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You Can Get It Here / Satisfactory Prices Satisfactory Service Start the New Year Right by Giving Us your Drug Business. HesLerly Drug Store To The Ice Trade Our Ice delivery equipment has been sold to Munn Brothers—Owen and Melvin Munn. They assumed charge January 1, 1921. We bespeak for them the same courtesies that have been given us. They will issue their own ice books. We will redeem all unused books outstanding when presented. We expect to devote our entire time to manufac turing. * ——————— — “ Presott Ice Co. G. F. CRESS A. H. SMITH Ph«M 66. Louis C. Bernays LITTLE ROCK OPTICIAN Will be at IHESTERLY DRUG STORE Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, January 10, 11, 12 Kryptok Toric Lenses are the best in the market for Far and Near Reading Special attention given to children. Examination Free. All work Guaranteed. Office hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. I WANTED—Cur of Cattle a once. A <i. Stuart, phone 81!)B, Prescott, -t For Sale 5 head good work mules N. E. Ward ■ l'hone 105. WANTED—Housekeeper, white, at once. Apply Newth’s Studio, 803 West Main St. 1* Gem Theater TO DAY lilllllllllllllllllll THE GOLDEN TRAIL r A gripping story of the Klondike with Jane Novak and Jack Livngston as the stars. A big picture wth lots of punch. COMING TOMORROW TRUMPET ISLAND” A Ton Turiss Production. i j LOCALS Alex May of Bodcaw, Is serving on the grand jury. • • * * Esq. W. S. Martin of Jackson town ship is ateuding court here today. • * * * J. R. Boyce of lower Nevada, is i Prescott visitor today. * * * * P. H. Herring returned from a visit to Texarkana yesterday. • * * ♦ Toifa Shell of Jackson township, is here on business with the court today. • • • • Genuine White Tip Radish Seed— Plant for shiping purposes. J. K. Hamilton & Co. * * • • Joe Hall of Rosston, transacted bus iness In the county clerk’s office today. • • * * Dr. J. H. Sutton of Sutton, attended circuit court here yesterday. • • • • T. P. Callicot of Laneburg, was pres ent at court Wednesday. • * • * Miss Para lee Duke of Laneburg is visiting in the city today. * • * • Sam T. Crouse of Rosston, was a pleasant caller at this office today. • • • • Subscribe for the Daily Picayune. • * • • Don’t forget the Chamber of Com merce meeting tonight. * • • • Tonight —Chamber of Commerce meeting. • * • • Your presence needed at the Charn l>er of Commerce meeting tonight. ♦ * • • Mr. John Kinser returned today from Pine Bluff, where he has been visit ing. • • • • The picture show furnishes a clean up-to-date entertainment 6 nights of the week. Master Robert Carlisle of Little Rock is visiting his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Newth, of this city. • • • • Miss May Barksdale, of osston, is visiting friends and relatives in Pres cott this week. • • • • We have several attractive proposi tions in the way of small farms and city property. See us. Moore and Martin. • * • • W. L. Jordan, of Laneburg is In town today watching the court pro ceedings. • * • • J. T. McOough of Laneburg. brother of Circuit Clerk A. S. McOough, at tendede court today. * * • • Wrights Liquid Smoke for flavoring and pereserving meat. $1.00 at Guth rie Drug Store. We pay postage. Phone 101. • * • • Governor-elect T. C. McRae went to Little Rock yesterday afternoon on business. • • • • ‘•.Tim” Henry the jovial traveling salesman was mingling with friends on the streets of Prescott today. * * * * C\ E. Thompson, prominent farmer of Willisville, is attending court lien today. * * * * Chambers Shipper Compound will positively prevent Shippers. One pack age costs you $1.25 and treats 500 pounds of cured meat. Guthrie Drug Store. YVe pay postage. Phone 101. * * * * Subscribe for the Daily Picayune. * * * • j. M. Benntt of Sutton, and Hugh McDaniels of Lam-burg, were among the mony onlookers at court this morn ing. • * • • WANTED TO KENT—furnished rooms for light house keeping. See Orto Finley at Pieayune office of call 232. • • • • Figaro meat Smoke and preserva tive. $1.25 at Guthrie Drug Store. We pay postage. Phene lit. If It Is kept in a drug store we have it. and always at a very reassnable price. Guthrie Drug Store. Phone 101. We pay postage. We are glad to see our good friend John H. Dixon able to be out after several days In bed with blood pois oning. • • * * Auto owners have to January 10, 1921 to pay