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. ^_—_ STATE. Governor—Jeff Davis. Secretary—O. C. Ludwig. Auditor—A. E. Moore. Treasurer—H. C. Tipton. Attorney General—R. L. Rogers. Supt. Public Instruction—J. H. Hinemon. Land Commissioner—F. E- Conway. Commissioner Mines, Manufactures and Agri culture—H.T. Bradford. CONGRESSIONAL. Congressman, Fifth District—C. C. Reid. JUDICIAL. SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice—J. M. Hill. Associates—B. B. Battle, Carroll D. Wood, J K. Riddick, E- A. McCulloch. SEVENTEENTH CIRCUIT Judge—Geo. M. Chapline. Prosecuting Attorney—F. E. Brown. COUNTY. Representative—B. F. Witt. Jnage—W. B. Wilson. Sheriff and Collector—J. H. Harrell. County and Probate Clerk—J H. Hartje. Circuit Clerk and Recorder—J. A. Lea. Treasurer—A. J. Witt. Assessor—Frank Whiddon. Surveyor—P'rank Stermer. Coroner—F. G. Richardson. Examiner—T. F. p'orrest. CADRON TOWNSHIP. Justices of the Peace—W. A. Ray and J. P Campbell. Constablee-Wash Clibourn. TERMS OF COURT. Circuit—Second Monday in January and July Chancery—Fourth Monday in March and Sep tember. County—First Monday in January, April, July and October. Probate—Third Monday in January, April July and October. CITY. Mayer—Frank E. Robins. Recorder—K. I). White. Treasurer—W. J. Wilkins. Aldermen—C. H. Newburn, W. M. Harrell, Bruce T. Bullion, J. M. Adams,G. M.Walthall, E W. Rogers. City Council meets second aud fourth Tuesday nights in each mouth. CHURCHES AN’D SOCIETIES. M. E. Church, South.—Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7: JO p. m. Prayermeeting Wed nesday. 8.00 p. m. Rev. F. S. H. Johnston, pas tor. Sunday School at 9:30 a. in. J. D. Clary Supt. Epworth League every Sunday at 4 p. m Presbyterian Church—Services every Sunday at 11 a. in. and 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting W d nesday, 7:30. Rev. C. H. Maury, pastor. Sun day School at 9:30 a. m. John Sloan, Supt Christian Endeavor Society every Sunday at 7:0C p. m. Baptist Church—Services at 11 a. m. ami 7:30 p tn. Rev. John Jeter Hurt, pastor. Prayermeeting Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. Sunday School at 9:3C a. m G. E. Hilliard, Supt. B. Y. P. U. every Sunday at 6:15 p. m. Catholic Church—High Mass at 9:30a m.,cat- ; echism at 2:30 p. tn. and prayermeeting with benediction at 3:00 p. m., every Sunday. Low Mass every morning except Tuesday and Friday at 7:00. Children’s Mass Tuesday and Friday at7:30a.ni. Rev. A. Feger, pastor. St. Joseph’! Society meets in hall north of church on fourth Sundays at 11 a. m. Theodore Thessing, Pre». Caspar Dum, Secty. Christian Church—Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. Preaching fourth Saturday night, Sun day and Sunday night. Elder R. H. Johnson. Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.. Clarence Dawson teacher. Woodland Lodge No. 11, K. of P.—Meets every Wednesday night. J. H. Pence, C. C.; R. C. Dickerson, K. of R. & S. Green Grove Lodge, No. 107, F. St A. M —Meet! first Saturday night on or before each full moon J. S. Westerfield, W. M. W. H. Duncan, Secty. Conway Chapter No 80. R A. M.—Meets third Thursday night in each month. G. D. Dicker son, H. P. W. H. Duncan, Secty. Conway Camp No 35. W. O. W — Meets second and fourth Monday nights. J. W. Holt, C. C. W. H. James, Clerk. • Center Link t.o • re No. 75, I O. O. P —Meeti every Saturday nig it. T. R. Hogue, N. G. J S. Johnson, S.cty. Conway Encampment No. 59, I. O. O. F.— Meets first and third Saturday nights in each month. Bei: L. Griffin, C. P., Wellington Rob bins, scribe. Rebekah Lodge, No —, I O. O. F —Meets sec ond and fourth Thursday nights in each month Miss Maud Simmons, N. G., Miss Bessie Easter wood, secretary. Holly Grove No. 95, Woodmen Circle - Meets first aud third Monday nights in each month. Airs. S. D Freeman, guardian; Mrs. Winfred Thompson, clerk. Conway Lodge, No. 73. A. O. U. W.--Meet every Tuesday night. Clarence Dawson, M. W PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W. H. DUNCAN, Attorney-at-Law. Makes a Specialty of Collections. Notary in Office. Agent for sale of Railroad Lands. Tydlngs Building. 