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! SOCIAL-PERSONAL | 5 lelc-phone Social Items to Picayune,. Phone 232. = O. A. (JaHniel return' 1 '<> ids leme Et Em met tli - morn mg * * * • E. E. Romai "i' route .u- u th city thN morning. • • * • Rain last night 4opj>cd tie- grav -i haulers on tie' Blevins I’ike today. • • • # Rev. p. \V. Barham of * 'ah*, wa a Prescott visitor today. • » • * Blake S< ft made a business trip to Ozan today » » « « J. W. Buchanan left tiii' morn ng on a business trip to Hope. • • • • Thos Rundy of Hope returned home this morning * » * • B. H. Logan left tin’s morning on a business trip to Nashville. * * • • Bei nie Bu.iiiii.'iii left this morning on a business trip to Fulton. ♦ * • * Mrs Jai k Blakely left tills morning for Emmet for-a short visit. • » • • Little Joe F nley. who was hurt in a. runaway yesterday, is ranch liettcr today. * * * * T5 0. Mynliier left this morning for Hope where he will attend to business. * * * * Own Duke went to Gunhm t'n morning on business. * * * * O. It MeDnniel of route 1. was in town this morning. • • • • Esq. George Allder of Taylor town ship, was in the dry yesterday • • • • Dr. Eon's f Bernays. the eye spec ialist will be here May 1 -. El and 1 I 9 * * * Esquire I! < >. Westmoreland of ('ale. Is In the city today. • * * » H. H. Smith returned to El Dorado after spending a day with home folk' * « * » Mrs. S. T. Baugh and ehldren left this morning for a visit in Malvern. * • • * Geo. Mmin and wife of route I!, were in the city today doing some trading. * » • * Dr. Gentry of MeCaskill, passed through the < ity this morning en route home * • * • Born Yesterday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Diekinsim. a girl Mother and baity are doing nieeh • * * * Mr Eugene Norman "f Ada < >kla who ha- been \ sit ng leu . left thi morning f >r Hope * * * * .Judge Thomas left it s morudig tor Hope, whe e he W tl atteii'l !" hilsine* matters A A A A K. I!. \Vn|I' nf \ashvi Ile. who i- I representative ■ ! \rni"iir \ • ■ >minin> left till' morning for Hope * * * * Mr- W II l> \on. who ha-, heen vi' Ring her mother Mrs A I • re turned to her home at Hope * • * * Wesle> lloii-e arrived this morning from Glen rose. 'I'eMI'. for II vi-it ill 1‘resrott. • • • • ltev. It W Mi Kn\ of A i kiidelphiii. Is 'pending tlio day w III Rev. I II Cmnnilti' * * • • Rev. .1 A Sage left thi' morning for Hen rden to nttend the Camden Di'tr "t COnferenei'. ■k a • * Mrs T A Foste of Hope ea tile through Present! eli route to Itlevitis for a visit. • • • • Jim Duke a verv ( n i m nt a '• mail i' not jea n- 'nda.l. hut spiml lilt ■ ill. V With Iii fit til: t> * * * * Will Itnin sy of FI Domdo, came through thi' inorirng on hi' way to Blevins. H. J. Wilson went to Nashville tins morning on business for the Kitehio Grocer company. • • » • Miss Snowbell Young, left this morn ing for Texarkana, where she will CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears — Signature oi take a business eotn-e 11 the Tcxark inn Busine-s > • » » * * Mr- B \ I. ihujaa. of Jacksonville. Kin is ■ - ting M.s Tom Lavender. Mr- I,..inn.in ivh- formerly Miss I Juris Kelley. * * * * Mr-, Edgar Edwards of Blevins, re | turned home this morning, carrying ; sun. who lias been in the hospital here. * * * * K '1' Sud-lierry of route is in the city today. He wanted to know when we were going to get oil here. We told him everything is looking encouraging. • * * # Misses Kula Beth Gee and Mary Aliie Shinn returned to Arkadelphia this morning after visiting Mr. and Mrs. jra Gee. • • * * .Mr. W. E. Williams and daughter. Miss Kobic. returned to their home ar Hope this morning alter visiting Mr Em. Bell of Blevins * * * • <». T. Miller a representative of the Arrow Collar company, left this morn ing for Hope, after attending to busi ness here. * * * * Mis- Mildred Stevens returned toiler home in Texarkana this morning. M s Sfevens has been visitnig Miss Ella Attaway for the j.a-t few days * * * • Mr. :iint Mrs I.onis Suckle and little daughter. Helen Bobby, left this morn jug for Shreveport. La., .after visiting in Shreveport, they will visit in Tulsa. < >khihotoa * * * * 1 Lula Butler •>! Union < him in was in the eify today and brought to this office 11 Bermuda onions that weighed three pound'. This only demonstrates the further fact that anything will grow in Nevada county. * * * * Biof 1 iwight Westmoreland of Itoss ton, is in the city today He saal the oil well there was over 1-ixt feet and everybody was wearing a broad 'iuile. and seemed very encouraged. * * * * It the weather i' pcrinissable the •■Children's Welfare Truck" will emtio through Prescott next Monday. Pom-1 mit tees from the iLffcrent organized soe'eties of the city are making elabo rate preparation' for this event. limy will appreciate the eo operation of the; pi*nplr «»f I *r«*> < • »t Money back without question if HUNTS GUARANTEED SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES (Hunt'll Salve and Soap), fail in the treatment of Itch, Eczema, Ringworm,Tetter or other itch ing. akin diaeasea. Try this treatment at our risk. HI THAN AN I)RI'(J STORE Esq. E. B Mury of Lancburg. was a pleasant caller at the Picayune office this afternoon. • • • • .Mm Hazzard and Mrs. Mattie Hath coat • >f Laneburg were liere today vis ding their father, i». P Hazzard » • • • Mac Murray in 'The Right to Love" at the Gem last night was well attend til and appreciated by all present. * * * * \ .