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THE SPECTATOR ZZ~ ......jk. ..JmL- ' • ~ Owurk, Frankftn County, Ark. ——■—— l Published Itary Tuesday and Friday. R. H. Burrow, Editor. The Burrow Publishing Co., Publisher*. Entered at the frost office at Ozark, Ark. as second-class mail matter, ac cording to the act of Congress Mach, 1879 Terms of Subscription: One year, in County_$1.00 One year, out of County.,.$1.25 Train Schedule. GOING EAST. Passenger, through, arrive 1:50 a. m. Passenger, through, arrive 1:3b ft. m. Fast Express, through, arrive8:58 a. ni. GOING WEST. Passenger, through, arrive 1:50 a. m. Passenger, through, arrive 1:38 ft. m. East •iprtvss, through, arrive 8:37 p. m. LOCAL FREIGHT. Going East, arrive O^ark 10:10 a. m. Going West, arrive Ozark 3:05 p. rn LOCAL PASSENGER. Going West. Arrives from Russellville at 9:18 a. m. Going Hast. Arrives from Et. Smith at 5:25 p. m. R. M. W1LDMAN, Agent. w ■■■»' — a. ... I I. I mim, . I ■ if. 4 gm — ws—mmmm ^LOCAL MENTION^ A. i' Hill and family returned from Charleston Wednesday. Bonnie Ferguson, (col.) died Tuesday and was buried Wednes day. Mr. Thomas Harned gave The Spectator a pleasant call yester day. J. S. Roberts of Everton, Boone Co., is visiting his cousin, Mrs. W H. Burt*. N. Curry left Tuesday for Porsm, Okla., Ito visit his daugh ter, for a few weeks. The Misses Wigley of Mulberry are attending the Chautauqua and visiting Miss Lacy Felker. F*q, W. H. Wilson of Denning stopped of Tuesday enroute home from Ft. Smith, and attended the Chautauqua Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jones of Morris, Okla., arrived yester day, to visit relatives and attend the school reunion at White Oak. Miss Effa Howard of Morris, Okla., who is here, visiting relatives, and friends, called at The Spectator office yesterday, which wre appreciated. Mr. Walter Marcussen favored The Spectator office with a pleas ant call Wednesday evening. He talked very entertainly of con ditions in his old country of Den mark. John Armstrong, years ago, a resident of Ozark, now living in Stigler, Oklahoma, is down on a few davs visit his brother. in-law. Daniel Jeffers. Bob Smith has obtained the contraot to supply the county w fch coal this winter. He is now delivering it. He obtains it from the old Cleeton shaft between Ozark and Denning. Mr. Andrew Marcussenof near Pontiac, 111., and wife and one daughter are visiting his brothers Mark and Walter. Mr. Marcus sen is here on account of his wife’s he/ilth and will stay until February. Watermelon are advancing in price. They are worth 10 dol lars apiece at least that is what Esq. Fisher assessed two boys for one watermelon Wednesday. We did not think the war over in Europe, affecting the price of melons. Editor C. W. or Charley Lew ter as his Quark friends call him of the Towson Enterprise, can** down ftnr a few days visit to his uncle, Dr. W. A. Carter, left this evening on the 1:35 for home. He favored The Spectator office with a pleasant call while here. Do you need me? If have a house for rent or want to rent a house. 1 can help you. L. M. Guthrie. Land Agent, adv / Taylor Jaekman of Alix, came to town today. Miss Clara Hackler has gone to Barley for a few weeks visit. Hiram Denton of Cotter, Ark., came Wednesday evening to visit Rev. J. S. Hackler and family. Wm. Felker took Bill Davis to Little Rock last night for treat ment at the Hospital for nervous diseases. Miss Dora Hackler who has a position at Barley, Ark., has been spending a week with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Hackler. Mrs. Jones and children of Mountain Home, who has been spending a few weeks with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Hackler, left for her home this morning. Mr. and Mrs. A. Quesen berry of Mulberry, came down Thurs day evening to hear Alf. Taylor and visit their danghter, Mrs. Sadie Ramsden. R. D. Hill, of EfTa, came over yesterday on business connected with his duty as election com missioner, and heard Alf. Taylor lecture last night. Mr. and Mrs. Varn and daugh ter of Paris, came Thursday to attend the Chautauqua, and visit Mrs. Varn's cousin, Mrs. W. L. H mrtrinc Walter Hunter of Six Mile township, one of the commission ers of accounts, came over yes terday, arranging for the meet ing of the board. Mrs. Lavonia Johnson is very low with typhoid pneumonia and not expected to live. Her fifteen year-old daughter, Ella Arm strong, is also sick from the same disease. They live near Center Cross. Mr. aud Mrs. Jodie Conatser and their son. Frank, who have been living at Hadley, Okla, came in Wednesday. They will make their home here. We extend to them a cordial welcome to their "first love”,their old home. ('has. Patillo died in a hospital at Ft. Smith Tuesday morning, after an operation for appendici tis. His body was brought home and buried in the Liberty grave yard Wednesday evening. Rev. J. J. Partain officiating. He leaves a wife and child. Before another issue of this paper, news maybe received of a great battle. From dispatches it appears that the English and French have joined the Belgians near Liege, and skirmisking with the Germans. A bloody battle may now be in progress. The number of slain, and wounded will doubtless be appalling. •J. C. Logan of Kiota. Okla., is here on a visit and to attend the school reunion at White Oak. His sister, Mrs. S. H. Baldridge of Petty. Tex., and sister-in-law, Mrs. I). C. Logan of Heber, Calif., are also attending the reunion and will visit together, Mr. Logan reports crops fine in his section. Rube Hill was here Tuesday at tending the meeting of the election commissioners. Mr. Hill says crop about Effa have been very much injured by the drouth. They failed to get their wives stove wood or the moon rose on its back in that section, and did not spill any water on them, or for some other good excuse, they have had no rain to amount to anything since in May. But it rains on the unjust as well as the just, so he and neighbors got rain this week. Will Miller of Cass, was down yesterday, called on us. He re ports the railroad survey com pleted to Cass and says it ru»s right through his dwelling and he expects to have to move it. Two bridges have just been com pleted across gulches and a third begun. Ue also reports a shoot ing affray about the Madison county line on Mill Creek. One Plum ley, a stockman, shot Ike McHone, the ball entering his mouth and coming out at the side of his neck. Plumley es caped. Altus Items. From FronkUa County Banner of Yesterday. Dr. Rogers of Mulberry, is in town this week. Dennis Turner and Tom Ross went to Mulberry Tuesday, John Davidson of Ozark trans acted business in Altus Monday. Rev. J. J. Partain is reported to be suffering with heart trouble. Leon Metz made a business trip to Ft. Smith Monday. Chas Patillo died in a hospital at Ft. Smith Tuesday morning. Born to Mr. and Mrs. B. Blans cett, a boy. Eli Conger visited in Altus Sunday. Miss Mildred Wilkey of Dyer, is visiting in Altus this week Meiburn Henry has been ap pointed postmaster at Altus. J. D. Crockett of Dyer, was in Altus Sunday and Monday. 0. A. Henry is transacting business at St. Paul this week. Atty. Dave Partain made a professional trip to Ozark Mon day. Atty. Dave Partain made a professional trip to Denning Wednesday. A three year old child of E. Burns, died Wednesday morning buried today at Liberty cemetery. The band boys report the moonlight picnic on the school ground. Saturday night a success. Master Arch, the six year old son of W. B. Sublett. is report ed to have appendicitis. Dave Nichols from the mul berry mountain, is in Altus this week. G. D. Atwood is making pre paration to put out coal at his mine. Frank Masked of Hartman visited friends and relatives in Altus Sunday. H. L. Hembree and son are visiting in Hot Springs at pres ent. The literary society at Liberty is attracting wide attention, and is being wed attended. Atlas Smith has shipped more than 400 bushels of peaches from Altus. Mrs. F. M. Donahoo and Mrs. Louis Henry are visiting relatives at St. Joe, Ark., this week. Atty. G. C. Carter of Ozark, transacted business in Altus and Denning Wednesday. Paul Droll, of Altus, Route 1 is sending out invitations to a silver wedding at his home on the 19th. Dr. Morris, of Clarksville, is conducting a series of meetings at the Presyterian Church this week. The school board has employed Messrs Ratcliff, and Vorhees to paint the roof of the school building. The subscription school at Denning, under the instruction of Johnnie Buchannan, is pro gressing rapidly. Armour Edwards is taking a vacation, and Win. Blanscett Jr. is filling his place at J. A. Cherry’s store. Fine rain Monday, but some of our farmers are complaining of loosing some hay, however we will have potatoes and turnips galore. Rev. A. H. Nicholson, former pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Altus, is here on a two weeks visit, he has just re turned from Cinninnati, where he attended school the past year. Aunt Sally Kendall, mother of Mrs. Braselton, will return this week to Johnson County. She has been visiting here for several weeks. Aunt Sally is 86 years young, and gets about well for one her age. Jesse Hardgravesof Ft. Gibson Okla., is visiting his mother and brothers of Altus this week. He reports a good crop in his country and says his potato crop netted him $1500.01) this year. / MOUNTAIN HOME. Crops look fine at this writing. Most of the people are well. A. N. Prim is down from Shawnee, Okla., to see his mot her, Aunt Maranda Prim. Success to The Banner, and success to Altus and her good citizens. Louis Henry returned Tuesday from Heber Springs, where he had been on a prospecting trip. Uncle Lewis Castleberry and Aunt Elizabeth are poorly at this writing, but are able to sit up most of the time. Well, Mr. Paul Glanzman and others have been shipping some fine peaches from part of this place. Aunt