10-lypd; Conway. A rk J. C. CLARK, Attorney-at-Law. Notary and Collector. Offie over Sam Sarason’s store SAM FRAUENTHAL, Attorney-at-Law. Office upstairs over the Bank J. G. LILE, Attorney-at-Law, Office over Faulkner County Bank GEO. W. CLARK, Attorney-at-Law. 29-ly Will practice in the Courts of the State. Greenbrier. Ark. J. A. PENCE, Undertaker and Funeral Director. North Front St., Conway. Ark. P. H. PRINCE, Attorney-at-Law and Real Estate Agent. Will practice^law in all courts of the State. Office up stairs in Tom Douglass' building. Conway, Arkansas For a Good Easy ..Shave.. Or an UP-TO-DATE HAIRCUT Go to Phillip Yaegers Shave 15c Haircut 25c Shop first door south of postolfice • • I I Til * • • • * 1 • • I • # • ^ • Earn More Eou*t envy tlit^liltfh salaried ones. Take «1 our course in actual business and become «fl fitted to earn big money yourself. Our cata- * ■ logue is fiee—It tells the truth. • i BUSINESS •' COLLEGE.;; MEMPHIS NEWS OFARKANSAS The county pension boards ha\e lately been dealing out allowances to the old Confederate soldiers, wid ows and orphans who are entitled thereto. There is nothing too good for these patriots of a lost cause, and the state is none the loser in thus keeping from want those who have not—-God help them!— in their journeying through the world trav eled the primrose path of life. Louis Altheimer has a force of carpenters at Humphrey erecting small cottages for rent, or he says the property will be for sale on the installment plan just as soon as the buildings are completed. He will erect about ten or twelve buildings, and will continue to build, as long as there i.-f demand for residences for rent. Humphrey is growing. Mrs. Tompkins of Greene county drove two nails through her skull with a hammer, both passing through the brain. She died of course, but lived several hours af ter performing the strange and seemingly impossible act. Mrs. L. E. Miller charged with be ing implicated in the killing of Deputy United States Marshal James liu sh, has been released from custody, there being no evidence to sustain the charge. Investigation of records shows that Independence county sent twen ty-two companies of soldiers, with a total of more than 1700 men, in-* to the Confederate service, and al so furnished four companies of Un ion soldiers. J. L. Holt has been appointed a deputy marshal for the western dis trict of Arkansas, to succeed James II Bush, who was killed by a man named Miller, whom he was trying to arrest. Major Graham D Fitch, of the United States Engineers’ office at Little Rock, has resigned that po sition and been assigned to the sta tion at Duluth, Minn. A farmer near Bingen has two “hills'’ from which lie has gathered 1S1 squashes, and there are up to this writing twenty-four still on the vines. The Siloam Springs school census shows the total number of pupils of school age to be 700, of which -100 are girls and 500 boys. There are 570 taxpayers in the district. The directors of the Nashville special school district have awarded contract for the" erection of a new building, the price being $13,800. There were nine bidders for the job. The foundation of a concrete school building to be built bv the Catholic church at Paragould has been laid, and actual work will start at once. lion. Sam Q. Sevier of Ouachita county, who was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for gover nor, raises melons on his farm and superintends their sale. Martin Miller who shot and kill ed Deputy United States Marshal James Bush near Mena, and who was himself wounded in the en counter is dead. Tjonoke county’s finances are in splendid condition, there being $10 800.18 in the treasury, the out standing indebtedness going only $?24.6!5. Golf is the fashionable game at the state capital now, and they are having “tournaments” with “rooters” on the side. 