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Oil Men In Ozark.
Messrs Deceus, Levy, Hutch inson and Roberts, of Muskogee, Okla., have been in this vicinity for several days, investigating thejprospects for oil. They are t very favorably impressed. \ Newspapers In Schools. Small is the sum that is requir ed to patronize a newspaper and amply repaid is its patron. I ;care not how humble and unpre tending the gazette he takes. It is next to impossible to (ill a sheet without putting something into it worth the subscription price. Every parent whose son is away from home at school should sup \ i ply him with a newspaper. I remember what a marked dif ferent there was between those • of my schoolmates who had and who had not access to news papers. Other things being equal, the first were always superior to the last in debate, in composition and general intelli gence. -- > Picnic At Oak Hill August 8. Beginning at 2 p. m. till 11: p. * m. The following is the pro gram. Base ball at 3:30 Chorus by Sunday School. Welcome Address by Prof. R. 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. REDDING Mr. Burrel Welton of Okla homa was visiting relatives in this section recently. Mrs. Fernie Vandagrilf. wife, of Mr. Hoyt Vandagrilf, has been very sick, but is improving ' at this writing. Mr. Pete Gabbard and Mrs. Margaret Turner came in from Texas and was with their mother Aunt Drewey Gabbard, when she departed this life. All that are interested in the Redding cemetery, please re member that the third Saturday ■ n A an nn^ n >in i*.. n II i .. • •• uuv iovv upwi v i\/i call iu meet and clean off the cemetery. P. H. and Bertha James went over to see Mrs. Wid Ray Tues day. They reported Mrs. Ray vet very sick, but hoped now she was some better. On last Saturday Grandpapa Heletns, the mail carrier from i Barnes to Redding, having a Methodist minister from Ozark on his way to preach at Beech Grove in the hack with him, while on their way from Barnes to Redding, was thrown out of the buggy and both seriously hurt. Aunt Drewey Gabbard, wife, lssac Gabbard of Redding, died last Sunday, having been sick for sometime of typhoid fever. She was buried at the Redding Ceme tery last Monday afternoon. Bro. J. H. McMillan conducted the funeral service. Auht Drewey was a Christian, a model com panion and an affectionate mot her. She leaves a husband and many relatives and friends, to mourn her departure. Her re lative ask that I extend for them through the medium of The Spectator, their heartfelt thanks to all who have attended Aunt Drewey in her sickness, for their kind assistance, and for their many tokens of friendship. That they will ever remember them. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson Dead' After a long illness, Mrs. Woodrow Wilsod at length, suc cumbed to the great enemy death, dying yesterday at 5 a’clock P. M. The president, Miss Margaret Wilson, and his two married daughter?, Mrs. Savre and Mrs. McAdoo, were in the room, when she died. Mrs. Wilson’s brother was on his way from the Pacific coast, but was informed by telegraph at Pendle ton, Oregon, that the end had come. The place of burial will be either at Rome. Ga., her birth place. or Princeton. N. J. The whole nation mourns her death, and deeply sympathizes with the stricken husband and children. Woman’s Foreign Missionary Society Met The Woman’s Foreign Mission ary Society held a very interest ing meeting last Wednesday afternoon, altho the hot weather, company andsicknesk, kept quite a number away. Miss Hallie Snelling has proven to be a very interesting and competent leader 1 he subject was C onquests of the crossover error, supersti tion and bigotry. Some very helpful information was given by Leader and others, who took part on program. Bar Association. A number of the lawyers of Franklin County, met at Ozark, last Saturday, P. M., and put a foot the organization of a bar Association. G. W, Barham was sleeted temporary Chairman:and Dave Partain, temporary Sec’y. 1'hey adjourned to meet again Saturday, Aug. 15th at the court house at Ozark, when the or ganization will be perfected. --— Warning Order In Attachment. Injustice Court, White Oak Town ship, Franklin Co,, Arkansas. L. O. Fisher, J. P. r?. B. Littleton. Plaintiff, va C. H. Johnson, Defendant The defendant, O. H. Johnson, is earned to appear in my court within <0 days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. S. B. Littleton, in attach ment and garnishment. L. O. FISHER. J. P. this 2Nth day of July, 1S14. I’arter & Ford, Attys. for Plaintiff. L 1). Benson. A tty. for Non-resident Defendant Commissioner s Sale. Notice is hereby given, that in pur vuance of the authority ami directions :ontained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Franklin County, made and entered on the 15th, day of luly, A. D. 1914, in a certain cause (No. 246) then pending therein between W. C. Conatser, complainant, and W. M. Itrown and Mary Brown,defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner if said Court, will offer for sale at public veadue to the highest bidder, at Lhe front door or entrance of the County Courthouse, in which said Court s held, in the County of Franklin with in the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Saturday, the 29th. lay of August. A. 1> 1914. the follow, mg described real estate, to-wit: The North-west Quarter of the West half if the South-east quarter of the South west quarter. and part of the South east quarter of the South-west quarter, ie sc rilled as beginning at a point 5 •hainseast from the North-west corner ol the saidSKM of the SWl 4 thence South 5 chains, thence Kast 5 chains, hence North 5 chains, thence West 5 •hains to place of beginning, all in Sec. 15. Twp. 9.N. R. 26, West, in Franklin Countv, Arkansas. TKRMS OF SALK: On a credit of .hree months, the purchaser being re |uired to execute a bond as lequired by aw and the order and decree of said Court in said cause, with approved lecurity. bearing interest at the rate of lOper cent pec annum from date of sale lntil paid, and a lien being retained on he premises sold to secure the payment if the purchase money. Given under my hand this 7th, day if August. A. D. 1914. M. V. W ATKRKIKl.il. Commissioner in Chancery. Father John Palubicki Our early history is full of tht adventures of the missionaries t< the Indians. Their work had a great deal to do with the growth of America. Father Palubicki, a Polish priest, who has been a missionary to the Sioux Indians, brings back the time of the early missionaries. He will tell us all about the Sioux Indians and his work among them next Tuesday afternoon. Every body should } hear this remarkable man. The Metropolitan Artists, a I splendid musical combination. ! will also help entertain the i audience at that hour and alst again at night. —1 -- -.. CASS Hot days and cool nights. Every body is attending the singing school at Enon. Mrs, Lark Young is not an\ better. School is progressing nicely at Enon with Mr. .Agee, as teacher. The stork visited Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Nichols and left a fine boy. The railroad surveyors have got to Cass at last. There has been an auto out at Cass. Mr. G. W. Turner is having a well dug on his farm. Mr. Grady Fulks was at Enon shaking hands with old friends last week. It seems that Cass is getting a boost, bootleggers and horse thieves. Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Anderson and children from Kanowa. Oklahoma, are visiting friends in Arkansas once more. Mr. Robert Anderson has ar rived from Oklahoma, and is staying with his son, Mr. M. H. Anderson. I remain as ever. Beautiful Joe. MEG. Ben Estes of Oak Bend trans-1 acted business at Ozark Satur day. Wiliam Phillips, Aubry Taylor and others were hauling fruit to Branch Saturday evening. David Price of Peter Pender, went to Ozark last Monday to have his taxes assessed. Willie O’Bar made a flying trip ; to Ratcliff, Branch and Charles ton last week, visiting relatives. Dr. Gammill of Branch, has been called in to see several this week, which shows there is some j sickness around. Marshall Alman and brother carried some fruit to Ft. Smith last we#k. Suppose they receiv- \ ed a good price for their fruit. Fishing party No. 1 returned 1 I Saturday morning, bringing the i old report, they failed to bite j me. Oscar Stuart and wife visited her father, Mr. Frank Whitting- | ton, last Monday accompanied by j Frank Staton and wife. Singing at Oak Bend Sunday evening was good and seemed to j be enjoyed by all present. We feel proud of the class. Mr and Mrs. Cassell were at Oak Bend last Wednesday, giv ing instructions to the canning club at that place. Jesse O’Bar received a kick from a horse, a few days ago that is proving rather ineonvin ment to him. Look out boy, horses will kick. Uncle Billie Milam of Sub Rosa the peddler, has been quite sick for a week and is not much bet i ter at this time W o hope to see the old brother around again in a few days. Notice was received, stating that a rural route from Cecil through our neighborhood hail been granted, and quite a num ber of men have taken mail boxes to be erected upon tin* route I No. fl. TWO BIS EVENTS Our Big Summer Clearance Sale And Ozark’s Big Chautauqua Will run through next week. Be sure to attend BOTH. Mu ve our store your Head- 2 quarters while attending the Chautauqua. Drink our FREE ICE W ATER dnd treat yourselves to some of the Unusual Bargains of our BIG SALE. NICHOLS & WAKEFIELD “Ozark’s One “Where Quality Price Store’’ J. N. Pendergrass, his son. Elmer and O. O. Bryan and their wives visited Mountainberry last week. William Brown and Thomas Shropshire have started their saw mill again, and are cutting timber for the country. Aquilla Bearden, carrier on Star route from Webb City In Cecil and Meg. is taking a lay off a few days and has employed Mr. Pan Chancev to carry the mail for him. William Hall lost his barn and some corn and other feed stutr. with quite a lot of harness In tiro last week. The origin of the tire unknown. Mr. Ragsdale of Six mile, and two other men moved a gentle man and wife from Six mile to the Woodruff farm near Cornith. We suppose he has a talking machine. We have one, but it stands upon two feet, 50 years old R D. Shropshire and Lovi Williams are repairing their machinery, expecting to com mence drilling weils again soon, and have some orders 1'or work. Rev Arthur Smith and his mother attended the Sunday school convention of South Franklin at the Coles Chapel and report a nice and an interesting time. and also spoke in high terms of t"o treatment received by all at that place. Uncle John athan Cole and his neighbors know how such is done, and are always read\ and do treat all well that calls there. Now, Mr. Editor, wishing yourself and the many readers file Spectator success in life, we will stop Henry. ■ I •.•IIIHlHIIWIII ..win »*—*——■— Geo. W. Barham, Attorney At Law, NX ill ! '■ actir < in ali the Courts C hancery and ProBate Business a Specialty 0*lice South tide of Square. -sifSTT—==^Fl |-n..~1 B III I BUY YOUR CHAUTAUQUA TICKETS THIS WEEK Every Loyal Citizen of Ozark and Franklin County is urged to buy his Chautauqua Tickets this week. This is the Biggest and Best in its line that has ever come to Franklin County, and if you do I not attend 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 order to secure this great Chautauqua. I he committee wdl not get credit for any tickets sold after that date. Tickets sold at the gatr will not be counted in the guarantee. Stand by the co mitlee and buy all your tickets this week from the young ladies, who are canvassing the town, or call at the Peo- |i| pies’ Bank and get tickets. Please see that your tickets are paid for before next Monday night. DO jfc IT NOW. II Ozark has never fallen down on a proposition yet and will not now. You are a part of Ozark, so *“ get in line and let's all push together. H Inspiring Music, Fearless Discussions, Rollicking Songs, Wholesome Fun, | I Peerless Eloquence, Instructive Lectures, Entertainment for Everybody I Season Admission: children, $1.001 Q" FOR FURTHER JOHn‘'e. BRYANBuV Tickets NoW M INFORMATION |)R. DOUGLASS 1 ,CK‘ClS» *’OW ■ s h ‘mliOY1 hell Bring Your Family and Friends g % *