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1921 - MARCH = 1921 Hill!! i! v; "'n ITIIK i n 1VH H T> 1 ITU 11 III i n m n i u n i I i n 11111 m i 1 HI i ii i i h IH is,: i i11 m 111 m 1 f, THE DAILY PICAYUNE Published Ever) Day Except Sunday.') C. B. Andrews,_Publisher 1 Orto Finley _Reporter s TELEPHONES The Picayune Office 232 C. B. Andrews resident 149 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Single Copies _ f>o 1 One Month .-.— 4<>c 1 (Three Months _$1.00 : Advertising Rates made known on j application. ( NOTICE TO THE IT BLIC All advertising copy must be receiv at the office of The Picayune not lat- 1 er than 10 a. m., of the day on which < It la intended for use, otherwise it will appear in the Issue of the following day ( Advertising copy for use in the week ly Picayune should rench this office not later than Wednesday morning Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any individual, firm or corporation ap ■ pearing in The Picayune will be promptly corrected if brought to the attention of the pullsher. Statements of facts however will not be retracted "Entered as second-class matter Jan uary 5, 1921, at the post office at Pres cott, Arkansas, under the Act of March S, 1879." \U\ KI.S \M> I’K'Tl HKS A movement is ou foot to l>ar the “Clara Hauion pictures" from tin1 sown This is ii good move. perhaps — for surely tlu‘ "moral" losson to Ih> learned from lior lifo would ho so difficult to I distinguish that tin1 ordinary mortal would not ho ahlo to grasp it in tho motion pietnre |iroduotion of its huso noss. Knot that sin* killed .lake Ham on entitles her to no esiieoial notice. It was simply the culmination of an unfortunate episode that usually end' In disaster. Why re-enact its sensation al tragedy on the screen. Hut while we are busy barring eerta’ii pictures, how about "America’s most popular novels.’ Have you read Kobt. W Chambers “works?" Have you read his ‘'Business of Life,” and other hooks of the same tone ? They are all on the same line of thought as the lif estorv of Clara II tm on Yet they are ‘‘popular" novels and one is not considered "up to the min v»te' ill I lera I lire, unless being able t" say yes, I have read \lr Chandlers' works. That doesn't prevent our heliev ng however, that the same righteous hand reaching out to hold hack the picture of Clara llninon from the sereen. should also la' turned Hgaiust the puhlieatlon of hooks whose pages an* of unclean and unwholesome thno*rht 4 PEOPLE OF OUR TOWN J L Tbit is the Bird who Writes the Stuff you see in Editors' waste paper baskets. He slings a Nasty I'en and •cribbles Mean Unsigned Letters about Folks for the Paper, but they nevqr gee print. Uls name Is "Anonymous,” but that lan't what the Editor calls kin. DEMPSKN BEGINS WORK. Calgary, Alberta. March —.Tad. Teuipsey. heavyweight boxing ehnm ion. commenced light training today i preparation for his bout with ieorges Cnrpentier on July 2. After landing two hours in a gymnasium he .'ft tonight to complete his theatrical >ur at Spokane and Seattle. -o O MAKE GEOLOGICAL SI RVEY. Captain W. O 15. Allen of Mena, rep esenting Shreveport capitalism, s ere to make a geological survey of Nevada county. Captain Allen is a metical oil man, and his report on this ounty will doubtless add to the in erest already aroused throughout this ectlon. Some time ago he made a partial in estigation of the Nevada county field m which he reported quite favorable. CONDITION OF I)H. ilKOI (ill I NCHANGEII The condition of Dr. Charles H [Trough was unchanged last night, ac •ording to Virgil Pertie. who l^ves at he Brough home, 1404 Scott street. Dr. Brough is still in a very preenr ous condition, Mr. Pettio said, hut ha 1 lot suffered any further relapse. A •lose watch is being kept day and nlflu >y physicians in charge.—Gazette S ’ ribe for the Daily Picayune We Want Yon to keep in mind the fact that in addition to printing this news paper we do job work of any kind. When in need of anything in this line be sure To See Us ♦+♦♦♦+++*+++***♦♦+***+♦*♦< DON’T! Let outside parties gobble up all the choise leases in your County. _ You, as a citizen owe your confidence to the development of Ne vada County. Why will you expect out side parties to invest, and you sit back and buy nothing. Be a booster for your home town and county and buy a lease now, while you can afford it. Don’twait until a well comes in, for then only the big fellows can buy and you will be poorer than ever. DO IT NOW Moore & Martin i BH. UK \RT BALM M IT Memphis, Term. March 25.—Suit for S100.O00 heart halm against Edward N. Solomon xv. . tilts l i re today by M'ss Holeii Dowser of Milwaukee, win' charges that Solomon promised to mar rv her. hut married someone else. Sol omon declares she was a clerk in his father's store, ami that he never proin iseil -a) marry her. S;> te work,’' ht decla red. -o- - \!ll ISON sH> FXTIIKK SLAIN Hot Springs Ark , Marsh 25.—M 1, Woman was shot and instantly killed today at Cedar Clades, about 30 miles from here. I tint DuVul, it former part ner of the dead man in the shingle bus iness, is in jail charged with the crime. The only witness to the shooting is the 12 year-old son of Wurman.