\ j LOCALS AND PERSONALS
From Thursday's Daily
William Van Valkenburg of War
ren is visiting here.
C. W. Martin of Quitman, formerly
of this city, is here today.
Engineer Guy A. Watkins has re
turned from Little Rock.
Leo M. Favrot, superintendent of
rural schools, was here yesterday.
Attorney M. E. Dunaway of Little
Rock was here yesterday afternoon.
Clyde Ellis left yesterday after
noon for Camden, where he will spend
t Mary Fuller and Marc McDermott,
two of Edison’s great stars, at the
Phillip 'Gates left yesterday after
noon for Crossett. He will visit at
Fordyce on the way.
Theodore Smith has arrived from
Champaign, 111., where he has been at
tending the University Illinois.
Attorney William H. Prince has re
turned from Perryville, where he at
tended to a number of L.ral matters.
Miss Clyde Blair has returned from
Searcy, where she attended Galloway
College. Miss Blair graduated in
► Dr. Avery E. Moore went to Little
Rock today. Dr. Moore is connected
with the headquarters of Stephen
John Y. Murrey returned to his
home at Muskogee, Okla., yesterday
afternoon, after a two weeks’ visit to
Miss Lottie Rogers returned this
morning from Benton, where she at
tended the Long-Bird wedding, which
Miss Winnie Mae Craig returned to
her home at Muskogee, Okia., yester
day afternoon. Miss Craig graduat
ed from Central College this year.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cazort of La
mar are here to attend the commence
ment exercises of the State Normal.
Their daughter, Miss Ruth, is a mem
ber of the senior class.
Prof. Roger B. Weems, who occu
pies the chair of Ivatin in Stamford
(Texas) College, arrived yesterday
afternoon to visit his parents, Rev.
and Mrs. D. J. Weems.
Mrs. M. A. W’estmoreland and
nephew, Glenn Ivee, of Magazine, who
have been visiting at the home of W.
W. Westmoreland in this city, left
thi smorning for a visit to Mississippi
Mrs. W. W. Smith of Durant, Okla.,
arrived in the city yesterday after
noon to visit her son-in-law, Robert
Randell, who is critically ill at the
home of his aunts. Misses Bessie and
Nellie Randell, on Robinson avenue.
The Faulkner county negro teach
ers’ institute opened Monday, with J.
R. Anderson and E. T. Mattison as
conductors. Thirty-three teachers
have enrolled. County Examiner J.
M. C. Vaughter was present and made
a talk which was appreciated very
much by the teachers. The following
white teachers visited the institute
Tuesday: Profs. Whit Morgan of
Greenbrier, Jabaugh Blythe of Da
mascus and F. M. Shumate of lenders.
Each spoke words of encouragement
to the teachers. The teachers are
manifesting much interest in their
From Friday’* Daily.
Frank E. Robins is in Little Rock
Miss Lena Mainard returned home
Dave Stewart has returned from
Fletcher Moose, a former student of
Hendrix College, visited friends here
E. A. 'i rusty returned to Fort
Smith last night.
Joseph McCoppin of Little Rock is
in the city today.
William Mitchell went to Morrilton
Thomas Compton has returned to
his home at Plainview.
W. A. W.lson returned this morning
to his home at Batesviile.
J .A. Pence is remodeling his resi
dence on Railroad avenue.
N. C. Martin returned yesterday
afternoon from Little Rock.
Rev. I). J. Weems, field editor of the
Western Methodist, is visiting his
Miss Grace Gjeer of Morrilton is
the guest of Miss Robbie Maddox on
Prof, and Mrs. R. H. Cannon left
today for Camden, where they will re
side in the future.
John Bailey of Hugo, Okla., arriv- i
ed this morning for a visit to his
brother, Dr. J. Z. Bailey.
Dr. A. C. Millar delivered the grad
uating address to the senior class of i
Helena high school last night.
Dr. A. C. Millar of Hendrix College j
last night delivered the commencement
address for the high school at Helena.
Circuit Clerk L. W. Dew of Ham-!
burg was here yesterday to attend the
commencement exercises of the State
Miss Anna McKamey returned to
[her home at Imboden this morning,
after a week’s visit with friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Emison and
baby of Decatur, Ala., arrived from
Russellville yesterday for a visit to
T. M. Moore returned home yester
Dr. J. W. Conger of Central College
left this morning for Jonesboro, where
he will deliver the first of a series of
lectures at points in eastern Arkan
Mrs. J. R. Smith and daughter,
Helen, of Munday, Tex., are guests of
Mrs. W. A. Camp. Mrs. Smith will
be remembered here as Miss Maggie
From Saturday’s Dally.
