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, THE UNITED STATES LOSES ANNUALLY OVER $200,000,000 FROM RATS AND MICE '•muossssl . rats-Mice aNd field mice NO TRAPS - NO tofcONS mm mu* rm no. bookut GUTHRIE DRUG STORE coMMissiosrrrs au: Notice is hereby given, that in pur^uann' of the Authority and directions rontained in the decretal order of th» Chancery Court of Nevada County, made and entered on th« t-th day of April. A. 1> 1922. in a certain ca • (No. 788) then pending therein between I C Steele. Trustee for .1 C. Woodul and Thro Klgin trailing under th» name of Woodul A Klgin. complainants, and J W. Hatley and J. W. Hatley. defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, vs. i i 1 off* r for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the north door or entrance of the County Courthouse, in which said court i held, in the County of Nevada within ?}.i hours pre scribed by law for judicial sales, on Saturday, the 20th day of May, A. I>. 1922, the following described real estate, to-wit The Southeast quarter of th< Northwest quarter of Section 8T>, Township 11, South Range 20 West. Said decree i> in favor of Woodul & Klgin and against J. W. Hatley and .1. W. Hatley, in Nevada County, Arkansas. Terms of Stilts On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to exe cute a l>ond as required by law arid the order and decree of said Court in -aid cause, with approed security, bearing inti rest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from date of sa:« until paid, and a lien being retained on th< premises sold to secure the payment of th« purchase money. Given under my hand thi 20th day of April, A D. 1922. A S. McCOlT(iH. 27w2 Commissioner in t hancery -o IN the cmanckkv cuuk i UK NEVADA < Ol'NTY, ARK Dave Owens ----- Plaintiff vs. Annie Owens Difrndant H’ornitio Order The defendant. Annie Owens is warned to appear in thi- court within 30 days and an swer the complaint of the plaintiff. Dave Owens. (BEAM A S. McOOUOH. 4-26w4 Clerk. IN THE ( H AM KK\ COURT OF NEVADA COUNTV. ARKANSAS W. K. Mattison VS. S % NK ’i and K c. 10 NW Sc Tu p i;t s.. it 22 w Notice is hereby given that \V It Mattison has tiled a petition in this court describing all of the above de scribed land and asks that his title thereto be quieted and eontirnied. Now therefore, for all persons who claim any interest in any of said land are hereby notified and warned to up pear in this court and show t-ause why file title of said petitioner should not Is1 confirmed Witness my hand and seal of said eourt this the 211th day of April. 11122. (8EAI.) A S MeCnnJlI. r,-4wtl Clerk. Notice is hereby given that I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder in front of the court bouse of Ne\udu County, Arkansas, at I’r.scott, Arkansas, on Saturday. May 2tlfh. 1022. between the hours for judicial sales the following described lands situated in Nevada County. Arkansas: The Southwest Quarter (se \\) of the Northwest Quarter (nw %) am] the Northeast uQarter (ne %) of the Southwest Quarter (sw Vi) of Section Four (4), Township Fifteen, (lfi) South, Range 22 West, containing eighty (SO) acres, more or less. Levied upon hy me as the property of Janies W. Russell, to satisfy an execution in my hands against him ; which issued from The Common Fleas ; Court of Nevada County, Arkansas, in i favor of Memphis Qucenswnre Coin : pany. j Terms:—Upon a credit of three I months. r,~l\v'J L. C. STKKLE. Sheriff. *-—---— i LOCALS j i Dr. A. S. Pun ha nan was a profes 1 -innal visitor to Reeder Monday. ' Horn Tuesday morning to Mr. and Mrs .1 c. (iruliam of route 4, a son. —-Q I looms for Rent—Furnished or un furnished. Call 14b, Mrs. Nutter. If M iss Maliel Lumpkin spent Satur day and Sunday visiting in Stamps. ■-© Mr and Mrs W. F. Denman were visitors to Little Rock last Friday. —o Mrs. John Marlow of Hope visited Mrs. Mary Montgomery hist week. Two ears of cypress shingles for