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The courier-index. (Marianna, Ark.) 1917-current, November 23, 1917, Image 4

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Any person—
CAN live in comfort in old
age by saving when
young.
I We invite every young per
son in this community to
open an account with us.
$1 makes the start. p
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4 per cent interest makes it
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WARNING ORDER
In the Lee Chancery Court
Miranda Martin, Plaintiff
vs.
Andrew Martin, Defendant *
The defendant, Andrew Martin, is
warned to appear in this court within
thirty days and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff filed herein.
R. G. APPLE. Clerk.
By Ben B. Bonner. D. C.
Marianna. Ark., Oct. 20, 1917.
Attorney, Burke Mann. 90
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WARNING ORDER
In the Lee Chancery Court
Mills Latimore, Plaintiff
vs.
Mmma Latimore. Defendant
The defendant, Emma Latimore. is
warned to appear in this court within
thirtv davs and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff filed herein.
R. G. APPLE. Clerk.
By Ben B. Bonner. D. C.
Marianna. Ark.. Oct. 20. 1917.
Attorney. Burk Mann. 91
,The answer to the sinking of the
transport Antilles in this country
was a five billion dollar war loan.
Germany is doing her best to bring
out all the latent patriotism of the
American people.
WARNING ORDER
In the Lee Chancery Court
Cynthia Young, Plaintiff
vs.
Leander Young. Defendant
The defendant, Leander Young, is •
warned to appear in this court within
thirty days and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff filed herein.
R. G. APPLE, Clerk.
By Ben B. Bonner, D. C.
Marianna, Ark., Oct. 19, 1917.
Attorney, R. D. Smith. 88
WARNING ORDER
In the Lee Chancery Court
Viola Hampton, Plaintiff
vs.
Alonzo Hampton, Defendant
The defendant, Alonzo Hampton, is
warned to appear in this court within
thirty days and answer the complaint;
of the plaintiff filed herein.
R. G. APPLE. Clerk.
By Ben B. Bonner, D. C.
Marianna. Ark., Oct. 30, 1917.
Attorney W. L, Ward. (95)
WARNING ORDER
In the Lee Chancery Court
Elzada Smith, Plaintiff
vs.
George Smith, Defendant
The defendant, George Smith, is j
hereby warned to appear in this
Court within thirty days and answer
the complaint of the Plaintiff,
Elzada Smith.
Nov. 6, 1917.
R. G. APPLE, Clerk. \
Burk Mann, Attorney. (99)

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Used successfully a whole year
all over the South
f^UCKEYE
*^Lintless
farmers, dairy
men and stock
men through
out the South
for the past
year. Reports
from lintless hulls when j
- properly over the old style <
hulls. I
By actual use, feeders have found the following |
advantages of * ||
Every pound of the Buckeye Hulls contains much more food value
because the lint on the old style hulls has no food value.
The price per pound of real roughage in the form of Buckeye Hulls j,,
is very much less than in the form of the old style hulls. Buckeye |'
Hulls do not clog or flux the digestive tract. Other foods mixed with | ^
them are readily assimilated. II
They are free of trash and dust. | *:
They ace sacked and easy to handle. 11
Tbe> take half as much space in the barn.
tf_1_a a_!_I n_t__n1aaaa ramamhaf that thoilfULTudS ' t
of feeders are using them and will use no other roughage. If you
have not given Buckeye Hulls a fair trial, let the experience of these
successful feeders guide you in using them as they should be used.
Mr. Olwey Yarber, Boone ville, Ark.,
has fed a carload of Buckeye Hulls to cows and caffes
to get them ready for the range. He had been /eea
ing hay and he finds that they did much better on Buck
eye Hulls as roughage. He has another car of Buckeye
Hulls bought. v
Ts secure the best results sad ts develop the ensilage odor, wet the huUs
thoroughly twelve hours before feeding. It is easy ts ds this by
wetting them down night and morning lor the next feeding. It at any tune
this cannot be done, wet down at least thirty minutes. If you prefer to
feed the hulls dry, use only half as much by bulk as sf old *•>!* hull*
Book of Mixed Feed$ Free
Gives the right formula for every combination of feeds used in the
South. Tells how much to feed for maintenance, for milk, for fat
tening, for work. Describes Buckeye Hulls and gives directions for
using them properly. Send for your copy to the nearest mill.