A. G. Rogers of Beebe is in the city
R. B. Haskins went to Little Rock
Charles Holt is in the capital city
Homer Stewart returned from Mor
County Surveyor B. G. Wilson is in
Little Rock today.
J. Hiram Charles of Stamps is vis
jit: ng in the city.
Mrs. T. M. Moore went to Little
Rock this morning.
Miss Berdie Murphy returned to her
home at Smackovej- this morning.
Frank Lambright and Charley
Chttnnev returned home this morning.
Miss Willie Mae McIntosh of luka.
Miss., is tlie guest of Miss Lutie Stev
enson on Scott street.
Mrs. Stonewall Anderson and son,
John, of Nashville, Tenn., are guests
of Mrs. George W. Hill.
Mrs. Steve Carrigan of Hope is vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Pence, on Railroad avenue.
Miss Myrtle Charles, who has been
teaching in Stamford College, Stam
ford, Tex., returned home this morn
Mrs. Nora Trump left this morning
for Lone Oak, Tex., to spend the sum
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mer visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. J. Middleton.
Dr. A. C. Millar returned this morn
ing from Helena, where he delivered
the literary address before the gradu
ating class of Helent high school.
Prof. J. P. Womack, who will suc
ceed Prof. R. H. Cannon as superin
tendent of the Conway public schools,
returned to this city yesterday from
Prof. O. T. R chardson of Beebe,
who has been elected principal of the
Damascus public school, and Dr. A. I.
Hutto of Damascus were here today
arranging for the publication of a cat
alogue for the school.
Mrs. E. H. Allison and children of
Conway arrived in Clinton Wednes
day evening for a two weeks’ visit
with homefolks and friends. Mrs. Al
lison was accompanied by her eldest
son, Will, who returned to Conway
this (Thursday) morning, but who
will return to Clinton in the course of
a few days expecting to remain
througout the summer. This will be
pleasing information to local baseball
fans, as Will is looked upon as a val
uable member of the regular nine.—
^vom Monday's Daily.
T. J. Murphy went to Morrilton to
Dr. Geo. S. Brown is in Little Rock
James Lee. of Argenta is visiting
Charles Simpson was in Russelvlille
Miss Lillie Hartley is visiting in
I. N. Fields has returned from Lit
Howard Malone of Plumerville was
Prof. O. W. Stepenson spent Sun
day in Morrilton.
Oscar Martin returned from Little
Rock this morning.
John W. Downs returned to Little
Rock this morning.
H. S. Traylor returned to Little
Rock this morning.
Battleship silver service benefit,
Miss Bess Vaughan of Prescott is
visiting friends in Conway.
Miss Margery Baker of Plumerville
is the guest of friends here.
Douglass McGregor of Austin, Tex.,
is the guest of friends in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cazort returned
to their home at Lamar this morning.
Ernest Newbern, William Harton
and Edwin Lide spent Sunday in Mor
Prof. G. Rice Wilson returned Sat
urday from Memphis and Chatta
Miss Lillian McCarley of Guthrie,
Okla., is visiting her brother, Edward,
in this city.
Miss Clarabelle Plummer, a former
Normal student, is visiting Miss Chloe
Corley this week.
Miss Louise Huddleston of Lamar
is the guest of Miss Sallie Harton on
Mrs. ,T. M. Herndon, who has been
visiting relatives at Austin, Tex., re
Miss Mary Bran Higgins left this
morning for Lexington, Ky., where
she will visit friends.
Iiev. J. B. Stevenson arrived this
morning to attend Hendrix College
Miss Sallie Harton returned Sunday
from Jacksonville, 111., where she has
been attending the Illinois Conserva
Stanley D. Hanesworth, who has
been attending Hendrix College, re
turned to his home at Paris this morn
Mrs. E. C. Wilson and daughter,
Miss Minnie, of El Dorado are guests
of the Misses Vaughn on Caldwell
Mrs. Steve Carrigan left yesterday
afternoon for her home at Hope after
a week’s’ visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Pence.
Miss Vestal Witt of Morrilton is
here attending commencement exer
cises at Hendrix College. Miss Witt
is a former student.
from Tuesday’s Daily.
J. B. Greeson is in Little Rock to
A. J. Witt of Cummins is visiting in
Jesse Brannon is spending the day
in Little Rock.
Douglass Garland of Little Rock is
in Conway today.
Mrs. C. D. Wilkins is visiting her
parents in Oklahoma.
T. E. Helm of Little Rock, an alum
nus of Hendrix Collage, returned home
Mut i.. u. ' .ittle
Rock this morning.
Mr. and ...rs. D e i_tiw; went
to ittle Rock this moi ning.
