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Telephone Social Items to Picayune,. Phone 232. FRANK JOHNSON. A message for farmers at Chautau «ua. W. H. West of Emmet. Is in the city today. * » • • IS. A. Foster of route 4 is in town i today. • • • • Frank Martindale of Emmet, is in the 7 I city today. • • • • H. B. Almnnd of Sutton is in the city today • • • • Sid Buchann is now with Hesterly Drug Store. • • • • Be sure to attend the Band Concert tonight. • •MO Colon Wylie went to Ourdon today on business. • • • • B. H. Logan made a business trip to Delight today. • • • • J. B. Phillips of route 5 is a visitor in our city today. • • • • Miss Madeline Youmans of Emmet, Is in the city today. • • • • Robert Fairchild of Itosston is in Prescott on busness. • • • • Miss Myrtle Lynch will spon 1 a few days visiting in Texarkana MAMA Virgil Ogden returned this morning to his home in Manning. Ark. • • • a Mr. and Mrs. J. H Griffin of Hlnff City, are visitors here today • • • a Levi Moore motored over to High land this afternoon on business. • • • a Fred Fuller of Prescott, was a visi tor to the city today.—Siftings Herald. a a a a Miss Tannic Wilson, who has been teaching this jiast term at Jonesboro, is spending her vacation with her mother. a a a a Geo. Fast was called to Delight this morning on account of the illness <>f his father. a a a a Miss Mae Duke well l*e hostess to the 1916 Club. Wednesday morning at 9:90 • • • • The Presentt Hand will give their opening concert tonight at S o'clock, j lit the city park. • • • • Sheriff Luke Steele left last night for Dallas, where he will abend to bus iness matters * • • • Mrs. J. H Moore left this morning for Arkadelphia. when- she wdl visit her nephew. I). H Hrown. • • • • Arthur Finley went to Arkadelphia today, where he will finish painting the Mutt and Jeff car. a a a a Judge George R. Haynie of Prescott, motored down here late Saturday after- j Simpson Bros. BLACKSMITHS AND WOOD WORKMEN HORSE SHOEING $1.50 Weeks Old Stand PRESCOTT. : ARKANSAS. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children In Use ForOver 30 Years Always bears the Signature of llllllllllllimimiiiiiimiMiimimiiimmin noon to meet his brother, who accoin panied him liome.—Star of Hope. • • • • Miss Ora Gorman of Hope is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. H. B. Hanna berry. * • • • T. E. Deaton has a chair in Stivers Barber Shop, where lie will lie pleased to meet his friends. • • • • Mr and Mrs. S. A. Womack and son, Virgil W., of Hope are spending the day with Mrs. I’. II. Herring. • • • • Dr. W. W Rice returned fm.n \rka dolphin this morning, where In* attend ed the Henderson-Brown Alumni * • • • W. G. Hayes, left this morning for Junction City, where lie will visit his parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. M Hayes. • • • • Miss Kurd Posey returned to her home in Prescott this morning after spending a week with her sister, Miss Ola Posey.—Arkadelpbia Dally News • • • • Craig Williams is in Arkadelpbia to day in the interest of the Thomas Pick le company. • • • • D. O. Blizzard of the First State Bank, returned today from a visit to home in Texas. • • • • II. E. Rouse and D. L. McRae made I a business trip to Texarkana today. • • • • Mr. and Mrs. Dolplius Whitten, of Gurdon. were visitors to Hope yester day afternoon, making the trip by au tomobile.—Star of Hope. • • • • Mrs. Irvin Nelson and daughter, Pauline, returned this morning from Reirne, where they have been visiting Mrs Nelson’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. 