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THE SPECTATOR By A. B. Avery. Ozark, Franklin County, Ark. Published Every Tuesday and Friday. Entered at the post office at Ozark, Ark. as second-class mail matter, ac cording tn the act of Congress Mach. Term* of Subscription: One year, in County_ $1.00 One year, out of County $1.25 ^.OCAL ME NT 1 O Old papers for sale -at The Spectator office. The enrollment in the Ozark school this year is 308. A $1.00 ax for 75 cents, this week only.—R. H. Strong Co. Good old country ham anti eggs 25 cts. at the Sanitary Bakery. adv. Prof. H. A. Nickell made a business trip to Little Rock the latter prrt of last week. J. C. Wakefield had the mis fortune to break a finger last Thursday while working the roads. John Edgin left today for Kansas City, to attend the gen eral assembly of the Nazarene church. He expects to he gone about a week. Alex Treadway, Jr., came home Saturday from Conway, where he is attending school, to spend a few days with home folks. Murnns Ay Mrs. Janet McKenzie Hill. Editor of the Boston Cooking School Magazine When muffins are on the breakfast table, nobody cares for meat or eggs and they would be served more often if this mead were not prepared so hurriedly that there is no time to make them. If K C, the double-raise baking powder is used, the batter may be stirred up the night before, put in the pan ready for baking and noth ing to do in the morning but bake them. OnoCgg Muffin* t cups flour, 2 slightly rounded tea spoonfuls K C Baking Powder; 1 tea spoonful salt, i cup sugar; J cup melted butter or lard ; 1 egg ; 1 cup water or milk. Sift dry ingredients together three times. Add to this the unbeaten egg, melted shortening and water or milk. Then beat all together until perfectly smooth. Oil muffin or gem pans and have oven alow until the muffins «*me to the top of the pan, then increase the heat to bake and brown the muffins. This recipe makes 12 large muffins. Kaisins or currants may be added if desired. Graham Muffin* l cup graham flour; 1 cup pastry flour- 2 level teaspoonfuls K C Baking I‘unmet; 1 to St level tablespoon fuls sugar, i teaspoonful salt; 1 egg: If cups milk or ■water; 2 to 3 tablespoonfuls melted but ter; mix arui bake as One-Egg Muffins. Ciraham batter should always be quite soft to insure light and moist muffins. To get ttS other recipes as good as these, send us the certificate parked in every 25 cent can of K C Baking Powder, and we will send you “The Cook’s Book" by Mrs. Janet McKenzie Hill. Handsomely illus trated. jagues Mfg. Co., Chicago. A $1.00 ax for 75 cents, this week only. — R. H. Strong Co. Willie Williams began work as salesman in A. H. Treadway’s store last Friday. L. A. F. Wood, of Mulberry, was here Tuesday greeting his many friends. T. J. Carpenter, one of Wit tich township’s progressive farm ers, was in Ozark, Saturday. A $1.00 ax for 75 cts., this week only.—R. H. Strong Co. Squire Gus Mayfield, of Don ald township, was transacting i business in town, Saturday. Marion McClain an old Confed erate veteran and farmer of Wittich came to town Saturday. A tty. S. J. Crossno, of Wittich township was in Ozark, Satur day, on legal business. Atty. Joe Brown, of Van Buren, was attending court here Sat uriL.,. A number of Ozark base ball fans took in the double-header game at Fort Smith, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Haynes are moving back to her home at Mrs. W. A. Carter’s. Mrs. Bayless, of Johnson City, Tenn., came Fridry and guest at her brother, A. H. Tread wav’s home. Miss Sarah Oliver,Corning, of who was Miss Sula Fleeman’s guest last week, left for Little Rock, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. F. M. Elsey has gone to her home at Wagoner and from there she will go to Cali fornia. Elder W. A. Barham passed thru Ozark, Monday, on return from filling his appointment in Pope county. Mrs. L. L. Ford and daughter. Mary, visited J. K. Ford and family at Cecil the latter part of last week. We are sorry to say that Mrs. Walter Marcussen was called to Holland. Ark., on the account of her father being very low. Born, to Mr. and Mrs, Dock Witherall. October 1. 