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J The spectator. Vol. 5 Ozark, Arkansas, Tuesday, October 5, 1915. No. 19 Candidate For Congress Attorney Rohf. L. Rogers was \ here from Pulaski. Monday, greeting Ids many friends in this vicinity. Mr, Rogers, formerly lived here and is well and favorably known. While at Mulberry he „ edited a paper, but since then has drifted away from such a pleasant and lucrative position and went to practice law, when ever the opportunity afforded. Judging from the press re ports he has been more success ful in the capacity of lawyer than he was in his former occu pation. Being of a progressive disposition Mr. Rogers states that be is a candidate for Con gress, in this the fifth congress ional district, and that his form al announcement will soon be made. Court Adjourns The September, 1915, term of circuit court, which has been in session here since the 21st of September, will he brought to a close tomorrow The jury was dismissed today, while one or two cases remain to be heard by Judge Cochran, Wednesday when the term will brought to a close. A resume of the last few days sessions will appear in Friday’s Spectator. First Game Friday The Ozark high school football team will play their first game of the season next Friday on the local gridiron, meeting the Van Buren team. Encourage the local team with your presence at the game. Cotton 13 34 Cents The above price was paid by Edgiti Brothers this morning for cotton. Seed is now quoted at $110 per ton. Mrs. R. M. Wildman enter tained the Literary Club last Friday afternoon at her home. Besides the regular program a number of musical selections were rendered by Misses Oliver, of Corning, and Grace Ford, Mrs. J. S. Turner presid ing at the pirno. A delicious chafing dish luncheon was serv ed. --" --- ■ Mrs. Arthur Richie and child ren. of Paris, are visiting Mrs. Win. Martin. ^ ■ —.- - - — - i. WATALULA September 28, 1915. Everybody is busy, either picking cotton or gatherin'', corn around here. Dock VValdnn and family have gone to Van Buren, Ark. Charley Williams is going to : Oklahoma soon. Several of the Watalula boys}1 made a trip to Mulberry Creek, i1 Sunday. Prayer meeting is held three 1 times a week, at Parris Chapel. Zillman Dickerson is on the ' sick list this week. A $1.00 ax for 75 cts. This week only. R, H. Strong Co Mr. Cannon, the saw mill i man, is on the sick list. Mr. Henry Beck, who has been sick, is improving some at j the present time. Aunt Ann Nutt, who has been ; very ill, is much improved at this writing. I Allen Nixon was in Watalula, Monday, Riley Dickerson, of Redding, j| was in Watalula last week. (Iratton Harris and Fred Wal- i dron were in the mountains, ( Monday, hunting squirrels. I J. M Gray is building a new 1 barn. 1 The little baby of Mrs. W. H. j Morris, that has been ill, is im- ( proving fast. -■ CASS October 1. 1915. 1 Dr. Bowen, of Cass, Ark., has 1 sold his property to Mr. J. W. 1 Pinion, of this settlement. Mr. < Bowen says he will go to St. Paul, Ark., soon. We will miss him very much. We hope that we can get another doctor to take his place soon, for there is a good opening for a physician 1 here. Mr. Jack Kelley, of Redding, Ark., will move to his farm on Mountain Creek. The farm he ; now lives on belongs to Jim > Curd. I The farmers on Mulberry are very busy fixing fence where t the high water washed it away. J1 A $1.00 ax for 75 tents, this week only. R. H. Strong Co. I C. A. Johnson and daughter, of Cass, came home Saturday from visiting friends and rela tives, Wednesday, Thursday, ‘ Friday, and Saturday, at Moun- 1 tain Top. . ~ "V ■ -- ‘ ~ ~ - ■ -r-rrr-n-imr-ar MEG I October 4,, 1915 f Elder Reaves preached at Oak Bend, Sunday. Attendance ( food; preaching, excellent. Elder Randolph Gage and | 31111th Franklin attended church | it Meg, Sunday. s Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cottan, of .] lear Branch, visited VV. H. t J’Bar and wife, Sunday. Mr. Spalking has been quite ^ lick, but is better. Mrs. Amanda Brunimett has j ieen sick