(. Punic of Mr. Moriah, was a cal b at the Picayune office this morning and will tie a reader of the Pieayune for the year. • • • • Webber Skinner and Isaac Ward of Rosston route were in the city ye* terday afternoon cm their way ro Tex arkana to look at some machinery. m * m m The wolf hunters n o still out and no to the time we go to press we are not able to leant if they have had any < base yet. We trust by tnmorow's i -ue wo may tie able to report Mr. Wolf's rapture. * * • * Mrs. K. I>. Herman and her mother. Mrs I.. ('. La wan. who has been visit ing hero for the past month, spent yes terdav with Mrs. Pagan and Mrs. R. S Wilson. In the afternoon they went over to the Ire plant and had the pleas ure of eating some of that good iee < ream that they know how to make. When you want to have a real pleasant afternoon go to the Prescott Ice plant park, where everything is nice and clean. * * * * Subscribe for the Daily Picayune. I t IS ALE | I hursday Friday and Saturday MAY I 12,13,-14 a i VIOLA DANA \ -IN- = ‘‘CINDERILLA’S TWIN” \ COMING TOMORROW \ KATHEINE M’DONALD [ ‘ THE NOTORIOUS MISS LISLE” f Louis C. Bernays , LITTLE ROCK OPTICIAN ■ Will be at , HESTERLY DRUG STORE Thursday, Friday, Saturday, May 12, 13, 14 , ( | Kryptok Toric Lenses are the best in the market for Far and Near Reading I I Special attention given to children. Examination Free. All work Guaranteed. Office hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1 The splendid rain of last night was highly appreciated by everybody. * * * * Viola Dana in "Cinderilla's Twin" at rhe (Jem tonight promises to be u good one. THUO PICKUP’S. Health is very good at pvcs.nt A '.und er .f our lurg folks attend ed the >; iging at T V Sunday .Miss Jodie M> At -er p it '..'May with Miss Matt ' . • • i V’viai Bevill y !;.i Eubanks and I’erthn Creech ... Saturday aftoi toon will Mrs Li * • i c > Eubauku Mr. and Mrs. Wilt M Ateei attneded ehureh at Hopewell Sunday. Mr. Albert Beaver and family, also Mr Oscar Knight and family spent Sunday with Mr. S. V. Enhanb.x aud iamily. Mr. and Mrs. Olus Boswell visited Don’t Get Sick BUT IF YOU DO, DON’T GET DISCOURAGED Plenty of very efficient physicians. Two City Hospital -AND BUCHANAN DRUG STORE PHONE 67. relatives near Cale Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. A. J. Knight spent last week with her daughter Mrs. Josie Beaver. Tommie. Clyde. Lucile and Vivian were out kodaking Sunday afternoon. Bertha and Mattie Creech and Vivian Bevill yen* the guests of Mr-. Beulah Kirk one evening last week. Mr. Jeff Kirk has purchased a new amberola. -o C. \V. B. M. Tuesday at 3 p. in., with Mr-. It- I Blalely. Subject—TLc Bible and th* VatW The Philippines and Tibet. - Song—89. f’.ihle Study. Pra; • r—By the l eader. '.'••aching the Bible in Titi^c— -Mrs j Stegar. t "h>—• Tell it Again”—Mis-; r^ Newth. reaching the Bible in the Philip lines—Mrs. Livingston. Prayer—Bro. Hall. I.• nlinc—"Mrs. Brent’s X.ey uiirtee”—Mrs. Alspaugh. Benediction. I Leader—Mrs. Cleve Stivers. Children Cry for Fletcher’s iTZI*# "P'TWVTi f if.N /il • 1 III € wn ■ ■ I 'I III ^ W7— VS 1 wj B lap 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 « 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. Tt 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 sletp. The Children's Comfort—The Mother’s Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS In Use or Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF Bank of Prescott as made to Commissioner of Banks of the State of Arkansas at the close of business April 28th, 1921. RESOURCES Loans and Discounts-$748,544.15 Overdrafts_ 665.40 United States Bonds - 86,250.00 Stocks, City and County Warrants- 8,066.12 Due from Insurance Department- 6.68 Building and Real Estate- 8,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures_ 8,232.50 Other Real Estate_ 724.93 CASH AND DEMAND XCHANGE_161,137.66 Total Resources_*._$1,021,627.44 LIABILITIES Capital Stock, fully paid-$ 75,000.00 Surplus, certified- 75,000.00 Undivided Profits, net- 23,935.44 Bills Payable_ 100,000.00 DEPOSITS_ 747,692.00 Total Liabilities_$1,021,627.44 The above statement is correct: THOS. C. McRAE, JR., Cashier.