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YQL i_NO. 113 PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS, FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1921 PRICE FIVE CENTS The Money BANK Eever think of a bank as a money store? A store where you buy money, sell money, loan money, borrow money and leave your money for safe keeping. The Bank of Prescott provides first of all. an absolutely safe place where your money may be protected from loss by fire or theft. And, following hard upon safety, we offer you a banking service which we insist shall at all times be wili ng, con siderate and courteous. Drop into our store at any time 1 BANK OF PRESCOTT Prescott, Arkansas f! ORMER GOVERNOR SUFFERS RELAPSE Weakened from a recent relapse. Dr. *harles H. Brough, former governor, esterday was removed to St. Luke’s ospital. where blood transfusion pro ably will be made today. At a consul Station of physicians yesterday it was Specified to perform tin* transfusion I Iprhen the former governor regains a Hlttle more strength. Several of bis Hriends have offered their blood. I Following the recent relapse an in l Section was found in the governor’s 1 ^Wde. and his strength lias been deelin ^pig Physicians yesterday were hope In! that the transfusion will effect a prided improvement. Knight Brough, f Vicksburg. Miss, brother of the ex nvernor. is expected here today.—Ga f -(V FRIENDS. I song to sing and a crust to share I With a friend or two ; I smile to give and a gi ef to bear |W tli a friend or two; I re;,.! to walk and a goal to.win. b inglenook to find comfort in, kc g ddest hours that we know begin ■With a friend or two. | —Wilbur I) Nesbit. t scribe for the Daily Picayune. “GETTING THE MOST OUT OF RETAILING" Mr. A. Darusmont. Jr., a representa tive of the National Cash Register com pany. of Dayton, Ohio, is in the city and is making arrangements with the Chamber of Commerce for bringing to Prescott the noted lecture. •'Getting the Most out of Retailing." The lecture is principally for busi ness men. merchants and clerks, and, from reports from other cities, it is one of the most interesting and instruc tive lectures of its kind ever put out on the road. The lecture outfit consists of an ad vance man. a lecturer, and an operator. Seven large trunks are required to transport the equipment of motion pie ture machines, films, etc. The Chamber of Commerce is to be j congratulated for securing this well known lecture, as it will be of vast benefit to the merchants and clerks of the city. The date has been fixed for Tuesday evening June 7. and will be given in i Scott's llall. There will be no charge for admission. C N Starnes of Bluff City came in today and made bond for Dan Robin son. colored, who was hound over last week from Squire Burns court for making whisky. miiiiiiiimiiimimiiiimiimiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimc Buy Your Summer I Supply Now OF EVERYTHING YOU NEED. THAT I BOY'S OR MEN WEAR, WHILE OUR I STOCK IS COMPLETE. 1 .Prices Wrecked! Profits Smashed! I Cost Forgotten! | Remember the place, always right on the | price. | IOC BOSWELI | ** THE CLOTHIER “ Home of Hart-Schaffner & Mara Clothes. Phone 190. Prescott, Arkansas | ... AN APPEAL This is the picture of Old ] stroyed in the recent tornado April 15, 1921. This was a got people as ever lived. This was nual conference was to conven this church but they, themselve homes were blown away. So the way of household good and the trail of this storm was blov one family consisting of four, 2 killed in the storm. Many was church is in the sanitarium no1 At least we can not build ' asking you to show this to your help to build this church. A conference will enable us to re all donations to HARVEY CASH USES HATCHET Karly this morning in a fight at Pe Oray between Harvey Cash. 22 years old. son of J. L. Cash, and Pr. Lassi ter. years old, young Cash struck the doctor on the head with a hatchet and fractured his skull. Sheriff Fran cis was notified and went at once to Petlray and placed Harvey Cash under arrest, charged with assault and brought him to town He w^s accom panied by Ids father who gave bond in the sum of $1,ot)0 and Cash was liber ated. The preliminary hearing will lo before Justice Bozeman in Ibis city next Tuesday T »r Lassiter was brought to town and an operation was perform ed on his skull this afternoon at th* sanitarium of Prs. Townsend and Townsend, and it is thought the pa tient will recover. From the reports it appears that someFme Wednesday Ha vey ('asli and l>r. Lassiter made a deal whereby tie former bought the little store of Dr. Lassiter and paid down to bind the bargain It was understood that the sale called for certain goods and fixtures in tlie building This morn ing (’ash went to the store to assist the doctor to pack up such goods as were not included in the sale, and to take possession of the store He states that the doctor was packing up and crat ing certain articles that were includ ed in the transfer, and remonstrated with tiit* doctor The doctor contend ed that the goods he was taking were not Included in the sale. Pash then asked for a receipt for the money he had paid down on the goods, or the return of the money. It fa reported that the doctor said lie did not care to give a rece pt and would not return thi> money, and continued the work of crathig goods If is said that‘words followed and ('ash knocked the doctor down. On arising. Lassiter, it is re ported'. started after a gun and was seized by Cash who had taken up a hatchet that was near. Dr Lassiter had a handsaw with which he struck Cash. Then Cash made use of the hatchet and struck the doctor on the head several t mes fracturing the skull in two place>. Harvey Cush was taken before .Tns tiee Bozeman who set. the date for the preliminary hearing on May 17. and placed ids bond at $1,000 which his father gave and the two returned home today. J. L. Cash is a prominent and highly respected farmer of the DeOray neighborhood. — Arkadoiphia Daily News. -o Thomas Walker, Lum Carter and Pat Carter of Bluff City, were Pres cott visitors today. Macedonia church, that was de that struck near Blevins, Ark., »d church, composed of as good the church where our next an e. The people wish to rebuild 5, are not able, as many of their ne of them lost everything in some stock and all buildings in n away. I held a funeral over children, husband and wife, all injured, some members of this v. his church without help. I am people and appeal to them for little from every church in the build. Will you help us. Send REV. W. M. MEARS, Prescott, Arkansas. GOOD SHOWING AT ROSSTON WELL It semes as if today might he a lucky day for Nevada county in bringing in a big gusher at Kosston. as it is Friday the 13th. and the well is situated in township 13, on Mr. Luck’s farm. A number of oil enthusiasts seem to fed the same way about it as they left l’rescott this morning to be present at the reported testing of tin; Stranghan Well No. 1. There is an excellent showing of oil at the depth of 1105 feet. Materials wore ordered for the testing and part of them have arrived. Colonel Stranghan is always on tin* alert and not going to let an oppor tunity pass to give Nevada county a gusher. The formation at this location, it is reported, is the same as it is at HI Lo nnie. and there seems to he no doubt hut it will he A No. 1 oil well. We are 'anxiously awaiting a defnito report from those visiting the well. -n CLARA SMITH IS GIVEN $10,000 CASH Los Angeles. Cal.. May 12.- A settle ment was effected today l>y which Clara Smith Ilamon relinquishes all claim to the estate of Jake L. Ilamon, of whose murder -he was recently acquit ted by an Oklahoma jury, it was an nounced by her attorney. J. IV Cham pion. “An agreement," the lawyer said "has been signed between Frank L Ketch, administrator of the estate of Jake L. Ilamon. and Clara Smith 11a 1 mon, whereby the consideration of $10. 000 cash, she relinquishes all claim to ! the estate of Harnon. the agreement rec • ngnizing as valid certain rights which the records show are vested in her. "These are specified royalties and leases in the Hewitt Oil company n the Henldton oil field of Central county land other interests In Stephens, (tenter and Cotton counties, from which Clara j Smith Ilamon now is drawing revenue. Those ’'ntc ests are recognized in doc uments signed by Jake L. Ilamon " The attorney said present revenues from these holdings are ample to take can* j of his client. -o TODAY is “NATIONAL HOSPITAL DAY Washington. May 12.