Adaline Patty is very low. She is about 82 years of age. We do hope they will bet ter soon. --- “Blue Birds” “The Blue Birds” were very artisically entertained in the tastily decorated home of Miss Cornie Guthrie on Monday even ing, August 10, 1914, in honor of her guest, Miss Grace Steward of Ponca City, Oklahoma. A Japanese color scheme was carried out in the reception room, dining and porch, where bright ly lighted lanterns hung in pro fusion among many beautiful bouquets of crepe myrtle blos soms and bunches of honey suckle and fruit laden grape vines. This being the season of year for “Blue Birds” to fly in couples an equal member of young gentlemen participated in the evening’s amusement. Seven tables being occupied, each with a different game, great exicte ment reigned as progression of the “winners” was made. Iced tea was served in quite Japanese style by two very daintl.v gowned Japanese ladies upon the arrival of the guests and enjoyed to great extent. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Guthrie, Misses Deane and Hancock, served refreshments of brick ice cream and angel food cake, further bringing out the colors of pink and white together with favors of crepe myrtle buttonhole bouquets. The guests departed at a late hour, declaring their pleasure of the evening and wishing for an other such delightful meeting soon. Those present were Misses Ford, Blaylock, Felker, Benson, Milton, Bryan, King, Carter, Wagner. Nichols, Guthrie, Steward and Mrs. Leonard and Mrs. Montgomery and Messrs. DuPriest, Burns, Maxey, Flee man, Johnston, Mcllroy, Bell, Paul, Price, Conatser, Horton, Forest, Hancock and Montgo mery. Constipation, if Neglected, Causes Serious Illness Constipation, if neglected, leads to almost innumerable complica tions utfrctaig the general health. Many cases of typhoid fever, appendicitis a ti d other severe dis ca»cs%are trace able to prolonged clogging of the bowels Regard the effects o f constipation, C. k. Ayers, b Sabin St., Montpelier, Vt., snys: "I was afflicted with const IpaMwn and biliousness for yeni a. and at times bscains so hud I would become unconscious. 1 have been found In that condition uiauy times. Physicians did not seom te be able to do me any good. 1 would become weak and for d«ya at a time could do no work Net leng ago I got u box of L>r. Miles luixatlxe Tablets, and after ualng them found I hud never tried anything that acted In such n mild and effective manner I behove I have at lust found the remedy that sulta my ease." Thousands of people are sufferer* front habitual constipation and whil* tv'sstbly realizing something of Ifte danger of this condition, yet neglect to* long Vo employ proper curative measures until serious ill imss often result*. The advic* of all physicians ig, 'iteep your bowel* death and it'* gppd advice. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablet* ar« sold by all druggists, at ag cents * box containing ag dose*. If not found aatisfaatoiy, your money i* returned. MILM MBBtCAL^CO., glkhart, lag. Sickened By Calomel. If you ever saw any one made sick by calomel you won’t want any more calomel yourself. There’s no real reason why a per son should take calomel anyway, when fifty cents will buy a larg bottle of Dodson’s Liver Tone— a good remedy that perfectly and safely takes the place of danger ous calomel, which is only an other form of deadly and poison ous mercury. Dodson’s Liver Tone is apleas ant-tasting vegetable liquid which will start the liver just as surely as calomel, and which has abso lutely no bad after-effects. Children and grown people can take Dodson’s Liver Tone with out any restriction of habit or diet. All Druggists sell it and guarantee it to take the place of calomel, and will refund your money at once if it fails in your case. RUB-MY-TISM Will cure your Rheumatism Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects Etc.* Antiseptic Anodyne, used in ternally and externally. Price 25c. No. Six-Sixty-Six This it a prescription prepared especially for MALARIA or CHILLS A FEVER. Five or six doses will break any cate, and if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not rehim. . It acts on the liver better than Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 2Sc Geo. W. Barham, Attorney At Law, Will Practice in all the Courts Chancery and Probate Hu si ness a Specialty Office South Side of Square. Dr. B. Terral Dentist Office over C. W. & Roy Bell’s Confectionery, Phone 135. Dr. W. H. Kennon Dentist Office over Arkansas Valley Bank. J. V. Bouklanu, Jno. D. Arbuckle, a. I. Kendall BOURLAND, ARBUCKLE & KENDALL Attorneys and Counselors at Law Rooms 2, 3, and 4, American Bank Bldg Fort Smith, Ark. Practice in all the Courts "" ! W. E. VAUGHT, M. D. Physician & Surgeon Calls answered day and night. Watalula - - - Arkansas H. F. WILLIAMS, M. D. Physician & Surgeon Office over People’s Bank Room No. 3 Telephone, Office, 146-2 Residence No. 146-3 JUNE P. CLAYTON