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§ Telephone Social Items to Picayune..Phone 232. =
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nilllllliniimimmi minim i mum mm"
L. H. Thomas will spend the day n
Hope
• • • •
Miss Vera Phillips N sending th
day in Hope.
• • • •
Rev. s(. W Brown made a business
trip to Nashville.
• • • •
G. P. Sampson of near Pale h :n
the city today
• • • •
Mr. tnd Mr- A. C Cook of Camden
are visiting here.
• • • •
T.nther Armstrong of 8nffnn is a
Prescott visitor today.
• • • •
AV k Tanoev returned thi- morning
from a business trip to Sf Louis
• • • •
Boy Nelson came in this morn ne
from a business trip up the road.
• • • •
Mrs F. M Wheatley of Little Rock.
Is visiting her son 8, R Irvin.
• • • •
Mrs Maude Clark of Gordon, is ri
lling her sister. Mrs Mabel Arnold
• • • •
Rev. C R. Hatch wont to Providence
today, where he will preach tomorrow I
• • • •
Miss Julia Ogden, who ha« been j
nursing P.ill White, went to Conway
today.
Mr« Fred Anderson returned todav
front a visit with her father in Arks
delphia
• • • •
Rev. Then Hall went to Aahtfcisvn
today. He will conduct service* there
Fondas
• • • •
Mrs ,T. S. Stevenson went to Stamps
this morning to visit her daughter
Mr-. Griffin Blakely.
• • • •
Mr. and Mrs. .T L Furlfoy of f'aie
spent last night in the c ty and ar
shopping here today.
• • • •
Miss Marcella Arthur left this ncrii
ing for I.ittle R.tcW, after -pend'ng yes
terday w:th Mrs. .Ino A. I in s -.
« • • •
I,. H. Thomas, the tomato man. ha
opened up an office in Geo. Christo
pher's store. If yon want him .all 201
• • • •
Mrs ft Blood, after a vi- t here
with iter Hunt. Mrs Addle Patterson
left tit's morning for In- home in Ada.
Ok In
• • • •
Mr and Mr- \V G Trigg etime in
tit s morning front Vrkadelphia. Tltey
will motor home in tlte r <nr. wh>h is
here
• » * l
T. B. Burke who im- !■• ••.. )>.. ,• tin
tier the car** of n phv- " • tl • - e*
retnmefl to h - hotn** to - morn I its. it
MeNV:
• « • •
Mr- IV M Goff. • }„, '•
ifing Mr- Bertha U. • <■ ■■
turtle.! fe her home Mii- " t ''
Hope
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Mr- Faina Juluu- • t of p,o glit..n
r'w.l in the city “hi- mornit g F
will v -it « tit her father. .1 \ Ha-ier.
who live- ilear Hope.
• • • •
M «.(•- . 'la ra and Ruby Y.irh* , rs.
who has e ts-eh s -.ting in AiftP ehn.
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; Reduction i
We will give
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| discount on any tailor
j made suit or pants order
j ed by us.
j Call and look our lines
over. We have over 1,000
samples to select from
1
d. [. Barham
immmmminm'iiirnM.......
throngh ho-r- this rooming on ,
ruufo !«> their n Hl6viii>.
• • • •
H E Uou*e ha* enirned from Hot,
g»,p \ j .-[f ; totaled Mi* Shr.ne
i 'iinv-.■litioii
....
j,r j i K<and wife of Okoiona. j
(P. a t..- < ty day They will visit;
their daughter Mr* I W Bo*felt. V- i
f.,r>’ ' heir return.
• • • •
c A Smith, pro* dent of the f,r*t j
S at. P.ank, arrived thi* morning on j
\,, Mr. Smith ha* been attending
the Stir He convention at Hot Spring*.
• • • •
Mr* Venn a Lassiter of El Paso.
Tcta- and Mi** Viola Young of oko
iona. are visiting with I»r. and Mrs.
\V W. Itioe. Mr*. f.as*iter is I>r.
f> *i*rer and Mi*» doling i* hi*
neiee.
• • • •
l(ev Thee Hail ami <»u* Woodal had
unite a collision yesterday in making
the turn around the ‘Brooks place”.
Neither wet*- *eriousl> hurt hut bot.i
car* wero hadly damaged
• • • •
r. B Andrews and W <L Haye> re
turned last night from Little Rock in
Mr Hayes’ car. They report a splen
did time and with the exception 'if
••ongh roads it wa« fair traveling.