'Pile Japanese are seeking closer business relations with Arkansas through the Little Rock board of trade. The seven-year-old daughter of James King of Faulkner county was seriously bitten on the finger by a rattlesnake. The well at Texarkana, being bor ed for oil, is 1,000 feet down, a stratum of rock being reached which renders progress slow. A Christian science society will be organized at Monticello. The chief of police of Little Rock has ordered the people of that -city to clean up their premises. Robert Langley has declined the Republican nomination for sheriff of Pike county. J. M. Johnson of Arkansas county was found dead under a tree, hav ing been killed by lightning. The Farmer’s Mercantile Compa ny at Humphrey hag sold its stock of goods to Anthony Flynn. ^———— The governor ha? refu«ed to par don Ron Stewart, who is serving a term of one year for involuntary manslaughter for killing his broth er-in-law Frank Phillips, in the southwestern part of Little Rock. The petition was signed bv the Phil lips family on condition that Stew art leave the state and not return. More new wheat than usual is being put on the market at Rogers. The quality is very good and it is sell ing at TO cents per bushel. Old corn is selling on the streets for GO cents per bushel. Irish potatoes are sell ing at 50 and GO cents per bushel. Apples are coming in by the wagon loads and selling at $1.25 and $1.50 per barrel. There is a good prospect that the proposed Masonic Orphans’ Home will be located within the suburbs of Little Rock if a healthful site can be found within easy connec tion with the street ears, good roads, city light and water, and the consid eration being reasonable. Hot Springs ice dealers have di vided the territory of their victims, none of the wagons being permitted to invade the territory of the other, lee sells at -10 to 50 cents per hun dred, there not yet having been a raise under the “divide.” The Epworth League of Carlisle wants creameries, electric light and power plant, ice cream and cold drink parlors, rice farms, etc., to cease working on Sunday. Ben L. Griffin, secretary of the Farmers’ Union is in Little Rock Little Rock for the purpose of com pleting plans for the state conven tion which will be held at that city August 7, 8 and 9. All the Little Rock clerks ac cused of being members of a gang to defraud their employers of val uable property by systematic thefts have given bond and their cases will go to the grand jury. The Sharp county Sunday school convention at Sydney was one of the finest ever held in that part of the country. Rev. W. Fred Long, gen eral secretary of the association, at tended. Andy Lane was acquitted at Jas per of the charge of killing his fath er-in-1 aw, and Silas Sutherland was convicted of murder in the sec ond degree for killing Marion Lewis bv stabbing him to death at a dance March 1, 1905. - The whole number of acres of land taxed for 1905 is 22,314,500; value, $103,939,908; value of railroad property, assessed by state board as rolling stock, $7,327,219. We also confess to 45,012 watches, valued at $482,506. The mill tax for Confederate pensions has caused a large increase in the amount of money raised for this fund. The amount this year is estimated at $275,000, an increase of about $80,000 over that raised a year ago. The preachers and the working people of Little Rock are getting mixed up on the Sunday closing question, and the papers there arc full of arguments pro and con on the question. little Rock citizens have peti tioned the prosecuting attorney to prevent the running of street cars on Sunday, the opening of any kind of business, including cigar, newsstands and soda fountains. P. J. Harriot, who owns a farm near Urbanette, raised 1,180 bushels of wheat on 58 acres, and sold to Berry ville Milling Company, on railroad track, for $S85. Joe McGarrity, deputy postmaster at Osceola, has been appointed de puty clerk, to succeed W. A. Fow ler, resigned to go into cotton busi ness. A bearlumtison in Jefferson-coun tv, bruin having been “sighted” on a plantation, where he destroyed a large amount of growing corn. A large party is after him. Sheridan will have a big barbe cue and picnic on the 21th. The farmers of Yell county have “laid by” their crops, and many of them are now employed by the rail road company and other public works near