VOLUME III. NUMBER 248.
MALVERN. ARKANSAS. MONPAY, AUGUST 4. 1919.
(ALL HOME PRINT)
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j 1000 PAIRS of
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a car load of famous
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! Malvern, Arkansas
AUTOIST TAKE NOTICE,
To the Guarantee of the
Blackstone 5000 Tires!
July 19, 1919.
Mx. J. E. Gross,
We are in receipt of the letter from Mr. Catlett, in which he states
that he made arrangements while in Malvern, this week for some
advertising Mediums for you and we note this request that we write
you relative to Adjustments.
Relative to Adjustments, will say that the Milage guarantee on
BLACKSTONES has recently been raised 1,000 miles which gives you
a 5.000 mile Guaranteed Casing at a popular price.
We allow- our dealers to make their own Adjustments when they
have any, as we realize that when a man has a defective tire, he wants
an adjustment then and there. In this connection, however, will say
that the results show that 99 per cent of these Casings are perfect
and that only 1 per cent are returned for Adjustment.
When you make an adjustment, take up the old Casing and return
same to us—-with a lettr stating the Serial Number of Casing and ad
vising us at what price you replaced the Casing to your customer.
We in turn will then forward you a similar Casing at the price which
you charged your customer.
Some times but rarely you will have a good customer who has abus
ed a Tire but it may be necessary to make same good to him in order
to hold his trade at other times. In this case, write us a letter stating
that you had to mnke a Policy Adjustment on such and such Casing,
so that it will not go in on our records as a faulty tire when such is not
Some times a Customer can be satisfied by having a Casing repaired
instead of replaced. We leave these matters largely to our dealers as
we feel that it is to their interest to handle these matters on the
ground and as long as they do not abuse their privileges, we are glad
to back them up on Adjustments which they make.
Trusting that this explains the matter thoroughly and with best re
gards, we are, VI
THE KNIGHT TIRE AND RUBBER COMPANY OF MEMPHIS
WHEN IN NEED OP TIRES SEE US
I The Malvern Garage
J. E. Gross, Prop. Phone BO
WON THE RACE HOT
SMASHED THE CAR
Pine Bluff Autoists and Tam Wil’iants
Try Spading on Page Avenue, With
Miss J. Wonderland, three other la
j dies, and a young man about 17, all
i of Pine Bluff, enroute to Hot Springs,
| in a Dodge car, while trying to over
take Tam Williams, negro, in his ser
I vice ear, coming west, on Page Ave.
I Sunday afternoon about 5 o’clock, ran
j into a large tree in front of the home
I of Mr. S. O. Mu!drove, badly damag
! ing the car, and inji ring all ©ccu
I pants. Miss Wonder and was the
! Worst hurt, being cut about the head
| and face. All were considerably shak
en up, but were able to return to their
| home in Pine Bluff this morning. They
\ were taken into the home of Jabez M.
1 Smith, where Dr. R. V. Phillips at
| tended them, and dressed their
They stated that for several miles
back, Williams had kept in front of
j them, and prevented them from pass
' ing. and as they came into town, he
slowed up a little, an just as they
i passing the Muldrow home, driver of
the Pine Bluff car passed Williams,
and when turning around to make
some remark to him. lost control of
his car, which skidded, and ran into a
large tree, throwing all occupants out.
The car was badly damaged. The
I speed they were traveling varies,
| some stating 35 miles an hour, while
others state, they were only running
j about 15 or 20 miles an hour,
j City Marshall, W. M. Roberson, ar
j rested Tam Williams this morning,
| on a charge of reckless driving, and
j his case was postponed in Mayor’s
i Court until Tuesday morning. It is
stated a warrant has been issued forj
i the arrest of the Pine Bluff parties!
1 on the same charge. M
BIG FRATERNAL PARADE
AT CENTENNIAL CELEBRATIO
It has been said that if all the me
bers of the fraternal organizatio
who 'should be in Li’tie Nock durij
Nov. 17-22, were to march in the Mg
fraternal parade that is being plan
ned, there would be fewer spectators
than marchers. Those who are not
members of some sort of a fraternal
organization are said by statisti
cians to be in the minority.
Plans are being made for the great
est fraternal demonstration ever witi
nessed in the state, as a part of the
celebration of the state’s one hun
dredth birthday. The details are not
yet worked out, but fraternal leaders
are back of the movement, and pro
mise that it shall be something that
will attract the attention of people
from all parts of the state.
Gov. Brough has designated John R.
Frazer, Grand Master Workman of
the A. O. U. W., as state chairman
of Fraternal Organizations, and at a
preliminary meeting of the state man
agers, H. C. Giles, secretary of the
Arkansas Insurance Federation, was
chosen as secretary of the Commit
tee. A call has been issued for a
conference to be held Saturday, Aug.
