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I Brief News of Faulkner li SOME OF THE HAPPENINGS DUKING THE PAST WEEK IN li THIS COUNTY. HOLLAND. We are having some cool weather for the time of year, but haven’t had any rain in this part of the country for a good while. A good shower at this .'me would be much appreciated by the farmers. Cotton is about all chopped and most of our farmers are about up with their work. Health is good in this community at this writing. Brother Gossett 'filled his regular appointment at the Methodist church Sunday, and received two new mem bers into the church. The new mem bers are Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Hogary. We had good singing at the Baptist church Sunday evening and made preparations for the all-day singing next Sunday. Everyone who loves to sing or listen to singing, is invited to come. L. P. Llewellyn and family of Con way are visiting friends and relatives at Holland this week. Chester Bryant and wife are visit ing his father, W. P. Bryant. Carroll Harrod attended the singing at this place Sunday. Mrs. Mollie McPherson has been visiting her mother, Mrs. F. M. Dow dy, the past week. E. E. Dowdy has bought the crop of Sidney Padgett. Mrs. Lizzie Butler is visiting rela tives and friends at this place. We were all shocked when we learn ed of the death of Mrs. Ben Wood ward of Naylor one day last week. John Lackey, Jessie Grisham and John Smalls left Saturday for Kan sas, where they expect to work in the wheat harvest. B. F. Lackey visited relatives at Palarm Sunday. S. S. Surratt expects to leave Tuesday for Texas, where he will visit his daughter, Mrs. Cora Henderson, who is very ill and not expected to re cover. The revival meeting at the M. E. church here will convene the second Sunday in July. It will be conducted by our pastor, Bro. Gossett. Walter Phillips, Ed Powell and Howard McPherson of Greenbrier at tended singing here Sunday. J. H. McCarty bade a business trip to Conway Saturday. Crops are reasonably good at this time, but are needing rain. June 9. ---- SALTILLO. The 17-months-old baby of Mr. an<jl Mrs. J. A. Hooks died Friday and was buried at Oak Bowery cemetery, Bro. Melton,of Conway preaching the fu neral. J. M. Berryman went to Conway Saturday. Dave Hooks and daughter, Miss Eva, of Cato, Will Hooks and family of Faulkner Gap, attended the funeral of little Ethel Hooks Friday. The Oak Bowery Sunday school rally will be held Sunday, July 6. There will also be preaching and dec oration on that date. T. W. Walls and daughter, Miss El la, went to Conway Friday. Elf Stewart, who has been sick the past week, is able to be up now. Little Earl Bolding fell from a tree Sunday and broke his arm. W. J. Riffle had business in Conway Saturday. June 10. CATO. It is very cool here, but awful ui. We need rain very, and if don't rain soon the crops and gardens in this part will be burned up. Health is very good. Mr. Fretwell and wife. Misses F ran cis Clements, Florence and Beulah Proctor returned last week from Little Rock, where they attended the insti tute. S. D. Titus has hired to Dr. Pairet. Little Fred Pairet, who has been in Little Rock going to school, came home last Monday. Mrs. Vera McRaven spent last week with her parents. C. S. Havrel and Dr. Pairet went to Saltillo Saturday. Carl Clements and Welse Clements went to Little Rock today. Mrs. Bailey visited across the hill the latter part of the week. June 9. - __o WOODROW SCHOOLHOUSE. We had a light shower here Satur day night. Very cool here Sunday. T. T. Loftis and Miss Etta Lasley were married last Tuesday evening. E. H. Fldwards officiated. We wish them good luck through life. Joe White killed a snake some time ago that measured six feet and seven inches in length. Farmers here are well up with their jvork. 0. G. and Harold Moore, T. T. Lof tis, Randolph Whorton and John and Arthur Wilson went fishing on Ad ams’ Lake last week and caught plenty of fish. The singing class here, with their ileader, L. L. Fiddler, will go to the Section next Sunday evening and sing. Jim Frazier has got the contract to dig a well here for the school. Mrs. Emma Moore of Conway is visiting at J. H. Jones’ and others foi the summer. We suggest that the next tax collec jtor put Woodrow on his route in Cy press township, instead of Cypress Valley. That would make it about right for all between here and Vilonia, a distance of about six miles. Think about it, Mr. Johnson. June 10. KENDALL. S. P. C. Smith is visiting in Chat tanooga, Tenn. D. G. McMillen, who has been very low for some time, is reported a little improved. W. A. Russell and wife visited at Conway Sunday. Mrs. Hester Carter visited at D, R. Antlar's Tuesday. Mrs. Alex Williams visited her pa jrents near Greenbrier Sunday. ‘ Will A. Howell and family visited at Conway Saturday. ‘ Rev. Keller preached a very inter esting sermon here Sunday. Quite a large crowd was present to hear him. Misses Emuncie and Mattie Howell visited relatives at Shady Grove last Saturday and Sunday. Henry McMillen and Lonnie Earn hart were at Shady Grove Sunday. • June 