-—Ga I zefte. Trophies of the Chase. Motorson—Was that guy we hit lmrt ; badly V speedup 1 duniio. I just got out to cut a button off liis coat to put n my collection of trophies—Detroit News STI FKKD Kt.t.'s WITH SALMON. Make a regular pink salmon salad with the chopped celery, yolks of eggs and mayonnaise Take as many eggs as desired, put them into boiling water and let stand for :Ci minutes. Iteiuove shells, cut a slice off the top and bot tom t rlie latter to make it stand, i then take out the yolks and till the whites with salad. Serve in lettuce | leaves and over all pour mayonnaise. HOT, DIZZY FEELING /Atlanta Lady's Uncomfortable and Annoying Condition Relieved, She Says, by Cardui. Atlanta, Ga.—Miss Alice Frances Foung, of 28 East Alexander Street, this city, says: "After entering wo manhood, I suffered so much with womanly weakness. My back ached. I would have, at certain times, a hot i feeling that seemed to go to my head. Even my shoulders would hurt, and It : made me very dizzy and uncomfort able. When the Wood would flow to my head—I suppose that was what It was—I would faint and feel so weak. "I couldn’t do my work. I had a good position, and this was surely annoying as well as embarrassing. I 1 would usually have to go home and go to bed. I certainly suffered greatly, i *T heard of Cardui, and my mother bought It for me. It was the first and only medicine that ever did me any good for this trouble.” Dizziness, headache, sldeache, back ' ache, tired-out feeling and other dis agreeable symptoms are often signs of i womanly troubles. Thousands of wo j men who formerly suffered from these and similar ailments have found Car dui a very valuable remedy. Cardui Is composed only of pure, vegetable ingredients which have long been recognized as of medicinal value in the treatment of many diseases and disorders peculiar to women. Take Cardui. Your druggist 3ells it NC-140 Early Egyptian Customs. Th earliest race of Egyptians lived In the Nile valley about 400d-3700 ' H. 1'. Men have found their feme-, terie* in numbers, although most ! traces of their villages ami their art j have disappeared. In that era mum-] mies had not y t come into fashion, although some Idea of.* hereafter was theirs, as it is every primitive peo | pie's. Their earliest hurials are reminis | cent of Indian finds in our own coun- i try. Tlie dead were laid in a con tracted position in the grave with pot tery and stone vessels containing (obviously) food and drink, and flint and stone inurements of The chase; they are found upon the left side, with head toward the south and knees drawn up—‘In an embryonic position ready to be oorn into a new world." Explained. “Do you see the man yon<\er? Well, to my certain knowledge he Is leading a double life.” “You don’t say so!” “Yes; he Is a professional contor ! tlonist.” After American Stylemaker*. French creators of feminine gowns ! and hats have appealed for a law to ! prohibit the indiscriminate photo I graphing of their models ai the race 1 tracks. They claim that American and other clothing designers are steal ing fashion points from the pictures. Hard to Blend. Mr. Peavish says that although he would be the last man on earth to criticise any lady of his acquaintance, nevertheless he has never met one who could successfully combine the high-school giggle with the middle-aged spread.—Dallas News. RAILROAD TIME TABLE NORTH BOUND. No. 4. St. Louis, fast_5:55 a. m. No. 32, Local_ 8:20 a. m. No. 8, St. Louis, fast_3:15 p. m. No. 6, St. Louis, fast_6:11 p. ni. No. 36, Local..4:45 p m. SOUTH BOUND No. 35, Local__-10:00 a. m. No. 5, Fast---10:16 a. m. No. 37, Local—.9:15 p. m No. 3. Fast...10:20 p. m. Close Call. “It was a near thing, but I made It. “The operation, you mean?” “Yes. In another twenty-four hours the patient would have recovered with* •ut It and walked out on me.” Value of Individuality. There Is something In you that makes you a little different from every body else, something that sets you apart, and differentiates you, and that something is one of your most valua ble possessions. Be sure that in your ambition to he like some one you ad mire. you do not put imitation above self-development, and obscure that priceless treasure, your individuality. —Girls' Companion. _ Always Ready to serve you with good priming. No matter what the nature of the job may be we are ready to do it at a price that will be Satisfactory Children Cry for Fletcher’s The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per* sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good ” are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. Never attempt to relieve your baby with a remedy that you would use for yourself^ What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children’s Comfort—The Mother’s Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought grgi ! Report of the Condition of BANK OF PRESCOTT as made to Commission er of Banks of the State of Arkansas at the close of business, February 21, 1921. RESOURCES: Loans and Discounts-$726,401.80 Overdrafts_ None United States Bonds- 86,250.00 Stocks, City and County Warrants_ 7,032.64 Due from Insurance Department_ 1,507.37 Building and Real Estate- 8,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures- 8,072.50 Other Real Estate- 677.45 CASH AND DEMAND EXCHANGE. 132,238.84 Total Resources...__$970.180.60 MMiimiiiiiiiiiiiinimtiimiiiiiiiiiiimimiimiiimiiiiiitmiiiitiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiitiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiniiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiii iiiiiiiiiiimmi laiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiimiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiu!