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} m ) _SPECTATOR. 4 Ozark, Arkansas, Augustk, 19H. No. 1 Are You Boosting The Franklin County Chautauqua, Aug. 11 to 17? Everybody Is Doing It. Make Your Preparations To See Every Attraction. Season Ticket Only $2. First Bale of Cotton k Pine Bluff, Ang. 2.—The first f bale of cotton raised in Arkansas was ginned at Lake Village Sat •v urday afternoon and shipped to ithe Hammett Grocery Company at Pine Bluff, arriving here Sun day morning. The cotton was raised on the Red Leaf planta tion, owned by C. B. Owens. The Red Leaf is one of the larg est plantations in the section and the first bale was ginned some what earlier this year than last. Gazette, Miss Emma Grace Bell return ed Monday from a very pleasant k visit with relatives in Texas. Miss Nellie Meek of Blair, V Okla., is here visiting her sister, Mrs. John Floyd, and brothers. George Mayhall of Altus, visit ed|Ed Williams latter part of last week and returned home Sunday. Esq. Wilson and C. A. Ran dolph of Denning, transacted business in Ozark Saturday. A. N. Hill left today for ' Charleston where he will join his v . family and attend the reunion. f Miss Grace Stewart of Ponca City, Okla,, is visiting Miss. Cornie Guthrie. She will be here about two weeks. G. W. James is building a new nouse lor i. J. Hobbs on his place at the Cross Roads. It will be completed by next week. Mrs. Geo. Russell, Willie Jewel and Miss Sydney May Thompson went to Clarksville Monday / evening for a little visit. 9 Rev. J. J. Galloway left for Mena and Waldron Monday to talk to parents about sending their boys and girls to Hendrix and Galloway Colleges. Six of the Ozark ball team left today for Charleston, where they will help Mulberry in mopping up the earth with the Paris team ». tomorrow and Thursday. ' • Mrs. Art Garner returned to her home at Denning last Friday after a few days visit at Manitou With Mr. and Mrs. Ed Garner. While in Ozark she visited with Mrs.W.S. Garner. L. T. Morgan and wife and Geo. Higdon and wife were up this morning to take the neces sary legal steps in adopting a little child apiece, they having no children of their own. Jeff Dean of Webb City, went to Ft. Smith last week to see about selling his wheat. He had a fine crop this year and is getting seventy-five cents a bushel. F. W. Whittington of Route 4. transacted business in Ozark this motnini. Mr. Whittington has just finished, gathering his fruit, which he sold at Branch for $1. per bu. He says they need rain in his section. The lawn party given at the . home of Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Hansell by the ladies of the Christian Church last Friday evening, was most enjoyable af fair. The program uas well rendered and delightful efresh ments were servi d. While playing w ith some other i boys in the court house yard yes terday evening, Vyillie Taylor a boy about 12 yearp of age, had the misfortune to step on a broken bottle cutting a deep gash in his heel. Dr. Black r mrn dressed the wound, and the bo> was sent home in a hacl Mrs. Gosnell and Miss Louise Mcllroy left Saturday for Kansas City, where the(l’ will visit Mrs. Rob. Steele. Mrs. Gosnell will go from there to her old home at 4 Williams town, Vlo., where she will visit t II about Oct. 15th. ’ Miss Louise will return Sept. 1st Election Commissioners Meet Election Commissioners, R. ; D. Hill, W. G. Stockton, and Dr. Hansberry will meet Saturday J and organize and prepare for business. —---_ Bridge Collapses. The bridge over the creek in bottom this side of Pleas Harris’ fell Monday morning as Charley Williams’ oil wagon was crossing it. One of the boys was slightly hurt and three wheels of the wagon demolished. The bridge was built last win ter by C. H. Johnson, whose name appears frequently in the legal notices of this paper, and the cause of its falling is attrib uted to the fact that it was built | of green timber and as it season i ed careened. It is said to not be idue to faulty construction, but to the peculiar way in which it I seasoned. -» -— Picnic At Oak Hill August 