sale very cheap. Cooke & Fllis. It Clias. II Tompkins transacted legal business in Malvern last Saturday. ---() When you have anything to buy or sell, see K. L. Smith, Calc. Ark. .'»4\\ I John Dailey Parker, candidate for sheriff, was a Prescott visitor Satur day. -o Wanted to Huy—Wool and hides Jewel White, at W. It. Stood & Sons' store. tf .1 M. Thomas. candidate for county judge, was a Prescott visitor Satur day. -o 'J(M> tmsliels of good (oru for sale ellea]). A. .1. Westmoreland. Prescott <'ale route. n-4 tf <» It Mi Pallid. candidate for coun ty judge, was a business visitor to l'rcscott Friday. Ted MeGough and son Hubert of I.anchurg, were busNess visitors to the city yesterday. --o Squire It. F. Curries of I.anchurg neighborhood, was a business visitor to the ( tv Monday. -o I will buy your poultry and eggs, and pay highest market price. K (,. Smith. Cale, Ark. f>-4 w4 -o C 15 Andrews of Texarkana, was n the city Tuesday and Wednesday transacting business. Mrs Geo. Cress left Sunday for Penver. Colo., to attend the funeral ot her niece, Mrs. Blanche Argo, nee Cummings, formerly of Prescott, who died there Sunday morning. We Recommend This Remedy HESTERLYS LITTLE LIVER PILLS The Pill That Will. For Biliousness, Constipation, Torpid Liver and all Liver Troubles. Price 25 cents per boitle Call and jret a tree trial sample. HESTERLY DRUG STORE Prescott, Arkansas Because We Know It Is The Best 1 * \ ■ » * O. H. Helbig, vice president of the P. <!fc N. W. Ry., has returned from a visit to Washington, D. C. -o Mrs. J. Edward Sullivan and little daughter of Monticello are visiting her parents, rM. and Mrs. J. M. Duke. J. M. Kinser lias returned from New Orleans, where lie attended the nation al conference of Knight Templars. Mrs. II. It. M< Kenzie has returned lrom a trip to different points in the state in the interest of Candid Opin ion. W. N. Munn. who lias recently re covered from a serious illness, went out to I.ansburg for a couple of days f hir- week. -o We will pay cash for your poultry, cgg< and produce: you are not re quired to trade it out. W. R. Steed & Sons. tf -o We have two cars of cypress shingles which we will close out at pre-war prices for quick sale. Cook ik Ellis. It While the women are in Congress, who is going to sew buttons on for husba ml ? •-o Assessor C. S. Woosley started out on his rounds Monday, assessing taxes lie is accompanied by Ep Weaver, who will assist in the work. I am now prepared to handle your poultry and eggs, and will pay the highest market price. E. K. Smith. Calc, Ark. f»-4 w4 -o Miss Rubio Danicll left last Friday (“Veiling for Tyler. Texas, where she will take a stenographic course at Tyler Commercial College. M ss .lean Hatley, reporter for tin* Arkansas Gazette, who lias been visit ing her parents. Mr. and Mrs. \V. A Hatley, left Monday for Little Rock. -o A. E. McGuire, candidate for circuit clerk, was in the city Tuesday. He has about recovered from a recent ac cident in which he fell from a load of hay. the wagon wheels passing over his body. -o Mr. and Mrs. Sam '1'. White of Pres cott announce Hie engagement of their daughter. Margaret, to Orin Wesley Ellsworth of Detroit. Michigan, the wedding to take place may 24.—Ar kansan Gazette. -o <)t;s Coleman returned last \feek from Tyler Commercial College, Tyler, Texas, where he finished a business course. He left Sunday for Hope, where he has accepted a position with the Temple Cotton and < >il Co. -o LOST—Large yellow Collie dog. When last seen was near Nubbin Hill $2.00 reward for his return to me, nr information lending to his where abouts. Call Dr. O. 1*. Young. Prescott Ark., or return to me. John Phillips. -o Luc us Hinton, brother of Mrs. H. E. Dorris of this city, died suddenly at his home in Tattle Rock last Sun day. following a stroke of appoplexy. Mr. Hinton for many years was a leading attorney of Little Rock Mr and Mrs. Dorris attended tin* funeral