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Daily picayune. (Prescott, Ark.) 1908-1921, June 30, 1921, Image 4

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Last week the circus and
Senflr Ted, the daring
gym nast, holds one death
defying pose while sister
Jane makes his picture.
A Brownie
in the hands of your young
sters gives pictures that throw
the charm of childhood in
strong relief. Good pictures,
too—a Brownie is such a
simple little camera to use
that any child can get real
results from the start.
Brountts $2.00 up
Autographic‘Kodats $8.00 up
Sid Cole, the popular cocoa cola and
soda water dispenser of our city left
on No. 32 this morning for Ourdon.
• • • •
Give u* your orders Friday and Sat
urday. for we will be closed all day
Monday, July 4. Geo. Christopher.
• • • •
Give us yotrtr orders Friday and Sat
urday, for we will lie closed all day
Monday, July 4. Geo. Christopher.
Telephone Social Item to Picayune,-Phone SS.
Something to think about.
• • • •
Miss F,lizal»eth Hamby is visiting in
Hope today.
• • • •
W. G. Hayes made a business trip
to Hope today.
• • • •
j. p. Otwell of Union township, is a
visitor here today.
E. E. Rudy of Rudy. Ark., is a busi
ness visitor here today.
• • • •
W L. Britt of Boughcon. motored
over to our city totlay.
• • • •
Thurman McDaniel went to Gordon
this morning on No. 32.
• • • •
Mrs. Floyd Hubbard and baby are
visitors in Hope today.
Something to think about.
• • • •
Miss Luoile Hays is visiting friends
in Hope for a few days.
• • • •
M. Fuller of Hope spent a few hours
in the city this morning.
• • • •
W. f. Nutt, and little daughter Ruth
are spending the day in Hope.
• • • •
Mrs J. M McFarland of Emmer was
a visitor in our city today.
A. P. Creech, Si Eubanks and Mr
Knight of Then, are visitors here today
| Miss Lois May of Fort Tow>on. is
the guest of Miss Georgia Marsh.
• * • •
Mrs Alice Lawrence and children
I left today for her new home in June
! t'on City. Ark While here Mr*. Law
i rente was the guest of Mrs. David
i Stewart and family.
Nelson’s Jewelry Store Will be Clos
ed all day, Monday, July 4th.
• lit
J. T. McGough and daughter, Miss
Mary of Lane burg ar ein the city to
• « • •
J. B. Hamilton of Emmet spent a
few hours here this morning on bus
• • • •
Wheeler Gordon came in this morn
ing on No. 32 from a business trip
south. ,
• • • •
Miss Chlora Holt of Nashville is
visiting R. I Stewart and family of
this city.
• • • •
Mrs. • E. M. Raines and Mrs. S. E.
Bane left this morning for a visit in
• • • •
Gould Wilson went north this morn
ing to call on his many customers
along the line.
• • • •
L. M. Smith of Stamp' was here this
morning on business. He left on No.
35 for Hope.
• tit
Esquire W. S. Daly of Bodeaw. was
in the city today. en route to Little
Rock on business.
• • • •
Thomas Pickle company, phone No
• • • •
Fred Guthrie came in la't night, left
on No 32 this morning for points north
returning tonight.
• • • •
I. H Thomas, produce jobber, is
loading a car of mixed vegetables for
immediate shipment.
• • • •
It. C Calmer of Pine Bluff is expect
ed to rarive today fo ra visit with his !
brother R T. Palmer.
We Have Theee
'lew Victor Records for July
We we waiting for you to come in and hear them played. They are the beet music—Victor music.
If you cannot come now. send at once for the illustrated booklet describing them.