1915. a fine boy; weight, 8 3-4 pounds. Moth er and child doing well. W\ M. W’eaver and wife and Mr. and Mrs. S. S. McLane motored to Watalula Sunday in the Weaver car. Joe Knick. of Linnville, has the contract to erect a four room cottage for T. L. Foster, in the Mountain Top neighborhood. Frank Stone and wife, of Van Buren, were the guests of Ezra Stone and family, Saturday and Sunday. Marion Edwards is adding a room to the Dennis Davis resi dence, and doing some repair work. Mrs. Jordon E. Cravens came ! Sunday morning and is Mrs, W. A Carter’s guest. _ She had just returned from Michigan, whert she spent the summer. Prof. J. W. Roach and Garland Hamm went to North Liberty Sunday and organized a singing class. A large crowd was pres ent and much enthusiasm was manifested. The new class starts out well. Gxaaaotslh®? 1 m Pain and 111 Health I » WL ^ ^ yoor fl IWfa fl AMTWUNnUS 1 quickly rcliav Mo, hot j| at the same time, when fl severe headache. OVCf-Wwk Of BCTTOmCSS fl "I once bad terrible ^ fl headache* anl feared La * *"*”*> fl Grippe. I could not at- w van, -a ■ tend to my work. 1 took *”• *■••• Home of Dr.. Miles' Anti- ww . -e « _n . ^B I piln7’“ath,'f!B Resttranre IfefTwl ■ was quickly gone. Then B I I started using Dr. Miles' 1___I -_n-fl *;'! I Nervine and the trouble StlUUlU DC IIHWl ID iDDVC ■ I vanished completely and A.- flfl ii I felt well and active UJ': wUSC. fl I "hbnrt FARNHAM. mUmJrr^ma "rnt^T'JmZry I H Spring Valley. Minn. TO “*»■ ' Q H L— ■ WILL mm WETUNtf._fl A $1.00 ax for 75 cents, this week only.—R. H. Strong Co. The Thursday Afternoon Club will be entertained, October 7th, by Mrs. G. A. A. Deane, Jr. and Mrs E. R. Protheroe, at the home of Mrs. Deane. Mrs. Dr. Smithers and niece, Mrs. Col. Hunter, of the Reho betli neighborhood, were Ozark shoppers, Friday, adv. The Dyke Lumber Company received a car load of lumber i and a car of brick, the latter | part of last week. Manager Hamm is busy this week rear ranging his stock. Emmett Hamm and family passed thru Ozark Saturday, en route to their home at Lonelm. They had been visiting Mr. Hamm’s sister, Mrs. Fred Wells, at Cecil. G. E. Horton and E. S. Turn ir have a contract to erect a [ dwelling for Richard DeVole, of ! Barnes, The structure will con sist of nine rooms and a large basement Dubert Montgomery's little son, Arvel, had the misfortnne to lose his fore finger on the left hand. Saturday morning. His brother. Carmine, accidently struck the little fellow’s finger with the chopping ax. J. B Honea, of Ozark, Ark., was here Saturday on a visit to his cousin, E. L. Honea. Mr. Honea worked here for the plan er when the railroad built thru anu in* remem oers tne Keil uaK Aeron, the first paper ever here, j — Red Oak (Okla.) News. The wage dispute between Mr ] Talley and the teamsters, who hauled rook two days last week, was arbitrated Monday. Messrs. Dukes, Williams and Kinsv be ing the arbitrators. The team sters were allowed 344 cents i per yard for what they hauled which was promptly paid hv Mr. Tallev. Crawford County News. The many friends of A. N. Hill are glad to see him