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This is the picture of Old Macedonia church, that was de
stroyed in the recent tornado that struck near Blevins, Ark.,
April 15, 1921. This was a good church, composed of as good
people as ever lived. This was the church where our next an
nual conference was to convene. The people wish to rebuild
this church but they, themselves, are not able, as many of their
homes were blown away. Some of them lost everything in
the way of household good and some stock and all buildings in
the trail of this storm was blown away. I held a funeral over
one family consisting of four, 2 children, husband and wife, all
killed in the storm. Many was injured, some members of thi3
church is in the sanitarium now.
At least we can not build this church without help. I am
asking you to show this to your people and appeal to them for
help to build this church. A little from every church in the
conference will enable us to rebuild. Will you help us. Send
all donations to
REV. W. M. MEARS,
[ JEAN PAIGE j
Handsome Jean Paige has won a
large following of admirers in her
work as a “movie" star. She is the
daring and dainty little actress who
has been the center of attraction on
many bills offered by the motion pic
ture houses. Mlea Paige wae reared
on her father's model farm near Parle,
III. She knows horeoa and loves them.
THE RIGHT THING
THE RIGHT TIME
By MARY MARSHALL DUFFBB
BREAKFAST AT HOME
BREAKFA8T In most homes Is a
gloomy meal, and yet unless some
tearful disaster impends or has al
ready fallen, cheerful countenance and
pleasant good mornings are far more
natural than the blues.
So the mistress of the house must
frown down bad morning manners,
just as she must insist upon the polite
“Excuse uie” when anybody wishes to
leave the table before the meal is
over. Site must see that the maid
wears a clean apron while serving
and that site goes about her duties
quietly, und all this must be done be
forehand, as it Is not in the polite
nesses to correct the servant at table.
Reading the newspapers at breakfast
time Is a distinct breach of manners,
although the break is allowed in many
homes. "If you please,” and “no, 1
thank you," are phrases polite persons
accord any member of the family
when asked to have something or
other, and the same civility is re
quired when dealing with a servant.
At breakfast and luncheon a large
tray is gctienilJv set for the mis
tress of the house, from which she
serves the tea and coffee. Fruit is
served before the meat, and In order
ihat tiie napkins may not lie mined
with the stains huger bowls are then
obligatory. Boiled eggs are served In
egg mips and not in a glass as In the
old messy manner, and It is proper to
eat them directly from the shell. As
every housewife knows eggs have a
way of discoloring silver spoons and
Invited to come to our store when in need of
GENTS LADIES FURNISHINGS
We can dress you from head to foot.
NEW YORK STORE
JAKE SUCKLE, Prop.
tfmro Is nn reason why they should
not he eaten with the small bone
spoons that come especially for that
It Is now taken for granted that
the persons gathered around the break
fast table have none too much time
to spend; therefore more leniency is
permitted In manners perhaps than
at dinner which is the leisurely meal
ol t lie day. For instance, if one per
son dues not care for fruit, it is not
discourteous for him to proceed to
i ereal or eggs or whatever his break
fust consists of. Moreover there is
no reason why we should make an
effort toward uniformity in break
fasts and if one mem her wishes to
omit any one or more dishes he need
make no effort to overcome tils prej
udice, whereas we do try to take
the courses as they come at dinner
. An Expert.
“Are you a skilled chauffeur?”
"Yes, sir! Why, I’ve been In nine
collisions and run over five persons,
and every time I got away before any
body could get my number I”
The Sophomore class of the high
school went to the mouth of Garland
creek on a picnic today. They were
chaperoned by Mrs. C. C. Nelson and
Mrs W. S. Jones.
• • • •
Mr J. L. Moore and wife and daugh
ter, Mrs. Faulkner and two grand
children. Louise and Tom Faulkner,
all of Amarillo, Texas, are visiting Mr.
Moore’s brother. Ebb Moore. From
here they will visit in Ozark.
SENATOR TO VISIT RUSSIA.
Baltimore. Md . May 13.—Determin
ed to make his own first hand investi
gation of current political and ndus
trial conditions in Soviet Russia Unit
ed States Senator Joseph I France of
Maryland will sail for England May
24 and then go to Moscow Fie will tie
the first American official of promi
nence to visit Rnrsia snce the Bolshc
viki came into control.
Senator France has been most active
in his insistence that Uiis country
promptly resume trade relations with
Effective today, the following
prices have been established:
Same Sanitary Service.
