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jjRemedies for Itch,
j| Eczema and Other
1 Skin Affection
Sulphur Itch Ointment
Hunts Itch Salve
Germicidal Soap
Zemo
Cranolene
D. D. D
Hesterly Drug Store j
i THE DRUG STORE WITH THE GOODS j
50 cents
75 cents
25 cents
35 cents
.. $1.00
60 cents
Gem Theater
TO DAY
llllllllllllllllllll!
KATHERINE McDONALD
-IN
THE BEAUTY MARKET
COMING TOMORROW
A drama of society for people who think.
“THE MONEY CHANGERS”
From the novel by Upton Snclair.
Killarney Ginger Ale
Is a mighty fine winter beverage. It has the
real ginger flavor and contains no capsicum.
Is neither to hot or too mild.v
Lovers of ginger ale will find this a wonder
ful pleasing drink.
Sold in bottles only.
Prescott Ice Co.
G. F. CRESS
Phone 56.
A. H. SMITH
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Wm. HAAS ]
AND * ‘
SON
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MANUFACTURERS
AND EXPORTERS OF *,
D. SHOVEL I
HANDLES
• • • •
PRESCOTT, ARKANSAS «
We Buy ASH LOGS and j
ASH BOLTS. j
LOCALS ||
Try our Classified ad column.
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The Carnival commences conight.
• • • •
I>r. Mendenhall of Rosston is in our
city coday.
• • • •
Attend the Quarterly conference at
ti e Methodist church tonight.
• • • •
H. S. Beavers of Bluff City, transac
ts business here this morning.
• • • •
We pay highest cash price for eggs
See us Farmers Supply '•>,
• • • •
I. . W. Buchanan cf Prescott, was jvg
iitcred at the Cac'do yesterday - c»ift
i gs Herald.
• • • •
W. V. Tom;»kin> was a visitor to the
city yesterday attending circa:t court.
—Siftings Herald.
_ • • • •
Prof. A. B. Hill of Little Rock, is
sitending a few days in our ci’v in ed
ucational matters.
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We pay highest cash price for'eggs.
See us Farmers Supply i i.
• * * *
City Marsual W dingham repots ev
ei.. tiling run-in;’ smoothly and .ndei
!v throughout tii city.
Service Car.
Hay or night. Safety and confiden
tial. Dayy call Phone 100. Night call
Phone 389. J. M. Hum.
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M. H. Straughan left) for Camden
this morning on No. .32, to be gone two
or three days on business.
• • • •
E. T. Kennedy, merchant of Bodcaw,
was here on business today and was a
pleasant caller at this office.
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We are gl i i rj see Dr. IJodrl,- on
V streets .ig..;n after his being laid
un with acu c ineumatism.
• • • •
J. Ted McGough. brother of our pop
ular circuit clerk, A. S. McGough, Is
spending the day in Prescott.
• • • •
Jess Willard is attempting a 'come
back"—almost as foolish as the fitful
dream of old John Bnrleycorn.
• • • •
The hotels today are crowded with
oil men and carnival folk*, with a fair
sprinkling of traveling *alesm«‘n
• • • •
Is-on Stein and young son. Saul, of
Flop**, are visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jake Suckle of this city.
• • • *
I/evi Moore went to Arkadelphin this
afternoon on important business. Mr.
Moore is of the city's "livest wires.”
* * '
Your attendance miuos.ed at the
\v. ( T. l\ •!»• ••'Jag at Mrs. H. It.
M* b Hide's deuce tomo.iow nlin
«ioou.
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Sid Cole is getting everything in
readiness for his o|>cniug on West Main
street—some job to move according to
Mr. Cole.
• • • •
J. R. B. Moore Jr., went to Camden |
today on business and will protiably
visit El Darado also tiefore returning
home.
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Are you a member of the Prescott
eompany of National Guardsmen? If
not set* Captain Cone or E<1. Barham
and join.