18. Beginning at 2 p. in. till 11: p. m. The following is the pro gram. Base ball at 3:30 Chorus by Sunday School. Welcome Address by Prof. K. L. Austin. Song, by Mrs. R. L. Austin. Rec. by Anna Smith Solo by Rena Prichard Reading by Mrs. Edna Combs. Solo by Mildred Bradley. Talk by J. K. Failing. Song by Mr. McClellan. Rec. by Beulah Bohannon. Quartette. ^ • m — Mrs I .lease and daughter and son and Miss Viola Haberer re turned to Little Rock Sunday, after a months visit with Mrs. Haberer and Miss Ruby. Miss Ola Beaty of Talopinto, Texas, and Miss Robertson of Bardwell, Texas came Sunday morning and are guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Greer and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Fisher. The young ladies have been studying in Chicago and visited a number of important places during their vacation. Miss Grace Ford took the Bluebirds to Manitou Tuesday for a picnic. Those who enjoyed this delightful outing were Misses Gelene Nichols M •A inria Carter, Sula Benson. Willie Wagner, Willie Bryan. Elgin Milton, Cumi Felker, Ruth Blay lock. Janie King, Grace Stewart, Vera Everett, Cornie Guthrie, Elta Garrett, Grace Ford. Mrs. L. W. Montgomery, and Harold Ford. Miss Willie Bryan entertained a number of girls with a theatre party to the Gem last Saturday evening, complimentav to Miss Vera Everett of Pine Bluff, and Miss Grace Steward of Ponca City, Ok la.. Those present were Majorip Carter, Grace Ford Ruth Blaylock, Janie King, Vera Everett, Grace Steward Cornie Guthrie, and Gelene Nichols. W. L. Brasher, of Alix, was up Saturday. He reported tine rains. Also a big meeting going on, conducted by Rev. Mr. Hughes. A large crowd in attendance. Dodson-Melton Coal Co., is putting in new scales at No. 2 Mine and will put the men on tonage instead of shift work, as now. Waning Order. In the Franklin Chancery Court, Ozark District Jacob Post, Plaintiff vs P. E. Carter. J. A. Carter and Joseph Stump, Defendants The defendants. J. A. Carter, P. E. Carter and Joaeph Stump are hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Given under my hand and seal of office of this Court this July 8, I9H. „ „ **• V. Watkkfiblo. Clerk. Benson & Par tain, Attvs. for plaintiff. G. C. t arter, Atty. for non-resident ut* le nu lint. 7-H-14 Charged With Bootlegging. Deputy U. S. Marshal Black came down yesterday from Ft. Smith and went out to Boston township this morningand arrest ed Mansfield Turner on a charge of bootlegging, and will carry him to Ft. Smith tonight We understand that it is charg ed he sold whisky to the railroad gang near Cass, where so much trouble has been given the of ficers for several months past. Mr. Turner is a justice of peace of Boston township and his arrest has caused his friends great sur prise, as he has been a strong advocate of law enforcement and was apparently trying to sup press the illegal sale of whisky in Boston township and county at large. -— MANITOU MTS My, but it’s hot! Give us a watermelon. Bob Kinsworthy is now’ work ing near Mulberry. Two men came through here a few days ago, taking orders foi enlarging pictures. Well, Autumn isn’t far off now. What will the harvest be? Young man, in search of work go west now and work in wheat thrashing w’hich is soon to begin. What has become of the man who was willing to let others en joy life as well as himself? How’ fine it w'ould be to be a.< good, and as smart as Tom, Dick and Harry. There are some, we regret to say, who never seem to think oi the Golden rule that we should treat others, as we would wish to be treated. Glad to know that the literaries are flourishing so well in this country. And then you know it makes buggy riding more in teresting. What can be better than an attractive, productive little farm of your own and the quiet cheer ful fireside in winter? Republican Campaign Opens The Republicans open their campaign here tomorrow. Hurry 1H. Myers. Republican nominee for Senator, Andrew I. Kinney, nominee for Governor and H. L. Remmel, Chairman of the state Republican Central Committee will speak. Mr. Myers at 11 