Same clean, competent work
PORTER’S BARBER SHOP.
STIVER’S BARBER SHOP
NO newspaper can succeed with
out advertising, therefore we
solicit the patronage of our readers
for those who by their advertising
help to make this paper possible*
AT THE HOTELS.
The Bratton—M. Isman. Little Rock ;
I J. B. McDaniel. Arkadelphia: J. W.
I Brown, Arkadelphia : S YY’. Brown,
I Stuttgart: Brooks Vanhorn. Shreve
port: M. T. Glass; C. S. Langston, Dal
lias; Bob Moore, city: W. L. Castle,
Chicago: k q. Bauth : A. Stephens,
j Shreveport ; (’has. S. Holt. Hope: ('. K.
Hurler. Little Rock: II. YV. Martin,
j M. YV Gresham, Dallas: Dick E Wade,
1 L'ttle Rock : I. C. Young. Arkadelphia :
.1. 1>. Moore.
The New I’ark—L. H Boswell. Little
Hock; I). YV. Johnson, Little Rock; It
I Duke. Texarkana; C. E. Oxford: T.
!L Rhodes. Hope: J. YYr. Crews. Mem
phis: YY\ II Coleman. Memphis.
The YY’oman’s Christian Tcmi>erance
Cnion entertained with a delightful
Silver Tea yesterday afternoon, at the
hospitable home of Mrs. it. H Thomp
son on East Second Avenue. The house
was attractively decorated in baskets
gram, which was made up of the talk
and vases of garden flowers. A large
attendance was had and a splendid pro
by Mrs. J. C. Pittman, of I’rescott. who
told of her visit to the world's conven
tion of the YV. C. T. U., in London,
and other iuterestng features of her
trip to England. Mrs. Geo. F. Cress, of
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Prescott, was also present and spoke
to the ladies on the subject of Prohibi
tion. The musical numbers were a vo
cal selection b.v Mrs. Young Foster,
with Mrs. K. (J. Mcltuc accompanist:
piano selection, Miss Ftolec Morgan:
piano. Miss lone Russell and a reading
by Miss lone Russell. During the social
hour an informal reception was held
and dainty refreshments served Star
Use Good Paper When
We Can Print Any Aing
*nd Do It Kto'h4
CHICKEN MITE POWERS-POWEDRS
FOR DESTROYING INSECTS ON
Lee Louse Kller,
Bee Brand Insect Powder,
Dasiy Fly Kllers,
Poison Fly Paper,
HESTERLY DRUG STORE
Satisfactory Drug Store Service.
TAX ASSESSOR’S NOTICE
1 will meet the property owners of Nevada County at the times and
places listed below for the purpose of allowing them to assess their proper
ty, both real and personal, also the per capita tax. .Bring your last years tax
in the township where it is located and before the Township Board while in
receipt or land deeds. *
Under the new township assessment law, all property must be assessed
session in said township or pay the penalty of 25 per cent of all taxes due.
Non-residents are required to furnish the assessor with verified lists of prop
erty in each township, on or before the day listed for said township, provid*
ed the non-resident has no agent in said township.
MT. MORIAH_CANEY_MONDAY _MAY 3 6 A V.
CALE_CANEY-MONDAY _MAY 16 P. M.
CALE_CANEY_TUESDAY_MAY 17 A-M
MORRIS_GEORGIA-TUESDAY_MAY 17 P. M.
ROCKY MOUND_GEORGIA_WEDNESDAY_MAY 18 A. M.
SUTTON_ALBANY-SATURDAY_MAY 21 A. M.
NICHOLS’SCHOOL H_ ALABAMA_MONDAY _MAY 23
FALCON _..ALABAMA _WEDNESDAY_MAY 25 A. M.
FULLER’S SCHOOL H_PARKER_THURSDAY_MAY 26 A. M.
BODCAW_PARKER_THURSDAY_MAY 26 P. M.
BODCAW_PARKER_FRIDAY_MAY 27 A. M.
UNION CHURCH_PARKER_FRIDAY_MAY 27 P. M.
EMMET_EMMET_MONDAY__ MAY 30
EMMET_EMMET_TUESDAY_MAY 31 A. M.
BOUGHTON_BOUGHTON_WEDNESDAY_ JUNE 1
TO AND INCLUDING.
C. C. WOOSLEY, Assessor
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