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( < > \ \\ A\ , A liK A \SAS, sA l l 1.’I >A V. APR 1 L s 1 * Fit'tv (\-nts Per M< nth. COMPLETE PROTECTION You iiisui' jg\- protection. 'i’lio qm -timi is: Are you fully protect* d ! Are you carrying insurance on your houselio-M goods as well as on your house' Aie you carrying tornado insurance well as fire insurance Carry Full Insurance—It Pays. Insurance Department Buhner Abstract Co. Phone 97. LOCAL MASONS WORK TONIGHT AT NAYLOR Officers and suvi ral member rs of Conway lodge No. 7iC> Free and Ac ccpted Masons, will go tonight Nay lor for work in the Master's degree with Masons of that [dace. The trip of the fraternal men conditioned upon the weather. They’re tin' 11<■ w diit", all the new materials Crepes Oxford Cloth Mercerized Poplins Silks Tan striped < Yepe, White Crepe, Tan Silk, White Imported Silk Poplin. $3.00 ,0 $6.50 CLASS A, JUNIOR COLLOE Is Second Forward Stop Cnder l.end orship of President—Plan Cen oralh Approved. Thi ■ Central Coilegi from the state ■ .-h ! :nl •aih-nt of public instruction stating that the .'late board of’ education has voted on j the prnpos.tam of giving Central a ’ at;ng "f class "A” ju?i!• -r college. This marks a new • posh for the col lege \\ nich was l egun si \etal -i nth? ago by I’res. Peak S. Campbell when* he introduced a resolution in the Bap tist State Convention to empower Central to enter the junior collegi field. In addition to the new classification j by the state board of education President Camp'-e’l has through thi erat of U ersity of Ai kansas, effected a thorough affiliation with that institution. Recently, the college was admitted to membership in the American Asso ciation of Junior Colleges. At tht annual meeting of that body, Presi-1 dtnt Campbell \va selected as secre tary. President Campbell states that the new plan is proving very populai ' with the public, especially with the educators of the state. The advance! enrollments for the coming session are quite satisfactory and indicate that the new program is meeting with approval. CARY. STANDARD OIL OFFICIAL, SUCCUMBS (Py the Associated Pross) St. Augustine, Fla,, April 8.—Mar tin Cary, vice president of the Stan dard Oil Company, died in a hospital here today. Miss Juanita Hines left this morn ing for Booneville for a short visit to her parents. THE WHITE GRAND Tonight MAY McAVOY in ‘THROUGH A GLASS WINDOW’ Also Rod Larry 80111011 Comedy. Fill Up! Driving is t'iri«*. 1! cosls nothing extra to carry plenty of gas and you might need it. Bolls Brothers SERVICE STATION 66 IDEAE TIIEATRE Tonight— BERT LYTELL in “THE LONE WOLF” Also L’ lu i'l (Vmodv Monday— "William Favershain, AmericaV (1 mitost Actor in “THE MAN WHO LOST HIMSELF” Early report? from this morning’s tornado across: southern Oklahoma ami northern and western Texas plaet the loss ol' lit'- at 12 killed and an un eo.r 1 nuo.. i . jure . At Lawton, S! w re killed Lai!,; e r, !'• Lawton in Oklahoma and Wichita 1 alls in Texas are i.cui Red river. La ;:i! • ; ;■ in "•. ste: : leva.- West (it iHruwiisvillo. iiuiii aLiie that the gale traveled in a south Wes' •. rly diree'uon. 1 he collapse oi telephone and tele graph wires in the storm area pre • ents eomniuiidealum and more de tailed n , - may show a higher loss of In-, and [) l OfKi' i y. (By th^ Ass^ci:.*'.<1 Press) BalLnuer, Texas., April s. >ix r- r.-u,! wei i- killed, seven w« i in ,i u red and - - In n ■ w v i - d- ’ ; *vt-11 near here by the tornado at 1 o’clock this morning. ■by trie Associated Prnu) Oklahoma City, April 8.—Five were reported killed and a number injured in the tornado which struck Lawton , early this morning-, according to ad vice- received here by the telephone | company. Telephone and telegraph wires out , of Lawton were town away by the tornado. One of the p : - ms killed i- said to have been a woman. (By the A?8opi;iteC! Prpss) Wichita Falls, Tex., April 8.—One man was killed and several injured in the tornado which struck the town of Electric, near here, early this morn ing. Twenty-five homes were destroyed by the storm. (B v tne A ss <><* i a ted r s } Texarkana, April 8.