Dept, t The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co. Dent, r
Atlanta Birmingham Greenwood id»l* Rack
Aagasta Charlotte Jackson Maaan Ssbna
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WARNING ORDER
In the Lee Circuit Court
Albert, H. Mallory, Plaintiff
vs.
C. T. Doan, et al. Defendant
The defendants, C. T. Doan and
Ed Glascoch. are warned to appear
in this court within thirty days and
answer the complaint of the plaintiff
filed herein.
R. G. APPLE, Clerk.
By Ben B. Bonner, D. C.
Marianna. Ark., Nov. 5, 1917.
Attorney, Daggett & Daggett. (98)
WARNING ORDER
In the Lee Chancery Court
Flora Ingram, Plaintiff
vs.
Luther Ingram. Defendant
The defendant, Luther Ingram, is
warned to appear in this court within
thirty days and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff, Flora Ingram, filed
herein.
This November 2, 1917.
R. G. APPLE, Clerk.
By Ben B. Bonner, D. C. (97)
WARNING ORDER
In the Lee Chancery Court
Pearlie Beard, Plaintiff
vg.
John Beard, Defendant
The Defendant, John Beard, is
hereby warned to appear in this
Court within thirty days and answer
the complaint of the Plaintiff,
Pearlie Beard.
Not. 6, 1917.
R. G. APPLE, Clerk.
Burk Mann, Attorney. (100) j
WARNING ORDER
Before R. M. Hays, Justice of the
Peace (Or Independence Townshfp,
Lee County, Arkansas.
Bank of Marianna, Ark., a Corpora
tion, Plaintiff
vs.
Mrs. C. R. Thomas, Defendant
The defendant, Mrs. C. R. Thomas,
is hereby warned to appear in this
court within thirty days and answer
the complaint of the plaintiff, Bank
of Marianna, herein.
R. M. HAYS. Justice of the Peace.
Burk Mann. Attorney.
Marianna, Ark., Oct. 25, 1917. (96)
WARNING ORDER
In the Lee Chancery Court
Lilia Burnett, Plaintiff
vs.
John Burnett, Defendant
The defendant, John Burnett, is
warned to appear in this court within
thirty days and answer the complaint
of tne plaintiff filed herein.
R. G. APPLE, Clerk.
By Ben B. Bonner. D. C.
Marianna. Ark., Oct. 20, 1917.
Attorney, Burk Mann. 92
WARNING ORDER
In the Lee Chancery Court
Nov. Term. 1917
Hettie Clerk, Plaintiff
vs.
Frank Clerk, Defendant
The defendant. Frank Clerk, is
warned to appear in this court within
thirty days and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff. Hettie Clerk.
Given under my hand this 10th
day of November, 1917.
R. G. APPLE, Clerk.
Bv Ben B. Bonner, D. C.
Attorney, R. D. Smith. (103)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that letters
of administration on the estate of
Hopson O. Mixon, deceased, aen
issued to the undersigned by the
Clerk of the Probate Court of Lee!
county, in the state of \rkahsas, on !
the 4th day of October. 1917.
All persons having claims against
said estate are therefore notified to
exhibit the same to the undersigned
properly authenticated, within six
months after the date of such letters
of administration or they may be
precluded from any benc'i'.s in said
estate, and if snch cla'ms be not
exhibited as aforesaid within one
year from date of such letters, they
will be forever barred and precluded
from any benefits from said estate.
Given this 1st day of November.
1917.
H«rGll MIXON,
Administrator of the estate of
Hopson O Mixon, deceased. (102)
IfAV CACTUAN Alin
iiuia Lnjimnn miu
STAFF ARE INDICTED
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“THE MASSES' " PUBLISHER IS
CHARGED WITH TRYING TO OB
STRUCT THE DRAFT ACT
SOCIALIST PUBLICATION.
New York, Nov. 19.-—Max East
man, publisher of the Masses maga
zine, recently dented second class
mail privileges, was Indicted here
today with six others connected with •
the publication in a charge of con- ]
spiracy in violation of the espiohage
act by the federal Grand Jury. Bench
warrants were Immediately issued
for their arrest.
Those named with Eastman are
Floyd Dell, managing editor: C. Mer
rill Rogers. Jr., business manager;
Henry R Glenterkams, cartoonist:
Arthur Young, artist; John Reed,
writer and Joseph Rell, writer.
The indictments are based on writ
ings and pictures in the Masses, a
Socialist publication since June 15,
this year.