8. Nelson. • • • • Monroe Denman of Rolf, Okln., is j visiting liis brother, Judge A. M Den man. Mr. Denman was in business here for a number of years and i tseems quite natural to see him on our streets | again . • * • • Mrs. E. S Whaley and daughter, Mary Lou, spent last night in the city the guest of Mrs. G. It. Haynie. Mrs Whaley has been visiting in ltceder and was en route to her home in Em met TH E STORE -:-S UMMER-: Is Here at Last* It looked as if summer would never come. But it’s here now, and It’s come with such a rush that everyone begins to feel the IMME DIATE need of lightweight, cool wearables. And we prepared for just such demands of our customers. We knew that summer would come, and when it did come there would be a rush for light-weight clothes and other things, so you may be sure that this is to be again known as TUB SUMMER STORE.. You will find plenty of summer things on view throughout the store. An early visit makes selection much easier than if you defer purchasing until later. - Prescott Nlercanttile Co. - A New Grape Drink And it is a dandy too. Everybody that drinks it comes back after more. If you like grape try a grape julep. We are now bottling the best line of flavors we ever bottled, every one the best in its class. You don’t have to walk but a few steps to find a place where they are sold. That is not all of it either, the price is 5c. per iiettie Prescott Ice Co. Phono 56. k “THE MAGNIFICENT BRUTE” COMING TOMORROW Louis B. Myers Presents ANITA STEWART “HARRIET AND THE PIPER” Wm. Davis of Cale, Is a visitor in our city today. • • • • Charlie Barnett of Washington is calling on the merchants here. • • • • A. T. Hubbard of Beard’s Chapel is in the city today trading. • • • • Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Crossly of Lit tle Rock are visiting Mrs. Crossly’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ghas Litton. • • • ♦ Chester White of Fine Bluff is in the city visiting Joe Bryan and calling on the merchants. • • • * Bluford Barksdale arrived today from El Dorado, lie will spend to night with home folks, at Itosston. • • • • Mesdames E. E. Gordon and Fred Powell will entertain at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Gordon in honor of Tell Us or Telephone Ice Cream iiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Vanilla and Fruit Ice Cream for home eat ing. It’s here easy to get as can be. Tell us or tel ephone and we’ll see that you get what you want when you want it. BUCHANAN DRUG STORE PHONE <7. the bride-elect, Miss Gertrude Davis. • • • • Don't miss the Band concert at the Park tonight at 8 o’clock. Good mu sic, cool breezes, plenty of seats. • • • • Those enjoying fishing trips today are, Mr. and Mrs. Jim White, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Bolton. J. Hamilton and Geo. Christopher. * • • • Wade Willis will arrve tonight from Arkadelpliia, where he has been attend ing Ouachita college. While in the city he will be the guest of Fred Fuller. • • • • Miss Grace Vick left this morning for Fordyce. She was accompany by Misses Mary Helen and Fra* Mays, her nieces, who have been ing here for the past few weeks. • • • • Notice to Teachers I will hold the regular quarterly „ animation for teachers at Prescoa June 16, 17 C. M. Hii*t^ 5-26 tf County Examlte • • • • Miss Eva Socol returned to Gurd<, tliis morning after a few days via here. She was accompanied by ^ Evelyn Friedman of Texarkana. • • • • Subscribe for the Daily Picayune CASTORIA For Infants and Child en. Mothers Know That ! _Genuine Castoria |f|| Always jSfttjj tingthoSiomachsanuiip^l gggjg the £ ‘ j f Thereby Promoting Digestion Signature Cheerfulness and RestXontau» neither Opium,Morphine nj rtf Mineral. Not Nabcotic U1 jke^e ufOldDcSA^aiJJ^aiB. | JHanpkin V ; j Senna 1 I JkxbU* Sain I _|i| MistSead- I W$\ If'Crtj Canfi*t&9£' I j||6 *■*> kihiiiwA’tf ' AhipWRcmedyfor E!-ef Constipation and Diarrhoe §s<t®£ and Feverishness and ** for Over facsimile Signaw^,0* JSSL Thirty Years vnvT VORK-^ * CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. -»<i ccw'iJ* conoiiir 'tm row* vrr 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-I_ 100,000.00 DEPOSITS_ 747,692.00 Total Liabilities-$1,021,627.44 The above statement is correct: TH06. C. McRAE, JR., Cashier.