• • • •
The gravel road is nearing comple
tion and the people of I’rescott can now
drive IS miles from the city without .
danger of Retting stuck f'nder the
:ib|e management of Tudge Thomas the
gr haulers will - >»)P be looking for I
another job.
• • • •
Tie- Auxier brothers have finished
work on Marlbrook church and it i
Pack safe again and Sunday sc|i***j1 w il
prf. i„.id at lo o'clock tomorrow and -!
r Williams of this city will preael
at H <> * lock hlwing to the >lairing ■ i
done hy rhe great storm the ctm oh has
been clivsed for a month, which ha' be* u |
the only time in more than •*>*' year
that S nnda v siRartil h s' not i*een h* 1
• • • •
Rev W. T Sullivan and wife a. cone
paui*d hy little Maud*- Waller of Wa-it
ington. arrive*! in th*- c ty last mgiir
Mr Sullivan lias been attending the
Scottish Rite meeting ill Little Hook
while his wife and Miss Waller visited
in Searcy Mr. Sullivan left this morn ,
ing for Fulton to fill h ~ npp<> ntuient
there an*l his wife will meet him Mm
(lav at ll*'i**’ on the r return to Wad.
ington.
Money hack without q ;e%t
if HUNT’S GUARANTEED
SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES
H ;ct'i Salve and Soar .
the treatment of Itch. Ecrema,
Ringworm,Tetter r other itch
ing, akin du»e**e«». Try tfcn
treatment at our ri&c
IHLllANtN !>KI <« STORK
Alex KnCKies oi .an
city today.
• • • •
Arthur Irvin of Hope - a Prescott
visitor today.
• • • •
Thurman Rhodes of Hope, is visit
ing in the city today.
• • • •
.1 Rhodes of Weaver is a Pres
cott visitor roday
• * • •
I. F Myer of Huge ok la . is visiting
old friends in Prescott.
• • • •
.1 ..sMo R le\. ashler of the Hope Na
tion;.: Ran, is in the city today.
• • • •
prof. Ashley Ross, superintendent of
schools of Cla.k conury. is in the city
on business.
• • • •
Miss Thelma Yates, a nurse at th-'
Park Sanitarium, left yesterday for
Cordon r«> spend the week-end
• • • •
Subscribe for the Daily Picayune.
Simpson Bros.
BLACKSMITHS AND
WOODWORKMEN
HORSE SHOEING SI.50
ffwks Old Stand
PRESCOTT. : ARKANSAS.
ir
IS ALE
1 I hursday Friday
1 and Saturday
MAY
I 12,13,-14
Si
“l ighting Fate” and “Purple Rders” featur
ing Wiliam Duncan and Joe Ryan..
WILLIAM S. HART
-IN
“THE CRADLE OF COURAGE”
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
Special attention given to children. Examination Free.
All work Guaranteed. Office hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1
John Barham of route 2. is in town
; today.
• • • •
A. J. Westmoreland of Wearer is in
| the city today.
• • • •
B. F Ward of Arcadia is a Pres-j
j cott visitor today.
• • • •
J. M. Waddle and Rev. J. F. White
of Snrton. are in the city today.
• • • •
T P>. Barham, a prominent farmer |
of route 3. in in the city today.
• • • •
The people of Nevada county are j
awaiting with a great deal of interest
definite news of the oil well at Rosa
tom The parties returning yesterday
say there is oil there for a certainty.
Preparations are being made to test it
right away and we hope most any day
now *o hear this news—'Straughan
Well No. 1. Big Producer."
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A
Good Place
To Buy Your
DRUGS,
TOILET ARTICLES,
STATIONERY,
DRINKS,
SMOKES,
INSECTICIDES.
j
BUCHANAN
DRUG STORE
PHONE 67.
Get your reserved seat tickets at
Guthrie’s Drug Store.
• * • •
Tom Yancey is in the city visiting
his brother, W K. Yancey.
• * • *
The Seventh Grade chaeroned by
Mrs. Carl Hines went on a picnic to
day.
• • • •
Mr. VanMeter of Gurdon, was dis
missed from the Prescott Hospital to
day.
• m • •
What happened to Jones? Go anl
see. May 20. at the High School Audi
torium.
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For Infants arsd Children.
Mothers Know That
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Always
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Signature
of
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Use
For Over
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Exact Copy • Wrapper. ci«r4j* zom***t sc* to** z*rr
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 Pavable_ 100,000.00
DEPOSITS_ 747,692.00
Total Liabilities_$1,021,627.44
The above statement is correct:
THOS. C. McRAE, JR., Cashier.

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