a. | m. and others afternoon. We are glad that roasting ear time has come again and will en joy it while it lasts. There is nothing better than the juicy roasting ear. We had quite a nice shower Wednesday. We were glad to have another good rain as it was getting rather dry again, and the cool weather we have had since has also been appreciated Mr. John Blair, who lived near White Oak, a few years ago, is now at Russell, Kans., and he has written back to his sister here, Mrs. Jemina Anderson, that the wheat crop out there, is unusually heavy this year. At the time of the receipt of his letter, which was but a short time ago, harvest had just began where he is located, and he stat ed that field hands were badly needed. It was with regret and sadness that we learned of the recent death ol Mr. Robert Rowe, who lived near Manitou Springs for a number of years. As a citizen he was thoroughly honest and | well respected by all who knew him. Mr. Rowe was well ad vanced in years, being about eighty yeaw old. and it is said he had not been well all summer. He leaves ten children, a few ot ; whom 1 will mention. His son. Hawey lives at present at Manitou Springs. One of his I daughters. Mrs. George Hall, live at present near Van Buren, and another daughter lives neat Alma. (Mrs. Clyde Hopkins.) Mr. Rowe was buried at the family graveyard, on their old home place here. Success to all. 11 ■ ■ ... . " ‘ . . League Prayer meeting Wednesday, Aug. 5th Lesson: Fifty-first Psalm. Verse 1 3 Elizabeth Jennings, 4 5- Arthur DuPriest, (‘>8- Mrs. J. B. Carter, ”9 11—Mrs. D. B. Anderson ” 12 14 R M. Wildman 15 17 Mrs. Maxey, 18 19—John E. Bryan. Solo: Miss Ella Harlan. The penitents conviction of sin, Mrs. Galloway. Why was David a man after God’s own heart? Could it have been his penitence that commend ed him to God. Mrs. T. Moore. Walter Maxev, Leader. - - Moonlight Picnic Postponed. The moon light picnic, which was to have been given by the students of the White Oak school, was postponed till Friday night of this week. Send us vour Subscription today . House Party. Miss Lillian Farris of Clarks ville, gave a house party to several of her Ozark friends, lasting from Thursday until Fri day evening. Thursday night she entertained with a Theatre Party, after which all went to her home, when delightful music was rendered, then cream and cake served. Those enjoying Miss Farris’ hospitality, were Misses Ellen Jennings. Mary Dowell, Hazel Bryan, Gladys Deane, Margaret Horton, Bernice Brockman, of Ozark, and Jewel Basham and Mildred Nichols of Clarksville. --- After all there is no one quite as important as the smart aleck. * Billy Spevins says that some of the funniest and things he ever said in his life, he has thought of himself. We would not blame some men so much for wanting to look big, if they could only see how little they were. I BUY YOUR CHAUTAUQUA 8 TICKETS THIS WEEK ^ Loyal C,J'fen of °zark and Franklin County is urged to buy his Chautauqua Tickets this week. 1 his is the Biggest and Best in its line that has ever come to Franklin County, and if you do not atten you will regret it. But of course you are coming, so do not delay buying your tickets. A committee of citizens has guaranteed the sale of 500 season tickets before next Monday night in m er to Se!Lur*> tk'8 8reat Chautauqua. The committee will not get credit for any tickets sold after |j| , ** „ tC‘ 8 so*d at th** gat.- wdl not be counted in the guarantee. Stand by the co mittee and Hi a y°Ur 1 j kets this week from the young ladies, who are canvassing the town, or call at the Peo I IT^NOW an^ *et t'cket*' F*ea#e see *hat your ticket* are paid for before next Monday night. DO II „ .°*ark ha* 1never fa,,en down on a Proposition yet and will not now. You are a part of Ozark, so g get in Ime and let s all push together. 1 I Inspiring Music, Fearless Discussions, Rollicking Songs, Wholesome Fun, | _ Peerless Eloquence, Instructive Lectures, Entertainment for Everybody I I Season Admission: children, I l ..KTHt'K -‘-^---— l n ayasr Buy Ticket. Now! y « “Et' Bring Your Family and Friend. |