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/ / - --y^-L TO OUR NEW HOME ON EAST ELM STREET CALL AND VISIT US Phone 101 1 Inc Picayune Office . 232 j (. b. Andrew’s Residence ..149 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY SHEtP WANTED 1000 head of sheep wanted tor grazing purposes. How many can you furnish? State price and number of head In first letter. Will buv in lots as small as 150. A. L Hill. Fredcricktown. Mo. j Luke Timberlake died at his home a few miles west of townj last Monday morning with tuber culosis He leaves a widow and me child Mrs. Ttmbt rlake was Miss Bessie Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. W ard. His remains were buried at Holly Grove church Tuesday morning. WHITES CHAPEL iieili . Rock aw. t -t-i-ms i: it the old Goose has spr ing in r 'inkle, as she '"ailed to h ast ttt'ek, h r look i .1 sh; u ih you witli her V' ngs t *;;s W 'i Tile farmers are • d with t • i r w rk i n this rnir. on ‘; . Earl Reaves’ i>abv i- report* o . better at this w riti: g Millard White’s chi d seem> to * • a iitth bet11 r than h ■ w is »st week. Virgil Adder came up Friday n his R-uoen Ford, and return ed hone with his sister, M:-s ifie. who has Dei n visiting her - -ter. Mrs. beta Wiiite for t! e ist two. week . Will Irvin has bought tie h ehardson farm. Carl Goodwin, the little 190 pound husbatd of Mrs Marshie Goodwin, is about to recover from a long siege t whooping cough. Floyd Shipp says that he ass ed a pretty little girl last year if she would be his bride, anti she said that she would iike to be excused. He said f ol like he excused her, out he says if the Lord will forgive him that lie will never excuse another one. Joe White says that he will soon be ready to begin work on his wagon shed again, as he went to Hope a few days ago and bought 3 pounds of nails. Sam says he is a lady’s man now . He says any pretty little girl w ill do. So nothing mon . Coodhv boys. SUTTON SCRAPS As you ha \ e iv C' n■••sjunbent from this c mn unit' 1 ought I would s*-nd ihvs easi.-nluBy. Bro V. L v. . a ,s u i ■ lepb so i! . ‘ an> t sinews .vith tiii . s re' , * . - • :i ; . . . M reU. 1, e. t ’ .1! O I * r * ; -1 ~ 'Ug oS Bro I n Lnr "f, has b•• n tjanger > - -k net *• : at this w ! '.’log. RHEUMATISM! Wonderlul Currt b> K. R. R. It worked I kstnayir it • i . . ' v- : . - : M <'. K !•. . : nr .. It» ■ F- t t . I.nk" t . ' • i'! his : • ! i ; :: •' 1 try K. R. R. "it !u ’.v.ifhin , il ftlnt ... iuti i • t > w " ::i l 1. ao r i..o :■ : n: ■ / S j>« u k . • I o ■ .' .1 a v . -" t r h .. it. K H R : : i .it ... I. in. .. t i i :. } i a i ttloat ,. ;;ra: MMf F MUELL ER'S I RHEUMATIC REMEDY K. li K. i« sold and roc mm;. ; dt* i by H. storly I *r..kr Stum, ■ ■ iiidt ugnistH ProM’olt. At*. We understand that Mi.-c An g:»- Bright, who has been at Prescott for the last ten days I under the treatment of hr. Buchanan, i~ getting al<»n" 1 nicely. A. A. Galloway left Sunday morning with his little daughter. Wanda, for Prescott where he will place her in the sanitarium for an operation for appendicitis. Miss Adelle Whitten has meas ! and pneumonia We trust ! she will scon recover. Prof. C. B. Erwin, who has | been teaching at Cale. closed his school Friday, and will he en gaged in the agricultural busi ness for the next few months. W. R. Thornton and Charlie i Bennett are row engaged in buv I mg hides and bones ior the mar l kef, and report them very high. Lost or stolen me little man : with black hair end eyes, about, > feet s inches high, supposed to' be 22 years of age. When last: heard from, was going in the) recti >n of Blevins. Any infor ' n.a*i leading to \ is « tu-re ' r'> , its will be rewarded by his girl at Sutton, Ark. Fro. Felts filled his regular ap i puintment at New Liberty church j Saturday and Sunday. Bro. Fe ts is a fine preacher Gome •and hear him. will do y.m g. >d. I At the reside!;, e • toe oriUe a . tr, L. M ,V‘n ■ ’ Sa‘ur* dav night, R : - 1 -tie M .rr\ a..d ‘hr. Price v- .’> • ' .geth*T n no! y bo: > mu' nrnony. Re \V. !'