. A. I.gng of Little Ko h, former
ly of this city, is here today.
rof. C. D. Goode of Holland is in
the city today. Prof. Goode is arrang
ing to conduct a sing ng s. hool at
Needs Creek from July 28 to August
Mr. and Mrs. J. Haydon have re
turned from Topeka, Kan., where they
witnessed the graduation of their son,
Dr. Owen Haydon, from the Kansas
Rev. Forney Hutchinson of Hot
Springs and former Governor G. W.
Donaghey of Little Rock came up this
morning to attend the meeting of the
Hendrix College executive committee.
In order that two members may be
initiated into the order under the spe
cial dispensation granted from May
10 to June 10, a called meeting of Cen
ter Link lodge No. 75, I. O. O. F., will
be held at the lodge hall tonight. All
members, and especially those compos
ing the degree team, are urged to be
Mrs. W. G. Utermoehlen and daugh
ters, Carla Mae and Della Wayne,
have gone on a visit Murphysboro,
111., to attend the wedding of the pro
fessor's sister. Miss I.ucile Utermoeh
len, and they will spend the remainder
of the summer in Mississippi at Mrs.
Utermoehlen’s home. Prof. Utermoeh
len will remain here until the early
part of July, doing a little teaching
and planning next year’s work.
From Wednesday's Daily.
Bynum Giles was in Morrilton yes
Tom Daniels of Palarm was here
Fred Simmons went to Little Rock
Mrs. Walter Terry is visiting in the
Miss Effie Harris of Plumerville is
in the city.
Cecil Martin of Mavtinville is in
Rev. P. C. Fletcher of Little Rock
is here today.
W. D. Springer of Cato was in Con
way this morning.
William H. Gaines of Hot Springs
is in Conway today.
Miss Kate Lide of Camden is the
guest of friends here.
A son was born yestei'day to Prof,
and Mrs. C. B. Gentry.
Prof J. R. Giddens returned from
Little Rock this morning.
Humane Officer W. M. Rankin of
Little Rock was in Conway yesterday.
Former Governor Geo. W\ Dona
ghey of Little Rock is in the city to
Rev. H. L. Wade of Bigelow, a Hen
drix alumnus, is here attending com
| Dr. James Thomas of Texarkana is
i here attending Hendrix commence
Miss Mabel Irvine of Little Rock
is the guest of Miss Sallie Craig on
! Spencer street.
i Mrs. C. H. Cargile of Bentonville is
'the guest of Mrs. F. S. H. Johnston
on Clifton street.
Miss Elizabeth Autrey of Columbia
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. S. Han
ner, on Prince street.
Prof. W. B. Hubbell is erecting a
handsome new cottage on Davis street
in the Anderson addition.
Mr. and Mrs. Peace of Elliot are
here to witness the graduation of
their son, James, from Hendiix Col
Prof. John A. Kelly of the chair of
modern languages of Hendrix Col
lege, left today for his home at Bris
Judge J. O. Basham and wife of
Clarksville are in the city today at
tending the commencement exercises
of Hendrix College.
Miss Louise Huddleston of Lamar,
who has been the guest of Miss Sallie
Harton on Robinson avenue, returned
home this morning.
Jesse and Douglass Legg went to
Morrilton today, where they will play
ball with Morrilton against Danville
today and tomorrow.
President and Mrs. C. L. Hawkins
of the Arkansas Holiness College at
Vilonia are taking special work at the
summer session of the State Normal.
Invitations have been issued by Rev.
and Mrs. Alfred Johnson Cheatam of
Fordyce to the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Mabel, to Dr. Charles
Russell Doyne of Little Rock, on the
evening of Tuesday, June 24, at 9
o’clock, at the Presbyterian church in
Fordyce. Dr. Doyne is the son of
President and Mrs. J. J. Doyne of this
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| SHALLOW CULTIVATION I
At this time of the year we do not
feel the need of conservation of mois
ture, but we will later on. Deep cul
tivation causes a loss of much mois
ture. Shallow cultivation will hold it.
The plowing must be shallow, and es
pecially so from now on, and lots of it.
Press the feet of the Georgia stock
and the cultivator up toward the beam
so that the plow will run flat. Get an
old 14-inch sweep or buzzard-wing a
little later on and sharpen it on the
edge a little; fix it so the dirt will fall
back over the plow. Don’t sweep it
out and-leave a furrow; not too deep
because the plant has to have some
roots to live on, and the more the bet
ter. Deep cultivation will break and
ruin the important life roots after the
Shallow cultivation—two or three
inches, or just deep enough to kill the
weeds and produce a loose much—is
the most satisfactory for corn. By
the time corn is about two feet high
the toots will interlace when the rows
are three and a half feet apart. It
has been found that 300 Ions of water
is required to produce one ton of dry
nutter in corn. To get the oest re
sults then, the moisture must be saved
and the roots must not be injured.