9, in the A. O. U„ W. Hall, of the
state managers of all fraternal so
cieties operating in the state, at
which time definite plans will be de
cided upon and a program outlined.
The program will undoubtedly in
clude a fraternal parade, in which all
organizations will have a representa- j
tion, with banners and floats, if they
wish. This would conclude in the City
Park, with addresses by some of the
most pronr'nent fraternal leaders of
the country. An invitation will be e>:
tneded by Mr. Frazer at the meeting j
of the Fraternal Congress in Detroit,
Mich., Aug. 2H.
Not only the Fraternal benefiaciary
societies, such as the A. O. U. W. |
the Maccabees, the Woodmen and;
Knights of Security, but those of pure
Iy a fraternal character, such as the
Masons, Odd Fellows, Eagles. Elks,
and Knights of Pythias will partici
CITY LICENSE PAST DI E
Many proprietors of restaurants
j and drivers of sendee cars, have over
! looked the fact that their City Li-!
' cense is past due, as many of them
have n«t paid sines April. Pay the
City Recorder at once, as these liren#
es are payable in advance.
W M ROBERSf,*, Citv Marshal.
rfIRE DESTROYS HOME
j OF GEORGE RAY
i A 10:30 o'clock this morning, file, j
* whit i is said to have started from aj
^kitc! en flue, completely destroyed the j
horn of Geo. Ray, on South Main |
strerknown as the Gammell place. I
Only a few of the household effects !
| were saved, and the fire rapidly burn- !
ed its way into the house, which was |
completely destroyed, within a short j
> time after it caught. The house was
! an old structure, and burned rapidly, j
before- nearby neighbors could come to I
the rescue. Th barn, and outhouses
The property was partly covered
COURT TO HONOR
JUDGE J. C. ROSS;
| A memorial service will be held in
I the Circuit Court room, at the County
i Courthouse tonight at 8:30, in honor
! of the late Judge John C. Ross, to
‘ which all are invited to attend.
Circuit Judge, W. H. Evans, this
morning appointed D. I> Glover, E.
H. Vance. Jr., and A. I. Roland, a
committee to draft resolutions n\\
the death of Judge Ross, and to ar
range a program which will be car
ried out tonight, at a memorial ser
vice, in honor this much loved man,
who served as Circuit Judge only a I
SHERIFF BRAY GETS
On last Friday Sheriff D. S. Bray
I'companied by J. E. Stanley and S.
Leiper made a raid on a nest of
[ild cat stills about 3 miles North of
l-yburn on Nine Mile Creek.
iThe sheriff brought back one man,
jfddie Byrd and 4 gallons of wild
whisky, which Byrd was deliver
to a party to whom he had sold.
Some of the whisky was still warm
|lm the still. Every effort was
kde to find it, but all in vain.
cer the officers had previtfus
from this place on the farm of
e father of Buddie Byrd, which the
officers proceeded to destroy. There
yr«s one barrel of sour mash ready
to run off and which gave off such
di stinct odor that it was no trouble for
th e officers to locate it. No one ap
peared at this still during the day.
Both of these stills seemed to be of
rude type, being lard cans capped
0 cer. Byrd waived his case to the
r ext Grand Jury and gave bond. A
r umber of parties seemed to be im
1 licated and other arrests will prob
a sly be made in the near future.
he Arkansas State Musical Con
vention will convene Aug. 9 and 10
at|Oe Ann in Hempstad county. The
convention will be right in the midst
of an enthusiastic music loving peo
ple, a great programme will be ren
d' i^ed and every assurance has been
Irnade for the highest degree of enter
De Ann is a short distance out in
the country from Prescott and trans
portation has been promised from
All music lovers are invited.
Daniel S. Bray, Secretary.
CLOSED AUGUST 2
Fayetteville, Ark., 2--The summer
session of the University of Arkansas j
which has continued fo. the past six i
weeks with a record attendance of 41(1 j
students, came to a close Saturday, |
Aug. 2. Over 20 of the students were |
graduates who were doing advanced !
work and a number of Smith-IIughes!
teachers were also in attendance.
Two series of lectures were conduct- j
ed during the entire session, with not- j
ed speakers from various parts of the :
country in addition to members of the:
regular University faculty who addres |
set! the students along tht-r special |
lines of research.
The students in the summer session ;
I represented ?18 counties of Arkansas, I
i 8 other states, Canada, Scotland, and 1
the Phlllipine Islands.
Hon Felix L. Smith was a promi
nent speaker, at a W. O W, picnic,
at Mt. Olive in Saline County, Aug,
2nd. Other speaker* on the program
iiHudad Judge W. H. P.»nha-n of Ut
ile Rock and prof V.-Donald of Sher
also Auto Painting and
W L. WR IGHT
fhe Sipn Man
Next door to Jabez Smith’s
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Phone 317 [We Deliver
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