Ola. Miller county Republicans nomi nated a ticket and declared against third terms for office-holders, ers. The prospects for cotton crop in 6outh Arkansas are the iinest in years. At the meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee at Little Rock, a finance committee was ap pointed and it was decided to raise funds to carry on the campaign bv assessing candidates for district and circuit offices, tlieir deputies and ap pointees and those whose term does not expire until another two years, an amount of 1 per cent of tiieir sal tries and emoluments. The assesment will not apply to persons whose sal ary is less than $1,000. or to can didates for United States senator and governor. A sum of $3 will bo asked front each county for each delegate of the county in the. last State convention. On the experimental station at Fairfield, Jefferson county, corn is growing that will produce one hun dred bushels to the acre. It is call ed the “White Wonder,” the stalk is flat and no stalk has less than two ears, some having as many as five, all being full and well formed. Independence county men made a throat of invading Jackson county to mob a negro accused of insult ing a white girl, but Sheriff Sim mons of Jackson sent word ho would arrest each man as he landed on Jackson soil intent on such unlaw ful purpose, and the mob failed to materialize. Gen. Towell Clayton was in Tut tle Rock recently. lie will be 73 years old August 7. He authorized the statement that on that date he would retire permanently from ac tive participation on politics. He means it of course—but will he? The Chautauque Assembly has closed its fourteen-day session at Si loam Springs, Dr. Parkhurst of Xew York ending the exercises with a fine lecture on the subject, “Turn ing Water into Wine.” The Iron Mountain people at Lit tle Rock are hard to please. The union depot ordinance passed by the city council, has at their request, been doctored several times, and yet they are not satisfied with it. A Crawford county man found an egg within an egg. There was a space of a quarter of an inch be tween the two eggs that was filled with the white oian egg. The inner one has not been broken. There is a “Gar Hole” in Ran dolph county the bottom of which the people up there have not been able to find, divers recently coming near to losing their lives in the ef fort. The Faulkner county bar adopted resolutions complimentary to Judge Geo. M. Chapline and presented him with a gold-headed cane as a token of its esteem. Bishop Fitzgerald, of the Catholic church, has transferred all the real and personal property of the church to Co-adjutor Bishop John B. Mor ris. The grand jury of Faulkner coun ty returned thirty-six indictments for the term, six for felonies and thirty for misdemeanors. There were marketed from a fruit farm near Rogers in one week 1,100 crates of peaches, which sold for $000. The Stone county circuit court at its recent session paid the bounty of five dollars each on thirty wolf scalps. Morrilton has recently organized a new waterworks company, and a new' gin company, all local capital. That’s the way to build up a town. Springdale Federal and bpamsh American veterans will meet August 7, 8 and 9. Burglars robbed a store at Gran nis, stocking up on clothing, shoes, etc. Incendiaries burned the school house at Warm Springs, and the citi zens have offered a reward for the scoundrels. Civil service examinations for the internal revenue service will be held in Little Bock September 5. Hope is now a city of the second class. A Jackson county farmer tested the stock ordinance of Newport. He is wiser now, but has less money. Batesville stands near the head of growing, progressive towns of our progressive state. An assassin tried to kill Dr. Lo gan of Montgomery county, but the bullet only grazed the doctor’s neck. Rocky Comfort has organized a board of trade. The Things We Eat. Too much meat Is absolutely hurt ful to the body. Sailors on board of ships get scurvy when their supply of vegetable food is exhausted. The di gestive organs of the human body de mand vegetable food, and if we