Shallov cultivation kills tlis weeds,
saves the life roots and produces a
dust mulch which conserves the mois
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nitci lama tuc ov/n ^cuciauj ucwvco
and crusts. In this condition the soil
moisture evaporates very rapidly and
the cultivators and other means of
light plowing must be set to work to
maintain the much-needed mulch
which holds the moisture. A crust
on the surface of the ground causes
the moisture to be drawn out of the
subsoil to the surface, where it is
quickly lost by evaporation. Run a
light harrow over the ground as soon
as it is possible after a rain, to pre
vent the formation of a crust. Then
shallow cultivation and lots of it will
hold the moisture which will be need
ed so much for big crops.
Good cultivation for the growing
crops is the main object now. Good
cultivation means lots of it, level and
shallow, so as to make a dust mulch,
which conserves the moisture, protects
the live growing life roots which need
the moisture so much. Cultivate shal
Watch for mouldy corn chops. Hun
dreds of horses died at this time last
year from this cause. Balance your
accounts and see if it does not pay to
raise and save feed crops.
Let us live at home.
JOHN H. PAGE,
May 31, 1913.
The ladies of the Conway City
Beautiful Association wish to express
their appreciation to the following
w..o contributed to the fund which
was used in purchasing a lawn mower
i to be used on the lawn of Courthouse
I Park: C. V. Douglass, II. B. Ingram,
[Jo Frauenthal, Greeson Drug Co.,
| Norwood, Camp & Co., Florence Drug
Co., Ed J. Heiligers, Adam Harris,
Frank Farris, W. W. Bishop, J. F.
Little, Vervian Craig, Bolls Bros., B.
L. Ilarton, C. E. Durham, T. R. Doug
lass & Son. R. D. White, J. D. Duna
way, C. H. Hendrickson and Roy Rog
Mrs. E. A. Allinder left today for a
vis:t to her daughter, Mrs. W. B.
Young, at Eufaula, Okla.
SIMS NEGRO GIVEN
21 YEARS: Wlff 14
BOTH QUICKLY CONVICTED
COURT MAKING RAPID PRO
GRESS IN TRIALS OF WHITE
From Thursday's Daily.
After being out only about 15 min
utes, the jury hearing the case of Will
Sims, charged with carnal abuse, re
turned a verdict of guilty at 11:10
o’clock this morning and fixed the
punishment of the defendant at the
maximum penalty of the law', 21 years
in the penitentiary.
Only four witnesses were introduc
ed in the trial of Sims, Gertie Hol
lingshead, the prosecuting witness, W.
J. Murrell and Deputy Sheriff C. 0.
Payne for the state, and the defend
ant, who denied any knowledge of the
crime w'ith which he was charged.
The jury which heard the case was
composed of W. N. Stewart, foreman,
H. E. Vaughan, John Oquin, Carl
Moss, B. J. Coker, Alf Hardin, E. M.
Edwards, Will Mabry, George W.
James, J. H. Glover, A. A. Wood
worth and Louis Sohn.
Louvida Sims, wife of Will Sims,
was convicted shortly before 5 o'clock
yesterday afternoon of the crime of
being accessory to an offense com
mitted by Will Mitchell, and her pun
ishment fixed at 14 years in the peni
Immediately after the Will Sims
trial was concluded this morning, the
court took up another indictment
against Louvida Sims, that of being
an accessory before the fact to a crime
committed by Robert Threet. The
penalty for this offense is imprison
ment from five to 21 years. The jury
was easily secured and the evidence
was all in by 3 o’clock this afternoon,
at which time the arguments were be
During the examination of a wit
ness this afternoon Attorneys R. G.
Bruce and E. M. Merriman engaged
in a heated controversy, and, continu
ing after being admonished by the
court, were fined $5 each for contempt
The court is progressing rapidly
with the trial of the cases and satis
faction is everywhere expressed over
the manner in which they are being
conducted. After the trial of the ne
gro woman today there remain six
other indictments against five ne
groes to be tried at the special term.
Just read what this ma:. has to say
and profit by his experience: “While
living in Mississippi I used Gregory’s
i Antiseptic Oil for almost everything
|—especially for HOG CHOLERA. It
proved an infallible cure in every
lease. I am now living in Muskogee,
Okla.. and can not get the Oil here,
j Send me four bottles of the 50c size
I at once, as my hogs are sick and I
know it will cure.”
A. Durham, Muskogee. Okla.
j Sold in Conway by all druggists.
A. A. Halter and Herman Imboden
have been attending the lumbermen's
convention at Little Rock.
Miss Caroline Muth returned to her
home at Little Rock this morning,
after a visit to Mrs. W. O. Wilson on
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