—Eight thous and hospitals in the United States to day celebrated the birthday of Flor ence Nightingale as “National Hospital Day." --o Prof. Garland Starnes of Bluff City, Is In the city today looking after bns iness matters ^iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiimiiimimminmuh 1 SENSATIONAL SHOE SALE | on low Shoes | The styles are good, consisting of Oxfords, Ties, | plain Pumps, in black, brown, gray, and patent leather. | These shoes range in price from $8.50 to $13.50 r and is without a doubt the biggest bargain ever offered = in Prescott. ! We have bunched these shoes and made a flat jjj price and the entire line at $4.95 | PER PAIR. 5 See our window and select your style while the siz 5 es are good. I Hitt Drv Goods Co. FILM IS RIOUGIIT HERE BY AIRPLANE The first delivery of a motion pic ture on rush order for use in a Little Hock theatre was made yesterday when a Curtiss ship, piloted by H. M. McGraw and .T. II. Sharp, brought from Dallas the film. “The Gilded Lady.” featuring Mae Murray, which was started on a run at the Capitol last night. Airplane delivery was necessitated when it was found at 11 o'clock yes terday morning that an error in the distributing office of the Southern En terprises at Dallas had caused the omission of the film from a container that was sent by express. The con tainer arrived full of advertising ma terial. Manager Harris telephoned to Dal las at 11:30 and at noon Pilots Mc Graw nnd Slinrp were en ro.ute here. They arrived at 5 o’clock, having made stops at Naples. Texas, and Prescott, Ark., for gas. Their actual flying time was four and one half hours. The flyers will leave this morning for Dallas.—Gazette. The airplane passed through Pres eott. yesterday afternoon and County Clerk Alg'a Dillard said he would like* to have gone along, but he could not make the Pilot hear him. -o CHILD WELFARE SPECIAL. The Child Welfare Special will be in Nevada county two weeks begin ning Monday. it bus been termed Health on Wheels" and is everything he name implies, for it brings the communities where it visits, a realiza tion of the needs and welfare of the child. The committees here nre working ; hard to make every moment that it is | in Nevada county count. We want so much ■ to feel immediately the re sults of the teaching and advice the doctor and nurse of the Special will give us. i Mothers and fathers of the county , with children of pre-school age should I watch carefully the time and place of the visit; of the special and be there ' promptly witli their children for ex 1 nminatlon. j Any information will be gladly giv en by calling or writing to Mis. Sain <> Logan, Prescott. Ark. -o AT THE HOTELS. The Bratton- It W. Wing: W. A. Thompson, Searcy: Tlios. W. Buens, Little Rock : Frank Jones, Texarkana: Jas. Bn utter: K. E. Holland. Little Hook : T. J. Phillips, Blevins; J. D. Moore; I. It Jones, Arkndelphia : I. L. 1 Pomcrev, Little Hock : M. Roiile.v, St. I Liuis: it Fairchild, Rosston; Chas. L. Holt. Hope; J. M. Campbell. Little Rock : I). W. ltiedny. Kansas City, Mo , E. M. Sharp, city. The New Park Andrew Moore. Pine Bluff: Mss Ruby Mendenhall, Ham burg: W. P. Larekett. Camden: C. O. Hill: J It Pave. Nashville: A I>arns moiit. r . Cincinnati: W II. Caddo, Little Rock: Have llipsh Sandusky, (i. ; F. T. Fowler. Little Rock: J. M. Aril rev. Texarkana: C. I’. Butler. Lit tle Hock : B. J Duke. Texarkana ; E. J. I Baker. St. Louis: Isaac Lawenhauft; I C. C Magee and wi’ ■. Nixon. Texas. -o Mrs. H. L. Calloway returned to her home at Emmet today, after visiting | friends here. Keep the t? BALANCE IN YOUR FAVOR. The present HIGH COST OF LIVING has made it difficult for many of us to strike an even balance between our INCOMES and EXPENSES. Care in buying your daily needs will lighten the burden and by taking advantage of the merchandise we handle your DOLLARS will TIP the BEAM in YOUR FAVOR. W. K. Buchanan & Co.