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1 ( o CLASSIFIED ADS o | I 0—0——O-O-0-o-o-0 FOR SALE—Three nice cottages. Chandler-Jarratt Co. tf _. ___—--- ■ . - ' -- t FOR SALE—A Ford or Chevrolet tar. In good running order. \V. T. ■ DeSpain. >. .. .—.. " """ j WANTED—By Couple, furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Call W. S. B. Courier-Index. FOR SALE—Second hand Ford, j 1916 Model, in first class shape, new j set tires. Enquire of Hunter & Lan ham. Vineyard. 29tf - -rf2*--—tar---- i Typewriters for rent of sale at Turner's. ** Road cart for sale at a bargain. See J. E. Wood. 11 FOR SALE—Good secondhand roll top desk. Apply at Courier-Index office. FOR SALE—Four head of good work horses in good condition. Will sell cheap for cash Marianna Ice & Storage Co. Dec.8 WANTED TO BUY—Five or six room cottage or bungalow with gar den and barn. Address po.V ittire lwvr Rftfi eitv. Dec 21 p FOR SALE—Studebaker touring gar model 25. 1915 model. Will sell at a bargain. Call N. B. Rice at Oil Mill at night. FOR SALE—Ford touring ear. 1917 midel. Good condition. Will sell cheap. Call N. B. Rice at Oil Mill at night. FOR SALE—Seven room house on lot 100 by 100 feet. Desirable lo cation. If interested call N. B. Rice at oil mill at night. Saint Andrew’s Parish Helpers will hold a bazaar on Tuesday, De cember 4, 1917, 2:30 p. m., at the tailoring establishment of Brian Fra iler, Poplar street. 31 WANTED—Four log teams. Ap ply on works at Whitehall planta tion or be in town cn Saturdays. Short haul and pay every two weeks. Zoll Smith. tf FOR SALE—Lots in Fairview Ad dition on Alabama road between Mis tissippi and Texas streets. Lots are nice and level, beautifully located and face the'east. These lots are fbr sale cheap and on reasonable terms. See Mrs. W. S. Atkins. 31 MILLER LUMBER COMPANY Mke the lowest price. FREE * ACCEPTED MASONS To the worshipful Master, Wardens j and Brethren of Marianna Lodge No. 171: Whereas. God Almighty, in His plentious mercy and great wisdom, j has called our faithful and devoted brother, Thomas A. Futrall, to the spirit-land: Resolved, that in the death of Bro. Thos. A. Futrall his sorrowing family, they lose a kind, devoted and loving ; father, the community a noble and ; worthy citizen, the state at large an educator achieved by his social standing, which enriched the brain soil of his citizenship: Resolved, that these resolutions be spread upon the records of our lodge and published in the county paper, and a copy of these resolutions be transmitted to the family of our deceased hrother. A. S. RODGERS. S. I). JOHNSTON, J. B. GROVE. Committee. Attest: I. D. McFALLS, Secretary. *23 --o Own your own home. Invest your money in Marianna real estate. It’s as good as a government bond and will certainly pay you interest. See the beautiful building lots in Fair view Addition on the Alabama road between Mississippi and Texas streets. All lots face the east. See Mrs. W. S. Atkins for prices and terms. 31 -o WARNING ORDER In the Lee Chancery Court Isaac Thomas, Plaintiff vs. Emma Thomas, Defendant The defendant, Emma Thomas, Is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff filed herein. R. G. APPLE, Clerk. Ben B. Bonner, D. C Marianna, Ark., Nov. 11, 1917. Attorney, H. F. Roleson. (104) ---o Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, j hands or feet requires a powerful remedy that will penetrate the flesh. BALLARD’S SONW LINI MENT possesses that power. Rub bed in where the pain is felt is all that is necessary to relieve suffering and restore normal conditions. Price 25c, 50c /ind $1 per bottle. Sold by Harrington Bros. tf -o TAKEN UP FOR AN ESTRAY One bay mare, ten or twelve years old. white spot in forehead, white spot on left side, 14 1-2 hands high, appraised at $75. This mare will be sold in Haynes on December 8, 1917, if not claimed by that time. G. B. BRITTAIN, Justice of the Peace for Union Township. *31 -o Mrs. H. A. Ware has arrived from Forrest City to join her husband in making Marianna tneir future home. Mr. Ware is foreman in the machine shop of the St. Francis Motor Co. I HARD “WEAR” There’s only one kind of Good Hardware That’s the kind that stands Hard Wear. I Our