auto license. After Jan uary 10, 1921, the penalty will be ad ded. * • * • Fred King will open up a poultry ohsue here within a very few days. The exact location has not been def • / initoly decided upon. He will let the public know as to that a little later on. • * * * Rev. Jno. A. Parker and wife stop ped off in our city last night en route to their home at De Queen. * * * * The board of stewards of the eMtli odist church will meet at the church tomorrow night at 7:30 o’clock. A full attendance is requested. * * * * Houghton township is well • repre sented nf court, there being a larg delegation here to attend the trial of Miles Downs, charged with first de gree murder. * * * * B. Callicot has bought the Scott Meat Market. Mr. Callicot is an ex perienced meat cutter and will l»e glad to have a part of your trade. He will retain Mr. Mahlon Ba'ly the veteran meat market man of Prescott. * * * * Tile prayer meeting will be at the Presbyterian church tonight. This church was tendered the Christian church for this occasion as this con gregation has no church building. Rev. 1. A. Sage wll conduct the service. * • * • Willis Andrews came in this morn ing from Arizona, where he has been living for the past three years. This water here brings them back. Closed car any part of city 25 cents a trip one or four passengers. Prices reasonable on all country trips. Phone 281. * • • • I want to thank the good people of Prescott and vicinity for the patron age given me for the past year, and trusting to merit your future favors during the year of 1921. Again thank ing each of you for the past consider ation nnd wishing you all a happy Xew Year, I am gratefully yours, Mahlon Bailey. • • • • J. L. WARD. After a lingering illness, death came to the relief of Mr. J. L. Ward, aged 62„ this morning about 8 a. m. at his home west of this city. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 10 o’clock a. m., at Sweet Home, on the Blevins Pike, where the remains of Mr. Ward will be laid to rest. Rev. Baugh will preacb the fu neral over the grave of our departed friend and neighbor. We can understand why a man should hate to “break in” a new pair of shoes. But we can’t understand why he should consider it necessary. Come in and get fitted to your pair of RALSTONS—comfortable from the start. H. A. HAMILTON & CO. MRS. MAGGIE MAY DOUGAN On January 1, 1921, New Years’ day, Mrs. Maggie Mae Dougan, wife of Lu ther Dougan, near Emmet, departed this life and all was done for her that could be done, but God seen fit to take her. He had a place for her. She left a companion and little baby, and many loved ones and friends to grieve after her. We are sure she is resting with Je sus, where there is no more goodbyes and no more death, on the sween sun ny banks of sweet deliverance where we expect to meet her. We pray God’s blessings upon that dear husband and little son, who is left behind, and those bereaved parents also. May they also rest with that sweet assurance that there is a better home for her. Lluie Woosley. THE BOOSTER. A town with the “pep” Will enjoy quite a rep For accomplishing many good things— Though “knockers” may knock With each tick of the clock. The song of improvement still rings. Then whoy should we say “Things are gloomy today”— E’en though that we know it be true, Let's leave it unsaid As we lift up our head And declare there is plenty to da o ■ Sam—I saw you sitting between tws fat men on the trolley car this morn ing. Weren’t you most squeesed to death? Elmer—Oh, I hadn’t much room for complaint.—Boy’s Life. -o Advertise in the Daily Picayune. Report of the condition of BANK OF PRESCOTT as made to Commissioner of Banks of the State of Arkansas, at the close of business, December 29th, 1920. RESOURCES: Loans and Discounts-$714,777.10 Overdrafts_'- 1,190.25 United States Bonds- 86,250.00 City and County Warrants- 3,643.52 Due from Insurance Department- 2,100.92 Stock in Federal International Banking Co.- 1,125.00 Building and Real Estate- 8,754,03 o 707 7^ Furniture and Fixtures — Other Real Estate - 658.15 CASH AND DEMAND EXCHANGE- 138,029.02 Total Resources_$965,315.74 LIABILITIES: Capital Stock, fully paid,---* 75,000.00 Surplus, certified,- 75,000.00 Undivided Profits, net,- 14,105.85 Unearned Interest--—.— 4,222.58 DEPOSITS_ 796,987.31 Total Liabilities---$965,316.74 The above statement la correct: THOS. C. McRAE, JR., Cashier.