LAWYER Practice in all the courts of Arkansas and Oklahoma Office in Rear Room of Peoples Bank WELL DUG OR CLEANED Work Solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed WILLIAM FORD, Ozark, Ark, | Miller Place, Gar Creek Bridge i Warning Order In Attachment. In Justice Court, Whit** Osk Town- ' ihip, Franklin Co,, Arkansas, I.. O. 1 Kisher, J. P. j. B. Littleton, Plaintitr, 1 vs ' C. H. Johnson, Defendant The defendant, C. II. Johnson, is * warned to appear in my court within 1 «> days and answer the complaint of 1 the plaintitr, S. B. Littleton, in attach- 1 nent and garnishment. I L. O. FISHER. J. P. < I'hia 29th day of July, 1914. barter & Ford, A ttys, for Plaintitr. ‘ I. D. Henson, Atty. for Non-resident Defendant. Alum Conal* Alum it warn u a Of Asia Minor. A la placed in a case of •uapendad from a nock. Warning Order. In the Franklin Chancery Court, Ozark District. Jacob Post, Plaintiff vs P. E. Carter. J. A. Carter and Joseph Stump, Defendant* The defendants, J. A. Carter, P. E. A Carter and Joseph Stump are hereby 4 warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. V Given under my hand and seal of office * of this Court this July 8, 1914. M. V. Watkrfiei.d. Clerk. Benson & Partain, Attys. for plaintiff. G. C. Carter, Atty. for non-resident defendant. 7-9-14 - ■ '■ ■ ^ -- , ■■ — Warning Order. Before L. O. Fisher, J. P. for White Oak Twp., Franklin Co., Ark. Sanitary Bakery and Confectionery, Plaintiff. va / Warning Order ) in Attachment C. H. Johnson, Defendant Defendant, C. H. Johnson, is warned to appear in my Court within 80 days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Sanitary Bakery & Confec tionery, in attachment. ' L. O. Fisher, J. P. This 28 day of July, 1914. Carter A Ford, Attys. for Plaintiff. W. G. Stockton, Atty. for Non-resident Defendant. ~ m —*--• Commissioner's Sale. Notice is hereby given, that in pur suance of the authority anti direction* contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Franklin county, made and entered on the 16th day of July, A. 1)., 1914, in a certain cause / (No.237) then pending therein between K. G. Barton, C. C. Barton, and Andy Swift, complainants, and Alexander Barton, defendant, the undersigned, as commissioner of said court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the North door or entrance of the county court houae; in which said court is held, in the County of Franklin within the hoqrs prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Friday, the 14th day of August., A. D. 1914, the following described real estate, to wit: The West half of the N. E. 1-4 of the N. E. 1-4 of the, N. W. 1-4 of the N. E. 1-4, all of Section 38, in Towa- - * ship 9, N. K. 28 West, and the N. E. 14 of the N. W. 1-4 of Section 34, Town ship 9, N. K 28 West, and all that part of the S. E. 1-4 of the N. W. 1-4 of Section 34 lying ou the north side of a creek running almost East and West through said S. E. 1-4 of N. W. 1-4 of said Section 34, containing in all 120 acres, more or less, in Franklin Coun ty, Arkansas. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of four months, the purchaser being re quired to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said g court in said cause, with approved se curity, bearing interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lein being retained on the premises sold to secure the pay ment of the purchase money. Given under iny hand this 24th day of July, A. D. 1914. If. V. WATKRKIK1.D, Commissioner in Chancery. Uaaitti—fr’« Sale. j Notice is hereby given, that in pur suance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Franklin County, made and entered on the 16th, day of July, 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 >f said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the front door or entrauce of the County Courthouse, in whic^aid Court s held, in the County of Franklin with n the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Saturday, the 29th. lay of August, A. D. 1914, the follow, ng described real estate, to-wit: The North-west Quarter of the West half it the South-east quarter of the South west quarter, and part of the South east quarter of the South-west quarter, (escribed as beginning at a point 6 'hainseast from the North-west corner of the saidSEl-4 of the SWl-4 thence wuth 6 chains, thence East 6 chains, hence North 5 chains, thence West 6 ■hains to place of beginning, all in iec. 16. Twp. 9.N. K. 26, West, in •ranklin County, Arkansas. TKKljfS OF SALE: On • credit of hree months, the purchaser being re tired to execute a bond as lequired by aw and the order and decree of said ■ourt in said cause, with approved ecurity. bearing interest at the rate of 0 per cent per annum from date of sale mlil paid, and a lien being retained op, he premises sold to secure the payment >f the purchase money. Given under my hand this 7th, day* f August, A. D. 1914. * M. V. WATISKFIKM\ Commissioner in Chaucery.