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Telephone Social Items to Picayune,-Phone 232. AA\ T. Hood of Emmet is a visitor here today. * * * * A. S. AA'ells is attending to business in Hope today. ♦ * * * A\\ G. Hayes made a business trip to Arkadelplda. ♦ * * * AV. II. MeBryde made a business trip to Hope today. * * * * E. A. Hensley went to Highland tins morning on business. * • * * AA'. F. Denman made a business trip to Arkadelphia today. • * * * Geo. Taylor returned this morning to his home In Texarkana. * * * * Mrs. Lon Edwards will spend the week-end visiting in Emmet. * * * * W. L. White and Capt. Rhodes of ' Cale are visitors here today. • • • • Oil cloth 25c ynrd. Sample Shoe j Store. C 7 5t • » • • Call by number. * • * • * * * * Lee Rattle of Emmet was in the city for a few hours this morning. • • * * Hoyt Graham of Arkadelphia. "as a business visitor here yesterday. * * * • T. R. Burke of McNeil, was in the city today to consult with the Hrs. Buchanan. a * * * jno. A. Davis left this morning for El Dorado, where he will attend t.> business matters. * * * • Kings Thread, 3 spools for 10c Sam ple Shoe Store. 0 7 5t • • • • Subscribe for the Daily IMcayune. Kodak Finshing Enlargment Any customer who has one or more orders amounting to 7"> cents or over we will give free one .7x7 enlargement from any negative he may present if same will make a good enlargement. BUCHANAN DRUG STORE PHONE «7. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of Accept No Substitutes for Thedford’s BLACK-DRAUGHT Purely Vegetable Liver Medicine F.9 J. C McCain and Will Venison, prominent salesmen of Texarkana were in the city today. * * * * Mrs. Mollie Francisco left this morn ing for Shreveport. La., where she will visit her daughter. * * * * X We will save you money on anything we sell in Dry Goods and Shoes. Sam pie Shoe Store. 0 7 5t ft ft ft ft I Mrs. <». L. Lafferty ami children came in tliis morning from Emmet to : visit Madison Stewart and family. * * * * Mis> Eunice White will leave tomor row for Little Rock, whore she will visit Miss Clara Byrd for a few days. * * • * Dr. < *. G. Hirst. Miss Beulah No lan, Ed "Barham and Miss Gertrude Davis are enjoying a fishing trip today. Saturday Special ."Or Voile for 20c: 35c Voile for 15c: 1'alm I teach Hats for 10c. Farmers Supply (’oiupuny. * * # ♦ Mr. and Mrs. R. Morehead re turned *o their home in Winthrop. after a visit here the guests of Robt. More head and family. * * * » Mrs. E. .1. Richman of IVheelen Springs returned home this morning after visiting here the past week with her daughter. * * 0 * L. Gordon Hastings, the sanitary en gineer in charge of th emalarial control They may not believe you but the pictures prove it. And the Kodak rec ord of your catch does more than merely “con vince” your friends. Per manent and personal, it becomes a pleasant re minder of your outing. Take a Kodak with you While any Kodak is compact, the Vest Pocket Kodak with belt case particularly appeals to the sports man. He wears the camera on his belt. The V. P. K. cost9 £8.00, the belt case £0.75. GUTHRIE’S DRUG STORE. We Want Yon to keep in mind the fact that in addition to printing this news paper we do job work of any kind. When in need of anything in this line be sure To &ee Us Simpson Bros. BLACKSMITHS AND WOOD WORKMEN HORSE SHOEING $1.50 Week* Old Stand PRESCOTT, : ARKANSAS. The Way to Happiness Happiness is not a place. It is not a thing. It is a relation be tween things. We discover it most easily at the end of the path of daily unselfishness when we pass under the shining arch, ‘Help Another Every Day.” Do a Good Turn Daily Help the blind or feeble man to cross the street. Carry the packages home for that little old woman. Give a pleasant smile to the clerk who waits upon you. You will feel better and they will. Greet the world with a smile and it will smile back. Christianity is founded on love to others. Attend the church of your choice Sunday and discover by daily effort what the true measure of Christianity involves. work here went to Prescott this morn ing.—Siftings Herald. The Arkansas National Guards will leave tonight for a hike. They will hike to Main Springs, spend 'he night and return tomorrow. If you are thinking of building or j buying a home see me for 3 per cent money, J. S, Regan, 202 West Front street. 6 7 tf • « • ■ It. H. Thacker of Texas, lias been lure for the past few (lays. He is a marble engraver, and is working for \V. H. McBryde, the monument man. Mrs. John P. Cox will go to Prescott Friday for a visit to her neice Miss Gertrude Davis, being a guest for one of her nuptial parties.—Star of Hope. * * * * Miss Beulah Greesoa of Prescott, is the guest of Miss Ethel Arnold, having been selected us one of the bridesmaids at the ArnoldDavis wedding next Wed Money back without question if HUNT’S GUARANTEED SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES (Hunt’s Salve and Soap!,fail in | the treatment ofltch. Eczema, Ri neworm,Tetter orotherltcn ine skin diseases. Try trie treatment at our risk. BUCHANAN DRUG STORE Months Old:-: I, C. B. ANDREWS, DO SOLEMNLY SWEAR THAT I AM OWNER AND PUB LISHER OF THE DAILY PICAYUNE, AND THAT SAID PAPER IS FIVE MONTHS OLD, AND THAT THE BONAFIDE CIRCULATION IS NOW SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO BE FORE ME THIS JUNE 6, 1921. (seal) ALEX VAUGHAN, Notary Public. nesday.—Star of Hope. ^ A A if Saturday Special 50c Voile for 20c; 35c Voile for 15c; Palm Beach Hats for 40c. Farmers Supply Company. * * * * ! All coton hosiery 15c pair at Sanmple i Shoe Store. Don’t fail to call phone by number. Notice to Teachers I will hold the regular quarterly ex amination for teachers at Prescott, June 10, 17 C. M. Hirst, 5_2fl tf County Examiner * * * * Judge A. M. Denman and Nat Martin of l’roscott, stopped over here yesterday on route home from a visit to the Jones well and other places of oil interest.— Star of Hope. instead of once a weke, the Plcay Hue will come to yon 6 times a week. The *• 1 Advertise! Article ' is one m which the chant himself has implicit faith—else he will notai vertise it. You are safe in patronizing the mer< chants whose ads appear in this paper because thS goods are up to date and1 not shop worn. ; ; . Cii^dren 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 sonal supervision 6ince 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 withe remedy that you would use for yourseli p What is CASTORIA Castoria 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 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 sleep. The Children’s Comfort—The Mother’s Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS TH g C g NTAUW COMPANY, N»W YOWK £!▼¥, _ GEM THEATRE TODAf. DOROTHY DALTON —IN— “A ROMANTIC ADVENTURESS" COMING TOMORROW MARY MILES MINTER —IN— “THE LITTLE CLOWN” What Shall I O Get for Dinner , It is the eternal question which every house wife must solve each day. Our great variety of Groceries makes a quick " decision easy and wearisome duplications unnecssary. The freshness of our eatables makes them ex tremely palatable, and their purity insures the greatest of health giving properties. Let us have your Grocery orders. Geo. Christopher PHO£JE371.