—Red river rose 1.6 feet during the last 24 hours and has reached a stage of 27.il feet, or , only one-tenth of a foot below flood stage. Traffic across the river has been I suspended. SMALLCHlTE IN COTTON MARKETS — j The American cotton markets dos ed today at small net gains for the day and for the week, fluctuations throughout the week having been ■ through an unusually narrow range. May New York contracts closed to ' day II points up at 17.80 cents and duly 12 points higher at 17.40 cents. New Orleans May and July each gained 12 points net, closing at 16.75 land 16.74 cents, respectively. Spots in New York were advanced 10 j points to 18.05 cents for middling and , in New Orleans were unchanged at 16.6:; cents. For the week ending today New 'N ork May lost d poin’s and July gain ed 8 points. New Orleans May is [ 10 points and July 2d points net hngher for the week. Spots in New Mnk are 5 points lower than on last Saturday and in New Orleans are un | changed from one week ago. BORAH TO DEMAND SEMENOff 'CHASED 1 I>.v thr As ( oijitotl Washington, April that he had received Ann rii an men, women Pr<ss) 8.—Declaring charges that and children 1 had been butchered in Siberia under the rulership of General Semenoff. now held at New York under bail, ! Senator Borah of Idaho, today an I nounced to the senate that he would j endeavor to bring about the deporta ; tain of Semenoff and other anti-Bol i sliovik leaders now detained at New ! York. General Semenoff was arrested i Thursday night upon the instigation of an American company trading in j Russia, which alleged an unpaid ac I count of s 175.000, incurred at Harbin I in Manchuria. Semeno made bail in the sum of $25,000 and was released, j Senator Borah is chairman of the | senate committee on labor, and will prosecute his charge against Semenoff ' through it. LULL IN WORK TO ADOPT NEW ' By the *\*v**ifite(l Press) Nt vv A ork, April 3 t r tentative.' and d> d pates from , . il operators associations, who have '•ten in scs-i.in In i• - a wap ■ nepo Gallon committee, today suspended 'a r r. ■ for, ■ >a ,i- I ■ . 'urn,•,) to th-ii n •; • ' ivo ,!i-1! . i: wa W .h ’" . a tvtary of War Weeks today do, lined to send ‘ United State-- troops into Xcw Mex > !'o: to an appeal i-y Gov-' ■ m- v .M h a. wh • ikd :r<- I fii ,t 1 soldiers mipht ho re.| , rod to pre ■ive order in tin- Gallup coal fields where martial law wa - declared yes t rday a a result of disorders inci di : t I , the strike of coal nutters. By the A (dated Press) t:ict, Knifed M ne W • : -. and of' the coal operators, will bepin theii ' wape nopotiation conference Monday at Kansas City, day. The district includes Arkansas. | (By the Avsocintpd Press) Indianapolis. April S. Union coal miners now idle on account of the! strike will next week receive their i last, pay for work done before the walk' out. For the entire country, it is osti-' mated to total $30,000,000 and will lie reserved by them as a strike fund. I ARMY ENACTS DRASTIC LAW FOR IRELAND (By the Associated Press) Dublin, April 8.—Commandant Gen eral Pilkington, commanding the third division of the Irish Republican army, has forbidden all public meet ings in his area, according to the Irish Independent. General Pilkington declared that his, action was taken in the interest of the I citizenship, and that he regarded pub lic meetings as creators of civil strife. Kmbittered feeling follows in their wake, the commandant assert ted. j ' -- (Bv the Associated Press) Dublin, April 2. - Commandant | O'Connor of the lri ;h Republican I army today authorized the statement j that notice was given yesterday j whereby the publication of any ma * tt-rial relating to the army is strictly ■ forbidden, unless first approved b\ the publicity department of the military, j 11 is restriction, however, applies only j to newspapers published in Ireland. ARKANSAS RIVER BEGINS TO TALL The Arkansas river was falling at Fort Smith and Panlanelle this morn ‘ ing, according to the United States 1 weather bureau at Little Rock, and will begin falling at Little Rock to morrow. At Dardanelle this morning the stage was ltl.K feet, a fall of .5 foot ir til hours. At Little Rock the1 stage today was do feet, a rise of 1.5 1 feet. The river at Little Rock is not expected to exceed the stage of 21 j feet predicted yi sterday for Sunday No rain occurred in the Arkansas basin since yesterday, the weathex bureau reported. BANKWflREAU j CLOSED FOR PROBE (By the Associate*! Press) Washington, April S.