Hardware is the best that is made in every line we handle. There’s no guess work when you buy Hard I ware here. It always stands the hard knocks and comes out ready for more service. I There’s a Reason— I WE KNOW GOOD HARDWARE WHEN WE SEE IT, and are not afraid to spend good money for a good article to sell the people who demand THE BEST. When you wish to be sure there is WEAR i n your Hardware, come to the store that put the “wear” in it. Houston Potts Phone 29 I Read this entire notice. It will interest you Attention! % ’ 1 Members of Companies A and B Marianna Home Guards TXTE will gladly furnish the two companies TT with the regulation Munson Last Army Shoes at Cost. This shoe is made by the Walk-Over factories and is made to ex plicit government specifications in every resnect. exceDt it is made with 11 outsole j instead of 10. This improves the shoe a great deal, makes it lighter and a much more comfortable shoe, in every respect just the shoe best adapted to the use of Companies, such as we Lee Countians have organized. The model was designed by Lieut-Col. E. L. Munson, of the regular army in an attempt to perfect a last which would give support where needed, with the ease and freedom of tread necessary to perfect comfort, so that men giv ing their feet extreme service, as on long inarches, would be able to perform their work satisfactorily and keep their feet in good condition. We are in a position to get these shoes AT j ONCE, and if those wanting the shoes will call at our store during the day or see Earle Williams at the drill grounds and give us the size and width of shoe you require, we will do our utmost to get the shoes for the entire two companies at once. We are going to furnish these shoes at COST to the Home Guard, so leave your size and width at your earliest convenience so that we can get the entire supply at one time. You will, at all times, find us ready and eager to do anything within our power for the good of our community and its citizen ship. GR OVE-RE eT) C 0 MP A N Y MEMPHIS MAN BUYS j A FINE FARM HERE I. MENDEL OF FIRM OF ROSEN BAUM & MENDEL, INVESTS $75, 000 IN 720-ACRE TRACT BELONG ING TO JOHNSTON & HOPE. One of the largest real estate deals pulled off In his section dur-; ing the past year was consummated several days ago when Johnston & Hope, well known real estate deal- j ers, sold a 720-acre farm known as the Oak Lawn plantation, formerly owned by Jarratt & Sons, and for , several years under lease to Harris & Burke, to I. Mendel of the firm of Rosenbaum & Mendel, well known furniture dealers of Memphis. For some time Mr. Mendel ll&S bben im pressed with the value of Lee county farm lands and after making a thorough investigation of a number of tracts he finally decided to pur chase the plantation offered him by Johnston & Hope. The land is lo-' cated near Aubrey. Mr. Mendel in- j tends to make extensive improve ments on the place and will convert it into a model stock farm. He is delighted with the general condition of this county and says he regards Marianna as one of the most progres sive and wide awake small cities in the state. He expects to devote a large portion of his time to looking after his plantation, and incidentally he will become more or less identi fied with the citizenship of Mari- | anna and expects to-become affiliated i with the Commercial Club here. Mr. | Mendel paid $75,000 fir the planta- j tion. -—o o-o-o-o— —o-o-o——o ! I n ADDITIONAL LOCALS o _o__o_q W. R DeLano spent Sunday in Memphis. Walter Burnett was here from Helena Tuesday. Dr. W. B. Bean returned Wednes day from Memphis. Hugh Mixon spent Wednesday in Little Rook on business. Miss Lillian Lewis is in Memphis visiting Mrs. E. H. Cannon. Jr. Ike Ranch spent the first of the week in Memphis on business. Mrs. John S. Halley returned Mon day from a trip to Conway and Mem phis. Judge Remley of Forrest City was here Wednesday attending chancery court. Brian Frazjer, Earle Williams. Cecil Hampton and Will Beaty Word motored to Memphis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Maxcy D. Daggett are the happy parents of a fine girl baby, born Tuesday evening. t J. P. Hughes, who has been with the Lee county contingent at