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FINDS BROTHER IN SERVICE
Batesville, Nov. 19.—Joe Seary. son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Seary of Cal
ico Rock, is with the United States
Marine Corps at Port Royal. S. C„
according to a letter received by
his sister. Mrs. Lillian Heasley. He
left Calico Rock five years ago.
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TAKE GOOD ADVICE
When cleaning your carpets and
rugs use the famous Century Clean
ing Compound. It gives you all the
advantages in modern cleaning. Ab
sorbs, dust, removes all spots, makes
the designs as bright as new—a de
stroyer and a preventative of moths.
Full directions for using on can.
Sold exclusively by the Ladies’ Aid
Society of the Christian church.
On sale at Word & McClenney’s
store. (Nor. 10.)
$ 1
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Sure—there’s styles in lumber and build
ing material. We always sell them, for
we’re the lumber department store or ||
j * Marianna. |
Then there’s our beautiful display of mod
ern homes, it will interest you. The lat
est designs of “Ye Planry” shown by
| actual photos each with floor plan attached
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Free Plans • I
I Build a modern home according to a free j 1
I] “YE PLANRY” plan with our modern |
I lumber, the result will be happiness ever !
II afterwards.
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WANTS ARK.! TO SAVE
POWDER FOR WAR
EVERY TOWN WILL BE ASKED j
TO PREVENT BURNING OF MU
NITIONS MATERIAL IN CHRIST-|
MAS FIREWORKS.
Will Arkansas burn up powder and
munitions material that we and our
allies sorely need in a celebration
of Christmas by foolish fireworks?
Wrill Arkansas people set their homes
alire, jeopardize property, foodstuff
and other material that millions are
stinting themselves on and conserv
ing, just to follow a worse than
reasonless custom?
These timely questions will be put
up to the mayors of Arkansas cities
by J. Smith Speed, chairman of the
fire prevention committee of the
State Council of Defense. It Is
hoped and believed that town coun
cils will pass ordinances barring fire
works at least during the period of •
the war. Men of affairs including'
newspaper publishers, municipal of- i
ficials, preachers and lawyers, intend
to co-operate in this matter.
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HOW TO RUN A NEWSPAPER
“Is my subscription due,” asked
the man with the bone dry voice of
the enditor as he entered and leaned
against the desk. i
The editor, diplomatically omitting
mention of the four statements and
i-imilar letters Drevinuslv mailed
answered that he believed that it
was.
”1 always like to keep these mat-}
ters straight," said the man with the :
bone dry voice, in modest virtue,,
"and make it a point to drop by and i
inquire.” After the editor looked
through two boiks, eight proofs and
nine galleys of type he ascertained j
that the subscription had expired!
eleven months before.
"I will drop in the next time 1 !
have a spare ddllar and pay up. I
always like to keep these matters)
straight,” said the man with the
bone dry voice. The editor halted
on his way to unlock the cash draw
! er. The subscriber then passed out,
j leaving the front door open, and sat
down with the crowd in front of
I the pool hall and discoursed till
dinner time on fire Insurance rate
making and how to run a news
paper.
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PREPAREDNESS
This is the slogan of the wise man.
Stock are continually exposed to
cuts, wounds, scratches, etc. The
man who is prepared has his healing
remedy on hand to stop all chances
of blood poison. Farris' Healing
Remedy is Highly Antiseptic. It is
economical. One 50c bottle makes
$2 worth of healing oil or ointment.
Money refunded if you are not
satisfied. For sale by M. D. Dag
gett. tf
NOTHING SERIOUS
“Allan,” said the young wife one
evening after a year of marriage,
why have you been so strange and
cold of late?”
The husband scrawled ominously.
“Didn’t you tell me a short while
ago that your father was failing?”
“Yes, physically failing,” she ven
tured.
“Oh." replied busband, brightening
up preceptibly and heaving a sigh.
'Oh, that’s all right, then. 1 thought'
is was something serious.”
NOT THAT KINO OF STATUTE
A party of visitors entered a big
city art studio. The curator, who
was engaged in showing them around
was called away on business, and
left the guests in charge of one of
the clerks. They were admiring a
beautiful statute of translucent mar
ble. He pointed out the excellences
of the statue, giving the name of the
sculptor, showing it from every view
point. One of the visitors asked!
“Alabaster, isn't it?”
"No; Venus,” he corrected. 1
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