10. -u STONY POINT. We are having some rainy weather at present. * There was a large crowd at singing jat Wooster Sunday. We had some I fine singing. ' Miss Willie Hargrove visited her aunt, Mrs. Bess Langston, Saturday night. We are sorry to report that Miss Edna Wofford is very sick. J. H. Woffoi’d made a trip to Con way Saturday evening. Earlie Ethridge passed through here Sunday en route home. Misses Maggie and Lutie Moore vis ited Misses Ina and Agnes Clements Sunday. Everybody remember the all-day singing at Bethlehem next fifth Sun day. ' The supper at Shady Grove Satur day night was well attended. June 10. BROWN’S CROSSING. Crops of all kinds are worked over and look fine, but we are needing rain. "We only had half enough last week. We see by some of your correspond ents that some road work is being done, but here is a road that is travel ed a great deal from the Clinton road to the Phil Mailey place on the Middle t-oad that has not been worked in four years. We have appealed in vain to "both county judges and overseers and commissioner and we can’t get any relief, and the road is almost impas sable in a wet time. We need a road law that will compel them to work all roads alike, as we are all taxpayers alike. crnest crown irom mas is usu his father, Granville Brown, this we k. Old Liberty Sunday school will claim the banner at the next conven tion, as the third Sunday after or ganizing we had over 100 in attend ance. Jim Paul and wife left last Sunday evening for Round Mountain, after receiving a phone message from his son, Roy, that his wife was very sick. Several of our fanners were on the jury last week and say they did their 'duty. There will be preaching at Old Lib erty next Sunday by Rev. J. R. Gid dens. June 10. -O MAYFLOWER. The W. O. W unveiling here Sun day was largely attended and a great success. We are very much indebted for the fine music of the Bigelow band which helped in no small degree to make the day unusually attractive. J. F. Taylor and family of Conway visited Mrs. Sarah Taylor Sunday. Miss Essie Taylor is home again. Ben Berry and family of Tank Lake arrived Sunday for a few days’ visit. Mrs. H. L. Martin arrived Sunday from Indiana and ill make this her home. Ed Martin and wife have moved to Argenta. Two detectives were in town Tuees day looking up evidence against the man and woman who passed through here last week and are supposed to "have murdered one of their children. The Mayflower telephone company lias ordered their boxes and will soon have the line in good working order. Bob Cook preached here Sunday. Dr. Holloway was called to Marche •Sunday evening. June 11. '-o CANEY. Mr. Parlier and nephew, Mr. Ful er, were here Sunday. Will Fulmer and wife visited rela tives in town Saturday yand Sunday. The union held quite an interesting meeting Saturday night. Miss Pearl Cox of Conway is out visiting her grand paprents this week. A fine shower fell here Saturday afternoon and night. Miss Marcelle Phillips has gone to lonway to enter the Summer Normal. Joe Dougherty and family attended the children’s day exercises at Salem Sunday. June 11. -o HAMLET. Mrs. Lula Hazell is at the point of death, with congestion of the brain. ’ Uncle Add Paul, who has been con fined to his bed for the past five or six months, is thought to be sinking very fast today. j Death visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Walls last Monday and ook for its victim their infant babe. .The child was four months old and had been sick since its birth. Mrs. Jiip Paul is spending this week with her son, Roy, at Round Mountain. Miss Beulah Johnston of oCnway is visiting homefolks and friends here week. Grandpa Johnston has returned from Little Rock, where he has been visiting friends and seeing the sights for the last two weeks. Grandma Teagle is thought to be some better. June 11. WOOSTER. Miss Marendia Cantrell, who has been very sick is able to be up. ' J. B. King, who left here last fall, is very low at his home in Florida. Everybody is busy these days. Dr. M. C. Burnett was on the sick 'list Tuesday. ' Hugh Duncan was initiated into the I. O. O. F. lodge here Monday night. ’ The singing was well attended here Sunday. J. T. Benton of Linder is visiting Dr. M. C. Burnett. R. L. Morris was numbered with the sick last week. June 11. -o VILONIA. The lecture given Thursday night by the Korean Missionary at the M. E. church was largely attended and each one felt that they had been bene fited by going. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Grayson and children visited relatives and friends here the past week. Mr. Grayson and wife formerly lived here, but have been west for several years, and have moved back to Conway to make their future home. Mrs. Jannje Diffee and children of Texas are here visiting Mrs. Diffee’s daughters, Mrs. Luther Gray and Mrs. Willie Simpson. | Mrs. A. E. Hendrix and children of Naylor visited T. II. Hill s family Saturday night. ' Quite a number of our boys and girls attended the teachers’ institute last week. Ambrose Forrest of Northestein \rkansas visited his parents here the last week. . , ..i. at We are very giau uu icpn >ora Parker much improved since our last writing, and is now able to be up, having been confined to her bed for four weeks. Misses Pearl and Jeessie Waller are attending the Summer Normal at Conway. A. Summers and wife visited Mrs. Summers’ parents at Mt. Olive Sun day. Jeff Gunter and family of Bristol visited J. Cross’ family of this place Saturday night. WTe will have children’s day exer cises here the fourth Sunday in June. Quite an interesting program is being prepared. Everybody is invited to be present and spend a joyful day. ' Mrs. Ethel Hill and children are visiting at Naylor this eek. Farmers are needing rain here at this time, as corn is suffering. June 11. CENTER POINT. Rev. Moore preached here Saturday night and Sunday. The rain that fell here last week is making our crops look greatly im proved Messrs. Wanslee and Langford of Naylor were here last Sunday. It seemed like old times last Sun day, when R. T Montgomery took his seat in the Sunday school class here. Wallace Graddy of Beryl was here Sunday with his motorcycle. Most every one is through chopping Makes Home Baking Easy. Gives nicer, better food than baker’s. There is no baking powder like it for hot biscuit, hot breads and cake. Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar. cotton. Seeral of the y.oung people here at tended the Woodman decoration at the Grizzard cemetery last Sunday af ternoon. Prof. J. W. Sowell attended the teachers’ institute at Conway last week. School will begin here the second Monday in July, with Prof. Raymond Moore as teacher. Eddie Wright and wife spent the day last Sunday with W. F. Emison and wife, and also attended church here. June 11. -1-- — UNION VALLEY. Health is reasonably good. Most all crops are in good shape, as we have had fine weather for work. H. Sanders preached at Marcus Hill Sunday. Sunday school in the morn ing and singing in the evening. Mrs. Addie Woodward was hurried at Marcus Friday. Quite a bereave ment to the family. Gardens and truck patches are good this spring. There have been showers over the county, but we are still dry in this part at this writing. June 11. ENDERS. ' c. D. Wilson has gone to Conway today. Misses Edna and Octavia Clark, who have been attending school at Conway, returned to their home here last week. Several people from this place at tended the annual singing at Brannon Schoolhouse Sunday. Jim Jolly is here from Mexico visit ing relatives. Mrs. Stella Freeman of Conway vis ited relatives here last week. Mrs. Josie Wilson returned to her home Tuesday from England, where she has been for several days visiting her son. There will be singing here the first Sunday evening in July. A special program is being prepared. Miss Bertha Johnston will preside at the organ A nice time is expected. Several of our young peopple are going to Nebo the fourth Sunday in this month to attend the annual sing ing. Rev. Frank Webb is sick at this time. Mrs. Winnie Hutchins of Morrilton is here visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Moore. ’ June 11. — «—.O ■ GREENBRIER. Mrs. S. Richardson left for Conway Sunday, where she will visit relatives and friends for a while, and also she will visit her son, J. M. Sims, at Plumerville. Jesse Matthews and wife of Enola visited his brother, T. J. Matthews, Saturday and Sunday. Rev. J, T. Gossett filled his monthly appointment at Holland Saturday and Sunday. A. J. Sims and family visited J. E. "Wofford and family at Conway Sun day. 1 C. S. Wilson, who has been working for the railroad company in Oklahoma for the past two years, visited his father and mother, S. S. Wilson and wife, the past week. Prof. Williams of Van Buren coun ty was here the past week. He is I making preparations to move to this place, and will be the principal of the t'Greenbrier public school next term. We welcome you, Bro. Williams. D. J. May, superintendent of the Holiness Sunday school, visited the Greenbrier Baptist Sunday school last i Sunday and made an excellent talk on Sunday school work. George Henderson of Black Fork Sunday school visited the Greenbrier Baptist Sunday school Sunday, and gave a talk on the Sunday work C. H. Cheek visited Black Fork Sunday school Sunday evening and made a talk to the Sunday school, He reports a nice time. The Woman’s Home Mission Society will give an ice cream supper at the ’Methodist church on Thursday night, June 12. The proceeds will go to th.e improvement of the church and par sonage. Everybody is invited. Little Norma Velva, the infant caughter of G. C. and Ida Duncan of Republican was laid to rest in the Cash Springs cemetery on June 2. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. T. Gossett of Greenbrier. Following is the program for the 'Sunday school rally at Greenbrier the fourth Sunday in June: 9 a. m., Sun day school, 10:30 a. m., love feast will begin, interspersed with good songs and dinner in the house. If you miss this rally you will miss something you will regret. June 11. NAYLOR. The farmers throughout this sec tion of the country are all well up with their farm work, and the crops are showing up fine. Miss Lizzie Gist visited her sister, 'Mrs. A. Charles, Sunday. ' G, A. Drown and wife visited rela tives on the Cadron near Barney Sat iiivIqv unrl SiinH«\r Seth C. Reynolds and wife of Ash down visited his father, Dr. J. M. Reynolds, here a few days last week. The I. O. O. F. lodge at this place initiated a class of five Saturday night. All members of the order are invited to attend our meetings, which are every first and third Saturday nights in each month. Mrs. Emma Biady is reported ill at this writing. Married, June 1, Q. Manly1 Hannah and Miss Bertha Flippen. May this young couple have a pleasant trip down the path of life. Died, Thursday, June 5, Mrs. B. D. "Woodward We extend sympathy to the bereaved husband and family. Uncle Jimmie Reynolds and wife of Enola visited his brother, Dr. J. M. Reynolds, and other relatives here last week. June 11. In every home where there is a baby there should also be a bottle of Mc GEE'S BABY ELIXIR. It may be needed at any time to correct sour tomach, wind colic, diarrhoea or sum ner complaint. It is a wholesome rc m dy, contains no opium, morphine or njurious drug of any kind. Price, 5c and 50c per bottle. Sold' by Mel on Drug Co. GLENNTOWN. Roten Tucker of Linder was in our neighborhood Sunday. Mrs. Ada Venable is on the sick list. The 16-months-old infant of Mrs. Will Lybarger has been very ill with erysipelas, but is improving. D. J. May went to Conway one day last week. June 11. SPRINGFIELD. We aie having some cool, cloudy weather. It is fine for working, but a little too cool for growing crops. Our teachers are all spending the week at the county institute in Mor rilton. Several of our young people attend ed the decoration eercises at Hill 'Creek Sunday. Mrs. Callie Moore has returned [from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Powell, at Russellville. Some of our young ladies spent the past week with Conway relatives. Maud Vernon is doing some timber labor near Gleason. June 10. MAY TROVFIATAL . WHEN WILL CONWAY PEOPLE LEARN THE IMPORTANCE OF IT? Backache is only a simple thing at first. But if you find ’tis from the kid neys; That serious kidney trouble may I follow; That dropsy or Bright’s Disease may be the fatal end, You will be glad to know the fol lowing experience. ’Tis the statement of a Conway cit izen. R. H. Lipscomb, farmer, R. F. D. No. 2, Conway, Ark., says: “I could not do otherwise than recommend Doan’s Kidney Pills, after having used them with great success. I have also told many friends about this rem edy, and I willingly give this public endorsement. For many years I was bothered by symptoms of kidney com ! plaint and my condition was worse at 'times than at others. My back was 1 very painful and the kidney secre jtions caused me no end of annoyance. I used several boxes of Doan’s Kidney j Pills and I am pleased to say that 'every symptom of the complaint was relieved. I have not been bothered since.” j For sale by all dealers. Price, 50 [cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United [ States. i Remember the name—Doan’s—and jtake no other. If you have tht itch, don’t scratch. It does not cure the trouble and makes ^the skin bleed. Apply BALLARD’S SNOW LINIMENT. Rub it in gently 6n the affected parts. It relieves itch 'ing instantly and a few applications 'removes the cause, thus performing a permanent cure. Price, 25c, 50c and 51.00 per bottle. Sold by Nelson Drug Company. couRflras DAVIDSON CASE Special to the Log Cabin Democrat. Little Rock, June 9.—The supreme court today affirmed the death penalty given in the Boone county circuit court against Odus Davidson, convict ed of brutally murdering his sweet heart. The defendant’s counsel sought jto .1 ave \hi; tare reversed on the ground that he was not present when the ju yV. vi ru e: 1 gain; t Inn was re turned to the court. A regular morning operation of the bowels puts you in fine shape for the day’s work. If you miss it you feel uncomfortable and cannot put vim in to your movements. For all bowel ir regularities HERBINE is the remedy. It purifies, strengthens and regulates. Price, 50 cents. Sold by Nelson Drug Co.~ i DR. REYNOLDS’ ELECTION IS CONSIDERED LIKELY | Little Rock, June 8.—State Super I intendent George B. Cook left here Sunday for Fayetteville to attend the commencement exercises of the Uni versity of Arkansas next week, and the meeting of the University board ftoday. The teachers for next year have j already been elected, and now that 1 Chancellor Kirkland has declined the |position, the board will probably take I up the question of the presidency. It | ij believed that the present acting president, Dr. J. II. Reynolds, who has served so efficiently since the retire ment of Judge Tillman, will be re tained. No one else is being consid ered for the place. Children that are affected by worms are pale and sickly and liable to con tract some fatal disease. WHITE’S CREAM VERMIFUGE expels worms promptly and puts the child on the ’ ’road to health. Price, 25c per bottle. 'Sold by Nelson DDrug Co.