Camp Pike has been transferred to Jack son, S. C. Mr. Davis, who has been living three miles north of the city, has moved to his property in North Marianna. Miss Hattie May Bennett, daughter of Rev. Z. T. Bennett, formerly of this city, is here from Fort Smith on a visit with friends. The government is advocating eat ing more butter and drinking more milk and using less mea*. W»u can follow the government policy by buy ing you a genuine Jersey cow at the auction Saturday at Taylor’s barn. *24 Circuit Clerk Fred Watson and John Grooms of Paragould spent s'everal hours in Marianna Sunday. They are members of a hunting party camped in the bottoms near Btemus, and pgpne here to get a COOk. i1« —fi -m-miri —i ir* Among the Lee countians who spent Sunday in Memphis were Northern Harrington. J. B. Hood and wife of Gassett. Geo. Kausler and wife of Tongin. G. H. Leary and Mrs. L. Shaul and daughter, Miss Irene. A telegram from Arthur Robertson, i son of Judge and Mrs E. D. Robert son of this city, who has been in the aviation school at Berkley, Cali fornia for several months, announces that he has been accepted as an aviators, that he has been trans ferred to the aviation field at Gar den City, Long Island, N. Y. L. C. Hudson, secretary of the Sou dan Planting Company, owners of the large plantation at Soudan, has re cently purchased a fine tract of a thousand acres of inna near Angusta and plans to leave Soudan about January 1 to take charge of farming operations on his newly acquired farm. Mr. Hudson has been in charge of the Soudan plantation for seven years. During this period he has served as justice of the peace, postmaster, school director and in several other capacities. He is re garded as one if the most substan tial young citizens of Lee county and the announcement that he is soon to leave will occasion regret among his many friends. -o ‘Speaking of bad proofreading, ever hear about Smith’s bad break?’’ asked the old time editor. "It was like this. Mrs. Smith was exception ally tall and thin. She was also an earnest church worker. When she died Smith ordered a fine monument, directing that the words ‘Lord. She Was Thine’ he inscribed upon it. The engraver failed to calculate the space and the inscription read: " LORD, SHE WAS THIN’.” —-o— - MILLER LUMBER COMPANY will help you to make your homoa more comfortable. NOTICE TO PATRONS On account of making a change in the switch board at the plant, made necessary by new water pump ing equipment just put in by the city, the electric light, power and water plant will be shut down from 8 to 10 o’clock on Sunday morning, No vember 25. Patrons are requested to draw an ample supply of water before 8 o’clock to last them until after 10 o’clock Sunday morning. *24 Ark Light & Power Co. -o Every cow that goes into the ring Saturday goes out the property of the man who buys her. Absolutely no buy-bidding and no protection. They will all be sold for the highest dollar. *24 COTTON RECEIPTS LOST This is to notify the public that Marianna Cotton Compress receipt! as follows have been lost: Receipt No. 39,221. weight of bala 462 pounds, issued to Mose Shurn. Receipt No. 39.222. weight of bale 465 pounds, issued to Graves ft Shurn. Receipts were listed on November 15, 1917. Mrs. L. Shaul has this day applied for above certificates. Lost receipts are cancelled and are n# good. •23 MRS. L. SHAUL. Mrs. John S. Halley, accompanied by her son, John, Jr., left last Fri day for Conway wh»v.*e her son will enter Hendrix college. Fur Dealers and Handlers Sell us yopr furs, hides, wool and Junk. We are cash buyers and don't charge commissions. We w+rte our regular customers a* sudden market changes free. A trial makes you our customer, we pay express on furs. JONESBORO HIDE & FUR CO. JONESBORO, ARK. Louis C. Bernays | LITTLE ROCK Optician • " • ; . j will be at__ MARIANNA HOTEL Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday November 26, 27 and 28 Kryptok Toric Lenses are the best in the market for Far and Near Reading Special attention given to children. Your schools will begin right away and your children’s eyes shout be looked after. Examination Free. All work guar anteed. Office hours, 9 a. m., to 6 p. m.