back at ! the court house again, after a few days illness. Mr. Hill is an ideal officer and during his term as county clerk has made many ] new friends by his courteous i manner. He is never too busy i to inquire the wants of patrons ! of his office. Mrs. Mary Francis Shastid, aged 58. died Friday at tf o’clock, j at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Vaught. Funeral services j were held Saturday, the body being laid to rest in the Shady I Grove cemetdrv. Mrs. Shastid I is survived by her husband and Ifive children, two daughters and I three sons. She was the mother jof twelve children. Cnarlev Vandergriff. who was taken to a hospital at Fort Smith for treatment several days ago, died Mondav night. The body was brought here this morning, being laid to rest in the Shady drove cemetery. Mr. Vander griff was one of the boys of the Confederate armv during the war. and is survived by his wife, one daughter and .two sons. Statistics show that Arkansas sends out <>f the state annually $7.r>.OUO.UOO for f<K»«l products. The home products show in the magnificent Market Arcade Building, Little Rock. October 27 30, is an earnest and practi cal part of the campaign to in crease home buying that will keep some of this vast sum in Arkansas. Address, Rav Gill, State Capitol Little Rock, for particulars. In our issue last Friday, inad vertently we headed an an nouncement ‘‘A Drunkard Preacher." when it should have been "A Dunkard Preacher.” We doubt very much if there is a single person in the entire county who didn’t notice that that little “r” was entirely out of place-which only proves that as an adver tising medium, The Spectator is even better than we anticipat ed. Needless to say good con gregations were out both morn ing and evening to hear the Dunkard preach He is an able minister and doing a great work in the Good Cause - may he be spared a long time to preach the Word. - NOTICE * | Watches, Jewelry and Clocks Repaired. When in need of Repair Work in thin line cull and give me a trial. Eight day clocks called for and delivered Phone 26. Satisfaction guurateed if my work pleases you, tell your friends; if not, don’t be BASHFUL, TELL ME COLE, The Jeweler. At Mullen & Chancey’s. Don’t Put Up Light Weight Stove Pipe. All our pipe is intule of 27 gauge sheet steel, riveted at seams am] hand-made. The cost is the same as the light weight stud 15e per joint, for the 6inch size. We make all shapes and sizes, elbows, taper joints, tee joints, etc. We set up stoves, repair stoves, rivet pipe together, and hang same, making a safe and lasting job. Prices are right. E. R. Protheroe, Phone 157 Rev. A. G. Crosswhite, D. D.. of Roaring Springs, Pa., will oc cupy the pulpit at the Nazarone church Thursday flight. You are invited to attend the service, i’urdaj, Rev. Ciossvvhite deliv ered two able sermons at the Methodist church, which were enjoyed by large congregations. All of the Franklin county officials were given a “clean bill of health” by the recent grand jury. Hugh McClelland, who conducts a boarding house that is “detested” by most people, was given special recognition when the grand jurors in their report had the following to say about the efficient manner in which this genial officer conducts his work: “We have visited the county jail and find it in excel lent condition.” Later—After writing the above we learn that Jailer Mc Clelland is only “second boss” at the jail and that the splendid condition of the county bastille if due largely to the untiring efforts of Mrs. McClelland. Wf believe in giving credit to the ones deserving it. rix Up Koads Now Good roads are