Monday. The Citizens Military Training Camp at .letterson Baracks. St. Louis, offers an excellent opportunity for young men to secure a month's train ing during August at the govern meat's expense. Any one contempla ting the trip should communicate with Cupt. Dexter Bush. We mil attention of our farmer friends to the advertisements of the Bank of Prescott in the Picayune this month. They contain a hit of advice which f followed would he of incalcu lable benefit to flu* whole county. Diversification is the only hope for the Southern farmer today. -o Irvin Blakely has accepted a posi tion as assistant to W K Yancey its secretary of the Prescott Farm Loan Assoi at ion. oml will he located in the Bank of Piv>»ott building Mr. Blakely will continue to write more insuiam c than any other agent in the state for lhe l’quilahle. just a- in the past. 666 quickly relieves Colds, Constipation, Biliousness rnd Headaches. A Fine Tonic. The . j Write | Gift | Boxed writing paper removes distance, j Our extensive variety of styles and | ( grades will inspire a wise selection. Boxed writing paper prices range from twenty-five cents upwrard. I I BUCHANAN DRUG STORE ! I i I If you want to Save Money on High Grade j | ; Pianos, Organs or Phonographs ; i -See - I | a. monso;n j i At Sample Shoe Store I ! i The sale of aluminmnware at the Nevada County Hardware Company Inst Saturday attracted a log crowd and as soon as the doors were opened the store was literally packed, and the aluminmnware all sold as fast as it could he carried away. The sale was advertised in the Picayune, and brought out the crowd. The people of the Westmoreland Nazarene Church will observe Chil drens Day next Sunday. Services will be held both morning and afternoon. Rev. J. A. Sage, pastor of the Metho dist Church in Prescott, will speak at 3 o’clock in the afternoon. A very interesting program has been arranged for the entire day. The May number of Candid Opinion is just off the Picayune press. Many fine editorials wil he found in this number, as well as several very in teresting contributions. Candid Opin ion continues on the up-grade, and de spite the rather hard times, new sub scribers continue to he added to its list every day from all sections. The school fair in the Munson build ing on Main street lust Friday and Saturday was visited by scores of people, and proved a great success in every particular. The exhibits con sisf«*d of articles made by school | pupils, and showed the result of the splendid training received at our schools. The fair was in charge of Mrs. R. L. P.lakely and Mrs. Sam < >. Logan, who desreve credit fur its suc cess. Everything comes to he who waits, except that for which he waits. We invite the Chinese to go to our heaven, hut not to come over here. -o Knowledge is power until a man reaches the point where he knows it nil. Oklahoma and Illinois seem to be having an open season for governors. -o It is conceded that any change in ! the personnel of Congress will he for the better. -o Cures Malaria, Chills, Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds and LaGrgrippe. -o ANNOUNCEMENT The Nevada county semi-annual singing convention will convene with Liberty church first Sunday in May. All remember the date, come and bring song books. Sula Silvey, Sec. NOTICE Patronize a home industry, by buy ing your marble and granite from W. H. McRryde, and save money. W H. McBRYDE, 4-13w4 ITescot,t Ark. —-o NOTICE OF REFI N'D From May 1st to May 15th I will refund to the taxpayers of Section Two (Concrete Bridge Road) Nevada Road Improvement District No. 2, a portion of the road taxes paid for the year 1919 on presentation of their 1919 tax receipt. W. P MURRAH, 4-27w2 Special Commissioner. Louis C. Bernays LITTLE ROCK OPTICIAN Will be at H HESTERLY DRUG STORE H Monday and Tuesday, May 15, IS. E~ Special attention given to children. 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