for two weeks and is «, >ut little better at this writing. \t her age, recovery will be /ery slow. Mrs. A. .J. Taylor, of Maple irove, visited her daughters lear Cecil on last Thursday. < drs. J. T. Taylor went home a ivith her. * J. M. Mantooth is yet having ( i hard time with rheumatism. t J. M. Ross, of Sub Rosa, has ieen on the sick list. ^ Bud Nolen has purchased the t Jr. King farm at Sub Rosa, and f las moved upon it. \ There will be a debate upon he subject: “The Immortality . >f the Soul and the Kingdom,” >y Elder Reaves, of the Chris ian church, and Elder Stewart, : >f the Advent church, at Oak • 4end, commencing Friday night. * >efore the fourth Sunday in Jctober. Hope it will be a nice 1 ind pleasant time for all. I; The directors of special dis- e rict no. 200 have taken their, >ath of office and forwarded heir certificates to the county] Jerk at Ozark. j^ R. F. D. No. 1. :l September 5. 1915. |' A. R. Dake has finished paint-1 r ng his residence. It looks nice, t Miss Docia McKinney is visit- '' ng Mrs. Rook Jacobs at Altus j Enterprise, Grenades Chapel i ind Marble Hill all closed very i uccessful terms of school last , •Yiday. j, Mrs. W. W. Barnes, of Hun- * ington. Ark., is visiting her sis- f er, Mrs. Bert Barnes. \ Jennings & Sutherland have ^ heir gin machinery about over- v lauled and will be ready for tinning in a few days. Mrs. A C. Cagle has recover-1 j •d from an attack of typhoid ]s ever. j j Mrs. W. Marcussen is at Hoi- n Til—-if--- - . and Ark. at the bedside of her; ather, who is very ill. Robert For bus has gonp to )klahotna instead of Alma. Dr. and Mrs. Jewel, Mrs. VVil iurn Moore and Miss Kuna Kau 1011 were over from Paris and pent Sunday with their father, . VV. Lauhon. They made the rip in Dr. Jewel’s ear. Miss Martha Morris has re urned from Alma. T. E. Yates will serve as a uryman in U. S. court at Port Imitli. REDDING October 4, 1915. Mrs. Mary Shastid, of Taft, ied last Friday and was buried t the Beech drove cemetery iaturday. She leaves a luis >and and children as well as ther relatives and many friends 0 mourn her death. Mr. (’barley Vandergriff, of ’aft. having been sick for some ime. was taken to Fort Smith or treatment. He is reported no etter at this writing. Jeff James and Morris Cab an! have gone to the Denning nd Altus neighborhood, carrv TcHenry Wages and familv and lr. Simon Kong and family to he cotton country. Ye scribe, while going down !ig Mulberry creek horseback, ' ist week, was considerably bruis d by his horse falling on him. ; He is slightly disfigured, but till in the ring. The exhibition given by Prof I 'lemming at the close of school t the Chapel last Friday, was a ecided success. The exercises i isted three hours. We were eminded of the splendid enter-' ainment conducted by W. R.j ames last winter. We do ot hesitate to recommend Prof. ! ’lemming as being one of the! est teachers in the county. ; 1 is morals are of the best, his udgment is splendid, and lie j ives entire satisfaction. Hej as a way which is peculiar; a himself of getting up an extra , ne exhibition on short notice, 'he directors have employed him ; 3 teach the winter term. They .’ere very fortunate in so doing. There is to lie an exhibition eld at North Liberty next Fri ay night, being the close of the chool at that place, taught by 'rof. W. R. James. It is not ecessary to forecast a splendid —ii 11 -- -ii—i j J. W. BOOZMAN & SONS j I Special Circus Week Sale. I V \ p Having Made the Necessary Arrangements With jj 1 THE YANKEE ROBINSON THREE RING CIRCUS, 1 o n We Will Give to Everybody Buying $ I 0 Worth of Goods at Our Store, U From October 4 to October 14, inclusive, A FREE Circus Ticket, « Admitting to the Circus, Menagerie, Hippodrome and Wild West Performances. You are going to see ^ U this Big Show anyway, 30 why not take a Wantage of our Liberal Offer and see it at our expense. IF U YOU BUY $5.00 WORTH, AND PAY THE CASH, WE WILL PRESENT YOU WITH A CHILD S [n TICKET. There are no Ifs nor Ands to this Sale; simply buy the amount of $10 worth between October O 4th.October 14th, inclusive, and the ticket is yours with our compliments. O i> I - I f zman & Sons, Ozark, Ark. jj ifket FREE. EVERYTHING to Eat and Wear. | ! V , 3oerr5llc=i6E^5]|c=5l|ol|o|[51ISlESjo^=3lfc=^ioL=351ic^_:_n | • " \ • * . - , ^ a v*. 