worth more tc the farmers than they are tc anybody else: worth more a* aids to marketing and for school, church, and social pleasures. The time to fix roads is not when they are impassible but now, if they need fixing. Now is the time to go out and grade up the bad places, open up the ditches for good drainage, fill up the low places and put in con crete culverts. Drainage, grad ing and dragging are the A B C’s of good roads and these should be attended to before November. While this is a good time to fix roads it is also a good time to fix up the walks around the house, out-buildings on the farm and fix the drainage aw'ay from these buildings. October is a great month for “fixing up” for the winter. A bulletin on the drainage of farm lands will be furnished by the Extension Division of the University of 1 Arkansas, and also information I on the fixing-up and draining ! bad roads. ; I - Notice for Public*.ijn U. S. Land Office at Little Kock. Ark. September 29, 1915. Notice is hereby given that William C. Ford, of Cass. Ark. who, on L’cto ber 5, 1912, made homestead entry No. 1(18848. for Wl-2 SE1-4, SWl-4 NEl 4. SE1-4 NWl-4 section 2, township 12 N. range 27 west, 5th principle meri dian, has filed notice of intention ;to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above de. scribed, before the county clerk, ai ! Ozark, Ark., on the 10th day of No vember 1916. Claimant names at witnesses: ,1. E. Parker, Vest Gabbard, J. W. Pinion, W. Bowden; all of Cass, Ark. Jno. W. Alien, Register, j (jot. 5-12-19 20 Nov. 2. Notice for Publication U. S. LAND OFFICE. Little Rock, Ark., September 29, 1916. Notice is hereby given that l*uul H. I Snelling, .it Ozark. Ark., who, on May 11, 1911. nisde homestead entry No. 107480, for SWl-4 SWl-4. section 31. township lu N.. range 27 W., 5th prill ciple meridian, has filed notice of in I tention to make three-year proof, to establish claim to the land above de i scrilied, before A. N. Hill, county j clerk, at Ozark Ark., on the 10th j day of November, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: C. C. Denniston. William White, John Kizer, Matthew Adams, of Ozark. Ark. Ino, W. Allen, Register. Oct. 6 12-19-20-2, Notice tor Publication U. S. LAND OFFICE Little Rock. Ark., September 29, 1916. Notice is hereby given that Leu Denniston, of Ozark, Ark., who. on l September 22, 1910, made homestead lentry No 00583. for NWl-4 NWl-4. section 1. township 9 N., range 28 W , 5th principle meridian, has filed notice ; of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before A. N. Hill, county clerk, at Ozark, Ark., on the 10th day of November, 1916. Claimant names as witnesses: Wm. White, C. C. Denniston, John Tratter, George Reynolds, of Ozark. Ark. Jno. W. Allen, Register. Oct. 5 12-19 26-Nov. 2. OZARK, THURSDAY, OCT.14. I / ii I. I *1 IfriM ff il l HH i; l -i 11, n >j 11 Jbmmf^^BF^^NBPMBBHBHBB Mil 3 ■ 3 * I* I u ■ 41 . l H »■ ~j‘~'~|:. I, —-^iiinM ...Tilffri iTi ~ i' -irlffliir:TTroTiT?ijif^f~Tre ■rri^^rT^' sUNtfeaBi ■; ■n*iSSSrnNaUNOE^TH^TARGCS^cSNVr^vr^COrI»TRUCTCO~V^ Bd Ring! 1000 People 2 Trains of Csrs. 2 Herds of Elephants. 300 Circus Artist >■ JB ^ScE^^SIJERRAJ^lliA^nNG^WIT^Hi^FICHTI^^LIOWS r trained """■' WILD WEST I CLEPIAVTS BEARS OKLAHOMA °DAN, I DOCS MONKEYS Champion Bucking am.. ■..... Bronco Rider of tne ! SEA LIONS world MOUNTAIN NELL. GREATEST Champion Rifle Shot / RIDING CIRCUS original dlaohood V | Ever PrcDentcd. I STAGE COACH. I ..... Biiiarcc. One Hundred People tn a RALrH HvnjtS, f .... ABTICTC Mil Thrilling Spectacle Champion Bareback 300-REAL CIRCUS ARTISTS-3UU ..j(£ BANGING OF kider ot the tauriii. .q.R£AL FUNNY CLOWNS-60 THE HORSE TWEE." 10-ROYAL TOKIO JAPANESE-10 ^'.n^sior^ ~ #louestrienne. MWU<(.t 0|AaOOND." THE BALL-IOOM HORSE MilTloftn. THE AERIAL ballet. Ralph Howser’s High-School Horses 6rtll„, ££*£ s.,nM FLYING BUTTERFLIES. FAMOUS W1ZARETTE WIRE FAMILY^ .r.em em eah^* I L 1., ^- — GIANT TORTOISE FROM ISLE OF SAN SALVATOR ,.!