. IR ■ o u Mrs. I >o; ■ it i ,t’ :11 ’ s.e:, Robert . r- --p. -..nnii : a- ; 1 v\ eek in Hope, -ng ‘ er p *r * eras. 1 !ie peoph- R is c->nr:ii:oit;. ' ar- plannii g t > pnt in i vat to dip their cattle. Do vou under*) stand? Hurrah for \\ R. Steed.! ('arnie Let H« ru ett his ^ir - i the Rig (MuD. and ordered a f 2b Poland (’)':• t wig. I >ok out) bo\ h. is a R. ■ t • t h. st ; -r..: . It tins don't ;• ! tin waste basket 1 v- • :: >• 'tt . n son e dav. Fiash Lights I 1 g| t Pa - teries and (Rohes at Hesterh Drug Store. MT, MORIAH There is lots of sickness in this part ot the community at pres *np mostly measies. Mrs. Lucy Dillard has the measles at this writing. B rn to Mr. and Mrs. Smith Hart, the 7th a tine hoy. Mother and son doing fine. M A. Hart has just moved to his new residence although it isn't quite completed yet. There are lots of cars being; purchased around here now, even our old friend Bob Fairchild has) bought one. \\ e are sorry to learn of the' illness of Mrs. J. P. Clark who] is down with the lagrippe. We j hope for her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Mattie Steed of Lane burg is spending a few days with her brother and sister Mr. j Oliver Clark and Mrs. Smith Hart, of tins place. Mary Crow is Jvisiting friends over in Mt. Moriah (No 2> this week. Mac Huh rv recieved a teie gram Sunday fr m Burlii g.»P11 l'e.xas stating that his brother. Lenard Hillery. was dead. We extend our sympathy to Mac in 'he ioS' of his 1 rot her. We are sorry to report the ill ness of Grandma Prince who is \ ■ ry old and teeoie. \\ c* i ope tor * " i : i " ' i 111 1 • » i v . B v Ben Alarm > mck - fi !\ : ;ar .• n > 3 at Mt— t rly Drue NOTICE rhe Nevada County Farmers Fi , "i will meet with the (i!en ■ iaif Local Match Lilt :;o, 11*17. This chanjje was made on ac count of the regular time for the Fnion beiiiK such a busy time. F M Woodley. Pres Susie tttwell. Sec. . Notice is hereby yiven that a reK ’ ar annual stockholders meet* , mu of the McDaniel Hardware | t’e . wil be held at the office of slid Com pan v at s o’clock p. m. Friday. March 23, 1V* 17. W H. Hendrix will do your: hauling any old time. Jacob Suckle is daily receiving his new SPRING STOCK of Men’s and Women’s Ready to-Wear Goods and the showings are attracting attention because of the excel Ilence of the goods and the low ness of the prices. Jacob Suckle EAST ELM STREET. PRESCOTT, ARK. NEW FISH LAW The i i:j of Mr. Andrews to l ermit -adrnm in ■ h* • ? • -ors oft Nevada c'-unt w it;, t ... I.ch mesh, died in Mo* >• ’. u, Andrews jc • * through t ’ at <:• ■ ■, itui fish laws. ! i we ei . he now iavv egislature pieni' par'ie- m:u ish with a ore and . no * a.f nc; tirsh seine, not over t>o feet ong. from Jun 15fh * Septem ber 1st. At.other t ri.vision of tlie new aw prohibits fishing with more ban three hooks during the •pawning season, which • xtends rum March 15th to May 15th \ report prevails that fishing is •ntirelv prohihitf d during that feriod, which is erroneous. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S R l*A CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears — Signature of I • — ■ \tm\ rmo- i» . W •* make . i in- . ri liberal term? •n imprc »■« i real • f ite. H. L. Blakely. Office at Court H .use Phone u2h I he Baryphone A novelty <.n the market An * pooh mat.mgr invention a::d im ! ruv i trielit on the telephone. In creases the sound worderfulh. Ex cludes all noise, Indisper sah e to all telephone users. A v .. ad justed. Nor electric Ever -ady Lasting? many years. Sample 5200 postpaid 'satisfaction g?uan. tecdll or money refunded Agent* wanted everywhere. Good term* S. &, S. Manufacturing Companr 503 Hartford Bldg Chicago. Ill FIELD SEED: We carry lull line of Held seeds. Clovers. Grasses. Millets. Cane, all kinds Sorghums. Soy Means. Canada Peas, \ el vet Means. GARDEN SEED: We carry full line of Gar den Seed in bulk or packets. Can till your order «>n sh«rt notice. THOKOUGHMRED ROCKY FukD CANTA LOUPE. Meat ven light green running *> gold. The kind all truckers raise. Seed are the very sKurabk and grow In t ie best growers in California. Re«ardles- of price you cat better seed. Per U» . bo* postpaid in uts o;‘ b it s. COTTON PLANTING SEED Ju*t Roceived Car Mfbame Triumph With Mebane Triumph yo ; ean make .>2" to $2.") per acre nv re. The stap'e brit ys a pivrr urn of 2 l-2c a lb. It produces in l.'>00 lbs. seed cotton lob lbs. mot ■ lent than the average yield of all other e. tens yrvwn. This together with the premium of 2 l-2e a I y: >’> the fart;: • • a n< profit of $20 per bale, or more. This c-'ttor will •;and any sort of drought. We l ave photos sh.'Winy how it produces and stands drouylits. and will make without rain. It is thebOda\ \ariety. Per bushe $2.bo. Per.*! humel lu.tr. >7.no. This mav be another dry year. Plant Mebane. TOM WATSON WATERMELON SEEP: We have Sini lbs. of these famous watermelon seed and make a specialty of furnishing truckers and quote tnetii .11 .•> lu. 1«*L> or fliufc at doc pci -b.« postpaid. Southeastern grown. PLANTS: 1 rost proof Cabbage ready March -Oth. Totomo plants. Celery. Onion. Cetorac, Potato. Pepper and Egg-plant, read} about April 1st. Cold frame grown.* Ask fur price catalog. ( AIALOG: We have a handsome catalog, illustrating our feed which wili be sent vou on re quest. 1 OZAR.K SEED ®> PLANT COMPANY., Nashville, Ark.