—Divisions of t'u bureau of i ngra- ing and print ing engaged in the production of bank notes, will be closed tonight for an indefinite period to permit investiga tion of the plant, from which .James L. W ilmeth and 2S chief superinten dents were removed by presidential order one week ago. i**7: .otf* '« « • , vVw^r*'', . . . - .« < i.* ; V , *- «!r • EW'1 r v - ' Tornado Insurance will protect you, enable you (" nmke replacements, repairs, l-'oy i, I. - ami fliori'uyli security if we write your policy ask us. DURHAM & COMPANY No automobile will hort a tier I.-.i - I Conway without displayinp: cunsp;c uously the name of the city. Head-1 quarters company of th< Arbn.-.i i nato.nal guard today made contract | for the purchase of 100 sets of boost-j or lairs, which will be sold to local! s Win advertise the city wht revet Conway ears are driven j Officers of the company expect C 1 make several other, orders after the fust Ion are sold. The idea of the community nanu plate for ears is making a big hit 1 ■'i ugh the middle west. Practically every city of importance in Kansas and Oklahoma now has its cars label ed almost 100 per cent numerically 1 he Conway tag will have the name of the city in red letters on a white background. State license plates on all cars will supply the name of tht state. Booster tags will be ready for pur chasers in about two weeks, according to !'.. C Gray of Muskogee, who made the sale. The idea appeals strongly to automobile owners for the double reason it is effective advertising and also helps the local guard company, the community’s protection in sudden emergencies. The price will be .$2 pet set. Further announcement in regard to the sale will made later. DENBY RESTRICTS NAVAL RADIO USE (By the Associated Tress) Washington, April H.—Secretary of the Navy Denby announced today that he had ordered the naval radio station closed to all public use for the broadcasting of speeches, lectures or other form of non-official cmmunica tions except musical programs. J. B. Higgins, deputy secretary of state, arrived this morning from Lit tle Rock for a visit to relatives here. (By (he Associated Press) Be aniMown, 11!., \p 1 h:. Coll a pm of levoo.: at three points north of here along the Illinois river has over night, lessened the jm -,-un on the Lost creek levee at this place, giving hope that it will hold. (By the Associated Trossj Washington, April '6.—Secretary of State Hughes in a formal statement today denied that the name of Christ was deleted by department of state censors from the prayer offered at the opening of the arms conference. JUST SMELL IT Close your eyes—breathe in the sweetness. What is in it you smell? Roses from southern France f Yes. Orauge blossoms, English lavender, Sandal wood Geranium. The en tire world has been search ed for its sweetest scents. And they have all been blended into Jonteel. GREESON’S ^STo-'O Phone 48 Eight Now Delivery. THE CAR THAT RESISTS AGE Tin1 Willys Knight motor ear is the one vehicle you l.' ar talked of with impressive enthusiasm after "tho "\viier has driven it at),0(10 miles. It is the Willy- Knight motor that five's this ago-re sistiim 'italoy to this motor ear which combines de pendable, lin 1 ailinyr economy of operation with a true elegance of riding' comfort. In 111e Willys Knight motor, metal cylinder sleeves, moving one within the other like sections of a tele scope, slide up and down noiselessly on a film of oil— without 1 net ion or wear. I him \ ou ha\e a motor with no valves to grind—no delicate mechanism to get out of order—no clashing, hammering, wearing parts—no cams, no tappets—no spiings that wear out—no expense to speak of on the I ■ lls owners >ay that the Willys Knight motor actually improves with use. Geo. R. Alewyne Overland Co. PHONE 566 71 iry Fairy Flour FRENCH'S SALAD DRESSING EL FOOD MAYONNAISE DRESSING Owen & Downing Our High Quality Naver Varier :::::: Conway, Arkuuaur Phone 89