An Open Secret Frances Aid* 64960
Quartet in C Minor—Allegretto (Brahms) Flon**l*y Quartet 74t>85
Sonnambula-Come per me serene (Oh. Love, for Me Thy Power)
Amelita Galli-Curd 74644
Serenade (Dode-Moeikowski) Mabel Garrison 64966
Favorita—Spirto gentil (Spirit so Fair) Beniamino Gigli <46oo
Gypsy Airs. No. 1 (Serasatc) Violin Jascha Haifats 74689
Meiody in A Major (General Chas. G. Dawes) Violin Frit* Kreisler 64961
Don Carlos—Dio, che nell’ alma infondere (Friendship Duet)
Giovanni Martinelii and Giuseppe De Luca 69160
Beneath the Moon of Lombardy John McCormack 64962
Prelude in G Sharp Minor (Rachmaninoff) Piano Sergei Rachmaninoff 64963
Turkish March from "The Ruins of Athens” Piano Olga Samaroff 64965
Symphony No. 1, in C Major—Finale (Beethoven)
Arturo Toscanini and La Scala Orchestra 74690
Love Sends a Little Gift of Roses Reinald Werrenrath 64964
Monastery Bells
It Was the Time of Lilac
I’m Going to Marry 'arry
O’er the Hills to Ardenteny
Marche Romaine
(lj Gavotte in B Flat (Handel)
Salut d’Amour (Love's Greeting)
Invitation - Waltz Whistling
(1) Heavenly Aida (from "Aida”)
(trom "Martha”) Oboe Solo
(4) Miserere (from "Trovatore”) Cornet Solo
(1) Song to the Evening Star (from ”1 annhauser”)
Merle Aicock) ,c
Elsie Baker/43-47
Sir Harry LauderUr i ao
Sir Harry Lauder/
Victor Orchestra)
(2) Giga (Corelli) (3) Second Gavo'.te , 18754
Victor Orchestra/
Margaret McKee) 1^755
Margaret McKee,
Violin So!'; (2) Heaven May Forgive You
(3) Habanera (from "Carmen") Flute Solo
Victor Orchestra
Vio oncello Solo (2)
Toreador Song (from "Carmen") Viola Solo (3) Soldiers’ Chorus
(from "F aust") (Bassoon Solo (4) Woman ia Fickle (from "Rigoletto")
Celesta Solo Victor Orchestra
Pucker Up and Whistle Billy Murray
Home Again Blues Aileen Stanley
The Legend -Medley Waltz
Mello ’Cello-Waltz
Held Fast in a Baby’a Hands
Nobody’s Rose
Wait Until You Soe My Madeline
Peggy O’Neil
Crooning— Fox Trot
I'll Keep on Loving You -Fox Trot
Jor -pu C. Sr'ith’s Orchestral
Joseph C. Smith’s Orchestral
Henry Burr)
William Robyn/
Victor Roberts)
Victor Roberts!
The Benson Orchestra of Chicago)
__ The Benson Orchestra of Chicago
Just Keep a Thought For Me—FoxTrot All Star Trio and Their Orchestra
1 Like It All By Myself—Medley Fox Trot
All Star Trio and Their Orchestra
My Old Kentucky Home and Old Black Joe Wood Saw Ford Hanford
flown in Ark <nsaw Myers and Hanfordf
President Harding March United Stats* Marine Band)
National Capital Centennial March United States Marine Band/
Victrola Department
18759 '0
18760 10
18761 10
18763 10
18964 10
18765 10
18766 10
18767 10
On 11121 for Thomas Pickle company.
• .JL • •
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hitt of this
city spent yesterday witji Prescott rel
atives.—Star of Hope.
• • • •
Warren E. Starnes, who has been
visiting in Bluff City, left this morning
for his home in Dallas. I
• • • •
Allen Greeson rrturned to his work
i nLittle Rock, after enjoying a pleas-,
ant vacation with home folks.
« • • •
Neal Smith of Stamps is In the city
today on business. This is Mr. Smith’s
first visit here in twenty years.
• • • •
Mrs. Jake Saunders went to Emmet
this morning to ra visit with her
daughter, Mrs. John Crumley.
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For drinks that always hit the spot.
Sid Cole’s the place for you to stop,
To quench your thirst and satiety,
Then step right in while passing by.
024 6t
Simpson Bros.
Weeks OU Stand
Smokers tastes vary. We
desire to cater to every
taste, hence, in cigarettes
we carry practically every
brand called for in this vi
cinity. That puts us in po
sition, where we can satis
fy evry smoker’s desire in
cigarettes. Cigars too—
and tobacco.
You Have Been Looking For
By the Case in your own
This is the Way it
BUDWEISER, case of (2) doz. bottles per case $4.10 j
Allowance for case and bottles when returned— 150 \
Per Case_$2.60
Per dozen_-— ---$1.30
BEVO, case of (2) dozen bottles per case-$3.00
Allowance for case and bottles when returned- .90
Per Case_'-$2.10
Per dozen-$1.06
Phone us your order, stating the dealer you want
either the BUDWEISER or BEVO or BOTH to be billed
through and we will see that you get the goods.
BUDWEISER and BEVO are handled by practical
ly every retail dealer in Prescott, including procers,
Druggists, Cafes and Confectioners.
Ritchie Grocer Co.
Wholesale Distributors of BUDWEISER and BEVO.

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