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1 I rvu-phan** Social It«*ms to Pieayiuu!,_ Phon*» 232. = S..............MiiimiiiuiiiiiiiiiminiiiiiiiimHmmiiiiimiiiimr: R F Lumpkin went 'n Hop** > rooming >n nsines* m * • • A. H W ix>n - (tending "ix ness n . lone u «i.i • • • • Douglas Brooks <f !-•" •• R‘*’k V;i In the city di s man, i.g. ■ • • • John White made i -us ness , • ■ , Hope *oday • * • * F V Rolf of i.ittle Rtiek, left iere this morning for Rope • • • • F M Wheeler was a Tending to bus iness matters here yesterday. • • • • V. A. -tfewrirt of Hope, was here on business yesterday • • • • .1. A Dunlap of Blevins, was a Pres cott visitor yesterday. • • • • • What happened to Jones” is far above the average of home talent plavs. • • • * Esrjuire Jim Rhodes of Georgia town ship is >n the city today. • • • • V. T. Trigg is attending to business In the city this morning. • • • • Joe Boswell has returned from the Retail Clothier’s Association. • • • • Mr and Mr*. Kline Snyder spent yes terday in Present r. Star "f Hope • • • • Rnr-le Tip Franks vas in town today «n ronte for Stamp* where he '.ill ;*if his son and two daughters • •' • • Lou* Rosenbaum >>t' Fort Worth. 1* in the city today buying and trading for lease* ■ • • • Ft W Barham of fab* * in the eity today He earne n to see ip-v. w' <* Felts, at the Park Sanitarium • • • * Rvelvn Braekeff of Hope who *’• been nsif'ng Mr* t'liff vrnotd •■* turned home rhi* morning. • • • • M .* Flora M« F.i : tml iml U .V) McFarland a ■ u the ly ’•••h » shopping. • • • • “What happened to lone* v 11 be presented at the h gh *ehoo! Fridav night, wit'n an all *tar in*t Fetter eome tf * • • • H \ Cniise of Hope who ha* been In the city attending to husitie** oat ter*, re l ued it ■ Homing The Cool, Clean Klenzo Feeling y-y j/LENZO S' \\ FV pr Jtects the mouth in the natural way. It lo*eps the mouth free from sub stances that fos ter germs, acids and decay. And while it :9 doing this, it im parts that wonder ful Cool, Clean, Klenro Peeling w.uich testifies to its cleansing properties Get a tube to try •cxiay. HAKC mtCOTT ARKANSAS CASTORIA For Infants and Children tolls# For Ovar 30 Years ,!«>«) pasture water, shade all the in- «l.."it» per month Meddle farm a,ip. .,-uc 'own. See Mr. Payne at farm • • • • Ve ne sorry to report that our mint -. ierk. Alg;a Dillard s suffering writ .1 severe <*old. • • • • v ir< glad to note that <1 It. Blake \iiig. Mr Blake s living with i.s daughter. Mrs. Hattie Mae Mat hews on Hast Front streer. • • • • I'irfeh Buchanan and wife will leave his afternoon for Malvern, where they will visit a while with Mrs Buchanan's w rents. Mr and Mrs. D <' Clem. • • • • T.. W House of Glen rose. Texas, went o F.mmet this morning to visir with Mr Whaley and wife. He has been •isiting friends here and at ''ale for he pnstl two weeks. • • • • Hon. C B Andrews- -the big Chief— it rue Prescott 1 tatty Picayune, and his ton-in-law Mr W G Hayes, were >rominent visitors to Okolona Friday, i tkolona Messenger. • • • • Mr. Fred Anderson was here from f*resentt Monday, on .1 rlsir to his nottaer. Mrs. Judge E. W Anderson ind his brother. <iahe D. Anderson.— ikolona Messenger , • a • • Mr and Mrs, Tliomas Kinser and lit le daughter Margaret and Mrs. F O leathern go motored ro F^esrott dun lay for a visit to Mr. J M. Kinser and dr md Mrs J. j> Morrison.—dtar of Hope, • • • • \f ,»rid Mv< .1 f Younsr. and da ugh \T -s i \[in \ndnkw< and M iss Mildred Anderson noiored over yesterday from Okolona n Mr Young's ar Mrs, Young is a -ter ,,f fir Ki<e and Miss Anderson - i sist.-r of Mr Fred Anderson, of h s city « • • • 1'he c'iimmeneenient sermon for the il Iona high sehoot. prem-hed if 'he U'-!liedist Hiureh las" Sunday by I >r riieo F (Fall, of F’reseoft, was one of erv l«‘sf that ve have even heard delivered by any man. at any time or place on a similar occasion—It was a great masrerpfeee. and nothing less than that.—Okolona Messenger * * • • Even rhe raveling opera troops that have played onr city have never pro dnced a bill that can compare with •What happened to Jones.’’ rf « • 0 m Mr W. K Buchanan was itere from Ibescott again Monday, and that af ternoon Drayman 'bites was hauling ■ "often mi he station from barns and •nekyards. where it had been held for in these many days The Messenger considers Mr Buchanan has done this ' community a splendid service n buying ip rhe holdover cotton. though the price l>e cheap. He would jusr as glad ly pay -,o cents for it. if the market 'would permit him to do so.—Okolona Messengo • W. M Davis of <’aie Star Rente was n the city today oil business • • • • Mrs W R Crowe and children of Little Rook. are rhe guests of Mi's. Crowe’s Hint. Mrs E. M. Frisby. • • • • Mrs | F. Winnas and children left today for Maheer. Texas. Mrs Winnas goes to Maheer to join iier husband, who is working in rhe oil field, tibe has lieen visiting Mrs. M. D. Ector, here. • • • • Miss Marcella” Arthur arrived to day on So. She will be the guest of Mis FT. R. McKenzie while in 'he city. Miss Arthur s here in the interesr of The Child Welfare work, which is be mg demonstrated here this week. ♦ • • • Hon. \V. V Tompkins is i<«oking after business matters in Mr. lda> today • • • • r. \V Hill of Nashville, is n the eltv today. • • • « K. I.. ('ox had business n * (kolona yestertjav • • • • Subscribe for the Da ly P:car;ne. Simpson Bros. BLACKSMITHS AND WOODWORKMEN HORSE SHOEING *1 50 j W*ek* Old Stand PRESCOTT. : ARKANSAS. TH E 3 ! * A i I Is Now Open [hose who enjoy swimming will he glad to hear this good news. We ask you to visitour store and see our line of Bathing Suits, Caps and Shoes for men. women, hoys, girls and children, on display and at very attractive prices. BUY A SUIT AND TAKE A PLUNGE Prescott Mercanttile Co. KATHERINE M’DONALD -IN “CURTAIN” iiHiiiiimmiiiiiiiiimiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiii Mrs. M. H. Bailey is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Williams, at Conway .... H. B. Aimand of Sutton, is in rhe city today. • • • • Sam and Forrest Westmoreland of Weaver are here orwh tininess today. • » • • Jesse Silvey of Willisville, is in town today. .... We are glad to learn that Evv Ward is improving from his awident at rhe gravel pit several weeks ago .... There will he a meeting of the Ark ansa' National Guard at rlcotfs Hail tonight for drill. .... C p. Myer. Col. .Straughan. Lester .Srraughan ind D W Ramsey of Hous ton spent last night in our city. A I Good Place To Buy Your DRUGS, TOILET ARTICLES. STATIONERY, DRINKS, SMOKES. INSECTICIDES. BUCHANAN DRUG STOR£ PHONE «7. j C. L. »'nimby of route H. is a Prescott 1 visitor today. • • • • Jim Rike of Blevins is in the city To day. • • • • Mr and Mrs. D. A. Cook returned to; Mieir home in Camden this morning. • • • • < OMMI MTY MEETING. Tomorrow night at he court house at s o'clock. Dr. Frances H. Bradley will lecture. Dr. Bradley is the spec alist of the*(.’hild Welfare Special and will give yon something worth while. The public is cordially invited._ Legal Blanks fori Sale at This Office Wiiit S«iaethiiigi Ad vertise for it in these columns Cfrsaren 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. sonai supervision since its inraacy. ,#wr7/* 'crit'ti, Allow no one to deceive you in thi. AH Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good ” are but Sxperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. Never attempt to relieve your baby withg remedy that you would use for yoursell What is CASTORIA Castorta 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 m 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. 3ENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS (Bears the Signature of _ ■ Jn Use r or~Over 30 Years The K'nrt You Have Always Bought r*MTAU« COMPANY, MCW >ORK i’TV, 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 3uildingr 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.OC DEPOSITS_ 747,692.00 Total Liabilities_$1,021,627.44 The above statement is correct: THO& C. McRAE, JR., Cashier.