. It f.ssimilates the Food, ic -ulutc < • touiael n.l BmvcTs, giving healthy and natural sice ,. '. lie Cl» -eii's Panacea—’f he Mother’s Friend. --■:«««: CASTOR IA ALWAY3 I The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THE CENTAUR COMMNY, TT MURRAY •TRCCT. Mtt YORR OITY. A Carload of Fencing fT is as much a part of our pol icy to take care of the hard ware wants of this coramun i'y as it is to look after our own interests, une is a part a ti; ’ other, and the reason we do it is because we make money by it This is the rea so’ we have bought, a carload of A ir-Fencing. We know there is i <>t going to be much fencing sold net wee a 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 Go. In the Big Building Great Reduction In Clothing. $22.50 Value Mens Suits, $15.00 17.50 12.50 15.00 “ " “ 10.00 12.50 7.50 10.00 “ “ “ o oo 600 “ “ *• 4.60 5.00 “ “ “ 3 00 $6.00 Value Mens Pants, $4.50 5.00 “ “ “ 3.50 4 00 . 3.00 3 00 . 9 00 2.00 . 1.25 1-75 . 1.00 1.00 " “ “ oo $5.50 Boys Knicker Bocker Suits $4.25 4.50 “ “ “ “ 3.25 3.50 “ “ “ “ 2.25 J. H. KERSHAW