■ —— —-i — — —- —■ n 1/Airr A POSITIVELY KONGO EXHIBITED WTI'H I LARdEST YANKEE ~ k ELEPHANT ROBINSON. I! ON EARTH. - . - THE LAPOIP BIOOEST LAROLR BRUTE f THAN THAT 5 JUMBO. WALKS _ THE EARTH. j Cl*»D ,1M- ^ oJSSTSi 4 ONLY BUCKIN6 ELEPHANT EXHIBITED Finest Horses Ever Exhibited ' The Parade Tells The Story 101 STARTLING FEATURES FOB 1915 Yankee Robin son. the famous Carl Moffenback. the Lion that “Loops the Loop.' tilent lortofse. ’ Kongo the Big Elephant. the J»0 Trained Wild Animals and the World's t/reatest Bareback Riders 1 Including Ralph Mow ser end Mies Linda Jeal. the famous Robinson Trained Elephants. Vincent |>u<*gerra and hl» Lighting Lions. Mauton's Zouave- together with JOO Circus Artists. Cowboys. Cow girls. Cossacks. Indians. Mexicans, and the greatest Bunch ol Bucking-horse Riders ever exhibited. THREE SHOWS—CIRCUS, TRAINED WILD ANIMAL EXHIBITION ANH WILD WEST ^ ALL FOR ONI AOMIIIICN I-^ -1. OZARK, THURSDAY, OCT. 14. . ■ I — ———— I # i Notice for Publication U. S. LAND OFFICE. Little Rock. September 29. 1915. Notice is hereby given that Joseph H. Hays, of Cecil, Ark. who. on De cember 1(1, 1908, made homesteadentry | No. 05554, for NE1-4NW1 4, section :ii. | township 9N., range 27 W.. 5th princi ple meridian, has tiled notice of inten I tion to make five year proof, to estab j lish claim to the land above described, ! ; before A N. Hill, county clerk, at i Ozark, Ark., on the tOth day of No- I vember, 1915. Claimant names as witnesses: E. T. f McGee, Cecil, Ark.; Marshall Allman, , (Veil. Ark.; William Brununett, Webb City, Ark,; A. J. McDaniel, Cecil, Ark, I Jiio. W. Allen Register. Oct. 6-12-19 26 Nov. 2. Notice For Publication State ot Arkansas, County of Franklin, Notice is hereby given that J). A Council, B. F. Pendergrass, and others j will petition the county court of Frank • in county at the October term thereof for the viewing and laying out of a i public road in said county as follows ) to-wit: Beginning at the county road at the [ Northwest corner of section 24 in town ship 8 north of range 28 west, thence east one and one-half miles to the northeast corner of the north-west quarter of section 19, township 8, north ot range 27 west, thence south one fourth inih* to the south east corner of the north east quarter of the north west quarter of section 19. township 8 Mm or Chills & Fever Prescription No. btili is prepared espci ially for MALARIA or CHILLS A FEVER. hive or six doses will break any case, and if taken then us a tonic the Fever will not return. It acts on the liver better than Calomel and docs not (Jripe or sicken.'25c Robt. J. & Sid White Attorneys-at-Law OFFICE OVER BELL’S Geo. W. Barham Attorney At Law, Will Practice in all the Courts Chancery anil Pmhatr bu.ine*. a Specialty Olfice South Side ot Stiuare. north, range 27 west, thence east one and ihree fourth miles u> the county, road at the north west corner of the. south cast quarter of the north weft quarter of section, 21 township 8 north range 27 west. I*. A. Council, P F. Pendergrass, and others yt - rf"‘ OVERLAND Automobile I ^ If you want a complete car, with no extras to buy, this u I A the car for you. First cost, low; up-keep, small. 1916 Models j now ready for shipment. See us about this car before purchasing. W. J. PENDERGRASS, J DENNINC. ARK. **