don't j eat enough vegetables we pay for it , dearly. Nature gave us wheat, and in every kernel of wheat nature has distrib uted iron, starch, phosphorus, lime, sugar, salt and other elements neces sary to make bone, blood and muscle, j EGG-O-SEE is wheat scientifically j prepared. Cooked, and made into crisp flakes, EGG-O-SEE goea into the stomach ready for the digestive or gans to convert it into life-giving sub stances with but little effort. EGG-O-SEE eaters are a clean-eyed, strong and happy lot. The proof of a j pudding and the proof of EGG-O-SEE ; is in the eating. EGG-O-SEE besides being solid nourishment is most pal atable. Every mouthful is a joy to the taste and direct benefit to your health. A 10-cent package of EGG-O SEE contains ten liberal breakfasts. Our friends advertise us. They eat EGG-O-SEE for a while. They grow strong. They are well and happy and thcv pass the good word along. Next time you send to the grocer's tell your boy or girl to bring home a jacliage of EGG-O-SEE. Have your children eat EGG-O-SEE. It Is their friend. They’ll eat EGG-O-SEE when nothing else will taste good. You try EGG-O-SEE and you can deduct the cost from your doctor’s bills. v We send our book, “Back to Nature,” free. It’s a good bookful of plain, ' good, common sense. If you want a copy, address EGG-O-SEE Company, 10 First St., Quincy, 111. SOME BEDROOM DON’TS. Don't lie in the same position all night if you can help it. Don’t cover your head with the bed clothes. Have your covers warm but light. Don’t go to bed hungry. Eat any light simple food that you wish if it agrees with you. Don’t sleep in a room that is too cold. From 55 to 60 degrees is the right temperature. ’ Don’t go to bed with cold feet, but see to it that they are warm and com fortable before you get in bed. Don’t fill your bedroom with bric-a brac and draperies, but have as little as possible in it to catch the dust. Don’t put your pillows in the sun, as it draws the oil out of the feathers. Sun the bed and bedding, but place the pillows out of the sunlight in a current of air._'_ It Cures Skin Troubles. Edinburg, Miss. A. B. Richards Med. Co., Sherman, Texas. Gentlemen: I was troubled with Salt Rheum or Tetter in my hands for many years. I tried many reme dies advertised for such diseases, but never got any relief until I got a box of Hunt’s Cure. After using one box I was entirely cured. Yours very truly, John Benson. WHISPERED WISDOM. If you wish to be considered essen tial be careful that the wounds you cause be healed only by yourself. Never neglect yourself. On the last day of your life even, your face may become the guiding star of another’s life. If you learn to look brightly at life as a whole you will find for the sor rows of the individual the true sym pathy that is the true balm.—Mme. Leandre. Ads and Ads. There’s lots of advertising writers who make good copy on mighty poor subjects. When you’ve got the sub ject, it does not take fine language to tell it. Moral: Cheatham’s Chill Tonic cures all sorts of chills. Cures them quickly and thoroughly. It’s guaran teed. __ Cornelius Vanderbilt, in the name of his father, and Alfred G., in the name of his mother, made application for membership in the Rhode Island So ciety of the Cincinnati as the repre sentative of the Vanderbilt family. The society decided that Cornelius was the proper representative and he was elected with 15 others. Andrew Carnegie, at Gravesend, when he was the first distinguished stranger to receive the freedom of the borough, said that he only understood one machine—the human one—and he always patted it on the back. “Liquor and cigar tables,’’ says the London Mail, “with the glasses and bottles cunningly concealed and fitted with a little refrigerator, are very popular Just now as wedding pres ents." Be grateful the longer you are blind. The happiness is rare that can stand being scrutinized with keen eyes. ——————^ A woman can put this and that t<v’ geiher and tell everything her hus band Is doing. But a woman can fool her husband whenever she wants to. 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