• • • •
Kev. "fotn L. Core and family, for
merly of this county, hut now living in
Jacksonville. Texas, are visiting
friends here this week
• • • •
Col. H. Hill Caruth. general manager
for the Fidelity and Deposit company
of Baltimore, Md.. is spending the day
in our city on business.
• • • •
Brad Hamilton has the lumber on
the ground on West Second street
where he will build a fine residence.
Pet** Burr has the contract.
• • • •
There is a peculiar pulsating throb
In the heart of Immunity when the be
lief prevails that "oil” is near. VVe
iecl klnda “peculiar" today
• • • •
Herbert Tuunell, who was seriously
injured last Saturday night when he
was thrown from his horse near Bluff
City. i8 reported mproving today.
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If all members of the W. C. T. U. in
Arkansas were as tireless workers as
Mrs. IMttman of this city, the orgaui
zation would work wonders for the
•rood of the state.
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"Be sure you're right, then go ahead"
declared Davy Crocket That's what
we are doin, going right ahead believ
ing that we are on the eve of a real
oil boom.
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The Curnival starts tonight.
".Jack" Fortner of I’oplar Bluff, Mo.,
one of the congenial passenger conduc
tors on the Missouri Pacific railway,
is in our city today. Mr. Fortner is
interested in the oil game, and is here
to inspect Nevada county prospects.
• • • •
Miss Veron, the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. lie woody, is resting
much easier today, after her broken
arm was set by physicians at the Park
sanitarium yesterday afternoon.
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W. C. T. IT. MEETING. *
The W. C. T. L;. will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. H.
B. McKenzie. A large attendance is
asked for and will be expected.
Helen Cummings, Secretary.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always bears
Signature of
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CLASSIFIED ADS
FOIi SALE—One J. I. Case Ill-inch
Middle Buster in good condition. $10.00
W. L. Hines.
Subscribe for the Daily Picayune.
\VANTEI>—To rent a four or five
room house. Apply at Picayune office.
For Sale
5 head good work mules N. E. Ward
Phone 165.
We Are
Always Ready
to serve you with good
printing. No matter what
the nature of the job may
be we are ready to do it
at a price that will be
Satisfactory
UNION NEWS.
Health is good in this community.
Chicjten buying seems to be the
order of the day just now.
We had a lively game of basket ball
the 22nd, Bodcaw vs. Union. The score
was 31 to 17 in favor of Bodcaw
The county union will meet at.
Union srhool house, Feeb. .'{ and 4th,
everybody nvited to eorne and have a
good tiir)‘\
\
w. H Taylor of Willlsvilfc Wat
visiting grunpa Bally Sunday.
4 -0
If you want a home, aee Moore and
Martin.
BULBS FOR FALL PLANTING
PLANTS FOR WINTER BLOOMING
Roms selected for winter kloon. If
you have not received cheir new fall
catalogue write a card for it today.
JOSEPH W. VESTAL A SON
Little Rock, Ark.
Box SS6
TH E
STORE
JUST RECEIVED
All Kinds of Garden Seed, Flowr Seed, Tri
umph Seed Potatoes.
NEW STOCK
Prescott Mercantile Co.
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Report of the condition of
BANK OF PRESCOTT
as made to Commissioner of Banks of the State of Arkansas, at the
close of business, December 29th, 1920.
RESOURCES:
Loans and Discounts-$714,777.10
Overdrafts _ 1,190.25
United States Bonds- 86,250.00
City and County Warrants- 3,643.52
Due from Insurance Department- 2,100.92
Stock in Federal International Banking Co.- *1,125.00
Building and Real Estate- 8,754,03
Furniture and Fixtures- 8,787.75
Other Real Estate - 658.15
CASH AND DEMAND EXCHANGE_2- 138,029.02
Total Resources_$965,315.74
LIABILITIES:
Capital Stock, fully paid,-$ 75,000.00
Surplus, certified,- 75,000.00
Undivided Profits, net,- 14,105.85
Unearned Interest - 4,222.58
DEPOSITS_ 796,987.31
Total Liabilities_$965,315.74
The above statement is correct:
THOS. C. McRAE, JR , Cashier.

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