0 I I MM I 1 Get i Acquainted i Prices. (Having opened a new store in the building just north of the Geo. Russell store. Below r we quote a few prices, which we believe will I be tempting enough to cause you to call and | personally inspect our I New Stock of I General Merchandise. R This store will be known as the place |n where low prices prevail, and the quality W I I always the highest. Here’s a sample of our I prices—call at our store and get others equally 1 as low: B 17A pounds of Sugar $1.00 I | High Patent Flour, per 100.$2a90 l | 10 pound bucket of Snow Drift.$1 ■ 1 5 I C.D. JACOBS & CO I “ Telephone No. 88. 5 i ■ entertainment for all that know Prof. James k n o w of h i s l wonderful adaptability along that line. We can safely say that if W. R. wills that there should be an entertainment then it goes without saying it will be (). K. Mr. Sam Cheek and daughter, with Miss Sofa Nix, stayed over with Mr. Morris Gabbard not long since while on their way to Ozark. We are indeed sorry to learn that l)r. Boen, of Cass, will soon leave this section and will take up his abode at St. Paul. The Doctor will be badly missed here. Two men were in this section not long since looking for a site; to set a stave mill. FAIR VIEW. October 4. 1915. j The past week has been line! to make molasses, pick cotton and save hay. Some few have , gathered some corn. Messrs. W. E. Brookey and J. H. Baker moved their sorghum j mill to Mr. Bud Parks'. So; Bud will have molasses to sop. Messrs. Caldwell and Winfield Cargile and Uncle Jack Cole went to the mountains, Sunday, chinquapin hunting. We don’t know what success they had. ! One thing pretty sure, they! came home hungry. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crites vis ited with Mr. and Mrs. Harley Castleberry, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. John Crites had the mis fortune to get his fingers mash ed while working at the rock quarry, west of Ozark. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mayner. Sunday morning, a fine girl. Mother and baby both do ing fairly well the last we heard from them. Mrs. Laura Cline visited her mother, Aunt Nancy Forbus, Sunday. Well, it is raining this morn ing, and some folks have some pea hay cut that is out in the weather. GIANT TORTOISE CAPTURED Famous Sea Cow Captured Off the Coast of San Salvator — With Yankee Robinson The sensation of the past win ter in the vicinity of the Isle of San Salvator, was the capture of a giant Tortoise, or sea cow, by a crew of the Mallory boat line. The captain of the crew made known his capture to the offi cials at Tampa, Florida, and was ordered t > bring his prize to that point. The Yankee Robinson Shows, through its southern agent, Mr, Harvey Hale, secured this at traction for the coining season. Immediatel y after the close of the present season the Tortoise will be sent to the Bronx Zoo, in New York, where it will be housed permanently. This Giant Tortoise, in form resembles the land mud turtle, we are all familiar with. Of course it is a giant in size, over fifteen large men being able to ride on its back. It is vicious and hard to handle. There has never been a monster of this kind exhibited in this country before. Will be in Ozark on Thursday, October 14t.h. ,\ Country Schools We have been requested to announce that only the country schools will participate in the athletic events at the county school meet to be held here Friday. Ozark school will not *ompete in this part of the pro gram. Candidate For County Judfe J. M. Rachels, of Altus, was transacting business at the court douse Monday. Mr. Rachels says he is a full fledged candi date for county judge and that his announcement will be made in due time. .*-- -- ■ ii ■ Money to loan on improved farms. Easy terms. adv. L. M. Guthrie.